Incunabula Short Title Catalogue

Columbus, Christophorus:
Epistola de insulis nuper inventis [Latin] (Tr: Leandro di Cosco, 29 Apr. 1493)

ISTC No.ic00760000
AuthorColumbus, Christophorus
TitleEpistola de insulis nuper inventis [Latin] (Tr: Leandro di Cosco, 29 Apr. 1493)
Imprint[Basel : Michael Furter, for Johann Bergmann, de Olpe, after 29 Apr. 1493]
Imprint[Jacobus Wolff, de Pforzheim],
Format
NotesBMC assigned this edition to Jacobus Wolff. Woodcuts (cf. F. Reichert, in Gb Jb 1998 pp.121-30)
GW and Goff record wrongly as 4°. Leaves 2-9 consist of a single sheet of paper folded three times (P. Needham)
Reference worksGoff C760; H 5491*; Klebs 284.4; Schramm XXII p. 21 & 44; Schr 3762 = 3763; Campbell(Maps) 70; Pr 7723; BMC III 777; BSB-Ink C-474; GW 7174; Eames(C) 7; Harr(BAV) 2; JCBCat p. 18; Fac: New York, 1890; New York, 1892; München-Pasing, 1922
Related resourcesMicrofiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 1994. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 6 - Image of the World: Travellers' Tales, TT 32

Holdings

GermanyMünchen BSB (imperfect)
SwitzerlandBasel UB
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandBritish Library (G.6663 = IA.37705) (Imperfect, wanting the last leaf which is supplied in facsimile)
United States of AmericaBrown Univ., John Carter Brown Library (8 ff)
New York Public Library, Rare Book Division (10 ff)
Number of holding institutions5
Last Edit2021-03-26 09:24:02
 

Columbus, Christophorus:
Epistola de insulis nuper inventis [Latin] (Tr: Leandro di Cosco, 29 Apr. 1493)

ISTC No.ic00760000
AuthorColumbus, Christophorus
TitleEpistola de insulis nuper inventis [Latin] (Tr: Leandro di Cosco, 29 Apr. 1493)
Imprint[Basel : Michael Furter, for Johann Bergmann, de Olpe, after 29 Apr. 1493]
Imprint[Jacobus Wolff, de Pforzheim],
Format
NotesBMC assigned this edition to Jacobus Wolff. Woodcuts (cf. F. Reichert, in Gb Jb 1998 pp.121-30)
GW and Goff record wrongly as 4°. Leaves 2-9 consist of a single sheet of paper folded three times (P. Needham)
Reference worksGoff C760; H 5491*; Klebs 284.4; Schramm XXII p. 21 & 44; Schr 3762 = 3763; Campbell(Maps) 70; Pr 7723; BMC III 777; BSB-Ink C-474; GW 7174; Eames(C) 7; Harr(BAV) 2; JCBCat p. 18; Fac: New York, 1890; New York, 1892; München-Pasing, 1922
Related resourcesMicrofiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 1994. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 6 - Image of the World: Travellers' Tales, TT 32

Holdings

GermanyMünchen BSB (imperfect)
SwitzerlandBasel UB
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandBritish Library (G.6663 = IA.37705) (Imperfect, wanting the last leaf which is supplied in facsimile)
United States of AmericaBrown Univ., John Carter Brown Library (8 ff)
New York Public Library, Rare Book Division (10 ff)
Number of holding institutions5
Last Edit2021-03-26 09:24:02