Historia intellectualis

1. Auctores
Joachimus Scoerbroot (scriptor)

2. Bibliotheca: manuscripta
a. tituli omnium operum
- Graduale (1506)
- Tituli librorum Dionysii Cartusiensis / Scoerbroot Joachimus O.Cart. (= infra 2 b)
b. opera monachorum Lovaniensiusm
c. opera monachorum non-Lovaniensium
Joachimus Scoerbroot
- Tituli librorum Dionysii Cartusiensis
d. opera monachorum non-cartusiensium
e. opera ex indicibus codicum manuscriptorum
f. opera e donationibus testamentisque

3. Bibliotheca: impressa
Een meditatie ende oeffeninghe op die passie ons Heeren Iesu Christi, met schoone figuren en[de] ghebeden verciert
Louen [Leuven]: Hieronymus Welle, 1561

bibliotheca Brussel, Koninklijke Bibliotheek
sectio Kostbare Werken
signatura LP. 9. 126 A
origo Leuven: kartuizers (“voor die Satroosen tot Louen”)
biblio Aanwinsten Koninklijke Bibliotheek Albert I. Driemaandelijks informatiebulletin, 34:1 (1990), 1-2 (notitie Elly Cockx-Indestege in bijlage)

• Nider, Johannes O.P., Consolatorium timoratae conscientiae
Köln: Drukker van Augustinus' De fide, ca. 1473

bibliopola H.M. Fletcher, Much Hadham, Herts. (2000)
origo Leuven: kartuizers
possessores Wodhull Michael1
Goldwater Walter
Abrams George2
biblio Fletcher, H. M. Antiquarian Catalogue 126, Much Hadham (Herts.) 2000, 33
internexus GW M26811
ISTC in00165000
USTC 747467

Psalterium (met Cantica)
Köln: Ulrich Zell (of Peter Schoeffer), ca. 1468 of ca. 1475

bibliotheca Oxford, Bodleian Library
sectio Incunabula
signatura Bod-Inc: P-499
origo Leuven: kartuizers (“Carthusianorum Louanientium”)
possessores Osborne Thomas
Harley Edward4
internexus Bod-Inc: P-499
GW M36184
ISTC ip01039800
USTC 741619
  • 1. Zie ook over deze Engels boekenverzamelaar en dichter: https://doi.org/10.1093/ref:odnb/29818.
  • 2. Amerikaans verzamelaar van Nederlandse prenten in 2012 nog in leven.
  • 3. Beschrijving volgens de catalogus
    A rare edition by an unnamed Cologne printer.
    Nider, Johannes (c. 1380-1438), Consolatorium timoratae conscientiae.
    [Cologne: Printer of Augustinus - De fide, c.1473] — £ 10000.
    Second edition, with the addition of an alphabetical table of contents not in the first edition (U. Zell, 1470 [ ISTC in00164000]).
    Quarto, 147 leaves (of 148, lacking last blank), gothic letter, 4-line intitial-spaces with minute manuscript guide-letters, initials, capital-strokes, paragraph marks and underlinings all supplied in red, traces of contempory ms. quiring on some leaves, early inscription at head of first page, occasional very light browning but a good clean copy, bound in late 18. century English mottled calf, gilt, arms of Michael Wodhull on upper cover, joints expertly repaired.
    i) Carthusian monastery at Louvain – inscription on fol. 1a liber domus beate magdelane sub croce in louanio fratrum ordinis Carthusiensis ex importatione fratris florentii de haerlem ([PCBR 1999]dl. 2, 341, nr. LoM037).
    ii) Michael Wodhull, with his arms in gilt on front cover and typical note of purchase and collation on fly-leaf. Bought at White’s sale for £ 5.5.0 … April 29. 1795 … collated perfect … finished reading Nov. 4. 1798, etc.
    iii) Walter Goldwater with bookplate (sale Swann’s 5. Dec. 1985).
    iv) George Abrams with book label.
    The "Augustinus De fide" Press in an anonymous Cologne shop which issued eleven quartos and two folios, probably within a short interval. Three of these are dated 1473 and several others bear purchase or rubrication inscriptions of 1473-4. Its single fount is a variant of the type presumably cut by Johann Veldener, and used by several Cologne shops c. 1469-75, including William Caxton’s first shop. The occurrence of minute ms. guide-letters in brown ink may be noteworthy; we have seen them several times before, in books produced in Cologne by Ulrich Zell.
    A very rare edition. There is now no copy in America (Goff lists this copy only); no copy in the British Library; and no copy in Italy.
    Goff N-165 (this copy); HC 11808; not in BMC or I.G.I.; Polain (B) 2843 (1 copy); IDL 3370.
  • 4. Zie ook: Wikiwand.