- the Onus ecclesie, ostensibly from a Catholic source, seems to have been passing into obscurity just over sixty years after its publication;
- two editions, one of Birgitta of Sweden's revelations and another compilation of Wolfgang Lazius, that are not listed in VD16 but that can be found in Prague;
- references to an unknown work of Joseph Grünpeck and three other unknown works;
- reference to a sixteenth-century edition of the Bildnuß eines nackenden Kaisers und Bapsts sixty years before the currently known editions; and
- indications that several editions of Rasch's work currently dated to 1584 need to be re-dated to 1588.
The dates of Rasch's sources are interesting. Only three are incunabula. One large group of his sources comprises those from recent decades, 1560-1588, with another large group around 50 years old, printed between 1520 and 1540.
Finally, it's interesting to note which editions apparently known to Rasch are lost to us today. The graph below marks the lost editions in red.