SDBM_183470

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Source
Source 1859-03-28 - S. Leigh Sotheby & John Wilkinson (Firm) - Manuscripts, chiefly upon vellum, in various languages of Europe and the East, formed by M. Guglielmo Libri ... (Auction/Dealer Catalog)
Cat./Lot # 407
Transaction Information
Selling Agent(s) S. Leigh Sotheby & John Wilkinson (Firm)
Seller(s) Libri, Guillaume, 1803-1869
Buyer(s) Phillipps, Thomas, Sir, 1792-1872
Date Sold 1859-04-05
Manuscript Details
Titles De locis ac mirabilibus mundi
Manuscript Dates C 1460 (1450 to 1471)
Languages Latin
Materials Parchment
Places France
Folios 21 Lines Columns
Height 490 Width 380 Alt Size
Other Info

Was n. 3 in a volume of 3 tracts, n. 2 being a ms in 11 f of Brocardus travels to the Holy Land, now belonging to the University of Chicago, ms 707
MIGRATION_ISSUE: 'Secondary Source' field in the legacy database was 'De Ricci, vol. I, p. 514, no. 15.334'

Provenance Information
(No Date) Libri, Guillaume, 1803-1869
(No Date) Phillipps, Thomas, Sir, 1792-1872
(No Date) Edwards
(No Date) Voynich, Wilfred Michael, 1865-1930
(No Date) Logan, Mrs. Frank G.
(No Date) Art Institute of Chicago
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Created by tekla on 2010-08-16 3:38pm
Last Updated by Emma Cawlfield on 2015-09-11 12:46:18 -0400
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