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  1. Evidence of two fore-edge clasps hinging from the back cover and catching on the front cover. Only the bottom strap is extant and shows that it was a laminate of two layers of alum tawed pigskin with a recycled vellum manuscript inner core. (1)
  2. Evidence of two fore-edge clasps hinging from the back cover and catching on the front cover. Only the strap plates and fragments of the laminated alum tawed straps are extant. (2)
  3. Evidence of two fore-edge clasps hinging from the back cover and catching on the front cover. The catches are extant as is the bottom hasp and strap. The top hasp is broken but the strap and strap plate are extant. The straps are a laminate of two layers of alum tawed pigskin with two layers of vellum in-between. (4)
  4. Evidence of two fore-edge clasps hinging from the back cover and catching on the front cover. The top catch plate is only a fragments of the top laminated tanned strap. The bottom catch is extant as is the strap and strap nail. The hasp is broken in half. (2)
  5. Evidence of two fore-edge clasps hinging from the back cover and catching on the front. All parts are missing. (3)
  6. Evidence of two fore-edge clasps hinging from the back cover and catching on the front. Both catch plates and the two strap plates are extant; the hasps and straps are missing. (2)
  7. Evidence of two fore-edge clasps hinging from the back cover and catching on the front. Catch plates and strap plates extant. The strap was a two layer laminated tanned leather. (3)
  8. Evidence of two fore-edge clasps hinging from the back cover and catching on the front. One bottom catch plate and the two strap plates are extant. (2)
  9. Evidence of two fore-edge clasps hinging from the back cover and catching on the front. Only the strap plates and fragments of the laminated straps (tawed leather, vellum and tanned leather) are extant. (2)
  10. Evidence of two fore-edge clasps hinging from the back cover and catching on the front. The fragment of the strap indicates it was a single vellum layer. Nothing but the strap fragments is extant. (3)
  11. Evidence of two fore-edge clasps hinging from the back cover and catching on the front. The fragment of the strap indicates it was a single vellum layer. Nothing is extant. (4)
  12. Evidence of two fore-edge clasps hinging from the back cover and catching on the front. The fragment of the strap indicates that it was laminated alum tawed leather without an inner core. Only the strap plates are extant. (1)
  13. Evidence of two fore-edge clasps hinging from the back cover and catching on the front. The laminated straps are two layers of tawed leather. The bottom hasp is missing. (2)
  14. Evidence of two fore-edge clasps hinging from the back cover and catching on the top cover. All parts are extant except the lower hasp. The straps are a single layer tanned leather. (3)
  15. evidence of two fore-edge clasps hinging from the back covers and adhering on the front cover. Fragments of the straps indicate that they were a laminate of three layers of alum tawed pigskin.. The strap plates are extant. (5)
  16. Evidence of two fore-edge clasps hinging from the back covers and catching on the front cover. No parts are extant but evidence shows they were traditionally "bullet shaped". (3)
  17. Evidence of two fore-edge clasps hinging from the back covers and catching on the top. The catch plates and strap plates are extant. The hasps are missing and the straps are only fragmentary, a single thick tanned leather. (6)
  18. Evidence of two fore-edge clasps hinging from the front and catching on the back. Only the four decorative strap nails extant, and remnants of tanned leather straps (not reinforced). (2)
  19. Evidence of two fore-edge clasps hinging from the front board and catching on the back board. (3)
  20. Evidence of two fore-edge clasps hinging from the front board and catching on the back cover. The tanned leather straps were unsupported and were attached by three decorative brass nails. Ttwo plain, tapered brass catches still extant on the back cover. (2)