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DIONYSIUS, the Cartusian (1402-1471), attributed (but GRUYTRODE, Jacobus de). Edited by: Petrus Danhauser. (late 15th century). - Specula omnis status humanae vitae. Nuremberg: Peter Wagner, 28 January 1495.First edition of this rare ascetic text mistakenly attributed to Dionysius Carthusiensis. The real author is Jacobus de Gruytrode, prior of the Charterhouse of the 12 apostles near Lyon.(220 x 155mm). Rubricated with some large initials and with some underlining in red, with final blank (e8 with small tear without loss, some occasional browning and spotting). Contemporary vellum, manuscript title on spine and on front cover (without ties, some stains). Provenance: some contemporary annotations.The lot is accompanied by an export license.ENDIONYSIUS, the Cartusian (1402-1471), attributed (but GRUYTRODE, Jacobus de). Edited by: Petrus Danhauser. (late 15th century). - Specula omnis status humanae vitae. Nuremberg: Peter Wagner, January 28, 1495.First edition of this rare ascetic text erroneously attributed to Dionysius Carthusiensis. The real author is Jacobus de Gruytrode, prior of the Charterhouse of the 12 Apostles near Lyon. (220 x 155mm). Rubricated with some large initials and some red underlining, with last blank (e8 with small tear without loss, some occasional browning and blooming). Coeval vellum, manuscript title to spine and front cover (no binding, some staining). Provenance: some contemporary annotations. A Certificate of Free Circulation is available for this lot.

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