List of Illustrations

The English Fur Trade in the Later Middle Ages. Originally published by London Record Society, London, 2003.

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'List of Illustrations', in The English Fur Trade in the Later Middle Ages, (London, 2003) pp. xvii. British History Online [accessed 25 April 2024]


Robe lined with minever, English, c. 1300 facing page 2
A Book of Hours, possibly associated with Edmund, Earl of Lancaster. Bodleian Library, MS. Douce 231, f. 3, by permission of the Curators.
Fur for informal wear facing page 16
Vol. IV of a petite bible historiale, executed in Bruges c. 1470, possibly for Edward IV. British Museum, MS. Royal 15 D I, f. 18, by permission of the Trustees.
Skinners at work page 28
Olavus Magnus, Historia de Gentibus Septentrionalibus, Rome, 1555, p. 218.
A skinner's shop and workroom facing page 32
Germanisches National-Museum, Nuremburg, Kupferstichkabinett, Signatur H.B. 13344. This woodcut may be dated by its similarity to that on Der Kürschner which illustrates Hartman Schopperus, πανoπλia: Omnium illiberalium mechanicarum aut sedentiarum artium continens. Frankfort a.m., 1568. By permission of the Directors.
Medieval London: sketch map of the Walbrook area page 45
Map to show the Baltic Sea and Russia in the later Middle Ages. After P. I. Lyashchenko, National Economy of Russia (The Macmillan Company, New York) page 64
Hunting in the far north page 73
O. Magnus, op. cit., pp. 14, 611.
A wedding scene facing page 134
J. de Wavrin, Chronique d' Angleterre, executed probably at Bruges for Edward IV, c. 1480. British Museum, MS. Royal 14 EIV, f. 284, by permission of the Trustees.
Edward VI. Artist unknown facing page 144
Windsor Castle.