Bouelles, Charles de, De intellectu. 1510 (1511 n.s.). 4°. Paris: Henri Estienne, for himself and Jean Petit.

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31 January 1511
Bouelles, Charles de, 1479-1567.
[De intellectu.]
Que hoc volumine continentur. Liber de intellectu. Liber de sensu. ...
[Paris]: [Colophon:] Emissum ex officina Henrici stephani. Impensis eiusdem et Ioanis parui in chalcotypa arte sociorum, Anno 1510. Primo Cal. Februarij. Parisiis [1510 (1511 n.s.?)].
4°: a–b⁸ c⁴ d–h⁸ i⁶ k² l–z A–C⁸.
Printed in Paris by Henri Estienne for himself and Jean Petit.
Sheet i appears to have been originally eight leaves (i⁸) with the final two leaves excised (leaves stubs in 528.m.1) and replaced by k².
The volume is folio in size but the chainlines are horizontal, suggesting that this is a quarto printed on very large sheets.
The state of Estienne’s Compartment I suggests that the book was printed in early 1511 n.s.
Signature pattern: ‘$’–‘$iiij’.
Catchword pattern: none.
Types: R6 (100mm); R16 (75mm).
Initials: 15; 28×22.
Illustrations: Compartment I; arms of François Hallouin; diagrams.
Adams B2623.
Inventaire chronologique 1510, no. 37.
[IS001221]528.m.1 (lacks d1 q8)