Leonhard Wild (Venedig, Offizin 34)

1478-1481

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Typen

Type TW-ID M/Qu Nutzungszeit Beschreibung GfT
1:74G ma10342 M49 (Rotunda) 1478-1481 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)."
GfT 325
2:150G ma10343 M98 (Rotunda) 1480-1481 BMC V 264: "150GA. [P. 2], title type of a common Venetian style, resembling Reynaldus de Nouimagio's of the same measurement [P. 2] (= Type 2:150G bei Rainald von Nimwegen (Venedig, Offizin 29)), q. v., and very like De Strata 150G. [P. 2] (= Type 2:150G bei Antonius de Strata und Marcus Catanellus (Venedig, Offizin 47)). A double-backed to left and top curled to left, C, E with inner twist and nicked to left, D very broad, I, N (double-shanked), P (double-shanked) serrated to left, O, P,V with inner diamond, T with twisted shaft, peculiar disconnected-looking S. Dr. Haebler's M99. Lower-case rather small and light; h with curled tail level with line, straight-shanked r; no hyphen. Found pure in the 1478 Aquinas (IB. 20743) (= M46397)."
3:74G ma10344   M49, selten eingesprengt M47 (Rotunda) 1480-1481 Mischtype, wie Typ. Type 1:74G und zusätzlich viele Doppelformen, s. BMC
BMC V 263: "74GB., distinguished by Proctor as type 3 with the note 'like (perhaps =) type 1'. It contains a number of morc elaborate capitals (B, C, E, G, L, R, T double-shanked or -backed, V double-crossed, A, D, H, N, O, Q double-shanked and double-crossed, scrolled I in two sizes, alternative M like Dr. Haebler's M41 rarely found), but the original forms of F, M, P, S are retained and others persist as more or less frequent alternatives. The lower-case appears to be the same throughout, allowing for progressive wear; the hyphen is usually single, and in the 1480 Summa Hostiensis (IC. 20753) (= GW12234) two forms of occur. The 1480 Astesanus (IB. 20752) (= GW02757) contains the greatest proportion of ornate majuscules, the mixture varying from book to book. The two types were in used 1478, 1480, and 1481."
4:60G ma10345 M43 (Rotunda) 1479-1479 In M26784 verwendet; der Nachdruck M26271, in dem der Name des Druckers getilgt wurde, ist in einer sehr ähnlichen Type gedruckt, die aber einen anderen Minuskelsatz verwendet und bei den Majuskeln zusätzlich eine leeres A einsetzt (vgl. BMC V xxi, 583). Lt. BMC ist diese Ausgabe als 'pirated edition' anzusehen. Es könnte sich jedoch ebenso um eine Variante bzw. einen Neuguss der Type in Wilds Besitz handeln.
BMC V 264: "60 G. [P. 4], small text type, resembling 74GA. [P. 1] (= Type 1:74G) on a reduced scale, but with different M, which is wide and fantastic. The minuscules are narrow or of medium breadth; h has curled tail level with line; 9 is small and rudimentary, like a comma; no hyphen. Indistinguishable from Scotus's type of the same measurement [P. 1] (Type 1:60G bei Octavianus Scotus (Venedig, Offizin 46)), except that this has a hyphen. Found only in the Auximo, Supplementum, 14[7]9 (IA. 20749) (= M26274)."
5:110G ma10346 M20 (Rotunda) 1479-1479 Maß nicht exakt zu bestimmen, da nur Einzelzeilen
BMC gibt nur 110mm an, d.h. kleiner Haeblers Angabe; dieses Maß besser, da Type jeweils für 2 Zeilen von Type 4:60G gesetzt ist, also maximal 120mm/20 Z. messen kann
B2 mit Dorn
BMC V 264: "110G. [P. 5], heading type with ornate capitals, very closely resembling De Colonia & Manthen 107G. [P. 15] (= Type 15:107G bei Johann von Köln und Johann Manthen (Venedig, Offizin 17)), q. v., but without tied ſt. The measurement is approximate. Found only in the Auximo, Supplementum, 14[7]9 (IA. 20749) (= M26274)."
6:150G ma10347 M65A (Rotunda) 1478-1480 BMC V 264: "150GB. [P .6], title type with different capitals and larger-faced lower-case than the preceding (= Type 2:150G), only L (serrated to left) being apparently common to both. Indistinguishable from Renner's type of the same measurement [P. 3] (= Type 3:150G bei Franz Renner (Venedig, Offizin 6)) (from whom it may have been taken over), but without the alternative waved S. Found pure, except for alternative I from 150GA., in the 1478 Bible (IB. 20745) (= GW04233). The measurement is approximate."
7:110R ma10348 Q (keine Klassifizierung) (Antiqua) 1480-1480 Nur KolTit in GW12267
BMC V 264: "110R., not distinguished by Proctor, majuscules only, used for the head-lines of the 1480 Summa Hostiensis (IC. 20753) (= GW12234). Square face; M has straight shanks; the tail of R is straight and rather short. The usual Q is that of 110 G. [P. 5] (= Type 5:110G), but a peculiar rough Q which may be the usual Q beaten into a roman shape and a smallish roman Q with horizontal tail are also found. The measurement is approximate."
8:110G ma10349 (Rotunda) 1479-1479 B1 leer
BMC V 264: heading type with plain capitals, not distinguished from the preceding (Type 5:110G) by Proctor. Indistinguishable from A. de Siliprandis 104 G. [P. 1] (= Type 1:104G bei Aloysius Siliprandus (Venedig, Offizin 30))
Lt. BMC nur am Anfang (Bl. 2 u. 3) von M26274

Rubrikzeichen

Rubr. TW-ID Form Nutzungszeit Beschreibung GfT
α ma10350 normale Form 1480-1480 breit, Spitzen lang
zu Type 3:74G
β ma12551 normale Form 1480-1480 größer als α

Alternative Namen

Leonhard Wild für Nikolaus von Frankfurt; Leonhard Wild für Tommaso Trevisano

Personen, die mit dieser Offizin in Verbindung stehen

Wild, Leonhard; Trevisano, Tommaso; Nikolaus von Frankfurt

Literatur

  • Needham: Publ. 66