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Charles V; also one of the scribes of a Bible Historiale, BL, Royal 19 D II, written for Charles' father, John II. (Rouse and Rouse 2000, I, 270-73). Henri de Trévou Master of the Policratique Master of the Coronation of

Charles V; also one of the scribes of a Bible Historiale, BL, Royal 19 D II, written for Charles' father, John II. (Rouse and Rouse 2000, I, 270-73). Henri de Trévou Master of the Policratique Master of the Coronation of

Charles V; also one of the scribes of a Bible Historiale, BL, Royal 19 D II, written for Charles' father, John II. (Rouse and Rouse 2000, I, 270-73). Henri de Trévou Master of the Policratique Master of the Coronation of

Charles V; also one of the scribes of a Bible Historiale, BL, Royal 19 D II, written for Charles' father, John II. (Rouse and Rouse 2000, I, 270-73). Henri de Trévou Master of the Policratique Master of the Coronation of

'VI.H.d.12' (inside upper cover); his sale, 1 July 1844, lot 80; bought by Thomas Thorpe, bookseller, for Russell for £28,10. John Fuller Russell, F. S. A.: his book-plate (pasted in the centre over the Duke of Sussex book-plate, inside upper

'VI.H.d.12' (inside upper cover); his sale, 1 July 1844, lot 80; bought by Thomas Thorpe, bookseller, for Russell for £28,10. John Fuller Russell, F. S. A.: his book-plate (pasted in the centre over the Duke of Sussex book-plate, inside upper

'VI.H.d.12' (inside upper cover); his sale, 1 July 1844, lot 80; bought by Thomas Thorpe, bookseller, for Russell for £28,10. John Fuller Russell, F. S. A.: his book-plate (pasted in the centre over the Duke of Sussex book-plate, inside upper

'VI.H.d.12' (inside upper cover); his sale, 1 July 1844, lot 80; bought by Thomas Thorpe, bookseller, for Russell for £28,10. John Fuller Russell, F. S. A.: his book-plate (pasted in the centre over the Duke of Sussex book-plate, inside upper

'VI.H.d.12' (inside upper cover); his sale, 1 July 1844, lot 80; bought by Thomas Thorpe, bookseller, for Russell for £28,10. John Fuller Russell, F. S. A.: his book-plate (pasted in the centre over the Duke of Sussex book-plate, inside upper

'VI.H.d.12' (inside upper cover); his sale, 1 July 1844, lot 80; bought by Thomas Thorpe, bookseller, for Russell for £28,10. John Fuller Russell, F. S. A.: his book-plate (pasted in the centre over the Duke of Sussex book-plate, inside upper

'VI.H.d.12' (inside upper cover); his sale, 1 July 1844, lot 80; bought by Thomas Thorpe, bookseller, for Russell for £28,10. John Fuller Russell, F. S. A.: his book-plate (pasted in the centre over the Duke of Sussex book-plate, inside upper

later owned by Firmin-Didot; perhaps bound for him; annotated perhaps by him with several notes concerning the Hospitallers of St John, and '+ de moy patriarche de alexandrie +' and 'sera(?) de moy lyon(?) est' (f. 122).This is the earlier

later owned by Firmin-Didot; perhaps bound for him; annotated perhaps by him with several notes concerning the Hospitallers of St John, and '+ de moy patriarche de alexandrie +' and 'sera(?) de moy lyon(?) est' (f. 122).This is the earlier

later owned by Firmin-Didot; perhaps bound for him; annotated perhaps by him with several notes concerning the Hospitallers of St John, and '+ de moy patriarche de alexandrie +' and 'sera(?) de moy lyon(?) est' (f. 122).This is the earlier

altar with statues of the Crucifixion with Mary and John, with the instruction for the illuminator reading 'Fia[n]t ymagi[n]es sup[er] / altare', next to the initial. The only known, and probably autograph copy of the Omne Bonum of James le

Two-page bas-de-page scene of jousting with lades watching. Contains the first part of the romance of Guiron le Courtois (also known as Meliadus or Palamedes). It ends with Meliadus' reluctance to support Arthur in his battle against Claudas (Lathuliere,

Detail of a miniature of kings playing a board game. Contains the first part of the romance of Guiron le Courtois (also known as Meliadus or Palamedes). It ends with Meliadus' reluctance to support Arthur in his battle against

Crucifixion with Mary and John; 2. the Deposition; 3. the Entombment; 4. the Descent into Limbo. The only known, and probably autograph copy of the Omne Bonum of James le Palmer, being a general encyclopaedia arranged in alphabetical order. Bound

later owned by Firmin-Didot; perhaps bound for him; annotated perhaps by him with several notes concerning the Hospitallers of St John, and '+ de moy patriarche de alexandrie +' and 'sera(?) de moy lyon(?) est' (f. 122).This is the earlier

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