Details of provenance, owner, donor or other name
Reisach/Bibliotheca Reisachiorum, 1803; in his `Index possesorum' Paul Needham suggests Hans Adam, Graf von Reisach, with the locations of other items presumed formerly to have been in his collections: Kurt Ohly and Vera Sack, Inkunabelkatalog der Stadt- und Universitätsbibliothek und anderer öffentlicher Sammlungen in Frankfurt am Main, 5 vols (Frankfurt am Main, 1966-7), nos 2417 and 2981 (with reading as `Frisachiorum', and the date 1809); C. E. Sayle, Catalogue of the Early Printed Books Bequeathed to the [Fitzwilliam] Museum by Frank McClean (Cambridge, 1916), no. 101 (with reading as `Jeisachiorum', and the date 1809); A. Gorfinkel, Katalog inkunabulov [St Petersburg University] (Leningrad, 1967), no. 58 (with reading as `Heisachiorum', and the date 1803); and Walsh 1006 (with the date 1809). ♦ Categorisation: Type: Person. Gender: Unknown. Period: unknown century.
- O-039(1) Ovidius Naso, Publius — Opera: Steiner tradition 4 ‘Calphurnius'. — [Venice]: Jacobus Rubeus, [before Dec.] 1474. Folio.
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