Augustinus, Aurelius: De trinitate.
[Freiburg im Breisgau: Kilianus Piscator (Fischer)], 1494.
Fol. a8 b-n6.  leaves.
ISTC ia01346000; Goff A1346; BMC III 695; GW 2929.
|Shelf-mark:||Sp Coll Bh8-e.10 (see main library entry for this item)|
|Bound with:||The second of two incunabula bound together. Bound with: Augustinus, Aurelius, De civitate dei. Freiburg im Breisgau: [Kilianus Piscator (Fischer)], 1494.|
|Provenance:||David Wauchope, Procurator of the Scottish nation in the University of Orléans (1501-2); canon of Dunkeld: inscription on n3r “liber mag[ist]ri dauid Wauchoip p[re]be[n]darij du[n]kelde[nsis]” followed by his monogram “M d.w.” and by the mottoes “Confid[en]s In d[omi]no: vita[m] ama: mort[em] fug[a]” and “Sola est dej gr[ati]a que ho[mi]n[em] a morte liberat deo g[ra]tias Am[en]”; see Durkan & Ross, p. 158.
John Greenlaw (d. 1566) of Haddington, vicar of Keith Humbie: inscription on a1r of first item in volume “Johannes Greynlawe hadingtonanus me possidet A[nn]o 1537” followed by the motto “S[ingulariter] in spe”; see Durkan & Ross, p. 105.
University of Glasgow: shelfmark “AZ: f:1: n:6:” on a1r and a2r of first item in volume matching entry in 'Catalogus librorum Bibliothecae Universitatis Glasguensis anno 1691' (University of Glasgow Library, MS Gen. 1313); inscription “Ex Libris Bibliothecae Universitatis Glasguensis emp[tus]: proprijs ... sumptibus 1705” on a2r of first item in volume; a mid 18th-century University Library shelfmark “BE f4 n2” also on a2r of first item in volume; shelfmark “BO.4.15” on University Library bookplate matching entry in A. Arthur, 'Catalogus impressorum librorum in Bibliotheca Universitatis Glasguensis', (Glasguae: 1791).
|Binding:||Scotland, 19th-century half calf, marbled sides; oval gilt stamp of Glasgow College Library at foot of spine; sprinkled red-edged leaves; binder’s ticket “Bound by Carss, Glasgow” on front pastedown. Size: 300 x 214 mm.|
|Leaf size:||293 x 208 mm.|
|Annotations:||Frequent marginal annotations, “nota” marks and underlining in a 16th-century hand; occasional pointing hands; a front flyleaf contains a half page of theological notes (unidentified), written in a 16th-century hand, which are continued on the final blank page (n6v) of the De trinitate and on two flyleaves following it.|
|Imperfections:||Heavy worming throughout.|