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[Sale Catalogue, No. 1056].
Bookhands of the Middle Ages, Part II: Medieval Manuscript Leaves with a Selection of Charters.
Published London: Bernard Quaritch, 1985.
Series: Bookhands of the Middle Ages.
Binding: paperback, stitch bound.
Printer: Stockwell Press, London.
Page count: 95pp.
Main language: English.
Overall condition fair: this copy has some scuffs and stains on the covers, some wear on the edges and corners; the spine shows a bit of wear but is not heavily creased; at least 15 pages have some inked marks or annotations.
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Weight without packaging: 221g.
Derives mainly from a collection of pastedowns, wrappers, flyleaves & other binding waste, put together in the early 19th century by the Oxford antiquary Philip Bliss (1787-1857), but with some additional material from other sources.
Contents: catalogues 113 items, under the following headings: Bibles; Literature, intellectual history; Law; Medicine; Liturgy & church music; Patristic literature & theology; Charters; Gutenberg & the Fust Master.
Illustrations: 39, monochrome
Maps & plans: no
Introduction: 1 page
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