ILLUMINATED LEAF Printed leaf from a Book of Hours
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ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPT LEAF Printed leaf from a Book of Hours
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ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPT LEAF
Printed leaf from a Book of Hours, 25 lines, ruled in red, 2 woodcuts hand-coloured in gold and colours (printed recto and verso, each 45 x 600mm.), capitals in gilt, mounted, framed and glazed, 145 x 93mm., [?Paris, c.1500]

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  • The woodcuts depict: St. Margaret with Satan in the guise of a dragon; St. Barbara kneeling in prayer awaiting her beheading.
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