The Salon internationale du livre ancien, Paris, is currently underway in the impressive setting of the Grand Palais.
Among several dealers offering medieval manuscripts, Giuseppe Solmi has a significant number of leaves and fragments, many of them formerly used in bindings, but also some cut from books. Among these were at least two ex-Ege MSS.
One is the Thomas Aquinas on the Sentences of Peter Lombard, Book I, mentioned in the previous post and HL40 in the Gwara Handlist, here with a part of Quaest.1, art.1: "competit. Praeterea nihil quod pluralitatem ... cuiuslibet de ratione horum":
description on the seller's website.
The other is the Aurora, Gwara HL7, also mentioned in the previous post:
Description on the seller's website.