Cape Town, South Africa, National Library of South Africa, MS Grey 3.b.12
Provenance: Probably copied in a Benedictine monastery in northern Italy (Florence, Ferrara, Mantua, or somewhere in the Emilia), with 22 concordances to I-Fn Panc. 27. The manuscript was sold by Guglielmo Libri to a dealer in England in 1859, and acquired by Sir George Grey, governor of Cape Colony, in 1860. Grey donated it to the library in Cape Town on 21 October 1861.
1965, Cape Town, South Africa
brown leather and cloth over pasteboard
Endpapers: paper, front and back