A Roman missal (Lat. Missale Romanum), printed in 1482 in Rome by Stephanus Plannck.
Red and blue initials, on page I an initial with a miniature.
Cover: half-binding, oaken board: 19th century (the book block fitted with ribbons acting as bookmarks).
K. I. recto.
A Roman missal (Lat. Missale Romanum), the most important liturgical book of the Roman Catholic Church, containing texts of the fixed and variable parts of the Holy Mass. The Missal gives guidelines for the celebration of the Holy Mass, and instructions for special celebrations related to particular holidays, and times of the liturgical year.