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LEBEN DER HEILIGEN: WINTERTEIL UND SOMMERTEIL. TEXT FROM THE LIVES OF ST. HENRY II, HOLY ROMAN EMPEROR, AND HIS WIFE, ST. CUNEGUNDA

LEBEN DER HEILIGEN: WINTERTEIL UND SOMMERTEIL. TEXT FROM THE LIVES OF ST. HENRY II, HOLY ROMAN EMPEROR, AND HIS WIFE, ST. CUNEGUNDA

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LEBEN DER HEILIGEN: WINTERTEIL UND SOMMERTEIL. TEXT FROM THE LIVES OF ST. HENRY II, HOLY ROMAN EMPEROR, AND HIS WIFE, ST. CUNEGUNDA

by (INCUNABULAR LEAF WITH WOODCUT). JACOBUS DE VORAGINE

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Augsburg: Johann Bämler, 1480. 255 x 180 mm. (10 x 7"). Single column, 31 lines in bâtarde type.
Attractively matted. WITH A HAND-COLORED WOODCUT (68 x 80 mm.) SHOWING A SCENE FROM THE LIFE OF ST. HENRY II. Goff J-158; ISTC ij00158000; not in BMC. ◆A couple of small, faint brown spots, otherwise a fine leaf, clean and fresh with comfortable margins.
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Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts US (US)
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Title
LEBEN DER HEILIGEN: WINTERTEIL UND SOMMERTEIL. TEXT FROM THE LIVES OF ST. HENRY II, HOLY ROMAN EMPEROR, AND HIS WIFE, ST. CUNEGUNDA
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(INCUNABULAR LEAF WITH WOODCUT). JACOBUS DE VORAGINE
Book Condition
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Johann Bämler
Place of Publication
Augsburg
Date Published
1480
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Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books an Manuscripts was established in 1978 on a ping pong table in a basement in Kalamazoo, Michigan. From the beginning, its founder was willing to sell a range of material, but over the years, the business has gravitated toward historical artifacts that are physically attractive in some way--illuminated material, fine bindings, books printed on vellum, fore-edge paintings, beautiful typography and paper, impressive illustration. Today, the company still sells a wide range of things, from (scruffy) ninth century leaves to biblical material from all periods to Wing and STC imprints to modern private press books to artists' bindings. While we are forgiving about condition when something is of considerable rarity, we always try to obtain the most attractive copies possible of whatever we offer for sale.

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