Vellum. Roll 730 x 460mm.
2 columns, the first with 55 lines of cursive Hebrew and 7 of Italian, the second with 35 lines of square Hebrew, signatures, and then 4 lines of Italian. A single line of square Hebrew runs around the edge. Decorated in gold, red, green and blue.
Vellum, 13.8 x 9, ff. 157 + 2, double columns of 48, 56, 44 lines.
13th and 14th cent., in several good hands. The upper margins and corners much eaten away.
Donor, T. C. S.
Vellum. Roll 625 x 450mm.
Single column of 22 lines of square and 4 of cursive Hebrew. 2 lines of square Hebrew run around the edge. Decorated with architectural and floral designs, birds and crowns, in orange, gold, brown, green and purple.
Vellum (43 pieces). Scroll 1040 x 9.5cm. On 2 ivory rollers.
Unpointed Hebrew. 259 columns of 42 lines.
A MS note, in an 18th century hand, with the scroll reads 'A MS copy of the Hebrew Pentateuch said to be written by a Polish Jew. The several columns begin with a vau, a letter in the shape of a hook: unci columnarum Exod. 27.10.'
Paper, 11.4 x 8, ff. 199, double columns of 38 lines. 15th cent., in a very neat hand, perhaps Flemish.
Donor, T. C. S. (according to the modern label). 2 fo. herculis.
Vellum, 11.375 x 9.125, ff. 192, double columns of 39 lines. 13th cent. ?, very well written, with points and marginal notes, some in Latin, of early 16th cent.
Donor, T. Baker. Wagstaff, 3468.
Vellum, 9.8 x 7.1, ff. 143 + 19, several volumes. 13th –15th cent.
Donor, T. C. S.
Vellum, 11.8 x 8.3, ff. 182 + 2, double columns of 37 lines. 15th cent. (1449). Written in the Netherlands.
Donor T. C. S. 2 fo. modum.
Vellum, 16.7 x 10, ff. 214 + 4, double columns of 55 lines. 14th cent. in two very fine hands. Rebound.
Vellum, 13 x 8.8, ff. 233 + 109, two volumes, double colums of 49 and 52 lines. Late 14th and 15th cent., clearly written.