Signed on f. 12v 'Basilius me fecit.'
Ex libris of Frere Ponz Daubon, upside-down on the unnumbered front paste-down (between 1180 and 1299).
Said to have belonged to the Grande Chartreuse at Grenoble and later (~1840?) to Dr Commarmont of Lyons, from whom it was bought by Professor Guglielmo Libri for the London booksellers Payne and Foss (note of Frederick Madden, flyleaf).
Purchased by the British Museum from Payne and Foss, London booksellers, 12 November 1845.
Лондон: библиотека Британская
[3059 no. 4]
[3130 pp. 125 - 131, 138 - 139, 327]
[3067 i, no. 598]
Zeitler B. The distorting mirror: reflections on the Queen Melisende Psalter (London, B.L. Egerton 1139) // Through the Looking Glass: Byzantium through British Eyes / ed. R. Cormack and E. Jeffreys (Aldershot, Hampshire, 2000), pp. 69 - 84.
See also the bibliography for the covers of the Melisende Psalter’s ivory covers.