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Blasone Veneto: Gentilizie Insigne delle Famiglie Patrizie Oggi Esistenti in Venezia

by Coronelli, Vincenzo

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Number 169 of 600 numbered copies. Small tear on top front of dust jacket, spine of dust jacket is tanned; what appears to be a water stain on back board and inside of dust jacket, a little age-related wear to dust jacket. Apart from the stain on back board, volume is in essentially new condition. Filippi Editore's 1975 reprint of V. Coronelli's 1706 revision of his 1693 general heraldic guide to the coats of arms of nearly 900 patrician Venetian families, crowns and crests of dignitaries, insignia of ecclesiastical offices and 78 city crests of the Veneto. Vincenzo Coronelli (1650-1718) was a Franciscan friar, geographer, and pioneering cartographer, who produced the first comprehensive Italian atlas (Atlante Veneto) and elevated the reputation of Italian cartography throughout Europe.


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Blasone Veneto
Coronelli, Vincenzo
Vincenzo Coronelli
Red cloth, gold-stamped title on front board.
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Used - Very Good+
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Filippi Editore
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25 cm x 18cm
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17th century Veneto, Venetian aristocracy, patrician families, heraldry, coats of arms, ecclesiastical insignia, Veneto city crests
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Italian Renaissance;

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