Ms. Codex 1071 - The names and armes of all the nobilitie who were in England at the tyme of K[ing] W[illia]m the Conqueror
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_9|a Ms. Codex 1071
04|a The names and armes of all the nobilitie who were in England at the tyme of K[ing] W[illia]m the Conqueror |h [manuscript].
__|a [England], |c 1597.
__|a 96 leaves : |b paper ; |c 285 x 186 (239 x 174) mm. bound to 298 x 207 mm.
__|a Ms. codex.
__|a Title from opening rubric (f. 1r).
__|a Foliation: Paper, 96; ii (modern paper) + iv (contemporary ruled paper) + 84, [85-94] + ii (modern paper); contemporary foliation in ink, upper right recto; modern foliation in pencil, lower right recto.
__|a Layout: Ruled in brown and red ink for a wide inner column for text and a narrower outer column for illustration; running heads at the top of the text column follow the progression of monarchs.
__|a Script: Written in a late Elizabethan secretary script, with a larger calligraphic script used for the names of monarchs.
__|a Decoration: 509 coats of arms (307 painted, 164 drawn in ink, 38 blank); one large calligraphic initial (f. 1r).
__|a Watermark: Briquet 12772, Pot à une anse (Amiens, 1598).
__|a Binding: 20th-century half leather with leather label for title on upper cover, Heraldic manuscript, 1597.
__|a Origin: Written in England in 1597.
__|a Coats of arms, some painted and some drawn in ink, for the monarchs and nobles of England from Edward the Confessor to Elizabeth I, accompanied by names, titles, descriptions of the coats of arms, and sometimes short biographies. Sections for each monarch include the principal nobility who held titles or were given titles during the reign of that monarch. A contemporary index divides the names of the individuals included according to their first letter but then lists the names beginning with each letter in order of appearance (f. 88-90). Two smaller pages of notes perhaps associated with the compilation of this manuscript, one concerning the heirs of Richard Woodvile, Earl of Rivers, including the Lords of Stanley, and the other on financial holdings and properties of various families, are tipped in (f. 92v, f. 93v).
1_|a Previously owned by Sir Robert Dallas (note from Simmons and Waters Booksellers to John Alexander Stewart, f. 94v); purchased in 1921 by John Alexander Stewart (1846-1933 if the professor at Oxford University; armorial bookplate, Sigillum Johannis Alexandri Stewart, with pelican piercing breast and motto Sanguine suo, inside upper cover); and previously owned by Henry Clark Stewart (armorial bookplate, Henry Clark Stewart of Inchmahome, with pelican piercing breast and motto Sanguine suo, on first flyleaf).
1_|a Sold by Les Enluminures (Paris and Chicago), 2007.
__|a UPenn Ms. Codex 1071
_0|a Heraldry |z England |v Early works to 1800.
_0|a Nobility |z England |x History.
_0|a Great Britain |x Kings and rulers |x Heraldry.
_7|a Codices. |2 aat
_0|a Manuscripts, English |y 16th century.
_0|a Manuscripts, Renaissance.
1_|a Dallas, Robert, |c Sir, |d 1756-1824, |e former owner.
1_|a Stewart, John Alexander, |d 1846-1933, |e former owner.
1_|a Stewart, Henry Clark, |e former owner.
__|b Rare Book & Manuscript Library |a University of Pennsylvania |e 3420 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104-6206. |j Ms. Codex 1071
41|z Facsimile |u http://hdl.library.upenn.edu/1017/d/medren/4220868
__|a DLA |b 20090922
__|a C0 |b PAULM