Venice: Franciscus Renner, de Heilbronn, 1480.
Fol. & 4to. a-h10 i-l12 m-s10 t-v12 x-y10 1-610 7-1012 11-1310 1412 15-1710 1812 A-D12.  leaves (D12 blank).
ISTC ib00566000; GW 4241; Goff B566; BMC V 195 (IB. 19875); Bod-inc B-275; CIBN B-399; BSB-Ink B-437.
|Shelf-mark:||Sp Coll Bn6-f.15 (see main library entry for this item)|
|Note:||Bifolia 7/1.12 and 7/2.11 transposed.|
|Variant:||a1r, col. 2, line 1: “... quererent.” not “... quererēt.” - cf. GW. Anm.|
|Provenance:||University of Glasgow: source unknown; not in A. Arthur, Catalogus impressorum librorum in Bibliotheca Universitatis Glasguensis secundum pluteorum ordinem dispositus (Glasguae: 1791); two 19th-century Glasgow University Library shelfmarks “BM.8.14” and “Gu.7.14” transferred in typescript onto new University Library bookplate.|
|Binding:||Scotland, rebound ca. 1990 in University of Glasgow Library Conservation Unit in full tan goatskin; new endpapers and flyleaves; earlier red-edging of leaves retained; previous binding, endpapers and flyleaves unrecorded. Size: 245 x 172 mm.|
|Leaf size:||232 x 163 mm.|
|Annotations:||Occasional brief marginal annotations in Latin and underlining in 16th-century hands; partially read inscription in French on D11v “Jamards ont payé [...] 2nde Aoust 1609” and, on next line, “Les driots [i.e. droits?] au quatr [...] 1609”.|
|Decoration:||On a1r is a historiated miniature depicting St Jerome seated at a writing desk and holding a scroll, the saint flanked at his left by a lion and at his right by a kneeling figure in grey and black (the three figures set against a backdrop of a pale blue sky and a tent-like structure of crimson fabric held aloft by two angels); the inner margin of the same page is decorated with a five-line initial “F” and a floral border in faded green, red, purple and brown incorporating two birds; on a3v a sixteen-line initial “I” is supplied in dull gold on a rectangular blue ground decorated with white filigree work; numerous four to seven-line initials supplied in a variety of colours, or in dull gold, and set on square grounds of different colours decorated with filigree work; numerous other three to six-line initials supplied in red and blue with reserved white and set on square grounds of red and blue pen-work; numerous three-line initials and paragraph marks throughout supplied in alternate red and blue.|
|Imperfections:||Wanting the blank leaf D12.|