Want to See the First German/Latin Edition of the Book of Concord?
In the history of the printing of the Book of Concord, there is a unique edition which appeared in Leipzig in 1735, edited by Christian Reineccius. It provides the texts of the Book of Concord in both their official German edition (from 1580) and the official Latin edition (from 1584) set in two columns. You can see the whole book, digitally, from the State Library in Dresden, which continues to add titles to their fantastic online digital reproductions. It includes the Catalog of Testimonies and the Saxon Visitation Articles.