Text: Book of Hours


Ownership Details

NE 98 owned by Anne Wingfield Harling (?-1498). Ownership Confirmed with Will as evidence.

NE 98 owned by Edmund de la Pole (1498-?). Ownership Confirmed with as evidence.

NE 98 owned by Edward IV of England (? - c.1474). Ownership Possible with as evidence.

NE 99 owned by Anne Fitzwater (1498-?). Ownership Confirmed with Will as evidence.

NE 99 owned by Anne Wingfield Harling (? - 1498). Ownership Confirmed with Will as evidence.

PML MS M 253 owned by Margaret of Anjou, queen of England (1480). Ownership Confirmed with Coat of Arms as evidence.

PML MS M 253 owned by No known Owner (1480-1482). Ownership Confirmed with as evidence.

Cambridge, St. John's MS N 24 (MS 264) owned by Anne Shirley (1502-15??). Ownership Confirmed with Inscription as evidence.

Cambridge, St. John's MS N 24 (MS 264) owned by John Beaufort, Duke of Somerset (14??-1444). Ownership Possible with as evidence.

Cambridge, St. John's MS N 24 (MS 264) owned by Margaret Beaufort, countess of Richmond and Derby (1444-1502). Ownership Confirmed with Inscription as evidence.

NE 112 owned by Anne Neville (Stafford), duchess of Buckingham (?-1480). Ownership Confirmed with Will as evidence.

NE 112 owned by Margaret Beaufort, countess of Richmond and Derby (1480-1509). Ownership Confirmed with Will as evidence.

Alnwick Castle Library MS 498 owned by Margaret Beaufort, countess of Richmond and Derby (1439?-1509). Ownership Confirmed with Other (original) as evidence.

Alnwick Castle Library MS 498 owned by Margaret Holland, duchess of Clarence (?-1439?). Ownership Confirmed with Other (original) as evidence.

Unnamed Private Collection, Clarence Book of Hours owned by Elizabeth of York, queen consort of England (c. 1486-1503). Ownership Possible with Inscription as evidence.

Unnamed Private Collection, Clarence Book of Hours owned by Margaret Beaufort, countess of Richmond and Derby (c. 1439-1486). Ownership Possible with Other as evidence.

Unnamed Private Collection, Clarence Book of Hours owned by Margaret Holland, duchess of Clarence (c. 1400-1439). Ownership Confirmed with Inscription as evidence.

Lambeth Palace Library MS 474 owned by Margaret Beaufort, countess of Richmond and Derby (1485-1509). Ownership Confirmed with Will as evidence.

Lambeth Palace Library MS 474 owned by Richard III of England (?-1485). Ownership Confirmed with as evidence.

BL Add. MS 38126 owned by Margaret of York, duchess of Burgundy (1485-1503). Ownership Possible with Other as evidence.

BL Add. MS 42131 owned by Anthony Woodville (1472? - 1483). Ownership Possible with as evidence.

BL Add. MS 42131 owned by Jacquetta of Luxembourg, duchess of Bedford (1433/1435-?). Ownership Possible with Other as evidence.

BL Add. MS 42131 owned by John Duke of Bedford (1414-1433). Ownership Confirmed with as evidence.

BL Add. MS 42131 owned by Mary Fitzlewis (1480-1483). Ownership Confirmed with Inscription as evidence.

Ramsen, Antiquariat Heribert Tenschert - Hours of Mary Stuart owned by Mary Stuart, queen of Scotland (15??-1587?). Ownership Confirmed with Other (original) as evidence.

Metz, BM MS 1255 (no longer extant) owned by Margaret of York, duchess of Burgundy (1488 - 1503). Ownership Confirmed with Coat of Arms as evidence.

Paris, Catal. Librairie François Ier no. 107 owned by Margaret of York, duchess of Burgundy (c.1478 - 1503). Ownership Confirmed with Other (original) as evidence.

BL Add. MS 50001 owned by Cecily Neville, Duchess of York (c.1430-1450). Ownership Possible with Inscription as evidence. Ownership Possible with Other as evidence.

BL Add. MS 50001 owned by Edward Stafford, duke of Buckingham (1503?-1521?). Ownership Confirmed with as evidence.

BL Add. MS 50001 owned by Elizabeth of York, queen consort of England (c.1450-1503). Ownership Confirmed with Inscription as evidence.

BL Royal MS 2 A XVIII owned by Anne of York, duchess of Exeter (c. 1461). Ownership Possible with Inscription as evidence.

BL Royal MS 2 A XVIII owned by John Beaufort, Duke of Somerset (c. 1410-1444). Ownership Possible with as evidence.

BL Royal MS 2 A XVIII owned by John Beaufort, Earl of Somerset (c. 1401-1410). Ownership Possible with as evidence.

BL Royal MS 2 A XVIII owned by Margaret Beauchamps, duchess of Somerset (c. 1443-1456). Ownership Confirmed with Inscription as evidence.

BL Royal MS 2 A XVIII owned by Margaret Beaufort, countess of Richmond and Derby (1456?-1509). Ownership Confirmed with Inscription as evidence.

Liverpool Cathedral Radcliffe MS 6 owned by Elizabeth Woodville, queen consort of England (c.1475-1482). Ownership Possible with Patron Portrait as evidence. Ownership Possible with Dedication as evidence.

Liverpool Cathedral Radcliffe MS 6 owned by Joan Luyt (c.1475-?). Ownership Possible with Other as evidence.

New York Public Library Spencer MS 3 owned by Anne Neville (Stafford), duchess of Buckingham (c.1450-1480). Ownership Confirmed with Patron as evidence.

Bodleian Library, MS Lat. liturg. e. 17 owned by Joan Luyt (?-1497). Ownership Possible with Inscription as evidence.



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