"Der Heilige Braut-Schmuck der Hochzeit-Gäste des Lammes an seiner Bundes-Tafel" a
German Reformed Church communion book published in 1741 in Bremen, Germay by Nathanael Sauermann.
This book includes three+ volumes bound together in one; 304, 208, 96, and 550 pages.
German language text in Fraktur print. Written by Reformed Church composer and theologian Friedrich Adolf Lampe (1683-1729) this communion book is still in use. The title translates "The holy bridegroom of the wedding guests of the lamb at his 'Bundes' table."
The binding is hand sewn vellum with age appropriate wear. The original frontis portrait is missing. The first title page is in red and black. Text is unmarked with expected aging and some light stains. The binding is secure. Images provided are of the actual book on offer.
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