Campanus, Johannes Antonius: Opera.
Edited by Michael Fernus.
Rome: Eucharius Silber, for Michael Fernus, 31 Oct. 1495.
Fol. Part I: π6 2π10.  leaves (the second and third leaves of the first quire are numbered ‘II’ and ‘III’ but not signed; the first five leaves of the second quire are numbered ‘i-v’ but not signed). Part II: π2 a-c8 d-e6 k-l6.  leaves (the preliminary quire is not numbered or signed). Part III: π2 a8 b-d6 e4 f8 g-h6 i4.  leaves (the preliminary quire is not numbered or signed). Part IV: π6 a-h8.6 i-k6 l-m4.  leaves (the first three leaves of the preliminary quire are numbered ‘i-iii’). Part V: a8.  leaves. Part VI: π2 A10 B-G6.8 H6.  leaves (the preliminary quire is not numbered or signed). Part VII: A8 B4 C6 D-F4 χ2.  leaves.
Woodcuts; woodcut initials.
ISTC ic00073000; Goff C73; BMC IV 117; Bod-inc C-036; GW 5939.
|Shelf-mark:||Sp Coll BD7-b.11 (see main library entry for this item)|
|Provenance:||Casale, Lombardy, Dominicans, Conventus S. Dominici: inscription on F3v of Part VII “est [conven]tus s[anc]ti d[omi]nici d[e] casali” (repeated several times throughout the volume).
J. Samuel (fl. 1855-1866), bookseller, 41 Great Randolph Street, Camden, London (see William Henry Hodson, 'Hodson’s booksellers, publishers and stationers’ directory for London and country', London: 1855): sold book to William Euing.
William Euing (1788-1874), insurance broker, Glasgow: purchased from Samuel 26 Feb. 1866 according to Euing’s pencil acquisition note with price code “26 2 66 Samuel ag/f” on front flyleaf; Euing’s inventory number “No 2572” in pencil on front flyleaf and on first printed page.
University of Glasgow: “presented to College March 1872” according to Euing’s acquisitions inventory (though “1870” on University Library bookplate).
|Binding:||19th-century quarter red leather, cloth-covered boards overlaid with red paper, covers decorated with a gold-tooled floral roll border; gold-tooled spine; marbled endpapers; sprinkled red and blue-edged leaves. Size: 316 x 224 mm.|
|Leaf size:||308 x 212 mm.|
|Annotations:||Occasional marginal annotations in a 16th-century hand; heavily faded inscription in large capitals beginning “BENVENVTI EX(?) [...]” at foot of π1r of part I.|