Accession number: 
PML 22296
Leo I, Pope, -461.
Rome : Conradus Sweynheym and Arnoldus Pannartz, [after 21 September] 1470.
[134] leaves ; 34 x 23.5 cm (fol.)
Credit Line: 
Purchased in 1924.

Collation: [1-11¹⁰ 12-14⁸]: 134 leaves, leaf [1]/1 blank.
Colophon (leaf [14]/8r): Aspicis illustris lector quicunq[ue] libellos / Si cupis artificum nomina nosse: lege. / Aspera ridebis cognomina Teutona: forsan / Mitiget ars musis inscia verba virum. / Co[n]radus suueynheym: Arnoldus pa[n]nartzq[ue] magistri / Rome impresserunt talia multa simul. / Petrus cum fratre Francisco Maximus ambo / Huic operi aptatam contribuere domum. .M.CCCC.LXX.
Edited by Johannes Andreas, bishop of Aleria.
On the dating see P. Scapecchi in The Library, 6th ser., 12 (1990) pp. 50-52.
Paper format: Median folio
PML copy leaf dimensions: 32.8 x 22 cm, trimmed.
Printed in type 2:115R.
The edition was printed from that of Lignamine, Goff L-131.
Title from ISTC.

18th-century English gilt-tooled citron morocco over paper boards (34 x 23.5 cm), sewn on 6 supports; repaired by Sanford & Clarke. Marbled paper pastedowns and fly leaves, with plain paper fly leaves; decorative endbands; gilt edges.
Variant Title: 

Checklist title: Sermones et epistolae


Hand decoration: Illumiatined white vine initial and border with flourished byzants, armorial cartouche in bottom margin left empty (leaf [1]/5r); rubricated, red and blue alternating lombards. Annotations: Contemporary marginal notations, washed/faded but visible.

Unidentified shelf mark: B3:43, 18th/19th century(?) (front fly leaf verso); Gustav Grunewald (1805-1878), monogram ink stamp (rear fly leaf recto and verso); Pierpont Morgan Library, purchased from J.L. Jordan, 1924.