Detail View: Medieval Document Collection: Missal Abreviatum, fore edge

Identifier: 
exwsms105_page edge
Manuscript Identifier: 
MS 105
Title: 
Missal Abreviatum, fore edge
Alternative Title: 
MS 105, fore edge
Origin Date: 
1491
Origin Location: 
Bavaria (Germany)
Description: 
The fore edge of a Missal Abreviatum, in latin with contemporary blindpressed calf over wooden boards, and with original corner and center bosses. Major divisions of text are marked by leather tabs.
Provenance: 
Internal evidence, in particular the commemoration of St. Rasso, a local count (d. 954) of Diessen-Andechs, suggests the manuscripts was produced in the monastery of the Augustinian canons regular at Diessen (Cottineau 1: 964) at the southern end of Ammersee. Dated “1491” in contemporary hand on f. 1v. Sold to Phillip J. Pirages by a dealer in German sometime before 1993. Purchased by Western Michigan University Special Collections from Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books in 1993.
Extent: 
1 item
Subject: 
Manuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern)
Subject: 
Manuscripts, Medieval--Germany
Subject: 
Blind tooled bindings (Binding)
Subject: 
Metal clasps (Binding)
Subject: 
Bosses (Binding)
Language: 
lat
Dimensions: 
260 x 200 mm (written space: 150 x 110 mm)
Material: 
parchment
Collation: 
1⁸ + 1 before 1, 2⁸, 3⁶, 4⁸, 5⁶, 6⁸, 7⁶, 8⁶ wants 6, probably blank
Foliation: 
ff. 1r - 56v, medieval foliation in red ink: [1], i-xxii, [14], xxiiii-xxxxi
Binding: 
Bound in contemporary blind-tooled reddish brown calf over wooden boards. Leather stamped with a central panel of ogival lozenges, each enclosing a central botanical stamp, the whole framed by multiple blind rules and by a broad border of vines and flowers. Original brass bosses and clasps on corner and center of both covers. Two pairs of claps on fore edge catching on upper cover. Tooling includes central panel and rosette and vine-like patterns. Both boards damaged by worms.
Is Part Of: 
Medieval Document Collection
Is Part Of: 
Manuscript 105, Western Michigan University Special Collections
Publisher: 
Western Michigan University
Date-Issued: 
2019
Type: 
Text
Format: 
image/tiff
Format-Extent: 
13,162,428 bytes
Is Referenced By: 
Phillip J. Pirages, Cat. No. 25; 136.
Rights: 
Copyright 2019 Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, all rights reserved. The digital version is available for educational use under 'Fair Use' guidelines. For additional permission and further information contact the WMU Libraries.
DateCreated: 
2019-10-07
0x0038: 
114056
RecordVersion: 
4
Byline: 
Profile
TimeCreated: 
11:40:56+00:00
History[1]/stEvt:softwareAgent: 
Adobe Photoshop CC 2018 (Macintosh)
Lens: 
HC 50
ModifyDate: 
2019-10-07T14:22:08-04:00
History[1]/stEvt:when: 
2019-10-07T14:22:08-04:00
SerialNumber: 
DP42046007
OriginalDocumentID: 
xmp.did:f3f1c036-ba51-4f65-9dbf-55d0d1c8c72b
History[1]/stEvt:action: 
saved
History[1]/stEvt:instanceID: 
xmp.iid:f3f1c036-ba51-4f65-9dbf-55d0d1c8c72b
ICCProfile: 
sRGB IEC61966-2.1
History[1]: 
type=Struct
History[1]/stEvt:changed: 
/
CreateDate: 
2019-10-07T11:40:56
History: 
type=Seq
DateCreated: 
2019-10-07T11:40:56
format: 
image/tiff
DocumentID: 
xmp.did:f3f1c036-ba51-4f65-9dbf-55d0d1c8c72b
ColorMode: 
3
MetadataDate: 
2019-10-07T14:22:08-04:00
InstanceID: 
xmp.iid:f3f1c036-ba51-4f65-9dbf-55d0d1c8c72b
creator: 
Profile