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Re: [miniaturebooks] MBS The Rosenwald Hours

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  • Randy Asplund
    Arno, Did you manage to get a reply from anybody about your question? I would also like to know more about this book, especially if there are any images of it
    Message 1 of 3 , May 29 7:58 AM
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      Arno,

      Did you manage to get a reply from anybody about your question? I
      would also like to know more about this book, especially if there are
      any images of it online.

      Randy Asplund


      On May 28, 2010, at 3:56 PM, arnobernoarno wrote:

      > Hello MB-friends!
      >
      > One question:
      >
      > Has anyone more information (pics) about the
      > 2 5/8 x 1 7/8 inches, 163 pages,
      > mid-14th century Rosenwald hours minibook?
      >
      > I only found this at the web:
      >
      > http://lccn.loc.gov/89213240
      >
      > 1340-1360 Book of hours (Ms. Edith G. Rosenwald)
      >
      > Livre d'heures
      > LC Control No.: 89213240
      > Type of Material: Book (Print, Microform, Electronic, etc.)
      > Corporate Name: Catholic Church. � More like this
      > Uniform Title: Book of hours (Ms. Edith G. Rosenwald) � More like this
      > Main Title: Livre d'heures.
      > Published/Created: [ca. 1340-1360]
      > Description: 325 p., bound (10 lines, in calendar 17 lines) :
      > parchment, col. ill. ; 69 mm.
      > Notes: Ms., very probably of Parisian manufacture.
      > In Latin.
      > Title from spine of ca. 1800 binding. The book is in a slipcase
      > lettered: Livre d'heures de la reine Jeanne de Naples.
      > The slipcased book is in a case (15 x 7 x 4 cm.) with separate
      > compartment for a magnifying glass. Lettered on case: To Edith from
      > Lessing August 9, 1951.
      > For detailed description see Schutzner.
      > Source: Gift of Edith G. Rosenwald, 1981.
      > References: Schutzner, S. Med. and Ren. ms. bks. in LC, 45
      > Subjects: Books of hours--Texts--Early works to 1800. � More like this
      > Catholic Church--Prayers and devotions. � More like this
      > Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern)--Washington (D.C.) � More
      > like this
      > Illumination of books and manuscripts, Medieval--France--Paris. �
      > More like this
      > Miniature books--Specimens. � More like this
      > LC Classification: BX2080.A3 B66 1340
      > Dewey Class No.: 242/.802 20
      > Geographic Area Code: e-fr--- n-us-dc
      >
      > and
      >
      > LC Control No.: 89213240
      > LCCN Permalink: http://lccn.loc.gov/89213240
      > Type of Material: Book (Print, Microform, Electronic, etc.)
      > Corporate Name: Catholic Church.
      > Uniform Title: Book of hours (Ms. Edith G. Rosenwald)
      > Main Title: Livre d'heures.
      > Published/Created: [ca. 1340-1360]
      > Description: 325 p., bound (10 lines, in calendar 17 lines) :
      > parchment, col. ill. ; 69 mm.
      >
      >
      > CALL NUMBER: BX2080.A3 B66 1340 Rosenwald Coll
      > Copy 1
      > -- Request in: Rare Book/Special Collections Reading Room
      > (Jefferson LJ239)
      >
      > -- Status: Not Charged
      >
      > http://catalog.loc.gov/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?
      > v1=8&ti=1,8&Search_Arg=Book%20of%20hours%20Rosenwald%
      > 20ms.&Search_Code=GKEY^*&CNT=100&PID=QvaFh4CWh3QgmSn7OYnXInPvt&SEQ=201
      > 00528154322&SID=2
      >
      > best greetings from Vienna
      > :-)
      > Arno
      >
      >

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    • Randy Asplund
      What a wonderful collection of links Joan. Thank you so very much for sharing it! Randy Asplund ... Randy Asplund www.RandyAsplund.com Maker of Medieval books
      Message 2 of 3 , May 30 3:24 PM
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        What a wonderful collection of links Joan. Thank you so very much for
        sharing it!

        Randy Asplund


        On May 30, 2010, at 5:03 PM, Joan Boring wrote:

        > I didn't come up with the Rosenwald book, but I did find a dandy
        > list at
        > http://www.utm.edu/vlibrary/mdmss.shtml

        Randy Asplund
        www.RandyAsplund.com
        Maker of Medieval books and
        Illustrator of Science Fiction & Fantasy
        (734) 663-0954
        2101 S. Circle Dr. Ann Arbor, MI 48103






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