Constituciones del Real Monte de Piedad, que baxo la proteccion de su Majestad Catholica ha erigido en la ciudad de Barcelona …

Barcelona, Francisco Suriá, 1751.

Folio, ff. [2], pp. 12, title within border of type ornament with woodcut of royal arms, large woodcut of the Virgin Mary on verso; woodcut initials; edges uncut, in modern blue cloth boards.

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First edition of the constitution of the first mons pietatis to be established in Barcelona, granted by Fernando VI on 28 January 1751.

Not in Palau.

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