Historia interregni novissimi et comitiorum in Prussia Polonica […] K-153
Historia interregni novissimi et comitiorum in Prussia Polonica […] K-153
Historia interregni novissimi et comitiorum in Prussia Polonica […] K-153
Historia interregni novissimi et comitiorum in Prussia Polonica […] K-153
Historia interregni novissimi et comitiorum in Prussia Polonica […] K-153
Historia interregni novissimi et comitiorum in Prussia Polonica […] K-153
Historia interregni novissimi et comitiorum in Prussia Polonica […] K-153
Historia interregni novissimi et comitiorum in Prussia Polonica […] K-153

Historia interregni novissimi et comitiorum in Prussia Polonica […] K-153

Author: Schultz Georg Peter , 1680 - 1748

Title: Historia interregni novissimi et comitiorum in Prussia Polonica anno 1733 celebratorum, una cum quamplurimis manuscriptis actis ad ius publicum et historiam Prussiae pertinentibus. Cum figuris, edita a Georgio Petro Schultz, doctore et professore Gymnasii Thoruniensis.

Title in English: The History of the Latest Interregnum and Ceremonial Meetings in Polish Prussia in 1733, with Plentiful Manuscripts on Public Law, and Encompassing Prussian History. With Illustrations, Published by George Peter Schultz, Teacher and Professor of the Gymnasium of Torun. 

Gedani [Danzig]: apud Georgium Marcum Knochium, 1738

Format: 88 (5) S., mit 2 Kupfertafeln. Interimsbroschur der Zeit. (A8067).

The History of the Latest Interregnum and Ceremonial Meetings in Polish Prussia in 1733 by professor of the University of Torun Georg Peter Schultz (1680–1748) is dedicated to the governing history of Royal Prussia and the interregnum after the death of the King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania Augustus II. The book includes reproductions of three coins released in commemoration of the King’s death. 

Reference: "The Collection of Lawyer Jaunius Gumbis: the Past Preserved in Books". Museum and Collector - 7. Vilnius: National Museum of Lithuania, 2018, p. 555.

Published: "The Collection of Lawyer Jaunius Gumbis: the Past Preserved in Books". Museum and Collector - 7. Vilnius: National Museum of Lithuania, 2018, p. 555-557.

Photographs:

3rd: Reproductions of coins from the city of Gdansk commemorating the death the King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1697–1706, 1709–1733) Augustus II. The coins were created by artists Peter Paul Werner and Daniel Sievert in 1733.