- Uitgever:pour Pierre Coeck d’Allost, par Gillis van Diest
- Bindwijze:Half leather
- Illustraties:woodcut frontispiece and illustrations
La tresadmirable, tresmagnificque, & triumphante entree, du treshault & trespuissant Prince Philipes, Prince d'Espaignes, filz de Lempereur Charles Ve
French translation of the original Latin text of Grapheus (1487-1558), town secretary of Antwerp. Celebrating the recognition of Charles V's eldest son Philip II as hereditary ruler of the Low Countries, this series of woodcuts depicts the triumphal arches and theatrical decors that were erected in honor of Philip’s entrance into Antwerp on September 10, 1549. One of the great Antwerp Renaissance books.
Verkrijgbaar als Tweedehands
Modern half leather over marbled boards, spine on 4 raised bands with gilt decorations and red title label. Elaborately illustrated with woodcut frontispiece (with title "Le triumphe d'Anvers"), 29 woodcut illustrations (L3 folding extension bound as a separate leaf between f. A6 and B1), privilege leaf at end within woodcut border. Title page coming loose, some browning and damp staining to the first pages, otherwise in good condition, plates are mostly clean and bright.