Astrological Almanac, Horoscopes, Zodiac signs, Ancient Gazette which also deals with famous blood events such as the beheading in Paris of a family girl by her maid.
Le Véritable Messager Boiteux is one of the most popular almanacs in the eastern regions of France and Switzerland. It originated in the 17th century as a kind of booklet for those who wanted information of all kinds: calendar of the year with dates of fairs; current affairs of the year; account of local or foreign events, anecdotes or miscellaneous news. Each issue is illustrated with full-page and panel engravings, woodcuts engravings then lithographed. The cover, printed on the same paper as the interior, shows a beautiful view of Neuchâtel.
Editorial cardboard binding, 68 pages, 4 plates (including a folded one) and 15 panels. The cover, printed on the same paper as the interior, first shows a beautiful view of Neuchâtel, and the Pythagorean table in the back cover. Complete.
It is one of the most popular almanacs in eastern France and Switzerland. Created in the 17th century based on even older German models, in turn inspired by the Great Shepherd's Calendar, it contains conversions of weights and measures; some statistical information; a calendar for the year with its own title and the name of astronomer and historiographer Antoine Souci, printed in red and black, and mentioning fairs; ephemerides for the year; a report of some local or foreign facts; some anecdotes or various events. The illustration consists of several engravings in panels and full pages, and a folded panel, engraved on wood and then lithographed.
Le Véritable Messager Boiteux de Neuchatel pour l’An de Grâce - 1827.
À Vevey chez les Frères Lörtscher.
- Anzahl der Bücher
- Astrologischer Almanach, Horoskope, Sternzeichen
- Autor/ Illustrator
- Frères Lörtscher
- Le Véritable Messager Boiteux de Neuchatel
- Erscheinungsjahr (ältestes Objekt)
- Bebilderte Ausgabe
- À Vevey chez les Frères Lörtscher
- tipped in plate- Illustration
- Anzahl der Seiten
- 203×169 mm