4. Palaeography

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MS in English on vellum, Dublin, Ireland, 26 April 1715, in a fine Irish documentary script, first line in a formal Gothic book script of high grade with portrait of King George I andGreat Seal of England.
MS in Spanish on paper, Buenos Aires, 1594, 3 pp., 30x20 cm, single column, (26x18 cm), 28 lines in a rounded cursive documentary script.
MS in Bactrian on vellum, Guzgan area, Afghanistan, in Bactrian cursive documentary script with the motifs.
MS in Gandhari language (Kroraina prakrit) on wood, Niya, Sinkiang, China, ca. 250, 1 rectangular double tablet (kilamudra) in Karosthi documentary script.
MS in Greek on papyrus, Crocodilopolis, Egypt, 12 July 100 BC, 1 papyrus, 15x53 cm, 3 columns, 14 lines in a Greek cursive documentary script, with a clay seal between column 1 and 2.
MS in Latin on vellum, Italy, Mantua, 25 October 1490, in an upright humanistic book script, by Sigismondo Golfo(?), the secretary of the Marquis of Mantua, and subscribed by him, with the Gonzaga device of a muzzle with a scroll across with the inscription "Bider Kraft".
MS in Latin on vellum, Roma, Italy, 26 April 1568, in a formal humanistic documentary script, stamped notarial mark, metal seal case.
MS in Latin on vellum, Avignon, 24 June 1321, 1 f. in papal chancery script, decorated opening initial, ascenders on letters on first line, lead seal in yellow and red cords.
From the complete archive of 918 documents from 1274 - ca. 1600 that belonged to the Colloredo family in Friuli and Udine in North-East Italy, and its collateral branches in Austria and Slovenia.
MS in Latin on vellum, Kirkwall, Orkney, 3 April 1565, in a cursive secretary documentary script, flourished initial, notarial manual, episcopal seal in red wax of Adam Bothwell.
MS i in Latin on vellum, Buda, Hungary, 25 April 1464, lines in Hungarian secretary documentary cursive script, with the Great Royal seal of Hungary in red wax.
MS in Latin with legal terms in Anglo-Saxon, proper names and endorsement in Middle Scots, on vellum, Falkland, Scotland, 24 April 1417, long lines in a Scottish secretary documentary script, large initial showing the Governor Robert Duke of Albany.