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Books per page
(Ref. 15261)
Year: 1961    1st Edition
Port; Bookstore Fernando Machado; In- of 86 (2) pages; illustrated; paper-backed

Work with a limited to 250 numbered copies signed by the author draft.
Copy in good condition.
(Ref. 16780)
Year: 1948    1st Edition
Coimbra; Coimbra Editora; In-8th of 51 (1) pages; Illustrated; Broached

Unusual separata of "The Institute", illustrated with photo-engravings interspersed in the text.
Exemplary in good condition.
(Ref. 16376)
Year: 1937    1st Edition
Lisboa; Livraria Coelho; In-8º de 88(6) pages; Broached

Very rare work, has a folding with the Tree of generation of the first Morgado de Fontelas 1534-1784.
Exemplary in good condition.
(Ref. 16250)
Year: 1945/46
Lisbon; Editions Range; In-4 of 3 volumes with 603 (1), 413 (1) and 479 (1) pages; Illustrated; Bound

Illustrated with several prints in extra-text, in addition to numerous genealogical trees in leaflets. A work of great breadth and vast genealogical erudition, it is considered by the Count of San Payo, as a work "certainly the most extensive, voluminous and exhaustive and where the researchers will find abundant information that will help and interest them, which will mark the Portuguese historiography as a source to which the future will be very useful. "
Edition of careful graphic execution printed on high quality paper.
Prints with solid semi-French binding with slight signs of handling. They keep the brochure covers. In good general condition.
(Ref. 15987)
Year: 1975
Port; Author`s Edition; In-8th of 330 pages; Illustrated; Brochado.

"Monograph of very good genealogical context for the critical and objective sense that reveals as well as for the wise criterion of starting from eras already documented or documented on a veridical basis."
Illustrated with maps; photogravure; epigraphy and heraldry.
Exemplary in good condition, retains the launch belt.
(Ref. 15699)
Year: 1931    1st Edition
Port; Municipal Public Library, National Lithography; In-4 of XXII (3) 164 (1) pages; Illustrated; Broached

"Chief King of Arms" Portugal "by D. Manuel I - Presentation by Afonso de Dornelas"
Reference work in the European Heraldry, existing in the form of Manuscript (Mn. No. 80 of the Collection of the Public Library of Porto) originated in the legacy of the Count of Azevedo, with fundamental interest for researchers and historians in reconstituting certain aspects of intimate life and of the protocol of the Court in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. It contains the first treatise of heraldry and nobiliarquia written in Portuguese language, inspired by other treatises - observed during the trips of the King of Arms through Europe, particularly in the work of Pedro de Dey. António Rodrigues, King of Arms, or main royal herald, also held the position of chronicler, and by the quality of his treatise was a great scholar and an excellent heraldry technician. This diplomatic transcript of the manuscript is printed on cream paper and magnificently illustrated in the appropriate places of the original text, where the rules of the coat of arms referring to the "fields of honor", the combinations of colors and enamels are explained; and the meaning and forms of placement of the heraldic "furniture".
Exemplary in good condition.
(Ref. 15280)
Year: 1908/20    1st Edition
Lisbon; Fermin Bookstore; In-4 of 6 volumes; Illustrated; Broached

An unusual work, considered one of the most complete works on Portuguese genealogy. Profusely illustrated with author`s drawings, photo-engravings, fold-out maps, etc.
Specimens with acidic peaks in the brochure covers, kernels in good condition. The third volume presents tenuous traces of xylophagous without affecting the typographic spot.
(Ref. 15281)
Year: 1883    1st Edition
Lisbon; Typographia of the Royal Academy of Sciences; In-4 of 807 (1) pages; Broached

Contains leaflets with trees from sides of several aristocratic families.
The work due to its extension surpassed the material and temporal possibility of the authors; besides genealogy includes history and Portuguese politics in the nineteenth century. After the death of Feo the work was continued by Sanches de Baena (1822-1909). Born in Vila do Conde, he emigrated to Brazil where he married in 1859, returned to Portugal and was made a viscount in 1869 by D. Luís I. The most focused part of this work is the history and genealogy of Portuguese ducal houses in the century XIX that gave the justification to the authors to write about all the other titular families their contemporaries in century XIX. The holders (marquises, counts, viscounts and barons) mentioned throughout this extensive work are in an index. The `main subject` - the Portuguese dukes - include the Duke of Victory, descendant of Arthur Wellesly, also Duke of Wellington. The other ducal houses mentioned are: Cadaval, Lafões, Terceira, Palmela, Saldanha, Loulé and Ávila and Bolama. INOCÊNCIO III, 339 and III, 204: João Carlos Feo Cardoso de Castello Branco e Torres, Fidalgo da Casa Real, Commander of the Order of Avis, retired Lieutenant-Colonel, corresponding partner of the Royal Academy of Sciences of Lisbon, etc. He was born on October 1, 1798, the son of Luiz da Mota Feo and his wife, D. Leocadia Thereza Possidonia de Lima and Mello Falcão Van-Zeller. He died in 1868. - Review of the Families of the Titles of Portugal, the pairs of the kingdom and the gentlemen who exercise in the Palace. Accompanied by the historical and genealogical description of the same families, etc. Lisbon, in typ. of the Franco-Portuguese typographic society, 1863. 8th gr. the impression by the death of the auctor, and by the fallacy of the first editors j. melchiades & c.ª, established in lisbon in Rua Aurea, was interrupted since pag.736, and comprised the families of the dukes of Lafões, Cadaval, Terceira, Palmella, and Saldanha. Only in the first volume of this work were the Dukes of Loulé and Avila and Bolama missing. Viscount de Sanches de Baena, one of the most conscientious genealogical investigators, proposed to continue the work of Feo, which the Royal Academy of Sciences accepted, deciding that the printing would be on his own account and out of his documents. The work, amplified or completed by sr. Viscount, it is probable that he is entitled with the title of Biographical and Genealogical Review of the Families of all the Dukes in Portugal, our contemporaries, etc. some collectors have the incomplete work of Feo, save, it seems, from the sale by weight of the printed paper, which belonged to him. There is a copy in the National Bibliotheca. In the forefinger reads the following title: Review of the Houses of Portugal, etc. - Cadaval, Lafões and Dukes. There was confusion in the way of describing the last printed work of Feo, by the indecision in which was the illustrious continuant and my friend, Mr. Viscount de Sanches de Baena, in the title with which he would publish it. The pages printed by the publishers Melchiades & C.ª, of which it was said, have nothing in common with those which the Royal Academy of Sciences had printed during the lifetime of Feo, and which arrived at pag. 737. From that time on it is the work of the said mr. Viscount and left the final under the title of Historical-Genealogical Memorials of the Portuguese Dukes of the XIX Century. Lisbon, by order and in the Typology of the Royal Academy of Sciences, 1883. 4º de 807 pag.
Exemplary with slight defects of paper in the covers of brochure, kernel in good state of conservation. Keep the pages unopened.
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