BMC V 263: "74GA. [P. 1], small plain text type, very like Ratdolt 76 G. [P. 4] (= Type 6:76G bei Erhard Ratdolt (Venedig, Offizin 23)), and of the same
class as Jenson 84 (75) G. [P. 6] (= Type 6:75G bei Nicolas Jenson (Venedig, Offizin 2)), but not so narrow. Large F running out to an angle to left is characteristic; S is
rather small and flat; h with rounded tail which is apt not quite to reach the lower level of the line. The type is
practically pure in the 1478 Aquinas (lB. 20743) (= M46397), but alternative A (diamonded, with double line to left), C (rounded
like the Roman form) and I (wide, scrolled to left, as in Ratdolt 76 G. [P. 4]) occur, while high double slanting
hyphen is exclusively used. In the 1478 Bible (IB. 20745) (= GW04233) rounded C is the usual form, an alternative F (smaller)
and S (larger) occurs, scrolled I has not been noticed, while the hyphen is mostly of the single sloping variety.
V dropped below the line is frequent in the last quire and is characteristic of the 1479 Aquinas (IB. 20747) (= M46498)
throughout. This type forms the basis of 74GB (= Type 3:74G)."