Incunabula Short Title Catalogue

Jacobus de Voragine:
Legenda aurea sanctorum, sive Lombardica historia [English] The Golden Legend. Tr.: William Caxton

ISTC No.ij00148000
AuthorJacobus de Voragine
TitleLegenda aurea sanctorum, sive Lombardica historia [English] The Golden Legend. Tr.: William Caxton
ImprintWestminster : William Caxton, [between 20 Nov. 1483 and Mar. 1484]
Format
NotesWoodcuts
A substantial part of the work was set again and printed for a second issue; some copies are a mixture of both issues (BMC)
Reference worksGoff J148, J149; C 6472 (449 ff), 6473; Duff 408, 409; DeR(C) 98, 99; Cx 67; STC 24873, 24874; Pell(V) 110, 111; Pell Ms 6514 (6491); Hillard 1122; Delisle 1991; Sallander 2272; SI 2101; Oates 4087, 4088, 4089, 4090, 4091, 4105; Bod-inc J-068; Sheppard 7394, 7395, 7396-7397, 7398, 7407; Pr 9655, 9668; BMC XI 144; GW M11430; GW M11432
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 187
IISTC. Copy: London BL, C.11.d.8

Holdings

FranceChantilly MCondé
Paris Mazarine (imperfect)
New ZealandAuckland PL (imperfect)
SwedenUppsala UB (leaf C4 only)
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandAberdeen UL (with reset sheets)
British Library (C.11.d.8 = IB.55081, IB.55112) (Imperfect, wanting leaves [*]6 and B4, supplied in pen-and-ink facsimile. For the mixture of settings, see BMC)
British Library (C.18.e.2.(132.)) (Fragment of leaf b8, not in BMC)
Cambridge UL (6, 5 imperfect, 1 with reset sheets)
Cambridge, Corpus Christi College
Cambridge, Pembroke College
Glasgow UL (Hunterian, with reset sheets)
Hereford CL
Lincoln CL
Longleat (Sold Christie's, 13 June 2002, lot 41.)
Manchester JRL (2: 12018.1 (with kkii and kkiii reset), R4591)
Oxford Bodley (4, 2 mixed with reset sheets, 1 fragment)
United States of AmericaBoston Public Library (DeR 98.17, -24ff)
Library Company of Philadelphia (DeR 98.13, 304ff)
Library of Congress, Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection (DeR 98.27, -6ff)
Library of Congress, Rare Book Division (-128ff, + quires V-Z, z, 9, N, Q of 2nd setting; cf Rosenwald 404, copy 2)
New York Public Library, Rare Book Division (DeR 98.16, 396 + 8ff [Pickering copy] + 7ff [Offor copy] = 411ff + 9ff of 2nd setting)
New York, The Morgan Library and Museum (2, DeR 98.29, -160ff; DeR 98.32, -32ff; quires u-z, and F-X, aa-ff of 2nd edition)
Princeton Univ., Scheide Library (-49ff)
San Marino CA, Huntington Library (2, DeR 98.19, 44ff; DeR 98.15, mixed, -8ff; quires u9, F-X, aa-kk of 2nd setting)
Southern Methodist Univ., Bridwell Library (DeR 98.31, 362ff, mixed [Doheny copy])
Queried LocationsLongleat (sold 2002)
Number of holding institutions26
Last Edit2021-03-26 09:32:23
 

Jacobus de Voragine:
Legenda aurea sanctorum, sive Lombardica historia [English] The Golden Legend. Tr.: William Caxton

ISTC No.ij00148000
AuthorJacobus de Voragine
TitleLegenda aurea sanctorum, sive Lombardica historia [English] The Golden Legend. Tr.: William Caxton
ImprintWestminster : William Caxton, [between 20 Nov. 1483 and Mar. 1484]
Format
NotesWoodcuts
A substantial part of the work was set again and printed for a second issue; some copies are a mixture of both issues (BMC)
Reference worksGoff J148, J149; C 6472 (449 ff), 6473; Duff 408, 409; DeR(C) 98, 99; Cx 67; STC 24873, 24874; Pell(V) 110, 111; Pell Ms 6514 (6491); Hillard 1122; Delisle 1991; Sallander 2272; SI 2101; Oates 4087, 4088, 4089, 4090, 4091, 4105; Bod-inc J-068; Sheppard 7394, 7395, 7396-7397, 7398, 7407; Pr 9655, 9668; BMC XI 144; GW M11430; GW M11432
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 187
IISTC. Copy: London BL, C.11.d.8

Holdings

FranceChantilly MCondé
Paris Mazarine (imperfect)
New ZealandAuckland PL (imperfect)
SwedenUppsala UB (leaf C4 only)
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandAberdeen UL (with reset sheets)
British Library (C.11.d.8 = IB.55081, IB.55112) (Imperfect, wanting leaves [*]6 and B4, supplied in pen-and-ink facsimile. For the mixture of settings, see BMC)
British Library (C.18.e.2.(132.)) (Fragment of leaf b8, not in BMC)
Cambridge UL (6, 5 imperfect, 1 with reset sheets)
Cambridge, Corpus Christi College
Cambridge, Pembroke College
Glasgow UL (Hunterian, with reset sheets)
Hereford CL
Lincoln CL
Longleat (Sold Christie's, 13 June 2002, lot 41.)
Manchester JRL (2: 12018.1 (with kkii and kkiii reset), R4591)
Oxford Bodley (4, 2 mixed with reset sheets, 1 fragment)
United States of AmericaBoston Public Library (DeR 98.17, -24ff)
Library Company of Philadelphia (DeR 98.13, 304ff)
Library of Congress, Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection (DeR 98.27, -6ff)
Library of Congress, Rare Book Division (-128ff, + quires V-Z, z, 9, N, Q of 2nd setting; cf Rosenwald 404, copy 2)
New York Public Library, Rare Book Division (DeR 98.16, 396 + 8ff [Pickering copy] + 7ff [Offor copy] = 411ff + 9ff of 2nd setting)
New York, The Morgan Library and Museum (2, DeR 98.29, -160ff; DeR 98.32, -32ff; quires u-z, and F-X, aa-ff of 2nd edition)
Princeton Univ., Scheide Library (-49ff)
San Marino CA, Huntington Library (2, DeR 98.19, 44ff; DeR 98.15, mixed, -8ff; quires u9, F-X, aa-kk of 2nd setting)
Southern Methodist Univ., Bridwell Library (DeR 98.31, 362ff, mixed [Doheny copy])
Queried LocationsLongleat (sold 2002)
Number of holding institutions26
Last Edit2021-03-26 09:32:23