Gesta Romanorum.

[Strassburg:  Johann (Reinhard) Grüninger], 15 Jan. 1488.
Fol.   a-b8 c-m6.8 n8 o6.   [1], “Folium Primum”-“Folium XCIII”, [6] leaves.
ISTC ig00291000;  Goff G291;  Bod-inc G-152;  GW 10896.

Shelf-mark: Sp Coll Bm1-e.8 (see main library entry for this item)
Note: Gathering o (Tabula) bound between a1 and a2.
Variant: a2r, line 1 begins “Ex gestis ...” not as in GW “Es gestis ...”
Bound with: The first of two incunabula bound together.   Bound with:  Columna, Guido de, Historia destructionis Troiae.  [Deventer:  Richardus Pafraet, between 1480 and 1485].   The two works were certainly bound together by 1691 since both titles are specified in the entry in 'Catalogus librorum Bibliothecae Universitatis Glasguensis anno 1691' – see Provenance.
Provenance: Henricus Molitor (15th/16th century):  signature on a1r “Hinric[us] molitoris” and on n8v “Hinricus molitoris”.
University of Glasgow:  shelfmark “AA. f:4: n:17” on a1r matching entry in 'Catalogus librorum Bibliothecae Universitatis Glasguensis anno 1691' (University of Glasgow Library, MS Gen. 1313);  inscription on a1r “Ex Libris Bibliothecæ Universitatis Glasguensis empt: publicis sumptibus Academiæ 1691” followed by signature “Will: Dunlop princ[ipa]ll” (repeated on b7r and i1r);  shelfmark “CS.1.13” on University Library bookplate matching entry in A. Arthur, 'Catalogus impressorum librorum in Bibliotheca Universitatis Glasguensis', (Glasguae:  1791).
Binding: Scotland, 20th-century half black morocco, blue cloth sides;  sprinkled red-edged leaves;  gilt spine title and oval gilt stamp of Glasgow College Library at foot of spine;  modern pastedowns;  no surviving evidence of earlier binding;  tear indicating now lost tab on a2r.   Size:  283 x 205 mm.
Leaf size: 276 x 202 mm.
Annotations: Single word annotation on e4v.
Decoration: Initials supplied in red throughout;  most chapter headings preceded by paragraph mark in red;  capital strokes in red in running headings, occasionally in text.
Imperfections: None.

Provenance inscriptions in Anonymous: Gesta Romanorum