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0000 0000 6629 6335
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Henry Yates Thompson
Thompson, Henry Yates
Thompson, Henry Yates (English collector and businessman, 1838-1928)
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1838-1928
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Ashburnham, Bertram Ashburnham Earl of, 1797-1878
Bibliothèque nationale (France). Département des manuscrits
Blanchard, P.
Chancellor, Christopher Sir
Cockerell, Sydney Carlyle (1867-1962)
Omont, Henri Auguste (1857-1940)
Royal Irish Academy. Library
Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge
Walker, Emery (1851-1933)
Warner, George Frederic (1845-1936)
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Catalogue of a portion of the collection of manuscripts known as the "Appendix", made by the late Earl of Ashburnham, from whose printed catalogue the descriptions are taken ... : which will be sold by auction by Messrs. Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge ... the 1st day of May, 1899 ...
Catalogue of twenty-eight illuminated manuscripts and two illuminated printed books ... 1919:
descriptive catalogue of the second series of fifty manuscripts (nos. 51 to 100) in the collection of Henry Yates Thompson., A
Englishman in the american civil war the diaries of henry yates thompson,1863
Facsimiles in photogravure of six pages from a psalter
heures de Savoie, Les
[Hours]
Illustrations from one hundred manuscripts in the library of Henry Yates Thompson
Illustrations from the life of Bertrand Duguesclin
lecture on some English illuminated manuscripts, A
psalter and hours executed before 1270 for a lady connected with St. Louis, probably his sister Isabelle of France, founder of the Abbey of Longchamp, A : now in the collection of Henry Yates Thompson
Psautier de saint Louis. Reproduction réduite des 92 miniatures du manuscrit latin 10525 de la Bibliothèque nationale.
Thirty-two miniatures from the Book of hours of Joan II., queen of Navarre, a manuscript of the fourteenth century ...
Valerius Maximus miniatures of the school of Jean Fouquet, illustrating the French version by Simon de Hesdin and Nicholas de Gonesse, contained in a ms. written about A.D. 1475 for Philippe de Comines
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