4to (213 x 147 mm). 476 leaves [complete]. Double column, 50 lines plus headline; 3- to 16-line initials supplied in red or blue; rubricated in red, capital strokes in red. (A few leaves with tiny holes or rust-holes touching letters.” Modern pigskin, title hand-lettered on bottom edge (lacking clasp). Provenance: early marginal annotations.
One of the earliest printed bibles in a smaller, more convenient format, of which Franz Renner was the pioneer. These Bibles were among the first intended for private use. BMC V, 198; Darlow & Moule 6086; Goff B-578; GW 4253; HC 3089*.
Property from the Collection of LSC Communications, Inc.