Rolewinck, Werner: Fasciculus temporum.

[Cologne]: Conrad Winters, de Homborch, 8 Nov. 1476.
Fol. [1-610 7-88]. [76] leaves (1, 10, 11, 75, 76 blank).
Collation based on Polain(B) 3366 and the Mitchell Library copy below.
Woodcuts; woodcut printer’s device.
ISTC ir00255000; Goff R255;  Polain(B) 3366; Bod-inc R-107.

Two copies listed in Glasgow Incunabula Project; copy 1 held by University of Glasgow Library and copy 2 held by the Mitchell Library

Copy 1

Shelf-mark: Sp Coll Hunterian Cm.1.3 (see main library entry for this item)
Note: Printer’s pin-holes visible in upper and lower margins throughout.
Provenance: Edmund Hopkines (fl. 1568), of Foulsham, Norfolk: inscription on 1/2r (f. 2r) ‘Liber Edmundi Hopkines de Folsham in com[i]t[ate] norff. generoso’ followed by his mark and the year 1568; inscription on 8/6v (f. 74v) ‘Iste liber p[er]tinet bear yt well in mind || ad me Edmundu[m] Hopkines so curteous & so kinde || Si ego perdam and you it finde || quaeso te to take a litell peyne || videre libru[m] to restore yt home ageine’.
Anthony Cockette/Cocket (16th/17th century): names on 3/3v (f. 23v) ‘Anthonius Cockette’ and ‘Anthony Cocket’. 
Thomas Martin (1697-1771), of Palgrave, antiquary: signature “Tho. Martin” on front pastedown.
William Hunter (1718-1783), physician and anatomist: source unknown.
University of Glasgow: Hunterian bequest 1807; Hunterian Museum bookplate on front pastedown, with former shelfmark “Ak.1.3”.
Binding: Netherlands(?) - tentative attribution by J.B. Oldham, 'Notes on bindings in the Hunterian and general libraries in Glasgow University' (University of Glasgow Library, MS Gen. 759, p.9);  15th/16th-century blind-tooled calf over bevelled oak boards;  covers decorated with fillets to form three concentric rectangles;  inner rectangle divided by fillets into lozenge and triangular shaped compartments;  covers further decorated with separate stamps - a round stamp of a paschal lamb and a square stamp of a double-headed eagle;  evidence of two fore-edge clasps (both now almost entirely lost) clasping on front board (one brass catch plate intact);  original spine lost;  18th-century pale blue paper pastedowns and endpapers;  restored and rebacked by Cockerell & Son Nov. 1971, with binder’s note tipped onto rear pastedown;  thin vellum manuscript guard preserved and lightly attached to rear pastedown;  indistinct title written in ink on top edge of text block.   Size:  405 x 295 mm.
Leaf size: 398 x 289 mm.
Annotations: Verses and proverbs in English in 16th/17th-century hands on 3/3v-3/5r (ff. 23v-25r) and on 8/6v (f. 74v) e.g. on 3/4r (f. 24r) ‘Whille as the grasse dothe growe || Lyhtelye the horse dothe sterve || I thinke it beste I trowe || to take tyme whille it serve’; foliated in a 16th-century hand ‘1’-’63’ from 2/2-8/6 (ff. 12-74); annotation on 1/2r dated 2 June 1564 relating to the sale and cutting of trees.
Decoration: Some woodcuts are washed in pale yellow, a few in yellow, red, and green;  one to four-line initials are supplied in red;  paragraph marks supplied throughout in red;  capital strokes supplied in red (occasionally in red and yellow) in the Tabula (gathering 1).
Imperfections: Wanting the blank leaf leaves 1, 10, 11, 75, 76.

Manuscript verses amd proverbs in Rolewinck, Werner: Fasciculus temporum

Copy 2

Accession number: 167528
Note: Collation is as Polain(B) i.e. first gathering is of ten leaves, not eight leaves as in Bod-inc’s description.   Stub of 1/10 visible, conjoint with the first blank leaf (the latter having a watermark of a pair of scales as have other leaves in the first gathering).
Note: Printer’s pin-holes visible in upper and lower margins throughout.
Provenance: Unidentified bookseller: small remnants visible of an extract from a bookseller’s catalogue formerly tipped onto front free endpaper but later removed (with evidence remaining that the Rolewinck was item 4 in the catalogue).
William Euing (1788-1874), insurance broker, Glasgow: source unknown.
Stirling’s Public Library (now part of the Mitchell Library), Glasgow: bookplate on front pastedown inscribed “A donation from Wm. Euing Esq”.
Binding: 19th-century speckled buff-coloured paper over pasteboards; red-edged leaves; strip of paper with printed title and date 1476 pasted onto front cover, together with a square paper label bearing the printed number “2”. Size: 375 x 282 mm.
Leaf size: 367 x 277 mm.
Annotations: Very occasional marginal annotations in a 16th-century hand (cropped) and “nota” marks; foliated on versos in an early hand from 2/1-8/6 (ff. 11-74); 19th-century number in ink “No 12” on front pastedown; 19th-century annotations on front pastedown “No 112” in ink (scored through in red crayon), “2016” in ink, “S122” in pencil, and initials “J M B” in purple ink; 19th-century number in ink “20.44” on rear pastedown.
Decoration: A few woodcuts washed in yellow, green, or dull pink.
Imperfections: Wanting the blank leaves 10 and 75.

Rolewinck, Werner: Fasciculus temporum - Hand colouring