(Westminster: Wynkyn de Worde, 1527). 254 x 171 mm. (10 x 6 3/4"). Double column, 46 lines of text and headline in black letter type.
A few leaves with small woodcuts of saints (some of these ineptly painted with a light brownish wash). STC 24880. Slight, even overall browning, some leaves with large (faint) dampstain, but still excellent specimens of early English printing.
From the press of England's second most famous incunabular printer, Wynkyn de Worde (d.1534?), apprentice to William Caxton and successor to the business at the latter's death in 1491. (ST7232c1-12)
50 for regular leaves; $165 for leaves with uncolored woodcuts; $95 for the leaves with crudely colored woodcuts
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