Inventory of Carlo Strozzi's estate, 1733 February 15.


Inventory of Carlo Strozzi's estate, 1733 February 15.

Inventory of the movable properties found at the five residences owned by Carlo Strozzi at his death on January 29, 1733. The residences are: Palazzo Nonfinito in Florence on Via del Proconsolo (p.1-37); Villa dello Strozzino, on the Bellosguardo hill in Florence (p. 39-59); the villas at San Casciano (p. 62-75), Lucardo (p. 77-84) and Loppiano (p. 86-92), three country estates serving also as hunting lodges, with quarters for the masters and their guests. The Palazzo Nonfinito was built after plans of the architect Bernardo Buontalenti during the last decade of the 16th century and continued later but never finished. It was acquired by the Tuscan government in 1814; it is now the seat of Museo Nazionale di Antropologia ed Etnologia.

1 v. (98 p.) ; 31 x 23 cm.


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