9 engravings, all factotums.
This is the same copy that is digitalized on Google Books and from which these images are taken.
French translation. Contains nine engravings at the beginning of some of the acts. All engravings are factotums of the characters, many of them repetitions. Only the engraving from act four has the characters' names identified them as Lucrecia and Celestina.
Marcelino Menéndez Pelayo, in "Ediciones de la Celestina", in volume II of La Celestina por Fernando de Rojas (Vigo: Eugenio Krapf, 1990), pg. LXX, cites this edition in the following way:
1542, Paris.-Title: "Celestine en laqvel|le est Traicte des deceptions de seruiteurs enuers leurs Maistres et 1 des Macquerelles enuers les Amoureux. On les vend a PARIS a la grant Rue sainct Jacques Par JEHAN FOUCHER. M.D.XLIl". Al fin: "Imprime a Paris par NICOLAS BARBONS impimeur. L'an M.D.XLII". Gothic letters. In octavo. , signs. a-z, de º except z which is a quarto. Brunet, Manuel, edic. 1860, t-i., coll. 1721 also cites this edition saying that it is the same translation that it is the same translation that served for the last two and that there are copies that have different editor names such as Pierre Sergent, Morice de la Porte or the bookseller, Oudin Petit. The
München Bayerische Staatsbibliothek has a copy of this edition.