Utrecht, gedruckt voor Simon de Vries, boekverkooper onder de Laeckensnijders int Paradijs. Gedrukt tot Utrecht door Lambert Roeck wonende in de Lange-nieustrat. Extremely rare. We could only trace one copy of this sixth volume in the De Vries-edition (Museum Plantin-Moretus). 12mo. Contemporary vellum(smudged), broken on first inner hinge. According to Keersmaekers the stories in Vol 6 are not by Bandello. Reinier Telle translated the originally Italian stories of this volume from the French into Dutch.
He asked his friend Bredero for a versification of the intermezzi. The text is complete, but the pages are misnumbered. , 698 pp. [skips p. 21, p. 321-330, p.419 numered as 371, p. 560 numbered as 661.] Frontispiece [by Reinier van Persyn].The drawing illustrates two moments from the second story: in the foreground the lovers are left behind on the island, while the boat returns to the ship; above a scene among the trees: the lady buries her dead husband. See: Keersmaekers, G. A. Brederos Vertaalde gedichten, 1981.