Incunabula Short Title Catalogue


Dits des philosophes [English] The dictes or sayengis of the philosophres. Translated from the French of Guillaume de Tignonville, by Anthony Wydeville (or Woodville), Earl Rivers

ISTC No.id00272000
TitleDits des philosophes [English] The dictes or sayengis of the philosophres. Translated from the French of Guillaume de Tignonville, by Anthony Wydeville (or Woodville), Earl Rivers
ImprintWestminster : William Caxton, [1477]
Imprint18 Nov. 1477
Format
NotesThe Manchester copy, Duff 123a, has an additional colophon with the date 18 Nov. 1477. L. Hellinga argues that the date is valid for this copy only: see Caxton in Focus (1982), pp.77-80
Reference worksGoff D272; HC 6284; Duff 123; DeR(C) 36; Cx 26; STC 6826; C.F. Bühler, in The Library ser 5, 8 (1953) pp.77-88; Morg(B) 673; Oates 4060; Huth XVIII (& pl); Pr 9622; BMC XI 108; Fac: Amsterdam, 1979 (English experience no.920); GW 8321; Fac: ed. W. Blades (London, 1877; repr. London, 1974)
Related resourcesMicrofiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 2002. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 49 - Printing in England Part II, EN 170

Holdings

British LibraryBritish Library (IB.55004) (IB.55004 imperfect, wanting leaf [k]4, supplied in pen-and-ink facsimile. IB.55005 imperfect, wanting leaves [a]2, 8, [d]1, 8, [f]3, [k]3)
British Library (IB.55005)
British Isles (without British Library)Cambridge UL
Cambridge, Trinity College
Manchester JRL (2: 3478, 15542 (with colophon)
The NetherlandsThe Hague RL (Kerncollectie van Amsterdam BPH) (DeR 36.4)
Number of holding institutions11
Last Edit2017-08-18 08:22:20


Dits des philosophes [English] The dictes or sayengis of the philosophres. Translated from the French of Guillaume de Tignonville, by Anthony Wydeville (or Woodville), Earl Rivers

ISTC No.id00272000
TitleDits des philosophes [English] The dictes or sayengis of the philosophres. Translated from the French of Guillaume de Tignonville, by Anthony Wydeville (or Woodville), Earl Rivers
ImprintWestminster : William Caxton, [1477]
Imprint18 Nov. 1477
Format
NotesThe Manchester copy, Duff 123a, has an additional colophon with the date 18 Nov. 1477. L. Hellinga argues that the date is valid for this copy only: see Caxton in Focus (1982), pp.77-80
Reference worksGoff D272; HC 6284; Duff 123; DeR(C) 36; Cx 26; STC 6826; C.F. Bühler, in The Library ser 5, 8 (1953) pp.77-88; Morg(B) 673; Oates 4060; Huth XVIII (& pl); Pr 9622; BMC XI 108; Fac: Amsterdam, 1979 (English experience no.920); GW 8321; Fac: ed. W. Blades (London, 1877; repr. London, 1974)
Related resourcesMicrofiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 2002. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 49 - Printing in England Part II, EN 170

Holdings

British LibraryBritish Library (IB.55004) (IB.55004 imperfect, wanting leaf [k]4, supplied in pen-and-ink facsimile. IB.55005 imperfect, wanting leaves [a]2, 8, [d]1, 8, [f]3, [k]3)
British Library (IB.55005)
British Isles (without British Library)Cambridge UL
Cambridge, Trinity College
Manchester JRL (2: 3478, 15542 (with colophon)
The NetherlandsThe Hague RL (Kerncollectie van Amsterdam BPH) (DeR 36.4)
Number of holding institutions11
Last Edit2017-08-18 08:22:20