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identifying provenance evidence

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I see "Francesco L. a manson[?] miaquanto maschina[?]" Can anyone do better? What do you make of this?
asked by sheola, 2016-06-20
On the reverse of a page of text there is printed these copper-engraved arms of Jenkinson. The problem is to discover in what book these arms appear.
asked by TheBookplateSociety, 2016-06-14
Can anyone make out this name?
asked by sheola, 2016-06-08
This monogram occurs on the flyleaf of a BL Harley MS I've been working on. Does anyone have any idea whose it is or at least what the constituent letters are?
asked by Suzanne Paul, 2016-06-04
I have a Josiah Wedgwood book label with the name only but cannot find out if this is the father (1730-1795) or the son (1769-1843)
asked by crab4534, 2016-05-24
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Whose arms are these?
identified by The Bookplate Society, 2016-05-12
I was trying to identify the bookplate shown in the image above which appears in another work also held at the British Library. As there were two Frederick Norths, both Earls of Guilford, and I had only ever seen the bookplate with the medal as being attributed to the younger North, I wasn't sure which North it belonged to.
identified by Stephanie , 2016-03-25
Can anyone identify the owner of this crest?
identified by PJMM, 2016-03-06
Does anyone know which Mr. William Hamilton this bookplate belongs to?
identified by John Lancaster, 2016-03-06
Seeking the identity of this bookplate owner.
identified by DavidShaw, 2016-03-06
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