Book of hours (“Emerson-White Hours”), use of Rome

Parchment, formerly one volume of 248 leaves, subdivided in the late nineteenthcentury into two consecutively foliated volumes: MS Typ 443: ff. vi (i–v binder’svellum, vi old paper) + 118 + v (binder’s vellum); MS Typ 443.1: ff. v (modernbinder’s vellum) + 130 (ff. 119–248) + vi (binder’s vellum), 143 x 104–5 (c. 73 x48) mm

Properties

Houghton Library
c. 1480
Harvard University



Bruges, Flanders (probably)

MSS Typ 443 and 443.1