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Catalogus universalis pro nundinis Francofurtensibus vernalibus, de anno MDCLVII : hoc est, designatio omnium librorum qui hisce nundinis autumnalibus, vel novi, vel emendatiores, & auctiores prodierunt. Das ist = Verzeichnuss aller Bücher, so zu Franckfurt in der Herbstmess, Anno 1657 entweder gantz neu, oder sonsten verbessert, oder auffs neue widerumb auffgelegt, in der Buch-Gassen verkaufft worden, Cum Gratia & Privilegio Sac. Caes. Majest.

Publication:
Francofurti : Impensis & typis Sigismundi Latomi, Anno MDCLVII [1657]
Format/Description:
Conference/Event
Book
[24] p. ; 20 cm. (4to)
Conference Name:
Frankfurter Buchmesse 1657
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Verzeichnuss aller Bücher, so zu Franckfurt in der Herbstmess, Anno 1657 entweder gantz neu, oder sonsten verbessert, oder auffs neue widerumb auff gelegt, in der Buchgassen verkaufft worden.
Catalogus universalis pro nundinis Francofvrtensibvs vernalibus de anno
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s&us 4.4. e-o- puEj (3) 1657 (R)
Subjects:
Frankfurter Buchmesse 1657 -- Catalogs.
Early printed books -- 17th century -- Bibliography -- Catalogs.
German imprints -- 17th century -- Bibliography -- Catalogs.
Booksellers and bookselling -- Germany -- Frankfurt am Main -- Early works to 1800.
Book industries and trade -- Germany -- Frankfurt am Main -- Exhibitions -- Catalogs -- Early works to 1800.
Fairs -- Germany -- Frankfurt am Main -- Catalogs -- Early works to 1800.
Form/Genre:
Booksellers' catalogs -- Germany -- Frankfurt am Main -- 1657.
Place of Publication:
Germany Frankfurt am Main.
Notes:
Produced under the supervision of the Frankfurt City Council. See Thompson, James Westfall. The Frankfurt Book Fair (Chicago, 1911), p. 83.
Signatures: A-C⁴.
Woodcut title vignette: arms of Frankfurt am Main; woodcut initial; head-piece.
Local notes:
Culture Class Collection copy vol. 2 is bound in a portion of a parchment bifolium from a liturgical ms., probably a missal, ruled in ink and written in Latin in dark ink, in a Gothic bookhand with initials in red or red and blue and rubrics and capital strokes in red. Left board: Texts for two of a series of votive Masses to be said on particular days of the week (one involking the aid of the angels [Wednesday] and one headed "Fe[r]i[a] [quinta] de ca[r]itate" [i.e. Thursday for charity]'. Right board: texts for a Mass in honor of the Virgin Mary.
Culture Class Collection copy is no. 16, vol. 2 in a collection of Catalogues of the Frankfurt Book Fair, issued between 1603 and 1659 in Germany.
Penn Chronology:
1657
Contributor:
Latomus, Sigismundus, printer.
OCLC:
868028710