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2018-05-04 05:06:06
HAKLUYT, Richard.
London, George Bishop, Ralph Newberie and Robert Barker, 1598-1600.. SECOND EDITION, FIRST PRINTING, THREE VOLUMES IN TWO, THE FIRST TWO VOLUMES BOUND TOGETHER AS USUAL, COMPLETE SET, 1598, 1599, 1600. NOT A MATCHING SET AS THE VOLUMES DIFFER IN SIZE AND BINDING. LACKS THE MAP AS USUAL, 4 LEAVES IN THE SECOND VOLUME ARE FROM A SMALLER COPY. Lacking, "A briefe and true report of the honourable voyage vnto Cadiz" as it was suppressed and excised by order of Queen Elizabeth after the disgrace of Essex, the seven Cadiz leaves were simply removed from the end of the first volume. Folio, in sixes, the page size of the first 2 volumes bound together is 310 x 200 mm, 12¼ x 8 inches, a tall copy (same size as the copy listed in Pforzheimer), the third voume 280 x 185 mm, 11 x 7 inches, pages: [24], 1-606; [16], 1-312, the second part of Volume 2, 1-204; the third Volume, [16], 1-868, pictorial and decorated initials and ornaments, first two volumes bound together in half calf, marbled boards, early red gilt lettered morocco label between raised bands, the third volume bound in full calf, old calf covers with a new spine and red gilt lettered label, gilt rules between raised bands, both volumes have new endpapers, engraved bookplate to first pastedown of Volume 1. Marbled paper slightly scuffed and stained, slight shelf wear to edges, the title pages of Volume 1 and Volume 3 have been reinserted on a tab, and the inner margins are slightly damaged though not affecting the text, title page of Volume 1 is dusty with the corners strengthened, central horizontal crease plus a few ot … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2018-05-03 08:10:52
Camerarius, Joachim
Frankfurt a. M., Andreas Wechels Erben, Claude de Marne u. Johann Aubry, 1598. Fol. Mit Holzschn.-Druckermarke am Titel u. am Ende. 143 S. - Angeb. - Curio, Celio Agostino. Sarracenicae historiae libri tres [...]. Ebda., 1596. Mit Holzschn.-Druckermarke am Titel. 171 (1) S., 4 Bll., Etw. späterer Ldr.-Bd. a. 5 Bünden m. goldgepr. Rückentitel u. dreiseitig gespränkeltem Rotschnitt. Ad 1) Erste Ausgabe dieser Sammlung von Schriften zur osmanischen Geschichte und deren Herrscher. „J. Camerarius d. J. weist darauf hin, daß er dieses Werk seines Vaters auf das Drängen berufener Männer als Fragment veröffentlichte, in den ‚Narrationes Turcicae duobus commentariis pertractatur‘“ (Göllner). - Ad 2) Dritte Ausgabe, erschien erstmals 1567. - Sammelwerk über die Geschichte der islamischen Völker sowie ihrer Angriffe auf Europa, zuletzt die der Türken. „Curio's ‚Saracen history‘ was first printed at Basle in 1567. Also included in this work is Curio's account of the Moorish Kingdom of Mauritania, his brother Caelius Secundus's account of the siege of Malta by the Turks in 1565 and Wolfgang Drechsler's Chronicle of the Saracens and Turks“ (Blackmer). - Einband etw. beschabt. Vorderdeckel etw. fleckig u. mit Bezugsfehlstellen. Exlibris u. alter Vermerk a. Innendeckel. Vorsätze u. die ersten Bll. an den Rändern leimschattig. Vereinzelte Unterstreichungen bzw. Marginalien von alter Hand. Tlw. schwach gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig. - Ad 1) VD16, C 527; Göllner 2325. - Ad 2) VD16, C 6413; Göllner 2190; Blackmer Collection 431. Versand D: 9,80 EUR Camerarius, De rebus Turcicis, Curio, Sarrace … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Grazer Buch- und Kunstantiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Austria]
2018-05-03 00:46:14
Casas, Bartolomé de las (c1484-1566)
de Bry and Sauer, Frankfurt. [6]+141 pages with Engraved title page, 17 copperplate text engravings. Octavo (8 1/4" x 5 1/2") bound later vellum. From the library of Mexican bibliophile Federico Gómez de Orozco. (Church 320; European Americana 598/20; Medina BHA 383; Palau 46960; Streeter sale I:30) First Latin edition, and first illustrated edition of the author's Brevissima relacion, its appendix, and 2 other tracts. This was the first appearance of the illustrations depicting the atrocities committed by the Spaniards in the New World. The engravings, which were used in many later publications, were done by the de Bry brothers after original drawings by Jodocus a Winghe, who had never visited America. "This edition is much sought for, in consequence of the beauty of the first impressions of the plates"--Sabin 11283. Bartolomé de las Casas was a 16th-century Spanish historian, social reformer and Dominican friar. He became the first resident Bishop of Chiapas, and the first officially appointed "Protector of the Indians". His extensive writings, the most famous being A Short Account of the Destruction of the Indies and Historia de Las Indias, chronicle the first decades of colonization of the West Indies and focus particularly on the atrocities committed by the colonizers against the indigenous peoples. He spent 50 years of his life actively fighting slavery and the violent colonial abuse of indigenous peoples, especially by trying to convince the Spanish court to adopt a more humane policy of colonization. Unlike the other priests who sought to destroy all of the indigeno … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Book Collector, Inc. ABAA,IOBA,TxBA [Forth Worth, TX, U.S.A.]
2018-04-30 07:32:23
HAKLUYT, Richard.
London, George Bishop, Ralph Newberie and Robert Barker, 1598-1600. SECOND EDITION, FIRST PRINTING, THREE VOLUMES IN TWO, THE FIRST TWO VOLUMES BOUND TOGETHER AS USUAL, COMPLETE SET, 1598, 1599, 1600. NOT A MATCHING SET AS THE VOLUMES DIFFER IN SIZE AND BINDING. LACKS THE MAP AS USUAL, 4 LEAVES IN THE SECOND VOLUME ARE FROM A SMALLER COPY. Lacking, "A briefe and true report of the honourable voyage vnto Cadiz" as it was suppressed and excised by order of Queen Elizabeth after the disgrace of Essex, the seven Cadiz leaves were simply removed from the end of the first volume. Folio, in sixes, the page size of the first 2 volumes bound together is 310 x 200 mm, 12¼ x 8 inches, a tall copy (same size as the copy listed in Pforzheimer), the third voume 280 x 185 mm, 11 x 7 inches, pages: [24], 1-606; [16], 1-312, the second part of Volume 2, 1-204; the third Volume, [16], 1-868, pictorial and decorated initials and ornaments, first two volumes bound together in half calf, marbled boards, early red gilt lettered morocco label between raised bands, the third volume bound in full calf, old calf covers with a new spine and red gilt lettered label, gilt rules between raised bands, both volumes have new endpapers, engraved bookplate to first pastedown of Volume 1. Marbled paper slightly scuffed and stained, slight shelf wear to edges, the title pages of Volume 1 and Volume 3 have been reinserted on a tab, and the inner margins are slightly damaged though not affecting the text, title page of Volume 1 is dusty with the corners strengthened, central horizontal crease plus a few other cr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2018-04-28 22:34:55
UNICORNO, JOSEPPO mathematico eccellentissimo.:
Venice, Francesco de' Franceschi, 1598. FIRST EDITION 1598, IN TWO PARTS WITH SEPARATE TITLE PAGES, EX BRITISH MUSEUM LIBRARY DUPLICATE COPY, Italian text, small 4to, approximately 230 x 150 mm, 9 x 6 inches, printer's device on title pages and above colophon, a few pictorial initials, many decorated initials, many diagrams, pages: [16], 1-204 (i.e. 408, numbered on rectos only), [8], 205-395, all together 814 pages, LACKS 1 LEAF (page number 349-50) in the second part and FINAL BLANK LEAF after the colophon page, rebound in full calf, maroon title label with gilt lettering between raised bands, blind decoration to spine and covers, new endpapers, all edges red. Title page slightly trimmed at fore-edge, lightly browned and faintly foxed, edges have early repairs on blank side and small repair to top of inner margin, 2 small British Museum 'duplicate' stamps on reverse of title page, 1 on reverse of second title page and 1 on colophon page, a few pages lightly browned, lower margin of 1 prelim page and 2 lower corners expertly repaired, no loss of text, 2 small corners torn off, no loss of text, occasional small pale stains, 1 small ink smudge in the text, 4 neat notes in the margins, 1 pointing hand in the margin and 7 instances of unobtrusive underlining, tiny worm track in lower margin affects 20 leaves. A very good copy. See Smith, Rara Arithmetica, pages. 412-415: 'This is one of the most elaborate treatises on arithmetic published in Italy in the sixteenth century. ... The first book treats in a detailed fashion of the fundamental operations. Unicornus, for example, gi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [GB]
2018-04-28 07:59:05
UNICORNO, JOSEPPO mathematico eccellentissimo.
Venice Francesco de' Franceschi. FIRST EDITION 1598, IN TWO PARTS WITH SEPARATE TITLE PAGES, EX BRITISH MUSEUM LIBRARY DUPLICATE COPY, Italian text, small 4to, approximately 230 x 150 mm, 9 x 6 inches, printer's device on title pages and above colophon, a few pictorial initials, many decorated initials, many diagrams, pages: [16], 1-204 (i.e. 408, numbered on rectos only), [8], 205-395, all together 814 pages, LACKS 1 LEAF (page number 349-50) in the second part and FINAL BLANK LEAF after the colophon page, rebound in full calf, maroon title label with gilt lettering between raised bands, blind decoration to spine and covers, new endpapers, all edges red. Title page slightly trimmed at fore-edge, lightly browned and faintly foxed, edges have early repairs on blank side and small repair to top of inner margin, 2 small British Museum 'duplicate' stamps on reverse of title page, 1 on reverse of second title page and 1 on colophon page, a few pages lightly browned, lower margin of 1 prelim page and 2 lower corners expertly repaired, no loss of text, 2 small corners torn off, no loss of text, occasional small pale stains, 1 small ink smudge in the text, 4 neat notes in the margins, 1 pointing hand in the margin and 7 instances of unobtrusive underlining, tiny worm track in lower margin affects 20 leaves. A very good copy. See Smith, Rara Arithmetica, pages. 412-415: 'This is one of the most elaborate treatises on arithmetic published in Italy in the sixteenth century. . The first book treats in a detailed fashion of the fundamental operations. Unicornus, for example, gives six m … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2018-04-28 00:07:36
HAKLUYT, Richard.:
London, George Bishop, Ralph Newberie and Robert Barker, 1598-1600. SECOND EDITION, FIRST PRINTING, THREE VOLUMES IN TWO, THE FIRST TWO VOLUMES BOUND TOGETHER AS USUAL, COMPLETE SET, 1598, 1599, 1600. NOT A MATCHING SET AS THE VOLUMES DIFFER IN SIZE AND BINDING. LACKS THE MAP AS USUAL, 4 LEAVES IN THE SECOND VOLUME ARE FROM A SMALLER COPY. Lacking, "A briefe and true report of the honourable voyage vnto Cadiz" as it was suppressed and excised by order of Queen Elizabeth after the disgrace of Essex, the seven Cadiz leaves were simply removed from the end of the first volume. Folio, in sixes, the page size of the first 2 volumes bound together is 310 x 200 mm, 12¼ x 8 inches, a tall copy (same size as the copy listed in Pforzheimer), the third voume 280 x 185 mm, 11 x 7 inches, pages: [24], 1-606; [16], 1-312, the second part of Volume 2, 1-204; the third Volume, [16], 1-868, pictorial and decorated initials and ornaments, first two volumes bound together in half calf, marbled boards, early red gilt lettered morocco label between raised bands, the third volume bound in full calf, old calf covers with a new spine and red gilt lettered label, gilt rules between raised bands, both volumes have new endpapers, engraved bookplate to first pastedown of Volume 1. Marbled paper slightly scuffed and stained, slight shelf wear to edges, the title pages of Volume 1 and Volume 3 have been reinserted on a tab, and the inner margins are slightly damaged though not affecting the text, title page of Volume 1 is dusty with the corners strengthened, central horizontal crease plus a few other cr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [GB]
2018-04-26 09:53:48
HAKLUYT, Richard.
London, George Bishop, Ralph Newberie and Robert Barker, 1598-1600.. SECOND EDITION, FIRST PRINTING, THREE VOLUMES IN TWO, THE FIRST TWO VOLUMES BOUND TOGETHER AS USUAL, COMPLETE SET, 1598, 1599, 1600. NOT A MATCHING SET AS THE VOLUMES DIFFER IN SIZE AND BINDING. LACKS THE MAP AS USUAL, 4 LEAVES IN THE SECOND VOLUME ARE FROM A SMALLER COPY. Lacking, "A briefe and true report of the honourable voyage vnto Cadiz" as it was suppressed and excised by order of Queen Elizabeth after the disgrace of Essex, the seven Cadiz leaves were simply removed from the end of the first volume. Folio, in sixes, the page size of the first 2 volumes bound together is 310 x 200 mm, 12¼ x 8 inches, a tall untrimmed copy (same size as the copy listed in Pforzheimer), most sets are the same size as the third volume 280 x 185 mm, 11 x 7 inches, pages: [24], 1-606; [16], 1-312, the second part of Volume 2, 1-204; the third Volume, [16], 1-868, pictorial and decorated initials and ornaments, first two volumes bound together in half calf, marbled boards, early red gilt lettered morocco label between raised bands, the third volume bound in full calf, old calf covers with a new spine and red gilt lettered label, gilt rules between raised bands, both volumes have new endpapers, engraved bookplate to first pastedown of Volume 1. Marbled paper slightly scuffed and stained, slight shelf wear to edges, the title pages of Volume 1 and Volume 3 have been reinserted on a tab, and the inner margins are slightly damaged though not affecting the text, title page of Volume 1 is dusty with the corners strengthened … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2018-04-25 10:33:46
UNICORNO, Giuseppe (1523-1610)
Venezia, Francesco De Franceschi, 1598. Due parti in un volume in 4to (mm. 211x144). Carte [8], 204, [4: titolo, dedica e indice alla parte II], 205–395, [1]. Segnatura: *-**4 A-Z4 Aa-Zz4 Aaa-Eee4 [π]4 Fff-Zzz4 Aaaa-Zzzz4 Aaaaa-Ggggg4. La carta Ggggg4 è bianca. Marca tipografica ai titoli e alla carta Ggggg3r. Iniziali decorate e numerosi diagrammi in legno nel testo. Sul contropiatto anteriore nota di acquisto: "Questo libro è di proprietà di Antonio Bruschetti acquistato dal med. li 17 Agosto 1833 in Macerata". Pergamena rigida del Seicento, titolo manoscritto al dorso. Lievi fioriture marginali, margini sobri che tuttavia toccano il testo delle note marginali solo in un caso, alla c. Ccccc4r, dove la metà di una frazione numerica è tagliata via, piccola perdita al margine inferiore di alcune carte dovuta alla sottigliezza della carta senza danno al testo, nel complesso ottima copia fresca e genuina. Prima ed unica edizione dell'opera maggiore di Unicorno, matematico, filosofo, astrologo e musicolo originario di Bergamo. Esemplare completo anche della seconda parte, spesso mancante. Così si esprime Smith a proposito De l'arithmetica universale: "One of the most elaborate treatises on arithmetic published in Italy in the sixteenth century. It consists of six books, the first four making up Part I. The first book treats in a detailed fashion of the fundamental operations. Unicornus, for example, gives six methods of multiplication, a treatment that recalls those of Paciuolo and Tartaglia. There is a good discussion of the two general methods of dividing, the downwa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Alberto Govi di F. Govi Sas [Modena, Italy]
2018-04-20 08:32:22
BODIN, Jean.
Paris, Estienne Prevosteau, 1598.In-12 (141 x 82 mm), 604 pp-(16) ff. de table. Reliure en vélin à recouvrement, dos à nerfs, traces de liens (reliure de l'époque), un coin restauré, première garde renouvelée, déchirure en marge de la pp. 391, signatures anciennes à l'encre sur la page de titre et sur son verso blanc, traces d'usages sur titre et premier feuillet sinon très bel état, belle patine du vélin. "Excellente édition de petit format qui contient une table détaillée des matières qui n'existe pas dans les éditions in-4 et in-8. (...) Cet ouvrage est considéré comme le meilleur ouvrage que l'on ait sur la sorcellerie". Il se termine par la "Réfutation des opinions de Iean Wier". "Bodin est un véritable reflet des opinions de son temps : il croit aux pactes faits avec les démons, à l'évocation des morts et à la copulation charnelle avec les démons.(...) Alors qu'au point de vue religieux, Bodin était très tolérant - il faillit même perdre la vie durant la Saint-Barthélemy - il l'est beaucoup moins lorsqu'il s'agit des sorciers puisque, dans sa réfutation des opinions de Jean Wier qui soutenait que les sorciers sont le plus souvent des malades ou des fous et qu'il ne fallait pas les brûler, lui, au contraire, exprime le désir de réunir des centaines de sorciers et sorcières pour pouvoir lui-même les griller en un seul tas." [Dorbon-387 et 389] L'édition originale date de 1580.
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Richard [France, Colmar]
2018-04-19 11:09:09
MATTHIOLI PIETRO ANDREA
s.l. (Francoforte), officina Nicolai Bassæi 1598. In folio, piena pelle seicentesca con titolo al dorso, 5 nervi, filetto oro ai piatti. Frontespizio inciso entro cornice monumentale, pp. 118 n.n. + 1027 + bianca + 22 n.n. (Derationi distillandi . e Indice) + Apologia (con frontespizio proprio) pp. 236 + 8 n.n. iIniziali e fregi calcogr. ornati, famoso e cospicuo l'apparato iconografico. Esemplare con carta leggermente scurita e con un angoletto mancante a pag. 85, a piede, con perdita di una sillaba, ma ottimo completo del ritratto di Gaspard Bauin. Annotazione manoscritta al primo risguardo [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria SEAB srl (socio Alai/Lila) [Bologna BO, BO, Italy]
2018-04-18 19:55:18
Imprinted at London by the deputies of Christopher Barker [etc.], London, 1598. Modern boards, some browning and staining, lacking the title, subsidies and pardon, else sound with occasional notations; the Taussig copy The parliament which enacted the basic principles of the poor law [c.2] (to remain in force until 1834) and the first act [c.4] authorizing transportation to North America as an alternative to the death penalty for those willing to enter bond service [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc., member ABAA [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2018-04-15 20:25:59
Florianus, Johannes
Antwerpen, 1598. 37,5 x 50 cm, Völlige Neufassung der Ostfrieslandkarte gegenüber der Ortelius-Karte von 1580; Zeigt Ostfriesland zwischen Dollart, Ems und Weser mit dem Wattenmeer und den Inseln Borkum, Juist, "Boese", Norderney, Baltrum, Langeoog, Spiekeroog und Wangerooge. 3. Ausgabe dieser Neufassung mit französischem Rückentext. Unten rechts Insetkarte mit der Dollartflut bei Emden im Jahre 1277. Oben mittig Kartusche mit Kartentitel, unten links friesisches Paar in Tracht, darunter Meilenzeiger mit Einteilung 1 - 5. Vgl. van den Broecke, Ortelius Atlas Maps, S. 127, Nr. 83 (1598F50) sowie A.W. Lang (1985) "Kleine Kartengeschichte Frieslands zwischen Ems und Jade", Norden, S. 24-27.; Der aus Antwerpen stammende Kartenautor Johannes Florianus (Blommaerts) war Rektor der Lateinschule zu Norden und calvinistischer Pastor zu Pilsum; zurückgekehrt nach Brüssel wurde er 1585 durch die Inquisition hingerichtet. Er hatte bereits für die 1. Ausgabe des Ortelius-Atlas 1579 eine Ostfriesland-Karte entworfen, die jedoch wegen ihrer Fehler seit 1595 durch die vorliegende neue Fassung ersetzt wurde. // Sehr guter Zustand, die Ränder etwas bestoßen, alte Notiz auf unterem Rand. Preis gilt für das Blatt, mit Rahmung + 120,- ¤ Aufpreis /galerie [6 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Altstadt-Antiquariat Nowicki-Hecht UG (haftungsbeschränkt) [Germany]
2018-04-13 18:19:28
Serres Jean
London Imprinted.by Thomas Creede 1598. Rare First Edition in English. Folio, 11 x 7.5", bound in full contemporary calf, the back restored at some point in time. A6, B-CC6 Aa-Aaa6 Bbb4./ Numerous errors in pagination: 25-34 (1st group) omitted in numbering. Leaf Ee3 missigned F3. A Complete Copy. A complete copy as noted. Some evidence of age as to be expected, the back sometime renewed. A rare survival. RARE FIRST EDITION BY THE "HISTORIAN OF FRANCE" APPOINTED BY KING HENRY IV. He was employed by the king, both in France and abroad, to attempt to bring about a rapprochement between the warring religious sects in France. Jean de Serres studied at Lausanne and taught Latin there. In 1578 he was made rector of the Academy of Nimes and was also involved in the establishment of a printing press there. He participated in several Calvinist assemblies and was nominated in 597 historiographer to King Henry IV. His great work is the 'Commentary on the Civil Wars of France.' This translation attributed to Thomas Danett; cf. Halkett and Laing, Authorship disputed, but generally attributed by early authorities to Jean de Serres. Later attributed to Simon Goulart. Probably a compilation by Goulart based upon the work of de Serres with additions from other contemporaries; cf. Hauser. "Chapters on Henri II, François II and Charles IX are translated from Recueil des chose memorables advenues en France, 1589.attr. to Jean de Serres by Le Long.chapters on Henri III and Henri IV are translated from Histoire des derniers troubles de France, Lyons, 1594.attr. to Pierre Matthieu by Le Long.". H … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc. ABAA [Newburyport, MA, U.S.A.]
2018-04-12 11:13:02
Gallucci, Giovanni Paolo.
Venice, Roberto Meietti, 1598. 4to (22 × 16.5 cm). With engraved title-page, folding woodcut plate, 3 woodcut volvelles with moving parts, and numerous woodcut illustrations in text. Including a world map in two hemispheres (incl. America and a scattering of islands at the location of Australia) on two facing pages, they reappear with volvelle attachments on both sides of leaf 149 and leaf 153. Contemporary limp sheepskin parchment. First edition of a well-illustrated encyclopaedia of astronomical and surveying instruments available since classical history, by the Italian astronomer Giovanni Paolo Gallucci (1538-ca. 1621), a well-known private teacher to the Venetian nobility and founding member of the Second Venetian Academy. It gives a comprehensive summary of the knowledge of astronomy, cosmography and mathematics at the time of Galileo. "It describes instruments designed by others (Finé, Apian, Gemma Frisius, etc.) and gives credit to the original inventors. The one exception to this is the Visorio, which Gallucci claims as his own, but an identical instrument by Waldseemüller can be found illustrated in the 1512 edition of Margarita Philosophica by Gregor Reisch. Other instruments, such as the Hemispherical Uranico (a complicated device used for computations dealing with the moon, sun and stars), appear to be of Gallucci's invention. Besides the usual portable instruments, he also includes a simple quadrant and a two-ringed armillary built into the church of Santa Maria Novella in Florence" (Erwin Tomash). For some of the instruments this is the only description availa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2018-04-07 23:25:02
THYREE (Père Pierre)] THYRAEUS (J.).
[Cologne, Goswin Cholinus, 1598]. Coloniae Agrippinae, Ex Officina Mater-Cholini, sumptib. Godwini Cholini, Anno M.DXCVIII, etc. Petit in-4 (14 x 20 cm), relié demi-chagrin noir moderne, dos à 4 nerfs avec titre doré et filets à froid, plats en cartonnage noir grainé avec encadrement de filets à froid, tranches rouges, gardes blanches, 1 feuillet blanc liminaire (comportant une notice manuscrite sur l'auteur) + 8 feuillets (titre gravé aux armes de la Société de Jésus, blanc, épître dédicatoire, index des auteurs cité et table des matières, blanc) + 352 pages (texte) + 1 feuillet blanc final. (Epidermures, frottements et éraflures sur dos, plats et chasses ; mors du 1er plat fendu en pied ; coins émoussés ; rousseurs et mouillures éparses ; quelques feuillets cornés ; plusieurs feuillets sont troués ou restaurés avec parfois des MANQUES de TEXTE angulaires comme au titre). TEXTE LATIN. RARE EDITION ORIGINALE. [J. THYRAEUS. Des lieux infestés par les esprits importuns des démons et des hommes décédés]. Ouvrage cité par CAILLET, tome III, page 610, n° 10688 ; par BIBLIOTHECA ESOTERICA, page 501, colonne 2, n° 4859 (qui signale sa rareté et remarque que Stanislas de Guaïta n'en possédait pas d'exemplaire) et par JOUIN et DESCREUX, tome I, page 38, n° 156, qui présentent ainsi son auteur : "Pierre Thyrée (1546-1601), jésuite allemand, a laissé un certain nombre d'ouvrages sur les manifestations des esprits" ; et ces derniers bibliographes d'ajouter : "Dom Calmet et Lenglet du Fresnoy ont largement puisé dans les ouvrages du Père Thyrée." Notre exemplaire comporte sur son feuil … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: AUTRES SIECLES [LA COQUILLE, France]
2018-03-29 07:26:01
ROSACCIO, Giuseppe (ca. 1530-1620)
Venezia, Domenico Farri, 1598. In 8vo (mm 138x91). Pagine 13, [19]. Segnatura: A-B8. Marca xilografica al frontespizio, capilettera incisi su legno. Con numerose tabelle numeriche nel testo entro bordure tipografiche. Gore e qualche macchia nelle ultime carte, a tratti un po' brunito. Pergamena semirigida posteriore, tagli spruzzati in azzurro. Al verso dell'ultima carta nota di appartenenza "Antonio Zamboni". Settima edizione dei fortunati Discorsi del geografo e cartografo friulano, che, apparsi per la prima volta a Milano nel 1593, conobbero ampia fortuna fino a tutto il Seicento. Si tratta di un breve compendio astronomico-astrologico, che contiene fra l'altro un lunario per gli anni 1594-1612 ed una tavola dei pianeti. "Opera contenente in prevalenza dati astronomici. Quanto a quelli astrologici, l'autore accenna alle età dell'uomo in relazione ai governi dei Pianeti, che si succedono a cadenze più o meno regolari. Cosi, la "virilità" cessa a 56 anni (governo d Saturno) e di lì comincia la vecchiezza (secondo governo di Marte), fino ai 68" (L. Cantamessa Arpinati, Astrologia, Milano, 2011, III, p. 2327). Giuseppe Rosaccio nacque a Pordenone intorno al 1530 circa. Si laureò in filosofia e medicina all'Università di Padova. Per mantenere la sua numerosa famiglia, fu attivo come cosmografo, storico, cartografo, astronomo, astrologo, medico, viaggiatore, cronachista d'arte, enciclopedista e persino venditore di libri. "Filosofo' itinerante, frequentò le piazze e le corti dell'Italia centro-settentrionale, accolto da nobili e da signori, facendo base soprattutto a Venezia, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Alberto Govi di F. Govi Sas [Modena, Italy]
2018-03-24 07:38:11
BORGOGNI, Gherardo
per Comino Ventura, 1598. BORGOGNI, Gherardo. La fonte del diporto. Dialogo del signor Gherardo Borgogni Bergamo, per Comino Ventura, 1598. £5000 FIRST EDITION. 4to, ff. (iv) 62, (no signature)4 A-O4 P6. Roman and Italic letter. First part of the title within cartouche at the top of the page, an architectural frieze. Large printer’s device of Fortune goddess within elaborate border and motto “Bona fortuna”; head- and tailpieces, decorated initials. Bookplate of Baron Horace de Landau (1824-1903) with library number on front pastedown. C20th ex libris of V.d.G. (Ludovico(Vico) de Gobbis) on verso of first front flyleaf and rear pastedown (his motto: Je fus sage je fus fou; woodcut bookplate by the Venetian artist Alberto Zanverdiani). In a modern panelled large-grain brown morocco binding, gilt with green inlay by Loric (rose branches entwined along the arms of an emerald green compass), angular fleurons (fleur-de-lis), fine inner dentelles, marbles pastedowns and fore-edges, a.e.g. A fine, clean, and fresh copy. This is the first edition of this fine dialogue written by Gherardo Borgogni (1526 – ca. 1608), which was dedicated to his patron the Count Pirro I Visconti Borromeo, as the prefatory letter makes clear. Born in Monferrato, today Piedmont, this poet was an assiduous traveller during his early life, who lived and journeyed around Spain, as well as Italy, visiting the south of the country and eventually settling down in Milan. He became a member of the Milanese Accademia degli Inquieti (Academy of the Restless), in which he entered with the name of “Errante”, the Erra … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Symonds Rare Books Ltd [London, United Kingdom]
2018-03-23 19:54:04
Ortelius Abraham
appresso la Compagnia Bresciana, 1598. 8vo (cm. 18,6), 4 cc.nn., 215(1) pp., 7 cc.nn. con complessive 109 carte geografiche incise su rame a mezza pagina. Marca tipografica al frontis. Fregi e capilettera ornati n.t. Legatura ‘900 in mz. pergamena con titolo oro su tassello in pelle al ds. Tagli gialli. Frontis. con piccolo restauro al verso per l’asportazione di un timbro. Piccole macchie sulle prime dodici carte e un tenue alone di umidità all’angolo inferiore dell’intero volume. Carte geografiche in perfetto stato ed in nitida impressione. Nel complesso buon esemplare. Raro. Prima edizione italiana, in formato tascabile, del celebre ‘Theatrum Orbis Terrarum’ curata da P.M. Marchetti. Graesse V, 55; Sabin, 57702. Provenienza: Collezione Piero Frati.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l. [IT]
2018-03-21 17:47:04
KLATZ, Rabbi Yehuda.
Cracow Yitzchak ben Aharon, 1598. Quarto (19.5 x 14.5 cm), 140 leaves. Some stains and wear to edges of the few first and last leaves. Erased ownership inscriptions on title page and ownership inscriptions on empty last page. Berlin library stamp. New leather binding with gilt lettering. An important work on Jewish Ethics with Kabbalistic content. Rabbi Yehuda Klatz the First (Otzar HaRabbanim 6974; aka Judah ben Abrahahm Khalaz), was born c. 1450 in Spain. He left Castile of Granada in 1477 due to persecution of the Jews, passing through Malaga, then Honain, and finally settling in Talmasan (Tlemcen), Algeria in 1486, where he was appointed Dayan and was regarded as one of the great rabbinic figures of his time. This book was first published after his death, in Constantinople in 1537 (titled Sefer HaMefoar, with the name Sefer HaMusar as the subtitle), by his ancestor Rabbi Moshe Klatz, who was one of the Mekubalim in Safed; Rabbi Moshe added glosses according to the secrets (sod) of the Torah and the book of Zohar. This is a work of Jewish ethics, the Kabbalistic content of which was adapted primarily from the Zohar. Sefer HaMusar is essentially an abridgement of an earlier, extensive and scholarly work by Israel ben Josef ibn Al-Nakawa (Alnaque, d. 1391) named "Menorat HaMa'or". Klatz's adaptation made the book more accessible for the average person. The book is divided into twenty chapters and includes chapters on law, education, charity, repentance, trade, social behaviour, running a household, the Sabbath and other celebrations. This is the third edition of the book, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Shapero Rare Books [London, United Kingdom]
2018-03-19 09:08:10
Doglioni Giovanni Nicolò
In Venetia: appresso Damian Zenaro, 1598. In-4 (21 cm) 1055 (1) Al frontespizio marca xilografica: Salamandra coronata fra le fiamme, in cornice figurata e motto "Virtuti sic cedit invidia". Testatine e finalini. Bella pergamena floscia d'epoca. Alone di gora nelle prime pagine e un forellino da tarlo tra le pagine 665-686 e745-764. Doglioni Giovanni Nicolò (1548-1629). Letterato, nato a Venezia nel 1548 e morto ivi nel 1629. Esercitò il notariato a Venezia e ricoprì la carica di cancelliere dell'officio delle miniere. Zenaro Damiano. Libraio ed editore attivo a Venezia, figlio di Clemente. Aveva bottega a S. Bartolomeo al segno della Salamandra (insegna registrata nel 1563). Per lui lavorarono come commessi Giuseppe Zenaro, figlio di Antonio Maria, Francesco Ravera, figlio di Battista, e Giovanni Battista Ratteri, figlio di Baldassarre. Dal 1584 fece parte della Società dell'Aquila che si rinnova. Dopo il 1587 formò una società con l'erede di Girolamo Scoto, gli eredi di Giovanni Varisco e gli eredi di Melchiorre Sessa. Fu anche in società con Girolamo Franzini. Quasi tutti i tipografi attivi a Venezia in quel periodo lavorarono per lui. Morto nel 1604 o nel 1605. 16mo secolo
Bookseller: Libreria Emiliana [Venezia, VE, Italy]
2018-03-18 14:30:04
BODIN ANGEVIN, Jean - WIER, Jean.
A Paris, chez Estienne Prevosteau, Libraire & Imprimeur, 1598, 1 volume in-16 de 140x85x40 mm environ, 1 feuillet blanc, (24) ff. (titre, preface, sommaire), (1) f., 604 pages, (16) ff. (table), 1 feuillet blanc, plein parchemin crème. Erreur de pagination (p. 588-589 au lieu de 602-603, sans manque de pages). Galeries de ver dans les marges avec parfois atteinte aux notes dans les marges mais au texte, des mouillures dans les marges et sur les gardes, une déchirure sans manque restaurée avec adhésif, manque de cuir sur le dos. Jean Bodin, né en 1529 à Angers et mort en 1596, à Laon, est un jurisconsulte, et économiste, philosophe et théoricien politique français, qui influença lhistoire intellectuelle de lEurope par la formulation de ses théories économiques et de ses principes du « bon gouvernement ». Il publia en 1580 De la Démonomanie des sorciers. Il y définit le sorcier comme celui qui se pousse à quelque chose par des moyens diaboliques (Livre Ier), recherche ce quest la magie, et cherche à prouver, dans de longs discours, que les sorciers ont des pouvoirs (Livre II). Bodin s'appuie sur, principalement, deux procès, dans lesquels il a été appelé en tant qu'expert judiciaire. Il y traite également des moyens de protection et des moyens illicites pour empêcher les maléfices (Livre III), ainsi que des moyens de soccuper des sorciers, pour les reconnaître et des preuves qui établissent le crime de sorcellerie (Livre IV). Dans cet ouvrage « considéré comme un des meilleurs sur la sorcellerie » Bodin exprime certaines opinions de son temps, à un moment où les procès de s … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Diogène SARL [Lyon, France]
2018-03-12 20:58:00
DALLA TORRE, Giovanni.
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..
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2018-03-11 20:33:00
FABRI, Ottavio.
In Venetia, Appresso Francesco Barilleti, 1598. In 4 (cm. 21,8x16), cc. 59 (mal numerate 57)-(3), front. con cornice architettonica e 26 inc. in rame n.t., iniz. e finalini xilogr., leg. perg. Manca la tav. ripieg. Errori nella numerazione delle carte. Per un errore tipogr. la carta num. 2 con la dedica risulta bianca. Antiche annotazioni ad inchiostro. Cat. Libr. Vinciana, II, n. 1648 (nota). Haym, IV, 91/1. Riccardi, I, col. 433-434: "Bella e rara edizione".
Bookseller: Libreria Salimbeni [IT]
2018-03-10 19:54:57
BOCCACCIO Giovanni
per Filippo Giunti. E nel fine sono le provincie di tutto il mondo d'Asia. Affrica. Europa. e come furono chiamate dagl'antichi e come si nominano di presente. scritte dal sopraddetto Liburnio. Aggiuntovi la favola dell'Urbano del medesimo Boccaccio.(Segue con front. proprio: Urbano di m. Giovanni Boccaccio. opera giocondissima di nuovo rivista e con molta diligenza ristampata e corretta. Stessi dati tip.. 1598. 2 parti in un vol.. cm.9.5x15.5. pp.(8) 318 2 bb.; 71 (1). ad entrambi i front. piccola xil. del giglio dei Giunti tra due putti. e nell'ult. carta della 2° parte. sotto la registro. il colophon con giglio dei Giunti. sorretto da 2 putti e motto "Nil candidus". Mz. pelle coeva con tass. con tit. oro. ricchi fregi oro al dorso e restauro al capitello. Un foro di 1 cmq. ca. a p.109/10. Evidenti fioriture. Tarletti al marg. laterale est. bianco delle pp.1-144 della 1° parte. Timbretti ex libris e antiche firme al 1° front. Nelle cc. preliminari della 1° parte. la nota di Filippo Giunti "A' lettori". in cui dichiarava di voler stampare tutte le opere del Boccaccio. e la "Inscrizione del Giovio sopra il Boccaccio". Da p.1 inizia il volgarizz. del Liburnio. [Camerini. Annali dei Giunti tip. di Firenze 1571-1625 253 questa ediz. in 2 parti e dell'Urbano: "Questa ediz. dell'Urbano è citata dalla Crusca. La novella dello pseudo-Boccaccio era già stata pubblicata nel sec.XV (Bologna per Francesco detto Platone Benedetti. 1490 c.) e replicata in Venezia più volte nel secolo successivo...". ICCU questa ediz.: "la novella Urbano è erroneamente attribuita al Boccaccio (cfr. Horti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Magnanet [IT]
2018-03-08 19:47:10
OST- u. WESTPREUSSEN (Prusach Wschodnich i Prusach Zachodnych) Polen (Poland / Polska):
Kupferstich v. Johannes Metellus, 1598, 19,5 x 25 Jäger, Prussia-Karten 1542-1810, Nr.36. - Meurer, Atlantes Colonienses. Die Kölner Schule der Atlaskartographie 1570-1610, Met 5, 8. - Zeigt Ost- und Westpreussen. - In der Ostsee Rollwerkskartusche. - Selten!
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
2018-03-07 00:31:14
AGINELLI, Nicolo. - HOEFNAGEL, Georgius.
(Köln, Braun & Hogenberg ca. 1598). Altkolorierter Orig.-Kupferstich aus "Civitates Orbis Terrarum, ... Bd. 5). 38, 8 x 58. 5 cm Rücks. m. Japanpapier restaur. Als 1541 Buda ans Osmanische Reich fiel, steigerte dies die Bedeutung von Raab als Habsburgs östlichstes Bollwerk. Unter türkischer Besetzung (1594-1598) wurde die Stadt fast vollkommen zerstört und trug den türkischen Namen Yanik Kala ("verbrannter Berg"). Raabs Bedeutung zu dieser Zeit wird durch die Figuren unterstrichen: Heyducks/ Nobilis Hungara/ Eques Polonus - mit Pfeilen in den Schultern und Turca captimus mit einer Schlinge um den Hals. Titel aus dem Lateinischen übersetzt: "1594 überquerte Sinan Bassa, der unter dem türkischen Herrscher Amurat diente, die Donau und zerstörte das Lager der Christen auf der Insel und begann eine derart grausame Belagerung, dass er die Stadt am 29. September in Besitz nehme konnte". Unten links über der Kartusche: "Iaverium, einst, 1566, höchst genau gezeichnet von dem Italiener Nicolo Agnelli, übertragen von einem größeren auf ein kleineres Format von Georgius Houfnaglius auf die Bitte seiner Freunde aus Köln im Jahr 1597". Versand D: 5,00 EUR Karten und Pläne, Hungarica, Geschichte
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag [Wien, Austria]
2018-03-06 23:33:08
BOUCHET (Guillaume)
S.l., 1598. 1 vol. petit in-12, parchemin souple à rabats, titre écrit à la plume au dos. Reliure de l'époque, traces de lacets. Ex-libris sur le titre et ex-libris de J.-J. Manoury (1787) à la fin de l'épître. (13) ff., 433 pp., (1) p. Signatures : [A-T]12 V6. Quelques mouillures en début de volume. Edition rare, du premier livre des Sérées, publié isolément, probablement copiée sur l'édition sans lieu de 1588.Dernière édition ancienne, établie sur la première édition complète de 1608. Le premier livre seul avait paru en 1584. Les Sérées se présentent comme un rassemblement des propos qui séchangeaient lors des veillées entre les bons bourgeois de Poitiers que G. Bouchet fréquentait. Elles eurent un succès retentissant, ce qui incita Bouchet à continuer son uvre. Les deuxième et troisième livre des Sérées parurent respectivement en 1597 et 1598. Ces propos, pleins de verve, rappellent les Propos Rustiques de Noël Du Fail(1547) et annoncent les Neuf matinées et les Après-dînées du sieur de Cholières (1585 et 1587) ou encore les Caquets de lAccouchée (1622). Louvrage est composé de 12 Sérées faisant chacune lobjet dun thème différent (Du vin ; de leau; des femmes et des filles ; des roys, quon crie le roy boit ; des nouvellement mariez et mariées ; du poisson ; des chiens ; des cocus et des cornards ; des juges, des advocats, des procez et plaideurs ; des médecins et de la médecine ; des chevaux, des juments, des asnes et des mules et mulets ; des babillards et des causeurs). Chaque thème fait lobjet dun commentaire dialogué à la fois sérieux et facétieux, entrelardé de réfé … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne J.-Marc Dechaud [France, Crissay-sur-Manse]
2018-02-27 21:37:04
1598. Plate 15: 'Afteeckeninge van 't Eyland Banda.' (Depiction of the Banda Islands, Indonesia.) Rare. Original etching/engraving on a verge type hand laid paper. Description: This attrative plate originates from: 'Title: Waerachtigh verhael van de Schipvaerd op Oost-Indien Ghedaen by de acht Schepen in den jare 1598. van Amsterdam uyt-gezeylt, onder 't beleyd van den Admirael Jacob Cornelissoon van Neck, ende Vice-Admirael Wybrand van Warwijck.', which was part of the monumental work by Isaac Commelin (1598-1676) on VOC voyages: 'Begin ende voortgangh van de Vereenighde Nederlantsche Geoctroyeerde Oost-Indische Companie.', published by Joannes Janssonius, Amsterdam, 1646. Jacob Corneliszoon van Neck (1564-1638) was a Dutch naval officer and explorer, who led the second Dutch expedition to Indonesia (1598-99). The purpose of the expedition was to bring back spices, and was a huge success. Van Neck returned to Indonesia once more, but on that journey lost three fingers during a battle with a Spanish-Portuguese fleet. This prompted him to retire from exploration and travel. He later became mayor of Amsterdam, alderman and member of two admiralty colleges. (Ref: *Tiele 81; *Landwehr, VOC, 250.)Artists and Engravers: Casparus Commelin (1636-1693), publisher and bookseller in Amsterdam. Engraver/etcher unknown. Condition: Good given age. General age related toning and light staining. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: (BG) C94-45 The overall size is ca. 9.1 x 6.9 inch. The image size is ca. 7.9 x 5.5 inch. The overall size is ca. 23 x 17.5 cm. The image size is ca. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2018-02-25 07:46:09
INNSBRUCK:
1598. Kupferstich n. G. Hoefnagel nach einer Skizze von Alexander Colin aus Braun-Hogenberg, 1598, 33,3 x 42,5 Nebehay-Wagner 108/V/58, Adelsberger, Die Stadtvedute Innsbrucks in der Druckgraphik, 3. - Erste Darstellung Innsbrucks von Osten, im Vordergrund Schloss und Dorf Amras mit dem Amraser See. "Dadurch gelingt es Colin jedoch vorzüglich, sich von der renaissancehaften Strenge der Stadtdarstellungen zu befreien, bereits den barocken Sinn für die Weite und Freiheit der Landschaft im Bild zu vermitteln." (Adelsberger p. 57). [Attributes: Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2018-02-23 13:32:57
Ortelius Abraham
appresso la Compagnia Bresciana, 1598. 8vo (cm. 18,6), 4 cc.nn., 215(1) pp., 7 cc.nn. con complessive 109 carte geografiche incise su rame a mezza pagina. Marca tipografica al frontis. Fregi e capilettera ornati n.t. Legatura ‘900 in mz. pergamena con titolo oro su tassello in pelle al ds. Tagli gialli. Frontis. con piccolo restauro al verso per l’asportazione di un timbro. Piccole macchie sulle prime dodici carte e un tenue alone di umidità all’angolo inferiore dell’intero volume. Carte geografiche in perfetto stato ed in nitida impressione. Nel complesso buon esemplare. Raro. Prima edizione italiana, in formato tascabile, del celebre ‘Theatrum Orbis Terrarum’ curata da P.M. Marchetti. Graesse V, 55; Sabin, 57702.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l.
2018-02-21 21:12:25
Pietro Marchetti
Small map of the eastern Baltic Sea and the Baltic countries Lithuania, Latvia & Estonia. The map was published by Pietro Marchetti in his "Il Theatro del Mondo, a plagiarized version of Ortelius' Epitome.Title: Livoniae nova descriptio Ioanne Portantio AutoreDate: 1598Size: 7.7 x 10.9 cmCondition: Good (G)Conditions notes: Show-through of text on verso and marginal soiling.
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2018-02-19 01:25:40
BODIN ANGEVIN, Jean - WIER, Jean.
A Paris, chez Estienne Prevosteau, Libraire & Imprimeur, 1598, 1 volume in-16 de 140x85x40 mm environ, 1 feuillet blanc, (24) ff. (titre, preface, sommaire), (1) f., 604 pages, (16) ff. (table), 1 feuillet blanc, plein parchemin crème. Erreur de pagination (p. 588-589 au lieu de 602-603, sans manque de pages). Galeries de ver dans les marges avec parfois atteinte aux notes dans les marges mais au texte, des mouillures dans les marges et sur les gardes, une déchirure sans manque restaurée avec adhésif, manque de cuir sur le dos. Jean Bodin, né en 1529 à Angers et mort en 1596, à Laon, est un jurisconsulte, et économiste, philosophe et théoricien politique français, qui influença l’histoire intellectuelle de l’Europe par la formulation de ses théories économiques et de ses principes du « bon gouvernement ». Il publia en 1580 De la Démonomanie des sorciers. Il y définit le sorcier comme celui qui se pousse à quelque chose par des moyens diaboliques (Livre Ier), recherche ce qu’est la magie, et cherche à prouver, dans de longs discours, que les sorciers ont des pouvoirs (Livre II). Bodin s'appuie sur, principalement, deux procès, dans lesquels il a été appelé en tant qu'expert judiciaire. Il y traite également des moyens de protection et des moyens illicites pour empêcher les maléfices (Livre III), ainsi que des moyens de s’occuper des sorciers, pour les reconnaître et des preuves qui établissent le crime de sorcellerie (Livre IV). Dans cet ouvrage « considéré comme un des meilleurs sur la sorcellerie » Bodin exprime certaines opinions de son temps, à un moment où les procès de … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Diogène SARL [Lyon, France]
2018-02-17 06:10:22
OLDENBARNEVELT, Johan van.
Original official ordinance by the knighthood, noblemen and cities of the province of Holland representing the States of Holland (signed by the great statesman Johan van Oldenbarnevelt), giving a detailed picture of the careful balance that had to be struck between individual rights and general good in maintaining the reclaimed Dutch polder lands in the 16th century, in this case concerning water control in the Land van Arkel, a region around the towns of Arkel and Gorinchem and some villages and polder lands to their north and east. The officials had already taken all measures they could independently, improving the existing windmills and building new ones to pump the rising water up into the rivers, but the windmills were unable to perform optimally because willows, orchards and other planted trees on private properties around the windmills were interfering with the wind. The request was granted by the present ordinance. It gave them the authority to forbid further planting within 50 roeden (about 200 metres) of a windmill and to demand the removal of trees already planted within that distance.Although the document itself explicitly refers to the attached seal, no trace of it survives except for the slit cut through the two layers of parchment below the text. The document is in very good condition, with only very minor wear along the folds. An unusually informative ordinance for clearing trees around windmills.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2018-02-16 06:02:28
Ortelius Abraham, 1527-1598
Ortelius Abraham, 1527-1598. Franconiae+Monasteriensis, anno 1571, Ortelius A., latin ed., in Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. Plate size 364x510 mm., two maps on one plate. a)Franciae, b) Monasteriensis. little brownish, some restored wormholes on centerfold. Reference: vdB Nr. 100 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat [Hammelburg, Germany]
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2018-02-16 06:02:28
Ortelius Abraham, 1527-1598
Ortelius Abraham, 1527-1598 - Geldria,A.Ortelius, anno 1571,lat. edition Copperengraving, edited by Abraham Ortelius, Theatrum orbis Terrarum, latin edition, anno 1571, printed on thick paper, wide margins, centerfold with some skilful restored wormholes. Plate size: 372 x 503 mm., Reference: vdB, Nr. 61. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat
2018-02-16 01:02:00
BRACCIALETTI, Giulio.
Discorso piacevole, distinto in tre capi. Nel primo del suo nome, natura, e pregio, nel secondo de i suoi sensi simbolici, nel terzo, and ultimo dell'utile, che da quello si cava, brevemente si ragiona. In Macerata, appresso Sebastiano Martellini, 1598. in-4, pp. 35, (5, ultimo foglio bianco), brossura coeva in cartone rustico. Al titolo grande silografia raffigurante un montone. Prima edizione; il nome dell'autore si ricava dalla ristampa del 1601. Opera inusuale non solo per l'argomento ma anche per il luogo di stampa. Esemplare estremamente genuino (piccole mancanze al margine superiore bianco dei primi ff.), al f. A2 (recto e verso) alcuni inediti versi manoscritti all'epoca composti in onore del Castrone. Rara: conosciuta in soli quattro esemplari in Biblioteche italiane.. Lastri, 148.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2018-02-15 18:59:45
Folio. Five parts. Etched title within an architectural border, etched portrait of the author, leaves 3-209 (consisting of 4 etched part titles, 8 leaves of text - leaf 23 with a half-page etching -, and 195 full-page etchings), 1 leaf (colophon). 19th century red morocco, richly gilt panels with armorial center pieces (French royal arms), gilt back, gilt inside fillets, gilt edges, from the atelier of Léon Gruel (1841-1927) in the style of the bindings Clovis Eve made for king Henry IV of France, a few marginal repairs but an attractive copy.FIRST COMPLETE EDITION of this milestone in the history of German etching (cf. E. Forssmann, Dorisch, Jonisch, Korinthisch. Studien zum Gebrauch der Säulenordnungen in der Architektur des 16.-18. Jahrhunderts, Stockholm, 1961, p. 5).The first version of the Architectura came out in Stuttgart, without the editor's name, in 1593. Its title, Das erste Buch [The First Book], could have caused one to believe that it was the first part, devoted only to the Tuscan order, of the complete work in five books. In fact, outside of the pages of text, it comprises approximately forty engravings on the five orders of architecture. A Latin version was printed in the same years by the heirs of Bernard Jobin at Strassburg. In 1594 was published a second part entitled Architectura von Portalen with fifty-eight plates and in 1595 appeared of the same a version with Latin and French text. In 1598 followed the first complete edition in five parts.This is extant in several variants: one without the mention of the printer on the title-page and with the number … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto [IT]
2018-02-14 10:15:32
Ortelius Abraham, 1527-1598
Ortelius Abraham, 1527-1598. Kärnten-Carinthiae Ducatus, anno 1579, Ortelius Abraham. Zeigt Kärnten. Platte: 332x241 mm., gering gebräunt, lat. Rückentext. Referenz: vdB Nr. 143 a. Die Karte wird begrenzt im Nordwesten durch Salzburg und im Süden durch Italien mit Slowenien. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat [Hammelburg, Germany]
2018-02-13 19:33:19
NÖRDLINGEN:
Holzschnitt aus Münster ( dt. Ausgabe ), 1598, 22,5 x 34
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2018-02-13 09:38:49
Meteren,Emanuel van (1535-1612) with 2nd Work edited by Gaspar Ens
N.P. 1598], 1610 but no date given for 1st Work, Antwerp] but no place given. Engraved title with shipping & battle scenes + folding Map of the Low Countries by by Frans Hogenberg + 22 copperplate portraits many folding + fine engraved title to 2nd Work. 2 WORKS IN ONE VOLUME folio near contemporary calf blindstamped monogram crowned HL, spine overall gilt on raised bands (spine repaired at top compartment and lower hinge, corners & hinges worn but sound) [8]pp +623pp +[1]p blank (collates as V & A Libraries copy which catalogue attributes to 1598 from STC Dutch 1470-1600 and Antwerp place of publication: many pagination errors but collated A-Hhh in 6's except Fff in 4 with correct catchword. The first 3 pages of portraits have 2 busts each thereafter all are single full page portraits often with fore-edge folded back. All have text on the other side of the leaf. Second Work (BELLI CIVILIS IN BELGIO per quadraginta fere continuos annos gesti Historia ed. by Gaspar Ens) also without imprint but dated 1610, Titlepage +[2]pp to reader +502pp. double column text with side notes. Fine armorial bookplate Henry Edward Bunbury and another bookplate on pastedown, a few bibliographic annotations in pencil, one page has a torn piece 3x1.3" lost from the margin just affecting side-notes not text, else whole contents of the 2 Works in VG condition. *First edition of the 1st Work in Latin (preceeded by unauthorised German edition and followed by the author's own edition in Dutch). 1 volume. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Abbey Antiquarian Books [Blockley, GLOS, United Kingdom]
2018-02-13 07:36:30
BODIN ANGEVIN, Jean - WIER, Jean.
A Paris, chez Estienne Prevosteau, Libraire & Imprimeur, 1598, 1 volume in-16 de 140x85x40 mm environ, 1 feuillet blanc, (24) ff. (titre, preface, sommaire), (1) f., 604 pages, (16) ff. (table), 1 feuillet blanc, plein parchemin crème. Erreur de pagination (p. 588-589 au lieu de 602-603, sans manque de pages). Galeries de ver dans les marges avec parfois atteinte aux notes dans les marges mais au texte, des mouillures dans les marges et sur les gardes, une déchirure sans manque restaurée avec adhésif, manque de cuir sur le dos. Jean Bodin, né en 1529 à Angers et mort en 1596, à Laon, est un jurisconsulte, et économiste, philosophe et théoricien politique français, qui influença lhistoire intellectuelle de lEurope par la formulation de ses théories économiques et de ses principes du « bon gouvernement ». Il publia en 1580 De la Démonomanie des sorciers. Il y définit le sorcier comme celui qui se pousse à quelque chose par des moyens diaboliques (Livre Ier), recherche ce quest la magie, et cherche à prouver, dans de longs discours, que les sorciers ont des pouvoirs (Livre II). Bodin s'appuie sur, principalement, deux procès, dans lesquels il a été appelé en tant qu'expert judiciaire. Il y traite également des moyens de protection et des moyens illicites pour empêcher les maléfices (Livre III), ainsi que des moyens de soccuper des sorciers, pour les reconnaître et des preuves qui établissent le crime de sorcellerie (Livre IV). Dans cet ouvrage « considéré comme un des meilleurs sur la sorcellerie » Bodin exprime certaines opinions de son temps, à un moment où les procès de s … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Diogène SARL [Lyon, France]
2018-02-11 21:21:28
FABRI, Ottavio.
In Venetia, Appresso Francesco Barilleti, 1598. In 4 (cm. 21,8x16), cc. 59 (mal numerate 57)-(3), front. con cornice architettonica e 26 inc. in rame n.t., iniz. e finalini xilogr., leg. perg. Manca la tav. ripieg. Errori nella numerazione delle carte. Per un errore tipogr. la carta num. 2 con la dedica risulta bianca. Antiche annotazioni ad inchiostro. Cat. Libr. Vinciana, II, n. 1648 (nota). Haym, IV, 91/1. Riccardi, I, col. 433-434: "Bella e rara edizione".
Bookseller: Libreria Salimbeni [IT]
2018-02-11 10:39:50
ANDREA D'ISERNIA
apud heredes Andreae Wecheli, Claudium Marnium, and Ioan. Aubrium, 1598. Cm. 37, pp. (16) 832 (20). Bel marchio tipografico a frontespizio e colophon. Affascinante legatura coeva in piena pergamena molle con titoli ms. lungo tutto il dorso. Piccole mancanze al margine esterno del piatto anteriore che presenta macchiette, numerosi segni di tarlo perlopiù limitati ai margini bianchi (testo interessato in alcuni punti, senza compromissione della leggibilità), qualche alone marginale, naturali arrossature dovute alla qualità della carta tedesca del tempo, peraltro esemplare nel complesso in buono stato di conservazione. Celebre commentario Super usibus feudorum del grande commentatore civilista Andrea d'Isernia (12??-1316), autorità indiscussa per quanto concerne la materia, tanto da essere definito "monarcha feudistarum". Così Francesco Calasso a proposito dell'A. (Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani, volume 3): "Come s'è detto Andrea d'Isernia fu maestro di diritto civile nello Studio napoletano, dove si era formato, dal 1288 all'anno della sua morte: lo Studio, che vantava ormai oltre sessant'anni di vita, era già riuscito a consolidare una tradizione scientifica con caratteri propri e con propri problemi, legati alla particolare situazione politico-giuridica del Regno, e meno proclive, grazie anche al temperamento del giurista meridionale, all'astratto accademismo che in quello stesso torno d'anni dominava nella scuola di Bologna, e ne aveva favorito il decadimento. Aderenza alla pratica (di qui, la predilezione per le quaestiones de facto)e particolare sensibilità ai prob … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Apuleio
2018-02-11 09:31:53
BODIN ANGEVIN, Jean - WIER, Jean.
A Paris, chez Estienne Prevosteau, Libraire & Imprimeur, 1598, 1 volume in-16 de 140x85x40 mm environ, 1 feuillet blanc, (24) ff. (titre, preface, sommaire), (1) f., 604 pages, (16) ff. (table), 1 feuillet blanc, plein parchemin crème. Erreur de pagination (p. 588-589 au lieu de 602-603, sans manque de pages). Galeries de ver dans les marges avec parfois atteinte aux notes dans les marges mais au texte, des mouillures dans les marges et sur les gardes, une déchirure sans manque restaurée avec adhésif, manque de cuir sur le dos. Jean Bodin, né en 1529 à Angers et mort en 1596, à Laon, est un jurisconsulte, et économiste, philosophe et théoricien politique français, qui influença lhistoire intellectuelle de lEurope par la formulation de ses théories économiques et de ses principes du « bon gouvernement ». Il publia en 1580 De la Démonomanie des sorciers. Il y définit le sorcier comme celui qui se pousse à quelque chose par des moyens diaboliques (Livre Ier), recherche ce quest la magie, et cherche à prouver, dans de longs discours, que les sorciers ont des pouvoirs (Livre II). Bodin s'appuie sur, principalement, deux procès, dans lesquels il a été appelé en tant qu'expert judiciaire. Il y traite également des moyens de protection et des moyens illicites pour empêcher les maléfices (Livre III), ainsi que des moyens de soccuper des sorciers, pour les reconnaître et des preuves qui établissent le crime de sorcellerie (Livre IV). Dans cet ouvrage « considéré comme un des meilleurs sur la sorcellerie » Bodin exprime certaines opinions de son temps, à un moment où les procès de s … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Diogène SARL [Lyon, France]
2018-02-07 12:18:08
BARDOWICK:
altkol. Kupferstich aus Braun - Hogenberg, 1598, 35,7 x 47,5 Bugfalte restauriert.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2018-02-07 12:18:08
BARDOWICK:
Kupferstich n. Frese aus Braun - Hogenberg, 1598, 35,7 x 47,5 Unterer und rechter Rand angerändert.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2018-02-07 12:12:14
STADE:
Kupferstich aus Braun - Hogenberg, 1598, 36,5 x 48
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2018-02-04 11:11:49
Chaucer, Geoffrey.
1598. London: Printed by Adam Islip, at the charges of Thomas Wight, 1598. Folio, [27], [392] ff., black letter, double-columns, title-page within a woodcut border, three divisional title-pages within woodcut borders, woodcut initials, ornamental headpieces and tailpieces, large woodcut coat of arms to verso of the prologues, and woodcut headpiece for "The Knightes tale." Later (c. 1700?) calf with gilt supra libros stamp "HL" beneath a Viscount's coronet; backstrip with five raised bands and faint remnants of gilt tooling in each panel, red speckled edges. Lacks leaf a6, and the portrait of Chaucer, binding rubbed and bumped at corners, minor foxing, stains and wormholes, none of which obscure text, lacking the last 14 leaves mentioned in ESTC, Pforzheimer, and Grolier Club L-W, "The old and obfcure Words of Chaucer, explaned," Aaaa 1-Bbbb 2, and "Corrections of fome faults, and Annotations upon fome places," Bbbb 3-Bbbb 7. The text of Chaucer's Works is complete. § Thomas Speght edition with interesting provenance and evidence of early readership. Speght was assisted in his editing by John Stowe, Francis Thynne, Francis Beaumont (the elder) and Robert Glover. It was the most recent Chaucer edition available during the period when Shakespeare was adapting Chaucer's Troilus to create Troilus and Cressida (1601-2). There are various settings of the title, some with a different woodcut border, and with slightly different imprints. Includes "The Canterbury Tales," "The Romaunt of the Rose," and "The Story of Thebes" by John Lydgate, all with divisional woodcut titles. An inter … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller [U.S.A.]
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