In Epistolas M. Tullii Ciceronis quae Familiares Vocantur Paulli Manutii Commentarius.
Venice: Aldus the Younger,
Aldus the Elder printed broadside catalogues of books for sale in 1498, 1503, and 1513, and his heirs published a fourth catalogue around 1527. When Aldus the Younger revived the practice in the 1580s, he did so by printing the catalogues as part of regular publications. These later catalogues listed books as old as the 1525 Galen, and are the first instance of publishers’ catalogues being included in their own publications.