Art of archery and Monteria, s. XVII

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Art of archery and Monteria was published for the first time in the Royal Press of Madrid in 1644, when its author (Alonso Martinez de Espinar) was valet of Prince Baltasar Carlos, eldest son of Felipe IV.

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Art of archery and Monteria was published for the first time in the Royal Press of Madrid in 1644, when its author (Alonso Martinez de Espinar) was valet of Prince Baltasar Carlos, eldest son of Felipe IV. This art of archery and Monteria be considered a true venatoria encyclopedia, the result of more than forty years that Martinez de Espinar was the service of Philip III and Philip IV as ballestero; in it you can find all the rules and regulations used in the practice of hunting, since the work has a clear didactic purpose.

Bella modernized format edition special treat for bibliophiles held in Madrid in 2002. Size 25 x 34 cm. Volume, with case. XXXI p., 201 p. Texts adorned with headers, borders and drawings; Additional editing takes 3 double color plates, 10 full-page color and 8 in sepia, reproducing works of Tempesta and Stradamus. Bound in silk with prints in gold and maroon. Entering Francisco Calero.

Limited edition of 750 copies Laid paper, printed yarn crafts.

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