Title Liber chronicarum / [Hartmann Schedel].
Imprint Nuremberg : A. Koberger, 1493.
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Physical description 20 unnumbered pages, CCLXVI, 6 unnumbered pages, CCLXVII-CCXCIX, 3 unnumbered leaves (leaf 6 unnumbered pages (3rd group) and last 2 leaves blank) : illustrations (color woodcuts), maps, portraits ; (folio)
Note Commonly known as the Nuremberg chronicle.
3rd group (5 unnumbered leaves and a blank leaf) contains "De Sarmacia regione Europe".
References Hain-Copinger *14508
Poynter 532-533 and *18
Klebs 889.1
Goff S307
BM 15th cent., II, p. 437
Note Copy 1. Supplier/Donor: Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge, 5 - 10 December 1898. Height: 47 cm. Rubricated and with some hand colouring. Binding: 15th or early 16th century blind stamped calf (rebacked); one clasp complete and remains of the other clasp. Extensive contemporary ms marginal notes. Four blank leaves between f.cclviiii and cclxi (f.cclx missing) and six blank leaves added at end all with extensive ms notes. Book label of William Morris Kelmscott House.
Copy 2 Height: 45 cm. Some leaves supplied from a smaller copy. Binding: 18th century calf (rebacked). Signature of Thomas Garner (19th cent.) on flyleaf. MS note dated 1546 on f.cclviii verso.
Copy 3 Height: 43 cm. Fragment only: comprises fols. 267-278 and the unnumbered leaves, 'De Sarmacia'. Bought in 1898.
Variant title Nuremberg chronicle
Author, etc. Schedel, Hartmann, 1440-1514.
Koberger, Anton, approximately 1440-1513, printer.
Morris, William, 1834-1896, former owner. Copy 1.
Topic-LCSH World history.
Chronology, Historical.
Genre/Technique Incunabula.
Copy photo no. L 21262
L 51269 image used in World Digital Library
System no. .b12176515
Record no. 25929598