1521. Lugduni [Lyon]: Sumptu honesti veri Jacobi q. Fra[n]cisci de Giunta [et] socioru[m], 1521.
8vo, , CCCXIIII leaves [321 leaves], errors in foliation, title page in red and black with woodcut vignette of St. Thomas within full page woodcut border. Old limp vellum, backstrip lettered by hand, tail-band deteriorating, loss to margin of front free endpaper, some dampstaining and worming, a good copy with a modern bookplate on the front free endpaper and an early note at the foot of the title page "Coll. Par. Soc. Jesu."
§ An uncommon edition of Summa contra gentiles, one of Aquinas's best known treatises, written to explain and defend Christianity to nonbelievers, probably for the use of missionaries. OCLC: 53048260 (and other records). A scholarly collector has numbered the leaves in pencil and tipped in notes on the copy to the rear. Item #124004