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2018-01-03 18:50:10
Waser, Kaspar (Caspari Wasari, Tig.) [Henry Somerset, Duke of Beaufort; provenance]
Inbunden bok. Caspari Wasari [Vvasari] Tig. De antiquis numis Hebraeorum, Chaldaeorum et Syrorum, quorum s. biblia & rabbinorum scripta meminerunt, libri II: quibus tum sacri, tum profani auctores, locis innumerabilibus, illustrantur : additae sunt figurae numorum, aere eleganter expressae, & interspersa ad antiquitatis notitiam pertinentia: una cum indice rerum & verborum copiosissimo, Operis utilitatem ac necessitatem quasi in synopsi ob oculos ponente. TIGURI [Zürich] In Officinâ Wolphianâ, anno MDCV [1605]. Small 4to [15,4 x 18,8 cm]. (24), folded plate, 108 numbered leaves. Bound in a contemporary full calf binding with gilt spine, five raised bands and blind-tooled covers. Front cover and flyleaf loose. Interior with a few stains, otherwise a clean and neat copy. Flyleaf with the bookplate of Henry Somerset, the second Duke of Beaufort (1684-1714). Last flyleaf with the bookplate of Sir Hector Livingston Duff (1875-1954). Scarce.
Bookseller: Henning Hansen Antikvariat [Sweden]
2018-01-03 07:48:28
[CURIOSA - FACÉTIES]
Paris, [s.n], 1605. 1 vol. in-12. Demie basane XIXe, dos lisse, titre doré en long.Rare recueil de quatre brochures anonymesfacétieuses et gaillardes du temps d'Henri IV, réimprimées à petit nombre durant la première moitié du XVIIIe siècle, pour la plupart à la date de leur édition originale :- Procez et amples examinations sur la vie de Caresme-Prenant. Dans lesquelles sont amplement descrites toutes les tromperies, astuces, caprices, bisarreries, fantasies, brouillemens, inventions, subtilités, folies, desbordemens & paillardises qu'il a commis & fait pratiquer en la présente année. Paris, 1605. Titre, [8]ff.- Traicté de mariage entre Julian Peoger dict, Janicot, & Jacqueline Papinet sa future Espouse. Lyon, Imprimé nouvellement, 1611. [8]ff.- La Copie d'un bail et Ferme faicte par une jeune Dame de son Con. Pour six ans. Paris, Pierre Viart, 1609. [3]ff.- La Raison Pourquoy les Femmes ne portent Barbe au Menton, aussi bien qu'à la Penilliere; Et ce qui a esmeu nosdictes Femmes à porter les grandes Queuës. Paris, 1601. [4]ff.Charmante collection de quatre plaquettes libres, facétieuse et grivoises.Ces pièces dans la tradition rabelaisienne «sont recherchées à cause de la singularité de leurs titres».Brunet, IV, 893-894. Gay, III, 870 - 871, 1233, 724, 930.
Bookseller: Librairie Gaëlle Cambon [France, Tours]
2018-01-02 16:35:43
ACQUAVIVA, Claudio.
A Lymoges par Iaques Barbou 1605 - 16mo, pp. '30' (misnumbered for 130); final leaf short at foremargin (but this is a singleton leaf); woodcut Jesuit device on title; small library stamps on title; a clear waterstain in places but a very nice copy in contemporary limp vellum. A very scarce translation into French of two letters by Claudio Acquaviva (1543-1615), who had been Superior General of the Society of Jesus since 1581. As well as the one named in the title there is also a letter De l'estat et dignité de la religion et Compagnie de Jesus, which is dated Rome 1604, and which towards the end (pp. 93 onwards) becomes a meditation on the twelve perfections of divine nature. Apparently not in the Bibliothèque Nationale de France; no copy found in WorldCat or Copac.
Bookseller: Christopher Edwards ABA ILAB [United Kingdom]
2018-01-01 22:06:00
CASAUBON,I.
Paris (Parisiis), Apud Ambrosium & Hieronymum Drouart, 1605. 8vo. (XVI),356,(2 addenda),(2 blank),38,(2 blank) p., 1 text engraving. Restored full calf 17 'Casaubon produced the first critical survey of literary history in his 'De Satyra Graecorum Poesi & Romanorum Satira', which has gone through many editions and can fairly be called a model of its kind'. (Wilamowitz) (Ref: Brunet 1,1613/14; Ebert 3628) (Details: Binding tastefully and expertly restored, antique style. Back with 4 raised bands. The remains of the original gilt back skillfully attached to the spine. An engraving of an ancient gem on p. 67) (Condition: Title slightly spotted; paper slightly yellowing) (Note: The French scholar Isaac Casaubon, latinized as Casaubonus, 1559-1614, was of Huguenot parents. He studied in Geneva, where he succeeded the Cretan Franciscus Portus as professor in 1582. In 1596 he left for Montpellier to teach. In 1599 the king of France invited him to come to Paris, to aid in a proposed 'restoration' of the university. 'At Paris he had the title 'Lecteur du Roi', but owing doubtless to his remaining true to his protestant principles, he was not appointed to an actual professorship'. (Sandys 2,207) After the murder of Henry IV he had to leave France, and accepted an invitation to come to England, where he was given a pension. He produced many important and often still unsuperseded editions and commentaries, such as Diogenes Laertius (1583), Aristotle (1590), Athenaeus (1596-1600), Historiae Augustae (1603) and Persius (1605). § Isaac Casaubon's 'De Satyrica Graecorum Poesi et Romanorum … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Fragmenta Selecta [AMSTERDAM, Netherlands]
2017-12-29 07:42:02
Barbara Luetke-Stahlman Ph.D.
Used [Publisher: modern signs press, inc. (1996)] 1605
Bookseller: amazon.com
2017-12-28 06:11:13
PERSIUS.
Paris (Parisiis), Apud Ambrosium & Hieronymum Drouart, 1605. 8vo. 2 volumes in 1: (XVI),43,(4);(32),558,(2 blank),26,(1 errata),(1 blank) p. Half calf. 17 cm According to Casaubon the best of the Roman satirists (Ref: Schweiger 2,710; Graesse 5,212; Ebert 16282; cf. Smitskamp, 'The Scaliger collection', no. 116; Fabricius/Ernesti 2,165/66: 'eruditissimus atque divinus commentarius') (Details: Back gilt and with 5 raised bands; red morocco shield in the second compartment. The first title shows an engraving of a 'thiasos': a drunk Bacchus being carried by a bunch of satyrs, and accompanied by some revellers. The second title has an oval woodcut printer's mark; it depicts a thisle flanked by the initials A and D. of Ambrosius (Ambroise) Drouart; there are 2 appropriate mottoes: 'Nul ne s'y frote', (let no one meddle) and 'patere aut abstine' (bear of forebear). The first volume contains a preface, the Latin text of the Satires and 18 pages with 'Glossae veteres in Persium'. The second volume contains the commentary of Casaubon) (Condition: Binding scuffed, especially at the extremes. Head and tail of the spine chafed. Corners bumped. Front joint starting to split. Library stamp and withdrawal stamp on the verso of the title) (Note: The well-born and well-to-do Roman poet Aulus Persius Flaccus, 34-62 A.D., produced during his short life one book (libellus) with 6 satires, together 650 hexameters. 'They are well described as Horatian diatribes transformed by Stoic rhetoric'. (OCD 2nd ed. p. 805) The first is 'on the decay of literary taste in his own time and the neglect of the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Fragmenta Selecta [Netherlands]
2017-12-28 06:11:13
PERSIUS.
Paris (Parisiis), Apud Ambrosium & Hieronymum Drouart, 1605. 8vo. 2 volumes in 1: (XVI),43,(4);(32),558,(2 blank),26,(1 errata),(1 blank) p. Half calf. 17 cm According to Casaubon the best of the Roman satirists (Ref: Schweiger 2,710; Graesse 5,212; Ebert 16282; cf. Smitskamp, 'The Scaliger collection', no. 116; Fabricius/Ernesti 2,165/66: 'eruditissimus atque divinus commentarius') (Details: Back gilt and with 5 raised bands; red morocco shield in the second compartment. The first title shows an engraving of a 'thiasos': a drunk Bacchus being carried by a bunch of satyrs, and accompanied by some revellers. The second title has an oval woodcut printer's mark; it depicts a thisle flanked by the initials A and D. of Ambrosius (Ambroise) Drouart; there are 2 appropriate mottoes: 'Nul ne s'y frote', (let no one meddle) and 'patere aut abstine' (bear of forebear). The first volume contains a preface, the Latin text of the Satires and 18 pages with 'Glossae veteres in Persium'. The second volume contains the commentary of Casaubon) (Condition: Binding scuffed, especially at the extremes. Head and tail of the spine chafed. Corners bumped. Front joint starting to split. Library stamp and withdrawal stamp on the verso of the title) (Note: The well-born and well-to-do Roman poet Aulus Persius Flaccus, 34-62 A.D., produced during his short life one book (libellus) with 6 satires, together 650 hexameters. 'They are well described as Horatian diatribes transformed by Stoic rhetoric'. (OCD 2nd ed. p. 805) The first is 'on the decay of literary taste in his own time and the neglect of the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Fragmenta Selecta [AMSTERDAM, Netherlands]
2017-12-27 22:39:11
Used [Publisher: nodin press; first edition edition (october 15, 2003)] 1605
Bookseller: amazon.com
2017-12-27 10:09:59
Anonyme
PROCEZ ET AMPLES EXAMINATIONS SUR LA VIE DE CARESME-PRENANT. Rare recueil de DIX SEPT plaquettes facétieuses et gaillardes, éditées à l'époque du Vert-galant et réimprimées ensemble au XVIIIe siècle sous les mêmes dates. I. - PROCEZ ET AMPLES EXAMINATIONS SUR LA VIE DE CARESME-PRENANT. Dans lesquelles sont amplement descrites toutes les tromperies, astuces, caprices, bisarreries, fantaisies, brouillemens, inventions, subtilités, folies, débordemens et paillardises qu'il a commis et fait pratiquer en la présente année. Avec la Sentence, Mandement, et Bannissement général donnez et publiez contre luy, de l'Ordonnance et commission du seigneur Caresme. Traduit d'italien en français. Paris, 1605. (9) ff. II. - TRAICTÉ DE MARIAGE ENTRE JULIAN PEOGER DIT JANICOT, & JAQUELINE PAPINET SA FUTURE ÉPOUSE. Lyon, 1611. (8) ff. III. - LA COPIE D'UN BAIL ET FERME FAICTE PAR UNE JEUNE DAME DE SON CON. POUR SIX ANS. Paris, Pierre Viart, 1609. (3) ff. IV. - LA RAISON POURQUOY LES FEMMES NE PORTENT BARBE AU MENTON, AUSSI BIEN QU'A LA PÉNILLIÈRE ; et ce qui a esmeu nosdictes Femmes à porter les grandes Queuës. Paris, 1601. (4) ff. V. - LA SOURCE ET ORIGINE DES CONS SAUVAGES, et la manière de les aprivoiser, et le moyen de prédire toutes choses à advenir par iceux. Plus la cruelle Bataille de Messer Bidault culbute et ses compagnons contre le Reverend Monflard le Baveux, ses aliez et confederez. Plus enrichy du Bail à Ferme desdits Cons, avec les sens et rentes et tout ce qui en despend. Lyon, Jean de la Montagne, 1610. (12) ff. Pièce en prose et en vers. VI. - LA GRANDE ET VÉRITABLE PRONOSTICATION DES CONS SAUVAGES, AVEC LA MANIÈRE DE LES APRIVOISER, NOUVELLEMENT IMPRIMÉ PAR L'AUTORITÉ DE L'ABBÉ DES CONARS. Sans lieu ni date. 10 pp. Pièce en vers. VII. - LA SOURCE DU GROS FESSIER DES NOURRICES, ET LA RAISON POURQUOY ELLES SONT SI FENDUES ENTRE LES JAMBES. Avec la complainte de Monsieur le Cul contre les Inventeurs des Vertugalles. Rouen, Yves Bomont, sans date. 18 pp. VIII. - SERMON JO
Divers, 1605. 1 fort vol In8, reliure 1/2 toile, pièce de titre, comprenant 17 fascicules dont les 7 derniers sont illustrés de fines gravures par GILBERT, PETIT.... En-tête, culs-de-lampe et 7 gravures pleine page. Intérieur très frais, imprimé sur vergé. Petit manque de papier bas dernière page (en marge). Reliure XIX° modeste en bon état. Ensemble rarissime. Photos sur demande.
Bookseller: Librairie Grison Jean-Louis [FR]
2017-12-26 22:27:04
Cayet, Pierre Victor Palma [P.V.P.C.]
J. Richer, Paris. Engraved additional title page, [4 lvs.], 498 leaves, [2 lvs.]. (Leaves incorrectly numbered: 113, 152, 175, 196, 209, 216, 241, 286, 317, 385, 389, 405, 409, 414, 482). Engraved title with vignette of Henri IV, signed I de Weert. The rare first edition (second issue with leaves 20 and 207 numbered correctly, and leaf 207 correctly foliated. A second edition was also published in 1605). The final two unnumbered leaves are errata, extract of the privilege and permission to print, and signed in print Maclot, dated Paris, February 28, 1605. Spine title is: Histoire de la paix sovs Henri IV. "Contains details of voyages to the East and West Indies, more particularly Canada. from 1598 to 1604. The first edition was Paris. 1605" (Sabin). Contains one of the earliest accounts of Champlain's voyage to North America. The detailed account is is based on Champlain's book "Des Sauvages: ou voyage de Samuel Champlain, de Brouages, faite en la France nouvelle l'an 1603, which discussed the expedition to North America on a fur-trading trip led by François Gravé Du Pont for Aymar de Chaste, in which Champlain mapped the Saint Lawrence River. There is also much on the activities of the Jesuits in New Grenada, Peru, the Philippines, Japan, China, and other areas. This issue with the engraved title found is some copies, but not mentioned by Sabin or Alden & Landis. European Americana 605/21; JCB II:34; Palau 50667; Sabin 11627n. Harrisse 395. Alden 117. Very good, vellum soiled, lacking free endpapers, a few leaves soiled, very minor dampstaining to a few corners; remnant of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Kaaterskill Books, ABAA/ILAB [East Jewett, NY, U.S.A.]
2017-12-26 22:27:04
Cayet, Pierre Victor Palma [P.V.P.C.]
J. Richer, Paris. Engraved additional title page, [4 lvs.], 498 leaves, [2 lvs.]. (Leaves incorrectly numbered: 113, 152, 175, 196, 209, 216, 241, 286, 317, 385, 389, 405, 409, 414, 482). Engraved title with vignette of Henri IV, signed I de Weert. The rare first edition (second issue with leaves 20 and 207 numbered correctly, and leaf 207 correctly foliated. A second edition was also published in 1605). The final two unnumbered leaves are errata, extract of the privilege and permission to print, and signed in print Maclot, dated Paris, February 28, 1605. Spine title is: Histoire de la paix sovs Henri IV. "Contains details of voyages to the East and West Indies, more particularly Canada. from 1598 to 1604. The first edition was Paris. 1605" (Sabin). Contains one of the earliest accounts of Champlain's voyage to North America. The detailed account is is based on Champlain's book "Des Sauvages: ou voyage de Samuel Champlain, de Brouages, faite en la France nouvelle l'an 1603, which discussed the expedition to North America on a fur-trading trip led by François Gravé Du Pont for Aymar de Chaste, in which Champlain mapped the Saint Lawrence River. There is also much on the activities of the Jesuits in New Grenada, Peru, the Philippines, Japan, China, and other areas. This issue with the engraved title found is some copies, but not mentioned by Sabin or Alden & Landis. European Americana 605/21; JCB II:34; Palau 50667; Sabin 11627n. Harrisse 395. Alden 117. Very good, vellum soiled, lacking free endpapers, a few leaves soiled, very minor dampstaining to a few corners; remnant of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Kaaterskill Books, ABAA/ILAB [East Jewett, NY, U.S.A.]
2017-12-26 22:27:04
Cayet, Pierre Victor Palma [P.V.P.C.]
J. Richer, Paris. Engraved additional title page, [4 lvs.], 498 leaves, [2 lvs.]. (Leaves incorrectly numbered: 113, 152, 175, 196, 209, 216, 241, 286, 317, 385, 389, 405, 409, 414, 482). Engraved title with vignette of Henri IV, signed I de Weert. The rare first edition (second issue with leaves 20 and 207 numbered correctly, and leaf 207 correctly foliated. A second edition was also published in 1605). The final two unnumbered leaves are errata, extract of the privilege and permission to print, and signed in print Maclot, dated Paris, February 28, 1605. Spine title is: Histoire de la paix sovs Henri IV. "Contains details of voyages to the East and West Indies, more particularly Canada. from 1598 to 1604. The first edition was Paris. 1605" (Sabin). Contains one of the earliest accounts of Champlain's voyage to North America. The detailed account is is based on Champlain's book "Des Sauvages: ou voyage de Samuel Champlain, de Brouages, faite en la France nouvelle l'an 1603, which discussed the expedition to North America on a fur-trading trip led by François Gravé Du Pont for Aymar de Chaste, in which Champlain mapped the Saint Lawrence River. There is also much on the activities of the Jesuits in New Grenada, Peru, the Philippines, Japan, China, and other areas. This issue with the engraved title found is some copies, but not mentioned by Sabin or Alden & Landis. European Americana 605/21; JCB II:34; Palau 50667; Sabin 11627n. Harrisse 395. Alden 117. Very good, vellum soiled, lacking free endpapers, a few leaves soiled, very minor dampstaining to a few corners; remnant of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Kaaterskill Books, ABAA/ILAB [East Jewett, NY, U.S.A.]
2017-12-26 14:52:59
Tom? Mario Kalmar
Used [Publisher: routledge; 2 edition (march 12, 2015)] 1605
Bookseller: amazon.com
2017-12-26 08:07:56
Giovanni Antonio MAGINI (1555 - 1617)
Isola di / Sardegna, tavola 60 in Italia di Gio: Ant. Magini data in luce da Fabio suo figliuolo Al Serenissimo Ferdinando Gonzaga Duca di Mantova e di Monferrato etc. Carta della Sardegna con tre cartigli decorativi e un mostro marino. Realizzata prima del 1605, misura cm 34,3 x 44,5 e, considerando il lato lungo, è in scala di circa 1:736.000, ha i margini graduati ma senza riferimenti numerici e con la suddivisione di 1°, sia per le latitudini sia per le longitudini. Scala di miglia Venti Italiane. L'immagine della Sardegna è tratta da quella disegnata intorno al 1577 dall'ingegnere militare Rocco Cappelino la quale, pur non essendo la migliore in circolazione (soprattutto se confrontata con quella realizzata dal Mercatore), grazie all'avallo datole dal Magini, ebbe un enorme credito e venne diffusa soprattutto dell'editoria francese e olandese. La carta, gradevolmente decorata, contiene tre bei cartigli: in quello in alto a sinistra è contenuta la dedica al Cardinale Alessandro Ottaviano de' Medici. Il titolo si trova nel cartiglio in alto a destra, ornato con motivi vegetali e figure di mostri, secondo il gusto dell'epoca. In basso a sinistra, in un altro cartiglio è inserita la scala grafica. L'interno della carta è rappresentato come un insieme montuoso, nella quale gruppi di mucchi di talpa sono collocati in maniera del tutto arbitraria. I numerosi fiumi sono tracciati con una doppia linea. Le coste sono caratterizzate da profonde insenature e da ampi golfi. Il mare è reso con un fitto tratteggio ondulato di linee bianche alternate e fasci di linee scure. Nella part … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2017-12-26 06:42:36
Giovanni Antonio MAGINI (1555 - 1617)
Isola di / Sardegna, tavola 60 in Italia di Gio: Ant. Magini data in luce da Fabio suo figliuolo Al Serenissimo Ferdinando Gonzaga Duca di Mantova e di Monferrato etc. Carta della Sardegna con tre cartigli decorativi e un mostro marino. Realizzata prima del 1605, misura cm 34,3 x 44,5 e, considerando il lato lungo, è in scala di circa 1:736.000, ha i margini graduati ma senza riferimenti numerici e con la suddivisione di 1°, sia per le latitudini sia per le longitudini. Scala di miglia Venti Italiane. L'immagine della Sardegna è tratta da quella disegnata intorno al 1577 dall'ingegnere militare Rocco Cappelino la quale, pur non essendo la migliore in circolazione (soprattutto se confrontata con quella realizzata dal Mercatore), grazie all'avallo datole dal Magini, ebbe un enorme credito e venne diffusa soprattutto dell'editoria francese e olandese. La carta, gradevolmente decorata, contiene tre bei cartigli: in quello in alto a sinistra è contenuta la dedica al Cardinale Alessandro Ottaviano de' Medici. Il titolo si trova nel cartiglio in alto a destra, ornato con motivi vegetali e figure di mostri, secondo il gusto dell'epoca. In basso a sinistra, in un altro cartiglio è inserita la scala grafica. L'interno della carta è rappresentato come un insieme montuoso, nella quale gruppi di mucchi di talpa sono collocati in maniera del tutto arbitraria. I numerosi fiumi sono tracciati con una doppia linea. Le coste sono caratterizzate da profonde insenature e da ampi golfi. Il mare è reso con un fitto tratteggio ondulato di linee bianche alternate e fasci di linee scure. Nella part … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2017-12-24 04:56:09
Used [Publisher: ediciones b; tra edition (april 30, 2012)] 1605
Bookseller: amazon.com
2017-12-23 10:13:57
ALLEGRI Alessandro
appresso Francesco dalle Donne / Bortolamio Merlo dalle Donne / G.A. Caneo e R. Grosi, 1605. In-16 gr. (mm. 184x129), 4 parti (dello stesso A.) in 1 tomo, p. marocchino ottocentesco, sottili cornici con fregi oro ai piatti, dorso a cordoni con ricca decoraz. e tit. oro, dentelles dorate ai risg., tagli dorati, 36 cc.nn., marca tipografica al frontespizio. Segue: - "Seconda parte delle Rime Piacevoli". Raccolte dal Comm. fra Iacopo Gucci Cav. Gerosolomitano; e da Francesco Allegri date in luce. Verona, Bortolamio Merlo dalle Donne (1607), 33 cc.nn., 1 c.b., marca tipografica al frontesp. Dedicato da Francesco Allegri (fratello dell'A.) a Lorenzo Mattioli. Segue: - "La Terza parte delle Rime Piacevoli". Raccolte dal Comm. Agnol Minerbetti; e dal Cav. Lorenzo Mattioli date in luce. Fiorenza, Gio. Antonio Caneo e Raffaello Grossi (1608), 3 cc.nn., 1 c.b., 30 cc.num., 1 c.nn. (errata), 1 c.b. Dedicata dal Mattioli ad Andrea Morelli. Segue: - "La Quarta Parte delle Rime Piacevoli". Dal Sig. Francesco Caliari raccolte, e date in luce. Verona, Bortolamio Merlo dalle Donne (1613), 56 cc.nn., marca tipografica al frontesp. Dedicata dal Caliari ad Angelo Marzi-Medici, Canonico del Duomo di Pisa. Tutto il testo è inquadrato in bella cornice xilografica e ornato da fregi e grandi capilettera figur. a vignetta, pure inc. su legno. Al fine è stato aggiunto un antico manoscritto (di 8 cc.nn.) con la trascrizione di un'altra opera dell'A. Sono le "Lettere di Ser Poi, Pedante nella corte de Donati", dirette a Pietro Bembo, Giovanni Boccaccj & Francesco Petrarca. Dedicate à M. Giovanni della … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi [IT]
2017-12-22 15:54:41
Paruta Paolo
1605. In-4 (26 cm) (4) 840 (34), 320 (16). Doppio frontespizio all'inizio di ciascuna parte con ritratto dell'autore. Legatura antica in piena pergamena. Piccola abrasione al dorso e alla cuffia inferiore. Fatto stampare da: Giouanni Paruta, & fratelli (che firmano la dedica). Il titolo della seconda parte è: Della historia vinetiana di Paolo Paruta caualiere, et procuratore di San Marco, parte seconda. Nella quale in libri tre si contiene la guerra fatta dalla lega de' prencipi christiani contra Selino ottomano, per occasione del regno di Cipro. Paruta Paolo (1540-1598). Storico e politico. Storiografo ufficiale della Repubblica di Venezia dal 1579. Nato e morto a Venezia. "E' divisa in due parti: la prima ha la storia dal 1513 al 1551, e la seconda ha la narrazione della guerra di Cipro, ..." Cicogna p.76. La figura di Storico Ufficiale della Repubblica, dopo il Sabellico, venne resa una carica istituzionale all'interno dell'ordinamento della Serenissima; questi soli potevano accedere al'archivio dei documenti della Repubblica a Palazzo Ducale. (Cicogna N. 576 pag. 78 "... Tutti poi i suddetti primi sei storici, cioè: Sabellico, Bembo, Paruta, Morosini, Nani, Foscarini, vennero ristampati per le cure principalmente di Apostolo Zeno, in Venezia, pel Lovisa, nel 1718-1722, in volumi dieci in quarto, dei quali esemplari trovansi impressi in carta grande, premessavi erudita prefazione intorno agli Storici Veneziani, , le Vite di ciascun autore, ed altre cose che rendono pregevolissima tale collezione, in cui tennesi l'orifinaria lingua dell'autore".
Bookseller: Libreria Emiliana [IT]
2017-12-22 15:53:17
Paruta Paolo-
Generico. Used. Venezia, appresso Domenico Nicolini, 1605, due parti rilegate in due volumi in-4to legature in piena pergamena coeva con unghie e titoli manoscritti ai dorsi, tagli spruzzati, pp. (4)-840-(36) + 320- (16) con due ritratti xilografici dell'Autore ai frontespizi, testate e capilettera xilografici. Qualche chiosa d'epoca. Eccellente copia con lieve gora marginale ad un lato delle sole pagine d'indice e per due, tre cm.
Bookseller: LIBRERIA PIANI [Italy]
2017-12-21 19:45:13
MCPF, GCF Vivian C. Kistler
Used [Publisher: columba publishing company, inc (january 1, 2004)] 1605
Bookseller: amazon.com
2017-12-20 14:26:24
VERSTEGAN R[ichard]
Concerning the most noble and renovv- Med [sic] English nation. By the studie and trauaile of R.V. Dedicated vnto the Kings most excellent Maiestie. Printed at Antvverp by Robert Bruney, 1605. And to be sold at London in Paules-Churchyeard, By Iohn Norton and Iohn Bill. Sm 4to; half-title not called for; title-page printed in red and black; copper-engraved vignette of the Tower of Babel on title-page, and eleven copper-engravings in the text; wood-cut initial letters and tail-pieces; pp.[24]+338+[ii (engraving, blank on verso)]+[11]+[i (blank)]; later full natural calf, applied back, five bands raised over the cords, red lettering-piece, sides elaborately tooled blind, with borders and center ornaments, in period style; end-papers of old paper. Tissued repair to small hole in front paste-down; title-page a little foxed and dusty and with neat eighteenth-century inscription in upper fore-corner; some very light foxing and embrowning; otherwise a nice copy with good margins. The first and best edition, later printings, of which there were many, having fewer and/or worse illustrations. An interesting work on the origins of the British nation, tracing the early invasions of Great Britain and the formation of its language, with particular reference to Anglo-Saxon (including a glossary), etymologies of Anglo-Saxon proper names, titles of honour, offices, terms of contempt, etc., and digressions which include the first appearance of the story of the Pied Piper in English, and a discussion of English werewolves. "A seminal work of Anglo-Saxon scholarship" - ODNB. Verstegan, earlier … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Robert Temple Booksellers [United Kingdom]
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2017-12-20 12:59:06
Alonso de Herrera, Gregorio de los Ríos
Pamplona, Mathias Mares, 1605 / Zaragoza, Carlos de Labayen y Juan de Larumbe, 1604. Ambas obras a costa de Hernando de Espinal. 4º mayor, [4]+242+[2]+12 f, NO INCLUYE LA HOJA DE ERRATAS, PRESENTE EN OTROS EJEMPLARES CONSULTADOS, PERO SIN EMBARGO NO PARECE HABER SIDO ARRANCADA. Pergamino encogido en bordes, pequeñas faltas, guardas despegadas y con deterioros. Papel moteado, manchas, puntas dobladas, punta inferior de últimas hojas deteriorada y con faltas, afectando levemente en algunos casos; galerías en margen inferior de f 140-163, sin afectar. SEGUNDA OBRA CON PORTADA PROPIA, con escudo real. Pérez Goyena 224
Bookseller: MIQUELEIZ ANTIGUEDADES [PAMPLONA, Spain]
2017-12-19 12:06:19
PORCACCHI THOMASO -
Venezia, appresso heredi di Simon Galignani, 1605, 4to legatura antica in piena pergamena con tassello con fregi e titoli dorati al dorso, pp. (24)-211, bel frontespizio inciso in rame con figure allegoriche (rinforzato ma integro) numerose testate, capolettera e finali xilografici e con 47 mappe delle isole incise in rame a mezza pagina nel testo (compreso un mappamondo e la "carta da navigare" con le rotte ed i venti. Seconda edizione di questo celebre isolario, arricchita di 16 nuove carte geografiche rispetto alla prima edizione del 1572. Le belle incisoni, in stile Lafreriano, sono opera dell'artista veneziano G. Porro e raffigurano Islanda, le Isole Ebridi e Orcadi, Gotland, Irlanda, Inghilterra, Scozia, Olanda, Isole Selandie, Maiorca, Minorca, Corsica, Elba, Sardegna, Sicilia, Malta, Venezia, l'arcipelago delle isole greche, Corfù, Isole Echinadi (Curzolari), immagine della battaglia di Lepanto, Cefalonia, Zante, il Peloponneso (Morea), Cythera (Cerigo), Creta, Karpathos (Scarpanto), Rodi, Santorini, Milo, Naxos (Nicsia), Chio (Scio), Lesbo (Metellino), Costantinopoli, Lemnos (Lenno), Eubea (Negroponte), Cipro, pianta di Città del Messico, carta del centro e Nord 'America (mondo nuovo), Santo Domingo, Cuba, Jamaica, S. Lorenzo, S. Giovanni (Isole Vergini), Ceylon (Taprobana), le isole Molucche, Mappamondo, Mappamondo (carta nautica) e l'Istria.
Bookseller: Libreria Naturalistica snc [Italy]
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2017-12-17 21:30:39
PORCACCHI Thomaso -
Venezia, appresso heredi di Simon Galignani, 1605, 4to legatura antica in piena pergamena con tassello con fregi e titoli dorati al dorso, pp. (24)-211, bel frontespizio inciso in rame con figure allegoriche (rinforzato ma integro) numerose testate, capolettera e finali xilografici e con 47 mappe delle isole incise in rame a mezza pagina nel testo (compreso un mappamondo e la "carta da navigare" con le rotte ed i venti. Seconda edizione di questo celebre isolario, arricchita di 16 nuove carte geografiche rispetto alla prima edizione del 1572. Le belle incisoni, in stile Lafreriano, sono opera dell?artista veneziano G. Porro e raffigurano Islanda, le Isole Ebridi e Orcadi, Gotland, Irlanda, Inghilterra, Scozia, Olanda, Isole Selandie, Maiorca, Minorca, Corsica, Elba, Sardegna, Sicilia, Malta, Venezia, l'arcipelago delle isole greche, Corf?, Isole Echinadi (Curzolari), immagine della battaglia di Lepanto, Cefalonia, Zante, il Peloponneso (Morea), Cythera (Cerigo), Creta, Karpathos (Scarpanto), Rodi, Santorini, Milo, Naxos (Nicsia), Chio (Scio), Lesbo (Metellino), Costantinopoli, Lemnos (Lenno), Eubea (Negroponte), Cipro, pianta di Citt? del Messico, carta del centro e Nord 'America (mondo nuovo), Santo Domingo, Cuba, Jamaica, S. Lorenzo, S. Giovanni (Isole Vergini), Ceylon (Taprobana), le isole Molucche, Mappamondo, Mappamondo (carta nautica) e l'Istria.
Bookseller: Libreria Piani già' Naturalistica snc [Italy]
2017-12-14 12:19:14
VARIOS AUTORES
Ilustrado por Salvador Dalí Edición de Martín de Riquer Sin duda estamos ante una edición de El Quijote exclusiva y muy singular. Ilustrada con magníficas acuarelas a doble página y multitud de dibujos en pluma realizados por Salvador Dalí, se trata de la primera recopilación de todas las obras que el artista creó sobre este tema, que acompaña al texto revisado y actualizado por Martín de Riquer, miembro de la Real Academia Española. Un lujo al alcance de todos para celebrar el IV centenario (1605-2005) de la publicación de la obra más universal de la literatura española. Su cuidada encuadernació en tapa dura, con lomo en tela, y su presentación en un estuche guardapolvo otorgan a este clásico imperecedero la excepcional calidad que merece.
Bookseller: BOOKS LEO [ MEX]
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2017-12-11 10:58:44
- Antique print, titled: 'Iapaniae Regnum.' - Handsome miniature map of Japan, after Ptolemy's 2nd century map. A sea-monster in the ocean south of the Japanese isles. Copperplate engraving / etching. on hand laid paper. Description: One of four maps on one sheet, published in Wytfliet's "Histoire universelle des Indes", published in several editions from 1605 (?).Artists and Engravers: Anonymous. Condition: Very good, given age. Irregular right edge. A faint stain in the lower left margin corner. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: BG-C1-37 The overall size is ca. 6.7 x 5.6 inch. The image size is ca. 4.8 x 3.8 inch. The overall size is ca. 17 x 14.2 cm. The image size is ca. 12.3 x 9.6 cm.
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector
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2017-12-09 09:42:45
Gentili, Alberici
The rare variant printing (with Gentili's dedication to James I) of the work significantly modifying Gentili's views on absolutism and on the right of rebellion as set forth in his 'De Iure Belli', supporting Bodin and likely influential upon Hobbes. Modern brown calf, blind ruled and gilt lettered, some browning else well preserved, no copy in OCLC in North America or in the UK; the Taussig copy. Apud Guilielmum Antonium, Hanoviae, 1605.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2017-12-05 11:51:46
Corpus Iuris Canonici.
Papae V. Constitutiones.../ Decretales D. Gregorij Papae IX...Venetiis, Apud Socios Aquilae Renovantis, 1605. 4 voll. in 4 (cm. 24,4x17,5), leg. p.perg. (allentata e molto guasta), gr. nervi ai dorsi con tit. calligr. - Vol. I: cc.nn. 42, pp. 1020 - Vol. II: pp. 1021-1904; cc.nn. 14; pp. 130 (Margarita Decreti seu Tabula Martiniana)-(4)-2 bb.; 56 (Additiones Super Decreto D. Andreae Alciati) - Vol. III (5 parti): pp- (8)-592 (Sexti Decretalium); 243 (Clementinae Constitutiones)-1 b.; (4)-262 (Extravagantes Tum Viginti D. Ioannis Papae XXII)-(30 Indice); 64 (Additiones Super Sexto Decretalium D. Andreae Alciati); 30 (Additiones Super Clementinas D. Andreae Alciati) - Vol. IV: cc. nn. 28 (front. lacunoso e mal restaurato), pp. 1378-56 (Additiones Super Decretalibus D. Andreae Alciati). Nel vol. I e nel vol. III ai front. ritr. xilogr. dei Papi entro ovale con tit. a car. rosso-nero e marca tipogr. (Aquila. Renovabitur ut aquilae iuventus tua), testo del decreto al centro delle pagine circondato da glosse, iniz. xilogr. ornate e 3 xilogr. a piena pagina dell' 'Arbor Consanguinitatis' e 'Arbor affinitatis' (vol. I, pp. 1723 e 1731 - vol. III, p. 240). Mancano le pp. 180 (vol. II) dell' Index tripartitus di Francolini datato 1604 e le pp. 48 finali nel vol. IV. Lavori di tarlo sulla legatura e all' interno in varie carte con perdita di qq. lettera, pochi segnacci fatti con inchiostro, macchie, maldestri restauri ad un front. e ad una carta finale. Nel complesso discreto esempl. di questa monumentale opera (a cura di Francolini e di Alciati) nell' edizione veneziana dei "Socii Aq … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Salimbeni [IT]
2017-12-01 22:37:10
Castagnizza, Juan de (Castaniza), Timotheo (auch Timoteo) da Bagno.
Venetia, Domenico Imberti 1605. 4°. (14) S., 392 S. Altes Pergament mit goldgepr. Rückenschildchen und goldgeprägten Wappen-Supralibros auf den Deckeln. Alte Vorbesitzervermerke auf Titelblatt. Sehr gutes Exemplar.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Fatzer ILAB [Zug, Switzerland]
2017-11-30 09:26:16
Holsteyn, Pieter (II) (1614-1673), after Bray, Jean de (1626/27-1697)
Portrait of Jean de la Chambre (1605-1668) engraver and calligrapher. His bust is directed to the right, with his head slightly turned to face the viewer. De la Chambre is holding a quill pen. Lettered below the picture: 'Verscheÿde gheschriften op ... Chambre Franchoysche Schoolm. Tot Haerlem Anno 1666'; signed on the bottom left: 'J.D. Bray Pinxit.' and on the righ:'P. Holsteyn Sculpt.' Muller (II, nr. 1002) Hollstein (IX, 6)
Bookseller: Historisch Antiquariaat A.G. van der Ste
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2017-11-29 21:26:49
Cayet, Pierre Victor Palma [P.V.P.C.]
Paris: J. Richer, 1605. First edition, second issue. Full contemporary vellum with manuscript title. Very good, vellum soiled, lacking free endpapers, a few leaves soiled, very minor dampstaining to a few corners; remnant of later bookseller ticket on verso of engraved title, modern dealer's tag on front pastedown, notations on verso of title crossed through.. Engraved additional title page, [4 lvs.], 498 leaves, [2 lvs.]. (Leaves incorrectly numbered: 113, 152, 175, 196, 209, 216, 241, 286, 317, 385, 389, 405, 409, 414, 482). Engraved title with vignette of Henri IV, signed I de Weert. The rare first edition (second issue with leaves 20 and 207 numbered correctly, and leaf 207 correctly foliated. A second edition was also published in 1605). The final two unnumbered leaves are errata, extract of the privilege and permission to print, and signed in print Maclot, dated Paris, February 28, 1605. Spine title is: Histoire de la paix sovs Henri IV. "Contains details of voyages to the East and West Indies, more particularly Canada. from 1598 to 1604. The first edition was Paris. 1605" (Sabin). Contains one of the earliest accounts of Champlain's voyage to North America. The detailed account is is based on Champlain's book "Des Sauvages: ou voyage de Samuel Champlain, de Brouages, faite en la France nouvelle l'an 1603, which discussed the expedition to North America on a fur-trading trip led by François Gravé Du Pont for Aymar de Chaste, in which Champlain mapped the Saint Lawrence River. There is also much on the activities of the Jesuits in New Grenada, Peru, the Philippines, … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-11-29 21:26:49
Cayet, Pierre Victor Palma [P.V.P.C.]
Paris: J. Richer, 1605. First edition, second issue. Full contemporary vellum with manuscript title. Very good, vellum soiled, lacking free endpapers, a few leaves soiled, very minor dampstaining to a few corners; remnant of later bookseller ticket on verso of engraved title, modern dealer's tag on front pastedown, notations on verso of title crossed through.. Engraved additional title page, [4 lvs.], 498 leaves, [2 lvs.]. (Leaves incorrectly numbered: 113, 152, 175, 196, 209, 216, 241, 286, 317, 385, 389, 405, 409, 414, 482). Engraved title with vignette of Henri IV, signed I de Weert. The rare first edition (second issue with leaves 20 and 207 numbered correctly, and leaf 207 correctly foliated. A second edition was also published in 1605). The final two unnumbered leaves are errata, extract of the privilege and permission to print, and signed in print Maclot, dated Paris, February 28, 1605. Spine title is: Histoire de la paix sovs Henri IV. "Contains details of voyages to the East and West Indies, more particularly Canada. from 1598 to 1604. The first edition was Paris. 1605" (Sabin). Contains one of the earliest accounts of Champlain's voyage to North America. The detailed account is is based on Champlain's book "Des Sauvages: ou voyage de Samuel Champlain, de Brouages, faite en la France nouvelle l'an 1603, which discussed the expedition to North America on a fur-trading trip led by François Gravé Du Pont for Aymar de Chaste, in which Champlain mapped the Saint Lawrence River. There is also much on the activities of the Jesuits in New Grenada, Peru, the Philippines, … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-11-29 21:26:49
Cayet, Pierre Victor Palma [P.V.P.C.]
J. Richer, Paris 1605 - Engraved additional title page, [4 lvs.], 498 leaves, [2 lvs.]. Engraved title with vignette of Henri IV, signed I de Weert. The rare first edition (second issue with leaves 20 and 207 numbered correctly, and leaf 207 correctly foliated. A second edition was also published in 1605). The final two unnumbered leaves are errata, extract of the privilege and permission to print, and signed in print Maclot, dated Paris, February 28, 1605. Spine title is: Histoire de la paix sovs Henri IV. "Contains details of voyages to the East and West Indies, more particularly Canada. from 1598 to 1604. The first edition was Paris. 1605" (Sabin). Contains one of the earliest accounts of Champlain's voyage to North America. The detailed account is is based on Champlain's book "Des Sauvages: ou voyage de Samuel Champlain, de Brouages, faite en la France nouvelle l'an 1603, which discussed the expedition to North America on a fur-trading trip led by François Gravé Du Pont for Aymar de Chaste, in which Champlain mapped the Saint Lawrence River. There is also much on the activities of the Jesuits in New Grenada, Peru, the Philippines, Japan, China, and other areas. This issue with the engraved title found is some copies, but not mentioned by Sabin or Alden & Landis. European Americana 605/21; JCB II:34; Palau 50667; Sabin 11627n. Harrisse 395. Alden 117. Very good, vellum soiled, lacking free endpapers, a few leaves soiled, very minor dampstaining to a few corners; remnant of later bookseller ticket on verso of engraved title, modern dealer's tag on front pastedown, notatio … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Kaaterskill Books, ABAA/ILAB [East Jewett, NY, U.S.A.]
2017-11-26 20:06:13
Saltern, George
Only edition of the tract written by a Middle Temple barrister, appearing as the union of England and Scotland was contested, "unique in its singular focus on demonstrating the existence of a British common law tradition from the mists of antiquity". Modern vellum, the title slightly darkened with its lower margin cut close (no text affected), the Huth copy with his bookplate; the Taussig copy. Printed [by Edward Allde] for Iohn Iaggard [etc.], London, 1605.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2017-11-25 12:04:28
Used [Publisher: skira rizzoli (june 16, 2015)] 1605
Bookseller: amazon.com
2017-11-23 13:57:17
dé CRESCENZI Piero -
Firenze, appresso Cosimo Giunti, 1605, 8vo (cm. 21,35 x 16) piena pergamena molle coeva con titolo manoscritto al dorso, pp. (8)-576-(12), marca tipografica xilografica al frontespizio, testatine e capolettera incisi. Unito manoscritto coevo di quattro pagine. Gamba, 375; Ceresoli, 185; Westbury, 14; Brunet, II, 418.
Bookseller: Libreria Piani già Naturalistica [IT]
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2017-11-23 13:57:17
dé CRESCENZI Piero -
Firenze, appresso Cosimo Giunti, 1605, 8vo (cm. 21,35 x 16) piena pergamena molle coeva con titolo manoscritto al dorso, pp. (8)-576-(12), marca tipografica xilografica al frontespizio, testatine e capolettera incisi. Unito manoscritto coevo di quattro pagine. Gamba, 375; Ceresoli, 185; Westbury, 14; Brunet, II, 418.
Bookseller: Libreria Piani già  Naturalistica
2017-11-22 19:45:01
MENOCHIO GIACOMO (1532-1607); MENOCHIUS JACOBUS; MENOCHII JACOBI (JACQUES)
Apud Haeredem Hieronymi Scoti, 1605. Pagine: CII+1008 . Illustrazioni: Bella vignetta (LE TRE GRAZIE IN UN PALMETO) incisa in frontespizio con motto VIRTUS IN OMNIA RE DOMINATUR. . Formato: 4° . Ex libris: Firme antiche di appartenenza. . Rilegatura: Cartonato coevo in pergamena con al dorso quattro nervature. Mancanza di pergamena nell'ultimo occhiello del dorso in alto.Scritte antiche nel dorso (Autore e Titolo). Nome dell'autore e titolo marchiati a fuoco nel taglio. . Stato: Buono . Caratteristiche: L'autore, giurista pavese, fu molto celebrato nella sua epoca come uno dei maggiori giuristi. Fece parte della scuola dei cosiddetti pratici. Fu insegnante a Pavia, Padova e Mondovì e fece parte del Senato Milanese. Produsse molti trattati, molto concentrati in particolare sul possesso.Presenza di segni di tarlo nell'indice iniziale e per qualche pagina anche all'interno del volume ma relativa al solo bordo bianco interno per la prima e al bordo alto bianco per la seconda..Qualche brunitura. . Note epoca: MDCV
Bookseller: Scripta Manent di Diego Delfino [IT]
2017-11-22 19:39:06
Seneca
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto [IT]
2017-11-22 19:07:48
NERVEZE (Antoine de)
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne J.-Marc Dechaud [France, Crissay-sur-Manse]
2017-11-19 07:05:45
PARUTA Paolo -
Venezia, appresso Domenico Nicolini, 1605, due parti rilegate in due volumi in-4to legature in piena pergamena coeva con unghie e titoli manoscritti ai dorsi, tagli spruzzati, pp. (4)-840-(36) + 320- (16) con due ritratti xilografici dell'Autore ai frontespizi, testate e capilettera xilografici. Qualche chiosa d'epoca. Eccellente copia con lieve gora marginale ad un lato delle sole pagine d'indice e per due, tre cm.
Bookseller: Libreria Piani già  Naturalistica [Italy]
2017-11-17 21:59:35
PARUTA Paolo -
Venezia, appresso Domenico Nicolini, 1605, due parti rilegate in due volumi in-4to legature in piena pergamena coeva con unghie e titoli manoscritti ai dorsi, tagli spruzzati, pp. (4)-840-(36) + 320- (16) con due ritratti xilografici dell'Autore ai frontespizi, testate e capilettera xilografici. Qualche chiosa d'epoca. Eccellente copia con lieve gora marginale ad un lato delle sole pagine d'indice e per due, tre cm.
Bookseller: Libreria Piani già Naturalistica [IT]
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