Catalog Record: Catalogus bibliothecae Bunauianae | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Catalogus bibliothecae Bunauianae.

Main Author: Bünau, Heinrich, Graf von, 1697-1762.
Related Names: Breitkopf, Johann Gottlob Immanuel 1719-1794., Picart, Bernard 1673-1733., Francke, Johann Michael 1717-1775.
Language(s): Latin
Published: Lipsiae : Impensis viduae B. Casp. Fritschii, typis Breitkopfianis, 1750-1756.
Subjects: Bünau, Heinrich, > Graf von, > 1697-1762 > Library > Catalogs.
Reformation > Bibliography > Catalogs.
Church history > Bibliography > Catalogs.
Classical philology > Bibliography > Catalogs.
Classical literature > Bibliography > Catalogs.
Rare books > Catalogs.
Book catalogs > Germany > 18th century.
Note: Errata for all 3 parts at end of t. I.
All 3 parts include indexes.
Paging, t. 1: [56], 1784 p. -- t. 2: [2], [1785]-2480, [4] p. -- t. 3: [24], 638, [120] p. (last 2 blank).
T. II-III have added t.p.'s. Each t.p. has engraved vignette by B. Picart dated 1715. Woodcut head- and tail-pieces, initials.
T.p. of t. III has printer: Apud viduam Casparis Fritschii.
Compiled by the count's librarian, J.M. Francke, who wrote prefaces to all 3 parts.
Only t. I-III published. The catalog was to have had 3 additional parts covering the history of Italy, Germany, Spain, France, Great Britain, etc.
Physical Description: 3 v. ; 26 cm. (4to)
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