This collection is composed of 6 sets of digital images: a total of 141 images of printed letters and complementary signs. The sets represent the variety of type used to print the Dictionarium juventuti studiose in the year 1551. This small dictionary had been considered lost until very recently. It is now available at
Bibliographical description:
Author: Jerónimo Cardoso
Editor: not identified
Translator: non applicable
Corrector: not identified
Short Title: Dictionarium Iuventuti Studiose
Place of Print: [Coimbra]
Printer/s: [João de Barreira & João Álvares]
Publisher: not identified
Date of Print: [1551]
Ownership Marks: Leite de Vasconcelos (manuscript on the board/pastedown)
List of Contents: Index (starts with officia at signature Aiii) + Dictionarium
Colophon: not identified
Paper: very thin
Page Size: 12º cut to 120x60 mm
Column Area: 105x48mm
Printing Area: 33 lines of text
Quires: 6 (2 folios missing in the beginning; last quire incomplete)
Signatures: Aiii - F numbered on rectos
Guide Letters: non existent
Woodcuts: Yes / monkey sitting on pot on folio 3r, barred f lower motif on 65r + illustrated capitular C
Copperplates: non existant
Illustrations: non existant
Printing Color: Black
Catchwords: Yes
Marginalia: non existant
Interlinear Glosses: non existant
Language/s: Latin
Type/s: Roman + Inclined capitulars
Editions: 1551 / 1562 / 1587
Location of Copies: 1551 Biblioteca da Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa - RES-93 / 1562 - Biblioteca de Évora - RES 8-A + 259-C / 1587 Biblioteca Pública Municipal do Porto - X1-3-44
Assorted signs
Italic Majuscules 8pt
Numerals 8pt
Roman Alphabet 8pt
Roman Alphabet 14pt
Roman Capitals 20pt
Roman Majuscules 10pt

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