Ms. book of hours, use of Rome (Hours of the Virgin, Office of the Dead) calendar for Provence; written and illuminated in France, perhaps Provence, ca. 1470-1480.
Decoration: 5 miniatures with full borders, 9 pages with partial borders and large decorated initials. Heraldic device in the border of fol. 21r: mounted knight in gold armor on horse in lilac and blue caparison, purple shield with cross or arrow tip; hybrid figure with purple pennant with three vertical crosses or arrow tips. 19th-century floral and zoomorphic decoration added to the Calendar section, fols. 1r-12v.
Artist: miniature style close to Enguerrand Quarton and the Master of Rene II, known as Georges Trubert.