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2018-09-27 16:28:11
1600. Please see Pictures and ask any specific questions on condition before buying. Thanks !. Great Condition all around Please see Pictures and ask any specific questions on condition before buying. Thanks !.
Bookseller: Old Town Restoration Home Goods [Columbus, Ohio, US]
2018-09-27 13:58:17
anonymous
I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. A rare, 17th-century handwritten manuscript. This work is a collection of treatises on and relating to law with various topics such as canonic and episcopal law as well as extensive sections on civil law. Parts of this book cover marital and matrimonial law and property collections. In addition to the desirable contents of this book, the tome is bound in 15th-century manuscript vellum. It is decorated with illuminated Gregorian chant and music notes. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-09-26 09:56:26
Xi Zhu
Fukien, China: Yeh Nan-sung-t'ang, 1600.
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [Saint Paul, Minnesota, US]
2018-09-26 08:11:11
Ander Theil
For a condition report of this listing, please view our item description and photos below. Please contact us with any inquiries or questions. Description: Ander Theil, Georgen Scherers von Schwatz/ der Societet IESV Theologi Ander Zheil, Begreifft neben einem außführlichen und der zeit hochnützlichen Catechismo ein und sibentzig Predigen von underschidlichen Materien...Gedruckt im Kloster Brust Prämonstratenser Ordens / in Mähren 1600. Published Moravia, 1600. Embossed vellum covers, small panel with figure, raised bands, hand written title on spine. Bronze mounts. Red stained edges. 8.5lbs Martin of London, Los Angeles, CA Measures Approx., 8.75" x 13" x 4" Condition: Some age related soiling, scratches, edge wear, bumped corners. Loss to top edge of spine. Some wormholes. Splitting at hinge, loss to end paper and fly leaves up to title page. All other pages tight. Slight foxing in areas. some written notations. A few bruises on edges. Working straps, missing piece of metal plate on the reverse. We have a fine selection of quality items for sale at Amphora Art & Antiques. International as well as domestic customers are welcome - please contact us with questions regarding shipping or listings, and we will assist you quickly. All items can be inspected in-person or are available for pickup from our large Gardena warehouse with no additional fee or charge. The authenticity of all items listed are guaranteed to be as represented - all efforts are taken to ensure accurate and descriptive condition reports and photographs. We reserve the right to use another shipping carrier oth … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: amphora_art_antiques [Gardena, California, US]
2018-09-25 17:50:19
William Cornwallis
Essayes. Cornwallis, Sir William London, 1600 First edition of Part One, 12mo, woodcut device on title, one of two final blank leaves present, bound in full olive morocco by Mounteney, tooled in gilt, all edges gilt, in a custom half morocco box, 4 3/4 x 2 1/2in. A gorgeous copy of a very rare book - including this one, only 4 unique copies appear in sales records. Fine. Part Two was released in 1601 - Essayes was possibly originally intended as one book rather than two individual parts. This copy also possesses a distinguished provenance. Ex-Philip Bliss, Registrar of the University of Oxford from 1824 to 1853, whose books were sold in 1858. Ex-William A. White, noted turn of the century collector of early English books. Finally, Ex-Knohls with their bookplate from the Fox Pointe Manor collection. Two contemporary names, "Matt Perin his Booke" and "Edwd Gower, Taunton" on the title-page. "This volume of essays is of more importance in the history of the English essay than its intrinsic literary worth would seem to justify...it introduces the personal reminiscence and self-revelation which later became so characteristic of the essay."(Scribner) "Like Montaigne's, the essays of Cornwallis have the improvisatory, digressive, and eclectic character of the letter of private journal; they are by turns self-referential, confiding, and speculative in manner. His subjects include such standard essay topics as love, ambition, praise, youth, fame, vanity, and fortune."(Tudor England: An Encyclopedia) A special copy of an absolute landmark book - the manner in which we communicate our … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: annirocbooks [Pasadena, California, US]
2018-09-19 17:26:15
GILBERT, William.
London: Peter Short, 1600. First edition. First edition of "the first major English scientific treatise based on experimental methods of research. Gilbert was chiefly concerned with magnetism; but as a digression he discusses in his second book the attractive effect of amber (electrum), and thus may be regarded as the founder of electrical science. He coined the terms 'electricity,' 'electric force' and 'electric attraction.' His 'versorium', a short needle balanced on a sharp point to enable it to move freely, is the first instrument designed for the study of electrical phenomena, serving both as an electroscope and electrometer. He contended that the earth was one great magnet; he distinguished magnetic mass from weight; and he worked on the application of terrestrial magnetism to navigation. Gilbert's book influenced Kepler, Bacon, Boyle, Newton and, in particular, Galileo, who used his theories [in the Dialogo] to support his own proof of the correctness of the findings of Copernicus in cosmology" (PMM). "Gilbert provided the only fully developed theory ... and the first comprehensive discussion of magnetism since the thirteenth century Letter on the Magnet of Peter Peregrinus" (DSB). Although this book does appear with some regularity on the market, copies such as ours in fine condition and in untouched contemporary bindings are rare. "During the fifteenth century the widespread interest in navigation had focused much attention on the compass. Since at that time the orientation of the magnetic needle was explained by an alignment of the magnetic poles with the poles o … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SOPHIA RARE BOOKS [Denmark]
2018-09-15 16:04:38
[Livy] T. Livivs of Padua (trans. Philemon Holland)
London: Adam Islip, 1600. First English Language Edition. Folio (pages 209 x 304 mm), collates [10], 804, 809-1351, 1354-1403, [1, to the reader], [39, index], [1, errata], [1, blank]: lacking preliminary blank, else complete with the typical errors in pagination. With woodcut portraits of Queen Elizabeth and Titus Livius. Bound in early calf with red morocco spine label lettered in gilt. Front board rubbed and spine chipped. Worming at inner margin from title to C5 and again from Aaaaa3 to Ffffff6 mostly not affecting text. Small holes in K3 and Tttt6 barely affecting text. Closed tear at outer margin of Bbbbb4 not affecting text. Overall a very good, clean copy. "Though Livy's research must have been voluminous...his information is often inaccurate, and his facts are sometimes self-contradictory. Yet scientific history was not his primary objective. He wished to hold up to his countrymen the great panorama of their past, to recall to them the glories of their ancestors, and to urge them to abandon their decadent ways. In this sense his aim was similar to that of Virgil in his Aeneid. Livy's style is one of political rhetorical brilliance, and the speeches he puts in the mouths of historical personagesare masterful both as oratory and as character analysis" (Benet). Indeed, the Latin text had been used for over a century to educate Renaissance school boys in effective oratory and was believed to help young men develop into responsible citizens. This first appearance in English made Livy available to a much wider public. ESTC S114001. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books [USA]
2018-09-14 06:54:25
ARISTOTE [ARISTOTLE, ARISTOTELES] + PLATON [PLATO]. - [FIRST FULL FRENCH TRANSLATIONS OF ARISTOTLE'S POLITICS & PLATO'S REPUBLIC]
Paris, Chez Ambroise Drouart, 1600. Folio. Bound in one contemporary full limp vellum binding with a bit of spotting and soiling. Contemporary owner's name torn out of top margin of first title-page. Faint damp stain to two first leaves and a light dampstain to last ab. 40 leaves of the Plato, getting heavier on the last five index-leaves. A bit of occasional minor light brownspotting. All in all a very attractive copy, with good margins. Roman and Italic letter, and some Greek. Title-pages printed in red and black and with large woodcut printer's devices. Woodcut head- and tail-pieces and numerous beautiful woodcut initials. (24), 499, (41, -tables) pp. + (8), 420, (10, -table) pp. ¶ Extremely scarce first editions of the important first complete French translations of the Politics of Aristotle and the Republic of Plato. We have not been able to locate any earlier printings of the two works in any bibliographies, nor have we been able to find any in the library databases, but it seems that Bibliothèque nationale du France owns a copy of at least the Aristotle with a title-page stating 1599, also Paris by Drouart. We thus assume that this is the same printing, but with a variant title-page. <br><br>Both of these monumental works are translated by Louis Le Roy (or Leroy), the great classical scholar, and have his learned an important commentaries, including additions and amendments by Louis Morel, who published the work with Drouart. For many many years this first complete translation in to French was considered by far the best and it exercised a tremendous influence on 17t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lynge & Son [Denmark]
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2018-08-29 15:33:09
Dilich, Wilhelm.
Kassel, Wilhelm Wessel, 1600. 8vo. (15), 194 (instead of 195), (2) ff. Title printed in red and black. With 3 engraved maps, 13 (instead of 33) views (but 1 torn through, lacking half the view), and 27 costume and portrait woodcuts in the text. Modern vellum with giltstamped spine title, re-using the remains of the original blindstamped 17th century pigskin covers, stamped "IHD" and dated 1602. Marbled endpapers. Very rare first edition of this famous chronicle by the versatile German historian, draughtsman and civil engineer Wilhelm Dilich (or Scheffer, 1571-1650), with descriptions of the principal towns and rulers. The "views and plans appear mostly to have been made from the author's original drawings; the are very cleanly engraved and far superior to the mass-produced town views familiar from the late 16th century" (cf. Apponyi). The present volume lacks a substantial number of the views as compared to the list of plates bound at the end, but includes Kosice, Liptószentmiklós ("St. Nikolaus", wanting the right half), Gyula, Tokaj, Szikszó, Pannonhalma ("Martinsberg"), Zsámbék, Hatvan, Timisoara and others. Several ink annotations by a contemporary hand. The woodcut illustrations show the Hungarian estates and soldiers in their costumes, such as hussars, townsmen and farmers. - Wants fol. 17 (part of the description of Székesfehérvár as well as the plate), with the index annotated by the 17th century owner: "car[iren] 2 blat, außgerissen von eim schelmen" ("wants two leaves, torn away by a scoundrel"). 19th century Hungarian note of costs for book and binding on the fly … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2018-08-26 20:41:24
Matteo FLORIMI
1600. Rara veduta prospettiva della città di Parma, orientata a sud, indicato erroneamente a est, e corredata da una legenda con 82 siti principali della città. Sulla tavola è presente una duplice notazione: in basso a destra, Matteo Florimi for.[mis] i [n] Siena, mentre nella pianta, all'esterno della cinta muraria, sul lato sinistro, si legge Marcelli Clodij for.[mis]. Sono noti esemplari al Gabinetto delle Stampe degli Uffizi, Biblioteca Augusta di Perugia, Biblioteca Nazionale di Roma e alla Biblioteca Nazionale di Francia. Incisione in rame, rifilata al rame con margini coevi aggiunti, restauri ricostruttivi agli angoli superiori. Van der Heyden p. 126, 35; Bella, Cartografia Rara, 98. Dimensioni 465 350mm
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2018-08-26 20:40:37
Matteo FLORIMI (1581-1613)
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. Van der Heyden p. 123, 22.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2018-08-23 10:34:30
(Franzini or Francini, Girolamo)
1600. (v), 364 pp. volume comprising two parts in one volume, the first part containing brief descriptions of the churches of Rome, many accompanied by a small woodcut illustration of the church façade, with seven highlighted as the most important, a list of stations held at the churches throughout the year, a list of Popes throughout history, and a list of the various parishes throughout the city, the second part with a description of antiquities and important structures throughout Rome, including temples, arcs, sculptures, obelisks, amphitheaters, baths, and sepulchers, many accompanied by small woodcut illustrations, and a full chronology of kings and princes throughout history, indices, two-color frontispiece. Illustrated profusely throughout. Some very minor scattered foxing and toning. 16mo. Old vellum, some soiling, toning, minor cracking along spine. Rome (Franzini/Fei & Fracchetti) 1600. Rossetti G-528, Borroni 7985, Fossati Bellani 676, Kissner 917, Olschki 17140, Schudt 94, Sicari 132. Provenance: From the library of Sergio Rossetti. First published under this title in 1541 according to Rossetti, this edition, presumably published to coincide with the Jubilee proclaimed by Pope Clement VIII, makes important additions to the earlier versions including Parisio's supplement and an increase in the number of illustrations from 143 to 190.
Bookseller: F.A. Bernett Books [U.S.A.]
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2018-08-18 07:27:07
MISSAL, Roman.
Paris: the Associated Booksellers to the Church (apud Societatem Typographicam Librorum Officii Ecclesiastici), 1600. Folio (362 x 245 mm). Collation: ã6 ê6 î4 (i4 blank) õ6 ũ6 ãã6 êê4; A-Z Aa-Yy6. [38], 228, 42 leaves. Double column, printed in red and black, double rule page-borders throughout. 57 pages with printed music (staves red-printed). Woodcut title illustration of Saints Peter and Paul, seven full-page woodcuts (the first in two blocks: a woodcut border and small Annunciation cut), five small woodcut vignettes including two repeats, and approximately 368 historiated initials in various sizes and from various series. Small tear to corner of title-leaf, occasional foxing, very occasional offsetting of red ink, small stains in gutters in quire O, finger-soiling in Canon (quire X), small rust-hole in f. 212 (NN2) affecting 3 letters, last few leaves with narrow marginal dampstain and slight creasing to upper fore-corners. Bound in contemporary French gold-tooled and -stamped light brown goatskin, covers paneled with double fillets, inner panel with fleurons at outer corners, inner corners with large stamp of leafy branches emerging from a small medallion with winged cherub's head, large central oval medallion of the Crucifixion on upper cover and Annunciation on lower cover, smooth spine (with recessed cords) decorated with overall double fillet panel with tiny fleurons at corners, gilt edges, plain endpapers, remains of numerous fore-edge tabs in paper, pale green or pink silk, and black silk for the Mass for the Dead. Corners bumped, slight wear, front cover slight … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Musinsky Rare Books [USA]
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2018-08-15 07:32:41
MISSAL, Roman.
Paris: the Associated Booksellers to the Church (apud Societatem Typographicam Librorum Officii Ecclesiastici), 1600. Folio (362 x 245 mm). Collation: ã6 ê6 î4 (i4 blank) õ6 ũ6 ãã6 êê4; A-Z Aa-Yy6. [38], 228, 42 leaves. Double column, printed in red and black, double rule page-borders throughout. 57 pages with printed music (staves red-printed). Woodcut title illustration of Saints Peter and Paul, seven full-page woodcuts (the first in two blocks: a woodcut border and small Annunciation cut), five small woodcut vignettes including two repeats, and approximately 368 historiated initials in various sizes and from various series. Small tear to corner of title-leaf, occasional foxing, very occasional offsetting of red ink, small stains in gutters in quire O, finger-soiling in Canon (quire X), small rust-hole in f. 212 (NN2) affecting 3 letters, last few leaves with narrow marginal dampstain and slight creasing to upper fore-corners. Bound in contemporary French gold-tooled and -stamped light brown goatskin, covers paneled with double fillets, inner panel with fleurons at outer corners, inner corners with large stamp of leafy branches emerging from a small medallion with winged cherub's head, large central oval medallion of the Crucifixion on upper cover and Annunciation on lower cover, smooth spine (with recessed cords) decorated with overall double fillet panel with tiny fleurons at corners, gilt edges, plain endpapers, remains of numerous fore-edge tabs in paper, pale green or pink silk, and black silk for the Mass for the Dead. Corners bumped, slight wear, front cover slight … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Musinsky Rare Books [USA]
2018-08-15 07:20:44
MISSAL, Roman.
Paris: the Associated Booksellers to the Church (apud Societatem Typographicam Librorum Officii Ecclesiastici), 1600. Folio (362 x 245 mm). Collation: ã6 ê6 î4 (i4 blank) õ6 ũ6 ãã6 êê4; A-Z Aa-Yy6. [38], 228, 42 leaves. Double column, printed in red and black, double rule page-borders throughout. 57 pages with printed music (staves red-printed). Woodcut title illustration of Saints Peter and Paul, seven full-page woodcuts (the first in two blocks: a woodcut border and small Annunciation cut), five small woodcut vignettes including two repeats, and approximately 368 historiated initials in various sizes and from various series. Small tear to corner of title-leaf, occasional foxing, very occasional offsetting of red ink, small stains in gutters in quire O, finger-soiling in Canon (quire X), small rust-hole in f. 212 (NN2) affecting 3 letters, last few leaves with narrow marginal dampstain and slight creasing to upper fore-corners. Bound in contemporary French gold-tooled and -stamped light brown goatskin, covers paneled with double fillets, inner panel with fleurons at outer corners, inner corners with large stamp of leafy branches emerging from a small medallion with winged cherub's head, large central oval medallion of the Crucifixion on upper cover and Annunciation on lower cover, smooth spine (with recessed cords) decorated with overall double fillet panel with tiny fleurons at corners, gilt edges, plain endpapers, remains of numerous fore-edge tabs in paper, pale green or pink silk, and black silk for the Mass for the Dead. Corners bumped, slight wear, front cover slight … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Musinsky Rare Books [USA]
2018-08-12 21:01:58
Ortelius, Abraham
Antwerp: Ortelius. Book. Folio-over 12-15" tall. Large map with early hand coloring. Measures 17 3/8" x 14 3/4" inches. From the circa 1600 Latin edition of Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. Very good condition with minor toning, a few small marginal tears repaired, and large margins except an eight of an inch trimmed from one side. There is minor browning and minor adhesive residue to the edges of some margins. The dark green original coloring has offset onto the reverse page as they faced each other in the atlas. One small area near the center fold at the bottom of the map with minor touch-up recoloring. Very good condition. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Kurt Gippert Bookseller ABAA [Chicago, IL, U.S.A.]
2018-08-12 20:59:29
Ortelius, Abraham
Antwerp: Ortelius. Book. Folio-over 12-15" tall. Large map with early hand coloring. Measures 17 3/8" x 14 3/4" inches. From the circa 1600 Latin edition of Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. Very good condition with minor toning, a few small marginal tears repaired, and large margins except an eight of an inch trimmed from one side. There is minor browning and minor adhesive residue to the edges of some margins. The dark green original coloring has offset onto the reverse page as they faced each other in the atlas. One small area near the center fold at the bottom of the map with minor touch-up recoloring. Very good condition. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Kurt Gippert Bookseller (ABAA) [U.S.A.]
2018-08-11 18:49:09
Medicine] Ponce de Santa Cruz, Antonio.
Doctor to the Kings of Spain, expert on mental illnesses and the treatment of fevers during the epidemic of Valladolid. 1600. Valladolid. Pedro de Merchan Calderon. 8vo (140 x 94 mm). 1 [blank], 16 ff., 141 ff., 1 ff., 1 [blank]. Contemporary limp vellum, spine lettered in ink. Clean restoration to title, otherwise a fine copy. 8,000 $ First edition; extremely rare work published on the occasion of the epidemic suffered in Spain at the beginning of the 17th century, particularly in Valladolid: “Ponce de Santa Cruz fue el primero en reconocer el caracter pestilencial del morbo; su opinion la rebatieron otros medicos vallisoletanos y ello impidió se adoptaran a tiempo medidas preventivas; en su obra describe la organización de la lucha contra la pestilencia, expone la variedad de síntomas que ocasionaba el mal y el diverso modo de morir los afectados por la peste” (Granjel, Historia General de la medicina española, p. 181). Ponce de Santa Cruz (1561 - 1632), son of cartographer Alonzo de Santa Cruz, was court physician to Philip III and Philip IV of Spain and professor at the University of Valladolid. Deemed an expert in mental illnesses, he was put in charge of Prince Carlos, son of Philip II. He was interested in lycanthropy and also in the role love as a cause of madness. Provenance: inscription of A. Rodríguez Moñino “Con los mejores deseos para 1955”. Palau 231046; Morejon, IV, 172-185. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: HS Rare Books [Capital Federal, CAP, Argentina]
2018-08-03 20:48:09
SPRENGER, Jakob, Heinrich Kramer, Johannes Nider, Bernard Basin; Ulrich Molitoris; Girolamo Menghi; John Gerson; Thomas Murner; Felix Hemmerlin; Bartolomeo Spina.
Wolfgang Richter for Nicolaus Bass / Nicolai Bassaei, Francofurti / Frankfurt. Hardcover. 2 Volumes in 1. Squat, thick Octavo (approx. 6.5 x 5.75 inches). Vol. I; [xvi], 806pp [xxxviii - Index & colophon], Vol. II; [ii blank] + [viii], 704pp [xxiv - Index & colophon]. Contemporary blindstamped pigskin over wooden boards, brass clasps (one lacking). Each volume with separate title page. Numerous woodcut initials, head and tail pieces throughout. The rare and important fourth Frankfurt edition of the "Malleus Maleficarum," one of the most infamous books in history which became known as the "Bible of witch-hunting." The work was of course widely referred to throughout the European witch trials, and this particular edition was issued at a time when the witch-hunts in France, Germany, and Switzerland were still in full swing, and there is no doubt that copies of this printing helped seal the fate of many of the unfortunate accused. This 1600 edition included not just the "Malleus Maleficarum" but also a collection of other significant demonological texts. The first volume comprises the "Malleus Maleficarum" itself, plus extracts from the "Formicarius" of Johannes Nider (originally the second book ever printed to discuss witchcraft, along with discussions of ghosts, apparitions, devils, etc.). The second volume contains nine demonological treatises: Bernard Basin, "De artibus magicis ac magorum malificiis"; Ulrich Molitor, "Dialogum de lamiis et pytonicis muliéribus"; Girolamo Menghi, "Flagellum Daemonum"; John Gerson, "De probatione Spirituum"; Thomas Murner, "De Pythonico contr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Weiser Antiquarian Books, Inc. [Cape Neddick, ME, U.S.A.]
2018-08-03 16:18:14
Österreich - Nieder- und Oberösterreich
Antwerpen, Ortelius, ca. 1600. "Die Karten basierten auf den besten verfügbaren Vorlagen jener Epoche. Sie entsprachen mit ihrem betont dekorativen und bildhaften Charakter ganz dem aesthetischen Geschmack der Renaissance." (Wawrik, Berühmte Atlanten p. 64). - Minimalste Papierdurchdrüche. *** /// *** Copyright: Matthaeus Truppe - Stubenberggasse 7 - A-8010 Graz - Tel. +43 316 829552 *** /// *** Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 0
Bookseller: Matthäus Truppe [Austria]
2018-07-31 23:22:37
TAVERNER, John
William Ponsonby, London, 1600. Printer's woodcut device on title, woodcut initials, printed mostly in blackletter, A1 and F4 blanks both present. Later red morocco, bound by Riviere, covers panelled in gilt, spine lettered in gilt, marbled endpapers, gilt edges. Housed in a red chemise and red morocco backed box. Provenance: Henrick Cunliffe (bookplate); Arthur Howard Thompson (bookplate) Rare first edition: a noted early English practical contribution to angling and horticultural literature. Taverner's only publication, based on his experiments in stocking a fish pond and cultivating apples and pears. "Good Reader," Taverner begins, "in seeking to shun that monster idleness, and having a desire by all honest means possible, to benefit this my native countrie of England, and finding my abilitie otherwise insufficient to performe the same, I have thought good to set down some experiments that my selfe have had concerning fish and fruite." Taverner was the son of Roger Taverner, surveyor general of the King's woods south of the Trent, and he succeeded his father to that position. Much of his work is devoted to the making of fish-ponds, the breeding of fish, and the best baits for catching them, but the second part provides directions for planting orchards and cultivating fruit trees. The work is very rare and unknown to much of the usual horticultural literature, including Henrey, Hunt, Oak Spring Pomona, etc. STC records but four known copies (not including the present). This example, complete with both integral front and rear blanks, from the celebrated library of Henry Cu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA) [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-07-29 07:51:25
In-8. 2 parties. 8pp. 1f. pp. 9 à 32. Cartonnage moderne genre ancien. Edition Originale (et seule) de ce poème mystique anonyme où dialoguent sur le personnage de Sylvie (peut-être imaginaire, symbolisant la fusion de l'âme dans l'absolu de l'amour de Dieu ?), "Célize" et "Caritte", ses sœurs. Ce poème fut peut-être inspirée par la figure féminine de Marie Félicie Orisini, duchesse de Montmorency (1600-1666), surnommée Sylvie, célèbre pour la vie mystique, détachée du monde, où elle s'était enfermée après l'exécution de son mari par Richelieu en 1632. Dans sa jeunesse, sa beauté avait été chantée par Théophile de Viau et par Jean de Mairet qui composa pour elle deux tragi-comédies pastorales: "La Sylvie" (1628) et "La Silvanire, ou la morte-vive" (1631). La "Maison de Sylvie" dans le parc du château de Chantilly, bâtie pour elle par son mari Henri II de Montmorency, existe toujours. Cet ouvrage ne semble pas décrit. Il manque aux bibliothèqueds américaines et en France seule la bibliothèque de l'Arsenal en garde un exemplaire. Déchirure sans perte à l'angle d'un feuillet, taches sur quelques feuillets.
Bookseller: L'Ile Enchantée [France, Paris]
2018-07-18 06:33:59
QUAD, Matthias.
Cologne: Johann Bussemacher, 1600, German text edition. 220 x 310mm. Ireland, engraved by Johann Bussemacher after Ortelius for Quad's 'Fasciculus Geographicus Complectens', with an oval portrait of Queen Elizabeth I.
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [London, United Kingdom]
2018-07-18 06:33:59
QUAD, Matthias.
Cologne: Johann Bussemacher, 1600, German text edition. 220 x 285mm. Russia, engraved by Johann Bussemacher after Ortelius for Quad's 'Fasciculus Geographicus Complectens'.
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [London, United Kingdom]
2018-07-18 06:33:59
QUAD, Matthias.
Cologne: Johann Bussemacher, 1600, German text edition. 220 x 285mm. A fine dark impression. Asia, engraved by Johann Bussemacher after Ortelius for Quad's 'Fasciculus Geographicus Complectens'. This is one of the first European maps to show and name the Philippines.
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [London, United Kingdom]
2018-07-18 06:33:59
QUAD, Matthias.
Cologne: Johann Bussemacher, 1600, German text edition. 215 x 295mm. Fine dark impression. Cyprus, engraved by Johann Bussemacher after Ortelius for Quad's 'Fasciculus Geographicus Complectens'. Two inset Latin-text boxes give a history and description of the island. BAYNTON-WILLIAMS: Cyprus 44; STYLIANOU: 92; BANK OF CYPRUS CULTURAL FOUNDATION: 47.
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [London, United Kingdom]
2018-07-15 06:19:27
Al-Wardi, Siraj al-Din 'Umar ibn.
[Ottoman provinces, ca 1600]. Small folio (215 x 285 mm). Arabic and Ottoman Turkish manuscript on paper, 246 ff. 21 lines of black naskh per page (text area 23 x 13 cm), with section titles in red; fol. 1r with an elaborately calligraphed title in black and red, ff. 1v-2r with red, green and gilt frames; ff. 2v-3r with an illuminated world map and fol. 27r with a coloured, marginal illustration of a nilometer in cross-section, and f. 51v with a diagram of the Ka'aba in red and black. Contemporary morocco binding with fore-edge flap, gilt-tooled and blind-stamped, with manuscript Arabic title to lower edge. Pink-dyed European endpapers watermarked with a six-point star and the letters AF. 19th-c. linen pasted over the original binding. An unusually large and attractive copy of the 15th-century cosmographical compilation most often ascribed to Siraj al-Din 'Umar ibn al-Wardi. His authorship and the manner of the text's composition remain a subject of scholarly research, but it was a popular text in the Ottoman world, much copied, and translated into Turkish repeatedly. Its popularity has led to a tangled series of recensions, with different copies incorporating various different elements from the text. While some copies omit the historical and eschatological sections, ours contains all the expected sections. The text notes the world, its regions, seas, cities, rivers, and mountains. Plants and animals are also described and their various properties enumerated. The final, brief sections provide a set of capsule histories and, lastly, a description of the sayings and deeds of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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2018-07-09 20:58:23
Hans Burgkmair der Ältere (1473-1531), Augsburger Maler, Zeichner und Holzschneider zugeschrieben
ohne Orts- und Verlagsangabe, 1600. Original-Kupferstich auf rückseitig unbedrucktem Büttenblatt mit dekorativ abgesetztem Plattenrand, Plattenrand ca. 19 x 22 cm, Blattgröße ca. 29 x 33 cm, von alter Hand prächtig koloriert und gouachiert, bemwerkenswert gut erhalten 2100 gr. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: historicArt Antiquariat & Kunsthandlung [Wiesbaden-Breckenheim, Germany]
2018-07-05 06:27:14
ARISTOTE [ARISTOTLE, ARISTOTELES] + PLATON [PLATO]. - [FIRST FULL FRENCH TRANSLATIONS OF ARISTOTLE'S POLITICS & PLATO'S REPUBLIC]
Paris, Chez Ambroise Drouart, 1600. Folio. Bound in one contemporary full limp vellum binding with a bit of spotting and soiling. Contemporary owner's name torn out of top margin of first title-page. Faint damp stain to two first leaves and a light dampstain to last ab. 40 leaves of the Plato, getting heavier on the last five index-leaves. A bit of occasional minor light brownspotting. All in all a very attractive copy, with good margins. Roman and Italic letter, and some Greek. Title-pages printed in red and black and with large woodcut printer's devices. Woodcut head- and tail-pieces and numerous beautiful woodcut initials. (24), 499, (41, -tables) pp. + (8), 420, (10, -table) pp. ¶ Extremely scarce first editions of the important first complete French translations of the Politics of Aristotle and the Republic of Plato. We have not been able to locate any earlier printings of the two works in any bibliographies, nor have we been able to find any in the library databases, but it seems that Bibliothèque nationale du France owns a copy of at least the Aristotle with a title-page stating 1599, also Paris by Drouart. We thus assume that this is the same printing, but with a variant title-page. Both of these monumental works are translated by Louis Le Roy (or Leroy), the great classical scholar, and have his learned an important commentaries, including additions and amendments by Louis Morel, who published the work with Drouart. For many many years this first complete translation in to French was considered by far the best and it exercised a tremendous influence on 17th century … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [DK]
2018-07-04 06:40:00
BARONIO Cesare.
Apud Hæredem Hieronymi Scoti, Venetiis, 1600. Dei dodici volumi che compongono l'Opera sono disponibili solo i Tomi I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, XI. Testo latino. Cm.33,3x21,3. Pg.(100), carta bianca, 540; (12), 588; (72); (8), 604, (72; (8), 540, (64); (8), 520, (76); (72), 536; (60), 524; (8), 632, (76); (88), 568. Buone legature in piena pergamena rigida con titoli manoscritti ai dorsi a tre nervature. Doppio frontespizio al primo volume, il primo riccamente figurato a piena pagina con al piede il motto "In petra exaltavit me, et nunc exaltavit caput meum super inimicos", il secondo con marca calcografica con le tre Grazie in un palmeto ed il motto "Virtus in omni re dominatur", quest'ultimo ripetuto in tutti i volumi. Capilettera, cartigli e fregi ornamentali. Alcuni restauri cartacei d'epoca ai frontespizi. Il quarto tomo è privo del foglio di guardia anteriore e delle ultime 47 carte. Coperta staccata al quinto tomo. Svariati medaglioni incisi nel testo. Opera purtroppo incompleta, ma in buone condizioni di conservazione. "Gli "Annales Ecclesiastici" (titolo completo "Annales ecclesiastici a Christo nato ad annum 1198") sono una storia dei primi dodici secoli della Chiesa cristiana, scritti dal cardinale Cesare Baronio (Sora, 1538-1607), composta da dodici volumi in folio. Fu pubblicata la prima volta tra il 1588 e il 1607 come una risposta alla "Historia Ecclesiae Christi" luterana, in cui i teologi di Magdeburgo esaminavano la storia della chiesa al fine di dimostrare come la Chiesa cattolica rappresentava l'Anticristo, ed aveva deviato dalle credenze e dal … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: studio bibliografico pera s.a.s. [LUCCA, Italy]
2018-07-04 06:26:50
Al-Wardi, Siraj al-Din 'Umar ibn.
1600. Small folio (215 x 285 mm). Arabic and Ottoman Turkish manuscript on paper, 246 ff. 21 lines of black naskh per page (text area 23 x 13 cm), with section titles in red; fol. 1r with an elaborately calligraphed title in black and red, ff. 1v-2r with red, green and gilt frames; ff. 2v-3r with an illuminated world map and fol. 27r with a coloured, marginal illustration of a nilometer in cross-section, and f. 51v with a diagram of the Ka'aba in red and black. Contemporary morocco binding with fore-edge flap, gilt-tooled and blind-stamped, with manuscript Arabic title to lower edge. Pink-dyed European endpapers watermarked with a six-point star and the letters AF. 19th-c. linen pasted over the original binding. An unusually large and attractive copy of the 15th-century cosmographical compilation most often ascribed to Siraj al-Din 'Umar ibn al-Wardi. His authorship and the manner of the text's composition remain a subject of scholarly research, but it was a popular text in the Ottoman world, much copied, and translated into Turkish repeatedly. Its popularity has led to a tangled series of recensions, with different copies incorporating various different elements from the text. While some copies omit the historical and eschatological sections, ours contains all the expected sections. The text notes the world, its regions, seas, cities, rivers, and mountains. Plants and animals are also described and their various properties enumerated. The final, brief sections provide a set of capsule histories and, lastly, a description of the sayings and deeds of the Prophet and his comp … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [AT]
2018-06-29 06:01:17
Sanson Nicolas ( 1600 - 1667 ) Paris
Artist: Sanson Nicolas ( - 1667 ) Paris; issued in: Paris; date: ca 1640, 1600. technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; - condition: Tear external margin perfectly restored; size (in cm): 39,5 x 55; - description: Map of island of Kreta (Candia) with the city Iraklio (former Candia), Inseln Milos, Stampalia, Santorini, Gavdos, decorative title cartouche.
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2018-06-29 06:01:17
Sanson Nicolas, (1600 - 1667) Paris
Artist: Sanson Nicolas ( - 1667) Paris; issued in: Paris; date: ca 1650. - technic: Copper print; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 39 x 55,5; - description: Decorative map of the continent of Africa with a title cartouche. The map shows the Atlantic ocean and ist islands its islands and the Indian ocean with Madagascar. - vita of the artist: Nicolas Sanson (1600?1667) 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 Condé. 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 géographie ancienne and Atlas britannique; and the Catalogue des cartes et livres de géographie de Sanson (1702).
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2018-06-29 06:01:17
Sanson/ Jaillot, Charles Hubert Nicolas ( 1600 - 1667 ) Paris
Artist: Sanson/ Jaillot Charles Hubert Nicolas ( - 1667 ) Paris; issued in: Paris; date: ca 1696, 1600. technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; - condition: Very good; size (in cm): 57 x 87; - description: map of Asia
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2018-06-23 06:22:38
Dilich, Wilhelm.
1600. 8vo. (15), 194 (instead of 195), (2) ff. Title printed in red and black. With 3 engraved maps, 13 (instead of 33) views (but 1 torn through, lacking half the view), and 27 costume and portrait woodcuts in the text. Modern vellum with giltstamped spine title, re-using the remains of the original blindstamped 17th century pigskin covers, stamped "IHD" and dated 1602. Marbled endpapers. Very rare first edition of this famous chronicle by the versatile German historian, draughtsman and civil engineer Wilhelm Dilich (or Scheffer, 1571-1650), with descriptions of the principal towns and rulers. The "views and plans appear mostly to have been made from the author's original drawings; the are very cleanly engraved and far superior to the mass-produced town views familiar from the late 16th century" (cf. Apponyi). The present volume lacks a substantial number of the views as compared to the list of plates bound at the end, but includes Kosice, Liptószentmiklós ("St. Nikolaus", wanting the right half), Gyula, Tokaj, Szikszó, Pannonhalma ("Martinsberg"), Zsámbék, Hatvan, Timisoara and others. Several ink annotations by a contemporary hand. The woodcut illustrations show the Hungarian estates and soldiers in their costumes, such as hussars, townsmen and farmers. - Wants fol. 17 (part of the description of Székesfehérvár as well as the plate), with the index annotated by the 17th century owner: "car[iren] 2 blat, außgerissen von eim schelmen" ("wants two leaves, torn away by a scoundrel"). 19th century Hungarian note of costs for book and binding on the flyleaf (4 guilders in all, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [AT]
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2018-06-22 21:14:42
Al-Wardi, Siraj al-Din 'Umar ibn.
[Ottoman provinces, ca 1600]. Small folio (215 x 285 mm). Arabic and Ottoman Turkish manuscript on paper, 246 ff. 21 lines of black naskh per page (text area 23 x 13 cm), with section titles in red; fol. 1r with an elaborately calligraphed title in black and red, ff. 1v-2r with red, green and gilt frames; ff. 2v-3r with an illuminated world map and fol. 27r with a coloured, marginal illustration of a nilometer in cross-section, and f. 51v with a diagram of the Ka'aba in red and black. Contemporary morocco binding with fore-edge flap, gilt-tooled and blind-stamped, with manuscript Arabic title to lower edge. Pink-dyed European endpapers watermarked with a six-point star and the letters AF. 19th-c. linen pasted over the original binding. An unusually large and attractive copy of the 15th-century cosmographical compilation most often ascribed to Siraj al-Din 'Umar ibn al-Wardi. His authorship and the manner of the text's composition remain a subject of scholarly research, but it was a popular text in the Ottoman world, much copied, and translated into Turkish repeatedly. Its popularity has led to a tangled series of recensions, with different copies incorporating various different elements from the text. While some copies omit the historical and eschatological sections, ours contains all the expected sections. The text notes the world, its regions, seas, cities, rivers, and mountains. Plants and animals are also described and their various properties enumerated. The final, brief sections provide a set of capsule histories and, lastly, a description of the sayings and deeds of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2018-06-21 07:52:51
[Code]
Jean de Laon, 1600. plein vélin à rabats avec fermoirs à lacet, ex-libris manuscrit, p. de titre rouge et noire, qq. vignettes et lettrines, cul-de-lampes, texte imprimé en double colonne, (fermoirs manquants, épidermures, qq. taches et une annotation [132] sur plats, petit mq. au rabat la 1ère de couv., mors lég. fendus, rares soulignures à la plume, mouillures et rousseurs), int. frais Il s'agit, ici, sous le titre de « Corps du droit français », en réalité du Code Henri IV édité pour la première fois en français ! Ouvrage extrêmement rare (manque à Cujas, à la BNF et disponible uniquement à BNU de Strasbourg) et constitue une retranscription et surtout l'agrégation des différentes ordonnances et coutumes en vigueur. Il est, en outre, accompagné d'une table chronologique de 50 feuillets.
Bookseller: Librairie La Memoire du Droit [FR]
2018-06-18 19:41:02
Amsterdam
Lucas Schnitzer (1600-1674) war Maler, Zeichner, Kupferstecher, Siegelschneider. Sein Hauptarbeitsgebiet waren Darstellungen der Zeitgeschichte: Schlachten und Belagerungen des Dreißigjährigen Krieges und der Türkenkriege, Flug- und Erinnerungsblätter zu Tagesereignissen und Festivitäten sowie Portraits von Fürsten, Politikern und Poeten.Paul Fürst (* 1608 in Nürnberg; ? 11. September 1666 ebenda) war ein Nürnberger Verleger, Kunst- und Buchhändler.- Angerändert, sonst gutes Exemplar.# Profiel van Amsterdam met schepen op het IJ, met een legenda in het Nederlands en onder de voorstelling een lofdicht in het Duits. Profiel d'Ailly nr. 59. Ets door Lucas Schnitzer, uitgegeven door Paulus Fürst.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller [Salzburg, Austria]
2018-06-14 21:24:11
VERA Y FIGUEROA, Juan Antonio [conde de la Roca]
Burgos, Juan de Rei, 1499 pero (Venecia?, c. 1600). Port., 160 p., impresión en caracteres góticos. Plena piel del XVII, lomo con nervios, hilos dorados y tejuelo rojo. Primera edición. Magnífico ejemplar de una de las obras más curiosas, y que más dudas ha presentado desde su aparición, de la literatura castellana. Hasta bien entrado el siglo XIX se dio por correcta la fecha de impresión y la autoría del texto. A través de sus más de cien epístolas, el Bachiller Fernán Gomez de Cibdarreal (supuesto médico de la corte de Juan II) ofrecía una visión directa y de primera mano de la convulsa realidad política e histórica del siglo XV. Tras el fingido Bachiller de Cibdarreal se escondía Juan Antonio de Vera y Figueroa, conde de la Roca, miembro de la corte de Felipe III y Felipe IV, quien al parecer llegó a montar una imprenta clandestina en Venecia, con tipos importados de Alemania para producir mayor sensación de rareza, y que, junto a su tío, la empleó para producir libros fraudulentos, de la que se aventura salió el Centón Epistolario. "Pese a las dudas tan tempranas que suscitó la obra, el Centón no quedó invalidado como fuente de datos para la historia de la escritura, la medicina e incluso la lengua en la Edad Media. De hecho, el uso del Centón por parte de historiadores y eruditos ha sido común, así como fue constante su presencia entre la selección de lecturas canónicas medievales en el ámbito escolar." (Lemir, 20) El texto volvió a reimprimirse ya a finales del siglo XVIII, una segunda edición vio la luz en 1775 y otra tercera en 1790. Es obra muy rara y estimada. Bib … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Delirium Books · Susana Bardón [Madrid, Spain]
2018-06-05 07:30:40
Sanson/ Jaillot, Charles Hubert Nicolas ( 1600 - 1667 ) Paris
Artist: Sanson/ Jaillot Charles Hubert Nicolas ( - 1667 ) Paris; issued in: Paris date: ca 1695, 1600. technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; - condition: Very good; size (in cm): 58 x 88; Map of South America with two decorative cartouches. One of the earliest known South American civilizations was at Norte Chico, on the central Peruvian coast. Though a pre-ceramic culture, the monumental architecture of Norte Chico is contemporaneous with the pyramids of Ancient Egypt. In 1494, Portugal and Spain, the two great maritime European powers of that time, on the expectation of new lands being discovered in the west, signed the Treaty of Tordesillas, by which they agreed, with the support of the Pope, that all the land outside Europe should be an exclusive duopoly between the two countries. Beginning in the 1530s, the people and natural resources of South America were repeatedly exploited by foreign conquistadors, first from Spain and later from Portugal. These competing colonial nations claimed the land and resources as their own and divided it in colonies. The Spaniards were committed to convert their native subjects to Christianity and were quick to purge any native cultural practices that hindered this end; however, many initial attempts at this were only partially successful, as native groups simply blended Catholicism with their established beliefs and practices. Furthermore, the Spaniards brought their language to the degree they did with their religion, although the Roman Catholic Church's evangelization in Quechua, Aymara, and Guaraní actually contributed to … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2018-06-05 07:30:39
Sanson Nicolas, (1600 - 1667) Paris
Artist: Sanson Nicolas ( - 1667) Paris; issued in: Paris; date: ca 1696. - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; - condition: Some restoration at centerfold; - size (in cm): 57 x 87; - description: Map shows South Europe from Italy to Bosporus - vita of the artist: Nicolas Sanson (1600?1667) 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 Condé. 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 géographie ancienne and Atlas britannique; and the Catalogue des cartes et livres de géographie de Sanson (1702).
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2018-06-05 07:19:42
Orden de los Cartujos [Ordre des Chartreux]
Impresso en Barcelona: en casa de Ioan Amello, 1600.- // 1ª ed.- 4º (205x140mm.); [30] h.; portada con estampa xilográfica; capitales de taco xilográfico; apostillas y reclamos.- Sign.: A-G4, H2.- // Encuadernación en pergamino de época. Datos de imprenta duplicados manuscritos de época en tinta bajo el texto impreso. Ambas caras de A2 cumplimentadas de época para resaltar las lagunas de una impresión excesivamente leve.- // Proc.: Exlibris manuscrito en verso de último folio "Any 1691 ab 31 de juriol, Fr. Lleonardo Martines de Val de Christ del Reyna de Valenci.".- // Refs.: Gómez, Anón., 16; Marès, I, 188; NBC, p. 65; Palau, 137940. El otro único ejemplar conocido de estos 'statutos' se encuentra en la Biblioteca de Catalunya, procedente de la biblioteca de Frederic Marès. Como pese a estar impresos en Barcelona la licencia está dada en Valladolid en julio de 1583(1), cabe suponer que se trate de una reimpresión de los 'Status sanctisimos de la Sagrada Orden de Cartuxa', Valladolid. Diego Fernández de Córdoba, 1583, de los que parece que, a su vez, se conserva solo un ejemplar, el que se encuentra en la biblioteca del difunto marqués de Rafal, en Orihuela. El texto que contienen ambos impresos pertenece forzosamente a una obra mayor, puesto que comienza en A2 presentándose como la "tercera parte de la nueva colección de los estatutos de la orden de la Cartuxa". Y, en efecto, su contenido se refiere únicamente a la disciplina a que deben sujetarse los "conversos y donados", sin mencionar ni las definiciones del Instituto ni la disciplina correspondiente a los monjes. Esa ' … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Andarto B. [Spain, Pamplona]
2018-06-05 05:55:54
Sanson Nicolas ( 1600 - 1667 ) Paris
Artist: Sanson Nicolas ( - 1667 ) Paris; issued in: Rome date: ca 1670, 1600. technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; - condition: Wormhole perfectly restored; size (in cm): 41 x 52,5; Map shows total Italy with the islands Sicily, Sardegna and Corsica
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2018-06-04 15:53:47
Sanson/ Mortier, Peter Nicolas (1600 - 1667) Paris
Artist: Sanson/ Mortier Peter Nicolas ( - 1667) Paris; issued in: Amsterdam; date: ca 1690. - technic: Copper print; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 39 x 53; - description: Double hemisphere world map, California as an island with an inset map of the Old World. The Island of California refers to a long-held Spanish misconception, dating from the 16th century, that California was not part of mainland North America but rather a large island separated from the continent by a strait now known as the Gulf of California. One of the most famous cartographic errors in history, it was propagated on many maps during the 17th and 18th centuries, despite contradictory evidence from various explorers. The legend was initially infused with the idea that California was a terrestrial paradise, like the Garden of Eden or Atlantis. Australia not completely depicted as the complete coast was not charted at that time. - vita of the artist: Nicolas Sanson (1600?1667) 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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2018-05-28 06:50:02
BARONIO Cesare.
Apud Hæredem Hieronymi Scoti, Venetiis, 1600. Dei dodici volumi che compongono l'Opera sono disponibili solo i Tomi I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, XI. Testo latino. Cm.33,3x21,3. Pg.(100), carta bianca, 540; (12), 588; (72); (8), 604, (72; (8), 540, (64); (8), 520, (76); (72), 536; (60), 524; (8), 632, (76); (88), 568. Buone legature in piena pergamena rigida con titoli manoscritti ai dorsi a tre nervature. Doppio frontespizio al primo volume, il primo riccamente figurato a piena pagina con al piede il motto "In petra exaltavit me, et nunc exaltavit caput meum super inimicos", il secondo con marca calcografica con le tre Grazie in un palmeto ed il motto "Virtus in omni re dominatur", quest'ultimo ripetuto in tutti i volumi. Capilettera, cartigli e fregi ornamentali. Alcuni restauri cartacei d'epoca ai frontespizi. Il quarto tomo è privo del foglio di guardia anteriore e delle ultime 47 carte. Coperta staccata al quinto tomo. Svariati medaglioni incisi nel testo. Opera purtroppo incompleta, ma in buone condizioni di conservazione. "Gli "Annales Ecclesiastici" (titolo completo "Annales ecclesiastici a Christo nato ad annum 1198") sono una storia dei primi dodici secoli della Chiesa cristiana, scritti dal cardinale Cesare Baronio (Sora, 1538-1607), composta da dodici volumi in folio. Fu pubblicata la prima volta tra il 1588 e il 1607 come una risposta alla "Historia Ecclesiae Christi" luterana, in cui i teologi di Magdeburgo esaminavano la storia della chiesa al fine di dimostrare come la Chiesa cattolica rappresentava l'Anticristo, ed aveva deviato dalle credenze e dal … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: studio bibliografico pera s.a.s. [LUCCA, Italy]
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2018-05-25 06:47:57
BARONIO Cesare.
Apud Hæredem Hieronymi Scoti, Venetiis, 1600. Dei dodici volumi che compongono l'Opera sono disponibili solo i Tomi I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, XI. Testo latino. Cm.33,3x21,3. Pg.(100), carta bianca, 540; (12), 588; (72); (8), 604, (72; (8), 540, (64); (8), 520, (76); (72), 536; (60), 524; (8), 632, (76); (88), 568. Buone legature in piena pergamena rigida con titoli manoscritti ai dorsi a tre nervature. Doppio frontespizio al primo volume, il primo riccamente figurato a piena pagina con al piede il motto "In petra exaltavit me, et nunc exaltavit caput meum super inimicos", il secondo con marca calcografica con le tre Grazie in un palmeto ed il motto "Virtus in omni re dominatur", quest'ultimo ripetuto in tutti i volumi. Capilettera, cartigli e fregi ornamentali. Alcuni restauri cartacei d'epoca ai frontespizi. Il quarto tomo è privo del foglio di guardia anteriore e delle ultime 47 carte. Coperta staccata al quinto tomo. Svariati medaglioni incisi nel testo. Opera purtroppo incompleta, ma in buone condizioni di conservazione. "Gli "Annales Ecclesiastici" (titolo completo "Annales ecclesiastici a Christo nato ad annum 1198") sono una storia dei primi dodici secoli della Chiesa cristiana, scritti dal cardinale Cesare Baronio (Sora, 1538-1607), composta da dodici volumi in folio. Fu pubblicata la prima volta tra il 1588 e il 1607 come una risposta alla "Historia Ecclesiae Christi" luterana, in cui i teologi di Magdeburgo esaminavano la storia della chiesa al fine di dimostrare come la Chiesa cattolica rappresentava l'Anticristo, ed aveva deviato dalle credenze e dal … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: studio bibliografico pera s.a.s. [LUCCA, Italy]
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2018-05-22 06:32:47
BARONIO Cesare.
Apud Hæredem Hieronymi Scoti, Venetiis, 1600. Dei dodici volumi che compongono l'Opera sono disponibili solo i Tomi I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, XI. Testo latino. Cm.33,3x21,3. Pg.(100), carta bianca, 540; (12), 588; (72); (8), 604, (72; (8), 540, (64); (8), 520, (76); (72), 536; (60), 524; (8), 632, (76); (88), 568. Buone legature in piena pergamena rigida con titoli manoscritti ai dorsi a tre nervature. Doppio frontespizio al primo volume, il primo riccamente figurato a piena pagina con al piede il motto "In petra exaltavit me, et nunc exaltavit caput meum super inimicos", il secondo con marca calcografica con le tre Grazie in un palmeto ed il motto "Virtus in omni re dominatur", quest'ultimo ripetuto in tutti i volumi. Capilettera, cartigli e fregi ornamentali. Alcuni restauri cartacei d'epoca ai frontespizi. Il quarto tomo è privo del foglio di guardia anteriore e delle ultime 47 carte. Coperta staccata al quinto tomo. Svariati medaglioni incisi nel testo. Opera purtroppo incompleta, ma in buone condizioni di conservazione. "Gli "Annales Ecclesiastici" (titolo completo "Annales ecclesiastici a Christo nato ad annum 1198") sono una storia dei primi dodici secoli della Chiesa cristiana, scritti dal cardinale Cesare Baronio (Sora, 1538-1607), composta da dodici volumi in folio. Fu pubblicata la prima volta tra il 1588 e il 1607 come una risposta alla "Historia Ecclesiae Christi" luterana, in cui i teologi di Magdeburgo esaminavano la storia della chiesa al fine di dimostrare come la Chiesa cattolica rappresentava l'Anticristo, ed aveva deviato dalle credenze e dal … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: studio bibliografico pera s.a.s. [LUCCA, Italy]
2018-05-21 06:24:57
BARONIO Cesare.
Apud Hæredem Hieronymi Scoti, Venetiis, 1600. Dei dodici volumi che compongono l'Opera sono disponibili solo i Tomi I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, XI. Testo latino. Cm.33,3x21,3. Pg.(100), carta bianca, 540; (12), 588; (72); (8), 604, (72; (8), 540, (64); (8), 520, (76); (72), 536; (60), 524; (8), 632, (76); (88), 568. Buone legature in piena pergamena rigida con titoli manoscritti ai dorsi a tre nervature. Doppio frontespizio al primo volume, il primo riccamente figurato a piena pagina con al piede il motto "In petra exaltavit me, et nunc exaltavit caput meum super inimicos", il secondo con marca calcografica con le tre Grazie in un palmeto ed il motto "Virtus in omni re dominatur", quest'ultimo ripetuto in tutti i volumi. Capilettera, cartigli e fregi ornamentali. Alcuni restauri cartacei d'epoca ai frontespizi. Il quarto tomo è privo del foglio di guardia anteriore e delle ultime 47 carte. Coperta staccata al quinto tomo. Svariati medaglioni incisi nel testo. Opera purtroppo incompleta, ma in buone condizioni di conservazione. "Gli "Annales Ecclesiastici" (titolo completo "Annales ecclesiastici a Christo nato ad annum 1198") sono una storia dei primi dodici secoli della Chiesa cristiana, scritti dal cardinale Cesare Baronio (Sora, 1538-1607), composta da dodici volumi in folio. Fu pubblicata la prima volta tra il 1588 e il 1607 come una risposta alla "Historia Ecclesiae Christi" luterana, in cui i teologi di Magdeburgo esaminavano la storia della chiesa al fine di dimostrare come la Chiesa cattolica rappresentava l'Anticristo, ed aveva deviato dalle credenze e dal … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: studio bibliografico pera s.a.s. [LUCCA, Italy]
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