Cambridge, University Library (GB): Inc.3.A.10.1
Keywordsbiography; celebratory works; women
Description of Copy
Holding InstitutionCambridge, University Library (GB)
Collation: [a-l]10, [m]8.
BMC 15th cent., II 521
Inc.3.A.10.1: Binding: Seventeenth-century full vellum over boards, dyed yellow; edges sprinkled; red spine labels [partially wanting] to spine, lettered in gilt: Boc De Clar Mvli Vlma 1473.
Inc.3.A.10.1: Decoration: mostly utilises woodcut initials, occassional spaces are undecorated.
, CXVI leaves ;
Original item identifier in source database: 5399735
PlaceCambridge (Geonames Id: 2653941)
NoteInc.3.A.10.1: Provenance: Eighteenth-century Italian armorial bookplate, bearing the legend: 'Archintea Laus'; deriving from the Archinto family of Milan, probably Count Giuseppe Archinto (1783-1861). Blue leather gilt oval bookplate: Ex Musaeo Huthii [i.e.: Henry Huth (1815-1878)]. MSS. inscxription on front flyleaf: William Morris Red House Upton Kent [i.e.: William Morris (1834-1896)]. Printed book label: From the Library of Ch: Fairfax Murray [i.e.: Charles Fairfax Mruuy (1849-1919), donated in 1918]. Annotation: Early-sixteenth-century MSS. annotations throughout, noting Boccaccio's sources, identifying pertinent sections of the text and occasionally correcting text (cf. fol. Cii recto); some maniculae.
Binding noteInc.3.A.10.1: Binding: Seventeenth-century full vellum over boards, dyed yellow; edges sprinkled; red spine labels [partially wanting] to spine, lettered in gilt: Boc De Clar Mvli Vlma 1473.
Decoration NoteInc.3.A.10.1: Decoration: mostly utilises woodcut initials, occassional spaces are undecorated.
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
Last Edit2018-08-16 09:09:02