GW, Einblattdrucke des XV. Jahrhunderts, 406 and Collijn, "Lübecker Frühdrucke in der Stadtbibliothek zu Lübeck," Zeitschrift des Vereins für Lübeckische Geschichte und Altertumskunde 9 (1908): 288-333 and Tafel 1-26, esp. 306-308, Taf. 12, attribute printing to Lübeck.
In 1907 Isak Collijn discovered 14 copies of the indulgence used as binder's waste in the Lübeck Stadtbibliothek copy of Rusch's Bible (Goff B-607) and the leaves were dispersed to various institutions (see notes in PML item folder and Catalogue of books printed in the 15th century in Swedish collections, 1006).
Paper format: Chancery half-sheet (ISTC records as Broadside quarto). Watermark of a crowned armorial with three fleurs de lis surmounted by a flower on a stem (Briquet 1743).
PML copy has three holes, two in Forma absolutionis affecting text. Removed from a binding, evidence of glue and staining on recto--one of the copies Collijn found in Lübeck in 1907.
PML copy is not filled out.
PML copy leaf dimensions: 19.5 x 29 cm
Printed in Snel's types 2:150G and 4:94G. On his first press in Lübeck, see BMC II 552-53; he moved to Stockholm by 1483.
The printed date reads: 'M.cccc.lxxx', before a space for closer dating. To this is added in the Stockholm RA copy the manuscript date 7 Jan. 5; Collijn dates after 22 Aug. 1484, the date of a manuscript copy of the text in Linköping (Nordisk Boktryckarekonst p.50).