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March 23-24 “From Refugees to Restitution: The History of Nazi Looted Art in the UK – Cambridge.

William Carew Hazlitt, A Roll of Honour: a calendar of the names of over 17,000 men and women who throughout the British Isles and in our early colonies have collected MSS. and printed books from the XIVth to the XIXth century, with topographical and personal notices and anecdotes of many of them and their libraries and introductory remarks. London, Quaritch, 1908..

St John’s College, Oxford. Retrospective catalog of early printed books..

Bodleian Library, Oxford. Provenance index of rare books collections in the Bodleian Library.

Westminster Abbey, London. Incunabula in the Westminster Abbey and Westminster School Libraries by Christopher D. Cook, with bookbinding descriptions by Mirjam M. Foot..

British Library, London. Sir Hans Sloane’s Library.

British Library, London. Provenance research.

Canterbury Cathedral Library. Books and libraries in Canterbury.

Canterbury Cathedral Library. Provenance names from the Mendham Collection.

Canterbury Cathedral Library. Provenance names for books printed before 1801.

St John’s College, Cambridge. Provenance & Binding Indexes.

Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. Parker Library Cataloguing Project – Provenance.

English book owners in the seventeenth century. The Bibliographical Society: Electronic Publications.

Private Libraries in Renaissance England (PLRE).

William M. Hamlin, Alphabetical List of Private Book-Owners and Institutional Collections.

Margaret Lane Ford, Early Book Owners in Britain.

Alan Nelson, Index to former owners of various printed books.

British Armorial Bindings.

The Spoliation Advisory Commission.

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Inventory Catalogues of works called “Entartete Kunst” from the Victoria and Albert Museum.

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The Spoliation Advisory Commission.

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William Carew Hazlitt, A Roll of Honour: a calendar of the names of over 17,000 men and women who throughout the British Isles and in our early colonies have collected MSS. and printed books from the XIVth to the XIXth century, with topographical and personal notices and anecdotes of many of them and their libraries and introductory remarks. London, Quaritch, 1908..

St John’s College, Oxford. Retrospective catalog of early printed books..

Bodleian Library, Oxford. Provenance index of rare books collections in the Bodleian Library.

Westminster Abbey, London. Incunabula in the Westminster Abbey and Westminster School Libraries by Christopher D. Cook, with bookbinding descriptions by Mirjam M. Foot..

British Library, London. Sir Hans Sloane’s Library.

British Library, London. Provenance research.

Canterbury Cathedral Library. Books and libraries in Canterbury.

Canterbury Cathedral Library. Provenance names from the Mendham Collection.

Canterbury Cathedral Library. Provenance names for books printed before 1801.

St John’s College, Cambridge. Provenance & Binding Indexes.

Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. Parker Library Cataloguing Project – Provenance.

English book owners in the seventeenth century. The Bibliographical Society: Electronic Publications.

Private Libraries in Renaissance England (PLRE).

William M. Hamlin, Alphabetical List of Private Book-Owners and Institutional Collections.

Margaret Lane Ford, Early Book Owners in Britain.

Alan Nelson, Index to former owners of various printed books.

British Armorial Bindings.