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ABERYSTWYTH, Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru - National Library of Wales

•  2008  •

0519
THOMAS de RINGSTEAD, Expositio in Parabolis Salomonis. – ms.
Aberystwyth, LlGC-NLW [cote non spécifiée]

• 14th cent., France
• Vellum; iii + 150 + iii leaves, 290 x 220 mm. Red or bue initials with penwork flourishings. 18th-century Italian half sheep and patterned paper binding
• Written in France, then taken to Italy where the decoration was completed
• Perhaps from the Dominican convent of San Domenico, Gaeta
• Auction: Christies, London, 12 November 2008, lot 25
• http://www.christies.com/LotFinder/lot_details.aspx?intObjectID=5138494

•  2003  •

0121
Processionale secundum usum ordinis Praedicatorum. – ms.
Aberystwyth, LlGC-NLW, MS 23911A

• 15th century (late; 16th c. additions), France
• Parchment, 62 ff., 135 x 110 mm. Illuminated initials. Musical notation on four-line staves. Seventeenth-century binding of gold-tooled black leather
• Possibly made for a nun of Poissy
• Owners: Royal Abbey of Poissy until 1792; Abbé Auguste Jaquemet, 19th cent.; Alan Thomas
• Auction: Sotheby's, London, 17/06/03, Lot no. 86
• http://www.sothebys.com/app/live/lot/LotDetail.jsp?sale_number=L03240&live_lot_id=86

0458
IOHANNES WALLENSIS, Summa collationum sive Communiloquium (fragm.). – ms.
Aberystwyth, LlGC-NLW, MS. 23915E

• 15th cent., Spain (Catalonia?)
• Vellum, four leaves (2 bifolia?), 356 x 240 mm. Illuminated initials
• From the collection of Arthur M. Ellis
• Auction: Sotheby’s, London, 2 Dec. 2003, lots 17­18
• http://www.sothebys.com/app/live/lot/LotDetail.jsp?sale_number=L03242&live_lot_id=18
• http://www.sothebys.com/app/live/lot/LotDetail.jsp?sale_number=L03242&live_lot_id=18

0459
IOACHIM FLORENSIS (Pseudo), Vaticinia de summis pontificibus. – ms.
Aberystwyth, LlGC-NLW, MS. 23916D

• 16th cent. (2nd half), Italy
• Vellum, 16 leaves (interleaved with blank paper), 270 x 186 mm. Half- or three-quarter-page tinted wash drawing on each page
• Unknown provenance
• Auction: Sotheby’s, London, 2 Dec. 2003, lot 77
• http://www.sothebys.com/app/live/lot/LotDetail.jsp?sale_number=L03242&live_lot_id=77

0460
AUGUSTINUS (s.), De doctrina christiana. – ms.
Aberystwyth, LlGC-NLW, MS. 23914A

• 15th cent. (2nd half), Italy (Rome?)
• Paper, 126 leaves, 153 x 15 mm. Four illuminated white-vine initials
• From the collection of J. R. Ritman
• Auction: Sotheby’s, London, 17 June 2003, lot 26
• http://www.sothebys.com/app/live/lot/LotDetail.jsp?sale_number=L03241&live_lot_id=26

•  2002  •

0413
PETRUS COMESTOR, Historia Scholastica. – ms.
Aberystwyth, LlGC-NLW [cote non spécifiée]

• 11th-12th cent. (ca. 1200), England
• Vellum, 165 leaves; 315 x 210 mm. Ten large puzzle initials, red or blue two-line initials, some marginal drawings. Modern blind-tooled calf binding (England, 19th cent.)
• Owners: James Thomas of Trebarried, Brecon (Wales); John Ricketts, same place, 1855; Sir James Bailey (1783-1858)
• Auction: Christie’s, London, 11 July 2002, lot 18
• http://www.christies.com/LotFinder/lot_details.aspx?intObjectID=3953289

0414
Biblia sacra (fragm.). – ms.
Aberystwyth, LlGC-NLW [cote non spécifiée]

• 13th cent. (ca. 1250), France (Paris)
• Vellum, 2 leaves, 195 x 140 mm. Three historiated initials, blue or red two-line initials
• Provenance: Reportedly from a manuscript from the Library of Raglan Castle
• Auction: Christie’s, London, 11 July 2002, lot 3
• http://www.christies.com/LotFinder/lot_details.aspx?intObjectID=3953274

•  2001  •

0073
Horae secundum usum Rotomagensem. – ms.
Aberystwyth, LlGC-NLW [cote non spécifiée]

• 15th c. (ca. 1440), France (Normandy: Rouen)
• Illuminated
• Purchase: Sotheby's, London, 9/7/2001, Lot 41

0074
THOMAS AQUINAS, Summa theologica, Secunda secundae. – ms.
Aberystwyth, LlGC-NLW [cote non spécifiée]

• 15th c. (1443), Germany (Erfurt, University)
(Description non disponible)
• Purchase: Christie's, London, 19/06/01, Lot 17

•  2000  •

0403
Vie de sainte Marguerite (en vers). – ms.
Aberystwyth, LlGC-NLW [cote non spécifiée]

• 15th cent. (ca 1480), France (Rheims?)
• Vellum; one gathering of 6 leaves, 167 x 112 mm (complete; not necessarily once part of a larger book). Illuminated initial and full-length border on fol. 1r. Nineteenth-century French red morocco gilt binding, a shield on each cover with the initials 'A.A' and three stars (signed Thompson)
• Provenance: The church of St-Pierre in Rheims is mentioned in a note dated 1516, f. 6v; Adolphe Audenet, 1800-1872 (his initials on the binding); J.R. Ritman (bought in October 1991, from Rosenthal, cat.253, no.1)
• Auction: Sotheby’s, 6 July 2000, lot 36
• http://www.sothebys.com/app/live/lot/LotDetail.jsp?lot_id=SYNM
• Incipit: Aprés la saincte passion / Ihesuchrist a l'ascention ...

•  1999  •

0455
La Somme le roi. Le Purgatoire de saint Patrick. – ms.
Aberystwyth, LlGC-NLW [cote non spécifiée]

• 14th cent.
(Description non disponible)
• Auction: Sotheby’s, London, 22 June 1999, lot 76


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