Five years ago I had reason to try to track down a copy of the 1910 auction catalogue of Count Grigory Sergeievich Stroganoff (blog post here). Thanks to Francesca Manzari, and especially to Philine Helas of the Bibliotheca Hertziana, which holds one of the few recorded copies, I was able to get images of the relevant pages.
The cuttings I was searching for do not appear to be in the 1910 catalogue, but another interesting illumination was.
A full-page miniature of the Crucifixion, in a style similar to that of Niccolò di Giacomo da Bologna but probably by his contemporary, Stefano degli Azzi (documented in Bologna from 1363 to 1400), was formerly part of the Lehman deposit at The Met Museum, NYC, and was included in the 2003 exhibition "Treasure of a Lost Art" :
"QUESTO MESALE FE FARE MAESTRO GRIGORIO DE
[ ... ]DE MICHELE SARTO"
(i.e. 'Master Gregorio di [ ...] di Michele, tailor, had this Missal made').
 Cat. no. 15. The leaf that probably faced the miniature is now in Munich in the Staatlichen Graphischen Sammlung (no. 40097) is reproduced in the exhibition catalogue, which is available to download from The Met's website.