Ditchling: St. Dominic's Press, 1923. Quarto. (ii), 75pp. One of 220 copies, printed in red and black with musical notations. Contains twelve wood engravings by Eric Gill, and two by Desmond Chute. The book was printed for actual use by Dominican novices. A copy was displayed in the permanent exhibition of finely printed books at the King's Library in the British Museum. Manuscript corrections, most likely by the printers, to two notes on page 45. Unbound sheets housed in a glazed browncloth folding case lettered in gilt on spine. A lovely modern Book of Hours, which Stanley Morison called "the best example I have seen of English liturgical-music printing." Item #27552
(Gill 384; Taylor and Sewell A108).