Ms. book of hours for the use of Utrecht (calendar), in the Gerard Groote translation; older section with Hours of the Eternal Wisdom and Hours of the Holy Spirit and Holy Cross probably written in Delft, the Netherlands, ca. 1460-1480; 2nd section with calendar, Hours of the Sorrows of the Virgin and Penitential Psalms, probably written ca. 1510-1520.
Artist: the Masters of the Suffrages (active ca. 1490-1525) and other artists.
Decoration: 3 full-page miniatures, decorated initials, and border decorations; pasted on flyleaf iv verso is a woodcut of the Nativity (90 x 70 mm) cut from a copy of the Liber chronicarum (the Nuremberg Chronicle), fol. XCV verso.