Facsimile edition of 2012 by the editor Guillermo Blázquez to commemorate the Bicentennial of our first Constitution, known as “la Pepa”, still considered one of the best today.
Political Constitution of the Spanish Monarchy. Cádiz 1812 – Madrid 2012. Diplomatic Edition of the Bicentennial.
Introduction by José Pedro Pérez-Llorca, one of the “fathers” of the (until now) last Spanish Constitution, that of 1978. Accompanied by the Album of the various Spanish costumes and uniforms of the division of the Marqués de la Romana at the time de las Cortes de Cádiz, 18 precious aquatint plates engraved by Christoffer Suhr and colored by Cornelius Suhr, published in Hamburg in 1812 under the title (in German) “Collection of the various Spanish national costumes and uniforms of the division of the Marquis of the Romana, 1807 and 1808, in the garrison of Hamburg”.
Bound in hard cover in blue silk, decorated in gold, stamped with artisan techniques, 25 x 35 cm format, 208 pages in special laid thread paper.
Numbered edition limited to 500 copies.
Copy in perfect condition, new, unused.
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