4.3.5 Gothic Book Scripts
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
MS in Latin on vellum, East Anglia?, England, late 13th c., 18 lines in a formal Gothic book script of highest grade.