Owners of Incunabula

Thorold, Sir John Hayford

Owner Id4189
TypePerson
GenderMale
Biographical dates - Period of existence1773 - 1831
Other Information10th Baronet; the collection at Syston Park, Lincolnshire, was begun by Sir John Thorold (1734-1815), the 9th Bt, who mainly collected Elzeviers; the 10th Bt collected incunabula; see ‘Contributions Towards a Dictionary of English Book-Collectors’, part II, Sept. 1892, by Michael Kerney, pp. 2-3; Fletcher, ‘Collectors’, 233-5; de Ricci, ‘English Collectors’, 159-60, with illustration of book-plate, pl. viii; ‘Complete Baronetage’, ed. G. E. C., II (Exeter, 1902), 193; on the library see also Tim Knox, `Sir John Thorold's Library at Syston Park, Lincolnshire: Bronzes for a Bibliomaniac', ‘Apollo’, 146 no. 427 (1997), 24-31; Roy Strong and others, ‘The Destruction of the Country House 1875-1975’ (London, 1974), pls 120, 284; ‘The Wardington Library: Incunabula and the Wardington Hours’ (London: Sotheby's, 5 Dec. 2006), pp. 9-10, with Syston Park book-plate illustrated on p. 17, lot 2; sale (London: Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge, 12-20 Dec. 1884, 3 July 1899).
Other Identifierhttp://thesaurus.cerl.org/record/cnp01162605
http://incunables.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/provenance/record/3627

Activity

Start (year)1815
End (year)1831
MARC Area Codee-uk-en
PlaceSyston (Geonames Id: 2636341)
Profession / Type of InstitutionScholar
CharacterisationAristocracy
Last Edit2018-03-25 10:03:24

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Thorold, Sir John Hayford

Owner Id4189
TypePerson
GenderMale
Biographical dates - Period of existence1773 - 1831
Other Information10th Baronet; the collection at Syston Park, Lincolnshire, was begun by Sir John Thorold (1734-1815), the 9th Bt, who mainly collected Elzeviers; the 10th Bt collected incunabula; see ‘Contributions Towards a Dictionary of English Book-Collectors’, part II, Sept. 1892, by Michael Kerney, pp. 2-3; Fletcher, ‘Collectors’, 233-5; de Ricci, ‘English Collectors’, 159-60, with illustration of book-plate, pl. viii; ‘Complete Baronetage’, ed. G. E. C., II (Exeter, 1902), 193; on the library see also Tim Knox, `Sir John Thorold's Library at Syston Park, Lincolnshire: Bronzes for a Bibliomaniac', ‘Apollo’, 146 no. 427 (1997), 24-31; Roy Strong and others, ‘The Destruction of the Country House 1875-1975’ (London, 1974), pls 120, 284; ‘The Wardington Library: Incunabula and the Wardington Hours’ (London: Sotheby's, 5 Dec. 2006), pp. 9-10, with Syston Park book-plate illustrated on p. 17, lot 2; sale (London: Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge, 12-20 Dec. 1884, 3 July 1899).
Other Identifierhttp://thesaurus.cerl.org/record/cnp01162605
http://incunables.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/provenance/record/3627

Activity

Start (year)1815
End (year)1831
MARC Area Codee-uk-en
PlaceSyston (Geonames Id: 2636341)
Profession / Type of InstitutionScholar
CharacterisationAristocracy
Last Edit2018-03-25 10:03:24