Anton Koberger Destructorium Vitiorum 1496

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Book Title

Destructorium Vitiorum

Volume

N/A

Edition

N/A

Country of Origin

Germany

City of Origin

Nuremburg

Date

September 20, 1496

Printer

Anton Koberger

Language

Latin

Script and/or Type

14:130G, 15:91G, 21:74G

Number of Lines

62

Width of Leaf

200 mm

Height of Leaf

270 mm.

References

Goff A-393, GW 867, Proctor 2111, ISTC ia00393000, BMC II 443, Hain 652

Description

This is a leaf of incunabula from The Destructorium Vitiorum or Vice Destroyers by the English theologian Alexander Carpentarius discusses the seven deadly sins. It was printed by the famous Anton Koberger on September 20, 1496 at Nuremberg. The small folio leaf measures 270 x 200 mm. in totality and contains 62-lines of Gothic type (14:130G, 15:91G, 21:74G.) printed double column in Latin. Verso: contains the same lines, type & layout. (Goff A-393, GW 867, Proctor 2111, ISTC ia00393000, BMC II 443, Hain 652) This leaf contains minor staining and a single worm bore in the lower margin.

Medium

Paper

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$100.00
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