Spending some time browsing the British Library catalogue, I came across this 11th c work, that I hadn't seen before.
What caught my eye this time was the colour of the columns in the canon tables (pages I usually skip over). It's the attempt to show the beautiful colours of marble that was so nifty. Look at the glorious purples, periwinkles, reds, greens!
This book isn't that large - about 7x9", close to the size of a trade paperback now. But just a joy.
Egerton 608: Four gospels
Possibly painted in what is now Luxemburg
f 8 - large version
f 9v - large version
f 15 - large version