MS in Latin on vellum, Germany or Switzerland, mid 13th c., 48 lines in a large late Romanesque book script of high quality, a very large 13-line historiated initial of St. George in silver and colours.
MS in Latin on vellum, Northern France, late 12th c., 55 lines in Romanesque book script, 17 2-10-line initials in alternate red and blue, 1 large historiated initial of two clerics disputing by the Simon Master.
MS in Latin on vellum, England(?), ca. 1100, in a small round late Carolingian minuscule (recto), and a more spiky script (verso), incipit leaf with a large initial "L" extending the entire length of the text.
MS in Latin on vellum, Milano area, Italy, 2nd half 9th c., in a fine clear, firm Carolingian minuscule, the gloss in a slightly less formal and smaller script by the same scribe, set out to form elegant triangular shapes.