Title for manuscript from opening rubrics for component works (f. 1r, 8v).
Foliation: Paper, 18; 1-16, [17-18], contemporary foliation in ink, modern foliation in pencil, upper right recto.
Layout: Written in 18-28 long lines.
Script: Written in humanistic cursive (italic) script in one hand, with recipes added at the end by a slightly later hand
Decoration: Small geometric diagrams in first work (f. 2v-8r), some with points lettered or captioned in faint red ink; 2-line
faint red initials in first work (f. 1r-6r); rubrics in faint red ink throughout.
Watermark: Similar to Briquet Aigle 87 (Florence, 1495; Venice) and Aigle 88 (Florence, 1498; Pisa, 1497-1502; Venice, 1498).
Binding: Modern calf, blind-ruled.
Origin: Written in Italy, probably in Venice, after 1494 (date of first edition of Pacioli's Summa and dates of watermarks).