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1. San Marino, Huntington Library, HM 01149
Description: - ff. ii + ii + 205 + ii - Bound by F. Bedford in brown morocco, gilt and blind stamped; gilt edges. - Written in the early sixteenth century in Flanders, possibly for use in the diocese of Tournai, given the presence of Piatus twice in the calendar and in the suffrage, and the possibly 3 entries for Eleutherius in the calendar. Northern spellings, bietremieu, mahieu, franchois (in the calendar), tierche, lichon. Feminine forms used in the prayers. On f. i, two sixteenth century possession notes, the first identifying the owner of the book as the "vefve Franchois houselot"; in the second, the owner "yhalian [?] hogheselot" of Lille declares to have received this book from her grandmother in 1571. Belonged to William Bragge, F.S.A., of Shirle Hall, Sheffield (1823-84); his sale, Sotheby's, 7 June 1876, lot 480 to the dealer B. F. Stevens. Belonged to Robert Hoe, Grolier Club (1892) n. 23; Cat. (1909) pp. 55-56; his sale, Anderson, New York, 1912, pt. IV, n. 2341 to G. D. Smith. Precise source and date of acquisition by Henry E. Huntington unknown. - C. W. Dutschke with the assistance of R. H. Rouse et al., Guide to Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the Huntington Library (San Marino, 1989). De Ricci, 98. E. Panofsky, Early Netherlandish Painting (Cambridge, Mass. 1953) vol. 1, pp. 263, 463 note 4, erroneously identifying the subject of the miniature on f. 177 as the appearance of Christ to a private gentleman. J. D. Breckenridge, "Et prima vidit, The Iconography of the Appearance of Christ to His Mother," Art Bulletin 39, 1 (1957) 9-32, especially p. 27 and fig. 13, reproducing f. 177.
Language: French, LATIN   Country: Flanders   Century: 16th
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2. San Marino, Huntington Library, HM 28562
Description: - ff. 332 - Bound in green velvet, quite worn and rebacked, over wooden boards, with the arms of Stuart encircled by the collar of the Order of the Bath (?) impressed in blind on both covers, now barely visible. - Written in Flanders toward the end of the fifteenth century. Unidentified coat of arms in the lower margin of f. 1: tierced in pale, 1, per fess, in chief, chequy or and azure a bordure gules (Counts of Dreux; Rietstap, vol. 1, pl. 226), and in base, or 2 pallets azure a chief gules; 2, azure 2 crosses flory or in chief and in base; 3, per fess, in chief, or 2 pallets azure a chief gules, and in base, chequy or and azure a bordure gules; en surtout an escutcheon gules 3 hands sinister or. Belonged to Jean Baptiste Denis Guyon de Sardière, son of Mme de la Mothe-Guyon, with his signature on ff. 1 and 332v; catalogued for his sale, Paris 1759, lot 2188; the collection, however, was bought en bloc by the Duc de la Vallière (1708-80) before the sale; not identified in La Vallière's catalogue. Later acquired by Sir Charles Stuart, Baron Stuart de Rothesay (1779-1845), British Ambassador to Paris, 1815-30; Stuart sale, Sotheby's, 31 May 1855, lot 896 to Sir Thomas Phillips. Phillipps' small paper label on spine, 17700. Acquired by the Huntington Library at the Phillipps sale, Sotheby's, 30 November 1965, lot 33 with plates of ff. 1 and 62. - Chronica, 6.
Language: French   Country: Flanders   Century: 15th
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