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The Hague, KB, 135 J 10

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Book of Hours (use of Rome)

Place of origin, date:

Bruges; c. 1480-1490. Added miniatures (ff. 13v, 21v) and added section (ff. 157-167): Bruges (?); c. 1500-1510


Vellum, ff. 167, 90x65 (55x35) mm, 19 lines, littera hybrida, Binding: 18th-century half-leather


1 full-page miniature (60x38 mm) with border decoration; 44 miniatures (29/19x26/20 mm); 2 historiated initials (28/26x26 mm); decorated initials (ff. 14r, 23r, 31r, 40r, 43r, etc.)
Added (f. 13): 1 full-page miniature (53x34 mm)
Added (f. 21): 1 full-page miniature (55x35 mm) with border decoration in Ghent-Bruges style (`strewn borders')
Added section (ff. 157-167): decorated initials (ff. 157v, 158r, 159r, 160r, 161r, etc.)


Jacobus a Warmont (1606). Purchased in 1973 from antiquarian bookseller Meyer Elte, The Hague


Bruges calendar: feasts in red include Sts. Vedastus and Amandus 6 February), St. Basilius (14 June), St. Egidius (1 September), St. Denis (9 October), St. Donatianus (14 October),


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