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1598. BOOK: (INCUNABULUM). GREGORII PAPE, SANCTI [GREGORIUS I]: MORALIA (...) IN BOOKS BEATI JOB UNA CUM DUABUS TABULIS: QUORUM UNA: SERIATIM OIA PUNCTA BIBLIE: ALTERA IPSIUS SANCTI GREGORI MELIUFLUS SENTENTIARUM FLORES CONTIEN. Brixie [Brescia]: Angelus Britannicus, June 2, 1498. 8th major. Very small gothic typeface. 51 lines. Two-column text. Woodcut capital letters. 426 h. (unnumbered), including the last white one. Beautiful binding signed BRUGALLA, in full dark brown leather with the printed planes of various cold irons forming a plate, double golden fillets on the edges and eyebrows, nerves and cold irons on the spine and gothic golden lettering for the title, the three golden cuts. Beautiful incunabulum and thick volume magnificently printed on high quality paper, with some small restored gallery. This edition contains the entire text of the Morales of San Gregorio. It is an appreciated edition. Copinger 2780. Goff G-434.

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