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2017-04-30 11:52:44
Coster, Francois de.
Köln, Anton Hierat, 1600. 12°. Mit gest. Titelvignette u. einigen Holzschn.-Initialen. 11 (statt 12) Bll., 568 S., 4 Bll., Mod. Ppbd. m. dreiseitigem Rotschnitt. Erstmals 1586 in Köln erschienen. - Der Belgier Francois de Coster (1532-1619) war Rektor mehrerer Jesuitencollegs und wirkte eifrig für die Wiederbekehrung der Protestanten zum Katholizismus. - Schwach gebräunt. Es fehlt das letzte Blatt der Vorstücke. - VD16, C 5565; de Backer/S. II, 1512, 1. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Coster, Libellus sodalitatis, Jesuiten
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes
2017-04-30 11:52:44
Coster, Francois de.
Köln, Anton Hierat, 1600. 12°. Mit gest. Titelvignette u. einigen Holzschn.-Initialen. 11 (statt 12) Bll., 568 S., 4 Bll., Mod. Ppbd. m. dreiseitigem Rotschnitt. Erstmals 1586 in Köln erschienen. - Der Belgier Francois de Coster (1532-1619) war Rektor mehrerer Jesuitencollegs und wirkte eifrig für die Wiederbekehrung der Protestanten zum Katholizismus. - Schwach gebräunt. Es fehlt das letzte Blatt der Vorstücke. - VD16, C 5565; de Backer/S. II, 1512, 1. Versand D: 9,80 EUR Coster, Libellus sodalitatis, Jesuiten
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2017-04-29 15:08:15
Kärnten, Slowenien, Krain, Istrien, Kroatien -:
Antwerpen, 1600. circa 51 x 38 cm (Blatt)., 1 gefaltetes Doppelblatt. verso lateinischer Text Große Landkarte von Kärnten, Slowenien, Krain, Istrien und dem nördlichen Kroatien von der Drau im Norden bis Obrovac im Süden. - Nur leicht fleckig, meist sauber, gut erhalten und schönes Kolorit. [4 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek [München, Germany]
2017-04-29 14:53:23
Bertelli, Pietro
Bertelli Pietro. "La Gran Cita di Milano". Orig. copper-engraving by Pietro Bertelli. Published in "Theatrum Urbium Italicarum", Venice, ca. 1600. With a coat-of-arms. 12:18 cm (4 3/4 x 7 inch.). A birds-eye-view of the city of Milan. - Rare!
Bookseller: Antikvariat Krenek [Prag, Czech Republic]
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2017-04-29 14:53:23
Scoto, Francesco
Vicenza. "Milano". Orig. copper-engraving from F. Scoto's "Itinerarium . Italiae . ". Published ca. 1600. With a coat-of-arms. 12,5:18 cm (5 x 7 inch.). A birds-eye-view of the city of Milano.
Bookseller: Antikvariat Krenek [Prag, Czech Republic]
2017-04-29 13:09:34
Maria, Emblemata, Salve Regina Kupferstichfolge -:
(Heidelberg?), Jacob Granthomme, um 1600. circa 21,5 x 16,5 cm. Kupfertitel und 6 (statt 7) Kupferstiche Neuerer Umschlag "Seltene Folge von Stichen zu der marianischen Antiphon "Salve Regina" mit Illustrationen zum Wortlaut und jeweils einer kleinen Szene einer biblischen Frau als Vignette unten (Jael, Ester, Rebecca etc.). Hier offenbar ein etwas späterer Druck nach den Kupfern des französischen Radierers Nicolas Beatrizet (1515-1565). Wolfenbüttel gibt als Druckort Heidelberg an, in gleicher Grösse (Platte circa 17,5 x 12 cm) gab es die Folge auch bei Le Clerc in Paris. Dem Text nach zu schliessen fehlt hier offensichtlich das vierte Blatt ("Ad te suspiramus."). " "- Etwas gebräunt, wenig fleckig, Blatt 2 und 5 mit alter Annotation im weissen Rand. [Attributes: Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek [München, Germany]
2017-04-29 10:50:26
Stummes Blatt
1600. 86 x 68 mm, Holzschnitt nicht bei Chwalewik - Ausschnitt aus einem zeitgenössischen polnischen Buch
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dr. Rieger [Germany]
2017-04-28 10:55:47
Grubanovics Joseph
Graff 1600 - De Backer V, 262.- Seltene Dissertation behandelt: Elephanten, Kamele, Pferde, Esel, Maultiere und Ochsen.- Der ungarische Jesuit Joseph Grubanovics (1701-1751) war Profesor der Philosophie u. Theologie.- Frontispiz gestochen v. Ch. Dietell.- Nur gering fleckig, Ebd. etw. berieben.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller [Salzburg, Austria]
2017-04-27 19:18:13
GALLE PHILIPPE. (Haarlem 1537 - Anversa 1612)
Anversa, 1600. Bulino dalla serie "Venationes ferarum, avium, piscium, pugna bestiarum, depictae a Joanne Stradano, editae a Philippe Gallaeo"; da soggetto di Jan Van der Straet. Mm. 218x290. Stato I/II prima della numerazione. Buon esemplare ben conservato, buoni margini con qualche lieve macchia ed ingiallimento uniforme della carta. stampe d'autore.
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini [Verona, VR, Italy]
2017-04-27 14:49:49
BARROS. (João de) e Diogo do Couto.
- As related by . Translated and edited by Donald Ferguson. Government Printing Office. Colombo. 1909. De 22x15 cm. Com 445 págs. Encadernação recente com nervos, cantos e lombada em pele. Exemplar preserva capas de brochura originais. Location/localizacao: 8-7-E-23
Bookseller: Livraria Castro e Silva
2017-04-27 14:01:06
Aelianus Claudius (ca 165 - 235)
apud Ioan. Tornaesium, Genevae, 1600. Tagli spruzzati. Leggere naturali fioriture Testatine finalini capilettera ornati 114 + (16) p. - 123x82 mm p.perg. con titolo manoscritto sul dorso
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Giulio Cesare [roma, ROMA, Italy]
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2017-04-27 14:01:06
Aelianus, Claudius
apud Ioan. Tornaesium, Ginevra (probabilmente), 1600. 16°, 13 cm, rilegatura coeva in piena pergamena, titolo manoscritto al taglio inferiore, alone al primo piatto; pp. (16), 461, (19), Frontespizio in cornice silografica decorata, diversi fregi e iniziali silografiche, testo in greco e in latino su due colonne, qualche brunitura, antico timbro al retro del frontespizio Esemplare molto buono [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Orfeo (ALAI - ILAB) [Bologna, BO, Italy]
2017-04-27 12:36:55
CASSIODORE) CASSIODORIUS, Magnus Aurelius.
Apud Marcum Orry, 1600. (CASSIODORE) CASSIODORIUS, Magnus Aurelius. M. Aurelii Cassiodori Senatoris V. C. Opera Omnia Quae Extant, ex fide Manufs. auctiora & locupletoria, collatis etiam exemplaribus, tam veteribus quàm recèns excufis. Cum indice rerum et sententiarum feitu notatuq; diniorum. Tomus primum. Parisiis (Paris), Apud Marcum Orry, 1600. In 8 de [8]-370-[42 (index)]pp., reliure en plein daim de l'époque, dos à 4 nerfs frotté, manque de cuir à la queue du dos, charnière fendue mais reliure solide, plats frottés, avec de petite épidermures, coupes, frottées, mouillure dans l'angle inférieur externe et sur la marge supérieure des premiers feuillets, belle marque de l'éditeur en médaillon représentant un lion escaladant une montagne sur la page de titre avec un ex-libris et une date, 1696, manuscrits à l’encre noire de l’époque, 7 lignes manuscrites à l'encre noire de l'époque dans l'angle supérieur interne de la première page de garde, 2 lignes manuscrites à l'encre noire de l'époque dans l'angle supérieur externe de la première page de garde, lettrines historiées et gravures en bandeau en début de volume, bon exemplaire de ce premier tome. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Scritti [Paris, France]
2017-04-27 12:01:01
Scoto, Francesco
Vicenza. "Brescia". Orig. copper-engraving from F. Scoto's "Itinerarium . Italiae . ". Published ca. 1600. With a coat-of-arms. 12,5:18 cm (5 x 7 inch.). A birds-eye-view of the city of Brescia.
Bookseller: Antikvariat Krenek [Prag, Czech Republic]
2017-04-27 10:27:29
TRIER:
Kolorierter Kupferstich v. Matthias Quad aus Geographisch Handtbuch. . b. Johann Bussemacher in Köln, 1600, 20,5 x 30,5 Hellwig, Mittelrhein und Moselland im Bild alter Karten, 21. - Zeigt Kurtrier. - Oben rechts Wappen und Porträt des Landesherren Erzbischof Johann von Schönberg.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
2017-04-27 10:27:29
PFALZ:
1600. Kupferstich v. Matthias Quad aus Fascicvlvs Geographicvs Compectens Praecipvarvm Totivs orbis Regionum tabulas . b. Johann Bussemacher in Köln, 1600, 20 x 28,5 Hellwig/Reiniger/Stopp 9.3. - Oben links Portrait (Brustbild) Friedrichs IV. - Oben rechts Wappen. - Unten rechts Titelkartusche. - Unten links Meilenzeiger.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
2017-04-26 20:09:50
HEEMSKERCK Maarten van
s.n., s.l. (Hollande) (Circa 1600), 33,5x27,5cm (cuvettes: 27x21cm), une feuille. s.n., s.l. (Hollande) (Circa 1600), 33,5x27,5cm (cuvettes: 27x21cm), une feuille. - Original etching done with chisels from a painting of the sixteenth century Maerten Jacobszoon Heemskerk van Veen or Maarten van Heemskerck Marten, Maerten, Martin.Epreuve on watermarked laid paper, working from the early seventeenth siècle.Il is a illustration of a passage from the Acts of the Apostles, 5.19-20: "But the angel of the Lord opened the doors for the night of the prison, and brought them out, and said, Go, stand in the temple, and the people all the words of this life. ". legend in Latin in the lower part of the gravure.Signature of the artist in planche.Mention numbered" 10 "in the lower right corner in the handwritten gravure.Mention "143" in the upper right margin of the planche.Une old handwritten annotation in Greek characters in the cuvette.Filigrane visible crown by transparence.Rares and unobtrusive foxing and tiny spots of foxing mainly marginal angle, otherwise very good conservation status for this extremely rare engraving and large fraîcheur.Maerten Jacobszoon Heemskerk van Veen or Maarten van Heemskerck Marten, Maerten, Martin (1498 Heemskerk - 1st October 1574 in Haarlem) is one of the painters and portraitists major history of the Netherlands. He is famous for his series of the Seven Wonders of the World. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Gravu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet
2017-04-26 16:58:44
Sanson Nicolas, (1600 - 1667 ) Paris
Artist: Sanson Nicolas ( - 1667 ) Paris; issued in : Paris; date: 1637 1600 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Perfect condition; size (in cm): 39 x 51 - description: - 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).
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2017-04-26 16:58:44
Sanson Nicolas, (1600 - 1667 ) Paris
Artist: Sanson Nicolas ( - 1667 ) Paris; issued in : Paris; date: 1650 1600 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: colored; condition: Very good; size (in cm): 20 x 28 - description: Map shows Ecuador, peru and the Amazonas - 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).
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2017-04-26 16:58:44
Sanson/ Mortier, Peter Nicolas (1600 - 1667) Paris
Artist: Sanson/ Mortier Peter Nicolas ( - 1667 ) Paris; issued in : Amsterdam; date: 1686 1600 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Left and right margin perfectly replaced; size (in cm): 20,5 x 30,5 - description: Decorative map of eastern Europe showing Hungary, Rumania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Dalmatia, Albania, Macedonia and partly Turkey. - 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]
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2017-04-26 16:58:44
Sanson Guillaume (1600 - 1667 ) Paris
Artist: Sanson Guillaume ( - 1667 ) Paris; issued in : Paris; date: 1650 1600 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: colored; condition: Wormholes perfectly restored; size (in cm): 19 x 27 - description: Map shows the islands Canarie with a seperate map showing Madeira - 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).
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2017-04-26 16:58:44
Sanson Guillaume (1600 - 1667 ) Paris
Artist: Sanson Guillaume ( - 1667 ) Paris; issued in : Paris; date: 1692 1600 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Very good; size (in cm): 56 x 32,5 - description: Map shows the area of Lyege and the river Meuse from Roermund to Charlemont - 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).
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2017-04-26 16:58:44
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): 20,5 x 27; - description : Map shows Paraguay with the Rio Plata, North Argentinia and Urugay; - vita of the artist: Nicolas Sanson (1600ñ1667) 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 CondÈ. 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 gÈographie ancienne and Atlas britannique; and the Catalogue des cartes et livres de gÈographie de Sanson (1702).
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2017-04-26 16:58:44
Sanson/ Mortier, Peter Nicolas (1600 - 1667 ) Paris
Artist: Sanson/ Mortier Peter Nicolas ( - 1667 ) Paris; issued in : Amsterdam; date: 1690 1600 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Very good; size (in cm): 48 x 58 - description: Map shows Guyenne and Gascogne with Bayonne , Bordeaux and Toulouse. - 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).
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2017-04-26 16:58:44
Sanson Nicolas, (1600 - 1667 ) Paris
Artist: Sanson Nicolas ( - 1667 ) Paris; issued in : Paris; date: 1637 1600 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: colored; condition: Margins replaced, missing parts upper, right and left side replaced. size (in cm): 39,5 x 55 - description: Maps hows the eastern part of the Roman Empire with Turkey, Hollyland, Greece, Italy, Egypt, Lybia etc., the Blacksea and the Caspain sea. - 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).
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Sanson Nicolas, (1600 - 1667 ) Paris
Artist: Sanson Nicolas ( - 1667 ) Paris; issued in : Paris; date: 1679 1600 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Perfect condition; size (in cm): 40,5 x 54 - description: Map of total Germany, with Prussia, Czech and Austria. - 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).
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Sanson Nicolas, (1600 - 1667 ) Paris
Artist: Sanson Nicolas ( - 1667 ) Paris; issued in : Paris; date: 1655 1600 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Very good; size (in cm): 35 x 46 - description: Map shows Saxony from Mersburg to Gorlitz and Thuringia with Erfurt - 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).
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Sanson Nicolas, (1600 - 1667 ) Paris
Artist: Sanson Nicolas ( - 1667 ) Paris; issued in : Paris; date: 1710 1600 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Very good; size (in cm): 46 x 65 - description: Map of the Lower Rhine of Hessen from Kasse to Frankfurt at the river Main and Koblenz at the river Rhein - 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).
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Sanson Nicolas, (1600 - 1667 ) Paris
Artist: Sanson Nicolas ( - 1667 ) Paris; issued in : Paris; date: 1681 1600 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Very good; size (in cm): 42 x 55,5 - description: Map shows the Rheinlandpfalz with Trier, Koblenz and Dietz - 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).
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Sanson Nicolas, (1600 - 1667 ) Paris
Artist: Sanson Nicolas ( - 1667 ) Paris; issued in : Paris; date: 1654 1600 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Very good; size (in cm): 32,5 x 50,5 - description: Map shows total Pommern with the island of Ruegen - 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).
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Sanson Nicolas, (1600 - 1667 ) Paris
Artist: Sanson Nicolas ( - 1667 ) Paris; issued in : Paris; date: 1648 1600 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Very good; size (in cm): 37 x 47,5 - description: Map shows Baden Wuertemberg with the river Rhein from Mainz to Basel - 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).
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Sanson Nicolas, (1600 - 1667 ) Paris
Artist: Sanson Nicolas ( - 1667 ) Paris; issued in : Paris; date: 1650 1600 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: colored; condition: Very good; size (in cm): 19 x 24 - description: Map shows the Island 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).
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Sanson Nicolas, (1600 - 1667 ) Paris
Artist: Sanson Nicolas ( - 1667 ) Paris; issued in : Paris; date: 1654 1600 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; size (in cm): 37 x 48 - description: map of the kingdom of Bohemia - 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).
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Sanson Nicolas ( 1600 - 1667 ) Paris
Artist: Sanson Nicolas ( - 1667 ) Paris; issued in: Paris; date: ca 1660, 1600. technic: Copper print; colorit: colored; - condition: Perfect condition; - size (in cm): 17 x 29; - description: Map shows the nortwestern part of Africa with the Canari islands.; - 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).
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2017-04-26 16:58:44
Sanson Nicolas, (1600 - 1667 ) Paris
Artist: Sanson Nicolas ( - 1667 ) Paris; issued in : Paris; date: 1657 1600 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: colored; size (in cm): 16 x 27 - description: map of Mexico with Yucatán, Guatemala und Honduras - 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).
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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): 19 x 23,5; - description : Map shows the southern part of South America with Terra del Fuego and Magellan; - vita of the artist: Nicolas Sanson (1600ñ1667) 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 CondÈ. 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 gÈographie ancienne and Atlas britannique; and the Catalogue des cartes et livres de gÈographie de Sanson (1702).
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2017-04-26 16:58:44
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): 19,5 x 27; - description : Map shows Guiana with Trinidad, french Guana and Surinam; - vita of the artist: Nicolas Sanson (1600ñ1667) 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 CondÈ. 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 gÈographie ancienne and Atlas britannique; and the Catalogue des cartes et livres de gÈographie de Sanson (1702).
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2017-04-26 16:58:44
Sanson Nicolas, ( 1600 - 1667 ) Paris
Artist: Sanson Nicolas ( - 1667 ) Paris; issued in: Paris; date: ca 1656. - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 19,5 x 28,5; - description : Map shows total Senegal and the Capverde islands; - vita of the artist: Nicolas Sanson (1600ñ1667) 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 CondÈ. 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 gÈographie ancienne and Atlas britannique; and the Catalogue des cartes et livres de gÈographie de Sanson (1702).
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2017-04-26 16:58:44
Sanson Nicolas, (1600 - 1667 ) Paris
Artist: Sanson Nicolas ( - 1667 ) Paris; issued in : Paris; date: 1680 1600 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Margins mounted; size (in cm): 41,5 x 53 - description: Map shows Romania, Moravia, Bugaria, serbia and partly Macedonia - 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).
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Sanson Guillaume (1600 - 1667 ) Paris
Artist: Sanson Guillaume ( - 1667 ) Paris; issued in : Paris; date: 1654 1600 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: colored; condition: Very good; size (in cm): 41 x 53 - description: Map shows the northern part of Portugal until Lissabon - 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).
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Sanson Nicolas, (1600 - 1667 ) Paris
Artist: Sanson Nicolas ( - 1667 ) Paris; issued in : Paris; date: 1652 1600 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Very good; size (in cm): 19 x 27,5 - description: Map shows total Asia - 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).
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2017-04-26 15:11:00
BRIL Paul
s.n., s.l. (Hollande) (Circa 1600), 32,5x27,5cm (cuvette: 27x22cm), une feuille. s.n., s.l. (Hollande) (Circa 1600), 32,5x27,5cm (cuvette: 27x22cm), une feuille. - Original etching done with chisels, after a painting by Paul Bril.Epreuve on watermarked laid paper, working from the early seventeenth siècle.Il is an illustration of the Gospel according to Luke 10-31, "A priest who by chance there came down the same path, he saw him, passed on. "Legend in Latin in the lower part of the gravure.Signatures artists in the manuscript planche.Mention" 73 "on the sidelines in the upper right corner. an old handwritten annotation in Greek characters in the right corner of the cuvette.Filigrane visible crown by transparence.Rares minute and minor foxing, small angular spots without damage to etching, otherwise very nice condition for this print extremely rare and highly fraîcheur.Paul Bril (Antwerp and Breda, 1553 or 1554 - Rome, 1626) was a Flemish painter and engraver. He was active in Rome from 1582 to his death as a landscape of vedute after 1600 is known among other things for its scenic landscapes, which often included historical or biblical scenes, all in the tradition of Flemish mannerism. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Gravure originale réalisée au burin, d'après une peinture de Paul Bril. Epreuve sur papier vergé filigrané, travail du début du XVIIe siècle.Il s'agit d'une illustration de l'Evangile selon Luc 10-31, "Un sacrificateur, … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-04-26 15:11:00
Paul BRIL
Original etching done with chisels, after a painting by Paul Bril.Epreuve on watermarked laid paper, working from the early seventeenth siècle.Il is an illustration of the Gospel according to Luke 10-31, "A priest who by chance there came down the same path, he saw him, passed on. "Legend in Latin in the lower part of the gravure.Signatures artists in the manuscript planche.Mention" 73 "on the sidelines in the upper right corner. an old handwritten annotation in Greek characters in the right corner of the cuvette.Filigrane visible crown by transparence.Rares minute and minor foxing, small angular spots without damage to etching, otherwise very nice condition for this print extremely rare and highly fraîcheur.Paul Bril (Antwerp and Breda, 1553 or 1554 - Rome, 1626) was a Flemish painter and engraver. He was active in Rome from 1582 to his death as a landscape of vedute after 1600 is known among other things for its scenic landscapes, which often included historical or biblical scenes, all in the tradition of Flemish mannerism. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! s.n. s.l. (Hollande) (Circa 1600) 32,5x27,5cm (cuvette: 27x22cm) une feuille
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2017-04-26 12:59:38
RILKE RAINER MARIA
1600. EDITIONS EMILE-PAUL FRERES. non daté. In-8.Carré. Broché. Etat passable. Couv. convenable. Dos abîmé. Intérieur acceptable. 290 pages. Nomrbeuses eaux-fortes en noir et blanc hors texte avec serpente. Lettrines en bleu. Manque le dos, remplacé par du scotch noir. Exemplaire N°1249/1600. Illustré par Hermine David.
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2017-04-26 08:46:42
Gilhofer & Ranschburg GmbH
Luzern, Gilhofer & Ranschburg GmbH. Senza data (anni 70). 16th century books. Fine arts. Music. Philosophy. Economics. Peadagogics. Theology. History. Geography. Travels natural History. History of Medicine Psychiatry. Psychology. History of science. 28 cataloghi in - 8° grande, cartoncino editoriale. Dal n° 59 al n° 86. Descrizione accurata di centinaia di opere dal 1600 al 1800 con innumerevoli illustrazioni anche a piena pagina n.t. Le opere sono prezzate. Complessive 3000 pp. circa. In ottimo stato di conservazione.
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2017-04-26 08:16:01
Sadila-Mantau, Hans Heinz (Hrg.)
370 Seiten, 1 Blatt. Mit einem Frontispiz ( A. Hitler ) sowie zahlreichen schwarz-weißen Abbildungen, teils auf Tafeln, OKarton mit OSchutzumschlag, 4 ( 29 x 22 cm ). Der Schutzumschlag gering fleckig ( Rückseite etwas stärker ), etwas angeknickt und auf der Rückseite mit Randläsionen und hier etwas beschädigt. Ansonsten der Einband von guter Erhaltung sowie innen in gutem Zustand. ( Gewicht 1600 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available )
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