Arnoldus a Lude de Tungris: Epitomata sive reparationes logicae veteris et novae Aristotelis.
Cologne: Heinrich Quentell, 5 July 1496.
4to. a-m6 n4 o-t6 v4 x6 A-X6 Y4 Z6 Aa6 Bb4 Cd-Dd6 Ee4 Ff-Ll6.  leaves, the last blank.
ISTC ia01063950; GW 2514; BMC I 285 (IA. 4650); BSB-Ink A-753.
|Shelf-mark:||Sp Coll BC33-e.21 (see main library entry for this item)|
|Variants:||First colophon: x5v, lines 7-11, read as in GW Anm.; second colophon: Ll5v, line 14 “... baccalaurior[um] ...” as in BMC and GW Anm., not “... bacalaurior[um] ...” as in GW main transcription; Ll5v, line 17: “... bacalauriū ... eade[m] ...” as in GW main transcription, not “baccalauriū ... eadē ...” as in BMC and GW Anm.; Ll5v, line 19 “... bacalaurios ...” not “... baccalaurios ...” as in BMC and GW Anm.|
|Provenance:||Unidentified German owner: indistinctly printed oval armorial bookstamp with coronet on a1r.
Ferdinand von Reiboldt (d. 1858), collector of coins, medals, and maps: inscription on a1r “Ferdinand von Reiboldt”.
Sir William Hamilton (1788-1856), Professor of Logic and Metaphysics, University of Edinburgh: source unknown.
University of Glasgow: Hamilton collection donation, 1878.
|Binding:||Germany, 16th-century blind-tooled calf over wooden boards; each cover has a central panel formed by fillets, within which a repeated vine-like tool with tendrils (Rautengerank) forms characteristic pointed oval shapes, each filled with a five-petalled flower tool; two chased brass catch plates on front board; remains of leather straps which are decorated with a floral roll; evidence of manuscript parchment fragments used as spine strengtheners; spine undecorated but with a title in gilt added at a later date; volume repaired in 20th century and given modern endpapers and flyleaves (originals not preserved). Size: 218 x 144 mm.|
|Leaf size:||206 x 138 mm.|
|Annotations:||Copious 16th-century marginal annotations and underlining in red and in black ink throughout.|
|Decoration:||Woodcut on c5v crudely coloured in red.|