André, de Neufchâteau, Primum scriptum Sententiarum. 1514. 2°. Paris: Guillaume Desplains, for Nicolas Des Prez and Jean Granjon.

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André, de Neufchâteau, active 14th century.
Primum scriptum Sententiarum editum a fratre andrea de nouo castro.
[Paris]: Venundatur Parrhisiis a Iohanne Grantion [sic]. [Colophon:] De nouo impresse fuerunt Parisius in claustro brunelli Impensis Iohannis Granion [pr. by G. Desplains], [1514].
2°: π⁴ a–z⁸ &⁶ ʔ¹⁰ aa–hh⁸ ii⁶.
Printed in Paris for Jean Granjon with the typographical material of Guillaume Desplains, with the title-page compartment of Nicolas Des Prez.
Parliamentary privilege to Jehan Granjon, for 3 years, dated 3 October 1514, noting that printing had already started.
Dated from the privilege grant and the arms of Louis XII.
Signature pattern: ‘$.1.’–‘$.4.’ or ‘$.5.’.
Catchword pattern: none.
Types: Rot6 (190mm); T17 (112mm); Rot47 (81mm); Rot81 (63mm).
Initials: 15; 22; 28.
Devices: Renouard 395 (J. Granjon); Renouard 233 (N. Des Prez).
Illustrations: fleur de lys, 59×39 mm; arms of Louis XII and Anne de Bretagne.
Adams A1049.
Inventaire chronologique 1514, no. 751.