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Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania, Ms Codex 680

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Associated Title(s)
  • Sermones Dominicales
  • Sermon de Cruce
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Associated Entries With Provenance Data (this Manuscript Record has 4 entries)


SDBM_47924
1965 - University of Pennsylvania - Catalogue of manuscripts in the libraries of the University of Pennsylvania to 1800 - N. P. Zacour & R. Hirsch

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  • Ingilby
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  • Lyell, James P. R. (James Patrick Ronaldson), 1871-1948
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  • University of Pennsylvania
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SDBM_37161
1952 - Bernard Quaritch (Firm) - No. 699: Manuscripts (mostly from the collection of the late J.P.R. Lyell), early printed books (15th and 16th centuries)

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  • Ingilby, William Henry, Sir, 4th baronet
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  • Lyell, James P. R. (James Patrick Ronaldson), 1871-1948
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  • University of Pennsylvania
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SDBM_10696
1921-06 - Maggs Bros. - Cat. 404: Illuminated manuscripts and miniatures, European and oriental

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  • Ingilby
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  • Lyell, James P. R. (James Patrick Ronaldson), 1871-1948
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  • University of Pennsylvania
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SDBM_6474
1920-10-21 - Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge - Important medieval manuscripts and rare printed books. (Pheasant)

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  • Ingilby
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  • Lyell, James P. R. (James Patrick Ronaldson), 1871-1948
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  • University of Pennsylvania
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