Naturalis de Historia

As for the manuscripts, the incunabula  are also  part of two collections:

The incunabula of the Fondo Parmense were acquired through different sources: purchases, exchanges, books coming from the dissolution of religious orders.  With a few exceptions, the collection gathers all the copies bought by Paciaudi and by his successors and,  among these, the unique copy  of the Alphabet printed by Damiano from Moyle around 1480, many editions printed in Parma and some editiones principes as the commentary to the Trionfi by Petrarca , attributed to Filelfo, printed by Andrea Portilia in 1473.

The incunabula of the  Fondo Palatino were  part of the Bourbon library of Lucca .