Millar, Eric George. The Lindisfarne Gospels: Three Plates in Colour and Thirty-Six in Monochrome from Cotton MS. Nero D. IV; in the British Museum with pages from two related manuscripts. With Introduction by Eric George Millar, F.S.A., Assistant in the Department of Manuscripts, British Museum. London: The British Museum, 1923. 
Teal cloth with gilt titles, 13 x 17 inches, binding rubbed and frayed at the ends & corners, portions of cloth bubbled or raised. Ex historical society library with white ink call number base of spine, ink namestamp on ffep. Color frontispiece, (iv.), 52 text pp., 2 color plates (3 total with frontis), 36 monochrome plates of the Lindisfarne Gospels & 3 additional monochrome plates for comparison to other Gospels. Texts and plates are clean. Good. Hardcover.
After the introduction there is History of the Manuscript; Description of the Manuscript; Contents, Text & Gloss; Writing of Latin Text; Writing of Glosses; Decoration, General remarks & Detailed description; Bibliography.
The first reproduction of the then 1200 year old document, "in almost immaculate condition after twelve hundred years, as the chief memorial of the early community and its bishop saint."
"The Lindisfarne Gospels (London, British Library Cotton MS Nero D.IV) is an illuminated manuscript gospel book probably produced around the years 715–720 in the monastery at Lindisfarne, off the coast of Northumberland, which is now in the British Library in London. The manuscript is one of the finest works in the unique style of Hiberno-Saxon or Insular art, combining Mediterranean, Anglo-Saxon and Celtic elements." - wikipedia.