Mancinus, Dominicus: Carmen de passione Christi.
Add: Oratio ad Virginem.
[Paris: Ulrich Gering, ca. 1484]
4to. a-b8.  leaves.
Newly identified edition, as verified by GW (March 2011).
ISTC im00148900; GW M2037833.
Note: Imprint details suggested by GW (March, 2011) following typographical analysis by GW. Also ascribed to [Paris: Johannes Higman, c.1488]. For a closely similar edition, see ISTC im00149000 (GW M2037834). And for a description of the two editions, see the online Annmary Brown Memorial Library catalogue record https://search.library.brown.edu/catalog/b1893514. The setting of the Glasgow copy is identical to that of the Bibliothèque Mazarine, Inc 755 Pièce 5, digitized at http://mazarinum.bibliotheque-mazarine.fr/idurl/1/2038, though that copy (July 2017) is entered at ISTC im00149000.
|Shelf-mark:||Sp Coll T.C.L. 451 (see main library entry for this item)|
|Provenance:||Edward Knight (fl. 1857-1874), bookseller, Islington, London: sold book to William Euing.
William Euing (1788-1874), insurance broker, Glasgow: purchased from Knight 25 Apr. 1868 according to Euing’s pencil acquisition note and price code “25.4.68 i/- EKnt” on verso of front free endpaper, together with his inventory number “No 3716”.
Free Church College Library, Glasgow (later Trinity College Library), founded 1856: presented to the College by William Euing, May 1872 (see GUL MS Euing 50); oval embossed ownership stamp “Free Church College Library, Glasgow” on a1r and b4r; traces of erased Trinity College Library shelfmark on verso of front free endpaper.
University of Glasgow: Trinity College Library placed on permanent deposit in Glasgow University Library in 1974 by the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland.
|Binding:||England, 19th-century half brown goatskin, marbled sides; gold-tooled spine; marbled endpapers; sprinkled red-edged leaves; binder’s stamp at lower edge of verso of front free endpaper “Tuckett Binder to the Queen”. Size: 206 x 144 mm.|
|Leaf size:||200 x 139 mm.|
|Decoration:||Initials and paragraph marks supplied in red or blue throughout; capital strokes supplied in yellow throughout.|