Hortulus Animae, cum horis beate Virginis
8vo (149 x 98 mm),  + 179 +  ff, title printed in red and black. Printed in gothic letter, entirely in red and black, 30 lines. Woodcut borders around every page. Illustrated with woodcuts (10 by Schön and 53 by Springinklee). Partially hand-coloured. Wormholes. With 14 pp in manuscript at the end of the vol. (dated 1613). Old stamped calf on wooden boards, spine renewed, brass corners, clasps and catches. On front cover the binding is dated 1615, with monogram N.S.Z.
Popular prayer book, similar in content to the Book of Hours. Ref. Bohatta, III. 73, Adams H-1006, Graesse III, 373. Provenance: sold by Sotheby's in 1949, bookplate of Prof. P. Michael Endl in Raiten-Haslach, old stamp of Huttler
Federico Peypus for Joannes Koberger