Incunabula Short Title Catalogue

Innocentius VIII, Pont. Max. (Giovanni Battista Cibo):
Indulgentia [Portuguese]. In favour of the war wounded, and for the construction of churches in Africa

ISTC No.ii00134500
AuthorInnocentius VIII, Pont. Max. (Giovanni Battista Cibo)
TitleIndulgentia [Portuguese]. In favour of the war wounded, and for the construction of churches in Africa
Imprint[Lisbon? : n.pr., about 1486-93]
Imprint[Braga : Johann Gherlinc, about 1492?]
FormatBdsde
NotesAlthough Haebler identified the types as Gherlinc's, Maria Valentina C.A. Sul Mendes, in Revista da Biblioteca Nacional [Lisbon] ser 2: 8 (1993), pp. 99-115, with plate, shows that the fount is different from that found in Gherlinc's signed work, and suggests an anonymous printer, perhaps working in Lisbon. The twelve different settings (only three of which are described in GW) are printed in four columns of three across a folio sheet
Reference worksGW(Einbl) 41a, 41b, 41c; Anselmo 13; IBPort 501 (pl.16); Oates 4227 and pl. VIII; GW 65; GW 66; GW 67; Haeb(GSpF) p.258
Related resourcesMicrofiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 2003. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 54 - Iberian Printing Part I, SP 57

Holdings

PortugalLisboa BN (1 f, with 6 different settings)
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandCambridge UL (2 ff, each with 6 different settings)
Number of holding institutions2
Last Edit2021-03-26 09:31:50
 

Innocentius VIII, Pont. Max. (Giovanni Battista Cibo):
Indulgentia [Portuguese]. In favour of the war wounded, and for the construction of churches in Africa

ISTC No.ii00134500
AuthorInnocentius VIII, Pont. Max. (Giovanni Battista Cibo)
TitleIndulgentia [Portuguese]. In favour of the war wounded, and for the construction of churches in Africa
Imprint[Lisbon? : n.pr., about 1486-93]
Imprint[Braga : Johann Gherlinc, about 1492?]
FormatBdsde
NotesAlthough Haebler identified the types as Gherlinc's, Maria Valentina C.A. Sul Mendes, in Revista da Biblioteca Nacional [Lisbon] ser 2: 8 (1993), pp. 99-115, with plate, shows that the fount is different from that found in Gherlinc's signed work, and suggests an anonymous printer, perhaps working in Lisbon. The twelve different settings (only three of which are described in GW) are printed in four columns of three across a folio sheet
Reference worksGW(Einbl) 41a, 41b, 41c; Anselmo 13; IBPort 501 (pl.16); Oates 4227 and pl. VIII; GW 65; GW 66; GW 67; Haeb(GSpF) p.258
Related resourcesMicrofiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 2003. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 54 - Iberian Printing Part I, SP 57

Holdings

PortugalLisboa BN (1 f, with 6 different settings)
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandCambridge UL (2 ff, each with 6 different settings)
Number of holding institutions2
Last Edit2021-03-26 09:31:50