Singularia dicta etia[m] notabilia collecta & notata in hoc breui co[m]pendio / per illustrem doctore[m] dominu[m]. Matheum. Mattaselanum. Bononiensem.

Author
Mattesillani, Matteo, active 1398-1410 [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
Latin
Published/​Created
[Milan] : [Philippus de Lavagnia], [before 28 June 1477]
Description
20 unnumbered leaves ; 42 cm

Details

Subject(s)
Printer
Former owner
Binder
Contained in
Multi-title collection including Singularia dicta etia[m] notabilia collecta & notata in hoc breui co[m]pendio and 6 other(s).
Notes
  • Title from incipit, on recto of initial leaf.
  • Place of publication and printer's name from Rhodes; on the date, see CIBN.
  • Without foliation or register.
  • Text printed in double columns with 52 lines to the column.
  • Not listed in Bod. Inc. Cat.
  • HSVR copy: No. 7 of a collection of 7 law books with spine title: Baldus de Perusio Repertorium super Innocentio.
Binding note
HSVR copy: Contemporary blind-tooled half pigskin over new wooden boards (repaired by Colm O Lochlainn, 1929, with his ticket), retaining old paper lettering pieces on spine, two clasps using old catchplate on lower cover, deckle edges, lacking both straps.
Provenance
HSVR copy: Provenance: Church of St. Petrus Minor (St.-Pierre-le-Jeune), Strassburg (dissolved 1789), inscription at head of first leaf "Collegii S. Petri junioris Argentinæ"; Earl of Hopetoun (his armorial bookplate); Hopetoun House Library, [sale, Sotheby's 25 February 1889, not found in the catalogue]; Milltown Park Charitable Trust (their label).
References
  • Hain, 10899*
  • ISTC, im00364400
  • Pell Ms, 7767 (7714)
  • CIBN, M-221
  • IGI, 6290
  • Rhodes, 1180
  • BMC, VI 704
  • BSB-Ink, M-254
Place name(s)
Italy Milan.
In
Multi-title collection including Singularia dicta etia[m] notabilia collecta & notata in hoc breui co[m]pendio and 6 other(s).
OCLC
156805453
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