THOMAS AQUINAS, Saint. [Opuscula], 1490
Lot 99
THOMAS AQUINAS, Saint. [Opuscula], 1490
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[Opuscula], edited by Antonius Pizamanzus, 436 leaves, 55 lines and heading, Gothic type, double column, minor worming at beginning and end, small hole in last leaf with loss of a few letters, some stains, contemporary inscription on first page seeming to end with a reference to the binding, inscription of the Friars Minor of Schrobenhausen (Bavaria), 1709, on second leaf, booklabels of Robert Proctor and Gerald Mander, collation note at end by Graham Pollard (sale at Sothebys, 23 February 1959, lot 367, for £16), contemporary calf over wooden boards, nice clear stamps of lamb, rose, eagle and fleur de lys, lower cover with lamb and 'Maria' scrolls (none found in Schwencke or EBDB), sewing guards from fourteenth century manuscript, rebacked, clasps missing [ISTC it00258000; BMC V 358; BSB-Ink T-236; Goff T258; GW M46029; HC 1541*; IGI 9552], 4to, Venice, Hermann Liechtenstein, 7 September 1490


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