The facsimile is printed in four colours plus flexographic gold, gold paste, gold foil and silver on Luxor parchment paper by Cartiere Fedrigoni. It has a 17th-century style hand sewn binding and the spine has five ribs. The front and back covers are made of red morocco leather; the back covers, the recto of the front endpaper and the verso of the back endpaper are covered with marbled paper in the colours light blue, red, green and orange. The cover plates are decorated with a gilded double-threaded frame surmounted by palmettes, a gold embossed frieze with phytomorphic, zoomorphic and floral motifs; the spine, which has six ribs, features phytomorphic gilded decorations. It is contained in a wooden slipcase, covered in setalux on the outside and velvet on the inside, with engravings on the cover and spine. Print run of 299 hand-numbered copies plus 13 unnumbered copies.