Unfortunately we can't. EROMM is not a holding institution, and provides only metadata on digitized and microfilmed books. We don't have copies of the items. You may order copies from the institution holding the original items, you find in EROMM Classic, though. Follow the link below the record's full display for contact details.
The overall search engine of EROMM is called EROMM Search. It's based on two databases. EROMM Classic is the original database of EROMM. It holds detailed bibliographic descriptions. EROMM Web Search is a more recent database that also contains information from sources which offer less detailed descriptions.
Using EROMM Search will query both databases and yield two result sets - one of each database. For more information please refer to EROMM Search - Description & Scope
You are right - usually we don't (see EROMM Search - Description & Scope), but sometimes its impossible for us to separate items out from a source that don't fit in our scope. In that case our philosophy is to rather take “everything” (including non-textual items) than to skip that source. So you will find some records “out of scope”.
This is probably because our update frequency can't keep up with record production of the source. Especially EROMM Classic gets updated less frequently, so there is always some delay (maybe one or two months). We try as fast as possible, but checking, validating and converting detailed bibliographic data takes some time.
Sure, we'd love to include them into our database. Please check How to Share Data with EROMM for details and a submission form. Thank you!
EROMM has decided to discontinue this service by the end of 2012. For more information please see the news.