MS. Canon. Bibl. Lat. 64
Summary Catalogue no.: 18957
Good initials. (P&A i. 517)
A composite binding, in which boards and leather survive below a later covering. 15th century, later, or earlier 16th century, nationality unclear: wood boards with slight cushion bevel and slots at the front board for two clasp-straps; dark leather (intact but obscured) tooled with double or triple lines in large diagonals forming diamond shapes, perhaps also with stamps or rolls.
(later complete re-covering) 18th century, Italian: half-leather binding with spine and corners of brown leather and sides of plain beige paper, the spine with gilt lines and label of lighter leather; later in turn repaired. 380 × 247–250 × c. 76–79 mm. (book closed).
Last Substantive Revision
2018-10-14: Mitch Fraas Provenance and acquisition information added using https://github.com/littlegustv/oxfordupdates/blob/master/test_case_for_oxford_prov.rb in collaboration with the Mapping Manuscript Migrations project.