Ars minor [fragment]
Donatus editions printed with the Saliceto type were set to either 26 or 27 lines per page, and range in extent from 12 to 16 leaves. The Saliceto type is named after a Prototypography Chancery folio edition that includes Gulielmus de Saliceto, De salute corporis, and other miscellaneous tracts, datable to not after 1472. The only American copy of this Saliceto tract is in the Scheide Library.
- Donatus, Aelius
- Hodgkin, John Eliot
- 1 incomplete leaf ; 20.3 × 9.4 cm
- [Netherlands : Prototypography (Type 5: Saliceto Type), ca. 1470-1475?]
- 1 incomplete leaf (fo. 3, Schwenke 11:8-15:29) of a 27-line edition in 15 leaves, printed with the Prototypography Saliceto type. Printed on vellum. Rubricated.
- Purchased by John H. Scheide at Sotheby’s, 25 July 1938, lot 193.
- Formerly owned by: Hodgkin, John Eliot (1829-1912).
- GW 8769/10.
- Goff D-325a.
- ILC 786.
- Invention and Early Spread of European Printing, no. 34.
- Princeton University. Scheide Library.. 4.2.3