Missale Bambergense (Bamberg).

Bamberg:  Johann Pfeyl, 29 May 1499.
Fol.   [*8] a10 b-d8 e-f10 g-i8 k-l10 m-n8 o10 p8 χ8 2χ8 3χ12-1 (leaf 3χ2 cancelled, stub showing) q10 r-s8 t10 v-y8 z10 [et]8 [con]8 [ter]10 aa-ff8.   [8], CXXXI, [27], CLXIIII-CCCVII [i.e. 311] leaves, leaf p8 blank.
Woodcuts.
ISTC im00647000;  Goff M647;  Oates 277;  Weale-Bohatta 132;  BSB-Ink M-418.

Shelf-mark: Sp Coll BD9-b.2 (see main library entry for this item)
Note: Gathering 3χ is printed on vellum.
Note: Blind impression of one line of type in the top and and lower margins of p7.
Note: Printer's pin-holes visible in gatherings.
Provenance: Augustus Frederick (1773-1843), Duke of Sussex:  armorial bookplate on front pastedown with handwritten shelfmark “BB.h.6” in ink;  lot 4374 in 'Bibliotheca Sussexiana.   Catalogue of the ... library of ... the late Duke of Sussex.   Part I' (1844);  sold for £4.18.0 according to the annotated copy of the Sussex sale catalogue in University of Glasgow Library (shelfmark BD17-e.15).
William Euing (1788-1874), insurance broker, Glasgow:  source unknown;  purchased 28 Sept. 1854 according to Euing’s acquisition note giving date and price code in pencil “28 9 54 bg/” on front pastedown, together with an early Euing inventory number “No 77”.
University of Glasgow:  presented by Euing in 1872 according to one of two University Library bookplates on front pastedown.
Binding: Germany, 16th-century blind-tooled pigskin over wooden boards.  The front cover is decorated with intersecting fillets to form three concentric rectangles;  the inner rectangle is divided by a fillet into lozenge and triangular-shaped compartments which are decorated with separate stamps of an acorn on a branch of oak leaves and a lozenge-shaped floral stamp;  the middle rectangle is decorated with the same floral stamp, a lozenge-shaped stamp of an eagle, and a worn octagonal stamp of a griffin(?);  the octagonal stamp is occasionally used in the outer rectangle. The rear cover is decorated with intersecting fillets to form two concentric rectangles;  the inner rectangle is divided by fillets from corner to corner to form four triangles, each containing a separate stamp of an acorn on a branch of oak leaves;  the outer rectangle is decorated with the acorn stamp and the octagonal stamp of a griffin(?);  spine undecorated;  19th-century black leather title label added to spine;  evidence from circular impressions and nail holes of corner and centre bosses on each cover - all now lost;  evidence of two clasps - both lost;  evidence of numerous tabs - all removed;  19th-century endpapers (originals not preserved).   Size:  377 x 256 mm.
Leaf size: 363 x 245 mm.
Annotations: Brief annotation in a 16th-century hand on c2r;  leaf p2 signed “p” and signature corrected by hand to “pij”;  19th-century price “5. 5-” in pencil on front free endpaper.
Decoration: The woodcut on [*8v] of the patron saints Henricus and Cunegundis (i.e. the Holy Roman Emperor Henry II and his wife, Cunegunde of Luxembourg) holding in their hands Bamberg cathedral is coloured by hand;  woodcut initial “T” on 3χ6r representing the sacrifice of Isaac is coloured by hand;  a hand-coloured roundel depicting the Paschal Lamb is supplied in the lower margin of 3χ10v.
Imperfections: Wanting the blank leaf p8 (stub showing) and leaf 3χ5 containing a woodcut of the Crucifixion.

Hand coloured woodcut in Missale Bambergense (Bamberg)