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London, The British Library (GB): IB.20840

ISTC No.iv00169000

Description of Copy

Copy Id02009024
Holding InstitutionLondon, The British Library (GB)
ShelfmarkIB.20840
NoteCreated by Annalisa Ricciardi
Size of leaves325 × 216 mm

Provenance

Provenance TypeDecoration
NoteRubricated on 6, 7, 119b (m 9) and 120a.
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain

Provenance 1801 - 1890

PlaceVienne (Geonames Id: 2969284)
Areae-au
Time period1801 - 1890
Provenance nameRott, Hans, 1858-1884 [Person; Former Owner] (Male, No characterisation/lay) Hans Rott was an Austrian composer and organist. Even though his activity nowadays little knows, he was indicated as
Provenance TypeManuscript Notes
NoteOn 1a there is the early signature: "Hantz rott". The copious manuscript annotations, including a commentary on the Priapea, are in the same hand.
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceLibrary catalogue

Provenance 1511 - 1600

PlaceChorin
Areae-gx
Time period1511 - 1600
Provenance nameHaiswasser, Achatius, 1516 [Person; Former Owner] (Male, Clergy, Religious)
Provenance TypeManuscript Notes
NoteOn 1a there is the inscription: Hunc Libru(m) legauit Achatius haiswasser fr(atib)us minorib(us) Baccalari(us) format(us) in theologia (et) (pre)dicator In Elwang. Anno domini 1516
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceLibrary catalogue

Provenance -

PlaceLandshut (Geonames Id: 2881485)
Areae-gx
Provenance nameMonastic Library of Minor Friars in Landshut, - [Corporate body; Former Owner] (Religious)
Provenance TypeManuscript Notes
NoteOn 1b is written: "Pro Bibliotheca fratru(m) Mino(rum) Landishuti.
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceLibrary catalogue

Provenance 1701 - 1800

PlaceLondon (Geonames Id: 2643743)
Areae-uk
Time period1701 - 1800
Provenance nameOsborne, Thomas <Bookseller, the Younger>, 1700ca - 1767 [Person] (Male, No characterisation/lay) Thomas Osborn was an English bookseller. He was the son of the London bookseller Thomas Osborne (d. 1744) who had established a bookselling busness in Gray's Inn.
Provenance TypeBibliographic Evidence
NoteThis volume is probably the copy of the Harleian Library, sold by Thomas Osborne the younger.
Method of acquisitionPurchase
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceLibrary catalogue

Provenance 1701 - 1800

PlaceEngland
Areae-uk
Time period1701 - 1800
Provenance nameHarley, Edward, 2nd Earl of Oxford, 1689 - 1741 [Person; Former Owner] (Male, Aristocracy) Eduard Harley, 2nd Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer, was a British politician, bibliophile, collector and patron of arts.
[Corporate body]
Provenance TypeBibliographic Evidence
NoteThis volume is probably the Harleian Library copy, sold by Thomas Osborne c. 1744 (Cat. Bibl. Harleianae, vol. 3, p.90, no. 1106)
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceLibrary catalogue

Provenance 1701 - 1800

PlaceLondon (Geonames Id: 2643743)
Areae-uk
Time period1701 - 1800
Provenance namePhillip Carteret Webb, 1700-1770 [Person; Former Owner] (Male, No characterisation/lay) Phillip Carteret Webb was an English barrister involved with the 18th century antiquarian movement. He became a member of the London Society of Antiquaries in 1747. He was collector of manuscripts, books, coins and medals.
Provenance TypeExlibris
NoteThe book plate with the writing "Phillip Cartert Webb" is in the book.
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceLibrary catalogue

Provenance 1701 - 1790

PlaceEngland
Areae-uk
Time period1701 - 1790
Provenance nameJoseph Gulston, 1745-1786 [Person; Former Owner] (Male, No characterisation/lay) Joseph Gulston was an English collector and connoisseur. Hereafter a financial crisis, he sold his books in June 1784. George II was one of the purchasers at the sale.
Provenance TypeBibliographic Evidence
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceLibrary catalogue

Provenance 1701 -

PlaceEngland
Areae-uk
Time period1701 -
Provenance nameDukes of Portland, 18th century [Person; Former Owner] Lady Margaret Cavendish Harley, Eduard Harley 2nd Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer daughter's, married William Bentick, 2nd Duke of Portland, in 1734. Lady Margaret was a wealthy heiress and collector. We can easily suppose that she inherited the book from his father. This is probably the way the book has arrived into the Dukes of Portland collection.
Provenance TypeExlibris
NoteWhith the book plate of the Dukes of Portland.
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceLibrary catalogue

Provenance

PlaceEngland
Areae-uk
Provenance nameTitchfield Library at Welbeck Abbey [Corporate body; Former Owner] (Aristocracy)
Provenance TypeBibliographic Evidence
NoteFrom the Titchfield Library at Welbeck abbey
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceLibrary catalogue

Provenance 1701 - 1800

PlaceEngland
Time period1701 - 1800
Provenance TypeBinding
NoteBound by C. Chapman in eighteenth century.
Binding noteBound in English gold tooled red morocco with the crest of Gulston added to one of the panels of the spine and with the monogram of the Dukes of Portland.
Binding date18th cent.
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceLibrary catalogue

Provenance 1951 -

PlaceLondon (Geonames Id: 2643743)
Areae-uk
Time period1951 -
Provenance nameBritish Museum, Library <London>, 1753- [Corporate body] (No characterisation/lay)
Provenance TypeBibliographic Evidence
NoteBought in July 1953
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceLibrary catalogue

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Last Edit2017-07-04 04:56:05

London, The British Library (GB): IB.20840

ISTC No.iv00169000

Description of Copy

Copy Id02009024
Holding InstitutionLondon, The British Library (GB)
ShelfmarkIB.20840
NoteCreated by Annalisa Ricciardi
Size of leaves325 × 216 mm

Provenance

Provenance TypeDecoration
NoteRubricated on 6, 7, 119b (m 9) and 120a.
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain

Provenance 1801 - 1890

PlaceVienne (Geonames Id: 2969284)
Areae-au
Time period1801 - 1890
Provenance nameRott, Hans, 1858-1884 [Person; Former Owner] (Male, No characterisation/lay) Hans Rott was an Austrian composer and organist. Even though his activity nowadays little knows, he was indicated as
Provenance TypeManuscript Notes
NoteOn 1a there is the early signature: "Hantz rott". The copious manuscript annotations, including a commentary on the Priapea, are in the same hand.
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceLibrary catalogue

Provenance 1511 - 1600

PlaceChorin
Areae-gx
Time period1511 - 1600
Provenance nameHaiswasser, Achatius, 1516 [Person; Former Owner] (Male, Clergy, Religious)
Provenance TypeManuscript Notes
NoteOn 1a there is the inscription: Hunc Libru(m) legauit Achatius haiswasser fr(atib)us minorib(us) Baccalari(us) format(us) in theologia (et) (pre)dicator In Elwang. Anno domini 1516
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceLibrary catalogue

Provenance

PlaceLandshut (Geonames Id: 2881485)
Areae-gx
Provenance nameMonastic Library of Minor Friars in Landshut, - [Corporate body; Former Owner] (Religious)
Provenance TypeManuscript Notes
NoteOn 1b is written: "Pro Bibliotheca fratru(m) Mino(rum) Landishuti.
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceLibrary catalogue

Provenance 1701 - 1800

PlaceLondon (Geonames Id: 2643743)
Areae-uk
Time period1701 - 1800
Provenance nameOsborne, Thomas <Bookseller, the Younger>, 1700ca - 1767 [Person] (Male, No characterisation/lay) Thomas Osborn was an English bookseller. He was the son of the London bookseller Thomas Osborne (d. 1744) who had established a bookselling busness in Gray's Inn.
Provenance TypeBibliographic Evidence
NoteThis volume is probably the copy of the Harleian Library, sold by Thomas Osborne the younger.
Method of acquisitionPurchase
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceLibrary catalogue

Provenance 1701 - 1800

PlaceEngland
Areae-uk
Time period1701 - 1800
Provenance nameHarley, Edward, 2nd Earl of Oxford, 1689 - 1741 [Person; Former Owner] (Male, Aristocracy) Eduard Harley, 2nd Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer, was a British politician, bibliophile, collector and patron of arts.
[Corporate body]
Provenance TypeBibliographic Evidence
NoteThis volume is probably the Harleian Library copy, sold by Thomas Osborne c. 1744 (Cat. Bibl. Harleianae, vol. 3, p.90, no. 1106)
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceLibrary catalogue

Provenance 1701 - 1800

PlaceLondon (Geonames Id: 2643743)
Areae-uk
Time period1701 - 1800
Provenance namePhillip Carteret Webb, 1700-1770 [Person; Former Owner] (Male, No characterisation/lay) Phillip Carteret Webb was an English barrister involved with the 18th century antiquarian movement. He became a member of the London Society of Antiquaries in 1747. He was collector of manuscripts, books, coins and medals.
Provenance TypeExlibris
NoteThe book plate with the writing "Phillip Cartert Webb" is in the book.
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceLibrary catalogue

Provenance 1701 - 1790

PlaceEngland
Areae-uk
Time period1701 - 1790
Provenance nameJoseph Gulston, 1745-1786 [Person; Former Owner] (Male, No characterisation/lay) Joseph Gulston was an English collector and connoisseur. Hereafter a financial crisis, he sold his books in June 1784. George II was one of the purchasers at the sale.
Provenance TypeBibliographic Evidence
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceLibrary catalogue

Provenance 1701 -

PlaceEngland
Areae-uk
Time period1701 -
Provenance nameDukes of Portland, 18th century [Person; Former Owner] Lady Margaret Cavendish Harley, Eduard Harley 2nd Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer daughter's, married William Bentick, 2nd Duke of Portland, in 1734. Lady Margaret was a wealthy heiress and collector. We can easily suppose that she inherited the book from his father. This is probably the way the book has arrived into the Dukes of Portland collection.
Provenance TypeExlibris
NoteWhith the book plate of the Dukes of Portland.
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceLibrary catalogue

Provenance

PlaceEngland
Areae-uk
Provenance nameTitchfield Library at Welbeck Abbey [Corporate body; Former Owner] (Aristocracy)
Provenance TypeBibliographic Evidence
NoteFrom the Titchfield Library at Welbeck abbey
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceLibrary catalogue

Provenance 1701 - 1800

PlaceEngland
Time period1701 - 1800
Provenance TypeBinding
NoteBound by C. Chapman in eighteenth century.
Binding noteBound in English gold tooled red morocco with the crest of Gulston added to one of the panels of the spine and with the monogram of the Dukes of Portland.
Binding date18th cent.
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceLibrary catalogue

Provenance 1951 -

PlaceLondon (Geonames Id: 2643743)
Areae-uk
Time period1951 -
Provenance nameBritish Museum, Library <London>, 1753- [Corporate body] (No characterisation/lay)
Provenance TypeBibliographic Evidence
NoteBought in July 1953
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceLibrary catalogue

Other Information

Last Edit2017-07-04 04:56:05