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2013-12-16 21:33:32
Demosthenes (Demostene); Aeschines; Ulpianus; Wolf, Hieronymus; Schottus, Andreas.
Francofurti [Frankfurt am Main]: Apud Claudium Marnium, & Haeredes Iohannis Aubrii, 1604.. [68], lxxiiii, [6], 1464, [42] pp. Folio (38 cm). Quarterbound later morocco over marbled paper-covered boards. Second edition. Illus. with 3 engravings, head and tail pieces, and initials Brunet II 588. Greek and Latin in parallel columns. Numerous typographical errors in pagination: nos. 1177-1178 omitted, nos. 1453-1454 duplicated. Publisher's device has been excised from the title page but is present on last page. Engraving of Hieronymus Wolf on 8th leaf. Hieronymus Wolf (1516 - 1580) was the sixteenth century German historian and humanist who coined the term Byzantium. The first printing of this edition with notes and commentaries was published in 1572; this, the second edition, varies a little in the order from the first. A third, published 1607, left off notes and is quite inferior. Institutional bookplate noting the book was a gift of Michael J. O'Farrell, the first Bishop of the Diocese of Trenton, on the free front endpaper. Scarce. A 17x11 cm. section of the title page, which includes the printer's device, has been excised, the leaf neatly repaired; top edge lightly trimmed, boards and spine rubbed with scuffing to the top edges, otherwise very clean with occasional cross-references penciled in the margins, binding tight; a very nice copy.
Bookseller: Collectors Treasury
2013-12-09 19:37:00
Hulsius Levinus
VD17 23:257303X - Libri rari 142 (gibt nur 14 Tafeln an) - vgl. Volkerts 7.6 - Poggendorff I, 335.- "Dritter Tractat der Mechanischen Instrumenten".- Levin Hulsius wollte in 15 Abhandlungen sämtliche damals mechanische Instrumente beschreiben; bis zu seinem Tod sind jedoch nur vier Abhandlungen erschienen.- Der vorliegende Traktat über den Reduktionszirkel (damals noch "Proportionalzirkel" genannt) erschien laut Folkerts erstmals 1604 und wurde bereits 1606 zum zweitenmal aufgelegt (das Interesse an der Materie war wegen des Prioritätenstreits zwischen Bürgi und Galilei recht hoch).- Die Tafeln num. 1 und 3-15 (2 Tafeln mit Nr.11, nach Vergleich mit dem Exemplar im Deutschen Museum so komplett).- Nur leicht gebräunt, seitlich tls. etwas knapp beschnitten.# Probably third edition.- The third Tractate (of only 4) of Mechanical Instruments by Levin Hulsius treats the proportional compasses.-
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller [Salzburg, Austria]
2013-12-09 19:37:00
Hulsius Levinus
VD17 23:257303X - Libri rari 142 (gibt nur 14 Tafeln an) - vgl. Volkerts 7.6 - Poggendorff I, 335.- "Dritter Tractat der Mechanischen Instrumenten".- Levin Hulsius wollte in 15 Abhandlungen sämtliche damals mechanische Instrumente beschreiben; bis zu seinem Tod sind jedoch nur vier Abhandlungen erschienen.- Der vorliegende Traktat über den Reduktionszirkel (damals noch "Proportionalzirkel" genannt) erschien laut Folkerts erstmals 1604 und wurde bereits 1606 zum zweitenmal aufgelegt (das Interesse an der Materie war wegen des Prioritätenstreits zwischen Bürgi und Galilei recht hoch).- Die Tafeln num. 1 und 3-15 (2 Tafeln mit Nr.11, nach Vergleich mit dem Exemplar im Deutschen Museum so komplett).- Nur leicht gebräunt, seitlich tls. etwas knapp beschnitten.# Probably third edition.- The third Tractate (of only 4) of Mechanical Instruments by Levin Hulsius treats the proportional compasses.-
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller [Salzburg, Austria]
2013-11-30 04:12:01
Theologie.- Platina, B. (d.i. B. Sacchi)
Starp, Schönwetter (in: AGB I, 98), 37; VD 17 12:636112H; Nicht im STC, bei Cerroti etc.- Zweiter Druck dieser deutschen Übersetzung. Die Papstgeschichte des Humanisten Platina erschien erstmals 1497. Enthält hier auch die Fortsetzung von Onofrio Panvinio. Reicht in dieser Übersetzung bis zu Papst Klemens VIII. (1592).- Vorderer Vorsatz mit handschriftlichem Exlibris 'Sum iam ex libris R.D. Salomonis Schongers Saurhofis(?) et Beneficiati ...', dat. 1604.- Hinterer Vorsatz mit Marginalien.- Stempel auf Titel und Vorsatz. Besitzeintrag auf Titelblatt 'Exlib: Mathia Kriegers'. Die letzten 50 Seiten mit schwachem Feuchtrand in unterer weißer Außenecke.-
Bookseller: Antiquariat Schramm
2013-11-25 20:53:23
CONDADOS DE ALCAUDETE Y SIRUELA.
Impressa en Burgos: por Iuan Baptista Varesio, Año 1604 (para el primer impreso) y sin lugar de impresión, ni año, el resto. Conjunto integrado en un volúmen en folio: portada con un grabado de la Ascensión de la Virgen, 146 pp. + 17 hojas + 12 hojas + 64 hojas + 3 hojas manuscritas + 66 hojas. Cubiertas mudas en cartulina. Firman las Alegaciones en Derecho los Licenciados Francisco de la Cueva y Sylva, Gonçalo de Berrio, Gelimon de la Mota y el Doctor Aguiar, por una parte, y por la contraria el Licenciado Antonio de la Cueva y Silva, cuya firma autógrafa aparece en el impreso y manuscrito correspondientes. La remisión final "en discordia" la firman, autógrafas, los Licenciados Muñoz Molina, Bartolomé Matute y el Doctor Luis Ascensio Lopez. Hacen referencia a todo lo actuado hasta sus dias en el largo y costosísimo pleito sobre la sucesión en el Condado de Siruela y Mayorazgo de la Casa de Velasco.
Bookseller: Hesperia Libros [Zaragoza, Spain]
2013-11-16 09:09:30
QUINTILIEN) QUINTILLIANUS, Marcus Fabius.
Genève, excudebat Iacobus Stoer, 1604. In 8 de [XVI]-568-[LVI]-5 51-[IX]pp., reliure en plein vélin rigide de l'époque, plats très larges avec rabats repliés sur une partie de la tranche, titre manuscrit à l'encre noire à la tête du dos, plats et dos salis, rousseurs éparses, tranches rouges, page de titre ornée d'une très belle gravure d'encadrement, bon et bel exemplaire. Ce manuel oratoire fut tres prisé durant la Renaissance, le texte intégral fut découvert par Poggio Bracciolini en 1416, ces Déclamations attribuées à Quintilien, comprennent deux séries de discours, cette édition fut établie par Pierre Pithou (1539-1596), natif de Troyes, il fut Procureur général de Guyenne et de Paris et grand collectionneur de manuscrit. Quintilien naquit vers 35 ou 30 avant Jésus-Christ dans une petite ville près de Logroño dans l'actuelle Espagne. Il était le fils d'un avocat et orateur. Il poursuivit des études dans cette voie. Il fut l'ami de Pline l'ancien et le professeur du neveu de celui-ci, Pline le jeune, et peut-être même de Tacite, mais sans certitude. "De Institutione oratoria'' son oeuvre considérée comme la plus importante, nous est intégralement parvenue sous la forme de deux livres divisés en deux parties. Elle est souvent traduite par: ''Institution oratoire’' au sens humaniste du terme. Enfin l'auteur serait aussi à l'origine de "l'hexamètre mnémonique de Quintilien" ou "QQOQCP": "Quel est le coupable?, quel est le crime?, où l'a-t-on commis?, par quel moyen ou avec quel complice?, pourquoi?, de quelle manière?, à quel moment?'', principe qui est encore d'usage de n … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Scritti [Paris, France]
2013-10-14 10:58:09
ORIGENE / GENEBRARDUS Gilbertus (GENEBRARD Gilbert)
Parisiis, Cum privilegio regis 1604 Ottimo, con normali tracce del tempo e dell'uso 2 volumi Questo lavoro (tre testi in due vll.) presenta l'opera omnia di Orìgene Adamanzio (Alessandria d'Egitto, 185 - Tiro, 254), famosissimo teologo, scrittore e catechista. Adamanzio è il soprannome dato ad O., da cui l'errata identificazione di O. con [...] Stampato su due colonne in latino, anche in corsivo. I frontespizi presentano incisioni allegoriche e i primi due hanno caratteri rossi e neri; capilettera e finali con incisioni. Presenza di [...]
Bookseller: Libreria Editrice Belriguardo
2013-09-16 20:21:28
PALET (Ioan).
Paris, Mathieu Guillemot, 1604. - 2 parties en 1 volume in-8. 236pp. n. ch.; 242pp. n. ch. Parchemin souple de l'époque. Edition Originale de ce très rare dictionnaire bilingue espagnol-français, composé par un médecin français. L'ouvrage est dédié à Henri de Bourbon, Prince de Condé. Beau frontispice gravé du dessinateur et graveur allemand Leonard Gaultier (1552-1641). Des mouillures, quelques défauts et taches. Reliure d'origine un peu usée. Palau, 210183. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas
2013-09-04 19:42:47
Georgius (Georg) Scherer / Wagner, Bartholomaeus:
Andreas Angermeyer, Ingolstadt in der Ederischen Truckerey 1604/1605. 7 Abhandlungen in einem Band. 84, 56, 59, 116, 68, 110(2) mit einigen Heiligendarstellungen i. Textholzschnitten, 46 S., 8°., blindgeprägter Ganzledereinband der Zeit auf Holzdeckeln und mit zwei Messingschließen, Papierrückenschild mit handschriftlichem Titel, Einband berieben, Stehkanten etwas bestoßen, Deckel und die letzten Blätter minimal wurmgängig, Kapitale bestoßen und mit Fehlstellen des Lederbezuges, unterer Rücken mit kleinen Resten einer ehemaligen Papier-Bibliothekssignatur, alte Stempel auf Titelblatt, Nachsatz (Leerseite) mit Eckfehlstelle, innen ansonsten sehr gut erhaltenes, sauberes Exemplar, Versand D: 4,90 EUR Predigt, Predigten, Frühe Neuzeit, Barock, Homiletik, Ingolstadt, Bayern, Geschichte der Predigt, Jesuiten,
Bookseller: Antiquariat An der Vikarie [Grafschaft-Leimersdorf, Germany]
2013-08-07 19:28:20
Mohedano, Juan de
- Romae, sumptibus Paulini Arnolphini Lucensis ex Typographia Camerae Apostolicae, 1604. 4to. Perg. coeva rimontata, il nome dell'autore in grosse lettere ms. per lungo sul dorso. (8),423,(112+1 b.) pp. Titolo stampato in rosso e nero. - Le cuffie della rilegature riparate, il testo rimontato e con risguardie nuove. Postille e sottolineature ms. della fine del '600, la carta in parte leggermente brunita.
Bookseller: belvederebooks
2013-07-26 19:23:16
Joseph Acosta [translator Edward Grimston]
LONDON : Printed by Val:Sims for Edward Blount and William Aspley , 1604 First english translation of this important work, first published in Spain in 1588 and in enlarged version 1590. This is copy is in a contemporary vellum binding. Acosta drew on 17 years experience as a Jesuit missionary to give a detailed account of the new world. His writing impressed Francis Bacon and he cited the work in New Organon and History of Winds. Classed as fair because some pages have been removed and replaced with fascimile copies. The vellum binding is sound with blind tooled borders. It has some grubbiness as might be expected. Internally the first blank leaf has been replaced and the title page has been repaired to replace loss at the bottom corner. There is some browning and an ink sign and an inscription 'London, July 21 1728'. From the ink colour it looks as if this signatory has added a tail to the zero in 1604 to change the date to 1694. Pages 17-32 and 79-96 are in facsimile. There are some small repaired paper tears, small loss to the bottom inner corner of p65 not affecting text, and some ink lines in the margin of pp62-63. There is substantial ink, pencil and some biro marking on the final blank leaf. Pages have very light brown toning and the occasional mark. Otherwise the text with decorative initial capitals and head and tailpieces is in good clean condition. Size 19 cm x 14.5 cm. An opportunity to buy this rare and significant work at a reduced price.
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2013-07-24 11:28:21
WILHELM ZEPPER (Zeppero, Zepperus):
Herbornae Nassoviorum, (Herborn, German), ex officina Christophori Corvini, 1604.. Ubi quaestio, an, et quatenus abolitae illae sint, ventilatur; eque legibus illis, circa personas, res & actiones versantibus, inque harmoniae porro formam, juxta praeceptorum Decalogi seriem, digestis, multae quaestiones & materiae, viris tam ecclesiasticis, quam politicis, in administratione regni Christi ecclesiastica & politica, scitu necessariae & jucundae eruuntur & evolvuntur: quarum indicem, generalem & specialem, proximae post dedicatoriam paginae exhibent. FIRST EDITION 1604, Latin text, small 8vo, 175 x 100 mm, 7 x 4 inches, small printer's device on title page, a few woodcut head- and tailpieces and initials, pages (64), 821 (3) - errata, lacking a folding chart which is often missing from this edition and from the second of 1614, bound in full contemporary calf, with embossed decorative lozenge in centre and blind ruled border on covers, raised bands to spine, no label or lettering. Binding rubbed and worn, lozenge chipped on upper cover, small piece of leather missing at 3 corners, small repair to foot of spine, upper hinge starting to crack at head, a very tiny hole in spine, pastedowns missing, a page from an old book bound in at front and rear, original endpapers still present, pale damp staining to outer edges of margins from title page to page 150, persisting at the very edge throughout, barely visible on many pages, showing again on the last few pages, small piece removed from top corner of title page, neatly repaired, 2 numbers in lower margin, some pages lightly brow … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton
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2013-07-22 04:16:02
VESALIUS, Andreas
Finely engraved title & 223 woodcut illus. in the text. 4 p.l., 510, [46] pp.; 10 leaves. Two parts in one vol. Folio, modern vellum (title a little spotted in blank margins, occasional very faint dampstaining), ties. [Venice: G.A. & J. de Franceschi, 1604]. [bound with]:FABRICIUS, ab Aquapendente. Le Opere Chirurgiche...devise in due Parti. Nella Prima si tratta delli Tumori, Ferite, Ulceri, Rotture e Slocature. Nella Seconda Delle Operationi principali di Chirurgia, tradotte in lingua Italiana. Large woodcut printer's device on title & nine engraved plates. 4 p.l., 288 pp. Folio (occasional light browning). Padua: G. Cadorino, 1683. Two important medical works bound together. I. This is the fifth edition of Vesalius's Fabrica. It is the fourth edition to be illustrated and the second to use this set of woodcuts. It is a line-for-line reprint of the 1568 edition, with the addition of a handsomely engraved title-page and a new series of anatomical tables compiled by Fabio Paulo from Rufus and Soranus. These additional tables have a separate title-page giving the date of publication which is absent from the title-page of the first part. The 1604 edition was published by the sons of the publisher of the 1568 edition. Cushing suggests, and was clearly right, based by evidence supplied by this sammelband, that this edition of Vesalius was probably issued to fill the demand for copies created when Fabricius of Aquapendente became professor of anatomy at Padua and made the text required reading. II. Fabricius's textbook of surgery was first published in 1617 and descr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.
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2013-07-18 10:18:54
Cornelius Tacitus [translated by] Sir Henry Savile, Richard Greenwey, Richard Grenewey, Grenway
London: Arnold Hatfield for John Norton, 1604 Book. Very Good. Leather Bound. [8] pp 1-271 [1]; [6] pp 1-12, pp 1-227, [3] The third edition of Sir Henry Savile's translation of the Annals of Tacitus published in 1604/ 1605. This copy is bound in handsome contemporary calf. The boards have a quadruple blind fillet with a lozenge shaped decorative gilt device featuring fleur-de-lys in the middle, both front and back. The topmost and lowest spine compartments (of six) have been sympathetically repaired with a gilt date at the foot of the spine; additionally a replacement morocco spine label appears in the second compartment down. Internally there are no paste-downs, and at the front and rear about an inch of printer's waste has been used by the early seventeenth century binder to reinforce the book's sewing. This reveals itself to be a thirteenth or fourteenth century manuscript (probably religious) on vellum in a miniscule scribal hand (around 50 lines to a page) which is written in Latin. Both the preliminary and terminal blanks are present; the preliminary blank and the endpaper that precedes it are browned and have been repeatedly folded near the foreedge. There are early ownership signatures from several members of the Gibbon family, including John Giubon, John Gibon and Robert Gibbon as well as the ownership statement 'Robert Rolle eius Liber' on the endpaper. The text is complete as called for with the second title page for 'The End of Nero and Beginning of Galba' half way through, and the copper plate full-page engraving at page 213. There … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Modernfirsteditions Ltd
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2013-07-17 17:19:55
N/A
London: Imprinted for William Aspley. 1604. Hardcover. Recent quarter calf over boards with gilt titles on spine, bookplate on front pastedown, old bookseller's catalogue entry pasted to ffep, D4 with small inkspot to foredge margin just touching text and same spot showing on E but text unaffected, Q3 with paper repair to lower corner, lacking Q4 (blank). STC.14430.5 , When James I came to the throne in 1604 Catholics in England were hopeful of greater toleration for their religion than had been the case under Elizabeth I. John Colleton was a Catholic priest who had been involved in the 'Archpriest Controversy' of 1598-1602 in which a group of moderates, of which Colleton was one, had sought to wrest control of the Catholic Mission in England away from the Jesuits. In 1603 Colleton signed Colleton signed the declaration of allegiance to Queen Elizabeth and the appeal to the pope and in 1604 he wrote A Supplication to the King's most Excellent Majestie, an anonymous petition to James I for the toleration of Catholics. This current work reprints Colleton's 'Supplication' and provides a reply to it in the form of marginal notes to the text. This reply is attributed to Matthew Sutcliffe, an author of a number of anti-Catholic tracts. , 4to, Unpaginated pp .
Bookseller: double B books
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2013-07-10 08:42:50
Alonso Rodriguez, Zaragoza 1604 - Aragón 30x21, 8h, 747p, 2h, portada a dos tintas con el escudo de Aragón, ejemplar bastante limpio. Plena piel moteada, tejuelos, nervios y dorados en lomo. Buen estado
Bookseller: Librería Sagasta
2013-06-25 00:23:24
PASIO, Francesco, S.J. (1554-1612). -
Venezia, Ciotti, 1604.12mo. Mid 20th century light brown morocco, gilt fillets on covers, spine with raised bands and gilt, large inner gilt frame, gilt edges. 77 pp.; a charming copy, particularly fresh and attractively bound. Second edition ("Titelauflage" of the first: Rome 1603). Pasio left Italy for the East in 1577; after a long stay in Lisbon first and Macao later, he reached Japan in 1584. In this very rare letter about the Jesuit activities in Japan at the end of the 16th and the beginning of the 17th century, Pasio describes the conversion of many Japanese, mentions the cities of Amangucci, Arima, Meaco, Nagasaki, Omura, Osaka etc., and writes about the cultural conditions of Japan at the time. Cordier BJ 241. Rara relazione. Fresco esemplare in una sobria ed elegante rilegatura del '900 in marocchino marrone con fregi e filetti impr. in oro sul dorso e sui piatti, tagli dorati.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Rappaport
2013-06-12 14:12:23
Buonfiglio Costanzo Giuseppe
Venetia, Appresso Bonifacio Ciera, 1604.Due parti in un volume in 8° grande, legatura in piena pergamena floscia coeva con titoli manoscritti al dorso, pp. (22), (1b), 692 con vignetta allegorica incisa su rame al frontespizio e bel ritratto dell'Autore messinese (1545-1623) inciso su rame entro cartiglio all'inizio dell'opera, capilettera decorati e testalini. Piccoli e marginali scarabocchi di antica mano e timbro sbiadito al frontespizio. Abile restauro al dorso. Nel complesso ottimo e fresco esemplare. Lozzi, 5017; Brunet, I, 395: Mira I,134. Prima edizione di questa storia siciliana di Buonfiglio, divisa in due parti e articolata in 20 libri, "nella quale si contiene la descrittione antica, et moderna di Sicilia, le guerre, et altri fatti notabili dalla sua origine per sino alla morte del Catolico Re Don Filippo II. Con la Tavola Alfabetica di tutte le cose notande contenute in essa Historia". La terza parte a completamento dell'opera verrà pubblicata solo nel 1613. Seguono un'orazione del Buonfiglio scritta in occasione della morte di re Filippo II e "Descrittione de gli avenimenti miracolosi di Messina per la fame".
Bookseller: Biggio Giuseppina
2013-06-12 14:00:06
Giovanni Antonio MAGINI (1555 - 1617)
Carta geografica tratta da L'Italia a cura di Fabio Magini, edito a Bologna tra il 1620 ed il 1640. La carta dell?Istria è probabilmente opera del Magini stesso, in quanto la carta di Pietro Coppo datata 1569, unica carta del territorio antecedente a questa, risulta molto diversa nel rilievo del territorio. Questo lascia presupporre che il Magini abbia avuto tra le mani una carta inedita probabilmente fornitagli direttamente dalla Repubblica Veneta. L?Almagià nota come questa sia una delle rare eccezioni nell?opera dell?astronomo padovano, in quanto la lastra non risulta cancellata e corretta in nessun modo. Probabilmente la lastra venne iniziata dall?Arnoldi e terminata dal Wright. Lieve gora nei margini, nel complesso in ottimo stato di conservazione. Bibliografia: Almagià pagg. 46/47. Bologna Bologna 480 355
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2013-06-12 13:09:09
GOTHOFREDI DIONYSIO
Edito nel 1604 ad Aureliiopolis (Orleans) da Jaonem Vignon, grosso volume in 8° grande, legatura in piena pelle bazzana, cornici a secco ai piatti, dorso a nervi, tagli rossi, 4 parti in 1 volume. Le 4 parti sono datate 1604, ma le ultime due sono state edite da Eustache Vignon. Godefroy (Parigi 1549-Strasburgo 1621). Dopo gli studi a Louvin, entra nella facoltà a Colonia, continuando poi la sua formazione giuridica a Heidelberg. Queste frequentazioni con studiosi protestanti lo portano ad abiurare la sua fede cattolica. Tornato in Francia, ottenne il dottorato in giurisprudenza presso Orleans. La sua nuova religione, lo costringe a rifugiarsi a Ginevra nel 1580 dove insegnò per 4 anni. Fu richiamato in Francia da Enrico IV . Divenne di nuovo ambasciatore dell'Electeur Palatin Luigi XIII e apprezzato da Richelieur. Ma con la Guerra dei Trent'anni fù costretto a fuggire nuovamente a Strasburgo, dove morì. Buon esemplare.
Bookseller: Libreria Internazionale Ulrico Hoepli
2013-06-08 14:52:42
Venetiis, apud Iuntas, 1605 - 1604. 1604 3 parti in 2 voll. in-4° (242x175mm), pp. (90) (antiporta, frontespizio e amplissimo indice tricolonne), 1020; (58), 1388. Segue: Additiones super Decretales admodum Illustrissimi ac Celeberrimi iureconsulti D. Augustini Caravitae. patritii ebolitani, et in Sacro Regio Consilio Neapolitano Consiliarij.., Venetiis, apud Iuntas, 1604 (tali "Additiones" sono antedatate rispetto alle Decretali). Solida legatura ottocentesca in p. pergamena rigida con fregi floreali e fitomorfi in oro ai dorsi, adorni altresì di titolo e decori in oro su tasselli in pelle rossa. Tagli a spruzzi azzurri. Al primo vol., antiporta splendidamente incisa su rame e colorata posteriormente a mano con cornice architettonica con figurazioni sacre (la Trinità, il Pontefice, etc.). Frontespizi in rosso e in nero con impresa xilografica giuntina in rosso e in nero (nella variante censita dalle biblioteche spagnole, i frontespizi, anzichè il giglio dei Giunti, recano il ritratto xilografico di Gregorio XIII). Il testo delle Decretali spicca al centro della pagina contornato da fittissimi commentari in corpo tipografico più minuto. Due xilografie a p. pag. alla seconda parte, una effigiante l'"Arbor Consanguinitatis" e una con lo schema dell'"Arbor Affinitatis". Antichi timbri e firme di possesso ai frontespizi. Fioriture e arrossature sparse. Lavori di tarlo al margine inferiore di numerose pp. della seconda parte. Numerosi errori di paginazione. Ottimo esemplare nel complesso. Monumentale edizione giuntina secentesca del "Corpus Iuris Canonici" corredato da un folti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Galleria Gilibert
2013-06-08 13:18:01
ORIGENE / GENEBRARDUS Gilbertus (GENEBRARD Gilbert)
Parisiis, Cum privilegio regis 1604 Ottimo, con normali tracce del tempo e dell'uso 2 volumi Questo lavoro (tre testi in due vll.) presenta l'opera omnia di Orìgene Adamanzio (Alessandria d'Egitto, 185 - Tiro, 254), famosissimo teologo, scrittore e catechista. Adamanzio è il soprannome dato ad O., da cui l'errata identificazione di O. con [...] Stampato su due colonne in latino, anche in corsivo. I frontespizi presentano incisioni allegoriche e i primi due hanno caratteri rossi e neri; capilettera e finali con incisioni. Presenza di [...]
Bookseller: Libreria Editrice Belriguardo
2013-06-07 10:07:21
GUICCIARDINI Francesco / PORCACCHI Tommaso / NANNINI Remigio
n Trevigi : appresso Fabritio Zanetti // In Treviso, Appresso Fabritio Zanetti 1604 Molto buono, con tracce del tempo e dell'uso 1 volume Francesco Guicciardini è il principale autore dei libri; suoi commentatori sono 1) Tommaso Porcacchi, letterato (Castiglion Fiorentino 1530 - Venezia 1585). Autore di opere poetiche, storiche, erudite, curò (soprattutto per G. G. [...] Due libri, ognuno con front. e numerazione proprie, in un unico tomo. Iniziali e fregi xil. Marca editoriale: due colonne avvolte da un nastro con motto: Plus ultra. Il tutto dentro cartiglio. [...]
Bookseller: Libreria Editrice Belriguardo
2013-03-19 10:41:31
Chesnecopherus, Nils.
serenissimum, aeqve ac potentissimum Principem, D. Carolvm IX. Svecorum, Gothorum, Vandalorum, Finnonum, Carelorum, Lapponum Borealium, Caianorum, & Esthonum in Liuonia Regem, unà cum subsequuturà S. R. M. liberorum legitimà propagine, pro suis, & totius Regni Sueciae Regibus, ac veris Dominis (velut unio illa haereditaria, Anno 1604. Norcopiae comprobata, luculentum perhibet testimonium) subrogarunt, atque coronarunt. Omnibus, & singulis veritatis amantibus, & huius Sueo=polonici cognoseendi cupidis litigij, directioni, atque informationi. Cum gratia, & priuilegio potentissimi regis Sueonum. Stokholmiae. Ex Molybdographià Guttervicianà 1610. 4:o. (4),220,217-560,(4) s. Samtida pergamentband, förgylld rygg. Pärmar med dubbla förgyllda ramar inre med hörnstämplar. Förgyllt pärmexlibris Kunskapensträd med ormen omgiven av Adam och Eva. Spricka 80 mm främre yttre fals. Missfärgning nederst på ryggen något in på pärmar (limrester). Bakre pärm med lagning främre kant nedre halvan. Försättsbladet saknas. Namnteckning Thore Virgin 20.2. 1928 på främre pärms spegel. Fuktrand nedre kant sida 517-532. 20 x 15,5 cm.. Intressant samtida band troligen danskt
Bookseller: Antiquaria
2013-02-07 10:35:36
BUONFIGLIO, COSTANZO GIUSEPPE.
Venezia, Bonifacio Ciera, 1604. Ad Istantia della Compagnia de Librari Disuniti di Messina. In 4to, front. con vignetta incisa con donna coronata con spada e stendardo, e con marca tipografica " Nobilis et Regni Caput S. P. Q. R. Decreto Messa", pp. n. n. 48 (fra cui la dedica all'Illustriss. Senato della Nobile Citt? di Messina, l'elenco degli autori dai quali si ? ricavata la presente Historia e, al verso di carta 6, il ritratto calcografico dell'autore a p. p. entro cornice ovale arricchita da stemmi e armi della casata e da volute), 692 (a p. 389 ha inizio la Seconda parte; ciascuna delle due parti si compone di X libri ciascuna; alla conclusione del X libro della parte seconda, segue una "Oratione fatta per la morte del Catolico re Don Filippo II", seguita a sua volta dalla "Descrittione de gli avenimenti miracolosi di Messina per la fame", sezione con cui il volume si conclude), testatine, finalini e capilettera incisi, legatura settecentesca in p. perg. rigida, titolo in oro su tassello e segnatura al dorso, contropiatti e fogli di guardia in carta marmorizz. a vari colori. Prima edizione di questa rara opera sulla storia siciliana, divisa in due parti stampate insieme; la parte terza uscir? nel 1613 e successivamente le tre parti saranno pubblicate assieme nel 1738 - 39. Costanzo Giuseppe Buonfiglio (Messina, 1545 - 1622 o 1623). Ottimo esemplare molto ben conservato, in elegante legatura e con un interno fresco, ben impresso e stampato su finissima carta.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Botteghina D'arte G
2013-01-12 23:48:11
N/A
London: Imprinted for William Aspley. 1604. Hardcover. Recent quarter calf over boards with gilt titles on spine, bookplate on front pastedown, old bookseller's catalogue entry pasted to ffep, D4 with small inkspot to foredge margin just touching text and same spot showing on E but text unaffected, Q3 with paper repair to lower corner, lacking Q4 (blank). STC.14430.5 , When James I came to the throne in 1604 Catholics in England were hopeful of greater toleration for their religion than had been the case under Elizabeth I. John Colleton was a Catholic priest who had been involved in the 'Archpriest Controversy' of 1598-1602 in which a group of moderates, of which Colleton was one, had sought to wrest control of the Catholic Mission in England away from the Jesuits. In 1603 Colleton signed Colleton signed the declaration of allegiance to Queen Elizabeth and the appeal to the pope and in 1604 he wrote A Supplication to the King's most Excellent Majestie, an anonymous petition to James I for the toleration of Catholics. This current work reprints Colleton's 'Supplication' and provides a reply to it in the form of marginal notes to the text. This reply is attributed to Matthew Sutcliffe, an author of a number of anti-Catholic tracts. , 4to, Unpaginated pp .
Bookseller: double B books
2012-12-29 16:45:33
SENECA, ANNÆUS.
Geneve, Johannes Vignon, 1604. (10) + (2) + 807 + (26) + (24) + 377 - 911 + (40)pp. Bound full vellum. Ink title on spine. Woodcut titlepage. The page with small cut. Last page loose. The binding with wear inside.
Bookseller: Bøger & Kuriosa [DK]
2012-12-26 04:40:33
MARTINI, OLAUS.
Sthlm, A. Olufson, 1604. 4:o. A4-I4,K3. Tagen ur band och insatt i en enkelt pappomslag från 1800-talets andra hälft med handskriven etikett på främre omslag. Omslaget med pappersförluster. Blad A4 med lagning i övre inre hörnet vilket medfört viss textförlust. Nära skuren, bl.a. beskurna tryckta marginalhänvisningar på blad D1, I2 och I4. Någon enstaka småfläck. Titelbladet med en liten papperslapp överst i inre marginalen. Från Ericsberg. Collijn Sveriges bibliografi 1600-talet 582. På det avslutande bladet har en rad präster intygat att föreliggande skrift om Kristi person och nattvarden är i överensstämmelse med Bibeln och den rena läran. Detta är ärkebiskop Olaus Martinis (1557-1609) svar på den samma år utkomna "Någre synnerlighe bewijs", som enligt traditionen författats av Karl IX. Martini slår ned på de passager i denna bok som förfäktade kalvinistiska idéer och han använde just denna vid tiden illa ansedda etikett på skriften och dess upphovsman. Kungen reagerade med att den 30 december 1604 utfärda en öppen skrivelse till rikets invånare där han erkände sig vara författare till den anonyma skriften, men att han på intet sätt ville kopplas samman med kalvinismen. Han utlovade också ett svar i sin tur på Martinis angrepp. Det dröjde emellertid två år tills detta utkom. Kungen svor sig där fri från alla kalvinistanklagelser men bemöttes även då av ett hätskt angrepp från ärkebiskopen, denna gång i form av en predikan.
Bookseller: Mats Rehnström [SE]
2012-12-22 17:25:49
[TYRANNIUS RUFINUS]:
Lübeck, in verlegung Laurentz Albrechts, 1604. (23) + 455 + 2 blank + (1) + 196 + (34) p. + 1 folding printed table, a few woodcuts in the text, last leaf with woodcut device. Title printed in red and black within figurative woodcut border. Later blindstamped brown full calf over wooden boards, brass clasps and fittings, spine in five compartments. 20,5 X 16 cm. Title has been mended in lower margin. Minor foxing
Bookseller: Antikvariat Röda Rummet AB
2012-12-22 17:10:38
MATTIOLI (MATTHIOLI MATTHIOLUS), PIETRO ANDREA. - WITH THE SERIES OF THE LARGE WOODCUTS.
Venetia, Bartolomeo de gli Alberti, 1604. (Colophon: In Venetia, Appresso Domenico Nicolino, 1604). Folio. (36 x 26 cm.). Bound in 2 contemporary full vellum (Italian bindings). Spines with 5 raised bands. Corners a bit bumped. Light wear to spine ends. Titlelabel in red leather with gilt lettering to Tome 2 (the titlelabel gone on tome 1). Printers large woodcut device on both titlepages and in a smaller form on title to "Del Modo di Distillare". Portrait of Matthioli before F1. Titlepage + F1-14 (unnumbered, Dedication to Signor Gio. Battista dated Insprugg 1568), F 15-20 (unnumbered, Foreword), F21-82 (unnumbered, "Due Tauole"), 1-572;(4) 673-1527 pp. + (12) pp. (Del Modo di Distillare). With more that 900 large woodcuts in the text, botanical, animals, apparatus etc.. Without free endpapers. Titlepages a bit brownspotted, some scattered brownspots, mostly marginal, a few inkspots to textleaves, a few small tears (no loss).Second titlepage a bit creased. A few margins at end with faint dampstains. With 6 small circular stamps of authenticity (4 on first titlepage, 1 on last leaf before colophon and 1 on the second titlepage).. Scarce complete Italian edition of Matthioli's most important work, being his commentaries on Dioscorides, and here in the enlarged form both in relation to the text and with the woodcuts in their final and largest form (mostly 3/4-page), made by Giorgio Liberale and Wolfgang Meyerpeck. "The woodcuts are an important advance over the fairly mediocre ones used in Matthioli's wearler works."(Hunt, vol. I, p. 100). "These woodcuts (the larger cuts) ar … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn A/S
2012-12-22 03:40:02
Türkenkriege - -
Mit gr. Titelholzschnitt. 4 Bll. Rückenbroschur. 18 x 15 cm. Nicht im VD 17, kein Nachweis über KVK und Worldcat, weder bei Apponyi, Göllner oder anderen einschlägigen Bibliographien. Für mich bibliographisch nicht nachweisbar. - Der Ban von Kroatien Ivan II. Dra¨kovic von Trako¨can (1550-1613) kämpfte bei Banja Luka gegen den proosmanischen Siebenbürgener Fürsten Stephan Bocskai, der den ungarischen Aufstand gegen die Habsburger anführte. Der Titelholzschnitt zeigt die wilde Kampfszene zwischen den Parteien, die sich nicht ganz unähnlich im ausgehenden 20. Jahrhundert in Bosnien wiederholt hat. - Gutes Exemplar!
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
2012-12-12 03:40:01
Galenus, (Claudius)
Gr.-4°. (3) Bl., 1298 Spalten (teilw. als Seiten gezählt), (74) Bl. Mit 2 unterschiedlichen Holzschnitt-Druckermarken. Lederband der Zeit(beschädigt)., Krivatsy 1643. - Späte Ausgabe der erstmals 1548 von Andrés de Laguna herausgegebenen und kommentierten Schriften Galens. Die Epitome sind die wesentlichen Beobachtungen, die uns von Galen (130-200) hinterlassen wurden, sie sind der Höhepunkt der Humoralpathologie. Sie revolutionierten die ärztliche Heilkunst und systematisierten das vollständige medizinische Wissen seiner Zeit. Andrés de Laguna (1499-1560) war Professor in Bologna und Leibarzt verschiedener Päpste. Er berarbeitete diesen Auszug im Landhaus von Cicero in Tusculum. - Einbandgelenke teilweise angeplatzt. Lederrücken an Kopf und Fuss mit Einrissen und Fehlstellen. Durchgehend gebräunt und stockfleckig. Titelblatt mit handschr. Einträgen, alt hinterlegtem Papierverlust und Einsrissen. Der Schnitt angestaubt und mit Wurmgängen.
Bookseller: EOS Buchantiquariat Benz
2012-06-27 15:02:56
Caporali Cesare.
presso Giov. Batt. Ciotti, 1604. In-12° (cm. 11,3), legatura settecentesca in p. pergamena con titolo in oro al dorso (macchioline e forellini al dorso), tagli spruzzati; pp. 208, [2], [2 bb.] in buono stato, con front. inquadrato in bordura in rame, iniziali ornate e fregi in xilografia; firma coeva al front., rifilatura per tutto il testo senza fastidio. Seconda tiratura [cfr. Piantanida 2900] dell'opera dedicata al Marchese di Castiglione Ascanio della Corgna. Secondo il Quadrio, l'autore «ha saputo sì bene congiungere la religione, e l'onestà colla piacevolezza, e collo scherzo». Esemplare più che discreto.
Bookseller: Gabriele Maspero Libri Antichi [IT]
2012-06-13 09:38:25
ACOSTA, Jose de (ca 1539-1600).
London: Val: Sims for Edward Blount and William Aspley, 1604. Small 4to., (7 2/8 x 5 2/8 inches). Engraved head- and tail-pieces and initials (lacking first and last blanks, a bit browned.) 18th-century tree calf (rebacked to style, some surface wear to the covers). "The most convincing, detailed, and reliable account of the riches and new things of America" (Hill) First edition in English, originally published in Salamanca in 1588. A missionary in Peru from 1571 to 1576, Acosta then travelled extensively in Mexico: "He provided great detail in his descriptions of sailing directions, trading commodities, etc. Consequently, his work revealed to the rest of Europe the great wealth that Spain was drawing from America. Eventually spain grew more secretive in these matters. Acosta gives important accounts of the Strait of Magellan and the navigators who had sailed through to the Pacific." (Hill). Alden & Landis 604/1; Arents "Tobacco" 67; Church 328; Hill 4; Hogwego A7; JCB (3) II:24; Sabin 131; STC 94. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries - Aradernyc [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2012-06-12 14:44:01
Mariano, Christophoro (d.i. Daniel Mattsperger):
Würzburg/ o.Dr., 1604.. 1 blattgr. Kupferstich/ 8 Bl., 159 S., 3 Bl.; 8°/ Pgt. d. Zt.;. Einbandkanten und Kapitale bestoßen und beschabt, dort unfachmännisch mit Leim stabilisiert; innen lediglich leicht gebräunt und etwas wellig. Im Vorsatz und im Titel mehrere Besitzvermerke und Stempel. Dort ebenso ein ganzseitiger hs. Eintrag über Marianus. S. 159 und das erste nn. Blatt verklebt. - Seltene Festschrift zum 30-jährigen Regierungsjubiläum Julius Echters. Der Kupferstich von Leipolt (der auch die 3 großen Kupferstiche der Festung Marienberg, der Universität und des Juliusspitales anläßlich des Regierungsjubiläumes für dieses Buch fertigte, welche jedoch fehlen) präsentiert die Erfolge Echters in allegorischen Personifizierungen. Die Weisheit verweist z.B. auf ein Wappenschild mit einer Abbildung der von ihm gegründeten Universität. Das in einem reich verzierten Medaillon präsentierte fürstbischöfliche Wappen wird bekrönt von der Mutter mit dem Kind, der Patrona Franconia. Ihr zur Seite stehen der Frankenapostel Kilian und der Bistumsgründer Burkhard.
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2012-05-31 13:24:00
Thou, Jacques-Auguste de ; - Iac. Aug. Thuani
APUD VIDUAM MAMERTI PATISSONII, PARISIIS [PARIS], 1604. Titre gravé, [46 (sur 48)]-1004-[48] pp. (incomplet du titre typographique). Tome I (sur 2) orné d'un joli titre gravé. Nouvelle édition corrigée, parue la même année que l'originale in-f°, avec des passages supprimés ou changés. L'ouvrage fut mis à l'index en 1609, surtout à cause de la seconde partie traitant des Guerres de religion. Exemplaire contenant 4 ff. (rares ? non signalés dans les bibliogr. ?), non repris dans la collation supra : 2 ff. avec, sur chaque face, une épigramme en grec de Thoukudides (1), Polybe (2) ou Lucien (1),- 1 f. (v° bl.) avec approbation en latin par Perrot, datée 1603,- le même feuillet en 1er état avec la faute "regia" au début de la seconde ligne. # Renouard, Estienne, 194; # Biogr. univ. XLI-436/442; # Brunet V-840; # Graesse VII-147. 1 volumes. Reliure 19e : pleine basane, dos à nerfs
Bookseller: de KunstBurg [gent, Belgium]
2012-05-30 15:56:34
Helbach Friedrich
. . VD17 23:261445W - Schoene3 11661 - Simon 33 - Ferguson I, 373.- "Das große Verdienst von Friedrich v. Helbach, der sich selbst weder als Arzt, aber auch nicht als Winzer betätigt hat, besteht darin, daß er alles zusammentrug und ordnete, was bis zu seiner Zeit in kleineren und größeren Schriften über den Wein veröffentlicht worden war." (Bruno Götz in der Einführung des Faksimiledrucks).- Titel mit hs. Besitzvermerk, etw. gebräunt u. tls. fleckig, Vorsätze erneuert, Ebd. fleckig.
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2012-05-29 12:04:22
Catholic Church. Pope, 1294–1303 (Bonifacius VIII)
Venetiis: Sub signo Aquilae renovantis Folio. [4] ff., 948, 384, 396 numb. col., [12] ff., lacking a blank.. 1604 This is a collection of the decretals of Boniface VIII, born Benedict Gaetani (ca. 1235?-1303, pope from 1294). Boniface was a distinguished canonist and defender of the rights of the papacy. He did much to organize canon law, compiling the decrees of his predecessors into five books, to which he added his own Liber Sextus ("sixth book"). To Boniface's own decretals were later appended the Constitutiones of Boniface's immediate successor, Clement V (reigned 1305?-14), the Extravagantes of John XXII (reigned 1316?-1334), and finally, in 1500?-1503, the Extravagantes Communes. The works in this volume form the third of three volumes—together with the Decretum of Gratianus and the Decretales of Gregory IX—printed by the Socios Aquilae Renovantis in 1604 as part of a complete set of the Corpus Juris Canonici or code of canon law. In this edition the legal text is surrounded by commentary, to which supplementary sidenotes have been added. It is printed with an ornate, very large woodcut printer's device on the title-page, and historiated woodcut initials. Half vellum over green paper with a brown leatherette title label. Title-page has a tear from the base of the page into the imprint information, repaired on the verso with paper. Inked marginalia in one place, fol. *2r. Occasional spots of foxing and staining, most noticeably on the title-page and first few leaves.
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2012-05-29 12:04:22
Catholic Church. Pope, 1294-1303 (Bonifacius VIII).
Sub signo Aquilae renovantis, 1604. This is a collection of the decretals of Boniface VIII, born Benedict Gaetani (ca. 1235-1303, pope from 1294). Boniface was a distinguished canonist and defender of the rights of the papacy. He did much to organize canon law, compiling the decrees of his predecessors into five books, to which he added his own Liber Sextus ("sixth book"). To Boniface's own decretals were later appended the Constitutiones of Boniface's immediate successor, Clement V (reigned 1305-14), the Extravagantes of John XXII (reigned 1316-34), and finally, in 1500-03, the Extravagantes Communes. The works in this volume form the third of three volumes -- together with the Decretum of Gratianus and the Decretales of Gregory IX -- printed by the Socios Aquilae Renovantis in 1604 as part of a complete set of the Corpus Juris Canonici or code of canon law. In this edition the legal text is surrounded by commentary, to which supplementary sidenotes have been added. It is printed with an ornate, very large woodcut printer's device on the title-page, and historiated woodcut initials.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2012-05-27 20:24:24
"MONOSINI, ANGELO"
Venice: Io. Guerilium, 1604. Venice: Io. Guerilium. 1604. "First and only edition, sm. 4to, [20], 434 & [62]pp., contemporary full limp vellum, morocco label, vellum soiled, mild waterstain enters at top margin and pervades most of text, otherwise a very good copy of a scarce title. A collection of excerpts and comment thereon, including books on diction, syntax, the art of translation into Italian from Greek and Latin, with notes on the Etruscan and Florentine dialects, etc. Contains author index, phraseology and general index. OCLC finds 14 copies, but only 4 in the U.S."
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2012-05-23 15:32:27
1604. Original-Kuperstich „Moguntia Metropolis“. Datiert 1604. Ursprünglich dem Werk des Nicolaus Serarius (Moguntiacarum ab ititio usque ad reverendissimum et illustrissimum hodiernum Archiepiscopum, ac Electorum, Dominum D. Ioannem Schwichardum, libri quinque, Moguntiae 1604) beiliegend. Hierbei handelt es sich um ein fünfteiliges Werk zur Geschichte der Erzdiozöse, der Erzbischöfe und der Stadt Mainz von den Anfängen bis zur Amtsperiode des Mainzer Erzbischofs und Kurfürsten Johann Schweikhard von Kronberg (1604 – 1626). Stadtansicht von Mainz von der gegenüberliegenden Rheinseite aus. Die Ansicht weist 56 numerierte Lokalitäten (1 - 56) sowie die seinerzeit vorhandenen 8 Stadttore (Portae, A – H) aus. Der Stich wurde neu gerahmt. Sehr guter Originalzustand der sehr präzisen und äußerst seltenen Ansicht. Rahmen und Passepartout ebenfalls tadellos. Weitere Fotos auf der Homepage des Antiquariats (bitte Art.-Nr. auf der Angebotsseite in das Suchfeld eingeben). Versand D: 5,00 EUR Mainz Stadt Stadtansicht Kupferstich Ansicht
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2012-05-17 18:36:36
Serarius, Nicolaus und Nicolau) (Serario:
Mainz, Lippius, 1604.. gefalteter Kupferstich, mehrere Holzschnittvignetten, 8 nn. Bl., 325 [irrig : 345] S., 3nn Bl. ; 8 nn Bl., 276 S., nn Bl. Ganzledereinband der Zeit mit Stehkanten, ca. 16 x 10,5 cm.. Einband leicht berieben und bestossen, das helle Leder etwas angeschmutzt, das Leder am Rücken mit Fehlstelle unten ( ca. 4,3 x 3 cm). 4 Blatt mit Eckabrissen, bei einem Blatt beide Ecken (führt bei einem Blatt zu Buchstabenverlust- 2 Buchstaben), Titel und folgendes Blatt des ersten Werkes angeschmutzt, Kupfer mit kleinem Einriss. Ansonsten sauberes und guterhaltenes Exemplar. Mit dem nicht allen Exemplaren beigegebenen Kupferstich und dem angebundenen seltenen Werk " Lutheroturcicae Orationes ".
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2012-05-16 10:32:05
SAN ANTONIO (Gabriel de)
- Relación de los sucesos del reino de la Cambodja por . Edición reproducida de la de 1604 ordenada por Antonio Graiño.- Madrid, Librería General de Victoriano Suárez, 1929; en 4º menor holandesa conservando cubiertas, VIII pp. - 83 folios - 1 h. Tirada de 150 ejemplares en papel de hilo, ejemplar 62. Palau nº 289935. Muy buen ejemplar. (Monografías de la España Colonial I.)
Bookseller: LIBRERIA ANTICUARIA SANZ
2012-05-09 13:02:27
DEMOSTHENES
Francofurti, Apud Claudium Marnium, & Haeredes Johannis Aubry. 1604 - Second Wolfe edition, the first having appeared in 1572. Folio. pp [xlviii], 744, 499, [i], [xxxiv] Index. Engraved publisher's device, as well as head- and tailpieces and initials. Greek and Latin texts in parallel columns. Contemporary full vellum.Eighteenth century ownership inscription on front pastedown. Some creasing to prelims. Covers slightly dusty. Very good indeed. A bright copy.
Bookseller: Peter Ellis, Bookseller, ABA, ILAB [United Kingdom]
2012-05-02 13:48:50
Marcos de Lisboa (Markus von Lissabon)
Nicolaus Kalt (Constantz am Bodensee, bey Nicolao Kalt), Konstanz, 1604. Kl.4°. Werck in zwen Theyl, 10. bücher getheylt : Sambt einem Summarischen Register (.). 1. Druck der ersten deutschen Übersetzung von Carl Kurtz von Senftenau., 25 (von 26) Bll. (fehlt der Titel von Band 1), 672 S. (ohne das letzte nn. Blatt), Titel, 518 (von 520) S. (fehlen das letzte num. Texblatt und das letzte nn. Blatt). 2 Bände (10 Teile) in 1 Band. Pergamentband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln, mit 2 Pergament-Messing-Schließen (1 Schließe defekt). Mit 9 typographischen Holzschnitt-Titelbordüren (8 Zwischentitel und Titel von Band 2) - ohne die gest. Titelbordüre auf dem Titel von Band 1 - Exemplar mit eingedruckter Reglierung. Exemplar mit deutlichen Mängeln: Einband berieben und fleckig; beide Deckel und Rücken mit größeren Pergamentfehlstellen am Fuß (ca. 0,5 - 3 cm); das Messingverschlußteil der unteren Schließe fehlt; häufiger etwas wasserfleckig (zumeist am Fuß - zum Schluß hin seitlich mit breiterem Wasserrand); erste und letzte Seite angeschmutzt; letztes Blatt mit kleiner Fehlstelle im weissen Rand; etwas stockfleckig und leicht gebräunt; teils etwas fleckig (vereinzelt auch etwas stärker); häufiger leicht fingerfleckig und vereinzelt leicht tintenfleckig; letzte Seite des einleitenden Teils von Band 1 am Fuß mit breiterem Papierstreifen verstärkt (kein Textverlust, aber dadurch eine kleine Vignette und etwas Reglierung überklebt); wenige Bll. mit älter ergänzten Randfehlstellen oder Randverstärkungen (nur vereinzelt minimaler Buchstabenrandverlust sowie etwas Verlust bei der Reglierung); er … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: AixLibris Antiquariat Klaus Schymiczek [Aachen, Germany]
2012-04-14 18:12:19
Eugalenus, Severinus
. Nunc vero ordine meliore & triplici Indice, in lucem productus a Iosepho Stubendorfio. - Lipsiae, Michael Lantzenberger, 1604, 8°, 321, (11) pp., feiner Halbpergamenteinband im Stil der Zeit; feines Exemplar.. Sehr selten! - Severinus Eugalenus, "wahrscheinlich im Jahre 1535 in Dokkum (Friesland) aus einer reichen Familie geboren, studirte in Italien und Frankreich (in Paris unter FERNELIUS) und muss 1560 (wo ist unbekannt) zum Dr. Med. promovirt sein. Nach langen Reisen durch England und Deutschland begann er 1570 in seinem Geburtsorte die Praxis auszuüben, ging später nach Hamburg und wohnte danach in Emden (1586). Er schrieb eine Abhandlung: "De scorbuto liber cum observationibus, quo omnia quae de signis ejus diaqnosticis dici possunt continentur animadversa" (Bremen 1588, Leipzig 1604, Jena 1624, 1634, Haag 1658, Leipzig 1662, Amsterdam 1720), durch HALLER ausführlich erwähnt, durch VAN SWIETEN ("E. optime de scorbuto scripsit") gelobt und auch noch in unserem Jahrhundert durch DOLLEMAN ("Disquit. histor. de morbis endemicis apud Belgas" (Amsterdam 1824)) als verdienstliche Arbeit geschätzt, weil daraus hervorgeht, dass der Verfasser ein besserer Diagnostiker war und weit einfacher in der Therapie vorging als die meisten seiner Zeitgenossen, und dass er den Muth hatte, die damals herrschenden galenischen Lehrsätze offen zu bestreiten." C. E. Daniels, Hirsch II, p.312
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