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1493 Liber Chronicarum *****+

7.300,00 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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Apocalypse Flamenco, s. XV (BNF) (on natural parchment) (5 * +)

18.800,00

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Extraordinary and superb edition of the Scriptorium publishing house of the year 2020 of the manuscript of the National Library of France symbol: Ms. néerlandais 3 (known as Flemish Apocalypse), dated between the years 1400 and 1410, in a production of only 166 original copies in natural parchment.

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Book of Hours of Louis de Laval, XV century (5*+)

16.200,00 8.910,00

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Original fifteenth century preserved in the Department of Western Manuscripts at the National Library of France, Lat. 920, and considered as the Book of Hours spectacular of all time and certainly the most lavishly illustrated all.

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Codex Aureus Escurialensis. The Gospels Imperial Salic. s. XI (5*+)

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This luxurious, beautiful and spectacular facsimile reproduction of the Golden Codex contains the Collection of the Four Gospels: Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, and is one of the most beautiful examples of the Lorentine Library, and also one of the most singular codices of the miniature of the Carolingian era.

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

11.380,00 7.750,00

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!