Sermones contra omnem mundi peruersum statum

Georg Morgenstern (Dates unknown). Sermones contra omnem mundi peruersum statum. Strasbourg: Wilhelmum procurator de Roperschwiler, March 1513.

This copy of Sermones contra omnem mundi peruersum statum (translation: Sermons against the whole perverse state of the world) is bound in a fragment of discarded vellum, or calfskin, which contains music used on Holy Cross Day (Sept. 14). Calfskin typically provided the best-quality parchment due to its creamy colour. The binder appears to have used the spaces on the music staff as a guide to line up the top two lacing slips.

Sermones co[n]tra omne[m] mu[n]di p[er]uersum statu[m] egregij et famosissimi domini Gregorij [sic] Morge[n]stern ... omnibus volentibus divinum seminare verbum perutiles ; ex secunda recognitione.
Sermones contra omnem mundi peruersum statum