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first quarter of the 15th century. 288x195mm.
Missal, use of Paris. Illuminated manuscript on vellum. Paris or Tours?: first quarter of the 15th century. 288x195mm., 3 historiated initials and numerous illuminated initials (lacks final leaf and probably a full-page miniature of the Crucifixion). 18th-century French red morocco in buckram case. Belonged in 1463 in Touraine to Susanne, daughter of Coye, Bastart de Bourbon, Comte de Roussillon, inscribed on second leaf with other 15th and 16th century inscriptions.
THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:Lancashire
This can be seen by guided tour on 5 days each year, for 2014 the tour dates are Wednesday 1st Thursday 2nd October and then from Monday 6th - Wednesday 8th October. Details of opening times can be found at the attached link. Tickets are required in advance to guarantee entry as numbers are limited, tickets can be booked through the Knowsley website. At all other times viewing is by appointment, for further details and appointments refer to the contact shown.