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Pacificatores orbis Christiani, sive Icones principum, ducum, et legatorum, qui Monasterii atque Osnabrugæ pacem Europæ reconciliarunt: PB 1697.1

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Titles

Pacificatores orbis Christiani, sive Icones principum, ducum, et legatorum, qui Monasterii atque Osnabrugæ pacem Europæ reconciliarunt

Maker(s)

Author: Hulle, Anselmus van
Printer: Slaart, Pieter van der
Engraver: Jode, Pieter II de

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Description

Quosque singulos ad nativam imaginem expressit A. van Hulle, celsissimi principis Auriaci dum viveret pictor, optimorum artificum dexteritate CXXXI tabulis aeneis incisae, nunc demum post viri illustris mortem in lucem editae, & descriptione recens auctae.

Added half-title: "Pacificatores orbis Christiani. = Pronkbeelden der Vorsten, en Vredehandelaars.".
First added t.p., engraved ("Abr. a Diepenbeke delineavit. Pet. de Iode sculpsit").
Second added title page: "Pronkbeelden der Vorsten, en Vredehandelaars, dat is, Verbeeldingen van alle de persoonaadjes, die het Roemruchtige Munstersche en Osnabrugse, vrede-verbond hebben gesloten en uitgevoerd. Alt’ zamen ten tijde der vergadering na ’t leven geteekend door A. van Hulle, Schilder des Princen van Oranje, Hoogl. gedagtenis. En door de keurelijkste meesters dezer eeuwe in hondert en een en dertig konstplaten gesneden ... Te Rotterdam, By Pieter vander Slaart..., MDCXCVII.".
First four leaves consist of preliminary half-title leaf, added engraved t.p., Latin t.p. and Dutch t.p. in that order.
Printer’s device with monogrammed initials PVS on both t.p.s.
Parallel text in Latin and Dutch.
Old classmarks: 12.M.9; N7577.
Provenance: Fitzwilliam, 1808. Old shelfmark on front paste- down e.p.
Binding: panelled calf; spine g.t., board edges blind stamped, g. lettering on red spine label.

Rotterodami, : Typis Petri vander Slaart, bibliopolae ad insigne Ciceronis., MDCXCVII. [1697].

[8], 8 p., 131 leaves of plates ([1] folded) : chiefly ill. (ports.) ; fol.

Place(s) associated

  • Rotterdam

Acquisition and important dates

Method of acquisition: Bequeathed (1816) by Fitzwilliam, Richard, 7th Viscount

Dating

Production date: AD 1697

Components of the work

Support composed of paper

Materials used in production

Printing ink

Techniques used in production

Printing
Engraving

Identification numbers

Accession number: PB 1697.1
Primary reference Number: 127136
Old object number: 7.L.12
Old object number: 12.M.9
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Audit data

Created: Saturday 6 August 2011 Updated: Tuesday 25 February 2020 Last processed: Monday 15 March 2021

Associated departments & institutions

Owner or interested party: The Fitzwilliam Museum
Associated department: Manuscripts and Printed Books

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