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British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts

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full border in colours and gold, at the beginning of the text (f. 1). Initials in blue with red pen-flourishing. Paraphs in red or blue. Some catchwords in decorated frames. Commentary on Wisdom John of Lutton, written by him: his

181, 211, 232, 261, 297). Initials in gold on rose and blue grounds with penwork decoration in white, those at the beginning of chapters with foliate extensions. Line-fillers in blue and rose with penwork decoration in white. Facta et Dicta

in a monk's habit, holding a martyr's palm, with a full foliate border with coat of arms. Leaves excised after ff. 9 (off-set from heraldic device on preceding unfoliated flyleaf), 132, 147, 151, 158, 184, 191 (off-set from heraldic device

154v, 192v). Initials, paraphs, and running titles in blue with red pen-flourishing, or in red with blue pen-flourishing. Line-fillers in red and blue. Marginal notes and catchwords in frames in red and blue. Le Songe du Vergier Charles V (b.

litany. Large initials in gold on coloured grounds in red, and/or blue, and/or green, with flowers extending into the margins. Small initials and line-fillers in gold on red, blue or green grounds. Book of Hours, Use of Rome (the 'Hours

litany. Large initials in gold on coloured grounds in red, and/or blue, and/or green, with flowers extending into the margins. Small initials and line-fillers in gold on red, blue or green grounds. Book of Hours, Use of Rome (the 'Hours

repainted miniature of Jean, duke of Berry receiving the book from the author, Honoré Bouvet, in a prior's habit with a blue hood, with a full border with Jean's arms, and a foliate initial 'A'( la sainte), at the beginning

of angels, medallions inhabited with saints, and ‘drôlerie’ of a Franciscan monk, dressed in the Order’s original grey hooded habit, climbing amongst the foliage. Italian cuttings. The present cuttings are boxed with Add. 60630, ff. 1-10 and 13- 42. To

choir of angels, medallions inhabited with saints, and ‘drôlerie’ of a Franciscan monk, dressed in the Order’s original grey hooded habit, climbing amongst the foliage. On the reverse text: 'Virgam virtutis tue e / mittet d(omi)n(u)s ex Syo(n): do /

choir of angels, medallions inhabited with saints, and ‘drôlerie’ of a Franciscan monk, dressed in the Order’s original grey hooded habit, climbing amongst the foliage. On the reverse text: 'Virgam virtutis tue e / mittet d(omi)n(u)s ex Syo(n): do /

dressed in a Benedictine habit and holding a crozier and a full scatter border including dianthus, forget-me-nots, strawberries, insects, and birds. For another Tudor Book of Hours with royal autographs see Additional 17012, which contains the autographs of Henry VII,

choir of angels, medallions inhabited with saints, and ‘drôlerie’ of a Franciscan monk, dressed in the Order’s original grey hooded habit, climbing amongst the foliage. On the reverse text: 'Virgam virtutis tue e / mittet d(omi)n(u)s ex Syo(n): do /

armed with a sword and a shield and his black habit on the ground, facing an abbot. The only known, and probably autograph copy of the Omne Bonum of James le Palmer, being a general encyclopaedia arranged in alphabetical order.

red and blue penwork decoration (f. 25). 1 large puzzle initial in blue and red with red and blue penwork decoration (f. 66). Initials in red with blue or brown penwork decoration, or in blue with red and/or blue penwork

and smaller puzzle initials in red and blue with pen-flourishing in blue and red. Smaller initials in red with blue pen-flourishing or in blue with red pen-flourishing. Small initials in plain red or blue. Martyrologium, etc. ff. 1-2 and 147-148

red or blue with pen-flourishing in blue or red, some with green infill. Smaller initials in red with blue pen-flourishing or penwork decoration or in blue with red pen-flourishing or penwork decoration. Line-fillers decorated in red and blue. Medical treatises

blue penwork decoration incorporating aubergine motifs, either full (ff. 1, 57), or three-sided (ff. 17, 29, 37). Large blue initials with green and red foliate or geometric penwork decoration, some with red and/or blue pen-flourishing. Simple alternating red or

puzzle initials in red and blue with foliate pen-flourishing in blue and red, and partial decorated extensions in red and blue (ff. 3, 14v, 27v). Small initials in red with blue foliate pen-flourishing or in blue with red foliate pen-flourishing.

corps. 1 large puzzle initial in red and blue with red pen-flourishing (f. 58). Large initials in blue with red pen-flourishing, and in red with blue pen-flourishing. Small simple initials in blue. Paraphs in red. Highlighting of letters in red.

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