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        La rizographie ou les sources, elemens, & perfecçions de l'écritture Italiene

      Paris: [Circa 1600]. Oblong 4to (188 x 278 mm). Four leaves letterpress, including the scarce "Extraict des Registres de Parlement." Engraved title and 31 calligraphic plates by Simon Wynhoutz Frisius. Old marbled wrappers. Some staining. Provenance: purchased from Marlborough Rare Books, 1981. FIRST EDITION of the second of Le Gangneur's three writing manuals. As scribe in the King's Chamber under Henri III and Henri IV, Le Gangneur was granted a privilege to publish his manuals on 1 October 1599. The Netherlandish engraver Simon Wynhoutz Frisius captured the fine and florid style of one of the greatest calligraphers of the age. Adams L-387; Becker, The Practice of Letters 44; Bonacini 1039-41; Brunet III:934; Destailleur 842. From the Collection of Arthur & Charlotte Vershbow.

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        Facetiae facetiarum, hoc est- Ioco- seriorum fasciculus novus, Pathopoli, G. Severum [ = Leiden, Phil. de Croy ], 1645, 12o, ( 4 ) + 595 + ( 1 ) pag., 19e eeuws half leer ( aan onderzijde band: J.F. Boersema ).

      Geillustreerd met frontispice met scenes uit studentenleven. Bevat 18 delen, meest over seks en dronkenschap. Een ( Hans Pumbsack ) in het Duits, de andere in het latijn. Oorspronkelijk verschenen in 1600 met 12 delen. Door het Vaticaan verboden. Willems 1635, Cf. Brunet 1157-1158.

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        Tobias with the angel catching the fish in the river Tigris.

      "In a hilly landscape with trees is Tobias catching a fish in the river Tigris. On the left foreground Tobias is sitting with the angel beside the river and on the right of the print he is leaving the scene with his companion and a dog. Lettered below: 'TOBJAS hic....'; signed on the bottom left:'EG. de saen inuent' and right:'Hen. Hondius sculps et excud. / 1600'; above left:'cum privil' and dedication to the prince Fred. Henry of Orange:'Ill. mo... / dedic. H. Hondius' "."Etching and engraving on paper, trimmed within platemark; total: 203 x 278 mm; only state; New Hollstein 4; W. 3, H IX 5 ; Kramm III p. 719"

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        Jürgen Klauke: (Pro) Securitas. Original-Fotografie auf hochglänzendem Agfa Fotopapier (1986 / 1988). Bildformat: 52,5 x 61,0 cm. Rückseitig in Bleistift von Jürgen Klauke signiert und datiert. - Leichte Knickspuren, sehr leichte Druckspuren, wohl beim Herstellungsprozess entstanden, beides fast nur im Bildglanz sichtbar. - Motiv aus der "Pro Securitas" Fotoreihe.

      - Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1600

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        Oude Hollandsche landen, heeren, luyden, rechten en rechtsplegingen, oprechten van 't Hoff van Hollandt Zeelant en West-Vrieslandt, Leenhoff in Hollandt en den hogen-raedt etc. Amsterdam, S. v. Esvelt, 1743.

      4°, halfleer, (8)+228 pag.C1580."Roberts pag. 231; Dekkers pag. 128. Jacob van Oudenhoven (1600/1601 - 1690) was predikant met historische belangstelling. Dit werk werd posthuum gepubliceerd."

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        Delineatio historica fratrvm minorvm ... / Historische af-beeldinghe der Minder-broeders van de Nederlandtsche provincie, die om 't gheloof wreedelijck van de Geusen ghedoodt zijn. Antwerpen, Plantijn/Moretus, 1635.

      4°, 52 pag. (deels verso blanco). Origineel sierpapier omslag, geillustreerd. C1890."Funck pag. 281; BCNI 8801. Geillustreerd met gegraveerd titelvignet en wapen, 2 houtsneden en 20 fraaie gravures van A.P. [= Andries Pauli of Pauwels, 1600-1639, Antwerps graveur]. Betreft de moord op: Joh. Amicus, de zes martelaren van Alkmaar, Engelb. Terburgius, de elf martelaren van Gorcum, F. Reynerus a Lintris, J. Mahusius, W. Goudanus, J. Cuyper, A. Beverloo, Nic. Delfius, J. Scheurmans, Joh. van Amsterdam, Joh. Gray, Joh. Puteanus, M. Suetens, Alb. v. Leyden, Th. v. Beringhen, J. v. Delft."

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        Explanatio digestorum secundum Justi Henningii Boehmeri compendium

      ca. 1600 S., 23 x 19 cm Halbleder der Zeit Kommentierende Nachschrift in vier Bänden. 1798-1799 geschrieben. Lateinische Handschrift auf Papier. Kapitale mit Fehlstellen, Gelenke teils eingerissen, bestoßen und beschabt. Gebräunt, teils etwas tintenfleckig , Preis inkl. MwSt. .

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        Madonna della scodella.

      "The Madonna, seated with the infant Christ on her lap, holds a bowl for the infant Baptist to drink from; S. Anne watches from behind with a hand raised. The preparatory drawing is at the Louvre (ex coll. Mariette, Inv. 7142). First engraving realized by Annibale Carracci after 1600, showing the signs of a renewed approach to engraving. Remarkable is in fact the strong chiaroscuro, emphasized by the hatched background against which are disposed the sculpted figures. Although the figures are engaged in simple and natural activities, the composition is carefully studied and masterfully engraved with regular hatchings and signs. This composition became immediately highly popular as its numerous copies testify (seventeen are documented). From the second state the name of the publisher was added, Nicolaes van Aelst, publisher active in Brussels and Rome. In the latter city he had a workshop in via della Pace from 1582 to 1613. Three states of this print are documented, however the exemplar at the Museum in Bologna (Inv. 4730) is suggested to be a fourth state. Signed above right: 'Annib. Carracius in./ et fecit. 1606./ Nico van Aelst for.'"."Etching and engraving on laid paper with a vague circular watermark, small margins; platemark: 123 x 161 mm, total: 125 x 163 mm; state III/3 (or III/4); warn out plate on the corners; on the verso cifres in characoal, top right and left corner restored, lower left margin also; selected literature: Bartsch (1818), XVIII vol., p.186, n. 9; Le Blanc (1854), p. 606, n. 6; Nagler (1858) p. 458, n. 1053; The Illustrated Bartsch (1980), p. 395, 9-I (186) and (1996), 39 (2 Comm.), p. 256,n. 3906.020"

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        M. ManilI Astronomicon a Iosepho Scaligero : ex vetusto codice Gemblacensi infinitis mendis repurgatum Eivsdem Iosephi Scaligeri notae, quibus auctoris prisca astrologia explicatur, castigationum caussae redduntur, portentosae transpositiones in eo auctore antiquitus commissae indicantur.

      [32], 131p., [5],[18], 510p., [1]., diagrams. Two volumes in one. Half leather with marbled boards. New endpapers. Some rubbing of the leather at the spine edges. Four raised bands, title and author in gilt in panels two and three, date in gilt to the spine base. Title page (worst page) browned, names and date in faded ink, two lines written in Latin, edges frayed , some loss. Page three has two words partly obscured by a stain. Page edges discoloured with age, some creasing.

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        Madonna della scodella

      - The Madonna, seated with the infant Christ on her lap, holds a bowl for the infant Baptist to drink from; S. Anne watches from behind with a hand raised. The preparatory drawing is at the Louvre (ex coll. Mariette, Inv. 7142). First engraving realized by Annibale Carracci after 1600, showing the signs of a renewed approach to engraving. Remarkable is in fact the strong chiaroscuro, emphasized by the hatched background against which are disposed the sculpted figures. Although the figures are engaged in simple and natural activities, the composition is carefully studied and masterfully engraved with regular hatchings and signs. This composition became immediately highly popular as its numerous copies testify (seventeen are documented). From the second state the name of the publisher was added, Nicolaes van Aelst, publisher active in Brussels and Rome. In the latter city he had a workshop in via della Pace from 1582 to 1613. Three states of this print are documented, however the exemplar at the Museum in Bologna (Inv. 4730) is suggested to be a fourth state. Signed above right: 'Annib. Carracius in./ et fecit. 1606./ Nico van Aelst for.' Etching and engraving on laid paper with a vague circular watermark, small margins; platemark: 123 x 161 mm, total: 125 x 163 mm; state III/3 (or III/4); warn out plate on the corners; on the verso cifres in characoal, top right and left corner restored, lower left margin also; selected literature: Bartsch (1818), XVIII vol., p.186, n. 9; Le Blanc (1854), p. 606, n. 6; Nagler (1858) p. 458, n. 1053; The Illustrated Bartsch (1980), p. 395, 9-I (186) and (1996), 39 (2 Comm.), p. 256,n. 3906.020

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        Predigt Johannes des Täufers. Lavierte Tuschfederzeichnung in Braun.

       Um 1600. Auf feinem Bütten mit Wasserzeichen \"Großes Wappenschild mit 4 und B (legiert)\". 31,5 x 41 cm (blattgroß). Großes, viellfiguriges Blatt des Manierismus. Die Figuren werden mit einer feinen Umrißlinie wiedergegeben, die mit sicherem Strich die meist komplizierten Bewegungen und viele Drehungen beschreibt. Die Lavierung modelliert die Zeichnung und unterstreicht die Bewegungen effekvoll. Johannes steht im linken Drittel des Bildes auf einem Felsen, seine erhöhte Position wird durch seinen Fingerzeig nach oben aufgenommen und verstärkt. Die Figurengruppen links und rechts am Bildrand werden jeweils durch Bäume kompositorisch gestützt. - Zuschreibung durch Direktor der Albertina, Dr. Konrad Oberhuber, Schreiben vom 21.05.1990. - Vertikale Knick -bzw. Quetschspur, geglättet. Drei Ecken sorgsam und kaum wahrnehmbar ergänzt, ein winzige Restaurierung rechts von der Johannes Figur. Manierismus, Schule von Fontainebleau, 2. Schule von Fontainebleau, Predigt des Johannes, Johannes der Täufer,

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        Medieval/Renaisance Classical Male seated figure in Chiaroscuro/tinted. Possibly a scene from/for a fresco or wall mural

      1600 - Classical Male seated figure on wove hand-made paper. Possibly a scene from a fresco or wall mural. The figure looking heavenward and being attended by two putti, he is seemingly pointing towards the ground as though directing a more important figure's attention. The engraving is trimmed close and has no plate line, a faint line makes me think it was once mounted just at the very edges, the back has no marking, a light corner crease on the reverse lower right, not seen from the image and 3 edge repairs, quite old. Measures approx 37 x 28 cm. Dates to c1600-1630. Possibly earlier c1590? * Strangely no engraver or artist shown in the image area, so perhaps once below the image. I cannot see or feel a cut or trim to the edges on any side, if trimmed as would appear I would have expected to see some evidence of this. It looks like a part scene, complete as an engraving and happy to offer as a print complete in itself, but possibly taken from a ceiling or wall painting. After Raphael or Michelangelo, reminiscent of both these great artists.

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        [Six series of religious prints in one volume:] [1] Iconvm sacrarvm piæpiorvm meditationi deservientivm Farrago, qvas avariis viris doctis excogitatas in vnvm velvt fascem collegit et piorvm vsvi editit Ioannes Gallæus [...]. Antwerp, I. Galle, 1648. [2] Præcipva vitæ Iesv et Mariæ meditantibvs sacra imaginvm typis effigvrata. Antwerp, I. Galle, [n.d.]. [3] Vita beatissimæ virginis Mariæ imaginibvs expressa. Antwerp, I. Galle, [n.d.]. [4] Elogia ab excellentibus virtvtibvs ac eminenti gloria b.

      "4°: [1] engr. tp, 3 pages with a printed table of contents, 69 numbered prints, all signed: ‘Ioannes Galle exc', some with ‘C. de Mallery fecit' and ‘Joan. Barbe sculpsit'; [2] engr. tp and 43 numbered prints, all with ‘Th: Galle exc' or ‘Io Galle exc', some signed ‘Phillipus de Mallerij fecit' or ‘C. de Mallerij fecit'; [3] engr. tp. and 33 prints without numbering, all signed ‘Io Galle exc. cum privilegio' and with ‘C. de Mallery sculp' (some with ‘Cornelius Galle sculp'); [4] engr. tp and 39 numbered prints, all but one signed ‘Ioannes Galle exc' (one signed ‘T. Galle exc'), some with ‘C. de Mallery fe'; [5] engr. tp and 28 prints without numbering, all signed ‘Joannes Galle exc'; [6] engr. title and 11 numbered prints. Title engr. signed ‘Ioannes Galle Excud.' (probably replacing the name of Th. Galle), all prints signed ‘Theodor. Galle excud'. On the title and some prints ‘C. de Mallerij fecit', other prints have ‘I.B. Barbe sculp.' and ‘C. Galle sculps'. All prints also mention ‘M. de Vos' or ‘P. de Jode figuravit'. Cont. overlapping vellum. Joannes Galle (Antwerp 1600-1676) was engraver and publisher in Antwerp. He was the son of Th. Galle (Antwerp ca 1571-1633) who probably was the first publisher of these print series. The engravers were Karel de Mallerij (Antwerp ca 1571-ca 1635) and his son Philip de Mallerij (Antwerp ca. 1598-?), Jean Baptiste Barbé (Antwerp 1578-1649), and Cornelis Galle (I Antwerp 1576-1650, II Antwerp 1615-1678). Most of the prints can therefore be dated before ca. 1630. The impressions are all very good and form an excellent example of the work of the famous Antwerp school of engraving in the first decennia of the seventeenth century.".

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        Cyprus, insula laeta choris, blandorum et mater amorum/Insular. Aliquot Aegaei Maris Antiqua Descrip. Ex conatibus geographicis Abrahami Ortelij Antverpiani

      1600. Incisione in rame, mm 360x472, colore originale d'epoca, testo latino al verso.Decorativa carta storica di Cipro contornata da nove piccole mappe delle isole greche (Eubea al centro, Dilos e Rinia, Chios, Ikaria, Rodi ( a sin.) e Samo, Kos, Lesbos, Lemnos (a destra). Tratta dal "Parergon" che Ortelio pubblicò come integrazione del "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" il primo atlante moderno, comprendente carte di tutte le zone del mondo; la geniale intuizione di Ortels, latinizzato successivamente, fu appunto questa: prima d'allora la produzione cartografica era stata irregolare, locale a livello di produzione ed i pochi atlanti, i cosiddetti "Atlanti Lafreriani" erano costituiti su richiesta raccogliendo carte di alcune zone, ignorando le altre. Ortelius riunì in un unico corpus la produzione cartografica eterogenea del periodo, costituendo la base per un'impresa editoriale di enorme successo, pubblicata dal 1570 al 1612. Copper engraving, mm 360x472, original color, latin text on verso. Ten maps on one plate. Showing Rinia and Dilos, Nicaria, Euboea, Samos, Keos (near Euboea), Rhodus, Chios, Cyprus, Lesbos, Lemnos.From "Parergon", the first ever published historical atlas thought by Ortelius to be an enlargement of his "Theatrum Orbis Terraum" the first modern atlas with maps of the whole world. Broecke, Ortelius Atlas maps, 216

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        De Furtis Tractatus, Novus et Singularis, In Quo Contractationum..

      1600. Frankfurt, 1600,. Frankfurt, 1600, A Scarce Treatise on Theft Bonifacio, Giovanni [1547-1635]. De Furtis Tractatus, Novus et Singularis, In Quo Contractationum, Alienarumque Rerum Occupationum Materia Universa Diligenter Examinatur, Complures Leges Venetae Commemorantur, Quidque in Praxi Observandum sit Demonstratur: Iudicibus, Advocatis, Atque Adeo Omnibus Legum Studiosis Utilissimus & Iucundissimus, Quorum Usui Textum ab Allegationibus, Characterum Diversitate Distinximus. Frankfurt: Typis Apud Ioannem Saurium, Impensis Nicolai Bassaei, 1600. [viii], 550, [48] pp. Octavo (6-1/4" x 3-3/4"). Contemporary vellum with lapped edges, edges of text block colored green, early hand-lettered title to spine. Light soiling and a few minor stains, later armorial bookplate (of Alexander Grant) to verso of title page. Woodcut title-page device, head-piece and tail-piece. Light toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, small contemporary owner signature to front free paper. A handsome copy of a scarce title. $1,250. * Second edition. This treatise on theft in Roman and civil law, a topic that includes rape, adultery, fraud and piracy, was first published in 1599. Its third and final edition was published in 1646. The author was a Venetian, but his text was aimed at a pan-European audience. All editions of this work are scarce. OCLC locates 1 copy of this title in North America at the Library of Congress, which has a copy of the third edition. Our copy belonged to Alexander Grant, a military officer from the distinguished Scottish family who served in the Scots Parliament and the first five Parliaments of Great Britain. Verzeichnis der im Deutschen Sprachraum Erschienenen Drucke des 16. Jahrhunderts B6613.

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        Geographisch Handtbuch. [bound with] America oder wie mans zu teutsch nennet die Neuwe Welt.

      1600 [and] 1605., Cologne [and] Oberursel, 1600 - The first world atlas published in German, bound with Acosta's seminal work on Latin America Two works bound in one volume. Quarto (280 by 180mm). Gothic type, title, list of maps, dedication, 82 double-page engraved maps, with text to verso, [bound with], title with woodcut printer's device, 20 fine full-sheet engraved maps (text on versos), P2v with two small marginal woodcut diagrams, decorative woodcut initials and headpieces, text evenly age-toned, contemporary German blind stamped pig skin, with coat-of-arms of the Dukes of Wurttemberg, corners bumped. A fine example of Matthias Quad's geographical work here bound with the rare first complete German edition of Joseph de Acosta's classic study of the New World. Matthias Quad's 'Geographisch Handtbuch.', published in 1600, is the first world atlas published in German. It was largely an expansion of his earlier 'Europae totius orbis terrarum' of 1592. The most prominent additions are the five maps covering the New World, which Quad based on the works of de Jode, Mercator, and Ortelius. The map of the Straits of Magellan is taken from Wytfliet's 'Descriptionis Ptolemaicae augmentum' of 1597. Acosta's work was first published in 1590 in Seville as 'Historia natural y moral de las Indias', and has long been recognized as the first intellectually rigorous survey of Latin America. The text covers geography, metallurgy, natural history, and the laws, customs and history of the Inca and Aztec peoples, all based on Acosta's personal observation during nearly two decades in Peru and Mexico. Acosta "provided great detail in his descriptions of sailing directions, mineral wealth, trading commodities, Indian history, etc. Consequently his work operated more strongly than any other in opening the eyes of the rest of Europe to the great wealth that Spain was drawing from America" (Thomas Streeter on the 1604 English translation; his sale 1:32). The Jesuit missionary's treatise also includes significant biographical details about Cortes and Pizarro. Acosta's text is here augmented by Johannes Matalius Metellus's re-engravings of the eighteen New World maps from 'Wytfliet's Descriptionis Ptolemaicae augmentum'. These were first published in Cologne in 1598 in 'Geographische und historische Beschreibung der uberauss grossen Landschafft America', an unattributed translation of 'Acosta's De natura Novi Orbis' (Salamanca, 1588); Burden notes that "all issues [of Metellus's maps] are extremely rare." The two maps not taken from Wytfliet are the world after Lambert Andreas and the Pacific Ocean, which is "derived from the Abraham Ortelius Maris Pacifici of 1589 and is only the second printed map devoted to the Pacific" (Burden). The Metellus-Wytfliet maps are undoubtedly an integral part of this 1605 edition. Some doubt on this point was introduced because the JCB copy lacks the maps, and Eames, when cataloguing a New York Public copy, suggested that because of their absence in the Brown copy, the maps in the NYPL copy had been supplied from the 1598 'Geographische und historische Beschreibung'. However the copies of the 1605 Oberursel Acosta at the Newberry Library, the University of Illinois, the Rare Book Division of the New York Public Library, and the Berlin Staatsbibliothek all contain the maps. The last appearance of the two works bound together occurred at Sotheby's on June 24th, 1968, also bound in German pigskin, and made $2,040. Paul Baginsky, German Works relating to America 1492-1800 (New York, 1942) 124; J.C. Brown II, p.29; Burden 115-122; Jose Toribio Medina, Biblioteca Hispano-America (Santiago de Chile, 1898-1907) A330; Peter H. Meurer, Atlantes Colonienses (Bad Neustadt: Pfaehler, 1988) ACO2; Palau 1995n; Sabin 130; Shirley, World 190; Celebrated Collection Of Americana Formed By The Late Thomas Winthrop Streeter, (New York: Parke-Bernet Galleries, 1966).

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        Cyprus, insula laeta choris, blandorum et mater amorum/Insular. Aliquot Aegaei Maris Antiqua Descrip. Ex conatibus geographicis Abrahami Ortelij Antverpiani

      Antwerp 1600 - Incisione in rame, mm 360x472, colore originale d'epoca, testo latino al verso.Decorativa carta storica di Cipro contornata da nove piccole mappe delle isole greche (Eubea al centro, Dilos e Rinia, Chios, Ikaria, Rodi ( a sin.) e Samo, Kos, Lesbos, Lemnos (a destra). Tratta dal "Parergon" che Ortelio pubblicÚ come integrazione del "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" il primo atlante moderno, comprendente carte di tutte le zone del mondo; la geniale intuizione di Ortels, latinizzato successivamente, fu appunto questa: prima d'allora la produzione cartografica era stata irregolare, locale a livello di produzione ed i pochi atlanti, i cosiddetti "Atlanti Lafreriani" erano costituiti su richiesta raccogliendo carte di alcune zone, ignorando le altre. Ortelius riunÏ in un unico corpus la produzione cartografica eterogenea del periodo, costituendo la base per un'impresa editoriale di enorme successo, pubblicata dal 1570 al 1612. Copper engraving, mm 360x472, original color, latin text on verso. Ten maps on one plate. Showing Rinia and Dilos, Nicaria, Euboea, Samos, Keos (near Euboea), Rhodus, Chios, Cyprus, Lesbos, Lemnos.From "Parergon", the first ever published historical atlas thought by Ortelius to be an enlargement of his "Theatrum Orbis Terraum" the first modern atlas with maps of the whole world. Broecke, Ortelius Atlas maps, 216 cartografia.

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        Les Monts Pyrenées, ou sont remarqués les Passages de France en Espagne.Paris, Hubert Jaillot, 1719. Engraved map on 2 assembled sheets (54.5 x 88 cm). With title in decorated cartouche (signed F.C.) in upper right corner and scalebars in decorated cartouche in the lower left corner. Coloured in outline.

      Pastoureau, Jail. II C map 166. Large map of the Pyrenees, a mountain range on the border between France and Spain, after Nicolas Sanson (1600-1675). Apparently printed from the original plates, differing from the map issued in Mortier's "Jaillot-Atlas".Very good copy, slightly browned.

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        Corpus Iuris Civilis Prudentum Responsa Causarumque rescripta complectens. In quatuor Tomos distributum. Adiectae sunt praeter Accursij glossas clarissimorum Iurisconsultorum Goveani, Conani, Duareni, Cuiacii & Hottomani aliorumque eximie obseruationes. Item, veteres - renovata quae vocantur Longobardorum leges, una cum commentariis

      Gabriel Carterius, sumpt. Ioannae Furnerianae, 1600. 4 voll. (di cui l'ultimo, il "Parvum Volumen", è suddiviso in varie parti) in-4° (260x195mm), pp. (32), colonne 2160 [la numerazione è per colonne anziché per pagine]; coll. 3068; pp. (16), coll. 2210, pp. (20); (16), 1012, (2); (8), 488; pp. (254) di "Promptuarium Universi Iuris Civilis" ossia di indice generale su tre colonne; pp. (8), coll. 364, pp. (10) di "Veteres-Renovatae Longobardorum Leges". Legature settecentesche in p. pergamena rigida con titolo calligrafato in antico su dorsi a tre nervi rilevati. Frontespizi autonomi per le varie parti, con titolo in rosso e nero entro sontuosa bordura architettonica figurata incisa in xilografia. Testo in rosso e nero su due colonne, fregi tipografici in xilografia. Differente impresa tipografica all'ultima parte dell'ultimo volume, con un leone rampante e il motto entro cartiglio "De Forti Dulcedo". Strappo restaurato alle coll. 1595-1598 del primo vol., gora alle coll. 1983-1986 dello stesso vol. Piccoli lavori di tarlo, fioriture ed aloni sparsi di lieve entità, mancanza all'angolo inferiore esterno dell'ultima c. del secondo vol., qualche restauro alle legature. Antiche firme di possesso. Ex-libris. Bell'esemplare. Cinquecentina lionese (con le parti risultanti impresse in varie date) del "Corpus Iuris Civilis" giustinianeo, la massima codificazione del diritto romano, di capitale importanza nella storia della cultura giuridica occidentale, qui ampliato della sezione concernente il diritto presso i Longobardi. Cfr. Adams, C-2675. Stintzing, I, 206 e sgg. Manca a STC French Books. Latino

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        Kinderszenen. Zwei Original Fotografien; Silbergelatine-Abzüge; Vintage prints (1927) Bildformat: 14,0 x 15,0 und 16,0 x 19,0 cm. Auf genarbten Passepartout-Karton mit geprägtem Rand montiert. Im Rahmen der Zeit. - Auf dem Passepartout Karton jeweils signiert und datiert. Fotografien infolge der Montage etwas wellig; schön erhalten. Die beiden Abzüge mit der Anmutung von Edeldrucken. - Siehe die ABBILDUNGEN

      - Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1600

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        Geschichte der bildenden Kunst in Österreich Band 4 Barock [Gebundene Ausgabe] Hellmut Lorenz (Herausgeber, Mitarbeiter), Sibylle Appuhn-Radtke (Mitarbeiter), Karl Möseneder (Mitarbeiter) Der vierte B

      Der vierte Band der österreichischen Kunstgeschichte ist der Epoche des Barock gewidmet und bietet eine sorgfältige Auswahl aus dem reichen Kunstschaffen, das sich in Österreich im Zeitraum zwischen etwa 1600 und 1780/90 entfaltet hat. Dabei sind stets auch die Beziehungen zur Kunst der benachbarten Regionen berücksichtigt, so dass die Barockkunst Österreichs als integraler Bestandteil der überregionalen Kunstlandschaft Mitteleuropa verständlich werden kann. Einleitende Abschnitte behandeln das Gesamtbild der Epoche, die Vielfalt der Kunstproduktion in Österreich und ihre historischen Rahmenbedingungen sowie das für den Barock so charakteristische Phänomen des Zusammenklanges der einzelnen Künste im Bestreben nach einer übergreifenden Einheit. Konzentrierte Überblicksdarstellungen der einzelnen künstlerischen Medien erläutern den entwicklungsgeschichtlichen Zusammenhang, die Kurzmonographien der über 340 ausgewählten Objekte sind der spezifischen Eigenart der Kunstwerke gewidmet. Das Team der Autoren international anerkannte Kunsthistoriker/innen hat die Texte in enger Zusammenarbeit aufeinander abgestimmt, so dass sich ein dichtes Gesamtbild der Bildenden Künste des Barock in Österreich und ihrer wechselseitigen Verflechtung ergibt, das dem aktuellsten Stand der Forschung entspricht. Eine Auswahl der bedeutendsten Kunstwerke findet sich in vorzüglichen Farbreproduktionen im Tafelteil, so dass der vorliegende Band die Qualität und Vielfalt der vielleicht fruchtbarsten Epoche der Kunst in Österreich auch optisch eindrucksvoll vermitteln kann. Für alle Interessierten, die mehr wollen als einen Kurzführer fürs jeweilige Bauwerk bzw. Kunstwerk, für Kunstkenner und mit einiger Mühe auch für Laien eine große Bereicherung Co-Autor Sibylle Appuhn-Radtke, Hellmut Lorenz, Karl Möseneder Zusatzinfo 540 Abb., davon ca. 120 farb. Sprache deutsch Maße 265 x 195 mm Gewicht 2845 g Einbandart Leinen im Schuber Themenwelt Kunst Musik Theater Malerei Plastik Barock Künstler Österreich Kunst ISBN-10 3-7913-2050-5 / 3791320505 ISBN-13 978-3-7913-2050-2 / 9783791320502 Geschichte der bildenden Kunst in Österreich Band 4 Barock [Gebundene Ausgabe] Hellmut Lorenz (Herausgeber, Mitarbeiter), Sibylle Appuhn-Radtke (Mitarbeiter), Karl Möseneder (Mitarbeiter) Geschichte der bildenden Kunst in Österreich, 6 Bde., Bd.4, Barock [Gebundene Ausgabe] Hellmut Lorenz (Herausgeber, Mitarbeiter), Sibylle Appuhn-Radtke (Mitarbeiter), Karl Möseneder (Mitarbeiter)

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        Compendium of Forest Law in Tudor English

      The original owner's tastes and anxieties are evident from the contents: there are sections discussing noble entertainments such as "hawkinge and huntinge in the forrest" (fol. 22 and 30) and hunting methods (fol. 42), including the use of "Dogges ... in the forrest" (fol. 19 and 23), and the taking of hare and certain birds by "royal hawkes" (fol. 21). There are also the concerns of the landowner in "common [rights to wood and hunting] in the forrest" (fol. 46), and lists of practical animal keeping, such as the "beastes and fowles" one can keep in a warren (hare, coneys [rabbits], pheasant and partridge) (fol. 21). A few entries even hint he may have held high social status: the "Earles del [the earl's part, of the] forrest" (fol. 6), and practical sections on the employment of officials: "fforesters", "bedell of the forrest", "woodwardes" and "steward of the forrest" (fol. 55). Whether for the noble pursuit of hunting game, or for more mundane practices such as fattening pigs on fallen acorns, the forest played a central part in the economy of medieval England. Thus from the Norman period onwards, a wide and complex body of rights and legislation built up around it. Those who owned estates needed to know their rights, and thus compilations such as these, often as here with easy reference tools such as subject indices at their front, were produced for elites. This text is entirely secular and noble in subject; written almost entirely in Tudor English with short Latin quotes, and contains a condensed form of legal knowledge on this subject drawn from half a millennium of English history. The language it is set in suggests it was produced at the behest of a secular landowner, rather than an ecclesiastic, legal professional, or other who may have been expected to read Latin. The result is a fine patchwork of legal snippets from law codes, charters and court rulings, drawing its history from the eleventh century onwards - the last words on the back pastedown are careful to draw the differences between the populations of Britain at that time: "Saxons" (i.e. the Anglo-Saxons who appeared in the fifth century and ruled until 1066), "Romans" (i.e. the Britons who ruled before the Anglo-Saxons and were subsequently pushed to the fringes of the British Isles) and the "Normans", also commenting there on the legal precedence of the grand Norman inventory of English lands and goods known as the Domesday Book here the "booke of domesdaye", also called "the Roull of wynchester").

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        De Gutta Podagrica Chiragrica et Arthritica. Libri Duo . in quibus natura earum, & curatio, miro ordine discutitur, & enucleatur. Et medicamenta non vulgaria, magnaeque vis, et efficatiae praestantissimae, et que a nullo unquam antea fortasse excogitata, proponuntur.

      Societatis Aspirantium cura, 1600., Verona, - Two parts in 1. Small 4to. [xxiv], 118, [1] pp. Printer�s woodcut device [5 snakes over landscape], woodcut initials and tailpiece [rear], errata & colophon; old ink marginalia p.36, underlining pp. 97-99. Original vellum; lacks ties. Ownership inscription on title: Hugo De Salins Belnensis Doct. Med. [d.1659],* and another signature, obscured. Bookplate of Ch�teau de Montrevost [Cuisery, France]. EARLY SEVENTEENTH CENTURY WORK ON GOUT & RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS: : HUGUES DE SALINS� COPY. First edition of this rare work on the nature, cause and treatment of rheumatoid arthritis and gout. The status of gout in the late sixteenth century was such that gout was said by Turberville to be found in �horses, capons, and falcons.� (p. 64). John Gerard�s Herball, 1597, stated that Gout-wort, or Herba Gerardi, was a native herb that could be used with some benefit, supported further by Culpeper. According to Copeman, Thomas Sydenham (1624-1689), suffered from gout and wrote the classic description of the disease, and was the first to be able to differentiate between rheumatoid arthritis and gout. The present work was written decades earlier. Francesco India cites Galen (Chap. 1), Ambroise Par� (Chap. 12) and Jean Fernel (Chapters 5, 7, 8). India makes two 15-page tables of causes which he uses to organize his data. � PROVENANCE: Hugues de Salins: The British Library catalogue lists a �Hugues de Salins; see: Jean Baptiste de Salins, D�fense du vin de Bourgogne, 1704.� This may be a descendent. See: Soci�t� d�Histoire, d�Arch�ologie et de Litt�rature de l�arrondissement de Beaune, M�moires, ann�e, 1890, Volumes 15-16, Beaune, 1891, pp. 75, 177. Mentions the wife of Hugues de Salins as buried in 1626, and Hugues de Salins buried in 1659. � Francisci Indiae, an Italian philosopher and physician, who is little known, wrote the present work and two others: Hygiphylus: sive de febre maligna dialogus, 1593. Hygiophilvs Tertivs Vel De Symptomatvm Febri Malignae Svper, 1599. [*See: Fr�d�ric Paulhan, Catalogue des legs Gide & Teissier-Rolland, 1892, p. 212. Showing a copy of Strabo�s Strabonis rerum geographicarum libri XVII, [1571], with the same provenance inscription is this book. This inscription must date prior to 1892.] � Copeman, W.S.C., A Short History of the Gout and the Rheumatics Diseases, pp. 53, 64. Locations: British Library; Edinburgh University; Middle Temple Library; Wellcome Library. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Ven Ioannes Palafox Episcopus Angelopolitan et Postea

      A lively portrait of Bishop Juan de Palafox y Mendoza (1600 - 1659), amongst the most influential figures of Mexico in the 17th century; the painting is signed "Franco", possibly Ignacio Franco, active in Queretaro in the 18th century. Palafox was a natural son to Jaime Palafox, Marquis of Ariza, he studied at the University of Alcala de Henares and Salamanca; in 1639 he is appointed Bishop of Tlaxcala (Puebla de los Angeles), where his efforts on protecting the native population, including his prohibition of converting the natives by the use of force, gained fame and love. In 1642, by command of the King, Palafox deposed Viceroy Diego Lopez de Pacheco Cabrera, himself becoming interim Viceroy during the same year; although a brief period of time, he supported the appointment of creoles to public office, tried to reduce taxes to promote the economy, and favored commerce. Undisputable men of letters, Palafox founded the Schools of Saint Peter and Saint Paul, giving to the later a magnificent library, today called the Palafoxiana. The portrait here presented is after a composition by Franz Regis Goetz: Palafox is surrounded by allegories and emblems, a subject not uncommon under the reign of Charles III of Spain (for example those portraits by Miguel Cabrera and Juan Patricio Morlete), when the beatification of Palafox was under course, promoted by Fray Alejandro de la Concepcion. The iconography of this portrait, as well as others, is closely associated with the Convents of the Discalced Carmelites, who supported the cause for beatification. Palafox is depicted in a medallion portrait, surrounded by a series of emblems and allegorical images, amongst them: to the top left a women with open arms under the Sun and the Holy Ghost -in the form of a pigeon-, the chest with the portraits of Saint John Evangelist and Saint John the Baptist, then follows a personification of the Church with a legend allusive to the construction of the Cathedral of Puebla de los Angeles, then a personification of the Faith, Prudence, and later Santa Teresa de Avila. The medallion is set on top of an open book entitled Anotationes in Epistolas Seraphicae Virgo Santa There[siae].

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        Gesamtansicht, "Oldenbvrg".

      - Holzschnitt v. Hammelmann, um 1600, 16 x 27,8 Selten. Nicht bei Fauser. Eine der ältesten gedruckten Ansichten der Stadt Oldenburg.

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        De Gutta Podagrica Chiragrica et Arthritica. Libri Duo ... in quibus natura earum, & curatio, miro ordine discutitur, & enucleatur. Et medicamenta non vulgaria, magnaeque vis, et efficatiae praestantissimae, et que a nullo unquam antea fortasse excogitata, proponuntur.

      Verona,: Societatis Aspirantium cura, 1600.. Two parts in 1. Small 4to. [xxiv], 118, [1] pp. Printer�s woodcut device [5 snakes over landscape], woodcut initials and tailpiece [rear], errata & colophon; old ink marginalia p.36, underlining pp. 97-99. Original vellum; lacks ties. Ownership inscription on title: Hugo De Salins Belnensis Doct. Med. [d.1659],* and another signature, obscured. Bookplate of Ch�teau de Montrevost [Cuisery, France]. EARLY SEVENTEENTH CENTURY WORK ON GOUT & RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS: : HUGUES DE SALINS� COPY. First edition of this rare work on the nature, cause and treatment of rheumatoid arthritis and gout. The status of gout in the late sixteenth century was such that gout was said by Turberville to be found in �horses, capons, and falcons.� (p. 64). John Gerard�s Herball, 1597, stated that Gout-wort, or Herba Gerardi, was a native herb that could be used with some benefit, supported further by Culpeper. According to Copeman, Thomas Sydenham (1624-1689), suffered from gout and wrote the classic description of the disease, and was the first to be able to differentiate between rheumatoid arthritis and gout. The present work was written decades earlier. Francesco India cites Galen (Chap. 1), Ambroise Par� (Chap. 12) and Jean Fernel (Chapters 5, 7, 8). India makes two 15-page tables of causes which he uses to organize his data. � PROVENANCE: Hugues de Salins: The British Library catalogue lists a �Hugues de Salins; see: Jean Baptiste de Salins, D�fense du vin de Bourgogne, 1704.� This may be a descendent. See: Soci�t� d�Histoire, d�Arch�ologie et de Litt�rature de l�arrondissement de Beaune, M�moires, ann�e, 1890, Volumes 15-16, Beaune, 1891, pp. 75, 177. Mentions the wife of Hugues de Salins as buried in 1626, and Hugues de Salins buried in 1659. � Francisci Indiae, an Italian philosopher and physician, who is little known, wrote the present work and two others: Hygiphylus: sive de febre maligna dialogus, 1593. Hygiophilvs Tertivs Vel De Symptomatvm Febri Malignae Svper, 1599. [*See: Fr�d�ric Paulhan, Catalogue des legs Gide & Teissier-Rolland, 1892, p. 212. Showing a copy of Strabo�s Strabonis rerum geographicarum libri XVII, [1571], with the same provenance inscription is this book. This inscription must date prior to 1892.] � Copeman, W.S.C., A Short History of the Gout and the Rheumatics Diseases, pp. 53, 64. Locations: British Library; Edinburgh University; Middle Temple Library; Wellcome Library.

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        Bibliotheca Belgica, bibliographie générale des Pays-Bas.Bruxelles, 1964-1975. 7 volumes (including index vol.). Large 4to (28 x 21 cm). With numerous black and white illustrations. Uniform red cloth.

      Complete set of the revised edition of the Bibliotheca Belgica : a comprehensive bibliography of books printed in, or relating to, Belgium. It includes all books printed in Belgium up to 1600, and major publications up to 1800, classified in alphabetical order. The Belgian librarian Van der Haeghen (1830-1913) started the project in 1879.Bindings slightly rubbed along the extremities and slightly worn along the hinges, otherwise in very good condition.

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        Centuria o Historia de los famosos hechos el gran Conde de Barcelona don Bernardo Barcino, y de don Zinofre su hijo, y otros Cavalleros dela provincia de Cathaluña. Sacada a luz por el Reverendo Padre.

      Sebastian de Cormallas,, Barcelona: 1600 - 22 hojas, 213 folios, 7 hojas. Pergamino original con el lomo rotulado. La portada tiene una restauración antigua en el margen superior y está manchada y desgastada, en el folio 83 hay una restauración marginal que no afecta. Los últimos diez folios tienen una mancha ténue en el centro. Puntos de óxido ocasionales y alguna manchita menor. Palau 24138 y 24139, 307175. Salvá 1531. Ejemplar de la biblioteca de Joan Lluís Gili, con su ex-libris. La obra de Barellas escrita como una historia de Cataluña es en realidad uno de los últimos de los libros de caballerias publicados en España. En 1776 Pedro Angel Tarazona lo publicó de buena fe con el título de Semanario curioso, histórico, erudito, comercial, publico y económico; El Blason de Cataluña.

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        Les Monts Pyrenées, ou sont remarqués les Passages de France en Espagne.Paris, Hubert Jaillot, 1719. Engraved map on 2 assembled sheets (54.5 x 88 cm). With title in decorated cartouche (signed F.C.) in upper right corner and scalebars in decorated cartouche in the lower left corner. Coloured in outline.

      Pastoureau, Jail. II C map 166. Large map of the Pyrenees, a mountain range on the border between France and Spain, after Nicolas Sanson (1600-1675). Apparently printed from the original plates, differing from the map issued in Mortier's "Jaillot-Atlas".Very good copy, slightly browned.

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        Bibliotheca Belgica, bibliographie générale des Pays-Bas.Bruxelles, 1964-1975. 7 volumes (including index vol.). Large 4to (28 x 21 cm). With numerous black and white illustrations. Uniform red cloth.

      Complete set of the revised edition of the Bibliotheca Belgica: a comprehensive bibliography of books printed in, or relating to, Belgium. It includes all books printed in Belgium up to 1600, and major publications up to 1800, classified in alphabetical order. The Belgian librarian Van der Haeghen (1830-1913) started the project in 1879.Bindings slightly rubbed along the extremities and slightly worn along the hinges, otherwise in very good condition.

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        Adoration of the Magi / Adorazione dei Magi (Oil on Canvas, circa 1600)

      Venetia (Venice), 1600 This is an original painting from the end of the XVIth or the beginning of the XVIIth Century (circa 1600). Oil on Canvas. Unsigned, but this style is from the Venetian School. The painting is in very good condition considering its age, more than 400 years old. The size of the painting is 61cm x 81cm.

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        Der Achte Teil aller Schriften

      Martin Luther, Der Achte Teil aller Schriften, Jena 1600, Tobiam Steinman Original cream blind stamped full leather over wooden boards, five raised bands, one claps missing. Complete and in very good clean condition. Book size 33cm X 22cm. Text in German.

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        Histoire d?un voyage fait en la terre du Bresil, dite Amerique, contenant la navigation et choses remarquables, veues sur mer par l'Auteur. Le comportement de Villegagnon en ce pais la. Les moeurs et facons de viure estranges des Sauvages Bresilians: avec un colloque de leur langage. Ensemble la description de plusieurs Animaux, Poissons diformes, Arbres, Herbes, Fruicks, Racines, et autres c

      Quatrieme edition, Dediee a Madame la Princesse d'Orange. Pour les Heritiers d'Eustache Vignon. [Geneve]. 1600. Small 8vo. a2-c3, 478, (16)pp, errata. 9 woodcut plates, one of which is the folding Indian Battle, one duplicated plate. (Plates p.121, folding p.238/9, p.241, p.248, p.259 (duplicate of 241), p.299, p.312, p.364, p.382.) Engraved headpieces and tailpieces. Musical notation within the text (Eduardo Prado considered this the first Brazilian musical document in existence). Later vellum with new endpapers. Yapped foredge. Woodcut bookstamp laurel wreath crest with initials AIC on title. Slight foxing and toning throughout. A few marginal stains and a couple of closed tears. Repaired paper fault to margin 65/66. Jean de Léry (1536?1613) explorer, writer and Calvinist. He trained for the ministry in Geneva where this volume was published. In 1556, aged 20, he embarked upon the first Protestant Mission to the New World. This is still regarded as the most significant early work on Brazil. Léry's descriptions of the Tupi are so detailed that anthropologist Claude Lévy-Strauss later referred to the Histoire d'un voyage as "the breviary of the ethnographer." It also served as a source for sixteenth-century essayist Michel de Montaigne's famed "Des cannibales." Rodrigues 1397. Borba de Moraes 472. Sabin 40152.

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        Duodecim specula ...Antwerp, “Theodore Galle” [= Jan Galle], [ca. 1675? (engraved by Theodore Galle 1610)]. [1], XII ll. World Cat (1 copy). With: 2) [VOS, Maerten de, artist]. Speculum vitae humanae per decem aetatis gradus distinctum.[Antwerp], Jan Galle, [ca. 1675 (engraved by Gerard de Jode ca. 1590)]. 10 ll. Hollstein XLIV, M. de Vos 1468-1477, 3rd ed. 3) [VIRGIN MARY & JESUS - LIFE]. Praecipua vitae Jesu et Mariae ... [with Jesuit IHS device and motto, "Acta et mysteria" at head of title-page]. Antwerp, Jan Galle, [ca. 1675? (engraved by Karel & Philip de Mallery ca. 1630?)]. 44 ll. Not in Holstein; WorldCat. 4) LEEUW, Siardo de (artist?). Elogia ab excellentibus virtutibus ... B. Virgini ...Antwerp, Jan Galle, [ca. 1675? (engraved by Karel de Mallery ca. 1630?)]. 40 ll. WorldCat (3 copies). 5) [VIRGIN MARY - LIFE]. Virginis Mariae vita.Antwerp, Theodor Galle, [ca. 1610?]. [18] ll. WorldCat (1 copy). 6) [VIRGIN MARY - LIFE & CHRIST - PASSION & RESSURECTION]. Psalterii B. Mariae Virginis aut rosarii inventor, ...[Antwerp], Jan Galle, [ca. 1675]. ll. A-Q. not in Hollstein; WorldCat. 7) [HENSBERG, Vincent L.]. Miracula et beneficia SS. rosario Virginis Matris devotis ...Antwerp, Jan Galle, [ca. 1675 (engraved 1610)]. [1], 15 ll. WorldCat (1 copy). 8) [PORTRAITS - 4 CHURCH FATHERS]. [Each print with its own title:] S. Hieronymus ... S. Ambrosius ... S. Augustinus ... S. Gregorius.Antwerp, Jan Galle (engraved by Jan Collaert, ca. 1625?), [ca. 1675?]. 4 ll. Not in Hollstein; WorldCat. 9) [VIRGIN MARY]. S. Maria protectrix Carthusianorum.Antwerp, Gaspar Hubert [engraver's name erased: F[?] Ila[?] del[?] et fec], [ca. 1690?]. [15] ll. Not in Hollstein; WorldCat. 10) [CHRIST - 7 SHEDDINGS OF BLOOD]. Typus 7 effusionum sanguinis Christi[Antwerp], Jan Galle, [ca. 1675?]. [1], 7 ll. [but most numbers erased]. Not in Hollstein; WorldCat. 11) [CHRIST - PASSION & RESURRECTION]. Passio et resurrectio, domini nostri Jesu ChristiAntwerp, Jan Galle, [ca. 1675 (engraved by Theodore Galle?, 1605)]. 22 ll. WorldCat (1 copy?); not in Hollstein. 12) [CHRIST & APOSTLES]. IHS.[Antwerp?, Joannes Galle?], [ca. 1675?, (engraved by Filibert Bouttats the younger, Théodore van Merlen and Gaspar Huybrechtsz.]. [17] ll. Not in Hollstein; WorldCat. 13) AVONT, Pieter van, artist. [Life of Christ].[Antwerp?], Jan Huybrechtsz., [ca. 1675]. [8] ll. Not in Hollstein; WorldCat. 14) [RELIGIOUS LESSONS]. [incipit:] De kercke vanden levenden godt de welcke is de pilaert ...[Antwerp], (engraved by Michiel vander Gucht), [ca. 1680?]. [14] ll. Not in Hollstein; WorldCat.14 engraved print series. 4to. 18th-century vellum.

      14 extremely rare 17th-century religious print series, several not found in the literature and possibly unique. Some are emblematic and some Jesuit, and most were published by Jan Galle II (1600-1676). Generally in very good condition.Detailed description on request.

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        Les observations de plusieurs singularitez et choses memorables, trouvées en Grece, Asie, Judée, Egypte, Arabie et autres pays estranges.Paris, Guillaume Cavellat (colophon: printed by Benoist Prévost for Gilles Corozet, Guillaume Cavellat), 1555. 3 parts in 1 volume. 4to. With title in woodcut border with Cavellet's device and initials at the foot, each part-title with Cavellet's woodcut device, 1 folding woodcut map (31.5 x 35 cm) showing Mount Sinai, 44 woodcuts in the text (including a portrait of the author by Geoffroy Tory), and numerous fine decorated initials. Overlapping vellum (ca. 1600?).

      - Adams B-564; Ibrahim-Hilmy, p. 61; Nissen, ZBI 304; Tobler, pp. 72-73; USTC 6761; cf. Atabey 93 (2nd edition); Blackmer 115 (same copy); Hage Chahine 393 (later ed.); for the author: Dictionnaire des orientalistes, pp. 75-76. Third edition of Belon's Observations, the fruit of his extensive travels in Greece, Turkey, Egypt, Palestine, Lebanon and Syria from 1546 to 1549. Piere Belon (ca. 1518-1564), famous for his works on ornithology, was attached as naturalist to the French embassy to the Ottoman Empire, aimed at convincing Suleiman the Magnificent to join forces against Charles V. Unlike many contemporary travel writers, Belon does not elaborate on extraordinary travel adventures, but rather limits himself to detailed observations on mammals, fish, snakes, birds, plants and the manners and customs of the peoples he encountered, only commenting on what he had witnessed himself.With printed description from a sale catalogue on pastedown, slightly browned, some light waterstains, folding plate mounted. Binding slightly soiled, turn-ins partly detached from boards, spine damaged at the foot, boards slightly bowed. Overall in very good condition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Antiquae Urbis Perfecta et Nova Delineatio

      Roma 1600 - Pianta a volo d'uccello di Roma antica. Anonima, è disegnata nello stile della pianta di Ambrogio Brambilla, Antiquae Urbis perfecta imago, edita da Van Aelst intorno al 1580. Oriente in alto. Rubrica di 90 numeri in basso. Incisione su rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Opera molto rara Anonymous bird's-eye view of ancient Rome in the style of Brambilla's view of about 1580. At the bottom is a table with 90 names, keyed to sites on the view. Relief conveyed pictorially. Oriented with east at top. Very Rare. Hülsen, 41; Scaccia Scarafoni, C. Piante di Roma, 24 Dimensioni 524 400mm

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        Dominio Veneto nell'Italia

      Bologna 1600 - ESEMPLARE IN COLORITURA COEVA. Carta geografica tratta da "L'Italia" a cura di Fabio Magini, edito a Bologna tra il 1620 ed il 1640. La carta dello Stato veneto in generale rappresenta l’insieme delle nozioni raccolte per tutte le altre tredici carte dei territori che componevano lo stato, ad eccezione del territorio di Trento. Dal punto di vista del riliievo cartografico, l'opera presenta diverse analogie con quella realizzata dal Mercator nel 1589. Le carte del Magini in coloritura coeva sono assolutamente rarissime. Dimensioni 495 315mm

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        Catalogus plantarum Horti Academici Lugduno-Batavi. Cui accedit index plantarum indigenarum, quae prope Lugdunum in Batavis nascuntur. Das ist: Verzeichnüß der jenigen Gewächsen, so sich im Universitäts-Garten zu Leyden in Holland befinden : Beyneben einem Register der einländischen Gewächsen, so nahe umb Leyden in Wiesen, Feldern und Wäldern wachsen. Eichstätt, Urban Schrötter, printed by Franz Strauss, [ca. 1690/95?]. 12mo. In Latin and German (facing pages). Contemporary tanned sheepskin, blind-tooled spine.

      - Bircher, Barock 1600-1720, B14340; KVK & WorldCat (3 copies); VD17, 23:691814K (1, the same, copy); cf. Pritzel 8519. Very rare first and only Schrötter edition, with the text in Latin and German on facing pages, of an alphabetical catalogue of about 1500 plants in the botanical garden of Leiden University, with an appendix listing about 300 plants native to Leiden, first prepared by Florens Schuyl and published in Latin by Johan Elzevier in 1668.Though clearly based on Vorstius’s catalogue, which the Elzeviers had published in 1636, Schuyl’s catalogue expands the list considerably, including for the first time South African plants. It also includes the date palm and some Far Eastern plants. Urban Schrötter, court gardener at the botanical garden of the Prince Bishops of Eichstätt, apparently saw this edition through the press. The present edition appears to be the only work listing Schrötter as publisher, so he may have been more editor than publisher in the normal sense.With an erroneous manuscript attribution to Gottschalk on the title-page and date 1697. In very good condition. The binding is somewhat worn but still good. Very rare Latin and German edition of Schuyl's catalogue of plants at the Leiden University botanical garden.

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        Asia Partivorbis maxima.

      Colonia 1600 - Rara ed affascinante carta dell’Asia. Matthaus Quad era un cartografo tedesco risiedente a Colonia, città che, all’epoca, era il punto nevralgico della cartografia tedesca. Questa carta, presa da dal suo "Fascilus Geographicus", è stata stampata da Johannes Bussemacher. Scarce early map of the Asia from Quad's Atlas Geographische Handbuch, published by Johann Bussemacher. Quad's map is a marvelous amalgam of early cartographic information and mis-inforamtion. The Korean peninsula does not appear. Japan is shaped in a very curious C shape. The Philippines is oddly misconfigured and much of SE Asia is mishaped or conjectural. Rich dark impression and full color, with wide margins. Dimensioni 300 210mm

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