Assertionis Lutheranae Confvtatio Ivxta Vervm ac Etiam Originalem Archetypum
Shoults Fb 1545 F
[Paris: Charlotte] Guillard
This Latin edition of Assertions on Luther (1545) by John Fisher (1469-1535) was printed by Charlotte Guillard (d.1557), who over a lengthy career became one of the most important printers of the Latin Quarter in Paris. It seems Guillard was destined for the print world. After being widowed twice – first from printer Berthold Rembolt, then from Claude Chevallon, a bookseller and printer – she took over both businesses, and ran them efficiently. She owned five printing presses, had 25 employees, and a stock of 13,000 books. The books Guillard produced, like this one, were recognized for their beauty and accuracy.
John Fisher, “Assertionis Lutheranae Confvtatio Ivxta Vervm ac Etiam Originalem Archetypum,” ourheritage.ac.nz | OUR Heritage, accessed December 12, 2023, https://ourheritage.ac.nz/items/show/11314.