Material Evidence
in Incunabula

University of Glasgow (GB): Sp Coll S.M. 1959

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 Id02144212
Holding InstitutionUniversity of Glasgow (GB)
ShelfmarkSp Coll S.M. 1959
NoteS.M. 1959
Size of leaves278 × 183 mm
Electronic ReproductionGlasgow Incunabula Project See the description of this item and digitised pages on the Glasgow Incunabula Project's Website
Other IdentifierP24 (Glasgow Incunabula Project)

Provenance 1818-1878

Provenance nameStirling Maxwell, William, Sir, 1818-1878 [Person] Bookplates and binding.
NoteSir William Stirling Maxwell, 9th baronet, (1818-1878), art historian and collector: Stirling Maxwell's arms including the mottoes "Gang forward", "Poco a poco", "I am ready", "Chi dura vince" printed in red and black on front pastedown and his engraved booklabel "Emblems Keir" mounted on rear pastedown; Stirling Maxwell's shelfmark "26B" in pencil on rear pastedown and another Stirling Maxwell shelfmark "ii.1." in pencil on front pastedown. Source unknown

Provenance

PlaceGlasgow (Geonames Id: 2648579)
Areae-uk-st
Provenance nameUniversity of Glasgow [Corporate body] Current Owner
NoteUniversity of Glasgow: Sir John Stirling Maxwell, 10th baronet, (1866-1956), Sir William's son, bequeathed a portion of the Stirling Maxwell library to the University of Glasgow Library in 1956 (received in 1958).
Binding noteBinding: England, 19th-century red morocco; gold-tooled spine; gilt-edged leaves; Sir William Stirling Maxwell's arms in gilt on front cover with the mottoes "Gang forward" and "I am ready" and his monogram and the same mottoes in gilt on the rear cover; grey endpapers. Size: 287 x 197 mm.
Decoration NoteDecoration: four-line initial "D" on a4r supplied in black ink; six-line initial "N" on a4r supplied in purple and embellished with floral decoration in red and green extending into the margin.
Manuscript notesAnnotations: cropped marginal annotation on a4v referring to the word "insomnio" in the text.

Other Information

CompletenessThe enumeration of provenance evidence is considered complete
Last Edit2021-06-03 12:00:00

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University of Glasgow (GB): Sp Coll S.M. 1959

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 Id02144212
Holding InstitutionUniversity of Glasgow (GB)
ShelfmarkSp Coll S.M. 1959
NoteS.M. 1959
Size of leaves278 × 183 mm
Electronic ReproductionGlasgow Incunabula Project See the description of this item and digitised pages on the Glasgow Incunabula Project's Website
Other IdentifierP24 (Glasgow Incunabula Project)

Provenance

Provenance nameStirling Maxwell, William, Sir, 1818-1878 [Person] Bookplates and binding.
NoteSir William Stirling Maxwell, 9th baronet, (1818-1878), art historian and collector: Stirling Maxwell's arms including the mottoes "Gang forward", "Poco a poco", "I am ready", "Chi dura vince" printed in red and black on front pastedown and his engraved booklabel "Emblems Keir" mounted on rear pastedown; Stirling Maxwell's shelfmark "26B" in pencil on rear pastedown and another Stirling Maxwell shelfmark "ii.1." in pencil on front pastedown. Source unknown

Provenance

PlaceGlasgow (Geonames Id: 2648579)
Areae-uk-st
Provenance nameUniversity of Glasgow [Corporate body] Current Owner
NoteUniversity of Glasgow: Sir John Stirling Maxwell, 10th baronet, (1866-1956), Sir William's son, bequeathed a portion of the Stirling Maxwell library to the University of Glasgow Library in 1956 (received in 1958).
Binding noteBinding: England, 19th-century red morocco; gold-tooled spine; gilt-edged leaves; Sir William Stirling Maxwell's arms in gilt on front cover with the mottoes "Gang forward" and "I am ready" and his monogram and the same mottoes in gilt on the rear cover; grey endpapers. Size: 287 x 197 mm.
Decoration NoteDecoration: four-line initial "D" on a4r supplied in black ink; six-line initial "N" on a4r supplied in purple and embellished with floral decoration in red and green extending into the margin.
Manuscript notesAnnotations: cropped marginal annotation on a4v referring to the word "insomnio" in the text.

Other Information

CompletenessThe enumeration of provenance evidence is considered complete
Last Edit2021-06-03 12:00:00