Franciscan Convent, Giaccherino

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The Franciscan Convent at Giaccherino, just outside Pistoia was founded in the early fifteenth century as a convent of the Observant Franciscans. The convent presumably closed as a result of the suppression of the religious orders in the nineteenth century.

Shelfmark W/I-6-34/37
Etienne Baluze. Stephani Baluzii ... Miscellanea novo digesta et non paucis ineditis monumentis opportunisque animadversionibus aucta opera ac studio Joannis Dominici Mansi Lucensis. 1764.
Library ink stamp on title page: Ex Bibl. S. Francisci De Giaccherino Ext. Pist.
Bookseller’s printed label on front pastedown: Sold by C. J. Stewart, 11 King William St. W. Strand, London.