962. [Germany - Nuremberg]
2 (of 4) parts in 1 vol., folio: [458 (of 468)]-[2 bl.]- ff., 72-73 ll., 2 col., Gothic types (1st quire of part 1 missing, 1st ff. loose, light water stains, stronger on a few ff., some soiling and spotting, tiny marg. wormhole on 1st ff., several single wormholes in last quire of part 3, contemp. ms. annot.).
16th-c. blind-ruled and -stamped sheep over bevelled wooden boards, covers with coat of arms, spine with raised bands, red edges (worn).
Part 1 and 3 of this incunable edition of the Latin Bible containing the Old Testament with the commentary of Nicolaus de Lyra (ca. 1270-1349). Contains, besides de Lyra's "Postillae", also the "Additiones" of the Spanish bishop Paul of Burgos (1353-1435), followed by a reply on this "Additiones", the "Defensarium" or "Responsiones" from the Franciscan Matthias Döring (1390-1469). Bible text printed in centre of pages with accompanying commentary of de Lyra around it. IIl. with 44 woodcuts, some full-page, alternating blue and red initials, capitals touched in red.
Ref. ISTC ib00614000. - GW 4289. - BMC II:431. - Bod-inc B-320. - CIBN B-430. - Polain 676.
Prov. Duke of Pomerania (panel-stamped coat of arms on covers).
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