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Edward Gwynn

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and a copy reported at Durham University Library.<ref>David Pearson, ''Provenance Research in Book History: A Handbook'', London: British Library (1994) p. 116 and fig. 4.18). <br>See also the entry for Edward Gwynn in David Pearson, ''English book owners in the seventeenth century: A work in progress listing'', The Bibliographical Society, Electronic Publications (2007, [ version cited July 2011])</ref> A copy is also recorded in the Mendham Collection.<ref>''Catalogue of the Law Society's Mendham Collection, lent to the University of Kent at Canterbury and housed in Canterbury Cathedral Library''. Completed and edited by Sheila Hingley and David Shaw from the catalogue of Helen Carron and others. The Law Society, London, 1994. cliv, 500p. No. A4</ref>
A list of Edward Gwynn bindings is being maintained of the FolgerPedia: It lists just under 200 definite items from Gwynn's library (April 2019).
A copy of Boethius, ''De consolatione philosophiae'' (Lyon, 1496) had belonged to [[William Godmersham]] (fl. 1469–1510), a monk of St Augustine's Abbey, Canterbury. It later belonged to Edward Gwynn and then to [[John Selden]] and passed from him into the [[Bodleian Library]].<ref>MEI Database,</ref>