Abraham Ortelius - Jacob Cool - 1595-1-4

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Abraham Ortelius - Jacob Cool - 1595-1-4
FINA IDUnique ID of the page  501
InstitutionName of Institution. The Hague, Koninklijke Bibliotheek
InventoryInventory number. MS 79 C 4 (091), f° 168
AuthorAuthor of the document. Abraham Ortelius
RecipientRecipient of the correspondence. Jacob Cool
Correspondence dateDate when the correspondence was written: day - month - year . January 4, 1595
PlacePlace of publication of the book, composition of the document or institution. Antwerp 51° 13' 16.00" N, 4° 23' 58.96" E
Associated personsNames of Persons who are mentioned in the annotation. Hubert Goltzius
LiteratureReference to literature. Goltzius 15741, Hessels 1887, no. 286, pp. 680-6812, Callataÿ 2017, p. 93, n° 74.3
KeywordNumismatic Keywords  book
LanguageLanguage of the correspondence Latin
LinkLink to external information, e.g. Wikpedia http://www.numisbel.be/KBGN%20175 Callatay.pdf
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Grand documentOriginal passage from the "Grand document".

4 Jan. 1595 (from Antwerp): “Goltzii Augustus hic minime venalis, solet divendi quinque florenis” (Catalogue of Valuable Continental Books and Autograph Letters, Sotheby & Co., London, sale 17–18 June 1968, lot 339. Buyer listed as Nico Israel (Amsterdam); Hessels 1887, no. 261, p. 614).


  1. ^  Goltzius, H. (1574), C. Julius Caesar, sive historiae imperatorum Caesarumque romanorum ex antiquis numismatibus restitutae, Liber Secundus, Bruges.
  2. ^  Hessels, J.H. (1887), Abrahami Ortelii (geographi Antverpiensis) et virorum eruditorum ad eundem et ad Jacobum Colium Ortelianum (Abraham Ortelii sororis filium) epistulae cum aliquot aliis epistulis et tractatibus quibusdam ab utroque collectis (1524-1628) ex autographis mandante ecclesia Londino-Batava, Cantabrigae. Reprint: Osnabrück, O. Zeller, 1969.
  3. ^  Callataÿ, Fr. de (2017), “Glory and misery of Belgian numismatics from the 16th to the 18th c. as seen through three milestones (Goltz 1563, Serrure 1847 and the Dekesels) and private correspondences”, in J. Moens (ed.), 175 years of Royal Numismatic Society of Belgium. Proceedings of the Colloquium ‘Belgian numismatics in perspective (Brussels, 21 May 2016’), Brussels, pp. 37-129.