Material Evidence
in Incunabula

mei/02148716 CW-10 [02148716]

Free Library of Philadelphia (US) : CW-10

ISTC No.ic00237000
AuthorCassiodorus, Magnus Aurelius
TitleHistoria ecclesiastica tripartita
Imprint[Augsburg] : Johann Schüssler, about 5 Feb. 1472
Format
Languagelat
SubjectHistory
Keywordstheology-ecclesiology
Periodpatristic

Description of Copy

Copy Id02148716
Holding InstitutionFree Library of Philadelphia (US)
CollectionCopinger-Widener Collection
ShelfmarkCW-10
Size of leaves262 × 187 mm
Copy FeaturesIncomplete
Copy Features - NoteLeaves at v1-v4 tipped in. Lacking contemporary blank pages a1 and v5-6. Blank leaves date from a later period, with different watermarks from the rest of the text, and dark brown vertical line on each leaf 4 cm from the gutter.
Support material (book)Paper

Provenance 1472 - 1803

Areae-gx
Time period1472 - 1803
Provenance nameRott am Inn (Benedictines : SS. Marinus et Anianus). [Corporate body; Former Owner] (Religious institution, Religious)
Provenance TypeInscription
Binding
Decoration
Link to Provenance ImageInscription: "F[ratrem] Aurisiensiu[m] O.S. Bened." In ink near bottom of a3r.
NoteBavarian State Library record connects the use of "Aurisiensi" to the Benedictine monastery at Rott am Inn: "Religiosissimo et pijssimo Conuentuj Aurisiensi [Rott/Inn, Benediktinerabtei]": https://inkunabeln.digitale-sammlungen.de/Exemplar_B-477,2.html.
Date of evidence1500 - 1750
Method of acquisitionunknown
Binding note18th century half bound with dark brown leather spine and marbled paper cover. Blind tooling on leather. Manuscript label attached to spine. 18th century endleaves have dark brown vertical line on each leaf 4 cm from the gutter. Pages trimmed and colored red.
Binding date18th cent.
Binding typeBoards
Board materialPaper
Cover materialMixed
FurnitureNo
Binding statusRebound
Binding Dimensions270 × 195 × 31 mm
TitlingManuscript label
ToolingBlind
EdgesColoured
Decoration NoteDecorative capital on a3r: Green F with red interlacing.
Ornamental lettersYes
RubricationYes
Rubrication noteRubrication throughout. Large capitals in red, paragraph strokes, capital strokes, underlining. (1472-1550)
Manuscript notesNo manuscript notes
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceBook in hand

Provenance 1803 - 1825

PlaceMunich (Geonames ID: 2867714)
Areae-gx
Time period1803 - 1825
Provenance nameMünchen, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, 1558- [Corporate body; Former Owner] (Library, Unknown)
Provenance TypeDeaccession mark
Link to Provenance ImageNotation: "Duplum. Inc. Typ. Nro. 2358" On front endleaf in brown ink.
NoteNote in the hand of Johann Baptist Bernhard (1759-1821), the librarian in the Königliche Hof- und Staatsbibliothek, München, who was chiefly responsible for processing the intake from monastic libraries in the first two decades of the 19th century.
Date of evidence1810-1820
Method of acquisitionRequisition

Provenance 1855 - 1875

Areae-uk-en
Time period1855 - 1875
Provenance nameAnonymous bookseller, England, 1855-1875 [Person; Bookseller] (Male, Booktrade, No characterisation/lay)
Provenance TypeSeller's mark/note
Link to Provenance ImageBookseller's note, in pencil: "192 ff. Hain 4573. Cplt. [Complete]. 24-" On verso of front endleaf.
Date of evidence1850-1880
Method of acquisitionPurchase
SourceBook in hand

Provenance 1880 - 1898

PlaceManchester (Geonames ID: 2643123)
Areae-uk-en
Time period1880 - 1898
Provenance nameCopinger, Walter Arthur, 1847 - 1910 [Person; Former Owner] (Male, Lawyer, No characterisation/lay)
Provenance TypeExlibris
Bibliographic Evidence
Link to Provenance ImageEarly exlibris of Walter Arthur Copinger. Ex-libris with coat of arms, but no frame or date. Link is to image of the same ex-libris in MEI record https://data.cerl.org/mei/02146186.
NoteBook listed in the catalogue of Copinger's collection: Handlist of a Collection of Incunabula, Illustrating the Progress and Development of the Art of Printing Prior to the Year 1500, By Specimens from Over Three Hundred Different Presses. [London]: Privately Printed and Not for Circulation. 1898.
Rectangular white printed label “From the Library of Walter Arthur Copinger” attached to upper left corner of front pastedown.
Date of evidence1880-1898
Method of acquisitionPurchase
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceBook in hand
Hist. Library Catalogue / Accession Journal

Provenance 1898 -

PlacePhiladelphia, Pennsylvania (Geonames ID: 4560349)
Arean-us
Time period1898 -
Provenance nameFree Library of Philadelphia, 1891 - present [Corporate body; Present Owner] (Unknown, Library, No characterisation/lay)
Provenance TypeExlibris
Bibliographic Evidence
NotePart of the Copinger Collection purchased for the Free Library of Philadelphia by P.A.B. Widener of Philadelphia, 1898.
Date of evidence1898
Method of acquisitionPurchase
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceBook in hand
Library catalogue

Other Information

CompletenessThe enumeration of provenance evidence is considered complete
Last Edit2023-04-08 21:13:51

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  02148716

Free Library of Philadelphia (US) : CW-10

ISTC No.ic00237000
AuthorCassiodorus, Magnus Aurelius
TitleHistoria ecclesiastica tripartita
Imprint[Augsburg] : Johann Schüssler, about 5 Feb. 1472
Format
Languagelat
SubjectHistory
Keywordstheology-ecclesiology
Periodpatristic

Description of Copy

Copy Id02148716
Holding InstitutionFree Library of Philadelphia (US)
CollectionCopinger-Widener Collection
ShelfmarkCW-10
Size of leaves262 × 187 mm
Copy FeaturesIncomplete
Copy Features - NoteLeaves at v1-v4 tipped in. Lacking contemporary blank pages a1 and v5-6. Blank leaves date from a later period, with different watermarks from the rest of the text, and dark brown vertical line on each leaf 4 cm from the gutter.
Support material (book)Paper

Provenance 1472 - 1803

Areae-gx
Time period1472 - 1803
Provenance nameRott am Inn (Benedictines : SS. Marinus et Anianus). [Corporate body; Former Owner] (Religious institution, Religious)
Provenance TypeInscription
Binding
Decoration
Link to Provenance ImageInscription: "F[ratrem] Aurisiensiu[m] O.S. Bened." In ink near bottom of a3r.
NoteBavarian State Library record connects the use of "Aurisiensi" to the Benedictine monastery at Rott am Inn: "Religiosissimo et pijssimo Conuentuj Aurisiensi [Rott/Inn, Benediktinerabtei]": https://inkunabeln.digitale-sammlungen.de/Exemplar_B-477,2.html.
Date of evidence1500 - 1750
Method of acquisitionunknown
Binding note18th century half bound with dark brown leather spine and marbled paper cover. Blind tooling on leather. Manuscript label attached to spine. 18th century endleaves have dark brown vertical line on each leaf 4 cm from the gutter. Pages trimmed and colored red.
Binding date18th cent.
Binding typeBoards
Board materialPaper
Cover materialMixed
FurnitureNo
Binding statusRebound
Binding Dimensions270 × 195 × 31 mm
TitlingManuscript label
ToolingBlind
EdgesColoured
Decoration NoteDecorative capital on a3r: Green F with red interlacing.
Ornamental lettersYes
RubricationYes
Rubrication noteRubrication throughout. Large capitals in red, paragraph strokes, capital strokes, underlining. (1472-1550)
Manuscript notesNo manuscript notes
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceBook in hand

Provenance 1803 - 1825

PlaceMunich (Geonames ID: 2867714)
Areae-gx
Time period1803 - 1825
Provenance nameMünchen, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, 1558- [Corporate body; Former Owner] (Library, Unknown)
Provenance TypeDeaccession mark
Link to Provenance ImageNotation: "Duplum. Inc. Typ. Nro. 2358" On front endleaf in brown ink.
NoteNote in the hand of Johann Baptist Bernhard (1759-1821), the librarian in the Königliche Hof- und Staatsbibliothek, München, who was chiefly responsible for processing the intake from monastic libraries in the first two decades of the 19th century.
Date of evidence1810-1820
Method of acquisitionRequisition

Provenance 1855 - 1875

Areae-uk-en
Time period1855 - 1875
Provenance nameAnonymous bookseller, England, 1855-1875 [Person; Bookseller] (Male, Booktrade, No characterisation/lay)
Provenance TypeSeller's mark/note
Link to Provenance ImageBookseller's note, in pencil: "192 ff. Hain 4573. Cplt. [Complete]. 24-" On verso of front endleaf.
Date of evidence1850-1880
Method of acquisitionPurchase
SourceBook in hand

Provenance 1880 - 1898

PlaceManchester (Geonames ID: 2643123)
Areae-uk-en
Time period1880 - 1898
Provenance nameCopinger, Walter Arthur, 1847 - 1910 [Person; Former Owner] (Male, Lawyer, No characterisation/lay)
Provenance TypeExlibris
Bibliographic Evidence
Link to Provenance ImageEarly exlibris of Walter Arthur Copinger. Ex-libris with coat of arms, but no frame or date. Link is to image of the same ex-libris in MEI record https://data.cerl.org/mei/02146186.
NoteBook listed in the catalogue of Copinger's collection: Handlist of a Collection of Incunabula, Illustrating the Progress and Development of the Art of Printing Prior to the Year 1500, By Specimens from Over Three Hundred Different Presses. [London]: Privately Printed and Not for Circulation. 1898.
Rectangular white printed label “From the Library of Walter Arthur Copinger” attached to upper left corner of front pastedown.
Date of evidence1880-1898
Method of acquisitionPurchase
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceBook in hand
Hist. Library Catalogue / Accession Journal

Provenance 1898 -

PlacePhiladelphia, Pennsylvania (Geonames ID: 4560349)
Arean-us
Time period1898 -
Provenance nameFree Library of Philadelphia, 1891 - present [Corporate body; Present Owner] (Unknown, Library, No characterisation/lay)
Provenance TypeExlibris
Bibliographic Evidence
NotePart of the Copinger Collection purchased for the Free Library of Philadelphia by P.A.B. Widener of Philadelphia, 1898.
Date of evidence1898
Method of acquisitionPurchase
CertaintyThe recording of this evidence is considered certain
SourceBook in hand
Library catalogue

Other Information

CompletenessThe enumeration of provenance evidence is considered complete
Last Edit2023-04-08 21:13:51