Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1968. Third impression. 8vo. xv, 155 pp. With frontispiece reproduction of the "Speculum Humanae Savationis" and several other plates illustrating the text. Original black cloth. NOT ex-library, NO markings or signatures, NOT a reprint. Trifle bit of foxing on fore-edge disqualifies this copy from being described as "near fine." Very good. Item #3099
Originally published in 1940, this is a highly interesting and very informative account of the invention and development of printing in Europe, written with great erudition. Contains a fascinating chapter on "The Evidence of the Manuscripts."