Miniature Monday!  When is a miniature book not a miniature book? 
Officium Beatae Mariae Virginis was printed in Antwerp in 1677 as a miniature book but it is larger because the pages were never cut. Uncut pages are valuable for researchers interested in how the books were originally printed. 
See it in the catalog.

Miniature Monday!  When is a miniature book not a miniature book? 

Officium Beatae Mariae Virginis was printed in Antwerp in 1677 as a miniature book but it is larger because the pages were never cut. Uncut pages are valuable for researchers interested in how the books were originally printed. 

See it in the catalog.

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