Breviarium Cartusianum, [edited by] Conventus Cartusianorum de Padua. Venice: Andreas Torresanus, de Asula, 5 May . First edition of the Carthusian Breviary, 374 leaves of 376, lacking one-line title page (verso blank), and final blank, octavo, unfoliated, signatures marked, printed in red and black gothic letter in double columns throughout, thirty-five lines per page, Torresanus's device printed in red following the colophon, contemporary rubrication, gilt and illuminated capitals throughout, further illuminated with six full floral border decorations; title provided in facsimile, edges trimmed a bit tight on some leaves, bound in full 19th century crushed morocco by Riviere, a.e.g., ex libris the Pierpont Morgan Library, with leather book label and note of release; Richard Bennett's bookplate on ffep, 5 3/8 x 3 5/8 in.
A-C8, a-n8, o6, aa-ll8, mm6, aaa-qqq8, rrr-sss10, (lacking A1 title and sss10 blank).
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