Cibrario, Promis, Documents, seals and coins belonging to the history of the Savoy monarchy
Luigi Cibrario, Domenico Casimiro Promis, Documents, seals and coins belonging to the history of the Savoy monarchy collected in Savoy in Switzerland and in France by order of King Carlo Alberto, from the Royal Printing House, Turin 1833, 121, 389, in the front door 1 pl. beautifully engraved in copper and covered with tissue paper, cm 23, br. and. protected by br. coeval wetsuit.
Work embellished with an autograph dedication by Promis to the editorial paperback.
This monograph was published by the will of the director after the literary journey carried out in 1832 by the two scholars in Savoy, Switzerland and France, in search of ancient monuments, in the fields of sphragistics and Savoy numismatics between the 10th and 14th centuries, with patient historical investigations. and archival. Domenico Promis at the time held the role of Conservator of the Savoyard medal collection, while the Cibrario was definitively establishing himself as a historian and medievalist. The publication, which appeared in a non-venal edition for the types of the Royal Printing House, bears witness to the attention and interest in the historical studies of Carlo Alberto.
Lossless tear on the editorial paperback, for the rest volume in excellent condition and in beards.