s. XVII [17th centruy]
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Watermarks buried in gutter and obscured by text.
Script: Written in gothic textura and cursive by many scribes. Scribe 1 (ff. 1r-17v) writes in a large gothic textura. Scribe 2 (ff. 18r-27r) writes in an even cursive script. Other cursive hands make notes and additions on ff. 1r-27r, and are intermingled in the text of ff. 27v-42v.
Elaborate capitals on ff. 1r-17v, all by the first scribe, in brown ink. On ff. 18r-26v, headings in gothic textura, square capitals, or humanistic script, above the cursive text. Musical notation on a 5-line staff on ff. 15r-16v (the Lord's Prayer).
Most of the folios are now detached from the binding; some attempt was made to repair this, using paper strips. Margin of f. 1 repaired; does not affect the text.
Binding: Nineteenth century. Vellum case, blind-tooled.
Manuscript on paper (lightweight and brittle) of Lutheran Church, Sacramentarium et Collectae.
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