Hore Beate Marie Virginis secundum vsum Romanum totaliter ad longum sine require
- Hore Beate Marie Virginis secundum vsum Romanum totaliter ad longum sine require
- Title (uniform):
Book of hours
- Barbier, Jean, -1515
- Le Rouge, Guillaume, active 1489-1517
- Former owner:
- Pamèle, Jacques de Joigny de, 1536-1587
- Former owner:
- Pamèle, Adolphus de Joigny de, 1501-1547
- Catholic Church
August 22, 1509
Books of hours
Armorial bindings (Binding)
Goatskin bindings (Binding)
Metal clasps (Binding)
Silver catches (Binding)
Gilt edges (Binding)
Boston Public Library
Rare Books Department
- Collection (local):
Special Collections, Rare Books
Catholic Church--Prayers and devotions--Early works to 1800
-  leaves : ill. ; 16 cm (8vo)
No known copyright restrictions.
No known restrictions on use.
Imprime a Paris :
Par Jehan Barbier et Guillaume le Rouge imprimeurs
- Notes (date):
Date of publication from the colophon, which appears on leaf R8.
- Notes (citation):
Bohatta, H. Livres d'Heures, 812
Brunet, V, col. 1668, no. 353
Moreau, p. 324, no. 103
- Notes (object):
Title page vignette (includes the devices of Barbier and Guillaume Le Rouge); title and text printed in red and black ink; initials.
Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy G.509.C28H bound in 16th-century red and black goatskin with silver clasps and catches. Arms of the Joigny de Pamèle family, with the motto "Daultrui te pas mesle," inset in both covers. Spine paneled and tooled in gilt. Ca. 19th-century adhesive label bearing number 142 at head of spine. Leaf C2 wanting, with a blank leaf of manuscript notes tipped into its place. Early 16th-century manuscript (39 pages comprising 36 prayers) written in a calligraphic hand of red and black ink with rubricated and illumated initials bound in after printed text. Housed in a tan cloth box. For further description, see Lathrop C. Harper, Inc. Catalogue number four: a selection of fine books & manuscripts (New York: The Firm), 15.
Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy G.509.C28H with two autographs of Adolphus de Joigny de Pamèle ("Adolphus pamelius Bruge[n]sis -- A quoi tiendra") on front pastedown. Early inscriptions and annotations throughout.
Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy G.509.C28H ruled in red throughout. All 86 woodcuts and most initials fully hand-colored and illuminated. Device on title page painted over with portraits of two former owners and their coats of arms (possibly Adolphus de Joigny de Pamèle and Madalene vanden Heede).
G-509-C28H_001 - G-509-C28H_386
- Call #:
RARE BKS G.509.C28H