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        THEATRUM BOTANICUM, THE THEATER OF PLANTS OR A UNIVERSAL AND COMPLETE HERBALL

      LONDON, COTES, 1610. FIRST EDITION, TWO VOLUMES. RECENTLY PROFESSIONALLY RESTORED AND RE-BOUND IN FULL CALF, RAISED BANDS AND GILT TITLES, NEW ENDPAPERS. HENCE A VERY ATTRACTIVE AND TIGHT SET. A NUMBER OF (MISSING) PAGES HAVE BEEN BY REPLACED BY FACSIMILIES, INCLUDING THE TITLE PAGE AND PRELIMS. OF VOLUME 1. PAGES 1631 TO 1648 ARE BOUND IN AFTER FINIS. THE INDEX (PAGES 1689 TO 17550 ARE PHOTOCOPIES. WITH NUMEROUS (OVER 2000) WOODCUTS IN THE TEXT. VOLUME 1, 874 pp, VOLUME TO 875 TO 1688, PLUS INDEX TO PAGE 1755. IN SUMMARY: A LOVELY BINDING OF A COMPLETE COPY BUT WITH MANY FACSIMILIE PAGES.

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        A Relation of a Journey begun An. Dom. 1610. The third edition. London, Robert Allot, 1627.

      1610. Folio (184 x 284 mm). (2), 309, (1) pp. With engr. title page, double-page-sized engr. map, folding plate, and 48 (2 full-page) engravings in the text. Signed 19th c. full calf binding by F. & T. Aitken with triple cover fillets and gilt spine. Marbled endpapers. All edges red. Third edition of this well-known travelogue, first published in 1615. "A work of note" (cf. Tobler). "Sandys, who travelled in 1610 and 1611, was regarded as a special authority throughout the 17th century. He is also well known for his paraphrases of the Psalms and his translations from Ovid" (Navari, Blackmer). The fine engravings show numerous views (including Jerusalem, Constantinople, La Valletta, and Naples), holy sites, plans, antiquities, and a few costumes. Includes the folding view of Constantinople (frequently lacking) and the folding map of the Mediterranean, which reaches as far as Mecca. - Binding professionally repaired. A few contemporary marginalia and underlinings. Old biographical note on the author on reverse of title page, edges trimmed rather closely (occasionally touching printed glosses). Formerly in the Ottoman collection of the Swiss industrialist Herry W. Schaefer. Howgego I, K26. Röhricht 923. Tobler 91. Cox I, 206. Graesse VI/1, 264. Cf. Blackmer 1484. Gay 2232 (2nd ed.).

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         Designatio orbis christiani.

      Dordrecht Adrianus Bottius 1610 154 x 192 mm. Seconde mappemonde gravée pour la deuxième édition de l'Atlas minor de Mercator et Hondius. Texte latin au verso. C'est l'une des premières cartes thématiques sur laquelle les populations chrétiennes, musulmanes et païennes sont repérées par des symboles. La quasi totalité du monde y est représentée, à l'exception de la partie ouest de l'Amérique du Nord. Après l'énorme succès remporté par ses atlas in-folio, Mercator conçut le projet de publier un atlas d'un format plus petit et plus maniable, donc moins onéreux et accessible à un plus large public. Publié pour la première fois en 1607, l'Atlas minor connut un très grand succès et fut maintes fois traduit. Mouillures claires.

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        Chirurgie françoise recueillie par M. Jacques Dalechamps, avec plusieurs figures des instrumens necessaires pour l'opération manuelle ; et depuis augmentée d'autres annotations sur tous les chapitres ; ensemble de quelques tractez des opérations de chirurgie, faciliées & éclaircies par M. Jean Girault.

      Paris, Olivier de Varennes, 1610, pleine reliure d'époque, 23x16.5cm, (page de titre, sommaire, au lecteur, tables des chapitres, privilège du roy), 664 p., [26] p. (table des matières), des erreurs de pagination mais complet, coiffe de tête manquante, reliure frottée, coins émoussés,bas du dos restauré, intérieur propre malgré quelques rousseurs.Merci de nous contacter à l'avance si vous souhaitez consulter une référence au sein de notre librairie.

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        SANDYS TRAVELS, (TRAVAILES). A RELATION OF A JOURNEY BEGUN AN DOM 1610. Containing a history of the original & present state of the Turkish Empire

      London, Printed by R. and W. Leybourn, and are to be sold by John Sweeting at the Angel in Popes-head-Alley, 1658, 1610. their Laws, Government, Policy, Military Force, Courts of Justice and Commerce, the Mahometan Religion and Ceremonies. A Description of Constantinople. The Grand Seigniors Seraglio and his manner of living. Also of Greece, with the Religion and Customes of the Graecians. Of Egypt, the Antiquity, Hieroglyphicks, Rites, Customes, Discipline, and Religion of the Egyptians. A Voyage on the River Nilus and of the Crocodile. Of Armenia, Grand Cairo, Rhodes, the Pyramides, Colossus, Mummies &c. The former flourishing and present state of Alexandria. A Description of the Holy-Land; of the Jews and several Sects of Christians living there; of Jerusalem Sepulchre of Christ, Temple of Solomon and what else either of Antiquity or worth Observation. Lastly, Italy, described, and the islands adjoyning; As Cyprus, Crete, Malta, Sicilia, the Aeolian Islands;Of Rome, Venice, Naples Syracusa, Messena, Aetna, Scylla and Charybdis and other places of note. SIXTH EDITION 1658 (with 5th edition engraved title dated 1652 as should be in this edition), divided into 4 parts, small folio bound in eights, approximately 295 x 190 mm, 11½ x 7½ inches, engraved title as frontispiece, folding map of the eastern Mediterranean, small folding panorama plate of Seraglio plus 47 illustrations in the text, making a total of 50 illustrations, large decorated and historiated woodcut intials and headpieces, pages: printed title page, 2 pages "TO THE PRINCE", 1-240, bound in quarter brown morocco with pale brown boards, new endpapers, edges pale yellow. Slight rubbing to binding, a few pale patches to upper cover, pale browning to frontispiece, frontispiece slighty trimmed at lower margin with small repair to bottom of inner margin, no loss of image, pale browning affecting folds on map and panorama, worming to outer margins of pages 13-41, all neatly repaired, 6 pages have small pale brown spot to outer margins, last page has pale staining to outer margin, penultimate page has small tear with loss to outer margin, not affecting text, occasional ink spot, pale age browning and foxing, a few dusty margins, a few small black marks to fore-edge, otherwise a very good copy of a 17th century travel book. See Sotheby's, The Library of Henry M. Blackmer II, page 153 No. 297; The Library of Dimitris Contominas, Greek Civilization Through the Eyes of Travelers and Scholars, page 371, No. 639; The Sefik E. Atabey Collection, The Ottoman World, page 580, No. 1087. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        The Province of Ulster described with inset of "Enis Kelling Fort on Lough Farne", title cartouche and Scale cartouche showing "The Scale of Irish Miles".

      Sudbury & Humble, London 1610 - Original engraving. London, Sudbury & Humble, 1610 [c.1627]. The engraving (the plate) itself 51.2 cm wide x 38.3 cm wide. Mounted: ca 71 cm wide x 57 cm high. Excellent condition of this early, uncoloured Speed map of Ulster. Two tiny holes in outer margins only. John Speed (1552 – 28 July 1629) was an English cartographer and historian. He is known as England's most famous Stuart period mapmaker. Speed was born at Farndon, Cheshire, and went into his father's tailoring business. While working in London, his knowledge of history led him into learned circles and he came to the attention of Sir Fulke Greville, who subsequently made him an allowance to enable him to devote his whole attention to research. As a reward for his earlier efforts, Queen Elizabeth granted Speed the use of a room in the Custom House. His atlas The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine was published in 1610/11, and contained the first set of individual county maps of England and Wales besides maps of Ireland [five in all] and a general map of Scotland. Most, but not all, of the county maps have town plans on them; those showing a Scale of Passes being the places he had mapped himself. In 1627, two years before his death, Speed published Prospect of the Most Famous Parts of the World which was the first world atlas produced by an Englishman. There is a fascinating text describing the areas shown on the back of the maps in English, although a rare edition of 1616 of the British maps has a Latin text - this is believed to have been produced for the Continental market. Much of the engraving was done in Amsterdam at the workshop of Jodocus Hondius. His maps of English counties are often found framed in homes throughout the United Kingdom. He is buried with his wife in St Giles-without-Cripplegate church, Fore Street within the Barbican Estate in the City of London. A memorial to John Speed was also erected behind the altar of the church. According to the church's website, "[His was] one of the few memorials [in the church] that survived the bombing" of London during The Blitz of 1940–1941 . The website also notes that "[t]he cast for the niche in which the bust is placed was provided by the Merchant Taylors' Company, of which John Speed was a member." His memorial brass has ended up on display in the Burrell Collection near Glasgow. It was with the encouragement of William Camden that Speed began his Historie of Great Britaine, which was published in 1611.[7] Although he probably had access to historical sources that are now lost to us (he certainly used the work of Saxton and Norden), his work as a historian is considered mediocre and secondary in importance to his map-making, of which his most important contribution is probably his town plans, many of which provide the first visual record of the British towns they depict. In 1627 George Humble published the Prospect of the Most Famous Parts of the World, printed by John Dawson. This is the world map from this atlas with John Speed's name in the title, but not attributed to Speed's authorship. In 1611, he also published The genealogies recorded in the Sacred Scriptures according to euery family and tribe with the line of Our Sauior Jesus Christ obserued from Adam to the Blessed Virgin Mary, a biblical genealogy, reprinted several times during the 17th century. (Wikipedia) Sprache: English Excellent condition of this early, uncoloured Speed map of Ulster. Two tiny holes in outer margins only. The engraving (the plate) itself 51.2 cm wide x 38.3 cm wide.

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        "Li quatro ordeni delle Terre di Germania". Manuscript by an unknown hand. N. p. o. d., [Italy, c. 1570-1610].

      1610. ½ folio leaf (divided vertically), written on one side. Elegantly disposed manuscript list of a series of princes and places in the Holy Roman Empire, written in a fine late 16th-century italic hand, supplemented by a contemporary hand. - Curious listing of names of places and potentates in 'Germany' (actually, within the Holy Roman Empire, since the Duke of Lorraine and the Count of Savoy are included), enumerating every class by fours - e. g. four dukes, four landgraves, four cities, four vicars etc. Evidently either a jeu d'esprit or perhaps for a literary purpose, the piece is without any identification. Including the additions in another hand, there are 12 groups of four in all (a total of 48), enough for a deck of playing cards. In addition, the second hand has inserted digits from 1 to 12 randomly beside each group. Could this be the plan for a proposed pictorial set of cards? - Slightly browned and with small damages to edges.

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        Nonni Panopolitae Dionysiaca. Petri Cunaei Animadversionum Liber.

      1610. WECHALIANIS apud MARNIUM Claudium.. 1610. In-12.Carré. Relié plein cuir. Etat d'usage. Couv. convenable. Dos à nerfs. Intérieur acceptable. 1360 + 216 pages. Texte latin en regard du texte grec. Reliure plein veau glacé. Pièce de titre. Titre et caissons dorés sur le dos à 5 nerfs. Tranches rouges. Plats décorés aux armoiries. Mors fendus, quelques épidermures sur les nerfs. INTROUVABLE

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        Los anales de la Corona de Aragón

      Impreffos en Çaragoça, en el colegio de S. Vicente Ferrer por Lorenço de Robles, impresffor del mifmo Reyno. 1610 - Primer tomo 1610, los demás de 1697 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Die Grewel der Verwüstung Menschlichen Geschlechts; in sieben unterschiedlichen Büchern und unmeidlichen Hauptstücken, sampt einem lustigen Vortrab abgeteilt; Neben vor, mit, und nachgehenden, so wol Natürlichen als christlich, und politischen darwider streittbaren Mittlen; allen, so wol Geist, als Weltlichen Gelehrt und Ungelehrt, hoch und nidern Stands Personen, überaus nutz und sehr notwendig, wie auch kurtzweilig zu lesen [...]. Ingolstadt, Andreas Angermayr, 1610.

      1610. Folio (216 x 310 mm). (72), 1330, (2) pp. Title-page printed in red and black and with large woodcut illustration, portrait of the author engraved by Raphael Sadeler after H. A Kessel. Bound in elegant late 18th century quarter red morocco, flat spine, divided into panels by gilt double fillets, gilt lettering direct, blue Kattunpapier endpapers. Rare first edition of this early Baroque dietetics which delights in digressions covering a multitude of topics. The work sheds unparalleled light on the cultural history of its time, discussing the daily life and toil, art, physical exercise, etc. The book is interspersed with many poems, some quite robust. The aim of Guarinonius' work was to achieve a healthy lifestyle or what he called in an acrostic 'GESONDT' (i.e. Gott / Essen und trincken / Schlaffen und wachen / Oede oder Ringerung des Uberfluss / Nutzung oder Ubung des Leibs / Dauglich Lufft / Trost dess Gemüths; Grewel , p. 110). Hippolitus Guarinonius (1571-54) was Italian by birth but lived most of his life north of the Alps. His father was the personal physician to Emperors Maximillan II and Rudolph II. Hippolitus lived in Vienna and Prague and was educated by the Jesuits. After studying medicine in Padua, he settled in Hall in the Tyrol, and by 1598 was the official town physician. OCLC locates 5 copies in US: Bancroft, Berkeley, Tulane, Harvard, and National Library of Medicine. - 4 pages of mss. notes in Latin and German pasted on fly-leaf; the first six leaves with small stain in the gutter, not affecting text, a further three leaves with light stain to fore-edge, affecting just a few letters, occasionally some light browning due to paper quality, but a surprisingly crisp and fresh copy. Large armorial bookplate of William Stirling Maxwell. VD 17, 12:106998D. Goedeke II, 585, 21, 1. Hayn/Gotinger II, 697. Krivatsky 5082. Stalla 402.

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        Rare Douay Rheims Bible - 1st Edition - 1609 - Old Testament

      Genesis - Job in English. Translated from the Latin Vulgate into English made by members of the English College, Douai, in the service of the Catholic Church. Rebound. Good condition. The rest of the Old Testament was published in a second volume, the following year, in 1610.

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        Hexapla in Danielem: That is, A six-fold Commentarie vpon the most diuine prophesie of Daniel.

      Cambridge, Cantrell Legge 1610. 2 volumes in 1 binding, (4) 196, (4) 197-520 (16) p. Contemporary Vellum, Folio (Several white stains on the titlepage. Stains in the margins of the front and back of the text block, some old underlinings and annotations.).

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        The generall historie of the Turkes : from the first beginning of that nation to the rising of the Othoman familie : with all the notable expeditions of the Christian princes against them : together with The lives and conqvests of the Othoman kings .....

      London: Printed by Adam Islip, 1610. Second Edition:- TITLE CONTINUATION: - "and emperours". Richard Knolles ( late 1540s - 1610 ) was born in Northamptonshire. He received both his BA and his MA from Lincoln College, Oxford in 1565 and 1570 respectively. Knolles Historie is based heavily on a range of sixteenth-century printed chronicles and reports. It is, therefore, essentially a synthesis of other works, but a carefully crafted synthesis produced in English. Nothing of this scale and detail had appeared before, in English, on the Ottomans, and it would be another fifty years before a subsequent work in English would become the authority on the subject. Despite this fact, both Samuel Jonson and Lord Byron turned to Knolles centuries later, and both alluded to the richness of his prose style. William Shakespeare, moreover, likely used Knolles work (and possibly an earlier manuscript version) as a source for his Othello (ca. 1603-1604). This is the second edition of this major work in English but is enlarged from the first edition, and some may consider the more sought after as a result. In super overall condition, now professionally preserved and bound in Black and Navy Leather & Boards, with gilt embellished spine within the 5 raised bands. Now with new endpapers and pastedowns which are sympathetic to the period of the book. Consequently is bound tightly, and with all contents clean and secure. The early pages have a little fray at edges/margins, and a degree of creasing, but not as to damage the main text { images to follow }. The title was originally published in 1603. Collation: p. Engraved title page [ i ], viii, 1303 [ i ], a further xxxviii pages, to include 'A Brief discourse of the greatness of the Turkish Empire, and followed by an alphabetical list of Tables - i.e. the Index.'; The volume has numerous illustrated copper enravings throughout and these are as called for. The rear few pages are similarly affected to margins as stated for the first few in the book.However, this remains a stunning item, that is particularly difficult to find in this condition.. Hardcover. Very Good. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.

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        Discours Historique touchant l'Estat général des Gaules et principalement des Provinces de Dauphiné et Provence

      Barthélémy AncelinLyon Ed. originale 1610 In-12 (17 x 11 cm), 8 ff.n.ch., 131 ff., 3 ff. n.ch., plein veau du XVIIIe, dos à nerfs richement orné, gardes marbrées, triple filet doré sur les plats. Petite restauration dans la marge de la page de titre sans atteinte au texte. BIEN COMPLET DU PORTRAIT DE DU PERIER ET DE SON BLASON GRAVES. Un bois gravé feuillet 17. Bel exemplaire. Rare.

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        Cento novelle scelte da più nobili scrittori della lingua volgare di Francesco Sansovino nelle quali si contengono piacevoli e notabili avvenimenti. Nuovamente riformate, rivedute e corrette... e di nuovo aggiuntovi figure ad ogni novella.

      1610. Venezia, presso Alessandro Vecchi, 1610. In 4to (cm. 20); buona legatura di epoca recente in mezza pergamena con tasselli in pelle e titolo in oro; pp. (16), 440 (errori di numerazione). Una xilografia a piena pagina; una grande vignetta al frontespizio e 101 grandi vignette silografiche nel testo. Axs

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        Von einem guten und rühwigen Gewissen, außerlesener, edler und güldener Bücher Sieben. Erstlichen von . Joanne Spinaeo Adergavensi in Frantzösischer Spraach beschriben: Hernach von Theodoro Gautero Aurelianensi ins Latein ubersetzt. Jetzund aber . verdolmetscht, Durch Georgen Haubenreich, Buchhändler zu Wien in Oesterreich (Titelblatt fehlt)].

      [Frankfurt a. M., Claude de Marne seligen Erben 1610]. - Kl.-4°. (3) Bll. (von 4, Titel fehlt), 410 S., [5] Bl. Index (von 6, es fehlt das letzte, das 4. mit abgerissener unterer Hälfte). Blindgeprägter Schweinslederband d. Z. über Holzdeckeln, Rücken über 3 erhabenen Bünden, mit 1 (von 2) Metallschliessen (stark bestaubt). [Mitgebunden dessen:][ESPINE, Jean de l', Noch auserlesnere, edlere und güldnere Bücher Drey, welche ein gutes vnnd ruwiges Gewissen zuerlangen: eben so nutzlich und nötig, ja nutzlicher und nötiger als die vorigen siben seind. . Auff embsiges anhalten viler . Christen durch Georgen Haubenreich von Hirschhorn . verdolmetscht (Titelblatt fehlt)]. [2] Bl. (von 3, ohne Titelbl., 290 S. (statt 293). [Basel, Claude de Marne, 1598]. - [Und:][ESPINE, Jean de l', Tractatt von der Fürsehung Gottes: Darinnen Erstlich in gemein, wie sich die Göttliche fürsehung in allen Geschöpfen des Herren . sehen und blicken lasse; Demnach auch absonderlich, unnd in specie vermeldet und gelehrt wird, was diese Fürsehung . für Operationes und wirckungen gehabt habe . (Titelblatt und erste 2 Textbll. fehlen)]. S. 7-255. [Hanau, Claude de Marne und Jean Aubry Erben, 1603].Sammelband mit drei seltenen ersten deutschen Ausgaben von Werken des protestantischen französischen Moraltheologen Jean de l'Espine (1505-1597) aus Daon (Anjou). Sie sind von Georg Haubenreich aus dem Französischen übersetzt worden und erschienen im Verlag von Johann Aubry und Claude de Marne, beide Hugenottenflüchtlinge, die als Schwiegersöhne von Andreas Wechel 1581 dessen renommierten Frankfurter Verlag übernommen hatten und Filialen in Basel und Hanau unterhielten. - Bei allen drei Werken fehlen die Titelblätter, beim zweiten Werk auch noch die drei letzten Indexblätter und beim dritten Titel die beiden dem Titel nachfolgenden zwei ersten Textblätter. - Stärker gebräunt. - Ad I) VD 17, 23:28355P. - Ad II) VD 16, L 1313. - Ad III) VD 17, 23:283563Q. Die Monogeraphie von Louis Hogu: Jean de l'Esprine . Sa vie, son oeuvre, ses idées (1913) verzeichnet keinen einzigen deutschen Titel. Lang de

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        Institutionem Linguae Grecae liber secundus (-tertius)

      Romae, Apud Bartholomaeum Zanettum, 1610 - 2 parti in 1 volume in-16 (mm 105x71), ff. 24 n.n., 223, (1); 222, deliziosa legatura coeva in p. pelle riccamente decorata ai piccoli ferri con al centro dei piatti armi non identificate (due bande orizzontali in oro sormontate da aquila) entro clipeo con cimiero, agli angoli quattro aquile; completano la decorazione piccoli fioriellini, ombrelli con pendagli e al dorso un raffinato motivo ad intreccio; entro astuccio moderno. Soli volumi II (''De recta partium'') e III (''Syllabarum'') di importante grammatica greca ad uso degli Studenti del Collegio Romano, apparsa per la prima volta a Ingolstadt, ove l'a. era docente, nel 1593 e guò eduta dakki Zabettu bek 1596. Il volume primo di questa edizione apparve nel 1608. Gretser (1562-1625) fu controversista gesuita professore di filosofia e teologia; di vastissima erudizione, difese con larga documentazione storica la teologia del Bellarmino. Esemplare in importante legatura ascrivibile alla bottega dei Soresini: identico ferro per fiori, aquila e ombrello con pendagli, frequente nelle legature romane della fine del XVI e della prima metà del XVII secolo. Assieme a sfingi, erme e cariatidi, fa parte della ''gamma egizia'' della bottega dei Soresini, attiva dal 1585 al 1630 circa. Buon esemplare (piccolo strappo al margine inferiore del terzo ff. lievi gore d'umido) Sommervogel III, 1748-1755 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Les Oeuvres (...). Revues et corrigées en ceste dernière édition, supplées & augmentées sur la copie, mémoires & papiers de l'Autheur, de plusieurs passages & additions en divers endroits (...).

      1610 1Fort volume in-4, papier vélin ivoire, pièce de titre de maroquin rouge, monogramme couronné en pied, tranches rouges (rel. moderne), (6) f., (18) p., portrait gravé par L. Gaultier, 196 f., (1) f., (14) p., 197-591 f., (102) p. de table. Paris, David Le Clerc, 1610. Première édition, en partie originale, des oeuvres du "fondateur et premier auteur de l'histoire de la littérature en Europe" (J.-C. Espiner-Scott). Le volume s'ouvre sur le titre général en rouge et noir, suivi du "Catalogue des oeuvres (...) contenues en ce volume". Beau portrait de l'auteur gravé au burin par L. Gaultier (1610). Armes royales aux titres. Bandeaux, lettres ornées et culs-de-lampe gravés sur bois.Contient : "Les Antiquités gauloises ou françoises" -- "Origines des dignités et magistrats de France" -- "Origines des chevaliers, armoiries et Heraux" -- "Traité des libertés de l'Eglise gallicane" -- "Recueil de l'origine de la langue et poésie françoise, ryme & romans". Table et index."Servi par lexcellence de sa documentation (sa bibliothèque est déjà célèbre en 1556), Claude Fauchet va exhumer et sauver un grand nombre de textes inédits tout en sessayant à un premier classement de la littérature française (). Outre les notices sur quelques 127 trouvères et troubadours, il donne encore la première étude sur Rutebeuf, et publie bon nombre de leurs textes dont nous navons plus dautres traces que celles figurant dans cet ouvrage. Ce pionnier de lhistoire littéraire sera largement pillé par ses successeurs il reste comme le fait remarquer son biographe, J. Epinner-Scott : 'un des plus grands médiévistes sinon le plus grand avant Gaston Paris' " ('En Français dans le texte', n° 74). (Arbour, 5761. Brunet, II, 1191: "Collection fort recherchée").Quelques rousseurs et brunissures.Très bon exemplaire, bien relié.

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        ATLAS MELLIN HISTORIQUE ET GEOGRAPHIQUE.

      ANDRE PARIS. Non daté. In-4 Carré. Cartonnage d'éditeurs. Etat passable. Plats abîmés. Dos abîmé. Intérieur frais. 94 Pages avec de nombreuses cartes couleurs. Enseignement secondaire classique, enseignement secondaire moderne, specialement établi pour les examens du baccalaureats et de Saint-Cyr, Histoires textes et cartes 1° histoire de l'Europe de 1610 à 1789, 2° histoire contemporaine (1789 1895), Geographie (Textes et cartes) Geographie de la France et des Colonies francaises.

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        Of the Citie of God: with the Learned Comments of Io. Lod. Vives. Englished by I.H.

      [London]: Printed by George Eld, 1610. First edition thus. 4to bound in sixes. (20), 921, (11) pp. Contemporary full calf, spine with raised bands, blind tooled borders to the boards, the later book label of the the Rev. John H. Whish mounted into the front pastedown with his ownership inscription to the front blank, Whish's transcription of "Milner's short view of A's City of God" to both sides of the rear blank. Very subtle repairs to the spine ends, joints and corners, the foot of the front blank slightly worn with some neat restoration, a mild damp stain recurring to the upper edge of pages 45-66, a small wormhole to the final 23 leaves affecting the margin only and not encroaching into the text, a very good copy overall. The first printing of John Healey's translation into English of St. Augustine's "De Civitate Dei", including the commentary of Juan Luis Vives.

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        Regate delle donne

      (1610) - Incisione su rame, 250 x 171 mm (alla battuta), foglio di 229 x 341 mm. Carta vergata forte e filigrana a due lune. . All'interno della battuta la scritta: "Le donne habitanti i lidi circostanti a Ven. concorrono parimenti a così fatta festa vogando insieme et contendendo i premi con universal piacere de riguardanti. Franco forma con Privilegio". Bel foglio a pieni margini. Proveniente da "Habiti d'huomeni et donne venetiane con la processione della Ser.ma signoria et altri particolari cioè trionfi feste cerimonie publiche della nobilissima città di Venetia. ; La città di Venetia con l'origine e governo di quella. ; Habiti che gia' tempo usavano le donne vinetiane". Cicogna. Delle inscrizioni veneziane. Volume V, p. 439. Giacomo Franco (1550-1620). Figlio naturale del pittore e incisore Battista Franco e da tale Francesca da Urbino, nacque a Venezia, o più probabilmente a Urbino, nel 1550. Esercitò, operando sempre a Venezia, il mestiere di incisore, calcografo, editore benché nel suo testamento, rogato il 16 giugno 1620 dal notaio Fausto Doglioni, egli si definisca "desegnador". Il suo nome non ricorre mai negli atti dell'arte dei "libreri, stampatori e ligadori", mentre si trova negli elenchi della corporazione dei pittori, alle date 1606 e 1619, termini che indicano probabilmente l'anno di iscrizione all'arte, e quello di cessazione dell'attività. 17mo secolo

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         [ASIE DU SUD-EST] India orientalis.

      Dordrecht Adrianus Bottius 1610 150 x 184 mm. Carte gravée de l'Inde, de la Chine, de la péninsule indochinoise, de la Malaisie et des Philippines, issue de la seconde édition de l'Atlas minor de Mercator et Hondius. Texte latin au verso. C'est à Gérard Mercator, l'un des plus célèbres géographes de son temps, que l'on doit la projection employée dans les cartes marines. C'est également lui qui le premier utilisa le mot "atlas", en référence à un roi astronome mythique de Lybie qui aurait construit le premier globe céleste. Cette référence resta cependant confuse et l'iconographie n'a retenu que l'image du titan condamné à porter les cieux sur ses épaules. Après l'énorme succès remporté par ses atlas in-folio, Mercator conçut le projet de publier un atlas d'un format plus petit et plus maniable, donc moins onéreux et accessible à un plus large public. Publié pour la première fois en 1607, l'Atlas minor connut un très grand succès et fut maintes fois traduit. Bel exemplaire.

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        THEATRUM PATIENTIAE, seu Concionum XL. de Passione Domini notae. Convenerunt enim vere in civitate ista adversus sanctum puerum tuum Iesum, quem unxisti,

      Coloniae, excudebat Arnoldus Kempensis, sumptibus Ioannis Crithii, 1610.. Herodes, & Pontius Pilatus, cum gentibus & populis Israel, facere quae manus tua & consilium tuum decreverunt fieri. Latin text, 1610. Small 8vo, approximately 165 x 100 mm, 6½ x 3¾ inches, Jesuit device to title page, pages: (16), 428, (4) - final leaf blank, bound in full contemporary blind stamped pigskin over wooden boards, 2 metal clasps in working order, 1 metal fixing working loose, worn hand lettering to spine. Spine rubbed and slightly darkened, with vertical hair-line cracks, covers rubbed and marked, front inner paper hinge cracked, name on title page, most pages age-browned, heavily in a few places, binding tight and firm. Bound with another work by Bosquier: MONOMACHIA JESU CHRISTI, et Luciferi, incruenta; seu, Concionum XL. de tentationibus Christi in deserto, notae. Coloniae, apud Joannem Crithium, 1611. Same device on title page, Latin text, pages: (16), 302, (1) - final page is a blank. Same name written on title page, occasional light age-browning, small ink stain on 1 page, no loss of text. Philippe Bosquier (1562-1636) was a Flemish Franciscan theologian from Mons. As well as writing theological works he was known for his plays which attempted a moral lesson, and were generally populist in nature, speaking out against the men of society and the wealthy classes. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        I carichi militari.

      Antwerp, Joachim Trognesius, 1610 - 4to. [7 + 1 blank]f + 272p + [10]f. Text in roman & italic. Engraved title with allegorical figures and emblems of warfare + 5 finely engraved folding plates showing battle formations and military encampments. Ornamental woodcut head-pieces and initials. Contemporary vellum; rebacked. First edition of this treatise on the duties of the various military ranks and on military science in general by the Neapolitan Lelio Brancaccio, Marchese de Montesilvano (c.1560-1637), who served as military administrator in the Netherlands under Ambrogio Spinola. In 14 chapters the author describes the responsibilities of each rank from the common soldier to the general; 2 chapters are devoted to the office of chief of staff, a position he held under the King of Naples; the last chapter discusses the obligations of the prince to keep his army in good order. Three of the fine folding engravings illustrate formations of battle orders, two show fortified camps allocating correct locations for every unit. The manual was much in demand judging by four Italian reprints and a Spanish translation by Scavino (Barcelona, 1639) listed by Cockle. A few neat repairs in blank margins of first 2 leaves, occasional light traces of wear, otherwise a very good, clean copy with a contemporary French manuscript ownership entry, dated 1618, on verso of front flyleaf. Cockle 609; Jähns 579; Lipperheide Qb27 (war costume); Piantanida 1416. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Recueil de deux ouvrages de Jean Savaron

      reliés en un volume in-8, veau fauve marbré, dos à nerfs décoré «à la grotesque», pièce de titre havane, triple filet sur les plats, roulette décorative dorée sur les coupes, dentelle intérieure, tranches dorées (reliure ancienne) ; 1- Savaron, sieur de Villars (Maistre Jean) : Traicté contre les duels. Avec l'Edict de Philippe le Bel, de l'an M.CCC.VI. inédit. Paris, Adrian Périer, 1610 ; (1)f. blanc, (13), 125 pp. , (1) p. bl. , (1) f. blanc ; marque au compas au titre. 2- Savaron, sieur de Villars (Maistre Jean). Traicté de l'espée francoise. Paris, Perier, 1610 ; 56 pp. , vignette de titre carrée, gravée en taille douce. Edition originale de ces deux traités fort rares, dus à Maitre Jean Savaron, né à Clermont-Ferrand (1567-1622), conseiller au présidial de Riom, conseiller à la cours des aides de Clermont, président et lieutenant général de la senéchaussée d'Auvergne, conseiller du Roy ; «nommé député aux états généraux de 1614, il s'y distingua par son éloquence et s'éleva avec beaucoup d'énergie contre la vénalité des emplois.» Dans le premier traité, l'Edit de Philippe le Bel, ici en édition princeps en français, occupe les pp. 85-125 ; toute la partie qui traite des grands duels de l'histoire de France est très intéressante pour la connaissance de la société féodale et pour la Renaissance. Le second traité est une intéressante présentation, analyse et histoire de certaines coutumes guerrières françaises. Très bel exemplaire, d'une rare fraîcheur.

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        Episcopi Historiae Francorum libri decem. Quibus non ita pridem adiectus est liber XI centum & decem annorum historiam continens, alio quodam auctore. His appendicem ad Gregorium, ante quingentos circiter annos concinnatam, aliaque nonnulla eiusdem seculi & argumenti opuscula, quae pagella sequens docebit, hactenus non edita adtexuimus. Ex bibliotheca Laur. Bochelii.

      Paris, Pierre Chevalier, 1610,2 parties en un fort vol. petit in-8 (105 x 176 mm.), (8) ff., 520 pp., (3) ff. d'index, 209 pp. (mal chiffré : en réalité 199 pp.), (24) pp. d'index, (17) pp., (1) f. blanc, reliure d'époque vélin souple à rabats, titre manuscrit à l'encre au dos. Relié avec : JEAN DE MARMOUTIER Ioannis monachi Maioris Monasteri qui rege Ludovico iuniore vixit, Historiae Gauffredi ducis Normannorum, & comitis Andegauorum, Turonorum & Coenomannorum libri dup, hactenus non editi. Paris, Pierre Chevalier, 1610 ; 130 pp., (11) ff., manques de vélin aux rabats, quelques ff. brunis, une déchirure sans manque à la page 519.

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        Thomae Aquinatis Summa Totius Theologiae in qua quicquid in vniuersis Bibliis continetur obscuri, quicquid in veterum patrum (--) monumentis est doctrinae notabilis (---) Editio nouissima in qua studio ac lucubrationibus pauli Boudot (--). Trebati. Giulielmi Riverii. 1610.

      1 fort volume petit in folio relié plein veau d'époque, titre estampé, plats estampés (estampage un peu effacé), traces témoins de fermoirs mettaliques, accidents aux mors à l'amorce des nerfs et coiffes, 7 f. + 216 p. + 4 f. + 220 p. + 8 f. + 341 p. + 6 f. + 208 p. + 166 p. + index quelques mouillures angulaires, quelques restaurations marginales, charnière un peu visible au début du volume sans gravité, une tache d'encre page 52. Complet. Bel état pour cette édition de la Somme Théologique de saint Thomas d'Aquin.

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         [VIRGINIE/FLORIDE] Virginia et Florida.

      Dordrecht Adrianus Bottius 1610 152 x 183 mm. Carte gravée figurant la Viriginie et la Floride, issue de la seconde édition de l'Atlas minor de Mercator et Hondius. Texte latin au verso. Cette carte est basée sur la carte de Virginie de John White et sur celle de la Floride par Jacques Le Moyne. Les noms des villages indiens sont indiqués. C'est à Gérard Mercator, l'un des plus célèbres géographes de son temps, que l'on doit la projection employée dans les cartes marines. C'est également lui qui le premier utilisa le mot "atlas", en référence à un roi astronome mythique de Lybie qui aurait construit le premier globe céleste. Cette référence resta cependant confuse et l'iconographie n'a retenu que l'image du titan condamné à porter les cieux sur ses épaules. Après l'énorme succès remporté par ses atlas in-folio, Mercator conçut le projet de publier un atlas d'un format plus petit et plus maniable, donc moins onéreux et accessible à un plus large public. Publié pour la première fois en 1607, l'Atlas minor connut un très grand succès et fut maintes fois traduit. Mouillure claire dans la marge gauche.

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        Elementorum curviline orum libri tres. In quibus altera geometricee parte restituta, agitur de circuli quadratura...

      apud Bartholomaeum, Zannettum, 1610. Elementorum curviline orum libri tres. In quibus altera geometricee parte restituta, agitur de circuli quadratura... Porta, Gio. Battista. Romae, apud Bartholomaeum, Zannettum, 1610. In - 4°, m. pelle recente. (8), 96, (4) pp. con numerosi diagrammi incisi in legno n.t. Esemplare con firma cancellata nel frontespizio e lievi arrossature in poche pagine, peraltro ben conservato. I primi due capitoli di quest' opera furono pubblicati nel 1601 al seguito dei >; in questa seconda edizione l' Autore aggiunse un terzo capitolo >. La dedica del Porta a Federico Cesio è datata 1610. Il Riccardi, II, 310, cita un edizione di Napoli, 1609, presumibilmente inesistente. Libri, Mathematical Library, 1861, 5971: discovered the solution of squaring the circle...

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        Trattato della coltivazione delle viti e del frutto che se ne può cavare. - E la Coltivazione Toscana delle Viti, e d'Alcuni Arbori, del S. Bernardo Davanzati Bostichi. Aggiuntavi la difesa del Popone dell'eccellentiss. Dottore Sig. Lionardo Giacghini.

      Per Filippo Giunti, 1610. In-4° antico, cm. 21,5x15,5, legatura rifatta in piena pergamena antica, pp. n.numerate, 8, num. 128, n.n. 8. - n.n.4, num. 45-(3). - 8-20. Marca tipografica al frontespizio e alla fine. Piccolissimi e sapienti restauri all'angolo inferiore delle prime pagine, alcune carte (66-100), con una brunitura che non lede la lettura e avanzando si restringe al margine esterno, per poi riprendere sempre al margine nelle pagine a seguire. Leggera rifilatura ma nell'insieme ottimo e rara prima edizione. -(Giovanni Vettorio Soderini (Firenze, 1526 - Volterra, 3 marzo 1596) è stato un agronomo italiano. L'Opera apparve per la prima volta accompagnato da un altro trattato sul medesimo soggetto, di Bernardo Davanzati, e dall'Apologia del popone, di Giachini. L'opera di Soderini fu in seguito ristampata separatamente da Manni, Firenze, 1734, in-4°, con qualche aggiunta sulla vita dell'autore. Il trattato, che gli accademici della Crusca hanno inserito nel novero dei testi di lingua, contiene numerosi precetti, sui vigneti e sull'arte della fabbricazione e conservazioni dei vini, che l'esperienza successiva nel campo della viticoltura e dell'enologia non hanno mai smentito. Soderini era certo della grande importanza degli astri e della loro posizione in merito alla viticoltura: per esempio, consigliava di vendemmiare con la luna calante in uno specifico segno, perché se si raccoglieva meno vino si era almeno certi della sua qualità e conservazione.

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        Trattato della coltivazione delle viti, e del frutto che se ne può cavare. Del S. Gioanvettorio Soderini... E la Coltivazione Toscana delle Viti, e d'alcuni arbori del S. Bernardo Davanzati Bostichi...

      Firenze. Giunti. 1610. Cm. 21; pp. (8), 128, (8); (4), 45, (3). Cartonato ottocentesco, piatti inquadrati entro cornicetta impressa a secco, titoli calligrafici al dorso. Qualche brunitura ad alcune carte. Marca tipografica al frontespizio, qualche capilettera inciso. Seconda edizione 490 / P

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        CONSIDERATIONI sopra tutta la vita di N. S. Gesù Cristo di... della Compagnia di Gesù da Castelfidardo.

      Zanetti, 1610. gr. vol. in - 8, pp. (8), 160, leg. mod. m. perg. con angoli e tass. al d. Tagli spruzzati. Con 100 belle incis. in rame a p. pag. raffiguranti gli episodi del Vangelo dall'Annunciazione fino all'Ascensione. Tavole e front. siglati C. C. F. (forse Camillo Cungio). Esempl. conforme a quello descritto da Piantanida, 4841. Lievi aloni alle ultime carte. [239]

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        Viaggio da Venetia a Costantinopoli per marre, e per terra, et insieme quello di Terra Santa. Cioe citta, castelli, porti, golfi, isole, monti, fiumi, e' mari, opera utile a mercanti marinari, & studiosi di geografia.

      Venice Stefano Scolari n.d. circa 1610 - Small folio (27 x 19.75 cm), edge-bound, engraved title within elaborate border, 75 engraved plans and maps (General map and plan of Zarra with manuscript in ink below image, Rovigno, plate 4, torn into image and partly laid down), a little light spotting and soiling, old vellum-backed boards. Rare series of views of the cities, ports and islands between Venice and Constantinople, as well as Cyprus and Jerusalem. It was first published in 1598. This edition was published without the text. Several of the maps and plans resemble those in G.F. Camocio's Isole famose, particularly the maps of individual Greek islands, among which are Corfu, Crete and Cyprus. They were probably engraved by Natale Bonifacio. The "book of islands," or isolario, was invented and initially developed in Italy during the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. Like the portolano, or pilot-book, to which it was related, it had its origins in the Mediterranean, as an illustrated guide for travelers in the Aegean Archipelago and the Levant. First published in 1598. This edition, published without any text, was edited by M. Sadeler and contains three more maps than the first. Rosaccio (c. 1530-1620) was a Venetian physician and cosmographer. He was an authority on the Geography of Claudius Ptolemy, of which he published the Italian version of Ruscelli, with additions by himself in 1598-1599. He produced many small format atlases and geographical works, as well as works on astronomy and astrology. Cf. Blackmer 1447 (first edition); cf. Cobham-Jeffery p.53 and Weber II, 801; not in Atabey or Contominas. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Newe geometrische und perspectivische Inventiones etlicher sonderbahrer Instrument ¿

      Wolffgang Richter and Anthonius Humm, Frankfurt am Main 1610 - 38 pp., (1) f. integral blank, (3) folding plates, with engraved title, half-page engraved arms at dedication, and three engravings lettered A-C in the text (first two being half-page and the third full-page). Quarter bound in modern tan calf and pasteboards, title gold tooled on spine, red sprinkled edges. Very minor rubbing to binding. Small printer¿s crease to corner of title, some dampstaining at pp. 19-33, an occasional minor spot in the margin, small tear where third plate connects to binding. Overall excellent. Rare first edition of this illustrated treatise on instrument making by the Ulm mathematician and military architect Johann Faulhaber (1580-1635), a work principally important in the history of science and technology for its engraved technical illustrations of Galileo Galilei¿s (1564-1624) famous ¿proportional compass¿ ¿ the first such illustrations to appear in print ¿ and for its revealing anecdote of how Faulhaber came to learn of the instrument and of its inventor, ¿Gallileus de Gallilei Professor zu Padua.¿ This device ¿ more usefully described as ¿Galileo¿s Sector¿ to distinguish it from the various ¿compasses¿ which appeared in the late sixteenth century ¿ has been called the forerunner of the pocket computer, and so revolutionary was its utility that it ¿suddenly made it possible for nearly everyone to deal effectively with almost any [mathematical] problem arising in practical matters by following rather simple instructions¿ (Drake, p. 10). Galileo invented his remarkably useful instrument around 1596, calling it the geometrical and military compass. The device bears nine sets of lines or scales for calculating square and cube roots, determining interest rates, making monetary exchanges, squaring the circle, performing trigonometric calculations for surveying, and determining specific weights of metals and stones (essential for artillery). Galileo first described this instrument in 1606 in a privately printed user¿s guide La Operazione del Compasso. (printed in only 60 copies in his house) to accompany the instrument but without illustrating it so as to minimize the risk of piracy, a serious and chronic problem for him at the time. In the present work, Faulhaber explicitly credits Galileo with being the instrument¿s first inventor (¿and not I¿), and illustrates the two sides of the proportional compass for the first time in print, on separate folding plates, with his calibrations stressing its mercantile qualities with adjustments for the measuring standards of Ulm. He includes a summary of the instrument¿s wider uses and marvels at its flexibility, noting that his good friend, the excellent painter Georg Brentel of Lauingen (1581-1634) has already devised a way to use it for recalibrating sundials (Brentel would publish on Galileo¿s invention in 1614). The Galileo scholar Stillman Drake tells us that Faulhaber¿s text relates (p. 27) ¿that his acquaintance with [the instrument] dated from a visit paid to him (probably in 1603) by Mathias Bernegger en route from Austria to Strasburg. Faulhaber had recognized the value of the instrument, although he considered some of its scales less useful than others that he put in their places. He said further that before publishing he had made careful inquiries to determine the name of the original inventor and had learned that this was Galileo Galilei, professor of mathematics at Padua. Because Bernegger seems never to have visited Italy, it is probable that he had seen the silver example of the instrument sent by Galileo to the Archduke of Austria and in that way knew of its inventor. Faulhaber¿s inquiries were probably made because of other claimants who appeared in the meanwhile¿ (S. Drake, p. 26), professing to be the author and/or maker of Galileo's remarkable device. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        L'Histoire et chronique de Normandie

      1610Rouen. Martin Mégissier. 1610. 1 volume in-8, veau brun légèrement frotté, dos à nerfs orné.[8] ff. ; 206 ff. ; [2] ff. - [72] ff. Quatrième édition de ces Chroniques de Normandie, illustrée d'une carte dépliante de Rouen.A la suite se trouve une seconde partie : NAGEREL. Jean : Description du pays et duché de Normandie, appelée anciennement Neustrie, de son origine Avec une carte dépliante de Normandie. Seconde édition de cette deuxième partie de la Chronique de Nagerel : le Livre de la Pucelle, que l'on trouvera aux ff. Bb2 - Cc7 forme l'une des premières histoires imprimées de Jeanne d'Arc. Frère II, 242 et 335 . Cioranescu, XVI, 16467 (pour l'originale de 1578).

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        Le pantheon Huguenot decouvert et ruiné contre l'aucteur de l'Idolatrie papistique, ministre de Vauvert, cy devant d'Aigues mortes

      chez Pierre Rigaud, 1610. - chez Pierre Rigaud., A Lyon 1610, in-8 (11,5x17cm), (24) 399pp. (1bc) (27) (1bc)., relié. - First Edition. Rare. L'opera sarà poi tradotto in latino nel 1613 come frontespizio raffigurante il Pantheon di Adriano caratteri rotti e varie. Dedicato a Enrico IV. Pergamena intero periodo. Dorso liscio rispetto alla penna rossa. Un pezzo di pergamena mancante sul retro (1,5x2,5cm) e quella inferiore piatta (3x1cm). Laces ancora presenti, ma brevi. Prima pagina di copertina staccato. Da p. 222, una galleria di 1 cm di altezza nel mezzo del testo, questa galleria due fori diventano più grandi o più piccoli, poi evolve in misura maggiore sull'indice (3 cm). Torna collega libri del libro, che prende meno manca di alcune cuciture. Una parte della lettura di un libro protestante, idolatria papistical (anche lui ha scritto in risposta ad un primo libro Richeome, ugonotto idolatria) gesuita Louis Richeome dimostra che l'eresia protestante non è solo idolatra e iconoclasta, ma anche adorare la luna e Venere, il Diavolo e altre divinità pagane, come Saturno. Richeome era molto popolare nel suo tempo come polemista e scrittore, è stato soprannominato il Cicerone francese, non ha mai smesso di difendere i Gesuiti contro gli attacchi da tutte le parti, e assediare Enrico IV e di porsi sotto la sua protezione in tutti i suoi libri. E 'ormai considerato uno dei precursori dell'umanesimo devoto, interpretato da Francesco di Sales. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Rare. L'oeuvre sera ensuite traduite en latin en 1613. Un titre-frontispice figurant le Panthéon d'Hadrien brisé et divers personnages. Dédié à Henri IV. Reliure en plein Parchemin d'époque. Dos lisse avec titre à la plume rouge. Un morceau de Parchemin manque sur le dos (1,5x2,5cm) et sur le plat inférieur (3x1cm). Lacets encore présents, mais courts. Première page de garde détachée. A partir de la p. 222, une galerie de vers d'1cm de hauteur au milieu du texte, cette galerie devenant deux trous plus ou moins larges, puis évoluant de manière plus importante sur l'index (3cm). Il manque certaines coutures au dos reliant les cahiers de l'ouvrage, qui se tient moins bien. A partie de la lecture d'un livre Protestant, L'Idolâtrie papistique (lui même écrit en réponse à un premier livre de Richeome, l'Idolatrie huguenote) le Jésuite Louis Richeome démontre que l'hérésie protestant est non seulement iconoclaste et idolâtre, mais également adoratrice de la lune et Vénus, du Diable et autres divinités païennes, telle que Saturne. Richeome fut très apprécié de son temps comme polémiste et écrivain, on le surnomma le Cicéron français, il n'eut de cesse de défendre les Jésuites contre les attaques de toutes parts, et de faire le siège de Henri IV et de se placer sous sa protection dans tous ses livres. On le considère aujourd'hui comme l'un des précurseurs de l'humanisme dévot, incarné par François de Sales.

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        THEATRUM BOTANICUM, THE THEATER OF PLANTS OR A UNIVERSAL AND COMPLETE HERBALL

      LONDON COTES 1610 - FIRST EDITION, TWO VOLUMES. RECENTLY PROFESSIONALLY RESTORED AND RE-BOUND IN FULL CALF, RAISED BANDS AND GILT TITLES, NEW ENDPAPERS. HENCE A VERY ATTRACTIVE AND TIGHT SET. A NUMBER OF (MISSING) PAGES HAVE BEEN BY REPLACED BY FACSIMILIES, INCLUDING THE TITLE PAGE AND PRELIMS. OF VOLUME 1. PAGES 1631 TO 1648 ARE BOUND IN AFTER FINIS. THE INDEX (PAGES 1689 TO 17550 ARE PHOTOCOPIES. WITH NUMEROUS (OVER 2000) WOODCUTS IN THE TEXT. VOLUME 1, 874 pp, VOLUME TO 875 TO 1688, PLUS INDEX TO PAGE 1755. IN SUMMARY: A LOVELY BINDING OF A COMPLETE COPY BUT WITH MANY FACSIMILIE PAGES. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Les Oeuvres latines et francoises

      Pierre Chevalier, 1610. - Pierre Chevalier, Paris 1610, in-4 (16x23,5cm), relié. - Prima edizione di questa raccolta di poesie divisa in tre parti, tra cui poesie latine, imitazioni in versi francesi di Orazio e Ovidio, sonetti, odi, le tombe ei due libri di Verso misura di Nicolas Rapin (intorno al 1535 -1608). La terza parte, costituita da 47 pagine, contiene vari pezzi di prosa, alcune poesie latine e suona in versi sei francese su Rapin. Posta Binding (1860) aperto dolore bionda, torna con quattro falsi nervi decorate con scatole dorate e parte verde del titolo, dorato triple net incorniciano i piatti, merletti interno, sezioni dorati. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale de ce recueil poétique divisé en trois parties, comprenant des poésies latines, des imitations en vers français d'Horace et d'Ovide, des sonnets, des odes, des tombeaux et les deux livres des Vers mesurez de Nicolas Rapin (vers 1535-1608). La troisième partie, composée de 47 feuillets, contient diverses pièces de prose, quelques poésies latines et six pièces en vers français sur Rapin. Le titre général est orné d'une vignette gravée sur cuivre aux armes de France et de Navarre. Reliure postérieure (vers 1860) en plein chagrin blond, dos à quatre faux nerfs orné de caissons dorés et d'une pièce de titre verte, triple filet doré en encadrement des plats, dentelle intérieure, tranches dorées. Selon les vœux de l'auteur, cette édition a été établie par son ami Gillot et sous la direction de Scévole de Sainte-Marthe. On la trouve soit à l'adresse de Pierre Chevalier, soit à celle d'Olivier de Varennes. De la bibliothèque Léon Laurent Pichat, directeur de la Revue de Paris, avec son ex-libris. Manquent les 4 feuillets de table.  

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        Les Oeuvres de Feu M. Claude Fauchet Premier Président de la Cour des Monnoyes. reveues et corrigées en ceste dernière édition, suppleées et augmentées sur la copie, mémoires et papiers de l'autheur, de plusieurs passages et additions en divers endroits.

      A Paris chez David Le Clerc et chez Jean de Heuqueville 1610 5 parties en 2 vol. in-4 à pagination continue de (12)-(196)-(8)-320 ff. pour le premier volume ; (10)-(470)-(5)-(531)-(21)-591-(50) ff. pour deuxième volume, veau brun, dos à 5 nerfs, triple filet doré d'encadrement doré sur les plats (reliure de l'époque). Première édition collective rare, conforme à la collation, rarement si précise, donnée par Brunet : « Collection curieuse et fort recherchée. Elle a paru d'abord sans le titre général que nous venons de donner, titre qui a été ajouté un peu plus tard ainsi qu'un catalogue des ouvrages contenus dans le volume, savoir 1° Les Antiquités gauloises et françoises, 3 parties ; la première, livres I à V, a 10 ff. préliminaires et 196 ff. chiffrés ; la seconde, livres VI à VIII, 8 ff. pretiminaires et le texte coté de 197 à 320 ; la troisième, livres IX à XII, 10 ff. préliminaires, et le texte coté de 321 à 470. 2° Origines des dignitez et magistrats de France, 5 ff. préliminaires et texte coté de 472 à 505. 3° Origine des chevaliers, armoiries et héraux... 2 ff. préliminaires et texte coté 506 à 532. 4° Recueil de l'origine la langue et poésie françoise, 4 ff. prélimimaires et texte, feuillets 533 à 591. 5° La Table générale, en 51 ff. non chiffrés, mais avec des signatures depuis le 4e feuillet du cahier R sept jusqu'au second feuillet du cahier G huit. Il doit se trouver de plus, après le feuillet 532, un Traité des libertés de l'église gallicane, en 12 ff., et deux opuscules en 2 ff. chacun, intitulés, l'un De la ville de Paris, l'autre Pour le couronnement du roy Henrï IIII. Comme ces quatre derniers feuillets ne sont point chiffrés et qu'ils ont pour signatures des étoiles qui ne correspondent pas avec les signatures du volume (A premier alphabet jusqu'à G huitième alphabet), ils pourraient manquer sans qu'on s'en aperçût, car ils ne sont pas portés dans le catalogue qui accompagne le titre ajouté par le libraire David Leclerc. Les titres particuliers de chaque partie portent le nom du libraire Jean de Huqueville joint à celui de son confrère » (Brunet II, 1191). De la bibliothèque du Président Crozat, marquis de Tugny, dont la vente eut lieu en 1751 (n°3662 du catalogue), avec cette annotation à la plume : Ex Bibliotheca D. Crozat in suprema Parisiensi Curia Praesidis. Ex-libris Bibliothèque M. de Gaillon. Exemplaire très bien relié ; quelques discrètes restaurations. Annotations marginales du temps ; quelques rousseurs.

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        Les OEuvres. Revues, Corrigees, Aumentees de Nouveaux Commentaires. Annotations en Marge et Embellie de figures sur tous les Jours de la sepmaine...avecq l'argument Général et Amples sommaires au Commencement de chacun livre par S.G.S. [Simon Goulard de Senlis].

      Paris, Jean de Bordeaulx, 1610. In-folio de 12 feuillets dont un beau titre frontispice, 457 pages; 4 feuillets dont le titre de la seconde Sepmaine, 534 pages, [16] p., caractères romains et italiques, lettres ornées, bandeaux. Ex-libris armorié non identifié. Vélin ivoire d'époque à recouvrement en bon état (tache d'une ancienne mouillure au premier plat). ÉDITION LA PLUS COMPLÈTE et la mieux imprimée. Considérée comme la plus belle édition, elle fait pendant au Ronsard de 1609 et matérialise le succès de Du Bartas, comparable à celui de Ronsard. On connaît d'ailleurs le mot du poète des Amours sur la Sepmaine : " M. du Bartas a plus fait en une semaine que je n'ai fait en toute ma vie". Cette édition est également la première illustrée : elle est ornée d'un titre-frontispice et de 7 figures à mi-page par Martin de Vos, Elie van Bose, Thomas de Leu et E. Charpy. Titre dans un bel encadrement gravé. La seconde partie est précédée d'un titre particulier à la date de 1610. L'édition est partagée entre Claude Rigaud, Toussaint du Bray et Jean de Bordeaux. Très bel exemplaire. Brunet

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         [CHYPRE] Cyprus - Stalimini - Chius - Mitilene - Negroponte - Cerigo - Rhodus.

      Dordrecht Adrianus Bottius 1610 145 x 187 mm. Carte gravée de l'île de Chypre avec 6 petites cartes des îles de Lemnos, Scio, Lesbos, Eubée, Cythère et Rhodes, issue de la seconde édition de l'Atlas minor de Mercator et Hondius. Texte latin au verso. C'est à Gérard Mercator, l'un des plus célèbres géographes de son temps, que l'on doit la projection employée dans les cartes marines. C'est également lui qui le premier utilisa le mot "atlas", en référence à un roi astronome mythique de Lybie qui aurait construit le premier globe céleste. Cette référence resta cependant confuse et l'iconographie n'a retenu que l'image du titan condamné à porter les cieux sur ses épaules. Après l'énorme succès remporté par ses atlas in-folio, Mercator conçut le projet de publier un atlas d'un format plus petit et plus maniable, donc moins onéreux et accessible à un plus large public. Publié pour la première fois en 1607, l'Atlas minor connut un très grand succès et fut maintes fois traduit. Bel exemplaire.

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        El Ingenioso Hidalgo Don Quixote de la mancha, comuesto por Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra.

      Milan Heredero de Pedromartir Locarni y Juan Bautista Bidello 1610 In-8 plein vélin ivoire à recouvrement In-8 de (1) f.bl., (16) ff., 722 pp. Plein vélin ivoire à recouvrement, dos lisse portant calligraphié à la plume « Don Quixote » et la date d'impression « 1610 », titre de l'œuvre répété à l'encre sur la tranche inférieure. Reliure de l'époque. PRECIEUSE EDITION « peu commune » DE « Don Quixote » D'APRES SALVA ; PREMIERE EDITION IMPRIMEE EN ITALIE, ELLE EST AUSSI LA PREMIERE ISSUE DE PRESSES EXTERIEURES A L'EMPRISE DIRECTE ESPAGNOLE. Palau 51983; Rius (Cervantes) I, n° 9; Salva 1550; Heredia 2512. La question de l'attribution définitive à Cervantès-même de la totalité des « changements considérables et corrections importantes » est tranchée depuis les travaux récents de Francesco Rico et AUJOURD'HUI LES EDITEURS LES PLUS SCEPTIQUES RECONNAISSENT QUE C'EST L'EDITION ORIGINALE DE 1608, ENTIEREMENT REVUE ET CORRIGEE PAR L'AUTEUR MEME, QUI FAIT REFERENCE (voir Francisco Rico - Critical edition for the Instituto Cervantes, 1998 ; Benoges et Fonbuena, Bibl, Cervantica, 9 et Catalogo Colectivo del patrimonio Bibliografico Espanol (1992). SUPERBE EXEMPLAIRE, TRES PUR, CONSERVE DANS SON ELEGANTE RELIURE DE L'EPOQUE EN VELIN IVOIRE A RECOUVREMENT. *** 8vo [150 x 100 mm] of (1) bl. l., (16) ll., 722 pp. Bound in full contemporary overlapping vellum, flap spine with "Don Quixote" and the date "1610" beautifully handwritten, title of the work repeated in ink on the lower edge. Contemporary binding. A PRECIOUS NOT COMMON EDITION OF "Don Quixote" ACCORDING TO SALVA; THE FIRST EDITION PRINTED IN ITALY, IT IS ALSO THE FIRST ONE DERIVING FROM PRESSES OUT OF THE DIRECT SPANISH INFLUENCE. TODAY THE MOST SKEPTICAL EDITORS ACKNOWLEDGE THAT THIS IS THE FIRST EDITION OF 1608, ENTIRELY REVIEWED AND CORRECTED BY THE AUTHOR HIMSELF THAT IS THE REFERENCE. *** Très bon

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        Histoire de Barlaam et de Josaphat Roy des Indes, Composée par S. Jean Damascène et traduite par F. Jean de Billy, Prieur de la Chartreuse de Nostre-Dame de Bonne Espérance, près le château de Gaillon.

      Lyon, Rigaud, 1610; fort vol. in-16, veu fauve, encadrement de fil. dor. et dent. à froid, dos orné, dent. Intér. dor., tr. dor. (Ducastin). 671 pp., 1 p.n.ch. (Sonnet par Leonarde de La Ville), 6 ff. table. Jean de Billy était un des frères Billy, fils du gouverneur Louis de Billy. Il fut prieur de la chartreuse Notre-Dame de Bonne Espérance près de Gaillon en Normandie. Voir Frère I, 108. La première édition de l'Histoire de Barlaam et Josaphat fut publiée à Paris en 1574. Ce roman grec qui longtemps attribué à S. Jean de Damas (VIII e siècle) n'est sans doute pas de lui. Voir la longue notice à ce sujet dans le Diction. de Spiritualité tome 8 p.464, qui penche pour une attribution à Euthymios d'Ibêre. Le roman raconte l'histoire du fils du roi des Indes qui, malgré son père, se convertit au christianisme et se fait moine grâce au moine Barlaam. L'ouvrage connut une diffusion considérable dans la chrétienté orientale et occidentale. Rare édition lyonnaise inconnue de R. Arbour et de Brunet. Bel exemplaire relié par Piere-Alexis Ducastin, un relieur parisien né en 1785 et qui s'établit rue St Jacques en 1812. Il mourut en 1860.

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        Remonstrance à Messieurs de la cour de Parlement sur le parricide comis en la personne du roy Henry le Grand

      S.n, 1610. - S.n., S.l. [Paris] 1610, in 8 (10,5x16,5cm), 40pp., broché. - Prima edizione. Raro Paperback, in carta marrone .. Opuscolo particolarmente violenta che inizia in esonero Ravaillac che sarebbe stato uno strumento di morte al servizio dei Gesuiti. Regicidio sarebbe il culmine di una vasta cospirazione che cercano di consolidare il potere del papa a spese del re. Questo opuscolo è stato scritto da l'entourage di Philippe de Mornay. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Peu courant Broché, sous papier gris. Pamphlet particulièrement violent qui débute en disculpant Ravaillac qui n'aurait été qu'un instrument de mort au service des Jésuites. Le régicide serait l'aboutissement d'un vaste complot cherchant à asseoir le pouvoir du pape au détriment de celui du roi. Cette brochure aurait été composée par l'entourage de Philippe Duplessis-Mornay. NB : Cet ouvrage est disponible à la librairie sur demande sous 48 heures.

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        La Vergine col bambino e San Giovannino

      1610. Acquaforte, 1610 circa, firmata n lastra in basso a destra. Buona prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, irregolarmente rifilata al rame, leggere abrasioni nell aparte superiore, per il resto in buono stato id conservazione. Rara. Bartsch 1 150 210

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        Newe geometrische und perspectivische Inventiones etlicher sonderbahrer Instrument .

      Frankfurt am Main: Wolffgang Richter and Anthonius Humm, 1610. Hardcover. Near Fine. 38 pp., (1) f. integral blank, (3) folding plates, with engraved title, half-page engraved arms at dedication, and three engravings lettered A-C in the text (first two being half-page and the third full-page). Quarter bound in modern tan calf and pasteboards, title gold tooled on spine, red sprinkled edges. Very minor rubbing to binding. Small printer's crease to corner of title, some dampstaining at pp. 19-33, an occasional minor spot in the margin, small tear where third plate connects to binding. Overall excellent. Rare first edition of this illustrated treatise on instrument making by the Ulm mathematician and military architect Johann Faulhaber (1580-1635), a work principally important in the history of science and technology for its engraved technical illustrations of Galileo Galilei's (1564-1624) famous 'proportional compass' - the first such illustrations to appear in print - and for its revealing anecdote of how Faulhaber came to learn of the instrument and of its inventor, "Gallileus de Gallilei Professor zu Padua." This device - more usefully described as 'Galileo's Sector' to distinguish it from the various 'compasses' which appeared in the late sixteenth century - has been called the forerunner of the pocket computer, and so revolutionary was its utility that it "suddenly made it possible for nearly everyone to deal effectively with almost any [mathematical] problem arising in practical matters by following rather simple instructions" (Drake, p. 10). Galileo invented his remarkably useful instrument around 1596, calling it the geometrical and military compass. The device bears nine sets of lines or scales for calculating square and cube roots, determining interest rates, making monetary exchanges, squaring the circle, performing trigonometric calculations for surveying, and determining specific weights of metals and stones (essential for artillery). Galileo first described this instrument in 1606 in a privately printed user's guide La Operazione del Compasso... (printed in only 60 copies in his house) to accompany the instrument but without illustrating it so as to minimize the risk of piracy, a serious and chronic problem for him at the time. In the present work, Faulhaber explicitly credits Galileo with being the instrument's first inventor ("and not I"), and illustrates the two sides of the proportional compass for the first time in print, on separate folding plates, with his calibrations stressing its mercantile qualities with adjustments for the measuring standards of Ulm. He includes a summary of the instrument's wider uses and marvels at its flexibility, noting that his good friend, the excellent painter Georg Brentel of Lauingen (1581-1634) has already devised a way to use it for recalibrating sundials (Brentel would publish on Galileo's invention in 1614). The Galileo scholar Stillman Drake tells us that Faulhaber's text relates (p. 27) "that his acquaintance with [the instrument] dated from a visit paid to him (probably in 1603) by Mathias Bernegger en route from Austria to Strasburg. Faulhaber had recognized the value of the instrument, although he considered some of its scales less useful than others that he put in their places. He said further that before publishing he had made careful inquiries to determine the name of the original inventor and had learned that this was Galileo Galilei, professor of mathematics at Padua. Because Bernegger seems never to have visited Italy, it is probable that he had seen the silver example of the instrument sent by Galileo to the Archduke of Austria and in that way knew of its inventor. Faulhaber's inquiries were probably made because of other claimants who appeared in the meanwhile" (S. Drake, p. 26), professing to be the author and/or maker of Galileo's remarkable device.

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        Theatre of the Empire of Great. County Map of Berkshire

      John Sudbury & George Humble, London - Single sheet (15 x 20 inches, full margins showing the plate mark, two inch tear top right corner, very thin 6.5 inch early crease line bottom left). A wonderful uncolored engraved map of the royal county of Berkshire, stretching from the border with Wiltshire in the west to the county of Surrey in the east. Engraved by Jodocus Hondius in Amsterdam in 1610, this map displays the aesthetic quality for which he is renowned. The best example of this on the map is the inset view of Windsor Castle as it would have been seen from over the river in the neighbouring village of Eton. The map was printed as part of Speeds revered atlas, 'Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine'. The map was part of the earliest English attempt at producing an atlas on a grand scale as part of 'The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britain', the work for which Speed is best known. This celebrated Atlas contained the first set of county maps consistently attempting to show the boundaries of territorial divisions and the first truly comprehensive set of English town plans-a notable contribution to British topography. After 15 years assembling the Atlas it was published to immediate success: three new editions and issues appeared during Speed's lifetime and the work remained popular into the eighteenth century. Indeed the maps of this Atlas remain one of the most popular with map collectors around the world. John Speed was born in the Cheshire village of Farndon and from his youth pursued his father's profession of tailoring. He later moved to London to continue this trade, though Speed's real passions lay elsewhere, namely in the fields of antiquity and cartography. He joined the Society of Antiquaries where his enthusiasm soon attracted the attention of notables such as William Camden and Sir Fulke Greville. In 1596 Greville provided Speed with a full time allowance to write a 'Historie of Great Britaine'. It was during this project that Speed decided to add a cartographic supplement to the work and it was from this that his famous atlas, 'The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine', was born. The individual maps of this Atlas are among the best known and among the most sought-after of all county maps. With a decorative cartouche and an intricate compass rose this is a particular fine county map.The map also sports a depiction of the battle of Radcott bridge which occurred on the Berkshire and Oxfordshire border where the kings troops where defeated by the armies of disaffected magnates including the Earl of Derby. The maps themselves were derived from the best and most up- to-date sources available. We are unaware of any 1676 edition of this map in original color. When it was published it would have been studied by nobles and officials without colour and we feel this same experience is strongly preferable to other maps with more recent colouring. This map of the royal county is truly a both beautiful and fascinating item. Description prepared for Arader Galleries by Jack Rogers (Eton College, Oxford University Geography Undergraduate)

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        Bando Generale Dell'Illustrissimo, e Reverendissimo Sig. Benedetto Card. Giustiniano. Legato di Bologna, Pubblicato alli 23. di Giugno, & reiterato alli 24. di Luglio 1610

      1610. pp.75, (13), frontespizio in rosso e nero, con stemma araldico in xilografia e figure allegoriche. Antica firma cancellata al front. Timbro di appartenenza privata. Bando di notevole rarità riferito in gran parte alla criminalità del tempo (omicidio, furto, corruzione, coito violento, sodomia, gioco proibito, veleni, ecc.)UnitoPrivilegi, Esenzioni, e gratie Concesse...alle milizie dello Stato Ecclesiastico. in Roma, & in Bologna, per Giacomo Moni (Monti) s.d. (1672). pp. 16, al frontespizio grande stemma papale xilografico.unitoConstituzioni et Provisioni de gli uffici utili Della Communità di Bologna. Nuovamente riformate, & legittimamente approvate Alli 14. di Giugno 1632. in Bologna, 1632 Per l'Herede del Benacci Stampatore Camerale. pp. (10), 18 + (4), grande stemma xilografico al frontespizio.unitoNovae Constitutiones Super Officio Aquarum Statutis, alijsq; eiusdem Officij Constitutionibus superadditae ex Senatus Consulto Habito sub die 20. Maij 1702. Bononiae, Apud Haeredem Victorij Benatij. pp. 12, stemma della Città di Bologna al frontespizio (placchetta in latino)unitoCapitoli e regole Da osservarsi dal Notaro dell'Ornato. In Bologna, per l'Herede del Benacci (1661). pp. (16), le ultime 2 bianche, stemma della città di Bologna al frontespizio.unitoDecreta e Ordinationes Pro bono regime Officii Turroni...Eminentissmi...Cardinalis Augustini Cusani...anno MDCCXVI Bononiae, Typis Successorum Benatij (1716). pp. (2), 40, testo in latino e italiano.unitoConstitutio Eminentiss. et Reverendiss. Domini D. Cardinalis Rufi...Super Sequestris, et Tenutae Mandatis.Bononiae Apud Clementem Mariam Sassi Successorem, 1725. pp. 13 (1), grande stemma cardinalizio xilografico in rosso e nero al frontespizio. Testo in latino. In 4°, 7 opere rilegate in unico volume. Legatura in pergamena coeva leggermente slegata, titolo manoscritto al dorso. Nel complesso curiosa opera, assai difficile da trovarsi in queste condizioni.

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        Halbfigürliches Portrait im Profil nach rechts.

      1610 1610 - Kupferstich, 1610, auf Bütten. 20,2:12,1 cm. Mit Bezeichnung und Text in der Platte. Literatur: Hollstein 141.- Aus der ersten Ausgabe bei Hondius.- Ausgezeichneter, breitrandiger Druck mit etwas Plattenschmutz in den Randbereichen, im Rand gering fleckig.

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