Among other complete manuscripts, leaves, and cuttings represented in the Bier Archive are the following:
This was apparently owned by Mario Uzielli; lent on approval to the Cleveland Museum of Art in January– February 1952; bought by Bier from Uzielli in March 1952 for £538 17s 8d, and sold to Cleveland for £782 15s 10d, i.e. $2,200, with a ½-share of the profit (£119 7s 4d) going to Edmund Schilling:
The Tarleton Hours, before it was broken up:
Both these leaves were sold to the Drey Gallery, New York, and are now owned by the University of Colorado Art Museum, Boulder:
Four of the miniatures of a well-known set of leaves from a Livre du Lancelot del Lac illuminated c.1440 by the Dunois Master:
Two Swiss cuttings:
There are others, but the above give an idea of the range of manuscripts included in the Bier Archive.
I am grateful to the Wallace Collection for permission to use my photos of Bier Archive materials.