In 1486 printer Joshua Solomon ben Israel Nathan Soncino, in Soncino, Italy, issued the first printed edition of the German-rite Haggadah together with a small Roman-rite mahzor prayer book which he called, in Judeo-Italian, Sidorello. Each work had a separate colophon and decorated woodcut initials but no illustrations.
Only two copies survived, one in the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, and the other in the British Library. ISTC no. ih00002700.
Yerushalmi, Haggadah and History. A Panorama in Facsimile and Five Centuries of the Printed Haggadah from the Collections of of Harvard University and the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, Philadelphia (1975) 19-20, plate 2.