Book of hours for the use of Rome; calendar in French, composite; written and illuminated in France, perhaps Brittany, ca. 1425.
Decoration: 16 large miniatures.
Artist: unidentified artist.
Retrieved from the 18th-century binding in which this manuscript was formerly bound were five leaves from a 17th- or 18th-century Cistercian antiphonary that was printed in red and black on heavy paper; printed at the foot of one of the cuttings is the inscription: Psalter Cist--Cf PML files.
Musical notation in the binding sheets: 4-line staves and square notes.