Collation: [1-2¹²], 24 leaves.
Ms. executed in 1467 in Switzerland.
Place of execution attributed to Switzerland on basis of paper and binding.
Chancery folio (27.5 x 20.7 cm).
Blind ruling in 1 column (20.6 x 12.1) of 26 lines.
Colophon (leaf /7v): Et sic est finis Anno d[o]m[ini] 1467°.
Decoration: red 4-line initial Q on leaf /1r and 2-line S on /1v.
Includes Seneca, De beneficiis (exceprts) on leaves /8r-12v. Ink ruling (20 x 12.5/13), 37-38 lines. Black cadel initial I on leaves /8r and 8v.
Seneca is in the same hand but more compact than the Cicero.
Watermark: page 9. Gothic "P" with split stem and quatrefoil at top. Basel, 1466-67 (Piccard, Wasserzeichen, IV: IX 935).
Marginal notes, inter-linear gloss, and manicules in several different hands.