Title from incipit (f. 3r).
Collation: Paper, 28 + i (16th-century?); 1²⁸; [1-28]; modern foliation in pencil, lower right recto (contemporary foliation
in roman numerals in ink, v-xxv, upper right recto, on f. 7-27). References in this record are to modern foliation.
Layout: Written in 30-40 long lines; vertical margins ruled by creasing, with the creases cracking on many leaves.
Script: Written in a cursive Gothic script, by multiple hands.
Decoration: Ink sketches of human figures and a monster (f. 27r) and a face in an initial M (f. 28v).
Binding: 16th-century vellum over pasteboards with remains of 2 pairs of tawed leather ties; title Statuti delle gabelle
di Barga dell'anno 1346 written on spine in ink.
Origin: Written in Barga, after the statutes dated 26 Feb. 1346 (f. 3r).