MS. Canon. Misc. 275
Summary Catalogue no.: 19751
Written in humanistic script. (Pächt and Alexander ii. 333)
Miniature (coloured drawing). Attested by Johannes Bartholomei de Guidis 'officialis et scriba reformationum', Florence. (Pächt and Alexander ii. 333)
15th century, late, Italian (as MS.): wood boards; quarter-binding of red leather (discoloured to brown), fixed halfway across each bare board with vertical rows of 1+5+1 nails and lost edging strips; remains of a central clasp, with lost strap of multi-coloured brocade; lion emblem of Florence painted on the front paste-down. Lost intermediate repairs to spine; rebacked, 20th century, Bodleian, retaining about half of original spine. 227–231 × 145–146 × c. 13 mm. (book closed).
Last Substantive Revision
2020-09-14: Binding description added.