Opuscula. S.l.n.d. Venice, Octavianus Scotus, 1483. In-4, brown half-basane with small corners, spine with dumb nerves (Binding from the first quarter of the 19th century).
GW, 2863. - HC, 1946. - Pellechet, 1458. - Goff, A-1216.
Second incunabulum edition of the collection of St Augustine's opuscules, including the Meditations, the Soliloquies, the Manual, etc.
The editio princeps seems to have appeared in Krakow or Augsburg around 1475.
Printed in Gothic characters on two columns.
Two handwritten ex-libris at the foot of the first leaf of the text, one covered with a strip of paper, and the other, affixed to it, crossed out with a pen. Large stamp and stamps of a foreign library, unidentified.
The first and last leaves, blank, have not been preserved. Wet spots and stains, mostly on the upper corners of the notebooks. Two blunt corners.
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