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One of the most opulent pictorial books ever published, Japan, produced at the end of the 19th century, captures a vanished world in 259 hand-coloured photographs. This is the first time this landmark work has been reproduced in its entirety in two luxurious volumes.
London and New York, 40 rare photogravures by a master of the art, in facsimile for the first time.
A superb facsimile of the Royal Choirbook – a beautiful large-format collection of Latin motets composed for Henry VIII and presented to him in 1518.
A masterpiece of botanical art and the most comprehensive study of the apples and pears grown in Britain ever published. Each edition is sent with a set of four prints for framing.
Â This facsimile of Henry VIII’s Psalter, his personal prayer book, is annotated in his own hand. To own it is to own a piece of history.
The Great Charter presented in a meticulously produced facsimile accompanied by a certificate of authentication.
In the mid-13th century, as influential preachers predicted the end of the world, there was a surge in demand for illuminated manuscripts of Revelation. Among the surviving examples, one of the very finest is the Getty Apocalypse, here presented in facsimile for the first time.
One of the most beautiful series of maps ever made, this was commissioned by Queen Mary Tudor as a gift to her beloved husband Philip of Spain. Holding a crucial place in the history of map-making, this is a remarkable portrait of the Renaissance world.
The first facsimile of one of the great books of botanic art from the edition held in the library of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.