Table of contents for Books on the move : tracking copies through collections and the book trade / edited by Robin Myers, Michael Harris, and Giles Mandelbrote.

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Contents 
Introduction page vii 
List of Contributors xi 
List of those attending the Conference xiii 
Peter Beal 
Zostl the destruction, dispersal and rediscovery of 
manuscripts I 
David Pearson 
What Can We Learn by Tracking Multiple Copies of 
Books? 17 
Angela Nuovo 
The Creation and Dispersal of the Library of Gian 
Vincenzo Pinelli 39 
Astrid Balsern 
Booksfiom the Library ofAndrea Dudith (1533-89) 
in the Library of Isaac Vossius (1618-89) 69 
Jos van Heel 
From Venice and Naples to Paris, The Hague, London, 
Oxford, Berlin.. .. The Odyssq of the Manuscript 
Collection of Gerard and Johan Meerman 87 
Cristina Dondi 
Pathways to Survival of Books of Hours Printed in Italy 
in the FEfteenth Century 113 
Pierre Delsaerdt 
Bibliophily and Public-Private Partnership: the library 
of Gustave van Havre (181 7-92) and its aj2erlife in 
Antwerp libraries 133 
Index 153 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Books -- Provenance -- Congresses.
Book industries and trade -- Europe -- History -- Congresses.
Book collecting -- Europe -- History -- Congresses.
Private libraries -- Europe -- History -- Congresses.
Manuscripts -- Collectors and collecting -- Europe -- History -- Congresses.