Antoninus Florentinus: Summa theologica.   Pars III.

Venice:  Nicolaus Jenson, 1477.
Fol.   Part 1:  a12 b-z10 [et]10 [con]10 [rum]10 A-F10 G-H8 I6 K8.   [352] leaves, 1, 5, and 352 blank.   Part 2:  a12 (-a8) b-e10 f12 g-n10 o-q12 r-z10 [et]10 [con]10 [rum]10 A-E10.   [319] leaves, the first and last blank.
Collations as in BMC, not GW.
In Part 2, a8 (a blank) is cancelled - cf. Walsh.
ISTC ia00872000;  Goff A872(III);  BMC V 177;  Bod-inc A-342;  Walsh 1585;  GW 2185(3).

Shelf-mark: Sp Coll Hunterian Bg.2.14, 15 (see main library entry for this item)
Note: The two parts are bound separately.
Variant: Part 1:  a6r, col. 1, line 1:  “In nomine ſācte ac īdiuidue t’nitatis.” as in GW, not as BMC “In nomīe sācte ac īdiuidue trinitatis.”;  K7v, col. 2, lines 23-24:  “... archiepiſcopi flo||rentini ...” as in GW, not as BMC “... archiepispopi flo||renunī ...”.   Part 2:  E9v, col. 2, line 30:  “... ſuffragia: ut ...” not as GW “... ſuffragia: vt ...”.
Provenance: William Hunter (1718-1783), physician and anatomist:  source unknown.
University of Glasgow:  Hunterian bequest 1807;  Hunterian Museum bookplate on front pastedown, with former shelfmarks “Ad.8.9, 10”.
Binding: England, 18th-century diced calf, covers decorated with a single gold-fillet border; gold-tooled spine; marbled endpapers; green-edged leaves; identical to the binding on Antoninus Florentinus, Summa theologica. Pars II. Venice: Franciscus Renner de Heilbronn, and Nicolaus de Frankfordia, 1474. Size: 277 x 206 mm.
Leaf size: 267 x 196 mm.
Annotations: Part 1:  Occasional evidence of heavily washed-out marginal annotations;  pointing hands on c9r and e10r.   Part 2:  Occasional evidence of heavily washed-out marginal annotations and “nota” marks;  marginal note highlighting ‘De forma electionis pape’ on o1r.
Decoration: Part 1:  Occasional paragraph marks supplied in red in gathering a;  occasional paragraph marks and initials supplied in red in gathering b.   Part 2:  A six-line initial “R” on a6r (signed “a5”), col. 1, is supplied in blue on a square ground of red pen-work, which extends into the inner margin;  other initials and paragraph marks supplied in red in gatherings a-g.
Imperfections: Wanting the blank leaves a1, a5, and K8 of Part 1, and the blank leaf a1 of Part 2.

Paragraph marks supplied in Antoninus Florentinus: Summa theologica