Partial section of the Psalter, containing psalms 113A, 113B, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118 Vulgate version, and some orations. COLLATION: parchment, i(paper) + 1⁴⁸ (1-48) +1⁸ (49-64) + 1¹ (65) + ii + iii (paper). Few indications to the binder are visible as: quire signature, almost totally trimmed away, on pp.1, 3, 33, and quire numeration, of later hand, in lead point on pp. 33, 48, 49, 65. LAYOUT: 1 column, (full page), frame ruled in red ink (112x 60 mm.). Leroy 00D1. Written in 15 lines below top line. Pricking holes of framing visible on the lower margin, on several pages (pp. 39-45, etc.), in correspondence of the vertical lines. SCRIPT: Late Gothic texura, by one hand, in black ink. DECORATION: Primary initials, blue, 2-line, on gold ground with vegetal elements inside. Secondary initials, in gold, on alternating blue and red ground. Line fillings in red, gold, blue. Few rubrications. BINDING: modern binding, in light brown leather. Pastedowns in leather as well. Gilt border on three sides of the front and back pastedowns. Pseudo raised bands in spine. Gilt edges. PROVENANCE: folio ir is written in black ink, by unstable hand, quite modern: To my dear Horace (Horace crossed out and corrected on the side with Henry, in a second hand with blue ink) with every kindness and compliment from your friend Thomas F. Grady (Thomas F. Grady crossed out and substituted by Hallie). PLACE OF CREATION: [France].