Enseigne des Deux Cygnes

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Enseigne des Deux Cygnes
c. 1514

Imprimeur, possibly in succession to (or at the premises of) the widow of Jean Ier Du Pré.

The sign of the Two Swans was the address of Jean Ier Du Pré and his widow Claire Dimanche who worked at the same address until 1507 and was still alive in 1513.

Addresses
At the sign of the Two Swans (calcographis et impressoribus duorum cygnorum), rue saint Jacques.
References
Renouard, Répertoire, 130–31.
Inventaire chronologique, 1514, no. 762.
Devices
None
Types
Name Size Dates Notes
T16? 116 c. 1514
Rot81 64 c. 1514
Initials
14 and 28 mm: possibly those of Nicolas Des Prez.
Signatures
‘$.j.’–‘$.iiij.’
Catchwords
None.

1514
Belleperche, Pierre de, -1308.
[Lectura super librum Institutionum.]
Lectura aurea excellentissimi viri ... dni Petri de bella Pertica: ... super librum Institutionum. Vna cum tabula ordine alphabetico.
[Paris]: Venundanturque parisius a Nicolao vaultier: et Karolo dude. [Colophon:] Impressum in vniuersitate Parisiensi [at the sign of the Deux Cygnes]. Expensis Nicolai Vvautier. Venundanturque apud dictum Vvautier et apud Karolum Dude, [1514].
8°: a–z & ʔ A–N aa⁸ bb⁴.
[View full record]1568/1382.

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