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Banderia Prutenorum, also known as Prussian Flags, is one of a kind manuscript which catalogues medieval banners. The original written by Jan Dlugosz includes illustrations by Stanislaw Durink and is currently stored in Jagiellonian University's Library in Cracow.
The aforementioned fascimile consists of 47 cards depicting 51 Teutonic banners, captured during the Battle of Grunwald, their sizes and short information of who they belonged to and who led them.
Jan Dlugosz, Banderia Prutenorum, Cracow, 1448
Measurements: 195 x303 x 30 mm
Number of cards: 47
Binding: Hand-dyed brown leather. Rich blind stamps. Binding reconstructed with regard to the age. Hand sewn block. Natural binds.
Package: Extendable case; Measurements; 199 x 313 x 33 mm
Limited Edition: 299 copies
Publisher: Dom Wydawniczy Orbis Pictus