SDBM_240594

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Source
Source Les Enluminures (Firm) - Books of Hours - (Accessed: 2017-04-22) (Online-only Auction or Bookseller Website)
Cat./Lot # BOH 114
Transaction Information
Selling Agent(s) Les Enluminures (Firm)
Price 150000.00 USD
Manuscript Details
Titles The "Guyenet-Lardanchet" Hours
Manuscript Dates c. 1460 (1450 to 1471)
Artists Master of the Troyes Missal (French illuminator, active ca. 1460-1470) (recorded as Master of the Troyes Missal (Master of Charles de Neuchâtel))
Languages Latin
French
Materials Parchment
Places France, Troyes (recorded as Frances, Troyes)
Manuscript Uses Paris
Besancon
Folios 164 Lines 13 Columns 1
Height 197 Width 140 Alt Size
Full-Page Miniatures Large Miniatures 14 Small Miniatures 4
Hist. Initials 1 Decor. Initials
Binding 19th-century red velvet; back sewn on 4 bands; gilt edges; housed in articulated modern box covered in blue fabric
URL http://www.medievalbooksofhours.com/inventory/boh_114
Other Info

Use of Paris, calendar use of Besancon; Gothic bookhand in brown ink; numerous 1- to 2-line high initials burnished gold; 1 historiated initial; 14 large arch-topped miniatures and 4 roundels; see record for specific contents list, description of miniatures, further information on the illumination, and brief bibliography

Provenance Information
sixteenth century (Associated) Dorigny Family (as Dorigny family)
Initial owners unknown. However, these Horae were owned in the sixteenth century by the Dorigny family (Troyes) and passed on by female descent to the Guyenet family (also Troyes).
(No Date) Guyenet family
Initial owners unknown. However, these Horae were owned in the sixteenth century by the Dorigny family (Troyes) and passed on by female descent to the Guyenet family (also Troyes).
1624 (End) Guyenet, Anne (as Anne Guyenet)
Based on inscriptions (see Evidence for Lardanchet family) Anne Guyenet brought this Book of Hours into the Lardanchet family: she and Etienne Lardanchet married in 1575. Anne Guyenet died in 1624 (see “livre de raison,” f. 8v).
(No Date) Lardanchet, Etienne (as Etienne Lardanchet)
See evidence for Anne Guyenet and Lardanchet family
1562 (Start) 1710 (End) Lardanchet Family (as Lardanchet family)
Lardanchet family, from the Jura, with an uninterrupted line of descent from 1562 to 1710. This Book of Hours, and more specifically the margins of its calendar, contains an important “livre de raison,” in French and Latin, that records the births, deaths and baptisms as well as other important family or historical events for the years 1562-1710. See record for transcription of notes.
(No Date) Lardanchet, Henri (as Henri Lardanchet (1875-1935))
Owned by Henri Lardanchet (1875-1935), book-dealer, editor and local erudite, established in Lyons.
(No Date) Lardanchet, Armand (as Armand Lardanchet (1899-1965)) ?
The manuscript was then passed on by descent to probably first Armand Lardanchet (1899-1965), book-dealer in Lyons and later Paris, or Henri Lardanchet, also book-dealer, expert and collector (1947-2014).
(No Date) Lardanchet, Henri (as Henri Lardanchet (1947-2014))
The manuscript was then passed on by descent to probably first Armand Lardanchet (1899-1965), book-dealer in Lyons and later Paris, or Henri Lardanchet, also book-dealer, expert and collector (1947-2014).
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Created by Sarah Tew on 2017-04-23 6:02pm
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