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Spanish Antiphonal Leaf, c. 1550, Archangeli Raphaelis: Unknown

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Item Description: Unknown, 1550. Book Condition: Fair. Unknown (illustrator). A large antiphonal leaf, with a gothic scrolling initial "B". From a rare work, the benedictine missal dedicated to the archangel Raphael and quoting Tobit. This work would have been in a large "antiphonal" which could be seen by a number of worshipers reciting the passage. It is handwritten on parchment (animal skin). The Missal Archangeli Raphaelis text - Missa Archangeli Raphaelis. Introitus. Ego sum azarias ananie magni filius : ego sum raphael archangelus : vnus ex septem qui astamus ante conspectum domini : pax vobis : nolite timere : dominus exaudiuit preces vestras : et misit me ad vos ut curem vos alleluia. ps. Benedicite dominum omnes electi eius : agite diem leticie : et confitemini illi. V. Gloria. Physical Attributes - Measuring 54.5 x 39 cm. Condition - See pictures. Pencil price and stock number (should erase easily) on the bottom of the hair side (recto). Slight cockling (waviness) as is typical to parchment. One yellow mark along fore edge, approximately two inches, on verso." 900 Grams. Bookseller Inventory # 72

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Original Handwritten music leaf from a Graduale/Antiphonal

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Item Description: Ilbenstadt, 1726. No Binding. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. This is a leaf from a Graduale/Antiphonal Romanum. It was produced in Ilbenstadt, Germany in 1725-1726. Colophon at the head of the original book read "Anno quo Jacobus Andreae Brandt Successor consecratus est hocceopus offerebat ". This specific leaf(83) contains the Mass that is celebrated on the third Sunday after Lent. A Roman Gradual or "Graduale Romanum" is an official liturgical book containing chants for use at Mass. This leaf was exquisitely produced by hand for a choir, with fine titles in red and black and with six staves to a full page. Each stave was drawn with a five-pen instrument with additional red and yellow lines. The leaf has decorative borders, decorative head-pieces and large initials. The text is in Latin. The leaf measures 410mm x 370mm. The great size of antiphonals allowed for them to be seen by multiple members of a choral section. This leaf was produced 30 years before the birth of Mozart. The thick hand-made paper is of the finest quality and is still in excellent condition after almost 290 years. Bookseller Inventory # 000379

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Item Description: Ilbenstadt, 1726. No Binding. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. This is a leaf from a Graduale/Antiphonal Romanum. It was produced in Ilbenstadt, Germany in 1725-1726. Colophon at the head of the original book read "Anno quo Jacobus Andreae Brandt Successor consecratus est hocceopus offerebat ". This specific leaf(123) contains the Mass that is celebrated on the Tuesday of Holy Week. A Roman Gradual or "Graduale Romanum" is an official liturgical book containing chants for use at Mass. This leaf was exquisitely produced by hand for a choir, with fine titles in red and black and with six staves to a full page. Each stave was drawn with a five-pen instrument with additional red and yellow lines. The leaf has decorative borders, decorative head-pieces and large initials. The text is in Latin. The leaf measures 410mm x 370mm. The great size of antiphonals allowed for them to be seen by multiple members of a choral section. This leaf was produced 30 years before the birth of Mozart. The thick hand-made paper is of the finest quality and is still in excellent condition after almost 290 years. Bookseller Inventory # 000380

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Item Description: Ilbenstadt, 1726. No Binding. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. This is a leaf from a Graduale/Antiphonal Romanum. It was produced in Ilbenstadt, Germany in 1725-1726. Colophon at the head of the original book read "Anno quo Jacobus Andreae Brandt Successor consecratus est hocceopus offerebat ". This specific leaf(193) contains the Mass that is celebrated on the Feast of Corpus Christi. A Roman Gradual or "Graduale Romanum" is an official liturgical book containing chants for use at Mass. This leaf was exquisitely produced by hand for a choir, with fine titles in red and black and with six staves to a full page. Each stave was drawn with a five-pen instrument with additional red and yellow lines. The leaf has decorative borders, decorative head-pieces and large initials. The text is in Latin. The leaf measures 410mm x 370mm. The great size of antiphonals allowed for them to be seen by multiple members of a choral section. This leaf was produced 30 years before the birth of Mozart. The thick hand-made paper is of the finest quality and is still in excellent condition after almost 290 years. Bookseller Inventory # 000381

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Item Description: Ilbenstadt, 1726. No Binding. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. This is a leaf from a Graduale/Antiphonal Romanum. It was produced in Ilbenstadt, Germany in 1725-1726. Colophon at the head of the original book read "Anno quo Jacobus Andreae Brandt Successor consecratus est hocceopus offerebat ". This specific leaf(197) contains the Mass that is celebrated on the third Sunday after Pentecost. A Roman Gradual or "Graduale Romanum" is an official liturgical book containing chants for use at Mass. This leaf was exquisitely produced by hand for a choir, with fine titles in red and black and with six staves to a full page. Each stave was drawn with a five-pen instrument with additional red and yellow lines. The leaf has decorative borders, decorative head-pieces and large initials. The text is in Latin. The leaf measures 410mm x 370mm. The great size of antiphonals allowed for them to be seen by multiple members of a choral section. This leaf was produced 30 years before the birth of Mozart. The thick hand-made paper is of the finest quality and is still in excellent condition after almost 290 years. Bookseller Inventory # 000382

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Item Description: Ilbenstadt, 1726. No Binding. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. This is a leaf from a Graduale/Antiphonal Romanum. It was produced in Ilbenstadt, Germany in 1725-1726. Colophon at the head of the original book read "Anno quo Jacobus Andreae Brandt Successor consecratus est hocceopus offerebat ". This specific leaf(199) contains the Mass that is celebrated on the fifth Sunday after Pentecost. A Roman Gradual or "Graduale Romanum" is an official liturgical book containing chants for use at Mass. This leaf was exquisitely produced by hand for a choir, with fine titles in red and black and with six staves to a full page. Each stave was drawn with a five-pen instrument with additional red and yellow lines. The leaf has decorative borders, decorative head-pieces and large initials. The text is in Latin. The leaf measures 410mm x 370mm. The great size of antiphonals allowed for them to be seen by multiple members of a choral section. This leaf was produced 30 years before the birth of Mozart. The thick hand-made paper is of the finest quality and is still in excellent condition after almost 290 years. Bookseller Inventory # 000383

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Item Description: Ilbenstadt, 1726. No Binding. Book Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. This is a leaf from a Graduale/Antiphonal Romanum. It was produced in Ilbenstadt, Germany in 1725-1726. Colophon at the head of the original book read "Anno quo Jacobus Andreae Brandt Successor consecratus est hocceopus offerebat ". This specific leaf(203) contains the Mass that is celebrated on the seventh Sunday after Pentecost. A Roman Gradual or "Graduale Romanum" is an official liturgical book containing chants for use at Mass. This leaf was exquisitely produced by hand for a choir, with fine titles in red and black and with six staves to a full page. Each stave was drawn with a five-pen instrument with additional red and yellow lines. The leaf has decorative borders, decorative head-pieces and large initials. The text is in Latin. The leaf measures 410mm x 370mm. The great size of antiphonals allowed for them to be seen by multiple members of a choral section. This leaf was produced 30 years before the birth of Mozart. The thick hand-made paper is of the finest quality and is still in excellent condition after almost 290 years. Bookseller Inventory # 000385

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Item Description: Ilbenstadt, 1726. No Binding. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. This is a leaf from a Graduale/Antiphonal Romanum. It was produced in Ilbenstadt, Germany in 1725-1726. Colophon at the head of the original book read "Anno quo Jacobus Andreae Brandt Successor consecratus est hocceopus offerebat ". This specific leaf(213) contains the Mass that is celebrated on the fourteenth Sunday after Pentecost. A Roman Gradual or "Graduale Romanum" is an official liturgical book containing chants for use at Mass. This leaf was exquisitely produced by hand for a choir, with fine titles in red and black and with six staves to a full page. Each stave was drawn with a five-pen instrument with additional red and yellow lines. The leaf has decorative borders, decorative head-pieces and large initials. The text is in Latin. The leaf measures 410mm x 370mm. The great size of antiphonals allowed for them to be seen by multiple members of a choral section. This leaf was produced 30 years before the birth of Mozart. The thick hand-made paper is of the finest quality and is still in excellent condition after almost 290 years. Bookseller Inventory # 000386

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Item Description: Ilbenstadt, 1726. No Binding. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. This is a leaf from a Graduale/Antiphonal Romanum. It was produced in Ilbenstadt, Germany in 1725-1726. Colophon at the head of the original book read "Anno quo Jacobus Andreae Brandt Successor consecratus est hocceopus offerebat ". This specific leaf(216) contains the Mass that is celebrated during the Easter Season. A Roman Gradual or "Graduale Romanum" is an official liturgical book containing chants for use at Mass. This leaf was exquisitely produced by hand for a choir, with fine titles in red and black and with six staves to a full page. Each stave was drawn with a five-pen instrument with additional red and yellow lines. The leaf has decorative borders, decorative head-pieces and large initials. The text is in Latin. The leaf measures 410mm x 370mm. The great size of antiphonals allowed for them to be seen by multiple members of a choral section. This leaf was produced 30 years before the birth of Mozart. The thick hand-made paper is of the finest quality and is still in excellent condition after almost 290 years. Bookseller Inventory # 000387

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Item Description: Ilbenstadt, 1726. No Binding. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. This is a leaf from a Graduale/Antiphonal Romanum. It was produced in Ilbenstadt, Germany in 1725-1726. Colophon at the head of the original book read "Anno quo Jacobus Andreae Brandt Successor consecratus est hocceopus offerebat ". This specific leaf(220) contains the Mass that is celebrated during the Easter Season. A Roman Gradual or "Graduale Romanum" is an official liturgical book containing chants for use at Mass. This leaf was exquisitely produced by hand for a choir, with fine titles in red and black and with six staves to a full page. Each stave was drawn with a five-pen instrument with additional red and yellow lines. The leaf has decorative borders, decorative head-pieces and large initials. The text is in Latin. The leaf measures 410mm x 370mm. The great size of antiphonals allowed for them to be seen by multiple members of a choral section. This leaf was produced 30 years before the birth of Mozart. The thick hand-made paper is of the finest quality and is still in excellent condition after almost 290 years. Bookseller Inventory # 000388

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Item Description: Ilbenstadt, 1726. No Binding. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. This is a leaf from a Graduale/Antiphonal Romanum. It was produced in Ilbenstadt, Germany in 1725-1726. Colophon at the head of the original book read "Anno quo Jacobus Andreae Brandt Successor consecratus est hocceopus offerebat ". This specific leaf(228) contains the Mass that is celebrated during the Easter Season. A Roman Gradual or "Graduale Romanum" is an official liturgical book containing chants for use at Mass. This leaf was exquisitely produced by hand for a choir, with fine titles in red and black and with six staves to a full page. Each stave was drawn with a five-pen instrument with additional red and yellow lines. The leaf has decorative borders, decorative head-pieces and large initials. The text is in Latin. The leaf measures 410mm x 370mm. The great size of antiphonals allowed for them to be seen by multiple members of a choral section. This leaf was produced 30 years before the birth of Mozart. The thick hand-made paper is of the finest quality and is still in excellent condition after almost 290 years. Bookseller Inventory # 000390

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Item Description: Ilbenstadt, 1726. No Binding. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. This is a leaf from a Graduale/Antiphonal Romanum. It was produced in Ilbenstadt, Germany in 1725-1726. Colophon at the head of the original book read "Anno quo Jacobus Andreae Brandt Successor consecratus est hocceopus offerebat ". This specific leaf(260) contains the Mass that is celebrated on the Feast Day for Saints Peter and Paul. A Roman Gradual or "Graduale Romanum" is an official liturgical book containing chants for use at Mass. This leaf was exquisitely produced by hand for a choir, with fine titles in red and black and with six staves to a full page. Each stave was drawn with a five-pen instrument with additional red and yellow lines. The leaf has decorative borders, decorative head-pieces and large initials. The text is in Latin. The leaf measures 410mm x 370mm. The great size of antiphonals allowed for them to be seen by multiple members of a choral section. This leaf was produced 30 years before the birth of Mozart. The thick hand-made paper is of the finest quality and is still in excellent condition after almost 290 years. Bookseller Inventory # 000391

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Item Description: Ilbenstadt, 1726. No Binding. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. This is a leaf from a Graduale/Antiphonal Romanum. It was produced in Ilbenstadt, Germany in 1725-1726. Colophon at the head of the original book read "Anno quo Jacobus Andreae Brandt Successor consecratus est hocceopus offerebat ". This specific leaf(262) contains the Mass that is celebrated on The Feast Day for Saints Peter and Paul. A Roman Gradual or "Graduale Romanum" is an official liturgical book containing chants for use at Mass. This leaf was exquisitely produced by hand for a choir, with fine titles in red and black and with six staves to a full page. Each stave was drawn with a five-pen instrument with additional red and yellow lines. The leaf has decorative borders, decorative head-pieces and large initials. The text is in Latin. The leaf measures 410mm x 370mm. The great size of antiphonals allowed for them to be seen by multiple members of a choral section. This leaf was produced 30 years before the birth of Mozart. The thick hand-made paper is of the finest quality and is still in excellent condition after almost 290 years. Bookseller Inventory # 000392

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Item Description: Ilbenstadt, 1726. No Binding. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. This is a leaf from a Graduale/Antiphonal Romanum. It was produced in Ilbenstadt, Germany in 1725-1726. Colophon at the head of the original book read "Anno quo Jacobus Andreae Brandt Successor consecratus est hocceopus offerebat ". This specific leaf(275) contains the Mass that is celebrated on All Saints Day. A Roman Gradual or "Graduale Romanum" is an official liturgical book containing chants for use at Mass. This leaf was exquisitely produced by hand for a choir, with fine titles in red and black and with six staves to a full page. Each stave was drawn with a five-pen instrument with additional red and yellow lines. The leaf has decorative borders, decorative head-pieces and large initials. The text is in Latin. The leaf measures 410mm x 370mm. The great size of antiphonals allowed for them to be seen by multiple members of a choral section. This leaf was produced 30 years before the birth of Mozart. The thick hand-made paper is of the finest quality and is still in excellent condition after almost 290 years. Bookseller Inventory # 000393

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Item Description: Ilbenstadt, 1726. No Binding. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. This is a leaf from a Graduale/Antiphonal Romanum. It was produced in Ilbenstadt, Germany in 1725-1726. Colophon at the head of the original book read "Anno quo Jacobus Andreae Brandt Successor consecratus est hocceopus offerebat ". This specific leaf(276) contains the Mass that is celebrated on the Feast Day for St Martin, Bishop, and St Clement, Pope. A Roman Gradual or "Graduale Romanum" is an official liturgical book containing chants for use at Mass. This leaf was exquisitely produced by hand for a choir, with fine titles in red and black and with six staves to a full page. Each stave was drawn with a five-pen instrument with additional red and yellow lines. The leaf has decorative borders, decorative head-pieces and large initials. The text is in Latin. The leaf measures 410mm x 370mm. The great size of antiphonals allowed for them to be seen by multiple members of a choral section. This leaf was produced 30 years before the birth of Mozart. The thick hand-made paper is of the finest quality and is still in excellent condition after almost 290 years. Bookseller Inventory # 000394

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Leaf. Antiphonal leaf.

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Item Description: 15 x 22. Four large initials in green & red. One corner missing; early sewn repair to closed tear. Bookseller Inventory # 15958

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Item Description: Begins: "Morte dira."Framed. Bookseller Inventory # 16296

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Item Description: Begins: "timum."Framed. Bookseller Inventory # 16297

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17th century Vellum Antiphonal Leaf: Unknown

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Item Description: 1650. Hardcover. Book Condition: Used: Acceptable. 41 cm x 30.5 cm. Framed 17th century antiphonal leaf on vellum, circa 1650. 5 line staves. Handwritten in black and red ink in rotunda Gothic. Latin antiphonal with Pentacostal prayers. Soiling to vellum, light pencil marks to one side of leaf. 4 inch tear to margin of antiphonal affecting 3 letters of text. This is an oversized or heavy book, that requires additional postage for international delivery outside the US. Bookseller Inventory # 1702070001

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ANTIPHONAL, fragment

Published by 16th century?, Italy?

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Item Description: 16th century?, Italy?. Paperback. Book Condition: Very Good+. Text in red and black, red staves with square musical notation. Major initials with three eleven line woodcut scenes. "Saints Peter and Paul with attributes," "Presentation of Christ in the Temple," and the "Crucifixion." An active Crucifixion scene depicts the Virgin Mary swooning, soldiers casting die, and Longinus poised to pierce Christís side. Text in Latin containing the psalms read for the Feast of the Common of Apostles, versicles read to the Virgin, and the psalms for the Invention of the Cross. Marginal worming at lower fore-edge, but folded over. (Size: 540 x 375mm). Bookseller Inventory # EPL100

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Item Description: No Binding. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. The text appears to be part of the R.C. 'Magnificat.' Size of the frame: 16 in. x 20 ½ in. Size of the leaf is 12 ½ in. x 18 in. One large initial in red, detail in brown ink. 5 musical staves. Carved wooden frame, glass front. Weight is 4 lbs. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-16705419537

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Manuscript Antiphonal Leaf on Vellum (22" x: Illuminated Manuscript

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Item Description: Very large (22" x 31") antiphonal leaf, on vellum, in late Gothic rotunda script, c. 1600. Text in Latin, staves are red, notes in black; large initial in red and blue. Very good, with a few short, closed tears at lower edge. Bookseller Inventory # 07882

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Manuscript Antiphonal Leaf on Vellum, Early 17th: Illuminated Manuscript

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Item Description: Very large (22" x 31") antiphonal leaf, on vellum, in late Gothic rotunda script, c. 1600. Text is in Latin, staves are red, notes are black; large initial in red and blue. Very good, with a few short, closed tears at lower edge. Bookseller Inventory # 07883

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Late 15h century Vellum Gregorian Chant Antiphonal: Unknown

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Item Description: France, 1480. Hardcover. Book Condition: Used: Good. Late 15th century Gregorian chant in Textualis Gothic for Pentacostal service. 4 stave dating this prior to the 16th century when Gregorian Chants went to 5 stave. Elaborate illuminated capitals, handwritten in red, black and blue ink. Early versions of the Gregorian chants of Spiritus Domini replevit and Emitte spiritum tuum. Soiling to vellum, minor rubbing loss to rear of leaf. Contemporary faded ink note to bottom margin of rear of leaf. Bookseller Inventory # 1702070006

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Antiphonal Leaf.

Published by Fifteenth century.

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Item Description: Fifteenth century. Approximately 18 x 22. Handsomely framed & double glazed (glass on both sides). Large initial "P" painted in yellow, red, orange, and green with large marginal acanthus leaf; rubric & other initials in red. Staves are in red, notes in black. Text in Latin. Very good condition. Bookseller Inventory # 15970

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Illuminated Manuscript)

Published by [Italy (1450)

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Item Description: [Italy, 1450. On recto and verso of a single vellum leaf. Six staves ruled in red, musical notation in black, text in a fine, large gothic hand; three large initial capitals in blue and red. 1 vols. Folio (14-1/2 X 9-3/4) inches. Slight soiling, traces of previous manuscript, one small repair to first stave On recto and verso of a single vellum leaf. Six staves ruled in red, musical notation in black, text in a fine, large gothic hand; three large initial capitals in blue and red. 1 vols. Folio (14-1/2 X 9-3/4) inches. Bookseller Inventory # 43965

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Antiphonal Leaves: ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPT]

ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPT]

Published by np, Italy (1550)

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Item Description: np, Italy, 1550. Book Condition: Very Good. Two large conjugate antiphonal leaves (bifolium) with later large miniatures of reclining monks. An exquisite rare bifolium with complementary reclining monks (added later) with large (approximately three-inch) floral border along the bottom and sides. With beautiful reds, greens, yellow, browns, and gold (including thick gold halos on the monks). With notes and text in black with red highlights. Also with two large initials, one in blue and gold with a red border, the other red and gold with a blue border. The monks are a full eight inches long; the one on the left reaches (with his hand) 6.25 inches high; the one on the right 4.25 inches. The leaves together are 27 inches wide and 18 inches tall. (Framed = 31.5 x 23 inches). Vellum, likely 16th century Spanish; float-matted in fine ornate frame. Note: The monks were added later, either in the 19th or 20th century. Stitched repair in border of right leaf, a few smudges. A beautiful set of leaves, very handsomely framed. Bookseller Inventory # 1643

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Illuminated Manuscript; Antiphonal Leaf Renaissance Manuscript]

Published by German Circa 15th century

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Item Description: German Circa 15th century. Written in gothic letter in black, blue, red, gray and yellow-gold, with a very large and beautifully decorated initial capital over two inches tall, additional initials and fine penwork. Single folio leaf on vellum [15" x 10"], handsomely presented in cream mounting. Very finely preserved, very bright and very fresh and in excellent condition. Bookseller Inventory # 23130

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Illuminated Antiphonal Leaves

Published by ca. 16th century

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Item Description: ca. 16th century. Book Condition: Slight soiling and smudging. Folio: 505 x 360mm. On recto and verso of each vellum leaf. Six staves ruled in red, musical notation in black, text in a fine, large gothic hand with varying large initial capitals in black and red. Folio. Antiphonals were books containing the sung portions of the Divine Office. These manuscript leaves are large, typical of the medieval book, so it could be shared by a choir. Folio: 505 x 360mm. On recto and verso of each vellum leaf. Six staves ruled in red, musical notation in black, text in a fine, large gothic hand with varying large initial capitals in black and red. Folio. Bookseller Inventory # 301458

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Illuminated manuscript leaf on vellum.

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Item Description: France, probably Paris: c. 1275. 183 x 120mm. Two columns, text and music (four staves), ruled in red, with decorative initials in red and blue; in fine and fresh condition. Origin and prior provenance unknown (possibly Maggs inventory number on verso); from a private California collection. An interesting leaf being the end of Nones and the beginning of Vespers, with many ink corrections in a different hand, parts of the text lined through (deleted?), and annotations in the margins. Bookseller Inventory # 105899

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