Berlin, Germany, Staatsbibliothek Preussischer Kulturbesitz, MS Germ. 8º 190
Provenance: Probably from a Franciscan monastery near Utrecht (Geering 1952). The name "Vincentius Traiecti" [= Vincent of Utrecht] inside the back cover may be in the hand of the principal scribe, and probably refers to the first owner of the manuscript, or the person for whom it was copied (HusML). Purchased in Leiden by August Heinrich Hoffmann von Fallersleben in 1821; acquired by the Prussian State Library in 1850.
16th century, Utrecht, Netherlands
dark brown leather over wood, with clasps
Decoration: blind tooled and stamped
Endpapers: front and back: 1 endpaper with pastedown
Restored in 2005/06 using original boards and covers; original spine preserved separately with codex.