Liber Chronicarum, World History from Creation to 1492. Printed in Nuremberg in 1493 by Antonius Koberger, “the prince of booksellers”. The most enlightened in the world incunabula, the incunabula of incunabula. A five star plus in every great library!
Facsimile of the original preserved in the Monastery of Santa Maria de la Vid (Burgos).
Facsimile impressive large format 34 x 47 x 10 cm. 658 pages. Bound in embossed leather with 2 locks. More than 1,800 woodcuts drawn by master Dürer, Michael Wolgemuth. They are artfully hand-colored engravings by an anonymous artist and retain all its glory. Biblical themes and profane, family trees, maps, cityscapes, portraits and images … a genuine and impressive array of shapes and colors!
The facsimile is presented in an elegant box-case format 37 x 50.5 x 12 cm, cloth lined with tejuelos in embossed leather.
National Prize 2003. Best books published in 2002. Ministry of Culture. Type: Books Facsimiles.
Accompanied book studies 27.5 x 37.5 cm format. 622 pages. Bound in hardcover with jacket full color and presented in open type case 27 x 38 format smock x 5.5 cm. This extraordinary volume of studies includes the first complete translation of this work into Spanish.
Limited edition of 898 numbered copies with notarial deed.
Spectacular copy in perfect condition, new. Liber best Chronicarum made so far; none had done with this fidelity to the original and with great quality and care that the publisher has Siloam throughout the drafting process. A quality that has earned our highest rating to a fax 5 stars plus.
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