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Philadelphia, PA, Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Philip S. Collins Collection, 1945-65-3

Collection:
Roman de la Rose Digital Library
Repository:
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Settlement:
Philadelphia, PA
Manuscript Identifier:
The Philip S. Collins Collection, 1945-65-3
Manuscript Title:
Roman de la Rose
Origin Date:
15th century
Material:
parchment
Dimensions:
339 mm x 236 mm
Provenance:
François César Le Tellier, marquis de Courtanvaux (1718-1781), late 18th century (armorial book stamp on first and last pages); sale, Paris, July 7, 1783, lot 1258; Joseph-Louis, baron d’Heiss; sale, De Bure fils aîné, Paris, March 8, 1785, lot 223; M. and Mme. Paignon-Dijonval, Paris; Charles Gilbert Terray, vicomte Morel-Vindé (1759-1842), Paris; sale, De Bure frères, Paris, March 17, 1823, lot 1379; Henry Perkins (1788-1855), Springfield, Surrey, England, ca. 1825; Algernon Perkins (d. 1872); sale, Gadsden, Ellis and Co. (London booksellers), Hanworth Park, Catalogue of the…Library Formed by the late Henry Perkins, Esq., June 3-6, 1873, lot 637, illus.; Thomas Shadford Walker (1834-1885), Liverpool; sale, Sotheby’s, London, June 23-24, 1886, lot 277; Bernard Quaritch (bookseller), London, cat. 369, 1886, no. 35727; cat. 103, 1890, no. 362; cat. 138, 1893, no. 104; Henri Bordes, Bourdeaux (bookplate); sale, Paris, June 10, 1899, lot 6; Robert Hoe (1839-1909), New York; sale, Anderson Auction Company, New York, January 8, 1912, II, lot 2491, illus.; James F. Drake (bookseller), New York; Cortlandt Field Bishop, New York; his sale, American Art Association, Anderson Galleries, New York, April 25-27, 1938, II, lot 1364, illus.; Philip S. Collins, Philadelphia (bookplate); given by his wife, Mary Schell Collins, to the Philadelphia Museum of Art in 1945 in memory of her husband.
Description URL:
http://romandelarose.org/#book;PMA1945-65-3
Image URL:
http://romandelarose.org/#read;PMA1945-65-3.001r.tif