Roger Augrain and François Bignet

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Roger Augrain and François Bignet
1502–1503

Imprimeurs-libraires

In the colophon of the Saint Augustine, Augrain and Bignet describe themselves as artis impressorie socios.

Address
In vico Sancti Stephani de Gressibus ad intersignium Nostre Domine (rue St-Etienne-des-Grès, à l’image Notre-Dame).
References
Renouard, Répertoire, 12.
Imprimeurs parisiens, i, 227-228, iii, 514-515.
BnF Data: Roger Augrain and BnF Data: François Bignet
Types
Name Size Dates Notes
T31A 61 1502/3 with looped L
Rot3 180 1502/3
R4 109 1502/3 Imprimeurs parisiens, i, no. 587, plate 42
Initials
spaces with guide letters.
Signatures
‘$i’-‘$iiii’.
Catchwords
none.

3 February 1503
Augustine, of Hippo, Saint, 354-430.
[Expositio de sermone in monte.]
Expositio be. augu. de ser. d[omi]ui [sic] in mo[n]te.
[Paris]: [Colophon:] Impressa Parisius per Rogerum augrain et Franciscum bignet. Tertia die mensis februarii. Anno Milesimo quingentesimo secunda [1502 (1503 n.s.)].
8°: a–h⁸.
[View full record]C.193.a.50 (lacks sigs d, e and g)
5 March 1503
Vergil, Polydore, 1470?-1555.
[De inventoribus rerum.]
Polydori Vergilii Vrbinatis de inuentoribus rerum libri tres.
[Paris]: [Colophon:] Impressum Parisius per Rogerum augrain et Franciscum bignet artis impressorie socios. Quinta die mensis Martii. Anno Milesimo quingentesimo secundo [1502 (1503 n.s.)].
4°: a–o⁶ p⁴.
[View full record]Ia.23513 (sig. a only)

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