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Plans for this ed. were begun in 1929. The Type was a modification of the 22 point Centaur. THe type page is severely simple and the only decorative effect is obtained through the use of the larger sizes of Centaur type for headings + the large initial letters. ($265 in boards) 2 ed. printed from the same type: 1) ready in Spring 1935 - with small margins on Wolvercote paper 12x16^4 which will fit the usual church lecturn. (1000 copies) 2) ready in Autumn - on English hand-made linen-rag paper 13x18 1/4" for the larger lecturns of cathedrals (200 copies)

O.T. page 1-783 Zachariah p. 975-782 Apocrypha page 789-962 N.T. page 985-1202

Vol. I O.T. Genesis - Ecclesiastes II O.T. - The Song of Solomon - Malachi Apocrypha THe New Testament HEHL 229575 - 2 vol. 1935 Signed by Rogers.

319000 - 2 vol 1935 White leather GerJack binding.

Early in Jan. 1939 Humphrey Milford of the Oxford Univ. Press, together with John Johnson. Printer to the Univ. invited Bruce Rogers to undertake the design of a new Oxford Bible. THe Bible completed 5 yrs. later contained 1238 pages.

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554 Pirages McMinnville, Oregon Sept. '01 $75.00

Franciscus de Insulis Michael (1435-1502). Quodlibet de veritate fraternitatis Rosarii seu Psalterii Mariae virginis Cologne: Arnold THer Hoernen, 1489 Ref: GOff F-297 HC 7343=13664 Pell 4919 Polain (B) 1512 1512 Pr 944 BMC I 207 Copy:HEHL, B Mawr CL, Liege, Biblio Nat.

ab8c10. 26 leaves, the first blank. 2a: 33 lines 139x79mm. Two to 4 line spaces left for capitals.

Type 88(84) [P2] smaller text type. It is mainly found in quite late books. 84mm - due to recasting.

Arnold THer Hoernen - 1st dated book, 1470. In 1477 he began to use signatures. His last dated book, 1 Feb. 1482. He must have died not long after this, as in Jan. 1485 his widow was the wife of Conrad Welker von Boppard, who carried on his business, perhaps in partnership with Theodoricus (Diederich Molner) his stepson.

HEHL 87507 rub. in red except for 1 blue Q my leaf c5(7) of 10 i.e. would be folio 20 - in HEHL copy pages numbered in brown ink - my leaf numbered page 39+40. TOtal 49 pages, 50 1, 2, (blank). - Franciscus de Insulis - (1435-1502) Dominican From 1490 in the service of emperor Maximilian I as Beichvater + educator of his children. He wrote the "Quodlibetica decisio" (Goff F-294) in 1494 - printed for the 1st time by Thieny Martens around 1496 at Antwerp.

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Basel: Bernhard Richel ? after 10 March 1476. Goff F-296 Probably an unauthorized edition of htis quodlibetal discussion on the Confraternity of the Rosary, founded at Cologne in 1475 by the Bominican Grand Inquisitor Jacob Sprenger (d. 1495) + the Dominicans did much to propagate the devotion. The 1st authorized ed. appeared in Cologne, 1480 (Goff F-297) + apparently refers to this ed. i.e. F-296 in the preface (see BMC + G.W.) Several works on the confraternity appeared in Basel at this time, + it was specially privileged by Sixtus IV.

Arnold Her Hoernen: 1470?-1482 (died 1484) - His printer's device, a minute shield bearing the initials of Ther Hoernen + his mark is probably the smallest printer's device ever used. - Successor of A. Ther Hoernen (Theodoricus or Conrad Welker of Bopard) - printer at Cologne between 1485+1490.

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Missal MSS on vellum in Latin See #497 #643 Flemish c. 1450 8 3/4 x 12 3/4"

- 27 lines in a single column, written in dark brown ink in a large Gothic script with red rubrics + capitals touched with yellow. Ruling - single bounding lines + horizontals with first + second lines extending to the edge of the folio. Script is below the top line. Both "at" in full as well as the crossed tironiar form. Forking at teh heads of ascenders. The number 64 written in light brown ink on upper left corner of verso. Marked 50-49 in pencil on lower right corner of rect. -Luke 23:10 - 23 % 40.

Within the Passion narrative may be found the letters c and s as well as a cross, which indicate the parts to be spoken by different persons in a dramatic liturgical dialogue. The cross indicates the parts for the representative of Christ (designated by a t in some MSS) The c identifies the parts of the narrator (cito) and the S the parts for the disciples + the crowd (sursum or sonoriter)

- passio dni nostri ihu xpi Sed'm lucam. - In a Missal appears the passion story as given by Matthew, Mark, Luke + John (each displaying the letters c, s, and a cross.)

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