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Sermones vademecum

[Strassburg: Johann Prüss 1487-93]

Provenance

Hilprand Brandenburg of Bibrach (d. 1514; woodcut bookplate, hand-colored); manuscript presentation on front free endpaper to Carthusian convent of Buxheim; convent dissolved in 1803; library conveyed to Graf von Ostein; in 1810 to Graf von Waldbott-Bassenheim, whose heirs sold it at auction at Carl Förster, Munich, 20 Sept. 1883; Kurt Wolff (Baer auction. 6, 5 Oct. 1926, lot 278); Maggs Bros., London, cat. 656 (1938), no. 310; Sotheby's London, 14 Mar. 1949, lot 184; Heinrich Eisemann, London, from whom purchased by MFA, June 12, 1952.

Credit Line

William A. Sargent Fund

About 1487–93

Place of Publication

Strassburg

Catalogue Raisonné

Goff J-442; BMC I 128

Accession Number

52.613

Medium or Technique

Printed book, unillustrated, with hand-colored woodcut bookplate

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Prints and Drawings

Classifications

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