Extraodinary book study of the Liber Chronicarum facsimile published by the Siloé publishing house in 2002.
The Liber Chronicarum, History of the world from the Creation to 1492, by Hartmann Schedel (1440-1514), printed in Nuremberg in 1493 by Antonius Koberger, “the prince of the booksellers”, is the most illustrated incunabula in the world, the incunabula of incunabula. And it is also a jewel of the Bibliophilia in the facsimile edition made by Siloé, belonging to the Great Luxury Library.
Hardcover fabric book with full color dust jacket, 27.5 x 37.5 cm format. 622 pages, and presented in a 27 x 38 x 5.5 cm open dust-cover-type illustrated case. This extraordinary volume of studies includes the first complete translation of this work into Spanish.
This article is exclusively about the study book, it does NOT carry the facsimile, which you can also purchase right here.
New copy, sealed, unused, very difficult to find, since this publisher does not sell its splendid study books, but gives them away with their facsimile editions.
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