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2017-05-01 16:58:22
BLAEU, W.
1571. * Duchy of Glogau, ornated with a large title-cartouche and a small milage scale. Hand colored in outline when published.** Joan Blaeu was the eldest son of Willem Janszoon Blaeu (1571-1638), and was probably born in Alkmaar in the province of Noord-H Secunda cura ac labore confecta A Iona Sculteto Sprotta Silesio. Engraved map of the Duchy of Schlesien [Silesia] seen from the West. 51x42 cm. Amsterdam c. 1660. With two decorative cartouches, one with coat of arms. With an explanatory survey of the sym
Bookseller: Andersens Antikvariat [Glostrup, Denmark]
2017-05-01 06:32:04
Blaeu, Willem Blaeu, Joan
Zustand: siehe Bild Alters-/Gebrauchsspuren Blatt im Ganzen alterungs-/qualitätsbedingt gebräunt,im Falz heller vereinzelt etwas randfleckig insgesamt alters-/gebrauchsgemäss gut erhaltenes Exemplar mit schönem Kolorit. Weitere Details u. Fotos auf Anfrage. - BITTE BEACHTEN: ERHÖHTE VERSANDKOSTEN (Versandkosten bitte vor der Bestellung anfragen oder Bestellbestätigung mit den tatsächlichen Versandkosten abwarten) Die Karte mit dem Titel Comitatus Marchia et Ravensberg (Grafschaften Mark und Ravensberg) stammt aus dem Atlas Theatrum Orbis Terrarum von Willem Blaeu (1571 bis 1638, Amsterdam) und Joan Blaeu (1596 bis 1673, Amsterdam). Dieser Atlas war einer der führenden und populärsten Atlanten der Epoche. Dargestellt wird die Grafschaft Mark zur Zeit des Dreißigjährigen Krieges, wobei Bochum (in der Karte Boeckum geschrieben) etwa in der Kartenmitte liegt. Die Grafschaft erstreckt sich in West-Ost-Richtung vom Niederrhein bis Soest, in Nord-Süd-Richtung von Haltern bis Meinerzhagen. Neben Bochum sind auch die heutigen Stadtteile Ümmingen, Staleicken und Weitmar eingetragen. Die Karte hat etwa den Maßstab 1:275.000. Die Grafschaft Ravensberg (nördlich von Paderborn) ist in einer kleinen Nebenkarte eingeblendet. Altkolorierter Kupferstich. Die Karte zeigt die Grafschaft Mark. Links Insetkarte der Grafschaft Ravensberg. Mittig Titelkartusche mit den Wappen der beiden Grafschaften. Rechts unten Kartusche mit Meilenzeiger sowie einem Landsknecht. Rückseite mit lateinischem Text zu den Grafschaften.
Bookseller: abs Klaas Buch- u. Kunstantiquariat
2017-05-01 06:32:04
BLAEU, Willem
Amsterdam. unbound. Map. Copperplate engraving with hand coloring. Image measures 15.5 x 31". Sheet measures 22 x 33".This map of the historic French region of Alsace focuses on the lower Rhine River. Oriented with north to the right, the map describes a fertile area of France that, due to the many tributaries of the river, has historically been well-known for its wine. Perhaps the lushness of the region can account for the map's, particularly risqué title cartouche, which features two scantily clad women flanking the region's seal. In fact, this image was so indecorous that it led one viewer--perhaps a monk--to censor out the women with black gouache. Professional cleaning, restoration, and enhancement has brought the map back to its intended appearance. Wide top and bottom margins with some tears not affecting the image. Two sheets joined, as issued, with French text on verso. Willem Blaeu (1571-1638) was a prolific Dutch mapmaker who started one of the most famous map publishing firms of the 17th century. It was at this time that the Dutch controlled the map trade, and their ornate and beautiful maps had immense popularity. Blaeu was instrumental in driving this dominance in his lifetime, and this legacy was continued by his sons. Expert repair to center fold and lower left corner chipped. Priced as is.
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2017-04-30 20:40:23
BOEHME, JOHANN (BOEHMUS, JOHANNES).
Anversa, excudebat Ioan. V. Vithagius, sumptibus Vidue & Haeredum Ioannis Stelsij, 1571. In 12esimo, front. entro cornice xil., iniz. xil. ornata da elementi vegetali e floreali, pp. (2), 486, 42 n. n. (le pp. 239, 287, 321, 347, 387 sono paginate per errore 130, 289, 311, 337, 385), (1), leg. originale in p. p. rigida con Autore e titoli manoscritti al dorso. Si descrivono i costumi, la morale e il pensiero delle antiche popolazioni di Europa, Africa e Asia. Dedicatoria al medico Sigismundo Grim. Johann Boehme, detto anche Giovanni Boemo o, dal luogo di nascita (Auby in Baviera, 1435 - 1585), Aubano (Aubanus) scrisse "Omnium gentium mores, leges & ritus ex multis clarissimis rerum scriptoribus..." nel 1520, testo che può essere considerato il primo tentativo sistematico di etnografia, dal momento che si gettano le basi della moderna etnologia. Brunet e Graesse ritengono che la prima traduzione italiana risalga al 1543 ad opera di Lucio Fauno ed edita dal Trammezino (Brunet I, p. 1030; Graesse I, p. 461). Timbretto di appartenza privata alla prima bianca, sono scritti a biro la data volume sul dorso e il nome di appartenenza al verso della prima bianca. Normale patina del tempo, pergamena parzialmente staccata all'interno del dorso, leggeri aloni d'umido alle pagine iniziali e ad alcune finali, ma solo marginali.
Bookseller: BOTTEGHINA D'ARTE GALLERIA KÚPROS [Rosignano Solvay, LI, Italy]
2017-04-30 18:16:42
Lukrez
Kl.8 (11 x 6 cm), gestochenes Titelbl., 168 S., Priv.-Pgt. d. Zt., Handschriftl. Rückentitel, Hinterdeckel grossflächig braunfleckig, Einträge von alter Hand in Tinte auf Vakatseiten nach/vor Vs., Besitzereintrag auf Fussteg des Titelblatts, etw. gebräunt, oft Zeilennummerierungen in Tinte allg. gutes Ex. Willem Janszoon Blaeu (1571-1638 in Amsterdam auch Guilielmus Janssonius Caesius, Guiljelmus Blaeuw, Willem Jansz, Willems Jans Zoon, Guilielmus oder G. Blaeu), niederländischer Kartograf und Verleger.
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej
2017-04-29 13:25:39
PEDRO LÓPEZ PORTOCARRERO / CRISTÓBAL ERASO Y GALINDO
Sevilla 1571 - Materia:Documento antiguo manuscrito del siglo XVI. Écija. Sevilla. Transacciones comerciales. Año, lugar: Sevilla, 1571. Soporte: 2 pliegos doblados en 4 hojas tamaño folio en papel verjurado, de las cuales 6 páginas escritas. Portada de archivo (s. XVIII) cosida al documento a modo de cubiertas. Caligrafía: Letra procesal con reminiscencias cortesanas y renglón inicial en letra capital gótica rotunda. Conservación: Excelente. Buenas tintas, aunque algo oxidadas en las regiones de letra rotunda. Buen papel. Texto claro y de fácil lectura. . Buena apariencia en general. Contenido: "Contrata hecha entre los señores D. Pedro López Portocarrero, Señor de las villas de Chucena (Huelva) y Alcalá de Juana Dorta; y Cristóbal de Eraso, caballero del Orden de Santiago; vecinos de la ciudad de Sevilla, en que se obliga a dicho señor Pedro a vender del citado señor D. Cristóbal unas casas principales en esta ciudad de Écija y calle que va a la Puerta del Puente en precio de 23 ducados. Dos cortijos el uno que se decía de la Palmosa, en término de dicha ciudad de Écija linde el río Guadagenil y la Dehesa de Mochales, del concejo de ella; y el otro dos tercias partes del Cortijo del Villar de Agenjo en dicho término que todo lindaba con tierras de Nuño y de Vacarejo. Y ambos con todas sus pertenencias en precio cada una de las 75 ubadas poco mas o menos que tenían o las que se verificaron por medida de 100 _ declarando ser todo libre de gravamen y tributo pero sujetos y propios de su mayorazgo, por lo que se obligó así mismo de pagar a su costa real facultad para dicha ve … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRERIA MARGARITA DE DIOS
2017-04-26 23:13:08
Kepler, Johannes
4, 5 Bl., 255 S., zahlr. Textabb., OLdr. mit Rückenschild, Min. gebrauchsspurig. Nach intensivem Studium der Daten zur Umlaufbahn des Mars entdeckte Kepler (1571-1630) am 15. Mai 1618 das dritte der nach ihm benannten Gesetze, welches er in dem im Jahr 1619 veröffentlichten Werk Harmonices mundi libri V ("Fünf Bücher zur Harmonik der Welt") erläuterte. Danach ist das Verhältnis des Quadrats der Umlaufzeit T displaystyle T T eines Planeten zur dritten Potenz der großen Halbachse d displaystyle d d seiner Bahnellipse für alle Planeten dasselbe: T 2 / d 3 displaystyle T2/d3 T2 / d3 ist für alle Planeten gleich. Dies ist äquivalent zum dritten Keplerschen Gesetz.Kepler sprach in diesem Werk von einem harmonischen Gesetz. Er glaubte, dass es eine musikalische Harmonie enthülle, die der Schöpfer im Sonnensystem verewige. "Ich fühle mich von einer unaussprechlichen Verzückung ergriffen ob des göttlichen Schauspiels der himmlischen Harmonie. Denn wir sehen hier, wie Gott gleich einem menschlichen Baumeister, der Ordnung und Regel gemäß, an die Grundlegung der Welt herangetreten ist." Keplers Anschauungen entsprachen dem, was heute als anthropisches Prinzip bezeichnet wird. In einem weiteren Manuskript beschrieb er eine Zusammenstellung von Übereinstimmungen zwischen der Bibel und wissenschaftlichen Sachverhalten. Wegen des Drucks der Kirche konnte er diesen Aufsatz nicht veröffentlichen.
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej [Switzerland]
2017-04-26 23:13:08
Kepler, Johannes
Kl.2, 1 Bl., 337 S., zahlr. Textabb., 1 Faltkarte,, OLdr. mit Rückenschild, Min. gebrauchspurig. Kepler (1571-1630) erbte von Tycho Brahe eine Fülle von sehr genauen Datenreihen über die Positionen der Planeten. Die Schwierigkeit war, darin einen Sinn zu erkennen, denn wie das nebenstehende Bild beispielhaft zeigt, sieht es so aus, als würden manche Planeten Schleifen am Himmel vollführen. Das liegt daran, dass die Umlaufbewegungen der anderen Planeten von einer Erde aus betrachtet werden, die selbst die Sonne umkreist.Kepler konzentrierte sich darauf, die Marsbahn zu verstehen, doch zunächst musste er die Bewegung der Erde genau kennen. Dafür brauchte er eine Vermessungslinie. Er benutzte Mars und Sonne als Basislinie, ohne die genaue Umlaufbahn des Mars zu kennen. Auf diese Weise wurden die Positionen der Erde berechnet und von diesen der Umlauf des Mars. So konnte er seine Planetengesetze ohne Kenntnis der genauen Abstände der Planeten von der Sonne ableiten, weil seine geometrische Analyse nur das Verhältnis ihrer Abstände benötigte.Im Gegensatz zu Brahe glaubte Kepler an das heliozentrische System. Ausgehend von diesem Gerüst verbrachte er zwanzig Jahre mit sorgfältigen Versuchen und Überprüfungen, um eine mathematische Beschreibung der Planetenbewegungen zu finden, die zu den beobachteten Daten passt. Nach etwa zehn Jahren fand er die ersten beiden der drei Planetengesetze.Zweites Keplersches GesetzAls Nachfolger Brahes erhielt Kepler vollen Zugang zu dessen Aufzeichnungen. Im Jahr 1600 war das Werk des englischen Arztes William Gilbert De Magnete, Magneticisque Corpo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej
2017-04-26 10:25:47
Giovanni Francesco CAMOCIO (Attivo a Venezia tra 1558 - 1575)
1571. Quest'opera, come era usuale per Camocio e altri editori suoi contemporanei, fu messa in commercio come carta sciolta prima di essere poi inserita nel volume Isole famose, porti, fortezze e terre marittime sottoposte alla Serenissima Signoria di Venetia, ed altri Principi Christiani, et al Signor Turco, nouamente poste in luce. In Venetia alla libreria del segno di San Marco. Di questa circolazione separata dal volume, esistono delle prove prive di numerazione, vendute come fogli sciolti, che si trovano in alcune raccolte lafreriane. Gli esemplari con la numerazione sono, invece, quelli inseriti negli Isolari. Raro primo stato di due. In buono stato di conservazione. THE RARE FIRST STATE of the view od Rhodes by Camocio. In parallel to the IATO assembled in Rome and Venice, the Venetians continued to issue collections in the form of Isolario, expanded to contain plans and bird's-eye-views of towns and fortresses. Like the larger maps of The IATO these smaller ones were first issued for a loose sheet circulation, and then assembled in booklet form for interested customer. This developments suggested by a few surviving copies of a booklet first circulated with a varying number of contents, without title page or date of issue, and later with un undated title page and then with the contents more uniformly arranged and, finally supplied with an engraved consecutive numbering. The booklet usually passes under the name "Isole Famose, porti , fortezze e terre maritime sottoposte alla Ser. Sig. di Venetia" (1571) and bear the Camocio's name as a publisher. Venezia Venice G. To … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2017-04-26 10:25:47
Giovanni Francesco CAMOCIO (Attivo a Venezia tra 1558 - 1575)
1571. Bella carta geografica dell'isola di Lefkada - Santa Maura secondo l'antica denominazione veneziana - con il golfo della Preveza, edita per la prima volta dal Camocio nel celebre 'Isolario'. Il presente esemplare è tratto da all'opera Universus terrarum orbis scriptorum calamo delineatus ... qui de Europae, Asiae, Africae, & Americae regnis, provinciis, populis, civitatibus.... pubblicata a Padova nel 1713, presso Matteo Cadorin, da Raffaello Savonarola, sotto lo pseudonimo di Lasor a Varea (o Varela). L'opera era una sorta di enciclopedia che conteneva notizie sulle varie località del mondo disposte in ordine alfabetico. Incisione su rame, ampi margini, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Map of Lefkada and Gulf of Preveza, first time published by Camocio in the 'Isolario' of 1571. This example is from the later Universus terrarum orbis scriptorum calamo delineatus ... qui de Europae, Asiae, Africae, & Americae regnis, provinciis, populis, civitatibus.... published in Padua in 1713, by Matteo Cadorin. The author, Raffaello Savonarola, published the work under the pseudonym of Lasor a Varea (o Varela). Copper engraving, in very good condition. Venezia Venice
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2017-04-26 09:48:39
Camocio, Giovanni Francesco
Venice Camocio 1571 - "Durazzo antiquamente . citta . di Albania . MDLXXI". Orig. copper-engraving from G. F. Camocio's Isole Famose . Published in Venice by Camocio, 1571. With ornamental title-cartouche and 6 ships. 14,5:18 cm (5 3/4 x 7 inch.). First state of the plate, without the number in the lower right corner. - A rare map of the environs of the city of Durrës. - Giovanni Francesco Camocio (1501-1575) was active as map publisher in Venice between 1558 and 1575. He was one of the most important mapmakers of the La Freri-school.
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2017-04-26 09:48:39
Giovanni Francesco CAMOCIO (Attivo a Venezia tra 1558 - 1575)
1571. Quest'opera, come era usuale per Camocio e altri editori suoi contemporanei, fu messa in commercio come carta sciolta prima di essere poi inserita nel volume Isole famose, porti, fortezze e terre marittime sottoposte alla Serenissima Signoria di Venetia, ed altri Principi Christiani, et al Signor Turco, nouamente poste in luce. In Venetia alla libreria del segno di San Marco. Di questa circolazione separata dal volume, esistono delle prove prive di numerazione, vendute come fogli sciolti, che si trovano in alcune raccolte lafreriane. Gli esemplari con la numerazione sono, invece, quelli inseriti negli Isolari. Raro primo stato di due. In buono stato di conservazione. THE RARE FIRST STATE of the map of the city. In parallel to the IATO assembled in Rome and Venice, the Venetians continued to issue collections in the form of Isolario, expanded to contain plans and bird's-eye-views of towns and fortresses. Like the larger maps of The IATO these smaller ones were first issued for a loose sheet circulation, and then assembled in booklet form for interested customer. This developments suggested by a few surviving copies of a booklet first circulated with a varying number of contents, without title page or date of issue, and later with un undated title page and then with the contents more uniformly arranged and, finally supplied with an engraved consecutive numbering. The booklet usually passes under the name "Isole Famose, porti , fortezze e terre maritime sottoposte alla Ser. Sig. di Venetia" (1571) and bear the Camocio's name as a publisher. Venezia Venice 225 165
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2017-04-26 09:48:39
Giovanni Francesco CAMOCIO (Attivo a Venezia tra 1558 - 1575)
1571. Rara veduta a volo d'uccello che mostra la difesa turca della fortezza di Brazzo di Maina, a Porto Kagio, dall'attacco dei galeoni veneziani. In altro a destra, un cartiglio lasciato bianco. Quest'opera, come era usuale per Camocio e altri editori suoi contemporanei, fu messa in commercio come carta sciolta prima di essere poi inserita nel volume Isole famose, porti, fortezze e terre marittime sottoposte alla Serenissima Signoria di Venetia, ed altri Principi Christiani, et al Signor Turco, nouamente poste in luce. In Venetia alla libreria del segno di San Marco. Di questa circolazione separata dal volume, esistono delle prove prive di numerazione, vendute come fogli sciolti, che si trovano in alcune raccolte lafreriane. Gli esemplari con la numerazione sono, invece, quelli inseriti negli Isolari. Raro primo stato di due. In buono stato di conservazione. THE RARE FIRST STATE of the birds-eye view of the 1570 seige of the Turkish fort of Maini at Porto Kagio by the Maniots, aided by the Venetian navy. In parallel to the IATO assembled in Rome and Venice, the Venetians continued to issue collections in the form of Isolario, expanded to contain plans and bird's-eye-views of towns and fortresses. Like the larger maps of The IATO these smaller ones were first issued for a loose sheet circulation, and then assembled in booklet form for interested customer. This developments suggested by a few surviving copies of a booklet first circulated with a varying number of contents, without title page or date of issue, and later with un undated title page and then with the contents m … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2017-04-26 09:48:39
Camocio, Giovanni Francesco
Venedig, G. F. Camocio,, 1571. Zacharakis, C. G.: A Catalogue of printed Maps of Greece, 3rd edition, #803/2570. - Eine sehr seltene, frühe Ansicht von Vlora an Adriaküste aus Camocios Isole Famose. Gezeigt ist die Stadt mit Küstenverlauf und mehreren venezianischen Galeeren. Mit einer leeren Kartusche und einer Kompassrose. Dieses Blatt ist vom ersten Zustand der Platte gedruckt, ohne die Zahl in der unteren rechten Ecke und ist äußerst selten auf dem Markt zu finden. Zu den begehrtesten kartographischen Arbeiten zählen die Italienischen Atlanten des 16. Jahrhunderts. Neben den sogenannten Lafreri Atlanten, einer individuellen Zusammenstellung von Karten verschiedener Größen, entstanden bei den Venezianischen Verlegern Camocio und Bertelli auch einige Atlanten mit Karten von einheitlicher Größe und Machart. Einer der wichtigsten dieser Atlanten, ist der erstmals 1566 von Camocio herausgegebene Isole Famose porti, fortezze, e terre maritime, eine Zusammenstellung von Karten der Gebiete, welche unter Einfluss der Venezianer standen. Dargestellt wird die Situation während der Belagerung Wiens 1566, sowie die Auseinandersetzung zwischen den Venezianern und Türken im Mittelmeer während der Jahre 1570-1573. Beinhaltet sind vornehmlich Karten der Mittelmeer Küsten, die wichtigsten Inseln, sowie Stadtansichten. Der Atlas wurde zwischen 1566 und 1574 von Camocio ohne Titel herausgegeben, ab 1575 erschien die Kartensammlung, gedruckt von den original Platten, bei Donato Bertelli. - Mit original breiten Rändern, selten, da Blätter aus Camocios Isole Famose zumeist am und in den Platt … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Götzfried Antique Maps [Tettnang, Germany]
2017-04-26 09:48:39
Camocio, Giovanni Francesco
Venice Camocio 1571 - "Valona". Orig. copper-engraving from G. F. Camocio's Isole Famose . Published in Venice by Camocio, 1571. With title-cartouche, ornamental cartouche (blank) and many ships. 15,5:21 cm (6 1/4 x 8 1/4 inch.). First state of the plate, without the number in the lower right corner. - A rare birds-eye-view of Vlorë, a coastal town and municipality in southern Albania. - Giovanni Francesco Camocio (1501-1575) was active as map publisher in Venice between 1558 and 1575. He was one of the most important mapmakers of the La Freri-school.
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2017-04-26 09:48:39
Giovanni Francesco CAMOCIO (Attivo a Venezia tra 1558 - 1575)
1571. Mappa della città di Antivari, odierna Albania. Quest'opera, come era usuale per Camocio e altri editori suoi contemporanei, fu messa in commercio come carta sciolta prima di essere poi inserita nel volume Isole famose, porti, fortezze e terre marittime sottoposte alla Serenissima Signoria di Venetia, ed altri Principi Christiani, et al Signor Turco, nouamente poste in luce. In Venetia alla libreria del segno di San Marco. Di questa circolazione separata dal volume, esistono delle prove prive di numerazione, vendute come fogli sciolti, che si trovano in alcune raccolte lafreriane. Gli esemplari con la numerazione sono, invece, quelli inseriti negli Isolari. Tra il 1560 ed 1575 Camocio pubblicò circa quaranta carte di grande formato e molte furono le carte di piccolo formato pubblicate sciolte tra il 1566 e il 1574, che andarono successivamente a formare il volume noto col nome Isole famose, porti, fortezze e terre marittime sottoposte alla Serenissima Signoria di Venetia, ed altri Principi Christiani, et al Signor Turco, nouamente poste in luce. In Venetia alla libreria del segno di San Marco. Le carte inserite nell'isolario di Camocio hanno la lastra ritoccata e un numero sequenziale aggiunto, mentre le prime prove sono caratterizzate dalla grande qualità di stampa e dall'assenza del numero. A map of Antivari, in Albania. In parallel to the IATO assembled in Rome and Venice, the Venetians continued to issue collections in the form of Isolario, expanded to contain plans and bird's-eye-views of towns and fortresses. Like the larger maps of The IATO these smaller ones w … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2017-04-25 21:19:57
ARISTOTELE
Francesco de' Franceschi, Venezia, 1571. mancanza alla parte bassa del front. che non intacca il testo
Bookseller: libreria minerva [PADOVA, PD, Italy]
2017-04-25 19:15:30
Altkol. Kupferstich aus Braun-Hogenberg, 1571, 32 x 43,5 cm. Fauser 8272. - Bugfalte hinterlegt. Schönes, kräftiges Altkolorit.
Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat [Eurasburg, Germany]
2017-04-25 19:11:04
Altkol. Kupferstich aus Braun-Hogenberg, 1571, 32 x 43,5 cm. Fauser 8272. - Bugfalte hinterlegt. Schönes, kräftiges Altkolorit. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Sachsen und Sachsen-Anhalt
Bookseller: Buch- und Kunstantiquariat [Germany]
2017-04-24 18:39:37
Iustinianus -
Lugduni ( Lyon): Gulielmus Rouillus 1571. Ledereinband d. Zt. m. Rücken- u. Deckelprägung, sowie punziertem Vollgoldschnitt 16°, 1376 S., Besitzvermerk von alter Hand auf Innendeckel. Ecken beschabt. An den Kapitalen gering lädiert mit kleinen Fehlstehllen. Ansonsten sauber u. sehr gut erhalten. Versand D: 2,00 EUR Corpus Iuris Civilis, Rechtsgeschíchte - Jus,
Bookseller: Antiquariat Gallus
2017-04-24 18:39:37
Iustinianus -
Lugduni ( Lyon): Gulielmus Rouillus 1571. Ledereinband d. Zt. m. Rücken- u. Deckelprägung, sowie punziertem Vollgoldschnitt 16°, 1376 S., Besitzvermerk von alter Hand auf Innendeckel. Ecken beschabt. An den Kapitalen gering lädiert mit kleinen Fehlstehllen. Ansonsten sauber u. sehr gut erhalten. Versand D: 4,00 EUR Corpus Iuris Civilis, Rechtsgeschíchte - Jus,
Bookseller: Antiquariat Gallus [Innsbruck, A, Austria]
2017-04-24 15:00:44
Guevara, Antonio di
Venedig, Portonaris, 1571. 48 nn.S., 88 Blatt,4 nn.Bl., 95, Blatt, 2 w.S., 8 nn.S., 114 Blatt, 1 w.S., 8 nn.S., 61 Bl., 1 nn.S, mit einigen Anfangsvignetten, Druckermarke und 2 Textholzschnitten. Moderner Kalb-Kunstledereinband, ca.21x 16,5 cm Stellenweise etwas gebräunt , stellenweise etwas fleckig, stellenweise handschriftliche Anmerkungen und Unterstreichungen, Textholzschnitt teilweise mit Tinte nachgefahren, letztes Blatt (Druckermarke) mit Fehlstellen durch Tintenfrass. Etwa 20 Blatt mit Randläsuren, etwa 6 Blatt hinterlegt (ohne Textverlust). Insgesamt befriedigender Zustand.
Bookseller: Antiquariat, Kunst und Antik im OPUS [Germany]
2017-04-24 14:07:45
Antonio de Guevara
Lyon, Rigaud, nach, 1571. O-Ledereinband mit sieben Bünden, Rückenvergoldung und Titel " Oratoire des Religi", Defektstelle im Rücken, Vorsätze gelockert und etwas leimschattig, ohne Titelblatt, (42 S.) Epistre, Prologues: Sur la premiere partie, Du mystere, Quel estoit le cordeau, Comme le fils de Dieu, (2 S.) Kupfervignete, Stempel "Cartusiae Villenovae" auf Eingangs-Epistre, 855 Seiten mit Holzschnittinitialen, Sonnet von Bernard Malarmey C.D. Vercel, (20 S.) Table des plus singulieres matieres, 8,5 x 12,3 x 3,5 cm. Das Vorwort von Francois de Belle-Forest ist gezeichnet mit: " De Paris, ce 30. De Juillet, 1571". Der barocke Schriftsteller und Prediger "Fray Antonio de Guevara, franciscano, nació en Treceño (Santander) en 1481, y murió en Mondoñedo (Lugo) el 3 de abril de 1545. Obispo, historiador y moralista. Hijo de D. Beltrán de Guevara y Doña Elvira de Noreña y Calderón. En 1493 lo envía su padre a la Corte, pero decepcionado de aquella vida mundana, determinó tornar el hábito franciscano a la edad de veinticuatro años, en la provincia de la Concepción. Fue guardián de Arévalo, de Soria en 1518, y definidor de su provincia el 11 de noviembre de 1520. El 30 del mismo mes y año se encontraba en Villabrágima, portador de unas provisiones imperiales para terminar el conflicto de los comuneros, pero de este encuentro sale «mal tratado y peor servido». En recompensa a su lealtad el Emperador lo nombra predicador real el 4 de octubre de 1521. Acompaña a Carlos V durante su viaje a Inglaterra en junio de 1522, y en mayo de 1523 asiste al Capítulo general de Burgos. Durante l … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Germany]
2017-04-24 11:01:11
Vincentius Quintianus; Bernard Turrisan
Venice] Venetiis: Ex Aldina Bibliotheca, 1571. Vellum Binding. Very Good binding. Relatively early Aldine missal (we find half a dozen copies in OCLC), with the Aldine device on the title page and on leaf O3. Backed in 19th century Vellum with glazed paper over boards; faint title in manuscript on the spine; early paper repair to the margins of the first 4 leaves and last 2 leaves including title page and colophon, no text affected—probably done at the time of binding; light early moisture staining to the bottom corner of the last 25 pages; early owner name on the verso of the colophon has been marked through else clean; lovely strong italic print on very good paper; 4 leaves, [1]-100, [1]; A - O4; appears to collate complete but for lacking the final blank.
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2017-04-23 18:37:19
Giovanni Francesco CAMOCIO (Attivo a Venezia tra 1558 - 1575)
1571. Malgaritin era una fortezza turca nell'interno dell'odierna Albania, a pochi chilometri dalla costa settentrionale di Corfu. Soggetta ad attacchi da parte dell'esercito veneziano rimase turca anche dopo il trattato del 1573. Quest'opera, come era usuale per Camocio e altri editori suoi contemporanei, fu messa in commercio come carta sciolta prima di essere poi inserita nel volume Isole famose, porti, fortezze e terre marittime sottoposte alla Serenissima Signoria di Venetia, ed altri Principi Christiani, et al Signor Turco, nouamente poste in luce. In Venetia alla libreria del segno di San Marco. Di questa circolazione separata dal volume, esistono delle prove prive di numerazione, vendute come fogli sciolti, che si trovano in alcune raccolte lafreriane. Gli esemplari con la numerazione sono, invece, quelli inseriti negli Isolari. Raro primo stato di due. In buono stato di conservazione. THE RARE FIRST STATE of the Turkish town of Malgaritin by Camocio. In parallel to the IATO assembled in Rome and Venice, the Venetians continued to issue collections in the form of Isolario, expanded to contain plans and bird's-eye-views of towns and fortresses. Like the larger maps of The IATO these smaller ones were first issued for a loose sheet circulation, and then assembled in booklet form for interested customer. This developments suggested by a few surviving copies of a booklet first circulated with a varying number of contents, without title page or date of issue, and later with un undated title page and then with the contents more uniformly arranged and, finally supplied wit … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-04-23 18:29:17
Blaeu Willem Janszoon (1571 - 1638 ) Amsterdam
Artist: Blaeu Willem Janszoon ( - 1638 ) Amsterdam; issued in : Amsterdam; date: 1610 1571 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Very good; size (in cm): 38 x 50 - description: Map shows Swizerland with Waadt and the Lake of Geneva and the city of Geneva, Fribourg and partly Bern - vita of the artist: "Joan Guilliemus Blaeu was the eldest son of Willem Janszoon Blaeu (1571-1638), and was probably born in Alkmaar in the province of Noord-Holland in the final years of the 16th century. He was brought up in Amsterdam, and studied law at the University of Leiden before going into partnership with his father in the 1630s. Although his father Willem had cartographic interests, having studied under the Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe and having manufactured globes and instruments, his primary business was as a printer. It was under the control of Joan that the Blaeu printing press achieved lasting fame by moving towards the printing of maps and expanding to become the largest printing press in Europe in the 17th century.By the 1660s the Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (or Atlas Maior as it had became known by this time) had expanded to between 9 and 12 volumes, depending on the language. With over 3,000 text pages and approximately 600 maps, it was the most expensive book money could buy in the later 17th century. The translation of the text from Latin into Dutch, English, German, French, and Spanish for several volumes created enormous work for those involved in typography and letterpress activities. It is estimated that over 80 men must have been employed full-t … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-04-23 18:29:17
Blaeu Willem Janszoon (1571 - 1638 ) Amsterdam
Artist: Blaeu Willem Janszoon ( - 1638 ) Amsterdam; issued in : Amsterdam; date: 1610 1571 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Some restoration at lower centerfold; size (in cm): 38 x 49 - description: Map shows Kroatia with Istria. - vita of the artist: "Joan Guilliemus Blaeu was the eldest son of Willem Janszoon Blaeu (1571-1638), and was probably born in Alkmaar in the province of Noord-Holland in the final years of the 16th century. He was brought up in Amsterdam, and studied law at the University of Leiden before going into partnership with his father in the 1630s. Although his father Willem had cartographic interests, having studied under the Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe and having manufactured globes and instruments, his primary business was as a printer. It was under the control of Joan that the Blaeu printing press achieved lasting fame by moving towards the printing of maps and expanding to become the largest printing press in Europe in the 17th century.By the 1660s the Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (or Atlas Maior as it had became known by this time) had expanded to between 9 and 12 volumes, depending on the language. With over 3,000 text pages and approximately 600 maps, it was the most expensive book money could buy in the later 17th century. The translation of the text from Latin into Dutch, English, German, French, and Spanish for several volumes created enormous work for those involved in typography and letterpress activities. It is estimated that over 80 men must have been employed full-time in the Blaeu printing house in Bloemgracht … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Blaeu Willem Janszoon (1571 - 1638) Amsterdam
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2017-04-23 18:29:17
Blaeu Willem Janszoon (1571 - 1638) Amsterdam
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2017-04-23 18:29:17
Blaeu Willem Janszoon (1571 - 1638 ) Amsterdam
Artist: Blaeu Willem Janszoon ( - 1638 ) Amsterdam; issued in : Amsterdam; date: 1610 1571 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; size (in cm): 44 x 55 - description: Map shows the southwest part of France - vita of the artist: "Joan Guilliemus Blaeu was the eldest son of Willem Janszoon Blaeu (1571-1638), and was probably born in Alkmaar in the province of Noord-Holland in the final years of the 16th century. He was brought up in Amsterdam, and studied law at the University of Leiden before going into partnership with his father in the 1630s. Although his father Willem had cartographic interests, having studied under the Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe and having manufactured globes and instruments, his primary business was as a printer. It was under the control of Joan that the Blaeu printing press achieved lasting fame by moving towards the printing of maps and expanding to become the largest printing press in Europe in the 17th century.By the 1660s the Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (or Atlas Maior as it had became known by this time) had expanded to between 9 and 12 volumes, depending on the language. With over 3,000 text pages and approximately 600 maps, it was the most expensive book money could buy in the later 17th century. The translation of the text from Latin into Dutch, English, German, French, and Spanish for several volumes created enormous work for those involved in typography and letterpress activities. It is estimated that over 80 men must have been employed full-time in the Blaeu printing house in Bloemgracht, not including engravers who worked else … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-04-23 18:29:17
Blaeu Willem Janszoon (1571 - 1638) Amsterdam
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Blaeu Willem Janszoon (1571 - 1638 ) Amsterdam
Artist: Blaeu Willem Janszoon ( - 1638 ) Amsterdam; issued in : Amsterdam; date: 1610 1571 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Lower right margin perfectly restored, centerfold and tear perfectly restored; size (in cm): 37,5 x 50 - description: Map shows the Steiermark from Radkersburg und Graz, Bruck until Völkermarkt - vita of the artist: "Joan Guilliemus Blaeu was the eldest son of Willem Janszoon Blaeu (1571-1638), and was probably born in Alkmaar in the province of Noord-Holland in the final years of the 16th century. He was brought up in Amsterdam, and studied law at the University of Leiden before going into partnership with his father in the 1630s. Although his father Willem had cartographic interests, having studied under the Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe and having manufactured globes and instruments, his primary business was as a printer. It was under the control of Joan that the Blaeu printing press achieved lasting fame by moving towards the printing of maps and expanding to become the largest printing press in Europe in the 17th century.By the 1660s the Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (or Atlas Maior as it had became known by this time) had expanded to between 9 and 12 volumes, depending on the language. With over 3,000 text pages and approximately 600 maps, it was the most expensive book money could buy in the later 17th century. The translation of the text from Latin into Dutch, English, German, French, and Spanish for several volumes created enormous work for those involved in typography and letterpress activities. It is estimated that … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Blaeu Willem Janszoon (1571 - 1638 ) Amsterdam
Artist: Blaeu Willem Janszoon ( - 1638 ) Amsterdam; issued in : Amsterdam; date: 1680 1571 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Very good; size (in cm): 38 x 60 - description: Map shows the lake Geneve with its cities and mountains - vita of the artist: "Joan Guilliemus Blaeu was the eldest son of Willem Janszoon Blaeu (1571-1638), and was probably born in Alkmaar in the province of Noord-Holland in the final years of the 16th century. He was brought up in Amsterdam, and studied law at the University of Leiden before going into partnership with his father in the 1630s. Although his father Willem had cartographic interests, having studied under the Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe and having manufactured globes and instruments, his primary business was as a printer. It was under the control of Joan that the Blaeu printing press achieved lasting fame by moving towards the printing of maps and expanding to become the largest printing press in Europe in the 17th century.By the 1660s the Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (or Atlas Maior as it had became known by this time) had expanded to between 9 and 12 volumes, depending on the language. With over 3,000 text pages and approximately 600 maps, it was the most expensive book money could buy in the later 17th century. The translation of the text from Latin into Dutch, English, German, French, and Spanish for several volumes created enormous work for those involved in typography and letterpress activities. It is estimated that over 80 men must have been employed full-time in the Blaeu printing house in Bloemgracht, … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Blaeu Willem Janszoon (1571 - 1638 ) Amsterdam
Artist: Blaeu Willem Janszoon ( - 1638 ) Amsterdam; issued in : Amsterdam; date: 1618 1571 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Very good; size (in cm): 39 x 51 - description: Map shows total Bavaria - vita of the artist: "Joan Guilliemus Blaeu was the eldest son of Willem Janszoon Blaeu (1571-1638), and was probably born in Alkmaar in the province of Noord-Holland in the final years of the 16th century. He was brought up in Amsterdam, and studied law at the University of Leiden before going into partnership with his father in the 1630s. Although his father Willem had cartographic interests, having studied under the Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe and having manufactured globes and instruments, his primary business was as a printer. It was under the control of Joan that the Blaeu printing press achieved lasting fame by moving towards the printing of maps and expanding to become the largest printing press in Europe in the 17th century.By the 1660s the Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (or Atlas Maior as it had became known by this time) had expanded to between 9 and 12 volumes, depending on the language. With over 3,000 text pages and approximately 600 maps, it was the most expensive book money could buy in the later 17th century. The translation of the text from Latin into Dutch, English, German, French, and Spanish for several volumes created enormous work for those involved in typography and letterpress activities. It is estimated that over 80 men must have been employed full-time in the Blaeu printing house in Bloemgracht, not including engravers who work … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Willem BLAEU Amsterdam, circa 1640. Copper engraving coloured in outline (recent decorative colour, slightly stained in the margins, small hole in the lower right part of the image, otherwise in a good condition), 37 x 48,5 cm.
Decorative map of Peru showing the coastline from Ecuador to the north of Chile. The Blaeu Family: The Leading Cartographers of the 17th Century Willem Jansz Blaeu (1571-1638) was, more than any other figure, responsible for the ascension of Dutch cartography to a globally dominant position. Blaeu, originally from Alkmaar, north of Amsterdam, got his start while serving as an apprentice to the legendary Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe at his observatory of Uranienborg, from 1594 to 1596. Upon Willem’s return to the Netherlands, he started a business making charts, globes and nautical instruments. His timing was impeccable, as the Dutch economy, based on maritime trade, was booming and there was an insatiable demand for high quality sea charts and nautical kit. Notably, in 1596, the Dutch made their first voyage to the East Indies, which led the establishment of the Dutch East India Company in 1602. The VOC would be one of Blaeu’s anchor clients and in 1633 he was appointed the Company’s official hydrographer. Blaeu’s sea atlas of European waters, Het Licht der Zee-vaert (1608) was revolutionary, being the first broadly accurate maritime atlas. He went on to create magnificent wall maps, large-format charts and eventually terrestrial atlases, all decorated with the finest Dutch Baroque artistry. In particular, the Pascaarte van alle de Zecusten van Europa (1621) helped to establish Blaeu’s supremacy in the highly competitive Dutch cartography market. Towards the end of his life, Willem Blaeu published the Atlas Novus (1635), a grand production that would be progressively expan … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Blaeu Willem Janszoon (1571 - 1638) Amsterdam
Artist: BlaeuWillem Janszoon (-1638) Amsterdam; issued in: Amsterdamca1610 1571 - - technic: Copper print ; colorit: original colored ; condition: Some restoration at centerfold ; size in cm : 37,5 x 49 - description: Map shows partly Niedersachsen with the area of Oldenburg - Vita of the artist: Joan Guilliemus Blaeu was the eldest son of Willem Janszoon Blaeu (1571-1638), and was probably born in Alkmaar in the province of Noord-Holland in the final years of the 16th century. He was brought up in Amsterdam, and studied law at the University of Leiden before going into partnership with his father in the 1630s. Although his father Willem had cartographic interests, having studied under the Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe and having manufactured globes and instruments, his primary business was as a printer. It was under the control of Joan that the Blaeu printing press achieved lasting fame by moving towards the printing of maps and expanding to become the largest printing press in Europe in the 17th century.By the 1660s the Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (or Atlas Maior as it had became known by this time) had expanded to between 9 and 12 volumes, depending on the language. With over 3,000 text pages and approximately 600 maps, it was the most expensive book money could buy in the later 17th century. The translation of the text from Latin into Dutch, English, German, French, and Spanish for several volumes created enormous work for those involved in typography and letterpress activities. It is estimated that over 80 men must have been employed full-time in the Blaeu printing house i … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Blaeu Willem Janszoon (1571 - 1638 ) Amsterdam
Artist: Blaeu Willem Janszoon ( - 1638 ) Amsterdam; issued in : Amsterdam; date: 1610 1571 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Very good; size (in cm): 44 x 55 - description: Map shows total Hessen - vita of the artist: "Joan Guilliemus Blaeu was the eldest son of Willem Janszoon Blaeu (1571-1638), and was probably born in Alkmaar in the province of Noord-Holland in the final years of the 16th century. He was brought up in Amsterdam, and studied law at the University of Leiden before going into partnership with his father in the 1630s. Although his father Willem had cartographic interests, having studied under the Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe and having manufactured globes and instruments, his primary business was as a printer. It was under the control of Joan that the Blaeu printing press achieved lasting fame by moving towards the printing of maps and expanding to become the largest printing press in Europe in the 17th century.By the 1660s the Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (or Atlas Maior as it had became known by this time) had expanded to between 9 and 12 volumes, depending on the language. With over 3,000 text pages and approximately 600 maps, it was the most expensive book money could buy in the later 17th century. The translation of the text from Latin into Dutch, English, German, French, and Spanish for several volumes created enormous work for those involved in typography and letterpress activities. It is estimated that over 80 men must have been employed full-time in the Blaeu printing house in Bloemgracht, not including engravers who worke … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Blaeu Willem Janszoon (1571 - 1638 ) Amsterdam
Artist: Blaeu Willem Janszoon ( - 1638 ) Amsterdam; issued in : Amsterdam; date: 1630 1571 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Very good; size (in cm): 41 x 50 - description: Map depicts the area of Mansfeld. - vita of the artist: "Joan Guilliemus Blaeu was the eldest son of Willem Janszoon Blaeu (1571-1638), and was probably born in Alkmaar in the province of Noord-Holland in the final years of the 16th century. He was brought up in Amsterdam, and studied law at the University of Leiden before going into partnership with his father in the 1630s. Although his father Willem had cartographic interests, having studied under the Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe and having manufactured globes and instruments, his primary business was as a printer. It was under the control of Joan that the Blaeu printing press achieved lasting fame by moving towards the printing of maps and expanding to become the largest printing press in Europe in the 17th century.By the 1660s the Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (or Atlas Maior as it had became known by this time) had expanded to between 9 and 12 volumes, depending on the language. With over 3,000 text pages and approximately 600 maps, it was the most expensive book money could buy in the later 17th century. The translation of the text from Latin into Dutch, English, German, French, and Spanish for several volumes created enormous work for those involved in typography and letterpress activities. It is estimated that over 80 men must have been employed full-time in the Blaeu printing house in Bloemgracht, not including engraver … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Blaeu Willem Janszoon (1571 - 1638 ) Amsterdam
Artist: Blaeu Willem Janszoon ( - 1638 ) Amsterdam; issued in : Amsterdam; date: 1640 1571 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Some restoration at centerfold; size (in cm): 38 x 49 - description: Map of the duchy of Milano. - vita of the artist: "Joan Guilliemus Blaeu was the eldest son of Willem Janszoon Blaeu (1571-1638), and was probably born in Alkmaar in the province of Noord-Holland in the final years of the 16th century. He was brought up in Amsterdam, and studied law at the University of Leiden before going into partnership with his father in the 1630s. Although his father Willem had cartographic interests, having studied under the Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe and having manufactured globes and instruments, his primary business was as a printer. It was under the control of Joan that the Blaeu printing press achieved lasting fame by moving towards the printing of maps and expanding to become the largest printing press in Europe in the 17th century.By the 1660s the Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (or Atlas Maior as it had became known by this time) had expanded to between 9 and 12 volumes, depending on the language. With over 3,000 text pages and approximately 600 maps, it was the most expensive book money could buy in the later 17th century. The translation of the text from Latin into Dutch, English, German, French, and Spanish for several volumes created enormous work for those involved in typography and letterpress activities. It is estimated that over 80 men must have been employed full-time in the Blaeu printing house in Bloemgracht, not inc … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Blaeu Willem Janszoon (1571 - 1638 ) Amsterdam
Artist: Blaeu Willem Janszoon ( - 1638 ) Amsterdam; issued in : Amsterdam; date: 1640 1571 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Very good; size (in cm): 45 x 56 - description: Map shows total Hessen. - vita of the artist: "Joan Guilliemus Blaeu was the eldest son of Willem Janszoon Blaeu (1571-1638), and was probably born in Alkmaar in the province of Noord-Holland in the final years of the 16th century. He was brought up in Amsterdam, and studied law at the University of Leiden before going into partnership with his father in the 1630s. Although his father Willem had cartographic interests, having studied under the Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe and having manufactured globes and instruments, his primary business was as a printer. It was under the control of Joan that the Blaeu printing press achieved lasting fame by moving towards the printing of maps and expanding to become the largest printing press in Europe in the 17th century.By the 1660s the Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (or Atlas Maior as it had became known by this time) had expanded to between 9 and 12 volumes, depending on the language. With over 3,000 text pages and approximately 600 maps, it was the most expensive book money could buy in the later 17th century. The translation of the text from Latin into Dutch, English, German, French, and Spanish for several volumes created enormous work for those involved in typography and letterpress activities. It is estimated that over 80 men must have been employed full-time in the Blaeu printing house in Bloemgracht, not including engravers who work … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Blaeu Willem Janszoon (1571 - 1638 ) Amsterdam
Artist: Blaeu Willem Janszoon ( - 1638 ) Amsterdam; issued in : Amsterdam; date: 1635 1571 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: colored; condition: Some restoration at lower centerfold; size (in cm): 40 x 53 - description: Map of Brandenburg with Berlin. - vita of the artist: "Joan Guilliemus Blaeu was the eldest son of Willem Janszoon Blaeu (1571-1638), and was probably born in Alkmaar in the province of Noord-Holland in the final years of the 16th century. He was brought up in Amsterdam, and studied law at the University of Leiden before going into partnership with his father in the 1630s. Although his father Willem had cartographic interests, having studied under the Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe and having manufactured globes and instruments, his primary business was as a printer. It was under the control of Joan that the Blaeu printing press achieved lasting fame by moving towards the printing of maps and expanding to become the largest printing press in Europe in the 17th century.By the 1660s the Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (or Atlas Maior as it had became known by this time) had expanded to between 9 and 12 volumes, depending on the language. With over 3,000 text pages and approximately 600 maps, it was the most expensive book money could buy in the later 17th century. The translation of the text from Latin into Dutch, English, German, French, and Spanish for several volumes created enormous work for those involved in typography and letterpress activities. It is estimated that over 80 men must have been employed full-time in the Blaeu printing house in Bloemgracht, not in … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Blaeu Willem Janszoon (1571 - 1638 ) Amsterdam
Artist: Blaeu Willem Janszoon ( - 1638 ) Amsterdam; issued in : Amsterdam; date: 1610 1571 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Very good; size (in cm): 46 x 54 - description: Map shows the river Dwina on three separated maps - vita of the artist: "Joan Guilliemus Blaeu was the eldest son of Willem Janszoon Blaeu (1571-1638), and was probably born in Alkmaar in the province of Noord-Holland in the final years of the 16th century. He was brought up in Amsterdam, and studied law at the University of Leiden before going into partnership with his father in the 1630s. Although his father Willem had cartographic interests, having studied under the Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe and having manufactured globes and instruments, his primary business was as a printer. It was under the control of Joan that the Blaeu printing press achieved lasting fame by moving towards the printing of maps and expanding to become the largest printing press in Europe in the 17th century.By the 1660s the Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (or Atlas Maior as it had became known by this time) had expanded to between 9 and 12 volumes, depending on the language. With over 3,000 text pages and approximately 600 maps, it was the most expensive book money could buy in the later 17th century. The translation of the text from Latin into Dutch, English, German, French, and Spanish for several volumes created enormous work for those involved in typography and letterpress activities. It is estimated that over 80 men must have been employed full-time in the Blaeu printing house in Bloemgracht, not in … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Blaeu Willem Janszoon (1571 - 1638 ) Amsterdam
Artist: Blaeu Willem Janszoon ( - 1638 ) Amsterdam; issued in : Amsterdam; date: 1665 1571 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Perfect condition; size (in cm): 46,5 x 57 - description: Map shows the observatory of Tycho Braha (Uraniborg) in Öresund, Denemark. From Astronomiae instauratae mechanica (1598).The building was dedicated to Urania, the Muse of Astronomy, and it was named Uraniborg, The Castle of Urania. It was the first custom-built observatory in modern Europe, though not the last to be built without a telescope as its primary instrument. - vita of the artist: "Joan Guilliemus Blaeu was the eldest son of Willem Janszoon Blaeu (1571-1638), and was probably born in Alkmaar in the province of Noord-Holland in the final years of the 16th century. He was brought up in Amsterdam, and studied law at the University of Leiden before going into partnership with his father in the 1630s. Although his father Willem had cartographic interests, having studied under the Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe and having manufactured globes and instruments, his primary business was as a printer. It was under the control of Joan that the Blaeu printing press achieved lasting fame by moving towards the printing of maps and expanding to become the largest printing press in Europe in the 17th century.By the 1660s the Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (or Atlas Maior as it had became known by this time) had expanded to between 9 and 12 volumes, depending on the language. With over 3,000 text pages and approximately 600 maps, it was the most expensive book money could buy in t … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Blaeu Willem Janszoon (1571 - 1638) Amsterdam
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2017-04-23 18:29:17
Blaeu Willem Janszoon (1571 - 1638 ) Amsterdam
Artist: Blaeu Willem Janszoon ( - 1638 ) Amsterdam; issued in : Amsterdam; date: 1650 1571 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Very good; size (in cm): 17 x 25 - description: Map shows Staten Island in the north polar sea - vita of the artist: "Joan Guilliemus Blaeu was the eldest son of Willem Janszoon Blaeu (1571-1638), and was probably born in Alkmaar in the province of Noord-Holland in the final years of the 16th century. He was brought up in Amsterdam, and studied law at the University of Leiden before going into partnership with his father in the 1630s. Although his father Willem had cartographic interests, having studied under the Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe and having manufactured globes and instruments, his primary business was as a printer. It was under the control of Joan that the Blaeu printing press achieved lasting fame by moving towards the printing of maps and expanding to become the largest printing press in Europe in the 17th century.By the 1660s the Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (or Atlas Maior as it had became known by this time) had expanded to between 9 and 12 volumes, depending on the language. With over 3,000 text pages and approximately 600 maps, it was the most expensive book money could buy in the later 17th century. The translation of the text from Latin into Dutch, English, German, French, and Spanish for several volumes created enormous work for those involved in typography and letterpress activities. It is estimated that over 80 men must have been employed full-time in the Blaeu printing house in Bloemgracht, not inclu … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Blaeu Willem Janszoon (1571 - 1638) Amsterdam
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2017-04-23 18:29:17
Willem BLAEU Amsterdam, circa 1640. Copper engraving with colour in outline (recent decorative colour, otherwise in a good condition), 37 x 47,5 cm.
Decorative map of Paraguay, Uruguay, and northern Argentina. The Blaeu Family: The Leading Cartographers of the 17th Century: Willem Jansz Blaeu (1571-1638) was, more than any other figure, responsible for the ascension of Dutch cartography to a globally dominant position. Blaeu, originally from Alkmaar, north of Amsterdam, got his start while serving as an apprentice to the legendary Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe at his observatory of Uranienborg, from 1594 to 1596. Upon Willem’s return to the Netherlands, he started a business making charts, globes and nautical instruments. His timing was impeccable, as the Dutch economy, based on maritime trade, was booming and there was an insatiable demand for high quality sea charts and nautical kit. Notably, in 1596, the Dutch made their first voyage to the East Indies, which led the establishment of the Dutch East India Company in 1602. The VOC would be one of Blaeu’s anchor clients and in 1633 he was appointed the Company’s official hydrographer. Blaeu’s sea atlas of European waters, Het Licht der Zee-vaert (1608) was revolutionary, being the first broadly accurate maritime atlas. He went on to create magnificent wall maps, large-format charts and eventually terrestrial atlases, all decorated with the finest Dutch Baroque artistry. In particular, the Pascaarte van alle de Zecusten van Europa (1621) helped to establish Blaeu’s supremacy in the highly competitive Dutch cartography market. Towards the end of his life, Willem Blaeu published the Atlas Novus (1635), a grand production that would be progressively expanded to include new … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Blaeu Willem Janszoon (1571 - 1638 ) Amsterdam
Artist: Blaeu Willem Janszoon ( - 1638 ) Amsterdam; issued in : Amsterdam; date: 1630 1571 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Very good; size (in cm): 37 x 48 - description: Map shows total Swabia. - vita of the artist: "Joan Guilliemus Blaeu was the eldest son of Willem Janszoon Blaeu (1571-1638), and was probably born in Alkmaar in the province of Noord-Holland in the final years of the 16th century. He was brought up in Amsterdam, and studied law at the University of Leiden before going into partnership with his father in the 1630s. Although his father Willem had cartographic interests, having studied under the Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe and having manufactured globes and instruments, his primary business was as a printer. It was under the control of Joan that the Blaeu printing press achieved lasting fame by moving towards the printing of maps and expanding to become the largest printing press in Europe in the 17th century.By the 1660s the Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (or Atlas Maior as it had became known by this time) had expanded to between 9 and 12 volumes, depending on the language. With over 3,000 text pages and approximately 600 maps, it was the most expensive book money could buy in the later 17th century. The translation of the text from Latin into Dutch, English, German, French, and Spanish for several volumes created enormous work for those involved in typography and letterpress activities. It is estimated that over 80 men must have been employed full-time in the Blaeu printing house in Bloemgracht, not including engravers who work … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-04-23 18:29:17
Blaeu Willem Janszoon (1571 - 1638 ) Amsterdam
Artist: Blaeu Willem Janszoon ( - 1638 ) Amsterdam; issued in : Amsterdam; date: 1640 1571 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: colored; condition: Very good; size (in cm): 38 x 50 - description: Map shows the surrounding of Waldeck in Hessen. - vita of the artist: "Joan Guilliemus Blaeu was the eldest son of Willem Janszoon Blaeu (1571-1638), and was probably born in Alkmaar in the province of Noord-Holland in the final years of the 16th century. He was brought up in Amsterdam, and studied law at the University of Leiden before going into partnership with his father in the 1630s. Although his father Willem had cartographic interests, having studied under the Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe and having manufactured globes and instruments, his primary business was as a printer. It was under the control of Joan that the Blaeu printing press achieved lasting fame by moving towards the printing of maps and expanding to become the largest printing press in Europe in the 17th century.By the 1660s the Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (or Atlas Maior as it had became known by this time) had expanded to between 9 and 12 volumes, depending on the language. With over 3,000 text pages and approximately 600 maps, it was the most expensive book money could buy in the later 17th century. The translation of the text from Latin into Dutch, English, German, French, and Spanish for several volumes created enormous work for those involved in typography and letterpress activities. It is estimated that over 80 men must have been employed full-time in the Blaeu printing house in Bloemgracht, not including eng … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Blaeu Willem Janszoon (1571 - 1638 ) Amsterdam
Artist: Blaeu Willem Janszoon ( - 1638 ) Amsterdam; issued in : Amsterdam; date: 1640 1571 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; size (in cm): 38 x 50 - description: Map depicts the county of Luca. - vita of the artist: "Joan Guilliemus Blaeu was the eldest son of Willem Janszoon Blaeu (1571-1638), and was probably born in Alkmaar in the province of Noord-Holland in the final years of the 16th century. He was brought up in Amsterdam, and studied law at the University of Leiden before going into partnership with his father in the 1630s. Although his father Willem had cartographic interests, having studied under the Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe and having manufactured globes and instruments, his primary business was as a printer. It was under the control of Joan that the Blaeu printing press achieved lasting fame by moving towards the printing of maps and expanding to become the largest printing press in Europe in the 17th century.By the 1660s the Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (or Atlas Maior as it had became known by this time) had expanded to between 9 and 12 volumes, depending on the language. With over 3,000 text pages and approximately 600 maps, it was the most expensive book money could buy in the later 17th century. The translation of the text from Latin into Dutch, English, German, French, and Spanish for several volumes created enormous work for those involved in typography and letterpress activities. It is estimated that over 80 men must have been employed full-time in the Blaeu printing house in Bloemgracht, not including engravers who worked elsewhere, … [Click Below for Full Description]
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