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Biblia cum summariorum apparatu pleno quadrupliciq[ue] repertorio insignita: cui vltra castiga-tionem dilige[n]tissima[m] et signa[n]ter in vocabulario dictionu[m] hebraicaru[m] vbi p[ro] maiori sui parte erat mendosa & vi-tiosa : addite sunt marginales additio[n]es annales & ge[n]tis cuius[que] [?]m ea t[empor]a historias nota[n]tes: canonum quo[que] ad sacram scripturam concordantia quas cruce adnotauimus. ... In libri commendationem hexasticon Emendata magis scaturit nunc biblia tota Que fuit in nullo tempore visa prius. Qua loca canonici concordant singula iuris In summa casus que tenet et capitum. Qua legum veterisq[ue] noui argumenta videntur Omine felice que tibi tersa patet

Biblia cum summariorum apparatu pleno quadrupliciq[ue] repertorio insignita: cui vltra castiga-tionem dilige[n]tissima[m] et signa[n]ter in vocabulario dictionu[m] hebraicaru[m] vbi p[ro] maiori sui parte erat mendosa & vi-tiosa : addite sunt marginales additio[n]es annales & ge[n]tis cuius[que] [?]m ea t[empor]a historias nota[n]tes: canonum quo[que] ad sacram scripturam concordantia quas cruce adnotauimus. ... In libri commendationem hexasticon Emendata magis scaturit nunc biblia tota Que fuit in nullo tempore visa prius. Qua loca canonici concordant singula iuris In summa casus que tenet et capitum. Qua legum veterisq[ue] noui argumenta videntur Omine felice que tibi tersa patet

Condition: Early blindstamped calf covers, bosses and clasps preserved over later rebacking, red edges. Spine perished, front cover with fi


Paris: François Regnault and Johann Prevel, 1523. [4], a-z8 A-Z8 +8 AA8-NN8. 1 vols. 8vo. Early blindstamped calf covers, bosses and clasps preserved over later rebacking, red edges. Spine perished, front cover with first gathering detached, edges worn, paper repairs to title, worming costing a few words to title. Bookplate of Cassie Mason Meyers Julian-James, daughter of the collector Theodorus Bailey Myers, who was a philanthropist, vice president of Chapter 3 of the Colonial Dames of America, keenly concerned with the costume collection in the Smithsonian Institution. [4], a-z8 A-Z8 +8 AA8-NN8. 1 vols. 8vo. This Latin bible, printed on April 11, 1523, is a reprint of a 1519 Bible printed by Jehan Petit. The title page looks nearly identical, except that this copy has a Renouard printer's device featuring an elephant in place of the Jehan Petit armorial device seen in the 1519 copy. Printing date and Prevel's name are given in the colophon. This copy is annotated in at least three near-contemporary hands on the front and rear flyleaves as well as the title page, including a date of 1586 on the title page. The metal bosses and solid brass clasps are in fine condition, moving freely on their hinges. There are manicules and hand-drawn capitals throughout. This bible's Renouard printer's device makes it unusual: few copies on OCLC record his involvement in the 1523 printing of this edition of the Bible, and Darlow & Moule say only "A copy in the B.M. Library differs in the title page, which substitutes a small cut of Jerome (like that on 1a) for J. Petit's device." (921). Adams 1003; Darlow & Moule 6103 calls for a Jehan Petit imprint on the title page for the 1519 edition; OCLC 257848844; Renouard, ICP, III, 425; not in Chambers



  • Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 253910
  • Title: Biblia cum summariorum apparatu pleno quadrupliciq[ue] repertorio insignita: cui vltra castiga-tionem dilige[n]tissima[m] et signa[n]ter in vocabulario dictionu[m] hebraicaru[m] vbi p[ro] maiori sui parte erat mendosa & vi-tiosa : addite sunt marginales additio[n]es annales & ge[n]tis cuius[que] [?]m ea t[empor]a historias nota[n]tes: canonum quo[que] ad sacram scripturam concordantia quas cruce adnotauimus. ... In libri commendationem hexasticon Emendata magis scaturit nunc biblia tota Que fuit in nullo tempore visa prius. Qua loca canonici concordant singula iuris In summa casus que tenet et capitum. Qua legum veterisq[ue] noui argumenta videntur Omine felice que tibi tersa patet
  • Format/binding:[4], a-z8 A-Z8 +8 AA8-NN8. 1 vols. 8vo
  • Book condition: Used - Early blindstamped calf covers, bosses and clasps preserved over later rebacking, red edges. Spine perished, front cover with fi
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Publisher: François Regnault and Johann Prevel
  • Place: Paris
  • Date published: 1523
  • Keywords: Bible | French | Incompletes
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