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2009-06-30 13:08:30
QUAD, Matthias (1557- ca 1609)
Cologne: laminis Iani buxemechers, [1600]. Single sheet, float-mounted and framed (sheet size: 14 4/8 x 11 4/8 inches; 9 x 11 4/8 inches to the neat line; framed size: 21 x 23 inches). A fine engraved map of North America by Johannes Bussemacher, the title and note within a frame beneath the map. A MAP OF NORTH AMERICA FROM THE FIRST ATLAS PUBLISHED IN GERMAN First edition, from Matthias Quad's general atlas of the world, "Geographisch Handtbuch", 1600. The atlas was largely an expansion of his earlier 'Europae totius orbis terrarum' of 1592. It was a landmark moment in publishing, the work being the first atlas to be composed in German. Johannes Bussemacher was employed by Quad to engrave the map of North America which is a reduced version of Cornelis de Jode's 'Americae pars borealis'. It is one of the earliest maps to concentrate on North America alone. De Jode condensed information for the map, which excludes the extreme northwest, from current wall maps and he was the first to make use of both John White and Jacques le Moyne's east coast cartography, although he inaccurately placed it. Quad here continues the mistake of placing the nomenclature of Virginia too far north. A long narrow waterway to the north represents the North West Passage; Lago de Conibas is also indicated. Some names have been surprisingly left out, notably Bermuda, St. Augustine, Roanoke and Chesapeake. A curious 'second' peninsula is shown to the west of Florida which could be an early depiction of the Mississippi delta. Below the map is a panel with descriptive text. Quad included this map in a se … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries
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2009-03-17 02:16:30
SCALIGERO GIULIO CESARE.
in Bibliopolo Commeliniano, 1600. Cm. 18, pp. (4) 692. Leg. in pergamena antica abilmente rimontata. Qualche naturale brunitura alle carte, ma buona conservazione. Si tratta dell'opera omnia poetica del grande erudito cinquecentesco di Riva del Garda (?). Manca la seconda parte che riporta un testo con una traduzione da Sofocle per mano del figlio Giuseppe Giusto.
Bookseller: Benacense [IT]
2009-03-10 12:13:34
MARY Jules
Jules Rouff et Cie, 1600. Condition: Très bon état. Non daté. In-4. Relié demi-cuir. Etat du neuf. Plats abîmés. Dos très frotté. Papier jauni. 814 pages pour le tome I et tome II paginé de 815 à 1600. Gravure en noir et blanc en 1re page du tome I. Illustrés de très nombreuses gravures en noir et blanc dans et hors texte. Auteur. titre et fleurons dorés sur les dos. Epidermures sur les dos. Bords et coins des plats très frottés. 1er plat du tome I taché. Page de garde du tome I détachée. Quelques pages se détachant.. . . . Classification Dewey : 840.08-XIX ème siècle. Ouvrage de la fin du XIXe siècle. Gravures de Charles Morel. Quesnel. Navellier Marie. etc.. SKU : RO40105301.
Bookseller: le-livre [SABLONS, FR]
2009-03-09 03:17:06
D.N. Iustiniani sacratiss. Principis PP. August.:
Lugduni (Lyon), ohne Verlag, 1600. Mit Titelvignette und vielen Bordüren. ca. 1200 Seiten (z.T. unpag.). 4°. Pergamenteinband der Zeit. Schwarz- rot Druck, zweispaltig. Das Buch beinhaltet in einem Volumen mehrere Werke: erstens, die hier im Titel aufgeführten Institutionen des Justinian, der Corpus Iuris Ciuilis (Corpus Juris Civilis, CJC, oder Codex Justinianus), eine Kodifizierung des gesamten römischen Rechts, die von dem Ost-Römischen Kaiser Justinian im sechsten Jahrhundert in Auftrag gegeben wurde. Im direkten Anhang zu diesem Werk sind auch die Fragmenta Veteris Iuris Romani abgedruckt, also die Gesetze der zwölf Tafeln (Leges XII Tabularum). Die Ausgabe folgt laut Titelblatt den Anmerkungen des Glossatoren Franciscus Accursius. Der Teil der zwölf Tafeln folgt den Konjekturen des Jacobus Cuiacius. Dieser Teil beinhaltet 4 Blatt mit Titel und Inhaltsverzeichnis (unpaginiert), dann folgen 488 Spalten. Zweitens folgt: "Corporis Iuris Ciuilis Pars illa quam uulgo Paruum Volumen uocant." Dieses enthält die Gesetzesgebung Justinians nach dem Jahr 534, welche nie in einer neuen Zusammenstellung in das Einheitliche Werk der Institutiones aufgenommen wurde. Es entspricht den Novellen, dem "Liber Authenticorum". Dieser Teil enthält 8 Blätter (inklusive Titelblatt, Inhaltsverzeichnis und einem leeren Blatt, unpaginiert) und 1012 Spalten. Drittens: "Veteres-renouatae Longobardorum leges. Tribus Libris distinctae." Hierbei handelt es sich wohl um eine von dem CJC unabhängigen Gesetzessammlung der Langobarden (oder Lombarden), erstmals im 12. Jahrhundert von Carolus Cottus Siculu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: BerlinAntiquariat [Germany]
2009-03-08 22:14:35
6 manuscrits 1600 In-plano 1808-1814 Etiquettes de Hooghart & Cie à Anvers. Années 1808, 1810, 1811, 1812, 1813 et 1814 (manque 1809). Respectivement 306, 314, 282, 278, 286 et 138 pp. + pages vierges. Avec un autre registre in-plano, relié pleine toile, daté du 30 ventôse an 13 [21 mars 1805] et signé par Antoine Joseph Pascal Latteur (Bruxelles 1749/1810), député et président du tribunal d’appel du département de la Dyle. Registre comptable de l’an 13 à 1810. Nombreuses pages vierges. Taches et accrocs sur certaines reliures. «Grands livres [.] pour servir à M. Louis François Passy, receveur général du département de la Dyle, à y rapporter, jour par jour, tant au débit qu'au crédit, des comptes qu'il y ouvrira, les divers articles qu'il aura passé au journal». [Louis François Passy (Etrépagny - Eure - 1760/Gisors 1834), receveur général du département de la Dyle, de 1800 à 1814]. Signés et paraphés, suivant les années, par François Louis René Mouchard de Chaban (1757/1814), Frédéric Séraphin de La Tour du Pin Gouvernet (1759/1837), Frédéric Christophe d'Houdetot (1778/1859). Panorama complet des finances du département, de l'apogée à la chute de l'Empire. 6 volumes in-plano (54 x 38 cm), reliés plein cuir de Russie, vert Empire, dos lisses ornés de divers attributs dorés, pièces de titre «grand livre» en maroquin rouge (rel. de l'époque, taches et accrocs). L'un est en demi reliure [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Traces Ecrites [Paris, France]
2009-03-03 05:13:29
BARONIO ANGELO.
apud Ch. Draconium, 1600. Cm. 20, pp. (12) 58 (2). Stemma di Ranuccio Farnese inciso al frontespizio. Legatura ottocentesca in mezza pergamena. Qualche segno d'uso, ma buona conservazione. Raro epitalamio in onore dei Farnese composto dal Baronio, poeta e pubblico professore di eloquenza in Cremona dove era nato.
Bookseller: Benacense [IT]
2009-02-19 02:18:13
Scherer, Georg, SJ.
Bruck an der Thaya, Druckerei des Prämonstratenserstiftes, 1599-1600. Folio. 2 vols. With figural titble borders and 13 woodcuts in the text. (7), 663 [but: 661], (15) ff. (17), 546 [but: 545], (10) ff. Contemp. vellum; spines and covers attractively gilt; gilt supralibros. First edition of the collected works of the Tyrol Jesuit Scherer (1559-1605), rector of the Viennese college and a fervent preacher of counter-reformation. His polemics against Osiander, Heerbrand, and other Lutherans occasioned a long series of printed refutations. Scherer's writings prove that he was "ein rühriger, gewandter, schlagfertiger Schriftsteller [.] und sich zugleich durch einen für jene Zeit ganz vorzüglichen Stil auszeichnete [.] Darunter sind von bleibendem Werthe namentlich 'Neun und zwaintig Predigen . von Notis, Merck- und Kenn-Zeichen der wahren und falschen Kirchen', eine gründliche, durchaus praktische, für das Volk leicht verständliche Abhandlung über die Kirche" (Wetzer/W.). Part 2 contains (at the end) the famous children's catechism. - Printed at the first and only 16th and 17th century press in Bruck an der Thaya (Louckem pod Znojmem) in Moravia, established in 1595 by abbot Sebastian II from Baden near Vienna. The printer was probably Bartholomäus Albert Fuhrmann; until the press was closed in 1608, it produced merely 22 known works. - Title page with contemp. ms. note by Johann Rupert Hegemüller, to whom the author himself had presented the volumes as a gift. Later in the collection of the Austrian local historian Candid von Engelshofen (1803-66; with his library stamp and she … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2009-02-15 17:10:16
Bussemacher
c. 1600, Cologne. A very rare map of the Russian Empire stretching from Lithuania in the west to Urals in the east. Latin text on verso., Size : 215x290 (mm), 8.5x11.375 (Inches), Black & White
Bookseller: Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2009-01-21 21:13:38
Quad
Cologne, 1600. Size : 210x295 (mm), 8.25x11.625 (Inches), Black & White
Bookseller: Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2009-01-11 21:11:18
Mainz - Würzburg - Sitten -
Kupferstich aus Braun-Hogenberg, ca. 1600, koloriert. 33,6 x 47,5 cm. Drei detailreiche Ansichten auf einem Blatt. Zeigt Mainz, Würzburg und Sitten (Sion)/Wallis aus der Vogelschau. Zwischen der Ansicht von Mainz und der von Sion Privileg. Das seltene Blatt erschien in den "Civitates Orbis Terrarum" von Braun und Hogenberg. Mit lateinischem Rückentext. Neues, jedoch sehr schönes Kolorit.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen [Trier, Germany]
2008-12-05 15:28:52
CAMBRAI - BRAUN, G. & F. HOGENBERG:
Handcoloured view of the French town Cambrai. Köln ca. 1600. 33 x 44,7 cm. In old mahogany frame with glass on both sides. With latin text on verso.. From Civitates Orbis Terrarum
Bookseller: Peter Grosells Antikvariat
2008-12-03 20:49:31
Krüger, Eugen
Berlin, Hamburg, Wernicke; Charles Fuchs; Korn,. Folge von 18 losen großformatigen, farbigen Chromolithographien des bekannten Hamburger Lithographen Eugen Krüger. Jeweils auf Trägerkartons montiert, Maße von 28 x 43 cm bis 33 x 50 cm- Ungewöhnliche Arbeiten, meist Landschaftsdarstellungen mit kriegerischen Details bzw. figürlicher Staffage. Meist am unteren weißen Rand handschriftlich oder auch verso bezeichnet. Wohl von Eugen Krüger selbst, teils auch von Eugen Krüger handschriftlich signiert: Vorhanden sind: Gebietshaus (?) von Donchery, Zusammenkunft zwischen Bismarck und Napoleon - Mont Valerien u.St.Cloud - Bei St.Denis - Drei Pappeln auf dem Gaisberge - Uferlandschaft mit Brücke und Befestigung ( nicht näher bezeichnet ) - Meeresansicht - Beaugency - Straßburg, Partie vom Bahnhof - Zeltlager vor Metz bei Rezonville - Toul - Rezonville, Schlachtfeld - Fort Romainville vor Paris - Ehrental, Gräber bei Spicheren - Schlachtfeld bei Artenay - Gesprengte Brücke bei Nuits - Sturm in Bivonac - Belfort, Inneres der Festungswerke - Gaisberg bei Weissenburg. Die Chromolithographien teils etwas fleckig, einige mit kleinen Randläsionen. - sehr selten - ( Gesamtgewicht 1600 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available ) ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available ).
Bookseller: Buchhandlung & Antiquariat Friederichsen
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2008-12-01 15:41:18
Libri Quatur:
Lugduni (Lyon), ohne Verlag, 1600.. Mit Titelvignette und vielen Bordüren. Schwarz-rot Druck, zweispaltig. 4°.. Blind geprägter Pergament der Zeit mit echten Bünden. Lateinisches Buch über das Gerichtswesen , Königsurkunden und Gesetze der Zeit. Nicht einheitliche Seitenzählung der verschiedenen Bände in diesem Buch: 1. Teil: 4 Blatt mit Titel und Inhaltsverzeichnis ungezählt, dann folgen 488 Spalten. 2. Teil: "Corporis iuris civilis pars illa quam vulgo parvum volumen vocant." 8 Blatt mit Titel, Inhaltsverzeichnis und einem leeren Blatt ungezählt, es folgen 1012 Spalten. Vor dem neuen Titel folgt eine ungezählte Seite, dann folgt der 3.Teil: "Veteres-renovatae longobardorum leges. Tribus libris distinctae" mit 4 ungezählten Seiten, 362 Spalten, es folgen 5 Blatt "Tituli legum longobardorum" und "Index legum longobardorum". 4. Teil : "Promptuarium universi iuris civilis...indices generalis (1593)" mit 48 ungezählten Blatt ( verschiedene Untertitel, Aufzählungen etc-) UND: "Universi Iuris Civilis rerum, verborum et sententiarum tam contetus quam gloffarum infigniorum. INDEX" mit 78 ungezählten Blatt. Exemplar gut erhalten, auch innen, siehe FOTO!
Bookseller: BerlinAntiquariat
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2008-11-22 10:38:11
REBOUL Guillaume
A Montpellier: chez le libertin imprimeur juré de la sainte réformation et se vendent au coin de la loge, 1600. Fine. chez le libertin imprimeur juré de la sainte réformation et se vendent au coin de la loge, A Montpellier 1600, in 12, 223pp., relié. - Rare second edition, first published the previous year. Full sheepskin Tawny late nineteenth back to 5 pet. Nerves, double gilt fillets enclosing the nerves, parts black and red title. Triple fillet border on covers. Little miss at the end of each joint, binding rubbed, clipped short. Guillaume Reboul (1560-1611), famous French writer and pamphleteer which most of the work seems focused on his obsessive hatred of Protestants. Itself from a Protestant family, he converted and will almost immediately excommunicated ultimate satire against Pope will cost beheading in Rome. His work is mainly satirical and pamphleteer, there falls a careful reading and a taste for Rabelais. The Synod makes the scene and the actors of Protestantism whose purpose is sworn atheism and the ruin of souls, the staging is more funny and offbeat it is not a story, but synod with a real profession of faith and action of each major character of Protestantism. His immoderate taste for satire to criticize violently pushed as the Jesuits, the English, the Germans? The Protestant doctrine and his ministers. Note the passages in dialect Languedoc. --- 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] Deuxième et rare édition, une première par … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet
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2008-10-29 17:42:47
Prudencio de Sandoval
Luis Sanchez, 1600-01-01. leatherbound. Good. (OO3) - Madrid - Sacada de un libro mui antiguo escrito de mano con letras de los Godos, por relación de los mismos que lo vieron, y de muchas escrituras y privilegios originales del mismo Emperador, y otros. - Viñeta en la portada - Contiene 11[h] + 491[p] - Encuadernado en medio cuero - Portada reparada en la punta superior - Ejemplar guillotinado en los extremos causando en algunos casos leve pérdida de título en el sector superior - Páginas 489 a 491 reparadas con pérdida de texto - Hojas presentan manchas de óxido - Estado más que regular
Bookseller: LIBROSELCIDCAMPEADOR [Santiago de Chile, (.), Chile]
2008-06-16 15:04:31
CONESTAGGIO, Girolamo Franchi di)
London: Hatfield & Blount, 1600. Engraved printer's device (Caduceus) on title page. (12), 324, (7) pages. (page 177 is misnumbered). Small folio, beautifully bound by Chambolle in full dark blue crushed levant with tripple gilt fillet borders enclosing fine gilt arms (Superabo) on both covers, and an ornate gilt-stamped spine with raised bands; thick inner dentelles, marbled endpapers, a.e.g. London: Arn. Hatfield for Edward Blount, 1600. First English edition. A fine tall copy, skillfully washed before binding. Published anonymously. Conestaggio's name appears in the Italian and French editions, but it is sometimes taken as a pseudonym for Juan de Silva, conde de Portalegre, who accompanied Dom Sebastian to Africa. This is a magnificent and sumptuously bound copy of the rare Tudor translation. Dedicated by Blount to the Earl of Southampton, who was Shakespeare's patron. An account of the Shakespearian interest of this rare Elizabethan volume is given by the poet's biographer. STC 5624; Brunet II 217; Alden 600/31; ESTC S108618. Fine. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2008-05-08 09:08:27
Sonzogno, 1600 pp., Milano. No date. circa 1920 - 1930. 100 magazines in 2 slipcases. Contents: Roma antica, Roma moderna, Milano, Napoli, Pompei, Torino, Palermo, Firenze, Genova, Bologna, Venezia, Laguna Veneta, Pisa, Siena, Brescia, Verona, Vicenza, Bassano, Padova, Treviso, Mestre, Livorno, Arcipielago Toscano, Ravenna, Arezzo, Lucca, Prato, Perugia, Ferrara, Piacenza, Parma, Reggio Emilia, Moderna, Pavia, La Certosa di Pavia, San Marino, Catania, La Regione Etnea, Monza, La Brianza, Viareggio, Fano, Mondovi, Este e Arqua Petrarca, Lecco, Rovico e Adria, Como, Lago di Como, Crema, Pistoia, Brindisi e Otranto, Volterra, Caltanissetta, Cuneo, Pesaro, Lecce, Empoli, Luco, Gubbio, Spoleto, Novara, Monte Amiata, Vremona, Montecatini, Montreale, Urbino, Aquila, Spezia, Trieste, Pola, Istria, Fiume e le Sole, Lodi, Udine, Aquileia, Grosseto, Salsomaggiore, Fabriano, Campagna di Siena, Saluzzo, Messina, Catalgirone, Varese, Ancona, San Miniato, Foggia, Mantova, Le cittá di Gonzaga, Gallipoli, Rovereto, Bagni di Luccam Cagliari, Altamura, San Gimignamo, Faenza, Amalfi, Fiesole, Siracusa, Orvieto. Many b&w plates. Some tears to slipcases. Some foxing. Text in italian. 4to. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Buenos Aires Libros [Buenos Aires, BA, Argentina]
2008-02-06 12:20:34
Bertius, Petrus:
Amsterdam, c. 1600. Copper engraving, 8.5 x 12.3 cm, modern hand-colour, Latin text on verso. Engraved by Pieter van den Keere for the Caert-thresoor published by Cornelis Claesz and Barent Langenes in 1598, degress of latitude were added in the two line border and the map was reissued in early editions of Bertius' ‘Tabularum geographicarum contractarum' from 1600. Map
Bookseller: Bryars and Bryars [United Kingdom]
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2007-12-11 10:53:10
Conquest of New Spain]:
[Madrid. ca. ]. 1600 - [4]pp. Folio. Later plain wrappers. Minute dust soiling. Very good. In a half morocco and cloth box. Four contracts between the sundry kings of Spain and certain conquistadors. "The agreements are with Rodrigo de Bastidas, of Santo Domingo, for the colonization of the Province and Port of Santa Marta (in 1524), with Don Gonzalo Ximinez de Quesada (in 1569) for the discovery of the New Kingdom of Granada, with Captain Don Diego Fernandez de Cerpa (in 1568), for the discovery and colonisation of the province of La Guayana, Caura, and New Andaluzia and with Panfilo de Narvaez (in 1526) for the discovery of Florida" - BIBLIOTHECA AMERICANA. The terms of the agreements generally discuss rights granted by the Crown to the relevant explorer, and stipulate what the explorer is required to provide the Crown in return. Gold and other precious metals top the lists. When originally catalogued by Maggs, the official signature at the end of the last agreement was attributed to Baltasar Lopez de Castro; but, on the original cataloguing present with the text, a later hand has suggested Antonio Fernandez de Castro. Good evidence of the terms under which the conquistadors operated in the New World, including Florida. Extremely rare. Not on OCLC, nor in Palau or Servies. MAGGS BIBLIOTHECA AMERICANA 177 (this copy).
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
2007-11-25 22:08:03
[Conquest of New Spain]:
[Madrid. ca. 1600].. [Madrid. ca. 1600].. [4]pp. Folio. Later plain wrappers. Minute dust soiling. Very good. In a half morocco and cloth box. Four contracts between the sundry kings of Spain and certain conquistadors. "The agreements are with Rodrigo de Bastidas, of Santo Domingo, for the colonization of the Province and Port of Santa Marta (in 1524), with Don Gonzalo Ximinez de Quesada (in 1569) for the discovery of the New Kingdom of Granada, with Captain Don Diego Fernandez de Cerpa (in 1568), for the discovery and colonisation of the province of La Guayana, Caura, and New Andaluzia and with Panfilo de Narvaez (in 1526) for the discovery of Florida" - BIBLIOTHECA AMERICANA. The terms of the agreements generally discuss rights granted by the Crown to the relevant explorer, and stipulate what the explorer is required to provide the Crown in return. Gold and other precious metals top the lists. When originally catalogued by Maggs, the official signature at the end of the last agreement was attributed to Baltasar Lopez de Castro; but, on the original cataloguing present with the text, a later hand has suggested Antonio Fernandez de Castro. Good evidence of the terms under which the conquistadors operated in the New World, including Florida. Extremely rare. Not on OCLC, nor in Palau or Servies. MAGGS BIBLIOTHECA AMERICANA 177 (this copy).
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
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