Hand 3, with initials.
Renaissance and medieval manuscripts collection
Dates / OriginDate Created: 1485 - 1499Place: France
Library locationsManuscripts and Archives DivisionShelf locator: MssCol 2557Shelf locator: MA 160
NotesOwnership: Given by A. W. Parker.Content: De Ricci, Supplement, 330. Chart by Dr. G.B. Guest. Note in manuscript.Content: The final folio, f. 67, is one half of a sheet from a music manuscript; the other half functions as the back pastedown..Content: Service book has 18-19 lines per page, ruled in very light pen, catchwords visible. Quire structure: one quire with one folio (pages missing), followed by seven quires of eight folios each, one quire of four folios, one quire of five folios, and a final leaf (pt. 2).Content: ParchmentContent: Four illuminated initials.Content: 3-line gold initials on pink and blue fields. 1-line and 2-line red and blue initials. Rubrics.Content: Printed and in-house sources refrain from proposing a date; a note tucked into the manuscripts suggests the late 15th century.Content: 4: A, ff. 1-17v, 26-61; B, ff. 18-22; C, ff. 22v-23; D, ff. 62-66vContent: f. 67r-v and back pastedown 177 x 124Content: 10 lines of music and 9 lines of text per side of full sheet, ruled in drypoint.Content: Red, blue and black initials. Rubrics.Content: None of the sources mentions music as part of the manuscript. Measurement given is of one half of the leaf, since measurement of fully unfolded leaf would damage binding.
Type of ResourceStill image
IdentifiersNYPL catalog ID (B-number): b12455533MSS Unit ID: 2557Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): 32312af0-c5cd-012f-b434-58d385a7bc34
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