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   * 'News: Fifteenth-Century Book Trade Project',​ //The Library//, 7.15.3, September 2014, pp. 347-8.   * 'News: Fifteenth-Century Book Trade Project',​ //The Library//, 7.15.3, September 2014, pp. 347-8.
   * CILIP LIHG (@CILIP_LIHG) heeft getweet op 1:03 PM on za, jul. 12, 2014:#​lihg14 Provenance databases need to be international in scope like @CERL_org Material Evidence in Incunabula. More funding needed.   * CILIP LIHG (@CILIP_LIHG) heeft getweet op 1:03 PM on za, jul. 12, 2014:#​lihg14 Provenance databases need to be international in scope like @CERL_org Material Evidence in Incunabula. More funding needed.
 +  * Laura Lalli, Rare books in the Vatican Library: reshaping the catalogue, JLIS.it, vol. 5, n. 2 (July 2014), pp. 123-135, at 132 CERL and MEI
   * Guildhall Library (London) blogs about being the first library to contribute pictures to MEI: '​Incunabula Project',​ April 2014 [[https://​guildhalllibrarynewsletter.wordpress.com/​2014/​04/​10/​incunabula-project/​]]   * Guildhall Library (London) blogs about being the first library to contribute pictures to MEI: '​Incunabula Project',​ April 2014 [[https://​guildhalllibrarynewsletter.wordpress.com/​2014/​04/​10/​incunabula-project/​]]
   * Pierre Delsaerdt, 'The Inheritors of loss. Seized libraries and bibliophily in late 18th-century Antwerp',​ //De gulden passer//, Journal for book history, 92, 2014, pp. 53-70, at p. 69.   * Pierre Delsaerdt, 'The Inheritors of loss. Seized libraries and bibliophily in late 18th-century Antwerp',​ //De gulden passer//, Journal for book history, 92, 2014, pp. 53-70, at p. 69.
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