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Bibliografia Mexicana del siglo XVI. Parte Primera. Catálogo rasonado de libros impresos en Méxicode 1539 a 1600. Con biografías de autores y otras ilustraciones. Precedido de una noticia acerca de la introducción de la imprenta en México [all published] by  Joaquín García Icazbalceta - Hardcover - First edition - 1886 - from Kaaterskill Books, ABAA/ILAB and Biblio.co.uk

Bibliografia Mexicana del siglo XVI. Parte Primera. Catálogo rasonado de libros impresos en Méxicode 1539 a 1600. Con biografías de autores y otras ilustraciones. Precedido de una noticia acerca de la introducción de la imprenta en México [all published]

by García Icazbalceta, Joaquín

Condition: Boards rubbed, worn at extremities, hinges reinforced, owner's number label on spine, bookplate on front pastedown, occasional m


México: Andrade y Morales (Imp. Fco. Diaz de Leon), 1886. First edition. Contemporary black pebbled cloth with original wrappers bound in. Boards rubbed, worn at extremities, hinges reinforced, owner's number label on spine, bookplate on front pastedown, occasional marginal notations in pencil, leaves mostly unopened (uncut).. xxix, 419, [2] pp. Illus. with 50 b/w plates of reproductions, one folding (fotolitográficos y fototipográfico) and 7 in text reproductions. 4to. One of 350 copies. The second part (intended to cover 16th century writers whose works were either published after 1600, or remained in manuscript) was never published. 116 titles are transcribed line for line, with copious quotations, historical and bibliographical notes, references, locations of copies, essays, and other information. Illustrations are a very early use of photogravures in Mexican publishing. "Obra excelente" Palau. "Incomparable," Medina. "...unsurpassed and unsurpassable in most essentials," Bromsen. A revised version by Millares Carlo appeared in 1954. Scarce. Provenance: copy of W. H. H. Newman (Buffalo) with his occasional notations comparing his copies to the author's descriptions. Palau 99127. Griffin 2268 (2nd. ed). Jones 2191. Streeter VII: 4356.
  • Bookseller: Kaaterskill Books, ABAA/ILAB US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 36274
  • Title: Bibliografia Mexicana del siglo XVI. Parte Primera. Catálogo rasonado de libros impresos en Méxicode 1539 a 1600. Con biografías de autores y otras ilustraciones. Precedido de una noticia acerca de la introducción de la imprenta en México [all published]
  • Author: García Icazbalceta, Joaquín
  • Format/binding: Contemporary black pebbled cloth with original wrappers bound in
  • Book condition: Used - Boards rubbed, worn at extremities, hinges reinforced, owner's number label on spine, bookplate on front pastedown, occasional m
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Edition: First edition
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Andrade y Morales (Imp. Fco. Diaz de Leon)
  • Place: México
  • Date published: 1886
  • Keywords: , Latin America, Books about Books, Mexico, Bibliography & Reference, Latin America, Amérique latine, America Latina, Bibliography, Bibliografia, Bibliographie., Bibliografias, Mexico, Books on Books, Printing, Mexican Imprints, Impresos,


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