Rudimentum novitiorum.

Lübeck: Lucas Brandis, 5 Aug. 1475.
Fol. [1-210 38 4-510 6-78 8-910 1012 118 (11/4+1) 1210 138 14-1610 178 18-1912 2014 21-2310 246 254 26-3210 33-388.10 3910 4041-4210 438 4412 4510 4612 476 4812 4910 506]. [475] leaves (11, 474, and 475 blank).
Woodcuts, including two woodcut maps.
ISTC ir00345000; GW M39062; Goff R345; BMC II 550 (IC. 9810); Bod-inc R-142; CIBN R-220; BSB-Ink R-283.

GIP number: R15
Shelf-mark: Sp Coll Hunterian By.1.12, 13 (see main library entry for this item)
Note: Printer's pin-holes visible.  Bound in two volumes, dividing after 25/4 (f. 239). 
Provenance: Paris, Jesuits: inscriptions on 2/2r (f. 12r) “Collegij Parisiensis Soc. Jesu t. I” and on 26/1r (f. 240r) “Collegij Parisiensis Soc. Jesu t. II”; lot 3282 in 'Catalogue des livres de la bibliothèque des ci-devant soi-disans Jésuites de Collège de Clermont' (Paris: 1764); sold for 200 livres according to the priced copy of the sale catalogue in University of Glasgow Library.
Louis Jean Gaignat (1697-1768), Secretary to King Louis XV: Gaignat sale, 1769; lot 2669 in Guillaume de Bure, 'Bibliographie instructive: supplément ... ou catalogue des livres de feu M. L.J. Gaignat', 2 vols (Paris: 1769).
William Hunter (1718-1783), physician and anatomist: purchased by Hunter at the Gaignat sale through his agent, Jean-Baptiste Dessain, for 143 livres 19 sous; see 'Dessain-Hunter correspondence' (University of Glasgow Library, MS Gen. 36, f. 23r).
University of Glasgow: Hunterian bequest, 1807; Hunterian Museum bookplate and book labels on front pastedowns, with former shelfmarks “Ac.4.14” and “Ac.4.15”.
Binding: France, 18th-century red goatskin decorated with triple gold fillets, a small gold fleuron at each corner;  gold-tooled spines;  marbled endpapers;  gilt-edged leaves;  turquoise silk bookmarks.   Size:  395 x 297 mm.
Leaf size: 386 x 285 mm.
Annotations: Quires signed in arabic numerals in an early hand, with evidence also of a separate sequence of alphabetical signatures;  cropped marginal annotation on 17/1r (f. 154r) in a 16th-century hand.
Decoration: Woodcuts, woodcut initials, maps, and genealogical tables are painted by hand in several colours;  principal initials are supplied in red and blue with reserved white;  other initials throughout supplied in alternate red and blue, often with flourishes;  paragraph marks supplied in red or blue;  chapter headings underlined in red.
Imperfections: Wanting quire 1 containing genealogical tables, bifolium 41/5.6 (ff. 384 and 385), and the final blank leaf.

Woodcut map of Palestine in Anonymous: Rudimentum novitiorum