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The New Roman Missal, by Fr. Lasance, 3 copies available.
« on: February 27, 2017, 04:07:17 PM »
Hey all,

I have 3 copies of The New Roman Missal for sale, all in varying degrees of "used." ;)

First is a copy printed by "Christian Book Club of America," in 1993. Shows considerable wear, especially around the gilt edges, and naturally falls open at the Ordinary of the Mass. Rubbing to cover. Cover looks to be leather? Measures about 6.5" tall, 4.25" wide, and 2.25" deep. Asking $35 + shipping.

Pics: http://s1078.photobucket.com/user/maezli/library/Forum%20Listings/New%20Roman%20Missal%201?sort=3&page=1

Next is the oldest and most worn of the lot, very delicate. Dated 1946. Some of the front pages are partly detached, and some of the back pages are crinkled. The cover is worn and the upper layers of it are splitting and frayed. Could be re-covered, probably, and used if one were careful. Asking $15+shipping.

Pics:
http://s1078.photobucket.com/user/maezli/library/Forum%20Listings/New%20Roman%20Missal%20Antique?sort=3&page=1

Last, is the nicest of the missals, imo. Also printed by "Christian Book Club of America" in 1993. Leather cover, like the first one, but much less worn. The main damage that I can find on this one, is a slight split in the spine where the book comes open naturally at "The Epistle" and "The Last Gospel" in the ordinary. The previous owner was a little too...thorough in opening it, I presume. Gilt is slightly scratched and scuffed. Pics of this one on request. Former owner's name on inside page. This is the guy whose grandma died, from the Prayer Forum. Prayers would be appreciated. :) Asking $50+ shipping.

Any questions, please PM.

Thanks, and all the best!

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