MADRID BROADSIDE: TERCERA PREDICATICION DE LA DECIMA QUINTA CONCESSION DE EL PAPA URBANO OCTAVO. BULLA DE PLENISSIMA INDULGENCIA, CONCEDIDA POR LA SANTIDAD DE URBANO OCTAVO, DE FELICE RECORDACION…
An uncommon personalised indulgence for for the souls of the deceased in Peru and Tierra Firme.
Place and Year: Madrid: July 30, 1754.
Technique: Broadside: letterpress and woodcut. (Very Good, uncut margins, soft folds, tiny tears in margins) 31 x 21 cm (12.2 x 8.2 inches).
A personalised broadside indulgence was printed in Madrid, for the souls of the deceased in Peru and Tierra Firme. The manuscript annotation names Simon from Lima as the purchaser of the indulgence for a soul of Don Eusebio from Lima.
The text was originally issued as a papal bull by Pope Urban VIII (1623- 44). The wood-cut illustrations show St. Peter and Paul, seal of the Comisario General De la Santa Cruzada, and the facsimile signature of Andrés de Cerezo y Nieva (1709 – 1770).