The cataloguing of all the books in the Mansutti Foundation's library, with illustrations of the covers and brief descriptions of each volume. The book comes with a CD-ROM.
The library contains about 4,000 titles of books about insurance history, published since the 16th century. The collection of this precious literary material began 50 years ago and, since then, has involved a constant search for old books, together with a continuous update on contemporary publications about insurance history. The Mansutti Foundation was set up in Milan in 2004 thanks to the donation made by Francesco Mansutti of his library and historical archive, both of which concentrate on the documented history of insurance, from its beginnings to the present day, from the economic, legal, technical, social and custom point of view. A cultural no-profit institution which has the aim of protecting, exploiting and spreading this contents of the library and archive so that it becomes a benchmark for analysis and research within the sphere of insurance history, thus providing valuable support for scholars of the subject. The cataloguing of all the books in the Mansutti Foundation’s library, with illustrations of the covers and brief descriptions of each volume. The book comes with a CD-ROM containing the charts of all the documents in the library’s collection, published in the 20th century and up to the present day.