Veiling 358 Old & Rare Books - (Post)incunabula

EUSEBIUS CAESARIENSIS. Chronicon id est temporum breviarium incipit foeliciter. (Venice, E. Ratdolt, 1483). 177 lvs. Late 18th c. hcf. w. gilt dec. spine & w. red & green label. (Upper spine end dam., extremities scuffed, first quires delicate near the bindwork, some (water-)stains, some annot. in ink in an old hand, a few tiny wormholes in the last few leaves, otherwise a good & clean copy).

This edition is notable for the crisp printing in red and black, with ruled lines for the columns. Translation by Hieronimus of Eusebius' lost Greek original, with additions by (a.o.) Matthias Palmerius Pisanus (up to the year 1481). Contains the third mention of Gutenbergs invention of print in print (see year 1457). Collation: §11, a2-8, b-v8, x9. Lacks the blanks: §12, a1 and x10. Leaves c6, f1, f8 and i4-5 possibly added; the waterstain on the upper margin does not match the surrounding pages. - ISTC ie0017000; Hain-C. 6717; Hoffmann II, 108; GW 9433; Goff E117.

€ 3600

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