Ex decreto sacrosancti concilii Tridentini restitutum S. Pii V Pontificis Maximi, jussu editum Clementis VIII et Urbani VIII auctoritate regonitum. Accuratissima editio novis missis ex indulto apostolico concessis aucta; [together with:] Missae propriae ecclesiae metropolitanae turnonensis.Tours: A. Mame, 1869 & 1875 Stock Code: 124054
A handsomely-bound 19th-century Roman Missal, printed in Tours. It is bound with a copy of the Missal specific to the archdiocese of Tours, which was produced under the supervision of Charles Théodore Colet (1806-1883), who became Archbishop of Tours in 1874.
Three tipped-in pages from a 1936 Roman Missal, also printed in Tours, indicate that this copy was revised in the 1930s to reflect a number of revisions to the liturgical calendar that had occurred. The first, found between sigs. 37iii and iv, provides the revised liturgical text for the feast of the Immaculate Conception 8 December. The second page, placed between sigs. 40ii and iii, commemorates 31 January as the feast day of St John Bosco in place of St Peter Nolasco, whose feast day was moved to 28 January following Bosco's canonisation in 1934. Similarly a page between sigs. 43i and ii commemorates the feast day of St Bernadette of Loudes, who was canonised in 1933, as 16 April.
A tipped-in handwritten prayer between sigs. 25iv and 26i similarly indicates the practical use of this text as a devotional object.
2 works in 1 volume, folio (305 x 245 mm). Contemporary green morocco, raised bands to spine, compartments ornately decorated in gilt with floral motifs, single rule border and inner border of interlaced gilt strapwork to covers, gilt cross to front cover, gilt monogram to rear cover, gilt edge roll, floral gilt roll to turn-ins, white moiré silk endpapers, 8 red silk tabs, 5 silk bookmarks, edges gilt.
Full-page engraving depicting the Crucifixion, text in 2 columns, musical score in the text.
Covers scuffed, extremities a little rubbed, otherwise an excellent copy.
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