2004 El Quijote, Cervantes, illustrated by Mingote, Planeta Lujo, dedicated and with print

2.500,00

Exclusive and dedicated copy of the deluxe edition of the great and universal work of Spanish literature, Don Quijote de La Mancha, by Miguel de Cervantes, produced by Planeta in 2004 and illustrated by Antonio Mingote

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Luxury, limited and numbered edition of the great and universal work of Spanish literature, Don Quijote de La Mancha, by Miguel de Cervantes, produced by Planeta in 2004 and illustrated in black and white by the eternal graphic humorist Antonio Mingote. Special collector’s edition, sold out before leaving. Dedicated specimen.

2 volumes of 408 and 392 pages. Format 31 x 37.5 cm. With protective boxes 31 x 39 x 6.5 cm each volume. Bound in decorated brown microfiber, guide tape.

Profusely illustrated by the great Mr. Antonio Mingote, which makes reading this literary work very entertaining for all ages. Edition and notes by Martín de Riquer. Prologue by King Juan Carlos I. Includes life-size reproductions of all the plates, drawings and chapter letters that D. Antonio Mingote made for the work of Don Quixote de La Mancha.

This copy includes the black and white sheet, numbered and signed in pencil by Mingote on a black cardboard folder with gold titles. Sheet size 30 x 36.5 cm. It corresponds to the illustration that appears in Volume II, Second Part, chapter LXXII, page 364, with the text “open your eyes, my desired homeland”.

This specimen is exclusive and is dedicated and signed by the artist himself, with an additional drawing of the barber’s tin basin worn by Don Quixote as a helmet. Needless to say, it is the ideal gift for a gentleman named Matías, although it is not an obstacle for another collector to get this exclusive copy.

Complete copy and in perfect condition.

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