Henry VII, King of England: Statuta Angliae.
[Westminster]: Wynkyn de Worde, 
Fol. A8 B-E6.  leaves.
Woodcut on A1v showing the arms and appurtenances of Henry VII; woodcut printer’s device on E6v; woodcut initial on A3r.
ISTC is00705000; Goff S705; BMC XI 200; STC 9354; Duff 385.
|Shelf-mark:||Sp Coll Hunterian Bv.2.18 (see main library entry for this item)|
|Provenance:||London, British Museum: on A1v two stamps in dark green ink “MVSEVM || BRITAN || NICVM” within an octagonal frame, and “DUPLICATE || FOR SALE 1769”; lot 817(?) “A Parcel of statutes of Henry VIIth and VIIIth, &c. printed by Winkyn de Worde”; sold for £0.12.0 to Dr. Gifford (but his name scored through) according to the annotated BL copy of the sale catalogue - shelfmark S.C.S.12(5).
Andrew Gifford (1700-1784), Baptist minister, numismatist, and from 1757 assistant librarian at the British Museum - see above.
John Kent (b. after 1736), son of John Kent of Winterslow and Charlotte, daughter of Thomas, Viscount Windsor: gilt arms (29 x 27 mm) on front cover: A lion passant gardant a chief ermine Supporters Dexter A unicorn and Sinister A panther gardant collared, with motto “QVO FATA VOCANT” (see <https://armorial.library.utoronto.ca/node/36033> accessed November 2019).
William Hunter (1718-1783), physician and anatomist: source unknown.
University of Glasgow: Hunterian bequest 1807; Hunterian Museum bookplate and book label on front pastedown, with former shelfmark “Ab.9.15”.
|Binding:||England, 18th-century mottled calf, covers decorated with a single gold fillet border; gold-tooled spine; armorial stamp in gilt on front cover (see Provenance); marbled endpapers; red-edged leaves; flyleaves have Pro Patria watermark and countermark of crown above initials “G R”; repaired and rebacked by Douglas Cockerell & Son, Feb. 1961 (from evidence of a pencil note on rear free endpaper); remains of original spine compartments put back. Size: 272 x 196 mm.|
|Leaf size:||268 x 188 mm.|
|Decoration:||Armorial woodcut on A1v coloured by hand; some initials and capitals very faintly tinged in yellow.|