University of Glasgow (GB): Sp Coll Hunterian By.3.2
TitleEpistolae. Comm: Hieronymus. Ed: Aegidius Delphus
ImprintParis : [Georg Wolf], 28 Feb. 1491/92
Keywordscommentary; Bible; Letter collection
Description of Copy
Holding InstitutionUniversity of Glasgow (GB)
ShelfmarkSp Coll Hunterian By.3.2
Size of leaves202 × 136 mm
Electronic ReproductionGlasgow Incunabula Project See the description of this item and digitised pages on the Glasgow Incunabula Project's Website
Other IdentifierB69/1 (Glasgow Incunabula Project)
NoteA. E. (16th century): inscription on a2r "AE" (written as a ligature and perhaps a contraction of Aegidius)
NoteLouis-Léon-Félicité, duc de Brancas de Lauraguais (1733-1824): lot 9 in Guillaume de Bure, 'Catalogue d'une collection de livres choisis, provenans du cabinet de M***' (Paris: 1770)
NoteWilliam Hunter (1718-1783), physician and anatomist: purchased by Hunter at the Brancas de Lauraguais sale through his agent, Peter Molini, for 16 livres 1 sou; ee Molini's bill to Hunter (University of Glasgow Library, Hunter Papers H214)
PlaceGlasgow (Geonames Id: 2648579)
NoteUniversity of Glasgow: Hunterian bequest, 1807; Hunterian Museum bookplate on front pastedown, with former shelfmark "At.5.21".
Binding noteBinding of By.3.2 copy: France, 18th-century blue morocco decorated with triple gold fillets, a small gold fleuron at each corner; gold-tooled spine; marbled endpapers; gilt-edged leaves; pink silk bookmark. Size: 208 x 142 mm.
Decoration NoteDecoration in By.3.2 copy: three-line initial "P" supplied in washed-out pink(?) and gold on a2r; other initials throughout supplied in red and/or washed-out blue; paragraph marks supplied throughout in red or washed-out blue.
Manuscript notesAnnotations in By.3.2 copy: 16th-century marginal annotations in Latin on leaves a5v-a6v; underlining, "nota" marks and pointing hands in gatherings a-c; probable ownership inscription erased from top margin of a2r (evidence of ink offsetting on a1v); 18th-century annotation on a1v "Imprimé à Paris en Sorbon[n]e l'an 1491".
CompletenessThe enumeration of provenance evidence is considered complete
Last Edit2021-06-03 12:00:00