Germany , 1400-1500.
 leaves ; 29 cm
Manuscript executed in the fifteenth century in Germany or the Lower Rhine.
Collation: [1¹⁰], 10 leaves, wanting leaves 7-10.
Chancery folio (27.8 x 19.7 cm). Paper with unidentified bull's head watermarks.
Blind ruling in 1 column, 14 cm wide, with varying line counts.
Begins: "Herba sigillum s[anc]te marie. Quecu[m]q[ue] p[er]sona crenata usum habuit[ur] comedendi radice[m] hui[us] herbe cu[m] ovis per dies 30 liberabi[li]. ..."
Text derives from an herbal in Pavia, see Bühler, "An anonymous Latin herbal."
Early provenance inscription, abraded (leaf /2r of Defensorium fidei); Pierpont Morgan Library, booklabel (front pastedown), purchased from Wilfred Voynich in January 1924.