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Missale Salisburgense [Missal, Use of Salzburg]

Illustrated by Unidentified artist, German, 15th century, Printer Georg Stuchs (German, active 1484–1518)

Place of Publication: Nuremberg, Germany

Catalogue Raisonné

Weale 1380; Brunet, Suppl., col. 1039; Schramm XVIII/65


Overall: 37.7 x 27.7 x 8 cm (14 13/16 x 10 7/8 x 3 1/8 in.)

Accession Number


Medium or Technique

Illustrated book with 3 woodcuts

Not On View


Europe, Prints and Drawings


Illustrated books

(Nuremberg: Georg Stuchs, 1505) Folio; 270 leaves; blind-stamped pigskin binding, brass clasps, corners, and bosses, light brown cloth box. Printed on paper, except for the Canon, which is printed on eight leaves of vellum. Illustrated with 3 woodcuts, hand colored and illuminated, plus four initials, some illuminated.

Selected illustrations: Crucifixion, hand-colored and illuminated (first Canon folio); woodcut initial T with Sacrifice of Isaac (second Canon folio).

Nuremberg: Georg Stuchs, 1505


1949, Heinrich Eisemann, London; 1949, sold by Eisemann, through his daughter, Clementine Elizabeth Eisemann (Mrs. Ernst L. Bodenheimer), Brooklyn, to the MFA. (Accession Date: January 13, 1949)

Credit Line

William A. Sargent Fund