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1534.NT.eng.CvRwid.a

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TitleThe new Testament as it was written, and caused to be written, by them which herde yt. Whom also oure saveoure Christ Jesus commaunded that they shulde preach it unto al creatures. The Gospell of .S. Mathew The Gospell of .S. Marke The Gospell of .S. Luke The Gospell of .S. Jhon The Actes of the Apostles. [...] [in red and black] (+1r) vol.1 p.+1rpage
Bible books in editionNew Testament complete
Printer/PublisherRuremund, widow Christoffel van
Place of publicationAntwerp
Year of publication1534
Remarks
Related personsRuremund, widow Christoffel van [Endhoven, widow Christoffel of] (printed and published by)
Joye, George (corrector of the edition)
LanguageEnglish
TranslationWilliam Tyndale; George Joye
Contains illustrationsyes

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Bibliography

Format16
Number of pagesunknown
Prologueno
Epilogueno
Preface on bible bookno
Authorisationno
Announced on title pageno
Volumes

Volume 1

TitleThe new Testament as it was written, and caused to be written, by them which herde yt. Whom also oure saveoure Christ Jesus commaunded that they shulde preach it unto al creatures. The Gospell of .S. Mathew The Gospell of .S. Marke The Gospell of .S. Luke The Gospell of .S. Jhon The Actes of the Apostles. [...] [in red and black] (+1r) vol.1 p.+1rpage
Imprint
Colophon
Collation+8 a-z8 A-H8 (256 fol.)
Fingerprint000016 - a1=a2 +2 $xx [signature +2 in red and black] - b1 a1 cal : b2 H4 e$&$B
Contents +1r title; +1v almanac 1526-1543; +2r-+7v calendar; +8r-g6v Mat; g7r-m2r Mk; m2v-t5v Luk; t6r-B1r Jo; B1v-H8v Acts
Place of publicationAntwerp
Year of publication1534
Remarks on place/yearsee vol. 2
Text area82 x 45 (height x width); 32 lines

Volume 2

TitleThe Epistles of the Apostle .S. Paul. To the Romayns. To the Chorinthians. ij. To the Galathians. To the Ephesians. To the Philippians. To the Collossians. To the Tessalonians. ij. To Timothe. ij. To Titus. To Philemon. The Epistles of .S. Peter. ij. The Epistles of .S. Jhon. iij. The Epistle unto the Ebrues. The Epistle of .S. James. The Epistle of Jude. The revelacion of Jhon. (Aa1r) vol.2 p.Aa1rpage
Imprint
ColophonHere endeth the new Testament diligently oversene and corrected, and prynted now agayn at Antwerpe, by me wydowe of Christoffel of Endhoven In the yere of oure Lorde. M.CCCCC. and .xxxiiij. in August (Bbb1v) vol.2 p.Bbb1vpage
CollationAa-Xx8 Aaa-Bbb8 Ccc6 (192 fol.)
Fingerprint000016 - 1b1 Aa2 loued : 1b2 Xx4 f$the$dr - 2b1 Aaa1 es,$of$ : Ccc3 er$or$a$
Contents Aa1r title and printer's device (initials C.E.); Aa1v blank; Aa2r-Cc8v Rom; Dd1r-Ff6v 1Cor; Ff6v-Hh5r 2Cor; Hh5v-Ii4v Gal; Ii5r-Kk4r Eph; Kk4v-Ll1v Philip; Ll2r-Ll6v Col; Ll7r-Mm3r 1Thess; Mm3v-Mm6r 2Thess; Mm6r-Nn4r 1Tim; Nn4r-Nn8r 2Tim; Nn8v-Oo3r Tit; Oo3r-Oo4r Phil; Oo4r-Pp2r 1Pet; Pp2v-Pp6r 2Pet; Pp6v-Qq4r 1Jo; Qq4r-v 2Jo; Qq5r-v 3Jo; Qq5v-Ss6v Hebr; Ss7r-Tt4v Jam; Tt4v-Tt6r Jude; Tt6v-Bbb1r Rev; Bbb1v colophon; Bbb2r-Ccc6v liturgical calendar; Ccc6v registrum
Place of publicationAntwerp
Year of publication1534
Remarks on place/year
Text area82 x 45 (height x width); 32 lines

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Typography

Foliatedno
SignedSign. 4/8 vol.1 p.h1rpage
Number of columns1 column vol.1 p.h1rpage
Book headingsyes; The Gospel of .S. Marke. vol.1 p.g7rpage
Chapter headingsyes; The .ij. Chapter. vol.1 p.h1rpage
Running headsyes; The Gospell of .S. Marke.; The .ij. Chapter vol.1 p.g8vpage vol.1 p.h1rpage
Summaries of chapters no
Printed annotationsno
Scriptural referencesyes; outer margin vol.1 p.h1rpage
Numbered versesno
Ornamentsyes; on title pages
Ornamental initialsyes
Primary typefaceGothic vol.1 p.h1rpage
Specific typeface51 x 1.5

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Illustrations

Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 11H(JEROME)12x48C162x1

Iconclass11H(JEROME)12,48C162
DescriptionSt. Jerome as Doctor of the Latin Church in his study with book, pen and ink; lion and cardinal's hat beside him, arch, archivolt ~ architecture
Pages vol.2 p.Aa1rpage

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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 11H(JOHN)x7

Iconclass11H(JOHN)
Descriptionthe apostle John the Evangelist; possible attributes: book, cauldron, chalice with snake, eagle, palm, scroll
Pages(vol.1 p.t6r) (vol.2 p.Tt6v)

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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 11H(LUKE)511x4

Iconclass11H(LUKE)511
DescriptionSt. Luke painting or drawing the Madonna from memory
Pages vol.1 p.m2vpage

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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 11H(MARK)12x3

Iconclass11H(MARK)12
DescriptionSt. Mark the evangelist writing the Gospel, usually a (winged) lion present
Pages vol.1 p.g7rpage

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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 11H(MATTHEW)12x7

Iconclass11H(MATTHEW)12
DescriptionSt. Matthew writing the Gospel, usually the angel present, dictating or assisting him
Pages(vol.1 p.+8r)

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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 11H(PAUL)x32

Iconclass11H(PAUL)
Descriptionthe apostle Paul of Tarsus; possible attributes: book, scroll, sword
Pages vol.2 p.Aa2rpage

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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 48C161(+0)x48A98311x11G1911x6

ORNAMENTCODE48C161(+0),48A98311,11G1911
Descriptionvariant, foliage ~ ornament, cherubs, i.e. children's heads with wings
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 48C161(+0)x48A98311x11G1911x7

ORNAMENTCODE48C161(+0),48A98311,11G1911
Descriptionvariant, foliage ~ ornament, cherubs, i.e. children's heads with wings
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 48C161(+0)x48A9831x31A221x11G1926x2

Iconclass48C161(+0),48A9831,31A221,11G1926
Descriptionvariant, foliage, tendrils, branches ~ ornament, head (human), angel(s) with other object(s), e.g. weapons
Pages vol.1 p.+1rpage

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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 49M431x45C19(SHIELD)x49L16x48A9823x1

Iconclass49M431,45C19(SHIELD),49L16,48A9823
Descriptiondevice (trade-mark of Ruremund, Christoffel van and widow), protective weapons: shield, letter combinations such as letterword, anagram, letter square, monogram, etc. (C E), ornament ~ hybrid beings; human and animal forms mixed
Pages vol.2 p.Aa1rpage

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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73E5x33

Iconclass73E5
DescriptionPentecost: the Holy Ghost descends upon (Mary and) the apostles, sometimes Paul and/or representatives of the nations present (Acts 2:1-4)
Pages(vol.1 p.B1v)

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References

Bibliographic references

DM Rev 12 Herbert, A.S. Historical Catalogue of Printed Editions of the English Bible 1525-1961 revised and expanded from the edition of T.H. Darlow and H.F. Moule, 1903. London, 1968.

NK 2485 Nijhoff, Wouter and M.E. Kronenberg. Nederlandsche bibliographie van 1500 tot 1540. 3 vol. 's-Gravenhage, 1923-71.

(R)STC 2825 Pollard, A.W., G.R. Redgrave, W.A. Jackson, Frederic Sutherland and Katharine Ferriday Pantzer. A short-title catalogue of books printed in England, Scotland and Ireland [...] 1475-1640. 2nd edition. 3 vol. London, 1976-91. (See also STC)

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Copies

London BL G.12180

Details 
SignatureLondon BL: G.12180
Autopsyyes
Missigningsvol. 1: k3 as k2, m3 as m2
Fingerprint variationsno
Binding
Bindmatleather
Number of raised bands4
Furnitureno
Fasteningsno
Otherdark blue morocco; gilt-stamped coat of arms of Thomas Grenville on front and back cover and on paste-downs; gilt-stamped ornaments on pastedowns; gilt ornamental edges. The copy is preserved in a book shaped box, covered with the same dark blue morocco.
Reproductions vol.1 p.bindbpage vol.1 p.bindrpage vol.1 p.bindvpage
Provenance'New Testament (by Tyndale & Joy) in 12 - Endhoven Antwerpen August 1534. The Bibliographers have all agreed in stating that only three copies of this rare edition are known - viz. in St Paul's Library - Ld Pembroke's at Wilton - & at Bristol from Dr Gifford. Dr Cotton, very curious in his researches on this subject, assures me that, after the most diligent examination of the above three libraries, he has ascertained beyond all question that the present edition is not in any of those 3 libraries, neither does he believe that any other copy than mine is to be found. It appears that when the Flemish booksellers began in August 1534 to print Tindale's English N. Testament they employed Joy to correct the prefs, in doing which he made several changes in it. Tindale, dissatisfied with this, had another edition printed at Antwerp by Emperour in November 1534 in the preface to which he complains of the changes made by Joy in the present edition, and particularly charges him with having studiously omitted or changed the word 'Resurrection' in many passages which Tindale quotes. Joy in reply wrote 'An Apology' in the same year 1534, which is now a rare tract. The present copy was bought by me from Thorpe who had putchased it from Constable at Edinburgh, after his bankruptey in 1826.' (pasted on fl3r)
Genealogical annotationsno
Handwritten annotationsno
Pendrawingsno
Rubricatedno
Initialsunworked
Other

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