Clement V, Pope (c. 1264-1314) Constitutiones; [bound with] Boniface VIII, Pope (c. 1230-1303) Liber Sextus Decretalium, both Edited by Johannes Andreae (1275?-1348). Nuremberg: Anton Koberger, 1482. Folio, text printed in two columns with gothic type, rubricated in red and blue throughout with a large eighteen-line illuminated initial that incorporates a devilish face, fine red and blue penwork, including fine red tracery work; the Kyriss copy, with some contemporary marginalia; bound in full contemporary blind-tooled calfskin over wooden boards, two brass catches and clasps present, parchment pastedowns, rebacked, 13 1/4 x 8 3/4 in.
A10, B-G8, H2; a8, e-h6, i-o8, p6, q8.
Clemens: Goff C725; HC 5427*; Pell 2746 (II); Castan (Besançon) 347; Polain (B) 834 (II); Bod-inc C-370; Sheppard 1471; Pr 2015; BMC II 421; BSB-Ink C-444; GW 7095.
Boniface: Goff B993; HC(+Add) 3603*; Pell 2746 (I); Polain (B) 834 (I); Castan (Besançon) 246; IBP 1186; Walsh S-687A; Bod-inc B-471; Sheppard 1478; Pr 2018; BMC II 422; BSB-Ink B-713; GW 4868.
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