The SDBM aggregates observations of pre-modern manuscripts drawn from over 12,000 auction and sales catalogs, inventories, catalogs from institutional and private collections, and other sources that document sales and locations of these books from around the world.
Database of privileges (guarantees of short-term printing monopoly for individual works) granted by the Venetian authorities between from 1469 to 1545 (work in progress; ultimately, the database will cover the time frame from 1469 to 1603).
"MEI is a database specifically designed to record and search the material evidence (or copy specific, post-production evidence and provenance information) of 15th-century printed books: ownership, decoration, binding, manuscript annotations, stamps, prices, etc. MEI is linked to the Incunabula Short Title Catalogue (ISTC), provided by the British Library, from which it derives the bibliographical records, and it allows the user at last to combine searches of bibliographical records (extracted from ISTC) with copy specific records."
Emblematica Online draws from the most important collections of emblematica worldwide. It is hosted by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and its founding partner is the Herzog August Bibliothek, Wolfenbüttel. Contributing partners include Glasgow University Library and Utrecht University, which contributed both book- and emblem-level data. Additional contributors include the Getty Research Institute Library and Duke University Library, both of which contributed book-level information.
The Internet Library of Early Journals has digitised substantial runs of 18th and 19th century journals. Titles available are: Annual Register, Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, The Builder, Gentleman's Magazine, Notes and Queries and Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society.
DigiZeitschriften is a German-language archive of 200 scholarly journals, providing access to over scholarly journals published in Germany or neighboring countries in German, English, or other European languages back to their first volume. Fields most prominently represented are mathematics (one-fifth of all titles), art, religion, literature, history, economics, and law. You can browse and search by article and journal title, discipline, author, publisher, and ISBN and search in the full text of the articles as well. Text is displayed as image and PDF files.