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Shelfmark Stowe 503 vol 1
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Title " SELECTA Quæedam ex Rotulis Patentibus ":a collection of transcripts from the Patent RollsVol I. (ff. 3-18 John
Place of Publication
Date of Publication
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Shelfmark Stowe 503 vol 1
Upper cover
Country England
Period 18c
Colour Red
Cover Material Calf
Decorative Technique Tooled in gold
Style/Type Armorial
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Ownership mark Astle, Thomas (1735-1803)
Reference To research armorials see British Armorial Bindings Database sponsored jointly by the Bibliographical Society and the University of Toronto http://armorial.library.utoronto.ca
Notes Manuscript.



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Shelfmark Stowe 937
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Title CHARTULARY Of Pipewell Abbey, co. Northampton, compiled, and written by various hands, in the latter half of the 13th cent. [manuscript on parchment]
Place of Publication England
Date of Publication 14c
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Shelfmark Stowe 937
Upper cover
Country Italy
Period 18c
Colour Red
Cover Material Goatskin (includes morocco, turkey etc)
Decorative Technique Tooled in gold
Style/Type Animals; Armorial; Azured or hatched motifs; Fleur de lis; Deer motif; Frame
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Ownership mark Astle, Thomas (1735-1803)
Reference To research armorials see British Armorial Bindings Database sponsored jointly by the Bibliographical Society and the University of Toronto http://armorial.library.utoronto.ca
Notes Looks Italian in style. There are traces of 4 ties. In binding (18th cent.) of dark red morocco, richly tooled; rebacked, and with the arms of Tho. Astle inserted in the centre. Octavo. With the name "Joseph Spence, 1677," on the outside of the lower cover; and "Bibl. T. Astlei, arm." and "Chandos Buckingham, July 18, 1813 " [ sc . Richard, 1st Duke of Buckingham and Chandos] on the inside of the upper cover



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Shelfmark Stowe 941
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Title "REGISTRUM cartarum Sacristarie sancti Neoti factum ad festum Annunciacionis Sancte Marie Anno incarnacionis domini mo co octogesimo sexto, tempore fratris Willelmi le Caron de Becco tunc Sacriste." [Manuscript on parchment]
Place of Publication England
Date of Publication
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Shelfmark Stowe 941
Upper cover
Country England
Period 18c
Colour Red
Cover Material Velvet
Decorative Technique
Style/Type Armorial; Medallion or plaquette
Edges
Bookbinder
Ownership mark Astle, Thomas (1735-1803)
Reference To research armorials see British Armorial Bindings Database sponsored jointly by the Bibliographical Society and the University of Toronto http://armorial.library.utoronto.ca
Notes Bound in boards covered with crimson velvet, having in the centre a small enamelled medallion of the arras and motto of Thomas Astle. Octavo.


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Shelfmark Stowe 941
Lower cover
Country England
Period 18c
Colour Red
Cover Material Velvet
Decorative Technique
Style/Type Armorial; Medallion or plaquette
Edges
Bookbinder
Ownership mark Astle, Thomas (1735-1803)
Reference To research armorials see British Armorial Bindings Database sponsored jointly by the Bibliographical Society and the University of Toronto http://armorial.library.utoronto.ca
Notes Bound in boards covered with crimson velvet, having in the centre a small enamelled medallion of the arras and motto of Thomas Astle. Octavo.


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Shelfmark stowe 1061
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Title FACSIMILES, executed by hand, of ancient writing and illuminations from manuscripts in the British Museum, Bodleian, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, Lambeth, and other Libraries, apparently collected by Thomas Astle [Parchment & paper manuscript]
Place of Publication
Date of Publication
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Shelfmark stowe 1061
Upper cover
Country England
Period 18c
Colour Red
Cover Material Goatskin (includes morocco, turkey etc)
Decorative Technique Tooled in gold
Style/Type Armorial; Centrepiece
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Bookbinder
Ownership mark Astle, Thomas (1735-1803)
Reference To research armorials see British Armorial Bindings Database sponsored jointly by the Bibliographical Society and the University of Toronto http://armorial.library.utoronto.ca
Notes Bound in red morocco, tooled, with the arms of Thomas Astle, Folio.



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Shelfmark Stowe 89
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Title SOME ACCOUNT of the affairs of France since the disgrace of the Duc de Choiscul [1771] to the year 1776":
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Shelfmark Stowe 89
Lower cover low resolution
Country England
Period 18c
Colour Red
Cover Material Goatskin (includes morocco, turkey etc)
Decorative Technique Tooled in gold
Style/Type Lozenge or diamond
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Ownership mark Astle, Thomas (1735-1803)
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Shelfmark Stowe Ms 944
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Title Liber Vitae of Newminster and Hyde, with register, charters, customs, the will of Alfred the Great, benedictions and order of Mass, etc. [Manuscript] Origin England, S. W. (Winchester) Date c. 1031 Language Latin and English Script Insular minuscule Scribe Aelfsige
Place of Publication Winchester
Date of Publication 11c
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Shelfmark Stowe Ms 944
Country England
Period 18c
Colour Green
Cover Material Goatskin (includes morocco, turkey etc)
Decorative Technique Tooled in gold
Style/Type Armorial; Panel design
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Bookbinder
Ownership mark Astle, Thomas (1735-1803)
Reference
Notes Thomas Astle (b. 1735, d. 1803), archivist and collector of books and manuscripts, in 1770: see above inscription (f. 69); his signature: 'Tho. Astle March 25th 1771 (f. 5), with calligraphic account and contents of the manuscript on parchment, probably commissioned by Astle (ff. 1-5); his arms on the binding.


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Shelfmark Stowe Ms 944
Spine
Country England
Period 18c
Colour Green
Cover Material Goatskin (includes morocco, turkey etc)
Decorative Technique Tooled in gold
Style/Type Armorial
Edges
Bookbinder
Ownership mark Astle, Thomas (1735-1803)
Reference
Notes Thomas Astle (b. 1735, d. 1803), archivist and collector of books and manuscripts, in 1770: see above inscription (f. 69); his signature: 'Tho. Astle March 25th 1771 (f. 5), with calligraphic account and contents of the manuscript on parchment, probably commissioned by Astle (ff. 1-5); his arms on the binding.


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