Physical description: On parchment. iv + 212 + iii leaves, 225 x 150 mm. Medieval flyleaves and signatures.
Contents: Calendar has Utrecht saints, and Saint Bridget (28 May, 23 July and 7 October).
Decoration: Decorated initials of 15 (f.10) and 16 (f.136) lines, with continuous borders; decorated initials of blue and red, patterned in white, with ornaments of red and green.
Binding: Reconstructed by Ian Maver (2002 citation below) reusing original oak boards and panels from 15th century Flemish blind-stamped binding on covers; 19th century binding by Woolstencroft of Warrington.
Provenance 1800-1900: Bookplate of Thomas Glazebrook Rylands (1818-1900).
Provenance 1900-1900: Thomas Glazebrook Rylands bequest (1900): Rylands catalogue, page 4.
Published citations and unpublished notes:
2002: Lien Gyles & Ian Maver (2002), 'Conserving eleven late mediæval manuscripts for Liverpool University', Studies in Conservation, 47:sup5, 88-91. doi: 10.1179/sic.2002.47.s3.018. https://doi.org/10.1179/sic.2002.47.s3.018