As you know, Summorum Pontificum affirms that priests and those obliged to say the Office, can use the traditional, pre-Conciliar Breviarium Romanum. A while back I answered a query about use of the Breviarium Romanum published by the SSPX. HERE I came down on the side “Yes, you can use it.”
In that answer I mentioned that I didn’t have the edition about which I was being queried.
So, turn the clock to the present day and, having returned from Tokyo, I find a box from Angelus Press with – lo and behold – breviaries. HERE
These volumes are of bible paper, bound imitation black leather. There are four ribbons tops in different colors. The pages are gilded.
Note the publisher, in France.
What edition is this? This is the last decree included in the front of the first volume. 1960.
By contrast, the three volume, English/Latin facing edition reprinted by Baronius Press is the 1961.
Note that the psalms go across the page.
The appendix has all the bits one expects.
I am very grateful for the set. I will spend a little time with the present volume, to see how we get along.