HORAE, use of Sarum, in Latin and English -- Hore Beatissime virginis marie ad legitimum Sarisburiensis. Paris: François Regnault, 1534.
4° (243 x 168mm). Collation: +10 A-Z8 \\i10 (+1r title [Death of the Virgin], +1v Missus est Gabriel [Annunciation], +2r calendar, table for determining moveable feast days, movements of the moon, +9v anatomical man, signs of the zodiac, A1r Gospel sequence [Martyrdom of St. John, 4 small cuts], A3v Passion according to St. John [Agony in the Garden], A7r Suffrages [small Trinity and Crucifixion cuts], B4v Hours of the Virgin: Prime-Lauds [Tree of Jesse, Annunciation repeated, Meeting at the Golden Gate], C4v Suffrages [17 small cuts], D3r Hours of the Cross [Crucifixion], D4r Hours of the Virgin: Prime-Compline [Nativity, Annunciation to the Shepherds, Adoration of the Magi, Presentation in the Temple, Judgement of Solomon, Death of the Virgin], F4v Suffrages of the Virgin [11 small cuts], H1r Rosary of the Virgin, [one small cut], H3v prayers of the 3 Kings of Cologne, H3v 15 Oes of St. Bridget [one small cut], H7r Prayers of St. Gregory [one small cut], J1r various prayers [Crucifixion, 5 small cuts], K8v Hours of the Immaculate Conception [Emblems of the Virgin], L2r Suffrages [23 small cuts], O8v Seven Penitential Psalms [Bathsheba], Q1 Litany, various prayers, Q6v Office of the dead [Crucifixion repeated], S8v Commendationes animarum [Crucifixion repeated], V1v Psalms on the Passion [Crucifixion repeated], V8r Psalter of St. Jerome [one small cut], X7r Hours on the Name of Jesus [one small cut], Y5r Office of the Virgin, and other prayers [five small cuts], \\i1v 15 Oes in English [one cut], \\i5v various prayers in English [one small cut], \\i7r table, \\i10r colophon, \\i10v Arma Christi). 203 leaves (of 204, title in facsimile). Printed in red and black. 19 large metalcuts, including repeats (and 2 in facsimile on title), 4 medium metalcuts and 77 smaller cuts, multi-part ornamental border to all pages. (Small repair at lower margin in first 12 and final 6 leaves, fo. 10 trimmed at lower margin and rehinged, several headlines shaved, small wormholes in final quires, and faint dampstain at lower corner of first few quires.) Early 20th-century brown morocco tooled with concentric panels of individual stamps imitating an early 16th-century style, spine lettered in gilt, gilt edges. Provenance: a few early deletions in accordance with the new religion; C.W. Dyson Perrins (signature dated 1904, booklabel, sale Sotheby's, 5 November 1946, lot 473, £70 to Foyle).
Several cuts are signed by the Master 'VB' and are close copies of the Pigouchet-Vostre set 5. Brunet Heures 317; Hoskins 113; not in Lacombe.