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Book Description
Limited edition (144/740) colour facsimile manuscript together with commentary volume. Flamische Bilderchronik Philipps des Schonen or La Chronique flamande de Philippe le Beau). Les Chroniques abregees des anciens rois et ducs de Bourgogne. Facsimile manuscript from the British Library, London, Yates Thompson 32.
Dealer Notes
The facsimile is bound in original salmon coloured velvet with brass corner pieces and central bosses. Raised bands to spine with three contrasting leather labels. All edges tinted red. Slim 8vo. Unpaginated, 18 leaves including two leaves at rear with source and limitation details. Commentary volume in original red cloth with gilt to front and spine. 310pp. Commentary volume in three languages (German, English and French) by Joanna Fronska, Graeme Small and Hanno Wijsman. Includes sections covering: The authors and audiences; Images and decoration; Codicology and Provenance; The date and historical context of he manuscript; Transcription and English translation. Also included is an Appendix covering the names mentioned, bibliography and illustrations. The two volumes are housed in the original clear perspex case. A beautiful facsimile with a detailed commentary.
Author Tolins, Hugues de or Martin, Philippe
Date 2015
Binding Facsimile is bound in original salmon coloured velvet with brass corner pieces and central bosses. Raised bands to spine with three contrasting leather labels. All edges tinted red.
Publisher Quaternio Verlag Luzern in association with The British Library.
Condition Fine
Pages Facsimile: 18 leaves; Commentary: 310

Price: £1200.00

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