SDBM_241058

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Source
Source Les Enluminures (Firm) - Text Manuscripts - (Accessed: 2017-05-13) (Online-only Auction or Bookseller Website)
Cat./Lot # TM 908
Transaction Information
Selling Agent(s) Les Enluminures (Firm)
Price 125000.00 USD
Manuscript Details
Titles Expositio in epistolas Pauli
Authors Haimo of Auxerre, -approximately 855 (recorded as Haimo of Auxerre)
Manuscript Dates c. 1460 - 1480 (1450 to 1481)
c. 1500 (1450 to 1510)
Languages Latin
Materials Parchment
Places Paris, France, Europe (France, Paris)
Folios 193 Lines 34 Columns 2
Height 278 Width 105 Alt Size
Full-Page Miniatures Large Miniatures 1 Small Miniatures
Hist. Initials Decor. Initials 21
Binding Late 18th-c. straight-grained red morocco; covers gilt-tooled; spine in 6 compartments and richly guilt; binding attributed to Bozerian; placed in a fitted red slipcase with gilt-tooled spine
URL http://www.textmanuscripts.com/medieval/haymo-of-auxerre-91761
Other Info

Lettre batarde; 10 large decorated initials, 11 larger decorated initials; 1 half-page miniature and full border on f. 1; miniature (not sure about border) added 20-30 years later; see record for description of format, layout, script, decoration, text,

Provenance Information
1481 (Start) Bude, Jean II (as Jean II Budé (1430-1502))
Belonged to Jean II Budé (1430-1502). His owner’s inscription is found on f. 190, partially effaced with the date reinforced in pencil; in most of his manuscripts, Jean Budé was careful to give a date of acquisition in his manuscripts, here 1481. One can just make out the beginning of the inscription, f. 190: “Hunc librum scribere fecit Johannes Bude…” (f. 190). The present manuscript was most likely commissioned for Jean Budé and bears his arms in the lower bas-de-page on f. 1 (d’argent, au chevron de gueules accompagné de trois grappes de raisin pourpres, deux en chef, une en pointe)
1706 (End) Thoynard, Nicholas (1628-1706) (as Nicolas Thoynard of Orléans)
Nicolas Thoynard of Orléans, most probably the seigneur de Villamblain (1629-1706): his inscription on parchment endleaf at front of text.
1706 (Start) Bibliothèque du roi (France) (as Bibliothèque du Roi) ?
Upon Thoynard's death, his books were bequeathed either to the Bibliothèque du Roi or to M. Loger, procureur-general of d’Aguesseau
1706 (Start) Loger, M. procureur-general of d’Aguesseau (as M. Loger, procureur-general of d’Aguesseau)
Upon Thoynard's death his books were bequeathed either to the Bibliothèque du Roi or to M. Loger, procureur-general of d’Aguesseau
1849 (End) Barrois, Jean-Baptiste Joseph, 1785-1855 (as Joseph Barrois (c. 1785-1855))
Joseph Barrois (c. 1785-1855) and acquired from him as part of a group of 702 manuscripts by Lord Ashburnam in 1849
1849 (Start) Ashburnham, Lord (as Lord Ashburnam)
Joseph Barrois (c. 1785-1855) and acquired from him as part of a group of 702 manuscripts by Lord Ashburnam in 1849
(No Date) Ashburnham, Bertram, 4th earl of, 1797-1878 (as Bertram Ashburnham, 4th Earl of Ashburnham (1797-1878))
Bertram Ashburnham, 4th Earl of Ashburnham (1797-1878), his sale in London, Sotheby’s, 10-14 June 1901, lot 259, sold to Belin.
10-14 June 1901 (Associated) Sotheby's (Firm) (as London, Sotheby's)
Bertram Ashburnham, 4th Earl of Ashburnham (1797-1878), his sale in London, Sotheby’s, 10-14 June 1901, lot 259, sold to Belin.
(No Date) Belin (as Belin)
Bertram Ashburnham, 4th Earl of Ashburnham (1797-1878), his sale in London, Sotheby’s, 10-14 June 1901, lot 259, sold to Belin.
9 December 1909 (End) Sotheby's (Firm) (as Sotheby's)
Sold at Sotheby’s, 9 December 1909, lot 404
June 23, 1948 (End) Kundig (as Kundig)
Sold to William Foyle, Catalogue no. 95, lot 25
une 23, 1948 (Start) Foyle, William A. (William Alfred), 1885-1963 (as William Foyle, Beeleigh Abbey (1885-1963))
William Foyle, Beeleigh Abbey (1885-1963), his bookplate; bought from Kundig, Geneva, June 23, 1948, Catalogue no. 95, lot 25; his sale in London, Christie’s, 11 July 2000, lot 24, sold to Kraus.
11 July 2000 (Associated) Christie, Manson & Woods (as London, Christie's)
Foyle's sale, London, Christie's, 11 July 2000, lot 24, sold to Kraus
11 July 2000 (Start) 4-5 December 2003 (End) H.P. Kraus (Firm) (as H. P. Kraus)
2003 (End) Sotheby's (Firm) (as Sotheby's)
H. P. Kraus, his sale at Sotheby’s (The Inventory of H. P. Kraus), New York, 4-5 December 2003, lot 306
(No Date) Les Enluminures (Firm) (as Les Enluminures)
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Created by Sarah Tew on 2017-06-05 10:13am
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