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  • M6429 Cutting from a Monumental Lectionary, Romanesque hand, France, c. 1125

Substantial part of a single leaf with double column, 31 lines in a handsome and distinctive Romanesque bookhand, capitals touched in lemon-yellow, red rubrics, two large elegant red initials, later scribbles from reuse in the binding of ‘Sommario delle Riforme leggi e ordini dell’usito de Cinque Conservadori del contado & distretto di Firenze’ (Florence, 1553), overall 335 x 218 mm.  Despite its survival on the binding of an Italian book, the script and decoration here is distinctively French and of a notably high quality.
  • M6429 Cutting from a Monumental Lectionary, Romanesque hand, France, c. 1125

Substantial part of a single leaf with double column, 31 lines in a handsome and distinctive Romanesque bookhand, capitals touched in lemon-yellow, red rubrics, two large elegant red initials, later scribbles from reuse in the binding of ‘Sommario delle Riforme leggi e ordini dell’usito de Cinque Conservadori del contado & distretto di Firenze’ (Florence, 1553), overall 335 x 218 mm.  Despite its survival on the binding of an Italian book, the script and decoration here is distinctively French and of a notably high quality.
  • M6429 Cutting from a Monumental Lectionary, Romanesque hand, France, c. 1125

Substantial part of a single leaf with double column, 31 lines in a handsome and distinctive Romanesque bookhand, capitals touched in lemon-yellow, red rubrics, two large elegant red initials, later scribbles from reuse in the binding of ‘Sommario delle Riforme leggi e ordini dell’usito de Cinque Conservadori del contado & distretto di Firenze’ (Florence, 1553), overall 335 x 218 mm.  Despite its survival on the binding of an Italian book, the script and decoration here is distinctively French and of a notably high quality.

M6429 Cutting from a Monumental Lectionary, Romanesque hand, France, c. 1125

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M6429 Cutting from a Monumental Lectionary, Romanesque hand, France, c. 1125

Substantial part of a single leaf with double column, 31 lines in a handsome and distinctive Romanesque bookhand, capitals touched in lemon-yellow, red rubrics, two large elegant red initials, later scribbles from reuse in the binding of ‘Sommario delle Riforme leggi e ordini dell’usito de Cinque Conservadori del contado & distretto di Firenze’ (Florence, 1553), overall 335 x 218 mm.  Despite its survival on the binding of an Italian book, the script and decoration here is distinctively French and of a notably high quality. 

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