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Inventaire de la bibliothèque du roi Charles VI, fait au Louvre en 1423 par ordre du régent duc de Bedford.

Main Author: Charles VI, King of France, 1368-1422.
Related Names: Douët-d'Arcq, L. 1808-1882.
Language(s): French
Published: Paris : Société des bibliophiles, 1867.
Subjects: Bibliothèque nationale (France)
Literature, Medieval
Libraries > History > 400-1400.
Manuscripts > Prices
Manuscripts > France > Catalogs.
Note: Edited by L. Douët-d'Arcq from a manuscript copy in the Bibliothèque Mazarine (coté H 1934), and from the "Inventaire de 1411" (Fonds franc︣ais 2700; A.F. 8354 3)
"Accompagné d'une estimation des prix."
"Liste des membres" iv p.
Physical Description: iv, xliv, 318 p.
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