Antwerp: Ex Architypographia Plantiniana, 1796. First published in 1614. Title-page in black and red, with engraved vignette. Full-page engraving of Christ's Crucifixion. Engraved initial letters and tail pieces. Text in black with headlines, capitals, and section headings in red. Includes liturgical chants for "Officium sepulturae" and "Benedictio aquae," with music arranged on red four-line staves with square notation in black. Text in Latin, with the Profession of the Catholic Faith also translated into Dutch and French. Binding extremities with some rubbing and wear with light fading and chipping to gilt. Light browning to text. Contemporary French bookplate on front end pastedown. A very good copy. Contemporary tree-calf, rebacked, with original gilt-tooled spine laid down. Edges speckled blue. Quarto. , 296 pp. Item #16809
The Roman Ritual contains all of the services which may be performed by a priest or deacon which are not contained within either the Missale Romanum or the Breviarum Romanum. This edition contains tables for determining epacts and golden numbers for each year up to 1900 and a table of dates of moveable feasts for 1796-1827. There is also a calendar for church-year celebrations and saints' days for each month.
OCLC notes only one copy of this edition in North America, at the Newberry Library.