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Missals from Silverstream Priory (2): Regensburg

For an explanation of this series, see this article from last week. Today, we will look at a German altar missal. Unfortunately, I did not record the date of this particular missal printed in Regensburg by the famous publisher Friedrich Pustet, but judging from the artistic style and the use of color printing, it is likely from the 1920s or 30s. (It certainly must predate the dogmatic definition of the Assumption, for reasons that will become clear later.
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