Beautiful copy of the best-known work of the Belgian lawyer Nicasius De Voerda (1440/1492).
Decorated with the large
and extremely rare, folded several times (37 × 27 cm),
”Arbor Omnium Actionum”
(see picture), absent in almost all copies in circulation.
Nicasius De Voerda - Enarrationes in Quatuor Libros Institutionum Imperialium
Venetiis - 1572 -
Apud Iacobum Leoncinum
479, (57) c., (1) c. of folded plates.
15.5 × 11.5 cm.
The arbour contains “De Actionibus Praetoriis” (121 codices) and
“De Actionibus Civilibus” (48 codices), specified in detail
in the last part of the work.
There are also 3 plates, including the illustrated “Arbor”.
Beautiful old parchment,
limp, with squares and laces.
Elegant handwritten title, author and decoration on the spine.
With traces of old manuscript,
faded, on the front cover.
Interior with clean leaves.
Beautiful typographical vignette on the title page
with allegory of Fortuna (woman at sea, sailing in the wind) in a figurative frame. Intact plates.
Numerous old notes on the original endpapers.
Minor wear to the corners of the first plates.
Overall in good condition.
The pictures are part of the description.
- Number of Books
- History, Law, Politics
- Author/ Illustrator
- Nicasius de Voerda
- Book Title
- Enarrationes in Quatuor Libros Institutionum Imperialium
- Very good
- Publication year oldest item
- 1st Edition
- Original language
- Iacobum Leoncinum
- Binding/ Material
- Number of pages
- 15×11 cm