Madrid, Capital of a Kingdom. The Villa and Court in the time of Felipe II. Texts by Henri Cock, Cristóbal Pérez de Herrera and Juan López de Hoyos. Madrid City Council, Guillermo Blázquez Editor, 2002.
Two volumes made with a beautiful imitation suede binding, decorated with dry prints and golden shields. Format 24 x 33.3 cm. Presented in an open case box for better protection, format 24 x 34 x 5.5 cm.
Volume of Texts: 136 pages on parchment paper, beautifully decorated with borders, initials and color illustrations, four of them full-page, and covers with the Madrid coat of arms. Golden cuts.
Limits and Ordinances for the Villa de Madrid. Royal Provision of Felipe II, 1567.
Description of Ursaria or Mantua Carpetana. Described in heroic verse by Henri Cock, Archero de Felipe II.
Speech to the Catholic and Royal Majesty of King Felipe II considering the Greatness of the Villa of Madrid. Cristóbal Pérez de Herrera, House and Court Physician.
Solemnities in the Villa of Madrid, by Juan López de Hoyos, Director of the Villa Study.
General Proclamation for the good Governance of this Court. Hall of Mayors of the House and Court, 1585.
Volume with Transcription: 176 pages on laid paper.
Both volumes with illustrations and design by the painter Ángel Roncero in the style of the old illuminated manuscripts. All illustrations are based on historical documents.
Limited edition of 1,000 unnumbered copies, stamped with artisan techniques.
Complete copy and in perfect condition.
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