(1) Front pastedown and front free endpaper
The front pastedown has the bookplate of York Minster Library, which shows two crossed keys. The Minster's patron saint is St Peter, whose symbol is a key.
Front free endpaper (with National Library of Scotland and Lauriston Castle accession stamps) and A1r i.e. titlepage, woodcut of Aesop and animals and imprint.
|Morall fabillis of Esope the Phyrgia[n] > (1) Front pastedown and front free endpaper|
|Description||Moral fables of Aesop put into Scots verse by the poet Robert Henryson.|
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