Facsimiles of Books of Hours, the most beautiful illuminated codices and manuscripts of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance in Europe.

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Book Hours of the Virgin Mary, XV century Flanders

1.250,00 500,00

Apart facsimile edition of only 30 copies exclusively for Friends of the Codex. Unique and exceptional opportunity to grab a copy of this small illuminated manuscript in the fifteenth century in Flanders dedicated to the Virgin Mary, hence it is known as the Codex Hours of the Virgin Mary.

Book of Hours by Gerard David, s. XV

2.028,00

The facsimile reproduction of this little Book of Hours, so little known but of great importance because it contains 15 full-page miniatures, has been attributed to the great Flemish master Gerard David (1460-1523).

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Book of Hours of altarpieces, XV century

4.550,00 2.275,00

This codex, also known as the Missal Fernandez de Cordoba, is a magnificent example of Book of Hours according to the Roman use and a precious jewel of the bibliophile. Original preserved in the National Library of Spain (Vit. 25-3).

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Book of Hours of Bishop Fonseca, XV century

6.520,00 3.912,00

The so-called Book of Hours of Bishop Fonseca was made in Flanders in the fifteenth century. One of the most beautiful examples of European Hours Books of the great Ghent-Bruges school.

Book of Hours of Charles V (coronation), s. XVI

1.612,00

Book of Hours of the trip of Carlos V to be crowned Emperor. Among the handwritten jewels that are displayed in the windows of the Library of El Escorial, the number 13 contains a book of hours of Charles V of an exceptional quality, from the sixteenth century, and which is now offered in this article the wonderful edition Facsimile that took place in 2003.

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Book of Hours of Charles V, c. 1503, BNE

4.850,00 2.425,00

One of the most important of which are kept in the National Library of Spain (Vitr. 24.3) is known as codices Book of Hours of Charles V. Magni dated in circa 1503. By its content of great educational interest, possibly gifted he was still very young. It belonged to the house of Habsburg until Philip III donated it to Cardinal Francisco de Joyeuse.

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Book of Hours of Charles VIII King of France, XV century (5*)

12.000,00 6.000,00

This facsimile is part of the Spectacular Library.
Facsimile edition of the Codex Book of Hours of Charles VIII, King of France, whose original is preserved in the National Library of Spain under the reference Vitr. 24-1. Made in 1995 on the basis of the original 1500.

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Book of Hours of Escolapios, XV century

6.550,00 3.930,00

The Book of Hours of Escolapios is possibly the most beautiful example of international Gothic few are kept in Spain. Original preserved in the Library of the College of the Pious Schools of Zaragoza. XV century.

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Book of Hours of Golf, c. 1530

2.817,00 1.971,90

Has always attracted much attention the series of images found in the bottom of the calendar pages. These scenes depict sports activities and other pastimes of the time it was made.

Book of Hours of Gulbenkian, s. XV (5*)

3.560,00

This facsimile is part of the Spectacular Library.
Extraordinary facsimile edition carried out in 2009 of the Book of Hours of Gulbenkian, original preserved in the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon (Portugal), with the symbol Ms. Lat. 135. A 5 stars in every great Library!

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Book of Hours of Henry VIII of England, c. 1500

6.987,00 2.445,45

Facsimile edition of the Codex Book of Hours of Henry VIII of England, made in 2015 in a single edition, limited to 987 copies, numbered and authenticated by notarial deed. The original is kept in the Morgan Library and Museum (New York), MS H.8.