2 edition of Facsimiles of national manuscripts found in the catalog.
Facsimiles of national manuscripts
Public Record Office
|Statement||by Colonel Sir Henry James. With translations and notes.|
|Contributions||James, H., 1803-1877., Hardy, Thomas Duffus, Sir, 1804-1878., Sanders, William Basevi, d. 1892.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 v :|
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Color facsimiles of the miniatures from a French manuscript of the 15th-century chivalric romance by René, Duke of Anjou. Reproduced from the manuscript held in the Austrian National Library, believed to have been the author's personal : John Miles.
Digital Facsimiles. Filter by department Read more about Manuscripts of Anne Brontë; John Ruskin Sketchbook. John Ruskin, –, Early drawing book Facsimiles of national manuscripts book sketches, Read more about John Ruskin Sketchbook; Pier Leone Ghezzi Album.
Account of facsimiles of national manuscripts of Ireland, selected and edited, under the direction of the Right Hon. Edward Sullivan, Master of the Rolls in Ireland, by John T. Gilbert, F.S.A., M.R.I.A., late secretary of the Public Record Office of Ireland; and photozincographed by command of Her Majesty Queen Victoria, by Major-General Sir Henry.
John Obadiah Westwood (–) was a bona fide polymath. An archaeologist, entomologist, editor, artist, and art historian, he was a regular contributor to the Gardner’s Chronicle, a founder of the Entomological Society of London, and the author of books about everything from sessile-eyed crustaceans to the early sculptured stones of Wales.
National Library of Wales Medieval Manuscripts page. A rich collection of manuscripts, including famous Welsh codices and the Hengwrt Canterbury Tales.
Penn In Hand, the digitized medieval manuscripts from University of Pennsylvania. Many fragments, but also many codices and rolls. Archive for Manuscript book Facsimiles - Page 2. ABOUT US. Facsimile Finder is a supplier of books, specializing in facsimile editions.
Dugdale and Sedgwick's Book of Monuments (BL Add. MS ) and Book of Seals (Northants. Record Office Finch-Hatton SAL/MS/) and the present facsimiles of rolls are the chief surviving works of this association. See Aspilogia, I (), xxi-v. Received by SA as a series of unbound vellum sheets and now bound in nine volumes.
Painted arms. The book is not only a source of interesting health information but also an iconographical treasure which shows diverse aspects of life in that period. Bound in brown leather with gold tooling.  [St. Petersburg, Russian National Library, Fr. XIV. Nr.4] Turnierbuch für René d’Anjou (Le pas de Saumur) Codices Selecti, CIV.
Facsimiles Available at Gould Library. Gould Library houses in its General and Special Collections a growing number of full and partial facsimile reproductions of late antique, Byzantine, and western medieval manuscripts as well as select items from the Early Modern period.
Special Collections houses several Medieval manuscript facsimiles. A facsimile is a copy or reproduction of an old book, manuscript, or other item of historical value that has been produced to appear as true to the original source as : Sauda Mitchell.
This is among the most important and beautiful manuscripts that survice from the early Holy Roman Empire. Black & white, with commentary, few color plates, translation of Das Goldene Evangelienbuch von Echternach im Germanischen National-Museum zu Nürnberg.
Date of Original: Location of Original: Trier Facsimile Type: FullAuthor: Rebecca Barham. London, National Archives, MS E3 1/2 The Great Domesday book is a nearly complete survey of England and Wales.
It was ordered by William the Conqueror to determine the state of taxes owed to the king and assess redistribution of property.
High Author: Rachel Duke. Facsimiles of national manuscripts of Ireland, selected and edited under the direction of the Right Hon.
Edward Sullivan, master of the rolls in Ireland, by J.T. Gilbert. Dublin: 4 pt. in 5 v. Lib. has pts. Characteristic representative specimens of documents and facsimiles of writings.