Good and strong parchment of medium thickness with a white flesh side.
in pencil in upper right corner: 1–72
What is left here of the original volume of Psalms are quires 15–23. Signatures left after trimming of the edges, are found in the lower right margin of the first recto: ιεʹ
Vertical justifications with double lines; prickings indicate horizontal ruling but the lines are not visible.
(ff. 1r–72v) Regular small minuscule; the xi is developed under the line and not in height; the theta is also compressed within the two central lines; the zeta instead is an enlarged 3. It has a staccato effect.
The pastedown shows the shelfmark for Linköping Diocesan Library in pencil and on a label; in the upper corner another number, ‘158 U. K’, in pencil.
Blank pastedown except for a small paper label with the number ‘11’.
Rubrication: Scribal in red ink; initials of each verse are slightly enlarged in the margins and ornate with small leaves e.g. alpha at (f. 4v); dividers for each sub-verse are indicated by enlarged dots; Some initials are drawn by compass e.g. ff. 3r, 11r, 16r, 18v, 44v, 45r, 51r (omicron filled in blue), ff. 63v, 71v. Large ornamented iota at (f. 23v). Very interesting cross-shaped ornate phi at (f. 28v). Inventive cross-shaped and flourished tau at (f. 53v). Headpiece ad intaglio in negativo with a geometrical pattern at (f. 30v), and penflourished elaborate initial pi.
Yellowish parchment over scaleboard, hollow back, handwritten spine label, on head edge the shelfmark number written in black ink.
Former shelfmark or perhaps catalogue number written in pencil on LCI: . A sticker with the number on RCI. This manuscript, together with four others, were collected by the painter, archaeologist, and art collector Halvor Bagge, probably during his stays in the Ionian islands.