Owners of Incunabula

München, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek

Owner Id00013535
TypeCorporate body
Biographical dates - Period of existence1558-
Other InformationMany Munich duplicates are contained in Catalogue of a Valuable Collection of Choice, Rare, & Curious Books, Consigned from Germany (London: S. Leigh Sotheby, 27 Aug. 1841); in 1850 320 volumes of incunabula were acquired by the Bodleian from the Royal Library in Munich for £113. 19. 6, as stated in the manuscript accounts of the year (Library Records b. 3); these were not included in Books Purchased; many Munich duplicates here stated to have been `acquired between 1847 and c.1892' would have been acquisitions of 1850; many of these books appear to have been shelfmarked from `Auct. 5Q 1. 1' to `Auct. 5Q 6.100', although several books in this range were acquired earlier or later than 1850; see also Butsch, Fidelis, Haugg, Carpar, and Quatremère de Quincy, Antoine; see also Lebendiges Büchererbe. Säkularisation, Mediatisierung und die Bayerische Staatsbibliothek (Munich, 2003), esp. at 9-53, for the acquisition of books from dissolved German monastic houses, and their removal to the Royal Library in Munich. Many books acquired at that time have shelfmarks "Inc. Typ." in ink, with a number ("N=" "No." or "Nro.") below, often with "Duplum" added in ink or pencil, in the distinctive hand of Johann Baptist Bernhart (1759-1821), who dealt with much of the intake from the monastic libraries. Catalogus van de Incunabelen Museum Meermanno Westreenianum II, 1918, p. 471
Variant NamesMunich, Royal Library
Bibliotheca regia Monacensis
München, Königliche Hof- und Staatsbibliothek
Munchen, Koninklijke Bibliotheek

Activity

Start (year)1558
MARC Area Codee-gx
PlaceMunich (Geonames Id: 2867714)
Profession / Type of InstitutionLibrary
CharacterisationUnknown
Last Edit2017-09-28 01:12:56

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München, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek

Owner Id00013535
TypeCorporate body
Biographical dates - Period of existence1558-
Other InformationMany Munich duplicates are contained in Catalogue of a Valuable Collection of Choice, Rare, & Curious Books, Consigned from Germany (London: S. Leigh Sotheby, 27 Aug. 1841); in 1850 320 volumes of incunabula were acquired by the Bodleian from the Royal Library in Munich for £113. 19. 6, as stated in the manuscript accounts of the year (Library Records b. 3); these were not included in Books Purchased; many Munich duplicates here stated to have been `acquired between 1847 and c.1892' would have been acquisitions of 1850; many of these books appear to have been shelfmarked from `Auct. 5Q 1. 1' to `Auct. 5Q 6.100', although several books in this range were acquired earlier or later than 1850; see also Butsch, Fidelis, Haugg, Carpar, and Quatremère de Quincy, Antoine; see also Lebendiges Büchererbe. Säkularisation, Mediatisierung und die Bayerische Staatsbibliothek (Munich, 2003), esp. at 9-53, for the acquisition of books from dissolved German monastic houses, and their removal to the Royal Library in Munich. Many books acquired at that time have shelfmarks "Inc. Typ." in ink, with a number ("N=" "No." or "Nro.") below, often with "Duplum" added in ink or pencil, in the distinctive hand of Johann Baptist Bernhart (1759-1821), who dealt with much of the intake from the monastic libraries. Catalogus van de Incunabelen Museum Meermanno Westreenianum II, 1918, p. 471
Variant NamesMunich, Royal Library
Bibliotheca regia Monacensis
München, Königliche Hof- und Staatsbibliothek
Munchen, Koninklijke Bibliotheek

Activity

Start (year)1558
MARC Area Codee-gx
PlaceMunich (Geonames Id: 2867714)
Profession / Type of InstitutionLibrary
CharacterisationUnknown
Last Edit2017-09-28 01:12:56