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        Disegno tecnico originale dell'architetto, pittore e ingegnere militare Bernardo Buonatalenti (Firenze, 1531 - 1608), datato 1605, raffigurante alcuni progetti di arginatura idrica.

      Disegno policromo a inchiostro e acquarello su carta greve, su tonalità assai leggere, in formato cm.38,3x56, raffigurante i progetti di alcune sistemazioni idriche. Alcuni restauri cartacei. Nel disegno compaiono alcune notazioni manoscritte. Nella parte sinistra della tavola viene raffigurato il corso di un fiume, con vari affluenti ed il progetto di sistemazione idrica, i cui elementi sono contrassegnati da lettere alfabetiche, dalla A alla H, con relative spiegazioni. In alto a destra la dizione "Ill.mo Sig. Giovanni Lucesini / di Fiorenza questo dì 5 ottobre 1605 / Bernardo Buonatalenti / Architeto del serenissimo Granduca di / Toscana". Nella parte centrale il prospetto di un edificio atto alla canalizzazione. In basso una ulteriore notazione manoscritta su cinque riche: "Questo è il muro in profilo che dimostra la sua forma ....". Disegno di sapore, riferito sicuramente ad un progetto di sistemazione idrica del Buontalenti, ormai in età avanzata. Non è stato possibile verificare se la stesura né se la grafìa siano dello stesso architetto, personaggio di assoluta importanza nel Rinascimento fiorentino "Bernardo Buontalenti, vero nome Bernardo Timante Buonacorsi (Firenze, 1531 ? Firenze, 6 giugno 1608), è stato un architetto, scultore, pittore, ingegnere militare e scenografo italiano, con la sua lunga ed operosa attività presso la corte granducale fiorentina, fu uno degli artisti più importanti ed influenti della seconda metà del Cinquecento e personaggio chiave dell'epoca del manierismo fiorentino, fortemente legata alla personalità di Michelangelo ed in genere al Rinascimento toscano. Rimasto illeso da ragazzo da una frana in Costa San Giorgio che travolse la sua casa e la sua famiglia, entrò fin da ragazzo al servizio della corte granducale e divenne allievo del Vasari e del pittore Salviati. Fu anche ammiratore dell'architettura di Michelangelo e delle opere di Ammannati. La sua formazione fu eccezionalmente completa e gli permise di estendere le sue competenze anche alla scenografia (sotto la guida di Vasari). Ancora giovane ebbe l'onore di partecipare agli allestimenti effimeri per le onoranze pubbliche di Michelangelo, con una tela di grandi proporzioni raffigurante i grandi fiumi del mondo. Collaborò con Niccolò Tribolo e Vasari ai più importanti cantieri granducali, in cui, dopo la loro morte, subentrerà, sovraintendendo al completamento, per esempio, degli Uffizi e del complesso di Palazzo Pitti e giardino di Boboli. Intorno al 1564 fu tra i collaboratori di Baldassarre Lanci nell'edificazione di Terra del Sole, completando la sua formazione con la conoscenza della fortificazione alla moderna a cui si era appassionato, tanto che Vasari sembra rimproverarglielo, avendo trascurato la pittura in cui ben prometteva. Con Francesco I, conosciuto fin da ragazzo, si creò, prima ancora della sua ascesa al trono, una completa sintonia intellettuale ed un sodalizio interrotto solo nel 1587 con la morte del granduca. Buontalenti fece, in qualche modo, da precettore al principe sulle questioni artistiche e lo accompagnò tra il 1562 e 1563 in un viaggio in Spagna. Per Francesco, ancora principe reggente, Buontalenti progettò, tra l'altro, il Palazzo di Bianca Cappello in via Maggio che fu probabilmente la sua prima opera architettonica autonoma (1568), il Casino di San Marco (1574), con il laboratorio del principe, e la Villa Medicea di Pratolino (1569 - 1575) con la famosa scultura colossale dell'Appennino, creata dal Giambologna, il celebre parco, le fontane con giochi d'acqua. Diventato l'architetto di corte, dopo la morte di Vasari nel 1574, fu presente in tutte le committenze granducali, occupandosi dei più svariati campi, dagli interventi urbanistici, come l'ampliamento di Livorno, agli allestimenti effimeri, come l'apparato nel Battistero di Firenze per il battesimo del principe Filippo (1577) e apparati per spettacolari feste di corte, spettacoli, giochi pirotecnici per i quali realizzò molti disegni che ancora si conservano agli Uffizi. Si cimentò anche nella pittura e nella miniatura, ma in modo saltuario. Più rilevante fu la sua attività nel campo delle arti decorative: oreficeria, ceramica, ebanisteria, disegnando molti degli arredi e degli oggetti più preziosi per la corte medicea, realizzati nelle manifatture granducali ospitate prima nel Casino mediceo e poi agli Uffizi. Si occupò anche degli aspetti più minuti della vita di corte, tanto che gli viene attribuita l'invenzione del gelato, in occasione di uno dei banchetti di rappresentanza più importanti a cui sovraintese: le nozze di Maria de' Medici. Per il complesso di Palazzo Pitti progettò buona parte delle decorazioni interne ed alcune sistemazioni del giardino come la Grotticina della Madama (1570) e la celebre Grotta detta "del Buontalenti" (1575) che conservava i Prigioni di Michelangelo. Si occupò anche del cantiere di Palazzo Vecchio ed in particolare dell'ampliamento posteriore. Dal 1563 al 1580 ampliò anche il palazzo degli Uffizi allestendo con opere d'arte la Galleria all'ultimo piano, gettando le basi per il museo più antico dell'Europa moderna. Completò anche il corridoio che unisce il palazzo con il Pitti. Nello stesso complesso realizzò la Tribuna ottagonale (1584 - 1587), destinata ad ospitare le opere più importanti della collezione medicea e la famosa Porta delle Suppliche con un timpano rovesciato che è diventato un'opera emblematica del manierismo. All'interno degli Uffizi, realizzò anche il Teatro Mediceo (1583 - 1586) per il quale progettava anche i costumi e le scenografie per i vari spettacoli che ebbero vasta risonanza e furono una tappa importante nel teatro rinascimentale, verso il teatro barocco italiano. Memorabile l'allestimento degli Intermedi della Pellegrina, rappresentata nel 1589 per il matriminio di Ferdinando de' Medici. Già per Francesco I aveva sistemato varie dimore extraurbane come la Villa medicea di Lappeggi (dal 1569) e la Villa di Trefiano (progettata nel 1570). Dal 1575 al 1590 s

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        De agro Frisiae inter amasvm & lavicam flumina. deque urbe Groninga in agro eodem: et de iure utriusqve. [bound with:] Series consulum, eorumque, qui ante eos consulari potestate fuere in civitate Groningana

      Groningen, Netherlands: Gerhard Ketel, Typographi ordinarii, 1605. First edition. 191,[1] pp. plus a number of inserted blank interleaves; 56pp. plus several blank interleaves, two bearing contemporary manuscript notes continuing work to 1613. Numerous setting errors in the pagination, but sequence complete. 1 vols. 8vo. Contemporary calf, tooled in gilt, gilt gauffered edges. Initials "D.D.R." and date of "1607" stamped on both boards, within gilt frame with corner ornaments and a central oval with internal floral devices. Extremities and joints rubbed, front joint worn but sound, vestiges of absent ties at fore-edge, modern bookplate on front pastedown, a few side notes in the latter work slightly shaved at foremargin by binder, early ink ownership inscription on rear pastedown, ink note of acquisition/provenance on front free endsheet ("Lot 203. Sotheby's Gallery 1892 E.H. Laurence Library"). First edition. 191,[1] pp. plus a number of inserted blank interleaves; 56pp. plus several blank interleaves, two bearing contemporary manuscript notes continuing work to 1613. Numerous setting errors in the pagination, but sequence complete. 1 vols. 8vo. An attractive copy of this work on the history of the Frisian territories by German historian and geographer Ubbo Emmius (1547 - 1625). From East Frisia himself,  Emmius wrote several works concerning the history of that coastal area, and a number of his titles appeared under the Elzevier's imprints in coming years. The first work is noted as the second book printed in Gronigen (the first being another work by Emmius printed in 1603) and one must assume the second work is also close in that sequence, particularly as it often appears bound with a number of the copies of the former title reported in OCLC. A rough and inadequate transcription of the ownership inscription on the rear pastedown suggests the original owner may have been "D.D. Doct. Daüide Robertüm"; a witty Latin couplet adorns the first blank along with two later ownership signatures. A beautiful book in a decorative contemporary binding, in near original condition.

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        Euphormio's Satyricon.

      . Translated from the Latin into English for the first time, from the 1605 edition by Paul Turner. Ten Wood Engravings by Derrick Harris. London: The Golden Cockerel Press 1954. 4to. 158 s. Opl. 260 numr. ekspl. Orig. kart. Limited to 260 numb. copies. Publisher's boards. * Et af 200 numr. ekspl. One of 200 numb. copies..

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        Synesii cyrenaei episcopi epistolae. Graecis cum antiquis cdd . mss. accurate collatis. Cum interpretatione Latina viri Eruditissimi & Notis [par Claude Morel].

      Parisiis, Ex officina Claudij Morelli [Claude Morel], 1605.. In-8, plein maroquin havane, plats et dos entierement ornes d'un semis de fleurs de lys, dentelle d'encadrement sur les plats, palettes sur le dos, armes dorees au centre, tranches dorees (reliure de l'epoque, quelques petites restaurations), (8) f., 623 p. Belle impression greco/latine de la correspondance de Synesios de Cyrene (v. 370 - v. 414) editee par Frederic Morel et imprimee par son fils Claude. "Rheteur, philosophe neo-platonicien, puis, apres sa conversion, eveque chretien. Ne a Cyrene en Libye, il fut initie a la philosophie et aux sciences par la celebre Hypatie, a Alexandrie. Il conserva toute sa vie une double fidelite, typiquement platonicienne, a la vie interieure et a l'engagement politique. Ces ecrits revelent un des meilleurs ecrivains de l'epoque et peut-etre une des personnalites les plus interessantes de la fin de l'Antiquite" (Richard Goulet, In Encyclo. Universalis). (Graesse, 'Tresor des livres rares et precieux', VI, I, 540). Titre anciennement double. Quelques petites restaurations. Bel exemplaire entierement decore d'un semis de fleurs de lys, aux armes de Charles de Damas (1599-1638), comte de Thianges, marechal de camp, lieutenant general des pays de Bresse et de Charollois, recu Chevalier du Saint-Esprit le 14 mai 1633. La branche s'eteint en 1728 (Pierre d'Hozier, 'Les noms surnoms qualites, armes et blasons des chevaliers de l'ordre du Saint-Esprit ( ), en ligne, avec reproduction. Manque a O.H.R.). Ex-dono manuscrit de Jean Perpezas. Jesuite originaire de Brive, il enseigna les humanites et l'hebreu et mourut a Bourges (1629). Marque de college jesuite parisien avec petit sceau a la cire. Bel exemplaire. Ces armes sont tres rares..

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        Chirurgische Bücher und Schrifften. Jetzt auffs New auß den Originalen, und Theophrasti eygenen Handtschriften. an tag geben. Sambt einem Appendice etlicher nutzlicher Tractat, und vollkomenen Register. Durch, Iohannem Huserum. 4 Tle. in 1 Band. Straßburg, Laz. Zetzners Erben 1618. Fol. 6 Bll., 148 S.; 1 Bl., (149-)329 S.; 1 Bl., (331-)523 S.; 2 Bll. (das zweite falsch pag. 525/524), (525-)795 S., 19 S., mit breiter Holzschn.-Titelbordüre, Holzschn.-Porträt, dreimal ders. Verlegermarke u. 4 weiteren Holzschnitten, Ldr. d. 20. Jhdts. mit Rblindpr. u. Rsch.

      - Sudhoff 302 - Wellcome I, 4812.- Zweite Straßburger Folioausgabe.- "Dieser chirurgische Band der deutschen Folioausgabe ist ganz anders zu beurtheilen als die beiden medicinisch-philosophischen Bände: er ist abgesehen von der Großen Wundarznei ein vollständig neues Werk nach Huser's Handschrift gedruckt und von allergrösstem Werthe für die Kenntniss Hohenheims" (Sudhoff S. 464 zur Straßburger Ausgabe 1605, die in weiten Teilen mit der vorliegenden übereinstimmt).- Der Appendix (S.681ff.) enthält die ?Alchimistische und Artzneyische Tractätlein?.- Ohne das weiße Schlußbl., sonst komplett, Titel mit kl. erg. Wurmfraß, nur gering gebräunt u. kaum fleckig, Einbandkanten minimal berieben, insges. gutes Exemplar.

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        ENCHIRIDIO CIOE' MANUALE CIRUGICO, DI ANTONIO CALMETEO, CIRUGICO ECCELLENTISSIMO. Nel quale s'insegna la Ragione, e la Prattica di curare tutti i mali esterni, co' loro Rimedij, sì universali, come particolari. Nuovamente tradotto di Latino in volgare per opera del Sig. Horatio Poli, detto Montagnana. Aggiuntovi in fine la Ragione di guarir il Mal francese, sicura, & approvatissima.

      appresso Giacomo Vincenti 1605 Prima edizione italiana. Opera dedicata a Raimondo Della Torre, Conte di Val Sassina. Cm.14,7x9. Pg.(16), 572, numerate solo al recto. Legatura in piena pergamena rigida, con titoli manoscritti al dorso. Minime tracce d'uso. Antonio Calmeteo è il nome italianizzato di Antoine Chaumette (Vergezac, XVI secolo). Allievo di Rondelet e di Saporta a Montpellier, quindi di Sylvius a Parigi, fu valente chirurgo, assai celebre al suo tempo, esercitando la professione principalmente a Puy. Il presente testo, pubblicato la prima volta in latino nel 1560, costituisce la sua opera principale, e fu tradotta, oltre alla presente versione italiana, anche in francese, in tedesco e in olandese.

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        Apologia Catholica [-Pars Secunda] Ex Meris Jesuitarum Contradictionibus Conflata, in Qua Paradoxa, Haerses, Blasphemiae, Scelera, Quae a Pontificiis

      Londini, [i.e. London], 1605-6: Impensis Georgii Bishop, 1605. [18], 151, 154-124 [i.e. 221], 225-438pp, [6]. [12], 581pp, [23]. Two volumes bound in one. Handsome contemporary blind-ruled calf, contrasting morocco title label, elaborate gilt supra-libros of the Tudor cypher, with double portcullised and crowned tudor rose with oak leaves to each board. Fore-edge lettered F1. Lightly rubbed, spine discretely repaired at base, small chip to lower joint at head of spine. Later endpapers, title page expertly remounted, else internally a fine copy. Thomas Morton (bap.1564, d. 1659), English Calvinist theologian and Bishop of Durham 1632-41. A noted anti-Catholic polemicist, Morton's theological thought was moulded at William Whitaker's St Johns College, Cambridge, and furthered during employment as chaplain to the significant Yorkshire politicians Henry Hastings (alongside Lancelot Andrewes) and Ralph Eure. The first publication of this monumental work highlighting the internal inconsistencies of Catholic polemic in particular, and the Catholic Church in general was split into two volumes. The first, dedicated to his patron Archbishop Bancroft, and the second to King James I, ensured his appointment as a Royal chaplain by the end of 1606. STC 18174, 18175.5. Quarto.

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        Les Elémens ou Premières instructions de la Jeunesse. Par Etienne de Blegny, Expert Juré Ecrivain pour les Vérifications des Ecritures contestées.

      1605 - Livre ancien Faux-titre, frontispice, (5), XX, 37 ff, 321P, (2) (tables). Ouvrage imprimé en caractères de civilité gravés sur cuivre par Etienne de Blegny, écrivain parisien, gravé par C.A Beroy. SUIVI DE "Les Règles de l'ortografe" (sic) et d'une suite de petits traités éducatifs "convenables à de jeunes gens". Curieux et rare. Condition : In-8, pleine basane, dos à 5 nerfs orné de fleurons, tranches rougies. Mors inférieur fendu (2cm). 546g. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Portrait of Jan van de Velde (1568-1623).

      Rotterdam 1605. "Portrait of Jan van de Velde at the age of 36, nearly half-length to right, wearing a ruff and sash, in an oval cartouche and decorated surround; above are two putti holding a quill pen and book and the other a tablet; illustration to Jan van de Velde's publication ""Spieghel der Schrijfkonste, inden welcken ghesien worden veelderhande Gheschriften met hare Fondementen ende onderrichtinghe"" At left in the oval ""Ætatis / XXXVI"". Lettered around oval: ""Lavoix Seperd, l'Ecritvre Demevre."". Lettered in cartouche below: ""T'leeft al vanden Velde."". Lettered with productio details below: ""I. Matham fecit""."."Very nice impression, trimmed edges, engraving, total: 200 x 150 mm; state II/2. New Hollstein, Jacob Matham, vol. II, nr. 261 PP01V"

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        De Militia Romana Libri Quinque, Commentarius ad Polibium. Editio ultima. BOUND WITH: Poliorceticon sive de Machinis, Tormentis, Telis, Libri Quinque. Editio tertia, correcta & aucta.

      Ex Officina Plantiniana, Apud Viduam & Filios Joannis Moreti, 1614, and 1605, Antwerp - First work, "De Militia Romana": Pp. 397, [7] index. With 13 full-, half-, and quarter-page copper engravings (1 folding), Plantin's woodcut device, initials and several woodcut textual illustrations. Second work, "Poliorceticon": Pp. 219, [7] index. 36 full- and half-page engravings, woodcut printer's devices on title and last leaf, woodcut initials and ornaments. Bound in contemporary vellum, rebacked with original ink-lettered spine laid down, large blind-stamped arabesque centrepiece on covers. Brownish stain on rear cover, leaves lightly toned, noticeable offsetting from some plates, but overall a nice clean copy. An early combined edition of the Flemish humanist and Latin scholar, Justus Lipsius's two most important treatises on Roman military history. "De Militia Romana", first published in 1595, is a commentary on Polybius's "History", with the Greek text and a parallel Latin translation. "Poliorcetica" (1599) is a study of the Roman machinery of war. Both are embellished with the fine engravings of Peeter vander Borcht and Theodore Galle. In addition to these works, Lipsius produced critical editions of Vallerius Maximus, Vellius Paterculus, Seneca, and the younger Pliny, but he was most highly regarded for his editions of Tacitus (1574, 1600), whose work he knew so well that he "offered to repeat any passage with a dagger at his breast, to be used against him if his memory failed him". (Sandys II, 303). Size: Quarto [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Primera parte de las flores de poetas ilustres de España. Dirigida al Duque de Béjar.

      Valladolid, Luys Sanchez 1605 - 4º menor (19,7 x 12,8 cm) 12 h. inc. port., 204 fols. Numerosos errpres de numeración.Plena piel del XVIII, lomo liso, hierros dorados, tejuelo rojo: espinosa. poetas ilustres. Primera edición, muy rara. Pedro de Espinosa, pese a haber vivido en plena época barroca del Conceptismo y Culteranismo, fue muy poco influido por estas tendencias, y su estilo personal fue sencillo, claro, puro, dominando en especial una particular y rica sensibilidad descriptiva. Es sobre todo conocido como uno de los mejores antólogos de la lírica del Siglo de Oro; en efecto, seleccionó y editó con muy buen gusto esta antología conocida como Primera parte de Flores de poetas ilustres de España. Contiene 240 composiciones de 63 autores diferentes, aunque ambas cifras varían según el ejemplar de que se trate. Si bien incorpora algunos autores menores por intereses y compromisos, destacan especialmente Góngora, con 37 poemas; Luis Martín de la Plaza, con 27; Quevedo, con 21; el mismo Espinosa y Lupercio Leonardo de Argensola, con 19 cada uno; Juan Valdés y Meléndez, con 9; Luis Barahona de Soto y Lope de Vega con 8, Baltasar del Alcázar y Juan de Arguijo con 6, Agustín de Tejada con 5, y Cristobalina Fernández de Alarcón con 2. El libro es uno de los peor impresos en la historia de la tipografía del Siglo de Oro, sin duda no por culpa del editor, sino de las prisas y el poco dinero; lleva aprobación del 24 de noviembre de 1603 y privilegio de impresión del 8 de diciembre del mismo año, pero tardó dieciséis meses en salir mientras llegaba el dinero del mecenas que costeaba la edición, el Duque de Béjar, también mecenas del casi simultáneo Quijote, ya que la tasa fue dada el 1 de abril de 1605. Ejemplar sin las 4 h. finales de índice como es habitual, aunque presenta 4 h. de tabla en los preliminares. Palau, 82752: “A la mayoría de los ejemplares conocidos les faltan las 4 h. finales de índice”; Salvá no lo cita; Heredia, 1671. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La Fabrique et L'Usage du Radiometre, Instrument Geometrique, et Astronomique, Utile Tant en La Mer qu'en La Terre

      Paris Toussaincts du Bray 1605. G : in Good condition. Cover rubbed with edge wear. Spine darkened. Some darkening to page ends. Worm hole [extinct] on fore edge margin from numbered pages 5 to 30 with no impact on text. Pencil inscriptions on prelims and some pencil annotation to text. Ink inscription on fep 'Da Liuraria do Marquis de Alegre'. Contents tight First Edition Contemporary vellum 210mm x 150mm (8" x 6"). vii, 144pp. 2 small folding plates, tables and illustrations in the text. Text in French. The author was a Bachelor of the Faculty of Medicine at Paris and a native of Cheuerain en Haynault. The work describes a quandrant and an elementary set of scales [ with a rotating dial at one end] which would be of use in several different applications, mainly nautical navigation.

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        In Hoc Volumine continentur omnes Casus antehac impressi, qui acciderunt annis Regum Henrici quarti, & Henrici quinti [1399-1422], non modo impressorum, Sed etiam manu scriptorum exemplarium collatione emendati [etc.]. S.T.C. 9610. Folio

      London: In aedibus Thomae Wight, 1605. Contemporary calf, somewhat rubbed and spotted, else a very good copy, with the 17th century ownership signature of John Legard, Inner Temple barrister A rare example of a Year Book reporting cases from more than one reign, and the only Year Book to report cases from the reigns of both Henry IV and Henry V (apart from the later Vulgate edition), with a separate title for each reign

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        Bologna in Francia" (Boulogne, France)

      1605 - Hendrik van Schoel "Bologna in Francia" (Boulogne, France) Venice, ca. 1605 Engraving Sheet size: 16 1/2" x 19" Condition: very good; some smudging and minor discoloration along paper edge and in paper margins

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        Rariorum plantarum Historia... Antwerp, Officina Plantiniana apud J. Moretum, 1601. Folio (340 x 215mm). pp. (xiv, including portrait), 364, cccxlviii, (12), (28, Altera appendix, here bound in the second volume), with engraved title, engraved portrait, and 1109 woodcuts in the text. (AND:) CLUSIUS, C. Exoticorum libri decem: quibus animalium, plantarum, aromatum, aliorumque peregrinorum fructuum historiae describuntur: Item Petri Bellonis Observationibus...

      Leiden, Officina Plantiniana, Franciscus Raphelingius the younger, 1605. Folio. pp. (xvi), 378, (10); 52; (xii), 242, (2), with engraved title, two woodcut maps of the Hellespont and Alexandria, and 275 woodcuts in text (96 non-botanical). (Together with:) CLUSIUS, C. Curae posteriores, seu plurimarum non ante cognitarum.... Leiden, ex officina Plantiniana Raphelengii, 1611. pp. (6), 71, 24, with engraved title and 34 woodcuts. Bound in 2 contemporary mottled calf bindings, richly gilt ornamented spines with gilt lettered labels (some minor skilful repairs). First edition of the two volumes of L'Écluse's collected works, including the rare portrait in the Rariorum, which is almost always lacking./I. First edition. The first part of the work synthesises material presented in L'Écluse's 'Rariorum aliquot Stirpium per Pannoniam et Austriam Observatarum Historia', Antwerp 1583 and his 'Rariorum aliquot Stirpium per Hispanias...' Antwerp 1576, along with additions describing new plants. It is followed by the 'Fungorum historia', the first published treatise on fungi, which L'Écluse had composed during his stay with the Count of Batthyam in Hungary, Giovanni Pona's 'Plantae quae in Baldo Monte reperiuntur', and letters of Honorius Belli and Tobias Roelsius. Approximately one hundred new species are described for the first time./The engraved title has a fine architectural border with representations of Adam and Solomon, and Theophrastus and Dioscorides, surrounded by pots of exotic plants, such as lilies and tulips (the latter were introduced into European cultivation by L'Écluse). The portrait, signed D. Gheyn, depicts L'Écluse in an oval cartouche incorporating a coat-of-arms and surrounded by pots of tulips, lilies, fritillaries, etc., two winged Naiads emerging from cornucopiae overflowing with plants, tiaras of sea-urchins on their heads, nuts, seeds, and corals strewn below./Of the 1109 woodcuts, 233 are from the Spanish flora and 356 from the Austro-Hungarian flora, and were cut by Gerard van Kampen after drawings by L'Écluse and Pieter van der Borcht. The remaining blocks were cut by the son of Virgil Solis in Frankfurt./II. First edition of the sequel to the author's 'Rariorum plantarum historia', 1601, containing further works not published in the former, and mostly devoted to exotic plants and animals. The first six books, Libri I-VI, are new writings by L'Écluse, devoted to new species of plants, animals, and natural history products from the New World, Southeast Asia, Africa, etc. This work is important for the number of new descriptions of non-European plants (and some animals) it contains, among which is the first published record and illustration of a South African plant. 'It is of particular importance to us in containing an illustration of a dried inflorescence of Protea neriifolia. Clusius provided a full description of the specimen, which he referred to as an 'elegant thistle' (Carduus), and reported that it was collected at Antongil Bay on the north-east coast of Madagascar during a Dutch trading expedition to Java in 1597. The locality recorded was clearly incorrect and there can be no doubt that the specimen must have been picked up during a call for fresh water somewhere along the Cape coast. It has the distinction of being the first known botanical object to have reached Europe from South Africa' (Todd and Gunn, Botanical exploration of South Africa p. 13)./There is an extensive account of exotic seeds sent to him by various explorers. Libri VII-X comprise L' Écluse's translations, with commentary, of da Orta, Acosta, and Monardes. This is followed by further works by Monardes translated by L'Écluse, entitled 'Libri tres, magna medicina secreta et varia experimenta continentes' (on the bezoar stone, iron, snow, etc), 'Libellus de rosa' and 'Dissertatiuncula de citriis'. This is followed by the 'Altera appendix', intended as a supplement to the 'Rariorum plantarum historiae', and L'Écluse's translations of and commentaries on Belon, the 'Plurimarum singularium & memorabilium rerum in Graecia, Asia, Aegypto, Iudaea, Arabia, aliisque exteris provinciis ab ipso conspectarum observationes' and the 'De neglecta plantarum libellus'. Followed by the separately printed 'Curae Posteriores' which is the last supplement of his Opera Omnia. The engraved title of the 'urae Posteriores' is browned.//Provenance: Name of N. Jamin on free endpaper./ / //I Hunt 180; Johnston 149; Nissen BBI 372; Stafleu and Cowan 1149; II Hunt 182; Johnston 151; Krivatsy 6767; Nissen BBI 370; Simoni L49; Stafleu and Cowan 1150; Wellcome 1512; Nissen BBI, 368.

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        La Fabrique et L'Usage du Radiometre, Instrument Geometrique, et Astronomique, Utile Tant en La Mer qu'en La Terre

      Paris: Toussaincts du Bray. G : in Good condition. Cover rubbed with edge wear. Spine darkened. Some darkening to page ends. Worm hole [extinct] on fore edge margin from numbered pages 5 to 30 with no impact on text. Pencil inscriptions on prelims and some pencil annotation to text. Ink inscription on fep 'Da Liuraria do Marquis de Alegre'. Contents tight. 1605. First Edition. Contemporary vellum. 210mm x 150mm (8" x 6"). vii, 144pp. 2 small folding plates, tables and illustrations in the text. Text in French. The author was a Bachelor of the Faculty of Medicine at Paris and a native of Cheuerain en Haynault. The work describes a quandrant and an elementary set of scales [ with a rotating dial at one end] which would be of use in several different applications, mainly nautical navigation. .

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        De Lumbricis, .

      - Basileae: Typis Iani Excertier, 1605, Kl.4°, (12 pp.), Pappband. Sehr seltene Dissertation von Caspar Hofmann! - Theses de lumbricis / quas . Ad 8. Novemb. Pro Privilegiis in Medicina Doctoralibus disputabit Caspar Hofman, Gothanus Thuringus. - Kaspar Hofmann, "einer der gelehrtesten Aerzte und zugleich Ver treter der alten Medicin im 17. Jahrhundert, am 9. November 1572 in Gotha als Sohn eines Schmieds geboren, studirte Medicin in Leipzig, seit 1592 in Strassburg und seit 1594 in Altdorf, hier unter TAURELLUS und SCHERBIUS. Ein ihm von letztgenannter Universität verliehenes Stipendium setzte ihn in den Stand, nach Padua zu gehen und dort seine Studien, speciell unter FABRIZIO AB ACQUAPENDENTE, fortzusetzen. Dann ging Hofman nach Basel, hörte FELIX PLATER und KASPAR BACHIN und wurde hier 1605 Dr. med. mit der Dissertation: "De lumbricis". 1606 kehrte er nach Deutschland zurück, wurde in Nürnberg, wo eine schwere Pestepidemie herrschte, an Stelle des Prof. TAURELLUS, der als ein Opfer seines Berufes gestorben war, zum "Pestarzt" ernannt. Später rückte Hofman auch in die durch den Tod des Letzteren erledigte Professur der Medicin in Altdorf ein, welche er etwa 40 Jahre lang, bis zu seinem am 3. November 1648 nach einer mehrjährigen Lähmung erfolgten Tode, inne hatte. Hofman war ein verbissener Anhänger der alten, speciell der GALEN'schen Lehren und Gegner der neueren Medicin, unter Anderem auch der HARVEY'schen Lehre vom Kreislauf. Eine von ihm geplante Ausgabe der Schriften GALEN'S mit verbessernden Varianten und Commentaren blieb unvollendet. Die Zahl seiner anderweitigen Schriften ist gross. Ausser einer Menge von Dissertationen schrieb er: "Lectiones caniculares de febribus malignis" (Basel 1606) - " Variarum lectionum libri VI, in quibus loca multa Dioscoridis, Athenaei, Plinii, Hippocratis, Aristotelis, Galeni, aliorumque, qua illustrantur, qua explicantur" (Leipzig 1619) - "Commentarii in Galeni de usu partium corporis lxumani libri XVII etc." (Frankfurt 1625, fol.) - "De thorace ejusque partibus commentarius tripartitus, in qua etc." (Ibid. 1627, fol.) - "Pathologia parva qua methodus Galeni practica explicatur" (Jena 1640) - "Institutionen medicarum libri VI" (Lyon .1645) - "De medicamentis officinalibus etc." (Paris 1646; Frankfurt 166ß) - "Institutionum suarum epitome in sex libros digesta" (Paris 1648; Frankfurt 1670; Heidelberg 1672) - "Tractatus de febribus" (Tübingen 1663) und noch viele andere, recht unbedeutende und meist nur die Ansichten der Alten, des GALEN , ARISTOTELES U. A. wiedergebende Schriften. - Uebrigens ist Hofman. nicht zu verwechseln mit dem aus Lemberg stammenden KASPAR HOFMANN, Professor der Medicin in Frankfurt a. 0., der in der zweiten Hälfte des 16. Jahrhunderts lebte und durch eine vortreffliche Rede "De barbarie imminente" zuerst es wagte, das schamlose Treiben LEONHARD THURNEYSSER'S aufzudecken (cfr. HAESER, Gesch. der Med., II, pag. 111). - Pagel, Hirsch III, p.248 - siehe - Biogr. med. V, pag. 257. - Dict. hist. III, pag. 221. - A. Hirsch in Allg. Deutsche Biogr. XII, pag. 635 - - Husner: Verzeichnis bas. med. Univ.Schriften, Nr. 496 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De Antiquitate Britannicae Ecclesiae, Et nominatim De Privilegiis Ecclesiae Cantuarensis, atque de Archiepiscopis eiusdem LXXX. Historia

      Hanoviae: Typis Wechelianis, apud Claud. Marnium & haeredes Ioannis Aubrii, 1605. Hardcover. Very good. Folio. (viii), 358pp index. Full old cracked calf boards, old reback, leather lettering label, gilt. Decorative head and t ail pieces, and initials. The second edition, preceded by a small printing in 1572 and followed by a London printing of 1729. Armorial bookplate of Richard Banner, also of Thomas Anson of Shugborough (signed Yates Sculpt); and old plate for the Library of Society for the Home Study of Holy Scripture and Church History. Also a bookbinder label from Gustav E. Stechert of New=York, likely the binder who rebacked this volume. Hinge cracked but firm, occasional soiling, the date written on the reverse of the title page and bled through, else a very good copy. Rare. Thomas Anson extended Shugborough Hall, in Staffordshire, and was a noted patron of the arts and a founding member of the Society of Dilettanti. Matthew Parker (1504-1575), archbishop of Canterbury, was not only a collector and editor of medieval English chronicles; he favored antiquarian studies, was probably an active participant in the founding of the 'Society of Antiquarians, but also the author of this work in which he set out to prove the early origin and continuity of the Anglican Church.

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        Historia vinetiana

      Appresso Domenico Nicolini,, In Vinetia, 1605 - Due parti in un volume di cm. 25, pp. pp. (4) 840, (36) di indice su due colonne; 320 (16) di altro indice su due colonne. Legatura d'inizio '800 in mezza pelle, dorso a nervi con titoli e filetti in oro. Ad entrambi i frontespizi, ritratto xilografico del Paruta entro cornice con iscrizione in latino, grottesche, festoni, angeli laterali sorreggenti trombe. Testatine, capilettera e finalini figurati in xilografia. Qualche trascurabile macchietta, ma nel complesso esemplare genuino e ben conservato. Edizione originale, stampata in elegante corsivo. L'opera, apparsa postuma e concepita come proseguimento delle "Rerum Venetarum Historia" del Bembo, tratta in 12 libri della storia veneziana dal 1513 al 1572, includendo, nella seconda parte, l'animata cronaca della guerra di Cipro, che vide i Veneziani cedere l'isola ai Turchi dopo protratti assedi. ll Paruta (Venezia, 1540-1598), storico di impronta guicciardiniana e uomo politico, rivesti' importanti cariche politiche e diplomatiche al servizio della Serenissima, di cui fu anche storiografo ufficiale, in una continua ascesa che sarebbe forse culminata nella nomina a Doge se la morte non l'avesse colto prematuramente. Cfr. Atabey, 928. Blackmer, 1260 (per la prima ed. in lingua inglese). Cobham-Jeffery, p. 49. Gamba, 1328. Cicogna, Bibl. Veneziana, 571: "Non ha pari il Paruta, a giudizio del Foscarini, nelle storie antiche italiane, singolarmente per gli ammaestraenti civili instillati con mirabile accortezza nell'intero corpo della narrazione e provenienti da ricco fondo di dottrina in quella parte che riguarda i costumi degli uomini e dei governi". Lozzi, 6088. Graesse, V, 144. Platneriana, 420. Manca alla Vinciana. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Les Nymphes au bain. Woodcut (Chiaroscuro).

      1605 - 1605. 29x19,3 cm. 1 Blatt. Unten links signiert u. datiert (MDCV). Bartsch XII.122.22. - Nach einem Gemälde des italienischen Künstlers Girolamo Francesco Maria Mazzola ou Mazzuoli genannt Parmigianino. Rückseite mit hs. Vermerken sowie Bibl.Stempelchen. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Historia vinetiana di Paolo Paruta cavaliere, et procuratore di S. Marco. Divisa in due parti.

      In Vinetia, Appresso Domenico Nicolini. MDCV. (1605). - Due volumi in-4°, due parti, ciascuna con proprio frontespizio; I: pp. (4), 840, (36); II: pp. 320, (16). Tipica legatura moderna da biblioteca in percaline marrone con titolo in oro al dorso (ex libris Abbatiae De Monte S(anc)ti. Bernardi). Nei due frontespizi ritratto dell’autore in medaglione ovale. Testatine e iniziali silografiche. Testo in un elegante corsivo. Uno strappo restaurato senza perdita di testo a p. 155 del primo volume, una bruciatura con perdita di due lettere a p. 188, ma nel complesso bell’esemplare fresco di un’opera non comune nell’editio princeps. Ponderosa opera del Paruta che prosegue, come storiografo ufficiale della Serenissima, la Storia del Bembo narrando i fatti tra il 1513 e il 1553. Scrive il Cicogna che «non ha pari il Paruta, a giudizio di Foscarini, nelle storie antiche italiane, singolarmente per gli ammaestramenti civili instillati con mirabile accortezza nell’intero corpo della narrazione e provenienti da ricco fondo di dottrina in quella parte che riguarda i costumi degli uomini e dei governi». Il secondo volume dell’Historia, pubblicata postuma dai figli e dedicata al Doge Marino Grimani, tratta della guerra di Cipro contro i Turchi (1569-1573). Lozzi 6088; ICCU, scheda PUVE\000043. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        COPILACION DE LAS LEYES CAPITVLARES DE LA ORDEN DE LA CAVALLERIA DE SANTIAGO DEL ESPAÑA. [Compuesta, y ordenadas por el Licenciado Don Garcia de Medrano, del Consejo Real de Iusticia]

      Luis Sanchez, Valladolid 1605 - Impressas en Valladolid, por Luis Sanchez. Año MDCV. Folio. 8 h., 219 p., 6 h. de tabla. Encuadernación en plena piel artesanal con motivos gofrados, nervios y tejuelo. Portada con orla tipográfica y escudo real. Un grabado con retablo de Santiago Matamoros y orla tipográfica. Sello antiguo poseedor. Extraordinario ejemplar. [Palau nº 99366l; CCPB249631-3] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De Antiquitate Britannicae Ecclesiae, Et nominatim De Privilegiis Ecclesiae Cantuarensis, atque de Archiepiscopis eiusdem LXXX. Historia

      Hanoviae: Typis Wechelianis, apud Claud. Marnium & haeredes Ioannis Aubrii, 1605. Hardcover. Very good. Folio. (viii), 358pp index. Full old cracked calf boards, old reback, leather lettering label, gilt. Decorative head and t ail pieces, and initials. The second edition, preceded by a small printing in 1572 and followed by a London printing of 1729. Armorial bookplate of Richard Banner, also of Thomas Anson of Shugborough (signed Yates Sculpt); and old plate for the Library of Society for the Home Study of Holy Scripture and Church History. Also a bookbinder label from Gustav E. Stechert of New=York, likely the binder who rebacked this volume. Hinge cracked but firm, occasional soiling, the date written on the reverse of the title page and bled through, else a very good copy. Rare. Thomas Anson extended Shugborough Hall, in Staffordshire, and was a noted patron of the arts and a founding member of the Society of Dilettanti. Matthew Parker (1504-1575), archbishop of Canterbury, was not only a collector and editor of medieval English chronicles; he favored antiquarian studies, was probably an active participant in the founding of the 'Society of Antiquarians, but also the author of this work in which he set out to prove the early origin and continuity of the Anglican Church.

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        ICONOGRAFIA DE LAS EDICIONES DEL QUIJOTE

      - Iconografía de las ediciones del Quijote de Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra. Reproducción en facsímil de las portadas de las 611 ediciones con notas bibliográficas tomadas directamente de los respectivos ejemplares (del año 1605 al 1905). Reunido y ordenado cronológicamente por . Precedido de un homenaje a Cervantes, por los editores, prólogo, por J. Givanel, génesis del Quijote, por Martínez Rúiz (Azorín).- Barcelona, Henrich y Cia en Comandita, 1905; 3 tomos en 2 volúmenes en 4º holandesa, 1º, Retrato, LXV páginas, 1 hoja, 239 hojas con la reproducción de la portada y nota bibliográfica de las ediciones castellanas, 1 hoja y 3 hojas con las traduciones catalanas. 2º, 2 hojas, 159 hojas con la reproducción de la portada y nota bibliográfica de las ediciones francesas. 3º, 2 hojas, 95 hojas con portada y nota bibliografica de las traducciones inglesas, 45 hojas de las traducciones alemanas, 16 de las traduciones italianas, 10 hojas de las traducciones rusas, 9 hojas de las traducciones holandesas, 5 hojas de las traducciones portuguesas, 4 jojas de las traducciones suecas, 4 hojas de las traducciones húngaras, 4 hojas de las traducciones polacas, 3 hojas de las traducciones checas, 3 hojas de las traducciones danesas, 2 hojas de las traducciones griegas, 1 hoja de la traducción servia, 1 hoja de la traducción finlandesa, 1 hoja de la traducción croata, 1 hoja de la traducción turca, 1 hoja de la traducción políglota y 1 hoja de índice. En total 601 reproducciones de portadas.Algunos errores de numerción. Palau nº 113001.

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        Tractatus de coniecturis ultimarum voluntatum, il libros duodecim distinctus. Cum indice rerum ac materiarum locupletissimo. Cum additionibus.

      - Venetiis, apud Damianum Zenarium, 1605, (in fine 1606), in-folio, mezza pergamena con fregi e scritte( su cartello in pelle rossa) al dorso. Bello e fresco esemplare di questa opera con frontespizio stampato in rosso e nero e capilettera incisi. Belle marche tipografiche incise sul frontespizio e in fine. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Missale Romanum,

      Parisiis: Apud Societatem Typographicam Librorum Officij Ecclesiastici, ex Decreto Concilij Tridentini, via Iacobae, 1605 1605, VG, 6 full page illustrations. In c1890 half black cal with red cloth boards, some blind tooling, corners rubbed. Spine, raised bands, decorative blind tooling, titles in gilt, joints weak. Internally, black endpapers, hinges strengthened, text block edges reddened, label and religious card to fpd and fep which has an ink name to verso, ink name to ffep (Thomas Houghton Wright 1898), title page with vignette and text in red and black inks, ink names and dates, LACKING aii (only), Aiii-IIiii, 1-663 pp, 1-131 pp, [6] index, [1] Licentia, [1] Errata, [1] Printers limitation, Newspaper cutting tipped to fep, occasional tipped in religious cards. Text in 2 columns, in both red and black inks, 6 full page illustrations, woodcut, historiated initilas, tailpieces, numerous decorative printers capital letters, music and words. Contents/Signatures: TP Missale Romanum, 1605. Lacks a2. Begins aiii. A5 Clemens Papa VIII. A7 Clemens pp. VIII signed M Vestrius Barbianus. Privilegium Regis. Signed De La Grange – a8. E Extraict Des Registres Du Conseil Priune du Roy. E2 De Cyclo Deccennovennali Avrei Numeri – e6. E7|~|Tabula Paschalis antiqua reformata – i7. I7 v Rubricae Generales Missalis – ee4. Ee5 Praearatio ad Missam Pro Opportunitate Sacerdotis facienda – ii4 illustration to verso. A p1 Aproprium Missarum de Tempore b4 p23B5p25 In nativitate Domini, Ad Primam Missam in nocte (p25 ilust) – 280.281 Ordo Missae – 321 illustration to 322. 323 Canon Missae – 342 p 343 blank, p344 illustration. 345 Dominica Resurrectionis Domini - p381, p382 is an illustration. P383 In Dominica Pentecostes – 398. p399|~|In Festo SS Trinitatis > 403, p404 is an illustration. p405 In Solemnitate Corporis Christi > 465, p466 is an illustration. p467 Proprium Missarum de Sanctis > p663, p664 is an illustration. p1 Commune Sanctorum > p106. P107|~|Missae, Pro Defunctis > 131. [6] Index. [1] Licentia. [1] Errata. [1] Printers limitation. News paper cutting tipped to fep

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        Segunda Parte Del Romancero General , y Flor De Diversa Poesía.

      Luis Sánchez, Valladolid 1605 - 4h. incluyendo la portada grabada con un gran escudo heráldico en xilografía - 224 folios , con texto a dos columnas fileteado, y 1 hoja. En nuestro ejemplar los folios 58 - 59 - 78 - 79 - 181 - 182 - 183 - 184 y la última hoja son rehechos. Es decir, sobre papel antiguo y con tipografía nacida en el sigloXIX. No facsímiles sino de plancha tipográfica. Encuadernación del siglo XIX en piel, fileteada al oro con escudo real en seco en ambas tapas. Lomera con suaves nervios. Cantos fileteados. Guardas enmarcadas. Y cortes dorados. En la guarda ex-libris de la biblioteca de Thomas Gaisford, venerado inglés historiador y gran estudioso de los clásicos. Palau, 146740 : "Uno de los Romanceros más raros que existen". Heredia, 1669 : ".Es absolutamente una rareza, pues solo se ha impreso una sola vez. Puede servir de "suite" a la Primera parte de las Flores de Poetas Ilustres de Pedro de Espinosa, también aparecido en 1605. Size: 8º [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Primera Parte De Las Flores De Poetas Ilustres De España, Dividida En Dos Libros. Ordenada Por Pedro Espinosa Natural De La Ciudad De Antequera. Van Escritas Diez y Seis Odas De Horacio, Traduzidas Por Diferentes y Graves Autores, Admirablemente.

      Luys Sánchez, Valladolid 1605 - 12 h. y 204 folios. Sín las hojas de índice. Palau dice: "A la mayoría de los ejemplares conocidos les faltan las 4 hojas finales de índice. 82752. "Ticknor y Gallardo, calificaron esta obra de Libro de Oro, el mejor tesoro de Poesía Castellana." =Nosotros presentamos un muy correcto ejemplar, ligeramente afectado por una mancha en varios folios en el ángulo superior izquierdo del márgen. Y la remarginación de los folios 199 y 200. Sencilla pero oportuna encuadernación del siglo XIX a media piel. Varias correcciones y anotaciones manuscritas de época en varios folios. Heredia, nº1671, dice: "Antología rarísima, y , para el saber los bibliógrafos, uno de los libros más importantes de la poesía española." Salvá, dice: "La primera y la mejor antología de la época clásica de la poesía española." Brunet, dice: "Espinosa, a compuesto, con muy buen gusto, esta colección de poetas de su tiempo, con un gran número de piezas inéditas." =Pedro Espinosa (Antequera, 1578) - Sanlúcar de Barrameda, 1650), poeta y antólogo español del Barroco y uno de los miembros de la Escuela antequerano-granadina del Siglo de Oro. Como poeta, pese a haber vivido en plena época barroca del Conceptismo y Culteranismo, fue muy poco influido por estas tendencias y su estilo personal fue sencillo, claro, puro, dominando en especial una particular y rica sensibilidad descriptiva. Es sobre todo conocido como uno de los mejores antólogos de la lírica del Siglo de Oro; Primera parte de Flores de poetas. contiene 240 composiciones de 63 autores diferentes, aunque ambas cifras varían según el ejemplar de que se trate. Destacan especialmente Góngora, con 37 poemas; Quevedo, con 21; el mismo Espinosa y Lupercio Leonardo de Argensola, con 19 cada uno; Juan Valdés y Meléndez, con 9; y Lope de Vega con 8. La obra incorpora además como apéndice dieciocho traducciones (y no 16 como dice la portada) de odas de Horacio, la mitad realizadas por Bartolomé Martínez. El libro es uno de los peor impresos en la historia de la tipografía del Siglo de Oro, sin duda no por culpa del editor, sino de las prisas y el poco dinero; lleva aprobación del 24 de noviembre de 1603 y privilegio de impresión del 8 de diciembre del mismo año, pero tardó dieciséis meses en salir mientras llegaba el dinero del mecenas que costeaba la edición, el Duque de Béjar, también mecenas del casi simultáneo Quijote, ya que la tasa fue dada el 1 de abril de 1605. Size: 8º [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        COPILACION DE LAS LEYES CAPITULARES DE LA ORDEN DE LA CAVALLERIA DE SANTIAGO DEL ESPADA

      - Copilación de las leyes capitulares de la orden de la cavallería de Santiago del espada.- Valladolid, Luis Sanchez, M.DC.V (1605) ; en folio pergamino de época con lumo rotulado en tipos góticos, 8 h. (incluida portada orlada con escudo y frontis representando a Santiago a caballo) 219 pp y vuelta con colofón, 6 h. de tabla. Buen ejemplar. Palau nº 61513 y 99366. CCPB000038598-0.

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        COLLECTION OF FIVE IMPORTANT DUTCH VOYAGES TO THE FAR EAST].

      [Amsterdam. -1610]. 1605 - Five volumes bound in one. Described in greater detail below. Folio. 19th- century half calf and marbled boards, ornate gilt spine. Spine rubbed and worn. Contemporary ownership signature on titlepage. Old institutional stamps on front free endpaper and first titlepage. Overall internally clean. Very good. In a cloth clamshell case, leather label. A collection of five highly important Dutch voyages, in their first or early French editions, bound in one volume. These voyages represent the foundation Dutch voyages in their initial expansion (one might say explosion) into the world as the Dutch began their seaborne empire. The voyages are, in chronological order by publication date: 1) Marees, Pieter de: DESCRIPTION ET RECIT HISTORIAL DV RICHE ROYAVME D'OR DE GVNEA. Amsterdam: P.D.M. Claesson, 1605. [2],96,[8]pp. plus twenty in-text engravings. Titlepage vignette. First French edition, after the first edition of 1602. De Marees is one of the least-known early Dutch navigators and is best remembered for this narrative, which provides the earliest substantial description of the Guinea coast, its people and languages, and which discusses the dangers of rounding the tip of Brazil. European Americana 605/73. Tiele 717. Tiele- Muller 135. Cardinall, p.13. 2) [Lodewijcksz, Willem]: PREMIER LIVRE DE L'HISTOIRE DE LA NAVIGATION AUX INDES ORIENTALES. Amsterdam: Nicolas, 1609. 55 leaves. Titlepage with engraved map, forty- six in-text engravings, and one full-page engraving. Neat restoration to blank corner of one leaf. Small hole affecting two plates. First French edition, after the first of 1598. Lodewijcksz gives an account of the first Dutch expedition to the East Indies under Cornelius Houtman, from 1595 to 1597. The spice trade data collected by Houtman convinced the Dutch they could break Portugal's monopoly in the East Indies, and his narrative offers a jumping-off point for the explosion of Dutch trading at the turn of the century. This narrative also includes the first European description of Bali, written by a crew member. European Americana 609/71. Howgego H106. Tiele 508. Tiele-Muller 114. Lach, Asia in the Making of Europe, p.200. 3) Neck, Jacob Cornelissoon van: LA SECOND LIVRE, IOURNAL OU COMPTOIR, CONTENANT LE VRAY DISCOURS ET NARRATION HISTORIQUE. Amsterdam: Nicolas, 1609. 228 leaves. Vignettes, twenty-four engravings in text. First French edition, after the Dutch first of 1601. A detailed account of a watershed moment in Dutch commercial enterprise. As mentioned above, Holland's aggressive pursuit of opportunity in the East Indies demanded the Dutch first unseat Portugal from its dominance of the region. Van Neck's voyage was the first such expedition by the Dutch to make substantial progress in this regard, and he provided his investors with a whopping total return of over 400%. The bells of Amsterdam which saluted his return hardly stopped ringing before other Dutch merchant companies with designs on the East Indies "sprang up like mushrooms" (Boxer). Meanwhile, the mood in Portugal was somber. Merchants there credited Neck's remarkable success to the dishonorable use of "force or fraud." Howgego N13. European Americana 609/93. Tiele 786. Tiele-Muller 129. Boxer, pp.22-23. 4) Veer, Gerrit de: VRAYE DESCRIPTION DE TROIS VOYAGES DE MER TRES ADMIRABLES, FAITS EN TROIS ANS, A CHAEVN AN VN; PAR LES NAVIRES D'HOLLANDE ET ZELANDE. Amsterdam: Nicolas, 1609. [1],44 leaves. Titlepage vignette, thirty-one in-text engravings, plus three maps (one full-page). Third French edition, after the first of 1598. An early Arctic voyage, representative of the extent of Dutch ambitions. De Veer, as a chronicler for the expedition, accompanied Jacob van Heemskirk on his second voyage to the Barents Sea searching for a northeast passage to China. "[T]he ships advanced well to the north of Scandinavia, sighting Veere Island for the first time. Continuing further north as far as 80 degrees 11 minutes, the expedition sighted [Spitsbergen], which t

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        Mundus Alter et Idem . . . Authore Mercurio Britannico . . . Thomæ Campanellæ, Civitas Solis, et Nova Atlantis. Franc. Baconis

      Johannes Waesberg. First edition of this anthology.. The engraved title has been repaired and skillfully laid down, but with some loss of the image near the margin at the gutter; one of the folding maps has been skillfully laid down; the gutters are a little tight from the rebacking; edges of the front free endpaper slightly chipped; very good copy.. Sabin 29819; Gibson (Francis Bacon) 213. Small 12mo, early calf (modern rebacking), red morocco label, gilt lettering. Engraved title, five folding maps and one plate. A collection of three influential imaginary voyages and works of utopian fiction, here first collected together: Mundus Alter et Idem by Joseph Hall (in its third edition - first published in 1605); Civitas Solis, Ida Republic Philosophic by Thomas Campanella (in its second edition - first published in 1623); and Nova Atlantis by Francis Bacon (in its second edition - first published in 1638). Hall?s work is the earliest utopia set in Australia, and Campanella's City of the Sun and Bacon's New Atlantis were two of the most reprinted (often together with More's Utopia and Harrington's Oceana) of all the 17th century works on the ideal republic. Bookplate of Robert Carl and Marion Oak Sticht on the front paste-down; bookplate of Rodney Davidson on the front free endpaper.

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        Lezione o vero Cicalamento di maestro Bartolino dal canto de' bischeri sopra 'l sonetto Passere, e Beccafichi magri arrosto.

      - In Firenze, per Domenico Manzani, 1605, in-8 piccolo, cartonatura marmorizzata del primo ottocento, pp. 45, [3]. Con marca xilografica sul front. (un gatto che aziona un buratto, riferimento all'Accademia della Crusca) diversa da quella segnalata in ICCU. Seconda edizione (la prima censita in ICCU è del 1583). Raro. Frontespizio con alcuni antichi restauri reintegrativi (ben fatti). B.IN.G. 448. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Origenis contra Celsum libri VIII. Et Gregorii Neocaesar, Thaumaturgi Panegyricus in Origenem a Davide Hoeschelio, Ex bibliothecis Elect. Palat. Boica et Aug. Graece et Latine nunc primum editi Sigismundus Gelenius, Accessere notae et indices., Angebunden: Origenis Adamantii contra celsum Liber . Sigismundo Gelenio interprete.

      Augustae Vindelicorum ad insigne pinus. [Augsburg, Dav. Franck], 1605 - [Titelblatt mit gestochener Vignette 4 nn Bll.] 441 S.; 25 S. 511 S. [9 nn Bll.] Graesse V, 46; Ebert II, 15215; Seltene und gesuchte griechisch/lateinischen Origenes Ausgabe in der Edition von David Hoelschel (1556-1617) und der lateinsichen Übertragung von Sigmund Gelen (1497-1554). Sehr wohlerhalten, Text nur etwas fleckig. Sprache: gr Gewicht in Gramm: 1200 Quarto ganzpergamneteinband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel.

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        REFRANES O PROVERBIOS CASTELLANOS TRADUZIDOS EN LENGUA FRANCESA. PROVERBES ESPAGNOLS TRADVICTS EN FRANÇOIS.

      Marc Orry,, Paris: 1605 - 8 hojas, 187 páginas. Encuadernación de protección en pergamino moderno con triple filete dorado y adornos. Las últimas hojas con una antigua sombra marginal y mínima restauración. Palau 207201. Cioranescu, 17e siècle 51631. Bibliografía francoespañola 179. Simón Díaz 3014. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        A BOOKE NAMED TECTONICON, BRIEFLIE SHEWING THE EXACT MEASURING, AND SPEEDIE RECKONING ALL MANNER OF LAND, SQUARES, TIMBER, STONE, STEEPLES, PILLERS, GLOBES, &c. FURTHER, THE PERFECT MAKING AND LARGE USE OF THE CARPENTER'S RULER.

      London: Felix Kingston, 1605. - [2],26 leaves. Two folding tables. Numerous woodcut illustrations in text. Small quarto. Dbd. Ttitlepage lightly soiled, minor chip to margin, else very good. In a cloth chemise and matching slipcase, leather label. From the library of Harrison D. Horblit. An extremely rare edition of an important practical work on mensuration by Leonard Digges, an expert mathematician whose chief interest was in the application of that science to surveying, military engineering, and architecture. First published in 1556, this is the ninth edition, according to the new STC. The work plainly had great popularity and usefulness, and continued to appear regularly through 1692. STC 6852.

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        Missale Romanum,

      Parisiis: Apud Societatem Typographicam Librorum Officij Ecclesiastici, ex Decreto Concilij Tridentini, via Iacobae, 1605 1605, VG, 6 full page illustrations. In c1890 half black cal with red cloth boards, some blind tooling, corners rubbed. Spine, raised bands, decorative blind tooling, titles in gilt, joints weak. Internally, black endpapers, hinges strengthened, text block edges reddened, label and religious card to fpd and fep which has an ink name to verso, ink name to ffep (Thomas Houghton Wright 1898), title page with vignette and text in red and black inks, ink names and dates, LACKING aii (only), Aiii-IIiii, 1-663 pp, 1-131 pp, [6] index, [1] Licentia, [1] Errata, [1] Printers limitation, Newspaper cutting tipped to fep, occasional tipped in religious cards. Text in 2 columns, in both red and black inks, 6 full page illustrations, woodcut, historiated initilas, tailpieces, numerous decorative printers capital letters, music and words. Contents/Signatures: TP Missale Romanum, 1605. Lacks a2. Begins aiii. A5 Clemens Papa VIII. A7 Clemens pp. VIII signed M Vestrius Barbianus. Privilegium Regis. Signed De La Grange – a8. E Extraict Des Registres Du Conseil Priune du Roy. E2 De Cyclo Deccennovennali Avrei Numeri – e6. E7

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        MEDICINA SALERNITANA id est Conservandae bonae valetudinis praecepta cum luculenta et succincta Arnoldi Villanovani in singula capita exegesi, per J. Curionem recognita & repurgata.

      Francoforti, excudebat J. Saurius, impensis V. Steinmeieri 1605 - In 16mo; pp. 32 n.nn., 478, 1 n.n. Contemp. vellum. Owner stamps. Krivatsy, 9476. 5 attached images. 5 immagini allegate. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Ionannis Trithemii Spanhemenisos Primum Opera Pia et Spiritualia.

      Albini: Ex Typographeo Ioan, Moguntiae (Mainz) 1605 - Ioannis Trithemii spanhemenisos primum Opera pia et spritualia : quotquot vel olim typis expressa, vel m.ss. reperiri potuerunt / a R. P. Ioanne Busaeo Societatis Iesu theologo in omnium religiosae vitae cultorum gratiam diligenti studio conquisita & in unum volumen, mendis expurgatis, redata ; qourum omnium elenchum proxima pagina exhibebit. Contemporary, tudor binding of blind-stamped vellum over bevelled wood boards, showing heads in medallions, functioning fore-edge clasps, raised bands, printer's device on title page, woodcuts, historiated initials, printed side-notes. [9] 1226 pp., with bibliographical references and index. An exceptional copy showing only minor wear to the foot and lower edges. A RARE work not listed in Library of Congress online catalog, not listed in Vatican online catalog, Worldcat shows work held at only two Libraries, no listing in ABPC since 1975. From the Catholic Encyclopedia: "John Trithemius was a famous scholar and Benedictine abbot. In order to promote scientific research, he procured a rich collection of books which comprised the most important works in all branches of human knowledge; in this way he built up the world-renowned library of Sponheim. The great abbot, says one of his biographers, was equally worthy of respect as a man, and a writer. Of his more than eighty works only part have appeared in print. The greater number of these are ascetical writings which treat the religious life."

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        De Antiquitate Britannicae Ecclesiae, Et nominatim De Privilegiis Ecclesiae Cantuarensis, atque de Archiepiscopis eiusdem LXXX. Historia,

      Typis Wechelianis, apud Claud. Marnium & haeredes Ioannis Aubrii, Hanoviae 1605 - Folio. (viii), 358pp index. Full old cracked calf boards, old reback, leather lettering label, gilt. Decorative head and t ail pieces, and initials. The second edition, preceded by a small printing in 1572 and followed by a London printing of 1729.Armorial bookplate of Richard Banner, also of Thomas Anson of Shugborough (signed Yates Sculpt); and old plate for the Library of Society for the Home Study of Holy Scripture and Church History. Also a bookbinder label from Gustav E. Stechert of New=York, likely the binder who rebacked this volume.Hinge cracked but firm, occasional soiling, the date written on the reverse of the title page and bled through, else a very good copy. Rare. Thomas Anson extended Shugborough Hall, in Staffordshire, and was a noted patron of the arts and a founding member of the Society of Dilettanti. Matthew Parker (1504-1575), archbishop of Canterbury, was not only a collector and editor of medieval English chronicles; he favored antiquarian studies, was probably an active participant in the founding of the 'Society of Antiquarians, but also the author of this work in which he set out to prove the early origin and continuity of the Anglican Church. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Institutiones Juris Anglicani Ad Methodum Et Serium Institutionum.

      1605 - "The Most Learned Civilian of His Time" Cowell, John [1554-1611]. Institutiones Juris Anglicani Ad Methodum Et Serium Institutionum Imperialium Compositae & Digestae. Opus non Solum Iuris Anglicani Romaniq[ue] in hoc Regno Studiosis, Sed Omnibus qui Politeian & Consuetudines Inclyti Nostri Imperii Penitius Scire Cupiunt, Utile & Accommodatum. Cum Duplici Indice, Quorum Alter Titulos Ordine Alphabetico, Alter Obscuras Iuris Ang. Dictiones Earumq[ue] Explicationem Continet. Cambridge: Ex Officina Iohannis Legat, 1605. [xii], 268, [20] pp. Octavo (6-1/2" x 4-1/2"). Contemporary limp vellum, early hand-lettered title to spine. Moderate soiling, corners and spine ends bumped, small hole to center of spine, pastedowns loose. Large seal of Cambridge University to verso of title. Some toning, moderate edgewear to endleaves. Early owner signature (of Charles Milborne) to front and rear endleaves, interior otherwise clean. * First edition. As Walker notes, Cowell was "the most learned civilian of his time." Regius Professor of Civil Law at Cambridge from 1594 to 1611, he is remembered today as the author of an important (and controversial) dictionary, The Interpreter (1607), which went through several subsequent editions. As indicated by its title, the Institutiones is an elementary textbook on English law organized in the manner of Justinian's Institutes. As Holdsworth notes, "The objects of [this book] were to promote the union of England and Scotland by pointing out the resemblances between the common law and the civil law; to give the student of the common law some knowledge of the general principles of law; and to show the students of the civil law that if they would study the common law, they would improve their knowledge of both laws, and cease to be regarded as mere children in legal knowledge. That these ideas were sound is fairly obvious [today]. but they were in advance of their time." A translation of this book was ordered by Parliament in 1651, which indicates its stature during the Commonwealth period (despite Cowell's support of the crown). There were five editions in all; the final edition, in Latin, was published in 1676. Walker, The Oxford Companion to Law 311. Holdsworth, A History of English Law V:21. Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of t [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Oficio de la Semana Santa Segun el Missal y Breuiario Romanos, Que se pulicaron por mandado de Su Santidad Pro V. y se reconocieron por comission de Su Santida Clemente VIII y Vrbano VIII.

      Oficio de la Semana Santa Segun el Missal y Breuiario Romanos, Que se pulicaron por mandado de Su Santidad Pro V. y se reconocieron por comission de Su Santida Clemente VIII y Vrbano VIII. En Amberes, En La Emprenta Plantiniana De Balthasar Moreto, M. DC. LXVI. []2, A-I8, K-T8, V-Z8, Aa-Ii8, Kk-Ss8, []2. 19 letter engravings, 5 full page engravings of Christ, angels and persecutors. Binding is 19th century rippled goat with gold title and blind stamped cross on front and back boards. Interior colored paper trimmed with gold blind stamped edging. Gold leaf edges on pages in very good condition. Overall an exceptionally bright and clean red and black printed missal. First and only edition after the death of Philip IV of Spain. PHILIP IV. (1605-1665), king of Spain, eldest son of Philip III and his wife Margaret, sister of the emperor Ferdinand II., was born at Valladolid on the 8th of April 1605. His reign, after a few passing years of barren successes, was a long story of politi¬cal and military decay and disaster. The king has been held responsible for the fall of Spain, which was, however, due in the main to internal causes beyond the con¬trol of the most despotic ruler, however capable he had been. Philip certainly pos¬sessed more energy, both mental and physical, than his father. There is still in exis¬tence a translation of Guicciardini which he wrote with his own hand in order to qualify himself for government by acquiring knowledge of political history. He was a fine horseman and keen hunter. His artistic taste was shown by his patronage of Velasquez and his love of letters by his favor to Lope de Vega, Calderon, and other dramatists. He is even credited, on fairly probable testimony, with a share at least in the composition of several comedies. His good intentions were of no avail to his government. Coming to the throne at the age of sixteen, he did the wisest thing he could by allowing himself to be guided by the most capable man he could find. He thought it his duty to support the German Habsburgs and the cause of the Roman Catholic Church against the Protestants, to assert his sovereignty over Holland, and to extend the dominions of his house. The utter exhaustion of his people in the course of a hope¬less struggle with Holland, France and England was seen by him with sympathy, but he considered it an unavoidable misfortune and not the result of his own errors, since he could not be expected to renounce his rights or to desert the cause of God and the Church. In public he maintained a bearing of rigid solemnity, and was seen to laugh only three times in the course of his life. But in private he indulged in horseplay and very coarse immorality. His court was grossly vicious. The early death of his eldest son, Baltasar Carlos, was unquestionably due to debauchery encour¬aged by the gentlemen entrusted by the king with his education. The lesson shocked the king, but its effect soon wore off. Philip IV died broken-hearted in Sep¬tember 1665, expressing the hope that his surviving son, Carlos, would be more fortunate than himself.

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        Paroemiologia polyglottos: hoc est: Proverbia et sententiae complurium linguarum.

      Leipzig, (Michael Lantzenberger for) Henning Grosse, 1605.. 8vo. (16), 240 pp., interleaved. Contemp. blindstamped vellum.. First edition. - In his "Paroemiologia polyglottos", the Wuerttemberg-born polymath Hieronymus Megiser (1554-1618/19 in Linz) compares the proverbs of various languages, among them not only German, French, Italian, Latin, and Greek, but also Hebrew, Turkish, and Arabic. - Some damage to first leaves; edge defects; several additions by a contemporary hand both in the prited text as well as on the interleaves. - VD 17, 12:628277W. Graesse IV, 465. OCLC 7563018.

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        Anatomiae, Das ist: Seines nechst außgesprengten, unbestendigen Gegenberichts, wieder das bestendige und Schrifftmeßige Marpurgische Berichtbüchlein, von dem Brodbrechen im H. Abendmal. Gründliche und außführliche Zerlegung und Wiederlegung: Darin so wol die Hochnotwendige H. Ceremonia deß Brodbrechens ... wie dan auch die Uralte un(d) Christliche Lehr, von der rechte(n) Niessung deß wahren Leibs und Bluts Christi ... befestiget ... wirdt, dem Guthertzigen, Christlichen, unpartheyischen Leser ... zusammen gefasset, und jetzundt erst in Druck verfertiget. Durch Eine vornehme und hohe Person in Hessen. Marburg, R. Hutwelcker 1606. 4°. 4 Bll., 175 S., Hprgt. d. Zt.

      . . VD17 1:078924G.- Landgraf Moritz von Hessen-Kassel trat 1605 zum Calvinismus über. Er führte das obligatorische Brotbrechen in der Abendmahlsliturgie ein und zeigte damit öffentlich seinen Konfessionswechsel an.- Jeremias Vietor (* 4.9.1556 Alsfeld, 8.9.1609 Gießen), erhielt "am 9. December 1574 die Magisterwürde und am 10. November 1579 die theologische Doctorwürde und war ab 1580 Prediger in Gießen. 1601 wurde ihm die Superintendentur im darmstädtischen Oberhessen übertragen" (ADB XXXIX, 687).- Etw. gebräunt od. braunfleckig, tls. wasserrandig, Ebd. etw. berieben.

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        HERBARIO: IN STIRPIVM ADVERSARIA NOVA].

      - MATTHIAE DE LOBEL Medici Insulanj, Sereniss. & Invectiss. Iacobi. I. Magnae Britanniae, Franciae, & Hiberniae Regis Botanographi, sive Plantarum Historiae Physicae, tam indegenarum & Britanniae inquilinarum, quam exoticarum scriptoris, In G. RONDELLETTI inclytae Monspeliensis Scholae Medicae Professoris quodam Regij & Cancellarij celeberrimi methodicam Pharmaceuticam OFFICINAM ANIMADVERSIONES, quibus deprauata & mutilata ex authoris mente corriguntur & restaurantur. [Vinheta com as armas do Rei Jaime I de Inglaterra]. Accesserunt Auctaria, In Antidotaria vulgata CENSVRE beneuelae, & dilucidae Simplicium Medicamentorum Explicationes, ADVERSIORVMQVE Volumen, corumq~, pars altera & Illustramenta, quibus ambigua enodantur. Cum Lvdovici Myrei Pharmacopolae Regineij Paragraphis vtiliss. Contenta reliqua suis locis designantur. Londini. 1605. Excudebat praelum Thomae Purfootij. In folio (de 29x18 cm) com [viii], 156, [xv], 549 pags. Encadernação da época inteira de pele com nervos e ferros da ouro (na lombada restaurada); e ferros a seco rolados nas esquadrias das pastas. Ilustrado com desenhos da anatomia das plantas organizadas em herbário e gravuras adicionais intercaladas em extra-texto. Obra de referência dos médicos e farmacêuticos do Rei Jaime I de Inglaterra, contendo a recolha das plantas nativas de Inglaterra e com as novas plantas e espécies (novas estirpes) introduzidas pelos Descobrimentos do Novo Mundo e do Oriente, nomeadamente cactos e outras plantas exóticas representadas com os seus frutos e as suas raízes. Binding: contemporary full calf (renewed and fixed at spine with a new label); and contemporary blind tooled in frames at the folders. Illustrated with drawings of the anatomy of plants arranged in an herbal collection and additional prints interspersed in hors-text. A reference work of the medical doctors and pharmacists of King James I of England, containing a collection of plants native to Britain, and with new plants and species (new ?stirpum?) introduced by the Discoveries of the New World and the East, including cacti and other exotic plants represented with its fruits and roots. Location/localizacao: raros

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        Decisiones Aureae, in Actu Practico Frequentes. Ex Variis Sacri Regii Concilii Cathaloniae Conclusionibus Collecta. Cum Additionibus in Quinquaginta Priores Quae Antea Fine Eis Editae Fuerunt. = .Cathalonia Senatus Conclusionibus.

      Jacobi Cendrat = Sebastiani Matheuad, Barcelona, 1605 - 1611 - Portada a dos tintas y con escudo de Catalunya xilografiado - 13 hojas, con gran grabado en el reverso de la última - 424 folios - 24 hojas - 2 blancas - portada del segundo tomo, a dos tintas y con escudo grabado - 5 hojas - 224 pp. - 12 hojas, con pequeño grabado en el reverso de la última. (Nuestro ejemplar más completo que el descrito por Palau 216345) Muy conservado ejemplar encuadernado en el siglo XX en pergamino respetando el estilo de la encuadernación original. Lomera pintada. =Lluís de Peguera (Manresa, 1540 - Bruch, 1610) fue un jurista de Cataluña, España, especialista en derecho penal y procesal. Doctor en Leyes, oidor de la Real Audiencia de Cataluña y asesor del Virrey de Cataluña. 2 Tomos En 1 Volumen En Folio. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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