CMGL c. 5 inscribed "Ex dono honoratissim Roberti Boyle, Nick Geddes, Leith". Very fragile.
C. 1 was to be exhibited in the New York Winter Antiques Show 2009, but was withdrawn due to lack of adequate display space.
C. 4, p. 354-355 Displayed in the exhibition titled "The Science of Glassmaking : 8 Centuries of a Magical Art", held at the Rakow Research Library, June 27, 2008-January 4, 2009.
Image of title page (Rakow_1000059033_titlepage) displayed in the exhibition titled "The Flood of '72: Community, Collections and Conservation", held at the Rakow Research Library, May 24, 2012-January 3, 2014.
CMGL c. 1 cover, spine and title page photographed June 2008 for the New York Winter Antiques Show, January 2009 (Filename Rakow_1000059033_cover; Rakow_1000059033_spine; Rakow_1000059033_titlepage).
C. 1 digitized by Boston Photo Imaging in September 2009.
CMGL c. 1 originally owned by King Charles II. Original leather embossed in gold with his insignia.
CMGL c. 1 flooded in 1972. Cleaned and repaired by Carolyn Horton. Original leather from covers and spine treated and attached to new leather.
Title page published in The golden age of English glass, 1650-1775, by Dwight P. Lanmon: 121969, p. 26 NK5143 .L29.
C. 1 frontis. published in "Picking up the pieces : forty years later, the Corning Museum of Glass reflects on Agnes's fury", by Alison Fromme, in Mountain Home, v. 7, issue 5, June 2012: AI87744, p. 20 (left).