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Le terze rime di Dante

Label
Le terze rime di Dante
Title
Le terze rime di Dante
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Former owner
Subject
Genre
Language
lat
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Citation location within source
  • nos. 59, 59.5
  • p. 34, no. 5
  • no. 385
  • D-23
  • p. 209
  • no. 52
Citation source
  • UCLA Library. The Aldine press: catalogue of the Ahmanson-Murphy Collection
  • Rénouard, A.A. Annales de l'imprimerie des Alde (3. éd.)
  • Gamba, B. Serie dei testi di lingua
  • Adams
  • BM STC Italian, 1465-1600
  • Aldine press books at the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, the University of Texas at Austin
Index
no index present
LC call number
PQ4302
LC item number
.B02
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Le terze rime di Dante
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "The first Aldine edition of Dante's Commedia, which is also the first edition of this compelling classic in pocket format. Bibliographically the edition is important as the first octavo Aldine to make use of Aldus's famous anchor and dolphin printer's device -- some copies also exist without the device, which was not yet ready when the book first went to press. The text of this edition -- the first published in the sixteenth century -- enjoyed an unparalleled authority for over three centuries, for it served as the basis for nearly all subsequent editions, including the influential text published by the Accademia della Crusca in 1595"--E.K. Schreiber Rare Books June 2015 List, no. 9
  • Colophon: Venetiis in aedib. Aldi. accvratissime. men. Avg. M.DII
  • Signatures: a-z8 (l2 blank), A-G8, H4
  • On verso of t.p.: Lo 'inferno e 'l Pvrgatorio e 'l Paradiso di Dante Alaghieri
  • Capital spaces with guide letters at the beginning of the three parts
Dimensions
17 cm (8vo)
Extent
[244] leaves
Lccn
27001189
Note
  • Special Collections copy 1: first issue, without the anchor and dolphin device on final leaf. Bound in red morocco by Trautz-Bauzonnet of Paris; outer and inner panels of pairs of double fillets, inner panel with arabesque cornerpiece; gilt double fillet on board edges; gilt spine panels; gold-stamped spine title "Le terze rime di Dante. Venetiis 1502;" all edges gilt over marbling; marbled endpapers; blue silk bookmark. Bookplate of Templeton Crocker.
  • Special Collections copy 2: 15 cm. second issue, with the Aldine device on verso of final leaf. Bound in 19th-century brown goatskin over boards by London binder, Francis Bedford, whose gilt stamp appears on turn-ins ("Bound by F. Bedford"); decorated in "French renaissance" style; outer double fillet border, enclosing geometric inner double panel with lozenge centerpiece; vine leaf and flower cornerpieces; gold-stamped spine title "Le terze rime di Dante. Venet. Ald. M.D.II"; all edges gilt; vellum endpapers; remnants of blue silk bookmark.
  • Clark Library copy: bound in old vellum; armorial bookplate of Charles Cammell.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)03850670
  • ucoclc3850670
Label
Le terze rime di Dante
Publication
Note
  • "The first Aldine edition of Dante's Commedia, which is also the first edition of this compelling classic in pocket format. Bibliographically the edition is important as the first octavo Aldine to make use of Aldus's famous anchor and dolphin printer's device -- some copies also exist without the device, which was not yet ready when the book first went to press. The text of this edition -- the first published in the sixteenth century -- enjoyed an unparalleled authority for over three centuries, for it served as the basis for nearly all subsequent editions, including the influential text published by the Accademia della Crusca in 1595"--E.K. Schreiber Rare Books June 2015 List, no. 9
  • Colophon: Venetiis in aedib. Aldi. accvratissime. men. Avg. M.DII
  • Signatures: a-z8 (l2 blank), A-G8, H4
  • On verso of t.p.: Lo 'inferno e 'l Pvrgatorio e 'l Paradiso di Dante Alaghieri
  • Capital spaces with guide letters at the beginning of the three parts
Dimensions
17 cm (8vo)
Extent
[244] leaves
Lccn
27001189
Note
  • Special Collections copy 1: first issue, without the anchor and dolphin device on final leaf. Bound in red morocco by Trautz-Bauzonnet of Paris; outer and inner panels of pairs of double fillets, inner panel with arabesque cornerpiece; gilt double fillet on board edges; gilt spine panels; gold-stamped spine title "Le terze rime di Dante. Venetiis 1502;" all edges gilt over marbling; marbled endpapers; blue silk bookmark. Bookplate of Templeton Crocker.
  • Special Collections copy 2: 15 cm. second issue, with the Aldine device on verso of final leaf. Bound in 19th-century brown goatskin over boards by London binder, Francis Bedford, whose gilt stamp appears on turn-ins ("Bound by F. Bedford"); decorated in "French renaissance" style; outer double fillet border, enclosing geometric inner double panel with lozenge centerpiece; vine leaf and flower cornerpieces; gold-stamped spine title "Le terze rime di Dante. Venet. Ald. M.D.II"; all edges gilt; vellum endpapers; remnants of blue silk bookmark.
  • Clark Library copy: bound in old vellum; armorial bookplate of Charles Cammell.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)03850670
  • ucoclc3850670

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