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1493 Liber Chronicarum *****+

7.890,00 4.380,00

This facsimile belongs to the Spectacular Great Luxury Library.
Liber Chronicarum, History of the World from the Creation until 1492. Printed in Nuremberg in 1493. The incunabula of the incunabula.

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1634 Atlas of Pedro Texeira

5.980,00 4.784,00

The Atlas of Pedro Texeira is unanimously considered as the most important mapping project of the seventeenth century, and at the same time, one of the atlas of greater value and beauty of the history of Spain.

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Bestiary of Don Juan of Austria, c. 1570

6.900,00 3.795,00

The Bestiary of Don Juan of Austria is the only bestiary in Spanish language of the world, according to the knowledge that was had in Century XVI. Original preserved in the monastery of Santa Maria de la Vid (Burgos). Attributed to Martín Villaverde (Villaxide). Circa 1570.

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Calixtinus Codex, Codex Salamanca, c. 1325

4.260,00 2.982,00

The original manuscript preserved in the University of Salamanca, Ms. 2631, Liber Sancti Iacobi, or also better known as Codex Calixtino, illuminated manuscript of the 14th century (circa 1325), written in Latin, is part of the “Memory of the World Register” from Unesco since 2017.

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Flora Peruviana et Chilensis, 1798-1802 (Dutch edition)

2.240,00 1.792,00

Extraordinary facsimile edition carried out in 1995 on botanical trips to the kingdoms of Peru and Chile (1777-1788), paradigm of the illustrated expedition and the first one presented with exclusively botanical objectives. They were directors of the expedition Hipólito Ruiz and José Pavón, and as cartoonists José Brunete and Isidro Gálvez.

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Flora Peruviana et Chilensis, ed. luxury, 1798-1802

3.640,00 2.912,00

Extraordinary facsimile edition carried out in 1995 on botanical trips to the kingdoms of Peru and Chile (1777-1788), paradigm of the illustrated expedition and the first one presented with exclusively botanical objectives. They were directors of the expedition Hipólito Ruiz and José Pavón, and as cartoonists José Brunete and Isidro Gálvez.