MISSAL, use of Sarum. Missale ad usum insignis ecclesiae Sarum, nuper accuratissime castigatum ... continens cum pluribus officiis novis in fine additis. Rouen: Martinus Morin, 27 February 1510 (first colophon), for Martinus Morin by Johannis Richardus, 21 June 1511 (second colophon).
Four parts in one volume, 8° (198 x 135mm). Collation: +8 a-q8 r-s6 A-H8 2A-2F8 O-P6. Title partly in red with woodcut illustration of St. George, half-page woodcut of the Crucifixion and God the Father Enthroned on t2 & 3, woodcut initials, double column partly printed in red, woodcut printer's device on final page. (Manuscript cancellations on b6-7, D6-7 in second part, C3 & F6 in third part, some leaves slightly soiled and waterstained, a few minor marginal tears.) Contemporary English blindstamped calf (neatly rebacked and repaired), clasps. Provenance: some early gloss on a few pages and back endpaper in early English hands; the Right Hon. Charles Viscount Bruce of Ampthill (armorial bookplate).
Rare variant edition, of which STC 16188.5 locates only this copy; not in Weale/Bohatta or Alès.