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Source Pierpont Morgan Library - Corsair: the Online Catalog of the Pierpont Morgan Library - (Collection Catalog)
Cat./Lot # MS M.395
Manuscript Details
Titles Bible
Manuscript Dates C 1415 (1405 to 1426)
Artists Boucicaut Master, active 15th century
Languages Latin
French, Middle
Materials Parchment
Places Paris, France, Europe
Folios 273 Lines 52 Columns 2
Height 450 Width 330 Alt Size
Unspec. Size Miniatures 68
Binding Previously in late 18th-century full maroon levant morocco by Belz-Niedree; rebound by Charlotte M. Ultman in 1967 in maroon morocco with seven raised bands outlined by blind tooling
Other Info

Textura; in the 18th century this manuscript was believed to be a continuation of the manuscript now known as Pierpont Morgan Library MS M.394
MIGRATION_ISSUE: 'Secondary Source' field in the legacy database was 'De Ricci, v.II, p.1439'

Provenance Information
(No Date) Seillière, Achille, baron 1813-1873
(No Date) Ellis
(No Date) Smith, William Wheeler
(No Date) Sabin
(No Date) Belin, Theophile (1851-1921)
(No Date) Morgan, J. Pierpont (John Pierpont), 1837-1913
(No Date) Pierpont Morgan Library
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Created by Emma Cawlfield on 2012-02-23 10:56am
Last Updated by aldevine on 2013-09-06 14:50:58 -0400
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