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Lot 223

Part of the personal estate of painter Artur Alves Cardoso (1882-1930)
detailed listing of elements that constitute this lot available at the auction house
"Important part of the personal estate of painter Artur Alves Cardoso (1882-1930), consisting of correspondence, personal objects of the artist, notebooks of drawings, preparatory studies, photographs, diaries and records relating to orders. () Cabral Moncada Auctioneers notes and appreciates the availability of Dr. Daniela Simões for the information provided and for preparing this description and detailed listing of elements that constitute this lot.

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Lot 226

A Manuscript
MANUSCRIPT. CASTELO-BRANCO, family.-[Descent and lineage of Castello-Branco].-16th Century (1588).-1 vol. (p. 522); 33 cm.- E., One handwritten 16th century Codex, in carefully calligraphed letter, with Gothic fully readable reminiscences. Consists of 261 leaves (and a guard), with a total of 522 pages, of which 11 white. The volume presents the following structure: Tauoada das linhagens com que os da familia de castelbranco estão liados [sic] que se neste liuro apontam (f. 1 and fr. of f. 2, v. blank); Tauoada dos Capos deste liuro (f. 3 to 7); blank follios 8 to 10 ; dedication: Ao Illustrissimo sñor Don Duarte de Castelbrco Conde do Sabugal, senhor das villas de Santa Cruz, Lanhoso, Çimfães, Sinde, & Azere, Meirinho Moor do Reinos de Portugal do Conselho do estado de S. Mgde. e seu Veador da Fazenda nelles. (f. 11, 12, 13 and fr. of f. 14); Ao leitor aduertencias (fr. and v. of f. 14); Autores & Documentos que neste Lo. se alegão de que se tirou a historia delle. (fr. of f. 14 and f. 15 and 16); [beginning of the text]: Capo. Iº das callidades & antiguidade da fidalguia da linhagem des castelbrãco & da origem deste apellido. (f. 17 to fr. of f. 243, v. blank); Annotaçoes & Addições A Diversos luguares deste liuro. (f. 244 to fr. of f. 261, v. with 19th Century notes). In front of Folio 243 presents the following colofon: Finis Laus Deo. 6 die Aprillis, 1588. Apparently the chapters 103 and 104, should skip, whicho were replaced by 2 blank leaves (f. 220 and 221), consisting the chapter 103 of the notes and final additions. This failure may indicate that it is a copy coeva. The title of count of Sabugal was established by Philip I, on 20 February 1582, to grace his State Councilor Duarte de Castelo Branco, page of King D. João III, Ambassador to Castile, bailiff-major of the Kingdom, vedor da Fazenda (the Royal House Exchequer) and Lord of the Majorat of Montalvão. D. Duarte accompanied the King D. Sebastian I in the ill-fated adventure of Ksar el-Kebir where he was made captive and having been rescued in Exchange for money. See Paulo Leitão Batista: http://capeiaarraiana.pt/2011/08/09/os-condes-do-sabugal (consulted 15 November 16). Volume very well maintained, just with slight acidity, 19th century entire calf binding, with dry decoration on the spine and plans. Provenence: Catálogo [do leilão] da livraria do fallecido distincto bibliographo e bibliophilo José Maria Nepomuceno... redigido por Luiz Trindade; under direction of Francisco Arthur da Silva. Lisbon, 1897 (lot No. 2187).

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Lot 228

ANTÓNIO CAETANO DE SOUSA - 1674-1759
Genealogical history of the Royal House of Portugal
SOUSA, D. António Caetano de. - Genealogical History of the Royal House of Portugal, from its origins to the present, with the ilustres families, which descended from the Kings, and of the most Serene Dukes of Braganza .- Western Lisbon: In the Tipography of Joseph Antonio da Sylva, 1735-1749-20 vols.: il.; 29 cm.- E. Monumental work, can be considered a general history of the Kingdom, as varied are the information it contains. Also the evidence they present are of undeniable interest since transcribe documents missing in the meantime. The copy complies exactly with the description that is given by Inocêncio (I, p. 101): the first 12 volumes of the history are bound in 13; followed by the 6 proof volumes and the volume of index. The first volume includes only the known allegorical frontispiece, engraved by Rochefort according to Vieira Lusitano's original but not the portrait of the author. Volume IV contains the engravings of the royal seals, medals and coins minted in Portugal since the beginning of the monarchy. All volumes show one or two knife cuts (ranging from between 12 to 15 dimension cm., per ± 5 to 15 mm.) to save the ownership of the manuscript of the time. History Volumes II, VIII and X with missing guards; tear with no lacking of support in the two first leaves of volume I of the Proof; occasional and rare minor mothe cuts. Moreover, a very clean copy with large margins, entire calf bindings of the time, identical, with gilt closed houses on the spines; some worn plans. Samodães, 3241. Ameal, 2277.

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Lot 232

GIOVANNI PIETRO BELLORI - 1613-1696
Columna cochlis
BELLORI, Giovanni Pietro.- COLUMNA COCHLIS | M. AURELIO ANTONINO AUGUSTO | DICATA | eius rebus gestis | in Germanica, atque Sarmatica expeditione insignis, | ex S.C. Romæ ad viam Flaminiam erecta, | ac utriusque belli imaginibus anaglyphice insculpata: | BREVIBUS NOTIS IO. PETRI BELLORI ILLUSTRATA | ET A PETRO SANSTE BARTOLO | Juxta delineationes in Bibliotheca Barberina asservatas, | ac cum antiquis ipsius Columnæ signis collatas | ære incisa...- Romæ: ex Calchographia Dominici de Rubeis ad Templum S. Mariæ de Pace, 1704.- [2], III, 77 gravuras; 36x46 cm.- E. Second Edition (the first is from 1702) of a work entirely intaglio engraved, reproducing faithfully and to detail the column of Marcus Aurelius (121-180) erected in Piazza Colonna (between 176 and 192?), in Rome, to celebrate the victories of the Emperor on the Germanic tribes of the region North of the Danube. In 1589, the statue of Marcus Aurelius was replaced by St Paul which we can find today at the top of the column. The engravings were opened on copper plate according to the drawings of the artist, Roman historian and biographer Giovanni Pietro Bellori (1613-1696). The edition, printed on paper of high weight, was dedicated to Pope Clement XI, and consists of engraved face and dedication and 80 engravings (numbered I to III and 1 to 77). Full copy, very clean and with good margins, 19th century half Morocco binding. Brunet, I, Col. 758. Cicognara, 3605.

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