Incipit Sententiarum liber prim de misterio trinitatis, by
Call Number: Z241 1481 .P478
Publication Date: Nuremberg : Anton Koberger; 10 May 1481.
EXCERPTS FROM DESCRIPTION – Language: Latin. Book has been re-bound, late 18th or early 19th century, in mustard yellow leather with a lettering piece of leather stamped in gold on the spine reading "Lombardi Sententix". Originally bound in vellum with raised cords. Multiple watermarks throughout, most commonly a crown being pierced from the bottom with an awl or sword. Format:  leaves (leaves  and  blank) ; 33 cm (fol.). Special Collections copy is a Seeley Greenleaf Mudd gift to the Hoose Library of Philosophy. Fore edge is labeled in ink "Liber Sten 4". Contains annotations throughout in a contemporary hand. Rubricated in red and blue ink with many pen flourishes. Contains an illuminated initial on leaf 4 depicting St. Michael dividing his cloak with a beggar
Paper slip pasted on front non-original endpaper reads "INCUNABULA - LOMBARDUS (Petrus) SENTENTIARUM LIBRI IV. Gothic letter, double columns. 168 unnumbered folios, 57-55 lines to a page, with initial letters in blue and red, many with elaborate pen flourishes. On folio III is a large capital "V" in blue, occupied with a contemporary painting (2 7/10x2.5 ins) representing Saint Michael dividing his cloak with the beggar. folio, boards, vellum back (a few leaves lightly wormed, otherwise A FINE TALL COPY complete with the blank leaf at beginning and end), with some contemporary MS. marginal notes, £28. Nurnberg, Ant. Koburger, 1481. Hain 10188; Proctor 2002, According to Winship's Census, only one copy in the USA."