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New York, The Morgan Library and Museum (US): PML 48817

ISTC No.ij00333350
AuthorJohannes de Gigliis and Perseus de Malvitiis, commissaries
TitleIndulgentia 1489. For promoting the war against the Turks
Imprint[Westminster : William Caxton, 1489, before 24 Apr.]
FormatBdsde (f°)
Languagelat
SubjectLaw-Canon
Keywordstheology-practical; grants & licenses; turcica; current affairs; collection
Periodcontemporary

Description of Copy

Copy Id02128711
Holding InstitutionNew York, The Morgan Library and Museum (US)
ShelfmarkPML 48817
NoteChL 1790A
NoteCreated by Drew Facklam.
Physical DescriptionOne leaf, printed on one side only.
Size of leaves146 × 230 mm
Copy Features - NotePML copy with manuscript issue date of 17 July 1489 to Richard Hopton of Eton College, Oxford.
PML copy on vellum.
PML copy with fragmentary red wax seal (2.5 x 4 cm) of Innocent VIII attached to vellum strip at bottom of indulgence. A similar fragmentary seal is on the copy of this indulgence now in the Toshiyuki Takamiya collection in Tokyo, see Christie's, 9 Dec. 1981, lot 207.
Hand decoration: Rubrication not required.
Annotations: Indulgence filled in, purchased by Magister Ricardus Hopton sacre theologie professor...decimo septi[m]o...julii. Early 18th-century inscription on verso: a Disensacion by [th]e Popes Authority for [th]e Remission of Sinnes.
Electronic ReproductionPML 48817
SourceNinth Report to the Fellows of the Pierpont Morgan Library, 1958 & 1959 / Frederick B. Adams, Jr. New York: Pierpont Morgan Library, 1959, 43-45.
On Richard Hopton, see Biographical Register of the University of Oxford to AD 1500 / A. B. Emden. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1957, II:960-61.

Provenance 1489 - 1497

PlaceEton, England (Geonames Id: 2649873)
Areae-uk-en
Time period1489 - 1497
Provenance nameHopton, Richard, -1496/97 [Person; Former Owner] (Male, University lecturer, No characterisation/lay)
NoteRichard Hopton (died 19 January 1496/97), headmaster and later Fellow of Eton College, purchased indulgence 17 July 1489 (another copy was sold to Henricus Bost, Provost of Eton on 24 April, see BMC XI 165, IA.55126). Annotations: Indulgence filled in, purchased by Magister Ricardus Hopton sacre theologie professor...decimo septi[m]o...julii.
Method of acquisitionPurchase
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceBook in hand

Provenance 1700 - 1750

PlaceEngland (Geonames Id: 6269131)
Areae-uk-en
Time period1700 - 1750
Provenance nameAnonymous Inscriber, English, 1700-1800 [Person; Role not specified] (Unknown, No characterisation/lay)
Provenance TypeInscription
NoteEarly 18th-century inscription on verso: a Disensacion by [th]e Popes Authority for [th]e Remission of Sinnes.
Method of acquisitionunknown
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceBook in hand

Provenance 1957 - 1958

PlaceLondon, England (Geonames Id: 2643743)
Areae-uk-en
Time period1957 - 1958
Provenance nameSotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge [Corporate body; Bookseller] (Booktrade, No characterisation/lay)
E.P. Goldschmidt & Co. [Corporate body; Former Owner] (Booktrade, No characterisation/lay)
Provenance TypeDocumentary Evidence
NoteSotheby's London, 21 October 1957, lot 343, purchased by E.P. Goldschmidt for the Beinecke Foundation for the Morgan Library.
Method of acquisitionPurchase
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceBook in hand
Auction / Sales Catalogue

Provenance 1958 -

PlaceNew York City, New York (Geonames Id: 5128581)
Arean-us-ny
Time period1958 -
Provenance nameThe Morgan Library & Museum, 1924- [Corporate body; Present Owner] (Library) The Pierpont Morgan Library was chartered in 1924. J.P. Morgan transferred the collection to the Library. Since 2006 the institution goes by the name The Morgan Library & Museum.
NotePierpont Morgan Library, gift of the Beinecke Foundation, February 1958.
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceBook in hand
Hist. Library Catalogue / Accession Journal

Other Information

CompletenessThe enumeration of provenance evidence is considered complete
Last Edit2020-12-29 10:06:37

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New York, The Morgan Library and Museum (US): PML 48817

ISTC No.ij00333350
AuthorJohannes de Gigliis and Perseus de Malvitiis, commissaries
TitleIndulgentia 1489. For promoting the war against the Turks
Imprint[Westminster : William Caxton, 1489, before 24 Apr.]
FormatBdsde (f°)
Languagelat
SubjectLaw-Canon
Keywordstheology-practical; grants & licenses; turcica; current affairs; collection
Periodcontemporary

Description of Copy

Copy Id02128711
Holding InstitutionNew York, The Morgan Library and Museum (US)
ShelfmarkPML 48817
NoteChL 1790A
NoteCreated by Drew Facklam.
Physical DescriptionOne leaf, printed on one side only.
Size of leaves146 × 230 mm
Copy Features - NotePML copy with manuscript issue date of 17 July 1489 to Richard Hopton of Eton College, Oxford.
PML copy on vellum.
PML copy with fragmentary red wax seal (2.5 x 4 cm) of Innocent VIII attached to vellum strip at bottom of indulgence. A similar fragmentary seal is on the copy of this indulgence now in the Toshiyuki Takamiya collection in Tokyo, see Christie's, 9 Dec. 1981, lot 207.
Hand decoration: Rubrication not required.
Annotations: Indulgence filled in, purchased by Magister Ricardus Hopton sacre theologie professor...decimo septi[m]o...julii. Early 18th-century inscription on verso: a Disensacion by [th]e Popes Authority for [th]e Remission of Sinnes.
Electronic ReproductionPML 48817
SourceNinth Report to the Fellows of the Pierpont Morgan Library, 1958 & 1959 / Frederick B. Adams, Jr. New York: Pierpont Morgan Library, 1959, 43-45.
On Richard Hopton, see Biographical Register of the University of Oxford to AD 1500 / A. B. Emden. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1957, II:960-61.

Provenance 1489 - 1497

PlaceEton, England (Geonames Id: 2649873)
Areae-uk-en
Time period1489 - 1497
Provenance nameHopton, Richard, -1496/97 [Person; Former Owner] (Male, University lecturer, No characterisation/lay)
NoteRichard Hopton (died 19 January 1496/97), headmaster and later Fellow of Eton College, purchased indulgence 17 July 1489 (another copy was sold to Henricus Bost, Provost of Eton on 24 April, see BMC XI 165, IA.55126). Annotations: Indulgence filled in, purchased by Magister Ricardus Hopton sacre theologie professor...decimo septi[m]o...julii.
Method of acquisitionPurchase
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceBook in hand

Provenance 1700 - 1750

PlaceEngland (Geonames Id: 6269131)
Areae-uk-en
Time period1700 - 1750
Provenance nameAnonymous Inscriber, English, 1700-1800 [Person; Role not specified] (Unknown, No characterisation/lay)
Provenance TypeInscription
NoteEarly 18th-century inscription on verso: a Disensacion by [th]e Popes Authority for [th]e Remission of Sinnes.
Method of acquisitionunknown
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceBook in hand

Provenance 1957 - 1958

PlaceLondon, England (Geonames Id: 2643743)
Areae-uk-en
Time period1957 - 1958
Provenance nameSotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge [Corporate body; Bookseller] (Booktrade, No characterisation/lay)
E.P. Goldschmidt & Co. [Corporate body; Former Owner] (Booktrade, No characterisation/lay)
Provenance TypeDocumentary Evidence
NoteSotheby's London, 21 October 1957, lot 343, purchased by E.P. Goldschmidt for the Beinecke Foundation for the Morgan Library.
Method of acquisitionPurchase
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceBook in hand
Auction / Sales Catalogue

Provenance 1958 -

PlaceNew York City, New York (Geonames Id: 5128581)
Arean-us-ny
Time period1958 -
Provenance nameThe Morgan Library & Museum, 1924- [Corporate body; Present Owner] (Library) The Pierpont Morgan Library was chartered in 1924. J.P. Morgan transferred the collection to the Library. Since 2006 the institution goes by the name The Morgan Library & Museum.
NotePierpont Morgan Library, gift of the Beinecke Foundation, February 1958.
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceBook in hand
Hist. Library Catalogue / Accession Journal

Other Information

CompletenessThe enumeration of provenance evidence is considered complete
Last Edit2020-12-29 10:06:37