Lot 284 of 613:
Conquest of Mexico 1704 in Spanish  

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Estimate:
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Title:
Historia de la Conquista de Mexico Poblacion, y Progressos de la America Septentrional, Conocida por el Nombre de Nueva España

Author:
Solis y Ribadeneyra, Antonio de

Place:
Madrid

Publisher:
Antonio Gonçales de Reyes

Date:
1704

Description:

[xxiv], 352, [15] index pp. In 2 columns. Title page printed in black and red. 29.5x20.5 cm. (11¾x8"), period full vellum, inked spine title, later leather spine label.

First published in 1684, this is considered the most important work of Solis y Ribadeneyra (1610-1686), a Spanish historian, dramatist, statesman, and Philip IV's private secretary. This is the second Madrid edition. Palau 318606; Sabin 86449.


Lot Amendments

Condition:
Spine darkened and chipped; very good condition.


 
Item number:
283329
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