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GRADUALE ROMANUM JUXTA MISSALE EX DECRETO SACRO-SANCTI CONCILII TRIDENTINI RESTITUTUM ET CLEMENTIS VIII
Leiodii [ie. Liége]: Ex Officina Typographica Clementis Plomteux ..., 1772. [12],380,cxxxix,[1]pp. Folio (signed in 4s - 38 x 24cm). Contemporary calf-backed marbled boards. Printed in black and red, with staves, headlines and some initials in red, other initials historiated and in black. Pictorial title vignette, with title within ornamented border. Binding worn, with loss at toe of spine and signs of label removal, institutional bookplate and presentation bookplate on front endsheets, ms. digits in corner of title and on verso, trivial worm track in lower gutter of last dozen leaves, internally a very good, crisp copy. "Editio Novissima, Multo auctior & emendatior." An elegant Graduale printed by Plomteux, who in addition to being a highly productive printer of religious texts, government publications, and reference works, served as librarian of the city of Liége between August 1766 and no later than September 1792. He entered the trade in 1766, working in association with the printer and bookseller Kints Everard, before succeeding him in 1767. He was also active as printer to one or more Parisian booksellers until the 1790s. The Graduale was a staple for him, both in large format and small, and this edition is the earliest located in OCLC/Worldcat under his imprint (one copy only, at the University of Maastricht). OCLC: 69417194.
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