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2018-07-31 17:28:06
DOGLIONI Giovanni Niccolò (1548-1629)
DAMIAN ZENARO, 1599. Legatura di epoca secentesca in piena pelle bazzana con tracce di fregio in oro al piatto anteriore, dorso a 3 nervi rilevati con etichetta cartacea con titolo manoscritto; tagli spruzzati di blu e giallo; guardie dell'epoca della legatura. Al contropiatto anteriore, delle somme a penna. 1 carta bianca; 8 carte non numerate, compreso il frontespizio con titolo e ampia marca silografata; 98 carte numerate; 1 tavola incisa a silografia e ripiegata fuori testo; all'interno, numerosi diagrammi e figure silografati nel testo, tra cui testatine illustrate dedicate a ogni mese dell'anno del calendario descritto. Un'annotazione manoscritta a una carta, alcune chiose a matita rossa a poche carte. PRIMA EDIZIONE, in quest’altro libro Doglioni offre diverse pagine dedicate alla gnomonica, nel libro II dove tratta ?dei Tempi?, insegna come trovare la linea meridiana, gli orologi murali e le ore planetarie, ma aggiunge anche come fare gli orologi solari su cilindri, o colonnetta e su tavolette e, molto più importante, descrive un orologio solare che dice essere di sua invenzione. L'autore, Doglioni, fu uno storico ed erudito veneziano, bellunese di origine, che produsse una quantità di testi a carattere storico e divulgativo, nello spirito del tempo. Esemplare in buone condizioni; la lettera D del cognome dell'autore al frontespizio con correzioni a penna e a matita; una modesta gora all'interno e una macchiolina all'angolo superiore esterno delle prime carte; una modesta gora al margine superiore da metà volume in avanti. un solo giorno, secondo i punti astronomici … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Il Cartiglio [TORINO, TO, Italy]
2018-07-22 17:19:04
Very Good. Please read complete description. The Bible That is, The holy Scriptures conteined in the Olde and Newe Testament, translated according to the Ebrew and Greeke, and conferred with best translations in diurs languages. With most profitable Annotations upon all the hard places, and other things of great importance. London: Imprinted by the deputies of Christopher Barker, printer to the Queens most excellent Majestie 1599 The "Breeches" Version of The Holy Bible. With "The Booke of Psalms collected into Engiish Meeter." Complete and rebound in half calf leather with marbled end papers and all edges gilt by Riviere & Sons. The text with numerous woodcut illustrations, printer devices and a large amount of annotations.Contains family records of the Hooker family ranging from 1689 to 1695. Collation: pages tabulated by leaf, thusly: 190 (380 pgs.) 127 (254 pgs.), [blank] 121 (242 pgs.) [15] 91pp., [5] (collated and complete); 6 3/4" x 8 3/8" quarto; gilt stamped and ruled half blue calf leather over blue cloth. Rebound by Riviere & Sons circa 1880. Very Good. Square, tight, bright and very clean in & out. Front joint repaired in 1977 by General Bookbinding Company of Chesterland, Ohio, light wear to leather extremities, margins trimmed by bindery, small binder's notation printed and pasted on front free end paper verso, light toning, no missing or loose pages, no significant page tears, family records in ink on one page between Testaments, otherwise text unmarked. I offer free combined shipping in the U.S. As with all my items, this book will arrive professionally pack … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Chagrin Watershed Books [Wickliffe, Ohio, US]
2018-07-21 15:25:03
Cez Abel l'Angelier. Rubbing and wear to exterior, with some chipping/tearing to leather at head and tail. Joints splitting although cords holding. Interior generally clean. See listing for details. Les XXIIII livres de l'Iliade, traduits du grec en vers faançois [sic], les XI premiers par M. Hugues Salel, et les XIII derniers par Amadis Jamyn. Avec les trois premiers livres de l'Odissee d'Homere. A Paris: Chez Abel L'Angelier, 1599. Bound in later mottled calf, all edges stained red, marbled endpapers. [12 leaves], 407 ff., [17 leaves]. Text in Middle French. With engraved head-and tail-pieces and some engraved initial capitals. Numerous errors in the folio numbering, including one gap in numbering, several repeated numbers, and several missing digits. In spite of this, the text appears to be complete. (1-108, 125-148, 147-156, 457, 158-259, 259, 261-263, 263, 265, 265, 267-300, 310, 302-338, 337, 338-345, 446-448, 349-356, 457, 358, 459, 360-407.) French-language translation of the Iliad commissioned from Hugues Salel by King Francis I. Salel translated the first 11 books, and the translation was continued by Amadis Jamyn, who translated the last 13 books. The Iliad is followed by Jamyn's French-language translation of the first three books of the Odyssey, dedicated to Henry III but unfinished. Leather rubbed at head, tail, edges, and corners. The top headband is torn, and there is a quarter-inch piece of leather that has mostly detached. The rear joint is beginning to split and the front joint is mostly split, although the cords are holding. There is also a small hole to … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bill s Books and More [Somerville, Massachusetts, US]
2018-07-19 07:48:24
London: Court of Elizabeth I. Fine antiquarian condition. ROYAL DOCUMENT BEARING THE SEAL OF QUEEN ELIZABETH I April 25th, 1599 Manuscript on Fine Vellum Elizabeth I (Queen of England and Ireland;1533-1603). Chancery grant to members of the Holland family, Humphrey Hills etc., relating to a messuage at Darton alias Dartington, Ds. Jo Blandyle", Manuscript in Latin, in Chancery hand, on vellum, Privy Seal wax seal appended, seal intact with edges/impressions blunted, some surface wear affecting slightly affecting text, folds, 500 x 720 mm. (App 19.6 x 28.25 in), 25th April 1599. This intriguing document is a relic of Elizabethan England. As such it is contemporary with William Shakespeare, the Geneva Bible and the English Reformation. A stunning piece to display in your home or office. Please take a moment to review our other period items. * * * *. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Rare Bibles [Munford, Alabama, US]
2018-07-14 06:11:26
Poliorceticon sive De machinis, tormentis, telis, libri quinque. Ad historiarum lucem. Editio altera, correcta & aucta. (Roman War Machines, Engines, Arrows. Five books (parts). In the Light of History, Edition Altered, Corrected and Increased.) By Justus Lipsius Published: Ex Officini Plantiniana, Apud Ioannem Moretum, Antwerp / Antverpiae, 1599. 218 pp. + 5 pp. (each page is numbered). Numbered pages strangely starts at the title page. Hardcover boards are bound in vellum. There is foxing (spotting), wear to corners and some cracking along the spine at top and bottom. Corners are worn. The gilt name and design on spine is faded and lacking. Inside the flyleaf (page that stretches from hardcover and forms first piece of paper) has quite a few pencil marks from bookshops and owners. There is also one owners plate (sticker with name) on the flyleaf at the back side of the front cover.. It appears at one time someone had it for sale for $2500. The front flyleaf has a few worm holes close to the binding. The title page, and second page, has edge wear and tears, and a few small worm holes (the worm holes seem to only progress a page or two into the text block). The printers engraving is not affected. The flyleafs are a whiter color than the text block. The ancient notes someone took in the margins are trimmed (meaning the edges of the paper have been recut to make them straight). I believe this book has been rebound, and based on the vellum and spine gilt I'd guess it was during the 17th century. The pages have yellowed with time, indicating a higher acid content than some book … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: crottsy [Clemmons, North Carolina, US]
2018-07-12 15:33:18
(HENRY IV). HAYWARD, SIR JOHN
London: John Wolfe [i.e., John Windet], 1599 [i.e., 1610]. Second Edition. 190 x 146 mm. (7 1/2 x 5 3/4"). 4 p.l., 149, [3] pp., last leaf blank. Second Edition. Slightly later limp vellum (perhaps a remboîtage?) attached to text block by three leather stitches (one now lacking), flat spine with [library?] number painted on in red, no pastedowns, remnants of two ties. Title page with printer's device of John Wolfe. Front inside cover with bookplate of Robert S. Pirie; front free endpaper with neat ink inscription of W. W. Greg, Park Lodge, 1928 (see below); occasional annotations in pencil in a modern hand. Pforzheimer 457; STC 12996. Binding detached at front (rear thongs holding), mild rumpling to covers, vellum lightly soiled, one tiny hole to front cover, text block protruding slightly from binding fore edge (more so at foot), small tears to front and rear endpapers, occasional mild foxing, a couple of faint inky fingerprints, but in excellent condition internally, clean and fresh with ample margins.This is one of several historical works Hayward (1564?-1627) wrote in the style of the great Roman historian Tacitus, but the only one that landed him in prison. Apart from that unhappy fact, the book is quite important in that it represents the first history written in English to depart from the style of strict chronological accounts. Instead, it applies Tacitus' theory that the moral character of historical actors had a causal relationship on subsequent affairs of state, and this was a revolution in early modern historiography. The first edition was published by Joh … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [US]
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2018-07-11 19:27:45
Virgilii, Jacobus Pantanus
"Symbolarum Libri XVII Quibus P. Virgilii Maronis Bucolica, Georgica, Aeneis, ex probatissimis auctoribus delarantur, comparantur, illustantur per Jacobum Pantanum". (Symbolarum, the Book 17 by Virgil, The Eclogues, The Georgica, and the Aeneid, clarified, related, and illustrated by Jacobus Pontanus). In its original Latin language. Printed in 1599. Early edition. Complete in three Quarto volumes. Volume I is the Life of the Poet, The Eclogues and The Georgica. Volumes II and III are The Aeneid. Illustrated with map. The books measure 9.25" x 13.75". Bound in half calf over marbled boards. Gilt decorations and raised bands to the spine with black and gold labels. All three title pages are lacking. The books are in very good condition. Minor wear to the boards. The spines are well preserved with intact decorations and labels. Some instances of dark stains to the textblocks with pencil markings. The textblocks are largely clean and bright with sound binding. Please view the many other rare titles available for purchase at our store. We are always interested in purchasing individual or collections of fine books. Inventory # (I3-34) [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Ernestoic Books and Bindery [Clarence, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-07-03 06:32:03
CAVALIERI, Giovanni Battista.
A Paris, chez Iean (Jean) Le Clerc, (1599?), 1 volume in-folio de 305x240 mm environ, demi chagrin rouge à coins, dos à nerfs, tranches dorées (reliure du XIXe). Impressionnante suite finement gravée sur cuivre par Giovanni Battista Cavalieri (1525-1597), représentant les martyres des premiers chrétiens: le Christ sur la croix, Étienne lapidé, Vital enterré vivant, Ignace jeté dans la fosse aux lions, Blandine éventrée par un taureau, etc. L'Ecclesiae militantis triumphi, parue pour la première fois à Rome en 1583, se compose d'un titre-frontispice et de 31 planches numérotées de 1 à 31, chacune d'entre elles étant accompagnée d'une légende en latin. L'émasculation (planche 19) a été caviardée. Toutes les planches ont été coupées au cadre et remontées sur des feuillets au XIXe siècle.Merci de nous contacter à l'avance si vous souhaitez consulter une référence au sein de notre librairie.
Bookseller: Librairie Diogène [France, Lyon]
2018-06-26 06:27:26
CLAVIUS Christoph (1537-1612)
ALOYSIUS ZANETTUS, 1599. Legatura moderna in piena pergamena, autore, titolo, data e fregi in oro al dorso. Fogli di guardia originali, entrambi con una nota manoscritta al recto o al verso. 12 pagine non numerate, compreso il frontespizio con titolo, ampio stemma gesuitico e due timbri nobiliari identici con un leone rampante; 240 pagine numerate; all'ultima, sotto al colophon, nota manoscritta di possesso di un certo Hyppoliti. Nel testo, numerose illustrazioni silografiche di diagrammi vari. Prima edizione di questa celebre opera di Clavius, pubblicata in successione al Gnomonices Libri VIII del 1582. Christoph Clavius fu gesuita, matematico e astronomo tedesco, forte contrappositore alle teorie coopernicane, reso celebre in particolare per il suo Commento alla Sfera del Sacrobosco e per il suo contributo alla definizione del calendario gregoriano gesuita. Egli divenne il più autorevole matematico dei gesuiti e tra i più autorevoli del suo tempo, redasse un gran numero di opere a carattere scientifico e astronomico di grande rilievo. Come astronomo segue il modello geocentrico del sistema solare, il modello ortodosso suffragato dall'opera di Claudio Tolomeo, opponendosi al modello eliocentrico proposto da Niccolò Copernico. Esemplare in discrete condizioni, la legatura moderna eseguita non proprio a regola d'arte, gora laterale a praticamente tutto il volume. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Il Cartiglio [TORINO, TO, Italy]
2018-06-23 06:42:00
Lipsius, Justus (1547-1606).
Antwerp: "Ex Officina Plantiniana, Apud Ioannem Moretum, " 1599. 4to (252 x 178mm). Engraved printer's device on title, repeated in woodcut at the end, initials and ornaments, 19 engraved illustrations, including one full-page and two on the same sheet (heavily browned throughout, a few dark spots). Later vellum, title in manuscript on spine, new endpapers. This edition not in OCLC OCLC Number: 27970415 for the French edition of the same year. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts [U.S.A.]
2018-06-23 06:42:00
Lipsius, Justus (1547-1606).
Antwerp: "Ex Officina Plantiniana, Apud Ioannem Moretum," 1599. 4to (252 x 178mm). Engraved printer's device on title, repeated in woodcut at the end, initials and ornaments, 19 engraved illustrations, including one full-page and two on the same sheet (heavily browned throughout, a few dark spots). Later vellum, title in manuscript on spine, new endpapers. This edition not in OCLC OCLC Number: 27970415 for the French edition of the same year. .
Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2018-06-23 06:20:38
ALDROVANDI (ALDOVANDUS), Ulisse.
Ten first (1599-1668) and three later (1634-1638) editions forming the complete works of Ulisse Aldrovandi (1522-1605), an Italian botanist, pharmacologist and a professor of botany at the university of Bologna. This massive encyclopaedia, most volumes published posthumously, was based on natural history specimens and drawings in Aldrovandi's own museum in Bologna. Already in the 1570s he welcomed visitors from near and far to his museum and at his death in 1605 he left it to the city of Bologna, making it the first institutional herbarium.Aldrovandi, hailed as the "Pliny of his time", was the author of several encyclopaedic works on natural history, the Opera being his most extensive work and also the largest collection of natural history illustrations published before the 18th century. Many of the illustrations in these 13 volumes are the work of Jacopo Ligozzi. The original drawings are still in Bologna and have been made available online. The Aldrovandi herbarium was the biggest of the 16th century herbaria and gives the most complete picture of the plant world as known at the time in Italy.In very good condition, with some waterstains and occasional browning. One volume has the head of the backstrip restored and several have cracks in the hinges, but the bindings remain good.l Adams A-647; BMC NH I, pp. 26-27; Nissen, BBI 14; Nissen, IVB 18; Nissen ZBI 66, 68, 70, 72, 74-78; for Aldrovandi's museum: Findlen, Possessing nature, pp. 17-31; Stafleu & Cowan, pp. 28-29.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2018-06-18 06:52:22
Binsfeld, Peter:
Brunntruti (i.e. Porrentruy), Jean Fabre. 1599. 8°. 30 n.n. S., 704 (recte 730) S. Schweinslederband mit blindgeprägter Rollstempelverzierung, Medaillon auf den Deckeln und zwei intakten Metallschliessen. Nicht in der «Bibliographie du Jura» von Amweg. - Selten wie alle frühen Drucke aus dem Fürstbistum Basel. Das Lehrbuch der Pastoraltheologie, in dem der Trierer Weihbischof Peter Binsfeld (1545-1598) diesen Begriff prägte, war weit weniger erfolgreich als dessen Schriften gegen die Hexerei. Binsfeld stieg vom armen Bauersohn bis in die höchsten deutschen Kirchenämter auf. Gefürchtet für seine Gnadenlosigkeit bei der Verfolgung von Hexen und Zauberern fanden seine Schriften grosse Verbreitung. Zwei Jahre nach seinem Hexentraktat erschien 1591 das vorliegende Lehrbuch in Trier, das sich hauptsächlich kirchenrechtlich begründet. - Mit handschriftlichem Besitzvermerk eines Niklaus Nietlispach aus dem Jahr 1601 mit einer kleinen Zeichnung auf dem fliegenden Vorsatz. Sprache: lateinisch.
Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein [Bern, Switzerland]
2018-06-09 07:31:10
A Lyon, chez Claude Michel, 1599. Grand in-8 pleine basane granitée du temps, dos à nerfs formant des caissons ornés de fleurons centraux dorés dans un encadrement de petits fers et roulettes dorés, (1f+t+XIV+972+254pp+76pp non chiffrées). "Edition revue diligemment et de nouveau corrigée autre les précédentes impressions. Avec une docte table, faite française de la latine de Monsieur Jean Harlemius docteur en ladite université de la Compagnie de Jésus. Dernière édition". Le texte se décompose de la façon suivante: préfaces, Epître de Saint Jérôme touchant les livres de la Sainte Bible, Ancien et Nouveau Testament, puis in fine: état des Juifs sous la monarchie des Romains, table, intreprétations des noms". L'ouvrage présente les altérations normales de l'usage et du temps: papier parfois bruni, traces sombres et auréoles claires, quelque taches sans gravité; fentes ou déchirures minimes sans aucun manque de texte; coiffes manquantes; quelques altérations au cuir et aux coins. Mais dans l'ensemble le cuir ancien est conservé, la typographie est bien préservée, les pages sont correctes. Quelques inscriptions à l'encre ancienne dont le nom "Tillier Des Cusset". Très plaisant exemplaire malgré les défauts énoncés; texte en français. Illustrée de gravures sur bois dont de nombreuses lettrines, une grande ornementation sur la page de titre et un profil du Christ pour le titre du Nouveau Testament. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: LA BOUQUINERIE [GRENOBLE, France]
2018-06-08 21:57:46
A Lyon, chez Claude Michel, 1599. Grand in-8 pleine basane granitée du temps, dos à nerfs formant des caissons ornés de fleurons centraux dorés dans un encadrement de petits fers et roulettes dorés, (1f+t+XIV+972+254pp+76pp non chiffrées). "Edition revue diligemment et de nouveau corrigée autre les précédentes impressions. Avec une docte table, faite française de la latine de Monsieur Jean Harlemius docteur en ladite université de la Compagnie de Jésus. Dernière édition". Le texte se décompose de la façon suivante: préfaces, Epître de Saint Jérôme touchant les livres de la Sainte Bible, Ancien et Nouveau Testament, puis in fine: état des Juifs sous la monarchie des Romains, table, intreprétations des noms". L'ouvrage présente les altérations normales de l'usage et du temps: papier parfois bruni, traces sombres et auréoles claires, quelques taches sans gravité; fentes ou déchirures minimes sans aucun manque de texte; coiffes manquantes; quelques altérations au cuir et aux coins. Mais dans l'ensemble le cuir ancien est conservé, la typographie est bien préservée, les pages sont correctes. Quelques inscriptions à l'encre ancienne dont le nom "Tillier Des Cusset". Très plaisant exemplaire malgré les défauts énoncés; texte en français. Illustrée de gravures sur bois dont de nombreuses lettrines, une grande ornementation sur la page de titre et un profil du Christ pour le titre du Nouveau Testament. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: LA BOUQUINERIE [GRENOBLE, France]
2018-05-15 06:47:03
Hutter, Elias; Coler, Jacob; Ulrich, Heinrich
Noriberg�: [publisher not identified], 1599. Noribergæ: [publisher not identified], 1599. Other. Thick Folio; VG; bound in full contemporary vellum, paneled spine with faded black lettering; blind tooling to boards; clasps present and intact; Lacking pages 67/68 and 169/170 of Matthew; Engraved title page, signed "H. Vllrich. scul." On imprint of title page: "Cumgratia &. priuilegio Sac: Cáes: Mtis: ad quindecim annos"; each book has a half title page. Each book has divisional title; each book of the Gospels and Acts has separate pagination and register; the remaining books have continuous pagination and register.; Small institutional bookplate on front pastedown; repair to fore edge of title page and following three pages; title page has a small ink stain to seal towards upper edge, lower fore corner has some damage to engraving.; one line of writing to lower edge of title page; Hebrew translation by Hutter, the English text is the Geneva version.; The texts are arranged verse by verse in six columns across two pages: 1) Syriac (in Hebrew characters) and Italian; 2) Hebrew (in Hutter's type) and Spanish; 3) Greek and French; 4) Latin and English; 5) German and Danish; 6) Bohemian and Polish. Cf. Darlow & Moule. Collation: [10], 1-66, 69-168, 171-303, [1], 1-195, [1], 1-335, [1], 1-263, [1], 1-335, [3], [18], 1-806, [8], 807-1091, [1]; Lacking pages 67/68 and 169/170 of Matthew; collation with page errors: [10], 1-66, 69-[96 labeled 60]-168, 171-303, [1], 1-[40 labeled 41] [62 labeled 92] [86 labeled 89] [92 labeled 72] [138 labeled 40]-195, [1], 1-[58 labele … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Second Story Books, ABAA [Rockville, MD, U.S.A.]
2018-05-15 06:27:34
Hutter, Elias; Coler, Jacob; Ulrich, Heinrich
Noribergæ: [publisher not identified], 1599. Other. Thick Folio; VG; bound in full contemporary vellum, paneled spine with faded black lettering; blind tooling to boards; clasps present and intact; Lacking pages 67/68 and 169/170 of Matthew;Engraved title page, signed "H. Vllrich. scul." On imprint of title page: "Cumgratia &. priuilegio Sac: Cáes: Mtis: ad quindecim annos"; each book has a half title page. Each book has divisional title; each book of the Gospels and Acts has separate pagination and register; the remaining books have continuous pagination and register.; Small institutional bookplate on front pastedown; repair to fore edge of title page and following three pages; title page has a small ink stain to seal towards upper edge, lower fore corner has some damage to engraving.; one line of writing to lower edge of title page; Hebrew translation by Hutter, the English text is the Geneva version.; The texts are arranged verse by verse in six columns across two pages: 1) Syriac (in Hebrew characters) and Italian; 2) Hebrew (in Hutter's type) and Spanish; 3) Greek and French; 4) Latin and English; 5) German and Danish; 6) Bohemian and Polish. Cf. Darlow & Moule.Collation: [10], 1-66, 69-168, 171-303, [1], 1-195, [1], 1-335, [1], 1-263, [1], 1-335, [3], [18], 1-806, [8], 807-1091, [1]; Lacking pages 67/68 and 169/170 of Matthew; collation with page errors: [10], 1-66, 69-[96 labeled 60]-168, 171-303, [1], 1-[40 labeled 41] [62 labeled 92] [86 labeled 89] [92 labeled 72] [138 labeled 40]-195, [1], 1-[58 labeled 68] [80 labeled 68] [136 labeled 316] [162 lab … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Second Story Books [US]
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2018-05-15 02:40:02
LIPSIUS Justus
Ad historiarum lucem. Editio altera, correcta et aucta. Antuerpiae, ex. officina Plantiniana, apud Io. Moretum, 1599. in-4, pp. 223, (1); leg. perg. mod. tit. ms. al dorso. Marca tip. sul tit., grandi iniz. silogr. Dedica all'Arcivescovo ed Elettore di Colonia Ernesto. Seconda edizione (la prima era apparsa presso lo stesso stampatore nel 1596), con 45 figure inc. in rame. Importante opera dello studioso belga Joest Lips (1547-1606), giurista, poligrafo e storico particolarmente interessato agli studi sulla Roma antica, sull'archeologia e sulle cose antiche in generale. STC., Dutch Books, 119. Adams 798. Cokle 672. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2018-05-15 02:40:02
LIPSIUS Justus
Ad historiarum lucem. Editio altera, correcta et aucta. Antuerpiae, ex. officina Plantiniana, apud Io. Moretum, 1599. in-4, pp. 223, (1); leg. perg. mod. tit. ms. al dorso. Marca tip. sul tit., grandi iniz. silogr. Dedica all'Arcivescovo ed Elettore di Colonia Ernesto. Seconda edizione (la prima era apparsa presso lo stesso stampatore nel 1596), con 45 figure inc. in rame. Importante opera dello studioso belga Joest Lips (1547-1606), giurista, poligrafo e storico particolarmente interessato agli studi sulla Roma antica, sull'archeologia e sulle cose antiche in generale. STC., Dutch Books, 119. Adams 798. Cokle 672. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2018-05-15 02:39:32
LIPSIUS JUSTUS.
Antuerpiae ex off. Plantiniana Ioannem Moretum, 1599. In 4° piccolo. (mm. 247 x 180). Piacevole legatura in pelle dell'epoca o dei primi seicento con losanga centrale impressa e dorata. Pp. 218, (6). Molte belle incisioni in rame, nel testo, anche a piena pagina. Ottimo esemplare con solo alcuni piccoli foretti di tarlo su parte bianca di poche pagine. Seconda edizione, migliorata, dedicata allo studio sulle macchine d'assedio, l'arte della guerra e le armate romane. Molto ben incise le figure che ornano l'opera.
Bookseller: De Antiquis Libris [IT]
2018-05-14 07:20:40
Hutter, Elias; Coler, Jacob; Ulrich, Heinrich
Noriberg�: [publisher not identified], 1599. Noribergæ: [publisher not identified], 1599. Other. Thick Folio; VG; bound in full contemporary vellum, paneled spine with faded black lettering; blind tooling to boards; clasps present and intact; Lacking pages 67/68 and 169/170 of Matthew; Engraved title page, signed "H. Vllrich. scul." On imprint of title page: "Cumgratia &. priuilegio Sac: Cáes: Mtis: ad quindecim annos"; each book has a half title page. Each book has divisional title; each book of the Gospels and Acts has separate pagination and register; the remaining books have continuous pagination and register.; Small institutional bookplate on front pastedown; repair to fore edge of title page and following three pages; title page has a small ink stain to seal towards upper edge, lower fore corner has some damage to engraving.; one line of writing to lower edge of title page; Hebrew translation by Hutter, the English text is the Geneva version.; The texts are arranged verse by verse in six columns across two pages: 1) Syriac (in Hebrew characters) and Italian; 2) Hebrew (in Hutter's type) and Spanish; 3) Greek and French; 4) Latin and English; 5) German and Danish; 6) Bohemian and Polish. Cf. Darlow & Moule. Collation: [10], 1-66, 69-168, 171-303, [1], 1-195, [1], 1-335, [1], 1-263, [1], 1-335, [3], [18], 1-806, [8], 807-1091, [1]; Lacking pages 67/68 and 169/170 of Matthew; collation with page errors: [10], 1-66, 69-[96 labeled 60]-168, 171-303, [1], 1-[40 labeled 41] [62 labeled 92] [86 labeled 89] [92 labeled 72] [138 labeled 40]-195, [1], 1-[58 labele … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Second Story Books, ABAA [Rockville, MD, U.S.A.]
2018-05-14 06:33:23
Hutter, Elias; Coler, Jacob; Ulrich, Heinrich
[publisher not identified], Noribergæ, 1599. Thick Folio; VG; bound in full contemporary vellum, paneled spine with faded black lettering; blind tooling to boards; clasps present and intact; Lacking pages 67/68 and 169/170 of Matthew; Engraved title page, signed "H. Vllrich. scul." On imprint of title page: "Cumgratia &. priuilegio Sac: Cáes: Mtis: ad quindecim annos"; each book has a half title page. Each book has divisional title; each book of the Gospels and Acts has separate pagination and register; the remaining books have continuous pagination and register.; Small institutional bookplate on front pastedown; repair to fore edge of title page and following three pages; title page has a small ink stain to seal towards upper edge, lower fore corner has some damage to engraving.; one line of writing to lower edge of title page; Hebrew translation by Hutter, the English text is the Geneva version.; The texts are arranged verse by verse in six columns across two pages: 1) Syriac (in Hebrew characters) and Italian; 2) Hebrew (in Hutter's type) and Spanish; 3) Greek and French; 4) Latin and English; 5) German and Danish; 6) Bohemian and Polish. Cf. Darlow & Moule. Collation: [10], 1-66, 69-168, 171-303, [1], 1-195, [1], 1-335, [1], 1-263, [1], 1-335, [3], [18], 1-806, [8], 807-1091, [1]; Lacking pages 67/68 and 169/170 of Matthew; collation with page errors: [10], 1-66, 69-[96 labeled 60]-168, 171-303, [1], 1-[40 labeled 41] [62 labeled 92] [86 labeled 89] [92 labeled 72] [138 labeled 40]-195, [1], 1-[58 labeled 68] [80 labeled 68] [136 labeled 316] [162 labeled 163] [163 labe … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Second Story Books, ABAA [Rockville, MD, U.S.A.]
2018-05-12 15:27:27
POMODORO, Giovanni.
Apresso Stefano de Paulini, Rome, 1599. First edition, first issue, of this finely illustrated manual of Euclidean geometry and its practical applications for surveyors, architects and others, unusual for being printed in folio, and a rather large folio for the period. The first plate illustrates surveying and measuring instruments; this is followed by a series of plates with Euclidean geometrical diagrams, and then by attractive plates of surveying and measuring problems, including architectural plans and elevations of buildings and streets. Many of the surveying scenes include figures in gentlemanly or military costumes or nude. The first 44 plates were designed by Pomodoro, but he died before the work was complete and the text was provided by Giovanni Scala (1547-1600), who also supplied a further seven plates. The fame of Pomodoro’s treatise is attested by the fact that, just one year after its publication, it was cited by the architect Giorgio Vasari the Younger (1562-1625) (the nephew of the art historian of the same name) in his manuscript Raccolto di varii instrumenti per misurare con la vista: six of the 76 folios of the manuscript refer to Pomodoro, and Vasari traced illustrations from Tavolas I and XLI-XLIV (Brusaporci, p. 216). This is a very rare book: OCLC lists 5 copies in US (Burndy, Cornell, Harvard, Iowa State, Michigan); COPAC lists BL and Wellcome only; ABPC/RBH record only one copy sold at auction since the Honeyman sale (Christie’s, 6 June 2001, lot 384, £4230, modern binding).The treatise begins with the description of the principal instruments for dr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SOPHIA RARE BOOKS [Koebenhavn V, Denmark]
2018-05-12 13:49:17
STEVIN, Simon
Ex officina Plantiniana apud Christophorum Raphelengium. Academiae Lugduno-Batavae Typographum, Leiden, 1599. First Latin edition of Stevin's extremely rare and important work on the determination of longitude using magnetic variation. Originally published in Dutch as De Havenvinding, "the [Latin] translation appeared almost simultaneously with the original Dutch version" (Crone et al, p. 375); English and French translations followed later in the same year. "In a seafaring nation like the Dutch republic matters of navigation were, of course, of great importance. In addition to his astronomical works, Stevin . approached the subject of determining the longitude of a ship, a problem that was not fully solved until the nineteenth century. Several previous authors had suggested that longitude might be determined by measuring the deviation of the magnetic needle from the astronomical meridian, a suggestion based on the assumption that the earth-wide distribution of terrestrial magnetism was known. Since the determination of latitude was well known, such a measurement would allow the sailor to chart longitudinal position against the latitudinal circle. Stevin, in his booklet, gave a clear explanation of this method; he differed from Petrus Plancius and Mercator in that he did not rely upon a priori conceptions of the way in which geomagnetic deviation depends upon geographical position. Although he was willing to offer a conjecture about this dependence, Stevin insisted on the necessity of collecting actual measurements from all possible sources and urged the establishment of an … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SOPHIA RARE BOOKS [Koebenhavn V, Denmark]
2018-05-11 06:34:53
Veer, Gerrit de
Venice: Giovanni Battista Ciotti, 1599. [4],79 leaves, with thirty-two in-text engravings, including five maps. Small quarto. Contemporary limp vellum, manuscript spine title. A few patches of light staining to vellum, slight biopredation at lower corners. 20th-century bookplates in front endpapers. Light foxing to titlepage, light dust soiling and few stray ink marks throughout. A very good copy, overall. The first edition in Italian, published the year after the Dutch and Latin editions, of a classic collection of three Dutch northern voyages during 1594-97 led by William Barents. Two issues of Giunio Parisio's translation were printed the same year, the present one by Giovanni Ciotti and the other by Porro. Veer's narrative of shipwreck off Nova Zembla and a terrible winter, in which a number of the crew froze to death and many others were eaten by polar bears, is a remarkable narrative of heroism in exploration. The fine engravings are reduced versions of the illustrations in the first edition. During the first voyage of 1594, the coast of Nova Zembla was successfully explored right up to its most northern point. The second voyage of 1595 proved a failure when pack ice blocked the passage of the ships between the Straits of Vaigatz and the mainland as late as the summer months, the result of an especially harsh Arctic winter. The third voyage, of 1596-97, which takes up the greater part of the volume, ranks as one of the greatest in the history of polar exploration. The expedition sailed in a northerly direction, discovering Bear Island and Spitzbergen. Unable t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [U.S.A.]
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2018-05-10 08:39:56
Bodin, Jean
Gabriel Cartier, 1599, Hardcover (Vellum), Book Condition: Very Good Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket, Edition Unstated. Size: Octavo (standard book size). Text is in French. Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is sound. Full vellum binding, pp. [24], 1060, 34-page Index, plus Apologie de Rene Herpin Pour la Republique de J. Bodin (81 pages). Text in French with some Latin. Jean Bodin (1530-1596) was a French jurist and political philosopher whose Six Books of the Republic was an instant success and was frequently reprinted. In his writings, Bodin favored a strong national monarchy for France. He introduced the idea that climate was an important factor in shaping a people's character and thus in determining the best kind of government for a nation. This idea influenced Baron de Montesquieu's climatic determinism. Covers lightly stained, light wear at corners, one of vellum ties on front cover is missing, one on the back is cut short, text block stained, scattered instances of staining/foxing throughout, still highly readable. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 3 lbs 0 oz. Category: Politics & Government; French Language; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 013041.
Bookseller: Dennis Holzman Antiques [U.S.A.]
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2018-04-25 08:39:08
BODIN JEAN
15991599 - Chez Gabriel Cartier. / /Un volume fort in 8° - Reliure plein veau du 17ème - Dos orné à 5 nerfs - Pièce de titre frottée et disparue. / / Page de titre - 10 fnch : Préface, Epistola, Sommaire des chapitres - 1060 pages - environ 15 fnch : Table des matières et choses notables - Page de titre : Apologie de Rene Herpin pour la république de I. Bodin - 81 pages. / / Trous de vers sur pratiquement l'ensemble de l'ouvrage, affectant les commentaires dans les marges, et malheureusement, parfois, quelques mots du texte. Edition 16ème, malgré les défauts signalés, du livre le plus important de politique publié dans ce siècle. Il eu une influence sur les gouvernements européens de son époque, il sera ensuite reprit dans L'esprit des lois de Montesquieu. >>>>: Contact : J-Chistophe YVARD : 06 38 89 81 22 <<<<
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne du Sud Gironde [France, Bazas]
2018-04-22 01:46:11
CLEMENTE VIII PAPA
Apud impressores camerales, Roma, 1599. Quattro pagine (un foglio in -4° ripiegato) contenenti tre lettere di Clemente VIII. Si dà il permesso a Francisco De Montilla, missionario francescano in Oriente di prendere delle reliquie dall'Italia per portarle nelle Filippine (dove Clemente, nel 1595, aveva elevato Manila a sede metropolitana). Ferrara era passata sotto il dominio dello Stato Pontificio a gennaio del 1598, cioè pochi mesi prima della redazione di queste lettere: per sottolineare l'importanza del recupero della città, Clemente prese possesso di persona della nuova provincia, dove avrebbe soggiornato fra il maggio e il novembre di quell'anno. La richiesta dell'altare, argomento della prima di queste tre lettere, proveniva da Antonio de Cordoba y Cardona, ambasciatore spagnolo a Manila: da notare che la Spagna decidette, nella questione della successione ferrarese, di mantenersi neutrale. Four pages (a folded leaf in -4°) including three Clemente VIII's letters. Permission is given to Francisco de Montilla, a Franciscan missionary in Far East, to take holy relics from Italy, to be bringed in the Philippine (were Clemente, in 1595, raised Manila to metropolitan seat). Ferrara become under the Vatican dominion on january 1598, a few months before these letters were written. To underline the importance of having recovered this city, Clemente went himself to the city, where he stayed between may and november of that year. The request of an altair, subject of the first letter, had been done by Antonio de Cordoba y Cardona, performative Spanish ambassador in Manila: it ha … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [ROMA, RM, Italy]
2018-04-17 19:58:22
Bible. English. 1599. Geneva?Tomson?Junius.
Impr. by the deputies of Christopher Barker 1599 [i.e., 1633 or later], London. At least five editions appeared with this 1599 imprint, almost none of which were actually printed that year. Darlow and Moule note, "The phenomena of the various editions described under the year 1599 . . . constitute one of the most curious problems in the bibliography of the English Bible." Clearly there was a demand (by English Puritans and by Pilgrims in the Low Countries and America, among others) for Geneva Bibles, with their strongly Protestant marginal notes, well after they could no longer be printed openly in London. Pocock is of the opinion that recognizing this, Robert Barker "adopted" various early-17th-century Amsterdam and Dort Genevas; the back-dating and "back-attributing" on their title-pages would have associated these with and effectively disguised them as a popular and approved Bible printed by his own father, who died in that year and whose press he took over in the year following. STC attributes the whole array of editions purely to Stam in Amsterdam, who as publisher also would have benefitted from the fame and innocuousness in England of Christopher Barker's actual 1599 edition, though he would have had no reason in Dutch law for disguise. The text at hand here is the Geneva version (as usual, without the Apocrypha), with Tomson's revised New Testament and Junius's Revelation ? but this copy thoroughly muddies the waters with a title-page supplied from another copy, possibly even the genuine 1599 printing. The New Testament title-page also gives 1599 (as does the coloph … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SessaBks (ABAA, ILAB) [Philadelphia, PA, U.S.A.]
2018-04-15 08:05:33
Veer, Gerrit de
Venice: Giovanni Battista Ciotti, 1599. [4],79 leaves, with thirty-two in-text engravings, including five maps. Small quarto. Contemporary limp vellum, manuscript spine title. A few patches of light staining to vellum, slight biopredation at lower corners. 20th-century bookplates in front endpapers. Light foxing to titlepage, light dust soiling and few stray ink marks throughout. A very good copy, overall. The first edition in Italian, published the year after the Dutch and Latin editions, of a classic collection of three Dutch northern voyages during 1594-97 led by William Barents. Two issues of Giunio Parisio's translation were printed the same year, the present one by Giovanni Ciotti and the other by Porro. Veer's narrative of shipwreck off Nova Zembla and a terrible winter, in which a number of the crew froze to death and many others were eaten by polar bears, is a remarkable narrative of heroism in exploration. The fine engravings are reduced versions of the illustrations in the first edition. During the first voyage of 1594, the coast of Nova Zembla was successfully explored right up to its most northern point. The second voyage of 1595 proved a failure when pack ice blocked the passage of the ships between the Straits of Vaigatz and the mainland as late as the summer months, the result of an especially harsh Arctic winter. The third voyage, of 1596-97, which takes up the greater part of the volume, ranks as one of the greatest in the history of polar exploration. The expedition sailed in a northerly direction, discovering Bear Island and Spitzbergen. Unable t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [United States]
2018-04-13 16:45:39
Veer, Gerrit de
Giovanni Battista Ciotti, Venice, 1599. [4],79 leaves, with thirty-two in-text engravings, including five maps. Small quarto. Contemporary limp vellum, manuscript spine title. A few patches of light staining to vellum, slight biopredation at lower corners. 20th-century bookplates in front endpapers. Light foxing to titlepage, light dust soiling and few stray ink marks throughout. A very good copy, overall. The first edition in Italian, published the year after the Dutch and Latin editions, of a classic collection of three Dutch northern voyages during 1594-97 led by William Barents. Two issues of Giunio Parisio's translation were printed the same year, the present one by Giovanni Ciotti and the other by Porro. Veer's narrative of shipwreck off Nova Zembla and a terrible winter, in which a number of the crew froze to death and many others were eaten by polar bears, is a remarkable narrative of heroism in exploration. The fine engravings are reduced versions of the illustrations in the first edition. During the first voyage of 1594, the coast of Nova Zembla was successfully explored right up to its most northern point. The second voyage of 1595 proved a failure when pack ice blocked the passage of the ships between the Straits of Vaigatz and the mainland as late as the summer months, the result of an especially harsh Arctic winter. The third voyage, of 1596-97, which takes up the greater part of the volume, ranks as one of the greatest in the history of polar exploration. The expedition sailed in a northerly direction, discovering Bear Island and Spitzbergen. Unable to procee … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2018-03-31 00:38:23
STEFANONI, Pietro (ca. 1589-1642)
In folio (mm. 272x200). Dedica calcografica e 9 tavole incise in rame su 46. Aloni e fioriture, macchie e traccie d'uso. Quello che rimane dell'opera che completa comprenderebbe in totale 47 carte. Le tavole sono in gran parte sciolte. Legatura dei primi dell'Ottocento in mezza pelle con titolo in oro al dorso ("Stefanoni Scuola del Disegno"). Al contropiatto la nota "Rarissimo" e l'ex-libris "Roma Libreria di Luigi de Romanis Piazza di Sciarra sul Corso nº 319". Album modello, pubblicato dallo Stefanoni a Roma nel primo quarto del Seicento, che raccoglie 46 tavole non numerate, raffiguranti studi anatomici, ritratti, animali, ecc. L'album deriva in gran parte della raccolta, apparsa nello stesso periodo, di Luca Ciamberlano e Francesco Brizio intitolata Scuola perfetta per imparare a disegnare tutto il corpo humano e tratta da disegni di Agostino e Annibale Carracci. Le tavole recano in calce il monogramma "P.S.F." (Pietro Stefanoni fecit). Il ritratto di Santa Lucia Vergine è datato 1599. Una tavola reca il monogramma "IBC". Pietro Stefanoni (Valstagna, 1557 circa-Roma, 1642 circa), antiquario e collezionista, fu attivo a Roma come editore di stampe a partire dall'ultimo decennio del XVI secolo. Nel febbraio del 1595, Stefanoni ottiene dal cardinale Enrico Caetani la licenza di scavare nei sotterranei della propria abitazione, nei pressi del Portico d'Ottavia, per estrarre reperti archeologici. Nel 1598 Ulisse Aldrovandi lo ricorda come esperto di antichità nei suoi appunti e nelle sue opere. Al naturalista bolognese, Stefanoni inviò il celebre foglio raffigurante un … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto [IT]
2018-03-27 22:52:26
D. ANTONIO DE SAAVEDRA GUZMAN
En Casa de Pedro Madrigal.. Muy Bien. Encuadernación de tapa blanda. 1ª Edición. Madrid. 1599. 15X11. 17h+347Folios+6h. Pergamino. 22h facsimiladas del principio y del final, completo. Errores de paginación de origen. Poema épico del criollo publicadas en España siglos XVI, XVII y una de las Obras mas importantes para una lectura política y socio - historica de la instrumentalización de la épica culta en tierras americanas. Completamente nulo en comercio. Ref 8.6 Biblioteca A.
Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Marc & Antiques, Sr. Marc Castro Clop Biblióf [ES]
2018-03-16 23:41:43
Deputies of Christopher Barker, London, 1599. Geneva version of the Bible. Quarto, bound in 18th century calf, raised bands, red morocco spine label, marbled endpapers, rebacked. An excellent example with the first woodcut title page lightly abraded at the upper right. Upon Queen Mary's accession in 1553, "publication of the English Bible ceased in England. Many Protestants who fled to the Continent were attracted to Calvin's Geneva. Among these exiles were eminent English Bible scholars who began work on a new translation" (The Bible: 100 Landmarks 62). First published in 1560, the Geneva Bible--often called the "Breeches Bible" for its unique rendering of Genesis 3:7--was "more scholarly than any previous translation. [It] achieved immediate popularity and exerted an extremely powerful influence. The Geneva Version included prefaces, maps and tables; and for the first time in an English Bible the verses were divided and numbered. It has been more properly called the Elizabethan family Bible, since it was this version which was the first to enter the English home" (PMM 83). "It became the textus receptus for the Puritan element in England. It was read by Shakespeare, Bunyan and the soldiers of the Civil War, and is thus of cardinal importance for its influence on the English language, literature and thought" (Great Books and Book Collectors, 105-8). [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB [Palm Beach, FL, U.S.A.]
2018-03-16 06:32:33
London: Deputies of Christopher Barker, 1599. Geneva version of the Bible, translated by William Whittingham, Anthony Gilby, Thomas Sampson. Quarto, bound in 18th century tree calf, raised bands, red morocco spine label, marbled endpapers, rebacked. An excellent example with the first woodcut title page slightly abraded at upper right, text is generally clean. Upon Queen Mary's accession in 1553, "publication of the English Bible ceased in England. Many Protestants who fled to the Continent were attracted to Calvin's Geneva. Among these exiles were eminent English Bible scholars who began work on a new translation" (The Bible: 100 Landmarks 62). First published in 1560, the Geneva Bible--often called the "Breeches Bible" for its unique rendering of Genesis 3:7--was "more scholarly than any previous translation... [It] achieved immediate popularity and exerted an extremely powerful influence... The Geneva Version included prefaces, maps and tables; and for the first time in an English Bible the verses were divided and numbered... It has been more properly called the Elizabethan family Bible, since it was this version which was the first to enter the English home" (PMM 83). "It became the textus receptus for the Puritan element in England. It was read by Shakespeare, Bunyan and the soldiers of the Civil War, and is thus of cardinal importance for its influence on the English language, literature and thought" (Great Books and Book Collectors, 105-8).
Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books [U.S.A.]
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2018-03-07 20:36:48
VIVALDI Agostino -
Roma, appresso Luigi Zannetti, 1599, in-4to (cm. 33 x 22,5) rilegato in piena pergamena moderna, marca tipografica xilografica al frontespizio, pp. (612) con 153 cc. di testo con la spiegazione di 153 tavole incise in rame a piena pagina. restauri ai margini bianchi delle ultime dieci pagine che non compromettono il testo o le tavole. Prima del frontespizio sono state aggiunte sei pagine con l'indice delle tavole "Tavola delle meditationi che rispondono all'imagini della vita di Christo secondo l'ordine del Historia Evangelia" e una tavola a piena pagina incisa in rame, restaurata ai margini bianchi.
Bookseller: Libreria Piani già  Naturalistica [Italy]
2018-03-07 09:18:04
London: Deputies of Christopher Barker, 1599. Geneva version of the Bible. Quarto, bound in 18th century calf, raised bands, red morocco spine label, marbled endpapers, rebacked. An excellent example with the first woodcut title page lightly abraded at the upper right. Upon Queen Mary's accession in 1553, "publication of the English Bible ceased in England. Many Protestants who fled to the Continent were attracted to Calvin's Geneva. Among these exiles were eminent English Bible scholars who began work on a new translation" (The Bible: 100 Landmarks 62). First published in 1560, the Geneva Bible-often called the "Breeches Bible" for its unique rendering of Genesis 3:7-was "more scholarly than any previous translation... [It] achieved immediate popularity and exerted an extremely powerful influence... The Geneva Version included prefaces, maps and tables; and for the first time in an English Bible the verses were divided and numbered... It has been more properly called the Elizabethan family Bible, since it was this version which was the first to enter the English home" (PMM 83). "It became the textus receptus for the Puritan element in England. It was read by Shakespeare, Bunyan and the soldiers of the Civil War, and is thus of cardinal importance for its influence on the English language, literature and thought" (Great Books and Book Collectors, 105-8).
Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books [U.S.A.]
2018-03-07 09:18:04
London: Deputies of Christopher Barker, 1599. Geneva version of the Bible, translated by William Whittingham, Anthony Gilby, Thomas Sampson. Quarto, bound in 18th century tree calf, raised bands, red morocco spine label, marbled endpapers, rebacked. An excellent example with the first woodcut title page slightly abraded at upper right, text is generally clean. Upon Queen Mary's accession in 1553, "publication of the English Bible ceased in England. Many Protestants who fled to the Continent were attracted to Calvin's Geneva. Among these exiles were eminent English Bible scholars who began work on a new translation" (The Bible: 100 Landmarks 62). First published in 1560, the Geneva Bible--often called the "Breeches Bible" for its unique rendering of Genesis 3:7--was "more scholarly than any previous translation... [It] achieved immediate popularity and exerted an extremely powerful influence... The Geneva Version included prefaces, maps and tables; and for the first time in an English Bible the verses were divided and numbered... It has been more properly called the Elizabethan family Bible, since it was this version which was the first to enter the English home" (PMM 83). "It became the textus receptus for the Puritan element in England. It was read by Shakespeare, Bunyan and the soldiers of the Civil War, and is thus of cardinal importance for its influence on the English language, literature and thought" (Great Books and Book Collectors, 105-8).
Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books [US]
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2018-03-03 19:55:41
Biblia Sacra
1599 RARE 1st ed Biblia Sacra Plantin Press Vulgate Latin Holy Bible Sixtus V An incredibly rare first Plantin edition of the Biblia Sacra. This 1599 printing was edited by Marcantonio Colonna and published in the Vulgate Latin. This late 16th-century Bible is printed in double-column format and a beautiful illustrated title page. Item number: #2606 Price: $1500 Biblia Sacra Biblia sacra : vulgatae editionis Sixti Qvinti Pont. Max. ivssv recognita atque edita. Antverpiae : Ex officina Plantiniana, Apud Ioannem Moretum, 1599. Details: • Collation complete with all pages: 1032, 39, [39] o 10 full-page engravings • References: not in Darlow & Moule • Language: Latin • Binding: Leather; tight & secure o Functional clasps • Size: ~7.75in X 5in X 3in (19.5cm x 13cm x 8cm) Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 2606 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2018-02-28 04:33:16
Grabador: Esquivel de Sotomayor, Manuel, Dibujante:Bueno, León
España. DIEGO VELÁZQUEZ (1599-1660) (pintor); LEÓN BUENO (dibujo); MANUEL ESQUIVEL (1777-1842) (grabado) Estampa de traducción de las famosas pinturas de Velázquez. Realizada y editada en Madrid en 1795. Buen estado de conservación. Justo de márgenes. Siglo: XVIII.Buril. Papel vitela. Grabador: Esquivel de Sotomayor, Manuel. Dibujante: Bueno, León. 1795. Altura papelt: . Anchura papel: . Altura plancha:570. Anchura plancha: 330
Bookseller: Palau Antiguitats [Barcelona, Spain]
2018-02-26 22:13:15
Gheyn, Jacob de II (1565-1629)
Portrait of Henry II of Bourbon as a young man. Signed and dated at lower left and right: 'IDGheyn sculptor AN. DOM. MDIC (I, D and G interlaced). Inscription in margin around oval: HENRICVS BORBONIVS FRANCIAE PRIMVS PRINCEPS PRIMVSQ. PAR. AET. SVAE AN X. Used in: Martianus Capella, S, ed. Hugo Grotius (dedicated to the Prince of Condé), Leiden, 1599, with four lines of Latin in letterpress below: 'Inclita Borbonidum generoso... vincere, réque fidem: HVG. GROTIVS. On the verso collector's mark of Alfred Morrison (1821-1897), L. 151."Engraving on paper, trimmed to plate; total: 111 x 111 mm, state II/2, New Hollstein Dutch 234. In outstanding condition. On verso traces of previous mounts. "
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Arine van der Steur [Den Haag, Netherlands]
2018-02-25 17:09:53
Lorichio, J.:
Freiburg, M.Böckler, 1599. Tit., 11 Bl., 296 S., 1 Bl. Orig. Schweinsledereinband kleinformatiges hübsches Werk, die Lederschließen fehlen, sonst ordentl. u. komplett, - aus der Klosterbibliothek Gengenbach, da mit altem Besitzvermerk- Versand D: 4,76 EUR
Bookseller: Der ANTIQUAR in LAHR
2018-02-25 16:00:52
Gyger, Hans Conrad, Johannes Müller
Begleitheft 27 S., etliche Abb. Begleittext 43 S., zahlr. Abb. 1 Übersichtskarte, 49 Blätter je ca. 30 x 30 cm, 7 Randblätter je ca. 30 x 8 cm, Lose Blätter in Holzkassette (36 x 36 x 6 cm)., Kassette min. berieben. gelbes Titelschilchen a. Schmalseite. Innen tadellos. Faksimiliert nach dem Original im Zürcher Staatsarchiv. Mit 56 Teilkarten und 7 kleineren. Nr. 794 von 800 Exemplaren. Wunderbare farbige Karte, mit grosser Liebe zum Detail gemalt. Hans Conrad Gyger (1599 - 1674), Malermeister, Geometer u. Kartenzeichner in Zürich. Begleitheft von Eduard Imhof. Ausserdem ein Begleittext von Arthur Dürst, Hans Conrad Gygers grosse Landtafel des Zürcher Gebiets von 1664/1667, mit zahlreichen historischen Notizen und einem 4-seitigen, gefalzten faksimilierten Schreiben von Gyger.
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej
2018-02-25 09:47:10
1599. Antique print, titled: 'Ibis Bellonii.' - An ibis species. Published in "Ornithologiae, hoc est ", by Iulisse Aldrovandi, published in Bologna by Bellagamba in 1599-1603. Woodcut on laid paper. Made by 'Cristoforo Coriolano' after an anonymous artist. Cristoforo Coriolano worked as a woodcutter in Bologna between ca. 1570 and 1600. He originated from Nurnberg. Very good, given age. Ample margins. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. The overall size is ca. 22.8 x 34.8 cm. The image size is ca. 18.5 x 26.5 cm. The overall size is ca. 9 x 13.7 inch. The image size is ca. 7.3 x 10.4 inch. Storage location: TPCLA-A9-38
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2018-02-20 01:51:44
VIVALDI Agostino -
1599 - Roma, appresso Luigi Zannetti, 1599, in-4to (cm. 33 x 22,5) rilegato in piena pergamena moderna, marca tipografica xilografica al frontespizio, pp. (612) con 153 cc. di testo con la spiegazione di 153 tavole incise in rame a piena pagina. restauri ai margini bianchi delle ultime dieci pagine che non compromettono il testo o le tavole. Prima del frontespizio sono state aggiunte sei pagine con l?indice delle tavole ?Tavola delle meditationi che rispondono all?imagini della vita di Christo secondo l?ordine del Historia Evangelia? e una tavola a piena pagina incisa in rame, restaurata ai margini bianchi.
Bookseller: Libreria Piani già Naturalistica Snc
2018-02-20 01:51:44
VIVALDI Agostino -
Roma, appresso Luigi Zannetti, 1599, in-4to (cm. 33 x 22,5) rilegato in piena pergamena moderna, marca tipografica xilografica al frontespizio, pp. (612) con 153 cc. di testo con la spiegazione di 153 tavole incise in rame a piena pagina. restauri ai margini bianchi delle ultime dieci pagine che non compromettono il testo o le tavole. Prima del frontespizio sono state aggiunte sei pagine con l?indice delle tavole ?Tavola delle meditationi che rispondono all?imagini della vita di Christo secondo l?ordine del Historia Evangelia? e una tavola a piena pagina incisa in rame, restaurata ai margini bianchi.
Bookseller: Libreria Piani [Monte San Pietro, BO, Italy]
2018-02-15 21:18:49
Rolin de Morel de Mons Joseph 1715 1783
2 pièces signées 3 In-4 1599-1754 pliures, petite mouillure sur un document - Mgr de L'Hostel. Ordre de payement pour une dépense faite au Cheylard. 1599. - Mgr Rolin de Morel de Mons. Nomination de Charles Nicolas Saladin, "hebdomadier de Viviers". 1754. En latin. Sceau gaufré sous papier. Evêque de Viviers (1748-1778).
Bookseller: Traces Ecrites [Paris, France]
2018-02-08 16:11:02
PTOLEMAEUS, Claudius (after 83 - ca 168 AD) - Girolamo RUSCELLI (1500 - 1566).
Venice: Heirs of Melchior Sessa, 1599. PTOLEMAEUS, Claudius (c.100-170). Geografia di Claudio Tolomeo Alessandrino, Tradotta di Greco nell'Idioma Volgare Italiano, da Girolamo Ruscelli, et hora nuovamente ampliata da Gioseffo Rosaccio. Venice: Heirs of Melchior Sessa, 1599. 2 parts in one volume. 4to., (9 5/8 x 6 6/8 inches). Woodcut device on general title-page (lower right-hand corner renewed) and sectional title-page for Espositioni et Introdottioni Universali di Ieronimo Ruscelli. 69 double-page engraved maps after Giacomo Gastaldi and others, including 27 maps of the Ancient World, and 42 maps of the Modern World, woodcut diagrams in the text, including some full-page, woodcut initials. 18th-century half calf, marbled paper boards (head and foot of the spine strengthened, worn). Provenance: with the near contemporary ownership inscription of Gio. Batta. MareSisi on the title-page; with the woodcut armorial library label of Ludovico Amorini Bolognini on the front paste-down Fourth revised and enlarged edition of Ruscelli's translation of Ptolemy, edited by Giuseppe Rosaccio, the second issue with the title-page dated 1598. With SIX ENTIRELY NEW MAPS, including Rosaccio's double-hemisphere world map (Shirley 217), and "America", being a second edition of Giovanni's Botero's scarce map of the Western Hemisphere, with a line visible around the continent, based on the work of Giovanni Lorenzo d'Anania published in Venice in 1582 (Burden 54), and Ortelius' map of America, and shows an unknown Southern continent attached to New Guinea. The other maps are reprinted from th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries - Aradernyc [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-02-07 19:57:46
Grabador: Vanni, Giovanni Battista, Dibujante:Correggio, Antonio Allegri da
Rossi, Giovanni Giacomo, Italia. GIOVANNI BATTISTA VANNI (1599-1660) (grabado); ANTONIO CORREGGIO (ca. 1489-1534) (diseño); GIOVANNI GIACOMO ROSSI (1627-1691) (editor) Estampa de la serie de quince grabados sobre las pinturas de la cúpula de la Catedral de Parma. Editadas en Roma, 1642. Buen estado de conservación. Restauración en ángulo superior derecho. Plenos márgenes. Siglo: XVII.Aguafuerte. Papel verjurado. Grabador: Vanni, Giovanni Battista. Dibujante: Correggio, Antonio Allegri da. 1642. Altura papelt: 510. Anchura papel: 357. Altura plancha:370. Anchura plancha: 298
Bookseller: Palau Antiguitats [Barcelona, Spain]
2018-02-02 19:18:28
LIPSIUS JUSTUS.
Antuerpiae ex off. Plantiniana Ioannem Moretum, 1599. In 4° piccolo. (mm. 247 x 180). Piacevole legatura in pelle dell'epoca o dei primi seicento con losanga centrale impressa e dorata. Pp. 218, (6). Molte belle incisioni in rame, nel testo, anche a piena pagina. Ottimo esemplare con solo alcuni piccoli foretti di tarlo su parte bianca di poche pagine. Seconda edizione, migliorata, dedicata allo studio sulle macchine d'assedio, l'arte della guerra e le armate romane. Molto ben incise le figure che ornano l'opera.
Bookseller: De Antiquis Libris
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