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Source 1953 - The Fitzwilliam Museum - A Handlist of the Additional Manuscripts in the Fitzwilliam Museum (Part III) - Francis Wormald and Phyllis M. Giles (Collection Catalog)
Cat./Lot # 175. (MS. 39-1950)
Manuscript Details
Titles Book of Hours of Louis of Anjou, Bastard of Maine. With fifteen Joys and Seven Requests in French.
Manuscript Dates c. 1464 (1454 to 1475)
Artists style resembling that called La Jeunesse de Fouquet
Languages Latin (recorded as Latin)
French (recorded as French)
Materials Parchment (Vellum)
Places France, Europe (French)
Manuscript Uses Paris
Folios 274 Lines Columns
Height 110 Width 75 Alt Size
Other Info

Miniatures, borders, initials, in a style resembling that called La Jeunesse de Fouquet.

Provenance Information
(No Date) Louis of Anjou, Bastard of Maine (as Louis of Anjou, Bastard of Maine)
Arms of the Bastard of Maine, also dimidiating those of his wife, Anne de la Tremoille.
1904 (End) Clarke, Frederick (as Frederick Clarke)
Lot 341 in his sale, Sotheby's, 31 Oct.- 2 Nov. 1904.
1904 (Start) 1914 (End) Cockerell, Sydney Carlyle, Sir, 1867-1962 (as Sir Sydney Cockerell)
Bought by Sir Sydney Cockerell and sold by him, 13 May 1914, to Henry Yates Thompson.
1914 (Start) 1920 (End) Thompson, Henry Yates, 1838-1928 (as Henry Yates Thomspon)
no. CVIII (uncatalogued) in Thompson collection, lot 58 in the Thompson sale, Sotheby's, 23 March 1920.
1920 (Start) 1935 (End) Riches, T. H. (as T. H. Riches)
(No Date) The Fitzwilliam Museum
Bequeathed to the Museum by T. H. Riches in 1935.
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