All Blacks to All Golds

Haynes, John

Verlag: League Publications Ltd, 2007
ISBN 10: 1901347176 / ISBN 13: 9781901347173
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Titel: All Blacks to All Golds
Verlag: League Publications Ltd
Erscheinungsdatum: 2007

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BARNARD, John Gross.
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Buchbeschreibung Besterman, Early printed books, 2047; Bigmore & Wyman I, p. 353; WorldCat (9 copies). First and only edition of a detailed and extensively illustrated bibliographical catalogue of 434 incunables from the library of the Augustinian Beuerberg monastery in Bavaria, south of Munich. Its emphasis on material bibliography (and especially printing types) was very unusual at the time and anticipates incunabulists of nearly a century later. The catalogue is divided into three sections with detailed descriptions: dated books arranged chronologically from 1468 through 1500, undated books arranged alphabetically by place of printing, Augsburg-Venice and Ulm, followed by unknown locations, and incomplete books. The catalogue concludes with a synopsis arranged by place of printing and printer (pp. 355-373) and an alphabetical index of authors and titles.The library was dissolved in 1803, when many of its treasures went to the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek and the University Library in Munich. Slightly foxed but otherwise in good condition and nearly untrimmed. The binding is slightly rubbed but otherwise good. A catalogue of incunabula making a pioneering effort in material bibliography. Artikel-Nr. 21930

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Buchbeschreibung A beautifully illustrated and extremely detailed account of the genealogy and heraldry of the Flemish Van der Heede family, including many prominent members of that and related families from the 7th century to the time of writing. Besides full-page illustrations showing Van den Heede and the Flanders arms, there are full-page illustrations showing the arms (the shield measuring about 12 x 12 cm, most of them mantled with elaborately knotted ribbons and tassels) of the families Strabant, Voel, Van Overscelde, De Boot, De Raet, De Wijchuyse, Wouters, Van Bassevelde, Van Hertsberghe, Colen, De Clerck, Le Joly, Resteau, Berenger and Adornes. Jean François Verplancke the elder (1753-1794) was a Bruges genealogist, perhaps a son of the man of that name who headed a Brussels porcelain factory from 1764 to 1772 and father of the Jean François Verplancke fils who published tables of metric conversions in 1803.With modern armorial bookplate. Some leaves have been removed, but there does not appear to be any text or illustration omitted. The manuscript is in very good condition, but two of the armorial seals are badly damaged and a few others slightly damaged, and they have all left an indentation on the leaves before and after. The green pigment occasionally used in the colouring has left a faint shadow on the reverse of the leaves where it was used. The binding is somewhat scuffed with a few minor tears in the leather but remains structurally sound and most of the tooling on the spine is well preserved. Artikel-Nr. H1QAZFGTJFQ4

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