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69/3255 Incunabula and early 16th cent books Duytschen souter
69/3255 Incunabula and early 16th cent books  Duytschen souter
69/3255 Incunabula and early 16th cent books  Duytschen souter
69/3255 Incunabula and early 16th cent books  Duytschen souter
69/3255 Incunabula and early 16th cent books  Duytschen souter
69/3255 [Incunabula and early 16th cent. books]. (Duytschen souter). Delft, J.J. van der Meer or Christiaen Snellaert, 1487, (278)lvs., rubricated throughout, contemp. polished calf over wooden boards, brass clasp and catches.

- Bookplate on inner wooden board frontcover; a few lvs. cut short; leaf w. incipit sl. frayed, initial w. loss of paint and w. sm. tear in upper margin; old catalogue entry pasted on verso last blank leaf; leaves H3 and H4 stained; sm. ticket in lower corner on colophon leaf; occas. sl. waterstained in corners; occas. sl. fingersoiled. Lacks clasp and 1 catch (restored); binding w. (sm.) dam. spots w. loss of leather; spine cracked; spine-ends chipped; two sm. paper tickets at foot of spine.

= Incipit: "Invitatorium. Laet ons aenbeden den here die ons ghemaect heeft". Heavily annotated in (at least) 2 contemp. Dutch hands, explaining the psalms (i.a. "Dese psalm maecte david van den vijlre(?) wijste dat die joden ende die luden destruweren wouden"). With in situ 13th cent. medieval manuscript fragments, excerpts of Sermo de martyribus by Albertus de Padua, used as pastedowns. In a later stage detached from inner flaps. Hain 13522; Bohatta 1009; Campbell 550; ILC 1839; Polain 3277; IDL 3829; Proctor 8878A; BMC IX 20. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXVII.

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