MS. Canon. Liturg. 211
Summary Catalogue no.: 19323
16th century, Italian, a rebinding done perhaps after the loss of the first 200 leaves: wood boards, narrow inside bevel; dark brown leather, tooled on each cover with blind lines and stamps, gilt flower-stamps, and a small gilt centrepiece of the ‘yh’s’ monogram in a circle; spine lost; remnants of two fore-edge clasps with lost straps of brown leather over lighter cores; edges gilt, possibly gauffered (very worn). Rebacked in brown leather for Bodleian, late 19th or 20th century, after the restoration of the shelfmark MSS. Canon Liturg. in 1887. 151 × c. 108 × c. 52–55 mm. (book closed).
Last Substantive Revision
2020-08-20: Binding description added.