BMC VIII 232: "115G. [P. 1*], text type, closely akin to 116 G. [P. 1], but differing in practically all its sorts. The upper case
differs most conspicuously in D (crude, open above to left), O, P (heavy), S (taller, with wider upper curve). In the
lower case, a is very peculiar, neither loop being closed and the upper loop line slanting so as to leave a gap between
it and the upright of the lower part; wide e leaning to left, very narrow hand p, crushed-looking final s, with serifs,
and long-headed t are also characteristic. This type is reproduced as type 1 on plate 2123 of the Gesellschaft für
Typenkunde. Used in the Mandeville of 1480 (IB. 41516) (M20430) and in three undated books, none of the four, however,
containing a printer's name."