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MS in Danish-Norwegian on light blue paper, Grimstad 12 April 1850, 2 pp 22x14 and 13x11 cm, 12 + 7 lines in cursive script, autograph, signed twice.

MS in Norwegian on paper, Oslo, Norway, 1925, 116 pp., 28x22 cm, single column, (25x21 cm), 27 lines in cursive script, autograph, signed.
MS in Norwegian on paper, Oslo, Norway, 1912, 119 ff., 26x20 cm, single column (20x16 cm), 23 lines in cursive script, autograph, signed.
MS in Norwegian on paper, Ås, Norway, 1904, 21+2 pp., 22x14 cm, single column, (21x13 cm), 29+20 lines in Norwegian cursive script, autograph, signed.
MS in Norwegian on paper, Oslo, Norway, July-August 1894 (text 1) and 10 March 1895 (text 2), 2+2 pp., 22x14 cm and 18x11 cm, single column (19x11 cm and 14x11 cm), 22 +16 lines in a regular cursive script, autograph, signed (text 2).

MS in English on paper, Oxford or London, ca. 1586-1600, 29-32 lines of blank verse in a good, fluent, full English secretary script, ruled around in red ink with speakers' names outside the rules, no dividers but with stage directions boxed.

MS in Middle English on paper, England, 1532-1541, 2 ff., 29x20 cm, 2 columns, (22x16 cm), 47-49 lines in Tudor secretary script.
MS in French on paper, Paris, ca. 1475, lines in a distinguished lettre bâtarde, headings in red, illuminated initials in burnished gold on red and blue grounds with white tracery, initials in red and blue with coloured flowers on burnished gold grounds, very large miniatures, by a workshop associated with Maître François.
MS in Italian on vellum, Firenze, Italy, ca. 1450, in a cursive humanistic book script by the scribe of "the remarkable Venice Silius", Marc. Lat.XII.68 (possibly Mariotto Nori).
MS in Latin on vellum, Padua(?), Italy, late 14th c., in a Bolognese rotunda Gothic book script of medium quality, blue initials throughout, blue initials flourished in red introducing sub-sections, illuminated initials in full colours and gold with marginal leafy sprays and spangles by a Paduan artist.
MS in Latin on vellum, France, ca. 1350, in a very neat compressed Gothic book script of medium grade and quality, headings in red, initials in red or blue with penwork infilling and marginal flourishing in purple or red, many medieval notes and marks including pointing fingers and grotesque faces.
MS in Latin on vellum, Mainz(?), Rheinland, Germany, 1478, 45 lines in Gothic cursive book script, spaces left for Greek words, 4 large 4-to 7-line painted initials, 2 in pale green with brown decoration, 2 with partial borders in leafy designs in colours with white tracery.