Belgica typographica 1541-1600 : Catalogus librorum impressorum ab anno MDXLI ad annum MDC in regionibus quae nunc Regni Belgarum partes sunt. 1 : Bibliotheca Regia Bruxellensis (Centre national de l'archéologie et de l'histoire du livre, 2/1) § Belgica typographica 1541-1600. Catalogus librorum impressorum ab anno MDXLI ad annum MDC in regionibus quae nunc Regni Belgarum panes sunt, II (Centre national de l'archéologie et de l'histoire du livre, 2/2) View larger
Cockx-Indestege (Elly), born 1933; Glorieux (Geneviève)
Bibliothèque Royale Albert 1er (Brussels)

Belgica typographica 1541-1600 : Catalogus librorum impressorum ab anno MDXLI ad annum MDC in regionibus quae nunc Regni Belgarum partes sunt. 1 : Bibliotheca Regia Bruxellensis (Centre national de l'archéologie et de l'histoire du livre, 2/1) § Belgica typographica 1541-1600. Catalogus librorum impressorum ab anno MDXLI ad annum MDC in regionibus quae nunc Regni Belgarum panes sunt, II (Centre national de l'archéologie et de l'histoire du livre, 2/2)

Nieuwkoop, De Graaf, 1968-1980
Two volumes (28 cm), I (1968): xxvi (2), 611 (1) pp. II (1980): xviii (2), 495 (1) pp. Uniform publisher’s red cloth. - The first volume is a short-title catalogue of southern Netherlandish editions published 1541-1600 held by the Royal Library, Brussels, extending the coverage of Wouter Nijhoff and M.E. Kronenberg’s Nederlandsche Bibliographie van 1500 tot 1540 (The Hague 1923-1971). The second volume is a continuation, listing relevant books found in nearly fifty other libraries throughout Belgium. Introductions in Dutch, French, and English. The project was completed in 1994 by two further volumes – not offered here – compiled by Geneviève Glorieux and Bart Op de Beeck: III: Aliae Bibliothecae Regni Belgarum, in which the holdings of 93 other Belgian libraries are registered (ISBN 9060044320); and IV: Indices (ISBN 9060044339). ¶ Superior copies in new condition.
Subjects
Printing - The Netherlands & Belgium, 1501-1600
Rare books - Collections, The Netherlands & Belgium - Bibliothèque Royale Albert 1er
Authors/Creators
Bibliothèque Royale Albert 1er (Brussels)
Cockx-Indestege, Elly, born 1933
Glorieux, Geneviève
Owners
Bibliothèque Royale Albert 1er (Brussels)
ISBN
9060043618
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  • Cockx-Indestege (Elly), born 1933; Glorieux (Geneviève)
    Bibliothèque Royale Albert 1er (Brussels)

    Belgica typographica 1541-1600 : Catalogus librorum impressorum ab anno MDXLI ad annum MDC in regionibus quae nunc Regni Belgarum partes sunt. 1 : Bibliotheca Regia Bruxellensis (Centre national de l'archéologie et de l'histoire du livre, 2/1)

    Nieuwkoop, De Graaf, 1968
    (28 cm), xxvi (2), 611 (1) pp. Publisher’s red cloth. - An unusual feature of this catalogue is its series of separate indexes of illustrators, cartographers, and others involved in the writing or publication of the book, in whatever capacity, active or passive, whether mentioned on the title-page, in the text, or in external sources. “Partly because of this index Belgica typographica has rapidly become an indispensable work of reference for anyone engaged in studying the Low Countries in the sixteenth century” (from a review by Paul Valkema Blouw, in Quaerendo, volume 13 (1983), pp.75-79. Introduction in Dutch, French, and English. ¶ Excellent, unmarked copy.
  • Glorieux (Geneviève)
    Bibliothèque Royale Albert 1er (Brussels)

    Belgica typographica 1541-1600 : Catalogus librorum impressorum ab anno MDXLI ad annum MDC in regionibus quae nunc Regni Belgarum panes sunt, II (Centre national de l'archéologie et de l'histoire du livre, 2/2)

    Nieuwkoop, De Graaf, 1977-1980
    (28 cm), xviii (2), 495 (1) pp. Publisher’s red cloth. - 2750 catalogue entries, taking the total reached so far past 7700. In contrast to the previous volume, a statement is given of the number of pages or leaves, and the height and breadth of the type-area of the text; sometimes further information about the edition or content is provided. “One is struck by the large number of entries based on the collection in the Plantin-Moretus museum, hitherto only accessible through the manuscript alphabetical catalogue held in the museum… But in other libraries, too, material that has hitherto been unknown or obscure has now come to light” (from a review by Paul Valkema Blouw, in Quaerendo, volume 13 (1983), pp.75-79. Introduction in Dutch, French, and English. ¶ Excellent, unmarked copy.
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