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POPES AND CARDINALS


INCLUDING 110 PAPAL AUTOGRAPHS [Popes and Cardinals]. Collection of more than 400 letters, documents and other written material, encompassing seven centuries of church history. Various places, 14th through 20th century. Various sizes. Several addenda. $175,000 Impressive collection of letters and other signed documents by important church dignitaries, including nearly 110 items signed by the Popes Benedict XIV (1675–1758), Clement XIII (1693– 1769), Clement XIV (1705–1774), Pius VII (1742–1823), Leo XII (1760–1829), Pius VIII (1761– 1830), Gregory XVI (1765–1846), Pius IX (1792–1878), Leo XIII (1810–1903), Pius X (1835– 1914), Benedict XV (1854–1922), Pius XI (1857–1939), Pius XII (1876–1958), Paul VI (1897– 1978), and John Paul II (1920–2005), of which 46 are signed as Pope and 62 as Cardinal. Furthermore, this collection includes the signatures of more than 200 (Arch-)Bishops and Cardinals, including Niccolò Acciaioli, Filippo Acciaiuoli, Ferdinando D’Adda, Girolamo Agocchi, Alessandro Albani, Niccolò Albergati, Egidio Albornoz (2), Albertus Paluzzi Altieri, Lorenzo Altieri, Giacomo Lanfredini Amadori, Jacopo de Angelis (2), Leonardo Antonelli (2), Giuseppe Archinto (2), Vittorio Maria Costa d’Arignano, Fulvio Astalli, Marcello d’Aste, Giovanni Francesco Banchieri, Giovanni Francesco Barbarigo, Gregorio Barbarigo, Carlo Barberini, Girolamo de Bardi, Pietro Basadonna, Lodovico Belluga y Moncada, Cornelius Bentivoglio, Girolamo Bernieri, Alessandro Bichi, Carlo Bichi, Gioacchino Besozzi, Girolamo Boncompagni, Jacopo Boncompagni, Vincenzo Malvezzi Bonfioli, Piero de Bonzi (Bonsi), Francesco Borghese, Stephan Borgia, Lorenzo Brancati di Lauria, Giovanni Battista Bussi, Pietro Francesco Bussi, Giovanni Caccia-Piatti, Diego Gregorio Cadello, Guido Calcagnini, Carlo Leopoldo Calcagnini, Scipio Caparelli, Giovanni Antonio Capozucchi, Luigi Capponi, Giovanni Battista Caprara (2), Francesco Carafa, Pier Luigi Carafa, Marino Carafa di Belvedere, Antonio Caráffa, Pietro Luigi Caráffa, Filippo Carandini, Gaspare Carpegna, Francesco Carrara, Hieronymus Casanati, Giuseppe Castelli, Giovanni Castiglioni, Carlo Alberto Guidoboni Cavalchini, Domenico Cecchini, Serafino Cenci, Bartolomeo Cesi, Flavio Chigi (2), Carlo Collicola, Mario Marefoschi Compagnoni, Innocenzo Conti, Marcellino Corio, Pier Marcellino Corradini (2), Domenico Maria Corsi, Andrea Maria Corsini, Neri Maria Corsini (2), Giovanni Costanzo, Marcello Crescenzi, Tiberio Crispi, Belisario Cristaldi, Alfonso de la Cueva, Camillo Cybo, Ercole Dandini, Gianantonio Davia, Giorgio Doria, Antonio Dugnani, Marcello Durazzo, Angelo Maria Durini, Francesco d’Elci, Ra(i)niero d’Elci (2), Luigi Ercolani, Alessandro d’Este, Luigi d’Este, Carlo Agostino Fabroni (2), Chiarissimo Falconieri, Lelio Falconieri, Giuseppe Maria Feroni, Vincenzo Ferrero, Giulio Gabrielli, Antonio Andrea Galli, Buonaventura Gazzola, Antonio Saverio Gentili, Giovanni Francesco Ginetti (2), Marzio Ginetti, Angelo Giori, Francesco del Giudice, Niccolò del Giudice, Benedetto Giustiniani, Marcantonio Gozzadini, Giovanni Antonio Guadagni, Emmanuele de Gregorio, Carlo Gualterio, Filippo Antonio Gualterio, Pietro Girolamo Guglielmi, Luigi Alessandro Homodei, Giuseppe Renato Imperiali, Pedro Inguanzo y Rivero, Joachim-Jean-Xavier d’Isoard, Melchior


Khlesl, Orazio Lancellotti, Federico Marcello Lante Montefeltro della Rovere, Marcello Lante della Rovere, Alfonso Litta, Lorenzo Magalotti, Alessandro Malvasia, Marcantonio Marcolini, Prospero Marefoschi, Ippolito Antonio Vincenti Mareri, Carlo Maria Marini, Jules Mazarin, Giancarlo de’ Medici, Giovanni Battista Mesmer, Giovanni Giacomo Millo, Giovanni Molino, Cornelio Caprara Monti, Jacopo Antonio Morigia, François-Nicolas-Madeleine Morlot, Agapito Mosca, Andrea Negroni, Gianfrancesco Negroni (2), Giacomo Oddi, Fabio Olivieri, Antonio Francesco Orioli, Viviano Orsini, Gabriele Paleotti, Lazzaro Pallavicini, Opizio Pallavicini, Pietro Sforza Pallavicino, Rannuzio Pallavicino, Guglielmo Pallotta (2), Benedetto Pamphili, Bandino Panciatichi, Camillus Paolucci, Giandomenico Paracciani (2), Giovanni Patrizi, Carlo Andrea Pelagallo, Giuseppe Pereira, Vincenzo Petra, Gregorio Petrochini, Franceso Pignatelli jun., Franceso Pignatelli sen., Stefano Pignatelli, Domenico Pinelli , Carlo Pio jun., Faustus Poli, Girolamo della Porta, Angelo Maria Querini, Niccolò Radulovich, Lorenzo Raggi, Ottaviano Raggi, Luigi Randolfi (?), Vincenzo Ranuzzi, Francesco Rappacioli, Cesare Rasponi, Carlo Rezzonico, Giulio Roma, Giacomo Rospigliosi (6), Fabrizio Ruffo, Tommaso Ruffo, Luigi Ruffo-Scilla, Bartolomeo Ruspoli, Giulio Sacchetti, Giuseppe Sacripante, Giovanni Battista Salerni, Antonio di Santacroce (2), Marcello di Santacroce, Giulio Savelli, Carlo Emmanuele Pio di Savoia, Gianbernardino Scotti, Gregorio Selleri, Giacomo Serra, Domenico de Simone, Gennaro Antonio de Simone, Raniero Felice Simonetti, Giovanni Battista Sparda, Sperello Sperelli, Ferdinando Spinelli, Orazio Spinola, Alessandro Tanari, Sebastiano Antonio Tanari, Luca Melchiore Tempi, Pierre Guérin de Tencin, Fabrizio Sceberras Testaferrata, Francesco Tiberi, Jean-François de la Trémoille, Fabrizio Turriozzi, Pietro Vidoni (3), Antonio Eugenio Visconti, and Antonfelice Zondadari (2).

Luigi Cornaro


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36.

Albani, Giuseppe (cardinal). DS. Albani, Giuseppe (cardinal). DS. Albani, Giuseppe (cardinal). DS. Albani, Giuseppe (cardinal). DS (for Clement XI). 1695. Albani, Giuseppe. ALS. Barberini, Antonio. ALS. Barberini, Francesco. ALS. Benedict XIV. 3 bulls. 1743, 1744, 1746. [Benedict XIV]. Document with various signatures, though not that of Benedict. 1753. With seal. Benedict XV. 7 autogr. lines signed. 1915. Benedict XV. Autogr. blessing signed. 1914. Benedict XV. Photo portrait signed (mounted). 1916. Benedict XV. Reproduction portrait with autogr. dedication signed. No date. Bizzarri, Giuseppe Andrea. LS. 1873. Bizzarri, Giuseppe Andrea. LS. 1873. Boncompagni, Filippo. LS. Boniface IX. Bull. 1393. Caetani, Enrico. LS. Capua, Annibale de. DS. Chigi III, Flavio (curial cardinal). LS. 1874. Clement XII. Breve. Letter of Indulgence. 1737. [Clement XIII]. Document with various signatures, though not that of Clement. 1763. [Clement XIV]. Document with a cardinal’s signature, though not that of Clement. 1772. Consalvi, Ercole. ALS. Contarini, Gasparo. DS. Cornaro, Luigi (Aloysius Cornelius). DS. Deinlein, Michael (archbishop of Bamberg). ALS. Erskine, Charles (curial cardinal). DS for Pius VII. Garelli-Paracciani, Nicola (cardinal, 1799–1872). Breve signed. 1867. Gonnelli collection of cardinals, comprising 236 documents by various cardinals, written between the years 1554 and 1880. Grandson, Otto of. Document. 1307. Gregory XVI. ADS (3 lines). 1831. Gregory XVI. LS, framed. 1844. Gregory XVI. LS. 1829, as cardinal. Hohenlohe-Schillingsforst, Gustav (cardinal bishop). ALS. 1886. Hutten zum Stolzenberg, Franz Christoph Reichsfreiherr von (prince-bishop of Speyer and cardinal). LS. 1767.


Antonio and Francesco Barberini

Cristoforo Madruzzi


37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72. 73. 74. 75.

Innocent XI. Steel-engraved portrait. Innocent XII. Bull. 1691. John Paul II. Photo portrait signed. No date, as cardinal. John Paul II. Photo portrait with autogr. dedication signed. No date, as cardinal. Lamberg, Joseph Dominikus Graf von (prince-bishop). LS. 1751. Leo XII. Breve. 1827. Leo XII. Bull. 1825. Leo XII. ALS. 1795, as nuncio. Leo XII. ALS. 1795, as Papal legate. Leo XIII. ADS. Leo XIII. LS. 1864, as bishop. Leo XIII. LS. 1868, as bishop. Leo XIII. LS. 1868, as cardinal. Leo XIII. LS. 1893. Leo XIII. DS. 1856, as cardinal. Macchi, Vincenzo (cardinal). DS for Pius IX, framed. 1857. Macchi, Vincenzo (cardinal). DS for Pius IX, framed. 1857. Madruzzo, Cristoforo. DS. Martinelli, Tommaso Maria (cardinal). LS. 1875. Merry del Val y Zulueta, Raphael (curial cardinal). Typed lettercard signed. Merry del Val y Zulueta, Raphael (curial cardinal). Typed lettercard signed. Merry del Val y Zulueta, Raphael (curial cardinal). Typed lettercard signed. Merry del Val y Zulueta, Raphael (curial cardinal). Typed lettercard signed. Migazzi, Cristoforo. LS. Pacca, Bartolomeo. ALS. Paul VI. Visiting card with photo portrait signed, as archbishop. Paul VI. Printed Easter card with autogr. greetings signed. 1960, as cardinal. Paul VI. TLS. 1951, with his civil name. Paul VI. TLS. 1952, with his civil name. Paul VI. TLS. 1954, as archbishop of Milan. Paul VI. TLS. 1955, as archbishop of Milan. Paul VI. TLS. 1963, as archbishop of Milan. Paul VI. TLS with his civil name. Paul VI. TLS with his civil name. Paul VI. TLS with his civil name. Paul VI. TLS with his civil name. Paul VI. TLS with his civil name. Paul VI. TLS with his civil name. Paul VI. TPcS with his civil name.


Otto de Grandson

Guglielmo Sirleto


76. Paul VI. Original photo with mounted typed greetings signed, clipped from the end of a letter. No date, not as Pope. 77. Paul VI. Original photo with several typed lines signed. 1948, not as Pope. 78. Philipp of Bavaria (bishop of Regensburg). LS. 1598. 79. Piccolomini, Celio. ALS. 80. Pitra, Jean-Baptiste-Franรงois (cardinal). LS. 1875. 81. Pius VI. Twofold note on a document of the Papal chancery. 1778. 82. Pius VII. Clipping signed. 83. Pius VII. Autogr. note signed. 1817. 84. Pius VII. ALS. 1793, as cardinal. 85. Pius VII. ALS. 1794, as cardinal. 86. Pius VII. ALS. 1808. 87. Pius VII. LS. 1796, as cardinal. 88. Pius VII. LS. 1816. 89. [Pius VII]. Document with various signatures, though not that of Pius. 90. Pius VIII. Bull. 1830. 91. Pius VIII. ALS. 1804, as bishop of Montalto. 92. [Pius IX]. Document with various signatures, though not that of Pius. 1857. 93. Pius IX. Breve signed. Includes signatures by several cardinals. 1874. 94. Pius IX. Bull signed. 1874. 95. Pius IX. Autogr. note signed. 1846. 96. Pius IX. Autogr. decree (1 line) signed. 1863. 97. Pius IX. Autogr. note ( 1 line) signed and dated, 1857. 98. Pius IX. Autogr. note (2 half lines) signed. 1848. 99. Pius IX. Autogr. note (2 half lines) signed. 1857. 100. Pius IX. Autogr. payment instructions signed. 1849. 101. Pius IX. ALS. 1832, as archbishop of Spoleto. 102. Pius IX. ALS. 1833, as archbishop of Imola. 103. Pius IX. ALS. 1844. 104. Pius IX. ALS. 1845. 105. Pius IX. ALS. 1845. 106. Pius IX. ALS. 1864. 107. Pius IX. LS with autogr. note. 1873. 108. Pius IX. LS. 1843, as cardinal. 109. Pius IX. LS. 1856. 110. Pius IX. LS. 1868. 111. Pius IX. LS. 1871; includes an ALS by Johann Baptist Zwerger, prince-bishop of Seckau. 112. Pius IX. LS. 1873. 113. Pius IX. LS. 1873.


Clockwise: Pius VIII, Pius IX, Pius X, Pius XI


114. 115. 116. 117. 118. 119. 120. 121. 122. 123. 124. 125. 126. 127. 128. 129. 130. 131. 132. 133. 134. 135. 136. 137. 138. 139. 140. 141. 142. 143. 144. 145. 146. 147. 148. 149. 150.

Pius IX. Reproduction portrait with autogr. dedication signed. 1870. Pius IX. Portrait with autogr. dedication. Prob. October 1888. Pius IX. Document with autogr. note signed. 1834, as bishop of Imola. [Pius IX]. DS for Pius IX, framed. Pius X. APcS. 1899, as cardinal. Pius X. ALS. 1883, with his civil name. Pius X. ALS. 1893, as bishop of Mantua. Pius X. ALS. 1897, as cardinal. Pius X. ALS. 1900, as cardinal. Pius X. ALS. 1902, as cardinal. Pius X. ALS. 1903, as cardinal. Pius X. ALS. 1903, as cardinal. Pius X. ALS. 1908. Pius X. ALS. 1910. [Pius X]. Document with various signatures, though not that of Pius, but signed by Federico Tedeschini (later curial cardinal). 1913. Pius XI. APcS with his civil name. Pius XI. APcS with his civil name. Pius XI. ALS. 1908, with his civil name, as prefect of the Biblioteca Ambrosiana in Milan. Pius XI. ALS. 1921, as archbishop. Pius XI. ALS with his civil name. Pius XI. ALS with his civil name. Pius XI. ALS with his civil name. Pius XI. ALS with his civil name. Pius XI. LS. 1923. Pius XI. DS. 1913, with his civil name, as prefect of the Biblioteca Ambrosiana in Milan. Pius XII. APcS 1921. Pius XII. APcS 1922. Pius XII. APcS 1922. Pius XII. APcS 1928. Pius XII. Autogr. signature on a payments list for diplomatic representations, as diplomatic nuncio. Pius XII. LS. 1942. Pius XII. LS. 1943. Pius XII. LS. 1946. Pius XII. LS. 1948. Pius XII. LS. 1950. Pius XII. LS. 1950. Pius XII. LS. 1954.


Angelo Maria Querini

Giulio Cesare Segni


151. 152. 153. 154. 155. 156. 157. 158. 159. 160. 161. 162. 163. 164. 165. 166. 167. 168. 169. 170. 171. 172. 173. 174. 175.

Pius XII. TLS. 1925, as diplomatic nuncio. Pius XII. TLS. 1930, as cardinal- secretary of state. Pius XII. TLS. 1930, with his civil name. Pius XII. TLS. 1932, as cardinal. Pius XII. TLS. 1933, as cardinal-secretary of state. Pius XII. TLS. 1934, as cardinal-secretary of state. Pius XII. TLS. 1935, as cardinal-secretary of state. Pius XII. TLS. 1935, as cardinal-secretary of state. Pius XII. TLS. 1935, as cardinal-secretary of state. Pius XII. TLS. 1936, as cardinal-secretary of state. Pius XII. TLS. 1936, as cardinal-secretary of state. Querini, Angelo Maria. ALS. de’ Ricci, Scipione. ALS. de’ Ricci, Scipione. ALS. Sacconi, Carlo (cardinal-bishop and cardinal-dean). DS for Leo XIII. Salviati, Antonmaria. DS. Sega, Filippo. LS. Segni, Giulio Cesare. DS. Sforza, Alessandro. DS. Silvestri, Pietro (cardinal). LS. 1874. Sirleto, Guglielmo. DS. Spina, Giuseppe. ALS. Trevisanato, Giuseppe Luigi (cardinal and Patriarch of Venice). LS. 1873. Vannicelli Casoni, Luigi. LS. 1873. Vannicelli Casoni, Luigi. LS. 1875.

Gasparo Contarini


176. Collection of 20 mediaeval and modern charters, consisting of one dated 1265, five dated 1322–1366, three dated 1458–1599 (including the fragment of a letter and seal of Bishop Philip of Worms), five dated 1600–1660, three dated 1745–1763, and three dated 1805– 1850. Includes 7 additional undated charters. 177. Collection of 10 documents and deeds, mostly 17th and 18th centuries. Includes 5 ff. of unidentified fragments, 5 seals, and 3 ff. stored loosely in a wooden box, as well as the steel engraving of a Madonna.

Ercole Consalvi


Cristoforo Migazzi


Bull of Pope Innocent XII

(cover illustration: Pope Pius VII)

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