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         Pascaerte van Groen-Landt. Yslandt, Straet Davids en Ian Mayen eylandt; hoemen de selvige van Hitlandt en de Noortcusten van Schotlandt en Yrlandt beseylen mach.

      Amsterdam. [1660s] The whole sheet 44,5 x 54,5 cm. Plate mark 43 x 53,5 cm. Framed. Original hand colouring. No text at the verso. A couple of minor spots. Cut a few milimeters outside the plate mark. A very nice copy.. A beautiful sea chart of the North Atlantic including England, Ireland Greenland, Iceland and parts of North America. The Jacobz family published sea charts in Amsterdam in the 17th. century. They called themselves Lootsman which means pilot, to separate them selves from others with similar names. Anthoine Jacobz published the "Zeespiegel" in 1643 which was published in several editions in different languages. Jacob Jacobz published "Water Werelt ofte Zee Atlas" in 1666. It was also published in several editions in different languages. The present map is probably from that atlas

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         "Dioecesis Stavangriensis"

      Contemporary hand-coloured engraving, 41x50cm Amsterdam 1643 It shows the Bishopric of Stavanger and the adjacent regions very similar to what Janssonius published four years earlier. It says in the cartouche that it is based on the work by Laurids Clausen Scavenius (1562 - 1626) who was bishop of Stavanger. Second French-text edition: "The text has been re-set and page numbers have now been added for the first time for this French edition of volume one" (Koeman).. Two small marginal wormholes and a weak crease along centerfold. W.B. Ginsberg "Maps and Mapping of Norway 1602 - 1855" Entry 2, BLA 1, Mingroot-Ermen no.29, "Old" Koeman Bl. 19A, Benedicte Gamborg Briså "Northward Bound At The Far Edge Of The World" Nordkappmuseet 2010, page 47 illustrated

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         Danicorum Monumentorum Libri Sex: E spissis antiquitatum tenebris et in Dania ac Norvegia extantibus ruderibus eruti. + Regum Daniæ - Series duplex et Limitum inter Daniam & Sveciam Descriptio. Ex vetustissimo Legum Scanicarum Literis Runicis in membrana exarato Codice eruta. Et Notis illustrata. + Fasti Danici. Universam tempora computandi rationem antiqvitus in Dania et Vicinis Regionibus observatam Libris tribus exhibentes: Ex variis patrie antiqvitatibus et Autoribus fide dignis eruti, ac iun lucem emissi iamqe aucti ab Olao Worm D.

      3 bind i 1. 4to. I: Joachim Moltken, København 1643. 4to. (24)+526+(18) sider. Kobberstukket titelblad (af Simon de Pas) med portræt af Christian IV og det danske kongevåben omgivet af sagnskikkelser. Med talrige træsnit af især runesten - de fleste er efter tegninger af den norske student Jonas Skonsvig. Stort foldet træsnit af det første guldhorn, der blev fundet i 1639. II: Melchior Martzan/Joachim Moltken, København 1642. 36 sider. Dele af teksten er tospaltet i latin og runer, og enkelte steder trykt i rødt. III: Kobberstukket titelblad (af Simon de Pas) med portræt af Christian IV og det danske kongevåben, identisk med titelbladet i I. Med kobberstukket portræt af Ole Worm (Simon de Pas 1626 (fra bogens 1. udgave). (16)+191+(16) sider. Med træskårne illustrationer samt sektion med runer trykt i rødt og sort. Samtidigt pergamentbind.. I: Bibl.Dan.II, 585. Ehrencron-Müller IX, 194. Thesaurus 727. II: Bibl.Dan.III, 23. Ehrencron-Müller IX, 194. Thesaurus 733. III: Bibl. Dan. II,579. Thesaurus II,730. Fiske I,641. Fiske, Runic 83. ** Fint samlingsbind med Ole Worms (1588-1654) banebrydende arbejder om runer. Med værk I, Danicorum Monumentorum, forsøgte Worm at give en fuldstændig fremstilling af de dengang kendte danske runeindskrifter og stiftede dermed videnskaben runologi. Første del giver en oversigt over forskellige slags monumenter, høje og stensætninger fra oldtiden. De næste fem dele beskriver i alt 144 runemindesmærker og indskrifter fordelt over Danmarks landsdele. I flere tilfælde udgør værket den tidligste kilde til nu forsvundne runeindskrifter. Værk II omhandler to danske kongerækker og en beskrivelse af grænserne mellem dansk og svensk i henhold til runehåndskriftet af Skånske Lov. Værk III, Fasti Danici, er en forøget andenudgave af Ole Worms værk om kalendervæsen, især det danske, som udkom første gang i 1626. *** A well-preserved collection of Ole Worm's (1588-1654) pioneering works on runes and the history that could be deducted from runic inscriptions in Denmark. Title I i his major, groundbreaking work on runic inscriptions in Denmark. Ole Worm founded the science of runology, and tried with this work to give a full description of all know runic inscriptions and their location. In many cases this work is the earliest source of now lost inscriptions. The text is in latin and runic, and all the monuments described are reproduced in woodcuts. The book contains a large foldout woodcut reproduction of the one of the golden horns from AD 400-450 - found in 1639 but now unfortunately lost by theft in 1802. Title II discusses to royal Danish genealogical lines rooted in mythology, while title III, Fasti Danici, is the second and enhanced edition of Ole Worm's work on calendars from 1626, offering lots of documentation of medieval Danish runic calendars. Title I and III has numerous quotations in the runic alphabet, and both pieces are adorned with a fine Renaissance-style engraved titlepage, showing the Danish king Christian IV surrounded by Norse mythological figurse. Contemporary vellum binding. A well-preserved copy. Nyere inskription (kollationering af bindet) indsat på indersiden af forpermen. Længere inskription på dansk, med tidlig 1700-tals håndskrift, på bagsiden af forsatsbladet. Nyere nummerstempel nederst på første tekstside

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         Delle vite de' pontefici dal salvator nostro sino a paolo ii... in venetia, appresso il barezzi, 1643.

      Pp. (24) 74, 912. Frontespizio in rosso e nero con stemma centrale inciso ed oltre 200 ritratti in xilografia nel testo. Unito a: PANVINIO ONOFRIO. La cronologia ecclesiastica... tradotta nuovamente dalla lingua latina nell'italiana... In Venetia, appresso il Barezzi, 1643. Pp. (12) 222. Bel marchio tipografico al frontespizio. Due opere in un volume di cm. 24, legatura del tempo in cart. alla rustica con nervi passanti. Un timbro di biblioteca religiosa estinta. Esemplare con poche tracce d'uso, genuino, marginoso ed in ottimpo stato di conservazione. Opera classica e di intramontabile interesse storico.

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         De Re Publica . .. Libri III ... ex Italici Latini facti

      Leiden: Apud Hieronymum de Vogel 1643 Leiden: Apud Hieronymum de Vogel, 1643. "Editio nova prioribus emendatior". 12mo. Engraved additional title page. 420, [24] pp. Contemporary vellum, with manuscript title on spine. Early ownership inscription on title, vellum slightly soiled, otherwise a fine, immaculate copy . Latin translation by J.N. Stupanus of Machiavelli's Discorsi sopra la prima deca de Tito Livio

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         Magnes, sive, de arte magnetica opus tripartitum, quo praeterquam quod universa magnetis natura, eiusque in omnibus artibus & scientijs usus nova methodo explicetur … Edito secunda post romanam multo correctior

      Coloniae Agrippinae [i.e. Cologne]: apud Iodocum Kalcoven. 1643. Small 4to, pp. [28], 797, [39]; engraved title-p., 29 engraved plates, numerous interesting woodcut illustrations in the text; a number of leaves with early ink marginalia; contemporary, if not original drab paste-paper boards; worn and soiled, even uniform toning of the text, occasional mild dampstains; a good, sound copy. Merrill 4, citing the first edition of 1641: "Kircher's Magnes is filled with curiosities, both profound and frivolous. The work does not deal solely with what modern physicists call magnetism. Kircher discusses, for example, the magnetism of the earth and heavenly bodies; the tides; the attraction and repulsion in animals and plants; and the magnetic attraction of music and love. He also explains the practical application of magnetism in medicine, hydraulics, and even in the construction of scientific instruments and toys … The book contains the first use of the word … 'electro-magnetism' p. 640). Kircher's Magnes contains all that was known in his day on electricity and magnetism, forces that even today baffle scientists." Hoover Collection of Mining and Metallurgy, 481.Graesse IV, 21.

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         Magnes Sive De Arte Magnetica Opus Tripartitum, Quo Praeterquam Quod Universa Magnetis Natura, Eiusque In Omnibus Artibus & Scientiis usus nova Methodo explicetur,  viribus quoque & prodigiosis effectibus Magneticarum, aliarumq(ue) abditarum Naturae motionum in Elementis, Lapidibus, Plantis & Animalibus elucescentium, multa hucusque incognita Naturae arcana per Physica, Medica, Chymica, & Mathematica omnis generis experimenta recluduntur

      Jodocus Kalcoven,, 1643.. 17th c. English calf with blind tooling, rebacked with title on red morocco label, some offsetting from leather turn-ins, some minor paper darkening, a very good copy; Contemporary ownership inscriptions: "Robert Pierrepont 1652; and "ex dono Dni Georgii More Liber Guilielmi Cartwright" on f.f.e.p. [See Below.]. 29 (of 30) engraved plates, lacks frontis. , as often, 178 text cuts.. 4to.. Second Edition. ...one of the most interesting works of father Kircher's wonderful and all-embracing scientific genius (or at least industry) and most valuable as a storehouse of all that was known of the magnet at the time...It contains moreover several original observations, i.e. the influence of volcanic eruptions on the magnetic needle, numerous experiments...the first use of the term 'electro-magnetism." Zeitlinger 'Kircher's Magnes is filled with curiosities, both profound and frivolous. The work does not deal solely with what modern physicists call magnetism. Kircher discusses, for example, the magnetism of the earth and heavenly bodies; the tides; the attraction and repulsion in animals and plants; and the magnetic attraction of music and love. He also explains the practical applications of magnetism in medicine, hydraulics, and even in the construction of scientific instruments and toys. In the epilogue Kircher moves from the practical to the metaphysical -- and Aristotelian -- when he discusses the nature and position of God: 'the central magnet of the universe.'...Kircher's Magnes contains all that was known in his day on electricity and magnetism.' Merrill. Kircher's fame was international but he was particularly famous in England where he had several close friends. The contemporary inscriptions and binding of this copy show that it must have passed immediately after printing to his enlightened readership there. The William Cartwright could well be William Cartwright, 1611-1643, dramatist and divine. " The king, who was then at Oxford, being asked why he wore black on the day of Cartwright's funeral, replied that 'since the muses had so much mourned for the loss of such a son it would be a shame for him not to appear in mourning for the loss of such a subject.' Fell said of him, 'Cartwright was the utmost man could come to;' and Ben Jonson declared 'My son Cartwright writes all like a man.' Langbaine gives him this character: 'He was extremely remarkable both for his outward and inward endowments; his body being as handsome as his soul. He was an expert linguist, understanding not only Greek and Latin, but French and Italian, as perfectly as his mother-tongue. He was an excellent orator, and yet an admirable poet.' Lloyd is still more enthusiastic in his praise: 'To have the same person cast his net and catch souls as well in the pulpit as on the stage! 'A miracle of industry and wit, sitting sixteen hours a day at all manner of knowledge, an excellent preacher in whom hallowed fancies and reason grew visions and holy passions, raptures and extasies, and all this at thirty years of age! " DNB VD17 23:255233C. Dunnhaupt (2) III,2331; 5.2. Ferguson I,467. Caillet 5779. Brunet III,667.Thorndike VII,269. Adelung III, 377. Poggendorf I, 1258. Sommervogel IV, 1048. Merrill/BYU, 5.Neville I,722.

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         De Re Publica . .. Libri III ... ex Italici Latini facti

      Leiden: Apud Hieronymum de Vogel, 1643. "Editio nova prioribus emendatior". 12mo. Engraved additional title page. 420, [24] pp. Contemporary vellum, with manuscript title on spine. Early ownership inscription on title, vellum slightly soiled, otherwise a fine, immaculate copy . Latin translation by J.N. Stupanus of Machiavelli's Discorsi sopra la prima deca de Tito Livio

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         Magnes Sive De Arte Magnetica Opus Tripartitum, Quo Praeterquam Quod Universa Magnetis Natura, Eiusque In Omnibus Artibus & Scientiis usus nova Methodo explicetur,  viribus quoque & prodigiosis effectibus Magneticarum, aliarumq(ue) abditarum Naturae motionum in Elementis, Lapidibus, Plantis & Animalibus elucescentium, multa hucusque incognita Naturae arcana per Physica, Medica, Chymica, & Mathematica omnis generis experimenta recluduntur

      Jodocus Kalcoven,, 1643.. 17th c. English calf with blind tooling, rebacked with title on red morocco label, some offsetting from leather turn-ins, some minor paper darkening, a very good copy; Contemporary ownership inscriptions: "Robert Pierrepont 1652; and "ex dono Dni Georgii More Liber Guilielmi Cartwright" on f.f.e.p. [See Below.]. 29 (of 30) engraved plates, lacks frontis. , as often, 178 text cuts.. 4to.. Second Edition. ...one of the most interesting works of father Kircher's wonderful and all-embracing scientific genius (or at least industry) and most valuable as a storehouse of all that was known of the magnet at the time...It contains moreover several original observations, i.e. the influence of volcanic eruptions on the magnetic needle, numerous experiments...the first use of the term 'electro-magnetism." Zeitlinger 'Kircher's Magnes is filled with curiosities, both profound and frivolous. The work does not deal solely with what modern physicists call magnetism. Kircher discusses, for example, the magnetism of the earth and heavenly bodies; the tides; the attraction and repulsion in animals and plants; and the magnetic attraction of music and love. He also explains the practical applications of magnetism in medicine, hydraulics, and even in the construction of scientific instruments and toys. In the epilogue Kircher moves from the practical to the metaphysical -- and Aristotelian -- when he discusses the nature and position of God: 'the central magnet of the universe.'...Kircher's Magnes contains all that was known in his day on electricity and magnetism.' Merrill. Kircher's fame was international but he was particularly famous in England where he had several close friends. The contemporary inscriptions and binding of this copy show that it must have passed immediately after printing to his enlightened readership there. The William Cartwright could well be William Cartwright, 1611-1643, dramatist and divine. " The king, who was then at Oxford, being asked why he wore black on the day of Cartwright's funeral, replied that 'since the muses had so much mourned for the loss of such a son it would be a shame for him not to appear in mourning for the loss of such a subject.' Fell said of him, 'Cartwright was the utmost man could come to;' and Ben Jonson declared 'My son Cartwright writes all like a man.' Langbaine gives him this character: 'He was extremely remarkable both for his outward and inward endowments; his body being as handsome as his soul. He was an expert linguist, understanding not only Greek and Latin, but French and Italian, as perfectly as his mother-tongue. He was an excellent orator, and yet an admirable poet.' Lloyd is still more enthusiastic in his praise: 'To have the same person cast his net and catch souls as well in the pulpit as on the stage! 'A miracle of industry and wit, sitting sixteen hours a day at all manner of knowledge, an excellent preacher in whom hallowed fancies and reason grew visions and holy passions, raptures and extasies, and all this at thirty years of age! " DNB VD17 23:255233C. Dunnhaupt (2) III,2331; 5.2. Ferguson I,467. Caillet 5779. Brunet III,667.Thorndike VII,269. Adelung III, 377. Poggendorf I, 1258. Sommervogel IV, 1048. Merrill/BYU, 5.Neville I,722.

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      2 bind i 1. 4to. I: Joachim Moltken, København 1643. 4to. (24)+526+(18) sider. Kobberstukket titelblad (af Simon de Pas) med portræt af Christian IV og det danske kongevåben omgivet af sagnskikkelser. Med talrige træsnit af især runesten - de fleste er efter tegninger af den norske student Jonas Skonsvig. Stort foldet træsnit af det første guldhorn, der blev fundet i 1639. Planchen repareret i venstre side med lille motivtab. II: Melchior Martzan/Joachim Moltken, København 1642. 36 sider. Dele af teksten er tospaltet i latin og runer, og enkelte steder trykt i rødt. Samt. brunt hellæderbind. Bageste forsats med rifter. Exlibris på bageste forsats. Bindet med småskrammer, men generelt et velbevaret eksemplar af denne statelige bog.. I: Bibl.Dan.II, 585. Ehrencron-Müller IX, 194. Thesaurus 727. II: Bibl.Dan.III, 23. Ehrencron-Müller IX, 194. Thesaurus 733. ** Med værk I, Danicorum Monumentorum, forsøgte Worm at give en fuldstændig fremstilling af de dengang kendte danske runeindskrifter og stiftede dermed videnskaben runologi. Første del giver en oversigt over forskellige slags monumenter, høje og stensætninger fra oldtiden. De næste fem dele beskriver i alt 144 runemindesmærker og indskrifter fordelt over Danmarks landsdele. I flere tilfælde udgør værket den tidligste kilde til nu forsvundne runeindskrifter. Værk II omhandler to danske kongerækker og en beskrivelse af grænserne mellem dansk og svensk i henhold til runehåndskriftet af Skånske Lov. *** A well-preserved collection of Ole Worm's (1588-1654) pioneering works on runes and the history that could be deducted from runic inscriptions in Denmark. Title I i his major, groundbreaking work on runic inscriptions in Denmark. Ole Worm founded the science of runology, and tried with this work to give a full description of all know runic inscriptions and their location. In many cases this work is the earliest source of now lost inscriptions. The text is in latin and runic, and all the monuments described are reproduced in woodcuts. The book contains a large foldout woodcut reproduction of the one of the golden horns from AD 400-450 - found in 1639 but now unfortunately lost by theft in 1802. Title II discusses to royal Danish genealogical lines rooted in mythology

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