1268. [Reformation - Melanchton]
8vo: -423 [= 424]-[1 bl.-18] pp. (sm. tear to upper margin touching the text on pp. 313-316, some soiling and spotting, sl. browning, light waterstaining in margin of last ff., sm. hole on last f. with a few letters losses).
17th-c. overl. vellum (some stains).
First edition and first state of one of the most important biographies of Melanchthon. Camerarius (1500-1574), who was a close acquaintance of Melanchthon and helped him to draw up the famous Augsburg Confession, reviewed a large amount of personal correspondence for his book, a fact which makes this work a valuable source even up to now. Contains on fol. A2r the catchword "stißi"; the variant "stißimum" is described as the second state of this edition.
Ref. VD16 C-502. - USTC 628743. - Adams C-420. - STC German (BL) 176.
Prov. Ms. entries on flyleaf. - Henricus Amadeus Machnizky, Polish bibliophile (bookpl., 18th c.). - Dr. J. Bierbach, Berlin (stamp, 1907).
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