Margaret of Bourbon

15TH CENTURY

SOLD OUT EDITION

Original currently at Library Fundación Lázaro Galdiano

The Books of Hours had their heyday in the 15th century, with the purpose of passing on the Christian Faith.

The reproduction of these works of art was popular amongst the nobility who purchased them and exhibited them as symbols of power and wealth. Characteristics of the facsimile. Edition of codex (register number 6) from the Lázaro Galdiano Library. Codex made in France in the mid 15th century, volume format 220 x 150 mm. 304 pages.

Special printing process with concealment of paper web (burnishings, hand-sewn joining of sheets, binding in brushed velvet identical to the original) Study volume containing palaeographic, historical-artistic and codex study by Elisa Ruiz Garcia Universidad Complutense, Anna Muntada Torrellas, Juan A. Yeves Andrés, Josep Joan Vidal

Study volume

Containing palaeographic, historical-artistic and codex study by Elisa Ruiz Garcia Universidad Complutense, Anna Muntada Torrellas, Juan A. Yeves Andrés, Josep Joan Vidal

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