Incunabula Short Title Catalogue

Apicius:
De re coquinaria

ISTC No.ia00921000
AuthorApicius
TitleDe re coquinaria
ImprintMilan : Guillermus Le Signerre, in part for Johannes de Legnano, 20 Jan. 1498
Format
NotesSome copies have the device of Johannes de Legnano as publisher in place of that of Le Signerre on fol. 1a. These copies have the title 'Appicius Culinarius' and prelims containing a letter by Blasius Lancilotus to Bartholomaeus Merula and a poem of Ludovicus Vopiscus. Copies with Le Signerre's device have the title 'APICIVS IN RE QVOQVINARIA' and prelims with a letter of Antonius Motta to Johannes Mollus, and poems of Motta and Bernardinus Mollus (GW note, BMC)
Reference worksGoff A921; H 1283* & 1283* (note) (var); Klebs 75.1 & 75.1 var; Pell 907 (var); CIBN A-476; Polain(B) 280; IGI 750; IBE 498; Martín Abad A-172; Voull(B) 3138; Günt(L) 1746; Bod-inc A-359; Sheppard 5031; Pr 6069; BMC VI 789; BSB-Ink A-647 (Signerre), A-648 (Legnano); GW 2267; Neveu 47; Döring-Fuchs A-244
Related resourcesMicrofiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 2011. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 90 - Printing in Milan Part I, ML 11

Holdings

AustriaWien, ÖNB (Ink 11.G.79)
BelgiumLeuven-Heverlee, S.J.
Czech RepublicPrague NL (Roudnice)
FranceParis BN
Rouen BM
GermanyBremen SUB (var)
Leipzig UB
München BSB (2, 1 var, imperfect)
Regensburg TuT (8Inc.62)
Stuttgart WLB
ItalyCremona C
Ferrara C
Firenze Laur (D'Elci 1204)
Firenze N (Magl. L.6.44)
Genova Durazzo *BP
Mantova C
Milano Triv
Parma Pal
Pesaro Oliv (var)
Roma Cas (Vol. Inc. 1390)
RussiaMoscow SL (Dresden copy)
SpainMadrid BN (3, 2 imperfect, both wanting the 2 first leaves)
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandBritish Library (G.8930 = IA.26887a)
British Library (IA.26887)
London, Wellcome Library
Manchester JRL (9501)
Oxford Bodley
United States of AmericaLibrary of Congress, Rare Book Division (Pennell)
New York Academy of Medicine
New York, The Morgan Library and Museum (var)
Vatican CityVaticano BAV (Stamp.Ross.17)
Queried LocationsLongleat (Described as ‘Morocco gilt’. Theft discovered in 1981.)
Number of holding institutions32
Last Edit2021-03-26 09:16:50
 

Apicius:
De re coquinaria

ISTC No.ia00921000
AuthorApicius
TitleDe re coquinaria
ImprintMilan : Guillermus Le Signerre, in part for Johannes de Legnano, 20 Jan. 1498
Format
NotesSome copies have the device of Johannes de Legnano as publisher in place of that of Le Signerre on fol. 1a. These copies have the title 'Appicius Culinarius' and prelims containing a letter by Blasius Lancilotus to Bartholomaeus Merula and a poem of Ludovicus Vopiscus. Copies with Le Signerre's device have the title 'APICIVS IN RE QVOQVINARIA' and prelims with a letter of Antonius Motta to Johannes Mollus, and poems of Motta and Bernardinus Mollus (GW note, BMC)
Reference worksGoff A921; H 1283* & 1283* (note) (var); Klebs 75.1 & 75.1 var; Pell 907 (var); CIBN A-476; Polain(B) 280; IGI 750; IBE 498; Martín Abad A-172; Voull(B) 3138; Günt(L) 1746; Bod-inc A-359; Sheppard 5031; Pr 6069; BMC VI 789; BSB-Ink A-647 (Signerre), A-648 (Legnano); GW 2267; Neveu 47; Döring-Fuchs A-244
Related resourcesMicrofiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 2011. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 90 - Printing in Milan Part I, ML 11

Holdings

AustriaWien, ÖNB (Ink 11.G.79)
BelgiumLeuven-Heverlee, S.J.
Czech RepublicPrague NL (Roudnice)
FranceParis BN
Rouen BM
GermanyBremen SUB (var)
Leipzig UB
München BSB (2, 1 var, imperfect)
Regensburg TuT (8Inc.62)
Stuttgart WLB
ItalyCremona C
Ferrara C
Firenze Laur (D'Elci 1204)
Firenze N (Magl. L.6.44)
Genova Durazzo *BP
Mantova C
Milano Triv
Parma Pal
Pesaro Oliv (var)
Roma Cas (Vol. Inc. 1390)
RussiaMoscow SL (Dresden copy)
SpainMadrid BN (3, 2 imperfect, both wanting the 2 first leaves)
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandBritish Library (G.8930 = IA.26887a)
British Library (IA.26887)
London, Wellcome Library
Manchester JRL (9501)
Oxford Bodley
United States of AmericaLibrary of Congress, Rare Book Division (Pennell)
New York Academy of Medicine
New York, The Morgan Library and Museum (var)
Vatican CityVaticano BAV (Stamp.Ross.17)
Queried LocationsLongleat (Described as ‘Morocco gilt’. Theft discovered in 1981.)
Number of holding institutions32
Last Edit2021-03-26 09:16:50