London, South Kensington
12 November 2007
PSALTER, Use of Rome. Psalmista iuxta consuetudines Sa[n]cte Romanae Ecclesiae. Brescia: Lodovico Britannico, 1544. 8°. Title and text printed in red and black, title and a1r within a woodcut border, 3 full-page woodcut illustrations (lacks the last 2 leaves, ? blank, *8, k2, n8 and r8 with short tears, the first 2 repaired, light worming in the inner margins from o1 to the end with very slight damage to text, some waterstaining). Contemporary calf gilt with clasps (spine and clasps worn, lacks clasp-holders, most of the gilt worn away). VERY RARE. Edit-on line 11884 (locating only one copy with a variant title); not found elsewhere.
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