Christopher de Hamel, 'Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts from the Library of Sir Sydney Cockerell (1867-1962), British Library Journal, 13 (1987), pp. 186-210.
Cockerell usally signed and dated his purchases in the upper right corner of the first flyleaf:
He also usually made notes--often lengthy--in ink in his imediately recognisable handwriting, especially concerning provenenance, on the upper pastedown or a flyleaf:
He had many of his mansucripts rebound by Katharine Adams, who signed her work in the gutter corner of the turn-in of the back cover (to which Cockerell usually added a note including the date):