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Miguel Esteves Cardoso
Miguel Torga
Natália Correia
Natércia Freire
Nuno de Montemor
Nuno Júdice
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Paul Valery
Pedro Dias
Pedro Homem de Mello
Pedro Mayer Garção
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Políbio Gomes dos Santos
Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro
Ramalho Ortigão
Raul Brandão
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Raúl Perez
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Tomaz Tavares de Sousa
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Vergilio Correia
Vergilio Ferreira
Victor Palla
Victor Segalen
Virgílio Arruda
Virgílio Martinho
Vitor Serrão
Vitorino Nemésio
Wenceslau de Moraes
Y. K. Centeno
Books pre 1900
Books per page
(Ref. 15650)
Year: 1846    1st Edition
Paris; Firmin Didot Fréres, Editeurs; In-8º of 439 (1) pages plus 32 prints; Illustrated; Bound

Work printed in two columns. Illustrated at the end with magnificent engravings in steel, which reproduce monuments, portraits of remarkable people, etc.
Exemplary with a half English binding, slightly tired. Myol with generalized acidity. In good general condition.
(Ref. 20783)
Year: 1798
Lisbon; In the Typographia of the Royal Academy of Sciences of Lisbon; In-8th of 152 (4) pages; Bound

Rare and important work by this intellectual and academic, important for the study of Portuguese diplomatics.
Although on the face it is claimed to be "Part I", in reality nothing else has been published. See Innocent Francisco da Silva, Bibliographic Dictionary, IV, p. 8: the promised continuation of this work did not come to light ».
Copy with percalin binding, in good general condition.
(Ref. 18583)
Year: 1785    2nd Edition
Lisbon; In the Of. Of Simão Thaddeo Ferreira; In-8th of (20) 376 (alias 382) (2) pages; Bound

Unusual reprint of this esteemed work by Duarte Nunes de Leão, originally printed in Lisbon by Jorge Rodrigues in 1610.
Copy with binding bounded with signs of handling, frontispiece with drafts of possession, kernels in good condition.
(Ref. 15770)
Year: 1860/62    1st Edition
Lisbon; Panorama typographia; In-8th of 3 volumes with 207 (1); 201 (1) and 277 (1) pages; Illustrated; Bound

Complete collection of this rare and precious work, illustrated with 126 engravings reproducing the arms of the cities and towns of continental Portugal, insular and overseas, accompanied by historical and other news that these cities and towns respect.
Exemplary with the three volumes bound in a single volume, with solid binding of the time, in good general state of preservation. It has occasional peaks of acidity in the core.
(Ref. 19392)
Year: 1739
Evora; University Office; In-8th of (8) 342 (2) pages; Bound

"FIRST PART BREAKDOWN IN TEN BOOKS, Where things are reported, what will happen in Evora until it is taken from the Moors by Giraldo, at the time Del-Rey Dom Affonso Henriquez and the most that will happen until the present time, will be counted on second part, that to be more resourceful, the Reys of Portugal, with their generations, and descendants are put at the end of this. BY AMATEUR PATRICIO. FIRST IMPRESSION, and at the expense of FRANCISCO MENDEZ. "
Inocêncio VII, 152. “whose personal circumstances have barely been known to our biographers, Barbosa limited himself to saying that he was born in Evora and the author of Bibl. Hist. of Portugal, which died in 1614. The promised second part never got published. This one that exists in print is nothing more than an ingenuous mix of fable and history, so that it could deserve more the name of novella, than the narrative of true facts. His lesson is therefore totally useless, for anyone who wants to acquire the right news, or solid ideas of Portugal`s antiques and things. I believe the regular price for this book has been 480 réis. It is warned that the pseudonymo "Amador Patricio" has been in modern times adopted by other writers v. g., by Fr Francisco Jose Freire, by Francisco José Maria de Brito in newspaper articles, etc. ”
Illustrated with engravings in the text.Example with solid contemporary binding, core with slight signs of handling and paper restorations on the first three sheets
(Ref. 18799)
Year: 1781    2nd Edition
“Second edition of a work first published in 1607. Innocent says that while the first edition is considered for its rarity, the second is preferable because it is more accurate and has editorial additions. This 1781 edition was edited by Father Joaquim de Foyos, who provided an original and interesting preface, occupying the second to fifth preliminary pages. The sixth to eighth preliminary leaves contain the preface to the original edition of Domingos Fernandes, including a longer Portuguese poem on the seventh sheet and the eighth sheet rectangle. A curious sonnet on the eighth preliminary leaf verse has the first four lines in Latin, the next four in Italian, the next three in Spanish, and the last three in Portuguese. Transformed Lusitania, a work of pastoral literature, is written in prose and verse. The narrative revolves around Olivio`s peripatetic journeys, which seeks to find a locus amoenus, or place of ideal beauty and perfection. He travels through the colonies of Portugal and other places where there was a Portuguese presence, including Goa, Japan, China, Southeast Asia and Ethiopia. In addition to its literary merit, the transformed Lusitania provides striking depictions of the flora and fauna of South and East Asia, as well as the customs and dress style of its inhabitants. Also included are references to political corruption in Goa and sharp criticism of Portuguese society. Transformed Lusitania is a work of epic proportions, incorporating themes of morality, love, patriotism and religion. Alvarez from the East has been praised by critics for his fluid and imaginative writing style. But perhaps most importantly, this is one of the earliest works following the Lusíadas de Camões (1572), which incorporated the first Portuguese encounters with Asia in a literary context. The author was a contemporary of Camões and the two authors have much in common. There has been speculation that works attributed to Alvarez do Oriente are actually from Camões and vice versa. ”
Unusual work, complete with its folding.
Copy with stain and restore in the lower right corner of the cover page. Crumb with occasional xylophagus holes, without affecting the reading of the text. Half-English binding, slightly tired.
(Ref. 19678)
Year: 1791
Lisbon; At Offic. Simão Thadeo Ferreira; In-8th of VII (1) 381 (1) pages; Bound

"... AND THE LIVING AND MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF THE OTTOMAN IMPERIUM; Of jobs, and religious functions, and of some curious peculiarities of the same Empire of Turkey, COMPOSED BY THE BACHELOR ..."
Innocent III, 393 and X, 289: “João José Pereira, who on the face of the next work declares himself a Bachelor, without however saying in which Faculty. I couldn`t get any more news from him. 898) History of the life, conquests and religion of Mafoma, and of the civil and military government of the Ottoman empire. Lisbon, at Offic. by Simão Thaddêo Ferreira 1791. 8th of VIII 381 pag., with a portrait of the false prophet. […] From the work mentioned under No. 899, another edition appeared in the typ. Rollandiana, 1808, as in 1791, but without the portrait ”.
Our copy, despite being from the 1791 edition, does not have the portrait.
Copy with slightly tired binding. Cover sheet with slight lack of paper and old restoration. Core with faint traces of xylophages without affecting the reading of the text.
(Ref. 5318)
Year: 1732    1st Edition

Lisboa Occidental; Officina de Pedro Ferreira; In-8º20 (4), des pages; Bound

Travail très rare.

Dommages-intérêts exemplaires avec la liaison.

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