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Heraldic manuscript of the English kings and peers.

Heraldic manuscript of the English kings and peers.

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Date: [circa 1620]
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From the collection of Toshiyuki Takamiya, 2013-.
Four modern binder's blanks at front and 13 modern binder's blanks at end not digitized.
Spine title: Arms of the Nobility of England. MS. 1042-1619.
Script: English secretary hand.
Decoration: more than 600 emblazoned coats of arms, in full color.
Binding: nineteenth-century full polished calf, by Clarke & Bedford.
Pagination error. Skips p. 182.
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Manuscript, on paper, in a single hand, of a genealogy of the rulers of England from Brutus and Julius Caesar to James I, containing short biographies of each individual and illustrated with their emblazoned coats of arms.
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236 [i.e., 235] p. : paper ; 280 x 183 mm.
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Object ID: 16371208
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