View of Mainz. Single print from Schedel’s Liber chronicarum


Product number: 20004828
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What’s probably the most famous compendium of knowledge from the early days of the printed book contains one of the oldest views of Mainz as a woodcut. Our reprint is an individual hand proof from a plate made on the finest handmade linen paper.

Format: 45 x 32,5 cm.

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