In the 1460’s, a German Monk, Werner Rolevinck, set out to write and illustrate the history of world from the time of creation down to his day. The manuscript ran to 30 vellum pages. Later printed in Latin, it was a huge best seller. One of the 13 remaining manuscript copies of “Fasciculus Temporum” sold yesterday at PBA Galleries in San Francisco for a disappointing $102,000. High estimate was $150,000.This “Fasciculus” is the last known manuscript copy in private hands. Rolevinck was a prolific author but his world history is recognized as his major work. He was only the second author to have his work printed while he was still alive. The hand written manuscript has three miniature paintings concerning Christ. The printed version only has B&W woodcuts.