Duranti, Guillelmus: Rationale divinorum officiorum.

Edited by Johannes Aloisius Tuscanus.

Rome:  Georgius Lauer, 20 Feb. 1477.
Fol.   [14 2-510 6-98 1010 11-126 13-1410 158 166 1710 188 196 208 21-2210 238 2410 25-288 29-3110 328 3310 34-378].   [314] leaves, leaf [5] blank.
ISTC id00413000;  Goff D413;  BMC IV 40;  GW 9112.

Shelf-mark: Sp Coll  BD7-b.15 (see main library entry for this item)
Variant: 37/8r (f. 314r), line 44:  “mgistrū georgiū laur” as in BMC not as in GW.
Provenance: William Euing (1788-1874), insurance broker, Glasgow:  source unknown.
University of Glasgow:  Euing's pencil inventory number "21" on verso of front free endpaper;  presented by Euing in 1872 according to University Library bookplate on front pastedown.
Binding: 19th-century blind-tooled calf;  red-edged leaves;  marbled endpapers;  green silk bookmark   Size:  335 x  230 mm.
Leaf size: 323 x 217 mm.
Annotations: A few early marginal annotations and ‘nota’ marks;  some underlining;  many instances of faintly printed letters being overwritten in ink;  occasional guide-letters supplied;  foliated ‘iiij-ccciij’ in an early hand from 2/5-37/8 (ff. 9-314) and also in arabic numerals (many of the latter cropped);  running book numbers on rectos;  title ‘rationale diuinorum’ in a 16th-century hand on recto of blank 2/1 (f. 5) with tables of dates (relating to the reckoning of Ash Wednesday and Easter) from the years 1491 to 1515 written on verso.  Price ‘£1.16.0’ in pencil (lightly scored through) on 1/1r and another unread pencil annotation (a possible price?) on the same page;  sheet of paper tipped onto front free endpaper with extract from T.F. Dibdin, A descriptive catalogue of books printed in the fifteenth century, lately forming part of the library of the Duke di Cassano Serra (1823) and a reference to G.B. Auffredi, Catalogus historico-criticus Romanarum editionum saeculi XV (1783).
Decoration: None.
Imperfections: 6/4.5 (ff. 48 and 49) wanting and supplied in manuscript in facsimile.

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