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        La Novel Natura Brevium du Iudge Tresreverend Monsieur Fitzherbert..

      1598. London, 1598. with contemporary annotations. London, 1598. with contemporary annotations. Annotated Copy of a Work Highly Esteemed by Coke and Blackstone Fitzherbert, Anthony [1470-1538]. Rastell, William [1508?-1565]. La Novel Natura Brevium du Iudge Tresreverend Monsieur Anthony Fitzherbert Dernierement Revieu & Corrigee per Laucteur, Avecques un Table Perfect, Des Choses Notables Contenus en Ycel, Novelment Compose per Guilliaulme Rastall. London: In Edibus Thomae Wight, & Bonhami Norton, 1598. [xxxii], 271, [1] ff. Final leaf, a blank, lacking. Octavo (6-1/2" x 4"). Recent period-style paneled calf, raised bands and blind ornaments to spine, endpapers renewed. Negligible light fading to spine. Title printed within woodcut architectural border. Moderate toning to text, early owner annotations to title page in neat small hand, early annotations to margins in several places, some slightly affected by trimming, but legible. A handsome copy. $2,500. * First published in 1534, the Nouvelle Natura Brevium is a manual of procedure written by a Judge of the Common Pleas during the reign of Henry VIII. Winfield notes that "Coke put it among the books which he considered most necessary and of greatest authority and excellency"; Blackstone considered it an authority as well. Compiled from the earlier Natura Brevia and the Registrum Brevium, it includes several original observations on the form and function of writs. Rastell's revisions include the addition of a table. A popular work, it went through numerous editions in Law French and English, the final appearing in 1794. It remains significant to this day for its descriptions of writs that were becoming obsolete in the early sixteenth century. The annotations range from few words to a sentence. They are mostly summaries of legal points. Most of the others are bibliographical references and case citations. Winfield, Chief Sources of English Legal History 303. English Short-Title Catalogue S102179. Beale, A Bibliography of Early English Law Books T351.

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        Opera ea quae ad inventam ab ipso artem universalem pertinent Ut et in eandem quorundam interpretum scripti commentarij by Giordano Bruno H Cornelius Agrippa Accessit index etcStrassburg Lazarus Zetzner

      8vo (178 x 108mm.) [24], 2 folding letterpress tables, woodcut illustrations in text (those on pp. 2 & 55 with a volvelle), contemporary vellum  

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        Americae Sive Novi orbis Nova Descriptio - Por horden de don Antonio lopez de calatayud Herndo de Solis lohizo En Valladolid Anno de 1598':.

      - Kupferstich v. Hernando de Solis n. Abraham Ortelius aus Relaciones Vniversales del Mundo ., 1598 (1603), 34,5 x 47,5 Burden, The Mapping of North America, 129. - "Accompanying this Spanish translation of Giovanni Botero's popular Relaciones Vniversales del Mundo . were five newly engraved maps of the world and four continents. The book was a treatise on the political and geographical state of the world. - The map of America is a curious mix of the two similar maps by Abraham Ortelius of 1570 and 1587. The engraver, Hernando de Solis, chose to use the earlier Ortelius version of 1570 with the peculiar bulge to the south-western coastline of South America, and not the later more accurate map in which this was removed. - He did, however, incorporate the later map's new depiction of the Solomon Islands to the east of "Noeva Ginea". - He did not utilise any of the new nomenclature in North America on either the west or east coasts, most noticeably the addition of references to Virgina. - The only detail used from the 1587 map in North America is the broad river flowing southwards into the St. Lawrence River from a Lago Dagolesme. - In the lower corners are portraits of Vespucci and Columbus. - This well-engraved map is rarely in the book, which its itself scarce. - The inscription on the map shows that it was made in the year 1598 although the two-part book appeared in 1603. - The second of these parts is, however, dated 1599 and it is possible that an edition of this part alone occurred in that year. - Another explanation could be that the fact that it was published by the heirs of Diego Fernandez de Cordova, his death possibly causing the day". - The map with a lot of worm holes perfect restored mounted on old paper. - Very rare map. Sehr seltene Karte nach denjenigen von Ortelius für die spanische Ausgabe des populären Werkes von Botero, das in allen Ausgaben mit unterschiedlichen Karten versehen wurde. - Mit Plattenton, restauriert. - Zahlreiche Wurmlöcher und Wurmgänge hinterlegt, Fehlstellen sorgfältig nachgezeichnet. Auf altem Papier aufgezogen.

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        Castello S. Angelo de Roma

      Amsterdam 1598 - Rarissima veduta di Castel Sant'Angelo tratta da "Le miroir du monde, ou Epitome du theatre d'Abraham Ortelis" di Z. Heyns edito ad Amsterdam nel 1598. La raccolta, un atlante, contiene della carte derivanti dalla produzione di Abraham Ortelius. Curioso il fatto che questa veduta sia la sola inserita nell'atlante. Xilografia, in perfetto stato di conservazione. A very rare 16th Century view of the St. Angelo Castle at the entrance to the Vatican. The work was published by Zacharias Heyns in his rare Le Miroir du Monde, ou, Epitome du Theatre d'Abraham Ortelius, published in Amsterdam in 1598. Zacharias Heyns was the son of Peter Heyns, who wrote the rhyming text for Ortelius' Spieghel Der Werelt, first published in 1577. Zacharias Heyns Le Miroir du Monde . . . was likely an attempt to continue the success of his father, although the maps bear no connection to Ortelius' work. As noted by Burden, all of the maps for this work are woodcuts, making it one of the last atlases to employ this means of printing. The atlas is highly sought after among collectors, prized for its rarity and the unique appearance of its maps. The second edition of 1615 is virtually unknown, with Koeman locating only 1 example at the Bibliotheque Nationale. M. Di Paola, Castel Sant'Angelo nelle sue stampe, p. 93, 29 (descritta come anonima). Dimensioni 175 137mm

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        Examen juridicum quo fundamenta jurisprudentiae secundum seriem digestorum. Leiden, Elsevier, 1657.

      12°, geheel perkamenten band, (12)+636+(22) pag. c0413."Dekkers pag. 156-3; Willems 812; Roberts pag. 281. Schotanus (1598-1652) was hoogleraar te Utrecht en Leiden. Het boekje heeft een gegraveerde titelplaat met o.a. vrouwe Justitia, door J. Hackius (1632-1659) en drempelverzen van F. Spanhemius, Th. Graswinckel, I. Liraeus, A. Mol en C. Boyvs."

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        La Novel Natura Brevium du Iudge Tresreverend Monsieur Fitzherbert.

      1598 - London, 1598. with contemporary annotations. Annotated Copy of a Work Highly Esteemed by Coke and Blackstone Fitzherbert, Anthony [1470-1538]. Rastell, William [1508?-1565]. La Novel Natura Brevium du Iudge Tresreverend Monsieur Anthony Fitzherbert Dernierement Revieu & Corrigee per Laucteur, Avecques un Table Perfect, Des Choses Notables Contenus en Ycel, Novelment Compose per Guilliaulme Rastall. London: In Edibus Thomae Wight, & Bonhami Norton, 1598. [xxxii], 271, [1] ff. Final leaf, a blank, lacking. Octavo (6-1/2" x 4"). Recent period-style paneled calf, raised bands and blind ornaments to spine, endpapers renewed. Negligible light fading to spine. Title printed within woodcut architectural border. Moderate toning to text, early owner annotations to title page in neat small hand, early annotations to margins in several places, some slightly affected by trimming, but legible. A handsome copy. $2,500. * First published in 1534, the Nouvelle Natura Brevium is a manual of procedure written by a Judge of the Common Pleas during the reign of Henry VIII. Winfield notes that "Coke put it among the books which he considered most necessary and of greatest authority and excellency"; Blackstone considered it an authority as well. Compiled from the earlier Natura Brevia and the Registrum Brevium, it includes several original observations on the form and function of writs. Rastell's revisions include the addition of a table. A popular work, it went through numerous editions in Law French and English, the final appearing in 1794. It remains significant to this day for its descriptions of writs that were becoming obsolete in the early sixteenth century. The annotations range from few words to a sentence. They are mostly summaries of legal points. Most of the others are bibliographical references and case citations. Winfield, Chief Sources of English Legal History 303. English Short-Title Catalogue S102179. Beale, A Bibliography of Early English Law Books T351.

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        Germania et Gallia secundiet tertiiregni in quatra monarchia. Pars prior continens genealogicis tabellis comprehensas familias invictissimorum imperatorum (...).

      Magdenburg, Kirchner, 1598. Folio, full contemporary vellum. Good copy. (10)+634 pag. Illustrated with many woodcuts in the text. The Dutch part (pp. 141-153) contains genealogical information on the counts of Holland and the lords of Brederode and Teylingen. B2267.

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        De militia romana libri quinque. Commentarius ad Polybium. Editio nova, aucta variè & castigata. Junto con: Analecta sive Observationes reliquae ad militiam et hosce libros, Antuerpiae, ex officina Plantiniana, apud Ioannem Moretum, 1598.

      1598 - : In-4° menor.- I: 366 p.- L. gr. y lat.- Marca del impresor grabada en la portada.- Capitales floreadas y culs-de-lamp.- 10 ilustraciones grabadas en madera y 15 grabados en cobre (varios por PEETER vander BORCHT), a media o a toda página, uno de los cuales fuera de texto, desplegable.- El texto de Polibio en versión bilingüe greco-latina a 2 columnas.- II: xxix (v) p.- Marca xilográfica del impresor en la portada.- 5 ilustraciones en madera y 4 en cobre.- Encuadernación moderna en medio cuero con punteras; lomo de cinco nervios, títulos dorados.- Texto muy suavemente amarronado; márgenes ligeramente refilados. ADAMS, L782, L760. MANSELL, 335, 354. La extraordinaria versación de Justo Lipsio en literatura latina e historia romana se hacen particularmente patentes en dos de sus libros mayores: el Poliorceticon (véase # 43) y el presente comentario a la obra de Polibio, un tratado de artes y ciencias militares cuyo texto griego figura también aquí, enfrentado a la traducción latina. Segunda edición, profusamente ilustrada con imágenes de campamentos y formaciones militares, armas, insignias, escudos, bestias y soldados. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        R. P. Fr. Lodoici Granatensis Exercitia, In Septem Meditationes matutinas, ac totidem Vespertinas, distribute: Quibus est adiectus eiusdem auctoris tractatus de vtilitate, necessitate ac modo meditandi. Ab Auctore Hispanice Primvm conscripta, inde in Italicum verda, nunc vero Latina facta, opera ac studio Michaelis ab Isselt Amorsfortii.

      Coloniae Agrippinae, In Officina Birckmannica, sumptibus Arnoldi Mylii (Köln, Arnold Mylius) 1598. 12°. Titelbl., 23 nn. Bll., 589 S., 2 nn. Bll., mit Titelblattvignette, zwei Initialen u. drei Schlussvignetten. Lederband d. Zeit, mit goldgeprägten Zierlinien am Rücken und mehrfachen Rahmen aus Zierlinien mit verzierten Ecken, sow. je e. Ornament in Goldprägung in der Mitte auf den Einbanddeckeln, Schnitt buntgesprenkelt, mit teilw. entferntem Papierschildchen am vorderen Einbanddeckel, kaum bestoßen, Leder abgeschabt, Goldprägung teilw. abgerieben, Vorderdeckel etwas locker, Vorsatz fleckig, fliegende Vorsatzblätter ausgerissen. Seiten nur schwach gebräunt u. gering fleckig. Mit verschiedenen Besitzvermerken von alter Hand am Titelblatt und vorderem Innendeckel (Joann. Wilde 1620. Philosophia studiosj ?), einem Besitzstempel am Titelblatt (Ex Libris Bibliothecae Conventus Viennensis Ord. Praed.) u. Bleistiftbuchstaben am vorderen Innendeckel. \"VD16 L 3244. BM German Books 532. Vgl. ADB 14,641 - lateinische Ausgabe einer Schrift des spanischen Priesters des Dominikanerordens u. Mystikers Luis de Granada (eigtl. de Sarria; 1504-1588). Der Verfasser zahlreicher, vor allem spiritueller Werke, die vielfach aufgelegt und übersetzt wurden, zählte zu den meistgelesenen religiösen Autoren des 16. u. 17. Jh. Der Übersetzer u. Herausgeber d. vorl. Werkes, Michael ab Isselt (um 1530/1540-1597), in der Provinz Utrecht geborener und nach Köln exilierter katholischer Theologe, veranlasste eine Kölner Edition der Werke des Ludwig von Granada, von denen er manche ins lateinische übersetzte, schrieb aber vor allem zur Geschichte seiner Zeit aus katholischer Sicht. Nicht bei Adams.\" Versand D: 15,00 EUR Ludwig von Granada, Theologie, Religion, Römisch-katholisch, spanischer Mystiker, Dominikanerorden, Spanien, 16. Jahrhundert

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        Discorsi del signor Scipione Ammirato sopra Cornelio Tacito nuouamente posti in luce. Con due tauole. Vna de' Discorsi, e luoghi di Cornelio sopra i quali son fondati, l'altra delle cose più notabili.

      Per Filippo Giunti, In Fiorenza 1598 - In-4°, pp. (32), 564, (40), marca tipografica dei Giunti al frontespizio, carattere corivo romano, capilettera in xilografia. Bella legatura del secolo sucessivo in pieno vitello nocciola, dorso a cinque nervi con titolo e fregi in oro, ai piatti duplice cornice lineare in oro, al centro arma arcivescovile composta da uno scudo sormontato da Mitria, corona e Pastorale con in centro un serpente più volte ricurvo. Alcune mancanze alle cuffie, restauri integrativi all'angolo inferiore esterno del piatto superiore e all'angolo superiore esterno del piatto inferiore. All'interno buon esemplare, fresco. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Brief mit eigenh. U.

      Lorets [?], 1. Dezember 1598. - 2½ SS. auf Doppelblatt. 4to. Mit Adresse und papiergedecktem Siegel. An die Kammerräte der Vorder- und oberösterreichischen Lande in Sachen der "iüngst versprochnen dreytausent fünfhundert Gulden". - Der Sohn von Erzherzog Ferdinand von Österreich (1529-1595) und Philippine Welser war nach dem Tode seines Vaters als nicht voll erbberechtigter Abkömmling einer nichtstandesgemäßen Ehe seiner Eltern nebst einer reichlichen finanziellen Ausstattung auch mit einigen Besitzungen abgefunden worden. "Die bedeutendste war die Markgrafschaft Burgau, weitere die Landgrafschaft Nellenburg und die Grafschaft Hohenberg. Zeitgenossen berichten von einer prunkvollen Hofhaltung Karls auf Schloß Günzburg, seiner Residenz. Weniger beliebt war der Markgraf bei seinen Untertanen, welchen er den Weißbierkonsum verbot und bei den adligen Insassen der Markgrafschaft Burgau (unter anderem der Bischof von Augsburg, die Grafen Fugger und die Reichsstädte Ulm und Augsburg), welche er durch Zollerhöhungen und Streitereien über Herrschaftsrechte vergrätzte" (Wikipedia, Abfrage v. 23. III. 2003). - Stärker fleckig und mit einigen kleinen Papierdurchbrüchen in den Faltungen.

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        Greece,Anatolis,map,Ortelius a.,1603,cont.coloured

      Ortelius Abraham, 1527-1598 - Greece,Anatolis,map,Ortelius a.,1603,cont.coloured Coppermap, edited by Abraham Ortelius, Theatrum orbis terrarum, lat. edition anno 1603. Plate size: 350 x 498 mm., some cracs on left and right margins, but the contemporary full coloured surface of the map is ok. the centerfold is ok. Reference: vdB Nr. 215 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Wahrafter, klarer, eigentlicher Bericht von der weiten, wunderbarer und die bevor getaner Reiss oder Schiffahrt bis in Indien... Aus Niderlandische sprach in hochteutch bracht durch Conrad Lew

      Extremely rare relation on Houtman's expedition to the East Indies in 1595-97, prepared by a yet un-identified shipmate, and describing the first incursion into the Spice Trade in the region; originally published in Dutch: Verhael vande Reyse de Hollandtsche schepen gedaen near Oost Indien (1597), of which Muller says "Nous ne connaissons qu'un seul exemplaire du Verhael", almost unobtainable. This is possibly the first edition in German -and the earliest obtainable edition-, printed the same year as Reschedt's edition (different in size and collation), although priority has not been established. Cornelis de Houtman (1565 - 1599) was a Dutch sailor, explorer, and merchant, usher to the era of Dutch trading and settling in Indonesia; he was also the younger sibling to Frederik de Houtman. In the early 1590´s, Houtman visited Lisbon, aiming to procure as much information on the Spice Islands as possible; upon his return to Amsterdam he -along with other partners- founded the Compagnie van Verre, forerunner of the Dutch East India Company, with the purpose of stopping the monopoly held by Portugal over the spice trade in the East Indies. Wasting no time, the company funded an expedition led by Cornelis, including three heavily armed ships and almost 250 men, which set sail from Texel on April 1595, arrived in 1596 at the port of Bantam (Java). The voyage itself was not profitable, and humanly disastrous, only 87 men returned, the ulterior gain was much higher, it ushered the Dutch entry into the trade in the East Indies; the Compagnie van Verre, along with others, merged to form the Dutch East India Company. Houtman's voyage is now known for being the starting point of the Dutch spice trade and colonization of Indonesia. "The failure of the Barents expedition to open up a route to the East by way of the North East Passage led the Dutch to attempt reaching the East by way of the Cape Route. The Expedition consisting of 4 ships under the command of Cornelis Houtman arrived at Bantam in Java in 1596, where they tried to get a cargo of spices. But hostilities with the Portuguese arose and the fleet was compelled to sail on. The circumnavigation of Java was the first recorded attempt of this kind by any European vessel. Much knowledge of the regions later to become the exclusive territory of the Dutch resulted from the voyage." (Cox I, p.262). Shortly after the return of the expedition, several relations would be printed, included, most famously, that of Lodewijcksz Prima pars descriptionis itineris nabalis in itineris in Indiam orientalem, Diarum Nauticum sue vera description trium navigationum admirandarum. Tiele, pp. 122.

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        La Singolar maniera dell'imbrigliare, atteggiare, e ferrare cavalli. diviso in tre libri. Ne'quali sono tutte le figure à proposito, delle Briglie, de gli attenggiamenti, e de'ferri.

      Venezia, Vicenzo Somascho, 1598. - 4°, circa 21 x 15,5 cm. 4 ff., 146 pp., 7 ff., with printer s device and numerous full-page woodcuts (55 large, 24 smaller) 18th century full-calf with gilded spine "Mennessier de La Lance, I, 481; IT\ICCU\LIAE\000915. First edition of this richly illustrated work on horses, snaffles and other horse-gear like bridles, horseshoes etc. Added is a veterinary treatise on how to cure deseases or avoid harm. There are several pretty large woodcuts showing the workshop of a blacksmith, a riding instructor in an arena, all kinds of horse-gear etc. - BOUND WITH: 2. and 3. Grisone, Federico. Ordini di cavalcare, et modi di conoscere le nature de' cavalli. Aggiungevisi una scielta di notabili avvertimenti, per far eccellenti razze, & per rimediare alle infermita de' cavalli. 2 parts in 1 volume. Venezia, Muschio, 1590. 4°, circa 21 x 15,5 cm. 6 ff., 163 pp.; 70 pp., 7 (1 blank) ff., with 3 printer s devices and 51 full-page woodcuts. Mennessier de la Lance I, 581; this edition not in Adams and the BMC. A classic on horses and riding, first published in Naples in 1550 and reprinted up into the 17th century - "Un traite d'equitation et d'embouchures qui a obtenu un succes prodigieux, et qui a eu de tres nombreuses editions dans tout les langues de l'Europe" (Mennessier). One woodcut shows a horse and where it could have health issues, the others display different sorts of snaffles. " "- Some browning, upper margin waterstained throughout, somewhat heavier towards the end, only minor foxing, binding rubbed, corners and spine with some small repairs.

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        A Treatise Paraenetical, that is to say: an exhortation wherein is shewed by good and evident reasons, infallible arguments, most true and certaine histories, and notable examples; the right way & true meanes to resist the violence of the castilian King, to breake the course of his desseignes: to beat downe his pride, and to ruinate his puissance

      First edition in English of this anti-Spanish treatise; including an early account of Sir Francis Drake's 1589 Lisbon campaign. "Contains references to Sir Francis Drake, Brazil, the West Indies, etc. The Short Title Catalogue suggests that this is an earlier edition of 'The Spanish Pilgrime,' by José Teixeira, translated by W. P., London, 1625" (Sabin). In the preface, it is mentioned this is a translation from the French (1597, Jean de Montlyard). Extremely rare at auction, this copy was the last to appear at auction, since the 70´s. Provenance: the Leconfield-Penrose copy, with Boies Penrose's bookplate on the front pastedown. Penrose, a noted collector of works on travel and exploration, wrote the landmark history Travel and discovery in the renaissance 1420-1620; his books were sold in London in 1970. Contemporary ownership signature to top edge of title page, partially trimmed. Sabin, 96752. Palau, 328878.

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        Dialogo della giostra fatta in Trivigi l’anno MDXCVII. (Leg.con:) MANUZIO, Aldo. Il Perfetto Gentil’Huomo. Venezia 1584, Ove s’hanno diversi ingeniosi, & piacevoli discorsi intorno alla dechiaratione & interpretatione delle livree, imprese, & motti di ciascuno de’ cavalieri... Con un sommario d'un'altra notabilissima giostra fatta l'anno 1481.

      Trivigi, appresso Dehuchino, 1598. 2 opere in un vol. in-4, pp. (8), 160; (8, le ultime 2 bianche), 64. Buona legatura secentesca in pergamena rigida, titoli su tassello in pelle al dorso, tagli spruzzati. Prima ed unica edizione, rarissima, illustrata da 15 imprese incise nel testo e da alcune altre figure emblematiche. Nella festa, realizzata per il Carnevale del 1597, vennero messi in scena quadri allegorici legati alle simbologie presenti sui diversi stemmi delle piu' illustri famiglie di Treviso. Giovanni Della Torre descrive l'ingresso degli 11 cavalieri partecipanti, l'abbigliamento dei paggi e la bardatura dei cavalli. L'anno successivo pubblicherà la descrizione di una seconda grande festa allestita in Treviso, questa volta in occasione delle nozze del Conte Alberto Scotto con Matilda Collalto: ''La barriera fatta nel castello di S. Salvatore''. (Frontespizio rinforzato).. Visentini 432. Praz, p. 312. Choix 10408..

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau, mit drei Wappen, "Ratzenbvrgk".

      - altkol. Kupferstich aus Braun - Hogenberg, 1598, 33 x 41

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau, "Ekelenforda antiquam Holsatiae ad Oceamim .".

      - Kupferstich aus Braun - Hogenberg, 1598, 33,7 x 45,5

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        Opera (dell'Arte di Cucinare) divisa in sei libri. Nel primo si contiene ragionamento che fa l'autore con Gio. suo discepolo. Nel secondo si tratta di diverse vivande di carne, si di quadrupedi, come di volatili. Nel terzo si parla della statura e stagione de' pesci. Nel quarto si mostrano le liste del presentar le vivande in tavola così di grasso come di magro. Nel quinto si contiene l'ordine di far diverse sorte di paste et altri lavori. Nel sesto et ultimo libro si ragiona de' convalescenti et molte altre sorti di vivande per gli infermi...Con le figure che fanno bisogno nella cucina...

      In Venezia, appresso Alessandro Vecchi, MDXCVIII (1598). in-4 (mm 206x150), ff. (4), 311, (13, ill.), leg. coeva in pergamena floscia. Nei ff. preliminari: privilegio di Pio V, dedica "a Don Franc. di Reinoso scalco e cameriero secreto" e dedica ai Lettori. Stupendamente illustrato con ritratto inciso in rame dell'autore e da 27 artistiche tavole a piena pag. f.t. in silografia (una su doppia pag. delinea con ricchezza di particolari il cerimoniale del servizio di mensa nel Conclave dell'inverno 1549-50): esse offrono una straordinaria documentazione degli arnesi e dei lavori di cucina e rivelano la progredita tecnologia e l'armamentario di una tra le officine gastronomiche principesche del tardo Rinascimento italiano. "Il trattato, ch'è il più ampio e completo fra quanti ne vennero elaborati nel ‘500, ha il carattere di una summa sistematica, frutto di innumerevoli esperienze codificate e filtrate da una rielaborazione unitaria ad opera di un redattore lucido, asciutto, efficiente, che usa un linguaggio tecnico altamente specializzato." (Firpo, Gastronomia del Rinascimento). Quinta edizione (prima 1570) di questo celebre classico della letteratura gastronomica italiana, di grande valore anche per la storia del costume e della tecnologia. Opera rara a trovarsi in buono stato e integra di tavole. (Bell'esempl., puro, grande di margini. Lievissimi aloni e arrossamenti della carta).. Westbury, p.202. Vicaire, 773. BING 1781. Bitting 419. Oberlè, n. 75. NUC, 523/211..

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        Teilansicht, Blatt m. zwei Ansichten. Markusdom v. Westen; Dogenpalastbrand 1577, "Avgvstt apvd venetos .", "Palatii Senatorii apvd Venetos .".

      - altkol. Kupferstich aus Braun - Hogenberg, 1598, 35 x 47,3

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        Descriptionis Ptolemaicae augmentum, sive Occidentis notitia commentario illustrata.

      Louvain: Gerard Rivius, 1598. Folio (11 7/8 x 7 5/8 inches). Roman and italic types, engraved title-page within fine historiated architectectural border, 19 double-page engraved maps (including a world map and 18 regional maps of the Americas), woodcut initials and head- and tailpieces (one insignificant marginal repair, occasional faint dampstains at lower margins). Contemporary pigskin over paste-board, covers elaborately decorated with a broad border of blind architectural roll-tools, surrounding small putti and floral tools and a central arabesque medallion on the front cover, and the ecclesiastical arms of a Bishop on the back cover, the spine in six compartments with five raised bands, with the title in manuscript in one (small early repair at the head of the spine, traces of two pairs of ties, lightly soiled, extremities a bit scuffed). Provenance: 18th-century inscription "Geogr[aphy] III" on front paste-down; David Parsons (Collection of Voyages and Travels). ".as important in the history of the earliest cartography of the new world, as Ptolemy's maps are in the study of the old" (Phillips). An exceptional copy in a fine contemporary binding of "the earliest distinctively American atlas. It is as important in the history of the earliest cartography of the new world, as Ptolemy's maps are in the study of the old" (Phillips). Second edition, Rivius issue (edition shared with Johann Bogard). The maps are fine, early impressions: "Nova Francia et Canada," "Norumbega et Virginia," "Limes Occidentis," "Peruani regni descriptio," and "Chica sive Patagonica" all carry the date of 1597. First published by Johann Bogard in 1597. Cornelis van Wytfliet, secretary to the Council of Brabant, called his atlas of the New World a supplement to Ptolemy's "Geography", although the two works are actually quite separate. Dedicated to King Philip III of Spain, and covering the history of the first European encounters with the New World, its geography, and natural history, Wyfliet used as his source the works of Acosta, Hakluyt, de Bry and Ramusio. The fine maps, by an unknown engraver, include a double-hemispherical world map (Shirley 207) based on Rumold Mercator's influential 1587 map, eight maps of North America (Burden 100-107), ten maps of South America (Chile, Peru, two maps of Brazil, present-day Colombia and Venezuala, the northernmost coast of South America with the neighbouring Caribbean islands, Hispaniola, Cuba and Jamaica, and two maps of Central America), and one of Antarctica and are for many of the regions the earliest separate printed maps. Among the North American maps are the first map to use "Canada" in its title, the first printed map of central Canada, the first printed map devoted to California and the present-day Southwest of the US (embellished with a number of fanciful place names, based on Spanish sources); one of only three 16th-century printed maps of Florida, which includes surrounding regions such as Cuba and the coast north to the Outer Banks, and which is one of the few 16th-century maps of America to record any geographical information on inland areas; and the map "Norumbega et Virginia," only the second printed map to use the name Virginia, and which remained the most accurate map of the East Coast from the Carolinas to Canada until the publication of de Laet's map of the same area in 1630. Wytfliet's atlas was an immediate success, and six further editions, including three with French text, were published within the next two decades. Bogard issued two editions in 1597, the second correcting errors of pagination and with the maps bound in with the related sections of text. Borba de Moraes 2:381; European Americana 598/122; Donald C. Gallup, "Wytfliet's Descriptionis Ptolemaicae Augmentum" in Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 76.1 (1982): 66-7; Koeman (Wyt) 2; Phillips, "Atlases" 3645; Sabin 105697; cf. Burden, "North America" 100-107, Shirley, "World" 207. .

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        (City / Town Plan - Toledo, Spain): Toletum

      Braun & Hogenberg, 1598. Near fine, early color, latin edition (applicable text verso). Very decorative town plan of Toledo, Spain from this edition of the famous city atlas. Cherubim, palace, temple all present as separate images. These plans are well-known to collectors, and this particular item is increasingly uncommon. The full atlas was published in 6 volumes, in various editions, from 1572-1617. It was a collaborative work between many artists, engravers and cartographers (for a nice discussion of the history of this atlas, see Goss's THE MAPMAKERS ART, pp. 260-5). The map image measures 12.75x20 inches..

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        Franciae, Ortelius edition anno 1603., latin edition, contempora

      Ortelius Abraham, 1527-1598 - Copperengraving, latin edition anno 1603, Reference: vdB Nr. 100 a, size of the map: 364 x 252 mm. little brownish on margins. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Phytognomonica ... Octo libris contenta; in quibus nova, facillimaque affertur methodus, qua plantarum, animalium, metallorum; rerum denique omnium ex prima extimae faciei inspectione quivis abditas vires assequatur. Frankfurt, Johann Wechel and Peter Fischer, 1591. 8vo. With title-page printed in red and black, woodcut printer's device, woodcut author's portrait on the back of the title-page and 32 woodcuts in text illustrating plants and their similarity to the various parts of the body. Later vellum.

      Arber, pp. 208-210; BMC NH, p. 1598; Nissen, BBI 463; VD 16, P4331; Wood, p. 522; DSB XI, pp. 95-98; cf. Hunter 158 (first ed). Second edition of Porta's work on the doctrine of signatures and it is sometimes held that he was the real originator of this doctrine. Giambattista della Porta (1535-1615) believed that the external form of man indicates his internal qualities. Expanding this theory to plants, he maintained that the external form of plants reveals their internal healing powers. The plants that resemble particular parts of the body should be considered as suitable medication for illnesses in those particular body parts. "The back view of a human head with a thick crop of hair is introduced into the block with the Maidenhair Fern, which is an ancient specific for baldness; a Pomegranate with its seeds exposed, and a plant of "Toothwort," with its hard, white scale-leaves, are represented in the same figure as a set of human teeth" (Arber, p. 209). Porta also discusses the resemblance of plants and animal parts. A study of the character of the animal would provide clues to the medical qualities of the resembling plant. Phytognomonica was first published in Naples in 1588.In very good condition.

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        Opera (dell'Arte di Cucinare) divisa in sei libri. Nel primo si contiene ragionamento che fa l'autore con Gio. suo discepolo. Nel secondo si tratta di diverse vivande di carne, si di quadrupedi, come di volatili. Nel terzo si parla della statura e stagione de' pesci. Nel quarto si mostrano le liste del presentar le vivande in tavola così di grasso come di magro. Nel quinto si contiene l'ordine di far diverse sorte di paste et altri lavori. Nel sesto et ultimo libro si ragiona de' convalescenti et molte altre sorti di vivande per gli infermi.Con le figure che fanno bisogno nella cucina.

      In Venezia, appresso Alessandro Vecchi, MDXCVIII (1598), - in-4 (mm 206x150), ff. (4), 311, (13, ill.), leg. coeva in pergamena floscia. Nei ff. preliminari: privilegio di Pio V, dedica "a Don Franc. di Reinoso scalco e cameriero secreto" e dedica ai Lettori. Stupendamente illustrato con ritratto inciso in rame dell'autore e da 27 artistiche tavole a piena pag. f.t. in silografia (una su doppia pag. delinea con ricchezza di particolari il cerimoniale del servizio di mensa nel Conclave dell'inverno 1549-50): esse offrono una straordinaria documentazione degli arnesi e dei lavori di cucina e rivelano la progredita tecnologia e l'armamentario di una tra le officine gastronomiche principesche del tardo Rinascimento italiano. "Il trattato, ch'è il più ampio e completo fra quanti ne vennero elaborati nel "500, ha il carattere di una summa sistematica, frutto di innumerevoli esperienze codificate e filtrate da una rielaborazione unitaria ad opera di un redattore lucido, asciutto, efficiente, che usa un linguaggio tecnico altamente specializzato." (Firpo, Gastronomia del Rinascimento). Quinta edizione (prima 1570) di questo celebre classico della letteratura gastronomica italiana, di grande valore anche per la storia del costume e della tecnologia. Opera rara a trovarsi in buono stato e integra di tavole. (Bell'esempl., puro, grande di margini. Lievissimi aloni e arrossamenti della carta). Westbury, p.202. Vicaire, 773. BING 1781. Bitting 419. Oberlè, n. 75. NUC, 523/211. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Universi Orbis Descriptio ad Vsvm Navigativm

      Colonia 1598 - Pubblicata per la prima volta a Venezia nel 1596, questa bellissima carta nautica del mondo tratta dalla "Geographia" del Magini, edizione di Colonia 1598. Cartograficamente deriva dalla mappa murale del mondo di Mercator del 1569. Incisione in rame, in ottime condizioni. Magini's mariner map follows Gerard Mercator's large world map of 1569 on a much reduced scale and with the fanciful addition of chains of mountains acorss the southern continent. R. W. Shirley, "The Mapping of the world", p. 216, 196. Dimensioni 170 140mm

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        Scio

      Venezia 1598 - Carta tratta dal celebre "Viiaggio da Venezia a Costantinopoli" del Rosaccio, edito a Venezia nel 1598 da Giacomo Franco. Le incisioni sono finemente intagliate in rame da Marco Sadeler, membro della nota famiglia di artisti attivi tra Venezia e Praga. Tali pregevoli incisioni rappresentano graficamente le tappe dell’itinerario descritto da Rosaccio, raffigurando le principali città, tratti di costa, golfi, ma anche vedute, castelli, fortezze. Si potrebbero senz’altro definire le incisioni quali reali protagoniste dell’opera di Rosaccio: il testo, infatti, nelle parole dello stesso autore, non rappresenta altro che una vera e propria didascalia destinata ad accompagnare e commentare ogni immagine. In perfetto stato di conservazione, rara. Map taken from the famous "Viaggio da Venezia a Costantinopoli" by Rosaccio, published in Venice in 1598 by the Giacomo Franco. The map are engraved by Marco Sadeler. Perfect conditions. Rare. Zacharakis C. G. "A Catalogue of Printed Maps of Greece 1477 - 1800 (2009), n. 2969. Dimensioni 180 100mm

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        Dialogo della giostra fatta in Trivigi l?anno MDXCVII. (Leg.con:) MANUZIO, Aldo. Il Perfetto Gentil?Huomo. Venezia 1584,

      Ove s"hanno diversi ingeniosi, e piacevoli discorsi intorno alla dechiaratione e interpretatione delle livree, imprese, e motti di ciascuno de" cavalieri. Con un sommario d'un'altra notabilissima giostra fatta l'anno 1481. Trivigi, appresso Dehuchino, 1598, - 2 opere in un vol. in-4, pp. (8), 160; (8, le ultime 2 bianche), 64. Buona legatura secentesca in pergamena rigida, titoli su tassello in pelle al dorso, tagli spruzzati. Prima ed unica edizione, rarissima, illustrata da 15 imprese incise nel testo e da alcune altre figure emblematiche. Nella festa, realizzata per il Carnevale del 1597, vennero messi in scena quadri allegorici legati alle simbologie presenti sui diversi stemmi delle piu' illustri famiglie di Treviso. Giovanni Della Torre descrive l'ingresso degli 11 cavalieri partecipanti, l'abbigliamento dei paggi e la bardatura dei cavalli. L'anno successivo pubblicherà la descrizione di una seconda grande festa allestita in Treviso, questa volta in occasione delle nozze del Conte Alberto Scotto con Matilda Collalto: ''La barriera fatta nel castello di S. Salvatore''. (Frontespizio rinforzato). Visentini 432. Praz, p. 312. Choix 10408. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Zug der Persianischen Kauffleut

      Frankfurt am Main Joh Saur 1598 - Near East."Zug der Persianischen Kauffleut, so Jährlich zweymahl von Alepo nach Ormus reisen und handlen". Orig. copper-engraving by Johann Theodor de Bry and Johann Israel de Bry. From Jan Huyghen's van Linschoten "Ander Theil der Orientalischen Indien", published by Joh. Saur in Frankfurt am Main, 1598. Whole book page with German title above the picture and 11 lines of German text below the picture. 14,5:17 cm (5 3/4 x 6 3/4 inch. - the picture). A depiction of Caravan of Arab merchants travelling from Aleppo to Basra.

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        Territorio di Siena

      Bologna 1598 - Carta geografica tratta da L'Italia a cura di Fabio Magini, edito a Bologna tra il 1620 ed il 1640. La fonte è la carta del monaco toscano Stefano Buonsignori, del 1584. Alcune varianti sono presenti intorno al territorio di Piombino, per il quale evidentemente il Magini deve aver attinto da fonti sconosciute al Buonsignori. Lieve gora nei margini, nel complesso in ottimo stato di conservazione. Bibliografia: Almagià pagg. 62/65. E. Pellegrini, "Il territorio senese nella cartografia antica", p. 133/XI Dimensioni 465 350mm

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        Kupferstich- Karte, 2 Karten auf einem Blatt, n. Lazius bei Ortelius, "Rhetiae alpestris descriptio, in qua hodie Tirolis Comitatvs. - Goritiae, Karstii, Chaczeolae, Carniolae, Histriae, Et Windorum Marchae Descrip.".

      - altkol., 1598, 34 x 25,5 und 34 x 23 (H) Van den Broecke 116a und b. Die Vorlagen beider Karten stammen von Wolfang Lazius; die linke Karte zeigt Nord- und Südtirol mit dem Gebiet zwischen den oberbayrischen Seen und München im Norden, dem Gardasee sowie Verona im Süden, die rechte Karte zeigt Istrien, die Grafschaft Görz (Gorizia), Krain, und die Windische Mark sowie nordwestliche Kroatien und die Inseln der Kvarner-Bucht Krk, Rab u.Cres; altkoloriertes Exemplar, von guter Erhaltung.

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        Cento Novelle scelte da piu nobili scrittori della lingua volgare di Francesco Sansovino, nelle quali piacevoli & notabili avvenimenti si contengono: di nuovo reformate, rivedute, e corrette...

      1598. In Venetia, appresso Alessandro de Vecchi, (Alla stampa di Marco Claseri), 1598. In 4to (cm. 19,8), mezza pelle a 5 nervi del Settecento; pp. (8), 407, (9). Bellissime xilografie a piena pagina e nel testo. Axs

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        Patria del Friuli olim Forum Iulii

      Bologna 1598 - - TIRATURA ORIGINALE di G. A. MAGINI, prima del cartiglio in basso a sinistra - Prima, rarissima, versione della carta dell Friuli del Magini, antecedente alla versione successivamente publicata postuma dal figlio Fabio nel 'L’Italia di Giovanni Antonio Magini', stampato per la prima volta a Bologna nel 1620. Tutte le carte dell’atlante vennero alle stampe prima del 1620, nelle loro stesure provvisorie, che successivamente furono corrette ed aggiornate per l’edizione definitiva. Tali prove sono rarissime, talvolta si trovano occasionalmente negli atlanti fattizi di alcune biblioteche, e presentano differenze sostanziali con quelle poi incluse nell’atlante. La differenza maggiore in questa mappa consiste nella mancanza del cartiglio, che verrà poi inserito in basso a sinistra. Il cartiglio contiene la dedica di Fabio Magini. Come giustamente osserva Almagià, la carta, seppur basata sui prodotti anteriori di Giovanni Andrea Vavvassore, Paolo Forlani e Donato Bertelli, è "esempio di una carta derivante da molte diverse fonti, sia edite che inedite, e rappresenta perciò il prodotto di un lavoro personale di compilazione, di coordinamento e di vaglio, che viene a conferire alla carta stessa il carattere e il valore di un prodotto originale". Per la realizzazione delle lastre il Magini si servì di due dei più famosi intagliatori dell’epoca; il belga Arnorldo Arnoldi e l’inglese Benjamin Wright. Incisione in rame, leggere tracce di colla alla piega centrale, nel complesso in ottimo stato di conservazione. RARISSIMA. R. Almagià, L'Italia di Giovanni Antonio Magini, pp. 42, 43. Dimensioni 455 355mm

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        Argonautica

      Anversa 1598 - Carta storica tratta dal "Parergon" di Ortelius, il primo atlante storico. Molto decorativo il cartiglio del titolo centrato nella parte superiore della mappa. Le mappe della Parergon illustrano i greci romani ed egizianii, così come il passato mitico, e sono il risultato della propria ricerca di Ortelius. In ampi testi al verso delle mappe, Ortelius riassume gli avvenimenti descritti e descrive le sue fonti. Argonautica descrive il viaggio di Giasone, secondo il racconto di Orfeo, ed illustra il percorso per tornare nel Mediterraneo attraverso le Colonne d'Ercole. Come fecero gli antichi, Ortelius accetta il viaggio come fatto storico e non mitologico. Incisione in rame, finemente colorata a mano, in ottimo stato di conservazione. A very nice map of Greece. Very decorative title cartouche centered in the upper part of the map. Three inset maps in upper left-hand corner and lower-right-hand corner, including maps of Europe, Thessaly and Bithynie. From Ortelius’ "Parergon", the first historical atlas. The maps of the Parergon illustrate the Greek, Roman, and Egyptian worlds, as well as the mythical past, and were the result of Ortelius’s own research. In extensive texts on the versos of the maps, Ortelius summarizes the events depicted and describes his sources. "Argonautica" sets forth the voyage of Jason, according to the pseudo-Orpheus account that takes the voyagers north, up the Don, to the Arctic and Atlantic Oceans and back to the Mediterranean through the Pillars of Hercules. As did the ancients, Ortelius accepts the voyage as historical fact. M. Van den Broecke "Ortelius Atlas Maps" (2011), n. 226. Dimensioni 490 350mm

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        Nova Pvlcherrimae Civitatis Florentiae Topographia Accvratiss. Delineata

      Venezia 1598 - Acquaforte e bulino, circa 1598, firmata in lastra in basso a destra. Magnifica prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata al rame, alcune pieghe di carta, lievissime abrasioni, nel complesso in ottimo stato di conservazione. Di derivazione dalla grande pianta di Stefano Buonsignori, questa rarissima pianta della città edita a Venezia alla fine del XVI secolo, non è la ristampa della lastra del Florimi (1595) come sostenuto invece dal Mori-Boffito. Donato Rascicotti o Rasciotti, Rasicotti e Rosigotti era stampatore, editore e commerciante di stampe nativo di Brescia ed attivo a Venezia e forse a Bologna e Roma. Probabilmente può essere identificato anche con Donato Resegata "stampatore di disegni" arrestato a Roma nel 1577 sorpreso a rubare disegni dalla bottega di Antonio Lafrery, e che viveva nella casa dell’editore Lorenzo Vaccari e prima di Mario Cartaro. A Venezia il suo negozio era al Ponte dei Baretteri; nel 1598 ottenne il privilegio del Doge con l’autorizzazione alla stampa. Almagià lo descrive come editore di mappe incise da Giovanni Battista Mazza e come stampatore di lastre dei Bertelli. Sono note anche sue tirature di lastre prima edite dal Tramezzino e Martino Rota. Etching and engraving, 1598 circa, signed on lower right plate. Magnificent work, printed on contemporary laid paper trimmer to platemark, some paper folds and light abrasions, otherwise in good condition. With its origin the great plan of Stefano Buonsignori, this rare work was published in Venice at the end of the XVI century; this is not the reissue of Florimi’s plate (1595), as Mori-Boffito stated. Donato Rascicotti or Rasciotti, Rasicotti and Rosigotti was printer, publisher and print dealer; he was born in Brescia but worked in Venice and maybe in Bologna and Rome too. Very likely, he can be identified with Donato Resegata "printer of drawings" who was arrested in Rome in 1577, caught while he was stealing some drawings from Antonio Lafrery’s workshop, and who lived in the house of Lorenzo Vaccari and, even before, in that of Mario Cartaro. His shop in Venice was at Ponte dei Baretteri; in 1598 he was granted the Doge privilege with the permission to print. Almagià describes him as the publisher of Giovanni Battista Mazza’s maps and the Bertelli’s plates. Quite famous are also his editions of the plates already published by Tramezzino and Martino Rota. A very rare map of Florence. Mori-Boffito pp. 45/47; Bury, The Print in Italy, p. 232. Dimensioni 505x401. Dimensioni 505 401mm [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Territorio di Bergamo

      Bologna 1598 - Carta geografica tratta da L'Italia a cura di Fabio Magini, edito a Bologna tra il 1620 ed il 1640. La carta del territorio bergamasco del Magini deriva in tutto e per tutto dal disegno a penna di Giulio Sorte eseguito nel 1575, parziale copia della carte realizzata dal padre Cristoforo Sorte, del quale si sono perse le notizie. La grande carta del Sorte, commissionatagli dal doge di Venezia, riguardava tutto il Dominio Veneto; la copia del figlio Giulio del territorio di Bergamo differisce in diversi particolari dalla carta del Magini, il che lascia presupporre che questi in realtà si ispirò direttamente al particolare della grande carta del Dominio Veneto. Lieve gora nei margini, nel complesso in ottimo stato di conservazione. Dimensioni: 465x350. Geographic map, taken from "L'Italia" edited by Fabio Magini, printed in Bologna between 1620 and 1640. This map derives entirely from a pen-and-ink drawing that Giulio Sorte realized in 1575, a sort of copy of a previous map realized by his father Cristoforo Sorte, nowadays lost. The great map had been commissioned to C. Sorte by the Doge of Venice, it had to depict the whole Venetian dominion. The copy of his son is about the territory of Bergamo and it differs from Magini's in some details. Light water spot on the margins, otherwise in goosd condition. Almagià pagg. 40/42. Dimensioni

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        Hinrick Smids Lægebog. Vol. I (af III).

      2. samlede udgave. Lübeck, Aswerus Krögers Arvinger, & Rostock, Steph. Möllmann, (Forlægger: Lor. Albrecht i Lübeck), uden år [1598(-99)]. 8°. Senere, slidt og delvist repareret pergamentbind. 256 blade, signeret A8-Z8, Aa8-Ii8. Til dels med bladtal, mange fejl i folieringen. Titelblad og blad 2 repareret i margin. Enkelte marginale rifter, skjolder og pletter. Blad 8 i facsimile. Laurits Nielsen 1509; (Rosenkilde & Ballhausen 269).

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        Protocol Dat is, De gantsche handelinge des ghesprecx ghehouden tot Leeuwarden in Vrieslandt, tusschen Ruardum Acroniu(s) dienaer des Godlijcken woords ter eene, ende Peeter van Ceulen dienaer by de Mennisten ofte Wederdooperen ter ander syden: Begonnen den 16. Augusti 1596. ende voleyndighet den 17. Novembris des selvighen Jaers. Met een Voor-reden verclarende hiervan het oordeel der E.E.H. Staten.

      Franeker, Gillis vanden Rade 1598 - (26) 501 (7) p. Origineel Perkament met ribben en stempels, 4° (Voor- en achterin teer aan de randen en plaatselijk verstevigd, pagina 309-312 verkeerd gebonden, titelpagina in kopie, mist 1 pagina voorwerk en 1 pagina voor het register met een brief aan de Gedeputeerde Staten van Friesland.)

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        East Friesland antique map - Ortelius, 1598.

      East Friesland, Ostfriesland - "Frisia Orientalis"Beautiful map of east Frisian islands and the northwestern tip of Germany. With people in local costumes. Nicely ornamented inset of the Eems estuary. Based on a manuscript map of Jan Bloemaert or Johannes Florianus.Published by Abraham Ortelius in Antwerp 1598. Coloured by a later hand. Verso: French text. Size: 37,7 x 50,2 cm.price: ?1.100,- (excl. VAT/BTW).

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        Helvetiae Descriptio. Aegidio Tschvdo Avct

      1598 - Map. Engraving. Image measures 13.5 x 18 inches. Sheet measures 16.5 x 20.5" This map of Switzerland is centered on Lake Lucerne and include much of Northern Italy. Oriented with south to the top, the map extends from Lakes Como and Maggiore down north to Lake Constance. This map marked considerable progress in the mapping of Switzerland, including as it does significant cities and locales. Furthermore, a plinth rendered in three dimensions in the upper right corner of the map bears an inscription describing the geography of the region in Swiss miles. Given its wealth of information, the map served as a productive model for Abraham Ortelius's map of Switzerland as published in his 1570 "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum," considered the first modern atlas of the world. The map is in good condition with deluxe margins. Some repair to top center seam. French text on verso. Aegidius Tschudi (1505-1572) was a prominent member of Swiss society best known for his history of the early Swiss Confederacy, Chronicon Helveticum. While his findings were greatly influenced by the prestige of his family, his work did contribute to a considerable increase in knowledge of the Confederacy as it began in the 14th century and consequently developed.

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