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Hours of the Virgin. Use of Sarum. English

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Hours of the Virgin. Use of Sarum. English, first half 15th century. Latin Ms. on vellum, 91 leaves (7in. by 9in.), 21 lines to a page, 12 pages with large illuminated initials filled with conventional foliage and frame-borders of English-style, borders of bars of burnished gild and club, with clusters of curling foliage, trumpet-shaped flowers and sprays of leaves, in blue, pink green and orange-red in graduated tints. 4to, Niger morocco by W.H. Smith Bindery, inscribed Anne Sakevile give this Book in 1541, with signature of Sir John Gage (GJ 545)

ID:  22627


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