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Accession number: 
PML 21340
Joannes, of Hildesheim, d. 1375.
Valentie impressum : [Lambert Palmart], .M.CCCC.Lxxv. Die vero .xxiii. mensis Febroarii [23 February 1475]
[334] leaves ; 31 cm (fol.)
Credit Line: 
Purchased by J.P. Morgan, Jr., 1921.

Title from incipit, leaf [1]/2r.
Imprint from colophon, leaf [36]/10r: Presens huius Comprehensorii preclarum opus Valentie imp[re]ssum. Anno .M.CCCC.Lxxv. Die vero .xxiii. mensis Febroarii/ finit feliciter.
Printed in Palmart's type 1:103R.
On the printer, see BMC X p.xlv. Vindel and Goff attribute to Alfonso Fernández de Córdoba.
Collation: [1¹⁰ 2⁸ 3¹⁰ 4⁸ 5¹⁰ 6⁸ 7¹⁰ 8¹² 9⁸ 10-11¹⁰ 12⁸ 13¹⁰ 14-18⁸ 19-21¹⁰ 22⁸; 23-24¹⁰ 25⁸ 26-27¹⁰ 28-29⁸ 30-33¹⁰ 34⁸ 35-36¹⁰]: 334 leaves, leaf [1]/1 blank.
Paper format: Chancery folio.
PML copy leaf dimensions: 29.7 x 21 cm (temoin, leaf [16]/6: 29.7 x 22.2 cm).
PML copy missing 1 leaf: [1]/1 (blank). Leaf [31]/3 incorrectly rebound after leaf [31]/7.

16th/17th-century Spanish(?) blind-rolled calf over paper (printed waste) boards (31 x 22.5 cm), sewn on 3 supports; hinges repaired. Plain paper endleaves; plain endbands. Half-title leaf from Gregorius, Decretales cum glossa (Venice: De Tortis, 1498), ISTC ig00477500 visible inside front board. Text from an unknown 16th-century edition (close to Venice, 1574 edition) of Commentarii in Clementinas constitutiones visible inside rear board.
Variant Title: 



Hand decoration: Contemporary Spanish rubrication, alternating red and blue initials with blue/red penwork decoration, alphabetic headlines with penwork decoration, and yellow capital strokes. Annotations: No marginal notations in text. Contemporary quire numeration at top of first leaf and alpha-numeric signatures (mostly trimmed); quire numerals added to printed register (leaf [36]/10v).

Unidentified manuscript shelfmark: 22 and title in decorative frame: Vocabularum (fore edge); J.P. Morgan, Jr. (1867-1943), purchased from Maggs, Feb. 1921.