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W.915.1-3, Beaupré Antiphonary fragments


Three fragments salvaged from a volume of the Beaupré Antiphonary that was damaged in June 1865 during a fire that spread to Sotheby and Wilkinson in London. Six other fragments are known to exist in other collections: two leaves at the Victoria and Albert Museum (Department of Prints, Drawings, and Paintings, nos. 7939-7940); two in Brussels at the Bibliothèque Royale Albert I (nos. 3634.1-2); one in Bordeaux in the Trésor de la Cathédrale Saint-André (Collection Marcadé, no. 101); and one in Nuremberg at the Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Graphische Sammlung (Bredt 71). For full cataloging on the Beaupré Antiphonary, see the entries on the more intact volumes of the manuscript, W.759-762.

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  • http://purl.thewalters.org/art/W.915.1-3/browse
  • http://purl.thewalters.org/art/W.915.1/data
  • http://purl.thewalters.org/art/W.915.1-3/data
    1. W.915.1r

      W.915.1-3, W.915.1r
    2. W.915.1v

      W.915.1-3, W.915.1v
    3. W.915.2r

      W.915.1-3, W.915.2r
    4. W.915.2v

      W.915.1-3, W.915.2v
    5. W.915.3r

      W.915.1-3, W.915.3r
    6. W.915.3v

      W.915.1-3, W.915.3v

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