[Stock catalogues: Lists: numbered series: 30] Mediaeval literature; education; universities
London, E.P. Goldschmidt & Company Limited, 
(25 cm), 52 pp., illustrations. 314 items; priced. Publisher’s printed wrappers. - The first five items are manuscripts, among them (item 1, £27) Albertus de Saxonia, “Sophismata”, written in Italy in 1402, later bound in England using 13th century waste vellum leaves bearing a list of books presented to an East Anglian monastic library, probably the Carmelite convent at Ipswich, with donors names (sold to Ipswich Public Library). ¶ The four-page insert (”List 30: Appendix: Recent Acquisitions”, describing items 315-342) is not present in this copy. Unmarked copy.