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Holy Bible 1629 Book of Common Prayer 1630

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

Holy Bible 1629 Book of Common Prayer 1630, 2 vols., folio, bound in original red velvet with Royal Arms in centre of each cover, the arms worked in coloured silks of red, gold and blue, the lion and unicorn are worked in gold and silver wire threads, gilt edges (the Arms on the Prayer are larger and are surmounted by the Royal Crown): Each volume has four markers or ties of rich brocade worked in gold and silver thread. That on the Prayer Book incorporates the initials CR and Rose. Both volumes are in exceptional state. * Each volume has pasted on inside front cover the following inscription: "The Right Honourable Thomas Earl of Malton This Bible (Prayer Book) which did belong to the closett of that Unhappy Prince Charles the First King of Great Britain, is presented your lordship, as a small token of the great regard and affection he has for you, by Thomas Fountayne 1735".

ID:  2473

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