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Oxford, Bodleian Library (GB): Douce 66.

ISTC Nr.ib01085100
VerfasserBrant, Sebastian
TitelDas Narrenschiff [German]
ErscheinungsvermerkBasel : Johann Bergmann, de Olpe, 12 Feb. 1499
Format
Spracheger
ThemenbereichLiterature
Stichwörterjest; poetry
Zeitraumhumanist

Beschreibung des Exemplars

Exemplar Nr.00205433
Besitzende BibliothekOxford, Bodleian Library (GB)
SignaturDouce 66.
AnmerkungBodInc-Id: B-504(1)
Weitere Identifiertib01085100 (TextInc)

Provenienz 1700

Zeitraum - 1700
ProvenienznameSchedel, Sebastian (d.1628), - 1628 great-grandson of Hartmann Schedel; see Nicolas Barker, Hortus Gystettensis: The Bishop's Garden and Besler's Magnificent Book (London, 1994), 32; Wagner 82.
AnmerkungProvenance: Sebastian Schedel (†1628); on front pastedown printed and coloured armorial book-plate: a moor's head, with motto 'Ich lass passiern', inscribed 'Sebastian Schedel', see Siebmacher, Bürgerliche Wappen V,1 pl. 76 for an identical coat of arms, but with an uncoloured head, from an Album amicorum dated Vienna, 7 Feb. 1594.

Provenienz 1701 - 1900

OrtLondon (Geonames Id: 2643743)
Regione-uk-en
Zeitraum1701 - 1900
ProvenienznameDouce, Francis (1757-1834), 1757 - 1834 [Vorbesitzer] (Männlich, Gelehrter/Wissenschaftler, Keine Characterisierung / Laie) Keeper of Manuscripts at the British Museum, bequeathed his collection to the Bodleian Library; see Catalogue of the Printed Books and Manuscripts Bequeathed by Francis Douce to the Bodleian Library (Oxford, 1840); Macray 326; Craster 15-16; `Francis Douce 1757-1834', BQR 7 (1934), 359-84; Munby, Connoisseurs, esp. 35-56; David Rogers, `Francis Douce's Manuscripts: Some Hitherto Unrecognized Provenances', in Studies in the Book Trade in Honour of Graham Pollard (Oxford, 1975), 315-40; Douce Legacy; P. R. Harris, A History of the British Museum Library 1753-1973 (London, 1998), ad indicem; I. G. Philip, `The Bodleian Library', in Nineteenth-Century Oxford, Part I, ed. M. G. Brock and M. C. Curthoys, The History of the University of Oxford, 6 (Oxford, 1997), 585-97, at 593.
AnmerkungFrancis Douce (1757-1834); armorial book-plate.

Provenienz 1602 -

OrtOxford (Geonames Id: 2640729)
Regione-uk
ProvenienznameOxford, Bodleian library, 1602 - [Körperschaft] (Universität, Keine Characterisierung / Laie)

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Oxford, Bodleian Library (GB): Douce 66.

ISTC Nr.ib01085100
VerfasserBrant, Sebastian
TitelDas Narrenschiff [German]
ErscheinungsvermerkBasel : Johann Bergmann, de Olpe, 12 Feb. 1499
Format
Spracheger
ThemenbereichLiterature
Stichwörterjest; poetry
Zeitraumhumanist

Beschreibung des Exemplars

Exemplar Nr.00205433
Besitzende BibliothekOxford, Bodleian Library (GB)
SignaturDouce 66.
AnmerkungBodInc-Id: B-504(1)
Weitere Identifiertib01085100 (TextInc)

Provenienz 1700

Zeitraum - 1700
ProvenienznameSchedel, Sebastian (d.1628), - 1628 great-grandson of Hartmann Schedel; see Nicolas Barker, Hortus Gystettensis: The Bishop's Garden and Besler's Magnificent Book (London, 1994), 32; Wagner 82.
AnmerkungProvenance: Sebastian Schedel (†1628); on front pastedown printed and coloured armorial book-plate: a moor's head, with motto 'Ich lass passiern', inscribed 'Sebastian Schedel', see Siebmacher, Bürgerliche Wappen V,1 pl. 76 for an identical coat of arms, but with an uncoloured head, from an Album amicorum dated Vienna, 7 Feb. 1594.

Provenienz 1701 - 1900

OrtLondon (Geonames Id: 2643743)
Regione-uk-en
Zeitraum1701 - 1900
ProvenienznameDouce, Francis (1757-1834), 1757 - 1834 [Vorbesitzer] (Männlich, Gelehrter/Wissenschaftler, Keine Characterisierung / Laie) Keeper of Manuscripts at the British Museum, bequeathed his collection to the Bodleian Library; see Catalogue of the Printed Books and Manuscripts Bequeathed by Francis Douce to the Bodleian Library (Oxford, 1840); Macray 326; Craster 15-16; `Francis Douce 1757-1834', BQR 7 (1934), 359-84; Munby, Connoisseurs, esp. 35-56; David Rogers, `Francis Douce's Manuscripts: Some Hitherto Unrecognized Provenances', in Studies in the Book Trade in Honour of Graham Pollard (Oxford, 1975), 315-40; Douce Legacy; P. R. Harris, A History of the British Museum Library 1753-1973 (London, 1998), ad indicem; I. G. Philip, `The Bodleian Library', in Nineteenth-Century Oxford, Part I, ed. M. G. Brock and M. C. Curthoys, The History of the University of Oxford, 6 (Oxford, 1997), 585-97, at 593.
AnmerkungFrancis Douce (1757-1834); armorial book-plate.

Provenienz

OrtOxford (Geonames Id: 2640729)
Regione-uk
ProvenienznameOxford, Bodleian library, 1602 - [Körperschaft] (Universität, Keine Characterisierung / Laie)

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