Adam, Magister: Summula sacramentorum Raymundi de Pennaforte metrificata.

Delft:  [Christiaen Snellaert or Hendrik Eckert, van Homberch], 1497.
4to.   a-s6 t4 v6 x4 y-z6 aa-bb6 cc4 dd6 (a2 missigned “aj”;  dd4 missigned “ddii”).   [24], xxv-cxlix, [7] leaves, the last blank.
ISTC ia00046500;  Polain(B) 9;  GW 214.

Imprint from ISTC;  Polain and GW assign to the press of Christiaen Snellaert.

According to ISTC a metrical compendium of the 'Summa sacramentorum' of Raymundus de Pennaforte:  see F. Valls Taberner, La 'Summula Pauperum' de Adam de Alderspach, in 'Gesammelte Aufsätze zur Kulturgeschichte Spaniens', 7 (1938) pp. 69-83 (CIBN).

GIP number: A5
Shelf-mark: Sp Coll Ferguson Ai-x.21 (see main library entry for this item)
Note: A blank leaf has been inserted between gatherings a and b.
Provenance: Petrus Passens (fl. 1566):  on a1r “Fr Petrus Passens me utitur 1566”.
Philippe de Raulin (fl. 1608):  on a1r “Ad vsu[m] d. Philippi de Raulin 1608”.
Douai, Jesuits, Collège d’Anchin (founded 1568, suppressed 1764):  “Anchin” on a1r and a2r.
Douai, Bibliothèque Municipale:  circular ink library stamp “Bibliothèque Publique Douai” on a1r overprinted with “Echange” and to the right of the stamp, in pencil, “Double de 123 F”.
John Ferguson (1837-1916), Professor of Chemistry, University of Glasgow:  source unknown.
University of Glasgow:  Ferguson collection purchase, 1921.
Binding: Netherlands(?), 15th/16th-century blind-tooled calf over wooden boards, decorated with a double fillet and separate stamps (all heavily worn); rebacked with cloth; paper title label on spine and two other labels, one with number ‘A/18’ the other with number ‘46’; remains of two brass clasps, catch plates on front board; front pastedown is part of a vellum bifolium from a rubricated manuscript prayer book; rear endpapers are of 19th-century paper. Size: 222 x 143 mm.
Leaf size: 209 x 138 mm.
Annotations: Frequent early marginal annotations in several hands - mainly in black but some in red ink, a few in purple;  frequent underlining in red and brown ink;  19th-century numbers in pencil “51/658” and “27” on a1r;  number "10417" and codes "u/" and "z/" in pencil on rear pastedown.
Decoration: Eight-line initial “C” on a2r and eight-line initial “S” on b1r supplied in red with blue pen decoration;  other initials supplied in red throughout.
Imperfections: None.


Provenance evidence in Adam, Magister: Summula Sacramentorum...'