Title from incipit (leaf /2r): "Tractat[us] amoris & de amoris remedio Andree capellani..." and explicit (leaf /10v): "Explicit tractatus amoris & d[e] remedio p[er] Andrea[m] cappellanu[m] inocencii pape quarti editu[m]."
Printed with type 1:110G of the anonymous Strassburg printer "C. W., civis Argentinensis," see BMC I 81. The printer has been identified tentatively as Clas Wencker or Conrad Wolfach, see Needham, "Four Strasburg Incunables."
Collation: [1¹⁰⁽¹⁺¹⁾ 2-8⁸ 9¹⁰]: 77 leaves.
Paper format: Chancery folio
Incipit rubric on leaf /2r printed in red.
PML copy leaf dimensions: 27.3 x 20.6 cm.
Hand decoration: Rubrication unrealized; initials on leaf /2r are modern (Inglis?): red and shell gold with inscriptions "De amore clericor[um] libera nos" and "Amasi. Amaberis." Annotations: very minimal. Inglis's inscription at De remedio, ch. 18 stating that the text is taken from St. Anthoninus of Florence.