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HRC 48 Froissart, Jean (1338?-1410?). Chroniques (Book I). France: between 1425 and 1475. 2 vols. (162, 225 leaves): parchment, 359 x 286 mm. Written in French, bastarda script. Layout is 2 columns of 49, 53, or 54 lines ruled in ink. Decoration includes large miniature of battle scene; two smaller miniatures, one of mounted knights, the other of a funeral procession. Numerous capitals in gold on colored grounds. In the style of the Bedford Master. Binding: Rebound in full beige-toned alum tawed pigskin over boards, in two volumes, by Bruce Levy, 1980s; previous binding quarter tawed sheepskin nailed to wood boards with red (now faded) velvet covers (retained as HRC 48a). Provenance: St. Martin of Tournai monastery; Augustins Déchaussées de la Croix-Rousse; Thomas Hobart (d. 1728); Sir Roger Mostyn (1675-1739); John Barrymore; Elliot Nugent; Edward A. Parsons (1878-1962). Bibliography: Regine Reynolds Cornell, "Vicissitudes of a Fifteenth-Century French Manuscript," Library Chronicle N.S. no.22 (1983):50-65. Use: Unrestricted in reading room; available for classroom use in exhibit case only. Facsimile: Complete digital facsimile available. Information folder: Yes


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