Facsimile edition made in 2003 in Segovia by the Fundación Instituto Castellano y Leonés de la Lengua, of the first book printed in Spain in 1472 in Segovia and which has become known under the title “El Sinodal de Aguilafuente”, the original of which is kept in the Cathedral of Segovia.
Of this edition, 2 types of presentations were made, one in 2-volume paperback and another, more exclusive, in 2 volumes bound in embossed suede leather and beautifully dry-decorated, simulating the original binding, and presented in an open box-case . The sample that we offer corresponds to this luxury presentation, very difficult to obtain since very few copies were made.
Beautiful and handcrafted facsimile bound, with 2 metal clasps, rib spine, 18 x 24 cm format. 128 pages.
Study book bound like the facsimile and same format. 196 pages. Author of the study: Fermín de los Reyes Gómez; authors of the transcription: Susana Vilches and Pompeyo Martín.
Presented both in an open-type case-box, format 18.7 x 25.7 x 6 cm.
The Aguilafuente Synodal has established itself, according to the latest scientific studies, as the first book printed in Spain.
Complete copy and in perfect condition.
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