Antoninus Florentinus: Decisio consiliaris super dubio producto de indulgentiis.
Nuremberg: Friedrich Creussner, [ca. 1477]
Fol. .  leaves.
ISTC ia00863000; GW 2179; Goff A863; BMC II 448 (IB. 7720); Bod-inc A-341; BSB-Ink A-607.
|Shelf-mark:||Sp Coll Mu43-a.4 (see main library entry for this item)|
|Bound with:||Bound as the second item with: Liber Ecclesie beati Terrenani de Arbuthnott: missale secundum usum Ecclesiae Sancti Andreae in Scotia. Edited by A. P. Forbes. Burntisland: 1864.|
|Provenance:||John Bellingham Inglis (1780-1870): with his typical cut-outs pasted onto front pastedown (cf. Walsh 3456, 3686, 3764).
Charles Inglis, M.D., son of the above: book label on front pastedown “C. Inglis M.D.” (forename given as “Charles” by Bod-inc, Oates and Walsh; but Lilian G. Clark, 'Collectors and owners of incunabula in the British Museum', gives his forename as “Cornelius” who “sold part of his father’s collection in 1871 and another part as well as his own books in 1900”).
Unidentified bookseller (early 20th century): slip relating to this copy extracted from a bookseller’s catalogue tipped onto front free endpaper (item 598, price £3.15.0).
David Murray (1842-1928), Glasgow lawyer, antiquary and bibliographer: bookplate on front pastedown; presumably purchased from the above unidentified bookseller.
University of Glasgow: Murray library donation, 1927.
|Binding:||England, late 19th-century gold-tooled dark purple goatskin; gold-tooled spine; gilt-edged leaves; binder’s stamp in gilt on turn-in at foot of front board “Bound by W. Pratt”. Size: 265 x 212 mm.|
|Leaf size:||256 x 198 mm.|
|Annotations:||Occasional 15th/16th-century marginal annotations, “nota” marks and one manicule; on recto of front free endpaper the number “30” in ink; on verso of front free endpaper the numbers “325” and “347” in pencil together with two unread price codes.|
|Decoration:||Five-line initial “D” on 1/1r supplied in red with faded brown(?) in-fill; three-line initials “D” on 1/4v and 1/9r supplied in red; capital strokes, paragraph marks and underlining supplied in red throughout.|