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A “fanfare” for a musical printeress in late-sixteenth-century Paris — Bibliotheca Philadelphiensis

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Fifty-two discoveries from the BiblioPhilly project, No. 11/52 Book of Hours, Use of Rome, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Department of Prints, Drawings, and Photographs, 1945‑65‑11, upper and lover covers (with “LUCRECE DU GUE” inscription) A small mid-fifteenth-century Book of Hours now in the collections of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, PMA 1945-65-11, is…

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