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Salvador Dalí: The Songs of Maldoror, Isidore Ducasse (Count of Lautréamont), 2011

3.250,00 1.625,00

Edition, numbered and limited, illustrated by Salvador Dalí, from Los Cantos de Maldoror (Les chants de Maldoror, French literature, 19th century), by Isidore Ducasse, Count of Lautréamont, from the first Spanish translation of the work, made by Julio Gómez de la Serna in 1925, extended by Ramón Gómez de la Serna and completed by Manuel Serrat Crespo and Henriette Viguié.

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Ingeborg Psalter, 12th century

5.000,00 2.500,00

The Psalter of Ingeborg is an illuminated manuscript from the end of the 12th century, preserved in the Condé de Chantilly Museum, France. This work is one of the most significant surviving examples of early Gothic painting.

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Voynich manuscript, s. XV (5*+)
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Voynich manuscript, s. XV (5*+)

12.200,00 7.850,00

Extraordinary full and faithful facsimile edition of the Voynich Manuscript, whose original is kept in the Beinecke Library, located in Connecticut (United States) and belonging to Yale University. A 5 stars in all Great Library!

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History Naturalis, by Johannes Jonstonus, s. XVII
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History Naturalis, by Johannes Jonstonus, s. XVII (5*)

38.870,00 17.492,00

The Historiae Naturalis by Johannes Jonstonus represents one of the most outstanding efforts of human history to enter into that wonderful and often mysterious world of Nature, and to collect all the vast and scattered knowledge that for centuries had been divulged in this matter.

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Le Petit Ptolemy, XV century (5*)

11.480,00 5.740,00

This facsimile is part of the Spectacular Library.
The Cosmography of Claudio Ptolemy is an extraordinary and luxurious facsimile of the only Ptolemy in an easy to handle size, made with all its splendor and beauty, known as “Le Petit Ptolomeo”.