[INCUNABULA REFERENCE]. Histoire litteraire de l'Alsace a la fin du XVe et au commencement du XVIe siècle (complete set of 2 vols.). Charles Schmidt.
[INCUNABULA REFERENCE]. Histoire litteraire de l'Alsace a la fin du XVe et au commencement du XVIe siècle (complete set of 2 vols.)
[INCUNABULA REFERENCE]. Histoire litteraire de l'Alsace a la fin du XVe et au commencement du XVIe siècle (complete set of 2 vols.)
[INCUNABULA REFERENCE]. Histoire litteraire de l'Alsace a la fin du XVe et au commencement du XVIe siècle (complete set of 2 vols.)
[INCUNABULA REFERENCE]. Histoire litteraire de l'Alsace a la fin du XVe et au commencement du XVIe siècle (complete set of 2 vols.)
[INCUNABULA REFERENCE]. Histoire litteraire de l'Alsace a la fin du XVe et au commencement du XVIe siècle (complete set of 2 vols.)
[INCUNABULA REFERENCE]. Histoire litteraire de l'Alsace a la fin du XVe et au commencement du XVIe siècle (complete set of 2 vols.)

[INCUNABULA REFERENCE]. Histoire litteraire de l'Alsace a la fin du XVe et au commencement du XVIe siècle (complete set of 2 vols.)

Hildesheim: Georg Olms, 1966. 2 vols., large 8vo. xxxi, 464; 2 ff., 440 pp. Original green cloth, gilt (spines a trifle faded). ADDED: photocopies from Gustav Knod, "Jacob Spiegel aus Schlettstadt: Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte des deutschen Humanismus" (Strassburg, 1884-6), specifically vol. I, pp. 35-45 and vol. II, pp. 19-31. NOT ex-library! Very good. Item #3137

Facsimile reprint of the original 1879 Paris edition, this is the indispensable guide to early Strassburg humanism, with special attention given to the scholar-printers of the period, including: Wimpheling (1450-1528), Sebastien Brant (1457-1521), Geiler de Kaysersberg (1445-1510), Pierre Schott, Sebastien Murr, Jodocus Gallus, Jacques Han, Jean Hugonis, Ulric Surgant, Thomas Wolf, Matthias Ringmann Philesius, Jean-Adelphus Muling, Thomas Vogler, Jerome Gebwiler, Ottmar Nachtgall, and Thomas Murner (1475-1537). There is an extensive 115-page bibliographical index which describes 356 works by 17 authors, and an index nominum.

Charles Schmidt was Professor Emeritus of the Faculte de Theologie at the Univ. Strasbourg, and was considered then -- as now -- the authority on the subject.

¶ From the famed Bibliotheca Bibliographica Breslaueriana (sale at Christies NY, 2005, lot 1235) and with B.H. Breslauer's circled accession number in pencil on the first blank leaves.

Price: $45.00

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