MS. Canon. Liturg. 216
Summary Catalogue no.: 19328
Diagram. (P&A ii. 1002)
16th century, early, Italian (as MS., ? from the Franciscans of Mantua), a cheap working binding: thick pasteboards; brown leather, blind-tooled with triple lines and simple stamps including dots and small stars, to form a central area of two panels with a large star shape in each; spine with blind triple lines, dots and stars; traces of four pairs of lost ties, probably of plain tawed leather, and of a further wrap-around strap of thick tawed leather laced in around centre, ends lost; edges plain. 153–157 × 104–105 × c. 35–36 mm. (book closed).
Digital Bodleian (2 images from 35mm slides)
Last Substantive Revision
2020-08-20: Binding description added.