Thomas More. Omnia, quae hucusque... Lovanii: 1565 (or 1566).

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    Thomas More. Omnia, quae hucusque. Lovanii: Petrum Zangrium, 1565 (or 1566). First Latin edition of More's complete works. Small folio. [6], 136 ff. Lacking title and final leaf, text is otherwise complete. Contemporary vellum (text has separated from binding). Worn, chipped, soiled. First A2 soiled, first few leaves heavily worn at lower corner with minor loss, pages 59 to 61 with a tear at the upper corner, minor loss. Edges to text block somewhat worn and dampstained with several creases. Title-page and final leaf supplied in photocopy. Fair. From the Krown & Spellman collection.

    This first Latin edition contains the first appearance of his work on Richard III, as well as Utopia, pamphlets against Luther, etc. Book was simultaneously published in 1565 and 1566 by Bogardus and Zangrius, and we are unable to identify which this is.

    Adams M1751.

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