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English: Detail of the illuminated miniature on the presentation page of the Talbot Shrewsbury Book, showing the donor, John Talbot, 1st Earl of Shrewsbury, with his characteristic dog presenting the book as a gift to Margaret of Anjou and Henry VI
Date Fifteenth century
Source Digitised image from Royal MS 15 E VI, f2v, in the British Library
Author Master of Talbot
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