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        Itala nam tellus Graecia Maior erat. Ovid. 4 Fast.

      Anversa 1595 - Carta storica della Magna Grecia tratta dal "Parergon" di Ortelius, edizione italiana del 1608/1612. Il titolo dell'opera è una citazione da Ovidio, Fasti, IV che recita "La terra ora detta Italia, un tempo era la Magna Grecia". Orientata con l'est in alto, margini graduati ma senza scala metrica di riferimento. Nel cartiglio in alto a destra, la dedicata di Ortelius al suo amico medico Ioachim Camerarius di Norimberga. La mappa, come tutte le carte contenute nel Parergon, è basata su fonti classiche: Tolomeo, Tucidide, Teocrito, Livio, Plinio, Strabone, Cassiodoro ecc. Nel cartiglio, in alto a sinistra, una mappa delle Isole Tremiti, un tempo dette Isole di Diomede. In basso a sinistra, entro cartiglio, la notizia del privilegio decennale:"Hanc Italiæ partem exteriorem sic de:|scribere conabar Abrahamus Ortelius. | cum | Priuilegio decennali, | 1595". Incisione in rame, finemente colorata a mano, testo latino al verso, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Map of Southern Italy from Ortelius' Parergon, Italian edition 1608/1612. The title is from Ovidius, Book 4,Fastorum: "Italy which was once Greater Greece." The map, with the regions of Ancient Greece in Italy, is based on the classical sources: Theocritus, Tolomeus, Plinius, Strabo, Cassidorus etc. Oriented with East at the top. Includes an inset map of the Island ot Tremite, and an inset with the dedication to Ortelius'friend to the most famous lordship Mr. Ioachim Camerarius of Nurnberg, most celebrated physician. In the cartouche at the bottom left: "Hanc Italiæ partem exteriorem sic de:|scribere conabar Abrahamus Ortelius. | cum | Priuilegio decennali, | 1595" i. e.This exterior part of Italy is thus depicted in the records of Abraham Ortelius with a privilege for ten years, 1595 Copper engraving, hand-coloured, Italian text on the verso, in very good condition. M. Van den Broecke "Ortelius Atlas Maps" (2011), n. 210; Koeman/Meurer: 29P, Karrow: 1/204, van der Krogt AN: 7400H:31 M. Van den Broecke "Ortelius Atlas Maps" (2011), n. 210. Dimensioni 482 346mm

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        Geschlechter-Buch. Darinn Der löblichen Kayserlichen Reichs Statt Augspurg so vor Fünffhundert und mehr Jahren hero, daselbst gewohnet, und biß auf Acht abgestorbe[n], auch deren so an der Abgestorbnen statt eingenommen und erhöhet worden seyn. Deßgleichen mit was Personen dieRöm. Käy. May. [et]c. am dritten Augusti, im M.D.XLVIII. Jahre, ein Neu Regiment, von Rath und Gericht, auch alle Empter besetzt hat, sampt eines jeden Geschlechts Wapen, Zeichen, Schilt und Helm, auch Ankunfft und Herkommen, alles mit künstlichen Figuren angezeigt, und allen Kunstliebhabern, jetzt von neuem wiederumb an Tag gegeben.

      Mit Titelholzschnitt (monogrammiert CM), 156 ganzseit. Textholzschnitten, meist von J. Amman (4 monogr. CW), breiter Holzschnittbordüre (monogr. MF) auf dem Zwischentitel und großer Druckermarke am Ende. 1 Bl., 162 S., 1 Bl. - Vorgebunden: Welser, Marx: Chronica Der Weitberuempten Keyserlichen Freyen vnd deß H. Reichs Statt Augspurg in Schwaben/ Von derselben altem Vrsprung/ Schöne/ ... Gebäwen vnnd ... gedenckwürdigen Geschichten in acht vnderschiedliche Capitul ... abgetheilt. 3 Tle. und Anhang. Frankfurt, Egenolffs Erben, 1595-(96). Mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke und zahlr. Textholzschnitten (ohne die doppelblattgr. Kupferstichkarte). 8 Bl., 110, 282, 141 S. (3 weiße Bl. zwischengeb.), 1 Bl., 97 S. Lederband d. Zt. mit Rückenverg., dreiseit. Goldschnitt und zwei intakten Messingschließen. Folio. I. (Mair): Becker 105. Bartsch IX, 191. Lipperheide Rc 4, Anm. Nagler, Monogrammisten, II, 818. Die berühmte Holzschnittfolge stellt die Vertreter der Augsburger Geschlechter in Rüstungen mit ihren Wappen dar. Sie erschien erstmals 1538 (dann 1550 und 1580). Hinter dem Monogramm CW verbirgt sich Christoph Weiditz II., der Sohn des berühmten Hans Weiditz (vgl. Röttinger 19). Die Titelbordüre (S. 55) schnitt Lucas Mayer aus Ammans Werkstatt, der Titelholzschnitt stammt vermutlich von einem unbekannten Formschneider der Schule Jost Ammans (vgl. dazu Nagler IV, 1777 und 1699). 1580 gingen die Stöcke in den Besitz des Frankfurter Verlegers Feyerabend über. In dieser Ausgabe ist der Holzschnitt zum Zwischentitel auf Seite drei entfallen. - II. (Welser): rste deutsche Ausgabe. STC 886 (3 Teile). Adams V 361 und 362. VD 16 G 507 und W 1894. Richter 614. Pfister I, 633. Lentner 6597. Dekesel W 6. - Marx Welser war der bedeutendste Gelehrte aus dem bekannten Augsburger Patriziergeschlecht. Der erste Teil des "wichtigen und wertvollen Werks" (Lentner) enthält die deutsche Übersetzung der erstmals 1590 lateinisch erschienenen Chronik. Die anderen beiden Teile bestehen aus der deutschen Ausgabe von Gassers "Annales civitatis Augsburgensis" (übers. von W. Hartmann), die ursprünglich im Reichsgebiet nicht erscheinen durften (vgl. dazu ADB VIII, 397). Im Anhang, "Antiqua monumenta", werden archäologische Funde beschrieben. - Wie meist ohne die Titelei der Teile II (2 Bl.) und III (3 Bl.) die offenbar vom Drucker sporadisch beigegebene Karte ist nur in wenigen Vergleichsexemplaren nachweisbar. ---- Einband etwas beschabt und mit kleineren Wurmspuren. Vorderer Vorsatz mit alten Vermerken und gestempelter Signatur, die letzten 6 Bll. und die hinteren Vorsätze mit starken Wurmspuren und infolgedessen Ausbrüchen, vor allem im unteren Rand (minimaler Bildverlust), mehrere Bl. davor mit nur kleiner Wurmspur, Titel etw. stärker, sonst nur leicht gebräunt, stellenw. im Rand leicht braun- und wasserfleckig.

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        Lettera indirizzata al Conte Guido di Sangiorgio. Datata ''Di Casale li 20 di Marzo 1595''

      1595. 1 pagina in-folio bella grafia cancelleresca con varie firme e sigillo del Duca con stemma e corona in calce. Vincenzo II di Gonzaga, duca di Mantova e Monferrato, indirizza la missiva al Conte Guido Sangiorgio, uno dei più titolati feudatari monferrini, e gli conferisce pieno potere sui territori di Frassineto, Pontestura, Cucaro, Camagna, Isola e Balzola e vieta a chiunque di tagliare alberi o andare a pesca in queste zone, pena il pagamento di un'ammenda di uno scudo. Al verso annotazione notarile. Vincenzo I Gonzaga (Mantova, 21 settembre 1562 ? Mantova, 18 febbraio 1612) era il figlio di Guglielmo duca di Mantova e del Monferrato e di Eleonora d'Austria. Nel 1587 successe al padre nella titolarità dei due ducati.

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        Eglentiers poëtens borst-weringh.Amsterdam, Paulus van Ravesteyn for Jan Evertsz. Cloppenburgh, 1619. 4to. Contemporary vellum.

      Alblas, pp. 50-51; Borst & Verkruijsse, eds., pp. 486-487; Praz, p. 475. First edition, in Dutch, of a remarkable example of the cross-fertilization of English and Dutch literature in the early 17th century. Rodenburgh's Dutch adaption of Sir Philip Sidney's The defence of poesie (1595) and of excerpts from Thomas Wilson's The arte of rhetorique form the theoretical prose core of the present work about poetry and expresses this view as well. Rodenburgh complemented it with a great number of exemplary poems, short verse plays, occasional verse and emblematic poems, both borrowed and original, many published here for the first time.With early notes about the content on an endleaf. With occasional minor stains, mostly in the foot margin, a couple small marginal tears and a few tiny marginal worm holes, but otherwise in very good condition and with generous margins. With the vellum slightly soiled and one headband partly detached, but binding still good. A landmark in the history of Dutch poetry.

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        The high court of justice Or Cromwells new slaughter-house England C.Walker 1651

      The high court of justice. Or Cromwells new slaughter-house in England With the authoritie that constituted and ordained it, arraigned, convicted, and condemned; for usurpation, treason, tyrannie, theft, and murder. Being the III. part of the Historie of independencie: written by the same author. Walker, Clement, 1595-1651., Andrews, Eusebius, [London: s.n.], Printed anno Dom. 1651., 71 pp., size 18.4 x 14.3 cm., as it is.First lifetime edition.Condition: Title page and last page darkend, stained, small tears andsmall missing places to edges. Last page (cover) with damping and rose discoloringBinding started getting looseMany pages with pale damping: to upper edge and to right edge.Several pages with some rose places as a result of damping.Bends to corners. Several pages with some light foxing.I send it EMS Shipping cost to USA $28. Sorry for this misleading but I'm registered on ebay of USA therefore I can not put above more than $18. I send it FROM ISRAEL airmail registered Clement Walker (died 1651) was an English lawyer, official and politician. As a member of the Long Parliament, he became an outspoken critic of the conduct of its affairs, and allied himself to William Prynne. Author of the History of Independency, which as a project with several editions included also his Anarchia Anglicana, he was a strong opponent of religious factionalism, and was imprisoned in the Tower of London, where he died without being brought to trial. He used the pseudonym Theodorus Verax. He was born at Cliffe in Dorset, and is said to have been educated at Christ Church, Oxford, but his name does not appear in the matriculation register. In 1611 he became a student of the Middle Temple, being described as son and heir of Thomas Walker, esq., of Westminster. Before the First English Civil War began, Walker was made usher of the exchequer, an office which he held till February 1650 Walker had an estate at Charterhouse, Somerset, and was reputed to be an enemy to Puritans; but on the outbreak of the war he supported the parliamentary cause, and on 1 April 1643 became a member of the parliamentary committee for Somerset. He was advocate to the court-martial which condemned Robert Yeomans and George Bouchier (Bowyer) for seeking to betray Bristol to Prince Rupert, and was at first a strong supporter of Colonel Nathaniel Fiennes as governor of that city. After the surrender of Bristol by Fiennes to Prince Rupert, Walker became his most bitter enemy, co-operated with William Prynne in publishing pamphlets against him, and finally secured his condemnation by a court-martial. One of these pamphlets[1] was complained of by William Fiennes, 1st Viscount Saye and Sele, father of Colonel Fiennes, to the House of Lords, on the ground that it impugned his reputation. Walker was consequently arrested, brought before the house, fined £100, and ordered to pay £500 damages to Lord Say. He refused to make the submission that was also demanded, alleging that it was against the liberty of the subject, and that, as he was a commoner and a member of a committee appointed by the House of Commons, he ought not to be judged by the lords without being heard also by the lower house. He was sent to the Tower (7 October 1643), but released on bail (3 November) after he had petitioned the commons and caused his articles against Fiennes to be presented to them. Walker was elected member for Wells about the close of 1645, and made himself notorious by his hostility to the Independents. After the triumph of the army over the Presbyterians he was accused of being one of the instigators of the London riots of 20 July 1647. Walker denied this; he described himself in his writings as opposed to all factions, both presbyterians and independents, and never a member of any 'juntos' or secret meetings. In his Mystery of the Two Juntos, published in 1647, he attacked with acrimony the corruption of parliamentary government which the Long Parliament's assumption of all power had produced. Expulsion and death In December 1648 Walker was one of the members who voted the king's concessions sufficient ground for an agreement with him, and was consequently expelled from the house by Pride's Purge. He remained under arrest for about a month, which did not prevent him from publishing a protest against the king's trial. On the publication of the second part of his History of Independency, Parliament ordered Walker's arrest and the seizure of his papers (24 October 1649). A few days later (13 November) he was committed to the Tower to be tried for high treason.Walker was never brought to trial, but remained a prisoner in the Tower until his death in October 1651. He was buried in the church of All Hallows, Barking. The History of Independency Walker's major work was a composite, consisting of: The Mystery of the two Juntos, Presbyterian and Independent, 1647 (reprinted as a preface to the History of Independency);The History of Independency, with the Rise, Growth, and Practices of that powerful and restless Faction, 1648, (part i.);A List of the Names of the Members of the House of Commons, observing which are Officers of the Army contrary to the Self-denying Ordinance, 1648 (subsequently incorporated in part i. of the History of Independency.);A Declaration and Protestation of W. Prynne and C. Walker against the Proceedings of the General and General Council of the Army, 1649, and Six serious Queries concerning the King's Trial (both reprinted in the second part of the History of Independency).;Anarchia Anglicana, or the History of Independency, the second part, 1649;The High Court of Justice, or Cromwell's New Slaughter House in England, being the third part of the " History of Independency," written by the same Author, 1651. The History of Independency and Anarchia Anglicana were published under the pseudonym of Theodorus Verax. One particular aim of the work was to show up the Anglia Rediviva of 1647, by Joshua Sprigge (and perhaps others), as myth-making in its account of the civil war just ended.[2] The Anarchia was answered by George Wither in Respublica Anglicana, where he alleges that the author is Verax (truth-telling) on the title-page but not in the others. According to John Aubrey, who derived his information from one of Walker's fellow prisoners, Walker wrote a continuation of his 'History' giving an account of the king's coming to Worcester, which was lost.[3] A fourth part of the History was added by a certain T. M., who published it with the preceding three parts in one volume (1661). In this volume is Walker's often quoted criticism of the democrats of the English civil war, in reference to spreading an awareness of meritocracy and the workings of government: "They have made the people thereby so curious and arrogant that they will never find humility enough to submit to a civil rule." An abridgment in Latin of part of the History of Independency, entitled Historia Independentiae, is included in Sylloge Variorum Tractatuum, 1649, and in Metamorphosis Anglorum, 1653.  

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        Orationes Aeschinis et Demosthenis. In Ctesiphontem et de corana seu pro Ctesiphonte. Cum interpretatione Dionysii Lambini.

      Ingolstadt, David Sartorius, 1595. 8°. Mit Holzschn.-Titelvignette. 6 Bll., (1) 464 (1) S., Blindgepr. Schweinsldr.-Bd. d. Zt. a. 4 Bünden, Vorderdeckel m. den goldgepr. Initialen „C. D.“ sowie der Jahreszahl „1604“, einer (von 2) Schließe u. dreiseitigem Rotschnitt. Hübsche griechisch-lateinische Parallelausgabe der griechischen Redner Aeschines und Demosthenes. - Der schöne zeitgenössische Einband etw. berieben u. fleckig. Vorderdeckel mit dem gestoch. Exlibris des Regensburger Bischofs Sebastian Denichius von 1672. Titel m. entferntem Besitzvermerk (min. Papierfehlstellen ohne Textverlust). Hinteres Vorsatzbl. u. hinterer Innendeckel m. Federproben. Vereinzelte Wurmspuren u. tlw. leicht gebräunt. - VD16, A 401; IA 100.911; Stalla 1766; Versand D: 12,00 EUR Aeschines et Demosthenes, Orationes Aeschinis et Demosthenis. In Ctesiphontem et de corana seu pro Ctesiphonte. Cum interpretatione Dionysii Lambini

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        Holy Land - Abraham Ortelius, 1595.

      HOLY LAND WITH THE WANDERINGS OF ABRAHAM IN BEAUTIFUL ORIGINAL COLOUR?Abrahami Patriarchae peregrinatio, et vita?. Copper engraving published by Abraham Ortelius as part of his Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, in the (rare) Latin edition of 1595. Beautiful original hand colouring. Size: 35,3 x 46,6 cm.During the sixteenth century in the Low Countries, while Gerard Mercator was the preeminent cartographical innovator and draftsman, his friend and rival Abraham Ortelius became the most important map and atlas publisher. Ortelius? atlas Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, revolutionised geographical publishing. As he expanded it in subsequent editions, he included a number of maps important to the history of mapping the Holy Land; one of which being this beautiful map surrounded by vignettes of the life of the Patriarch Abraham.The map became part of the expanding supplement of historical maps, entitled the Parergon, that Ortelius appended to his atlas of modern maps. Largely the work of the master himself, the maps in the Parergon, and this one in particular, are the best engravings that reflect the widespread sixteenth-century interest in classical geography.Territorial divisions on the map are taken from the story Abraham in Genesis. Ancient tribal names are preserved in the regions of the Philistines, Amelechites, Jebusites, Cenezites, and Gergesites. The cities of Sodom and Gomorrah still thrive along the southern Jordan in the ?Valley of the Forest of Salt?, which was to become the Dead Sea. An inset shows the stages of the wanderings of Abraham, from Ur of the Chaldees, the lower Euphrates Valley, to Shechem, Bethel, Damascus, Egypt, and Hebron.In keeping with the title and biblical theme of the engraving, twenty-two medallions depicting scenes from the life of Abraham leaving Ur, sacrificing on the newly built altars at Shechem and Bethel, receiving the promise of the land, the birth of Isaac, the expulsion of Hagar, the sacrifice of Isaac, and the burials of Sarah and Abraham.The Wanderings of Abraham is among the most elaborate of Ortelius? compositions. It demonstrates his combined skills as a cartographer and an artist, and his accomplishment as an historian. Ortelius imaginatively enlivened the earliest period of biblical history for the readers of his Parergon.Price: ?2.950,- (excl VAT/BTW).

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        Groningen - Braun & Hogenberg, ca. 1595.

      DE STAD GRONINGEN IN 16DE-EEUW?Groninga? In de tijd met de hand gekleurde kopergravure uit de Civitates Orbis Terrarum, ca. 1595 gemaakt door Georg Braun en Franz Hogenberg. Afm. (prent) ca. 32 x 44 cm.De Civitates orbis terrarum wordt beschouwd als de vroegste systematische stedenatlas. Hoewel het geen echte voorlopers had, bleek het werk direct in een behoefte te voorzien, omdat het sociale, politieke en economische leven van die periode zich afspeelde in de steden. Het werd een van de bestsellers van de late zestiende eeuw. De zes delen waaruit het werk bestond, verschenen tussen 1572 en 1618; alleen het eerste deel vermeldt echter bovenstaande titel. Georg Braun (1541-1622), kanunnik van de kathedraal van Keulen, schreef het voorwoord bij de eerste vijf delen en ook de begeleidende tekst op de versozijde van de plattegronden en stadsaanzichten. Veel materiaal voor dit stedenboek is afkomstig van de Antwerpse cartograaf Abraham Ortelius. Diens in 1570 verschenen Theatrum orbis terrarum heeft in een aantal opzichten model gestaan voor de Civitates.Simon van den Neuvel (Novellanus), Frans Hogenberg en (zijn zoon?) Abraham Hogenberg graveerden de koperplaten naar ?op bestelling? gemaakte tekeningen van onder anderen de Antwerpse schilder Joris Hoefnagel, zijn zoon Jacob Hoefnagel en Heinrich Rantzau. Niet alle platen in de Civitates zijn echter speciaal voor dit werk gemaakt. Een aantal is nagetekend van reeds bestaande plattegronden en stadsaanzichten, onder meer uit Sebastian M?nsters Cosmographia en Lodovoco Guicciardini?s Descrittione di tutti i Paesi Bassi.In veel gevallen, zoals ook bij de plattegrond van Groningen, zijn de prenten verlevendigd door er menselijke figuren aan toe te voegen. Dit diende een tweeledig doel: niet alleen werd zo de mogelijkheid geboden de gewoontes en kleding van de inwoners te laten zien, het moest ook voorkomen ook dat de Turken tijdens hun veroveringstochten gebruik maakten van de stadsaanzichten, aangezien de Islam het afbeelden van personen niet toestaat.Prijs: ?650,- (incl. lijst).

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        BAYERN. - Karte., "Bavariae, olim Vindeliciae".

      Altkol. Kupferstich von Ortelius nach Philipp Apian, 1595, 39 x 49 cm. Van den Broecke 110. - Mit altkolorierter Kartusche, Meilenzeiger und dem bayerischen Wappen. Oben knapprandig. - Eine der schönsten Altbayernkarten in tadelloser Erhaltung und mit feinen Altkolorit! BAYERN, Landkarten, Oberbayern

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        BAYERN. - Karte. "Bavariae, olim Vindeliciae".

      - Altkol. Kupferstich von Ortelius nach Philipp Apian, 1595, 39 x 49 cm. Van den Broecke 110. - Mit altkolorierter Kartusche, Meilenzeiger und dem bayerischen Wappen. Oben knapprandig. - Eine der schönsten Altbayernkarten in tadelloser Erhaltung und mit feinen Altkolorit!

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        Holy Land - Abraham Ortelius, 1595.

      HOLY LAND WITH THE WANDERINGS OF ABRAHAM IN BEAUTIFUL ORIGINAL COLOUR?Abrahami Patriarchae peregrinatio, et vita?. Copper engraving published by Abraham Ortelius as part of his Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, in the (rare) Latin edition of 1595. Beautiful original hand colouring. Size: 35,3 x 46,6 cm.During the sixteenth century in the Low Countries, while Gerard Mercator was the preeminent cartographical innovator and draftsman, his friend and rival Abraham Ortelius became the most important map and atlas publisher. Ortelius? atlas Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, revolutionised geographical publishing. As he expanded it in subsequent editions, he included a number of maps important to the history of mapping the Holy Land; one of which being this beautiful map surrounded by vignettes of the life of the Patriarch Abraham.The map became part of the expanding supplement of historical maps, entitled the Parergon, that Ortelius appended to his atlas of modern maps. Largely the work of the master himself, the maps in the Parergon, and this one in particular, are the best engravings that reflect the widespread sixteenth-century interest in classical geography.Territorial divisions on the map are taken from the story Abraham in Genesis. Ancient tribal names are preserved in the regions of the Philistines, Amelechites, Jebusites, Cenezites, and Gergesites. The cities of Sodom and Gomorrah still thrive along the southern Jordan in the ?Valley of the Forest of Salt?, which was to become the Dead Sea. An inset shows the stages of the wanderings of Abraham, from Ur of the Chaldees, the lower Euphrates Valley, to Shechem, Bethel, Damascus, Egypt, and Hebron.In keeping with the title and biblical theme of the engraving, twenty-two medallions depicting scenes from the life of Abraham leaving Ur, sacrificing on the newly built altars at Shechem and Bethel, receiving the promise of the land, the birth of Isaac, the expulsion of Hagar, the sacrifice of Isaac, and the burials of Sarah and Abraham.The Wanderings of Abraham is among the most elaborate of Ortelius? compositions. It demonstrates his combined skills as a cartographer and an artist, and his accomplishment as an historian. Ortelius imaginatively enlivened the earliest period of biblical history for the readers of his Parergon.Price: ?2.950,- (excl VAT/BTW).

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        Salisburgensis Jurisdictio Salzburg.

      Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1595. Latin. - Copper engraving. Later colouring. Size: 43 x 34 cm. (17 x 13½ inches) Fine condition, good margins, top edge very slightly worn Ortelius based the map on the map and plan by Marcus Secsnagel, 1551. Braun and Hogenberg also used Secsnagel work. The poem at the top left commemorates him. The map has been drawn as if stretched over a frame, with the edges pinned down, the lower edges have rolled free to reveal the town plan at lower right van den Broecke 107

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        Groningen - Braun & Hogenberg, ca. 1595.

      DE STAD GRONINGEN IN 16DE-EEUW?Groninga? In de tijd met de hand gekleurde kopergravure uit de Civitates Orbis Terrarum, ca. 1595 gemaakt door Georg Braun en Franz Hogenberg. Afm. (prent) ca. 32 x 44 cm.De Civitates orbis terrarum wordt beschouwd als de vroegste systematische stedenatlas. Hoewel het geen echte voorlopers had, bleek het werk direct in een behoefte te voorzien, omdat het sociale, politieke en economische leven van die periode zich afspeelde in de steden. Het werd een van de bestsellers van de late zestiende eeuw. De zes delen waaruit het werk bestond, verschenen tussen 1572 en 1618; alleen het eerste deel vermeldt echter bovenstaande titel. Georg Braun (1541-1622), kanunnik van de kathedraal van Keulen, schreef het voorwoord bij de eerste vijf delen en ook de begeleidende tekst op de versozijde van de plattegronden en stadsaanzichten. Veel materiaal voor dit stedenboek is afkomstig van de Antwerpse cartograaf Abraham Ortelius. Diens in 1570 verschenen Theatrum orbis terrarum heeft in een aantal opzichten model gestaan voor de Civitates.Simon van den Neuvel (Novellanus), Frans Hogenberg en (zijn zoon?) Abraham Hogenberg graveerden de koperplaten naar ?op bestelling? gemaakte tekeningen van onder anderen de Antwerpse schilder Joris Hoefnagel, zijn zoon Jacob Hoefnagel en Heinrich Rantzau. Niet alle platen in de Civitates zijn echter speciaal voor dit werk gemaakt. Een aantal is nagetekend van reeds bestaande plattegronden en stadsaanzichten, onder meer uit Sebastian M?nsters Cosmographia en Lodovoco Guicciardini?s Descrittione di tutti i Paesi Bassi.In veel gevallen, zoals ook bij de plattegrond van Groningen, zijn de prenten verlevendigd door er menselijke figuren aan toe te voegen. Dit diende een tweeledig doel: niet alleen werd zo de mogelijkheid geboden de gewoontes en kleding van de inwoners te laten zien, het moest ook voorkomen ook dat de Turken tijdens hun veroveringstochten gebruik maakten van de stadsaanzichten, aangezien de Islam het afbeelden van personen niet toestaat.Prijs: ?650,- (incl. lijst).

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        Salisburgensis Jurisdictio

      Theatrum Orbis Terrarum., 1595. Latin.. Salzburg. Copper engraving. Later colouring. Fine condition, good margins, top edge very slightly worn Size: 43 x 34 cm. (17 x 13½ inches) Ortelius based the map on the map and plan by Marcus Secsnagel, 1551. Braun and Hogenberg also used Secsnagel work. The poem at the top left commemorates him. The map has been drawn as if stretched over a frame, with the edges pinned down, the lower edges have rolled free to reveal the town plan at lower right

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        De vita S. Udalrici Augustanorum Vindelicorum episcopi quae extant. Pleraque antehac nunquam edita. (Herausgegeben von Marcus Welser).

      Augsburg "ad insigne pinus" 1595 - 263 S. Mit Druckermarke auf dem Titel und gefalteter Stammtafel. 4° (20,5 x 16,5 cm). Modernes Pergament mit Rückenschild. Erste Ausgabe der Edition wichtiger Quellen zum Leben des Augsburger Bischofs. Enthält die Viten von Gerhard von Augsburg und Berno von Reichenau, die "Bulla canonisationis", "Inventio et translatio corporis S. Udalrici" und die Stammtafel (unten eingefaltet) "Stemma Kyburgensium comitum". - Etwas wasserrandig (von der unteren Ecke ausgreifend und meist schwach), Titel unten auch leicht fleckig, sonst schön. *VD 16 V 1744. Adams U 13. Potthast 1612. Gewicht (Gramm): 580 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Holy Land - Abraham Ortelius, 1595.

      HOLY LAND WITH THE WANDERINGS OF ABRAHAM IN BEAUTIFUL ORIGINAL COLOUR?Abrahami Patriarchae peregrinatio, et vita?. Copper engraving published by Abraham Ortelius as part of his Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, in the (rare) Latin edition of 1595. Beautiful original hand colouring. Size: 35,3 x 46,6 cm.During the sixteenth century in the Low Countries, while Gerard Mercator was the preeminent cartographical innovator and draftsman, his friend and rival Abraham Ortelius became the most important map and atlas publisher. Ortelius? atlas Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, revolutionised geographical publishing. As he expanded it in subsequent editions, he included a number of maps important to the history of mapping the Holy Land; one of which being this beautiful map surrounded by vignettes of the life of the Patriarch Abraham.The map became part of the expanding supplement of historical maps, entitled the Parergon, that Ortelius appended to his atlas of modern maps. Largely the work of the master himself, the maps in the Parergon, and this one in particular, are the best engravings that reflect the widespread sixteenth-century interest in classical geography.Territorial divisions on the map are taken from the story Abraham in Genesis. Ancient tribal names are preserved in the regions of the Philistines, Amelechites, Jebusites, Cenezites, and Gergesites. The cities of Sodom and Gomorrah still thrive along the southern Jordan in the ?Valley of the Forest of Salt?, which was to become the Dead Sea. An inset shows the stages of the wanderings of Abraham, from Ur of the Chaldees, the lower Euphrates Valley, to Shechem, Bethel, Damascus, Egypt, and Hebron.In keeping with the title and biblical theme of the engraving, twenty-two medallions depicting scenes from the life of Abraham leaving Ur, sacrificing on the newly built altars at Shechem and Bethel, receiving the promise of the land, the birth of Isaac, the expulsion of Hagar, the sacrifice of Isaac, and the burials of Sarah and Abraham.The Wanderings of Abraham is among the most elaborate of Ortelius? compositions. It demonstrates his combined skills as a cartographer and an artist, and his accomplishment as an historian. Ortelius imaginatively enlivened the earliest period of biblical history for the readers of his Parergon.Price: ?2.950,- (excl VAT/BTW).

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        Kreütterbuch, darin underscheidt Namen und Würckung der Kreutter, Stauden, Hecken und Bäumen, mit ihren Früchten, so in Teutschen Landen wachsen . Item von den vier Elementen, zamen und wilden Thieren, auch Vögelen und Fischen, Milch, Käss, Butter, Honig, Wachs, Zucher, Saltz, Brot, Wein, Essig, Oeln, Eyer, Blüt, Schmaltz, Unschlit, allerhand Kochkreutter, Specerey, und Gewürtz. Auch wie alle Speiss und Dranck, Gesunden und Krancken, dargereicht werden sollen .

      Strassburg, Josias Rihel, 1595 - Folio (327 x 207 mm), ff [36] 470 [24], with woodcut portrait, coat-of-arms, and 579 woodcuts all in fine contemporary hand-colouring; a few marginal tears repaired, some slight browning, some heavier offsetting and show-through from the colouring, generally a very good copy in contemporary blind-stamped pigskin over wooden boards, with clasps, a little worn.A copy in contemporary colouring of the final edition of Bock's great herbal, including the Teutsche Speisskammer, a 'gallery' of food and drink preparations, illustrated by 19 woodcuts depicting food gathering and preparation, markets, wine making, etc., by Tobias Stimmer and Christoph Maurer. The Speisskammer was first published in an unillustrated quarto edition in 1550.The first illustrated edition of Bock's herbal was published in 1546, and contained 468 woodcuts (enlarged to 530 in the 1551 German edition) by David Kandel. Kandel for the most part based his woodcuts on those of Fuchs and Brunfels, but some one hundred are entirely original, and include several with charming genre scenes accompanying the plant depictions, many with his initials. In this copy all of the woodcuts are in fine contemporary colouring, using water- and bodycolours, with careful shading of leaves, etc. Interestingly, where the woodcut is based on Fuchs, the colouring follows that of the publisher's coloured edition of Fuchs, which was 'based upon the artist's original coloured drawings made from living specimens' (Blunt). The colouring of the present copy has the points set out by Dr. William T. Stearn (in Bibliography and natural history, Thomas R. Buckman ed., Lawrence, Kansas 1966, pp 3-4) for distinguishing publishe''s colouring in Fuchs from copies coloured privately or later.Bock was one of the 'fathers of German botany', the triumvirate that included Brunfels and Fuchs. As a botanist Bock was their decided superior. He was not shackled to the classical authority of Dioscorides and Pliny, and therefore could recognise new plants without his perception being clouded by supposed classical precedents. He pioneered descriptive botany, giving a detailed developmental history of each plant in its stages of growth, and was the first to discuss plant communities, thus foreshadowing the science of ecology.Nissen BBI 182; Ritter 220; Johnston 138; Wellcome 914

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        Stadtratsmandat - Verbesserung unnd Erl

      Kl.4, 4 Bl. (Bogensignatur A4), Titelholzschnitt, Moderner Kart.-Umschlag, Durchgehend fleckig und einige Marginalen von alter Hand. VD 16 Z 622, Vischer N 50. Am Ende des Textes mit Jahreszahl 1595.

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        Islandia

      Amsterdam Mercator's Heirs 1595 - "Islandia". Orig. copper-engraving after G. Mercator's map of Iceland. Published in Amsterdam by Mercator's heirs, 1595. Orig. old colouring. With ornamental title-cartouche, the scale of map with compass, a sea creature and exploding volcano Hekla. 28,5:44 cm (11 1/4 x 17 1/4 inch.). Koeman I, map 1250:1A, ed. 1:011/12 (1595-1602 Latin) - A very decorative map of Iceland from the first(!) edition of the first "Atlas"(!). Nice copy! [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Florentine Historie. Written in the Italian tongue, by Nicholo Macchiavelli, Citizen and Secretarie of Florence. And translated into English by Thomas Bedingfield Esquire.

      London: Printed by T. C. [Thomas Creede] for W. P. [William Ponsonby], 1595. First edition in English. Quarto, bound in 17th-century style blind stamped vellum boards. Decorated with woodcut engraved ornamental title page and engraved head and tailpieces. In near fine condition with some light browning and wear. Florentine Histories is a historical account by Italian Renaissance political philosopher and writer Niccolo Machiavelli. After the crisis of 1513, with arrests for conspiracy, torture and after being sentenced to house arrest, Machiavelli's relationship with the Medici family passively began to mend itself. If the dedication of Il Principe (1513) to Lorenzo II de' Medici had not any effect, part of the then dominant faction of the Florence was not against him, and instead granted him an appointment. In his letter he deplores of his idle state, offering his precious political experience to the new lord. To sustain that timid request Machiavelli, with a considerably courtier-like spirit, set his Mandragola for the wedding of Lorenzino de' Medici. In 1520, he was invited to Lucca for a mission of a semiprivate character, indicating that the ostracism was to be raised up. At the end of that year, Giulio Cardinal de Medici commissioned him to write a History of Florence. Although this was not exactly the charge he desired, Machiavelli accepted it as the only possible way to come back into the graces of the Medici. The intent of the work, although semi-officially, was to recover the city's charge of historic officiality. The wage for the appointment was not large (57 florins per year, later increased to 100). The finished work was presented officially to Giulio de' Medici, now Pope Clement VII, in the May 1526. The Pope liked the work and rewarded him, albeit moderately, and asked him support in the creation of a national army, on the wake of his theorical work The Art of War, in the preparations for the War of the League of Cognac. However, after the Sack of Rome (1527) and the fall of the Medici government in Florence, Machiavelli's hopes were dashed. Machiavelli would die soon afterwards.

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        Apologie pour Jean Chastel Parisien executandeacute andagrave mort et pour les pandegraveres andamp escholliers de la Societandeacute de Iesus bannis du royaume de France contre larrest de parlement donnandeacute contre eux a Paris le 29 Decembre 1594 par Franandccedilois de Verone Constantin

      

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        Geschichtsblätter (Frakment)

      Hogenberg, (Köln, ca. 1595-1623). Vortitel, 33 (von 410) Kupferstich-Tafeln, blindgeprägter Leder-Einband der Zeit, quart-quer, (Gebrauchsspuren) - Die vorhandenen Tafeln, breitrandig mit starkem klaren Abdruck, zeigen Szenen aus der Geschichte des 16. Jahrhunderts. Krönungen, Enthauptungen, Schlachtszenen, Karte von Paris, seinen Stätten, Schlössern und Dörfern. Tuppenaufmärsche, Folter usw. / Beiliegt ein gestochener Zwischentitel aus Civitales orbis terrarum -

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        Eglentiers poëtens borst-weringh.Amsterdam, Paulus van Ravesteyn for Jan Evertsz. Cloppenburgh, 1619. 4to. Contemporary vellum.

      - Alblas, pp. 50-51; Borst & Verkruijsse, eds., pp. 486-487; Praz, p. 475. First edition, in Dutch, of a remarkable example of the cross-fertilization of English and Dutch literature in the early 17th century. Rodenburgh's Dutch adaption of Sir Philip Sidney's The defence of poesie (1595) and of excerpts from Thomas Wilson's The arte of rhetorique form the theoretical prose core of the present work about poetry and expresses this view as well. Rodenburgh complemented it with a great number of exemplary poems, short verse plays, occasional verse and emblematic poems, both borrowed and original, many published here for the first time.With early notes about the content on an endleaf. With occasional minor stains, mostly in the foot margin, a couple small marginal tears and a few tiny marginal worm holes, but otherwise in very good condition and with generous margins. With the vellum slightly soiled and one headband partly detached, but binding still good. A landmark in the history of Dutch poetry.

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        Ordinanze relative alla circolazione delle monete, alle leggi suntuarie e al controllo della stampa.

      Gio. Iacomo Carlino & Antonio Pace, 1595. I) Philippus Dei gratia rex c. Banno, et comandamento da parte dell'Illustrissimo, Eccellentissimo Sig. Don Giouan de Zunica Conte de Miranda Marchese di Labagnesa,&hellip, Napoli, Giovanni Giacomo Carlino Antonio Pace, 1595.Foglio volante (mm 315 x 210), lievi aloni e bruniture. EDIZIONE ORIGINALE di questa ordinanza, che regola la circolazione di valuta estera all'interno del Regno di Napoli, emanata dal Vicerè Juan Zuniga Conte di Miranda il 30 novembre 1594, nel tentativo, probabilmente, di contrastare la speculazione sui tassi di cambio e di arrestare la perdita di valore della moneta napoletana.Edit16, CNCE74990 (una copia: Biblioteca provinciale Tommaso Stigliani, Matera). II) Philippus Dei gratia rex c. Napoli, Giovanni Giacomo Carlino Antonio Pace, [1596].Foglio volante (mm 310 x 210), 2 cc. Con ampia incisione in legno delle armi di Filippo II di Spagna al recto della prima carta. Aloni diffusi su entrambe le carte.Le prime leggi suntuarie moderne furono emanate dal Regno di Napoli nel 1559, per poi essere riviste numerose volte. Le leggi non riguardano solamente abiti e gioielli, ma anche arredi domestici, carrozze e cavalli (cf. S. Scognamiglio, Il colore della statualità: leggi suntuarie, codici estetici e modelli culturali delle élites nella Napoli della prima età moderna, in: &ldquo,California Italian Studies&rdquo,, 3/1, 2012, p. 18).Non presente in Edit16, F. Mutinelli, ed., Storia arcana ed anneddotica d'Italia, raccontata dai Veneti ambasciatori, Venice, 1855, I, pp. 184-187. III) Philippus Dei gratia rex etc. Napoli, Giovanni Giacomo Carlino Antonio Pace, 1598.Foglio volante (mm 315 x 210 mm). Aloni e bruniture diffuse.Queste due ordinanze, emanate dal Vicerè di Napoli, Enrique de Guzman, Conte di Olivares, regolavano l'emissione e l'utilizzo di banconote e cambiali (9 settembre 1598) e il controllo sulla stampa. La seconda ordinanza (31 agosto 1598), in particolare, vietava l'installazione di macchine da stampa senza un'opportuna licenza, nel tentativo di prevenire la pubblicazione di testi non corretti o proibiti. (cf. L. Giustiniani, Saggio storico-politico sulla tipografia del Regno di Napoli, Napoli, 1793, p. 113, si veda inoltre P. Lopez, Inquisizione, stampa e censura nel Regno di Napoli tra &lsquo,500 e &lsquo,600, Napoli, 1974, p. 165, e A. Lerra, Il libro e la piazza: le storie locali dei Regni di Napoli e Sicilia in età moderna, Manduria, 2004, p. 253).Non presente in Edit16.

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        Daniae Regni typus. Cornelius Antoniades (=Cornelis Anthoniszoon) descripsit / Cimbricae Chersonesi nunc Jutiae descriptio auctore Marco Jordano (2 Karten auf 1 Blatt).

      Antwerpen: Ortelius dat. 1595 - Altkolorierter Kupferstich, zus. 49 x 35 cm. Breitrandig, Prachtexemplar. * * vdB 86; Meurer, Fontes S.104+178. Zwei Karten auf einem Blatt; sehr dekoratives, farbfrisches Blatt in schönem Altkolorit; links die Karte des gesamten Königreichs Dänemark (inkl. Schonen/Südschweden), die auf Olaus Magnus' großer Skandinavienkarte sowie auf der "Caerte van Oostlant" des Anthoniszoon (lat. Antoniades) basiert, rechts die Jütlandkarte (mit Fünen und Nordschleswig) des Mathematikers und Kopenhagener Bürgermeisters Jordanus. An attractive plate in bright contemporary colouring, from Ortelius' Theatrum: two maps appear side-by-side, showing Denmark (after Olaus Magnus and Anthoniszoon) at the left and a detailed depiction of Jutland (after the Copenhagen Mayor Marcus Jordanus) at the right. (Bugeinriß unten sorgfältig unterlegt /tear in the lower fold restaured).

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        Les Bigarrures du Seigneur des Accords [Ensemble] Le Quatrième livre des bigarrures. Apophtegmes du Sr. Gaulard [Ensemble] Les Escraignes Dijonnoises

      Rare 1595 edition, containing 3 specific title pages. The sayings in separate pagination are following the Fourth Book, with the general title in the margin of each page (the streaks ...) and privilege at the end of the Sayings.Full binding shagreen lemon late nineteenth (beautiful skin, near a morocco seventeenth). Back with nerves decorated with florets 5, roulette tail and head. part of title in red morocco. Double framing net on the boards. Indoor Friesland. red edges. Very nice copy. Claude de Montr'oeil & Jean Richer à Paris 1595 in-12 (8x13,7cm) (12f.) 182ff. ; (4f.) 50ff. ; 43ff. (1f.) ; 59ff. relié

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        Discours politiques et militaires du Sieur de la Noue

      Pour Daniel Bellon. New edition, after the original was published in 1587. Beaux culs-de-lamp separation. Full vellum lap of the day. Back three nerves, as in pen. Traces of laces and number of the pen on the second TV. All slices blue. Good copy. Speech compounds when De la Noue was a prisoner of King Philip II in the Netherlands at the castle of Limburg (1580-1585), in quite difficult conditions for five years. The edition comprises 26 different speeches, including the wars of religion, the state of the nobility, military strategy, historical memories, a dissertation on the philosopher's stone ... The book quickly became a classic in the field of militaria and Napoleon the first mentioned later as the Bible of the soldier. This great captain, was nicknamed Bras-de-fer or Bayard Huguenot exiled in Geneva after his release (we exchanged against more illustrious prisoners), he brought his manuscripts which he published and met Theodore Beza. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Pour Daniel Bellon A Lyon 1595 Fort in-16 (8x12,5cm) (32) 1019pp. (36) Sig : ã8 ãã8 A-Z8 Aa-Zz8 Aa-Vv8 relié

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        Rerum chymicarum epistolica forma ad philosophos et medicos [...] liber primus-secundus. 2 parts in 1 vol.

      Frankfurt am Main: Johann Saur & Petrus Kopff, 1595. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. 8vo (164x101 mm). [32], 300, [4]; [32], 615 [1] pp. Signatures: *8 **8 A-T8; ?8 ??8 a-z8 Aa-Pp8 Qq4. Printer's device woodcut to title-page of both parts and leaf T7r of part 1, final blank T8 in part 1 and ??8 in part 2 present. Contemporary vellum, spine titled in manuscript (browned and soiled), red-dyed edges. Internally little browned and spotted throughout, title page with closed tears (without loss of text), leaves *7, *8, **3, A4-5, and C2 with old paper repair at lower margin (affecting text on *8 and A5), small holes in leaves *2, *7, **1, **3, **5, **8, A8, B3-5, B8 and M8 affecting a few letters in **3, **5, B4-5 and B8, small dampstains in margins, occasional paper flaws at lower margin. Still good copy, complete with the two blanks. Old ink stamp "CP" on p.615. ----Adams L639; Ferguson II, pp.32/33; Duveen, p.355; DSB VIII, p.309-12. - Libavius (c.1560-1616) "can be regarded as one of the founders of chemical analysis... his books were used by many adepts of chemistry throughout most of the seventeenth century" (DSB). Despite the breadth of his influence Duveen states all his works are rare. A third part of Rerum chymicarum was published in 1599. Good.

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        Marius Nizolius sive Thesaurus Ciceronianus, post nunquam fatis laudatas operas Basilii Zanchi, Caelii Secundi Curionis, & Marcelli Squarcialupi plumbinensis, magno labore & studio olim mactus

      Sebastianum Henricpetri [Sebastian Heinrich Petri]. Basel edition, supplemented and enriched by Basil Zanchi, Marcello Squarcialupi and Caellii Secundi Curionis. Brand of printer (allegorical scene forge) inset on the title page and large vignette on the back of the last leaf, the same pattern with frame composed of Renaissance allegorical characters. Some initials, a headband and a cul-de-lamp. Lexical Concordance originally published in 1535 under the title Mr. Tullium Ciceronem Observationes in Latin text in two columns of 85 lines. Cardboard posterior shabby: the back is missing. Lined paper margins on the back of the title page. Angular lack filled in sheet 1-2 in upper margin with small affect the text. Some pale foxing, foxing. Browning of paper features German and Swiss papers of that time. Like the Tabula Aurea (gold table) Bergama to the work of Thomas Aquinas, The Thesaurius Ciceronianus is essential to read the huge corpus of vocabulary work of Cicero and indispensable to its study, including teaching. Renaissance found in Cicero's classic, she exhumed the manuscripts and editions abound; it is the Latin author the least controversial and most studied, both in the religious world as civil, hence the need for this lexicon for determining the correct reading his work. "This book, very useful for the understanding of Cicero, first appeared under the title of Observationes in Ciceronem eg Prato Albuini (Brixiae), 1535". (Brunet IV-84). --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Sebastianum Henricpetri [Sebastian Heinrich Petri] Basileae [Bâle] 1595 (20p.) 1626 col. (11p.) in-folio (20,5x33cm) relié

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        Africa ex magna orbis terrae descriptione Gerardi Mercatoris desumpta. Studio & industria G. M. Iunoris

      1595. Questa splendida carta dell'Africa appare per la prima volta nell' Atlas sive Cosmographicae ... di Gerard Mercator, pubblicato postumo nel 1595. Come indicato nel titolo, questa mappa è realizzata dal nipote di Gerard Mercator, Gerard Mercator Jr. che ha desunto le informazioni dalla grande mappa del mondo di suo nonno del 1569. Mercator senior, a sua volta, ha utilizzato come fonti i lavori di Gastaldi e Waldseemuller. Questa mappa ha un alto grado di precisione in particolare lungo la costa che non è stata ineguagliata per tutto il XVI secolo (Klemp). Gran parte delle regioni interne del continente rimanda alla tradizione tolemaica; il fiume Nilo è mostrato con le sue sorgenti nei Lunae Montes. A differenza però di altri cartografi, Mercator non ricorre alle raffigurazioni di animali. L'unica figura nella mappa è quella leggendaria del Prete Gianni, nell'area nordorientale. Il grande cartiglio con il titolo è decorato con dei frutti e due satiri. Incisione su rame, magnifica coloritura coeva, lievi fioriture sui margini bianchi, nel complesso in ottimo stato di conservazione. Questo esemplare è tratto dall'edizione francese dell'Atlas sive Cosmographicae A classic map of Africa. The map first appeared in Gerard Mercator's Atlas sive Cosmographicae..., published posthumously in 1595. As stated in the title, this map is by Gerard Mercator's grandson, Gerard Mercator Jr. He extracted the information for this map from his famous grandfather's large world map of 1569. Mercator also used as sources the Waldseemuller and Gastaldi maps. This map has a high degree of accuracy especially along the coastline that was unsurpassed by any other 16th century cartographer (Klemp). Much of the interior of Africa defers to the traditions of Ptolemy; the Nile river is shown with the two lakes and the Mountains of the Moon across southern Africa. Mercator tried to adhere to a more scientific approach and did not include the numerous beasts of other cartographers. The only figure within Africa is the seated legendary priest-king Prester John in Ethiopia. The cartouche is quite decorative with fruit and two satyrs. This particular map is from a French edition of the Atlas sive Cosmographicae Copper engraving, original colours, in very good condition. Amsterdam Amsterdam Betz #31; Norwich #21; Van der Krogt (Vol. I) #8600:1A. 475 380

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        Britannicarum Insularum Typus

      1595. Decorativa carta geografica delle Isole Britanniche, riferita al tempo degli antichi Romani. La carta, per la prima volta pubblicata da Ortelius nel suo 'Parergon' del 1595, è basta su informazioni geografiche fornite dalla carta murale delle Isole Britanniche di Mercator (1564) e sugli aggiornamenti forniti da Saxton (1579). Le notizie storiche sono invece derivanti dalle fonti calssiche quali Plinio, Tacito, Appiano e Strabone. Esemplare tratto dall'edizione latina dle 1619. Incisione in rame, finemente colorata a mano, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Decorative and rare map of the British Isles in Roman times. The map was first published in the 1595 edition of Ortelius' atlas. The map was made based upon modern information from Mercator's 1564 map of the British Isles, improved by a new outline from Saxton's 1579 map (Meurer p. 197, Karrow 56/16, p. 387-388)nd ancient knowledge from Diodorus, Siculus, Plinius, Appianus, Tacitus, Cæsar and Strabo. The map is filled with ancient place names, Hadrian's Wall, and Wall of Pius (mislabeled Severi Imp. Murus). Richly embellished with three large strapwork cartouches and several sailing vessels. Latin editon of 1619. Copperplate with fine hand colouring, very good condition. Anversa Antwerpen Van den Broecke #192; Shirley, R.W. (BI to 1650) 186, pl.42. 510 370

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        Parvum Theatrum urbium sive Urbium praecipuarum totius orbis brevis et methodica descriptio.

      N. Basse, Frankfurt/M.: 1595 - Frankfurt/M.: N. Basse 1595, 4°. Titel in Rot u. Schwarz, 4 Bll., 365 (recte 369) S., 12 Bll. (Reg.), 67 Holzschnittansichten im Text (davon 2 blattgroß), komplett! Flexibler Orig.-Pergamentband mit blindgeprägten Deckelmedaillons u. Streicheisenlinien (Titel mit altem handschriftl. Besitzvermerk, Bindung gelegentlich gelockert, Innengelenk verstärkt, sonst gut erhalten). * Seltene erste Ausgabe. Bachmann: Städtebilder 14; Adams R 694; Alden 608/145; Borba de Moraes 747; Fauser LXIV; Sabin 73000; STC 745; VD 16,R3024. Da das Saursche deutsche kleine Städtebuch so guten Absatz fand, beschloß Basse, auch ein ähnliches Werk in lateinischer Sprache herauszugeben. Dafür gewann er, da Saur 1593 verstorben war, den Löwener Mathematicus Adrianus Romanus. Zur Illustration benutzte Basse dieselben Holzschnitte wie für Saurs Werk,"mit Ausnahme von Breslau, Osnabrück, Septa und Zürich" (Bachmann). Die schönen, gut abgedruckten halbseitigen Ansichten (Rom und Jerusalem sind blattgroß) zeigen: Augsburg, Braunschweig, Bremen, Breslau, Dresden, Frankenberg/Hessen (Geburtsort des Autors!), Frankfurt/M., Frankfurt/O., Friedberg, Fulda, Hamburg, Heidelberg, Jena, Kassel, Köln, Königsberg, Landshut, Leipzig, Lübeck, Lüneburg, Mainz, Marburg, München, Nürnberg, Osnabrück, Regensburg, Riga, Rostock, Speyer, Straßburg, Trier, Tübingen, Ulm, Wittenberg, Worms, Würzburg etc., ferner Basel, Genf, Genua, London, Prag, Venedig, Wien, Zürich usw. sowie eine Karte von Mittelitalien (Toscana). Insgesamt enthält die vorliegende Ausgabe mehr Stadtansichten als das Saur'sche Pendant. Im Text werden neben Deutschland und Europa auch die damals bedeutenden Städte Asiens, Afrikas und Amerikas behandelt: Bagdad, Medina, Mekka, Aden, Shiraz, Hormuz, Isphahan, Kabul, Goa, Colombo, Singapur, Kanton, Nangking, Osaka; Rabat, Tanger, Oran, Tunis, Tripolis, Alexandria, Kairo, Suez; Mexico, Guadalajara, Havana, San Juan, Santo Domingo, Guatemala, Panama, Cartagena, Pernambuco, Ascension, Lima und Cusco sowie die Länder Florida, Cuba, Brasilien, Yucatan, Peru etc. Titelblatt mit der Holzschnitt-Druckermarke (von Jost Amman: die nackte "Occasio" auf einem Wagenrad stehend). First edition of this collection of short descriptions of more than 1000 cities from all over the then known world. The Frankfurt publisher Nikolaus Basse produced a "Stätte-Buch" with a German text by Abraham Saur in 1587. Owing to its great success, he planned the present Latin edition for a more wide-spread distribution, for which Adrian van Roomen/Romanus (1561-1615, professor for medicine and mathematics at Louvain and Würzburg) wrote the text. The 67 woodcut-illustrations show mostly German towns, but also cities from Portugal, the Low Countries, France, Switzerland, Italy, Constantinople, Jerusalem (the latter full-page). The first three parts deal with Europe, Asia and Africa. Particularly interesting is part four, dealing with the Americas, Nova Francia, Florida, Nova Hispania, Nova Galicia, Civola, Yucatan, Fundura, Cuba, Borichen, Santo Domingo, Jamaica, Nicaragua, Panama, Cartagena, Brazil, Peru etc. With woodcut printer's device on title and 67 halfpage woodcuts. Contemporary vellum. Sprache: deu (Titel mit altem handschriftl. Besitzvermerk, Bindung gelegentlich gelockert, Innengelenk verstärkt, sonst gut erhalten). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Schwäbische Chronick, Worinnen zu finden ist, was sich von Erschaffung der Welt an biß auf das Jahr 1596. in Schwaben, denen benachbarten Gegenden, auch vieler anderer Orten, zugetragen [...]. Aus dem Lateinischen erstmals übersetzt, und mit einer Continuation vom Jahr 1596. biß 1733. auch einem Vollständigen Register versehen [...] Ausgefertiget von Johann Jacob Moser. 2 Bände.

      9 Bl., 912 S., Sp. 913-920, S. 921-963 1 Bl., 738, 81 (recte 95) S., 43 Bl. Fol. (36 x 24 cm). Pergament der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel. Erste deutsche Ausgabe, die lateinische Originalausgabe war 1595-96 in Frankfurt veröffentlicht worden. - Das voluminöse Hauptwerk des Altphilologen Crusius (1526-1607), die erste Gesamtdarstellung schwäbischer Geschichte und bis heute eine grundlegende kultur- und landesgeschichtliche Quelle. Der geborene Franke Crusius (Kraus) war seit 1554 Rektor der Lateinschule in Memmingen bevor er 1559 eine Professur für lateinische und griechische Sprache an der Universität Tübingen erhielt, er gilt als "Vorkämpfer des Philhellenismus in Europa" (NDB III, 433 nach Zachariades). Der Herausgeber Johann Jakob Moser (1701-1785) aus Stuttgart gilt mit Johann Stefan Pütter als der bedeutendste Staatsrechtler des alten Reiches. Neben der Biographie Crusius' und der Fortführung der Chronik bis zur Gegenwart (Band II, S. 485-738) ist besonders seine "Bibliotheca scriptorum de rebus Suevicis" bemerkenswert, eine teils kommentierte Bibliographie "von mehr dann tausend gedruckt- und ungedruckten Schrifften, welche Schwaben gantz oder zum Theil angehen". Petzholdt urteilt: "Ist, obwohl hier und da etwas oberflächlich, doch im Ganzen für ihre Zeit höchst schätzbar" (Bibliotheca bibliographica 819). - Kaum fleckig, Innengelenke mit geringen Wurmspuren. Das Pergament der Einbände etwas fleckig und an den seitlichen Kanten stellenweise von den Deckeln gelöst. Schönes Exemplar. *Heyd 112. NDB III, 433. Schömbs, Moser, 61. Wegele 394.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Christian Strobel]
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        Kupferstich - Karte, v. Mercator, "Palatinatvs Rheni".

      - mit altem Flächenkolorit, 1595, 33,3 x 41,5 Hellwig/Reiniger/Stopp, Nr. 7.1; - 2. Zustand der 1. Ausgabe mit allen Merkmalen ( = 3. Zeile nicht kursiv, Bogensign. G.). Bugfalte restauriert. - Selten !

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Sachsenspiegel. Auffs newe ubersehen, mit Summariis und newe Additionen, so aus gemeinen Keyserrechten und vieler vornemer dieser Lande Doctorn, bericht und Rahtschlegen, auch der Hoffgericht und Schöppenstuel ublichen Rechtsprüchen zusammen bracht, und an den Glossen und Allgeaten vielfeltig gebessert, wie solches stückweis und ordentlich hernach wird angezeiget. Durch den hochgelarten Herrn Christoff Zobel.

      - Leipzig, M. Lantzenberger für V. Vögelin, 1595. Folio. 6 nn., 544 (recte 540) röm. num., 44 nn. Bl. (d.l.w.). Mit blattgroßem Wappenholzschnitt u. wiederholter großer Druckrmarke. Blindgeprägter Schweinsleder d. Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit figürlichen Mittelstücken (Justitia u. Lucretia); signiert "L.B." u. datiert "1603" (gebräunt u. berieben, Bezug an den Ecken aufgeplatzt u. mit 1 Fehlstelle, Schließen fehlen). Fünfte Zobelsche Ausgabe, zugleich die letzte im 16. Jahrhundert erschienene Sachsenspiegelausgabe. - Der Einband mit Platten und Rollen des Meisters L. B. aus Görlitz (Haebler 59, VII für die Justitia-Platte, die sign. Rolle nicht bei Haebler). - VD 16, D 756; Adams S 46; Dreyer 37; Homeyer 28. - Stark gebräunt u. stellenw. etwas wasserfleckig, Titel fingerfleckig. Einige Wurmspuren u. Randläsuren. Je 1 alter Besitzvermerk auf Titel u. Spiegel.

      [Bookseller: Buch & Consult Ulrich Keip]
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        \"Bavariae, olim Vindeliciae\".

       Altkol. Kupferstich von Ortelius nach Philipp Apian, 1595, 39 x 49 cm. Van den Broecke 110. - Mit altkolorierter Kartusche, Meilenzeiger und dem bayerischen Wappen. - Eine der schönsten Altbayernkarten. Mit breitem Rand und besonders schönem Altkolorit! Aufwendig gerahmt. Versand D: 6,00 EUR BAYERN, Landkarten, Oberbayern

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Bierl]
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        Florentini Dominii, Fidelissima et Nova Descriptio

      Antwerp Ortelius Abraham 1595 - "Florentini Dominii, Fidelissima et Nova Descriptio". Orig. copper-engarving after S. Buonsignori's map of the region from 1584. Published in Antweerp by A. Ortelius, 1595. Coloured. With ornamebnatl title-cartouche, a coat-of-arms, the scale of map and 3 ships. 34:46,5 cm (13 1/2 x 18 1/4 inch.). V. d. Broecke 131; Koeman III, map 7205:31, ed. 31:051 (1595 Latin). - A decorative map of the vicinity of Florence.

      [Bookseller: Antikvariat Krenek]
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        Bildnis Cuchein Ollibeag, persischer Gesandter am Prager Hof (1601). Radierung.

      In der Platte signiert, datiert und bezeichnet. Malerischer Druck auf feinem Bütten mit Wasserzeichen "Wappenschild mit Kreuz und Adler. Mit schmalem Rändchen um die volle Einfassungslinie. 19,6 x 13,5 cm. Papier: 19,8 x 13,6 cm.19,7 x 13,6 cm. Hollstein 314 I (von III). - Egidius Sadeler war der berühmteste Kupferstecher am Hof Rudolf II in Prag. Nach einer Lehre bei seinem Onkel in München verbrachte er einige Jahre in Rom und Venedig und kam 1595 nach Prag, wo er 1597 zum Hofkupferstecher ernannt wurde.- Kleiner Einriß am rechten Blattrand und unterere rechte Ecke fachmännisch restauriert. Vorwiegend im Schriftrand wenig fleckig.

      [Bookseller: Kunstantiquariat Joachim Lührs]
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        BAYERN. - Karte., "Bavariae, olim Vindeliciae".

      Altkol. Kupferstich von Ortelius nach Philipp Apian, 1595, 39 x 49 cm. Van den Broecke 110. - Mit altkolorierter Kartusche, Meilenzeiger und dem bayerischen Wappen. - Eine der schönsten Altbayernkarten. Mit breitem Rand und besonders schönem Altkolorit! Aufwendig gerahmt. BAYERN, Landkarten, Oberbayern

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        Kupferstich - Karte, aus Theodor de Bry, "Hispaniae novae sive magnae, recens et vera descriptio. 1595".

      - 1595, 33,5 x 44 cm Klassische Karte von Mexiko, Kopie nach Ortelius; seltener als das Original; allseitig angerändert mit teils ergänzter Einfassungslinie.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Atlas sive cosmographicae meditationes de fabrica mundi et fabricati figura.

      Faksimile-Ausgabe/Reprint der Ausgabe Atlas 1595 mit doppelblattgroßen, farbigen Karten. Beigebunden: eine 31seitige Einführung in Deutsch. Diese Ausgabe erscheint exklusiv für die Freunde des Hauses Coron. Sie ist ausschließlich durch die vom Coron Verlag beauftragten Repräsentanten zu beziehen. ZUSTAND: Prächtige Ausgabe mit einem Einband aus echtem Leder, mittelbraun, mit Blindprägung und goldener Zierprägung im Zentrum des Vorderdeckels. Schnittkanten dreiseitig farbig blau. Den Buchrücken zieren sechs erhabene Bünde, goldene Ornamente und die ebenfalls goldene Titelprägung "Mercatoris Theatrum orbis Terrar 1595". Inklusive der, mit braunem, samtartigem Stoff ausgepolsterten Kassette [Schuber]. Wunderbares Exemplar für Sammler. Weitere Bilder gerne auf Anfrage.

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        Kupferstich - Karte, b. Ortelius, "Aprvtii vlterioris descriptio".

      - 1595, 32,5 x 42 Van den Broecke, Nr. 138. - Mit drei Kartuschen geschmückt mit Rollwerksornamentik. - Ausgabe mit lat. Rückseitentext mit Pag. 84 (= Ausgabe 1595 oder 1609).

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Der Frösche und Mäuse wunderseltsame Hofhaltung Sonst Froschmäußler genannt : Worinnen der ... Jugend/ so zur Welt-Weißheit und andern hochnützlichen Staats-Tugenden bey frühen Jahren pfleget angewehnet zu werden/ umb sich selber zu des gemeinen Besten Nutzen/ zu seiner Zeit zu bedienen ... In Drey Bücher eingetheilet/ Und an sehr vielen Orten ... mercklich verbessert.

      2 Bll., 667 S. Prgt. d. Zt. mit handschriftl. Rückentitel. VD17 23:249165W Dünnhaupt, 3487, 13.13 Goed. II, 509, 3m. - Schön gedruckte, letzte Ausgabe des 17. Jahrhunderts, erstmalig paginiert und ohne die Holzschnitte. Das erstmals 1595 erschienene Tierepos ist das Hauptwerk des Georg Rollenhagen (1542-1609). - "Eine sehr selbständige, einmalige Erscheinung in der deutschen Literatur ... beziehungsreiche Darstellung der Zeitkultur und -geschichte" (HdB 831f).

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski]
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