John Chrysostom, Opera, in Latin
Gelenius, Sigismund (ed.) (1547) John Chrysostom, Opera, in Latin. [Image]
John Chrysostom, Opera, in Latin, ed. Sigismund Gelenius, vol. 1.
Early binding of blind-stamped pigskin over bevelled beech boards; formerly two straps from the back boards to brass catches at the front. At the head of the front board a title has been stamped in large gothic capitals. The edges stained green.
Pr. in 5 vols. by Hieronymus Froben, Basel, Aug. 1547.
On the front pastedown are at least four early ex libris inscriptions, all at least partly erased. Of one ‘Antonii Gab[ ... ]hig’ can be read, of another ‘Ex libris Matthei Marco’. On the title page are ‘Loci Capucinorum Radzerburgi’ (‘from the Capucin house at Ratzeburg’; Ratzeburg is east of Hamburg), and ‘Cathalogo Librorum Ioannis Caroli Lutter H?iteripens(is). ir 40’. With the bookplate of Francis Russell Nixon (first bishop of Tasmania), 1842. Given by him to the Library of Christ College.
|Keywords:||Hieronymus Froben, printer, Basel, printer's device, printer's mark, Francis Russell Nixon, bishop, bookplate, Tasmania, Christ College |
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