Yesterday I bought two books. This is the first one: Sermones Fratris Gabrielis Bartelete (Sermons by friar Gabriel Barletta). Printed in Hagenau, then Germany, now France in 1514. The book has a great blind tooled pigskin cover with the original clasps still intact. This book is a so called post incunable. Books that are printed between 1455-1501 are called incunables, books printed from 1501-1540. The dates are arbitrary though. Next to collecting books, 3D animations are also a hobby to me, so I 3D scanned the binding and animated it in a free and open source program called Blender3D. Beautiful woodcut frontispiece. In the colofon you can read Anno Salutis MDXIIII (1514). See the last line of this text.