Siberch, John. Small 8vo. two-tone cloth. 47, (5) pages. Handwritten limitation on free endpaper states that this copy is number 120 of 150 printed. Besterman 5132. John Siberch (1476-1554), born Johann Lair, was the first printer at Cambridge, from 1521-1523, and is known to have produced at least 14 works while there. This 1906 work was meant as a supplement to an 1886 work by Henry Bradshaw. Introductory matter by Bowes is followed by a list by Gray of nine titles printed by Siberch, with notes on various extant copies or fragments, and by a brief account of Siberch. The 16 pages of facsimiles depict title pages, colophons, text pages, initials, etc.
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