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2012-04-30 18:12:21
Aristotle. Casaubon, Isaac (1559-1614), & Ciriaco Strozzi (1504-1565), eds
Aureliae Allobrogum: Apud Petrum de la Roviere, 1605. *The price of this item HAS BEEN temporarily REDUCED until Sunday, July 28. Order now for BEST SAVINGS! (sale item) 2 volumes, here bound as one; folio (leaves 39 cm. tall), [20] (beginning with title in red and black with printer’s device), 946 pp. [2] (title leaf, “Operum Aristotelis tomvs II. Librorvm Aristotelis qvi non extant, fragmenta qvaedam ... Alius index rerum omnium locupletissimus.”, in red and blank with large printer’s device, imprint “Aureliae Allobrogum: Apud Samuelem Crispinum, 1605”)[846], [56] ending with colophon “Execudebat Petrus de la Roviere, 8. Ivnii anno M. D. V.” and tail piece; text in parallel columns of Greek and Latin, printed marginal notes; full blind stamped vellum darkened and red edges faded, a few neat repairs have been made at extremities but crack lines at head and tail, the spine shows old wrinkle marks but the binding has been tightened up and new endpapers added,. Photos available upon request.
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2012-04-29 16:46:06
MANTICA Francisco.
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.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Gozzini [IT]
2012-04-15 22:39:05
Cayet de la Palme, Pierre-Victor
Containing rich and detailed accounts of voyages to the East and West Indies, including Du Pont´s expedition to North America. 1605. Paris. Jehan Richer. In 8vo (165 mm x 110 mm). 5 ff. + 499 + 2 ff. Contemporary vellum, spine lettered in ink, ties lacking. Few scattered foxing spots, mainly marginal damp to a few leaves, else very clean and fresh. First edition, second issue(?), a second edition was also published in 1605. An important and considerably scarce work, not mentioned in this edition by Sabin, who only mentions a later edition (1609); additionally, this is a very good copy in its first binding and one of only a few to contain the engraved title page by de Weert (a detail not mentioned either by Alden nor Sabin). Cayet (1525 ? 1610) was a disciple of Pierre Ramée, he converted to Protestantism and eventually became tutor of Henry IV. The work includes details of voyages to the East and West Indies made from 1598 to 1604, dealing extensively with the missionary activities undertaken by the Jesuits in both parts, which includes relevant information on North America and China. Furthermore, it contains one of the first accounts of Champlain´s first voyage to North America ?particularly to Canada-, when he accompanied the Du Pont expedition (1603), organized by Amyar de Chastres, Governor of Dieppe. ?Ouvrage curieux et assez bien écrit? (Brunet). Rare on the market in this condition, only the Parsons ?ex Comly McCoy- and the Streeter copies ?of 1605 editions- have sold in over 20 years at auction, this copy is earlier than either of both. Alden & Landis 605/22. Lande … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hs Rare Books
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2012-04-10 16:01:21
HENRICH (Manuel)
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.
Bookseller: LIBRERIA ANTICUARIA SANZ [MADRID, Spain]
2012-04-03 18:19:29
BIBLE - BIBLIA.
.: Antverpiae (Antwerpen), Ex Officina Plantiniana, Apud Ioannem Moretum, 1605, in-4°, 25 x 18,5 cm, engraved title + 6 nn pp + 995 pp + (1)(vignette) + 30 pp (Oratio Manassae) + (18)(Hieronymi Prologus, Praefatio) + (16)(index) + (1)(colophon) + (1)(printer's mark). Modern half leather binding, raised spine, title in gilt on spine, marbled covers, bookblock untouched (nice binding). Title page a bit dustsoiled but a fine complete copy. It is rare to find these bibles in fine condition as they had to sustain prolonged use. Darlow and Moule 6191A., listing the 1603 edition. Antwerp edition of the ''Clementine Bible''. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Wim de Goeij [Antwerpen, Belgium]
2012-04-02 10:05:06
CASTELLANI Giacomo.
apud Franciscum Bolzettam, Venetiis, 1605. "Editio tertia cum triplice Indice, uno Summorum omnium Pontificum iuxta cuiusque tempora S.Sedi praesidentium. Altero eorum tantum, quorum hic habentur Constitutiones: Tertio rerum singularum, quae in ijsdem sanciuntur". Testo latino. Cm.19,1x14,2. Pg.24 non numerate, 456 numerate solo al recto. Legatura in mz.pergamena con titoli manoscritti al dorso. Varie mende cartacee, da restaurare alcuni fori da tarlature. Marca tipografica al frontespizio e alcuni capilettera incisi. 520 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: studio bibliografico pera s.a.s. [LUCCA, Italy]
2012-03-19 12:17:07
Zbynek Berka z Dube (1551-1606)
Typis Nigrinianis: [Prague], 1605. Hardcover. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. Full title reads: Synodus archidioecesana Pragensis, Habita ab illustriss et reverendiss. Domino D. Sbigneo Berka, Dei et Apostolicae sitting Gratiae, Archiepiscopo Pragen. and Principe, Legato etc. later. Anna and Chr. Natural gesture in 1605 P. Wenceslai Principis, Martyris, ac Patrons" Prague: Typis Nigrinianis, 17th century. Edition unknown. The first edition was published in 1605 when Zbynek called for the synods to the catholic church in Prague. Text in Latin, 8 vo. original full leather binding, with ornate spine and newer title insert. Title page is missing. Many woodcut devices throughout. Portions of the book have become toned. Worm holing, spine starting. 234 pp, followed by an index and errata. Zbynek was Catholic Cleric, cardinal and the 10th Archbishop of Prague. He was a member of the religious order called Knights of the Cross with the Red Star. n: Portions of the book have become toned. Worm holing, spine starting. Title page is missing. Newer title label on spine. Photos available upon request. Poor. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Ziern-Hanon Galleries [Frontenac, MO, U.S.A.]
2012-03-07 15:13:52
Salici, Giovanni Andrea
Vicenza: Appresso Gioan Pietro Gioannini Small 4to. [3 (of 4)] ff., 210 pp., [1 (blank)] f.. 1605 Important history (with genealogical table at end) of this influential family of Paduans and Vicenzans. Salici based his work on various old and then-contemporary writers' works. The volume's title-page has a woodcut of a non-Aldine dolphin and anchor device. Uncommon: We locate only three copies in U.S. libraries. Provenance: Bookplates of Lord Farnham and the famous Bibliotheca Lindesiana. 20th-century faux leather. Two blank portions of title-page excised (old ownership stamps/signatures?); repaired sometime back and next two leaves also with old repairs at gutter. Lacks one preliminary leaf; usually-slim strip of water- or damp-damage affecting top margins in various degrees; all edges red.
Bookseller: SessaBks, A Division of the Philadelphia
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2012-03-04 10:59:13
Iustus Lipsius
, Antwerpen 1605 1. Auflage Broschur Gut Text Lateinisch. Sehr ordentlich als Broschur mit guter Bindung nachgebunden, vom Buchbinder zweifarbig handgeschriebene Rückentitelei, Buchblock erfreulich gut, einige Flecken, Titelseite oben gering ausgefranst, insgesamt materiell sehr ordentlich. Titelseite montierter Stich "S. Maria de Silvain Monte Acvo prope Sichenum." 7 x 10 cm. 1 Bl., 48 Seiten. Justus Lipsius (eigentlich Joest Lips; 1547 - 1606), niederländischer Rechtsphilosoph, Humanist und Philologe. Un fascicule encore en excellent état, paru l`année de la mort de son auteur, avec page de titre illustrée, 48 pages. Un texte essentiel de l`humaniste Juste Lipse (Joost Lips ou encore Justus Lipsius) dont le siège du Conseil de l'Union européenne à Bruxelles porte le nom ! A rare print of Justus Lipsius! Cover was carefully and beautifully restored by a professional book binder, altogether very good condition. +++ 0,1 kg. 15 x 20,5 cm. +++ Stichwörter: THEOLOGIE ORTS- KLOSTER- MERSEBURG SACHSEN ANHALT ALTE DRUCKE 17. JAHRHUNDERT 0,1 Kg. 15 x 20,5 Cm. Versand D: 5,50 EUR THEOLOGIE ORTS- KLOSTER- MERSEBURG SACHSEN ANHALT ALTE DRUCKE 17. JAHRHUNDERT
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clement [Bonn, Germany]
2012-02-23 14:25:36
Blegny, (Etienne de.)
A Paris, Au Palais, chez Guillaume Cavelier, 1605 (sic) [1723]. Faux-titre, frontispice, (5), XX, 37 ff, 321P, (2) (tables). In-8, pleine basane, dos à 5 nerfs orné de fleurons, tranches rougies. Mors inférieur fendu (2cm). 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. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: L'Oeil de Mercure [Paris, France]
2012-02-19 22:24:11
Le Conte, Pierre
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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2011-10-04 23:50:14
Eudaemon-Joannes, Andreas, SJ.
Ingolstadt, Eder / Andreas Angermaier, 1605.. 250 [falsch: 270], (2) SS. Mit Holzschnittvignette am Titel. (Beigebunden) II: Sartorius, Sixtus. Causae motivae, ob quas Sixtus Sartorius, alias Miltenberger [...] deserta Lutherana, (in qua natus & educatus fuit) secta, catholicam, sacrosanctis scripturis vere fundatam: et a SS. orthodoxis patribus traditam religionem amplexus est, & profitetur [...]. Ebd., 1602. (8), 418, (12) SS., l. w. Bl. Mit einer ganzs. Textradierung (verso vacat) auf S. 403. Flexibler Pergamentband der Zeit mit hs. Rückentitel. 4to.. Erste Ausgabe der Streitschrift gegen den Genfer Theologen Lambert Daneau (1530-95), gewidmet Robert Bellarmin. Der aus Kreta stammende Jesuit Andreas Eudaemon-Joannes (1560-1625), aus dem Kaisergeschlecht der Paläologen gebürtig, war Rektor des griechischen Kollegs in Rom und wirkte ebenda und in Padua als Professor für Theologie und Philosophie. - Beigebunden die seltene erste Ausgabe dieser Schilderung der Konversion des Ansbacher Juristen und Theologen Sixtus Sartorius Miltenberger, der zum Katholizismus übertrat und nachmals als Domherr in Passau wirkte. 1614 erschien eine Gegenschrift: "Rettung Martin Luthers seeligen Lehr, Ehr und guten Namens: Wider Sixti Sartorii [...] in den Causis Motivis seines Abfalls ausgestoßene Schmachreden". Die radierte Tafel zeigt 15 kleine Abbildungen (A-P), welche im folgenden erläutert werden. - Einband stärker wurmspurig. Am Titel hs. Besitzvermerk der Wiener Unbeschuhten Augustiner (dat. 1640); entspr. hs. Bibliothekssignatur am Innendeckel und hs. Signaturschildchen am Rücken. - VD … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
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2011-03-22 03:56:09
Valerius Maximus.
Ingolstadt, Adam Sartorius, 1605. 495, (1) SS. Mit Holzschnittdruckermarke am Titel. Blindgepr. Schweinslederband der Zeit auf 3 Doppelbünden über Holzdeckeln mit abgeschrägten Deckelkanten. 2 Schließen (dav. 1 intakt). 8vo. Für den Schulgebrach an Jesuitenkollegien gedruckte Ausgabe des Werks über "denkwürdige Taten und Aussprüche", das der Verfasser Kaiser Tiberius widmete. "Es ist eine nach Rubriken geordnete Beispielsammlung, die den Bedürfnissen der Rhetoren und ihrer Schulen dienen sollte" (Tusc. Lex. Lit., 266). - Am Vorsatz Besitzvermerk "Ex libris Jacobi Kofler Rhetoricae studiosus" (dat. Halle, 1659); weitere, teils getilgte Besitzvermerke der Zeit am Titel. Die Deckelblindprägung sauber und wohlerhalten; der unteren Schließe fehlt am Vorderdeckel das Metallelement (der Haken vorhanden). Innen gutes, praktisch fleckenfreies Exemplar mit einigen hs. Marginalien und Anstreichungen der Zeit. Stalla (1601-1620) 47. VD 17, 12:626984K. Nicht bei Schweiger. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2011-02-17 23:51:30
TACITUS, C. Cornelius
Historiated woodcut chapter initials and a full page engraving in the second work. Contemporary calf, re-backed and re-cornered, with portions of the original spine laid down; some minor marginal dampstains and light soiling, but generally an excellent copy with contemporary inscriptions to title. From the library of Charles Tyler Prouty, with his bookplate as well as the armorial bookplate of Thomas Merriman. Third edition in English of both books, the first part of the Annales translated by Richard Greenway, and the second on the End of Nero and Life of Agricola by Henry Savile, which was dedicated to the Queen. The Annales was Tacitus' final work, covering the period from the death of Augustus Caesar in the year 14, and the reigns of the four succeeding Roman emperors, Tiberius, Caligula and Claudius. The remaining parts treat the reign of Nero to connect with the Histories. Germania is an ethnographic study of Central Europe in which Tacitus compares the decadence of Rome with the virility of the barbarians. The Histories treat the period from Nero's death in A.D. 68 to A.D. 96. Tacitus' Agricola, written in about A.D. 98, is described as "semi-biographical, moral eulogy of a personage" - - in this case, his father-in-law, with history and a description of Britain.& & Tacitus comes from the Greco-Roman tradition of writers of history whose purpose is as much to promote a moral agenda using rhetorical flourishes as it is to record facts. Little is known for certain about the origins of Tacitus, although he is believed to have been born around A.D. 56, in Gaul … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: B & L Rootenberg Rare Books & Manuscripts [U.S.A.]
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2010-10-28 14:55:00
Clement VIII, Pope
Romae, et Bononiae [Bologna]: Apud Victorium Benatium, 1605. Folio Broadside. Woodcut device at head, historiated initial capital. 1 vols. 22 X 14-1/2 inches. One of Clement's last major decrees, standardizing regulations for the various religious orders, congregations both in Rome and in other cities, etc. Clement VIII died on March 5, 1605, the year this broadside was printed, after a pontificate of 13 years. Slight browning alon old folds, otherwise a remarkably (given its size) well-preserved, clean broadside, with no tears or chips.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2010-10-25 20:03:32
BACON, FRANCIS
1605. BACON, FRANCIS. The Twoo Bookes of Francis Bacon. Of the Proficience and Advancement of Learning, Divine and Humane. London: For Henrie Tomes, 1605. 4to. [1], 45, 118 [i.e., 121] leaves. Lacks final blank 3H2 and, as always, the rare two leaves of errata at the end. Late eighteenth-century half calf and marbled boards (extremities of boards worn), very skillfully and imperceptibly rebacked retaining entire original spine. Small worm trail in the bottom margin of quires 2D-2F, occasional minor marginalia in an early hand, else a lovely copy. Early signature of Row'd Wetherald on title, signature of Horatio Carlyon, 1861, on front pastedown. Sachs bookplate and a modern leather book label. In a calf-backed clamshell box. First edition. The Two Bookes is Bacon's preliminary statement of his massive plan to survey all human knowledge and to reorganize scientific method, as he later propounded in Instauratio Magna and De Augmentis Scientiarum. Pforzheimer 36; Gibson 81; Grolier, Langland to Wither, 12; Grolier/Horblit 8a; Norman 97; STC 1164.
Bookseller: Joseph J. Felcone Inc. [US]
2010-06-16 11:24:32
Le Conte, Pierre
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. .
Bookseller: Barter Books Ltd
2010-04-28 15:17:49
Browne, Thomas
1605-1682 Octavo, 6 x 3.75 inches. Fifth edition. A,A-T8, A-E8. Engraved frontispiece by William Marshall. This copy is bound in later smooth calf, gilt ruled edges, all edges gilt. gilt spine with a red. leather label. Hand marbled endsheets, gilt dentelles, quite a nice copy. It is far from clear that Thomas Browne ever considered publishing Religio Medici, his first and most influential work. Written during his medical apprenticeship in the mid-1630s, this essay on the religion of a doctor was (in typical fashion) circulated in multiple manuscripts among friends for seven years until 1642, when Andrew Crooke, an enterprising publisher of controversialist writing, obtained it and printed it anonymously, without the author's permission or knowledge. What Browne would later describe as "a private exercise directed to myself" was an immediate commercial success, and Crooke quickly brought out a second edition. Browne, meanwhile, had wind of a work about to be published by the colourful savant Sir Kenelm Digby, apparently responding to Browne's essay. He immediately set about revising the pirated text for authorised publication in 1643. Together with Digby's Observations upon Religio Medici, the 1643 edition, now with Browne's name on it, established his reputation in English and Continental writing. Religio Medici has been described as spiritual autobiography, but it has in fact only occasional resemblance to the true seventeenth-century exponents of the form like Lucy Hutchinson and John Aubrey. Although Browne's subject is his own beliefs, the essay is better understood a … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-04-22 15:04:34
Digges, Leonard:
London: Felix Kingston, 1605.. [2],26 leaves. Two folding tables. Numerous woodcut illustrations in text. Small quarto. Dbd. Slight soiling on and chip in margin of titlepage, else good. In a cloth case, 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.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
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2010-04-19 14:45:11
Porcacchi, Tomaso:
Venice, 1605. Venice,, 1605. Copper engraving, 10.8 x 14.7 cms, engraved by Girolamo Porro, set in descriptive Italian text with woodcut headpiece and historiated initial, recent hand-colour. From L'Isole piu famose del Mondo, one of the most beautifully engraved of the Italian Isolaria or Island books. Map
Bookseller: Bryars and Bryars [United Kingdom]
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2010-04-01 21:43:02
Coke, Edward, Sir (1552-1634); Swinton, John (1703-1777); Baker, George
London: London printed for the Companie of Stationers. Anno Dom. 1605., 1605. Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Modern quarter-leather over buckram, endpapers renewed. Ex-library, with small stamps on the verso of the title-page and on folio 39v. Lacks the tract "De iure Regis ecclesiastico," inserted between A8 and [2]B1 in most copies. Laid in is a draft manuscript report of a motion for arrest of judgment in R. v. Baker, K.B. Trin. 13&14 G.2 (1740), which was an information for a libel by George Baker on the Rev. John Swinton. The report is on a single side of a half sheet, 250 x 185 mm; based on the obliterations and interlineations, it seems to be a draft. For background on the case, see A Faithful narrative of the proceedings in a late affair between the Rev. Mr. John Swinton, and Mr. George Baker (1739) (ESTC T35232) (HOLLIS No. 004093710), reprinted in Secret Sexualities 85-100 (Ian McCormick, ed., 1996); Lee Edelman, Homographesis: Essays in Gay Literary and Cultural Theory 123-124 (1994); E. I. Carlyle, 'Swinton, John (1703-1777)', rev. Rictor Norton, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004 (stating that Baker successfully sued Swinton for defamation)..
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2010-03-29 12:22:26
DAVID, Joannes (i.e. Jan), S.J.
Antwerp, Plantin-Moretus, 1605. With engr. title, 12 full-page etchings by Theodoor Galle, engr. printer's device on second title (p. 271), woodcut printer's device at end. 8 leaves, 307, (1) pp., 13 leaves index (lacking last blank). Small 4to. Mottled calf in contemp. style (new endpapers). In slipcase. Antwerp, Plantin-Moretus, 1605. First edition. A moralistic emblem book on opportunity and neglected opportunity, followed by a drama embodying the author's precepts. Johannes David (1545-1613) was principal of Jesuit schools at Courtrai and Ghent. The fine illustrations are by Theodoor Galle (1571-1633), from a renowned Antwerp family of engravers, who was closely associated to the Plantin Press. Each of the finely executed emblems shows the goddess Opportunity (Occasio), her long hair covering her face, while the back of her head is bald: you have to seize her when she comes towards you, once she is passed, there is no way of getting hold of her. Part II (pp. 271-307), with separate title, is a drama on the same theme, with two groups of young men, five wise (prudentes), and five unwise (imprudentes). "Via the Jesuits, the Council of Trent's teaching on images reached emblem theory. Emblems, for the Jesuits, are in any case part of a much broader strategy. A strikingly beautiful example of this, albeit one taken from emblematic practice, is Johannes David's Occasio arrepta ... The 'picturae' not only make up a curious emblematic allegorical chain, in which, as in modern comics, words are put into character's mouths by means of captions; they also function as illustratio … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hellmut Schumann Antiquariat [Zurich, Switzerland]
2010-03-03 16:13:52
Paracelsus
Straßburg: In Verlegung Lazari Zetzners Buchhändler, 1605; 1603. First edition of the complete Surgical Books; First Folio edition in German of the Magical and Astrological Books. Title page printed in red and black within woodcut border, portrait of Paracelsus, woodcut printer's devices. Ander-, Dritter-, Vierdter Theil, and Appendix of first work each have sectional title. Second work with 62 woodcut figures in text, numerous astrological signs and sigils. (:)8, A-Dd6, Ee8, Ff-Aaaa6, Bbbb8, (:)4, a-Mm6, Nn4. Pp. [16], 680 [i.e., 686], [32], [2], 115, [5]; [8], 691, [13]. 1 vols. Folio. Surgical & Astrological Works of Paracelsus, Straßburg 1605. Sudhoff praises the surgical volume of this German folio edition edited by Huser: "Dieser chirurgische Band der deutschen Folioausgabe ist ganz anders zu beurteilen als die beiden medicinisch-philosophischen Bände: er ist abgesehen von der gr. Wundarznei ein vollständig neues Werk nach Huser's Handschrift gedruckt und von allergrößtem Werthe für die Kenntnis Hohenheims ... eine hochverdienstliche Arbeit des bescheidenen Joh. Huser" (p. 464: with the exception of the Grosse Wundartzney, a completely new work, printed from Huser's manuscript and of the utmost value to knowledge of Paracelsus). Bound with the volume of magical and alchemical works edited by Huser and published in Strassburg in 1603. Uncommon. Sudhoff 267, 257; Wellcome Catalogue 4811, 4808. Nineteenth century half calf and boards. Terminal leaf with repair at gutter, C6 in facsimile (with contemporary notation of its absence in ink on verso of C5, "Hier fehlt ein Bla … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2010-03-03 16:13:52
Paracelsus
In Verlegung Lazari Zetzners Buchhändler, Straßburg, 1605. First edition of the complete Surgical Books; First Folio edition in German of the Magical and Astrological Books. Title page printed in red and black within woodcut border, portrait of Paracelsus, woodcut printer's devices. Ander-, Dritter-, Vierdter Theil, and Appendix of first work each have sectional title. Second work with 62 woodcut figures in text, numerous astrological signs and sigils. (:)8, A-Dd6, Ee8, Ff-Aaaa6, Bbbb8, (:)4, a-Mm6, Nn4. Pp. [16], 680 [i.e., 686], [32], [2], 115, [5]; [8], 691, [13]. 1 vols. Folio. Surgical & Astrological Works of Paracelsus, Straßburg 1605. Sudhoff praises the surgical volume of this German folio edition edited by Huser: "Dieser chirurgische Band der deutschen Folioausgabe ist ganz anders zu beurteilen als die beiden medicinisch-philosophischen Bände: er ist abgesehen von der gr. Wundarznei ein vollständig neues Werk nach Huser's Handschrift gedruckt und von allergrößtem Werthe für die Kenntnis Hohenheims . eine hochverdienstliche Arbeit des bescheidenen Joh. Huser" (p. 464: with the exception of the Grosse Wundartzney, a completely new work, printed from Huser's manuscript and of the utmost value to knowledge of Paracelsus). Bound with the volume of magical and alchemical works edited by Huser and published in Strassburg in 1603. Uncommon. Sudhoff 267, 257; Wellcome Catalogue 4811, 4808 Nineteenth century half calf and boards. Terminal leaf with repair at gutter, C6 in facsimile (with contemporary notation of its absence in ink on verso of C5, "Hier fehlt ein Blatt"), con … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2009-06-22 15:34:36
Porcacchi, Tomaso:
Venice, 1605. Venice,, 1605. Copper engraving, 10.7 x 14.5 cms, engraved by Girolamo Porro, set in descriptive Italian text with woodcut headpiece and historiated initial, recent hand-colour. From L'Isole piu famose del Mondo, one of the most beautifully engraved of the Italian Isolaria or Island books. Map
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2009-05-26 06:39:15
Porcacchi, Tomaso:
Venice, 1605. Venice,, 1605. Copper engraving, 10.8 x 14.7 cms, engraved by Girolamo Porro, set in descriptive Italian text with woodcut headpiece and historiated initial, recent hand-colour. From L'Isole piu famose del Mondo, one of the most beautifully engraved of the Italian Isolaria or Island books. Map
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2009-05-26 06:39:15
Porcacchi, Tomaso:
Venice, 1605. Venice,, 1605. Copper engraving, 10.8 x 14.7 cms, engraved by Girolamo Porro, set in descriptive Italian text with woodcut headpiece and historiated initial, recent hand-colour. From L'Isole piu famose del Mondo, one of the most beautifully engraved of the Italian Isolaria or Island books. Map
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2009-05-26 06:39:15
Porcacchi, Tomaso:
Venice, 1605. Venice,, 1605. Copper engraving, 10.8 x 14.7 cms, engraved by Girolamo Porro, set in descriptive Italian text with woodcut headpiece and historiated initial, recent hand-colour. From L'Isole piu famose del Mondo, one of the most beautifully engraved of the Italian Isolaria or Island books. Map
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2009-03-17 01:18:00
GELLI G. BATT.
Venetia: MARCO DEGLI ALBERTI, 1605. Venetia: MARCO DEGLI ALBERTI. [Morale-Raro] (cm.15) ottima piena pergamena originale, titolo al dorso. -- cc. 8 nn., pp. 99. Marca tipografica al frontis, fregi e capilettera fig. in xilografia , elegante carattere corsivo. Opera celebre ed una delle più vivaci manifestazioni della prosa italiana del '500. I capricci furono anche sospettati di eresia, e il Gelli ritrattò pubblicamente. Rarissime sono tutte le ediz. antiche. Anche la nostra è citata fra i libri rari dall' haym. Manca a RAZZOLINI, POGGIALI, DURA E CHOIX. Un piccolo forellino di tarlo ma ottimo e fresco esemplare. GAMBA 490; HAYM 382; BRITISH M. CAT. XVII CENT. ITALIAN BOOKS I 383; GRAESSE III 44; BRUNET II 1520; MICHEL-MICHEL IV 29.[f27] . buono. Rilegato. 1605.
Bookseller: Libri antichi e rari Francesco e Claudia [Italy]
2009-03-13 04:20:21
Lipsio Giusto (Lips Joost)
ex Officina Plantiniana, apud Ioannem Moretum, Antverpiae, 1605. In-4° (258x177mm), pp. (8), 213, (5) di approvazioni, privilegi ed explicit tipografico, (1) di impresa tipografica in xilografia con la figura di una mano intenta a tracciare un cerchio con un compasso, tra due figure allegoriche, entro cornice con putti e grottesche con motto entro cartiglio: Constantia labore. Cartonatura decorata recente. Al frontespizio, vignetta calcografica con la variante del motivo iconografico della mano reggente il compasso ed eguale motto latino, con festoni e due figure allegoriche affiancate. Ex-libris manoscritti secenteschi alla medesima carta. Dedica a stampa ad Alberto, Arciduca d'Austria, Duca di Burgundia e Principe del Belgio. Alcuni capilettera xilografici figurati e alcuni cul-de-lamps. Un indice preliminare. Varie bruniture e aloni, restauri al margine inferiore delle prime 8 carte. Editio princeps di uno dei maggiori trattati lipsiani di filosofia politica, disquisizione sulle virtù ed i vizi dei governanti fondata su numerose esemplificazioni storiche spazianti da Dionisio di Siracusa a Carlo V ai Khan tartari. Attraverso uno svolgimento precettistico più che tramite una sistematica teoria delle forme di governo, Giusto Lipsio fornisce la propria visione delle istituzioni monarchiche e dei compromessi inerenti alla politica, preferendo, tra i diversi mali, l'autoritarismo del despota ai perniciosi contraccolpi suscitati dai moti rivoluzionari, e ritenendo inevitabile frutto di una provvidenziale ciclicità il succedere dei buoni principi a quelli cattivi. L'opera fu tr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Gilibert Libreria Antiquaria (ILAB-LILA) [Torino, ><, Italy]
2009-02-24 23:22:36
CASAUBON ISAAC.
Drouart,, Parisiis, 1605 - Cm. 16,5, pp. (16) 356 (4); 38. Con una figura incisa in rame nel testo. Leg. strettamente coeva in perg. semirigida con titoli ms. al dorso. Una piccola mancanza al dorso, peraltro bell'esemplare, genuino ed in ottimo stato di conservazione. Le ultime 38 pp. (numerate a parte) titolano: Ciclops Euripidae Latinitate donata. A Q. Septimo Florente Christiano. Prima edizione, rara, di quest'opera stimata in cui l'autore, per primo, offre una profonda investigazione sul genere letterario satirico di greci e romani. Vi afferma che la poesia satirica dei latini è assai differente da quella dei greci, opinione poi più volte abbracciatta o contestata. In sostanza, Casaubon redasse la prima moderna monografia sulla satira, lavoro che fu considerato come principale lezione per oltre due secoli. Cfr. Brunet I, 1613-14. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2009-01-06 22:14:09
Van Sichem, Christoffel (Christopher) [I]
Arnheim: Christoffel Van Sichem, 1605. Original Woodcut 1st Printing. No Binding. Fine. 13.3 x 18.4 Cm. Original Engraving Of Anabaptist Leader Diederick Snyder Den Eersten 7 1/2" X 5 1/2", One Of A Series Of Fine Woodcut Portraits Executed By Van Sichem, All Rare. Torso Portrait, With Figures At Top, Those On Left Clothed, Those On Right Nude, With Text Expressions Coming From Their Heads. A Fine Example, Trimmed To Plate Mark, Mounted. A Very Fine Example With Wide Margins. Christoffel Van Sichem Was A Dutch Golden Age Woodcutter And Engraver. Part Of A Large Collection Of Original Antique Engravings Formed By A Southern California Artist In The Early To Middle Twentieth Century. Each Plate Has Small Glue Marks On Reverse Where They Were Tipped In To An Album.
Bookseller: Arroyo Seco Books, Pasadena, Member IOBA [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]
2008-12-04 23:45:05
Valerius Maximus.
Ingolstadt, Adam Sartorius, 1605.. 495, (1) SS. Mit Holzschnittdruckermarke am Titel. Blindgepr. Schweinslederband der Zeit auf 3 Doppelbünden über Holzdeckeln mit abgeschrägten Deckelkanten. 2 Schließen (dav. 1 intakt). 8vo.. Für den Schulgebrach an Jesuitenkollegien gedruckte Ausgabe des Werks über "denkwürdige Taten und Aussprüche", das der Verfasser Kaiser Tiberius widmete. "Es ist eine nach Rubriken geordnete Beispielsammlung, die den Bedürfnissen der Rhetoren und ihrer Schulen dienen sollte" (Tusc. Lex. Lit., 266). - Am Vorsatz Besitzvermerk "Ex libris Jacobi Kofler Rhetoricae studiosus" (dat. Halle, 1659); weitere, teils getilgte Besitzvermerke der Zeit am Titel. Die Deckelblindprägung sauber und wohlerhalten; der unteren Schließe fehlt am Vorderdeckel das Metallelement (der Haken vorhanden). Innen gutes, praktisch fleckenfreies Exemplar mit einigen hs. Marginalien und Anstreichungen der Zeit. - Stalla (1601-1620) 47. VD 17, 12:626984K. Nicht bei Schweiger.
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2008-11-22 23:51:59
Stephan, Robert (Translator) And Francois Vatable
Hanover: Typis Wechelianis apud Claud. Marnium & haeredes Johannis Aubrii, 1605. Hanover: Typis Wechelianis apud Claud. Marnium & haeredes Johannis Aubrii. Front board detached and spine missing. Fep loose. First title page slightly soiled. Rest very good. Wormed at back board but not affecting the text. 1605. Reprint. Cream harback vellum covers. 240mm x 18mm (9" x 1"). xv, 1362pp, 327pp. Woodcut to title page of Old and New Testament and woodcut frontispiece to New Testament. An early Bible of the Protestant Reformation from the translation by Francois Vatable published in 1545 in Paris. .
Bookseller: Barter Books Ltd [United Kingdom]
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2008-10-14 15:27:53
Krenn zu Krenberg, Ulrich, Rat und Regent des Landes Niederösterreich (gest. 1616).
O. O, 29. V, 1605. 1? SS. Papiergedecktes Siegel. Folio. "Von denen Khay. Hinderlaßnen deputierten Herrn Räthen, werden die Herrn Verordneten dises Erzherzogthumbs Österreich hiemit erindert, daß die Underthanen auf den Marchfelt allenthalben endlauffen, unnd die Paß uiber die March ganz unbesezt, und unverwart lassen sollen, darauß dann der feindt so vill mehr Ursachen gewinnet, uber die March zu sezen, und mit Raub Prandt und Mortt so jämmerlich zuverfaren [...]". - Unterzeichner des vorliegenden Schriftstücks dürfte der aus Wien gebürtige Ulrich Krenn zu Krenberg gewesen sein, dessen Lebensweg reich an vielfältigen Tätigkeiten war: Kanzler des Fürstbischofs von Breslau (1576), Klosterrat (1579), mehrmals Dekan der juridischen Fakultät in Wien (zwischen 1584 und 1597), Rektor in Wien (1596), nö. Regimentsrat (1591), Hofrat von Erzherzog Matthias in Staatssachen (1602) und Geheimer Rat von König Matthias (1607). Krenn zu Krenberg besaß die Schlösser Neuwaldegg und Erdberg bei Mistelbach; er hinterließ trotz zweifacher Ehe keinen männlichen Nachkommen. Seine einzige Tochter Johanna Victoria von Krenberg heiratete den Freiherrn Ladislaus von Prag zu Windhag und Engelstein. - Mit zahlr. Läsuren und kl. Einrissen; am rechten Rand stärker angestaubt.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2007-09-29 09:56:39
Porcacchi, Tomaso:
Venice, 1605. Venice,, 1605. Copper engraving, 10.8 x 14.7 cms, engraved by Girolamo Porro, set in descriptive Italian text with woodcut headpiece and historiated initia, recent hand-colour. From L'Isole piu famose del Mondo, one of the most beautifully engraved of the Italian Isolaria or Island books. Map
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