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  1. none (7)
  2. None and no paste-down. (1)
  3. None at the front, but a single flyleaf and reinforced paste-down at the back. The paste-down was originally a flyleaf, as there is an early ink owners inscription now covered. (1)
  4. None extant, remnant of rose and white linen thread in the folds. (2)
  5. None extant. (5)
  6. None on the top edge, only a tiny visible evidence of a front bead on the bottom colored red (from the edge coloring): this is the untouched original binding (1)
  7. None on the top edge, only a tiny visible evidence of a front bead on the bottom colored red (from the edge coloring): this is the untouched original binding. (1)
  8. None surviving. (2)
  9. None, evidence of recycled manuscript paste-down now missing. (2)
  10. None, the boards are lined with a sepia colored paper. (5)
  11. None. (152)
  12. None. Folded vellum manuscript waste wide guards at the front and back. (9)
  13. Nonius Marcellus, 4th cent. (3)
  14. Nonpareil double combed marble paper in red, blue, green, and yellow. (1)
  15. Nonpareil marble paper flyleaf and paste-down in red, blue, green, and yellow colors. (1)
  16. Nonpareil marble paper flyleaf and paste-downs in red, blue, green, and yellow colors. (7)
  17. Nonpareil marble paper flyleaf and pastedown in red, yellow, and dark blue. (2)
  18. Nonpareil marble paper flyleaf and pastedown put down under the turn-ins. (2)
  19. Nonpareil marble paper flyleaves and paste-down in black, gray, red, blue, orange, yellow colors (4)
  20. Nonpareil marble paper flyleaves and paste-down in red yellow, green, and blue colors. (2)