Title: Antiphonarium Iuxta Ritum S. Romanae Ecclesiae Ex Antiquis Codicibus Metropolitane Florentinae Ad Divina Officia In Choro Peragenda, 1732
Author: Catholic Church
Publisher: Flonrentiae, Ex Typographia Francisci Moucke
An extremely scarce early 18th century edition of the Antiphonary, According to the Rite of the Holy Roman Church From the Ancient Codes of the Metropolitan of Florence for Performing Divine Offices in the Choir. This work is printed in black throughout, with hundreds of pages of musical notation.
This volume has been bound in tooled leather, with empty circles indicating where metal bosses would’ve been fitted at one point.
Worldcat records no existing copies of this edition in libraries.
One finely bound volume in large folio (45 x 30 cm), (4)+700 pages
This volume is in good shape, with minor rubbing and some wear to the leather binding. There is some wear and heavy staining to the first 38 and last 10 pages, mainly to the upper margins. There is some tearing to the first and last leaves, with some letter loss to the first two leaves, and tape repairs to the first leaf and the last two. There is foxing and staining throughout.