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Golden Fleece Order Stall-plate of 89. Philip the Fair, Archduke of Austria, later King of Spain (1479-1506), Sint-Rumoldus Kerk Mechelen, by Pierre Coustain, 1491.

Golden Fleece Order Stall-plate of 89. Philip the Fair, Archduke of Austria, later King of Spain (1479-1506), Sint-Rumoldus Kerk Mechelen, by Pierre Coustain, 1491.

(8) Hugues de LANNOY, sgr de Santes (1384-1456) -- "Messire Hugue de Lannoy, sgr de Santes" -- Armorial plate from the Order of the Golden Fleece, painted by Pierre Coustain, 1445, Saint Bavo Cathedral, Gent

Hugues de LANNOY, sgr de Santes -- "Messire Hugue de Lannoy, sgr…

gueldre

gueldre

(36) Ruprecht IV, comte de VIRNEBOURG (date?-1443) -- "Messire Roprecht, cte de Vernenburg. Trépassé" -- Armorial plate from the Order of the Golden Fleece, painted by Pierre Coustain, 1445, Saint Bavo Cathedral, Gent - Panneau de trépassé.

(36) Ruprecht IV, comte de VIRNEBOURG (date?-1443) -- "Messire Roprecht, cte de Vernenburg. Trépassé" -- Armorial plate from the Order of the Golden Fleece, painted by Pierre Coustain, 1445, Saint Bavo Cathedral, Gent - Panneau de trépassé.

(27) Simon de LALAING, sgr de Santes (ca 1405-1476) -- "Messire Simon de Lalaing, sgr de Hantes" -- Armorial plate from the Order of the Golden Fleece, painted by Pierre Coustain, 1445, Saint Bavo Cathedral, Gent

Simon de LALAING, sgr de Santes (ca -- "Messire Simon de Lalaing, sgr de Hantes" Saint Bavo Cathedral, Gent

neufchatel

neufchatel

Armes peintes et ajoutées au XVIe s. de Louis de Grolée, abbé de Bonnevaux et de St-Pierre-de-Vienne. -- «Les sept fruits de la tribulation«, In French, illuminated manuscript on parchment France, after 1482, c. 1490. The added heraldic composition facing the text is an interesting case of humanist personalization of an earlier manuscript by a member of the Grolée de Mévillon family, who repeated this practice in two other known vernacular manuscripts.

Armes peintes et ajoutées au XVIe s. de Louis de Grolée, abbé de Bonnevaux et de St-Pierre-de-Vienne. -- «Les sept fruits de la tribulation«, In French, illuminated manuscript on parchment France, after 1482, c. 1490. The added heraldic composition facing the text is an interesting case of humanist personalization of an earlier manuscript by a member of the Grolée de Mévillon family, who repeated this practice in two other known vernacular manuscripts.

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neufchatel

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