Book of Privileges of Admiral Don Christopher Columbus. Wonderful and faithful facsimile edition also called Codex Vergara, made in 1992 by the publishing Testimony of Madrid.
Original preserved in the Archivo General de Indias in Seville. Contains the titles and privileges were granted to Columbus by the Catholic Monarchs, collected by himself. These documents give a clear idea of the personality of Admiral.
The binding is leather, carved dry, including in the center a gold reproduction of the signature of Christopher Columbus. 38 folios in parchment paper plus 4. Format 22.5 x 31.5 cm. The good bill this fax offers great realism when it comes to owning this facsimile as having more than 500 years.
It is accompanied by complementary volume study, format 17 x 23.5 cm. 184 pages editing, transcription notes and Ciriaco Pérez Bustamante.
The facsimile edition is numbered, limited to 980 copies for everyone, and certified by the editor.
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