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2012-06-14 13:04:22
(SKENE, Sir John, comp.)
Edinburgh: Robert Waldegrave, 15 Mar, 1597. maid be King Iames the First, and his successours kinges of Scotland: visied, collected and extracted furth of the register. The contentes of this buik, are expremed in the leafe following. Folio (253 × 174 mm). Contemporary panelled calf, rebacked and recornered c. 1800 with gilt spine lettered in the second compartment. Without the additional engraved title and the first leaf of explanatory verses as often; letterpress title trimmed and mounted with some loss to engraved headpiece but no letters; second and third leaves present (sigs. pi4 and a1) similarly trimmed and inlaid; next 11 leaves (sigs. a2–c4) reinforced in gutter and at outer corners not affecting text; occasional paper repairs elsewhere; last two leaves present (sigs. T2–3) with paper repairs at head with some loss of text to 6 lines at head of T2 and 10 lines at head of T3; lacking final leaf (T4). The interpolated section somewhat closely trimmed with occasional loss of catchwords or signatures. Armorial bookplate of George Noble. Rubbed, some staining and spotting, a few pen trials on blank leaves, a well-used copy. First edition. John Skene (c. 1540–1617) had been appointed to a commission in 1592 to review and print acts of parliament and other laws, which resulted in the present work, containing post-1424 statutes. Appended to it is De verborum significatione, with separate title page also dated 1597, the first published dictionary of Scots law. The present volume is expanded by the insertion – after the fifteenth parliament of James VI (1 … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-06-13 18:25:59
Paracelsus, Theophrastus Philippus Aurelius Bombastus von Hohenheim =
Monogrammist BR (J.Th. de Bry), Kupferstich aus J.J.Boissard, Icones virorum illustrium, Frankfurt 1597-99, Kupferstich, 142 x 115 auf 190 x 142 mm; mit kleinem Fleck am Rand, feines Blatt. Unter dem Oval in Latein: Hier ist der, dem das Geheimnis der großen Welt bekannt war, und der sich mit der Kunst des Verstandes den Verstand geben konnte. Die Granatäpfel in den Händen der Faune symbolisieren die verbindung des Bösen mit dem Guten. Philippus Aureolus Theophrastus Rombastus Paracelsus ab Hohenbeim, "auch "Helvetius Eremita" genannt, war 1491 in einem Hause nahe an der über die Sihl führenden Teufelsbrücke, eine Stunde weit von dem berühmten Wallfahrtsorte Maria Einsiedeln (Canton Schwyz), geboren. Sein Vater, der Arzt Wilhelm ab Hohenheim, stammte aus der alten und berühmten schwäbischen Adelsfamilie der Bombaste, die sich von dem adeligen Schloss Hohenheim, dem nachmaligen Esslinger Hof, bei dem Dorfe Pfänningen bei Stuttgart "Bombaste von Hohenheim" nannten. 1502 siedelte er mit seinem Vater nach Villach in Kärnten über, wo letzterer 1534 starb. Er bezog 1506 die Universität zu Basel, gab sich hier besonders chemischen Studien hin, lebte längere Zeit bei dem als Alchemist bekannten TRITHEMIUS, machte dann grössere Reisen durch Europa, hielt sich an verschiedenen Universitäten Studien halber auf und genoss bereits um 1527 wegen seiner Kenntnisse einen solchen Ruf, dass er auf des bekannten Kirchenvaters, seines Landsmannes Oekolampadius Empfehlung als Nachfolger von COPUS 1527 zum Stadtarzt von Basel ernannt wurde. In dieser Eigenschaft trat er in ebenso abenteuerlicher … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiq. F.-D. Söhn - Medicusbooks.Com [Marburg, Germany]
2012-06-13 18:25:59
Paracelsus, Theophrastus Philippus Aurelius Bombastus von Hohenheim
. Monogrammist BR (J.Th. de Bry), Kupferstich aus J.J.Boissard, Icones virorum illustrium, Frankfurt 1597-99, Kupferstich, 142 x 115 auf 201 x 167 mm; sehr frischer Abzug.. Unter dem Oval in Latein: Hier ist der, dem das Geheimnis der großen Welt bekannt war, und der sich mit der Kunst des Verstandes den Verstand geben konnte. - Die Granatäpfel in den Händen der Faune symbolisieren die verbindung des Bösen mit dem Guten. - Philippus Aureolus Theophrastus Rombastus Paracelsus ab Hohenbeim, "auch "Helvetius Eremita" genannt, war 1491 in einem Hause nahe an der über die Sihl führenden Teufelsbrücke, eine Stunde weit von dem berühmten Wallfahrtsorte Maria Einsiedeln (Canton Schwyz), geboren. Sein Vater, der Arzt Wilhelm ab Hohenheim, stammte aus der alten und berühmten schwäbischen Adelsfamilie der Bombaste, die sich von dem adeligen Schloss Hohenheim, dem nachmaligen Esslinger Hof, bei dem Dorfe Pfänningen bei Stuttgart "Bombaste von Hohenheim" nannten. 1502 siedelte er mit seinem Vater nach Villach in Kärnten über, wo letzterer 1534 starb. Er bezog 1506 die Universität zu Basel, gab sich hier besonders chemischen Studien hin, lebte längere Zeit bei dem als Alchemist bekannten TRITHEMIUS, machte dann grössere Reisen durch Europa, hielt sich an verschiedenen Universitäten Studien halber auf und genoss bereits um 1527 wegen seiner Kenntnisse einen solchen Ruf, dass er auf des bekannten Kirchenvaters, seines Landsmannes Oekolampadius Empfehlung als Nachfolger von COPUS 1527 zum Stadtarzt von Basel ernannt wurde. In dieser Eigenschaft trat er in ebenso abenteuerlicher, wie verletz … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-06-09 06:07:08
[CESALPINO, Andrea] / TAURELLO, Nicolaus
Frankfurt: Zacharias Palthenius, 1597. Rare first edition of this commentary on Cesalpino's Quaestionum peripeteticarum (1571) by Nicolai Taurelius, Professor of Medicine and Philosophy in Altdorf, of interest for the contemporary reception of Cesalpino as well as the spread of his doctrines outside of Italy.
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2012-06-01 14:59:15
MARTIN
1597. their signatures with elaborate flourishes against forgery, in a neat and pleasing hand, a "Contract of Release", completing a transfer of houses and heritable property in Rouen Sexte to Elisabeth de Saint Simon, Dame de Sottevast, who, being in civil separation from her husband, Guillaume de Couvert, Sieur and Patron of Sottevast, Auderville, La Londe and Coulombs, appears before the notaries "in her own name and as protector and guardian of her children", Rouen Sexte being a sub-fief of Coulomb, between Caen and Bayeux, old summary in top left margin of side 1, vellum, 4 sides 10½" x 9½", Caen, 24th January first occurrences of names underlined in old blue pencil In 1597-1600, the properties in Rouen Sexte had been 'engaged' (pledged or mortgaged) by their owner, Nicolas Costard, Sieur de La Motte, to Guillaume Bonnel, Sieur de La Carbonnière. Costard had retained certain interests in them (probably produce or services) but in 1602 sold these interests to Bonnel. Finally in 1608, Costard sold his properties in Rouen Sexte to Guillaume Plessart, Sieur de La Riboullerie, but they were still encumbered by Bonnel's remaining interests in them. By 1612, the properties had passed through two further hands, Jacques d'Orglandy, Sieur and Baron de Prétot, and Richard Mangon, Sieur du Bracqemesme. Dame Elisabeth 'recovered' them from Mangon as being sub-fiefs of Coulombs. The present document records Dame Elisabeth's payment of 3,000 livres tournoises to Bonnel in order to extinguish his interests in the properties, which she acknowledges he had kept alive through all th … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-04-25 07:06:58
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The legislative record of the Scots parliament for over two centuries, included in which is the first Scots law dictionary ("De verborum significatione") together with one further act; one title page and two leaves lacking, else complete. Later mottled calf, elaborately gilt, rebacked, marbled endpapers, red edges, a very good clean copy, with the bookplate of the Marquis of Lothian. Imprented be Robert Walde-grave [imprints vary], Edinburgh, 1597-1633.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2012-04-20 18:53:05
AVILES, Francisco de
1597. In aedibus Petri Madrigal. S. [3ª Edición].- Madriti: In aedibus Petri Madrigal, M. D. XCVII [1597]. Impensis viduae Blasii de Robles, & Francisci de Robles filii èius.- [4 h.], 314 folios; [48 h.]:La portada con un escudo grabado en madera y la última hoja con el escudo del impresor también grabado en madera; in folio (30 x 21 cm.); Buena impresión a dos columnas; Enc. en Pleno pergamino época, cortas jaspeados.- La portada con una firma a tinta de la época, el interior con algunas motas de óxido dispersas, varias hojas tostadas y la última hoja de cortesía con una firma a tinta datada en 1738. El papel se encuentra fuerte y flexible y en general el libro en buen estado. El gran jurista Francisco de Avilés, junto con Núñez de Avendaño fueron los dos letrados que comentaron de una forma categórica los Capítulos para corregidores de 1500. También entre los juristas españoles que trataron sobre el Derecho Indiano, Francisco de Avilés (siglo XVI) estudió el derecho aplicable a las islas y tierra firme de la Mar Oceana, en su Proemium (1571) donde asume las tesis de Bartolo da Sassoferrato, por lo que el nuevo territorio se agregaba por accesión y por tanto se regía conforme a las constituciones del reino, formando un solo reino. Juan Garcia Gallego (muerto en 1587) y Juan Bautista Valenzuela Velazquez (1574-1645) tambien se sumaron a esa teoría jurídica.* DERECHO ESPAÑOL DE LOS SIGLOS XVI Y XVII Libro en latín
Bookseller: Librería Miguel Miranda, AILA ILAB [Lope de Vega n.º XIX, Madrid, M, Spain]
2012-04-17 18:44:44
Rodrigues, Manuel.
Por Juan Fernandez, 1597. The subtitle of this volume in some editions is " Negociacion-usuras. Tratado del orden iudicial que los ministros generales y prouinciales y los demas juezes eclesiasticos y seculares han de hazer en sus visitas. Con advertencias muy provechosas para confessores, con un orden iudicial a la postre...." And indeed, the thorny topic of usury is addressed here with Portuguese-born Rodrigues finding many of the standard practices involving the church, money, and land to be prohibited forms of usury. But Rodrigues (1545-1619), a Franciscan, goes on to discuss whether attending bullfights is inappropriate for priests and novices, restrictions on printers of religious books, differences between just and unjust war and what is licit or illicit in each, heresy, inheritance, marriage, magic, dancing, astrology, sodomy and bestiality, slavery and much, much more. There is a separate 78 page section at the end of the volume entitled "Tratado del orden judicial que los ministros generales y provinciales, y los demas juezes ecclesiasticos y seculares han de hazer en sus visitas." An important contribution to canon law, handbooks for confessors, judges' handbooks, church doctrine, and the study of morals in early modern Europe.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2012-04-03 17:13:49
SPACH, ISRAEL (editor).:
Argentinae (Strasburg), sumptibus Lazari Zetzneri, 1597.. libri graecorum, arabum, latinorum veterum et recentium quotquot extant, partim nunc primum editi, partim vero denuo recogniti, emendati, necessariis imaginibus exornati, & optimorum scriptorum autoritatibus illustrati. First Spach edition, 1597. Folio in sixes, Latin text, 330 x 200 mm, 13 x 8 inches, printer's pictorial device on title page, title page printed red and black, woodcut illustrations in the text, some decorated initials, pages (36), 28, 1080 plus 31 pages of index, bound in half vellum over marbled sides, gilt rules and 4 gilt motifs to spine, gilt lettered red morocco label. Upper hinge split at head 40 mm (1.75"), lower hinge split at tail 79 mm (3"), very small split at tail of spine also, marbled paper slightly worn next to corners, small bookplate on front pastedown, early pages slightly wavy, pages heavily browned throughout, as is usual with this book due to the poor quality of paper used, occasional dark spot, lower margin of index pages have very small patch of worming, neat note written in margin of index, otherwise contents clean, no tears, binding tight and firm. A good copy. Israel Spach a professor of medicine in Strasburg has made a revised edition of the collection of texts on gynaecology edited by H. K. Wolf, published in 4 volumes in Basel, 1586-88. Newly added are Martin Akakia's "De morbis muliebribus libri II, nunc primum in lucem edita," and Kaspar Bauhin's "Appendix varias et novas historias continens,". The collection comprises a total of 18 important articles on gynaecology and … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-03-18 15:06:39
SANÇOLES, Alfonso de [Alfonso de Sanzoles] y R. P. F. Didaci de Stella [Fray Diego de Estella]
Ex officina Ioannis Gratiani, 1597. Nunc denuo in hac tertia editione per eundem Authorem recognita & aucta.- Cum privilegio. Compluti: Ex officina Ioannis Gratiani, Apud Viduam, Anno M. D. XCVII. (1597).- [3 h.], 154 fol., [3 h.] (sign.: A4, B-V8, X4): con letras capitales, grabado en portada y viñeta capitular xilográficos; 4º menor (21,2 x 15,2 cm.); Enc. en Pleno Pergamino a la romana moderno (hacia 1900) con dos pequeñas reparaciones en tapa posterior, con tejuelo de tela, cortes pintados.- ERRATAS DE IMPRESION ADVERTIDAS: fol. 17 (en lugar de 16); fol. 59-67 (en lugar de 58-66); fol. 80-82 (en lugar de 70-72); fol. 83 (en lugar de 93); estas mismas erratas se advierten también en la bilbiografía de la Universidad de Salamanca, estando el libro completo. Portada, folios 15, [i.e. 71], 85, 107 y última hoja con diversas faltas, siempre sin afectar texto y debidamente restauradas con papel de la época. En algunas pocas hojas tenues motas de óxido, y algunas otras algo más oscurecidas que el resto. A partir del folio 96, leve marca de humedad en el ángulo inferior externo, más acentuada en últimas hojas. DICHO ESTO, QUE ES PRECEPTIVO, EL LIBRO EN GENERAL SE ENCUENTRA EN BUEN ESTADO, con el papel firme y fuerte, conservando íntegramente los márgenes originales. Este encomiable trabajo consiste en diversos extractos de dos obras de Fray Diego de Estella ("Vanidad del mundo" y "Meditaciones devotissimas del amor de Dios"), analizados y explicados en castellano a los feligreses para las misas del ciclo dominical y, después, con respecto al santoral cristiano. Existen varias e … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librería Miguel Miranda, AILA ILAB [Lope de Vega n.º XIX, Madrid, M, Spain]
2012-03-09 14:55:00
Henricus Hondius
Henricus Hondius (1597-1651)Virginiae Item et FloridaeAmsterdam: 1647Hand-colored copperplate engraving28 ½" x 32 ¼" framed Virginiae Item et Floridae by Henricus Hondius was published in Amsterdam in 1647. This map is a beautifully detailed, hand-colored copperplate engraving of Virginia and Florida with accompanying Latin text. The map and its’ publisher Henricus Hondius both have wonderful histories. Hondius, the younger son of famed map publisher Jodocus Hondius, was born in 1597. Like his father, Henricus was a cartographer and engraver. Jodocus’s great contributions to world of cartography included publishing an updated Meractor’s Atlas, working with John Speed and others. Henricus, following his father’s death in 1612, established his own branch of the family business in 1621. He published an edition of Mercator’s-Hondius Atlas in 1641. Virginiae Item et Floridae was added to the 1647 addition of the Atlas. This map is a derivative from a series of other maps that had been elaborated on over time. Hondius’s information was received via the early maps of John Smith, an early colonist who sailed from England to Jamestown, Virginia in 1607. Given instructions to find gold, silver, and the quickest route to the Pacific, the only task Smith accomplished was to create a detailed, geographical cartography of the Chesapeake Bay Area. Smith’s interaction with the Native American tribes, particularly the Powhatan and the Susquehanna, meant that he could include the indigenous names for rivers, inlets and places on his map. Smith publis … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2011-11-24 08:45:41
Faber, Antonius
Lyon 1597 - Antonii Fabri. I.C. Sebusiani. Sabavdi. Senatoris et in Gebennensis Ducatus Auditorio Praesidis, Coniecturarum Iuris Civilis. Lib. xiij. xiiij. xv. xvj. and Lib. xvii, xviii. Lugduni. Apud Franciscum Fabrum. MDXCVII. The Interpretations of Civil Law by Antonius Faber, President and senator of the Court of Gebennensis. 2 vols bound together. Cover poor with worm-holes, damaged corners and a 1" split at head of spine. Raised bands to spine with title and 'Tom 1' in decorative panels. Internally split at hinges but binding is still tight. First vol. dated 1597. Title page in red and black with vignette. Stamp of the 'Tribunal de Ceret' and marginalia dated 1749. Second vol. dated 1600 Pages browned and stained with some worm damage but otherwise condition is very good for its age. Heavy vol - please contact us for extra postage costs. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Scrivener's Books and Bookbinding
2011-10-31 17:38:54
CAPACCIO Giulio Cesare.
venetia: Nicolo Moretti, 1597. venetia: Nicolo Moretti. [LETTERE-NAPOLI](cm 15) Ottima piena pergamena originale; cc. 16 nn., cc. 364. Alcuni schemi e diagrammi nel testo, elegante corsivo, capilettere figurati. L¿autore, napoletano, pubblicò varie opere, molto diffusa fu questa nostra nel ¿500 con l¿intento di affinare le varie forme di scrittura e composizione. Lieve abrasione all¿angolo in alto, qualche piccolo alone in fine, abile vecchio restauro a una cerniera, ma esemplare molto bello e nitido. BM. STC. 154; manca ad Adams che ha la prima edizione del 1589. Il Census, Iccu, registra 17 esemplari nelle bilbioteche italiane.[f69] . molto buono. Rilegato. 1597.
Bookseller: LIBRI ANTICHI E RARI FRANCESCO&CLAUDIA [AREZZO, Italy]
2011-09-20 10:13:43
Panvinius Onophrius
Francofurti: Andreae, 1597. Francofurti: Andreae. [Roma] (cm. 31,4) bella piena pergamena originale, nervi e bel titolo calligrafato al dorso. -- pp. 445 + 1 c. bianca. Grande marca tipografica al frontis, fregi e capilettera in xilografia molto eleganti. Prima edizione tedesca, bella e rara che contiene: urbis romae descriptio, rufi et victoris de regionibus urbis, descriptio civitatis romanae et imperii romani, de comitiis, de coloniis, de legionibus ecc. A pagg. 410 parla della moneta romana. Alcune ombreggiature e fioriture per la qualità della carta ma esemplare bello e genuino in legatura assai ben conservata. * Adams P 202; * Bm. Stc. German 673.[f64] . ottimo. Rilegato. prima edizione. 1597.
Bookseller: LIBRI ANTICHI E RARI FRANCESCO&CLAUDIA [AREZZO, Italy]
2011-09-16 19:01:06
De Bry, Theodore
Frankfurt, 1597. A fascinating map of Congo, by De Bry. c1597. Frankfurt. Folded as issued, now flattened, trimmed to neatlines affecting borders on three sides, else fine. 372 mm x 306 mm. A scarce map of Congo, boldly engraved in De Bry´s unique style, to illustrate Part I of the Small Voyages (Pigafetta´s relation of Lopez´s voyage). It shows the West African coast - Congo and Angola- with a detailed coast line. Embellished with a large cartouche held by mythological characters, coat of arms and winged animals, and a compass rose. Imaginary cities, towns and mountains are also a part of the map.
Bookseller: HS Rare Books [ARG]
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2011-09-08 22:29:01
PORTUGAL. Laws. D. Filipe I, King of Portugal 1580-1598, a.k.a. Felipe II, King of Spain 1554-1598].
Lisbon, vendese em casa de Iorge Valente, dated 4 October 1597. Folio (27 x 19 cm.), unbound. Caption title; 5-line initial within typographical ornaments. Light foxing and dampstain, small nick on fore-edge. Overall in very good condition. (1 l.) *** FIRST EDITION of this broadside decree in which King Philip II forbids his officials to add registers, attestations, appropriations and oaths to letters and alvarás bearing the royal signature, on pain of a stiff fine of 20 cruzados (half of it payable to the informer, half to a fund for prisoners of war).*** Anselmo 1247: citing only the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal copy. Palha 273. King Manuel 413: calling for 38 lines on the recto, as our copy, but 13 lines on the verso, where ours has only 7; citing only the Harvard (Palha) and Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal copies. Portugal, Biblioteca Nacional, Catálogo dos impressos, s. XVI 755. Gusmão, Livros impressos no s. XVI existentes na Biblioteca Pública e Arquivo Distrital de Évora I, 867. Not in Innocêncio. Not in Adams. Not in Greenlee Catalogue or HSA. Not located in Melvyl. Porbase locates a single copy, in the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal, with only 7 lines of text on the verso, as in our copy. Not located in KVK worldwide (51 databases searched; although Porbase locates one copy). NUC: MH. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Richard C. Ramer Old and Rare Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2010-09-28 10:20:48
1597.. Großformatiger, altkolorierter Kupferstich mit einer Ansicht von Calais aus der Vogelschau mit einem Reiter sowie 2 Soldaten im Vordergrund. Im Bildhintergrund der Ärmelkanal mit einigen Schiffen. Bildgröße: 32 x 39 cm / Blattgröße: 40 x 42,5 cm. Rückseitig mit lateinischem Text. Wohl aus: " Braun & Hogenberg, Civitates orbis terrarum. Köln, ca. 1600 " Das prachtvolle, in der Mitte gefalzte Blatt im weißen Außenrand etwas fleckig, etwas angeknickt und mit Beschädigungen. Unter Passepartout. ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available ).
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2010-02-20 15:28:19
LUCILIUS, Gaius.
Franciscus Iani F. Dousa collegit, disposuit, & notas addidit. Leyden, Ex officina Plantiniana, Francisci Raphelengij, 1597. Small 4to. (24),+ 139,+ (1) pp. Ink spot on title. Contemporary vellum, ties missing. Schweiger 571. Graesse IV, 286. Brunet III, 1216. First separate edition of the Satyries by Lucilius (148-103 B.C.), edited by Franciscus Dousa (1577-1606), a student under Lipsius and a friend of Scaliger. The fragment was first published by Henri Estienne in 1564 in a collection of fragments from the lost works of early Latin authors. The present edition is augmented and with notes by Dousa
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet
2009-09-06 14:24:19
Feucht, Jacob
Köln, Quentel 1597. 35 cm. Band 2. 3 Teile in 1 Band. (20), 424; 390, (2 w.); 176, (6) Seiten mit 3 Titelholzschnitten, 1 ganzseit. Holzschnitt und 74 Textholzschnitten von Jobst Amman, Hans Hersbach (Herspach), Johann von Essen und a. Blindgepr. Schweinsleder-Bd. der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit Messingschließen und Messing-Eckbeschlägen - VD16 vergleiche F843 - Nagler, Monogr III, 1064 (Hersbach) - Nagler, Monogr III, 853 (J. v. E.) - Jacob Feucht (1540-80), Weihbischof von Bamberg, bemühte sich um die Erneuerung des katholischen Glaubenslebens und um die Durchführung der tridentinischen Reformbeschlüsse (NDB V, 105). Wegen der zahlreichen Illustrationen beliebtes Erbauungsbuch. Alle Holzschnitte mit Darstellungen aus dem Neuen Testament. Auf Blatt 10 verso Darstellung des Verfassers, vor dem Gekreuzigten kniend. Im ganzen gutes Exemplar, Rücken oben und unten durch neues Bezugsmaterial ergänzt, Schließhaken fehlen, im Anfang und Ende wenig störende Wurmlöcher, Besitzeintrag, Teil 3 im Schnitt unten Feuchtigkeitsrand. -
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2009-05-15 09:26:16
DANFRIE, Philippe (1531-1606)
Paris: Danfrie, 1597. 8vo., (7 1/8 x 4 6/8 inches). 14 fine copper-engraved plates, including two duplicates, four woodcut illustrations, including two full-page (pale waterstains throughout). 18th-century speckled calf gilt (hinges weak, extremities scuffed). First edition, with the second state of the privilege leaf, with lines 6, 9 and 10 ending "toutes", "pareil", and "sans que". Describing Danfire's ingenious invention of an instrument used by surveyors to measure angles, which remianed popular with a few modifications well into the 19th-century. A fine metal-worker and engraver, and maker of mathematical instruments in metal and paper, Danfrie also invented the type used to print this book. Of the seven known types created by Danfrie, the ones used here are the second and fourth of his Gothic-cursive Civilite types, a font first created to mimic French script by Robert Granjon. Danfrie's early Civilite types were used in books printed by him and Richard Breton. Danfrie was appointed "graveur general des monnaies de France" in 1582. Mortimer, Harvard Italian 163; Carter and Vervliet, Civilite Types, 280." For more information about this book, or a warm welcome to see it and other books in our library at 72nd Street, NYC, please contact Kate Hunter, M.A. Oxon, in the Rare Book Department.
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2009-03-13 08:15:44
LORINI BUONAIUTO
Rampazetto,, Venezia, 1597. In folio (365x260); pagg. (12), 217 (219 mal numerate, poichÈ salta la num. della pag. 111-112), (1 bianca), ritratto dell'autore f.t. a piena pag. inciso in rame entro bel fregio decorativo in stile rinascimentale, 150 silografie nel testo che esplicano oltre alle raffigurazioni delle fortezze, armi , strumenti, macchine e citt? fortificate, anche le misurazioni degli elementi geometrici, (Lorini fu il primo, secondo Breman, a mettere le misure nelle piante illustrate). Mezza pelle coeva con angoli, dorso liscio e titolo su tassello in oro.Prima edizione in seconda tiratura del celeberrimo trattato del maestro di fortificazione vissuto a cavallo del XVI e XVII secolo. La pi? interessante opera di ingegneria militare mai pubblicata sino ad allora.L'autore fu primo ingegnere della Repubblica di Venezia; la sua scuola fu talmente seguita che persino la grande fortezza di Palmanova, opera di Giulio Savorgnan, fu eretta seguendo le linee del suo sistema. Ottimo esemplare marginoso, completo del ritratto dell'autore, spesso mancante. Lievissime ossidazioni marginali, tracce d'uso alla legatura, cuffie abilmente restaurate.Gamba, 1493. Ricciardi II, 53. Breman 163: "Lorini's work is the first systematic course of instruction in all aspect of military architecture, and the first work to give measured plans in its illustrations"; Cockle 79; Manzi, 79: " prima edizione; la seconda ebbe luogo nel 1609Ö La presente opera, chegli diede gran fama ed ebbe poi numerose edizioni, Ë molto pregevole, poichË in essal'autore trattaper il primoil defilamento geometri … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini [Verona, VR, Italy]
2009-02-04 04:16:04
Rudolf II, Roman Emperor (1552-1612).
Prague, 3. V. 1597. Folio. 2 pp. on double leaf. With address and papered seal. To his "noble dear liege" count Octavian Fugger of Kirchberg and Weissenhorn, about recruiting warriors in the county of Kirchberg during the great Turkish War (1593-1606). - Slightly browned due to paper.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2009-02-03 03:16:43
DIEZ, Phelippe
Por el mesmo autor., Barcelona. 1597 - 8º mayor. 4 hojas+ 798+ 54 pp.+ 19 hojas. Lomo un poco desencolado.La cubierta con manchas y;LA GESTIÓN DEL CONTRA REEMBOLSO SON 7 EUROS
Bookseller: Palabras & Cosas
2008-12-19 23:08:30
Westfalen -
Kupferstich-Karte von Quad/Bussemacher aus Rau, Cosmographia, 1597, grenz- und flächenkoloriert. 18,4 x 27,2 cm. Links unten Titelkartusche mit Meilenzeiger und der Datierung 1590, rechts unten die Stecher-/Künstlersignaturen "Johann Bussemaker excudit Coloniae" und "Henricus Nagel fecit".
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen [Trier, Germany]
2008-12-19 23:08:30
Norddeutschland -
- Kupferstich-Karte von Quad/Bussemacher aus Rau, Cosmographia, 1597, grenz- und flächenkoloriert. 18,3 x 27,1 cm. Meurer, Atlantes Coloniensis, Qua 9. Oben durchgehende, zweizeilige Textleiste mit der Stechersignatur "Joan Bussmechr exc.", links unten Meilenzeiger und die Künstlersignatur:"Henricus Nagel fecit".
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen
2008-12-19 23:08:30
Franken -
- Kupferstich-Karte von Quad/Bussemacher aus Rau, Cosmographia, 1597, grenz- und flächenkoloriert. 22,5 x 30,3 cm. Am unteren Bildrand bis in die Darstellung beschnitten, davon auch die Jahreszahl und das Wappen betroffen. Meurer, Atlantes Coloniensis, Qua 13. Oben durchgehende, vierzeilige Textleiste, rechts unten Wappenkartusche, links unten Porträt mit Umschrift: "Iulius Dei gratia episcopus Wurceburg Franciae orient: Dux" und Datierung.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen
2008-11-19 15:24:45
Wytfliet, Cornelius van
Louvain, 1597. Elegant, near fine b&w (as issued) double hemispheric projection with the figure Atlas (for whom the geographic atlas is named) supporting the globes. This is similar to earlier Mercator/Plancius projections. A very uncommon map from an important Dutch cartographer. 22.5x28.5cm (8x11.25 inches). Shirley plate 165, entry 207 (Latin edition). . Map.
Bookseller: The Prime Meridian: Antique Maps & Books [Crozet, VA, U.S.A.]
2008-10-27 07:12:15
DANFRIE, Philippe (1531-1606)
Paris: Danfrie, 1597. 8vo., (7 1/8 x 4 6/8 inches). 14 fine copper-engraved plates, including two duplicates, four woodcut illustrations, including two full-page (pale waterstains throughout). 18th-century speckled calf gilt (hinges weak, extremities scuffed). First edition, with the second state of the privilege leaf, with lines 6, 9 and 10 ending "toutes", "pareil", and "sans que". Describing Danfire's ingenious invention of an instrument used by surveyors to measure angles, which remianed popular with a few modifications well into the 19th-century. A fine metal-worker and engraver, and maker of mathematical instruments in metal and paper, Danfrie also invented the type used to print this book. Of the seven known types created by Danfrie, the ones used here are the second and fourth of his Gothic-cursive Civilite types, a font first created to mimic French script by Robert Granjon. Danfrie's early Civilite types were used in books printed by him and Richard Breton. Danfrie was appointed "graveur general des monnaies de France" in 1582. Mortimer, Harvard Italian 163; Carter and Vervliet, Civilite Types, 280." [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries - Aradernyc [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2008-09-09 19:02:18
Vesalius, Andreas
. Monogrammist BR (J.Th. de Bry), Kupferstich aus J.J.Boissard, Icones virorum illustrium, Frankfurt 1597-99, 20,5 x 15,8 cm.. Brustbild nach links, das Gesicht dem Betrachter zugewandt, in der Rechten anatomisches Instrument. Im Hintergrund auf zwei Säulen Bogen mit Inschrift Andreas Vesalius Anatomicus, in den Zwickeln manieristische Verzierungen aus Blumen, Delphinen und Halbmoden. Auf der Brüstung Lebensdaten. Unten lateinischen Distichion: "Corporis humani qui membra secaret et artus, Vesalio nemo doctior ante fuit" (Niemand war vor Vesalius gelehrter als er, der die Gleider des menschlichen Körpers aufgeteilt hat). Vesal dargestellt als Anatom. Die Darstellung geht auf den Holzschnitt von Tobias Stimmer in Reusners Contrafacturbuch zurück (1587) und ist als Topos bis in das 19. Jahrhundert hinein verwandt worden. - Porträt 2, Der Arzt, Nr.17.
Bookseller: Antiquariat für Medizin - Fritz-Dieter S
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2008-03-25 19:27:45
Dryander, Johannes (Eichmann) =
Monogrammist BR (J.Th. de Bry), Kupferstich aus J.J.Boissard, Icones virorum illustrium, Frankfurt 1597-99, Kupferstich, 142 x 108 auf 185 x 147 mm. Johannes Eichmann, genannt Dryander, "am 27. Juni 1500 in Wetter in der Nähe von Marburg geboren, hatte 1518 mit dem Studium der "artes" an der Universität Erfurt begonnen, in Bourges und (vermutlich) Paris Medizin und Mathematik studiert und 1533 in Mainz die medizinische Doktorwürde erlangt. Im selben Jahr noch wandte sich der Kanzler des Landgrafen Philipp von Hessen, Johannes Feige (1482 -1543) an ihn, um ihn nach dem Fortgang des ersten ordentlichen Professors der Medizin an der neu gegründeten Universität Marburg, Euricius Cordus (1486-1535), dessen Famulus Dryander in Erfurt gewesen war, für die vakant gewordene Stelle in Marburg zu gewinnen. Die Verhandlungen scheinen sich jedoch zunächst zerschlagen zu haben. Der Leibarzt des Landgrafen Philipp, Johannes Meckbach (1495-1555) wurde Dryander vorgezogen, so daß dieser vorerst in Koblenz blieb, wo er noch im selben Jahr, am 24. Dezember seine Schrift über das Emser Bad abschloß. Erst nach der Entlassung Meckbachs wurde Dryander nach Marburg als Professor der Medizin und Mathematik berufen, wo er bereits vor seinem Antritt am 1.6.1535 eine öffentliche Sektion abgehalten hatte, der 1536 die zweite, 1539 die dritte und 1558 die vierte folgten. Dem Vorwort des Rektors der Universität Marburg zu Dryanders Anatomielehrbuch aus dem Jahre 1536 ist zu entnehmen, daß nach einer Bestimmung des Landgrafen Philipp jährlich ein bis zweimal am Leichnam von Verbrechern Anatomie gelehrt we … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiq. F.-D. Söhn - Medicusbooks.Com [Marburg, Germany]
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