Kingsborough, Edward; Dupaix. M. Antiquities of Mexico: Comprising Fac-similes of Ancient Mexican Paintings and Hieroglyphics. London: Printed by James Moyes; Published by Robert Haveli and Colnaghi, Son, and Co., 1831.
fo. cuadrado marquilla, 2 h. Preserved in the Royal Libraries of Paris, Berlin, and Dresden; in the Imperial Library of Viena; in the Vatican Library; in the Borgian Museum at Rome; in the Library of the Institute at Bologna; and in the Bodleian Library at Oxford. Together with the Monuments of New Spain, by M. Dupaix: with their respective scales of measurement and accompanying descriptions. The whole illustrated by many valuable Inedit Manuscripts by Lord Kingsborough. The drawings, on stone, by A. Aglio. Volume IV. Contents: Monuments of New Spain. By M. Dupaix, from the original drawings executed by order of the King of Spain, in three parts. Part the First: 17 láminas, una plegada; Part the Second: 56 láminas; Part the Third: 48 láminas, una plegada. Specimens of Mexican Sculpture, in the possession of M. Latour Allard in Paris. 11 láminas. Specimens of Mexican Sculpture, preserved in The Britisch Museum. 5 láminas. Plates copied from the Giro del Mondo of Gemelli Carreri; with an engraving of a Mexico Cycle, from a painting formerly in the possession of Boturini. 3 láminas. Specimen of Peruvian Quipus with plates representing a Carved Peruvian Box Containing a collection of supposed Peruvian Quiopus. 6 láminas. Ejemplar con márgenes manchados. Encuadernado en pasta dura, lomo en piel.
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