Document ReferencePw V 72
TitleBound volume entitled 'Relacion y Memorias Historicas y Politicas' vol. 4; 1671-1691
Extent315 ff
Content DescriptionVolume 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 WorkRelacion y Memorias Historicas y Politicas
ReprodnNoteVolumes 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 DescriptionFolio 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 FeaturesCountermark: 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.
WatermarkArms of Amsterdam
Pro Patria
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