Catalog Record: Selectiora numismata in aere maximi moduli, e museo illustrissimi D.D. Francisci de Camps ... | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Selectiora numismata in aere maximi moduli, e museo illustrissimi D.D. Francisci de Camps ... / concisis interpretationibus per D. Vaillant, D.M. & Cenomanensium ducis antiquarium, illustrata.

Main Author: Foy-Vaillant, Jean, 1632-1706.
Related Names: Van Vianen, Jan approximately 1660-, Schoenebeek, J.
Language(s): Latin
Published: Parisiis : Apud Antonium Dezallier ..., 1695.
Subjects: Camps, François de, > 1643-1723 > Numismatic collections.
Numismatics, Roman > Private collections > Early works to 1800.
Engravings > Netherlands > 17th century.
Note: Includes indexes.
T.p. in red and black.
Signatures: a⁴(-a1.4) A-S⁴ T² (preceding a2.3 is bifolium with t.p. and added engraved t.p.; a1.4?).
Added engraved t.p., signed in the plate by Jan van Vianen; it has been re-cut after a t.p. by Franz Ertinger that appears in the 1694 ed. The first plate is signed by P. Schoenebeek, and that opposite p. 77 by van Vianen; like the other plates, they are copied from work by Ertinger.
Physical Description: [8] (the 1st blank), 132, [16] (last 2 blank) p., [59] leaves of plates : ill. ; 26 cm. (4to)
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