1.4 Latin Bible
MS in Latin on vellum, Bologna, Italy, ca. 1270, 534 ff. (complete), 35x24 cm, 2 columns,
MS in Latin on vellum, Southern Germany, 1st half of 12th c., in Romanesque book script of very good quality, gloss in a smaller more rounded book script, all with foliage finely drawn and shaded in penwork and colours, and of very high quality by The Rebdorf Psalter master.
MS in Latin on vellum, Germany, 3rd quarter of 10th c., in Carolingian minuscule by the scribe Gerwardus, 13 pages of Canon tables in arcades with some decoration in red and yellow, 12th c. circular diagram demonstrating the way to salvation, 12th c. small drawing of a bust-length man.
MS in Latin and Elizabethan English on vellum and paper, London?, ca 1320-30, 14th c & late 16th c., with ca 1240 linefillers in red or blue including dragons blowing fire, grotesques, heads of kings, bishops, women, fishes, dogs, birds of prey, magpies, jays, thrushes, storks, owls, etc., in endless profusion and variety and 5 large historiated initials on burnished and tooled gold grounds with branching borders.