Johannes Chrysostomus: Dialogi de dignitate sacerdotii.
[Urach: Conrad Fyner, 1483-85?]
Fol. [1-48 54].  leaves.
ISTC ij00283000; Goff J283; BMC II 613 (IB. 9014); Bod-inc J-125.
Ascribed by Proctor to Esslingen, by BMC and Bod-inc to Urach.
|Bound with:||The fourth of five incunabula bound together. Bound with: (1) Johannes Chrysostomus, Commentarius in epistolam Sancti Pauli ad Hebraeos. [Urach: Conrad Fyner, not after July 1485]; (2) Johannes Chrysostomus, Homiliae super psalmum L. [Urach: Conrad Fyner, 1483-85?]; (3) Johannes Chrysostomus, De compunctione cordis. [Urach: Conrad Fyner, 1483-85?]; (5) Johannes Chrysostomus, Sermones morales XXV. [Urach: Conrad Fyner, 1483-85?]|
|Provenance:||Pickering & Chatto, booksellers and publishers, London (firm founded in 1820 by William Pickering, continued by his son, Basil Montagu Pickering, and purchased by Thomas Chatto in 1878): sold book to William Euing; item 680 in an unidentified Pickering catalogue (see below).
William Euing (1788-1874), insurance broker, Glasgow: purchased from Pickering 31 Oct. 1854; Euing’s acquisition note with price code in pencil on verso of front free endpaper “31-10-54 No 680 Pick g/-” together with an early Euing inventory number “78” in pencil (“680” repeated in ink).
Stirling’s Public Library (now part of the Mitchell Library), Glasgow: bookplate inscribed “A donation from Wm. Euing Esq”.
|Binding:||18th/19th-century red paper-covered pasteboards decorated with a blind-roll border; spine and edges repaired with red morocco; marbled endpapers. Size: 294 x 212 mm.|
|Leaf size:||285 x 202 mm.|
|Annotations:||Marginal annotations in a humanist hand on 1/7r; “nota” marks on 1/7r and 1/7v; 19th-century price “£3.13.6” in pencil on front flyleaf; 19th-century number “S122” in pencil on front pastedown.|