Sydrach. 1514?. 4°. Paris: widow of Jean Trepperel and Jean Jehannot

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Sidrach le grant philosophe Fontaine de toutes sciences Contenant mille nonante & quatre demandes et les solutions dicelles.
[Paris]: Imprime nouellement a paris [Colophon:] par la veufue feu iehan trepperel et Iehan iehannot, [1514?].
4°: A⁸ B⁴ C⁶ a–f⁴/⁸ g⁴ h–t⁴/⁸ v–z & ʔ⁴//⁸.
Printed before Jehannot became a ‘libraire juré’ (January 1515) and after the adoption of the system of quire numbers.
Quire number ‘xxviii.’ on title-page: the book has 28 gatherings (41 sheets).
Signature pattern: ‘$.i.’–‘$.iiii.’.
Catchword pattern: none.
Types: T8 (190mm); T16 (118mm); B11 (81mm).
Initials: 11; 15; 24×22; 42.
Lombards: 7.0; 11.0; 18.0.
Illustrations: woodcut, 86×110 mm, king on throne with courtiers, intact; woodcut, 90×112 mm, king and courtiers; woodcut, 89×99 mm, kneeling figure, king, courtiers.
[IS000504]715.f.32.