Terrible Monster, original engraving by John Savage, dated circa 1701, London.
An attractive and unusual engraving, which shows a “terrible monster” that is believed to have appeared in St. Germain-en-Laye, where the court in exile of James II was located. The text that accompanies it explains that María de Modena and “El Viejo Pretendiente”, who lived there at that time, were forced to flee.
Facsimile edition carried out in 2007, limited to 1,701 copies, numbered and certified by the editor. Format 20 x 25.5 cm. Made on aged paper as if it were the original.
Presented in black folder with golden titles, format 22.8 x 31 cm, with internal flaps, in which the engraving is included, a sheet in Spanish with the transcription of the text printed in the engraving, another sheet in English, and the certificate of the copy.
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