Barthelemy Chasseneuz - Catalogus Gloriae Mundi - 1612

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Barthelemy Chasseneuz - Catalogus Gloriae Mundi - 1612
Heraldry - Quantity: 1 - Book

Catalogus Gloriae Mundi
by Barthelemy Chasseneuz
editio quarta a mendis repurgata, & figuris illustrata
pp. 32 + 1064 with numerous illustrations of coats of arms in the first part of the text (some errors in the page numbering), some browning, presence of some insignificant holes. On page 285, half a column of text from another edition has been applied.
Full parchment binding with reinforcement on the spine - gold title, author and friezes on the spine.
Size: 24 x 18 x 8 cm.
Tipis Willierianis
Francofurti ad moenum 1612.
Widespread redness on the sheets.

Please note: Barthelemy de Chasseneuz was a 16th-century French lawyer who published a series of books on customary law that had an important influence on the Napoleonic codex. In addition to these works about law, he wrote this famous book whose main goal was French heraldry and ranks of society in the 15th century. This 1612 edition includes fascinating illustrations rich in coats of arms of different origins.

Lot details
Object
Book
Number of Books
1
Subject
Heraldry
Author/ Illustrator
Barthelemy Chasseneuz
Book Title
Catalogus Gloriae Mundi
Condition
Fair
Publication year oldest item
1612
Language
Latin
Original language
Yes
Publisher
Tipis Willierianis
Binding/ Material
Vellum
Number of pages
1096
Dimensions
24×18 cm
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