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The Model for 15th-Century Humanistic Script and Decoration – A large bifolium from a decorated Lectionary, in Latin [Italy, 12th century, first half]
“Ego sum .α. & .ω. …”: Greek letters in a Latin Bible – Leaf of a New Testament or Apocalypse, in Latin [France(?), 12th century, first half]
A leaf of Cicero, De inventione, I.63–70, in Latin [England, 12th century, second or third(?) quarter]
Tyndale’s NT in the Great Bible, 1550 with all 5 title pages and C18th binding.
William Foyle’s copy of Merbecke’s ‘Holy Sanctes’ 1574, bound by Riviere.
Á KEMPIS, Thomas Imitatio Christi 1485, 2nd Venetian edition, bound with Gerson’s Meditatione
Pilgrim’s Progress, First Mandarin edition, Ningpo 1870 – John Bunyan
Leaf with part of I Samuel from a Bible, in Latin [Italy, early 12th century]
Substantial fragment from a codex of Aristotle’s Rhetorica from c.1200.
Substantial part of a Sephardic Sefer Torah on gevil, Numbers 3-14 to the end of Deutoronomy. North African, probably Morocco, late 18th or early 19th century
Leaf of Missal [Germany, 15th century]
Large illuminated initial “S”, on a cutting from a fine Romanesque New Testament in Latin [Northern France or Southern Netherlands (Mosan area?), 12th century, c.1170?]
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