Incunabula Short Title Catalogue

Barzizius, Gasparinus:
Orthographia. Guillaume Fichet to Robert Gaguin. Guarinus Veronensis: De diphthongis (Ed: Johannes de Lapide). Guillaume Fichet: De arte punctandi

ISTC No.ib00269000
AuthorBarzizius, Gasparinus
TitleOrthographia. Guillaume Fichet to Robert Gaguin. Guarinus Veronensis: De diphthongis (Ed: Johannes de Lapide). Guillaume Fichet: De arte punctandi
Imprint[Paris : Ulrich Gering, Martin Crantz and Michael Friburger, shortly after 1 Jan. 1470/71]
Format
NotesFor correct collation, ending [A]6, [B]2] see CIBN
For the attribution of De arte punctandi to Fichet, rather than to Johannes de Lapide, see E. Beltran, in Scriptorium 39 (1985) 284-91 (Hillard). Fichet's letter contains the earliest report in print naming Gutenberg as the inventor of printing
Reference worksGoff B269; HC 2680; C 916 + 2815; Cl I 25-28; Cl(FPPr) II; Pell 1989 (incl Pell Ms 5479); CIBN B-173; Péligry 149; Hillard 306; Sack(Freiburg) 533; GW 3691; Fac: L.V. Delisle, Epitre adressée à Robert Gaguin le 1er janvier 1472 [sic] par Guillaume Fichet (Paris, 1889); L. Sieber, Guillaume Ficheti quam ad Robertum Gaguinum conscripsit epistola (Basel, 1887); D.C. McMurtrie, The Fichet Letter (New York, 1927); M. Davies, The Gutenberg Bible (London, 1996), pl. 1
Related resourcesMicrofiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 1999. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 30 - Grammar Part II, GR 133

Holdings

FranceParis BN (without Fichet's letter)
Paris Mazarine (without letter)
Rodez BM (imperfect)
Toulouse BM (without letter)
GermanyFreiburg i.Br. UB (Fichet's letter only)
SwitzerlandBasel UB
United States of AmericaNew York, The Morgan Library and Museum (without Fichet letter)
Number of holding institutions7
Last Edit2016-07-13 12:00:00.00
 

Barzizius, Gasparinus:
Orthographia. Guillaume Fichet to Robert Gaguin. Guarinus Veronensis: De diphthongis (Ed: Johannes de Lapide). Guillaume Fichet: De arte punctandi

ISTC No.ib00269000
AuthorBarzizius, Gasparinus
TitleOrthographia. Guillaume Fichet to Robert Gaguin. Guarinus Veronensis: De diphthongis (Ed: Johannes de Lapide). Guillaume Fichet: De arte punctandi
Imprint[Paris : Ulrich Gering, Martin Crantz and Michael Friburger, shortly after 1 Jan. 1470/71]
Format
NotesFor correct collation, ending [A]6, [B]2] see CIBN
For the attribution of De arte punctandi to Fichet, rather than to Johannes de Lapide, see E. Beltran, in Scriptorium 39 (1985) 284-91 (Hillard). Fichet's letter contains the earliest report in print naming Gutenberg as the inventor of printing
Reference worksGoff B269; HC 2680; C 916 + 2815; Cl I 25-28; Cl(FPPr) II; Pell 1989 (incl Pell Ms 5479); CIBN B-173; Péligry 149; Hillard 306; Sack(Freiburg) 533; GW 3691; Fac: L.V. Delisle, Epitre adressée à Robert Gaguin le 1er janvier 1472 [sic] par Guillaume Fichet (Paris, 1889); L. Sieber, Guillaume Ficheti quam ad Robertum Gaguinum conscripsit epistola (Basel, 1887); D.C. McMurtrie, The Fichet Letter (New York, 1927); M. Davies, The Gutenberg Bible (London, 1996), pl. 1
Related resourcesMicrofiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 1999. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 30 - Grammar Part II, GR 133

Holdings

FranceParis BN (without Fichet's letter)
Paris Mazarine (without letter)
Rodez BM (imperfect)
Toulouse BM (without letter)
GermanyFreiburg i.Br. UB (Fichet's letter only)
SwitzerlandBasel UB
United States of AmericaNew York, The Morgan Library and Museum (without Fichet letter)
Number of holding institutions7
Last Edit2016-07-13 12:00:00.00