The 1706 German Edition of Juncker on Luther Medals

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The 1706 German Edition of Juncker on Luther Medals
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Juncker, Christian. DAS GULDENE UND SILBERNE EHREN-GEDÄCHTNISS DES THEUREN GOTTES-LEHRERS D. MARTINI LUTHERI. IN WELCHEM DESSEN LEBEN / TOD / FAMILIE UND RELIQUIEN / BENEBST DEN VORNEHMSTEN GESCHICHTEN DER EVANGELISCHEN REFORMATION / WIE AUCH DER EVANGELISCHEN JUBEL-FEYERN / UMSTÄNDLICH BESCHRIEBEN / UND AUF EINE SONDERBAR ANMUTHIGE ART / AUS MEHR ALS ZWEY HUNDERT MEDAILLEN ODER SCHAU-MÜNTZEN UND BILDNISSEN VON RARER CURIOSITÄT / MIT AUSERLESENEN ANMERKUNGEN / ERKLÄRET WERDEN. Schleusingen / Gedruckt von Georg Wilhelm Göbel. Und zu finden in Franckfurt und Leipzig / Bey Johann Andreä Endters sel. Sohn und Erben, 1706. Crown 8vo [19.5 by 13.5 cm], recent fill brown morocco; all page edges blue. Finely engraved historiated double-page frontispiece; (60), 562, (12) pages; title printed in red and black; woodcut decorations; fine text engravings of coins, medals and full page portraits; folding genealogical table. Housed in custom-made clamshell box. Lacking 2 engraved folding portrait plates called for, else a fine copy. Originally published in Latin in 1699, this important, seldom encountered work is an expanded edition of the earlier work, published in the author’s native language. It comprises a well illustrated, comprehensive catalogue of the coins and medals associated with Martin Luther and the Reformation. The 213 copper engravings of medals include not only all of those concerning Martin Luther, but those related to other reformers like Brenz, Bucer, Calvin, Melanchton and Zwingli, as well as Cromwell, Erasmus and Dürer. Dekesel J63. Hirsch 67. Lipsius 204. Smith 57: “Most comprehensive compilation and study of Reformation medals, particularly strong on Luther and the Reformation in Germany.”