MS in Russian Church Slavonic on paper, Russia, mid 17th c., 16-18 lines in Cyrillic half-uncial, staffless diastematic (heightened) Old Russian neumes, headings, initials and marginal flourish at opening of text, with the Virgin enthroned in a Byzantine room with Gabriel appearing from the left.
MS n Latin on vellum, Wroclaw, Silesia, Poland, mid 15th c., 1 f., 32x21 cm, 2 columns, (31x18 cm, originally 31x21 cm), 32 lines in Gothic liturgical book script, Wroclaw notation on a single red F staff, 15 1-to 2-line initials in alternating red and blue with flourishes.
MS in Latin on paper, Hungary, 15th c., 212 ff. 32 lines in an angular Gothic book script of medium grade and quality, late Esztergom notation on a 4-line staff with C-clef, some German Hufnagel features, 1-to 3-line initials throughout, 11 large initials in 2 colours with decorative penwork.
MS in Latin and Italian on vellum, Siena, Italy, mid 15th c., lines in a rounded semi humanistic book script, text 4 in a fine sloping calligraphic italic 16th c. book script, by order of Girolamo of Napoli, Augustinian Provincial General, square notation on red staff.