Well, links to photo galleries anyway.
The idea here is to be able to compare Sinaiticus with other manuscripts also considered ancient.
Some have to be checked, as transcriptions or black and white can make it into some lists:
Seven Important New Testament Uncial Codex Manuscripts
Major Early Uncials of the Gospels: Online Access
Most of this is medieval, 9th century and on, and thus only marginally a comparison piece. It is not so much that there is much of a different in the aging of 1000 years and 1500 years, it is more a difficulty of the viewer, and some differences in techniques. We might want to include two or three from this later period.
This is a companion to the comparison of pictures within Sinaiticus
navigating the Codex Sinaiticus Project (CSP) pictures and data
(And some special pictures are in articles, too, like the ink flaked white, or close-up of the Greek of quire numbers.)
This ms. has almost fully overrwriting, or retracing.
Also: Vaticanus cuts off mid-Hebrews and lacks Revelation, 1 Timothy, 2 Timothy, Titus, Philemon.
Blog -Codex Vaticanus (B) Online
Book - Codex Vaticanus B Greek Old & New Testaments Magnificent Color Facsimile
Ephraemi Rescriptus (might simply be the 1845 Tischendorf transcription)
First page with Greek text.
"the whiteness of the Codex Alexandrinus" - Jean Marie Stone (1905)
Images of Codex W -- The Gospel of Mark, chapters 1-4. (Word doc, 15 pages)
The Scottish Review (1899)
The Royal Library - Jean Mary Stone
"vellum of even so subtle and delicate a texture that even experts have sometimes mistaken it for Egyptian papyrus"
MS 2530 - part of MS Sinai Syr.3 - 5th Century Peshitta Manuscript from St. Catherine's
MS Sinai Syr.3
The monastery of St. Catherine, Mount Sinai (founded by the emperor Justinian I between 527 and 565), where the section of the codex containing Romans 11:6 to Hebrews remains as MS Sinai Syr.3. ... The leaves here were presumably lost from the monastery in the nineteenth century, and may have entered the antiquity markets in Cairo.
(This would have likely been a theft by one of the manuscript hunters in the 1800s known for such heists, Tischendorf was the most active with Catherines, Uspensky is a possibility.)
Evangelium Theodosium from Sinai is often referenced as a white parchment ms.
The Leningrad Codex of the Masoretic Text
"[FONT=Arial,Helvetica]The manuscript is a beautiful piece of workmanship written in black ink on thick white parchment and bound in leather"