Herôologia Anglica . hoc est clarissimorum et doctissimorum. aliqout [sic] Anglorum qui floruerunt ab anno Cristi. M.D. vsq[ue] ad presentem annum M.D.C.XX viuæ effigies vitæ et elogia: duobus tomis. Authore. H.H. Anglo Britanno:.
Henry Holland (1583-1650)
Place of origin
Belton House, Lincolnshire (Accredited Museum)
,240,p.,  plates . ports.. . fol... Imperfect: lacks 1 leaf from prelims and the final contents leaf. Additional plates of Queen Elizabeth's tomb, Frobisher, Harington and Bale are present; one further plate lacking. With the additional epitaph of Philip Sidney. Page 218 is blank, despite catchword "praeco" on p. 217. Pencil note on flyleaf (by 1st earl Brownlow?) about the presence of the additional epitaph on Philip Sidney. MS insertion(seventeenth-century) on page 189. Displayed at Grolier Club, New York, 1999 (exhibition 'Treasures of the National Trust').. Provenance: Inscription on flyleaf (c. 1620): 'To the Right wors[hipful] Mr RICHARD BROWNLOW Esquire: In Memorie of divers his deceassed honourable and Reverend Friends, in this Book. / HE: HOLLAND humbly presents this Booke. / Viuit post funera virtus' [i.e. gift from the author to Richard Brownlow, Prothonotary to the Court of Common Pleas (1553-1638)]. Bookplate: Belton House (earl's coronet & crests). Old Belton pressmarks on pastedown: L/6 and XVI.8.. Binding: Seventeenth-century calf binding with decorative blind border; rebacked late 18th/early 19th century. Edges gilt. In archival phase-box.
Makers and roles
Henry Holland (1583-1650) Magdalena van de Passe (Cologne 1596 - Utrecht 1638) Willem van de Passe (1598-1637) Crispijn van de Passe, the elder (c.1565-1637)