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2014-11-05 20:44:00
Andreas von Österreich, Bischof von Brixen und Konstanz, illegitimer Sohn von Erzherzog Ferdinand II. von Tirol (1558-1600)
Brixen, 23. IX, 1600. Papierlibell. 21 SS. 4to. Fadengeheftet in Pergamentumschlag. Diese wichtige Brixener Urkunde, die in drei Ausfertigungen ausgestellt wurde und einen steuerrechtlichen Kompromiß zwischen Bürgerschaft, Domkapitel und Hofgericht darstellt, sollte bis zur Säkularisation des Hochstifts die entscheidende Grundlage für die Besteuerung städtischer Liegenschaften bleiben. - Zu Vorgeschichte und Inhalt der Urkunde vgl. Klaus Brandstätter: Verfassungskämpfe der Bürgerschaft Brixens im 15. und 16. Jahrhundert, in: Stadt und Hochstift. Brixen, Bruneck und Klausen bis zur Säkularisation 1803. Hg. v. Helmut Flachenecker u. a. (= Veröff. des Südtiroler Landesarchivs 12), Bozen 2000, S. 205-248, bes. SS. 236-238. Siehe auch Hans Heiss: Das neuzeitliche Brixen 1500-1803. In: Brixen I. Die Geschichte. Hg. v. Bernhard Fuchs u. a., Bozen, 2004, SS. 163-200, hier S. 170. - Etwas feuchtigkeitsfleckig, ohne Siegel.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
2014-10-31 19:50:19
Manilius, Marcus/Scaliger, Joseph Juste
Leiden, Christophorus Raphelengius 1600. 2 werken in 1 band, (32) 131 (5) (20) 510 (2) p. 19e eeuws half Leer, 4° (Tweede uitgave van het eerste gedrukte boek over astronomie, geïllustreerd met diverse diagrammen in de tekst, de eerste titelpagina is verstevigd, wormgaatjes in pagina 355-460, hierdoor iets tekstverlies. Marcus Manilius was een Romeinse dichter, astroloog en auteur die leefde in de eerste eeuw na Christus. Joseph Justus Scaliger paste de tekst uit oude manuscripten kritisch aan. De eerste uitgave verscheen te Parijs in 1579, deze verbeterde tweede druk werd in 1600 te Leiden uitgegeven. De Astronomicon beschrijft de globe, dierenriem en andere sterrenbeelden, grootcirkels, kometen, en de astrale invloeden op mensen. Het werk brengt een aantal gegronde astronomische hypotheses naar voren, voornamelijk met betrekking tot de aard van de sterren, en werd een belangrijk tekstboek dat de meest geavanceerde gezichtspunten op astronomie uit de oude Romeinse tijd laat zien.) 2 works in 1 binding, (32) 131 (5), (20) 510 (2) p. 19th century half Leather, 4° (Second edition of the first printed book on astronomy, illustrated with multiple diagrams in the text, the first titlepage has some pieces cut out and is repaired, wormhole in page 355-460, affecting some words. Marcus Manilius was a Roman poet, astrologer, and author who lived in the first century A.D.. Joseph Justus Scaliger critically edited the text found in ancient manuscripts and published the first edition at Paris in 1579. This enhanced second edition was published in 1600 at Leiden. The Astronomicon descri … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Roo
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2014-10-26 19:19:23
BORDES Jean de (S. J., Le P.)
un volume, reliure janséniste d'époque en plein vélin ivoire parcheminé (jansenist's binding full vellum) in-octavo(16,8 x 10,8 cm), dos long (spine without raised band), titre manuscrit et date à l'encre brune sur le dos (handwritten title on the spine), plats muets (cover without text) avec fermoirs à cordons (sans les cordons), tranches lisses (smooth edges), ex-dono (book-plate) à l'encre brune en haut de la page de titre : ".Domus Probat. Lugdun.sis Societ. Jesu Catalog, Inscript. Ex Dono Dom Laurent Abbatis de Bressac.", sans illustration (no illustration) excepté une vignette gravée sur bois (engraving wood) en noir en bas de la page de titre + bandeaux et lettrines gravés sur bois en noir, Titre imprimé en rouge et noir, texte en francais, trés légères cicatrices de mouillures marginales (scars of waterstains) en bas en marge sur 5 pages en début de volume, 8ff de pièces liminaires + 134 feuillets (268 pages)+ 2ff d'approbation et Tables, 1600 Jouxte la coppie imprimée à Tolose [Toulouse] : par la Vve de J. Colomiez Editeur, Note(s) : L'épître dédicatoire est signée : D. B. B. J.; - Le P. Jean de Bordes.par un prestre natif de Bourdeaus [Jean de Bordes].Réponse à Philippe de Plessis-Mornay, "un des plus illustres représentants de la Réforme en France", sur son ouvrage de 1598, "de l'institution usage et doctrine du Saint-Sacrement de l'Eucharistie" qui contenait environ 5000 citations tirées des écritures saintes, des Pères et Docteurs de l'Eglise, et dans lequel il attaquait la messe. " il produisit en France et à Rome, une vive impression. La Sorbonne le condamna, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Guimard [nantes, France]
2014-10-26 08:05:44
Sebastian Münster
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Bookseller: Antiquariat Murr Bamberg GbR
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2014-10-25 14:15:28
ZUCHETTA, Giovanni Battista.
Brescia, Vicenzo Sabbio 1600 - RARE FIRST AND ONLY EARLY EDITION -------------------FIRST EDITION, Folio. Pp (xviii) 412 (iv). Italic letter within printed double-line border,numerous printed mathematical calculations in text. Title within elegant architectural border, large medallion portrait of the author aged 48 at foot, contemp ms '40' beneath. Fine engraved portrait of the dedicatee Christopher Papa of Nuremberg with woodcut initial and ornamental headpiece in next, further woodcut initials and ornaments. Contemp. printed correction slip pasted to contents table, very occasional early ink marginalia and corrections, prob of Antonio Orsetti, his contemp. autograph on fly. Slight age yellowing, prelim blank with oil marks, a very good, clean, well-margined copy in contemp. vellum over boards.----------------------------------Rare first and only early edition of this handsomely produced, important, arithmetical textbook devoted to practical and commercial arithmetic and a leader in its field. Although described as 'Prima Parte' it is in fact the only part ever printed. Zuchetta was a mathematician from Genoa; in his preface he apologizes to the reader for writing in his provincial 'Genoese' rather than the by now general Tuscan. "The 'Prologo' is a curious dissertation on the 'Arti Scienze, & altro,' with some ninety-eight arguments to show the need for arithmetic on the part of all classes of humanity. The farmer, the musician, the thief, the cook, the prelate, all are shown to have need of number; and Nature, Intelligence and even God himself make use of it. The book pr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB
2014-10-24 06:52:49
Bellarmino, Roberto:
Köln, Hierat, 1600 - 17 x 11 cm. [6] Bl., 373 Seiten. - Angebunden II. Ders.: De Arte Bene Moriendi libri duo. Antwerpen, Plantin, 1620. 8 Bl. 255 S., 4 Bl. (letztes weiß). - III. Ders.: De aeterna felicitate sanctorum libri quinque. Editio secunda. Antwerpen, Plantin, 1617. 304 Seiten, 16 Bl. *I. VD16 B 1615. Wohl zweite Ausgabe (erstmals 1599 erschienen). VD16 nennt 6 Bl. Vorstücke, das vorliegende Ex. scheint aber mit 4 Bl. vollständig, auch andere Bibliotheken geben für die vorliegende Ausgabe ebenfalls 4 Bl. Vorstücke an. - II. Das "Ars moriendi" erschien im Jahr 1620 zeitgleich in vielen Druckorten in Europa und danach in zahlr. Ausgaben. - III. Erstmals 1616 in Antwerpen erschienene Schrift über die ewige Glückseligkeit. - Roberto Bellarmino (geb. 4. Oktober 1542 in Montepulciano; gest.17. September 1621 in Rom) war Theologe und Jesuit. Er war ein Hauptverfechter des römischen Katholizismus und der päpstlichen Suprematie im 16. Jahrhundert. Bellarmin hatte als Kardinal und Berater des Papstes bei der Vorbereitung des Verfahrens gegen Galilei eine Führungsrolle und war auch derjenige, der Galilei die Haltung des Vatikans deutlich machte. - Erster Titel mit altem Stempel, ansonsten im Text durchgehend sehr sauber. Sprache: la Gewicht in Gramm: 800 Pergamentband der Zeit mit Bindebändern (Rücken etwas berieben und im unteren Bereich mit 3 kleinen Fehlstellen).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun
2014-10-20 01:31:09
AA. VV.
Un volume in - folio massimo, m. pergamena coeva con angoli (cm. 54,5 x 35,5) con 70 carte geografiche tutte incise in rame alcune ripiegate più volte e dipinte. Le tavole sono le seguenti: Tabula Poliometrica Germaniae ac praeciporum quorandam locorum Europae... La Russie blanche ou Moscovie divisée suivant l' Estendue... Etats de Moscovie dediés A. Mons. le Comte de Maurepas... Regni Poloniae Magnique Ducatus Lithuaniae... Le Royaume de Prusse suivant les Nouvelles Observations... Cette carte du Brandbourg... Theatre de la guerre dans les pays Bas... Carte du Duche de Cleves de la Gueldre Catholique, partie de la Westphalie et de l' Archevesche de Cologne. La Hollande ou les provinces unies des Pays Bas... Darstellung des Grundisses und Prospect der Konigl... Le carte du Compte de Henneberg... Waldecciae ac Finitimorum Dominiorum Itterani & Cansteiniani... S.R.I. Principatus Fuldensis in Buchonia cum adjacentibus quibusdam Regionibus adumbratus... Tractus Nord Lingensis Germ. Ries dicti accurata descriptio... Territorium Sac. Rom. Imp. Lib. Civitatis Francofurtiad Moenum cum magna parte... Principatus Brandenburgico Cul Mbacensis vel Baruthinus... Delineatio aureae Sterilitatis Herciniae Metalliferae... Mappa specialis Principatus Halberstadiensis una cum unitia cum eo terris... Perspectivische Vorstellung des beruhmten Blocken oder Bokenbergs... Prospecte des Hartwalds nebsts accurater Vorstallung; Prospectus Hercinienses,. una cum Iconibus Machinarum et qua porro circa Venas eruendas ... Comitatus Stolbergici ad Hercyniam... Bohemia Regnum juxta XII. Circulus divisum, c … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Brighenti libri esauriti e rari
2014-10-17 19:17:26
REMUS, GEORG & CHARLES V, EMPEROR,
Herbonae Nassoviorum , Christophorus Corvinus, 1600. Editio altera. Small 8vo. (XVI+199+(9) pp. With woodcut printer's mark on title. Index. Hardcover. 18th century half calf, gilt lettered title on spine. VG. (Covers sl. rubbed; small piece of endpaper cut off, owner's dry stamp on endp.; scattered early underl. & marginal annots.). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Charbo's Antiquariaat [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2014-10-13 15:12:38
Panciroli Ottavio
Luigi Zannetti, Roma, 1600. In-8° (150 X 110 mm) pp. 954, [14] di indice analitico. Vignetta al frontespizio e 24 xilografie e capilettera incisi nel testo che è interamente riquadrato, marca tipografica al colophon. Bella legatura in cartonato moderno titoli al dorso. Prima edizione di questa preziosa guida. Esemplare in ottimo stato. Rossetti: 7781, Manca alla Vinciana e a Fossati-Bellani. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Giuseppina Biggio [TORINO, TO, Italy]
2014-10-07 16:23:04
Scherer, Georg, SJ.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2014-10-03 07:56:09
CARTE D"ANJOU). MERCATOR.
S.l.: Mercator, sd (ca 1600) - Gravure sur cuivre de 46,6 x 35,3 cm à la cuvette (dimensions de la feuille 56,5 x 44 cm). Epreuve coloriée. Trace de pliure au centre. Texte en latin au dos "Anjou, andegavensis ducatus". Carte publiée initialement en 1585 par Gerard Kremer, dit Mercator, dans les "Galliae Tabulae Geographicae", et republiée dans divers atlas jusque vers 1625 par les successeurs de Mercator, en particulier Henri Hondius.
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE DES CARRÉS
2014-10-03 07:56:09
CARTE D"ANJOU). MERCATOR.
S.l.: Mercator, sd (ca 1600) - Gravure sur cuivre de 46,6 x 35,3 cm à la cuvette (dimensions de la feuille 57 x 46,5 cm). Gravure en coloris ancien. Trace de pliure au centre, avec texte en français au dos "Le Duché d"Anjou". Exemplaire à bonnes marges. Carte publiée initialement en 1585 par Gerard Kremer, dit Mercator, dans les "Galliae Tabulae Geographicae", et republiée dans divers atlas jusque vers 1625 par les successeurs de Mercator, en particulier Henri Hondius.
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE DES CARRÉS
2014-10-01 20:39:21
SERRES, Olivier de, seigneur de Pradel
Bookseller: Librairie Guimard [nantes, France]
2014-09-29 20:50:50
ANON.,
[Frankfurt/Main], Apud Andreae Wecheli haeredes, Claudium Marnium, & Ioannem Aubrium, 1600. - Folio. (VIII)+986 pp. (pp. 1-95 unnumbered), printed in four parallel columns. With woodcut title vignette (printer's device), head- and tail-pieces, initials. Hardcover. Contemp. full calf, spine richly gilt, gilt decor. on front & rear covers. VG. (Covers sl. rubbed, title on spine a bit faded/dam.; small old repair to rear cover; corners & foot of spine sl. dam.; edges of endpapers sl. browned due to leather of binding; occas. light marginal waterst.). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Charbo's Antiquariaat
2014-09-28 20:11:48
GILBERT, William.
London: Peter Short, 1600. Folio (290 × 188 mm). Contemporary calf over wooden boards, metal furniture and clasps; rebacked, one catch missing, covers rubbed. Housed in a black cloth solander box by the Chelsea Bindery. Lightly browned at beginning and end, a good copy. Woodcut device (McKerrow 119) on title, large woodcut arms on verso, numerous text woodcuts, some full-page, large folding woodcut diagram (lightly browned), historiated woodcut capitals, head- and tailpieces. Provenance: Leiden, Royal Academy ("Acad. Lugd." stamp on binding, and ink lettered at top and bottom edges, "Publica auctoritate vendidi W.G. Pluym" duplicate stamp on title); bookplate of Samuel Verplanck Hoffman (1866–1942), president of the New York Historical Society, member of the Grolier Club, whose important collection of astrolabes was acquired by the Smithsonian in 1959. 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'" (PMM). In Book One Gilbert "introduced his new basic idea that the earth is a gigantic lodestone and thus has magnetic properties" while in Book Two, his observations on the amber effect "introduced the vocabulary of electrics, and is the basis for Gilbert's place in the history of electricity" (DSB). Gilbert's book "quickly became the standard … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2014-09-28 20:11:48
GILBERT, William.
London: Peter Short, 1600. Folio (290 × 188 mm). Contemporary calf over wooden boards, metal furniture and clasps; rebacked, one catch missing, covers rubbed. Housed in a black cloth solander box by the Chelsea Bindery. Lightly browned at beginning and end, a good copy. Woodcut device (McKerrow 119) on title, large woodcut arms on verso, numerous text woodcuts, some full-page, large folding woodcut diagram (lightly browned), historiated woodcut capitals, head- and tailpieces. Provenance: Leiden, Royal Academy ("Acad. Lugd." stamp on binding, and ink lettered at top and bottom edges, "Publica auctoritate vendidi W.G. Pluym" duplicate stamp on title); bookplate of Samuel Verplanck Hoffman (1866–1942), president of the New York Historical Society, member of the Grolier Club, whose important collection of astrolabes was acquired by the Smithsonian in 1959. 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'" (PMM). In Book One Gilbert "introduced his new basic idea that the earth is a gigantic lodestone and thus has magnetic properties" while in Book Two, his observations on the amber effect "introduced the vocabulary of electrics, and is the basis for Gilbert's place in the history of electricity" (DSB). Gilbert's book "quickly became the standard … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2014-09-28 20:11:48
GILBERT, William.
London: Peter Short, 1600. Folio (290 × 188 mm). Contemporary calf over wooden boards, metal furniture and clasps; rebacked, one catch missing, covers rubbed. Housed in a black cloth solander box by the Chelsea Bindery. Lightly browned at beginning and end, a good copy. Woodcut device (McKerrow 119) on title, large woodcut arms on verso, numerous text woodcuts, some full-page, large folding woodcut diagram (lightly browned), historiated woodcut capitals, head- and tailpieces. Provenance: Leiden, Royal Academy ("Acad. Lugd." stamp on binding, and ink lettered at top and bottom edges, "Publica auctoritate vendidi W.G. Pluym" duplicate stamp on title); bookplate of Samuel Verplanck Hoffman (1866–1942), president of the New York Historical Society, member of the Grolier Club, whose important collection of astrolabes was acquired by the Smithsonian in 1959. 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'" (PMM). In Book One Gilbert "introduced his new basic idea that the earth is a gigantic lodestone and thus has magnetic properties" while in Book Two, his observations on the amber effect "introduced the vocabulary of electrics, and is the basis for Gilbert's place in the history of electricity" (DSB). Gilbert's book "quickly became the standard … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2014-09-26 17:54:32
Anonymous Editor
Frankfurt am Main]: Heirs of Andreas Wechel: Claude Marne & Joannes Aubri, 1600. Hardcover. Very Good. Woodcut printer's mark and a few woodcut head- and tail-pieces. Folio fine English blindstamped Calf Binding attrib. to John Westall of Oxford c1606-1617 with 24 medallion heads between stylized foliage signed I.W. Restored by Trevor Hickman, bookbinding lecturer at Leicestershire College of Art, with his bookplate & binding details in pencil on new endpapers. All Edges Rouged Titlepage with Wechel printer's device but no place of imprint +[6]pp Prefaces + 986pp with page numbers 869-70 left out but 871-2 used twice in succession. Pages 1-95 un-numbered p96 has last two and a bit columns of AZE- to AZY and then start of BAA but all un-numbered previous pages are present signatures starting from A1. Printed in 4 columns per page. Faint marginal damp mark to upper margin soon fading out, some worming to margins usually just a few pin prick sized holes but in the V's some tracks again all marginal, no text affected. *Early Concordance (Adams B1962) in splendid Oxford binding. In the Preface, the anonymous editor credits the Frankfurt printers Marnius and Aubrius for this project: "viri pij, de literis & literatis iam-pridem optime meriti, quum de Latinis Concordantiis excudendis suscepissent consilium, & nostram opellam ea in re petissent, hunc ordinem sequi visum est". He dates the Preface Nonis Februariis, anno primo seculi Millesimi sexcentesimi [1600] and cites six previous Concordances 1555-1584 on which this work is based. The printers Johann Aubry (d.1601) & Claude … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Abbey Antiquarian Books [Blockley, GLOS, United Kingdom]
2014-09-24 16:28:10
Coquillart, Guillaume]
N.p.: , n.d. [later 18th century], 1600. N.p., n.d. [later 18th century]. Manuscript in French, written in a roman hand in brown ink, 27 lines, recto and verso, on vellum. 8 leaves, including title with hand-drawn vignette and border. 12mo. Early 19th-century red straight-grain morocco gilt, blue silk doublures and endleaves, a.e.g., by Thouvenin (signed "Thouve" in gilt on the spine), near fine. Manuscript in French, written in a roman hand in brown ink, 27 lines, recto and verso, on vellum. 8 leaves, including title with hand-drawn vignette and border. 12mo. Mansucript on Vellum of a Rare Erotic Work, Bound by Thouvenin. Manuscript facsimile on vellum of a rare erotic work, "Conjectures of Women," an excerpt from William Coquillart's legal parody DROITS NOUVEAULX, printed circa 1600 in Rouen by Abraham Cousturier. The work was again printed in a limited facsimile edition in 1830. "Présomptions signifie ici conjectures. D'apres l'extérieur des femmes, leur air, leur habillement, l'auteur présume leur conduite cachée; et il entre dans des détiails grossièrement obscènes" (Brunet). The present mansucript is attributed to the late 18th-century calligrapher François Florent Fyot, one of a number of calligraphers who specialized in producing manuscript facsimile copies, known as "copies figurées," of unobtainable 16th and 17th century printings. Cf. Brunet IV, 864-65; Tchemerzine (1977) II, 523; Gay-Lemonnyer III, 843-44. Provenance: Treuttel & Würtz, Booksellers (Sotheby's sale, lot 1814, 22 June 1817, ms no … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2014-08-26 22:15:54
(Colonna, Francesco, O. P.)
Chez Matthieu Guillemont 1600 (Colonna, Francesco, O. P.). Le Tableau des Riches inventions Couuertes du voile des feintes Amoureuses, qui font representees dans le Songe De Poliphile desvoilees des ombres du songe, & subtilement exposees par Béroalde de Verville (1556 - 1626). A. Paris, Chez Matthieu Guillemont, 1600. In - 4° antico, pergamena molle coeva. (20 ff., l' ultimo bianco), 154, (6) ff. con numerose xilografie, anche a piena pagina tratte dalla celebre edizione aldina del 1499. Raro esemplare con la figura di Priapo al f. 68 intatta. Frontespizio istoriato comprendente simboli alchemici inciso in rame. Stranissimo romanzo allegorico. Il Colonna (1449 - 1527) fu illustre frate domenicano. Brunet, IV, 710. Graesse, V, p. 388. Tchemerzine, II, 474. B. M., French Books, p. 119.
Bookseller: Brighenti libri esauriti e rari
2014-08-26 14:38:38
MISHNAH, Nezikin.
BM, Cat. of Hebrew books, p. 552; WorldCat (6 copies). First edition of a collection of rabbinical sayings, expressions and proverbs in Hebrew, with a parallel Latin translation on the facing pages. Henri Daquin compiler and translator in Latin was born in Avignon in 1600, the son of a learned rabbi from Carpentras, Mardochee (1578-1650), who converted to Christianity at Aquino in the Kingdom of Naples. Louis XIII appointed the father professor of Hebrew at the College de France. This must be the earliest scholarly work by his son Louis-Henri. The Catholic Church placed it on the index of prohibited books on 2 December 1622, but that did not prevent the publication of a second edition at Paris in 1626.Good copy, with some faint browning in the last quires and stain in the right-hand margin throughout.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)
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2014-08-18 18:50:10
AUGSBURG CITY LIBRARY
[Compiled by Georg Henisch]. Typographical border round title (very slightly shaved at outer margin). 559 pp., [38] leaves. Agenda chancery 4to (303 x 96 mm.), cont. pigskin-backed wooden boards (smallish stain to first two leaves, one wooden corner chipped), orig. clasps & catches. Augsburg: V. Schönigk, 1600. A wonderfully well-preserved copy, from the private collection of Helmuth Domizlaff, of the second earliest catalogue of an institutional library (preceded only by the extremely rare catalogue of the Leyden University Library in 1595). Augsburg was, after the Palatina, the most important public library in Germany and the present catalogue became a valuable reference tool for the contemporary scholar. Our catalogue of the library of the Imperial City of Augsburg is one of the rarest of the great institutional library catalogues and certainly, from the point of view of its format, one of the strangest. It was printed in the very unusual agenda format, probably for ease of carrying (it would fit in a deep pocket). While it has been speculated that some copies were also printed in quarto size, I do not believe any such example exists. Archer Taylor wrote, in his Book Catalogues, regarding this catalogue, "it is said to have been printed in one hundred copies only" (p. 94). Augsburg's library "must have been one of the most important public libraries in the Europe of its time: many thousand works by over 4,000 authors are accurately described and arranged according to first names. It must have represented a valuable reference tool for the contemporary scholar."-Groli … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.
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2014-08-17 22:19:56
Chartari, Flaminio.
Venedig, Zenaro, 1600.. [8], 262, [30] S. Mit Holzschnitt-Titelvignette und Holzschnitt-Initialen und -Kopfstücken. Flexibler Pergamentband der Zeit mit Rückentitel; Kapitale defekt, Rückenbezug an den Bünden gebrochen, fleckig, Bindebänder fehlen.. Das juristische Werk (zuerst erschienen 1590) des Rechtsanwalts Flaminio Cartari (auch: Chartari, 1531-1593), der in Perugia und Orvieto wirkte, behandelt detailliert die Theorie und Praxis des Verhörs bis hin zur Folter als Teil des Rechtsprozesses seiner Zeit. Er beschreibt den Verlauf des Verhörs, den Ausgangspunkt und die korrekte Form. Er arbeitet heraus, welche Vorkehrungen von dem Interrogator getroffen werden müssen und behandelt die Praxis der Befragung zur Prüfung der Beweisführung. - Mit gelegentlichen Unterstreichungen, teils stockfleckig und gebräunt, mit Wasserrand im Innensteg (und zum Schluß:) an den Außenecken sowie Braunflecken. S. 189/190 mit Randausriß mit etwas Textverlust, Name auf Titel, letzte Lage gelockert und mit winzigem Wurmloch. - USTC 19139 (Ausgabe 1590); Adams G 1404.
Bookseller: Antiquariat C. Rinnelt - (Versand mit Dt
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2014-08-10 15:55:50
[ALBUM AMICORUM - GERMANY]. BÖKEL (BÖCKELIUS), Wilhelm.
For Wilhelm Bökel: Georg Erler (ed.), Die jüngeren Matrikel der Universität Leipzig, vol. I, p. 37. Elaborately illustrated album amicorum of Wilhelm Bökel junior, with contributions by eminent scholars and noblemen. Bökel (or Böckelius), born in Stendal (Germany) ca. 1600, was the son of a physician and studied law in Stettin (Szczecin in Poland), Helmstedt, Jena and Leipzig. Most of the contributions date from his time in Leipzig (1621-1624), but the album also includes entries from prominent noblemen from Pomerania and the Baltic region, such as Philip II, Duke of Pomerania, and Jacob Kettler, Duke of Courland and Semigallia. Most of the contributions are in Latin (with some mottoes in French, German and Greek) and 25 are illustrated with the coat of arms of the contributor in coloured gouaches, highlighted with gold. The 23 engraved portraits, several by or after Lucas and Wolfgang Kilian, show European rulers and clergymen. Also included is a view of Venice in coloured gouaches, highlighted with gold, and another of a woman throwing herself on a sword, perhaps intended as Lucretia.Loosely inserted is a manuscript index and 4-page manuscript report on the album by Johannes Bodel Nijenhuis, noting that it was sold at auction in Leiden by C.C. van der Hoek on 3 March 1854, as well as a copy of the report by C.W. van der Hoek, dated 30 March 1854. Some soiling and an occasional leaf with a few letters of the text or the edge of a drawing very slightly shaved, but otherwise in very good condition.
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2014-08-08 20:53:51
. altkol. Kupferstich v. Hufnagel aus Braun - Hogenberg, um 1600, 37 x 49,5. Restauriert und angerändert.
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2014-08-02 04:05:11
William Shakespeare
c. 1600. The piece measure 1.25�€ x 1.25�€ x 0.5�€, and is mounted on a slightly larger card measuring, 2.5�€ x 2.25�€. On the verso of the card is a manuscript note which reads: <b><i>�€œCut from Shakespeare�€™s [be]dstead given to Wm. Brooke [by] Mr. Trepass Stratford on Av[on] [E]ngland July 1860.�€</i></b> Note is faded, and mount is slightly torn in bottom right. Fine condition. <div><div><br></div><div>Besides serving as inspiration for some of his more amorous scenes, Shakespeare�€™s bed has interesting significance with regard to the theories of dissent in his marriage to Anne Hathaway. In his last will and testament, Shakespeare only made one bequest to his wife, that being his �€œsecond-best bed with the furniture.�€ While there is no reference to the �€œbest�€ bed and to whom that should belong, this line sparked many theories �€“ such as it being meant to spite Hathaway, insinuating that Anne was only the �€œsecond-best�€ person in his life, which has led to whispers of a secret paramour. However, a more accepted opinion is that in Elizabethan England it was custom to save the best bed of the house for guests, in which case Shakespeare was bequeathing their marital bed to her, and not insulting her at all. <br></div><div><br></div><div>There have been many recent works focusing on Anne and William�€™s relationship, and yet no one clear method of thinking has emerged. Views vary from portraying Anne as the adulterous and discontent housewife, to William as the cheater himself, to a mutually respectful, yet cold partnership, to the love of the century. … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-07-28 10:58:42
QUAD, Matthias.
Cologne, c.1600. 165 x 270mm. Engraved by Johannes Bussemacher after Henricus Nagel, published in Quad's 'Geographisch Handtbuch'.
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2014-07-28 10:55:44
Stengler, Fabius (Pseud.).
O. O., um 1600.. Lateinische Handschrift (schwarze und rote Tinte) auf Papier. (12) SS. Geheftet. 4to.. Zeitgenössische Abschrift dieser auch ins Deutsche übersetzten Scherzdisputation, die erste in der "Hasenliteratur". "Zu Beginn des letzten Jahrzehnts des 16. Jahrhunderts erschien unter dem Titel 'Theses de hasione et hasibili qualitate' eine in der Art einer akademischen Disputation aufgemachte kleine Schrift ohne Ort und Datum [...] Wir kennen bisher weder ihren Verfasser noch den Druckort [...] Der Inhalt - in einem korrekten, fast eleganten Latein geschrieben - ist allzu zeitkritisch, um nur als ein Studentenulk aufgefaßt zu werden. Man möchte hinter ihm als Autor eher einen humorbegabten Gelehrten als einen Studenten sehen, der Sinn für Spaß hatte, aber in erster Linie doch Schwächen der Zeit aufzeigen und auf seine Weise einen Beitrag zur beliebten Narrenliteratur liefern wollte" (Lindner 288). Bis 1741 wurde die Schrift mindestens 25mal aufgelegt. - Papierbedingt durchgehend gebräunt; einige Randläsuren. Der Titel rot regliert. - Vgl. Erman/Horn I, 7416.
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2014-07-24 08:49:50
Ratzeburg. - Gesamtansicht.
Braun und Hogenberg, 1600. Fauser 11459. - Koeman B&H 5, 43. - Breitrandiges, schönes Exemplar dieser frühen Darstellung..
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2014-07-18 16:17:43
Le Petit, J. F.
",Zelande, West-Frise, Utrecht, Frise, Overyssel & Groeningen, jusques a la fin de l'An 1600. Dordrecht, Jacob Canin for the author, 1601, 2 vols., (22), 650, 240, (18);16,779, 15 p., 2 ident. engr. titles, full-p. portrait of the author and 53 large full-lenght portaits in text by C. van Sighem I, 18th cent. unif. hvellum, folio.".
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2014-07-17 11:21:32
1600. Kupferstich aus Braun-Hogenberg, ca. 1600, altkoloriert. Ca. 32 x 43 cm.. Zwei Stadtansichten auf einem Blatt. Zeigt Grenoble und Romans-sur-Isere. Das seltene Blatt erschien in den "Civitates Orbis Terrarum" von Braun und Hogenberg. Mit französischem Rückentext. Schönes Altkolorit. Two city views on one sheet. Shows Grenoble and Romans-sur-Isere out of bird's eye. This rare sheet appeared in "Civitates Orbis Terrarum" by Braun and Hogenberg. With french text on verso. Contemporary coloured.
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2014-07-14 20:46:10
( COLONNA, Francesco ).:
Paris, Matthieu Guillemot, 1600FIRST EDITION FIRST ISSUE 1600 of Beroalde's French translation of the Italian work Hypnerotomachia Poliphili. Small 4to, approximately 255 x 175 mm, 10 x 7 inches, engraved title page with wide border of pictorial alchemical symbols, 181 woodcuts, of which 10 full page and most half page or larger, 3 headpieces with cherubs, one with a ram, others of type ornaments, historiated initials, leaves: (9 of 10) lacking blank last leaf of prelims, 1 - 154, (6 - Table), lacking fo.27; collation: * - *****4 ( - *****4 blank leaf), A - Z4 ( - G3), Aa - Rr4 (Q4, Dd3, Ff3 missigned O4, Cc3, F3). Bound in full mottled calf, raised bands to spine, small gilt floral motif in compartments, recent gilt titled red morocco label, narrow gilt dentelles (turn - ins), marbled endpapers, all edges red. Hinges cracked but covers holding firmly on the cords, some rubbing to spine with slight loss of surface, small repairs to corners, 2 small scrapes to lower cover, tiny binder's ticket of Padeloup le jeune of Paris to front endpaper, a couple of catalogue cuttings tipped onto 2nd blank front endpaper, title page very slightly trimmed and laid down, no loss of image, very faintly browned, 1 tiny ink mark and 1 tiny rust mark to title, scattered brown spotting throughout the volume, very little pale staining to margins, a little light brown staining to page 118, no loss of legibility, tiny rust hole to 2 margins, full page illustration page 68 repaired to margins with 2 very small chips to lower edge of image (not detracting from the main image: the sacrifice to Priapu … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-07-14 14:54:41
BARLANDUS, HADRIANUS
Antwerpen J. Moretus 1600. Drukkersvignet + gegraveerd wapen van Albert en Isabella + 1 uitslaande kaart van graafschap Brabant + 36 gegraveerde afbeeldingen van de hertogen van Brabant. Perkament. Gr. 4to. (XVI), 192, 48, (2) pp. *iets los in de band; enkele oude inktstrepen op de schutbladen; papier hier en daar licht roestvlekkig en wat gebruind; oude tekst onderzijde boekblok; enkele kleine gaatjes in voorplat*'Hadrianus (Adrianus) Barlandus (Adriaan van Baarland), Baarland (Zuid-Beveland), 28 september 1486 - Leuven, 15 oktober 1538. Barlandus kreeg in Gent zijn eerste opleiding en studeerde vervolgens in Leuven, waarna hij tot priester werd gewijd. Na een onprofijtelijk jaar als hoogleraar Latijn voorzag hij in zijn levensonderhoud door jongens van gegoede komaf op te leiden voor de academische studie. Naast zijn historische werk verrichtte hij nog arbeid op literair en filologisch gebied'. E.O.G. Haitsma Mulier. G.A.C. van der Lem. Repertorium van geschiedschrijvers in Nederland 1500-1800. Den Haag, 1990, pp. 21-22. Het gegraveerde wapen is van P.van de Borcht. De 36 gravures zijn van P. Galle naar Antonio de Succa. Dit is eerste geïllustreerde editie van deze kroniek. De eerste editie verscheen te Antwerpen in 1526.
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2014-07-02 08:41:57
Lauinger Druck in rotem Pergament, Holzschnitte, Grafen Schönborn, Chronik - Wolf, J.:
Lauingen, Rheinmichel, 1600.. Folio, circa 33 x 21 cm. 18 Bll., 1012 SS., mt Holzschnittbordüre, Portrait und 228 teils wiederh. Textholzschnitten Rotes Pergament d. Zt. Mit kleinem Etikett (roter Löwe) der Grafen Schönborn. VD 16, W 4209 u. 4211; Adams W 236; Becker, Amman 131; Bucher, Lauingen 333. - Erste Ausgabe, hier der in sich abgeschlossene erste Band von zweien. Chronikartiger Überblick über die historisch-politischen, weltlichen, geistlichen und kulturellen Ereignisse seit Christi Geburt bis in das 15. Jahrhundert. Der reiche Bilderschmuck stammt u. a. aus dem "Trachtenbuch der katholischen Geistlichkeit" von Jost Amann, dessen Holzschnitte hier erneut zum Großteil verwendet wurden. Die eindrucksvolle Titelbordüre und viele weitere, teils satirische Holzschnitte (einige mit Monogramm) stammen lt. Nagler von Jakob Leiderlein. - Exemplar aus der Bibliothek der Grafen Schönborn mit dem Etikett (roter Löwe) auf dem Deckel vorne. - Teils stärker gebräunt oder fleckig, Vorsatzblatt etwas lädiert und mit altem Eintrag, Einband berieben, ohne Bindebänder, dennoch dekorativer, schwerer Pergamentband in Rot.
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2014-06-21 06:00:32
SICHEM, Christof van 1580-1648
?Amsterdam ca. 1600. 298 x 207 mm. Matted. Small restored hole to blank area; collector's mark to verso (not located in Lugt). A very good impression, with full line border.. Wurzbach: Niederländisches Künstler-Lexicon Vol. II, p. 620, no. 20. Kinsky p. 93, no. 3.
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2014-06-19 19:23:19
. Der Zweispitz innen mit silberfarbener Seide ausgekleidert und Angabe der Marke *Kongelig Hof-Guldtraekker C. L Seifert, Kjoebenhavn*. Innen mit ledernem Schweißband. Der Zweispitz mit reich goldbestickter Kokarde. Der Zweispitz etwas berieben mit kleineren Gebrauchsspuren, der Metallkoffer etwas bestoßen. ( Gewicht 1600 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ).
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2014-06-13 07:46:59
Stradanus, Johannes
. ( Kupferstich von Ph. Galle nach J. Stradanus um 1600 ) Schönes Blatt ( Bildgröße 20x27cm ) unter Passepartout montiert ( Gesamtgröße 48 x 52 cm ). Das Blatt leicht gebräunt, gering fleckig, verso etwas braunfleckig. Insgesamt wohlerhalten. ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available ).
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2014-06-13 07:46:59
Stradanus, Johannes
. ( Kupferstich um 1600 ) Bildgröße 20 x 27 cm, unter Passepartout montiert ( Gesamtgröße 47,5 x 52 cm ). Der schöne Kupferstich gering fleckig bzw. am Unterrand mit einem schwachen Braunfleck, ansonsten wohlerhalten und dekorativ. ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available ).
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2014-05-26 08:11:42
Matteo Florimi
Siena ca 1600. Kupferstich, 52 x 40 cm. Vogelschauansicht zeigt Neapel, mit einem 75 Nrn. umfassenden Verzeichnis unten. Gestochen von Matteo Florimi (ca 1540 - 1615) a. d. Schule von Lafrery tätig am Ende des 16. Jrhs and am Anfang des 17. Jrhs. Ähnlich zu der Ansicht 'La Citta di Napoli Gentile' von Claudio Duchetti a. d. J. 1585. Mit dünnem Rändchen, wie immer. Winzige hiterlegte Ausrisse im Rand, insgesamt gut erhalten. - Bifolco - Ronca, S. 386-387. Vgl. Novacco 4F 234. Van der Heyden 32. Scarce bird's eye view showing Neaples with a key in the lower margin. By Matteo Florimi (ca 1540 - 1615) from the Lafrery school, active at the end of the 16th century and the beginning of the 17th. Similar to the engraving 'La Citta di Napoli Gentile' by Claudio Duchetti from 1585. As always trimmed to the image, some tiny loss of image in the margins, in general in a good condition. - Bifolco - Ronca, S. 386-387. Vgl. Novacco 4F 234. Van der Heyden 32.
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2014-05-23 14:19:42
PITHOU, Pierre et François
Paris, Abel L'Angelier, 1600. ______ Format : In-4. [249 x 170 mm] Collation : (20), 222, (12) pp. Reliure : Vélin. (Reliure de l'époque.). ____ Première édition. Un édition posthume des commentaires de Pierre Pithou (1539-1596), établie et augmentée par son frère François. Une biographie de Pithou par Josias Mercier précède l'ouvrage avec plusieurs éloges funèbres. Titre en noir et rouge. Reliure un peu frottée. Une mouillure claire angulaire. Bon exemplaire. Provenance : F. Ragneau (signature contemporaine sur le titre). Gouron & Terrin 2097. Basalmo, Simonin, Abel L'Angelier 346. *-------*.
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2014-05-14 18:11:32
. Kupferstich v. Heinrich Bünting aus Itinearium Sacrae Scripturae. ... b. Ambroisius Kirchner in Magdeburg, 1600, 38,5 x 28 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). van der Heijden, Heinrich Büntings Itinearium Sacrae Scripturae, 1581. in: Cartographica Helvetica, 23, S. 5 ff.; Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. A - D, S. 209 (Heinrich Bünting <Buenting>, 1545-1606. Professor of theology at Hannover. Itinerarium sacrae scripturae, 1581 and later editions in various languages, contained woodcut maps including. - Zeigt Israel. - Die Karte mit Titelkopfleiste.
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2014-05-11 14:52:53
Wolf, Johannes:
Lauingen Reinmichel 1600. Lederband der Zeit, 4°, [18] Blatt, 1012 Seiten Mit Holzschn.-Titelbord. u. 228 Holzschn. v. J. Amman u. J. Lederlein., Aussengelenke teils offen , Einband berieben, Bilder gerne auf Anfrage. VD 16, W 4210 //
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2014-05-11 14:52:53
Wolff, Johann:
Lauingen Reinmichel 1600 Lederband der Zeit, 4°, [18] Blatt, 1012 Seiten Mit Holzschn.-Titelbord. u. 228 Holzschn. v. J. Amman u. J. Lederlein., Aussengelenke teils offen , Einband berieben, Bilder gerne auf Anfrage VD 16, W 4210 // Versand D: 9,00 EUR Johann Wolf 1537-1600
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2014-05-10 22:08:52
SCHIAPPALARIA (Stefano Ambrosio).
In Verona, appresso la Compagnia de gli Aspiranti, 1600. - in-4. 20ff. 480pp. Vélin de l'époque usagé, titre manuscrit au dos (petits manques au dos). Rare édition imprimée à Vérone de ce traité historique et biographique consacré au règne de Jules César. Divisé en quatre parties, il est précédé d'une épître dédicatoire à Ferdinand, baron d'Herberstein, qui fut composée par le littérateur italien Orlando Pescetti. Cette contribution est significative car Pescetti avait publié en 1594 une tragédie intitulée 'Il Cesare', considérée par certains comme une probable source d'inspiration de Shakespeare pour sa tragédie 'Jules César' (1623). Le présent ouvrage parut initialement en 1578 sous le titre de "La Vita di C. Iulio Cesare". Il est illustré de 6 gravures sur bois in-texte représentant des dispositifs militaires de franchissement. Bel ex-libris armorié en taille-douce du Comte de Grassi au verso du plat supérieur. Quelques rousseurs et traces de mouillures marginales aux premiers feuillets. Adams, 661.
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2014-05-09 15:33:48
Valegio, Francesco.
Universus terrarum orbis scriptorum calamo deliniatus, (1600).. Kupferstich. 8,5x13. Gerahmt, (echt glanz gold altgrün).. Herrmann 428/3.
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2014-05-05 10:14:50
. Kupferstich b. G. Rosaccio in Venedig, um 1600, 10 x 17,8 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Zacharakis, A Catalogue of printed Maps of Greece 1477-1800, vgl. Rosaccio Nr. 2967/1949 - vorliegendes Blatt ohne Titelkopfleiste, Seitenzahl u. Buchstabe. - Zeigt die Insel Samos. - Oben links "62". - Die Karte ohne Rückentext!
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2014-04-29 18:54:26
. Altkol. Holzschnitt von (S. Utzschneider), vor 1600, 6,5 x 29 cm.. Schefold 40308: "Gedruckt zu Augspurg bey Simon Utzschneider auff unser lieben Frauen Thor". - Unter Verlust der Druckangabe beschnitten, mit schmalen Rändchen um die Einfassungslinie.
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2014-04-28 21:00:19
Braun & Hogenberg
. EISLEBEN/ Mansfeld: Gesamtansicht - um 1600, Kupferstich, koloriert, 18x47 cm.
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