Grande et merueilleuse Prinse que les Bretons ont faicte. 1515?. 8°. Paris: widow of Jean Trepperel and Jean Jehannot

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La grande et merueilleuse Prinse que les Bretons ont faicte depuis trois semaines en ca. Auec vnes lettres missiues enuoyees [a] sa dame en se mocquant delle. Et aussi la response de ladicte dame.
[Paris]: [widow of J. Trepperel and J. Jehannot], [c. 1515?].
8°: A⁸.
Printed in Paris by the widow of Jean Trepperel and Jean Jehannot, with the typographical material of the Trepperel workshop, c. 1515.
The first text is reprinted by A. de Montaiglon, Recueil de poésies francaises des XVe et XVIe siecles, Paris, 1865, ix, 327–336, from an undated manuscript at Soissons, apparently in ignorance of a printed version.
Inventaire chronologique 1529, no. 1776 is a different edition .
Types: T6 (230mm); T24 (96mm); B12 (81mm).
Initials: 12; 15.
Illustrations: woodcut of ship, sailors and sea monster, 57×46 mm; woodcut of two figures and two donkeys?, 56×46 mm, broken top rule.
[IS001968]C.107.k.2(1) (1st 2 and last 2 leaves only)