Material Evidence
in Incunabula

San Marino CA, Huntington Library (US): 93545

ISTC No.ip00385000
AuthorPetrarca, Francesco
TitleTrionfi (comm: Bernardo Lapini da Siena) e Canzoniere (comm: Franciscus Philelphus and Hieronymus Squarzaficus)
ImprintVenice : Bernardinus Rizus, Novariensis, 1488
Format
Languageita
SubjectLiterature
KeywordsCommentary; Poetry; Collection
PeriodHumanist

Description of Copy

Copy Id02129326
Holding InstitutionSan Marino CA, Huntington Library (US)
Shelfmark93545
NoteRecord created by Elena Fogolin.
Size of leaves305 × 208 mm
Copy FeaturesComplete
No rubrication
Copy Features - NoteNo rubrication. Capital letters and smaller initials not filled in. On a1r, some drawings and three MS. inscription in three different early hands: "El v[ostro] seruitore se r[e]co[m]ma[n]da | Jo. Franciscus bergonzius [?]"; "Jo…] Mia Zuccherini[?]"; "Delphine [last name illegible]".
On the recto of first front free flyleaf, late MS. "Incunabulo | 1488" in blank ink [18th century?] and later "Rarissimo" in pencil.
Bookplate removed.
Support material (book)Paper
SourceH.R. Mead, Incunabula in the Huntington Library (San Marino, CA, The Huntington Library, 1937), no. 2841.

Provenance 1488 - 1550

Areae-it
Time period1488 - 1550
Provenance TypeManuscript Notes
Manuscript notesOn a3r: pen trials. MS. notes in at least two hands inside the frames of the woodcuts on a3v (Triumphus Amoris, "[...] Nudus [...] | […] est cupido"); f2v (Triumphus Castitatis, "Castitas"); g6v (Triumphus Mortis, "Mors" and "TRIVMPHVS MORTIS"); i7v (Triumphus Famae, "FAMA"), r1v (Triumphus Temporis, "Tempus"). No MS. note on the last woodcut, on leaf s3v. Some details of some woodcuts are colored or decorated in brown or black ink.
On a5v, MS. note referring to the tercets. A few reading marks and underlines; one manicule on q8v.
On t6v (final blank) "desiderio" and below, a decorative oval containing "Aime susp[ir]ii donor [?]".
Ms. notes (frequency)A few
Location in BookThroughout
Reading marks (underlining and pointing hands)Yes
DrawingsYes
Pen trialsYes
Personal NotesYes
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceBook in hand

Provenance 1600 - 1700

Areae-it
Time period1600 - 1700
Provenance TypeBinding
Binding note17th [?]-century Italian limp vellum. Edges sprinkled red and blue. MS. spine title: "Triunfi | del | Petrarca". At foot, in later hand: "1488. | Venitia”.
Binding date17th cent.
Binding typeLimp
Board materialPaper
Cover materialParchment/Vellum
Binding statusRebound
Binding Dimensions312 × 213 × 30 mm
TitlingManuscript
EdgesColoured
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered uncertain
SourceBook in hand

Provenance 1925 - 1925

Areae-gx
Time period1925 - 1925
Provenance nameVollbehr, Otto Heinrich Friedrich, 1869-1946 [Person] (Male, Booktrade, No characterisation/lay)
Provenance TypeDocumentary Evidence
NotePencil note "Vollbehr 1461" on front free flyleaf recto. Huntington Library catalogue records purchase "From Vollbehr, March 23, 1925".
SourceBook in hand
Library catalogue

Provenance 1925 - 1927

PlaceSan Marino (Geonames Id: 5392400)
Arean-us-ca
Time period1925 - 1927
Provenance nameHenry Edwards Huntington, 1850-1927 [Person; Former Owner] (Male, Business, No characterisation/lay)
Provenance TypeBibliographic Evidence
NoteHuntington Library catalogue records purchase "From Vollbehr, March 23, 1925".
Method of acquisitionPurchase
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceLibrary catalogue

Provenance 1927 -

PlaceSan Marino (Geonames Id: 5392400)
Arean-us-ca
Time period1927 -
Provenance nameThe Huntington, 1927- [Corporate body; Present Owner] (Library, No characterisation/lay)
Provenance TypeBibliographic Evidence
NoteHenry Huntington founded the library to house his collection.
Method of acquisitionBequest
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceBook in hand
Library catalogue

Other Information

CompletenessThe enumeration of provenance evidence is considered incomplete
Last Edit2019-08-09 17:38:02

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San Marino CA, Huntington Library (US): 93545

ISTC No.ip00385000
AuthorPetrarca, Francesco
TitleTrionfi (comm: Bernardo Lapini da Siena) e Canzoniere (comm: Franciscus Philelphus and Hieronymus Squarzaficus)
ImprintVenice : Bernardinus Rizus, Novariensis, 1488
Format
Languageita
SubjectLiterature
KeywordsCommentary; Poetry; Collection
PeriodHumanist

Description of Copy

Copy Id02129326
Holding InstitutionSan Marino CA, Huntington Library (US)
Shelfmark93545
NoteRecord created by Elena Fogolin.
Size of leaves305 × 208 mm
Copy FeaturesComplete
No rubrication
Copy Features - NoteNo rubrication. Capital letters and smaller initials not filled in. On a1r, some drawings and three MS. inscription in three different early hands: "El v[ostro] seruitore se r[e]co[m]ma[n]da | Jo. Franciscus bergonzius [?]"; "Jo…] Mia Zuccherini[?]"; "Delphine [last name illegible]".
On the recto of first front free flyleaf, late MS. "Incunabulo | 1488" in blank ink [18th century?] and later "Rarissimo" in pencil.
Bookplate removed.
Support material (book)Paper
SourceH.R. Mead, Incunabula in the Huntington Library (San Marino, CA, The Huntington Library, 1937), no. 2841.

Provenance 1488 - 1550

Areae-it
Time period1488 - 1550
Provenance TypeManuscript Notes
Manuscript notesOn a3r: pen trials. MS. notes in at least two hands inside the frames of the woodcuts on a3v (Triumphus Amoris, "[...] Nudus [...] | […] est cupido"); f2v (Triumphus Castitatis, "Castitas"); g6v (Triumphus Mortis, "Mors" and "TRIVMPHVS MORTIS"); i7v (Triumphus Famae, "FAMA"), r1v (Triumphus Temporis, "Tempus"). No MS. note on the last woodcut, on leaf s3v. Some details of some woodcuts are colored or decorated in brown or black ink.
On a5v, MS. note referring to the tercets. A few reading marks and underlines; one manicule on q8v.
On t6v (final blank) "desiderio" and below, a decorative oval containing "Aime susp[ir]ii donor [?]".
Ms. notes (frequency)A few
Location in BookThroughout
Reading marks (underlining and pointing hands)Yes
DrawingsYes
Pen trialsYes
Personal NotesYes
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceBook in hand

Provenance 1600 - 1700

Areae-it
Time period1600 - 1700
Provenance TypeBinding
Binding note17th [?]-century Italian limp vellum. Edges sprinkled red and blue. MS. spine title: "Triunfi | del | Petrarca". At foot, in later hand: "1488. | Venitia”.
Binding date17th cent.
Binding typeLimp
Board materialPaper
Cover materialParchment/Vellum
Binding statusRebound
Binding Dimensions312 × 213 × 30 mm
TitlingManuscript
EdgesColoured
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered uncertain
SourceBook in hand

Provenance 1925 - 1925

Areae-gx
Time period1925 - 1925
Provenance nameVollbehr, Otto Heinrich Friedrich, 1869-1946 [Person] (Male, Booktrade, No characterisation/lay)
Provenance TypeDocumentary Evidence
NotePencil note "Vollbehr 1461" on front free flyleaf recto. Huntington Library catalogue records purchase "From Vollbehr, March 23, 1925".
SourceBook in hand
Library catalogue

Provenance 1925 - 1927

PlaceSan Marino (Geonames Id: 5392400)
Arean-us-ca
Time period1925 - 1927
Provenance nameHenry Edwards Huntington, 1850-1927 [Person; Former Owner] (Male, Business, No characterisation/lay)
Provenance TypeBibliographic Evidence
NoteHuntington Library catalogue records purchase "From Vollbehr, March 23, 1925".
Method of acquisitionPurchase
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceLibrary catalogue

Provenance 1927 -

PlaceSan Marino (Geonames Id: 5392400)
Arean-us-ca
Time period1927 -
Provenance nameThe Huntington, 1927- [Corporate body; Present Owner] (Library, No characterisation/lay)
Provenance TypeBibliographic Evidence
NoteHenry Huntington founded the library to house his collection.
Method of acquisitionBequest
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceBook in hand
Library catalogue

Other Information

CompletenessThe enumeration of provenance evidence is considered incomplete
Last Edit2019-08-09 17:38:02