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 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-?). Ownership Confirmed with Inscription as evidence.

Cambridge, St. John's MS N 24 (MS 264) owned by John Beaufort (?-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, 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 as evidence.

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

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

BnF lat. 1405 owned by Mary Stuart, queen of Scotland (15??-1587?). Ownership Confirmed with Other as evidence.

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

BnF lat. 1158 owned by Cecily Neville, Duchess of York (c.1440-1495). Ownership Possible with Patron Portrait as evidence. Ownership Possible with Arms as evidence.

BnF lat. 1158 owned by Joan Beaufort, countess of Westmorland (c.1440). Ownership Possible with Patron Portrait as evidence. Ownership Possible with Arms 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 (c. 1410-1444). Ownership Possible with as evidence.

BL Royal MS 2 A XVIII owned by John Beaufort (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 (1466-1482). Ownership Possible with Patron Portrait as evidence.

Liverpool Cathedral Radcliffe MS 6 owned by Joan Luyt (1466-?). Ownership Possible with Other as evidence.



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