New York: George Braziller, 1969. Hardcover. VG (Slipcase has light wear or age; long inscription to former owner on first page; otherwise pristine.). Red cloth, gilt letters on spine, gilt decoration on front cover, in beige board slipcase with tan title block laid on. 30 pp + 139 exquisite plate pages. A book of hours commissioned by John, Duke of Berry in 1410, considered by many to be the most important illuminated manuscript of the 15th century and "one of the miracles of art history." Reproduced from the illuminated manuscript and exquisitely presented. (Inventory #: 19617)
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