Two volumes of 28 x 42.5 cm. The first, with the facsimile reproduction of the wonderful codex ms. Vit. I Library of El Escorial (Madrid), dated in the XV century, between 1428 and 1490, 49 pages of parchment vellum illustrated with 97 miniatures in French Gothic art that occupy more than a third of the box and decorated with intricate borders and drop caps, polychrome on gold leaf. Full color, more gold and silver, and for the first time in Spain, with an additional stamping golden hot metallic film. Revelation text and comments Berengaudus French Gothic script. Miniatures Jean Bapteur, Peronet Lamy and Jean Colombe. Binding on wood covered with maroon morocco leather with gold ornamentation. Tinted edges, as befits the great works of the Royal Library at El Escorial.
The second volume of 137 pages in two colors, contains a historical, codicological and iconographic analysis of the manuscript, plus the complete transcription of the Latin text, a translation into Spanish and a detailed study of each of his models, by Carmen Santiago Agut . Bound in leather loin cloth.
Edilán 1980 edition numbered and limited to 1,000 copies, spent many years and much sought after. There is another issue, more modern and more expensive, of Versol, also available in our store.
Both volumes are in perfect condition, as new, and delivered in an exclusive box-case open format, petaca type, dust or guardalibro, made expressly for this issue, completely new, since bringing the publisher, the elapsed time, showed signs of wear and tear.
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