Incipi[u]nt [con]suetudines feudorum.

Accession number: 
PML 23584
Uniform title: 
Libri feudorum.
Argentinensis: Heniricum Eggesteyn, M.cccc.lxxij. xvii. k[a]l[ends] octob[r]is [15 September 1472].
[39] leaves ; 37.5 cm (fol.)
Credit Line: 
Purchased in 1926.

PML Checklist attributed authorship to Obertus de Horto.
Title from incipit, leaf [1]/2r.
Imprint from colophon, leaf [4]/8r: Hic feudo[rum] vsus liber. vnacu[m] apparatu. suis rub[ri]cacionibus peroptime distinctus Per venerabilem ph[ilosoph]ie magistrum. ac inclite Argentine[n]sis ciuitatis ciue[m] bene meritu[m] D[omi]n[u]m Heniricu[m] Eggesteyn artis impressorie p[er]itissimu[m] su[m]ma cu[m] dilige[n]cia ac maturitate impressus. Anno .M.cccc.lxxij. xvii. k[a]l[ends] octob[r]is.
Printed in Eggestein's types 2**:133G and 4:99G.
Collation: [1-3¹⁰ 4⁸; 5¹]: 39 leaves. Leaf [5]/1 is a list of rubrics, preserved in only a few copies (see GW).
Paper format: Royal folio.
Incipit rubric and colophon printed in red.
PML copy leaf dimensions: 36.8 x 26.5 cm.
PML copy with leaf [5]/1 bound first.

18th-century German half calf, with marbled paper sides, over paper boards (37.5 x 27 cm), sewn on 5 supports. Plain paper pastedowns and endleaves; red edges.
Variant Title: 

Libri feudorum


Hand decoration: Contemporary rubrication, alternating red and blue initials, red rubrics, paragraph marks, and capital strokes. Annotations: A few later (17th/18th century) marginal notations, and headlines and tituli numeration.

Joseph Baer, Lagerkatalog 725, no. 204; Pierpont Morgan Library, purchased from Baer, April 1926.