Cambridge, University Library (GB): Inc.Broadsides.2
AuthorLosa, Alphonsus de, commissary
TitleIndulgentia 1498. For the benefit of the confraternity of St. James of Compostella (Santiago de Compostela)
Imprint[Westminster : Wynkyn de Worde, about 1498]
Keywordstheology-practical; grants & licenses
Description of Copy
Holding InstitutionCambridge, University Library (GB)
NoteBegins: In dei nomine Amen Nouerint vniuersi cristifideles qualiter Sanctissim[us] dominus noster felicis recordacionis Innocentibus papa octau[us] concessit ...
Setting A, which is known in three states; cf. BM 15th cent. Line 1 ends "re"; line 12 begins "Et". Printed on the same sheet as setting B.
With woodcut facsimiles of the seal of the confraternity and de Losa's signature.
BM 15th cent., XI, p. 219
GW (Einbl.), 870
STC (2nd ed.), 14077c.86
Oates, 4135, 4137
Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich. : University Microfilms International, 1965. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm (Early English books, 1475-1640 ; 1026:10).
Inc.Broadsides : 2 copies (one cropped at right), printed on the same sheet as 2 copies of setting A. The two settings are printed in two parts on a whole sheet, one pair across the recto, the other in the same two settings on the verso. Second state. Traces of red seal at foot of both copies. The facsimile signature of the uncropped copy is endorsed in MS. Sheet measures 259 x 359 mm.
Inc.Broadsides: Fragment. Second state. Traces of red seal at foot.
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Original item identifier in source database: 5054017
PlaceCambridge (Geonames Id: 2653941)
NoteInc.Broadsides: Provenance: From the binding of: Biblia Latina. Venice : Paganinus de Paganinis, 18 Apr. 1495 (Oates 2029; binding Cambridge? : 'L.V.L.'). Volume sold Puttick & Simpson, 29 Oct. 1913 to P.M. Barnard of Tunbridge Wells who removed the indulgences and sold them separately (BM 15th cent.). From the library of A.G.W. Murray; given by D.W. Murray, 1919 (Oates). UkCU,Inc.Broadsides: Provenance: From the binding of: Biblia Latina. Venice : Paganinus de Paganinis, 18 Apr. 1495, see above. Given by P.M. Barnard, 1914 (Oates).
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
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