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        Costantinopoli

      1600. Rarissima pianta prospettica di Costantinopoli. Inquadramento su tre lati. Firmata in lastra, in basso al centro. A sinistra, sulla superficie marina, una nota con informazioni di carattere storico, relative anche all'etimologia del toponimo, e chiusa da osservazioni sulla posizione geografica che la rendeva "... quasi ponte e porta onde si passa a tutto l rimanente mondo", e sulla morfologia del territorio che "dal Mare in tre luoghi circondata, è penisola somigliante quasi alla figura triangolare" e chiosa con un paragone con Roma in quanto "quasi agara con Roma, contiene in seno sette colli: fu seggio de l'Imperio de Romani, e perciò come Roma fu anco capo del Mondo". La tavola è incorniciata da una bordura decorativa, e decorata nel mare dalla presenta di numerosi velieri, mentre lungo il margine inferiore, in due blocchi posti ai lati, entro medaglioni sono raffigurati i ritratti di 14 imperatori ottomani. I due blocchi sono raccordati al centro, dalla raffigurazione di un sultano a cavallo, scortato dalle sue guardie. Da notare che nell'ultimo medaglione a destra, il ritratto e il nome di Osman sono tracciati a penna. Sono noti esemplari al Gabinetto delle Stampe degli Uffizi ed al Museo Civico di Modena. Incisione in rame, rifilata al rame con margini coevi aggiunti, strappi restaurati ai margini bianchi e nell'angolo destro superiore dell'incisione. Restauro ricostruttivo nella figura del cavaliere al centro, per il resto in buone condizioni. Siena Siene Van der Heyden p. 123, 22. 510 355

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        Germania regnum totius Europae amplissimum ac florentissimum sedes imperatoria.

      1600 c.. Acquaforte e bulino, circa 1600. Rara carta derivante dalla grande mappa della Germania di Gerard Mercator. Bellissima prova assai contrastata, impressa su carta vergata coeva, con margini, un piccolo restauro alla piega centrale, perfetto stato di conservazione. Florimi, allievo di Antonio Lafrery e Claudio Duchetti, si trasferisce a Siena dove inizia la sua fiorente attività di editore fino al 1612. Per le caratteristiche peculiari delle sue opere e per la loro rarità, queste vengono classificate tra le carte di scuola lafreriana. Molto rara. Etching and engraving, circa 1600. Very good proof, printed on contemporary laid paper, with margins, little restoration at bottom centerfold but extremely good condition. The cartographic informations derived from Gerard Mercator. Florimi, a pupil of Antonio Lafrery & Claudio Duchetti, moved to Siena, where he settled as an editor until 1612. All works by Florimi are rare and can be classified as Lafrery school.

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        GERMANIA, REGNUM TOTIUS EUROPAE AMPLISSIMUM, AC FLORENTISSIMUM, SEDES IMPERATORIA

      1600. Carta geografica della regione edita a Siena verso il 1600 circa e fedele derivazione della carta di Gerard Mercator, pubblicata a Duisburg nel 1590. Sebbene non firmata la carta è attribuita, senza ordine di dubbio, alla bottega di Matteo Florimi. La lastra sembra riconducibile alla mano dell'incisore fiammingo Arnoldo di Arnoldi, che lavorava già per Giovanni Antonio Magini. Il periodo di collaborazione tra il Florimi e l'Arnoldi è riconducibile agli anni 1600 - 1602 e produsse un discreto numero di mappe. In basso a sinistra in una targa dai bordi ornati e sormontata dallo stemma imperiale circondato dalla scritta IMPERIUM SINE FINE DEDI il titolo GERMANIA, REGNUM TOTIUS EUROPAE AMPLISSIMUM, AC FLORENTISSIMUM, SEDES IMPERATORIA. Senis Matthaei Florimj formis. In alto a sinistra la scala grafica in Miliaria Germanica Communia (20 miglia = mm 38). Orientazione nei quattro lati al centro con il nome dei punti cardinali SEPTENTRIO, MERIDIES, ORIENS, OCCIDENS. Graduazione ai margini di 10' in 10' da 45° a 54° 55' lat. da 24° 10' a 44° ( da 22° a 46° 30' lato in alto) long. Acquaforte e bulino, mm 343x468. Non sono note ristampe, tuttavia alcuni esemplari della mappa, di tiratura più tarda, possono essere attribuiti ai torchi dell'editore senese Pietro Petrucci, che acquisì gran parte delle lastre del Florimi. Map of Central Europe with Germany, published in Duisburg in 1590. The map is unsigned, but it is to attribue to Matteo Florimi workshop. The engraving could be attribued to the Flemish engraver Arnoldo di Arnoldi, who had already worked for Giovanni Antonio Magini. The partnership between Florimi and Arnoldi dates back to yeras 1600 - 1602, and together realized a certain number of maps. At bottom left, in a decorated frame surmounted by the imperial coat of arms surrounded by the inscription IMPERIUM SINE FINE DEDI , the title GERMANIA, REGNUM TOTIUS EUROPAE AMPLISSIMUM, AC FLORENTISSIMUM, SEDES IMPERATORIA. Senis Matthaei Florimj formis. Etching and engraving, trimmed to the platemark, good condition. No other editions are known, however, some later examples of the map, can be attributed to the publisher Pietro Petrucci, who acquired most of the Florimi's plates. Siena Siene Boffa (2013): n. 11; Cartografia Rara (1986): n. 58; Meurer (2001): p. 392, n. 7.4.2; Van der Heijden (1993): n. 7. 468 343

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        Obstetrix animorum hoc est brevis et expedita ratio docendi, studendi, conversandi, imitandi, iudicandi, componendi.. Ad iuventutem Galliae, optimarum artium studiis deditam.

      Ambroise Drouart, 1600. In 8vo, pergamena floscia coeva con titolo manoscritto al dorso (lievi mancanze), cc. (8), 175, (1: corrigenda). Marca tipografica al titolo. Il nome dell'autore appare solo nella approbatio a c. a7v. Annotazioni marginali in inchiostro bruno e matita rossa. Lievissima brunitura uniforme, ma ottima copia genuina.RARA PRIMA EDIZIONE di questa poco conosciuta, ma significatica opera di pedagogia del tardo Rinascimento, che precorre molti concetti educativi espressi successivamente da Comenius e Rousseau e contiene interessanti riflessioni sulla teoria della traduzione. Fu ristampata ad Amberg nel 1608 e a Lipsia nel 1693.Il trattato, dedicato alla gioventù di Francia, è diviso in 10 capitoli, in cui si affrontano sistematicamente tutti gli aspetti della pedagogia, dalle istituzioni scolastiche (con un paragrafo De primis fundatoribus et disciplina collegiorum) allo studio della psicologia infantile, dall'eloquenza alla grammatica, dai libri consigliati (Libros convenientes pueris adsignat) all'importanza dell'emulazione e della meditazione, dall'arte della memoria alla disciplina."L'oeuvre pédagogique le plus remarcable de notre Docteur est l'Obstetrix Animorum, fort bien écrit et pien pensée. Ici et là  il évoque Turnèbe et Budé, deux lumières des Gaules, il célèbre la nation française qui l'emporte sur les autres par l'application et la curiosité. Surtout Richer demande que la discipline soit autre chose qu'un simple dressage, que l'éducation suive la nature de l'écolier et découle d'une règle intelligente: 'il faut accoutumer le enfants à  ne jamais prendre la cheure [sic], à  n'être quinteux, ombrageux, ny poinctilleux' (Obstetrix, p. 47). Dans l'ensemble, Richer n'est point un théoricien de la pédagogie, mais un simple practicien qui connait tout au plus les doctrines libérales chères à  Montaigne. Son exemple montre qu'un homme indépendant de son temp échappe malaisément aux errements de l'Université médiévale" (E. Préclin, Edmond Richer, in: "Revue d'histoire moderne et contemporaine", 5/29, 1930, p. 323)."In the subtitle of Obstetrix animorum (1600), Edmond Richer defines his work as "the clear doctrine of instruction, study, conversation, imitation, judgment, and composition", with a generous segment devoted to classroom uses of translation.. In fact, when Richer takes up soon after the subject of translation, he embarks on what appears to be a deliberate rephrasing of his grammatical definition of energeia,.. "All learned men", he begins, "propose in books and treatises on translation, that authors be translated not so much ad verbum as ad sensum and ad mentem, not rendered word - for - word, but express especially according to the thought". As a result, the translation of the thought [sententia explicatio] "depends on emphasis, energeia, distinctiveness [propietas], and the exact meaning of the words, that is to say, on the sense of the Grammar". In this respect, the energeia referred to is located in the Grammar of the target text, those resources of expression summoned by the translator from himself. Certain languages, Richer claims, are furnished with a more accurate Grammar and greater emphasis, a case in point being that of German which "expresses more exactly and meaningfully the mind of authors and explains better the sense". The capacity of a given translator to translate ad sensum and ad mentem is seen as a response to these latent "energies" of the target Grammar. Energeia is thus a force of revelation within that Grammar, translation the operative reach of such force into another grammatical superstructure inhabited, in turn, by its own energeia. Here, however, Richer, like Estienne before him, can not avoid the dilemma imposed by this dual placement of energeia. He acknowledges that there are few translators who have grasped successfully the thought and mind of authors and, consequently, few who have retained their textual emphasis. When once we accept the fact that energeia, along with its analogue, emphasis, refer to the grammatical identity that distinguishes languages from each other and establishes the autonomous conditions under which they make sense, then we must also accept the reality that an energic aggression in behalf of one will be met by an energic resistance by another. Richer's solution to these self - cancelling motions lies in the comparison of translation to an architectural edifice ("velut in aedificiis"). The components of any building, he continues, are selected either from necessity or pleasure of ornamentation, what we might term its structure and texture. By extension, translation too is obliged to consider both necessity and the illuminating features of ornamentation, the former in the guise of grammar and sense, the latter as "the ornaments and lights of speech", the figures of Rhetoric. Richer is suggesting that one cannot postulate the presence of a grammatically authentic sense without postulating, at the same time, its containment and revelation in language. The structure remains immanent in its own expressive texture. This is true of the translative text no less than it is of the source. Because languages embed sense in an articulating medium, then translation must be seen to reduplicate the implantation that first gave life to the source text - it must create a new energeia. The focus of Richer's interest is not only in the autonomy of the two energeias, but on the fulfillment of the source structure in the figurative, textural forms of translation" (G.P. Norton, The Ideology and Language of Translation in Renaissance France and Their Humanist Antecedents, Genève, 1984, pp. 274 - 276)."So ist es erklärlich, dass Richer vor allem Praktiker ist. Er hat trotz aller Gelehrsamkeit nicht die Verbindung mit der Welt verloren. Daher gibt er eingehende Ratschläge für den Umgang mit den Mitmenschen, indem er richtig hervorhebt, dass nicht nur die Lektüre, sondern auch der Verkehr erzieherisch wirkt. Anzuerkennen ist daher sein Hinweis auf die Wichtigkeit guter Vorbilder.. Am meisten ist ihm aber sein ständiges Betonen der sittlichen Erziehung zugutezuhalten. Mittel der sittlichen Einwirkung sind die Erziehung zur Arbeit und Pflichterfüllung. Dass er die sittliche Erziehung höher stellt als das Beibringen von Kenntnissen hebt ihn weit hinaus über so viele Humanisten.. So steht Richer einem Januskopf gleichend, an der Schwelle vom 16. zum 17. Jahrhundert. Er ist noch Humanist und als solcher dem Geist des 16. Jahrhunderts angehörig, aber auch Moderner, der hinsichtlich der naturgemässen Erziehung schon die Theorien eines Ratke, eines Comenius und in nuce eines Rousseau vorwegnimmt" (R. Koppe, Edmund Richer als Pädagog. Eine Darstellung seines Werkes 'Obstetrix animorum', in: "Jahrbuch der philosophischen Fakultät in Würzburg", 19, 1920/21, pp. 84 - 86).Edmond Richer, originario di Chaource, studiò presso il Collège du Cardinal Lemoine e alla Sorbona, dove successivamente svolse l'attività  di dottore in teologia ed amministratore fiduciario (syndic) della Facoltà  di Teologia. Nel 1606 curò un'edizione delle opere di Jean Gerson insieme ad altri scritti antipapali e, nel 1611, dopo che l'anno precedente il Parlamento di Parigi aveva condannato il trattato del cardinale Bellarmino sul potere temporale del papa, si scagliò contro l'assetto giudicato monarchico della Chiesa nell'opera Libellus de Ecclesiastica et Politica Potestate (in francese De la puissance ecclésiastique et politique), suscitando su di sé le ire di Maria de' Medici, reggente di Francia, la quale riuscì a togliergli il posto di amministratore fiduciario. Successivamente fu anche imprigionato e costretto a ritrattare le proprie idee. Nella Historia Conciliorum Generalium Richer si fece poi teorico del Gallicanesimo, spingendosi quasi fino al punto di teorizzare la netta separazione dei poteri tra Stato e Chiesa (cfr. A. Magnaudet - Barthe, Edmond Richer et la réforme de l'Université de Paris, 1594 - 1601, in: "Position des thèses soutenues par les élèves de la promotion de 1983 par le diplà´me d'archiviste paléographe. École Nationale des Chartes", 1983, pp. 143 - 150).L.W.B. Brockliss, French Higher Education in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, (Oxford, 1987), p. 140, R.N. Coe, The idea of 'natural order'in French education, 1600 - 1760, in: "British Journal of Educational Studies", 5/2, 1957, pp. 144 - 158, E. Garberson, Libraries, memory and the space of knowledge, in: "Journal of the History of Collections", 18/2, (2006), pp. 115 - 116, W. J. Ong, Ramus, Method, and the Decay of Dialogue: From the art of Discourse to the Art of Reason, (Chicago, IL, 2004), p. 387, Catalogo unico, ITICCURMLE07623, Cioranesco, 59494.

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        Perusia Augusta

      1600. Acquaforte e bulino, circa 1600, firmata in lastra in basso al centro. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata al rame o con sottili margini, in ottimo stato di conservazione. La lastra è firmata da Raffaello Schiaminossi, celebre incisore di Borgo San Sepolcro il cui monogramma appare in basso al centro. Celebre per la sua tecnica innovativa dell'uso dell'acquaforte con sistema delle coperture. La pianta reca in basso una legenda con 119 richiami. L'opera deriva probabilmente da un'incisione anonima dello stesso periodo raffigurata e descritta nella collezione Novacco. Il Florimi, commerciante di libri e di stampe, fu anche editore. Di origini calabresi. Si stabilì a Siena nel 1581, con un negozio in Banchi. La prima testimonianza della sua attività indipendente si ha nel 1589. Rarissima e ricercata pianta di Perugia. Bibliografia: Fauser 10776. Dimensioni 520x375. Etching and engraving, 1600 circa, signed on lower left plate. Beautiful work, printed on contemporary laid paper, trimmed to platemark or with thin margins, in excellent condition. The plate is signed by Raffaello Schiaminossi, a famous engraver of Borgo San Sepolcro whose monogram can be seen on lower centre. He was famous for his innovatory use of the etching technique, with the covering system. On lower part, the plan bears a legend with 119 items. This works derives from an anonymous engraving, published in the same period, which has been described and listed in the Novacco's collection. Florimi, a bookseller and a print trader, worked also as a publisher. He moved to Siena in 1581, opening a shop in Banchi. The first evidence of his independent activity is dated 1589. Very rare and refined plan of the city of Perugia.Bibliografia: Fauser 10776. Dimensioni 520x375. Siena Siene Fauser 10776; C. de Seta, L'immagine delle città italiane dal XV al XIX secolo, p. 173 n. 77 520 375

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        Isola Spagnuola

      Artist: Ramusio G; Issued in: Venice; date: c 1600 - Artist: Ramusio G.; Issued in: Venice; date: c. 1600; - Condition: Upper left corner replaced; Map shows total Hispaniola with Haiti and the Domincan Republic

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        Lettere amorose scritte in più tempi al suo Amante. Di nuovo reviste, & corrette

      appresso Fabritio Zanetti 1600 8vo (cm. 15), VIII - 80 pp. Legatura antica in vitellino biondo con fregi oro al ds. e ai piatti. Tagli colorati. Una scritta (il cognome di un precedente possessore) impressa in oro al piatto anteriore. Tracce di usura ai margini, alcune pagine con bruniture e frontis. parzialmente staccato, ma, nel complesso, buon esemplare. L’Autore è in realtà Girolamo Parabosco, come indica Adams (I, p. 260 e II, dal n. 248, ma in edizioni precedenti). Raro.

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        EUR: VIII. TAB:

      Artist: Ptolemy Claudius - Mercator Gerard; Issued in: Duisburg; date: 1600 - Artist: Ptolemy Claudius - Mercator Gerard; Issued in: Duisburg; date: 1600; - Condition: Some minor repairs; Map depicts the area of Sarmatia, Russia and the Ukrain with the peninsula Krim and the black sea.Gerardus Mercator (5 March 1512 - 2 December 1594)He was a cartographer, philosopher and mathematician. He is best known for his work in cartography, in particular the world map of 1569 based on a new projection which represented sailing courses of constant bearing as straight lines. He was the first to use the term atlas for a collection of maps.

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        Get Unstuck & Get Going.on the stuff that matters

      Box of Crayons Press, 1600 - Sofortversand! Schönes Exemplar, fast keine Gebrauchsspuren, innen auch sehr gut; very good Immediate delivery in bubble wrap envelope! Good to very good copy, with little signs of previous use, interior in very good condition 160519ao88 ISBN: 9780978440718 Alle Preise inkl. MwST Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 315 16,8 x 15,2 x 2,3 cm, Spiralbindung

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        Geographia Synodica, Sive Regionum, Urbium, et Locorum ubi Celebrata Sunt Concilia.

      Artist: Sanson Nicolas - 1667 Paris; Issued in: Paris; date: 1657 1600 - Artist: Sanson Nicolas, 1600 - 1667, Paris; Issued in: Paris; date: 1657; - Condition: Perfect condition; Decorative map of part of Europe with Great Britain, Spain, France Germany, Italy, Romania, Greece and Bulgaria.The map shows each of the governing synods of the various regions of the Church within the map. A very rare map.Nicolas Sanson (1600Ð1667) was a French cartographer, termed by some the creator of French geography, in which he's been called the father of French cartography.Active from 1627, Sanson issued his first map of importance, the Postes de France, which was published by Melchior Tavernier in 1632. After publishing several general atlases himself he became the associate of Pierre Mariette, a publisher of prints.In 1647 Sanson accused the Jesuit Philippe Labbe of plagiarizing him in his Pharus Galliae Antiquae in 1648 he lost his eldest son Nicolas, killed during the Fronde. Among the friends of his later years was the great CondŽ. He died in Paris on 7 July 1667. Two younger sons, Adrien (d. 1708) and Guillaume (d. 1703), succeeded him as geographers to the king.In 1692 Hubert Jaillot collected Sanson's maps in an Atlas nouveau. See also the 18th century editions of some of Sanson's works on Delamarche under the titles of Atlas de gŽographie ancienne and Atlas britannique and the Catalogue des cartes et livres de gŽographie de Sanson (1702).

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        Apanta ta tes Kaines diathekes (graece). - Novum Iesu Christi D. N. Testamentum. Graecé et Latiné.

      Lyon, Antoine de Harsy 1600.. 1 w. Bl., 320 num. Bll. - Angebunden: Paulou tou apostolou Epistolai. Hai katholikai epistolai. Apokalypsis Joannou theologou. (graece) - Pauli Apostoli Epistolae. Epistolae catholicae. Apocalypsis Ioannis theologi. Ebda., 1600. Kl. 8°. 214 num. Blätter. 4 w. Bll. Brauner Lederband d. Zt. mir reicher floraler Goldprägung auf Rücken und Decken. Vorderdeckel mit goldgepr. Medaillon mit Jesus-Darstellung im Zentrum. Gepunzter Dreikantgoldschnitt. 12,5 x 9 cm. USTC 158522 und 137548; Pettegree & Walsby 57990 und 57991. - Mit jeweils griechisch-latein. Text. - Ãœberaus reich verzierter Einband. Auf dem Vorderdeckel im vertieften Mittelfeld im Medaillon die Abbildung von Christus als Weltenherrscher. Er ist umgeben von Blumenranken, im unteren Drittel die Darstellung eines Pferdes und eines Einhorns, im oberen Teil zwei Vögel auf Ästen. Auf dem Rückdeckel die gleiche Darstellung, nur dass das Medaillon mit einer Ranke verziert ist. - Spiegel mit zeitgen. Notizen. Name auf 1. Titel und Notiz auf 2. Titel. Etwas gebräunt und gering fleckig.

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        Institutionum seu Elementorum Iuris Ciuilis Libri Quattuor. Per Tribonianum V. magnificum et sacri palatii exquaestorem, item[ ] Dorotheum VV. illustres et antecessores compositi.

      ohne Verlag, Lugduni (Lyon) 1600 - Das Buch beinhaltet in einem Volumen mehrere Werke: erstens, die hier im Titel aufgeführten Institutionen des Justinian, der Corpus Iuris Ciuilis (Corpus Juris Civilis, CJC, oder Codex Justinianus), eine Kodifizierung des gesamten römischen Rechts, die von dem Ost-Römischen Kaiser Justinian im sechsten Jahrhundert in Auftrag gegeben wurde. Im direkten Anhang zu diesem Werk sind auch die Fragmenta Veteris Iuris Romani abgedruckt, also die Gesetze der zwölf Tafeln (Leges XII Tabularum). Die Ausgabe folgt laut Titelblatt den Anmerkungen des Glossatoren Franciscus Accursius. Der Teil der zwölf Tafeln folgt den Konjekturen des Jacobus Cuiacius. Dieser Teil beinhaltet 4 Blatt mit Titel und Inhaltsverzeichnis (unpaginiert), dann folgen 488 Spalten. Zweitens folgt: "Corporis Iuris Ciuilis Pars illa quam uulgo Paruum Volumen uocant." Dieses enthält die Gesetzesgebung Justinians nach dem Jahr 534, welche nie in einer neuen Zusammenstellung in das Einheitliche Werk der Institutiones aufgenommen wurde. Es entspricht den Novellen, dem "Liber Authenticorum". Dieser Teil enthält 8 Blätter (inklusive Titelblatt, Inhaltsverzeichnis und einem leeren Blatt, unpaginiert) und 1012 Spalten. Drittens: "Veteres-renouatae Longobardorum leges. Tribus Libris distinctae." Hierbei handelt es sich wohl um eine von dem CJC unabhängigen Gesetzessammlung der Langobarden (oder Lombarden), erstmals im 12. Jahrhundert von Carolus Cottus Siculus zusammengefasst und weiterhin mit Glossen von Nicolaus Boerius Gallus und mit Kommentaren von Andreas de Barulo versehen. Dieser Teil beinhaltet 4 Blätter (inklusive Titelblatt, unpaginiert) und 362 Spalten. Es folgen 5 unpaginierte Blätter: "Tituli legum Longobardorum" und "Index legum Longobardorum". Viertens, eine Reihe von Inhaltsübersichten: "Promptuarium Vniuersi Iuris Ciuilis, hoc est, Indices Generales totius Iustinianei Corporis." (1593). Diese beinhaltet folgende Indices: "Index omnium Titulorum seu Rubricarum in Vniuerso Iuris Corpore compraehensorum, breui et facili methodo concinnatus." (4 unpagnierte Blätter), "Coniunctuiones Titulorum siue Rubricarum utriusque iuris ad seriem Digestorum seu Pandectarum compositae." (3 unpaginierte Blätter), "Legum omnium et Constitutionum digestorum et Codicis Index generalis." (38 unpaginierte Blätter), "Index Paragraphorum Institutionum Imperialium, secundum ordinem Alphabeti." (3 unpaginierte Blätter). Dieser Teil enthält insgesamt, mit Titelblatt, 48 ungezählte Blätter. Letztens, noch ein umfangreicherer Index: "Uniuersi Iuris Ciuilis Rerum, Verborum et Sententiarum, tam contextus quam glossarum insigniorum Index.", mit 78 unpaginierten Blättern. Blind geprägter Pergamenteinband der Zeit mit echten Bünden. Auf den Buchdeckel sind wohl fürstliche Wappen zu erkennen. Nicht einheitliche Seitenzählung der verschiedenen Bände in diesem Buch. Zweifarbiger, schwarz-roter Druck. Das Buch ist durchgängig zweispaltig gesetzt. Es handelt sich um eine drucktechnisch sehr aufwendige Auflage, in der der juristische Text den zentralen Platz der Seite auf beiden Spalten einnimt, aber meist erstens von zahlreichen Kommentaren umgeben ist und zweitens mit Notizen am Rande versehen. Jede Seite beinhaltet ca. 95 Zeilen (des kleiner gedruckten Kommentars). Der Gebrauch der zwei Farben ist auch durchgängig und wird auf fast jeder Seite angewandt. Majuskeln und sonstiger Buchschmuck verziert den Text. Mit Titelvignette und vielen Bordüren. Exemplar auch innen sehr gut erhalten. Siehe Foto. Mit Titelvignette und vielen Bordüren. ca. 1200 Seiten (z.T. unpag.).

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        An Abstract of all the penall Statutes which be generall, in force and use: Wherein is conteined the effect of all those Statutes, which do threaten to the offenders thereof, the losse of life, member . . . or other punishment [etc.]. S.T.C. 9532; Beale S79

      London: Printed by Thomas Wight [etc.], 1600. Modern unlettered calf, the title darkened and a bit chipped (no text affected), some lightish staining, yet quite crisp and usable; the Taussig copy Pulton's first work in a lifetime devoted to the editing of the English statutes and the first work to attempt to digest or abstract English criminal law, arranged alphabetically and in English; four copies in S.T.C. in this country, one imperfect

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        Histoire des derniers troubles de France avec un recueil des edicts and articles accordez par le roy Henry IIII pour la reunion de ses subiects Paris

      

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        Corsica. Sardinia.

      - Amsterdam, 1600 circa. Incisione in rame, coloritura coeva, cm 34 x 46,7 (alla lastra) più margini, testo francese al verso. Carta geografica per la prima volta inserita nella seconda parte dell' "Atlas" del Mercatore. L'"Atlas" del Mercatore si compone di tre parti, tutte edite a Duisburg tra il 1585 ed il 1595 con il testo latino al verso (in genere le si datano, al massimo, intorno al 1630). Successivamente le lastre furono acquisite da Jodocus e Hendrick Hondius e da Jan Jansson, i quali, a partire dai primi anni del 1600 e fino alla metà del secolo, diedero alla luce più edizioni dello stesso atlante con aggiunte e varianti e con una versione francese al verso. Esemplare lievemente ingiallito in modo uniforme, in tenue e bella coloritura, in ampi margini e stampato su carta forte. Molto buono lo stato di conservazione.

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        Beschreibung des heiligen Landes.':.

      - Kupferstich v. Heinrich Bünting aus Itinearium Sacrae Scripturae. . b. Ambroisius Kirchner in Magdeburg, 1600, 38,5 x 28 van der Heijden, Heinrich Büntings Itinearium Sacrae Scripturae, 1581. in: Cartographica Helvetica, 23, S. 5 ff.; Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. A - D, S. 209 (Heinrich Bünting , 1545-1606. Professor of theology at Hannover. Itinerarium sacrae scripturae, 1581 and later editions in various languages, contained woodcut maps including. - Zeigt Israel. - Die Karte mit Titelkopfleiste.

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        Titelblatt \"Stvck Zvm Verzeichnen fvr die Goldschmid ... zusamen geordnet durch Hans Hirtz\". Kupferstich in Punktiermanier.

       Um 1600. Mit dem gedruckten Titel. Auf Bütten mit Wasserzeichen (Florentiner Lilie und Tierdarstellung (?)). Kräftiger Druck mit gleichmäßigem Rand um die volle Plattenkante. 17 x 12,4 cm (Plattengröße). Papier: 18,2 x 13,5 cm. Titelblatt einer Folge von 8 Blättern. Aus Sammlung C.W. de Renesse-Breidbach, Belgien (Lugt 1209). - Ein Braunfleck im Bereich der dritten und vierten Titelzeile. Insgesamt etwas angestaubt. Montierung in den Ecken, teilweise etwas nach recto durchschlagend. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Goldschmied, Nürnberg, Stvck Zvm Verzeichnen Fvr die Goldschmid, Titelblatt,

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        Goddelycke aandachten ofte vlammende begeerten eens boetvaerdige geheijligd en lief-rijcke ziele.Amsterdam, Salomon Savrij, [1653]. 16mo. With engraved title-page, 46 engraved emblems and a full-page woodcut endpiece. Contemporary vellum.

      Landwehr, Emblem and fable books 1; NNBW X, cols. 911-913; STCN (1 copy); WorldCat (5 copies). Very rare first edition of a religious emblem book by the eccentric millenarian theologian Petrus Serrarius (1600-1669). It contains 45 emblems (measuring ca. 75 x 48 mm) with engraved texts underneath and an explanatory letterpress poem on the facing pages. The work is divided into three parts with fifteen emblems each. The emblems are probably engraved by the publisher Savry after the plates Boëtius à Bolswert made for Herman Hugo's Pia desideria, the most influential religious emblem book published in the Netherlands (Antwerp, 1624). Serrarius was born in Flanders and lived for many years in Amsterdam calling himself "priest of the General Church". He was a friend of Comenius and wrote many controversial theological works leading to a conflict with the official church and especially with professor Maresius of Groningen University. With libary stamp on title-page. Slightly browned with some occasional small spots and thumbing, bookblock weak in binding and red colour on the woodcut on last page. Binding scratched on boards. Otherwise a good copy.

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        The Historie of the Uniting of the Kingdom of Portugall to the Crowne of Castill: Containing the last warres of the Portugals against the Moores of Africke, the end of the house of Portugall, and change of that Government.

      Hatfield & Blount, London 1600 - Published anonymously. Conestaggio's name appears in the Italian and French editions, but it is sometimes taken as a pseudonym for Juan de Silva, conde de Portalegre, who accompanied Dom Sebastian to Africa. This is a magnificent and sumptuously bound copy of the rare Tudor translation. Dedicated by Blount to the Earl of Southampton, who was Shakespeare's patron. An account of the Shakespearian interest of this rare Elizabethan volume is given by the poet's biographer. STC 5624; Brunet II 217; Alden 600/31; ESTC S108618. Engraved printer's device (Caduceus) on title page. (12), 324, (7) pages. (page 177 is misnumbered). Small folio, beautifully bound by Chambolle in full dark blue crushed levant with tripple gilt fillet borders enclosing fine gilt arms (Superabo) on both covers, and an ornate gilt-stamped spine with raised bands; thick inner dentelles, marbled endpapers, a.e.g. London: Arn. Hatfield for Edward Blount, 1600. First English edition. A fine tall copy, skillfully washed before binding. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De Magnete, Magneticisque Corporibus, et de Magno magnete tellure; Physiologia nova, plurimis & argumentis, & experimentis demonstrata.

      - Woodcut printer’s device on title, Gilbert’s woodcut coat of arms on verso, numerous woodcut diagrams & illus. in the text, & one folding woodcut plate (one fold with a careful repair). 8 p.l. 240 pp. Folio, cont. limp vellum (some occasional spotting, a few unimportant dampstains), ties gone. London: P. Short, 1600. First edition, and a very fine and fresh copy, of the first major English scientific treatise based on experimental methods of research and the foundation work of magnetism and electrical science. Gilbert uses here for the first time the terms "electricity," "electric force," and "electric attraction." Book I "deals with the history of magnetism from the earliest legends about the lodestone to the facts and theories known to Gilbert’s contemporaries In the last chapter of book I, Gilbert introduced his new basic idea which was to explain all terrestrial magnetic phenomena: his postulate that the earth is a giant lodestone and thus had magnetic properties The remaining five books of the De magnete are concerned with the five magnetic movements: coition, direction, variation, declination, and revolution. Before he began his discussion of coition, however, Gilbert carefully distinguished the attraction due to the amber effect from that caused by the lodestone. This section, chapter 2 of book II, established the study of the amber effect as a discipline separate from that of magnetic phenomena, introduced the vocabulary of electrics, and is the basis for Gilbert’s place in the history of electricity."–D.S.B., V, p. 397. This is an early issue of the first edition, containing manuscript corrections (in the author’s hand?) on pages 22, 47, 130, and 221. The large woodcut plate in this copy is on an untrimmed sheet; usually it has been cut down. A really fine and crisp copy of this influential book, preserved in a morocco-backed box. Armorial stamp on verso of title. ? Dibner, Heralds of Science, 54. Evans, First Editions of Epochal Achievements in the History of Science (1934), 26–"The scientific treatise on electricity and magnetism." Horblit 41. Printing & the Mind of Man, 107. Sparrow, Milestones of Science, 85. Wheeler Gift Cat. 72. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        VATICINIA, SIVE PROPHETIAE ABBATIS JOACHIMI ET ANSELMI EPISCOPI MARSICANI Cum imaginibus aere incisis.... Quibus Rota et oraculum Turcicum maxime considerationis adjecta sunt. Una cum praefatione et adnotationibus Paschalini Regiselmi.

      

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        VATICINIA, SIVE PROPHETIAE ABBATIS JOACHIMI ET ANSELMI EPISCOPI MARSICANI. Cum imaginibus aere incisis.... Quibus Rota et oraculum Turcicum maxime considerationis adjecta sunt. Una cum praefatione et adnotationibus Paschalini Regiselmi.

      apud Joa. Bapt. Bertonum 1600 In - 16 gr. (mm. 193x135), p. pergam. coeva (risg. rifatti), tit. ms. al dorso, custodia in tela moderna, 71 cc.nn. (l'ultima è bianca; manca l'ulteriore carta bianca). Carattere corsivo e romano, testo latino e italiano. Bel frontespizio allegorico inciso e 34 rami a p. pag. nel t., molto interessanti, che servono di emblema e di spiegazione alle diverse Profezie di Gioacchino da Fiore (1145 - 1202) sui Papi. Il testo, con fregi xilografici e iniziali ornate, è impreziosito da una cornice a motivi floreali che inquadra ogni pagina. Sul frontespizio il titolo è anche in italiano: "Vaticinii, overo profetie dell'Abbate Gioachino, & di Anselmo, Vescovo di Marsico, con l'imagini intagliate in rame.. A quali e' aggionta una ruota, et un'oracolo turchesco di grandissima consideratione. Insieme con la prefatione, et annotationi di Pasqualino Regiselmo". Il primo volgarizzamento, dovuto a Filippo Foscarini, fu pubblicato a Bologna nel 1515 e fu più volte ristampato. La ns. edizione (in versione sia latina che italiana) si distingue nel vasto panorama delle stampe dei "Vaticinia" non solo per la ricchezza del corredo illustrativo e ornamentale, ma anche perchè contiene la vita di Gioacchino da Fiore, tratta dal "De Antiquitate et situ Calabriae" del francescano Gabriele Barri (Roma, 1571). Cfr. Choix de Olschki,IV,4703 - Caillet,II,5541: "Ouvrage fort rare de prophéties" - Adams,I, p. 586 - Bibliotheca Esoterica,2281: ?c'est en réalité l'édition de 1589 remise en vente par un autre libraire qui s'est contenté de remplacer au bas du frontispice le nom et la marque typographique de son prédécesseur par les siens et de modifier la date?. Margine super. delle prime 2 cc. restaur., solo qualche lieve alone o traccia d'uso, altrim. esempl. ben conservato.

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        @Unpublished archive of 56 royal decrees signed by Philip III and Philip IV (some with a stamp) to the Audiencia of Guatemala. Manuscripts on paper, in Spanish.

      Signed at Valladolid, Madrid, San Lorenzo, etc., , @18 May 1600 to 15 June 1628.. Folio (30.2 x 21 cm.), 99 leaves carefully removed from a bound volume and now stored in mylar sleeves in a blue cloth slipcase with 2 black leather spine labels. Written in ink, in a variety of small, even, very legible hands. In very good condition. *** The documents represent a remarkable, unpublished source for the history of the High Court of Guatemala during the first quarter of the seventeenth century, covering such subjects as the conquest and pacification of Indians in Honduras, granting of @encomiendas, diversion of royal monies, establishment of missions and convents, and disciplining of politically active priests. Through them we find out what the "local customs" of patronage and of usurpation of royal prerogative were. Through the reiteration of previously issued decrees we discover which decrees the court was ignoring, using the famous doctrine of "obedezco pero no cumplo." Through these decrees we glimpse royal patronage and royal displeasure. The broad categories are requests for information, demands for action, and orders ending existing practices. An example of the Crown's requests for information is a decree of 4 December 1601. The king sometimes received complaints that were best handled extra-judicially, often involving political activities of clerics, over whom the civil and criminal courts did not have jurisdiction and with whom, the authorities felt, the ecclesiastical courts would deal ineffectively. In one case, the governor of Honduras complained to the king that the dean of the church in Comayagua was disrupting attempts to recruit men for the defense of the port of Trujillo. The king expected that the @audiencia's information would be unbiased because of its physical and emotional distance from the local politics and squabbling in Honduras. An example of the Crown's demands for action is an ominous inquiry handed down on 28 June 1621. The king had "discovered" that "foreigners" were living in the New World. Since they were there illegally, he demanded a list of them and inventories of their possessions and land holdings. This was the beginning of the oppression of Portuguese settlers who had moved to the New World during the "Babylonian Captivity" of Portugal by Spain. Usually, however, the royal demands for action were grants of royal patronage or largesse, such as the order dated 10 July 1600, requiring the @audiencia to administer the terms of Philip's decree granting money to the cathedral in Santiago. On 4 July 1601, he ordered the court to give a chalice and bell to the mission church in Trindad de Sonsanate. The Crown was fully aware that the distance between it and its New World provinces would result in the development of local customs and practices. To a large extent, it tolerated these deviations. For example, on 31 May 1600, Philip accepted the @audiencia's appointment of the majordomo of the Royal Hospital. At other times, however, the Crown ordered the end of "local practices": on 12 December 1619, the king ordered the @audiencia to stop subdividing @encomiendas and parceling the subsections out as parts of government pensions. According to Clarence Haring (dean of American scholars of colonial Latin America in the 1940s-1950s), the @audiencia (high court) was "the most important and interesting institution in the government of the Spanish Indies." It was, he notes, "the center, the core, of the administrative system, the principal curb upon oppression and illegality of the viceroys and other governors." The first @audiencia was established in 1508 in Santo Domingo. Others sprang up as the Spaniards explored and settled the Americas. The Audiencia of Guatemala, which came into existence on 20 November 1542, through the New Laws, had a troubled and peripatetic beginning. The present collection documents various unstudied aspects of the presidencies of Dr. Alonso Criado de Castilla (1598-1611), D. Antonio Pérez Ayala Castilla y Rojas (1611-26) and Dr. Diego de Acuña (1626-33). More detailed description and calendar are available upon request. *** Clarence H. Haring, @The Spanish Empire in America, pp. 126, 75-76, and 113-14; Murdo J. MacLeod, @Spanish Central America, pp. 390-91, on the audiencia's earliest years.

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        Gesamtans., "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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        Quaestiones geometricae, in Euclidis & P. Rami "stoicheiosin" (gr.). In usum scholae mathematicae collectae. Quibus geodaesiam adjecimus per usum radii geometrici.

      Frankfurt Wechels Erben J Aubry und Cl de Marne 1600 - (20 x 15 cm). 135 S. Mit zahlreichen, teils figürlichen Textholzschnitten. Moderner Halbpergamentband im Stil der Zeit. Seltene erste Ausgabe des mehrfach aufgelegten Werkes über die Geometrie für den Schulgebrauch. - Im letzten Kapitel "Geodesia" mit zahlreichen figürlichen Illustrationen. - Ryff (1552-1629), praktischer Arzt und seit 1586 Professor für Mathematik in Basel, veröffentlichte mehrere Bücher zur Mathematik und zur Astronomie. - Papierbedingt leicht gebräunt. Titel verso mit überklebter Stempelrasur. - Poggendorff II, 727; VD16 ZV13474; Adams R 991 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        FORMULARIUM QUOTIDIANUM CONTRACTUUM. Secundum stilum potissime Florentinum. Cui etiam plura acta forensia frequentissima superaddita fuerunt. Ad haec alia quaedam instrumenta Ecclesiasticas materias continentia in fine huius libri seorsum à profanis, ne ordo illorum confundatur seriatim collocata.

      Apud Cosmum Iunctam, Firenze 1600 - Testo latino. A cura di Alberto Florario, Francesco Parenti, Francesco Giordani. Cm.16,8x10,2. Pg.(16), 438, ultima carta bianca. Legatura in piena pergamena molle con titoli manoscritti al dorso. Marca tipografica giuntina al frontespizio e ulteriore impresa tipografica al verso della penultima carta, con serpente attorcigliato attorno ad un fiore che spunta da una roccia. Edizione dell'inizio del XVII secolo del famoso «Formularium Florentinum Artis Notariae», formulario notarile fiorentino del Trecento. > Camerini, "Annali dei Giunti, tipografi editori di Firenze", 394, "Ristampa dell'edizione 1588". 300 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Plantarum tum patriarum, tum exoticarum, in Walachria, Zeelandiae insula, nascentium synonymia.Middelburg, Richard Schilders, 1610. 8vo. Contemporary vellum.

      Arendts, supp. 148; Kuijlen et al., Paradisus Batavus, pp. 32-34; Pritzel 7027. First edition of a record of about 1600 plants that could be found on the island Walcheren (including the cities of Middelburg, Vlissingen and Veere) in Zeeland, connected to the mainland since 1871. It covers not only the native species, but also garden plants brought from other regions and even many exotic plants in Middelburg's important botanical gardens, including 4 pages on tulips and a page on tobacco, cultivated at Veere on Walachria before any other Dutch site. It therefore serves as an important primary source for Dutch botany as the Netherlands was establishing its position as the leader in that field. The plants are arranged alphabetically, with alternative names used by other authors and in various languages, as well as references to the literature. The concordance of plant names also makes the book "indispensable for a modern reconstruction of the old catalogues" (Kuijlen et al.) and shows the growing problems of nomenclature in the early seventeenth century before Caspar Bauhin began to normalize plant names. With a small tear in the title-page and some worm holes in the upper outside corner, slightly affecting an occasional page number, but not touching the text. Otherwise in very good condition. The binding is slightly dirty but also very good.

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        Germania regnum totius Europae amplissimum ac florentissimum sedes imperatoria.

      Siena 1600 - Acquaforte e bulino, circa 1600. Rara carta derivante dalla grande mappa della Germania di Gerard Mercator. Bellissima prova assai contrastata, impressa su carta vergata coeva, con margini, un piccolo restauro alla piega centrale, perfetto stato di conservazione. Florimi, allievo di Antonio Lafrery e Claudio Duchetti, si trasferisce a Siena dove inizia la sua fiorente attività di editore fino al 1612. Per le caratteristiche peculiari delle sue opere e per la loro rarità, queste vengono classificate tra le carte di scuola lafreriana. Molto rara. Etching and engraving, circa 1600. Very good proof, printed on contemporary laid paper, with margins, little restoration at bottom centerfold but extremely good condition. The cartographic informations derived from Gerard Mercator. Florimi, a pupil of Antonio Lafrery & Claudio Duchetti, moved to Siena, where he settled as an editor until 1612. All works by Florimi are rare and can be classified as Lafrery school.

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        Historia anatomica humani corporis

      - (10)ff y compris le Francfort, Matthaeum Beckerum, Ve Theodore de Brii et ses deux fils, sd [1600], in-folio, (10)ff y compris le titre-front, 442, (28)pp. Mque (2)ff liminaires et le dernier feuillet blanc, vélin surjeté à recouvrements, dos lisse (rel. postérieure), Titre frontispice avec le portrait de l'auteur. 26 figures anatomiques, gravées in texte à pleine page. La plupart sont copiées de Vésale, Coiter, Valverde, etc. Du Laurens (1558-1609) fut le médecin de Marie de Médicis et de Henri IV. Qqs galeries de vers dans la marge supérieure [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The New Testament of Iesus Christ, faithfully translated into English, out of the authentical Latin, diligently conferred with the Greeke, and other editions in divers languages.

      Antwerp: By Daniel Vervliet Small 4to (21 cm; 8.25"). [18] ff., 745, [1] pp., [13] ff.. 1600 The second edition of the Roman Catholic new Testament in English. The translation is the work of a number of English Catholic priests, but principally of Gregory Martin, who fled to France in 1568 because of persecution in their native land, and, under the direction of Dr. (later, Cardinal) William Allen, founded the English College at Douai. (The college moved for a short time to Rheims, but subsequently returned, as the title-page here attests.) The first edition of this translation was issued at Rheims in 1582, in over-sanguine hopes that its sale would be successful enough to underwrite the cost of a prompt production of the Old Testament. The two-volume O.T. did not appear, however, until 1609/1610. The second edition of the Rheims N.T. is a revision of the first, not merely a reprinting of it, and contains a "Table of Heretical Corruptions" not found in the 1582 printing and a new preface. In an era of noticeable decline in the art of printing, this Testament enjoys far better than average typography. Late 17th-, early 18th-century English calf, with concentric blind panels on covers in contrasting tones of brown and tan, all edges deep red; covers with scrapes and bumps, rebacked with hinges (inside) strengthened, new endpapers with 1906 owner's inscription on front free one. Title-page dust-soiled and torn in upper margin with some loss of decorative border, page skillfully remargined with blank paper. Some foxing and age-soiling in early leaves; this similarly at rear (starting around p. 640 and most notable in Tables), with also some dust-soiling and with light waterstaining across a good number of upper outer corners. Overall a good to very good copy, sturdy and appealing.

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        [Album amicorum of Wilhelm Bökel junior].Stettin (Szczecin, Poland), Helmstedt, Jena, Leipzig, Groningen, Leiden and Rotterdam, 1616-1651. 4to. Manuscript on paper, with most entries in Latin, and mottos also in Greek, French and German. Title-page with an elaborate cartouche in coloured gouaches highlighted with gold, with "GVIELMVS BOCKELIVS/IVNIOR" in silver below his coat of arms and above a scene perhaps showing Lucretia. Further with 49 coloured gouaches highlighted with gold showing coats of arms, costumes and various scenes (some cut out and mounted on the album's leaves), a pen and ink wash drawing, 23 full-page engraved portraits, 18 full-page engraved views, an engraved image of Mercury, and 12 full-page engraved emblems. Modern gold-tooled calf, gold-tooled board edges, new endpapers.

      For Wilhelm Bökel: Georg Erler (ed.), Die jüngeren Matrikel der Universität Leipzig, vol. I, p. 37. Elaborately illustrated album amicorum of Wilhelm Bökel junior, with contributions by eminent scholars and noblemen. Bökel (or Böckelius), born in Stendal (Germany) ca. 1600, was the son of a physician and studied law in Stettin (Szczecin in Poland), Helmstedt, Jena and Leipzig. Most of the contributions date from his time in Leipzig (1621-1624), but the album also includes entries from prominent noblemen from Pomerania and the Baltic region, such as Philip II, Duke of Pomerania, and Jacob Kettler, Duke of Courland and Semigallia. Most of the contributions are in Latin (with some mottoes in French, German and Greek) and 25 are illustrated with the coat of arms of the contributor in coloured gouaches, highlighted with gold. The 23 engraved portraits, several by or after Lucas and Wolfgang Kilian, show European rulers and clergymen. Also included is a view of Venice in coloured gouaches, highlighted with gold, and another of a woman throwing herself on a sword, perhaps intended as Lucretia.Loosely inserted is a manuscript index and 4-page manuscript report on the album by Johannes Bodel Nijenhuis, noting that it was sold at auction in Leiden by C.C. van der Hoek on 3 March 1854, as well as a copy of the report by C.W. van der Hoek, dated 30 March 1854. Some soiling and an occasional leaf with a few letters of the text or the edge of a drawing very slightly shaved, but otherwise in very good condition.

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        Passe, Crispijn de, after Hendrick Goltzius.

      Worst maken; satire op de hygiëne, "Jannot en Margot"Kopergravure uit ca. 1600 door Crispijn de Passe.Het idee voor de scène komt van Hendrick Goltzius ("HGoltius jnve[n]t[or]"'), hetgeen zeer uitzonderlijk is in Goltzius" verder zeer sophisticated oeuvre. Een oudere vrouw (Margot) vult een darm en maakt een worst. Een man (Jannot) met een narrenkap op z'n rug legt een hand op haar schouder en wijst naar waar ze mee bezig is. Jannot lacht omdat zij bloedworst maakt in een weinig hygiënische mand en over het zakje voor haar gezicht dat zou moeten voorkomen dat haar neus in de worst druppelt. Margot antwoordt dat Jannot gek is, zij vindt zich zelf zeer wel hygiënisch en heeft ook het zwijn binnengelaten dat ze bij de haard laat zitten. Margot meent dat het zwijn het liefst bij Jannot wil zijn, Jannot is immers zo slim als een bloedworst (gemaakt van zwijn). De gevulde worst is een dubbelzinnige verwijzing naar ontlasting. De komische discussie tussen de twee gaat over de hygiëne op dat gebied. De nabij Venlo geboren Hendrick Goltzius (1558-1616) leerde het vak van glasschilder bij zijn vader Jan Goltz te Duisburg. Van 1574 tot 1576 kreeg hij les in de graveertechniek van de uit Haarlem uitgeweken dichter, graveur, theoloog en wijsgeer Dirck Volckertsz Coornhert te Xanten. In navolging van Coornhert vestigde hij zich in Haarlem, waar hij in 1582 een bloeiend atelier had. Samen met de Vlaamse schilder-theoreticus Karel van Mander en de schilder Cornelis Cornelisz richtte hij in Haarlem een "Academy" op. In deze periode perfectioneerde Goltzius een extreem elegante stijl, beïnvloed door het maniërisme van Bartholomeus Spranger. In 1590-91 reisde hij naar Italië, waar hij enkele maanden in Rome verbleef en waar hij de beroemdste antieke beelden natekende. De kennismaking met de werken uit de oudheid en Renaissance betekende een ommekeer in Goltzius" stijl, die soberder en realistischer werd. Na zijn terugkeer in 1591 ontstonden zijn meest beroemde prenten, de zogenaamde "Meisterstiche"', taferelen uit het leven van Maria gemaakt op de manier van oude meesters als Albrecht Dürer en Parmigianino. Tegen 1600 begon Goltzius ook te schilderen. Zijn schilderijen hebben meestal mythologische onderwerpen. Zijn tekeningen hebben belangrijk bijgedragen aan de ontwikkeling van de kunst in zijn tijd, vooral door zijn weergave van het landschap en de (naakt)figuur. Het Teylers Museum organiseerde in 2003 een grote overzichtstentoonstelling van het werk van Goltzius. De prentenuitgeverij van Crispijn de Passe (1564-1637) was bijzonder productief (ca. 14.000 prenten) met een grote variëteit aan onderwerpen en genres (onder meer produceerde hij geïllustreerde boeken in samenwerking met een boekdrukker, wat een tamelijk nieuw fenomeen was). De Passe hield het productieproces voor een groot gedeelte in eigen hand door zelf ook te graveren en ontwerpen te leveren; zijn drie tekenende en graverende kinderen werkten al jong in het bedrijf mee. Zij opereerden eerst vanuit Keulen, later vanuit Utrecht, met nauwe handelscontacten in Londen en Parijs en richtten zich op een internationale klantenkring. Referentie: New Hollstein Dutch XV, nr. 645; Crispijn de Passe and his progeny (1564-1670): a century of print production, door Ilja M.Veldman (2001), p.144Er ligt een exemplaar van deze gravure in het Rijksprentenkabinet Prijs: € 825,- (incl. lijst, BTW margeregeling).

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        The New Testament of Iesus Christ, faithfully translated into English, out of the authentical Latin, diligently conferred with the Greeke, and other editions in divers languages.

      Antwerp: By Daniel Vervliet Small 4to (21 cm; 8.25"). [18] ff., 745, [1] pp., [13] ff.. 1600 The second edition of the Roman Catholic new Testament in English. The translation is the work of a number of English Catholic priests, but principally of Gregory Martin, who fled to France in 1568 because of persecution in their native land, and, under the direction of Dr. (later, Cardinal) William Allen, founded the English College at Douai. (The college moved for a short time to Rheims, but subsequently returned, as the title-page here attests.) The first edition of this translation was issued at Rheims in 1582, in over-sanguine hopes that its sale would be successful enough to underwrite the cost of a prompt production of the Old Testament. The two-volume O.T. did not appear, however, until 1609/1610. The second edition of the Rheims N.T. is a revision of the first, not merely a reprinting of it, and contains a "Table of Heretical Corruptions" not found in the 1582 printing and a new preface. In an era of noticeable decline in the art of printing, this Testament enjoys far better than average typography. Late 17th-, early 18th-century English calf, with concentric blind panels on covers in contrasting tones of brown and tan, all edges deep red; covers with scrapes and bumps, rebacked with hinges (inside) strengthened, new endpapers with 1906 owner's inscription on front free one. Title-page dust-soiled and torn in upper margin with some loss of decorative border, page skillfully remargined with blank paper. Some foxing and age-soiling in early leaves; this similarly at rear (starting around p. 640 and most notable in Tables), with also some dust-soiling and with light waterstaining across a good number of upper outer corners. Overall a good to very good copy, sturdy and appealing.

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        Landkarte - Zurichgow, et Basiliensis provincia. Kupferstich gefalzt, teilkoloriert..

      ca. 1600 45 x 57 cm, gerahmt, unter Passepartout., 36 x 47 cm., Blatt etwas gebräunt, Rahmen min. kranzspurig. «Helvetia cum finitimis regionibus confoederatis» per Gerardum Mercatorem. - Die Schweiz zwischen Basel und Constentz und Turgoviae. zwischen Schwartzwald bis Arrgow und Zugersee. Aus Versand D: 20,00 EUR Gemälde - Aquarell Helvetica - Allgemein

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        De Vocis Auditusque Organis Historia Anatomica. Tractatibus Duobus Explicata ac Variis Iconibus Aere Excusis Illustrata.

      Victorius Valdinus, Ferrara 1600 - 1600-1601. Two parts in one volume. Folio (395 x 267 mm). [60], 191 [1]; 126, [2] pp. Signatures: a-b6 a-c4 d6 A-2A4; A-Q4. Colophon on 2A4v: Ferrariae: excudebat Victorius Baldinus typographus cameralis, 1601, and Q4r: Ferrariae: excudebat Victorius Baldinus typographus cameralis, sumptibus unicorum Patavii, 1600. Engraved title, 2 engraved portraits of the Duke of Parma and of the author, woodcut initials, head- and tailpieces, 34 full-page anatomical engravings (22 of the vocal organs, 12 of the auditory organs). Contemporary full vellum, faint lettering in ink on spine, vellum-reinforced corners (boards and spine browned and soiled, spine ends and joints repaired). Text and plates only little browned, minor spotting in places, occasional faint dampstains, small ink smudges on two pages, few ink notations, two previous ownership signatures on front endpaper. Provenance: Dr. J. B. Naftzger, Los Angeles. Fine wide-margined copy with excellent impressions on strong paper. ---- Norman 410; Choulant-Frank p. 223; Garrison-Morton 286; Grolier Medicine 24; Heirs of Hippocrates 397; NLM/Krivatsy 2199; Waller 1809; Wellcome 1333. - FIRST EDITION OF ONE OF THE MOST HIGHLY DETAILED AND PENETRATING STUDIES IN COMPARATIVE ANATOMY. Iulius Casserius (1552-1616) was professor at the University of Padua from 1609 until his death in 1616. "In 1609, the chair of surgery and anatomy was subdivided into one chair of anatomy, which remained to Fabricius, and one of surgery, which was assigned to Iulius Casserius from Piacenza. However, as happened in the past, Casserio also replaced Fabricius in anatomical demonstrations when the older master was absent or ill. Casserius' family was very poor and he moved to Padua probably as a servant to some student (Sterzi, 1910; Riva et al., 2001). In Padua, he became assistant to Hieronymus Fabricius ab Aquapendente [.] However, Casserius took his degree in medicine and philosophy, probably in about 1580 [.] and first began to give private lectures on anatomy. Fierce rivalry developed between Fabricius and Casserius, and finally led to the separation of a chair of anatomy and a chair of surgery [.] In 1614, Casserius was also made a Knight of St. Mark. (A. Porzionato et al., The Anatomical School of Padua. The Anatomical Record, Vol. 295, no. 6, 2012, p.908). De Vocis is the first book that "focuses on studies of the vocal apparatus of mammals (dogs, cats, cows, etc.), birds, amphibians, and insects such as the grasshopper, cicada and the like. It also provides the first accurate description of the laryngeal muscles and nerves. The second book features the structure of the ear, and "contains the first clear description of the ossicles, comparative studies of the auditory ossicles of various animals, and anatomical descriptions of the inner ear that were far more accurate than any given before, as well as a detailed account of the external ear muscles." (Grolier/Medicine). De Vocis is "a masterpiece of book illustration and the most beautiful book ever published on the ear and throat in man and in lower animals". "Casseri [.[ investigated the structure of the auditory and vocal organs in most of the domestic animals. The book includes a description of the larynx more accurate than that of any previous author" (Garrison-Morton). "Medical historians rank the accuracy and artistry of the illustrations in this and other works of Casserio in the same category as those of Vesalius, with Casserio setting the standard in copperplates as Vesalius had done with woodcuts" (Eimas, Heirs of Hippocrates). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Der Niemantz so bin ich genant, In der gantzen welt seher woll bekant. Mit einem Kupfer.

      (O.Ort u. Jahr) 1600 - (um 1600 - 1670 ?). Einblattdruck. ca 320x208 mm. Bräunung und kleine Fehlstellen am linken Rand alt hinterlegt, teils bis an die Einfassung beschnitten. (Hofmann-Randall, Einblattdrucke der UB Erlangen S.45, AII3 [„vor 1600 ?“]; Slg. Harms I,49 [„1670“].). Äußerst seltenes Blatt, das nur in sehr wenigen Bibliothekskatalogen nachweisbar ist. Die Datierung geht hier extrem weit auseinander (British Library 1580; UB Erlangen: ca1670). Zum Druckort finde ich keinerlei Hinweis. Der Straßburger Barbier JÖRG/GEORG SCHAN (um 1460 – nach 1533) hatte mit seinem um 1500 zuerst gedruckten Gedicht über den personifizierten „Niemand“, der als Sündenbock für alle von anderen verursachten Übeltaten dient, eine Figur (nicht nur) in die Literatur eingeführt, die in Varianten bis in die Gegenwart auftritt. LUTHER zitierte ihn (in der Erklärung zum 101.Psalm: „Der schändliche Niemand hats gethan, der thut alle böse That.“), U.V.HUTTEN (Oytis. Nemo [1512]) benutzte sie, in England fand sie Eingang auf die Bühne (Nobody and Somebody) und in die reformatorische Polemik (The welspoken Nobody), Politiker lassen sich von ihr vertreten (W.Ulbricht 1961: „Niemand hat die Absicht, eine Mauer zu errichten.“). „JÖRG SCHAN liefert in seinem . Gedichte, das jedenfalls vor HUTTENs Nemo, also vor dem Jahre 1512, erschienen sein muss, eine Satire auf die liederlichen und gewissenlosen Dienstboten, die Schüsseln und Häfen, Krüge und Scheren, Lichtstöcke und Löffel zerbrechen, Speise und Trank verwahrlosen und stets, wenn die Herrschaft nach dem Schuldigen fragt, mit der Antwort bei der Hand sind, Niemand habe es getan. Diesen ungerechterweise vom Hausgesinde verdächtigten Niemand stellt nun SCHAN dar als einen bettelarmen, zerlumpten Wanderer, der durch eine Menge zerbrochenen Hausgeräts dahinschreitet und dessen Mund zum Zeichen, dass er sich nicht zu verantworten vermag, mit einem Schlosse versperrt ist .“ (J.Bolte, Schans Gedichte vom Niemand, S.75; In: Zs.f.vergleichende Litteraturgeschichte, Bd.9). Während bei SCHAN, aus dessen Gedicht das vorliegende „12 Verse wörtlich . entlehnt, die übrigen als Inhaltsangabe“ (J.Bolte, Niemand und Jemand. Ein englisches Drama aus Shakespeare’s Zeit, übersetzt von Ludwig Tieck, S.14. In. Jb.d.dt. Shakespeare-Gesellschaft, Bd.29) in der bildlichen Darstellung des Niemand dieser, wie auch später meist, als ungeschickter Zerstörer vorgestellt wird, begegnen wir ihm auf dem vorliegenden Kupfer eher in der erduldenden Haltung des weisen Stoikers im antiken Gewand, eine Interpretation des Niemand, die wir ähnlich in PIETER BRUEGHELs d.Ä. allegorischen Darstellung des Eigennutzes finden (vgl. a.a.O. S.16). Dies wie auch der Stil des Kupfers und die ungewöhnliche Kursive legen einen holländischen Druckort nahe. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Passe, Crispijn de, after Hendrick Goltzius.

      Worst maken; satire op de hygiëne, "Jannot en Margot"Kopergravure uit ca. 1600 door Crispijn de Passe.Het idee voor de scène komt van Hendrick Goltzius ("HGoltius jnve[n]t[or]"'), hetgeen zeer uitzonderlijk is in Goltzius" verder zeer sophisticated oeuvre. Een oudere vrouw (Margot) vult een darm en maakt een worst. Een man (Jannot) met een narrenkap op z'n rug legt een hand op haar schouder en wijst naar waar ze mee bezig is. Jannot lacht omdat zij bloedworst maakt in een weinig hygiënische mand en over het zakje voor haar gezicht dat zou moeten voorkomen dat haar neus in de worst druppelt. Margot antwoordt dat Jannot gek is, zij vindt zich zelf zeer wel hygiënisch en heeft ook het zwijn binnengelaten dat ze bij de haard laat zitten. Margot meent dat het zwijn het liefst bij Jannot wil zijn, Jannot is immers zo slim als een bloedworst (gemaakt van zwijn). De gevulde worst is een dubbelzinnige verwijzing naar ontlasting. De komische discussie tussen de twee gaat over de hygiëne op dat gebied. De nabij Venlo geboren Hendrick Goltzius (1558-1616) leerde het vak van glasschilder bij zijn vader Jan Goltz te Duisburg. Van 1574 tot 1576 kreeg hij les in de graveertechniek van de uit Haarlem uitgeweken dichter, graveur, theoloog en wijsgeer Dirck Volckertsz Coornhert te Xanten. In navolging van Coornhert vestigde hij zich in Haarlem, waar hij in 1582 een bloeiend atelier had. Samen met de Vlaamse schilder-theoreticus Karel van Mander en de schilder Cornelis Cornelisz richtte hij in Haarlem een "Academy" op. In deze periode perfectioneerde Goltzius een extreem elegante stijl, beïnvloed door het maniërisme van Bartholomeus Spranger. In 1590-91 reisde hij naar Italië, waar hij enkele maanden in Rome verbleef en waar hij de beroemdste antieke beelden natekende. De kennismaking met de werken uit de oudheid en Renaissance betekende een ommekeer in Goltzius" stijl, die soberder en realistischer werd. Na zijn terugkeer in 1591 ontstonden zijn meest beroemde prenten, de zogenaamde "Meisterstiche"', taferelen uit het leven van Maria gemaakt op de manier van oude meesters als Albrecht Dürer en Parmigianino. Tegen 1600 begon Goltzius ook te schilderen. Zijn schilderijen hebben meestal mythologische onderwerpen. Zijn tekeningen hebben belangrijk bijgedragen aan de ontwikkeling van de kunst in zijn tijd, vooral door zijn weergave van het landschap en de (naakt)figuur. Het Teylers Museum organiseerde in 2003 een grote overzichtstentoonstelling van het werk van Goltzius. De prentenuitgeverij van Crispijn de Passe (1564-1637) was bijzonder productief (ca. 14.000 prenten) met een grote variëteit aan onderwerpen en genres (onder meer produceerde hij geïllustreerde boeken in samenwerking met een boekdrukker, wat een tamelijk nieuw fenomeen was). De Passe hield het productieproces voor een groot gedeelte in eigen hand door zelf ook te graveren en ontwerpen te leveren; zijn drie tekenende en graverende kinderen werkten al jong in het bedrijf mee. Zij opereerden eerst vanuit Keulen, later vanuit Utrecht, met nauwe handelscontacten in Londen en Parijs en richtten zich op een internationale klantenkring. Referentie: New Hollstein Dutch XV, nr. 645; Crispijn de Passe and his progeny (1564-1670): a century of print production, door Ilja M.Veldman (2001), p.144Er ligt een exemplaar van deze gravure in het Rijksprentenkabinet Prijs: € 825,- (incl. lijst, BTW margeregeling).

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        Tractatus de feudis trium praeclarissimorum jurisconsultorum Germanorum. Principes & Coryphaei in hoc gene, re existimantur.

      Coloniae Agrippinae Apud Ioannem Gymnicum 1600 Kl.8°, 6 Bll., 552 S., 24 Bll. / 2 Bll., 436 S., 22 Bll. / 4 Bll., 200 S., 12 Bll., Pergament-Einband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel. Drei Werke zusammengebunden: Tractatus de Feudis Friderici Schenck ex liberis Baronibus a Tautenberg. / Tractatvs de fevdis D. Francisci Sonsbeccii ... : in qvo non parvm mvlta, ad rem tamen vel imprimis pertinentia, ab aliis scriptoribus passim omissa, partim negligentius tractata . / Sonsbeccius, Franciscus. - Hac editione auctus et locupletior factus allegationibus doctorum .. / Tractatvs De Fevdis Clariss. Et Celeberrimi Ivrisc. D. Vdalrici Zasii ... : in quo Vniversa Fevdorvm Materia Eleganti ac perspicua methodo non minus plenè, quàm compendiosè traditur ; Recens Correctivs Et Emendatius quàm antehac editus ... ; Adiecta sunt summaria & index copiosus Dieser letzte 3. Teil ist 1597 erschienen. Friedrich Schenk von Tautenburg lebte von 1503 bis 1580, Ulrich Zasius lebte von 1461 bis 1536. Die Lebensdaten des Franciscus Sonsbeck sind für mich nicht ermittelbar. Buchrücken mit kleinem Einriss, Buchdeckel etwas aufgebogen, Titel verso gestempelt, Titel mit alter Marginalie, wenige Seiten mit Unterstreichungen. Versand D: 3,00 EUR Feudalrecht

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        Lectionum memorabilium et reconditarum centenarii XVI. 1, Band apart von 2

      Lauingen Reinmichel 1600 Lederband der Zeit, 4°, [18] Blatt, 1012 Seiten Mit Holzschn.-Titelbord. u. 228 Holzschn. v. J. Amman u. J. Lederlein., Aussengelenke teils offen , Einband berieben, Bilder gerne auf Anfrage VD 16, W 4210 // Versand D: 9,00 EUR Johann Wolf 1537-1600

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        Jean Le Clerc 19 engravings Kupferstiche Heiliger Franz von Assisi etchings

      Graphik 1600. (KN 45772) \"D Seraphici Francisci totius Evangelicae Perfectionis Exemplaris Admiranda Historia\" sehr seltene Kupferstich-Folge von 19 (von 20) Kupferstichen von Jean Le Clerc (1587-1633) nach Philipp Galle es fehlt lediglich Tafel 2, welche jedoch keine Abbildung sondern Text enthält!! die Bildfolge ist somit komplett vorhanden! die Tafeln zeigen verschiedene Szenen aus dem Leben des Heiligen Franz von Assisi teils etwas fleckig und gebräunt, eine Tafel mit Randeinriss (ohne Verlust) Blatt-Masse: je ca. 27 x 20 cm very rare series of 19 (of 20) copper-engravings by Jean Le Clerc it lacks plate 2, which had only text and no picture! the picture-series is complete though! some browning and slight staining, with small marginal tear in one plate Original! - Kein Nachdruck! - Keine Kopie! Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Gesamtans., darunter 2 kleine Ansichten von Schloß und Dom, "Toletvm".

      - altkol. Kupferstich v. Hufnagel aus Braun - Hogenberg, um 1600, 37 x 49,5 Restauriert und angerändert.

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        Samo':.

      - Kupferstich b. G. Rosaccio in Venedig, um 1600, 10 x 17,8 Zacharakis, A Catalogue of printed Maps of Greece 1477-1800, vgl. Rosaccio Nr. 2967/1949 - vorliegendes Blatt ohne Titelkopfleiste, Seitenzahl u. Buchstabe. - Zeigt die Insel Samos. - Oben links "62". - Die Karte ohne Rückentext! (hochauflösende Bilder auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - high resolution pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Primaléon]. L'Histoire de Primaléon de Grèce continuant celle de Palmerin d'Olive Empereur de Constantinople son père, naguères tirée tant de l'italien comme de l'espagnol, et mise en nostre vulgaire par François de Vernassal.

      par les héritiers de Benoist Rigaud, A Lyon 1600 - Le Second livre de Primaléon de Grèce, fils de Palmerin d'Olive Empereur de Constantinople, auquel les faicts héroïques et merveilleuses amour d'iceluy sont proprement dépeintes, et naïvement exprimées par une histoire autant belle, profitable et exemplaire, comme elle est plaisante et agréable. Mis en françois par Gabriel Chappuis. A Lyon, par Benoist Rigaud, 1588. Le Troisième livre de Primaléon de Grèce, fils de Palmerin d'Olive Empereur de Constantinople. Auquel les faits héroïques, mariages et merveilleuses amours d'iceluy, sont tant bien déduites et exprimées, que le Lecteur, outre le profit, n'en peut recueillir sinon plaisir et contentement. A Lyon, par Benoist Rigaud, 1587. Le Quatriesme livre de Primaléon de Grèce, fils de Palmerin d'Olive Empereur de Constantinople. Auquel les faits héroïques et les merveilleuses amours du Prince Darinel, yssu du sang de Primaleon de Grèce, et celles de la belle Richarde de Paris, sont proprement dépeinctes, et naïvement exprimées, avec occurences belles, gentilles, et agréables sur toutes autres semblables subjets. Lyon, par les héritiers de Benoist Rigaud, 1597. 4 vol. in-16 de (10)-404-(10) ff. le dernier blanc ; 442-(4) pp. ; 420 pp. (mal chiffrées 426) 10 pp. 1 f. blanc ; 595-(12) pp., maroquin citron, dos ornés à nerfs, pièces de titre et de tomaison en maroquin brun, triple filet doré d'encadrement sur les plats, filets sur les coupes, dentelle intérieure, tranches dorées (reliure du XVIIIe siècle). Précieuse réunion d'éditions lyonnaises formant la série complète de ce célèbre roman de chevalerie, chef d'oeuvre du genre, qui constitua longtemps un modèle. Provenance : Ex-libris Bibliothèque de S.E.M. le Comte François Potocki (1788-1853), dont la bibliothèque se trouve en grande partie au chateau d'Oron. Les livres qui la composent ont été achetés, au moment de leur parution par Hélène Massalska (1763-1815). Elevée à Paris au couvent de l'Abbaye-aux-Bois, elle épouse le prince Charles de Ligne, puis le comte Vincent Potocki. Lectrice passionnée de romans, elle recevait de divers libraires de Paris, de Moscou ou de Saint-Petersbourg toutes les nouveautés. Un inventaire dressé par elle-même vers la fin de sa vie indique 20000 volumes de romans et 20000 volumes précieux. Après son décès, ses héritiers (sa fille Sidonie de Ligne et François Potocki) rapportèrent la bibliothèque dans leur château. C'est là qu'Adolphe Gaiffe, propriétaire d'Oron depuis 1870, en fit l'acquisition. Très bel exemplaire relié en maroquin au XVIIIe siècle. Baudrier III, 454, 408, 399, 450. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Jean Le Clerc 19 engravings Kupferstiche Heiliger Franz von Assisi etchings

      Graphik, 1600 - (KN 45772) "D Seraphici Francisci totius Evangelicae Perfectionis Exemplaris Admiranda Historia" sehr seltene Kupferstich-Folge von 19 (von 20) Kupferstichen von Jean Le Clerc (1587-1633) nach Philipp Galle es fehlt lediglich Tafel 2, welche jedoch keine Abbildung sondern Text enthält!! die Bildfolge ist somit komplett vorhanden! die Tafeln zeigen verschiedene Szenen aus dem Leben des Heiligen Franz von Assisi teils etwas fleckig und gebräunt, eine Tafel mit Randeinriss (ohne Verlust) Blatt-Masse: je ca. 27 x 20 cm very rare series of 19 (of 20) copper-engravings by Jean Le Clerc it lacks plate 2, which had only text and no picture! the picture-series is complete though! some browning and slight staining, with small marginal tear in one plate Original! - Kein Nachdruck! - Keine Kopie! Viele weitere antiquarische Bücher und alte Grafiken in unserem shop! Sprache: Deutsch

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        Trattato di Giovanni De' Neri Pittore Veronese, Della Mutatione dell'Aria secondo Gl'Orti , & Occasi d'alcune Stelle fisse, & pronostici universali, di quello che significano, il nascimento, & cadimento delle sudette Stelle; Quando nascono, o tramontano co'l Sole, & con gli altri pianeti, overo nel quadrato, o opposito loro, ridutte a giorni usuali secondo il computo Gregoriano, sotto la latitudine di gradi XLV. Con un trattato delle mutationi di' Tempi, tolto da molti autori, & traduti di latino in volgare, per commodità d'ogn'uno

      Verona. Tamo. 1600Cm. 22; pp. (8), 32, (16). Cartonato rustico coevo. Marca tipografica al frontespizio. Capilettera incisi. Ottimo esemplare in barbe. Rarissimo trattato della fine del 500, di carattere astronomico e astrologico. Giovanni De Neri fu un pittore a astronomo del Cinquecento (Bologna 1532 - Verona 1605), famoso miniatore di uccelli, realizzò diversi disegni per Ulisse Aldrovandi. RICCARDI 195 (RARO); CANTAMESSA 3115; DE LA LANDE 136 685 / P

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        De imitatione christi

      1600 - De imitatione christi Par Thoma A Kempis Augustoriti Pictonum, 1600 - in-16 relié - 424 p. Traces d'usures sur la reliure, quelques taches sur certaines pages, tampons sur la page de garde, écritures sur la page de titre. Reliure d'époque en peau. Texte latin avec en regard une traduction grecque. Table : Admodun reverendo in christo patri ac domino ; Henricus sommalius ; Et contemtu omnium vanitatum mundi ; De interna conversatione; De interna christi lacutione, ad animam fidelem ; Deuota exhortatie, ad sacram communionem. Très bon état. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Ducum Brabantiae chronica, item Brabantiados poema Melchioris Barlaei: iconibus nunc primum illustrata, aere ac studio Ioan. Bapt. Vrienti: opera quoque nob. viri Antoni de Succa. Ad serenissimos principes Albertum et Isabellam Brabantiae duces.

      - Antwerpen, J. Moretus, 1600. Drukkersvignet + gegraveerd wapen van Albert en Isabella + 1 uitslaande kaart van graafschap Brabant + 36 gegraveerde afbeeldingen van de hertogen van Brabant. Perkament. Gr. 4to. (XVI), 192, 48, (2) pp. *iets los in de band; enkele oude inktstrepen op de schutbladen; papier hier en daar licht roestvlekkig en wat gebruind; oude tekst onderzijde boekblok; enkele kleine gaatjes in voorplat, mooi exemplaar* 'Hadrianus (Adrianus) Barlandus (Adriaan van Baarland), Baarland (Zuid-Beveland), 28 september 1486 - Leuven, 15 oktober 1538. Barlandus kreeg in Gent zijn eerste opleiding en studeerde vervolgens in Leuven, waarna hij tot priester werd gewijd. Na een onprofijtelijk jaar als hoogleraar Latijn voorzag hij in zijn levensonderhoud door jongens van gegoede komaf op te leiden voor de academische studie. Naast zijn historische werk verrichtte hij nog arbeid op literair en filologisch gebied'. E.O.G. Haitsma Mulier. G.A.C. van der Lem. Repertorium van geschiedschrijvers in Nederland 1500-1800. Den Haag, 1990, pp. 21-22. Het gegraveerde wapen is van P.van de Borcht. De 36 gravures zijn van P. Galle naar Antonio de Succa. Dit is deceerste geïllustreerde editie van deze kroniek. De eerste editie verscheen te Antwerpen in 1526. [Attributes: First Edition]

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