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1655 Madrid Melchor Sánchez Parte primera y segvnda del ingenioso hidalgo D. Quixote de la Mancha SPA 1 4to b. Editions S20; G97; RR41; P51992; BN18 TAMU
Illustrations: Includes a small vignette found in the Dedication page.
Description: Third Spanish edition in one volume of both parts of the Quixote, published after the Madrid, 1637 and 1647 editions; Cushing´s copy bound in original vellum, rare.
1662 Bruselas Juan Mommarte Vida y hechos del ingenioso cavallero Don Quixote de la Mancha SPA 2 8vo b. Editions A8; S21; P51993; RR42; G106-110 Biblioteca Nacional
Illustrations: Contains two frontispieces and 16 chapter illustrations newly engraved by unknown engraver after Savery's 24 illustrations (Dordrecht: Savery 1657). Also has eight illustrations from Savery's set that have not been copied: "Andrés' lashes", "The galley slaves", "DQ's penance", "DQ hanged at the inn", "The enchanted Dulcinea", "Braying mayors squadron", "Washing beards episode" and "Sancho's judgement". Río y Rico refers to two illustrations ("Don Quixote knighted" and "Doña Rodríguez' night adventure") as if they appeared in this edition, but they do not.
Description: First edition in Spanish with illustrations. Digital images are from the copy at the Biblioteca Nacional, Madrid (Cerv.Sedó/228 y 229).
1662 Bruselas Juan Mommarte Vida y hechos del ingenioso cavallero Don Quixote de la Mancha SPA 2 8vo b. Editions A8; S21; P51993; RR42; G106-110; BN19 TAMU
Illustrations: Complete edition with 2 frontispieces and 16 chapter illustrations, newly engraved by unknown engraver after Savery's 24 illustrations (Dordrecht: Savery 1657). 8 illustrations from Savery's set have not been copied: "Andrés' lashes", "The galley slaves", "DQ's penance", "DQ hanged at the inn", "The enchanted Dulcinea", "Braying mayors squadron", "Washing beards episode" and "Sancho's judgement". Río y Rico refers to two illustrations ("Don Quixote knighted" and "Doña Rodríguez' night adventure") as if they appeared in this edition, but they don't.
Description: First edition in Spanish with illustrations. Part I 1605; bound in vellum, with engraved ex-libris of T. Gascoigne Parlington and Ruben Dussault; Part II 1615, bound in 19th century tree calf; stamp of Ludovici Viansson-Ponte.
1672-1673 (1975) Amberes Geronymo y Juan Bautista Verdussen Vida y hechos del ingenioso cavallero Don Qvixote de la Mancha SPA 4 8vo b. Editions A10; R25; S27; P51998 TAMU
Illustrations: It includes reproductions of 4 different sets of illustrations: 1) Amberes: Verdussen, 1672-73 [2 fronstispieces and 32 chapter illustrations designed by Jacob Savery (2 frontis + 16 illus.) and Frederik Bouttats (16 illus.) and engraved by Bouttats (16 illus.) and another unknown engraver (2 frontis + 16 illus.; the same plates first appeared in Bruselas: Mommarte, 1662); each frontis has been used twice]; and also added 2) Paris: Compagnie des Libraires, 1713 [32 chapter illustrations by unknown engraver after Savery and Bouttat's illustrations and Clouzier's plates]; 3) Amsterdam/Leipzig: Arkstée & Merkus, 1755 [24 chapter illustrations designed by Charles-Antoine Coypel and engraved by Jacob Folkema (12), Simon Fokke (8) and Pieter Tanjé (4) and 1 vignette used four times]; and 4) Madrid: Ibarra, 1780 [from the whole set, only 1 frontispiece designed by Antonio Carnicero and engraved by Fernando Selma and 3 chapter illustrations designed by Antonio Carnicero (2) and José del Castillo (1) and engraved by J. Joaquín Fábregat (1) and Fernando Selma (2); the frontispiece has been reproduced four times]. Also 1 ex-libris (used four times).
Description: Deluxe facsimile edition, limited to 1499 copies; Barcelona: Círculo del Bibliófilo, 1975. 4 tomes in 2 vols.
1672-1673 Amberes Geronymo y Juan Bautista Verdussen Vida y hechos del ingenioso cavallero Don Qvixote de la Mancha SPA 2 8vo b. Editions A10; R25; S27; P51998; RR47; BN25 TAMU
Illustrations: Includes two frontispieces (one in each volume/part) and 32 chapter illustrations (16 in each volume/part) designed by Jacob Savery and Frederik Bouttats and engraved by Bouttats (16 new plates) and an unknown engraver (16 and frontis; same plates first engraved for Brussels: Mommarte, 1662, which were copies after Savery's illustrations for Dordrecht: Savery, 1657).
Description: In near perfect condition, bound in vellum. In our copy volume I is dated 1673 and volume II is dated 1672. It follows the Bruselas, 1662 edition, minus the Dedicatoria.
1674 Madrid Andrés Garcí­a de la Iglesia (Part I) / Roque Rico (Part II) Vida, y hechos del ingenioso cavallero Don Qvixote de la Mancha SPA 2 4to b. Editions A11; S29; P51999; RR48; G110-114; BN26 Biblioteca Nacional
Illustrations: 1 frontispiece and 32 vignettes in text engraved by Diego de Obregón. 14 of them are copies after Savery (Dordrecht: Savery, 1657) and Bouttats (Amberes: Verdussen, 1672-73); 6 of them are partial copies after the same. 12 of them are totally new designs. Río y Rico refers to 2 frontis. "This is the first illustrated edition done in Spain, and the engravings, of very considerable merit, have been frequently reproduced" (Ashbee). "Primera edición publicada en España con láminas, la mayoría de las cuales son imitación de las de la primera edición en holandés" (Río y Rico). "Diego de Obregón, el dibujante español, se había limitado a remedar malamente las estampas de aquellas ediciones flamencas [1657 and 1662], introduciendo algunas modificaciones e intercalándoles algún tema nuevo" (Givanel). Copied for Madrid: Antonio Gonçales de Reyes, 1706; Madrid: Francisco Laso, 1714; Madrid: Hermandad de San Gerónimo, 1723; Madrid: Juan Antonio Pimentel (Viuda de Blas de Villanueva), 1730; Madrid: Antonio Sanz, 1735; Barcelona: Juan Jolis, 1755.
Description: First illustrated edition published in Spain; digital images from copy at Biblioteca Nacional, Madrid (Cerv./2278-2279).
1674 Madrid Andrés García de la Iglesia (Part I) / Roque Rico (Part II) Vida, y hechos del ingenioso cavallero Don Qvixote de la Mancha SPA 2 4to b. Editions A11; R26; S29; RR48; G110-114; P51999; BN26 TAMU
Illustrations: 1 frontispiece and 32 vignettes in text engraved by Diego de Obregón. 14 of them are copies after Savery (Dordrecht: Savery, 1657) and Bouttats (Amberes: Verdussen, 1672-73); 6 of them are partial copies after the same, 12 of them are totally new designs. Río y Rico refers to 2 frontis. "This is the first illustrated edition done in Spain, and the engravings, of very considerable merit, have been frequently reproduced" (Ashbee). "Primera edición publicada en España con láminas, la mayoría de las cuales son imitación de las de la primera edición en holandés" (Río y Rico). "Diego de Obregón, el dibujante español, se había limitado a remedar malamente las estampas de aquellas ediciones flamencas [1657 and 1662], introduciendo algunas modificaciones e intercalándoles algún tema nuevo" (Givanel). Copied for Madrid: Antonio Gonçales de Reyes, 1706; Madrid: Francisco Laso, 1714; Madrid: Hermandad de San Gerónimo, 1723; Madrid: Juan Antonio Pimentel (Viuda de Blas de Villanueva), 1730; Madrid: Antonio Sanz, 1735; Barcelona: Juan Jolis, 1755.
Description: First illustrated edition published in Spain.
1714 Madrid A costa de Francisco Laso Vida, y hechos del ingenioso cavallero don Quixote de la Mancha SPA 2 4to b. Editions A11, 32; R30; S34; P52003; RR53; BN31 TAMU
Illustrations: Edition contains two frontispieces/illustrated title pages and 33 vignettes in text copied and engraved by an unknown engraver after Diego de Obregón's designs (Madrid: Andrés García de la Iglesia, 1674; except for frontispiece II and the illustration of DQ being arrested by the Brotherhood). 14 of the illustrations are copies after Savery (Dordrecht: Savery, 1657) and Bouttats (Amberes: Verdussen, 1672-73). Six are partial copies after the same. 12 illustrations are new designs by Obregón, and one is by unknown designer; also reproduced in Madrid: Antonio Gonçalez de Reyes, 1706; Madrid: Hermandad de San Gerónimo, 1723; Madrid: Pedro del Castillo, 1723; Madrid: Juan Antonio Pimentel (Viuda de Blas de Villanueva), 1730.
Description: Reprint of the Madrid, 1706 edition, but with same illustrations as the Madrid 1674, the first illustrated edition printed in Spain.
1719 Amberes Juan Bautista Verdussen Vida y hechos del ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha SPA 2 8vo b. Editions A10; S36; G189; RR55; P52004; BN33 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains two frontispieces (one in each volume/part) and 32 chapter illustrations (16 in each volume/part) designed by Jacob Savery and Frederik Bouttats and engraved by Bouttats (16) and an unknown engraver (16 and frontis). The plates are the same as those in Amberes: Verdussen, 1672-1673 (two frontis + 32 illustrations) and Bruselas: Mommarte, 1662 (two frontis + 16 illustrations). Also reprinted in Amberes: Henrico and Cornelio Verdussen, 1697; & Lisbon: Beux and Lagier, 1775. Ashbee mentions 30 engravings and two title pages. In our copy both volumes include an illustrated ex-libris depicting the adventure of the wine skins. Further decoration includes several woodcuts (initials with fleuron and nature tailpieces throughout the text).
Description: The text is in Spanish after Amberes: J. B. Verdussen, 1697 edition.
1729 Madrid Viuda de Blas de Villa Nueva Vida y hechos del Ingenioso Hidalgo don Quixote de la Mancha SPA 2 8vo large b. Editions A32; RR58; S39; G203; BN35 TAMU
Illustrations: Has two frontispieces/headpieces and 33 vignettes in the text, copied and engraved by an unknown engraver after Diego de Obregón's designs (Madrid: Andrés García de la Iglesia, 1674) excepting frontispiece II and the illustration for DQ being arrested by the Brotherhood). 14 of the illustrations are copies after Savery (Dordrecht: Savery, 1657) and Bouttats (Amberes: Verdussen, 1672-73). Six are partial copies after the same. 12 illustrations are new designs by Obregón, and one is by an unknown designer. It has the same re-engraved plates previously used for Madrid: Antonio Gonçalez de Reyes, 1706; Madrid: Francisco Laso, 1714; Madrid: Hermandad de San Gerónimo, 1723; Madrid: Pedro del Castillo, 1723.
Description: Published "A costa de Juan Antonio Pimentel". Cushing has volume I only with title page wanting (one headpiece + 16 vignettes in text).
1730 (1992) Madrid Juan S. Martín (I part); Juan Antonio Pimentel; Viuda de Blas de Villa Nueva (II part) Vida, y hechos del ingenioso cavallero Don Quixote de la Mancha SPA 2 8vo b. Editions A32; S39; G203 TAMU
Illustrations: First part reproduces 1 headpiece and 23 vignettes from Madrid: Juan S. Martín, 1730. Second part reproduces 1 headpiece and 17 vignettes from Madrid: Viuda de Blas de Villa Nueva/Juan Antonio Pimentel, 1730.
Description: 2 vols. in 1. Digital images from facsimile edition published in Barcelona: Nauta, 1992.
1735 Madrid Antonio Sanz Vida, y hechos del ingenioso cavallero Don Quixote de la Mancha SPA 2 4to small b. Editions A35; S40; RR59; BN36 TAMU
Illustrations: Includes two headpieces after Savery's frontispieces (Dordrecht: Savery, 1657) and 43 vignettes placed in the text at the head of the chapters (not 44 as it is said in the title page). All are unsigned. 32 are copies after Diego de Obregón's illustrations for Madrid: A. García de la Iglesia, 1674. Three of them appear twice in different chapters. Eight illustrations are not after Obregón: "DQ knighted", "Andrés' lashes", "Escrutiny of DQ's library", "Mambrino's helmet", "Beginning of the dispute at inn", "DQ defeats the Knight of the Mirrors", "Adventure of cats" and "DQ with the priest and bachelor". They follow the tradition of Savery (Dordrecht: Savery, 1657 and later editions) and Bouttats (Amberes: Verdussen, 1672-73). "They are crude and rough in execution" (Ashbee). "Las láminas intercaladas que adornan esta edición son muy malas" (Río y Rico). Copied with less or more quality for Madrid: Juan de San Martín, 1741; Madrid: Pedro Alonso y Padilla, 1750-51; Madrid: Manuel Martín, 1765 (and 1782); Barcelona: Juan Jolis, 1755 (and 1762).
Description: Follows the Madrid 1730 edition published by Juan Antonio Pimentel, with some variants from Brussels, 1662. First edition without the tildes for 'n' and 'e'. The title page from Part I is wanting.
1735 (2003) Madrid Antonio Sanz Vida, y hechos del ingenioso cavallero Don Quixote de la Mancha SPA 2 8vo b. Editions EU
Illustrations: 2 headpieces after Savery's frontispieces (Dordrecht: Savery, 1657) and 43 vignettes placed in the text at the head of the chapters (not 44 as it is said in the title page); all unsigned. With 102 additional new illustrations by Félix Oliva.
Description: Facsimile edition sponsored by the Ayuntamiento de Ciudad Real and the Fundación El Monte. Printed by Antonio Pinelo in Sevilla. Boxed set.
1738 Londres J. y R. Tonson Vida y hechos del Ingenioso Hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha Pedro Pineda SPA 4 4to large b. Editions A39; S42; G227; GG122-124; RR61; P52010; I55-71,179-201; BN38 TAMU
Illustrations: Includes an allegorical frontispiece and 67 chapter illustrations designed by John Vanderbank (frontis + 66) and William Hogarth (1) and engraved by Gerard van der Gucht (frontis + 61), Bernard Baron (1), George Vertue (1) and Claude du Bosc (4). Also has a portrait of Cervantes designed by G. Kent and engraved by George Vertue, and a tailpiece designed by John Vanderbank (I.V.) and engraved by P.F. Neither Ashbee nor Río y Rico or later authors have mentioned this tailpiece. Cushing's copy includes an ex-libris. The same plates (except the tailpiece) were also included in the English edition, London: Tonson, 1742.
Description: First deluxe edition ever printed, and first edition in Spanish published in England. Known as the Lord Carteret's edition, its publication was prompted perhaps by the interest of Queen Caroline, wife of King George II.
1738b Londres J. y R. Tonson Vida y hechos del Ingenioso Hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha Pedro Pineda SPA 4 4to b. Editions A39; S42; G227; GG122-124; RR61; P52010; I55-71,179-201; BN38 TAMU
Illustrations: High resolution 600 dpi images.
Description: For full details see Londres: Tonson, 1738 entry.
1741 Madrid Juan de San Martín Vida, y Hechos del Ingenioso Cavallero Don Quixote de la Mancha SPA 2 8vo b. Editions TAMU
Illustrations: Includes two title page vignettes after Savery's frontispieces (Dordrecht: Savery, 1657) and 43 vignettes placed at the beginning of the chapters (not 44 as it is said in the title page). All are unsigned. 32 are copies after Diego de Obregón's illustrations for Madrid: A. García de la Iglesia, 1674. Copied after Madrid: Antonio Sanz, 1735.
Description: Text in two columns. Original vellum binding.
1744 En Haia P. Gosse y A. Moetjens Vida y hechos del ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha SPA 4 8vo small b. Editions A42; S44; G249; RR63; P52012; BN40 TAMU
Illustrations: Edition contains 24 illustrations copied after Charles-Antoine Coypel's designs (Paris: Surugue, 1723 and later years) and engraved by Jacob Folkema (12), Simon Fokke (8) and Pieter Tanjé (4). In Cushing's copy, volume I lacks three illustrations: "DQ's first sally", "DQ knighted" and "Mambrino's helmet". The same illustrations were later included in Amsterdam and Leipzig: Arkstée and Merkus, 1755; and in Dublin: Daniel Graisberry, 1783.
Description: First edition in Spanish to include Charles-Antoine Coypel´s engraved designs. "Con muy bellas Estampas, gravadas sobre los dibujos de Coypel, primer pintor de el Rey de Francia" (in title page).
1750-1751 Madrid Pedro Alonso y Padilla Vida, y hechos del ingenioso cavallero Don Qvixote de la Mancha SPA 2 4to b. Editions R41-42; S46-47; P52014-15; RR65, 66; A47 TAMU
Illustrations: Includes two title pages/frontispieces after Savery's frontis (Dordrecht: Savery, 1657) and 43 vignettes (not 44 as it is said in the title page). All are unsigned. 32 are copies after Diego de Obregón's illustrations for Madrid: A. García de la Iglesia, 1674, and four of them appear twice in different chapters. There are seven illustrations not after Obregón: "DQ knighted", "Andrés' lashes", "Scrutiny of DQ's library", "Mambrino's helmet", "DQ arrested", "Adventure of cats" and "DQ with the priest and bachelor". They follow the tradition of Savery (Dordrecht: Savery, 1657 and later editions) and Bouttats (Amberes: Verdussen, 1672-73). Copied after Madrid: Francisco Laso, 1714, Madrid: Pimentel, 1730 and Madrid: Antonio Sanz, 1735.
Description: Part I (1750), Part II (1751). Text follows Madrid: Juan de San Martin, 1741, but the illustrations are from Madrid: Pimentel, 1730. Eliminates Preliminaries and adds a spurious Dedication by Cide Hamete Benengeli in Part I.
1755 Amsterdam y Lipsia Arkstée & Merkus Vida y hechos del ingenioso Don Quixote de la Mancha SPA 4 8vo small b. Editions S49; P52016 TAMU
Illustrations: Includes 1 portrait of Cervantes after William Kent´s (London: Tonson, 1738) newly engraved by Jacob Folkema (same plate first published for Novelas Exemplares, Haya: J. Neaulme, 1739), and 24 illustrations copied after Charles-Antoine Coypel's designs (Paris: Surugue, 1723 and later years) and engraved by Jacob Folkema (12), Simon Fokke (8) and Pieter Tanjé (4); same plates with captions in Spanish first published for La Haye: P. Gosse & A. Moetjens, 1744.
Description: Volumes individually boxed and rebound 19th c. leather, with ex-libris of Biblioteca de Feliciano Ramírez de Arellano, Marquis of Fuensanta del Valle and Angel Uriarte. Inscription by the Marques de Santa María on frontis. Includes the "Vida de Cervantes" by Mayans (1738) in vol. I, and eliminates the Dedications as in the 1744 La Haya edition.
1762 Barcelona Juan Jolis Vida, y hechos del ingenioso cavallero D. Quixote de la Mancha SPA 4 12mo b. Editions A36; S51; G247; RR70; P52017; BN47 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains 43 unsigned illustrations, the same wooden blocks first cut for Barcelona: Juan Jolis, 1755, copied after Madrid: Antonio Sanz, 1735. There are really 38: five are repeated twice for different episodes. Most of them after Diego de Obregón's illustrations (Madrid: A. García de la Iglesia, 1674). They follow the tradition of Savery (Dordrecht: Savery, 1657) and Bouttats (Amberes: Verdussen, 1672-73).
Description: This is a reprint of the Barcelona 1755 edition, also by Jolis. The text is after the Bruselas 1662 edition.
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