Journal of the History of Collections articles

Volume 28 (1)

Collecting and replicating antiquities: casts, substitutions, and the culture of the copy in the Quattrocento
Clark, L. R., vol. 28 (1): 1-13
'Nummus aliquantulum suspectus: the counterfeit coins of the Tux collection (1715-1798) at the University of Tubingen
Krmnicek, S., vol. 28 (1): 15-25
The artist as collector: Francois Boucher (1703-1770)
Priebe, J., vol. 28 (1): 27-42
The Stafford Gallery at Cleveland House and the 2nd Marquess of Stafford as a collector
Humfrey, P., vol. 28 (1): 43-55
A museum of souvenirs: Adolphe Thiers, collector of the nineteenth century
Lasc, A. I., vol. 28 (1): 57-71
Manuel Lopez Cepero (1778-1858) and the trade in paintings between Madrid and Seville in the first half of the nineteenth century
Martinez Plaza, P. J., Translated by Wade A. Matthews, vol. 28 (1): 73-84
A nineteenth-century glyptic collection in the National Museum in Krakow: the cabinet of Constantine Schmidt-Ciązyłski
Gołyźniak, P., Natkaniec-Nowak, L., Dumałska-Słowik, M., vol. 28 (1): 85-96
The Ithaca jewel: an authentic fake
Baker, A., vol. 28 (1): 97-108
'Spurious Articles: the purchases of the Department of Science and Art from the Hamilton Palace sale of 1882
Maxwell, C., vol. 28 (1): 109-124
Early museological development within the Japanese Empire
Huang, P., vol. 28 (1): 125-135
J. C. Bradleys narrative of the Cornell Entomological Expedition to South America (1919-1920): collecting localities and entomological travel details
Rasmussen, C., vol. 28 (1): 137-147
La Collezione del principe Lelio Orsini nel palazzo di piazza Navona a Roma
Furlotti, B., vol. 28 (1): 149-150
The Rise of Heritage: Preserving the Past in France, Germany and England, 1789-1914
Stammers, T., vol. 28 (1): 150-151
Die Geburt des burgerlichen Kunstmuseums - Johann Friedrich Stadel und sein Kunstinstitut in Frankfurt am Main. Berliner Schriften zur Museumsforschung Band 32
Conlin, J., vol. 28 (1): 151-152
Die Erkundung Brasiliens. Friedrich Sellows unvollendete Reise
Mason, P., vol. 28 (1): 152-154
Magical Gems from the Collection of Constantine Schmidt-Ciazynski and from other Polish Collections
Henig, M., vol. 28 (1): 154-155
Delicious Decadence - The Rediscovery of French Eighteenth-Century Painting in the Nineteenth Century
Avery-Quash, S., vol. 28 (1): 155-157
Exhibit Ireland: Ethnographic Collections in Irish Museums
McEvansoneya, P., vol. 28 (1): 157-158
Books Received
vol. 28 (1): 159-160

Volume 27 (3)

Introduction: Gothic art in America
Brilliant, V., vol. 27 (3): 291-295
Medieval and Renaissance art in nineteenth-century Paris
Letellier, A., vol. 27 (3): 297-307
Emile Molinier, the 'incompatible' roles of a Louvre curator
Bos, A., vol. 27 (3): 309-321
'All my stained glass which I brought from Europe': William Poyntell and the Sainte-Chapelle medallions
Smith, E. B., vol. 27 (3): 323-334
A High Victorian legacy at Waddesdon Manor: Baron Ferdinand's smoking room and its contents since the creation of Waddesdon
Leben, U., vol. 27 (3): 335-345
Alva Vanderbilt Belmont, arbiter elegantiarum, and her Gothic salon at Newport, Rhode Island
Miller, P. F., vol. 27 (3): 347-362
The dream of chivalry: arms and armour and their appeal to the American collector of the Gilded Age
Fliegel, S. N., vol. 27 (3): 363-374
The fairy, the ghost and the alcove: collecting early furniture in fin-de-siecle France and America, and the Lit de Justice d'Argentelles
Hinton, J., vol. 27 (3): 375-387
Accounting for taste: American collectors and twelfth-century French sculpture
Maxwell, R. A., vol. 27 (3): 389-400
An art collector and his friends: John Pierpont Morgan and the globalization of medieval art
Gennari-Santori, F., vol. 27 (3): 401-411
William Randolph Hearst: maverick collector
Kastner, V., vol. 27 (3): 413-424
'The time is opportune': the Swarzenskis and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston
Fozi, S., vol. 27 (3): 425-439
'The greatest group of medieval objects ever offered for sale': the Guelph Treasure and America, 1930-1931
Nielsen, C., vol. 27 (3): 441-453
The Brummer Gallery and the business of art
Brennan, C. E., vol. 27 (3): 455-468
American medieval: authenticity and the indifference of architecture
Fozi, S., vol. 27 (3): 469-480
The Gothic experience: re-creating history in American museums
Chong, A., vol. 27 (3): 481-491

Volume 27 (2)

Identifying provenance: Flinders Petrie's textile collection at the Victoria and Albert Museum
Smalley, R., vol. 27 (2): 135-146
Said to be or not said to be: the findspot of the so-called Trebonianus Gallus statue at the Metropolitan Museum in New York
Marlowe, E., vol. 27 (2): 147-157
Public display and civic identity: antiquities in the Seggi of southern Italy, 14th to 18th centuries
Lenzo, F., vol. 27 (2): 159-174
From the French galerie to the Italian garden: sixteenth-century displays of Primaticcio's bronzes at Fontainebleau
Bensoussan, N., vol. 27 (2): 175-198
Publicly accessible art collections in Copenhagen during the Napoleonic era
Svenningsen, J., vol. 27 (2): 199-210