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INCUNABULAR PRINTED LEAF). HIERONYMUS
EPISTOLAE
Sixtus Reissinger ca. 1467, Rome. 330 x 230 mm. (13 x 9"). Double column, 50 lines, roman type. With one four-line manuscript initial in blue. Date is as noted by D.E. Rhodes in "The Library," 6th series, 5 (1983), pp. 68-71; Goff H-163; BMC IV, 27; ISTC ih00160800. Apparently washed (painted initial faded and with faint overall residual yellowing), but a clean and fresh leaf from what is generally accepted as the first book printed in Rome.
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