MS. Canon. Misc. 84
Summary Catalogue no.: 19560
15th century, Italian (somewhat later than the MS., with sermons by a Franciscan author): thick pasteboards; pale leather (tawed or pigskin?); traces of 4+1 large bosses on each cover, lost, and (partly surviving) 2+4+2 metal studs round outside edges of each cover; worn painted floral decoration on covers around the bosses, different on each cover; edges painted with bold geometric designs in red and dark green, outlined in black; traces of one lost strap-and-pin fastening from fore-edge of front cover to lost pin towards centre of back cover. The spine, now half lost, had an added central label of parchment (mostly lost) which might have been an 18th-century title label. 173–175 × 115–118 × c. 51–2 mm. (book closed).
Last Substantive Revision
2020-09-14: Binding description added.