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        Ioannis Gersonis Cancellarii Parisiensis; De Imitatione Christi, Lib IIII

      Apud Horatium Cardon, Lugduni (lyon) 1608 - 0 370;554;87 pages; Jean Charlier de Gerson was a French scholar, educator, reformer, and poet, Chancellor of the University of Paris, a guiding light of the conciliar movement and one of the most prominent theologians at the Council of Constance. He was one of the first thinkers to develop what would later come to be called natural rights theory, and was also one of the first individuals to defend Joan of Arc and proclaim her supernatural vocation as authentic. Width: 3.5" Height: 5.25". Bound in half vellum with marbled paper covered boards. The volume is a Latin edition of the title "The Imitation of Christ." Tradition declares that during his sojourn he translated or adapted from the Latin a work upon eternal consolation, which afterwards became very famous under the title of The Imitation of Christ, attributed to Thomas à Kempis. It has, however, been proven that this work really was written by a Kempis and not by John Gerson or the abbot Gerson. Contents lightly but pleasantly aged. Nice decorative border of Title page. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Manuale medicinae practicae Galeno-chymicae accessere purgantia. Secundum humores peccantes disposita.Strasbourg, Eberhard Zetzner, 1657. 12mo. With engraved title-page. Modern boards.

      Krivatsy 10589; VD17 39:140905K (4 copies); Schönborn not in Hirsch. Second(?) edition of a rare manual on Galenic medicine, written by Samuel Schönborn (1608-1664), physician at Danzig (Gdansk). The main part of the work lists various diseases, aches and ailments, followed by several ingredients for medicines. The preliminaries include a note from the publisher and a note from the author.With the engraved armorial bookplate of Charles Cornwallis (1738-1805), 1st Marquess Cornwallis, one of the leading British generals in the American War of Independence. Browned throughout, trimmed edges, occasionally shaving the running heads. Binding rubbed along the extremities. Overall a good copy.

      [Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)]
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        Gesamtans. ( 6,7 x 22 ), darunter 2 weitere kleine Ansichten von Waldeck und Mengeringshausen ( je 6,7 x 10,5 ).

      - Kupferstich aus Dilich, Hess. Chronik, 1608, 13,5 x 20,5 Fauser, Nr. 8723, 4965 und 15077. Es handelt sich bei Korbach um die 2. bekannte gedruckte Ansicht, bei Waldeck und Mengeringhausen jeweils um die 1. gedruckte Ansicht dieser Orte.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH]
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        Gesamtans., ( 6,3 x 20,5 ), darüber 2 weitere kleine Ansichten von Waldcappel und Wanfried( je 6,5 x 10 ).

      - Kupferstich aus Dilich, Hess. Chronik, 1608, 14,5 x 22,5 Fauser 3746, 15087 und 15117 - Es handelt sich bei Eschwege um die 2., bei Waldkappel und Wanfried jeweils um die erste bekannte, gedruckte Ortsansicht - Allseitig angerändert.

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        Psalmorum Davidis

      Herborn Corvin Christoph 1608 - Buchanan, George (1506-1582); Chyträus, Nathan (1543-1598). "Psalmorum Davidis Paraphrasis poëtica Georgii Bvchanani Scoti . In Georgii Buchanani Paraphrasin Psalmorum Collectanea". Herborn: Corvinus (Corvin), 1608. 16°. (12), 407, (9), 112 S. Perg. (gefärbt) a. d. Zeit. Zwei Werke in einem Band. - Mit holzschn. Vigneten a. d. Titelbll., zahlr. hozschn. D ekorationen und Noten (Psalmen). - Titelbl. des ersten Werkes, mit alten handschr. Exlibris, unten beschn. und alt ergänzt. - G. Buchanan war ein schottischer humanistischer Philosoph, Dichter und Historiker. N. Chyträus war ein deutscher evangelischer Theologe, Dichter und Philologe.

      [Bookseller: Antikvariat Krenek]
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        Lithogenesia sive de microcosmi membris petrefactis: et de calculis eidem microcosmo per varias matrices innatis: pathologia historica, per theorian & autopsian demonstrata. Accessit analogicum argumentum ex macrocosmo de calculis brutorum corporib. innatis [...].

      Frankfurt a. M., Matthias Becker für Theodor de Bry Erben, 1608. 4°. Mit gest. Verlegermarke a. Titel, 6 tlw. fast blattgr. Textkupfern u. einigen Textholzschnitten. 8 Bll. (das letzte weiß), 69 S., 5 Bll. (das letzte weiß), Mod. HPgmt. Erstausgabe dieser seltenen Schrift über die Bildung und Entwicklung von Steinen im menschlichen Körper. Eine dt. Ausgabe erschien 1609 unter dem Titel „Lithogenesia oder Wunderstein. Von wunderbarem Steingewächs oder Steingeburt in der kleinen Welt, das ist in dem Menschlichen Leib: in dem entweder die Glieder selbst und Corpus zu Stein unnd Felsen worden, oder durch alle unnd jede Leibsglidmassen und Gefäß, nicht minder als in den Ertzgruben der grossen Welt, Stein unnd Mineralia erwachsen“. - Etw. gebräunt u. braunfleckig. - VD17, 23:000449E; Krivatsy 10404; Wellcome I, 5830; Ferguson II, 332. Versand D: 9,80 EUR Schenck, Lithogenesia sive de microcosmi membris petrefactis: et de calculis eidem microcosmo per varias matrices innatis: pathologia historica, per theorian & autopsian demonstrata

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes]
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        I Paradossi, overo dell' amore, dialogi di Gio. Battista Manso. All' Illustrissimo, & Eccellentissimo Gregorio Buoncompagni, Marchese di Vignola.

      ad istanza di Girolamo Bordoni libraro] ., In Milano appresso Girolamo Bordoni libraro [Colophon: In Milano per Pandolfo & Marco Tullio Malatesti Stampatori Regij Camerali 1608 - 4to., pp. [48] 221 [1]. Woodcut head- and tail-pieces and initials. Woodcut vignette to title-page. Light browning, oil stain to blank top margin, last few leaves, bound in limp vellum, title inked on spine in Spanish script (some worming to tail of spine and bottom of covers, and staining here at back cover, but good). Inscription to title-page scored out (leaving small holes in title-page), a few early doodles and pen-trails, inscription to title-page "Biblioteca Palitti". First edition of this philosophical study of love - it includes opinions from physicians, astrologers and cabalists, and much on romantic love. Manso was an editor and biographer of Torquato Tasso. SBN: IT\ICCU\TO0E\001943. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Histoire de France des choses mémorables advenues aux provinces estrangères durant sept années de paix, du regne du Roy Henri IIII, Roy de France et de Navarre, divisée en sept livres.

      Corneille Bonaventure, Leyden; Matt Berjon 1608 - Deux volumes in-8; pages de titre identiques mais le premier tome édité à Leyden, le second simplement marqué "Pour Matt. Berjon, 1610"; deux reliures plein vélin à rabats de l'époque en bon état , titre manuscrit au dos, ex libris "Bibliotheca Juste Frederici Augusti Lodtman 1776 dans chaque volume; intérieur de deux tomes en très bon état; Tome I: XXXVI (avertissement et sommaire) 693, Tables 81 pages; Tome II: XIII (sommaire) 801, Tables 79 pages; bon exemplaire; [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Circulus siue Liga Sveviae, Vulgo Schwabische Kraiß. - David Seltzlin describebat. 1572.' u. 'Basiliensis Territorii Descriptio Nova Auctore Sebastiano Munstero.':.

      - Kupferstich n. David Seltzlin & Sebastian Münster b. Abraham Ortelius in Antwerpen, 1608, 32,5 x 50,5 Koeman Ort 37, 68. - 2 Karten auf 1 Blatt. - Baden-Württemberg und den heutigen bayrischen Regierungsbezirk Schwaben sowie die Umgebung von Basel. - Schwaben mit Titelbanderole u. Rollwerkkartusche mit Maßstab. - Basel mit Rollwerkkartsche u. Maßstab. - Perfekter Zustand mit lateinischem Rückentext.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas]
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        La pazzesca pazzia de gl'huomini e donne di corte innamorati. Overo Il cortigiano disperato. divisa in due parti. Nella prima si scopre la pazzia de gl'huomini, and nella seconda quella delle donne. 

      In Venetia, appresso Euangelista Deuchino, and Gio. Battista Pulciani, 1608, - in-8 piccolo (mm 150x100), pp. (16), 293, (3), legatura coeva in pergamena. Testo in corsivo, impresa dello stampatore al titolo. Seconda edizione (prima 1592) di questo romanzo erotico ambientato alla corte di Barcellona negli anni della battaglia di Lepanto (1571) evocando ''contemporary courtly life and mores. with some measure of consistency and realism'' (Companion to the Italian Novel, pp. 25-26). L'autore fu canonico laternanense, insegnante di teologia e scrittore. Curiosa e divertente operetta. Esemplare con usuali uniformi bruniture. Manca a Gamba e Vinciana. Cambridge [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco]
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        Charles de Montmorency, protecteur de Champlain, nomme un capitaine garde-côtes.

      - 1 pièce signée sur vélin 37 x 52 cm 27/08/1608 trois trous, dont l'un plus important dans le texte. Brevet de capitaine garde des côtes de la Saâne, Quiberville et ses dépendances [environs de Dieppe], accordé par l'amiral de France, Charles de Montmorency-Damville, à Aymar de Manneville (1552/1617), capitaine de 50 hommes d'armes, qui fut bailli et gouverneur de Gisors. Il l'invite à user de la force en cas de nécessité en particulier pour lutter "contre toutes descentes, incursions d'ennemys ou de pyrates [.]". Amiral de France. Samuel Champlain lui dédia le rapport de sa première exploration du Canada en 1603 ; il a donné son nom à la chute Montmorency, la plus haute du Québec. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Traces Ecrites]
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        Calendarium perpetuum, et libri oeconomici: Das ist, ein stetswerender Calender, darzu sehr nützliche und nötige Hausbücher. - (Und:) Ander Theil zum Calendario perpetuo gehörig. 2 Teile. Wittenberg. Helwig. 1610-11. (19 x 15,5 cm). (16) 304 (richtig 311) S.; (32) 119 (richtig 191) S. Mit zahlreichen Textholzschnitten, 2 Holzschnitt-Druckermarken auf dem Titel (davon eine in rot und schwarz) und 3 ganzseitigen Portraits. - Dazwischengebunden: Derselbe. Verzeichnis allerley Jahrmerckte, nach dem A.B.C. Ebendort. (Ca. 1610). 24 Bll. - Beigebunden: Derselbe. Oeconomia oder Haußbuch. 2 Teile.

      Ebendort 1608 - (10) 192 (14) S.; 271 (15) S. Mit 2 kolorierten Titelholzschnitten und 1 ganzseitigen kolorierten Porträt. Lederband des frühen 18. Jahrhunderts mit reicher Rückenvergoldung. Umfangreicher Sammelband mit den wesentlichen Schriften Colers und dem Traumbuch des Albumasar. - "Die große Bedeutung Coler's für die deutsche landwirtschaftliche Literatur besteht darin, daß er zum ersten Male das aus der Antike übernommene Wissensgut ergänzte. mit ihm beginnt die eigentliche sogenannte 'Hausväterliteratur'. Coler blieb während des ganzen 17. Jh. der 'alles beherrschende' landwirtschaftliche Schriftsteller und wurde noch im 19. Jh. als eine 'Grundsäule des späteren landwirtschaftlichen Wissens Deutschlands' betrachtet" (NDB III, 319). - Zu I: Umfangreicher Hauskalender mit zahlreichen Abbildungen von Pflanzen, Tieren und landwirtschaftlichen sowie ökonomischen Szenen. Im ersten Teil werden, nach Monaten gegliedert, landwirtschaftlich wichtige Begriffe erklärt. Der zweite Teil enthält eine "Bawren Hausshaltung" und eine "elementisch und irdische Astrologia". - Zu III: Der erste Teil enthält die Bereiche vom Haushalten und vom Kochen mit zahlreichen Rezepten. Der zweite Teil befasst sich hauptsächlich mit Wein- und Gartenbau, enthält aber auch eine Forsttaxe. - Durchgehend leicht gebräunt. Rücken am unteren Ende mit Wurmspuren, sonst gut erhaltenes Exemplar. - Zwischengebunden: Apomazar (Albumasar), A. Traumbuch, das ist kurtze Auslegung unnd bedeutung der Treume, nach der Lehr der Indianer, Persianer, Egypter und Araber . Wittenberg. Helwig. (1611). (8) 284 (recte 239) (17) S. Mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke auf dem Titel. - Seltene deutsche Übersetzung der bedeutenden orientalischen Traumdeutung des persisch-arabischen Astrologen Albumasar. Die Übersetzung stammt von dem berühmten Philologen und Orientalisten Joh. Leunclavius. "Curiosum mit derben und freien Stellen" (Hayn/G. I, 101). - VD17 3:301485E; vgl. Caillet I, 153 (Ausgabe 1577) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Characteres Aegyptii, hoc est, sacrorum, quibus aegyptii utuntur, simulachorum accurata delineatio et explicatio, qua antiquissimarum superstitionum origines, progressiones, ritusque, ad Barbaram, Graecam & Romanam historiam illustrandam, enarrantur,.

      Typis Matthiae Beckeri, Impensis vero dictorum fratrum, et viduae Theodoris de Bry, matris Eorundem, Francofurti 1608 - Book measures 7 1/2 x 5 3/4 inches. Collation, [6],[2] blank, 43pp, [8], 16 plates, a few text illustrations, 2pp blank has a later engraving, [ Osiris & Isis ] pasted to each side, extensive annotation on free endpaper, early previous owners name on title page. Bookplate of Alvin Langdon Coburn to fixed endpaper, and another previous owners bookplate on blank free endpaper. Bound in later half calf, [ probably about 150 years ago ] marble boards, vellum corners, raised bands, gilt lines and centre stamp, leather title label. Binding in very good clean firm condition. Internally, occasional very minor spotting, pages and plates in good clean condition. A very nice copy. Size: Small Quarto

      [Bookseller: George Jeffery Books]
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        Hercules tuam fidem, sive Munsterus hypobolimaeus. id >!> est, satira Menippea, de Vita, origine, & moribus Gasperis Scioppii Franci. Accessit huic accurata Fabulae Burdonia Confutatio. Editio secunda, altera parte auctior, & emandata.

      Leiden, Joh. Patius, 1608. - 411 S. Mit gest. Titelvignette (Herkules mit der Keule). Kl. 8°. Etwas späterer marmor. Kalbslederband auf 5 Bünden, mit vergoldeten Deckelfileten, blindgepr. Rollstempeln und Fleurons auf den Deckeln, reicher Rückenvergoldung, Stehkantenvergoldung und marmor. Schnitt. Das Werk wird gelegentlich (auch in öffentlichen Sammlungen) dem "Machiavelli der Barockzeit und Spritus rector der Katholischen Liga" (Dünnhaupt V, 3734) Caspar Schoppe selbst (hier: Gasperus Scoppius; 1576 Neumarkt/Oberpfalz - 1649 Padua) zugeschrieben, ist aber eine ironische Antwort Heinsius' auf eine Polemik Schoppes gegen eine Schrift eben desselben und auch gegen Joseph Justus Scaliger (Anagramm: "Sacrileg"), der hier den zweiten Teil anonym als "Johannes Rutgers" verfaßte (vgl. Dünnhaupt F3.4). D. Heinsius, hochgelehrter und -geehrter holländicher Historiker (1580-1655), in Leiden Schüler des J. J. Scaliger, zeitlebens von ihm beeinflußt und seinerzeit auch bekannt als schwerer Alkoholiker, wurde zum Gegenstand von Schoppes Spott durch seine Eitelkeit (heute psychiatrisch: hypertrophierter Narzißmus); in vorliegender Schrift (zuerst 1606) und hier erstmal erweitert um Scaligers Satire "Confutatio stultissimae Burdonum fabulae", revanchiert er sich und schreibt in fiktiver Lobrede u. a. von den "moribus Scoppii", wozu dieser in seinem spektakulären Lebenslauf Anlaß und Stoff genügend lieferte (vgl. auch Jöcher II, 1455f), denn Schoppe wechselte Auftraggeber seiner Schriften schneller als mache ihre Wäsche. Gering berieben und bestoßen; marmor. fliegende Vorsätze fehlen; Besitzvermerke und bibliogr. Vermerke verso zweitem fliegenden Vorsatz (auf Dänisch); papierbedingt gebräunt; Titelei schwach stockfleckig und am Fuß mit Ausschnitt. Trotz der Mängel ein reizendes Bändchen. LA

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg]
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        Schöner außführlicher Tractat von den letzten Dingen deß Menschen: Als von dem Todt / Jüngsten Gericht / Höll und ewigem Leben. Erstlichen auf Italiänisch durch den Ehrwürdigen Herrn Gabrielem Inchinum Canonicum Lateranensem beschriben. An jetzt aber so wol Catholischen Predigern unnd Seelsorgern / zuverfassung schöner Predigen / als auch andern Geistlichen Ordens / und weltlichen Standts / Personen / zu trewhertziger Lehr und Wahrnung in Teutsche Sprach ubersetzt. Durch Tobiam Hendschelium.

      Ingolstadt: Andreas Angermeyer [Angermaier] 1608 - (16), 238, (4), 239-438, (4), 441-626, (2), 629-781, (1) Seiten. Frakturdruck. Rot-schwarz gedruckter Titel mit Szene des jüngsten Gerichts als Titelvignette in Holzschnitt sowie Kopfstücken und Schlußvignetten zwischen den Teilen. Außerordentlich seltenes, passend in zeitgenössisches rotes Pergament (Farbe des Halsgerichts) gebundenes eschatologisches Werk des Frühbarock mit figürlicher Darstellung des Jüngsten Gerichts, hier in der 2. deutschen Ausgabe, erstmals 1606 aus dem Italienischen übersetzt. - VD17 12:203684Q. - Jöcher/Adelung II, 2281 (zu Inchino, "Canonicus regularis des Lateran", ansonsten unergiebig). - Zu dem aus Landshut stammenden und später in Bamberg und Wien wirkenden Franziskaner Hendschel (1562-1620) vgl. Kobolt, Baierisches Gelehrten-Lexikon 317 & Jäck, Pantheon III, 455 (mit Hinweis auf bibliographisch abweichende weitere Ausgaben des Werks). - Reske 392. - Ausführliche Beschreibung der eschatologischen Schrecken in vier Teilen, aus der Feder des in Vicenza gebürtigen Lateranklerikers Gabriele Inchino. Das Werk gliedert sich in Betrachtungen über den Tod, das Jüngste Gericht, die Höllenstrafen und das Reich des Himmels. - Die Titelvignette zeigt das Weltgericht mit der Wiederkehr Jesu, umgeben von Engeln und Heiligen; darunter Menschen, die aus der Erde kommend von den Toten auferstehen und entweder vor dem Engel des Jüngsten Gerichts und Dämonen in das Höllenfeuer getrieben werden, oder selig gen Himmel fahren. - Title woodcut: Jesus descends from the clouds with angels surrounding in this depiction of the Second Coming. Below him, the dead rise from their graves, mankind is divided by angels and demons in sinners and saints, engulfed in flames or rising up to heaven. - Ingolstädter Druck aus der kurzen Phase vor Angermaiers Tod, in der er unter eigenem Namen und ohne den Namenszusatz seiner Frau druckte, die als Witwe des Druckers Wolfgang Eder bei ihrer Heirat mit Angermaier 1599 eine Große Offizin aus erster Ehe eingebracht hatte, die sie nach dem Tod ihres Gatten 1613 unter eigenem Namen fortsetzte. - Fehlpaginierungen: Sprung von Seite 252 auf 255, von Seite 402 auf 405, von Seite 658 auf 669; Seite 460 (recte: 260); Seite 767 (recte: 765). - Späteres Bibliotheksschild auf dem unteren Rücken, Pergament oberflächlich beschabt, leicht angeschmutzt und etwas gewellt. Goldschnitt etwas angestaubt und am Kopfschnitt angeschmutzt. Schließbänder fehlen. Bibliotheksschild und -stempel auf dem Innendeckel, Vorsatz mit schwach färbendem Wasserfleck. Kleine Fehlstelle an der unteren Ecke des Titels sauber hinterlegt (ohne Textverlust). Eine Lage (S. 409-416) etwas gelöst und am Vorderschnitt leicht vorstehend. Notizen alter Hand mit Tinte auf dem Titel, sonst keinerlei Anstreichungen. Insgesamt gut erhalten und sauber. - Gutes Exemplar des seltenen Werkes. - Outrageous scarce work on eschatological questions, dealing with Death and Resurrection, Judgement Day and the Second Coming, Eternal Punishment in Hell and Absolution in Heaven. Bound in red contemporary barocco vellum, impressive woodcut vignette on title. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1490 4° (21 x 16 cm). Flexibler roter Pergamentband der Zeit mit durchgezogenen Bünden, goldgefärbtem, nahe den Kapitalen punziertem Schnitt sowie zwei Papier-Titelschildern auf dem Rücken. 4 Teile in 1 Band. (= so vollständig). 2. Auflage.

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        Biblia: Dat is, De Gantsche heylighe Schrift, grondelick ende trouvvelick verduytschet. Met verclaringhe duysterer woorden, redenen ende spreucken, ende verscheyden lectien, die in ander loflicke Oversettinghen ghevonden, ende hier aen de cant toe-ghesettet zijn. Met noch rijcke aenwijsinghen, der ghelijck ofte onghelijckstemmenden plaetsen, op het alder ghewiste, met Scheyt-letteren, ende Versen ghetale (daer een yeghelick Capittel na Hebreyscher wijse, mede onderdeylt is) verteeckent. WAARBIJ: De Psalmen des Propheten Davids, Ende ander Lofsanghen, wt den Fransoyschen dichte in Nederlantschen overgheset, Door Petrvm Dathenvm.

      Leyden, Jan Paedts Jacobsz. 1608. "(32) 531, (69) folia. 18e-eeuws Perkament met stempels, 8° H. x L. x B. cm (Een enkel wormgaatje in de bovenste marge vanaf de 'Handelingen', boekblok plaatselijk licht gebruind. Mooie editie van de Deux-Aes Bijbel in klein formaat, bestaande uit het Oude en Nieuwe Testament, de Apocriefen, de Psalmen van Petrus Dathenus 1531-1588 en enkele Formulieren. De Deux-Aes Bijbel was de eerste Bijbelvertaling na de Hervorming die speciaal bedoeld was voor de gereformeerden. De Bijbel werd door de gereformeerden gebruikt tot aan de komst van de Statenvertaling en was voor die tijd een goede vertaling. De naam van de Bijbel is afkomstig uit de kanttekening bij Nehemia 3 vers 5: 'Deux aes en heeft niet, six cinque en gheeft niet, quater dry die helpen vrij’. Een gaaf exemplaar van deze compacte uitgave.) Darlow, T.H./Moule, H.F. (1963). Historical Catalogue of the Printed Editions of Holy Scripture, 3302: Vol.II p. 307 / Hollander, A. (2014). The Edition History of the Deux Aes Bible, found in Religious Minorities and Cultural Diversity in the Dutch Republic, p. 41-72 / Long, Isaac le (1764). Boek-Zaal der Nederduitsche Bybels, p. 738 / Poortman, W.C. (1986). Bijbel en Prent. Deel I: Boekzaal van de Nederlandse Bijbels, p. 112-121".

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        Biblia. Dat is, De gantsche heylighe Schrift, grondelick ende trouvvelick verduytschet. Met verclaringhe duysterer woorden, redenen ende spreucken, ende verscheyden lectien, die in ander loflicke Oversettinghen ghevonden, ende hier aen de cant toe-ghesettet zijn. Met noch rijcke aenwijsinghen, der ghelijck ofte onghelijcstemmenden plaetsen, op het alder ghewiste, met Scheyt-letteren ende Versen ghetale (daer een yeghelick Capittel nae Hebreyscher wijse, mede onderdeylt is) verteeckent. WITH: De Psalmen des Propheten Davids, Ende ander Lofsanghen, wt den Fransoyschen dichte in Nederlantschen overgheset, door Petrum Dathenum. WITH: Catechismvs, ofte Ondervviisinge in de Christelicke Religie.

      Leyden, Jan Paedts Jacobszoon 1608. "32) 531 folia., 97, 34 (7) p. Contemporary blind-stamped Leather with 4 raised bands, 8° H. 18 x L. 12 x W. 8 cm. (The spine ends are restored, the clasps and straps are renewed one page of the Psalms is in facsimile. Deux-Aes Bible in a beautiful contemporary blind-stamped binding, containing the Old and New Testament, the Apocrypha, the Psalms -with musical notation- of Petrus Dathenus and the Forms. The Deux-Aes Bible was the first translation of the Bible after the Reformation that was especially meant for the Reformed. The Bible was used by the Reformed until the publication of the States Translation and was for its time a good translation.)(32) 531 folia., 97, 34 (7) p. Origineel Leer met ribben en stempels, 8° H. 18 x L. 12 x D. 8 cm. (Onder- en bovenkant rug gerestaureerd, de riempjes en klemmen van de sloten zijn vernieuwd, 1 pagina van de Psalmen in kopie. Deux-Aes Bijbel in een fraaie originele stempelband, bestaande uit het Oude en Nieuwe Testament, de Apocriefen, de Psalmen -met noten- van Petrus Dathenus en de Formulieren. De Deux-Aes Bijbel was de eerste Bijbelvertaling na de Hervorming die speciaal bedoeld was voor de gereformeerden. De Bijbel werd door de gereformeerden gebruikt tot aan de komst van de Statenvertaling en was voor die tijd een goede vertaling.)Darlow, T.H./Moule, H.F. (1963). Historical Catalogue of the Printed Editions of Holy Scripture, 3302: Vol.II p. 307 / Long, Isaac le (1764). Boek-Zaal der Nederduitsche Bybels, p. 751 / Poortman, W.C. (1986). Bijbel en Prent. Deel I: Boekzaal van de Nederlandse Bijbels, p. 117-120".

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        Das Hochbeehrte Augspurg, wie solches nicht allein mit Beeder Kayserl. als auch der Ungaris. Königl. Majest. . samt viler anderer Stände deß H. Röm. Reichs, Höchst-erfreulichster Ankunft sondern auch. der. Römischen Kayserin und Römischen Königs Eleonorae und Josephi, Krönungs-Festivität . beglücket worden. . ferners erfolgter sämtlicher Majestäten Auszug von Augsburg. und glücklichster Wiederkehr nach Wien. . anjetzo aber aufs neue übersehen, und mit einem Anhang, und unterschiedlichen Kupffern vermehrt. Augsburg, J. Koppmayer 1690. 4°. 4 Bll., 229 (recte: 227) S., 39 S., 32 S., mit 18 (tls. gefalt. bzw. dplblgr.) Kupfertafeln, Ldr. d. Zt.

      - VD17 12:201262F (nicht in Wolfenbüttel) - Holzmann-B. VI, 1608 - Praz 559 - Landwehr, Germ. Embl. Books 119 - Lipperheide Sba 21: "Die ausführlichste Schilderung der Wahl- und Krönungs-Handlungen vom Jahre 1690." - Zweite, um fünf Kupfertafeln und dem Anhang mit der Wahlkapitulation, vermehrte Ausgabe (im Jahr der Erstausgabe).- Eleonore Magdalena Theresia und ihr Sohn Joseph I. wurden 1690 in Augsburg, nahezu gleichzeitig zur deutschen Königin und zum römischen König gekrönt.- Die Tafeln mit Darstellungen der Zeremonien und Festlichkeiten, den kaiserlichen Einzug, Portraits, Schau-Pfennige, etc.- Leicht braunfleckig, tls. etw. wasserrandig, Falttaf. tls. mit (tls. repar.) Rand- od. Falzeinrissen, Ebd. berieb. u. etw. bestoßen, tls. leicht wurmspurig. [Attributes: First Edition]

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      1608 - Venetia, Al Segno della Concordia, 1608. Di Mons. P. Giovio da Como, Vescovo di Nocera. Tradotte da M. Lodovico Domenichi. Prima parte, con una Selva di varia Istoria di CARLO PASSI, nella quale si ha piena notizia delle cose più rare, che sono state ricordate sommariamente da esso Mons. Giovio. Et un supplemento del sig. GIROLAMO RUSCELLI, fatto sopra le medesime Istorie. Et un'indice dè nomi antichi e moderni, delle città, castella, provincie, popoli, monti, mari, fiumi, dè quali 'autore ha fatto menzione. Raccolti in uno a beneficio di coloro che si dilettano della Cosmografia, e dell'Historia. Con la tavola e le postille in margine, che in esse Istorie si contengono. Seconda Parte Con una Selva di varia Istoria di CARLO PASSI. Due vol. in 8vo, mm. 150x205h; Prima parte: 1 c.b. + cc.nn. 18 + pag. 548 + pag. 128 + cc. 65-145 + 2 c.b.; Seconda parte: 1 c.b. + cc.nn. 20 + pag. 794 + registro + cc. 96 + (segue numerazione a pagina) fino a pag. 132 + cc.nn. 4 + cc. 105 + 2 cc.nn. di dedicatoria + 1 c.b. + 3 cc.nn. di supplemento + 1 c.b. + pag. 100 + cc.nn. 2 + cc. 28. In totale ci sono 5 frontespizi. Alcune scritte ai margini bianchi delle pagine 198 e 548, in matita rossa, rimarginatura dell'angolo inferiore sx. a pag. 72 recto. Qualche carta leggermente brunita (4/5 in totale), e qualche fioritura. Testatine e capolettera incisi. Una nota manoscritta al contropiatto del primo volume dice che: "In questa edizione sono importanti le due aggiunte che contengono i primi libri V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, e nella seconda parte i libri: XIX, XX, XXI, XXII, XXIII, XIV. Rarissime e da tenersi rara perché mancanti in tutte le altre edizioni". Legature ottocentesche in cartone rigido maculato, con titoli e fregi dorati sui dorsi, tagli rossi. Ottimi esemplari. Codice inv.1026029 2/4d [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        [ Quaeris quid sit amor? ]. S.l.n.d. (vers 1601). RELIE AVEC (à la suite): Den nievwen verbeterden lust-hof, gheplant vol uytgelesene, eerlijcke, amoreuse ende vrolijcke ghesanghen, als Mey, bruylofts, tafel, ende Nieu jaers liedekens, met noch verscheyden tsamen-spreeckinghen tusschen vryer en vryster. Verciert met seeckere copere figueren die opte liedekens accorderen. Item is noch hier achter tot een besluyt by ghevoeght, een Bruylofts bancket. A Amstelredam, by Dirck Pietersz, anno 1607.

      Petit in-4 oblong. 2 ouvrages dans 1 volume. 1) 24 feuillets non chiffrés. Manque 1 feuillet au début (page de titre), tout le cahier A (poème d'introduction), les feuillets F1 (le 15ème emblème "Et piu dolsi", et le 16ème poème "Solatium non auxilium") et H1 (le 23ème emblème "Serò detrectat onus qui subijt" et le 24ème poème "Noctua ut in tumulis"). 2) 2 parties. 4 feuillets non chiffrés. 95 pages. 8 gravures dans le texte. (Manque pages 35-36). + 24 pages. (15,5x20cm). Vélin doré d'origine. Encadrements et ornements gravés, avec initiales L et B gravées au centre du plat supérieur et la date 1608 gravée sur le plat inférieur. Reliure salie et usagée mais solide. Petit travail de ver à la marge intérieure touchant 15 feuillets entre le premier et le deuxième ouvrage, sans atteinte au texte. Taches, salissures et petites mouillures éparses sans perte. Papier bruni par endroits. 1) |~|Manque de papier angulaire au feuillet B1 sans perte. Petite déchirure marginale sans perte à B3. Déchirure traversant l'image et le texte, sans perte, à B4. Déchirure à la marge intérieure sans perte à C4. Petits manques de papier à D2 et manque angulaire à D3 sans perte. Grand manque angulaire à E1 avec perte d'une portion de l'image et de son texte ("Ie reviens de mon grè [aux doulx lacqus qui m]e Serrent"). Petite déchirure à la marge inférieure sans perte à E4. Images légèrement effacées à F3 recto et F4 recto. Petites déchirures à la marge inférieure sans perte à G2, G3 et G4. Une déchirure plus importante, effleurant l'image au recto et le texte au verso à G4, sans perte. Feuillet H2 déchiré avec manque et perte, au recto, de presque la moitié de l'image. 2) |~|Manque de papier avec perte de quelques mots aux pages 65-66 et 69-70 (2e ouvrage, 1ère partie). Rarissime réunion de deux célèbres livres hollandais du début de XVII siècle : la première édition du premier livre d'emblèmes en hollandais, et la troisième édition du recueil de chansons Nieuwen Lust-Hof. Le premier est une magnifique suite d'emblèmes gravés à thématique amoureuse, tous accompagnés d'un poème en hollandais qui illustre, à son tour, leur signification. Un ouvrage très érudit, avec des mottos aux sources latines, françaises et italiennes, mais aussi de grand impact visuel - ce qui fit son succès. Hensius, ici encore caché sous le nom de plume de Theocritus à Ganda, présentait probablement le travail d'un collectif d'humanistes anonymes de Leiden. Manque 2 gravures et deux poèmes sur 24, la page de titre et tout le premier cahier (texte). Le deuxième ouvrage contient des poèmes érotiques et chansons à boire de poètes hollandais (qui les signèrent uniquement avec un "motto") et, dans la deuxième partie, un poème plus long (de Michiel Vlacq) ; superbes gravures dans le texte, dont le style baroque bien montre la "jeunesse dorée" et les occasions mondaines auxquelles le livre et ses chansons étaient destinés. Texte en deux colonnes, deux pages de titre gravées avec la même illustration d'une compagnie attablée avec deux musiciens. Manque les pages 35-36.

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      MONTANER Y SIMON, EDITORES, BARCELONA - Facsimil de la edición de 1608. Páginas: Tomo I - 277 Tomo II - 280 Año: 1928 Medidas: 23 x 17 cm. Ilustraciones o Grabados: No Fotografías: No Tapa: Gran formato. Tela con dorados. Buen estado de conservación. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Der Gülden Gesundbrunnen Zu vnerschöpfflicher Wolfart, in Basilii Valentini Schrifften, Schlüsseln, vnd Capitteln geschöpffet, vnd jedermänniglich zum besten herfür geleitet vnd entblösset Durch Hans Christoff Reinhart [...]. [ANGEBUNDEN: Basilius Valentinus: Liecht der Natur. / ANGEB. eine Handschrift]. Erste u. einzige Ausg.

      30 Bll., Kl.-8, Leder d. Zt. VD17 23:295555L. - ANGEBUNDEN: [Basilius Valentinus:] Liecht der Natur / Das ist: Der warhafftigen Kunst Alchimiae, höchstes Geheimniß. Auß welchem alle Alte und Newe Philosophi im universal und particular Werck / ihres begerens / als langes Lebens / stetwerender Gesundheit / vnd erbarlichen Reichtumbsschätze dieser Welt / seynd gewehret worden. Nach versuchter Gewißheit / vnnd eigner Erfahrung [...] angesatzt. Sonderlich aber deß [...] Mannes / Fratis Basilii Valentini Schrifften / gründlich zuverstehen / und nützlich zu laboriren in Druck geben / durch Hans Christoff Reinhart [...]. Erste u. einzige Ausg. Hall [Halle, Saale] Erasmum Hynitzsch. In Verlegung Joachimi Krusecke, [1608], 63 Bll. (Titel in Schwarz u. Rot). Caillet 803 Kopp II,387. - Schmieder S.208 u.a. zum Hrsg. Hans Christoff Reinhart: "Auszüge und Kommentare, welche gewiß nicht vom Basilius herrühren, sondern von älteren und neueren [...] Basilianern." - ANGEBUNDEN eine saubere Abschrift (um 1800) von: "Daß Valete. Uber den Tractat der Arcanorum Basilii Valentini zusammen gesetzten Hauptschluß Puncten deß Liechts der Natur. Käuffe mich / ließ mich / verstehe mich / darnach iudicire mich. Gedruckt zu Hall in Sachsen / durch Erasmum Hynitzsch. In Verlegung Joachimi Krüsicken Ao. 1608. Lux in tenebris", 75 S. (bis in den hinteren Innendeckel). - Ganz an den Anfang gebunden sind ausserdem 6 Blatt mit versch. Handschriften aus derselben Zeit. - Einband berieben, bestossen u. mit kl. Fehlstellen durch Insektenfraß die ersten sechs Blätter mit den engbeschriebenen Anmerkungen etwas gelockert u. angerändert der erste Titel mit gestrichenem Besitzervermerk durchgehend etwas fleckig u. mit zahlreichen Anstreichungen u. Marginalien von alter Hand, sonst gut.

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        Characteres Aegyptii, hoc est, sacrorum, quibus aegyptii utuntur, simulachorum accurata delineatio et explicatio, qua antiquissimarum superstitionum origines, progressiones, ritusque, ad Barbaram, Graecam & Romanam historiam illustrandam, enarrantur,.

      Francofurti: Typis Matthiae Beckeri, Impensis vero dictorum fratrum, et viduae Theodoris de Bry, matris Eorundem, 1608. Book measures 7 1/2 x 5 3/4 inches. Collation, [6],[2] blank, 43pp, [8], 16 plates, a few text illustrations, 2pp blank has a later engraving, [ Osiris & Isis ] pasted to each side, extensive annotation on free endpaper, early previous owners name on title page. Bookplate of Alvin Langdon Coburn to fixed endpaper, and another previous owners bookplate on blank free endpaper. Bound in later half calf, [ probably about 150 years ago ] marble boards, vellum corners, raised bands, gilt lines and centre stamp, leather title label. Binding in very good clean firm condition. Internally, occasional very minor spotting, pages and plates in good clean condition. A very nice copy. . Very Good. Small Quarto.

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        Deuided into three seuerall Tractes.

      Whereof The first { Concerneth the Antiquity & Continuance of the Ro- Man Church & Religion, euer since the Apostles [sic] ti mes. [sic] The second { 1. That the Protestants Religion was not so much as In being, at, or before Luthers [sic] first appearing. { 2. That the Marks of the true Church are apperteyning To the Roman, and wholly wanting to the seuerall Churches, begun by Luther & Caluin. The third { That Catholics are no lesse loyall, and dutifull to Their Soueraigne, than Protestants. All which is vndertaken, & proued by testimonies of the learned Protestants themselues. With A Conclusion to the reuerend Iudges, and other the grauve And learned Sages of the law. By Iohn Brereley Priest. Deut.32.Vers.31. For their God is not as our God, euen our enemies being iudges. And I will set the Ægyptians against the Ægyptians: so euery one shall fight Against his brother. Esay 19.Vers.2. Permissu Superiorum. [St Omer, English College Press,] Anno M.DC.VIII. [1608]. Pott 4to format, not watermarked; half-title not called for; first gathering, ¶, a cancel; title-page, 'Authors [sic] Advertisement to Him That shall answere this Treatise' on verso of title and the three following leaves, followed by 'A table Of the contents Of the several tracts, Chapters, and sections Conteyned in this Booke', 6pp., 'A Catalogve of Certaine Fathers: And the yeares in which they liued', 2pp., A table of Certaine protestant Wryters, and their Particvlar vvritings: Whose folio, or page (for more ready, and certaine direction) Are speciallie alleadged in the subsequent Discourse: And Of their seuerall Editions or yeare of print...', 9pp., 'To the reader', 1p., Preface, pp.1 - 56, dedication 'To The Kinges Most excellent Maiesty, 4pp., The First tract, pp.57 - 262, [blank (pp.263 -264)], 'The Second tract' pp.265 - 639, [blank page (not included in numbering)], 'The third Tract', pp.640 - 711, [blank (p.712)], 'The Conclvsion To The ivdges And covnsell Of England', pp.[713] - 751; 'An Alphabeticall Table or index Directing the Reader to the Principall matters conteyned In this Booke', 25pp., 'Fovre several Catalogves Of the Forraine Protestants adverse VVritinges one against other', 4pp., 'A second Catalogve Of bookes pvblished By the Calvinists, Against The Lutherans', 4pp., 'A third Catalogve Of bookes pvblished By the Lvtherans Against The Caluinistes'. 5pp., 'A fovrth Catalogve Of the protestants Many bookes And vvritinges In generall...' 10¼pp., 'The avthors [sic] Aduertisment to the Reader', 1¼pp. 'A Table of certaine Additions, omissions, and other Errours escaped in the Printing' 8pp., 'Certaine omissions Which being longer Then to be corrected by the Readers [sic] pen, are heere placed Togeather, that the Reader may yet at his pleasure di- Scerne how, and where they are to come in, by way Of reading. And in reprinting of this Treatise They may be inserted in their Proper places', 10pp., 'An Addition of certaine Errovrs and omissions Besides the former', 4pp.; ¶4, *3, **4, ***2 A - G4, H6, I, K - T, V, X - Ii, KK - Tt, Vu, XX - Iii, Kkk - Ttt, Vvv, Xxx - Iiii, Kkkk - Tttt, Vuuu4, Xxxx6, Yyyy - Iiiii, Kkkkk, Lllll4; later full calf to style, applied spine, elaborately tooled blind on sides, spine with raised bands, tooled blind, lettered gilt; a.e. burnished brown; oil-marbled end-papers. Front board rubbed at edges, and detached, back board lacking, spine very chipped and rubbed, but sewing tight and sound; title-page and last two leaves dusty; light damp-staining to Tttt3 onwards; occasional fingering of corners; last two leaves chipped at head and restored with old paper bearing notes (v. below); 575 errata, and close to 100 additions and omitted notes, some running to upwards of two hundred words, corrected or added in text, in ink, in a small, neat, contemporary hand (v. note), those in the extreme margins insignificantly cropped; slip of old paper tipped onto penultimate leaf, bearing an additional note, written into the text, but not noted in the printed 'Additions', etc.; small cinder hole to blank inner margin of Fff4; small hole in Xxx1 due to an original paper flaw, with loss of part of two words; worming to blank inner margins from Ttt4 to Ffff2, not touching text and for the most part barely visible; in general, however a very nice, crisp copy. An important text, vastly expanded from the original printing of 1604 published in Douay, probably by J. Mogur, which, according to the British Library listing, had only 191pp. There were three issues of the 1608 printing, successively expanded, this, with the first gathering a cancel, and the added leaves 5L3 and 5L4 at the end, being the last and most complete. Further editions were published in 1610, 1615, 1623, and 1624, the last two posthumous, the author having died in 1618. Remarkable for its balance, detail, and a scholarly intent unusual in the period, as also for the several exhaustive bibliographical checklists it contains, it was reprinted as recently as 1970, 1971, and 2013. In the present copy the brief errata have been corrected throughout, including those noted in the last two supplementary leaves, whilst the longer additions and omissions have been added where possible in their place (such as the 222 word addition written on the blank verso of 2K4), and otherwise cross-referenced to the printed sections at the end. The printed alterations run only to p.733, but the notes added in ms. to 5L4v carry the corrections through to p.740, whilst the slip pasted onto 5L2v adds an addition not recorded in the printed text, though corrected in ms. in its place, and there are notes added in ms. to p.747 and to 5D3r that are not otherwise recorded at all. Nor are some other additions, including a ms. index to the sections, that are added to the title-page. All are in the same hand. This, together with the fact that the corrections of errata have been so exhaustive - extending even to minor matters of style, as 'grounded not only' for 'not grounded only' at l.9, p.24, a correction that surely a common reader would not have bothered to make on so densely printed a text - suggest that this is in fact an author's copy, prepared when the book was being printed to enable the preparation of the added leaves of errata, and used by him, probably, as a printer's copy for the editions either of 1610 or 1615. The nature of some of the thumb-marks in some lower corners are in fact suggestive of a printing shop, whilst the author himself in his 'Advertisment' on 5I2r indicates that the errors and additions "being heere exactly gathered by the Author himself," the reader may "expect in the next Edition, or reprinting of this Treatise, such errours and Omissions as haue now escaped, to be corrected, and inserted into their proper places." That this is a printer's copy is supported further by the nature of some of the ms. notes, one at the foot of p.39, for instance, running: "read what is to be here inserted at the end of this booke on yt besyde of the first leaf of Omissions etc. there place yt under Pag.39". The title-page bears an ownership inscription which we have not been able to decipher, written, apparently, in another hand, but which at any rate does not say 'Anderton'. It may have been added by an early owner, or have been that of the printer or typesetter. The work has sometimes been attributed to James Anderton's younger brother, Lawrence, who eventually became a Jesuit, but this is now known not to have been the case. He may have had some part in it, however, for on I5v the author states: "I must needes acknowledge, that a good part of this labour was the collections of a Worshipfull and reuerend Priest, gathered together some few yeares before he entered into holy Orders". In this copy, probably as always, p.146 is mis-numbered '246', and p.360 '560', 2I2 is mis-signed '3'; 2M1 has the catchword '48' instead of '49'; and gathering 4X is foliated, not paginated, without breaking the numbering, pagination being resumed with gathering 4Y. STC 3604.5; STC (2nd edition), 3605; ESTC S233; Alison & Rogers, Catholic Books, 133; the Americas are mentioned on p.521, but it is not in Sabin; COPAC records copies at the British Library, Oxford, York Minster, and Hereford Cathedral only. All books listed by Robert Temple are first editions unless otherwise stated.

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        LES ESSAIS

      Paris: Chez Michel Niuelle, 1608. Edition Nouvelle. 8vo., 1129 pages, VG; bound in 19th century brown calf, paneled spine with darker brown label and gilt lettering, other panels have gilt tooling; boards have triple-ruled borders with flourishes, inner gilt dentelles; all edges of text block gilt; mild wear and rubbing; mild sun-fading to spine; marbled endpapers; some writing opposite title page, second front endpaper; complete collation: a8, A-Z8, Aa-Zz8, AAa-YYy8, AAaa-BBbb8, CCcc2; with fine characteristic portrait of Montaigne opposite page 1 by Thomas de Leu, bust directed to left, bald and bearded, with ruff, doublet, cloak, and collar of the Order of St Michael; illustrated title page; text in French; MA consignment; shelved case 10. Dupont.

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        1608 Geneva Bible Quarto size printed by Robert Barker, London

      - 1608 Geneva Quarto Robert Barker, London. With Apocrypha, Genealogies, Book of Common Prayer and Psalter. Brass bossing on covers. Original binding, very nice reback with new leather, five raised spine. Both NT and OT title pages present. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        1608 Quarto Geneva Bible. Printed at London by Robert Barker

      - 1608 Quarto Geneva Bible. Printed at London by Robert Barker. General title is present. NT title missing. Apocrypha complete. After the NT is a concordance dated 1608 and preface to the Christian reader [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Antique Master Print-JOHN BAPTIST-BEHEAD-SALOME-HEROD-Goudt-Elsheimer-ca. 1608

      - Antique print, titled: 'The beheading of St. John the Baptist', Herod and Salome with the head of John the Baptist on a silver plate. With three other figures. Oval engraving on hand laid (verge) paper. Attached to verge carrier. Description: Goudt only made a few engravings, most of them after works by Elsheimer. Of these, this is the rarest. State: State III (of 3). Ref: Hollstein 4. Artists and Engravers: Made by Hendrick Goudt after Adam Elsheimer. Adam Elsheimer (1578-1610) was a German painter. Hendrick Goudt (1585-ca. 1648) was a Dutch Golden Age engraver and painter of landscapes and religious subjects. He was strongly influenced by Elsheimer. Condition: Good, given age. Attached to carrier. Partly trimmed to the image edge, partly trimmed inside the platemark. A few spots of foxing/small stains. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: R1-072 LA The overall size is ca. 4.5 x 5.3 inch. The image size is ca. 2.2 x 2.6 inch. The overall size is ca. 11.5 x 13.5 cm. The image size is ca. 5.5 x 6.5 cm.

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      Hanoviae & Francofurti:: Typis Wechelianous & Jacobi Fischeri,. 1608 & 1610.. First edition of each title. Bound together for the library of French historian and book collector Jacques Auguste de Thou (1553 - 1617). Quarto brown polished calf with COAT OF ARMS OF DE THOU & SECOND WIFE, Gasparde de La Chastre, pressed in gilt at centers of both boards and with their monogram to four of the six spine panels. Borniti (aka Jacob Bornitz, c. 1560 -1625) wrote several works on economics, trade and political philosophy. He worked at the court of Rudolf II as a political administrator and this tract on the minting and preservation of coins within a republic, dedicated to Rudolf II, was probably his best-known work (Sothebys 2016 catalog note). Tesauro (1563-1628) was a magistrate of the Duke of Savoy and wrote about matters of Roman law and monetary theory. Small piece missing from head of spine, light rubbing to edges and along outer spine hinges, very few insect holes to interior with none affecting text. Altogether very good with pages only mildly darkened and otherwise quite clean. .

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        1608 Geneva/Breeches bible - Brass Binding

      - lovely binding with brass ornamentation. There is no title page for the bible but the Concordances has a title page which tells us it was printed by Robert Barker of London in 1608. The book of Psalmes also has a title page but this is printed for the Company of Stationers is dated 1609. Starts with ‘The First Book of Moses, called Genesis’ and runs for 555 pages right through to Revelations and has ‘The Ende’ printed at the foot of the page suggesting the bible is complete- then comes to the Concordances which has no pagination but looks to run for approx 150 pages and has a finis - then lastly comes the Book of Psalms which runs for 95 pages and has a finis and then there are further 5 pages after this being the Morning Prayer [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Scripta quae extant

      Petri Chevalier, Parisiis 1608 - In folio, cm 35, pp 12ccnn, 276,708, 78 ccnn, 151, 1ccnn, Recognita,Emaculata:additique commentarii copiosissimi ; dedicato all’Excelsissimo Eminentissimo viro Nicolao Brulartio Domino Sillercensi, summo Franciae cancellario, frontespizio a due colori con bellissima incisione, legatura coeva in perg., rigida, doppio tass. al dorso con titoli e fregi dorati, eccellente. 1 volume in folio, cm 35, pp 12cc nn, 276,708, 78 cc nn, 151, 1cc nn, Recognita, Emaculata: additique commentarii copiosissimi dedicated to the Excelsissimo Eminentissimo viro Nicolao Brulartio Domino Sillercensi, summo Franciae cancellario, frontispiece in two colours with very nice engraving, contemporary rigid parchment binding, double lettering piece to the back with gilt titles and ornaments, very nice copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Postill, Dat is Uthlegunge der Epistelen und Evangelien so up alle vörneme Fest und Fyrdage dorch dat gantze Jahr gelesen und geprediget werden. Sampt bygefögter Korter wahrhafftiger Beschryuung vom Leuen und Dodt der Hylligen Godes. Na rechter Catholisch er art up dat einfoldigst beschreuen dorch den Ehrwürdigen H. Michaelem Rupertum Werlens. wylandt Decken in unser leuen Frowen Kercken tho över Water binnen Münster in Westphalen. Nu wedderümme upt nye vör andechtige Christen thogerichtet. [Sonntagspostille und Festtagspostille; 2 Bände in einem Band.]

      Pontanus; Münster: Raßfeld, Paderborn 1608 - 15 (von 16) Blatt, 688 Seiten; 267, [1] Seiten. blindgeprägter Ganzlederband der Zeit auf drei Bünden auf Holzdeckeln mit zwei Schließen, die Deckel mit reichem blindgeprägtem Dekor aus Rollen und Plattenstempeln; 8vo (19,8 x 15,3 cm). Nicht im VD17, diese Ausgabe via KVK weder in deutschen Bibliotheken noch weltweit nachweisbar. - Vgl. Borchling/Claussen Nr. 2853-2854, die Vorkriegsstandorte in der UB Münster (laut dortiger Auskunft Kriegsverlust) und der StB Hannover (inkomplettes Exemplar) angeben. - Zweite niederdeutsche Ausgabe der erstmals 1597 erschienenen "Postill" (VD16 R 3776, dort nur das Wolfenbütteler Exemplar verzeichnet) von Michael Ruperti, die als sein Hauptwerk gilt. - Der aus Werl stammende Ruperti (geboren um 1520) wirkte von 1551-1598 an der Liebfrauenkirche zu Münster als Dechant, war zugleich bischöflicher Hofprediger und Visitator, sowie Mitglied der theologischen Prüfungskommission. - Provenienzen: "F. J. Hartmann Paderborn" (aufmontiertes Exlibris), Klosterbibliothek der Franziskaner Paderborn (Stempel auf Titelblatt). - Der Dekor auf den blindgeprägten Deckeln stellt dar auf dem vorderem Deckel: Mittig der Evangelist Lukas mit Feder und Pergament an einem Scheibtisch, darunter die Legende "Lucas hat die Histori Lehre [unleserlich]"; auf dem hinterem Deckel: Johannes, einen Codex haltend und gen Himmel schauen in der Mitte. Darunter die Legende "S. Ioannes Evangelist ist ins [unleserlich]". Die Plattenstempel sind jeweils von allegorischen Rollenmotiven (jeweils benannt: Spes, Pacis, Iusti, etc.), Rankenwerk und geometrischen Linien eingefaßt. - Etwas berieben, bestoßen und fleckig, die Schließen fehlen, oberes Kapital abgestoßen, im Vordergelenk aufgeplatzt, aufmontiertes Exlibris auf Innenspiegel, Titelblatt zum ersten Teil fehlt, verblaßter Stempel auf Bl. x 2, durchgängig dezent feuchtigkeitsrandig (einige Lagen auch stärker), gelegentlich stockfleckig, sonst und insgesamt noch gutes Exemplar. 2002 Gramm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Les Plaidoyers faicts au Grand Conseil sur le Privilège de la Fierté prétendu par les Doyen, Chanoines & Chapitre de l'Eglise cathédrale de Roüen, & les Arrests sur-ce intervenus. Suivi de "Responce de Me Denis Bouthillier, Advocat en la court, sur le prétendu Privilège de la Fierté de Sainct Romain. Contre la deffence des Doyen, Chanoines & Chapitres de l'Eglise Cathedrale de Rouën, Adressée à eux mesme. Ensemble les arrest intervenus au grand Conseil sur la question du prétendu privilège contesté au Procès concernant l'assassinat en la personne du feu sieur de Halot." par Bouthillier, Denis.

      Macé 1608 - Paris, Macé, 1608. Petit in-8, plein vélin époque, dos lisse, titre en noir, 147 pp; titre, 5 ff non chiffrés, 304 pp, 2 ff non chiffrés. Vélin bruni au dos, manque les fermoirs, charnières intérieures affaiblies. Le premier ouvrage raconte la grâce accordée à Pehu, pour le meurtre du sieur de Halot. Grâce accordée par le privilège de la Fierté, qui permettait à l'église de Rouen de sauver un condamné à mort par an. Le second ouvrage est une réfutation de ce privilège dont l'origine se situe au moyen-âge. C'est au VIIème siècle que Saint Romain, évêque de Rouen, décida de dompter la Gargouille qui désolait les marais de la ville. Il demanda une aide, mais seul un condamné à mort accepta de l'aider. La Gargouille fut capturée et le condamné à mort gracié. Dagobert accorda le privilège à l'évêque de Rouen de gracier un prisonnier par an. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Commentarien ofte memorien van-den Nederlandtschen staet/ handel / oorloghen ende gheschiedenissen van onsen tyden/etc. . By hem voor de tweede ende leste reyse over-sien, verbetert ende vermeerdert. Oock soo verre ghebrocht totten af-stande van wapenen ende vrede/ in't jaer 1608.

      - Ghedruckt op Schotlandt buyten Danswijck (= Amsterdam ?), by Hermes van Loven, (1609) (colophon Londen, voor Emanuel van Meteren, 1609). Folio. Contemporary vellum (spine sl. dam.; new endpapers). With engraved title-page, engraved portrait, double-page map of the Netherland by Nicolaes van Geelkercken and several woodengraved portraits in the text. (8),244,199,167 (23),27 lvs.First published in Amsterdam in 1599, followed by many enlarged editions. - Very important Dutch history starting with the 14th century up to 1608. It contains also valuable material for the history of the East- and West Indian Companies, and includes details on a Dutch boatsman who stayed for many years in Japan. Emanuel van Meteren (1535-1612) was consul in London for 30 years. - (Several margins restored, some waterstaining).Cf. Sabin 48176; European Americana 609/84; Muller, America, p.14.

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        Ephemerides Generales de los movimientos de los cielos por doze años, desde el M. DC. XII. hasta el de M. DC.XVIII. segun el serenissimo Rey don Alonso en los quatro planetas inferiores, y Nicolao Copernico en los tres superiores que mas conforma con la verdad y observaciones, como se dira en el Prologo. Al meridiano de la Villa de Madrid, que tiene de latitud 40. gr. 26. min. Dirigido a Don Diego de Silva Conde de Salinas y Ribadeo, Duque de Francavila. I. En las quales va una tabla copiosissima de los lugares mas principales del orbe con su elevaciô, hor. y mi. que se han de añadir o quitar, en qualquier operacion que por nuestras Ephemerides se hiziere. II. Y unas tables de la cantidad del dia y noche, con la hora à que el Sol sale y se

      Impresso en Madrid, por Juan de la Cuesta, vendense en casa del Autor à la porteria de S. Felipe, 1608. - in-folio. 4ff. 355pp. (i.e. 349). Plein vélin souple du temps, titre inscrit au dos à l'encre, traces de liens (plats tachés). Edition Originale rarissime de ces tables astronomiques imprimées à Madrid par Juan de la Cuesta, le mythique imprimeur de Don Quichotte. Ce volume était vendu à un prix élevé (cf. Palau) chez l'auteur lui-même, un avocat passionné d'astronomie et partisan de Copernic qui avait installé un observatoire chez lui. Cet ouvrage est important à plusieurs égards: d'une part parce que certains des calculs qu'il contient sont basés sur le nouveau système de Copernic, qui avait la préférence de l'auteur pour être "plus conforme à la vérité et aux observations", ce qui témoigne notamment de la bienveillance suscitée en Espagne par les nouvelles thèses héliocentristes censurées dans les autres pays. D'autre part on y trouve pour la première fois la prévision des éclipses de lune et de soleil incluant des territoires du Nouveau Monde. "These carefully calculated ephemerides for 1607-18 are probably the first in any language to mention specific areas of the New World which are to be darkened by eclipses of the sun or moon. It is of great rarity, being unknown to Thorndike and most other historians and bibliographers of astronomy as well as of Americana. Among the eclipses forecast for the Western Hemisphere are one of the moon, 22 November 1612, shadowing the Magellan Straits, Tierra del Fuego, and neighboring regions; of the sun, 13 October 1613, shadowing Mexico, New Spain as far as California, etc.; of the sun, 11 November 1613, shadowing Brazil and other areas of South America; of the moon, 26 August 1616, shadowing Cuba, New Spain, New France, Florida, Trinidad, Nicaragua, etc. Pacific regions such as the Philippines, New Guinea, Solomon Islands, and even Japan, are also frequently referred to. The object, according to the title-page, is to give eclipse information for Spain and for the East and West Indies occupied by or of interest to Spain" (Schab). Nombreuses figures sur bois dans le texte. Infime cerne clair dans la marge supérieur, à peine visible. Bel exemplaire dans son vélin d'origine. Sabin, 93309. Medina, Bibliotheca Hispano-Americana, 542. Picatoste, Biblioteca Científica, 775. Palau, 323807: "Las tablas de este libro demuestran una habilidad y una paciencia dignas de encomio. Probablemente a esto se debe que se fijase su precio a 7 maravedises el pliego, en vez de 3 o 4 como era corriente". William Schab, Catalogue 16, n°33. Cantamessa, Biblioastrology, 778 ter. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        8 Antique Master Prints-SEVEN WONDERS-ANTIQUE WORLD-Tempesta-1608

      - 8 Antique prints, titled: 'Septem orbis admiranda', Set of seven prints with associated title page: the seven wonders of the antique world, each shown during construction. As such each print shows figures related to construction: builders, engineers and architects. Etching, on hand laid paper, watermarks: Crossed C and cross of Lotharingen and five pointed foolscap. Description: Famous series of the seven Wonders of the world, 'Septem orbis admiranda', published in 1608 by Josse de Rycke. State: II (2). Ref: Bartsch XVII, p. 103, nrs. 1453-1459. Artists and Engravers: Made by A. Tempesta after own design. Antonio Tempesta (ca. 1555-1630) was a Rome born artist, who specialised in etchings. His prints with hunting scenes, biblical matter etc. attracted great popularity in the early 17th. Century and were copied widely. Condition: Good, with small margins. Nice impressions with some old folds and gluestains verso. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: R1-116 LA The overall size is ca. 11.4 x 9.1 inch. The image size is ca. 11.2 x 8.7 inch. The overall size is ca. 29 x 23 cm. The image size is ca. 28.5 x 22.2 cm.

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      London: Imprinted ... by Robert Barker ... Anno, 1608. [120]pp. Collation: A-P4. Quarto. Extracted from pamphlet volume. Elaborate floral headpiece on title. Light dust soiling, faint tidemark affecting last third of text block toward gutter at top, a few early ink annotations, but a good, crisp copy. One of the six printings of the English text dated 1604 distinguished by STC and ESTC. The copy in hand has the catchword 'Reuerence' on D1r, and STC suggests it may have been printed in 1608. ESTC locates four copies in North America (including the present copy). STC 10071.5. ESTC 2623. McALPIN I:179.

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        Antique Map-BRABANT-BELGIUM-MECHELEN-Ortelius-1608

      - Map : 'Brabantiae Descriptio.' (Map of Brabant.) Copper engraved hand coloured map of Brabant. With an inset showing Mechelen and surroundings. Two decorative cartouches, one with scale. Copper engraving on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Original old hand colouring. Description: From an Italian version of 'Theatrum Orbis Terrarum' by Ortelius, ca. 1608.Artists and Engravers: Abraham Ortelius was born 1528 in Antwerp. He studied mathematics, Greek and Latin and travelled a lot across Europe. He established a business in dealing with books and drawing maps. His first remarkable map was a 8 sheet world map in the year 1564, but only three copies have survived. In 1570 he issued the "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum", the first modern "Atlas" with uniformly sized maps in a systematic collection. The term "Atlas" was not used until Mercator introduced it 20 years later. Most of the maps in Theatrum have been engraved by Frans Hogenberg. At the time of publication, the atlas was the most expensive book ever printed. Nevertheless it was a big success and around 7000 copies have been printed until 1612 in many editions and six different languages. Beside the Theatrum, Ortelius compiled a series of historical maps and published it in the "Parergon Theatri" which was bound with the Theatrum from 1579 onwards or published separately. Condition: Good. Original middle fold, mith soms small tears, refibred. Small stains, mostly in margin. Small closed hole, in the inset top right, backed with contemporary paper and consolidated with archival tape. General age-related toning and occasional light stains from handling. Please study image carefully. Storage location: B16-02 The overall size is ca. 20 x 16.3 inch. The image size is ca. 18.8 x 14.4 inch. The overall size is ca. 50.8 x 41.4 cm. The image size is ca. 47.8 x 36.6 cm.

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        L'Arianna tragedia... rappresentata in musica nelle Reali Nozze del Sereniss. Principe di Mantova, e della Serenissima Infanta di Savoia

      Mantua, Heirs of Francesco Osanna, 1608. The libretto of Arianna, set to music by Monteverdi (his second opera), and performed on 28 May 1608 in the Sala degli Specchi in the Palazzo Ducale in Mantua, as the first entertainment of extravagant festivities there celebrating the marriage of the heir-apparent, Francesco IV Gonzaga, to Margherita of Savoy. This first edition, printed "Presso gli Heredi di Francesco Osanna Stampator Ducale", may have been distributed before the performance, functioning as advertising for it and as an aid to following the action on stage. Only two copies can be traced in North American libraries ● Chicago, Newberry Library ● Washington, DC, Library of Congress. No other copy has appeared in the auction salerooms for at least fifty years, and the book is thus absent in several of the expected repositories (including British Library, Pierpont Morgan Library, and New York Public Library). Rinuccini, Ottavio Florence 1562 - 1621 Florence L'Arianna tragedia... rappresentata in musica nelle Reali Nozze del Sereniss. Principe di Mantova, e della Serenissima Infanta di Savoia. Mantua, Heirs of Francesco Osanna, 1608 quarto (220 × 158 mm), (26) ff. signed π 2 A-F 4 (blank F4) and paginated (4) 1-46 (2). Woodcut (insignia of the dukes of Mantova and Monferrato) on title-page, woodcut initial I (folio A1 recto), woodcut tail-piece (A1 verso, repeated F3 verso), head-pieces composed of type ornaments. Contemporary pen corrections: p.1, line 7: 'Non perche mortal guardo il cor m'alletti' revised to 'Non perche mortal guardo il cor saetti'; p.1, line 9: 'Di strali armato, e non di face, o d'arco' revised to 'Di cetra armato, e non di strali, o d'arco'. provenance Baron Horace de Landau (1824-1903), his exlibris (inkstamped 9733) on pastedown 1 -- anonymous consignor, Sotheby's, 'Libri e stampe', Milan, 11 December 2006, lot 827 Apart from a few spots, in very good state of preservation. binding nineteenth-century Italian leather-backed boards. The libretto of Arianna, set to music by Monteverdi (his second opera), and per­formed on 28 May 1608 in the Sala degli Specchi in the Palazzo Ducale in Mantua, as the first entertainment of extravagant festivities there celebrating the marriage of the heir-apparent, Francesco iv Gonzaga, to Margherita of Savoy (the formal wedding had been in Turin on 19 February). 2 Several versions of Arianna's lament, 'Lasciatemi morire', are known, the only music from the opera to survive. 3 [img-2518-left-large_default] The libretto of Monteverdi's second opera, in its rare first edition (reduced from 220 × 158 mm) [img-2519-left-large_default] The corrected readings (in pen and ink) are printed in later editions Arianna was immediately enshrined by contemporary theorists as an exemplar of what opera should be and of how music and poetry should relate to one another; modern scholars regard the work no less highly, but examine it in relation to contemporary rhetorical stud­ies, coming of age rituals, and in the context of gender and sexuality. 4 Upon the success of his first opera, Orfeo, per­formed in Mantua during the carnival of 1607, Monteverdi was commissioned to write music for the Savoy-Gonzaga wedding. 5 Rinuccini delivered a preliminary draft of the libretto to him in October 1607, and Monteverdi evidently wrote most of the music over the following two months. Both com­poser and librettist were in Mantua in February 1608, where they met with the superinten­dent of the festivities, Federico Follino, and others. Their intention was to celebrate the wedding during the Carnival season, however in late February 1608, Monteverdi's pupil, Caterina Martinelli, who was to take the title-role, contracted smallpox and died. 6 A replacement for her was soon found in the comme­dia dell'arte actress Virginia Andreini, and a successful rehearsal of the entire work was con­ducted on 15 March. 7 Rinuccini returned to Mantua in April 1608, apparently to super­vise staging, and possibly to supervise the printing of L'Arianna's libretto and make any last-minute changes requested by the composer. The wedding ceremonies however were repeatedly postponed because of diplomatic difficulties. When the bride arrived in Mantua on 24 May 1608, the festivities began immediately. They also fea­tured a performance of L'Idropica, a comedy by Battista Guarini with intermedi written by Gabriello Chiabrera, and a 'Ballo delle ingrate'. This is the first edition of the libretto, printed 'Presso gli Heredi di Francesco Osanna Stampator Ducale', and very probably distributed before the performance, functioning as advertising for it and as an aid to following the action on stage. Certain readings in the prologue - stressing the importance of the house of Savoy at the expense of the Gonzagas, referring to the bride's father, Carlo Emmanuele i, as 'Carlo immortal' - suggest that it was printed at the expense of the Savoyards. 8 A second edition, presenting the text actually heard at the performance (substituting refer­ences to the bride for those to her father), including stage direc­tions, occurs within Federico Follino's commemo­rative account of the wedding festivities, printed by 'Aurelio, & Lodovico Osanna Stampatori Ducal' (i.e. after the transfer of Francesco's press to those heirs) with a dedication dated 1 July 1608. 9 Further reprints of the libretto at Florence 10 and Venice 11 appeared the same year (the 'Carlo immortal' read­ings are printed in these editions). Until recently, scholars were unaware of the textual differences in the sources, and the text generally relied upon was Follino's second edition, derived moreover not from the original, but from an inaccu­rate transcription first published in 1904 by Angelo Solerti. 12 Only within the last ten years has the text offered in our first edition begun to be studied, an undertaking complicated by its relative inaccessibil­ity (there is no published transcription or facsimile). This first edition is rare: just one other copy has appeared in the auction salerooms during the past fifty years, 13 and the book is thus absent in several of the expected repositories (including British Library, Pierpont Morgan Library, and New York Public Library). Two copies of the edition are located in North American libraries ● Chicago, Newberry Library, Y712.R469 ● Washington, dc, Library of Congress 14 and thirteen copies are reported in Euro­pean libraries ● Florence, Biblioteca Marucelliana (located by Sartori) ● Florence, Biblioteca nazionale centrale 15 ● The Hague, Nederlands Muziek Insti­tuut, NMI 4H51 (Collectie Dr. H.F. Scheurleer, inv. 13569) ● Modena, Biblioteca Estense Universitaria, 70.I.15 (14) ● Paris, Bibliothèque de l'Arsenal 16 ● Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France, YD-1565 17 ● Rome, Biblioteca del Conservatoria di Musica S. Cecilia (located by Sartori) ● Reggio Emilia, Biblioteca Municipale Panizzi (located by Sartori) ● Repubblica di San Marino, Archivio 18 ● Turin, Biblioteca Civica Musicale 'Andrea Della Corte' Mus. Rari. A.34 (now L.O. 2304) ● Turin, Biblioteca centrale della Facoltà di lettere e filosofia dell'Università degli studi di Torino, RMLE01023 ● Venice, Biblioteca del Conservatorio di Musica Benedetto Marcello (located by Sartori) ● Venice, Biblioteca Marciana, Marc. Dramm. 2985 19 references Gaetano Domenico Poggiali, Serie de' testi di lingua stampati (Livorno 1813), ii, p.47 no. 143 ('Questa rara edizione e ignota all' Allacci, e al suo Continuatore'); Claudio Sartori, I libretti italiani a stampa dalle origini al 1800: catalogo analitico (Cuneo 1990), no. 2549 1. Exlibris reproduced by Egisto Bragaglia, Gli ex libris italiani: dalle origini alla fine dell'Ottocento (Milan 1993), no. 2036. The copy is not entered in Fr. Roediger, Catalogue des livres manuscrits et imprimés composant la bibliothèque de M. Horace de Landau (Florence 1885-1890), unless contained within the 'recueil factice de libretti des xvii et xviiie siècles que nous avons réuni et qui comprend plus de 500 pièces' (i, p.237). 2. Jessica Gordon, 'Entertainments for the marriages of the princesses of Savoy in 1608' in Italian Renaissance festivals and their European influence, edited by J.R. Mulryne and Margaret Shewring (Lewiston 1992), pp.119-140. 3. Printed in Monteverdi's Il sesto libro de madrigali a cinque voci (Venice 1614), the first of his madriga­lian publications to appear after the first production, and subse­quently printed in a monodic version. 4. The extensive secondary literature is discussed in Suzanne G. Cusick, '"There was not one lady who failed to shed a tear": Arianna's lament and the construction of modern womanhood' in Early music 22 (1994), pp.21-41; see further, essays by Tim Carter, Anne MacNeil, and Suzanne Cusick in Early music 27 (1999); and Anne MacNeil, Music and women of the Commedia dell'Arte in the late sixteenth century (Oxford 2003). 5. For an account of the events surrounding the creation of the opera, see Paolo Fabbri, Monteverdi, translated by Tim Carter (Cambridge 1994), pp.77-99. 6. Edmond Strainchamps, 'The Life and Death of Caterina Martinelli: New Light on Monteverdi's Arianna ' in Early Music History 5 (1993), pp.155-186. 7. Paoloa Besuitt, 'The "Sala degli Specchi" uncovered: Monteverdi, the Gonzagas and the Palazzo Ducale, Mantua' in Early Music 27 (1999), p.460, with a new dating (15 March 1608) and full tran­scription of a letter from Antonio Costantini to Duke Vincenzo Gonzaga con­cerning this rehearsal. 8. Bojan Bujic, 'Rinuccini the craftsman: A view of his L'Arianna' in Early Music History 18 (1999), pp.75-117, especially pp.78-79; Anne MacNeil, 'Weeping at the Water's Edge' in Early Music 27 (1999), p.413; Anne MacNeil, Music and women of the Commedia dell'Arte in the late sixteenth cen­tury (Oxford 2003), p.156. 9. Compendio delle sontuose feste fatte l'anno mdcviii nella città di Mantova (Mantua 1608), pp.31-65. A facsimile of this extremely rare book has now been published, in Cronache Mantovane 1587-1608, edited by Claudio Gallico (Florence 2004), pp.103-257. 10. L'Arianna. Tragedia del sig. Ottavio Rinuccini (Florence: Giunti, 1608); see I Giunti tipografi edi­tori di Firenze, 1571- 1 625: annali inediti, edited by Luigi Silvestro Camerini (Florence 1979), p.152; J. Rigbie Turner, F our centuries of opera: manuscripts and printed editions in the Pierpont Morgan Library (New York 1983), pp.7-9; 'Per un regale evento': spettacoli nuziali e opera in musica alla corte dei Medici, catalogue of an exhibition held in the Biblioteca nazionale centrale, edited by Maria Adelaide Bartoli Bacherini (Florence 2000), p.171 no. 5. 11. L'Arianna. Tragedia del sig. Ottavio Rinuccini (Venice: Giunti, Ciotti & compagni, 1608); see Le edizioni vene­ziane del Seicento: censimento, edited by Caterina Griffante (Milan 2006), no. 452 (and nos. 453-455 for reprints there in 1622, 1639, 1640). 12. Angelo Solerti, Gli arbori del melodramma (Milan 1904), ii, p.vii (no. 6) and pp.143-187. 13. Bolaffi, 'Libri rari e Autografi', Milan, 30 October 2013, lot 468 (bound with Alessandro Striggio, La Favola d'Orfeo, Manuta: Francesco Osanna, 1607). 14. Oscar Sonneck, Catalogue of Opera Librettos printed before 1800 [in Library of Congress] (Washington, dc 1914), p.140. 15. Title-page reproduced by Claudia Burattelli, Spettacoli di corte a Mantova tra Cinque e Seicento (Florence 1999), fig. 17. 16. La vie théâtrale au temps de la renaissance, catalogue of an exhibition, Institut pédagogique national (France), March-May 1963 (Paris 1963), p.184 no. 354. 17. Suzanne P. Michel and Paul Henri Michel, Répertoire des ouvrages imprimés en langue italienne au xvii e siècle conservés dans les bibliothèques de France (Paris 1967-1984), vii, p.33. 18. Located by Progetto Corago (; link). 19. Annalisa Bruni, 'Claudio Monteverdi. Mostra bibliogra­fica' [in Libreria Sansoviniana, 27 Novem­ber-12 December 1993] in Miscellanea Marciana 7-9 (1992-1994), p.482, no. 27.

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        Consilia Sive Responsa Academica, In quibus Materiae gravissimae inter Principes pariter ac privatos in foris illustribus ventilatae, ex Iure Publico ac Privato, Feudali ac Canonico, per Rationes Dubitandi & Decidendi proponuntur ac nervole resolvuntur : ab eodem, partim privato suo, partim Amplissimae Facultatis Iuridicae Francofortanae nomine, paucis aliis insertis.

      Posthum herausgegeben von Samuel Stryk Brunnemann (1608-1672) war Prof. in Frankfurt/Oder.

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      Rome: Bartholomeo Zannetti, 1608. First edition, author's presentation copy to the Jesuit College of Tivoli, of this rare and important text by "the most influential teacher of the Renaissance" (Sarton), "commonly considered one of the last and fullest syntheses of cossic algebra" (Feingold, Jesuit Science and the Republic of Letters, p. 63). Clavius "was one of the very first to use parentheses to express aggregation of terms... His Algebra marks the appearance in Italy of the German plus (+) and minus (-) signs and the algebraic symbols used by Stifel" (DSB). Only six copies located in auction records in the last 60 years, and no other author's presentation copy. It is from this book that many of the leading mathematicians of Europe learned their algebra over the next several decades. "Leibnitz wrote a letter to Bernoulli in 1703, indicating that he learned algebra from Clavius' book. As a child, I had studied the elementary algebra of one Lancius, and later that of Clavius" (Sigismondi, p. 232). Again, "Clavius was a key figure in Descartes' earliest (perhaps even initial) study of mathematics. For instance, from a letter of March 1646 written by John Pell to Charles Cavendish, we have good reason to believe that ca. 1616, while a student at La Flèche, Descartes read Clavius's Algebra (1608). Reporting on his meeting with Descartes in Amsterdam earlier that same year, Pell writes in particular that "[Descartes] says he had no other instructor for Algebra than ye reading of Clavy Algebra above 30 years ago"" (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy). "Mersenne, Descartes' friend and confidant, would advise reading Clavius' Algebra, for he said that there one would always find interesting questions" (Udías, Jesuit Contribution to Science, p. 7). Clavius' work followed the textbook tradition of algebra of the Renaissance. Among his sources he explicitly mentions Diophantus, Jordanus of Nemore, Cardano, Tartaglia, Bombelli, and, perhaps most interestingly, Pedro Nuñes, who is known to have taught Clavius at Coimbra. "Clavius' Algebra may be placed historically at the intersection point of the tradition of cossist algebra and Diophantus' Arithmetica. Having adopted the algebraic symbolism of Michael Stifel, Clavius could represent by symbols more than one unknown quantity. Besides, he sometimes denoted certain numbers by signs, as Jordanus's De numeris datis had done in the thirteenth century. On the other hand, his Algebra was basically freed from the practical tradition of algebra. Clavius re-evaluated algebra as a respectable discipline, invoking the ancient authority of Diophantus and such Renaissance forerunners as Regiomontanus and Bombelli. "Nevertheless Clavius' treatise was a typical product of the sixteenth century textbook tradition of algebra even though it appeared at the beginning of the seventeenth century. It surely provided rather sophisticated techniques for solving both arithmetical and geometrical problems, but it is an open question whether or not it is a work leading straight to the idea of algebraic analysis, which made its full-scale appearance with Viète's In artem analyticem isagoge of 1591" (Sasaki, Descartes's Mathematical Thought, p. 81). Viète was mentioned in Chapter XII, 'On the extraction of roots which the rule of algebra is concerned with.' "Clavius was informed of the existing knowledge on the solution of the cubic equation through Cardano's Ars magna (1545) and Bombelli's Algebra (1572) ... Clavius also has certain information on Viète's method probably developed in the latter's De numerosa potestatum ad exegesin resolution. Viète's treatise on the numerical solution of the cubic and biquadratic equations was published in 1600 under the editorship of Marino Ghetaldi, a disciple of both Clavius and Viète" (ibid., p. 75). Cajori discusses Clavius' notations at some length (A History of Mathematical Notations, vol.1, pp. 151-154). He notes that it was Clavius who, in his Algebra of 1608, introduced the notations + and − for addition and subtraction, already used in Germany by Michael Stifel, to Italy. Clavius explains that he prefers these two signs, instead of the letters P and M commonly used at the time for plus and minus, to avoid confusion with the letters used to represent numbers. Clavius (p. 159) writes products of sums of integer multiples of square roots much as we would write the multiplication today, the only difference being that the square root was represented by the radical sign followed by a script letter (probably r). For an unknown quantity, Clavius used a cursive letter (apparently x) and for additional unknowns, he used A, B, etc. Thus, he writes 3x + 4A, 4B − 3A where we might write 3x + 4y, 4z − 3y. Sigismondi has framed Clavius' contribution within the context of an expanding early-modern world and the crucial role played by the Jesuits in the development of science in China: "Clavius' contributions to algebra, geometry, astronomy and cartography are enormous. He paved the way, with his texts and his teaching for 40 years in the Collegio Romano, for the development of these sciences ... all around the world, along the commercial paths of Portugal, which become also the missionary paths for the Jesuits. Clavius' books were translated into Chinese by one of his students, Matteo Ricci ..., and his influence for the development of science in China was crucial. The Jesuits became skilled astronomers, cartographers and mathematicians thanks to the example and the impulse given by Clavius. This success was possible also thanks to the contribution of Clavius in the definition of the Ratio Studiorum, the program of studies, in the Jesuit colleges, so influential for the whole history of modern Europe and all western World" (Sigismondi). The centrality of Clavius' influence on the curricula of Jesuit colleges worldwide makes our copy, a gift of the author to the Jesuit Collegium Tyburtinum, all the more desirable. Macclesfield 539; Seventeenth Century Italian Books in the British Library, I, p. 240; DSB III, 311; Smith, History I, 334. De Backer-Sommervogel II, 1221. C. Sigismondi, 'Christopher Clavius astronomer and mathematician,' 12th Italian-Korean Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics, July 4-8, 2011, Pescara, Il Nuovo Cimento C, Issue 1, Suppl. 1 (2013), pp. 231-6. 4to (214 x 155 mm), pp. [xxxvi] 383 [1]; with woodcut Jesuit device on title, printer's device on final leaf verso, woodcut initials, head- and tailpieces, numerous woodcut diagrams in text (occasional light foxing). Ink inscription 'ex dono auctoris Collegio Tyburtino', with further inscriptions 'ex bibliotheca Collegii Tyburtini, Societatis Jesu', and 'coll. Tyburtino ex dono auctoris', followed by a later inscription recording the date for a catalogue entry, 1765, all on the title-page (the inscriptions showing through to verso, obscuring a few letters in the imprimatur). Contemporary limp vellum (rebacked, later endpapers).

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        Biblia: Dat is, De Gantsche heylighe Schrift, grondelick ende trouvvelick verduytschet. Met verclaringhe duysterer woorden, redenen ende spreucken, ende verscheyden lectien, die in ander loflicke Oversettinghen ghevonden, ende hier aen de cant toe-ghesettet zijn. Met noch rijcke aenwijsinghen, der ghelijck ofte onghelijckstemmenden plaetsen, op het alder ghewiste, met Scheyt-letteren, ende Versen ghetale (daer een yeghelick Capittel na Hebreyscher wijse, mede onderdeylt is) verteeckent. WAARBIJ: De Psalmen des Propheten Davids, Ende ander Lofsanghen, wt den Fransoyschen dichte in Nederlantschen overgheset, Door Petrvm Dathenvm.

      Leyden, Jan Paedts Jacobsz. 1608 - (32) 531, (69) folia. 18e-eeuws Perkament met stempels, 8° H. x L. x B. cm (Een enkel wormgaatje in de bovenste marge vanaf de 'Handelingen', boekblok plaatselijk licht gebruind. Mooie editie van de Deux-Aes Bijbel in klein formaat, bestaande uit het Oude en Nieuwe Testament, de Apocriefen, de Psalmen van Petrus Dathenus 1531-1588 en enkele Formulieren. De Deux-Aes Bijbel was de eerste Bijbelvertaling na de Hervorming die speciaal bedoeld was voor de gereformeerden. De Bijbel werd door de gereformeerden gebruikt tot aan de komst van de Statenvertaling en was voor die tijd een goede vertaling. De naam van de Bijbel is afkomstig uit de kanttekening bij Nehemia 3 vers 5: 'Deux aes en heeft niet, six cinque en gheeft niet, quater dry die helpen vrij’. Een gaaf exemplaar van deze compacte uitgave.) Darlow, T.H./Moule, H.F. (1963). Historical Catalogue of the Printed Editions of Holy Scripture, 3302: Vol.II p. 307 / Hollander, A. (2014). The Edition History of the Deux Aes Bible, found in Religious Minorities and Cultural Diversity in the Dutch Republic, p. 41-72 / Long, Isaac le (1764). Boek-Zaal der Nederduitsche Bybels, p. 738 / Poortman, W.C. (1986). Bijbel en Prent. Deel I: Boekzaal van de Nederlandse Bijbels, p. 112-121

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        Compendio delle sontuose feste fatte l'anno MDCVIII nella città di Mantova per le reali nozze del Serenissimo Principe D. Francesco Gonzaga con la Serenissima Infante Margherita di Savoia

      4to (194x140 mm). [8], 149, [1 blank] pp. and 1 folding engraved plate (Disegno della battaglia navale et del castello de fuochi trionfali fatti..., 230x350 mm). Signatures: [π]4 A-T4. Leaf [π]4 is a blank. Lacking the final blank leaf and a second folding plate (Dissegno del carro...), which is often missing. Contemporary flexible vellum with inked title on spine (bottom of spine and large portion of front panel restored, lacking ties). Book block partly detached from the front cover, lacking the lower outer corner of the front flyleaf, some marginal foxing, a few stains to leaves 46-49, but all in all a very good, genuine copy.First edition, dedicated by Federico Follino to Margherita Gonzaga, the sister of the spouse. The dedication is dated 1 July 1608. The chaplain Federico Follino was responsible for the design and organization of the festivities for the marriage of Francesco Gonzaga and Margaret of Savoy. The plate shows the mock naval battle and the castle built on a platform in the middle of the Mantua lake, work of the engineer Daniele Bertazzolo.The description, among other things, contains the full text of Ottavio Rinuccini's Arianna (pp. 29-66), set to music by Claudio Monteverdi, at the time choirmaster of the duke of Mantua, and performed during the festivities. Rinuccini, invited from Florence, had written the libretto on purpose for the occasion. The account describes in detail the staging of the opera, which lasted two hours and half. The libretto of the Arianna was published as a separate text three times in the same year, 1608, at Florence, Mantua, and Venice.After that, were staged the Idropica (pp. 72-99), a comedy by Battista Guarini, with the intermezzi by Gabriello Chiabrera and a music prologue by Monteverdi, and Il ballo delle ingrate ('The Ballet of the Ungrateful Ladies', pp. 129-134), a semi-dramatic ballet written by Rinuccini and set to music by Monteverdi. The representation of the Ifigenia (pp. 142-149) by Alessandro Striggio closed the celebrations."The 1608 luxurious feasts for the marriage of prince Francesco to Infanta Margherita of Savoia maybe the most impressive expression of Vincenzo Gonzaga' taste and cultural-political design. Federico Follino provides us with a precious Compendio of them, which includes all the texts of the spectacles and two plates, which illustrate the naumachia planned by Bertazzolo. By analyzing Follino' text the festival and spectacular events of the entire cycle were reconstructed; furthermore it is noticed how the court was most attentive to all the spectacular novelties and excellences like the 'commedia musicale' or the ballet as autonomous genre, as well as to the more known spectacular varieties. It is also pointed out how a great importance was attributed to the scenic aspects and the stage-designing skill of the time" (A. Mignatti, Compendio delle sontuose feste..., in: R. Brunelli, ed., "Vincenzo I Gonzaga 1562-1612. Il fasto pel potere", Mantua, 2012, pp. 159-162).This festival book is extremely rare on the market. Of the recorded copies, only a few have both plates.Catalogo unico, IT\ICCU\MUS\0319364; Sartori, Libretti italiani a stampa, 5974; Watanabe-O'Kelly & Simon, Festivals and ceremonies, 463.

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        Mr IACOB CORNELISZ DIENAER DER GEMEINTE CHRISTI.... (portrait of Jacob Cornelisz. van Daalen)

      Portrait of Jacob Cornelisz. van Daalen (1608-1663) preacher and surgeon in Amsterdam. He is sitting on a chair looking towards right with a booklet in his left hand. On the left of the composition a couple of opened books: one is showing a print with a standing body evidencing the muscles, while the on the other rests a piece of paper with Dutch inscription. Hanging from the table another piece of paper with two lines after the Gospel of Luke. Lettered on the bottom:'Mr IACOB CORNELISZ DIENAER DER GEMEINTE CHRISTI., EN CHIRURGYN BINNEN / AMSTERDAM GEBOREN TOT ROTTERDAM, A. MDCVIII / Siet hier het Beeltnis... en Lichaemi te genesen.' Signed on the bottom left: ' Visscher ad vivum delineavit' and on the right:'F. H. van den Hoove sculpsit'. Engraving on paper with small margins; platemark:381 x 298 mm , total: 389 x 302 mm; some foxing; on the verso collector's marks of the Museum der bildenden K

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        Aristotelis Stagiritae Organum, quod logicam appellant. Opera. Cum rerum omnium indice locupletissimo (7 volumi)

      apud Iacobum Stoer, 1608. 7 voll. in-12° legatura in mezza pelle ottocentesca, dorso a quattro nervi, titolo e fregi in oro, conservati in custodia in legno. Ex-libris alle carte di guardia, firme di appartenenza ai frontespizi. I volumi sono così suddivisi: Vol. I: Aristotelis Stagiritae Organum, quod logicam appellant. Cum rerum omnium indice locupletissimo. pp. 637,(36), capilettera e fregi in xilografia, diversi diagammo n.t.; Vol. II: Aristotelis Stagiritae Physicorum libri VIII. Quibus adiecimus omnia illius opera, quae ad naturalem philisophiam spectare videbantur. Quorum seriem versa pagella indicabit. Cum rerum omnium indice locupletissimo. Tomus secundus. pp. 796, (68), capilettera e fregi in xilografia. Vol. III: Aristotelis Stagiritae Metaphysicorum Libri 14. Theophrasti Metaphisicorum Liber. Quorum omnium recognitionem et additamentum versa pagina ostendit. Cum omnium rerum Indice locupletissimo. Pp. 582,(40), capilettera e fregi in xilografia. Vol. IV: Aristotelis Stagiritae Libri omnes, quibus Historia, Partes, Incessus, Motus, Generatioque Animalium, atque etiam Plantarum naturae brevis descriptio. pp. 842,(166). Vol. V: Aristotelis Stagiritae Libri omnes, quibus tota moralis philosophia, quae ad formandos mores tum singulorum, tum familiae, tum civitatis, spectat, continetur. Omnia ad graecum exemplar recognita ... Cum rerum omnium indice locupletissimo. Tomus quintus. pp. 827, (125). Vol. VI: Aristotelis Stagiritae Rhetoricorum artisque poeticae libri omnes. Quorum seriem, iuscriptionemque altera ab hac pagina commonstrabit. Cum rerum omnium indice locupletissimo. Tomi sexti pars prior - Tomi sexti pars altera. pp. 302, (34); 302-751, (56), due frontespizi con numerazione continua. Vol. VII.: Index rerum omnium quae in Aristotelis operibus continentur absolutissimus. Lugduni, Apud Ioannam Iacobi Iuntae, 1579. Cerniera superiore staccata.

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        Cristoffel Wagnar - Auerhahn (Bildnis des Christoffel Wagner mit Affe als Auerhahn). Original-Kupferstich.

      Ohne Jahresangabe (um 1608).. Format ca. 16 x 13 cm. In der Platte unten rechts bezeichnet: „CVSichem jn: sculp: et excudit.", oben links: „Cristoffel Wagnar", oben rechts: „Auerhaen". Mit schmalem, umgehenden Rändchen um die Einfassungslinie. Am oberen Rand auf Trägerkarton montiert. Schöner, fleckenfreier Abdruck. Selten und gesucht. - Hollstein Bd. 27, Nr. 51b. - Szene aus den Faustlegenden, Wagner an einem Tisch in zeittypischer Studententracht mit Mantel und Barett sitzend. Vorne rechts in Gestalt eines Affen Auerhahn, der Dämon, der Wagner auf Faustens Geheiß zu dienen hat, und der diesem mit den Fingern seiner rechten Hand Zeichen macht, welche Wagner ungläubig dreinblickend nachzuahmen versucht. Im Hintergrund weitere Szenen aus der Faust-Legende (Faust im Zaubermantel fliegend und von Wagner - auf einem großen Vogel sitzend - gefolgt; sowie Wagner im Zauberkreis, vor ihm Auerhahn & ein Vogel auf einer Brüstung). Das Blatt bildet das Gegenstück zum im gleichen Jahr angefertigtem Doppelportrait des Fausts und Mephistopheles von van Sichem. Es entstand im Zuge von Illustrationsarbeiten für ein holländischés Werk über Wiedertäufer („Historische Beschrijvinge", 1608); jedoch wurde es von Anfang an auch als Einzelblatt vertrieben (vgl. Kat. Göttingen, 1995)

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