Title supplied by cataloger (Zacour-Hirsch).
Titles of individual items from headings, and from Zacour-Hirsch.
Origin: Written in the second quarter of the 15th century, probably in Tuscany (Zacour-Hirsch).
Script: Written in mercantesca script, probably by a single hand.
Layout: Written in 2 columns of 36 lines; royal quarto format.
Collation: Paper, i (modern) + 61 + i (modern); 1-6¹⁰ followed by the first leaf of a missing quire; early foliation in ink,
12-72, upper center recto; modern foliation in pencil, 1-61, upper right recto. Horizontal catchwords in ink, lower center
last verso. References in this record are to modern foliation.
Decoration: Red and blue initials. First initial (f. 1r) has red pen-drawn filigree ornamentation. Red used for headings.
Watermarks: Similar to Briquet, Lettre T 9127 (Naples, 1444).
Binding: Modern marbled paper over boards.
Paper stained and fragile. Some smudges. Edges of leaves frayed and worn; a few tears. Evidence of later repairs to the
edges of some leaves. A few wormholes. Binding solid; cover shows only slight wear.
On file in the Library: three leaves of notes in the hand of G. Martini; bookseller's description on the stationery of H.
P. Kraus (used in part for the item description in the present record).