ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPT LEAVES
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ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPT LEAVES
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ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPT LEAVES
Leaf from a Bible, in Latin, double-column text, initial letters and flourishes in red and blue, labelled as once owned by the Carthusian monastery of Villeneuve-les-Avignons, [France, thirteenth century], 177 x 120mm.; leaf from a Psalter, in Latin, initial letters and line fillers in red, blue and gold, 118 x 88mm., [?Italy, fourteenth century]; leaf from a Book of Hours, in Latin, initial letters in red, blue and gold, 138 x 100mm., [France, fifteenth century], window-mounted, the first two framed and glazed (3)
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