The Aldine edition of Reuchlin Oratio pro Philippo Bavariae is very rare indeed, but there are copies in Munich, Stuttgart, and Zurich. Giorgio Uzielli's copy is listed in the supplement to the American census of incunabula which had not yet appeared at the time the events in this story took place. This copy is now at the University of Texas. The rarity of the Greek Horae is noted by Dibdin: "It is perhaps not too much to affirm, that the present is the Rarest Aldine volume which exists," and by a Sotheby cataloguer: "The rarest of all the early Aldines." However, the Horae is not so rare as the Reuchlin; there are ten copies in the American census, five in the Italian census, and there are copies in the British, Bodleian, and Rylands Libraries.
It is appropriate to note here that one supposed fifteenth- century Aldine, Politian La giostra di Giuliano de' Medici (Copinger 4808), as listed by Burger, is a bibliographical ghost.