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2014-02-18 13:58:02
Ortelius Abraham, 1527-1598
Cyprus, ,1603. Cyprus, map, anno 1603, Ortelius Abraham, old colours Copperengraving, edited by Abraham Ortelius in his Theatrum orbis Terrarum, latin edition anno 1603: "CYPRI/INSVLAE/NOVA DE:/SCRIPT./1573", with an inset map of Lemnos, plate size: 352x496 mm.. Reference: vdB Nr. 149.some cracs but only on margins, the surface of the map is in good condition:.
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2014-02-18 11:46:01
Ortelius Abraham, 1527-1598
TIROLIS/ISTRIA-Ortelius, ,1603. TIROLIS/ISTRIA-Ortelius, 2 maps, anno 1603, latin edition Copperengraving, edited by Abraham Ortelius, Theatrum orbis terrarum, latin edition, anno 1603, contemporary coloured, some cracs on margins, the surface of the maps is in good condition. Two maps on one plate. Plate size: 337 x 498 mm.. Reference: vdB Nr. 116.
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2014-02-18 11:42:03
Abraham Ortelius
1603. Kolorierter Kupferstich, Blatt: 57,5 x 44,5 cm, Darstellung: 45,5 x 38 cm. Karte von Salzburg aus 'Theatrum Orbis Terrarum' von Abraham Ortelius, nach Marcus Secznagel (1520 - 1580). Mit drei schönen grossformatigen Rollwerkkartuschen. Erster Zustand der zweiten Version der Karte von Salzburg, herausgegeven ab 1592 bis 1641. Dekorativ neukoloriert. Gut erhalten. - Van den Broecke 108.1. Map of Salzburg from 'Theatrum Orbis Terrarum' by Abraham Ortelius, engraved after a map by Marcus Secznagel (1520 - 1580), with decorative recent coloring and three large Renaissance cartouches. First state of the second version of the map of Salzburg by Ortelius, published between 1592 - 1641. In a good condition. Version with a damamged left upper part of the copper plate. - Van den Broecke 108.1.
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2014-02-18 11:42:03
Ortelius Abraham, 1527-1598
Salisburgensis, ,1603. Coppermap, edited by Abraham Ortelius, in Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, latin edition, anno 1603, Title: "SALISBVRGENSIS/IVRISDICTIONIS,..." plate size: 385x462 mm., contemporary old colours, some small cracs on margins, but the surface of the map is in very good condition. Reference: vdB Nr. 108..
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2014-02-18 11:37:06
Ortelius Abraham, 1527-1598
Silesiae/Schlesien, ,1603. Coppermap, edited by Ortelius Abraham, in Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, latin. edition, anno 1603, plate size: 348x422 mm., Reference: vdB. Nr. 103. This plate replaces the smaller, less ornate plate Nr. 102 in 1595..
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2014-02-18 11:29:30
Ortelius Abraham, 1527-1598
Frisia Occidentalis, ,1603. Copperengraving, edited by Abraham Ortelius, Theatrum orbis Terrarum, latin edition, anno 1603, full contemporary coloured, some cracs on margins, brownish on margins. One wormhole in the centerfold. Plate size: 368 x 498 mm., Insetmap "Antiquae Frisiae situs sub Augusto/Imperatore, ut fertur." Reference: vdB Nr. 81.
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2014-02-18 08:21:53
Ortelius Abraham, 1527-1598
Gallia, ,1603. Generalmap of france, edited by Abraham Ortelius in his Theatrum orbis terrarum, latin edition, anno 1603. "GALLIAE REGNI POTENTISS NOVA DESCRIPTIO. IOANNE IOLIVETO AUCTORE" Plate size: 351 x 507 mm., some cracs, but only on margins, old restorations on margins. The surface of the map is in a very good condition. Reference: vdB Nr. 34.
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2014-02-18 08:21:53
Ortelius Abraham, 1527-1598
Gallia Regni Potentiss, ,1603. Generalmap of france, edited by Abraham Ortelius in his Theatrum orbis terrarum, latin edition, anno 1603. "GALLIAE REGNI POTENTISS NOVA DESCRIPTIO. IOANNE IOLIVETO AUCTORE" Plate size: 351 x 507 mm., small restoration on below centerfold, good condition, printed on thick paper. Reference: vdB Nr. 34.
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2014-02-18 07:57:59
Ortelius Abraham, 1527-1598
Asia, ,1603. Asia, Generalmap, anno 1603, Ortelius A., original colours Coppermap, Ortelius Abraham, Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, Antwerpen, Vrients, 1603, 13 latin edition, contemporary full colours, some browning, some defects outside of the engraved surface, partly restored: "ASIA NOVA DESCRIPTIO", plate size: 376 x 489 mm., Reference: vdB Nr. 7.
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2014-02-18 07:54:54
Ortelius Abraham, 1527-1598
Europe, ,1603. Coppermap, edited by Abraham Ortelius, in Theatrum orbis Terrarum, latin edition anno 1603, old colours, plate size: 357x476 mm., some cracs, wormholes on margins, the surface of the map is in good condition, no cracs on centerfold. Reference: vdB Nr. 189.
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2014-02-18 07:54:54
Ortelius Abraham, 1527-1598
Europe, ,1603. Europe, anno 1603, Ortelius A., old colours, scarce map Coppermap, edited by Abraham Ortelius, in Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, latin edition anno 1603. Old colours, some cracs on margins, the surface of the map is in good condition, below centerfold restored for 10 cm.. Plate size: 346x464 mm., Reference: vdB. Nr. 5.
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2014-02-17 16:50:56
Pientini, Angelo.
Florence, Giunti, 1603.. 4to. (8), 371, (11) pp. Near-contemporary half leather with giltstamped spine.. Scarce second edition of this critical discussion of the Quran, a treatise by the the Dominican theologian Pientini (d. 1589) directed against Islam and the Prophet. - Slight edge defects and worming to first leaves; some browning and waterstaining, otherwise good copy. Much rarer than the 1588 original edition (with identical collation), published by Marescotti under the title "Delle demostrationi degli errori setta Macomettana libri quinque". - ICCU BVEE\046275. Cf. Edit 16, CNCE 29089.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
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2014-02-16 21:40:57
Ortelius Abraham, 1527-1598
Siena, ,. Coppermap, edited by Ortelius Abraham, in Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, latin edition, old colours, plate size: 327 x 487 mm., small cracs on margins, surface of the map is ok, contemporary coloured. Reference: vdB Nr. 137.
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2014-02-15 23:48:56
Ortelius Abraham, 1527-1598
Israel/Egypt, ,1603. Israel/Egypt,Ortelius anno 1603, original Copperengraving, edited by Abraham Ortelius, Theatrum orbis Terrarum, latin edition anno 1603, contemporary full coloured, some cracs on margins, the surface of the map is ok. Plate size: 342 x 452 mm., Reference vdB Nr. 172..
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2014-02-14 20:48:23
Ortelius Abraham, 1527-1598
Germany, ,1603. Copperengraving, edited by Abraham Ortelius, "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum", latin edition, anno 1603, full contemporary coloured, some cracs on margins, the surface of the map is ok. Reference vdB Nr. 97. Size of the map: 359 x 501 mm.
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2014-02-14 19:56:27
Ortelius Abraham, 1527-1598
Lago di Como, ,1603. Coppermap, edited by Ortelius Abraham, in Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, latin edition, anno 1603, contemporary colours, some cracs on margins, restored centerfold, little brownish. Title: "LARII LACVS VVLGO | COMENSIS DESCRIPTIO, | AVCT. PAVIO JOVIO. | Excurrit Larius a Meridie in Sep:|tentrionem, pronior tamen in Oriente". [A depiction of lake Larius, vulgarly called Como by Paulus Iovius. The river Larius runs from South to North, or rather to the East]. (Top left:) "Museum P. | Iouij | Vbi olim Pli:|nij platanus fuit | eius epistolis cele|brata|Vico". [The library of Paulus Iovius, where once stood the plane tree of Plinius, famous from his letters]. (Left:) "Brandelli | arx. Luit | prandi regis | opus". [Brandellus castle, a work of king Luitprandus]. (Left:) "COMVM, duorum | Pliniorum pa:|tria" [Como, the native city of the two Plinies]. (Left top centre:) "Busbinius mons cum specula | et templo Deiparae Virginis". [Mount Busbinius, with a watch tower and temple of the Virgin, equal to God.] (Top centre:) "In iugo huius pro:|fuit villa Plinij | qua Tragediam | appellare solebat". [On the top of this cape was the mansion of Plinius, which he used to call by the name of Tragedia]. (Below top centre:) "Geßima regio Vi:|a subaustera iu:|cunditate celebris" [The region of Gessima, famous for its pleasant Southern wine]. (Top centre right:) "Hic candidi marmo:|ris fodinae". [Here are quarries of white marble]. "Cultonius | ager genero|so vino celebris". [Cultonius fields, famous for its generous wine]. (Centre right:) "His montibus | niger marmor | excinditur … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-02-13 20:02:37
Ortelius Abraham, 1527-1598
Macedonis expeditio, ,1603. Macedonis expeditio, Ortelius A., anno 1603 Copperengraving, edited by Abraham Ortelius, latin edition anno 1603, "ALEXANDRI MAGNI MACEDONIS EXPEDITIO." "IOVIS AMMONIS ORACULUM" Plate size 364 x 464 mm., contemporary coloured, cracked on margins, the surface of the map is in good condition. Reference vdB, Nr. 222: "numerous classical authors, specificalli Archelaus, Diogenes, Laertius, Plinius, Ptolemy, Diodorus, Plutarchus and Livius. The inset shows the oracle of Jupiter Amman, supposedly situated in present day Libya, where Alexander went to ask what would be the result of his expedition. He also expressed the desire to be buried there, but was eventually buried in Alexandria in Egypt. Ortelius derives his information on the oracle from Lucretius, Solinias, Ovidius, Lucanus and many others. He complains that more attention is paid by classical authors to Alexanders personal habits than to the regions and territories he conquered.".
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2014-02-12 14:29:08
Ortelius Abraham, 1527-1598
Belgii Veteris Typus, ,1603. Belgii Veteris Typus, anno 1603, Ortelius A., old colours Cartographica Neerlandica Background for Ortelius Map No. 198 © Marcel van den Broecke © Title: BELGII VETERIS/TYPVS/Ex conatibus geographicis Abrahami Ortelij./HAC LITTERARVM FORMA, VETVSTIORA PINXIMVS./Quae paulo erant recentiora, his notavimus./Nulla autem antiquitate illustria, hoc charactere/Recentissima vero, his vernaculis ab alijs distinximus [= with this type we recorded the oldest Roman names. Those of later times with this type. Names that do not derive from antiquity with this type. While for modern names we use this type][four different fonts are used here].(oval cartouche upper right:) S[enatus].P[opulus].Q[ue].A[ntwerpiensis]./PATRIAM AN:/TIQVITATI A SE/RESTITVTAM/DEDICABAT/LVB. MER./ABRAHAMVS/ORTELIVS/CIVIS NESCIO QVA NATALE SOLVM DVLCEDINE CVNCTOS DVCIT, ET IMMEMORES NON SINIT ESSE SVI. [= with pleasure the citizen Abraham Ortelius dedicates this map of his native country to the senate and people of Antwerp] (cartouche lower right:) 1594/Cum priuilegio/Imperiali et Bel:/gico, ad de:/cennium [= with an imperial and Belgian privilege for ten years]. (cartouche left bottom:) Prisca vetustatis Belgae monumenta recludit/Ortelius, priscas dum legit historias./Collige prima soli natalis semina Belga,/Et de quo veteri sis novus ipse vide./Favolius caneb [= by studying books on ancient history, Ortelius rediscovered the antique monuments of the Netherlands in Roman times, Collect, Reader, the first grains of your native soil, and learn from which ancestors you are the offspring. F … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-02-11 20:22:35
Ortelius Abraham, 1527-1598
Florida, ,1603. Coppermap, edited by Abraham Ortelius, theatrum orbis terrarum, latin edition, anno 1603, contemporary full coloured, little brownish, cracked margins, fingerstained on margins, THE SURFACE OF THE MAP IS IN VERY GOOD CONDITION! Reference: vdB Nr. 15.
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2014-02-11 17:14:32
Meteren, Emanuel von.
Ohne Angabe des Ortes und des Verlages.1603.. Jetzo wider auffs new außgangen / und an vilen örttern gebessert und vermehrt. 31x21,5 cm. 5 Bll., 743 S., 7 Bll.; 2 Bll., 418 S., 4 Bll.; 2 Bll., 363 S.; 108 S. Ganzlederband mit reichhaltiger Rückenvergoldung und Lederrückenschild. Dieses zu einem Drittel fehlend. Goldverzierung etwas abgeblättert. Rückenkanten und Kapitale mit Wurmfraß, unteres Kapital Leder komplett abgefressen. Eckel vor allem unten aufgestoßen. Fest im Bund. Innen mit kleinen Wurmgängen meist außerhalb des Textes. Stellenweise leicht wasserrandig. Minimal gebräunt und selten leicht fleckig, sonst guter Zustand.. (Erster Teil): Alles mit sonderm fleis und guter trew / fürnemlich die Niderländische Sachen beschrieben / unnd in 19. Bücher abgetheilt / darin was sich von jar zu jar begeben hat / klärlich zu sehen un an tag gegeben wirdt. Durch Emanuel Meteranum, sampt einer General der Niderlanden Charten / und aller Gubernatoren Bildnussen / auffs künstlichst in Kupffer außgestochen und geschnitten. Mit ganzseitigem Titelkupfer, Vorrede des Verfassers, folgend eine doppelblattgroße gestochene Karte "Descrptio Germaniae Inferioris" und 19 Seiten mit einem oder 2 Porträts je Blatt innerhalb des ersten Teils (17 Bücher). Nach S. 500, ein leeres Blatt, danach weiter mit falscher Paginierung aber ohne jegl. Textverlust mit S. 599. S. 697 mit prof. seitl. Blattrestauration ohne Textverlust, ebenso auf S. 743 unten. (Zweiter Teil): Niderlendischer Historien Ander Theyl in 5 Bücher begriffen. Darinne was sich in Nider und Hoch Teutschland / Franckreich / Italien / Sc … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-02-11 11:39:47
Cuper Gisbert
. . I) Willems 1603 - Hoefer XII, 632 - Lipsius 93.- Erste Ausgabe.- Seltener Druck aus der Utrechter Elzevier-Offizin, die nur 10 Bücher herausbrachte. Erstes Werk des berühmten Politikers und Altertumsforschers Gisbert Cuper (1644-1716), eine Sammlung von wissenschaftlichen "Bemerkungen" über klassische Autoren, Münzen und Inschriften; illustriert mit Münzkupfern. Er legte den Schwerpunkt auf die Erläuterung der klassischen Texte der römischen und griechischen Antike.- Etw. gebräunt u. leicht braunfleckig, (der zweite Titel etw. stärker), Ebd. nur gering fleckig u. leicht bestoßen.# Comments in the field of classical literature, and numismatics by Gisbert Cuper (1644-1716), professor of classics and headmaster of the Athenaeum at Deventer.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller
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2014-02-10 21:36:30
Arioste, L,
Venetia : F. Prati, 1603.. mit 51 Holzstichen im Text und hübschen Initialen, 265 (1), 5 Bl., 8°, helles OPgmt mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel. Gutes Exemplar, lediglich die ersten zwölf Blätter wasserrandig
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2014-02-10 11:20:51
Ortelius Abraham, 1527-1598
Italiae Novissima, ,1603. Italiae Novissima,anno 1603, Ortelius A., old colours Coppermap, edited by Ortelius Abraham, in Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, latin edition, anno 1603, some cracs on margins, the centerfold restored, contemporary colours. Plate size: 355x497 mm., Reference vdB Nr. 118.
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2014-02-08 22:57:48
Bry, Theodor de:
America 1591: Das ander Theil [Florida] - Warhafftige Abconterfaytung der Wilden in America / so daselbst erstlichen lebendiger weise abgerissen / von Jacob le Moyne / oder Morges genannt. Jetzt aber in Kupffer gestochen / vnd an Tag gegeben / durch Dieterich von Bry. Mit gest. Titel, 1 Bl. Register, 39 [von 42/ 20 - 22 ff] röm. num. Bl. mit halbseitigen Textkupfern. 14 nn. (1 weißes) Bll. Frankfurt, Johannes Wechel 1591. Der ander Theil / der Newlich erfundenen Landschafft Americae, Von dreyen Schiffahrten / so die Frantzosen in Floridam (die gegen Nidergang gelegen) gethan. eine unter dem Hauptman H. Laudonniere, Anno 1564. Die ander unter H. Ribald 1565. Die dritte unter H. Guerguesio 1567. geschehen. Mit Beschreibung und lebendiger Contrafactur / dieser Prouintze / Gestalt / Sitten und Gebraeuch der Wilden / Durch Jacob Le Moyne / sonst Morges genannt / der alles selbst gesehen / und deßhalben fuernemlich in diese Landschafft verschickt worden. Auß dem Frantzoesischen in Latein beschrieben durch C.C.A. Und jetzt auß dem Latein in Teutsch bracht / durch den Ehrwirdigen H.-Oseam Halen. Auch mit schoenen und Kunstreichen Kupfferstuecken / und deren angehenckten Erklaerung / jetzunder zum andern mal an den Tag gegeben / durch Dieterich de Bry / Buerger in Franckfort am Mayn / Anno 1591. [ohne den mont. Titel auf] Kupfertaf., 3 nn. Bl. mit halbs. Wappenkupfer und halbseit. Textkupfer (benevolo lectori), doppelblattgroße Karte, XLII S. [Fragment] Dritte Buch Americae, darinn Brasilia durch Johann Staden von Homberg auß Hessen / auß eigener erfahrung in Teutsch beschrieben. Item Historia der Schiffart Ioannis Lerij in Brasilien / welche er selbst publiciert hat / jetzt von Newem verteutscht / Durch Teucrium Annaeum Priuatum, C. Vom Wilden unerhoertem wesen der Innwoner / von allerlay frembden Gethieren und Gewaechsen / sampt einem Colloquio, in der Wilden Sprach. Alles von newem mit kuenstlichen Figuren in Kupffer gestochen und an den Tag geben / Durch Dieterich Bry vo
. Fol. (ca. 23 cm x 32 ,4 cm), brauner Ledereinband mit Schließen.. Einband berieben. Durchgehend etwas, die letzten Blätter auch stark fleckig. Teilweise gröbere, tw. mit Papier hinterlegte Randläsuren. Bei den fachmännisch ausgeführten Restaurierungsarbeiten wurden die weißen statt der fehlenden Blätter eingebunden. Erste deutsche Ausgabe, eine zweite Ausgabe wurde unter Verwendung der Kupferplatten und mit einigen kleineren Textänderungen bzw. Ergänzungen 1603 von D. de Bry Wittib vnd jhrer zween Söhne verlegt und bey W. Richtern in Frackfort am Mayn gedruckt. (Vgl. dazu: Libray of Congress Catalog [07009869 ff], Church Catalog, und Sabin. Nicht bei Kraus: Sir Francis Drake Collection)); Einer der frühesten gedruckten deutschsprachigen Reiseberichte über Amerika mit den beiden frühen Karten und tw. aussergewöhnlichen Darstellungen des Lebens (Jagd, soziales Leben, Kanibalismus u.a.m.) der Bevölkerung Amerikas. Bei Bestellungen gegen offene Rechnung bitte Telefonnummer angeben. Danke!
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2014-02-08 22:52:57
SUAREZ DE SAINTE-MARIE (Jacques), DUVAL (Andre)
. 2 ouvrages relies en un volume in-8, plein velin de l'epoque a petits rabats, lanieres de cuir conservees. Edition originale de ces deux ouvrages, refutation des theories exposees par Pierre Du Moulin, pasteur de Charenton, dans 'Les eaux de Siloe pour eteindre le Purgatoire...' (1603) ou il niait l'existence du purgatoire. La premiere refutation est due a un franciscain portugais, Suarez, confesseur de Henri IV et Eveque de Seez, qui rencontra Du Moulin. Les titres temoignent de la passion qui animait les auteurs et de la violence de cette controverse. (Caillet, 10418 pour le premier. Desgraves, 'Ouvrages de controverse entre catholiques et protestants', n°543 et 503. Pannier, 'L'Eglise reformee de Paris sous Henri IV', p.215 et p. 237). Ex-libris anciens et cotes de societe de franc-maconnerie (petit cachet). Bel exemplaire, tres frais, dans sa reliure d'origine..
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2014-02-08 18:48:41
Arnaldus de Villanova.
Frankfurt, Brathering bzw. Becker, 1603.. (16 x 9,5 cm). 120 S.; 80 S. Pergamentband der Zeit.. Seltene erste Ausgabe dieser von Hieronymus Megiser herausgegebenen Sammlung alchemistischer Texte, die Arnaldus vermutlich untergeschoben wurden. Das "Speculum" als zweiter Teil mit eigenem Titelblatt und separater Bogenzählung. - Arnaldus (um 1240-1311) war als Arzt und Diplomat gleichermaßen berühmt und galt als erklärter Gegner der Alchemie, was alchemistische Autoren allerdings nicht abgehalten hat, ihm ihre Schriften unterzuschieben, darunter auch so wirkungsstarke wie: I. Thesaurus thesaurorum: seu rosarius philosophorum: ac omnium secretorum maximum secretum, II. Lumen novum, III. Flos florum und IV. Speculum alchimiae. - Vereinzelt gering stockfleckig. Einband mit kleinen Flecken und fehlenden Schließbändern, sonst wohlerhalten. - VD17 39:116336V; Ferguson I, 43; Wellcome I, 484; Krivatsy 406; Brüning 785; Duveen 26 und Neu 129 (beide mit abweichendem Teil 2) First collected edition. - "Arnaldus being one of the great authorities among the alchemists, his name is mentioned in all the histories... He lived in the thirteenth century, devoted himself to chemistry and medicine, and afterwards to physics; then took up the study of Arabic philosophy..." (Ferguson). - Contemporary vellum. Minor foxing. Ties lacking. Fine copy
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2014-02-08 18:11:09
Ortelius Abraham, 1527-1598
Iaponiae Insulae, ,1603. Iaponiae Insulae, map, anno 1603, Ortelius, contemporary full co Coppermap, edited by Abraham Ortelius, in Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, latin edition, anno 1603, full coloured, little brownish on margins, some old restorations on margins. Plate size: 358 x 465 mm. Reference: vdB Nr. 165: "Luis Teixeira, a Portuguese cartographer, sent Ortelius in 1592 two maps of China and Japan (Hessels letter 210) which are based on unknown sources (Meurer p. 253 - 254). Although as early as 1617 the more accurate map of Japan by Blancus appeared, this map retained influence until more than 50 years after another milestone map of Japan appeared, the Martini map of 1655". Since the middle ages Japan was depicted as Chipangu or Zipangu. The Portuguese reached Japan in 1542. Till in 1641 all foreigners, except the Dutch, had to leave the Country. The missionaries offered the most cartographic information about Japan. The data from the Jesuits was accordingly revised by the official Portuguese cartographs, like Fernao Vaz Dourado. He gave Japan the shape of the back of a tortoise, like it was depicted already in the second half of the sixteenth century. Thanks to the close contact between Ortelius with Luis Teixeira, the most modern map in 1595 was added to the Theatrum..
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat
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2014-02-08 12:19:49
Abraham Ortelius
ab 1603. Kolorierter Kupferstich, Blatt: 30 x 45 cm, Druckplatte: 26 x 38 cm. Wunderschönes altkoloriertes Titelblatt von Abraham Ortelius mit Himmel- und Erdglobus, Personifikationen und Emblemen. Das 'Parergon' war die historische Sektion des Atlases von Ortelius, erstmals 1595 mit Titelblatt erschienen. Das erste Holzschnitttitelblatt wurde ab 1603 mit Kupferstichtitelblatt mit Figuren ersetzt. Altkoloriert und goldgehöht. Leicht gebräunt, insgesamt gut erhalten. - Rodney Shirley, The Title pages to the Theatrum and Parergon (In: Abraham Ortelius and the first Atlases), S. 165-167. Highly decorative title page of the historical section of Ortelius' Atlas with celestial and Earth globe, personifications and emblems. With original coloring and gold highlights. The historical section was first published in 1595. Copper engraved title page replaced the original wood-cut title page in 1603 and was used in all further editions, except of the edition published by Plantin's heir Blathasar Moretus in 1624. Slightly age-toned, in general in a good condition. - Rodney Shirley, The Title pages to the Theatrum and Parergon (In: Abraham Ortelius and the first Atlases), S. 165-167.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dasa Pahor
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2014-02-06 18:39:38
FICTION ROMANESQUE) [ MARTÍ (Juan) ].
Impresso en Barcelona, en casa de Sebastian Cormellas, al Call, 1603. - in-8. 3ff. 203ff. chiffrés. 2ff. Plein veau, dos à nerfs orné (Reliure du XVIIs.). Edition très rare (la troisième apparemment) de cette suite au célèbre roman de Mateo Aleman composé par Juan Martí, originaire de Valencia, et publiée sous le pseudonyme de Matheo Luxan de Sayavedra. Elle parut pour la première fois en 1602 à Valencia, deux ans avant la véritable seconde partie écrite par Mateo Aleman et publiée à Lisbonne en 1604. "Esta segunda parte, si bien menos ingeniosa que la de Aleman, es tan castiza y agradable que merece ser leida y tenerse en aprecio. Mas los ejemplares se han hecho raros " (Palau). Palau, 6685. Salva, 1697.
Bookseller: Librería Comellas
2014-01-03 13:12:19
PLINIO SEGUNDO, Cayo.
Madrid, Pedro Madrigal, 1603, 12 h. incluso portada con escudo grabado + 156 folios - (Sigue:) Traducción de los libros de Caio Plinio Segundo, de la Historia Natural de los Animales. Hecha por el Licenciado Gerónimo de Huertas (Alcalá, Justo Sánchez Crespo, 1602), 334 folios. Ambas partes en un tomo, 19,5 x 15 cm., pergamino. (La segunda obra está falta de portada y de las hojas de preliminares y con rotos en los folios 1 y 199, con pérdida de parte del texto. Ejemplar con mancha en el tercio superior de las hojas, quedando un poco mas tostado el papel pero no dificulta la lectura del texto. En el libro Nono además de la traducción, Gómez de la Huerta añade anotaciones en muchos artículos donde explana lo dicho por Plinio y expone sus propios conocimientos con gran detalle de las familias de animales que viven en el medio acuático, con especial atención a los peces, aunque también se analizan otros animales como cefalópodos, ostras o estrellas de mar). ZOOLOGÍA ICTIOLOGÍA
Bookseller: Librería Anticuaria Antonio Mateos [Malaga, Spain]
2013-12-29 07:35:45
Pientini, Angelo.
Florence, Giunti, 1603. 4to. (8), 371, (11) pp. Near-contemporary half leather with giltstamped spine. Scarce second edition of this critical discussion of the Qur'an, a treatise by the the Dominican theologian Pientini (d. 1589) directed against Islam and the Prophet. - Slight edge defects and worming to first leaves; some browning and waterstaining, otherwise a good copy. Much rarer than the 1588 original edition (with identical collation), published by Marescotti under the title "Delle demostrationi degli errori setta Macomettana libri quinque". ICCU BVEE\046275. Cf. Edit 16, CNCE 29089 ("Delle demostrationi degli errori della setta macomettana libri cinque", 1588). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2013-11-17 18:06:33
Del Río, Martin Antoine.
Apud Joannem Albinum, 1603. One of the two best known 16th-century treatises on magic, Disquisitionum magicarum libri sex was first printed 1599-1600 and is the magnum opus of Martin del Río (1551-1608), a Jesuit scholar. Amulets, incantations, demons, spells, alchemy, prophecy, divination, and many other topics are surveyed. The tome was designed as a ready reference book for priests and ecclesiastical judges. And yes, there are => sections on exorcism. This edition ("nunc secundus curis auctior longè, additionibus multis passim insertis: correctior quoq(ue) mendis sublatis") bears a title-page with a rather fascinating => engraved border composed of eleven vignettes, all portraying scenes from Exodus. The text is printed with side- and shouldernotes and has woodcut head- and tailpieces. Provenance: Stamps of two U.S. Redemptorist libraries (one in Ilchester, MD; the other in New York state).
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2013-11-10 20:16:27
ORTELIO, ABRAMO.
Senza indicazioni tip. (ma Anversa, J. B. Vrients, 1603 circa). Incisione in rame, b/n, cm 34,5 x 45,8 (alla lastra). Dal ?Theatrum Orbis Terrarum? in edizione latina. In margini e in buono stato (Cfr. Van den Broecke, p. 115).
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Botteghina D'arte G
2013-10-12 08:22:33
Lechuga, Cristoval.
- Milan, Pandolfo Malatesta, 1603. 4to. perg. ant., titolo ms. al dorso. 234 pp., grande stemma del Re al front. e diverse figg. nel testo. - Biblioteca De Salva 2633: "Obra singular, que mereciò la aprobacion de los mas autorizados oficiales de aquella era". - Esemplare a margini corti, una lettera e piccola parte della data al front. rifilati, pochi buchi di tarlo nei margini bianchi, in parte anticamente coperti con pezzetti di carta, leggere macchie alle pp. 64 e 65, la carta debole.
Bookseller: belvederebooks
2013-10-08 07:00:50
appresso Gio. Alberti Lucio Spineda / Gio. Battista Ciotti 1603 in-24 gr. (mm. 145x90), 2 opere (in 4 parti) in 1 vol., p. pelle settecentesca, dorso a cordoni (picc. manc.) con decoraz. e tit. oro. La ?prima parte? consta di 8 cc.nn., 108 cc.num., 3 cc.nn., 1 c.b. - La ?seconda parte? (con proprio frontesp.), di 82 cc.num., 1 c.b. (manca la seconda c.b.), e? la ?Continuatione.. nella quale si contiene il modo di ricevere Novici, & le punitioni, che si danno à chi trasgredisce gli ordini di detta Compagnia?. A c. 29 altro frontesp. con il tit.: ?Consulto delle Matrone, seconda additione à gli ordini & capitoli della Compagnia della Lesina..?. Quanto esposto nella seconda parte è in gran parte dialogato. Ai frontespizi è silografata l?impresa accademica. Cat. Piantanida,III,3495/98: ?Sono umoristici statuti di una immaginaria Accademia o Compagnia di Taccagni con sede a Firenze; la Compagnia si prefiggeva di canzonare lo spirito ?sparagnino? e di consigliare grettissime economie nonchè di raccontare burlesche avventure di noti ed ignoti arpagoni.? Unito a: - "La Contralesina", overo ragionamenti, costitutioni & lodi della splendidezza, del Pastor Monopolitano. Sotto l?insegna del Pignato Grasso. Con una Comedia cavata dall?opera istessa intitolata ?Le nozze d?Antilesina?. Venezia, Ciotti, 1603, cc.nn. 12, cc.num. 132; alla c. 76, con proprio frontesp., inizia la ?Nuova Comedia cavata dall?opra della Contralesina?. Popolarissima opera, ristampata più volte a partire dalla metà del XVI e per tutto il XVII secolo e tradotta in francese nel 1604. Vi sono anche contenute storie … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi
2013-10-07 09:37:48
BOTERO, Iuan
1603 - Traduzidas a instancia de Don Antonio Lopez de Calatayud, Corregidor de las dezisiete villas, y Regidor de Valladolid, por su Magestad: por el Licenciado Diego de Aguiar su Alcalde Mayor. Dirigido a don Francisco de Sandoval y Roxas Duque de Lerma. Impresso en Valladolid: Por los Herederos de Diego Fernandez de Cordova. Vendese en casa de Martin de Cordoba, 1603. Colofón: "Impresso en Valladolid por Diego Fernandez de Cordova y Ouiedo., 1599". Folio, hol., puntas, ff. S. XIX, pp. S. XX.   [3], 207 [i.e. 205], 110 + 24 hs. Fecha de erratas 1600 y fecha de dedicatoria 1602. Erratas de paginación y signatura. Iniciales grabadas. Texto a dos columnas. Encontramos ejemplares con grabados y sin ellos en bibliotecas públicas. Sello de tampón Biblioteca de Soñanes, Villacarriedo. Ref: Alcocer, 380. Anota que hay diferentes estados de esta edición Viajes, Historia, Geografía, descubrimientos, relaciones universales, Botero
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2013-10-05 12:55:45
OÑA, Pedro de.
- Madrid, Luis Sánchez, 1603, 30 x 21,5 cm., pergamino rasgado por la parte inferior de la unión del lomo, 6 h.incluso portada grabada (dos hojas mal colocadas) + 963 págs. encuadradas y con apostillas marginales. (Sellos de anterior poseedor. Un párrafo tachado por el inquisidor aunque el texto es legible. Primera edición).
Bookseller: Librería Anticuaria Antonio Mateos
2013-09-25 11:38:43
Chancillería de Valladolid
- Fecha. Lugar. 1603-1606. Valladolid. Burgos. Sojuela (La Rioja) Nivel de descripción: Unidad documental simpleDescripción física: Buen estado; sello de plica en primera hoja; firmas de los escribanos y notarios de la chancillería. Volumen. Soporte: 215 x 150 mm. 32 h. manuscritas por ambas caras. Nombre del productor: Chancillería de ValladolidAlcance y contenido: Diego de Medrano, señor de Sojuela, mantiene durante tres años un pleito en la Chancillería de Valladolid, contra Francisco Izquierdo y Juan Aznarez, vecinos de esta villa, acusados por su señor de ejercer el oficio de escribanos sin tener nombramiento real para ello, amen de que no han pagado las tasas de la oficina de la escribanía a su señor, el nombrado Medrano. El pleito se presenta en 1603 y se resuelve por los oidores de la Chancillería en 1606. Izquierdo y Aznarez se defienden con el argumento de que desde el archivo en Burgos no les han mandado el traslado de sus nombramientos que han pedido, pero que es de ?voz publica y conocimiento público? que son escribanos de oficio. El tribunal falla a favor de que los escribanos puedan ejercer su oficio en tanto en cuanto Medrano no aporte pruebas de que no son escribanos. Diego de Medrano ha recurrido el resultado del pleito al rey.Lengua/escritura Castellano; letra cursiva. Año: 1603
Bookseller: LIBRERIA MARGARITA DE DIOS
2013-09-17 21:34:55
GOCLENIUS (Rudolph), the elder:
Excusa Lemgoviae impensis Justi Grothause Bibliopolae [colophon: Typis Haeredum Conradi Grothenii], 1603,. Small 8vo, 143 x 85 mms., pp. [140], several woodcut illustrations in text, including anthropomorphic illustrations of the sun and the moon, contemporary vellum (soiled), but a good copy with an armorial bookplate dated 1913, with ducal coronet and cypher initials; text water-stained lightly throughout, some leaves with corners missing and covers wrinkled, but not in bad shape for a book four hundred years old. It is unclear from library listings and from various books on early cosmography and scholarship if it this book is by Rudolph Goclenius the Elder (1547 - 1628), or his son Rudolph Goclenius (1572 - 1621), the Younger. The Elder was a German scholastic philosopher who is often described as the first user or the term "psychology." He was educated at the universities of Erfurt, Marburg, and Wittenberg and was later appointed professor at the Philipps University of Marburg, where he had the chairs of philosophy, logic, metaphysics and ethics. His eldest son, Goclenius the younger, was also Professor of physics, medicine, and mathematics at Marburg. An article by William H. Donahue in The Copernican Achievement, ed. Robert Westman (1976), names Goclenius the Elder as the author of Cosmographiae (257n, 258n), though it is a curious publication for a professor who was distinguished as a Latin scholar; but the Elder is almost certainly the author. In this work, the first illustration suggests that the Copernican model of a heliocentric universe had not yet been accepted … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-09-10 17:25:29
Fortunatus, Venantius Honorius Clementianus, ca. 540-ca. 600
Moguntiae [Mainz]: Balthasarus Lippius, Anno 1603. [20], 351, [1], 296 p., woodcut coat of arms; 19.5 cm. Title continues: Multis poematis, aliquot etiam librorum membris aucti: omnes ad veterum exemplarium fidem castigati. Additi, praeter supplementa, De vita S. Martini libri IV. Omnia recens illustrata notis sacris, historicis & geographicis a R. P. Christophoro Browero. Title-page printed in red & black. Includes several acrostic poems on the cross, printed in red and black. "The last epic of antiquity." Reveals French culture and society during the Merovingian period. Beautifully bound at the Hope Bindery in full leather, recreating with startling likeness the wreck of the original. Stock#OB733.
Bookseller: The Owl at the Bridge
2013-09-03 16:46:02
teri Cardinalis Tituli S. Mariae in Via, de Controversiis Christiane Fidei
London - Lo A'nnem Pillehotte, 1603 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A scarce and major work, beingthe earliest attempt to systematise the various religious controversies of the time. Written in Latin. Published over eleven years this is the first London edition of the first book (of four). Featuring a vignette title page, decorative head and tail pieces, and illuminated capitals throughout. Bellarmine devoted eleven years to the Disputationes while at the Roman College. This first volume looks at the Word of God, of Christ, and of the Pope. Saint Robert Bellarmine, was an Italian Jesuit and a Cardinal of the Catholic Church. He was one of the most important figures in the Counter-Reformation. He was canonised in 1930 and named a Doctor of the Church. Bellarmine's books bear the stamp of their period; the effort for literary elegance (so-called maraviglia) had given place to a desire to pile up as much material as possible, to embrace the whole field of human knowledge, and incorporate it into theology. His controversial works provoked many replies, and were studied for some decades after his death. Condition: Disbound although with contemporary calfboards andgilt motif to the front board. Externally, both boards are rubbed with wear to extremities, and marks. Internally, generally firmly bound, although with endpapers working loose. Bright throughout, with some marginal tide marks from the preface to page 1152. Handling marks and spots to the first and last leaves andtwo library ink stamps to the title page. Overall: GOOD ONLY..
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2013-09-01 18:18:03
Camden, Wiliam (Guglielmi Camdeni)
Fancofurti: Imprensis Claudii Marnii, & Haeredum, 1603. Hardcover. Very good. Folio. (12),898,(34)pp. Contemporary boards tooled in gilt with "I" and "L" on the boards on either side of a gilt lozenge. Sometime nicely rebacked, spine in six compartments with raised bands, gilt; red leather lettering label, gilt, later rear endpapers, recent front endpapers. Woodcut printer's device on title and again on rear blank; woodcut devices and initials; full page of woodcuts of English Kings at the opening of Walsingham's History and another at the beginning of his Ypodigma. An early edition of Camden's scholarly presentation of important chronicles: Asser's biography of Alfred; Walsingham's English Chronicle and his Ypodigma; Wilhelm Geminitcensis on the Dukes of Normandie; Gerald of Wales' account of his journey to Ireland followed by his account of the conquest of Ireland and then his tour of Wales with Archbishop Baldwin and his description of Wales (both incredibly important documents). Binding lightly rubbed all over, boards show holes where clasps formerly were anchored, gilt rubbed, especially on rear board, label chipped, title page remargined at gutter (no loss), some typical browning of text pages, but a very good copy.
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2013-08-27 21:04:14
FICTION ROMANESQUE) [ MARTÍ (Juan) ].
Impresso en Barcelona, en casa de Sebastian Cormellas, al Call, 1603. - in-8. 3ff. 203ff. chiffrés. 2ff. Plein veau, dos à nerfs orné (Reliure du XVIIs.). Edition très rare (la troisième apparemment) de cette suite au célèbre roman de Mateo Aleman composé par Juan Martí, originaire de Valencia, et publiée sous le pseudonyme de Matheo Luxan de Sayavedra. Elle parut pour la première fois en 1602 à Valencia, deux ans avant la véritable seconde partie écrite par Mateo Aleman et publiée à Lisbonne en 1604. "Esta segunda parte, si bien menos ingeniosa que la de Aleman, es tan castiza y agradable que merece ser leida y tenerse en aprecio. Mas los ejemplares se han hecho raros " (Palau). Palau, 6685. Salva, 1697.
Bookseller: Librería Comellas
2013-08-26 13:14:50
Montagine, Michaell [Michel]; Iohn [John] Florio
Paules Churchyard, London: Val. Sims for Edward Blount, 1603 First English edition of Montaigne's great work of essays, bound in Modern dark brown calf. Simple blind tooling to front and rear board with raised bands and blind stamped title to spine. Title page and verso supplied in facsimile, but lacking A4. Otherwise complete and intact, including all other title pages for the second and third books in the volume. A2, A3 show browning at edges and are slightly brittle with some very minor loss. All other leaves appear bright and clean. Binding is tight and square and internally book is sound with little wear. A nice copy of this very scarce and important work. Florio's translation is credited with coining many new English words in his translation.
Bookseller: Boston Rare Book Loft [U.S.A.]
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2013-08-18 12:51:15
Stafford, Ignacio
First edition. One of the rarest Jesuit relations; it narrates the life, missionary work and martyrdom of Father Marcelo Mastrili (1603 - 1637) in Japan on Mount Unzen (outskirts of Nagasaki) under the Tokugawa Shogunate. Mastrili had sailed to Japan with aims of reconverting the "fallen priest" Christovao Ferreira who had renounced his faith. Ferreira (c. 1580 ? 1650) was a Portuguese Jesuit missionary, he worked in Japan from 1609 to 1633 and was the head of the Jesuit Order in that country during the religious purges against Christianity in 1633; after being tortured for hours, committed apostasy, subsequently changing his name to Sawano Chuan and registering at a Buddhist temple. Mastrili was arrested shortly after landing - the relation of his travesty towards Japan is also noted-; he was then submitted to torture and beheaded. Mysticism did not elude Mastrili, he reported to having visions of St. Francis Xavier who cured him twice. Furthermore, it contains accounts of missions to Goa, Mindanao and Japan. Subjects include "La celestial vocacion a la mission de la India", "La apostolica misiondel P. Marcelo en la jornada de Mindanao", "La entrada en el Japon... tormentos y muerte gloriosa". Engraved title with large coat of arms, signed with monogram "AF?" and engraved frontispiece showing the martyrdom of the Italian Jesuit Father Mastrili by the hands of the local authorities. Stafford (1599 - 1642) was an English Jesuit, historian and mathematician, he wrote an extensive treatise on calculating instruments and several manuscripts relating to science. The work?s rarit … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-08-11 09:19:02
SAN RAIMUNDO DE PEÑAFORT [c.1175-1275]
Roma: Romae, sumptibus Ioannis Tallini, 1603. Folio; bella portada grabada por C.A. Boccaferrus, 11 hojas, 584 páginas, 12 hojas. Encuadernación de época, en piel sobre tabla, con gofrados en seco.
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2013-08-08 09:04:35
BAYER, Johann
Augsburg: Christophorus Magnus, 1603. Hardcover. Near Fine. Folio [34 x 25 cm]. (8) pp. (engraved title, dedication, preface, verses, corrigenda) and 51 double-page engraved celestial maps, all with letterpress on rectos/versos, plates lettered A-V, VV, X-Z, Aa-Vv, VVvv, Xx-Zz, Aaa-Ccc, mounted on guards. Total 106 ff. Imprint details in colophon. Bound in contemporary stiff vellum, raised bands on gilt spine, with covers gilt-ruled with crowns at corners. Joints at head & tail of spine slightly split, but firm. Some occasional marginal fingersoiling and minor spotting. Generally a fresh copy with the plates in fine impression. An outstanding copy of the rare first edition of the most influential star atlas published in the first half of the seventeenth century and the first to represent the stars of the southern latitudes. It is also the first star atlas based on observations which can be traced to an actual voyage of discovery-that of Houtman's first voyage to the East Indies in 1595-97. According to Elly Dekker, the Uranometria substantially influenced Schiller's Coelum Stellatum and Kepler's Tabulae Rudolphinae. The work contains 49 charts of constellations, many expressed as familiar mythological figures, and two charts of the northern and southern hemispheres. Bayer estimated the magnitude of each star, from first to sixth magnitude and initiated the method of distinguishing the stars in each constellation by Greek letters-a practice still in use by astronomers today. Art historians acclaim Bayer's work for the beauty of figure design and the quality of the engraving. … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-07-28 11:25:49
Pomodoro Giovanni
Giovanni Martinelli (appresso Stefano Paolini), 1603 (ma 1599)., in Roma, - In-folio (352x250mm), cc. 57 nn., legatura ottocentesca m. pergamena con piatti marmorizzati. Frontespizio inciso con titolo entro serto coronato sorretto da due angeli, monogramma di Gesù Cristo, stemma gentilizio del dedicatario Vincenzo Gonzaga, fenice rivolta al sole e puttini sorreggenti delle cornucopie. Fregi tipografici incisi su legno, 34 tavole calcograiche incise a piena pagina, ognuna delle quali con differenti figure al proprio interno, e, di seguito, autonomamente numerate, altre 7 tavole calcografiche. Nota di possesso ottocentesca al risguardo. Antica nota di possesso al margine superiore del frontespizio. Bruniture e aloni sparsi di lieve entità, diffusi lavori di tarlo (soprattutto al margine inferiore delle ultime cc.), restauri al margine interno di alcune pp. Discreto esemplare. Prima edizione, seconda tiratura, di questo trattato di geometria applicata alla scienza militare, scritto dal matematico e astronomo veneziano Pomodoro e poi, su istanza del di lui fratello, completato e riveduto dallo Scala. Ancorché il frontespizio rechi la data del 1603, il volume fu stampato nel 1599 ed è una cinquecentina; la presente è semplicemente un'emissione con nuovo frontespizio dell'edizione originale. "C'est l'édition originale de 1599 avec un nouveau titre-frontispice et une nouvelle dédicace" (Olschki). "La geometria pratica del Pomodoro con le aggiunte dello Scala è un trattato di agrimensura che per cognizioni topometriche e per esattezza di figure rappresentanti gli oggetti e gli stru … [Click Below for Full Description]
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