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2005 Don Quixote, Cervantes, facsimile of the 2nd part of 1615

1.201,00

To commemorate the fourth centenary of the publication of the first part of “The Ingenious Hidalgo Don Quixote” Testimony Publishing Company conducted a deluxe edition facsimile of the first editions of both the First Part of 1605 and the Second Part 1615, the originals are respectively in the Spanish Royal Academy and the National Library of Spain.

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Albeldense codex, 976, El Escorial gem! (5*)

10.410,00

This facsimile is part of the Spectacular Library.
The Albeldense codex is one of the most precious jewels of El Escorial, is the so-called Codex Conciliorum Albeldensis seu Vigilanus, which entered the Library by generous donation from the Count of Buendía to Felipe II.

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Atlas of Oliva, year 1580

1.887,00

A facsimile reproduction of the work of Juan Riczo, made in Naples and dated 1580. It contains 19 double-page maps of 31 x 46 cm magnificently drawn on parchment, which develop the geographical knowledge of the time.

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Beatus of Liebana codex of Seo de Urgel, s. X

5.148,00

Exemplary corresponding to the extraordinary facsimile edition of the publishing Testimony held in 1997. Format 41.5 x 29.5 cm. Bound in brown goat skin dry stamping and bronze fittings. 226 pages book study, led by Peter K. Klein, a professor at the University of Marburg (Germany).

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Beatus of Liebana codex of Turin, s. XII

5.491,00

Such is the case of so-called Blessed of Turin, for being the original manuscript kept in the Biblioteca Nazionale in Turin, under the symbol ms. J.II.I (before lat. 93), which we know with certainty that was copied was modeled on the magnificent Gerona Beatus, the work of Senior, Emeterio and Ende, completed in Leon lands 975, and donated to Gerona his church cantor 1078.

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Book Copier Columbus (s. XV-XVI)

1.315,00

The “Book of Christopher Columbus copying” is a manuscript composed of 38 pages appeared late last century in a bookshop antique Tarragona (Spain), and was bought by the Spanish State to the Archivo General de Indias in Seville.

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Book of Hours of Charles V (coronation), s. XVI

1.773,00

Book of Hours of the trip of Carlos V to be crowned Emperor. Among the handwritten jewels that are displayed in the windows of the Library of El Escorial, the number 13 contains a book of hours of Charles V of an exceptional quality, from the sixteenth century, and which is now offered in this article the wonderful edition Facsimile that took place in 2003.