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De optimo reip. statv, deqve noua insula Vtopia, libellus uere aureus, nec minus salutaris quàm festiuus, clarissimi disertissimiq[ue] uiri Thomae Mori inclytæ ciuitatis Londinensis ciuis & vicecomitis. Epigrammata clarissimi disertissimiq[ue] uiri Tho...

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Names
More, Thomas, Sir, Saint (1478-1535) (Author)
Dates / Origin
Date Issued: 1518 (Inferred)
Place: Apud inclytam Basileam
Library locations
Rare Book Division
Shelf locator: *KB 1518 (More, T. De optimo reip. statv, deqve noua insula Vtopia)
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Utopias
Genres
Books
Notes
Content: Roman, Greek and Hebrew type (Proctor 14177); 26 lines. With catchwords, headlines, initials (mostly ornamental orhistoriated), marginalia, paging and signature marks. Withborders on p. [17] and t.-p. to each part. Printer's marks(Heitz: Basel, 31-33) at end of each part.
Content: Signatures: a-s⁴, t-u⁶, x-z⁴, A-l⁴, K⁶, L-T⁴, V⁶.
Content: With bookplate of Henry Porcher.
Content: Imperfect: several leaves cropped.
Content: Parts 1 and 2 each have separate colophon, and part 1 a second colophon with place and date only.
Content: Border on p. [17] signed: Hans Holb, t.-p. border to part 2 signed: H H.
Content: Colophon: [Printer's mark] Basileae, Apvd Io. Frobenivm mense martio, an. M.D.XVIII.
Ownership: 94192B.
Physical Description
Extent: 355 (i.e. 359), [1] p. illus. 21.5 cm.
Type of Resource
Text
Identifiers
NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b14353517
Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): dba54360-c605-012f-57c1-58d385a7bc34
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