Earliest printing in England: an indulgence of 1476
Linotype & Machinery Limited, 1928 - 12 pagina's
This text describes and illustrates an indulgence printed by William Caxton at Westminster, which was issued by the Abbot of Abingdon to Henry Langley and his wife Katherine on December 13th, 1476.
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