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Winged dragon, fine illuminations in an early Book of Hours leaf c.1390.

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 Hours of the Virgin at None. For most God-fearing medieval people, the dragon was a real creature: a reptilian, winged, fire-breathing creature ... more info
Two Expeditions in the Interior of Southern Australia, Charles Sturt.

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2 Volume set.  Sturt's expeditions  During the Years 1828,1829,1830,and 1831: With Observations On The Soil,Climate, And General ... more info
A History of the Maldon & Shelbourne Railways

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A comprehensive history by authors James, Langley, Pascoe & Wurr.  2023. The railway from Castlemaine to Maldon opened in 1884. ... more info
Manuscript leaf, Parisian ”Pocket Bible”, c.1250 with a scribal correction.

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The Book of Jeremiah. “afflict not the stranger, the fatherless, and the widow, nor oppress them unjustly” Recto: Latin text written in ... more info
Manuscript Breviary leaf, c. 1475 with jewel-like illuminated initials.

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Liturgy for Ash Wednesday Verso:   Text in Latin written in two columns on high quality vellum in black ink in three sizes of an assured Gothic ... more info
DÜRER WOODCUT. INCUNABLE LEAF FROM THE 1497 EDITION OF THE SHIP OF FOOLS

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“The Mockery of Good Work”   Verso:   Woodcut by Dürer and text printed on watermarked laid paper.  Title in a large ... more info
Albrecht Dürer woodcut. The Ship of Fools incunable leaf, 1497 edition.

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“Of Not Following Good Advice” An incunable leaf with a woodcut by a young Dürer from Sebastian Brant’s The Ship of ... more info
The Works of St. Ambrosius. Incunable leaf, 1492. Hand initials.

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A finely printed leaf from the Works of St. Ambrose with elegantly penned decorative capitals. Ambrose (born Aurelius Ambrosius; c. 340 – ... more info
Glossed incunable leaf, 1498. Coloured initials added by hand. St. Luke Gospel.

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Nicolas De Lyra (c.1270-1340) was a French doctor of theology and teacher at the Sorbonne in Paris.   His commentary on the Bible, Postilla ... more info
"Pocket Bible" manuscript leaf. c.1250, Paris. Book of Jeremiah.

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Complete chapters 43,44,45, with sections of 42 & 46. Recto: Latin text written in black ink on fine vellum in an extremely precise gothic ... more info

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