Incunabula Short Title Catalogue

Aesopus:
Vita, after Rinucius, et Fabulae, Lib. I-IV, prose version of Romulus [German]. Add: Fabulae extravagantes. Fabulae novae (Tr: Rinucius). Fabulae Aviani. Fabulae collectae [German] (Tr: Heinrich Steinhöwel)

ISTC No.ia00122000
AuthorAesopus
TitleVita, after Rinucius, et Fabulae, Lib. I-IV, prose version of Romulus [German]. Add: Fabulae extravagantes. Fabulae novae (Tr: Rinucius). Fabulae Aviani. Fabulae collectae [German] (Tr: Heinrich Steinhöwel)
Imprint[Basel : Johann Amerbach, about 1488-89]
Imprint[Michael Furter, about 1500]
Format
NotesOn the printer and date see F. Schanze in Gb Jb 1998 pp.105-10. The types were formerly identified as Furter's, about 1500
Woodcuts
Reference worksGoff A122; H 334*; Schr 3033; Schramm XXII p. 43; FairMur(G) 451; IDL(Suppl) 92a; Kind(Göttingen) 66; BSB-Ink A-73; GW 363
Related resourcesElectronic facsimile : Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, München
Microfiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 2001. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 46 - German Vernacular Literature Part I, GV 10

Holdings

British IslesLondon, Victoria and Albert Museum (imperfect)
GermanyGöttingen SUB (imperfect)
Mainz GM/StB (1 leaf only, GM-Ink.209)
München BSB
United States of AmericaNew York Public Library, Rare Book Division
Queried LocationsAmsterdam BPH: sold Sotheby's (London) 5 Dec. 2001 lot 2
Number of holding institutions6
Last Edit2016-07-13 12:00:00.00

Aesopus:
Vita, after Rinucius, et Fabulae, Lib. I-IV, prose version of Romulus [German]. Add: Fabulae extravagantes. Fabulae novae (Tr: Rinucius). Fabulae Aviani. Fabulae collectae [German] (Tr: Heinrich Steinhöwel)

ISTC No.ia00122000
AuthorAesopus
TitleVita, after Rinucius, et Fabulae, Lib. I-IV, prose version of Romulus [German]. Add: Fabulae extravagantes. Fabulae novae (Tr: Rinucius). Fabulae Aviani. Fabulae collectae [German] (Tr: Heinrich Steinhöwel)
Imprint[Basel : Johann Amerbach, about 1488-89]
Imprint[Michael Furter, about 1500]
Format
NotesOn the printer and date see F. Schanze in Gb Jb 1998 pp.105-10. The types were formerly identified as Furter's, about 1500
Woodcuts
Reference worksGoff A122; H 334*; Schr 3033; Schramm XXII p. 43; FairMur(G) 451; IDL(Suppl) 92a; Kind(Göttingen) 66; BSB-Ink A-73; GW 363
Related resourcesElectronic facsimile : Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, München
Microfiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 2001. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 46 - German Vernacular Literature Part I, GV 10

Holdings

British IslesLondon, Victoria and Albert Museum (imperfect)
GermanyGöttingen SUB (imperfect)
Mainz GM/StB (1 leaf only, GM-Ink.209)
München BSB
United States of AmericaNew York Public Library, Rare Book Division
Queried LocationsAmsterdam BPH: sold Sotheby's (London) 5 Dec. 2001 lot 2
Number of holding institutions6
Last Edit2016-07-13 12:00:00.00