Venice: Reynaldus de Novimagio and Theodorus de Reynsburch, 1478.
Fol. a-h10 i-l12 m-t10 v14 x-z10 [et]10 [con]10 aa-gg10 hh8 ii-ll10 mm12 nn-pp10 qq12 A10 B-C12.  leaves, the first and last blank.
ISTC ib00556000; Goff B556; BMC V 254; Bod-inc B-265; GW 4231.
|Shelf-mark:||Sp Coll Euing Du-c.7 (see main library entry for this item)|
|Note:||B6.7 misbound between A5 and A6|
|Provenance:||Trier, North Rhine-Westphalia, Augustinian Hermits: inscription on a2r “Bibliothecae Fratrum eremit[arum] S[ancti] P[atris] Augustini Treviris” partially deleted to read simply "Bibliothecae Treviris"; a similar inscription (also partially deleted) on third front flyleaf.
Frantz Buchbender (fl. 1641): inscription on first front flyleaf “Item hab ich meister frantz buchbender geben wegen dieses buchs Einzubinden zwein lutzemburger thaller die welche zwein thaller hab ich vun dem fohrmals Johan munij Empfang[en] den 21 mertz 1641”.
Johan Munius (fl. 1641) - see above.
Johannes Mannardt (fl. 1641) of Schellebelle, East Flanders, Belgium: inscription on first front flyleaf “Sum ex libris J[ohann]is Mannardt Vicarij Bellensis 1641”.
J.B. Loser (18th century): inscription on third front flyleaf “Hic liber spectat ad me J.B. Loser”.
William Euing (1788-1874), insurance broker, Glasgow: Euing’s pencil shelfmark “VI-y-3” and early inventory number “No 24” on front pastedown; source unknown.
University of Glasgow: Euing bequest, 1874.
|Binding:||Low Countries, 17th-century blind-tooled calf over bevelled wooden boards; both covers have a centre panel within a broad frame formed by a triple fillet and two separate rolls (a diaper roll with quatrefoils in lozenges and a roll with cresting); each centre panel is decorated at the inner corners with a fleur-de-lys shaped ornament and in the middle of each panel the same tool is used four times to produce a diamond-shaped design; evidence on both covers of four bosses and two clasps (all now missing); four spine compartments decorated with a leaf-like tool in blind (a red leather title label added at a later date); dark blue/green-edged leaves; a few vellum tabs remaining; given new paper endleaves in the 19th century (originals not preserved); original flyleaves preserved; first front flyleaf and first rear flyleaf have watermark of a cross superimposed on two C’s intertwined and surmounted by a crown. See Provenance for identification of the binder. Size: 313 x 223 mm.|
|Leaf size:||293 x 205 mm.|
|Annotations:||Brief marginal annotations in early hands on b10r and y2v; pointing hand on b1v.|
|Decoration:||On a2r a fourteen-line initial “F” is supplied in red and blue with reserved white and set on a square ground of green and reddish-brown foliate decoration; other large initials supplied in red and blue with reserved white, in red alone with reserved white, or in blue alone with reserved white; smaller initials throughout supplied in red or blue; capital strokes in red throughout; on s2r a caricature of a man’s head in profile is added in brown pen-and-ink to a six-line initial “L” in blue.|
|Imperfections:||Wanting the blank leaves a1 and C12; lower margins of a2 and C11 excised.|