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1921

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Album, Monilium Bullarum Inauriumque Artificiocissimae Icones, Ioannis Collaert Opus Postremum (Designs for Necklaces, Pendants and Earrings of the Highest Skill, the Final Work by Joannis Collaert), 1581

This is a Album. It is dated 1581 and we acquired it in 1921. Its medium is engravings on paper, laid and gilded, bound. It is a part of the Drawings, Prints, and Graphic Design department.

This object was catalogued by Rebekah Pollock. It is credited Purchased for the Museum by the Advisory Council.

It is inscribed

In plate, lower center: MONI / LIV / BVLLARVM INARIV MQVE / ARTIFICIOCISSIMAE ICONES / IO ANIS COLLAERT POVS PO STREMVM / 1581 In plate, lower left: PHILIPPVS GALLEVS / EXCVDEBAT / cum privilegio In plate, lower right: 1

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Album, Monilium Bullarum Inauriumque Artificiocissimae Icones, Ioannis Collaert Opus Postremum (Designs for Necklaces, Pendants and Earrings of the Highest Skill, the Final Work by Joannis Collaert), 1581; engravings on paper, laid and gilded, bound; Purchased for the Museum by the Advisory Council; 1921-6-469

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