Robert de Gourmont

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Robert de Gourmont
1498-1518

Imprimeur-libraire

In partnership with Antoine Denidel from 1498 and his successor from 1501. His output is mostly undated, the first dated volume being from 1508. Renouard notes that he must have been working from at least 1506.

Addresses
1498–1500 Prope collegium de Coqueret, and in intersignio Cornu cerui (near the collège de Coqueret, at the sign of the hartshorn), also in collegio Trigueti (in the collège de Tréguier).
After 1500   in clauso Brunelli, sub intersignio cornu Dammae (in the clos Bruneau, at the sign of the hartshorn), and in angiportu clausi Brunelli ad signum cornu Dammae (in the alley of the clos Bruneau, at the sign of the hartshorn)
References
Renouard, Répertoire, 177-78.
BnF Data: Robert de Gourmont
Devices
Renouard 379 1502-1508
Types
Name Size Dates Notes
T31A 65 1498-1503
T— 102 1503
T17 112 1502
Rot62 75 1498-1504
Initials
spaces and guide letters
Signatures
‘$’ and ‘$i’ – ‘$.ii’ or ‘$ii’ or ‘$.iii.’.
Catchwords
none.

7 September 1502
Bonaventure, Saint, Cardinal, approximately 1217-1274.
Dieta salutis a beato bonauentura vltimate emendatum.
Parisius: nouiter impressum. [Colophon:] Parisius impressus [pr. by R. de Gourmont]. Anno Millesimo quingentesimo secundo septima die mensis Septembris [1502].
8°: a–t⁸.
Printed in Paris, probably printed with the typographical material of Robert de Gourmont.
[View full record]1360.a.13(2).
1504
Tractatus de cognatione spirituali et legali.
[Paris]: [pr. by R. de Gourmont? for himself], [1504].
4°: A⁶.
Probably printed in Paris with the typographical material of Robert de Gourmont.
[View full record]IA.40798.
1505
Jouenneaux, Guy, -1507.
[Ad discipulos epistola.]
Guido iuuenalis ... ad discipulos Epistola.
[Paris]: [pr. by R. de Gourmont?], [c. 1505].
8°: a–b⁸ (b8 blank).
Printed in Paris probably with the typographical material of Robert de Gourmont c. 1505.
[View full record]1568/3810 (lacks title page)

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