“M. Fabii Quintiliani Rhetoris Clarissimi Oratoriarum Institutionum libri XII […] (Bound with:) Isagoge, de recto decem praedicamentorum usu, inter profitendum Dialectica Trapezontii, a Christophoro Hegendorphino, in rem studiosorum dictata. […] Verlag: Ad 1: Köln (Apud Coloniam Agripp.), In officina Gymnici, 1534. Ad 2: Hagenau (Haganoae), Per Iohannem Secerium, 1529., 1534 […] Verkäufer Antiquariaat Fragmenta Selecta (AMSTERDAM, Niederlande) […] 8vo. Ad 1: (XVI),783,(1 blank) p. Ad 2: (79),(1 blank) p. 16th century calf over wooden boards. 17 cm Two works on rhetoric (Ref: Ad 1: VD16 Q 93; Schweiger 2,843; cf. Fabricius/Ernesti 2,271; Graesse 5,528/29; cf. Ebert 18448. Ad 2: Not in VD16!, we nevertheless traced a few German copies in KVK) (Details: Back, with three raised bands, expertly repaired in antique style. Boards decorated with 2 rows of blind-stamped rolls, the first one with portraits, the second with floral motives. […]) (Condition: Boards chafed, portraits worn away. Some wear to the joints. Clasps and catches gone. Oval stamp on the first title; Ownership entry on the front pastedown” (Danke an JT)
Hannes Obermair erinnert an das “Ende eines Höllensturzes”.