Incunabula Short Title Catalogue

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

ISTC No.ic00761000
AuthorColumbus, Christophorus
TitleEpistola de insulis nuper inventis [Latin] (Tr: Leandro di Cosco, 29 Apr. 1493)
ImprintParis : In campo Gaillardi (Guy Marchant), [summer 1494]
Imprint[after 29 Apr. 1493]
Format
NotesDated from the state of the device (CIBN).GW and Goff date after 4 Apr. 1493
GW notes two variants with slightly different titles and a different disposition of the woodcuts
The model is the edition by Stephan Plannck (Goff C-757), according to CIBN
For a note on the text, see CIBN
Reference worksGoff C761; C 1696, 1694 (A), 1695 (B); Klebs 284.5; Pell 3864 (B); CIBN C-522; Kind(Göttingen) 813 (A); Walsh 3618; Bod-inc C-389; Sheppard 6207; Pr 7988; GW 7175; Eames(C) 11, 9 (A), 10 (B); Seguin(Charles VIII) 60, 58 (A), 59 (B); Harr(BAV) 6; Fac: London [1892]; Massachusetts Historical Society (Americana ser. I) 1 & 17 etc.
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 33

Holdings

FranceParis BN (Eames 10)
GermanyGöttingen SUB (A)
ItalyTorino Reale (A)
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandOxford Bodley (Eames 11)
United States of AmericaBrown Univ., John Carter Brown Library (Eames 10)
Cambridge MA, Harvard College Library, Houghton Library (the Bodleian Douce copy, presented to Harvard in 1936, Eames 11)
New York Public Library, Rare Book Division (Eames 10)
Number of holding institutions7
Last Edit2021-03-26 09:24:02
 

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

ISTC No.ic00761000
AuthorColumbus, Christophorus
TitleEpistola de insulis nuper inventis [Latin] (Tr: Leandro di Cosco, 29 Apr. 1493)
ImprintParis : In campo Gaillardi (Guy Marchant), [summer 1494]
Imprint[after 29 Apr. 1493]
Format
NotesDated from the state of the device (CIBN).GW and Goff date after 4 Apr. 1493
GW notes two variants with slightly different titles and a different disposition of the woodcuts
The model is the edition by Stephan Plannck (Goff C-757), according to CIBN
For a note on the text, see CIBN
Reference worksGoff C761; C 1696, 1694 (A), 1695 (B); Klebs 284.5; Pell 3864 (B); CIBN C-522; Kind(Göttingen) 813 (A); Walsh 3618; Bod-inc C-389; Sheppard 6207; Pr 7988; GW 7175; Eames(C) 11, 9 (A), 10 (B); Seguin(Charles VIII) 60, 58 (A), 59 (B); Harr(BAV) 6; Fac: London [1892]; Massachusetts Historical Society (Americana ser. I) 1 & 17 etc.
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 33

Holdings

FranceParis BN (Eames 10)
GermanyGöttingen SUB (A)
ItalyTorino Reale (A)
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandOxford Bodley (Eames 11)
United States of AmericaBrown Univ., John Carter Brown Library (Eames 10)
Cambridge MA, Harvard College Library, Houghton Library (the Bodleian Douce copy, presented to Harvard in 1936, Eames 11)
New York Public Library, Rare Book Division (Eames 10)
Number of holding institutions7
Last Edit2021-03-26 09:24:02