Vellum; ff. ii + 176. Duodecimo. Leather, brown, blind-tooled (19th century).
Psalter, with calendar. Written in the South Netherlands. Contents:- (1) Calendar (lacks May-August) in black. Includes Willibrord, Martin, Lambert, Bavo, Nicholas; St Thomas of Canterbury and other names erased. fols. 1-4v;- (2) Psalter, lacks opening words of Psalm I. fols. 5-155v;- (3) Canticles (Confitebor, Ego dixi, Exultavit, Cantemus domino, Domine audivi, Audite celi, Te Deum, Benedicite omnia, Benedictus, Magnificat, Nunc dimittis) and (fols. 168v-70v) Athanasian Creed. fols. 155v-70v;- (4) Fragments of the office for the dead. fols. 171-3. Many small initials in gold on blue background with white filigree decoration; a few larger initials in gold, red and blue, fols. 71v, 104, 106v. Unrelated legal fragment (refers to 1474 and 'Liber W. Colb. 2° fo..'), fol. 174. Ker, MMBL, I (1969), 314-5.