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“The Voynich Manuscript”


600 Years of Mystery

The Voynich Manuscript


Facsimile edition limited and numbered worldwide.

224 pages including: five diptychs, three triptychs, one quadriptych and one polyptych of six pages.


Book in original format 6,3 x 9 in

Also includes 10 art prints in the same format for collecting or framing and a rolled parchment.


Now $130 */ After $230
*Last copies at special prices


*Pre-sale shipping time: 8/9 weeks from receipt of order.

*Pre-sale shipping time orders after September 23th, 3/4 weeks

*Orders after December 4th: receive it in a few days



An emperor, an alleged trickster and a magician are the only clues to the origins of the Voynich Manuscript.


It is said that Emperor Rudolf II of Habsburg, a lover of palmistry, obscure sciences and the eccentric, acquired the strange manual in exchange for 600 gold ducats in 1580. John Dee, a magician who claimed to be in constant communication with the angels by means of magic stones, and Edward Kelley, an alchemist and researcher of the occult, of suspicious fame and quite a charlatan, were the ones who negotiated the important sale of one of the strangest codices, if not the strangest, and whose meaning remains a mystery.


It is known that this document dates from the 15th century, that it is written in a language that no one has been able to decipher and that it contains a series of enigmatic images and illustrations.


Astral signs, non-existent flowers and plants, esoteric images and nudes complete a work as attractive as it is mysterious, which caught the attention of a bookseller interested in the unusual and from whom it takes the name by which it is known today.


Voynich got hold of it in 1912, convinced that its indecipherable contents hid the principles for a future revolution in modern science. He discovered it in the Franciscan convent of Mondragone (Italy). From there it traveled to New York, where the antiquarian Hans Peter Kraus acquired it from his heirs for $24,500 with the intention of reselling it. He didn’t succeed and, finally, ended up donating it to Yale University in the mid-1960s.


Its authorship is unknown. It also has no title and is uncapitulated. Although it also lacks a date, carbon-14 analysis has placed it between approximately 1404 and 1434.


Six centuries later, it has not been possible to identify the language used by the anonymous author. Nor is its meaning really known. Some point to the Cosmos, others to botany or obscure sciences. There are skeptics who attribute it to the simple notebook of a madman, but the truth is that its indecipherable condition has attracted the attention of historians, cryptographers, renowned doctors in ancient languages and even NASA scientists.


Our mission is to bring this compendium of secrets to lovers of works that transgress the unusual, as it is an enigma that no technical advance has been able to solve in 600 years.


There has only been one man who managed to get close enough to such a studied codex: Indiana Jones, although his character was fiction, and the movie was pure fantasy.



With this facsimile edition, The Galobart Books and Fosbury Books, a well-known publishing house with experience in publishing jewels in numbered and limited editions, wants to bring this work to all audiences, in a limited edition for the whole world.


This book is a facsimile edition of the original; a numbered, limited, worldwide edition of 6,765 copies.


The interior is printed on an off-white paper that imitates and reproduces the papers of the period and bound in natural pergamenata, like the original.


An elegant slipcase with stamping, which includes, in addition to the book, a numbered and stamped certificate of originality and ten magnificent art prints that reproduce the most spectacular illustrations of the interior, also in limited edition on premium 200 gram Coral Book Ivory for framing or simply collecting and a scrolled partchment reproducing one of the interior triptycs.


The book is accompanied by a bilingual addendum with expert commentary.


Now, we invite you to decipher a manuscript that exudes mystery and is only known to contain 37,919 words written in 25 different characters and accompanied by drawings as beautiful as they are arcane.




224 pages including: five diptychs, three triptychs, one quadriptych and one polyptych of six pages.

Format 16 x 23 cm

224 pages in Coral Book Ivory – 140 g

Cover – Pergamanata Naturale – 110 g



The original facsimile book is delivered inside a three-bladed slipcase crafted in Imperial 5320 ochre brown cloth cover with gold stamping on front cover, with interior in Wibalin verde 553 dark green.



Each book carries a certificate of originality printed on 300 g Coral Book Ivory paper, numbered from 1 to 6765.



Ten art prints selected from the interior are included in 16 x 23 centimeter format on Coral Book Ivory 200 gram paper.



A triptych of the interior is reproduced in 64 x 23 cm format, which comes rolled on 110 g Pergamenata Naturale paper and tied in green satin ribbon



It includes a booklet in which art historians, artists, writers and linguists offer their vision of this special manual. Not only of the mystery it entails, but also of the history and the people who had access to it from the time it was discovered to the present day. The story of a manuscript that has traveled the world and traveled for centuries until it reached your hands.