In a series of previous posts (e.g. here) I have been gradually finding dispersed cuttings from a Missal of Pope Leo X.
I recently looked, for the first time in more than a decade, at the catalogue of the Holford Collection, published in two volumes in 1927:
Saturday, 11 November 2017
The main clue to the origins of the Ghistelles Hours (as I will continue to call it) is its first quire, which was owned by Rosy Schilling, and sold after her death at Sotheby’s, 5 December 1994, lot 20:
Posted by Peter Kidd at 09:00
Saturday, 4 November 2017
The 1989 catalogue of manuscripts in New Zealand was the first attempt to pull together what was known about the manuscript and list its dispersed leaves. As mentioned in the previous post, this was the first time that the manuscript was associated with John III of Ghistelles:
Posted by Peter Kidd at 14:51