We give lectures on the subject of facsimiles around the world, like here at the International Medieval Congress at the University of Leeds, and are partners with universities and libraries all over the world, as well as the highest state, federal, and ministerial authorities ...
We are regular attendees at events such as the annual ARLIS/NA Conference, as seen here in 2019 in Salt Lake City, the "Mormon Capital of the World"...
...such as at the Frankfurt Book Fair, where we have maintained our own stand for years.
Over 1,500 facsimiles have come onto the market in the last 100 years. Their prices range from a few hundred to many thousands of Euros, but how can you stay on top of things and find the "right" facsimile for yourself? We have developed this facsimile guide for you...
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What is a facsimile? The replica of the original, but what exactly has been facsimiled, who produces these facsimiles, and by whom are they purchased? All these questions and more will be answered for you here.
Curious about how facsimiles are made? The production of a facsimile is a complicated, tedious, and cost-intensive process. Here we will break that process down for you and show you the steps that are necessary for the creation of a new facsimile.
New Publications and Special Offers
Queen Mary Psalter
Probably London (United Kindgom) — ca. 1310-1320
One of the most beautiful works of the Middle Ages and an English state treasure: 374 miniatures of the English Gothic style, often adorned with gold, and 464 bas-de-page scenes of mythical creatures and everyday life of the nobility
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Briçonnet Book of Hours
Tours (France) — ca. 1485
Jean Poyer's masterpiece commissioned by the cardinal and finance minister of the French king: 25 splendid miniatures like panel paintings in one of the most beautiful books of hours of the French Renaissance
Book of Hours of Marguerite d’Orléans
Rennes, Bourges, and Paris (France) — ca. 1426–1430 and ca. 1450
Mercator Atlas - Codex Berlin
Germany — First part: 1585; Second part: 1589; Third part: 1595
Find Your Perfect Facsimile Edition!
In our store you will find more than 1,500 facsimile editions. There are many ways for you to find YOUR facsimile edition, of course. For example, be inspired by our "specials" or search conveniently by category. We are also happy to help you personally with your search, just contact us!