The incunabula collection consists of 44 texts published between 1470 and 1507 in Italy, France, and Germany. Most of the texts are in Latin, with one in German. The texts in the collection encompass subjects such as classics, Jewish history, Christian theology and cosmology, medicine, biography, history, rhetoric and grammar, mathematics, and natural sciences. The collection also includes a bible, a martyrologium, and a bestiary. Notable texts include both the Latin and German first editions of the Nuremberg Chronicle.