Incunabula Short Title Catalogue

Arnoldus de Villa Nova:
De vinis

ISTC No.ia01078000
AuthorArnoldus de Villa Nova
TitleDe vinis
Imprint[Paris] : Félix Baligault, for Claude Jaumar and Thomas Julian, [about June 1500]
Format
NotesAs the foliation in some copies where leaves 2 (signed x ii) and 6 are numbered CxxVI and Cxxx suggests, this tract was originally intended to be printed in one volume between Goff M55 and A1076 (BMC). Other copies are known with f.2 signed Aii and without the printed foliation (cf. Renouard, CIBN). Dated by CIBN from the state of the device
Reference worksGoff A1078; C 652; Klebs 102.1; GfT 2259; Cl II 202-205; Pell 1316; CIBN A-575; Polain(B) 4165; IGI 871; IBP 546; IBE 585; Martín Abad A-220; Pr 8290; BMC VIII 177; GW 2535; Renouard, Imprimeurs II 789; Arnoult 129; Coq 38; Fernillot 80 (& ill. XXV); Lefèvre 38; Richard 60
Related resourcesMicrofiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 1995. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 14 - Medical Incunabula Part IV, MI 5

Holdings

BelgiumBrussels, BR
FranceMetz BM
Montpellier BIU
Paris BENSBA
Paris BN (2)
Paris Sorbonne
Poitiers BM
Troyes BM
Épernay BM
GermanyHamburg SUB (copy lost)
Lüneburg RatsB
Mannheim UB
IrelandDublin, Trinity College
ItalyRoma U (INC. 269)
Venezia N
PolandWrocław U
SpainBarcelona BCatal
Madrid BN
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandBritish Library (IA.40619)
Edinburgh, Royal College of Surgeons (imperfect)
United States of AmericaLibrary of Congress, Rare Book Division
Univ. of California at Los Angeles, Biomedical Library
Yale Univ., Historical Library of the Medical School
Number of holding institutions23
Last Edit2021-03-26 09:17:17
 

Arnoldus de Villa Nova:
De vinis

ISTC No.ia01078000
AuthorArnoldus de Villa Nova
TitleDe vinis
Imprint[Paris] : Félix Baligault, for Claude Jaumar and Thomas Julian, [about June 1500]
Format
NotesAs the foliation in some copies where leaves 2 (signed x ii) and 6 are numbered CxxVI and Cxxx suggests, this tract was originally intended to be printed in one volume between Goff M55 and A1076 (BMC). Other copies are known with f.2 signed Aii and without the printed foliation (cf. Renouard, CIBN). Dated by CIBN from the state of the device
Reference worksGoff A1078; C 652; Klebs 102.1; GfT 2259; Cl II 202-205; Pell 1316; CIBN A-575; Polain(B) 4165; IGI 871; IBP 546; IBE 585; Martín Abad A-220; Pr 8290; BMC VIII 177; GW 2535; Renouard, Imprimeurs II 789; Arnoult 129; Coq 38; Fernillot 80 (& ill. XXV); Lefèvre 38; Richard 60
Related resourcesMicrofiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 1995. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 14 - Medical Incunabula Part IV, MI 5

Holdings

BelgiumBrussels, BR
FranceMetz BM
Montpellier BIU
Paris BENSBA
Paris BN (2)
Paris Sorbonne
Poitiers BM
Troyes BM
Épernay BM
GermanyHamburg SUB (copy lost)
Lüneburg RatsB
Mannheim UB
IrelandDublin, Trinity College
ItalyRoma U (INC. 269)
Venezia N
PolandWrocław U
SpainBarcelona BCatal
Madrid BN
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandBritish Library (IA.40619)
Edinburgh, Royal College of Surgeons (imperfect)
United States of AmericaLibrary of Congress, Rare Book Division
Univ. of California at Los Angeles, Biomedical Library
Yale Univ., Historical Library of the Medical School
Number of holding institutions23
Last Edit2021-03-26 09:17:17