HORAE BVM, use of Rome, in Latin. -- Hore deipare virginis Marie secundum usum Romanum. Paris: Thielmann Kerver, 24 November 1520 [Almanac 1519-1538].
8° (174 x 107mm). PRINTED ON VELLUM. Collation: A-Q8 R4. 26 lines, Roman letter with small gothic border text, printed in red and black. Kerver's unicorn device on title (Renouard 499), 47 large metalcuts (including the Anatomical Man), 35 small metalcuts, metalcut borders on every page (many historiated, including a long Dance of Death series), liquid-gold initials on blue or red grounds, yellow capital strokes. 19th-century red velvet, vellum doublures and liners, g.e. (spine somewhat rubbed).
Brunet Horae 195; Lacombe 298; Bohatta 1036.