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Results for:  Location: General Theological Seminary, Christoph Keller, Jr. Library, Special Collections
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1. New York, General Theological Seminary, Special Collections, 03 Western
Description: - ff. 180 - Half bound in calf over pasteboard with the author and title written in ink on the fore edge. - Leander van Ess; Sir Thomas Phillipps, his n. 589 (from "591" as first inscribed on the pastedown). On f. i, bookseller slip of the firm of Bull and Auvache, 34 & 35 Hart Street, Bloomsbury, W. C., London, Cat. 358 (October 1911).
Language: LATIN   Country: Germany   Century: 15th
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2. New York, General Theological Seminary, Special Collections, 05 Western
Description: - ff. 177 - Brown leather over wooden boards; two fore edge clasps closing to the front; boards detached. - Belonged to the Benedictine house of St. Mary's in Huysburg, in Saxony. Not listed for this monastery by Sigrid Krämer, Handschriftenerbe des deutschen Mittelalters(Munich 1990), vol. 1 pp. 369-370.
Language: LATIN   Country: Germany   Century: 14th, 15th
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3. New York, General Theological Seminary, Special Collections, 08 Western
Description: - ff. 354 - Bound in contemporary blind ruled leather over wooden boards; evidence of one fore edge clasp; spine rebacked, but the rebacking now in tatters; front cover only barely attached. - Four ownership notes on the front pastedown and front flyleaf recto: Mus__?___ Guichardin of Saint-Symphorien-le-Châtel, 1632; Jean Guichardin __?___ of Saint-Symphorien-le-Châtel, 1668; the Rev. J. M. Neale of Sackville College, 1858, who gave it to J. F. Young in 1864. - de Ricci, p. 1286 as n. 9
Language: LATIN   Country: France   Century: 15th
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4. New York, General Theological Seminary, Special Collections, 10 Western
Description: - ff. 70 - Bound, s. XIX#^1# in sheepskin finished to look like morocco with gold tooling, retaining earlier sewing structure with alum tawed thongs. - Written in Flanders in the second quarter of the fifteenth century. A clipping accompanying the book from the GTS(?) Bulletin June 1968 says that Dr. John Plummer of the Pierpont Morgan Library identified the book as being from the School of the Master of the Golden Scrolls, active in Belgium, probably Bruges in the decade 1420-30, and suggests the addition of Saint Rupert in the calendar connects the book to Salzburg. Purchased by General Theological Seminary in 1968. Inhouse call number: LIT 1200 1420-1430.
Language: LATIN   Country: Flanders   Century: 15th
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5. New York, General Theological Seminary, Special Collections, 11 Western
Description: - ff. 198 - Bound in red velvet (s. XIX, as reported by De Ricci); edges of the book block have been dusted with red. - Written in the third quarter of the fifteenth century in France for use in England. Apparently in the hands of English Protestants at some point in the s. XVI#^2# (see notes on calendar). Obtained by General Theological Seminary from P.M. Barnard, as reported by De Ricci. - De Ricci p. 1286, number 13. Gania Barlow, "Protestant Martyrs added to a Book of Hours in English Ownership," Notes and Queries 256 (=n.s. 58) n. 2 (June 2011) 208-210.
Language: English, LATIN   Country: France   Century: 15th
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6. New York, General Theological Seminary, Special Collections, 12 Western
Description: - ff. 213 - Bound in leather by Gerhard Gerlach (stamp on inner back cover); edges of book block dusted with gold. - Written in Flanders in the third quarter of the fifteenth century for use in England. Early ownership by the family whose coat of arms appears on f. 23v, possibly the Barons Lovell as reported by the HMC and De Ricci; owned later by the Bowntyene family, possibly specifically Johane Bowntyene in the early sixteenth century, as reported by De Ricci; owned later (at least 1540-1568) by Anthony Bustard of Adderbury, near Oxford; the HMC report of 1885 records it among the manuscripts of Captain Josceline F. Bagot of Levens Hall; source and date of acquisition by General Theological Seminary unknown. - Historical Manuscripts Commission, 10th Report, Appendix, Part IV: The manuscripts of the Earl of Westmorland, Captain Stewart, Lord Stafford, Lord Muncaster, and others, (1885), pp. 346-347; De Ricci, p. 1286, number 12 where it is said to be bound in the original wooden boards and stamped calf.
Language: LATIN   Country: Flanders   Century: 15th
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7. New York, General Theological Seminary, Special Collections, 13 Western
Description: - ff. 260 - Bound s. XVII in dark brown leather stamped with patterns of leaves in gold, clasps missing; edges of book block dusted with gold. - Written in France in the fourth quarter of the fifteenth century. The ownership portrait on f. 29 and the feminine forms in several prayers indicate that the book was made for a woman.
Language: LATIN   Country: France   Century: 15th
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8. New York, General Theological Seminary, Special Collections, 15 Western
Description: - ff. 98 - Heavy wooden boards covered with blind stamped brown leather. Metal furniture: 6 bosses around the edge and one central boss. Evidence of fore edge closures, now missing.
Language: LATIN   Country: Italy   Century: 15th
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9. New York, General Theological Seminary, Special Collections, 16 Western
Description: - ff. 8 - Bound in blue velvet. - Armorial bookplate of George Becher Blomfield (1801-1885) on front pastedown. The accompanying description written by the bookseller P.M. Barnard of Tunbridge Wells, England, November 1910; acquired by General Theological Seminary on the Dean Hoffmann Fund.
Language: LATIN   Country: Germany   Century: 15th
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