SDBM_241417

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Source
Source Les Enluminures (Firm) - Text Manuscripts - (Accessed: 2017-05-13) (Online-only Auction or Bookseller Website)
Cat./Lot # TM 824
Transaction Information
Selling Agent(s) Les Enluminures (Firm)
Price 28000.00 USD
Manuscript Details
Titles Formula novitiorum (Book 1 of De exterioris et interioris hominis compositione)
Meditatio in psalmum Miserere mei deus
Authors David, von Augsburg, -1271 (recorded as David of Augsburg)
Savonarola, Girolamo, 1452-1498 (recorded as Girolamo Savonarola)
Manuscript Dates c. 1490 - 1510 (1480 to 1511)
c. 1520 - 1530 (1510 to 1531)
Languages Latin (recorded as Latin)
Materials Parchment (Parchment)
Places Flanders (recorded as Flanders)
Folios 141 Lines 16 Columns 1
Height 108 Width 69 Alt Size
Hist. Initials Decor. Initials 2
Binding Contemporary binding; brown morocco blind-tooled and gilt-stamped; on the upper board, “D / IACOBVS / DE ME, / RA” and, on the lower board, “ABBAS / SANCTI / BERNA, / RDI,"; spine with 4 raised bands and gilt-stamped with rosettes; edges gilt and gauffered; holes where clasps have been lost
URL http://www.textmanuscripts.com/medieval/savonarola-medieval-manuscript-79769
Other Info

2 booklets, one copied c. 1490-1510, one copied in c. 1520-1530; unspecified number of small red and blue painted initials, all with gold pen decoration; one 4-line blue initial on pink ground; one 3-line white initial superimposed with suspended coat of arms, f.1; multiple hands and layouts; see record for detailed description of format, layout, collation, script, decoration, binding history, provenance, and bibliography

Provenance Information
(No Date) Meeren, Jacques van der (as Jacques van der Meeren)
Bound for Jacques van der Meeren (d. 1559), abbot of the Cistercian abbey of Saint Bernard-sur-l’Escaut, in Hemiksem, near Antwerp; his name, “JACOBVS / DE ME, / RA,” is stamped in gold on the upper board of the binding and his title, “ABBAS / SANCTI / BERNA, / RDI,” was gilt-stamped on the lower board.
(No Date) Mac-Carthy-Reagh, Justin, comte de, 1744-1811 (as Justin MacCarthy-Reagh)
Belonged to Justin MacCarthy-Reagh (1744-1811), Count MacCarthy in the French nobility; manuscript was included in the 1815 catalogue of his collection published after his death; no. 822 in Catalogue des livres rares et précieux de la bibliothèque de feu M. le comte de Mac-Carthy Reagh, Paris, 1815 (vol. 1, p. 132 in this catalogue)
9 February 1824 (End) Chardin, Charles, 1742-1826? (as Charles Chardin)
Belonged to Charles Chardin (1742-1826), French bookseller and bibliophile; Chardin sold the book (along with more than 120 others; for a full list see Phillipps’s Catalogus librorum, 1837, pp. 9-10, 32*) to Sir Thomas Phillipps in his sale on 9 February 1824; lot 263 in Catalogue des livres rares et précieux, de manuscrits, de livres imprimés sur vélin, etc. de la bibliothèque de M. Chardin, Paris, 1823 (p. 26 in this catalogue)
9 February 1824 (Start) 1979 (End) Phillipps, Thomas, Sir, 1792-1872 (as Sir Thomas Phillipps)
Belonged to Sir Thomas Phillipps (1792-1872); his lion rampant inkstamp surmounting “Sir T. P / Middle Hill” and his number “779” appears on the recto of the first front flyleaf and his paper label “779” appears on the spine; sold in H. P. Kraus’s catalogue of Phillipps’s manuscripts in 1979, no. 91 in Bibliotheca Phillippica: Manuscripts on Vellum and Paper from the 9th to the 18th Centuries from the Celebrated Collection Formed by Sir Thomas Phillipps: The Final Selection, New York, 1979.
1979 (Start) H.P. Kraus (Firm) (as H. P. Kraus)
Sold in H. P. Kraus’s catalogue of Phillipps’s manuscripts in 1979, no. 91 in Bibliotheca Phillippica: Manuscripts on Vellum and Paper from the 9th to the 18th Centuries from the Celebrated Collection Formed by Sir Thomas Phillipps: The Final Selection, New York, 1979.
(No Date) Additional owners and booksellers
Additional owners’s and bookseller’s notes: “963,” “C/IV/20,” and “822” written in pencil on the front pastedown, with “822” crossed out; “2522” written in black ink on the recto of the first flyleaf; and pencil inscription on the verso of the final flyleaf (mis)identifying the name and author of the first of the manuscript’s contents
(No Date) Les Enluminures (Firm) (as Les Enluminures)
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Created by Sarah Tew on 2017-09-01 10:56am
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