Edition of the Comments on the Gallic Wars and the Civil War, by Gaius Julius Caesar, carried out by the Editor of the Friends of the Bibliophile’s Circle in 1978 in two wonderful volumes. Spanish translation by Canon Joseph Goya y Muniain (1798). With an introduction to the Life and Work of Plutarch, author of the “Biography of Caesar”, which is also included, extracted from his work “Vidas Paralelas”, translated by A. and F. L. Cardona, plus a preliminary study of the “Commentaries ” by Ángeles Cardona de Gibert and Francisco Luis Cardona.
Format: in-eighth real (14 x 21 cm)
Illustrations: 87 old engravings and 10 geographical maps.
Cover pages: motifs in fine gold on a green background.
Pages: 322 and 338 pages with illustrations and fold-out map out of pagination.
Paper: 90-gram laid paper watermarked with the Bibliophile’s Circle mark, made “in a round shape” according to ancient methods.
Binding: genuine full lamb leather without sawing, without additions or cuts, dark green color.
Stamping: covers and spines sumptuously decorated in fine 22-carat gold. Top cut in fine gold.
This edition in high Bibliophilia faithfully reproduces in the artistic form of its time, the one illustrated by Jean de Bonnot edited in Paris.
Numbered edition limited to 1,499 copies. Volumes in perfect condition, new, unused.
The publishing project that from 1975 to 1983, under the publishing labels Libros Raros y Antiguos (with 18 titles), Círculo de Amigos de la Historia (with 27 collections and 918 titles) and Editora de los Amigos del Círculo del Bibliofilo (with 157 titles ), represented the most interesting achievement ever made in Bibliophilia. Books with own editions and facsimiles of great quality with bindings that embellish and distinguish any library at very affordable prices.
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