n.p. n.p., n.d. Hardcover. Scarce. A reproduction of a beautiful manuscript from the "Hours" of the Duke of Anjou, King of Sicily and Jerusalem, now in the Bibliotecheque Royale, Paris. The original was created about the year 1380. With prefatory text about the original followed by lovely color and gilt illustrations for each month and a monthly calendar with a line to record information for each day. The text pages are detached from the text block but the illuminations are firmly attached. All of the pages are in very good condition. Bound in cream cloth with beige linen binding. The cover is ornately decorated with gilt, red, and blue designs and ornaments. Scuffing, bumping, and soiling but still attractive. 7.5 x 11 inches. Unpaginated. ILLUM/041819. Very Good.
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London: Harvey Miller Publishers, 1996. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. 4to. An excellent reference. Blue cloth boards with gilt title to spine and embossed design to front board. Boards are very clean. Pristine interior with bright text. Tightly bound with 374 illustrations, mostly B&W. Both vols have blue pictoral dj with light wear to spine ends. Vol I, 48 pp. plus illustrations, Vol II, 220 pp. ILL/022304. Fine in Fine Dust Jacket.
Vienna: Edition de L'imprimerie de L'etat Autrichien, 1927. Hardcover. Folio. This is volume II only featuring the text. Grey paper covered boards with gilt emblem to front board. Spine panel is no longer present, though pages remain bound. Remnants of tape to front board. Clean, bright interior. A good candidate for rebacking. IN FRENCH. 207 pages plus geneological table. Illuminated Manuscripts. ILL/092607. Good Plus.
Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co., 1884. Paperback. SCARCE. 8vo. Beige paper wrappers with black title to front panel. Wear to wrappers includes one closed tear to top half of front wrapper and one closed tear to bottom half of rear wrapper as well as a few chips to the edges and spine and writing in pencil to top corner of front wrapper. Small chips to corners of text block. Pages are brittle. Pencil marking to footnote on one page. Else is clean and bright. 32 pages. English History. ENGHIS/011818. Very Good.
Paris: Flammarion, 1941. Hardcover. Very good small 4to., cream-colored paper covered boards; 2 blue & gilt floral motif bands across front and rear boards; bright gilt and blue ink title to spine. Light soiling to boards, wear to corners and spine ends. Lacks ribbon ties. Interior is quite clean and bright, though ink inscription to ffep; strong, tight binding. Beautifully illustrated w/25 bright color & gilt plates from various miniature illuminated manuscripts. A lovely title; in French. 87 pp. Illuminated Manuscripts. ILL/12123. Very Good.
New York: Park Lane, 1977. Hardcover. Includes 89 illustrations, 72 in color. Tan cloth boards with gilt title to spine. In beige dust jacket with black title to spine and front panels. Minor wear to edges of jacket. Clean and bright interior with light browning to margins. Size: quarto. 192 pages. ILL/011718. Very Good / Very Good.
New York: George Braziller, 1969. Hardcover. A facsimilie edition. Near fine in red cloth boards with device to cover and gilt title on spine. Interior pristine. Contains 139 color and gilt religious art plates with commentary in English facing each facsimilie page. Housed in a very good off-white slipcase with red title to spine and color illustration to front panel. A few scuff marks and spots of soiling to slipcase. A lovely book. Unpaginated. ILL/062416. Near Fine.
New York: George Braziller, 1972. Hardcover. Reproductions and descriptions of the exquisite plates of the 15th century Visconti Hours.With glossy black cloth covered boards and gilt title to spine. In very good black paper covered slip case with title to spine panel. Minor wear to edges of case. 166 Color plates. Near fine conditon. 262 pages. ILLUM/010719. Near Fine.
New York: George Braziller1975, 1975. Hardcover. Second edition of this lovely facsimile of a manuscript held by the Morgan Library. There are 157 reproductions of the exquisite miniatures illustrating the text of the book of hours. There are also appendixes on the format and content, a detailed reconstruction of manuscript, the calendar, and a bibliography. Bound in cream leatherette with gilt titling to spine and crest to front cover. In fine condition. Housed in a black slipcase with title label to spine and front cover. The cse has some bumping and scraping and only very good. 359 pages. Small octavo. Near Fine.
New York: The Heritage Press, 1960. Hardcover. Fine quarto, light green cloth backed patterned paper boards, gilt vignette stamped to cover. Green, white & gilt title label to spine, which is somewhat faded. Corners sharp, no wear to spine ends, edges. Tiny amount of soiling to rear board. Interior is bright white laid-paper w/no foxing. Full page color illustrations throughout; wide-margins. A charming edition of this classic. 96 pp. Illustrated Books. ILL/8223. Fine.
Liverpool: Henry Young & Sons, 1897. Hardcover. Includes 26 examples from Books of Hours in Quaile's possession. Very good in red cloth boards with gilt title to spine and front cover. Minor wear to edges of boards and bumping to top corners. Clean, bright interior. Includes 26 plates of which one is in color. Bookplate to front pastedown of Harry Rabinowitz. 149 pages. ILL/042815. Very Good.
Chartres: Librairie Sourget, 2002. Hardcover. Heavy 4to. Fine light blue cloth covered boards with gilt title to front board and to spine. In near-fine gold colored illustrated dust jacket (light creasing at spine ends) with black title to front and spine panels. Interior is in beautiful condition: crisp, tight and bright. Profusely illustrated with full-color photographic plates of titles from the Librairie Sourget. Price list laid-in. 623 pages. A lovely title. Illuminated Manuscripts. ILL/11243. Fine / Near Fine.
London: Thames and Hudson, (1983). Hardcover. 12mo. A facsimile of the 15th-century Flemish Book of Hours made for William, Lord Hastings now in the British Library, London. 78 pages reproduced in color. Fine in off-white cloth covered boards with gilt title to spine and gilt emblem to front board. Housed in off-white illustrated slip case with ribbon. 159 pages. ILL/021819. Fine.