Ms. gradual for use in Chartreuse de Champmol (the Carthusian Monastery of the Holy Trinity of Champmol at Dijon, France); written and illuminated at the monastery in 1470.
Colophon on fol. 225 reads: Correctus est super quatuor libros et cum illus qui fuit correctus in Cartusia. Iste liber est domus sancte trinitas ordinis cartusiensis propre Divionem qui completus fuit in dicta domo anno domini M.CCCC.̊ IXX;̊ all words after "fuit" are in different ink, over an erasure.
Decoration: 2 historiated initials, 6 borders illuminated with the arms of the monastery and of its founder, Philip le Hardi, Duke of Burgundy, impaled with those of his wife; innumerable penwork initials decorated with grotesque and caricatured busts, small animals, and hybrids, lightly tinted with yellow, green, and rose wash. Arms of the monastery on fol. 107 and 188v (quarterly Burgundy modern and ancient, supported by 2 lions).