A little gest of Robin Hood.
Imprint: [London: Richard Pynson, 1500.] 4°.
Collation: not known.
Proctor: Not in Pr;
Others: R. B. Dobson and J. Taylor, Rymes of Robin Hood: An Introduction to the English Outlaw, revised edn (Stroud, 1997), 71-3; Duff 362; Oates 4206; J. C. T. Oates, ‘The Little Gest of Robin Hood: A Note on the Pynson and the Lettersnijder Editions', Studies in Bibliography, 16 (1963), 3-8, repr. in Studies in English Printing and Libraries (London, 1991), 41-6; Sheppard 7565; STC 13688.
Copy number: R-080(1)
Bound in a guard-book containing fragments, mainly of the sixteenth century.
A fragment of a single leaf containing text, (Eighth fytte, l. 72): ‘[With hym all] for to gone | Robyn ſ[ ] awe yonge men ſ long s followed by a letter hote | Full fayre upon a day'.
Binding: Nineteenth-century cloth.
Size of fragment: 142 × 95 mm.
Provenance: James Orchard Halliwell (afterwards Halliwell Phillipps, 1820-1889). Given by Halliwell; see note on the verso of the endleaf: ‘from J. O. H . . .’
Former Bodleian shelfmark: 70 f.1(3).
SHELFMARK: Douce Fragm. f.51(3).
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