Jacobus de Clusa: De animabus exutis a corporibus, sive De apparitionibus et receptaculis animarum.

Passau:  [Benedictus Mayr and Conrad Stahel], 11 Sept. 1482.
4to. [1-28 36].  [22] leaves.  First four leaves of quire 1 are signed sequentially on rectos with letters A, B, C, D (with the exception of the second leaf which is unsigned, the signature B appearing instead on the verso of the first leaf);  first four leaves of quire 2 are signed sequentially on rectos with letters E, F, G, H;  first three leaves of quire 3 signed sequentially on rectos with letters I, K, L.
ISTC ij00023000;  GW M10831;  Goff J23;  BMC II 614 (IA. 11309);  Bod-inc J-006;  BSB-Ink I-34. 

GIP number: J2
Shelf-mark: Sp Coll Ferguson An-y.18 (see main library entry for this item)
Bound with: See Binding.
Provenance: John Ferguson (1837-1916), Professor of Chemistry, University of Glasgow:  source unknown.
University of Glasgow:  Ferguson collection purchase, 1921.
Binding: England, quarter brown goatskin, marbled sides, by Douglas Cockerell & Son, May 1965;  binder’s note attached to rear pastedown;  previous binding unrecorded;  early parchment tab attached to the first leaf - perhaps indicating that the tract had once been bound with another work or works.   Size:  213 x 161 mm.
Leaf size: 208 x 154 mm.
Annotations: Copious underlining in red ink in the first half of the book, together with a few early marginal annotations and one manicule also in red ink;  a few early marginal annotations in brown ink in a different hand in the first quire;  19th-century price code “b(?)/n” and the number "M *9350" in pencil on 1/1r. 
Decoration: None.
Imperfections: None.


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