|Document Reference||Pw V 72|
|Title||Bound volume entitled 'Relacion y Memorias Historicas y Politicas' vol. 4; 1671-1691|
|Content Description||Volume bears the title 'Parte Quarta' gold stamped on the spine.|
Third part of set ends on f 92 and the fourth part starts on f 94, paginated as p 1.
This volume is the last part in a set of four volumes (see Pw V 69-71).
|Title Of Work||Relacion y Memorias Historicas y Politicas|
|ReprodnNote||Volumes from Pw V cannot be photographed by readers with their own camera or device, but reprographic copies can be supplied for educational and private study purposes only.|
|Physical Description||Folio volume|
Pagination is only on front 3 pages running from 743 to 745.
Volume has 3 front flyleaves (one contemporary with binding and two contemporary with copying) and back flyleaves (one contemporary with binding and two contemporary with copying).
|Descriptive Features||Countermark: Letters GLP, 12 x 27 mm (Type A, front flyleaf f i)|
Watermark: Arms of Amsterdam, lions standing on double bar, 109 x 112 mm(Type B, front flyleaf ff ii-iii)
Countermark: Letters HI, 13 x 38 mm (With Type B)
Watermark: Monogram crowned CC, 50 x 28 mm (Type C, back flyleaf, f iv)
Watermark: Pro Patria, Dutch maiden facing left and Seven Provinces lion within fenced field, approx. 95 x 103 mm (Type D, 2 last folios of text)
Watermark: Pro Patria, Dutch maiden facing left, and Seven Provinces lion within fenced field, approx. 94 x 100 mm (Type E, all 315 ff of copied text)
Countermark: Letters IV, approx. 14 x 25 mm (With Type E, in first half of volume)
Countermark: Royal Cipher, crowned GR, approx. 47 x 37 mm (With Type E, in the second half of the volume)
Written in a different later hand to that of Pw V 69-71.
One of a set of four volumes which share the same binding characteristics; volume bound in brown Morocco leather on boards; upper and lower covers have no decoration at all; spine is divided into seven gold tooled panels from head to tail; top and bottom panels are taller than remaining five panels; second panel is stamped as a label to indicate volume number, here described as 'Part'; besides this second panel, all panels consist of a central floral tool enclosed by a supplementary floral tool stamped to left and right of the central oranment; each panel is surrounded by a double line and fillet.
Top and bottom panels of the spine are edged at head and tail with an ornamental leaf tooling; outer edges of bindings are also gold stamped with a section of this last leaf tool; volume has a uniform, multicoloured and speckled graphing on all edges; volume may have been bound in England. See Pw V 69, 71-72 for other volumes in the set.
|Watermark||Arms of Amsterdam|
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