„Principum Christianorum Stemmata ab Antonio Albizio Nobili Florentino Collecta Et cum Brevibus Eiusdem notatonibus ex Archivis Principum descripta: Nunc Adiecto Stemmate Othomanico…“
The work contains 46 pedigrees of the leading royal houses of Europe engraved by Dominicus Custos (1560-1612), with the following residences and cities: Orleans, Regensburg, Paris, Rouen, Barcelona, Linz, Vienna, Luxembourg, London, Budapest, Prague, Grodno (Poland), Copenhagen, Burgos, Toledo, Magdeburg, Speyer, Augsburg, Constantinople, Metz, Jerusalem, Lisbon, Blâmont, Flanders, Brunswick, Heidelberg, Munich, Wittenberg, Dresden, Frankfurt/Oder, Szczecin, Rostock, Stuttgart, Kassel, The Hague, Innsbruck, Cleves, Baden-Baden, Blois, Cairo and others.
Title page, complete with 46 full-page (incl. 23 double-paged) copper engravings by Dominicus Custos. 46 genealogical trees of Christian potentates and princes, compiled by the Florentine nobleman Antonio Albizzi (1547-1626). Albizzi also added the historical and topographical descriptions (verso).
The first edition by Dominicus Custos, Augsburg 1609. Here an edition by Christoph von der Heyden Heirs, Strasbourg 1627.
Book size: 45 x 29,5 cm. Large folio.
Finely engraved family trees with decorative city views. Original vellum binding with general signs of wear. Spine partly damaged and professionally restored. Altogether in very good condition!