Century XVI

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Argote de Molina, G.; 1588

Gonzalo Argote de Molina, «Nobleza de Andalucía», dedicated to King Philip II of Spain, with about 500 coat of arms engraved, printed by Fernando Díaz, Seville, 1588.


There are other editions, for example, the edition by Francisco López Vizcaíno, 799 pages, Jaen, 1867, or facsimile edition by Riquelme y Vargas Ediciones SL, Jaén, 1991, my copy is the number 1268.

Argote de Molina, pages 168 and 168, edition of 1991.
Portocarrero, Gonzalo Argote de Molina, edition of 1991

Bibliographical reference of century XVI.

Classification: Castilian language and In black and white.

Author: Argote de Molina, Gonzalo.

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Internal resources: ArgoteMolinaG1588.22.NoblezaAndalucia.Madrid.pdf is the edition of the year 1588 in PDF digital format, ArgoteMolinaG1588.23.Bne.Baja.resolucion.R10805.pdf is the edition of the year 1588 in PDF digital format and low resolution, ArgoteMolinaG1588.24.Bne.Alta.resolucion.R26842.pdf is the edition of the year 1588 in PDF digital format and hight resolution, ArgoteMolinaG1588.25.NoblezaAndalucia.1867.pdf is the edition of the year 1866 in PDF digital format for Adobe Reader only and a facsimile edition as a physical book on paper.

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Avilés, T. de; XVI

Tirso de Avilés, continued by Martín de Bolea y Castro, «Roll of arms», 3 volumes, Volume I, coats of arms of kings, princes and grand titles, 208 hand-numbered pages in Roman numerals, Volume II, coats of arms of noble and private titles, 129 hand-numbered pages in Arabic numerals, Volume III, coats of arms of popes, cardinals, archbishops and bishops, 185 hand-numbered pages in Arabic numerals, in the National Library of Spain, signatures Mss/12550 V.1, Mss/12551 V.2 and Mss/12552 V.3, it is estimated from the XVI century.

Coat of arms of the Kingdom of Portugal, Tirso de Avilés, and emblazoned by me

Bibliographical reference of century XVI.

Classification: Manuscript, Armorial roll, In color and Castilian language.

Author: Avilés, Tirso de.

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Internal resources: Volume I AvilesTdeXVI.11.Tomo01.pdf, Volume II AvilesTdeXVI.11.Tomo02.pdf and Volume III AvilesTdeXVI.11.Tomo03.pdf.


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Calvo, P.; 1501

Pedro Calvo, origin and application of funds, totals

Pedro Calvo, notary and alderman of the city of Calatayud, «Libro de cuentas de la ciudad de Calatayud» ~ «Account book of the city of Calatayud», literal title, «Libro dela data fecha por pedro calvo notao Regidor dela ciutat de Calatayut enel anyo de mil Quinientos y uno», manuscript restored with cover, back cover and Mudejar style binding, 2 blank pages behind the cover and the back cover, 76 inner pages of 300 x 230 mm, of which 7 could be in white and in even position, 3 in white among the first 20 pages, 1 blank towards the middle of the book and another 3 blank between the last 20 pages, final annotation with the term «cabreo», Calatayud, 1501.


Bibliographical reference of century XVI.

Classification: Manuscript, In black and white and Castilian language.

Author: Calvo, Pedro.

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Internal resources: CalvoP1501.CalatayudDataOriginal.pdf book as a sequence of available pages and CalvoP1501.CalatayudDataPaginado.pdf book recomposed in sequence of odd and even pages, with blank pages inserted to recover lost sequences.

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Cró, J. do; 1509

João do Cró, «Livro do Armeiro-Mor», roll of arms manuscript, written and emblazoned during the reign of Manuel I of Portugal, 161 pages, it is in the Torre do Tombo National Archive, ca 1509.

Facsimile copy of Livro do Armeiro-Mor

Bibliographical reference of century XVI.

Classification: Manuscript, In color and Portuguese language.

The author is João do Cró.

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Internal resources: CroJdo1509.LivroDoArmeiroMor.02.Comentado.Desordenado.pdf 277 pages and Facsimile edition on paper.

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Lutzelbourg, N. de; 1530

Nicolas de Lutzelbourg, lord of Fléville and captain of Nancy, «Roll of arms», sixteenth century (the author lived between 1485? and 1547), manuscript in French on parchment, with 230 pages numbered later with pencil the odd pages from 1 to 115, 29 x 21 cm, Bibliothèque-Médiathèque of Nancy digitized, source of the images with open license.

Video of 120 seconds composed for the Biblioteca Genealógica, Heráldica y Nobiliaria. Music by Georg Philipp Telemann (1681, 1767), Concerto for 4 Violins No. 2, TWV 40: 202, II. Grave, interpreted by Viola Viva, with Creative Commons license of Attribution and ShareAlike.

Content examples: Scotland on pages 28, 29 and 30 with 61 coat of arms; Aragon on page 33 with 11 coat of arms; Castile and Leon on page 35 with 8 coat of arms; Navarre on page 36 with 1 coat of arms; and Portugal on pages 37 and 38 with 27 coat of arms.

Video, Scotland and Portugal, Lutzelbourg, N. de; 1530
Video, Aragon, Castile and Leon, Lutzelbourg, N. de; 1530

Bibliographical reference of century XVI.

Classification: Manuscript, French language and In color.

Author: Lutzelbourg, Nicolas de.

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Portolés, J.; Molino, M. del; 1590

Scholiorum Sive Adnotationum ad Repertorium Michaelis Molini
        Super Foris et Observantiis Regni Arago

Jerónimo Portolés and Miguel del Molino, Ad Illustrisimos D. D. pradicti Regni Dipputatos, «Scholiorum Sive Adnotationum ad Repertorium Michaelis Molini Super Foris et Observantiis Regni Arago», Tertia pars, Cum Licentia Superiorum, Casaraugustae, per Laurentium de Robles, Regni Aragonum, et Universitatis Typographum, Zaragoza, 1590.


Foral law, history and charters of the Kingdom of Aragon.


Bibliographical reference of century XVI.

The 2 authors are Portolés, Jerónimo and Molino, Miguel del.

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Pérez de Vargas, J.; XVI

Juan Pérez de Vargas, «Nobiliario», 228 pages with 2 columns, index between pages 224 and 228 ordered by initial but unordered within each initial, 31 x 23 centímeters, kept in the National Library of Spain, signature Mss/3061, it is estimated from the XVI century.

Structure

It follows a fixed structure for each entry: the name of the lineage or person, a horizontal line of separation, a explanatory text, a horizontal line of separation, coat of arms with the with of the column and full-color, a horizontal final line. All of this within the columns, only coming out for some exterior decorations, which I especially like.

Index of Nobiliario Original de Ivan Perez de Vargas
Coat of arms of the Guevara, Juan Pérez de Vargas

Bibliographical reference of century XVI.

Classification: Manuscript, Armorial roll, In color and Castilian language.

Author: Pérez de Vargas, Juan.

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Internal resources: Pages from 1 to 117 PerezDeVargasJXVI.11.Paginas.001.117.pdf and Pages from 118 to 235 PerezDeVargasJXVI.12.Paginas.118.235.pdf.


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Raber, V.; 1548

Vigil Raber, «Armorial con 7244 escudos de armas», 903 pages of content, almost all color pages, 7244 coat of arms, 30 x 21 centimeters, at the Herzogin Anna Amalia Library, shelf code Fol 220, permanent identifier 1249054540, 1548.

Vigil Raber, 1548, pages from 2 to 4, it has 7244 coat of arms
Vigil Raber, 1548, pages from 10 to 15, it has 7244 coat of arms

Bibliographical reference of century XVI.

Classification: Armorial roll, Manuscript, In color and German language.

Author: Raber, Vigil.

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Rodríguez de la Vega, A.; XVI

Alonso Rodríguez de la Vega, «Roll of arms of Spain», 377 hand-numbered pages in Arabic numerals, all coat of arms illustrations are only partially outlined and without tinctures, written according to the title page in the time of Emperor Charles V, in the National Library of Spain, signatures Mss/3330, it is estimated from the XVI century.

Coat of arms of the Cerda, Alonso Rodríguez de la Vega

Bibliographical reference of century XVI.

Classification: Manuscript, Armorial roll, In black and white and Castilian language.

Author: Rodríguez de la Vega, Alonso.

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Internal resources: RodriguezDeLaVegaAXVI.11.Paginas.001.129, RodriguezDeLaVegaAXVI.12.Paginas.130.258.pdf and RodriguezDeLaVegaAXVI.13.Paginas.259.387.pdf.


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