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Titel: Explanatio Rubricarum Missalis Romani
Verlag: Typis Joannis Grange, Antverpiae
Zustand: Very Good
Signiert: Small owner's sticker to inside front boards
Art des Buches: Binding tight, text unmarked
~FULL TITLE: Explanatio Rubricarum Missalis Romani, Decretis Apostolicis, & SS. Rituum, ac S. Concilii Tridentini Interpretum Congregationis usque hodiedum emanatis, exacte, quantum in Domino confidimus, conformis, quam ex probatis antiquis, recentissimisque authoribus praesertim ex libris SS. D. Benedicti XIV. P.M. collegit F. Hermannus Janssens. ~Full original polished leather, raised bands and red gilt label to spine with intricate gilt decoration to compartments. All edges red. Browning to edges of endpapers. Two copies of same engraved frontis. of ecclesiastical coat of arms. Inscription to front endpage, dated 1756. Front hinge partly cracked but still firm. Probably lacks initial blank front endpage. Scarce. Size: xxxii, 576, (vii)pp. Buchnummer des Verkäufers TT1304office
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