PSALTER, Latin and German. [Der Psalter latijn und duytsch myt der glosen und gantze verstant]. Cologne: Hermanus Bungart de Ketwich, 1509.
8° (196 x134mm). Woodcut illustration on a1, printer's device on final page, some initials supplied in red ink, double column, black letter. (Lacks first two leaves, a2/3 and Q1-4, the last supplied in manuscript, misbound, h4v and g1r defaced, the former torn, with loss to 10 lines, some marginal tears, rather soiled and dampstained.) Contemporary blindstamped vellum, spine in compartments (slightly worn, split in upper hinge, lacks ties). Provenance: Fr. Didarus Stella of the Spanish Minorite Order in Cologne (inscription on front pastedown); Nicolaus Brendanus? (inscription of title); 18th-century German inscription on lower endpaper.
The first Latin and Low-German Psalter, the Latin verses printed in larger type with German in smaller type with gloss. Adams L1252.