4.3.5 Gothic Book Scripts

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MS in French on vellum, Brugge, Belgium, ca. 1490-1500, showing the Archbishop of Rouen kneeling before the Duke of Normandy with full border, in style of the Master of Edward IV.
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MS in Latin on vellum, England, mid 14th c., 68 lines in a compressed Anglicana cursive book script of medium quality, chapter headings in red, 18 initials in alternate red and blue.
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MS in Latin on paper, Erfurt, Germany, 7 November 1436, lines in a German cursive book script, by Mauricius, preacher, 13-line initial with red and brown penwork filling the length of the margin.
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MS in Latin on vellum, Italy, 1st half of 14th c., 46 lines in a hybrid Gothic book script of medium quality, titles in red, 3-to 4-line initials in red or blue with contrasting penwork.
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MS in Latin on vellum, France, early 13th c., in an early rotunda Gothic book script of medium quality, large 10-line illuminated initial with human-headed dragons in "Channel style" with burnished gold.
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MS in Latin on vellum, Belgium or Northern France?, early 14th c., in a formal Gothic book script of medium grade,5 miniatures in pink on blue ground or blue on pink ground within a gold border.
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MS in Latin on vellum, Picardie, France, ca. 1315-1325, in a formal Gothic book script of high grade, of the assumption of the Virgin, resembling a missal commissioned by Abbot Johannes de Marchello for the Premonstratensian monastery of St. John in Amiens.
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MS in Latin on vellum, France, 1300-1325, in a formal Gothic book script of highest grade, square notation on a 4-line red staff with C clef, some with single bar borders, with ivy leaf motif sprays and gold with white highlighting.
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MS in Latin on vellum, East Anglia?, England, late 13th c., 18 lines in a formal Gothic book script of highest grade.