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Bassée, Nicolas, -1601

LC control no.n 94116764
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Personal name headingBassée, Nicolas, -1601
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Variant(s)Bassaeus, Nicolaus, -1601
Basse, Nicolaus, -1601
Basse, Nikolaus, -1601
Bassée, Nicolas, d. 1601
Basseum, N. (Nicolas), -1601
Basse, Nicolas, -1601
Basseus, Nicolaus, -1601
Bassée, Nikolaus, -1601
Bassée, Nicolaus, -1601
Bassus, Nicolaus, -1601
Other standard no.0000000080056434
LocatedFrankfurt am Main (Germany)
Death date1601-10
Place of birthValenciennes (France)
Profession or occupationPrinters Publishers and publishing Booksellers and bookselling Bookbinders
Found inGerman Renaissance patterns for embroidery, 1994: t.p. (Nicolas Bassée) p. 4 (d. 1601; native of Flanders; emigrated to Frankfurt am Main in 1561; by end of 16th cent. was most successful publisher-printer of books in Frankfurt)
Eicones plantarum seu stirpium ..., 1590: t.p. (curante Nicolao Bassaeo) colophon (gedruckt ... durch Nicolaum Basseum)
Benzing, J. Die Buchdrucker des 16. und 17. Jahrhunderts ... (Nikolaus Basse; also Nicolaus Bassaeus, Nicolas Bassée; active in Frankfurt a/M 1562-1598; d. 1601)
Pictorius, G. Frauwenzimmer, ein nützliches Büchlein, darauss die Schwangeren Frawen mögen erlernen ... 1576: colophon (Nicolaum Basse)
Calendarium historicum, das ist, Ein besondere tägliche Hauss vnd Kirchen Chronica..., 1594: title page (Getruckt durch N. Basseum)
Katalog der Deutschen Nationalbibliothek, viewed March 1, 2022 (Basse, Nikolaus ; publisher, printer, bookbinder and bookseller, active in Frankfurt/Main (1562-1599) ; originally from Valenciennes (France) ; buried on October 28, 1601 ; his son Johann continued to run the book trade and publishing house together with his brother-in-law Johann Traudt until 1613 ; variants: Basse, Nicolas; Basseus, Nicolaus; Bassée, Nikolaus; Bassée, Nicolaus; Bassus, Nicolaus)
BnF, catalogue général, viewed March 1, 2022 (Basse, Nikolaus ; printer-bookseller, active in Frankfurt am Main, 1562-1601 ; originally from Valenciennes, son of a wealthy merchant in the city who converted to Protestantism and was executed on January 18, 1567 for having taken part in the August 1566 uprising and the Iconoclasm ; practiced as a bookbinder before 1562 ; retired and sold his printing press in 1598 but continued to publish and run the bookshop until 1601 ; often worked in association with the bookseller and engraver Sigmund Feyerabend between 1562 and 1576)
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