Georg Mittelhus

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Georg Mittelhus
1488-1503

Libraire-imprimeur

Isaac did not list any books for the press of Mittelhus. The Inventaire chronologique has entries for each of the years 1501, 1502 and 1503. Up to 1492: rue St-Jacques, près le Petit Pont, à la Clef-d’Argent, dans la maison de Hacqueville.

References
Renouard, Répertoire, p. 310.
BMC viii, pp.124-129.
Claudin, ii, pp.5ff.
BnF Data: Georges Mittelhus (1460?-1503?)
Devices
Renouard 779, Renouard 780, Renouard 781 (not used in the books recorded here).
Types
Name Size Dates Notes
Rot69 62 1494-1502 BMC’s 63G
Rot40 92 1496-1502 Claudin ii, p.12; BMC’s 96G?
Rot7 160 1488-1502 Claudin ii, pp. 5, 8, 9; BMC’s 150G.
Initials
No initials are recorded for his 15th-century books. One 29 mm initial in a book of 1501 (attributed).
Signatures
$i-$iij
Catchwords
none.

26 April 1501
Ovid, 43 B.C.-17 A.D. or 18 A.D.
De remedio amoris cum commento.
[Paris]: [Colophon:] parisius exarati. [pr. by G. Mittelhus, for M. Le Noir] Feliciter expliciunt. Ex die .xxvi. Aprilis .M.CCCCC.i. [1501].
4°: a–l⁶.
Printed in Paris with the typographical material of Georg Mittelhus, with the device of the bookseller Michel Le Noir.
[View full record]11355.bbb.26.
1502
Sulpitius Verulanus, Joannes, active 15th century.
Carmen iuuenile S. Verulani de moribus in mensa seruandis.
[Paris]: [pr. by G. Mittelhus?] feliciter finit anno. M.ccccc.ii. [1502].
8°: A⁸.
Possibly printed in Paris with the typographical material of Georg Mittelhus.
[View full record]C.107.a.28.

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