Averroes: Colliget.

Ferrara:  Laurentius de Rubeis, de Valentia, et socii, 5 Oct. 1482.
Fol.   a12 b-d8 e6 f8 g-h6 i8 k6 l8 m6 n8 o-q6.   [116] leaves.
Woodcut printer’s device.
ISTC ia01411000; GW 3107; Goff A1411; BSB-Ink A-952.

GIP number: A130
Shelf-mark: Sp Coll  Hunterian Dk.2.8 (see main library entry for this item)
Variant: A variant issue is known, with colophon naming Venice as the place of printing (BMC V p. xxix, VI p. xi and GW);  this copy has “... In felici Fer||rarienſi Gimnaſio ...” in the colophon.
Bound with: First of five works bound together;  bound with:  (2) Bernardus de Gordonio, Practica.  Ferrara:  Andreas Belfortis, Gallus, 18 May 1486;  (3) Gentilis Fulginas, Consilium contra pestilentiam.  [Padua:  Laurentius Canozius, de Lendenaria, ca. 1475];  (4) Mundinus, Anatomia.  Bologna:  Johannes de Nördlingen and Henricus de Harlem, 20 Jan. 1482;  (5) Arcolani, Giovanni, Practica.  Venice:  Bernardus Vercellensis for Andrea Torresano, 1504.
Provenance: Bernhard Rottendorff, M.D. (fl. 1625), possible owner:  inscription on a1r (title-page) of fifth item in volume “Sum Bernh: Rottendorff Med: D.  M.DC.XXV”.
Bernhard Siegfried Albinus (1697-1770), German-Dutch anatomist:  sale (1771), lot 56.
William Hunter (1718-1783), physician and anatomist:  purchased at the Albinus sale;  see Hunter's marked-up copy of the sale catalogue.
University of Glasgow:  Hunterian bequest 1807;  Hunterian Museum bookplate and book label on front pastedown, with former shelfmark “X.2.4”.
Binding: 17th-century parchment over pasteboards with fore-edge cover extensions;  five spine titles written in ink at head of spine;  red-edged leaves.   Size:  304 x 210 mm.
Leaf size: 294 x 202 mm.
Annotations: Copious marginal annotations in several 15th/16th-century hands, including one which also annotated the second, third and fourth items in the volume;  frequent underlining, “nota” marks and manicules;  unread, 15th/16th century inscription (partially cropped) on a1r.
Decoration: None.
Imperfections: None.

Colophon and printer’s device from Averroes: Colliget