MS. Canon. Liturg. 379
Summary Catalogue no.: 19462
18th century, after 1722, Italian, either an archaizing binding all of that date, or a major resewing and rebind incorporating elements from an earlier binding; each of the two parts (from the church of S. Miniato fra le Torri, Florence) had lost leaves at its end before this binding’s resewing. Wood boards, outside edges rounded; brown leather, blind-tooled with multiple lines and a thin roll to form an empty central panel; spine plain except for quadruple lines around the five cords, no label; no clear signs of clasps; traces of 4+1 large circular bosses on each cover, all lost; endleaf watermarks dated 1722; edges stained yellow. 367–368 × 234–237 × c. 63 mm. (book closed).
Digital Bodleian (1 image from 35mm slides)
Last Substantive Revision
2020-08-20: Binding description added.