Date range: 15th and 17th centuries.
There are five Icelandic manuscripts, of which Icelandic MSS 1-4 were acquired with the Crawford collection in 1901, the fifth being acquired later from another source.
- a 15th-century pocket-book containing the text of the computational treatise Rímbegla, a calendar in Latin and several devotional works (Icelandic MS 1)
- a set of three 17th-century copies of the medieval law text Jónsbók, (Icelandic MSS 2-4), one of which (Icelandic MS 2) is beautifully decorated
- another Jónsbók from the mid-15th century (Icelandic MS 5), a palimpsest with the underwriting probably from a Latin horae
- B.S. Benedikz, 'Notes on Some Medieval Icelandic Manuscripts', Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester, vol. 60 (1977-8), pp. 289-302.
- N.R. Ker, Medieval Manuscripts in British Libraries, III, Lampeter - Oxford (Oxford, 1983), pp. 454-6.
- Olai Skulerud, Catalogue of Norse Manuscripts in Edinburgh, Dublin and Manchester (Kristiania, 1918), pp. 57-60.