Lot 327: Duns Scotus (John). Primus scripti Oxoniensis doctoris subtilis fratris Joannis Duns Scoti ordinis Minorum super sententias: Titulus conueniens doctrine atq[ue] hui[s] primi Mauritio inuentore...., part 1 only of 4, Venice: Per Simonem de Luere pro d[omi]no Andrea de Torresanis de Asula, 20. Octobris., 1506, 223 leaves, early manuscript inscription & annotation to upper & lower margins of first leaf and with two library ink stamps, double-column black letter text, few woodcut initials, printer's device to final leaf, some browning, dust-soiling and marks mostly to first and last few leaves, dampstaining to upper margins, lacking front free endpaper, contemporary panelled blind-stamped calf over wooden boards, covers with decorative roll work borders depicting unicorns, deer and hounds, old repair to upper & lower panels of spine, vertical split to spine and slight wear, few minor old worm holes to binding, lacking clasps (brass fixings to board edges present), folio. Adams D1121. (1)
Dominic Winter's Travel & Natural History, Early Printed Books, Maps, Globes & Decorative Prints, Science & Mathematics, Bookbinding Equipment Auction July 2015
Wednesday, 15th July 2015
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