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O panteom dos Lemos na Trofa do Vouga.

LACERDA, Aar„o de.

Published by Porto, Edição do Autor (Tipografia da Companhia Portuguesa Editora), 1928., 1928
Soft cover
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Folio (29 x 23 cm.), original gray illustrated wrappers (slight wear). Vignette on title page. Large initials in red on pp. 11, 15, 21, 68. Uncut and partially unopened. In very good condition. Small rectangular white paper ticket with blue border and serrated edges, with number "2292" in old ink manuscript in upper outer corner of inside front cover. 94 pp., (1 l.), 40 ll. plates, additional illustrations and maps in text, footnotes. *** FIRST and ONLY EDITION, LIMITED to 750 copies on "papel vergé" and 100 copies on "papel plume" of which this is N.º 337 on "papel vergé", with the number completed in ink manuscript, and signed in ink manuscript (by someone working for the printer?), on the verso of the half title.The heads of the Lemos family were Lords of Trofa do Vouga, in the concelho de Águeda, from 1449 to the beginning of the nineteenth century, when the 10th holder of the title, Bernardo de Lemos de Carvalho e Vasconcelos, died without issue. D. Duarte de Lemos, (1485-1558), the third Lord (capitão-mor do Mar e da Costa da Etiópia e da Arábia in the government of the Portuguese "Estado de Índia" of D. Afonso de Albuquerque) was responsible for the construction of the Lemos Pantheon in the Church at Trofa - a lovely national monument, significant for as an example of sculpture and architecture from Renaissance Portugal.***. Bookseller Inventory # 39518

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Title: O panteom dos Lemos na Trofa do Vouga.

Publisher: Porto, Edição do Autor (Tipografia da Companhia Portuguesa Editora), 1928.

Publication Date: 1928

Binding: Soft cover

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: 1st Edition

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