Jean de Croy (tentative identification, but I'm going with it). Captain general & grand bailiff of Hainaut. He holds a staff of military command & wears the collar of the Order of the Golden Fleece, of which he was an original member. Accounts record his payments as part of the Chroniques de Hainaut project. By Rogier van der Weyden, 1447 (Brussels). Frontispiece of the Chroniques de Hainaut. Royal Library of Belgium, Brussels: MS 9242.
Charles the Bold receiving the presentation copy of the book in a "chambre á parer" with an enclosed garden in the background. Note the sideboard with masses of plate, the chained monkey, the dog at the duke's feet, and two men standing about with falcons. Miniature by Loyset Liédet c. 1468-79. Presentation page of Vasco de Lucena's trans. of Quintus Curtius's Livre des fais d'Alexandre le grant (Paris, BN MS fr. 22547, f. 1)
Philippe III "le Bon", duc de Bourgogne, fondateur de l'ordre de la Toison d'Or (Gaignières 1839) -- Aquarelle, Fonds Gaignières [BNF Réserve Pd-7-Fol.] -- «Monjoie [cri du duc]»