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Reference number

Vol 138

Purpose

Dutch School, Book of Hours of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Dutch, 15th C, ff. 132. Bound in brown leather, heavily tooled and ornamented, with brass clips (175 x 133)

Medium and dimensions

ff. 132 Bound in brown leather, heavily tooled and ornamented, with brass clips (175 x 133)

Hand

Dutch School

Notes

E. G. Millar, `Les manuscrits à peintures des bibliotheques de Londres’, Bulletin de la Société francaise de reproductions de manuscrits à peintures, IV. 2 (1914-20), MS 8, p.108; N. R. Ker, Medieval Manuscripts in British Libraries, 1969,8, p. 292

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Drawing

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