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|Source||Phillip J. Pirages (Firm) - Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books & Medieval Manuscripts - (Accessed: 2017-06-27) (Online-only Auction or Bookseller Website)|
Phillip J. Pirages (Firm)
Book of Hours
ca. 1500 (1490 to 1511)
Coene, Jean, IV
(recorded as workshop of Jean Coene IV)
Paris, France, Europe (France, Paris)
|Full-Page Miniatures||Large Miniatures||14||Small Miniatures||23|
|Binding||Fine contemporary blind-stamped calf, covers with central panel composed of five vertical floral rolls enclosed by two swirling floral-roll frames, raised bands, two original openwork silver clasps incorporating the initials "J M," original catch plates and anchor plates (these incorporating the initials "A M," no doubt for "Ave Maria"), remnants of velvet beneath the catch plates and anchor plates, vellum pastedowns, all edges gilt (probably some small repairs to the binding, but, if so, done with very great skill). In a modern brown cloth clamshell box with leather spine label.|
pleasing formal batarde book hand
Martin, Jean, born 1472 (as Jehan Martin)
front flyleaf with faded ink signature of "Jehan Martin" in an adolescent hand and later ink date 1667[?]; rear flyleaf with genealogy of Jean Martin in a contemporary hand, recording his birth in 1472, the birth of his wife Katherine Treteau in 1503, their marriage in 1518, and the birth of their daughter Marguerite in 1518.
|3 January 1579 (Associated)||
Martin, Claude, active 1579 (as C[laude] Martin)
f. 90v with inscription by C[laude] Martin, dated 3 January 1579.
Monsieur le Marquis de Dollon (as Monsieur le Marquis de Dollon)
front pastedown with armorial bookplate
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|Created||by Emma Cawlfield on 2017-07-05 12:59pm|
|Last Updated||by Emma Cawlfield on 2017-07-05 13:12:04 -0400|
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