Baptista, Mantuanus, Works. 1513. 2°. Paris: Josse Badius, for himself, Hanse de Coblencz, the Marnef brothers, Jean Petit and Denis Roce.

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1 October 1513
Baptista, Mantuanus, 1448-1516.
Primus [–tertius] operum B. Mantuani Tomus.
[Paris]: Parrhisiis Sub diuo Martino [address of D. Roce, or] Sub Pelicano [address of Marnef]. [Colophon 1:] praelo Ascensiano ad Idus Iunias. M.D.XIII. [Colophon 2:] In aedibus Ascensianis ad Idus Iunias. M.D.XIII. [Colophon 3:] Ex calchographia nostra, ad Kalendas Octob. M.D.XIII. [1513].
2°: πa⁶ a–z & A–G⁸ H⁴; Aa–Xx AA–EE⁸ FF¹⁰; AAA⁴ aaa–zzz⁸ &&&⁶ ʔʔʔ⁶.
Copies are also recorded with the addresses or devices of Badius (Renouard 22), Jean Petit (Renouard 887), and Hanse de Coblencz (Renouard 187).
Badius’s preliminary letter is dated ‘Ex calchographia nostra idus iunias 1513’.
Signature pattern: ‘$’–‘$.v.’.
Catchword pattern: none.
Types: Rot3 (180mm); R4 (108mm); R16B (76mm); R10 (91mm); R20 (68mm).
Initials: 13; 27; 45.
Devices: Renouard 718 (Marnef brothers); Renouard 1005 (D. Roce).
Illustrations: Compartment C.
Adams M386.
Inventaire chronologique 1513, no. 723.
Renouard, Badius, ii, 139–43.
Imprimeurs parisiens, ii, no. 232.
[IS000771]11405.i.15 (vols 1 and 2; device of Marnef)
837.i.1/2 (device of D. Roce)