Institvtionvm Imperialiu[m], siue (si malis) Elementorum iuris prude[n]tiæ libri Quatuor.


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195, (5), (140) p. 19th-century Leather binding, 12° H. 11 x L. 8 x W. 2 cm. With a contemporary hand-coloured title and several hand-coloured capitals. Old annotations in the margin. Claude Chevallon, 1479-1537, was a medieval French printer. His printer’s mark had been two horses. He added the sun to this when his shop merged with the shop of his wife Charlotte Guillard, whose husband Berthold Rembold, also a medieval printer, died two years before. Ex-libris: Emil Dopheide. This second edition is not in WorldCat.