Incunabula Short Title Catalogue

Albertanus Causidicus Brixiensis:
De arte loquendi et tacendi

ISTC No.ia00197400
AuthorAlbertanus Causidicus Brixiensis
TitleDe arte loquendi et tacendi
ImprintAntwerp : Gerard Leeu, 1 Feb. 1486
Format
NotesWoodcut
Reproductions of the watermarks found in the paper used in this edition are provided by the Koninklijke Bibliotheek, National Library of the Netherlands.
Reference worksC 153; Camp 63; ILC 43; Inv Ant 116; IDL 107; Louda 15; Oates 3884; Pr 9359; BMC IX 187; GW 539
Related resourcesMicrofiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 1997. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 23 - Rhetoric Part II, RH 76
IISTC. Copy: The Hague MMW, M 1 E 8
Watermarks in Incunabula printed in the Low Countries (WILC)

Holdings

British LibraryBritish Library (IA.49745) (From the Old Library. Formerly owned by Thomas Butler, vicar of Holy Trinity, Wenlock, c.1510. At that time it was bound with Aristoteles, Secreta, Louvain, Joh. de Westfalia (GW 2482, IA.49240), and Aristoteles, De pomo et morte (GW 2450, IA.3206))
British Isles (without British Library)Cambridge UL
Czech RepublicOlomouc SKn
GermanyAachen Kaiser-KarlsGym (imperfect, lost?)
The NetherlandsThe Hague MMW (001 E 008)
Number of holding institutions5
Last Edit2017-05-24 10:40:55

Albertanus Causidicus Brixiensis:
De arte loquendi et tacendi

ISTC No.ia00197400
AuthorAlbertanus Causidicus Brixiensis
TitleDe arte loquendi et tacendi
ImprintAntwerp : Gerard Leeu, 1 Feb. 1486
Format
NotesWoodcut
Reproductions of the watermarks found in the paper used in this edition are provided by the Koninklijke Bibliotheek, National Library of the Netherlands.
Reference worksC 153; Camp 63; ILC 43; Inv Ant 116; IDL 107; Louda 15; Oates 3884; Pr 9359; BMC IX 187; GW 539
Related resourcesMicrofiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 1997. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 23 - Rhetoric Part II, RH 76
IISTC. Copy: The Hague MMW, M 1 E 8
Watermarks in Incunabula printed in the Low Countries (WILC)

Holdings

British LibraryBritish Library (IA.49745) (From the Old Library. Formerly owned by Thomas Butler, vicar of Holy Trinity, Wenlock, c.1510. At that time it was bound with Aristoteles, Secreta, Louvain, Joh. de Westfalia (GW 2482, IA.49240), and Aristoteles, De pomo et morte (GW 2450, IA.3206))
British Isles (without British Library)Cambridge UL
Czech RepublicOlomouc SKn
GermanyAachen Kaiser-KarlsGym (imperfect, lost?)
The NetherlandsThe Hague MMW (001 E 008)
Number of holding institutions5
Last Edit2017-05-24 10:40:55