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        Gesamtansicht aus der halben Vogelschau mit Belagerung im Jahre 1610 ('Moltzen. - G Keller 1610').

      - Kupferstich v. Georg Keller aus Mercurii Gallobelgici, ., dat. 1610, 19 x 28,5 Thieme-Becker, Künstler-Lexikon, Bd. XX, S. 101 f. (Georg Keller war Maler, Radierer u. Kupferstecher in Frankfurt ; lernte vier Jahre bei dem berühmtesten Holzschneider seiner Zeit, Jost Amman in Nürnberg; seit 1595 wieder in Frankfurt, .); Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. K - P, S. 13 (Georg Keller , 1568-1634. German engraver of Frankfurt am Main. One of the engravers for De Bry's Petit Voyages, 1603-1606; .). - Zeigt eine Gesamtansicht aus der halben Vogelschau mit der Eroberung am 8. Juli 1610. - Oben mittig in der Vedute Ansichtentitel; unten mittig am Ansichtenrand Stechersignatur ('G Keller 1610'). - Sehr seltener Frankfurter Einblattdruck (Flugblatt)! (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Of Divorce for Adulterie, and marrying againe: that there is no sufficient warrant so to do. With a note in the end that R.P. (Robert Parsons) many yeeres since was answered.

      Oxford: Joseph Barnes. 1610 [20], 171pp, [9], folding table; inoffensive staining from **1 to A4 & including folding table, foremargins of last 2 leaves trimmed with minor loss. 20th century full panelled calf, raised bands, spine lettered in gilt; some sl. rubbing to hinges & extremities. Pencil notes on initial inserted blank of the collector Brent Gration-Maxfield.ESTC S107056. Edmund Bunny, 1540-1619, was a preacher and theological writer. He held the post of subdean of York for 25 years and from 1584 he dedicated himself to the work of an itinerant preacher, travelling through the towns and villages of England promoting his doctrine of evangelical Calvinism.

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        Pseudo-martyr. Wherein . this conclusion is euicted. That those which are of the Romane religion in this kingdome, may and ought to take the Oath of allegeance

      W. Stansby for Walter Burre, London 1610 - FIRST EDITION. 4to. pp. [xl], 392. (errata and advertisement to the reader bound after Hhh1) Roman letter, quotes and side notes in Italic. Text within double box rule. Large grotesque woodcut initials in prefaces, smaller foliated woodcut initials in text, woodcut headpieces with the arms of James I, woodcut tailpieces, early autograph of W. Wynson on title repeated on verso, a few pencil notes by Joseph Mendham at head of pastedown, and possibly his marginal pencil marks. Light age yellowing, upper outer corner of t-p and next two leaves torn with small loss of box rule, expertly restored, dust soiling in upper and lower margins of first and last few leaves, the odd thumb mark or ink spot. A good copy, crisp and clean, in contemporary limp vellum, pastedowns from an early printed St Augustine, a little soiled, outer edges of covers strengthened with vellum at an early date. First edition of Donne's first published text which attempts to persuade English Catholics they can take James I's Oath of Allegiance, still remain spiritually loyal to Rome and avoid persecution. John Donne published Pseudo-Martyr in 1610, at a moment of extreme political tension between London and Rome. Donne, raised a Catholic, argued his case by appealing to precedents from canon, civil and natural law in existence since the beginning of Christian civilization. The Pseudo-Martyr is, as such, a survey of the relations between church and state from the days of the early church to 1600. Donne draws detailed historical parallels between crises in medieval and contemporary times and the particular dilemma of Catholics in England, to prove that a compromise of loyalties was possible and acceptable. "John Donne occupies a unique position from which to evaluate the contradictory temporal and spiritual demands placed on Catholics since the breach of Henry VIII with the Church of Rome. By Donne’s early years, there existed severe punishments for those unpersuaded by financial disincentives to recusancy, or refusal to abide by the terms of the Act of Uniformity which required attendance at Church Services. .Subsequent acts imposed heavy penalties for activities such as inveterate recusancy, importing or owning Catholic impedimenta, . or priest harboring. Donne’s own brother Henry, imprisoned for the later crime, died of plague within days of being transferred from the Clink to Newgate Prison" Olga Valbuena. ‘Casuistry, Martyrdom, and the Allegiance Controversy in Donne’s Pseudo-Martyr.’ "John Donne's Pseudo-Martyr (1610) makes an important contribution to the defense of King James's Oath of Allegiance through its author's careful positioning between extremists on both the Catholic and Protestant sides of the debate. Where William Barlow insists that Catholic devotion and deference to James's civil authority are incompatible, and Robert Persons argues that Catholic faith is grossly compromised by swearing James's Oath, Donne asks English recusants to pledge their loyalty to James without insisting that they change their church denomination. This delineation between public declaration and private religious belief not only distinguishes Pseudo-Martyr as an Oath of Allegiance tract, it also more closely mirrors James's attitudes toward religious controversy, as they are demonstrated in his own Apologie for the Oath of Allegiance (1607, 1609) and in the other policies he supported with regard to Scottish Presbyterians and Catholics both before and after his ascension to the English throne. In response to this controversy's fixation on scholarly accuracy, Donne proposes his own, highly innovative use of italics. This and other innovations further substantiate his claims for scholarly objectivity because they distance Pseudo-Martyr from the fixation on quotational and citational accuracy that typified printed European religious debate throughout the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries." Douglas Trevor. "John Donne's Pseudo-Martyr and the Oath of Allegiance Controversy. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau mit der Belagerung Jülichs 1610 ('Gvlich').

      - Kupferstich v. Georg Keller aus Mercurii Gallobelgici, ., dat. 1610, 19 x 23,5 Neumann, Stadt u. Festung Jülich auf bildlichen Darstellungen 42; Thieme-Becker, Künstler-Lexikon, Bd. XX, S. 101 f. (Georg Keller war Maler, Radierer u. Kupferstecher in Frankfurt ; lernte vier Jahre bei dem berühmtesten Holzschneider seiner Zeit, Jost Amman in Nürnberg; seit 1595 wieder in Frankfurt, .). - Zeigt die Belagerung Jülichs mit der Umgebung; links Ansichten von Vogelsang und Stetternich. - Sehr seltener Frankfurter Einblattdruck (Flugblatt). (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        COMMENTARIEN OFTE MEMORIEN VAN DEN NEDERLANDTSCHEN STAET

      London [i.e., Amsterdam], 1610. Folio. Contemporary calf over wooden boards, tooled in blind; metal clasps, corners, and bosses. Wear to head and foot of spine, spine leather cracking. Bookplates to front pastedown. Some light scattered soiling and wear, minor worming to margin of last few leaves. About very good. A classic history of the Netherlands and the wars against the Spanish, and an important Americanum with very significant material on the discovery of the Hudson River and the English settlements in Virginia. The author, although Dutch, spent much of his career as a merchant in London, and had extensive commercial and publishing contacts on both sides of the Channel. The first part of his history was published in 1593, followed by subsequent editions, all with added material, including an account of Drake's West India voyage of 1585, the capture of Spanish shipping by the English in 1592, and the Hawkins and Drake West India raid of 1595. This Dutch chronicle has become essential for understanding the activities in London leading to British exploration and permanent settlement in the New World. Though dated 1608 on the titlepage, the colophon gives a London, 1610 imprint. Beginning with the Dutch edition of 1609, Meteren included detailed accounts of the Virginia Company and the English settlement in Virginia. According to Parker, that edition included "the first appearance in print of the first document relating to the Virginia colony...Meteren's abstract of the charter is so close to the original patent in both form and content as to leave no doubt that it was based on the original letters patent or some document closely related to them." Besides this, there is extensive information on the Virginia colony which appears to come directly from Virginia Company sources. The present 1610 edition also contains the first published account of the explorations of Henry Hudson along the Middle Atlantic seaboard and the discovery of New York and the Hudson River, and the first description of his coasting of Newfoundland and New France. All early editions of Meteren are extremely rare, with the NUC and EUROPEAN AMERICANA locating only a few copies of each. John Parker's VAN METEREN'S VIRGINIA (Minneapolis, 1961) provides a translation of the sections relating to Virginia and a detailed account of Meteren and his life. J. Franklin Jameson, as editor of NARRATIVES OF NEW NETHERLAND, translates the Henry Hudson section.

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        Britain, Or A Chorographicall Description of the Most Flourishing Kingdomes, England, Scotland, and Ireland, and the Ilands adioyning, out of the depth of Antiquitie:

      London : George Bishop and John Norton , 1610 A poor copy of an extremely rare and valuable work being the first translation of William Camden's historic survey into English. Classed as 'poor' because it is lacking the decorative title page, has had 25 of 57 maps removed, lacks some final index pages, and has some poorly done paper repairs. Philemon Holland's translation was popular but not particularly accurate. The maps are engraved by Willem Kip and William Hole after John Norden and Christopher Saxton, who produced the maps for the 1607 latin edition. In buckram library binding with gilt titles and number and raised bands to spine. The binding is sound. There is a bookplate of City of Portsmouth Public Library on the front pastedown and they are presumably responsible for the binding, new endpapers and poor paper repairs (sellotape and pasted paper). The engraved title page is missing. The first page is a dedication page with historic crossed out signature to the bottom, followed by a letterpress title page dated 1610 with an ink signature of Richard Hughes 1740 on either side of the design. There are some library markings to the reverse but no other library signs in the rest of the book. Further contents: Author to Reader 4pp; ad lectorem 3pp; Britannia 1p; alphabet 1p; text p1-822 with 25 maps, 8 pages of coins and other engravings; blank; half title Scotland (with further signature of Richard Hughes); text pp 1-54; half title Ireland; text pp 57-233; Shires of England 1p; Index 37pp; names of antiquities 7pp; Table of Scotland 7pp; Table of Ireland 3pp - lacking entries after S; endpapers. The following maps are present: Devon, Dorsetshire, Wiltshire, Berkshire, Sussex, Gloucestershire, Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire, Suffolk, Huntingdonshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire, Warwickshire, Staffordshire, Shropshire, Radnor, Brecknock, Monmouthshire, Glamorganshire, Carmarthenshire, Penbrokshire, Cardiganshire, Montgomeryshire, Merionethshire, Caernarvonshire, Anglesey, `Denbighshire, Flint, Durham, Westmoreland, and Cumberland. Some maps are trimmed or with other damage - the Welsh maps are in the best condition. There are a number of old paper repairs done with sellotape (generally to text pages) - the tape has been removed but the marking is still present. Some initial pages have reinforcement to edges. Paper has light brown toning, and there is occasional staining, but overall the text is in good condition. Whoever robbed the maps has in a few cases slit the gutter of the neighbouring pages - these slits have been repaired with archival binding tape. The work has been priced to take account of condition. Please enquire if you would like to see further images or ask to discuss aspects of condition.

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        Les Œuvres latines et francoises EDITION ORIGINALE

      Paris: Pierre Chevalier, 1610. Fine. Pierre Chevalier, Paris 1610, in-4 (16x23,5cm), relié. - First edition of this collection of poems divided into three parts, including Latin poems, imitations in French verse of Horace and Ovid, sonnets, odes, tombs and the two books of Towards measure of Nicolas Rapin (around 1535 -1608). The third part, consisting of 47 pages, contains various pieces of prose, some Latin poems and plays in verse six French on Rapin. Binding post (1860) open blond shagreen, back with four false nerves decorated with gilded boxes and green part of title, triple net gilded framing the boards, interior lace, gilded sections. - [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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        Remonstrance à Messieurs de la cour de Parlement sur le parricide comis en EDITION ORIGINALE

      S.l.|[Paris]: S.n., 1610. Fine. S.n., S.l. [Paris] 1610, in 8 (10,5x16,5cm), 40pp., broché. - First Edition. Uncommon Paperback, in brown paper .. Particularly violent pamphlet which begins in exonerating Ravaillac which would have been an instrument of death in the service of the Jesuits. Regicide would be the culmination of a vast conspiracy seeking to entrench the power of the pope at the expense of the king. This booklet was written by the entourage of Philippe de Mornay. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [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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        De Hertochdommen Gulick Cleve Berghe en de Graefschappen van der Marck en Ravensbergh. Midsgaders de grensen der omleggende landen daeraen palede. Nu van nieus perfectelijck met vlijdt beschreven. á 1610. - T' Amsterdam Gedruckt by Hessel Gerritz z. Ende men vindtse te coop bij Willem Iansz. opt Water In de vergulde Sonnewyser.':.

      - kolorierter Kupferstich v. Hessel Gerritz b. Willem Blaeu in Amsterdam, 1610, 42,5 x 54,5 Schilder, Monumenta Cartographica Neerlandica V. 4, 27.1. - Ohne Rückentext. - 1. Zustand dieser Karte! - Dekorative Karte der niederrheinischen Territorien. - Oben links Portrait des Kaisers Rudolf II. - Oben rechts Portrait des Markgrafen Ernst zu Brandenburg. - Unten rechts Insetkarte (20 x 19) der Grafschaft Ravensberg, darüber Wappenkartusche. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        HISTOIRE DE LA NAVIGATION DE JEAN HUGUES DE LINSCOT HOLLANDAIS ET DE SON VOYAGE ES INDES ORIENTALES AVEC ANNOTATIONS DE BERNARD PALUDANUS DOCTEUR EN MEDICINE, SPECIALEMENT SUR LA MATIERE DES PLANTES & ESPICERIES A QUOY SONT ADIOUSTEES QUELQUES AUTRES DESCRIPTIONS TANT DU PAYS DE GUINEE, & AUTRES COSTES D'ETHIOPIE, QUE DES NAVIGATIONS DES HOLLANDOIS VERS LE NORD AU VAYGAT & EN LA NOUVELLE ZEMBLA NOUVELLEMENT TRADUICT EN FRANÇOIS

      Amsterdam, 1610. Folio. Expertly bound to style in old vellum. Five illustrations shaved into image area; occasional expert restoration. Very good. In a half black morocco and cloth folding box. Very rare first edition in French of the great classic of travel literature. "When Linschoten returned from Goa to his home in the Netherlands, he did so at a time when the people of northern Europe and particularly his countrymen were especially interested in what he had to report concerning the trading activities of the Portuguese in the East. He had lived in Goa for six years from 1583, and while he never ventured far from the Portuguese capital, he did have an 'avaricious thirst for knowledge which enabled him to get detailed information of land and sea as far afield as the Spice Islands and China'" - Penrose. But his most important and far-reaching observations concerned the gradual decline of Portuguese power in the East and her ability to protect her trade routes and monopolies. This, together with the trading possibilities he detailed, encouraged a series of Dutch, French, and English fleets to set sail for the Spice Islands and beyond to China and Japan. An important work that served not only as a valuable record, but also as a catalyst for change in the balance of power amongst European trading nations in the east. This first edition in French is translated from the Latin edition of Linschoten published in parts II-IV of De Bry's PETIT VOYAGES in 1599 and 1601 (which also contains other narratives). The illustrations are printed from exactly the same plates used in De Bry, and other aspects conform with the text as it appears in the PETIT VOYAGES. This includes the commentary on Linschoten's text by Bernard Paludanus, first appearing in the De Bry edition, and only otherwise appearing here. It is particularly useful for notations on botany and food. It has generally been accepted that this edition was actually printed in Frankfurt rather than Amsterdam, despite the imprint, probably by the same printer who printed De Bry's work (see Tiele 685). There are two issues of the first edition in French published in 1610: one by H. Laurenszoon, and one by Pierre (as here). It would have made sense for De Bry to have done this; the PETIT VOYAGES appeared only in Latin and German, but the demand for Linschoten made it worthwhile to publish separately in French. Because of De Bry's strong anti- Catholicism, he could not reach the French market directly, but did it by using the Dutch publishers as intermediaries. The differing imprints reinforce this, suggesting Laurenszoon and Pierre were really publishers, not printers, of the work. One of the most important early editions of Linschoten, the first to appear in French, and indicative of the complex printing and publishing relationships of the time.

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        Biblia des Ouden en Nieuwe Testaments. Bestaende in Figuren van Verscheyde Meesters

      Amsterdam, Claas Jansz. Visscher 1610-1640 - (gegraveerde titelpagina met handgeschreven titel) 111 dubbel-paginagrote gravures en 5 kaarten, Origineel Perkament met ribben, rijkelijk met goud bestempeld, met goud op snede en geciseleerd boekblok, Folio H. 46,5 x L. 34 x B. 8 cm. (enkele prenten aan de rand gerestaureerd, plaatselijk licht gebruind. Particulier samengestelde Prentbijbel, ook wel de Royaalbijbel genoemd, bestaande uit 5 kaarten van Cornelis Danckerts, en 111 dubbel-paginagrote gravures uit het fonds van Claes Jansz. Visscher. De gravures zijn afkomstig uit de Vlaamse school veelal naar Rubens, Rembrandt, Jordaens, Landerseel, De Vos, De Hondecoutre, Potter en Vinckboons. Kenmerkend in veel van de afbeeldingen is dat de eigenlijke bijbelse voorstellingen steeds maar een detail zijn in een groot uitgewerkt landschap. De Royaalbijbel kan gezien worden als een bundeling van groot-formaat Bijbelprenten met of zonder de bijbeltekkst in boekvorm. De consument kon zelf de prenten uitkiezen en bij een boekbinder laten inbinden, op zich zelf staand zoals dit exemplaar, of meegebonden in een Bijbel. Door de particuliere samenstelling en het aanzienlijk grote aanbod van het Visscher-fonds aan Royaalprenten is elk exemplaar uniek en uiterst divers. Zo komen 66 van de prenten overeen met de Royaalbijbel aanwezig in het British Museum en 65 van de prenten met het exemplaar van Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen. 17 van de prenten zijn in geen van beide exemplaren te vinden. Naast bijbelse voorstellingen zijn in dit exemplaar 2 trapgravures (Eerste Weerelt op 13 treden en de Twaalf Apostelen op 12 treden), een gravure van De Christelijke huyshouding, een gravure van de 7 werken der barmhartigheid, een spotprent op de Roomsche Kerk en een gravure van de Christelyke Ridder. Onder vrijwel elke gravure een titel in het Latijn met een bijgevoegd gedicht in het Nederlands. De prenten vormen een fraai geheel en zijn op volgorde van gebeurtenissen gerangschikt, het boekblok is versierd met goud op snede en langs de randen geciseleerd met een een motief van bloemen.) (engraved titlepage with handwritten title) 111 double fullpage engravings and 5 maps, Contemporary blind-stamped Vellum with 6 raised bands, richly decorated with gold, with gilt-edged and gauffred text block, Folio H. 46,5 x L. 34 x W. 8 cm. (some engravings are restored at the edges, overall slightly browned. Privately compiled Print Bible, also called the Royaalbijbel, containing 5 maps by Cornelis Danckerts, and 111 double fullpage engravings from the stocklist of Claes Jansz. Visscher. The engravings are originating from the Flemish School, mostly after Rubens, Rembrandt, Jordaens, Landerseel, De Vos, De Hondecoutre, Potter and Vinckboons. Typical in many of the prints is that the actual biblical scenes are merely a detail in an extensively detailed landscape. The Royaalbijbel can be seen as a collection of large-sized Bible prints with or without the Bible text in book form. The consumer was able to choose the prints and have them bound by a book binder, free standing like this copy or bound within a Bible. Because of the private compilation and the considerably large stocklist of Visscher of Royaalprints, every copy is unique and extremely diverse. For example, 66 of the engravings of this copy are also present in the Royaalbijbel of the British Museum and 65 of the engravings are also present in the copy of the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen. 17 of the engravings can not be found in either copy. Besides biblical scenes this copy contains 2 stair engravings (the First World on 13 stairs and the Twelve Apostles on 12 stairs), an engraving of the christian household, an engraving of the 7 works of mercy, a caricature of the Catholic Church and an engraving of the Christian Knight. Under almost every engraving a title in Latin with an accompanying poem in Dutch. The prints make a beautiful whole and are arranged in order of events, the text block is decorated with gilt and near the edges gauffred with a design of flow [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Florilegium Ethico-Politicum, nunquam antehac editum, nec non P. Syri ac L. Senecae sententiae aureae, recognoscente Jano Grutero ad MSS. Palat. & Frising. Accedunt Gnomae paroemiaque Graecorum, Item proverbia Germanica, Belgica, Italica, Gallica, Hispanica. & Florilegii Ethico-Politici nunquam ante hac editi Pars Tertia . Accedunt gnomae paroemiaeque graecorum: Item proverbia Germanica, Gallica, Belgica, Italica. Teil 1 & 3. (von 3)

      Frankfurt, Rhodius 1610 - -1612. 8°. 4 Bl. 296 S., S. 297-810 (i.e. 812) Nota subseciva, 382 S. Übsetzungen der Sprichwörter ins Deutsche, Niederländische, Italienische, Französische und Spanische; 8 Bl., 1108 (i.e 908), 319 S. Leder der Zeit mit goldgepr. Rückenschildchen und reicher Rückenvergoldung. Erste Ausgabe. Seiten stärker gebräunt. Rücken fachgerecht restauriert. Rückenschildchen von Bd. 2 fehlt. Gutes Exemplar. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Rhodus

      Germany 1610 - Latin text on verso, Size : 160x235 (mm), 6.25x9.25 (Inches), Hand Colored Very Good, upper and right margin have been extended

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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. [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. - 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. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Reliquiarium sive de reliquiis et veneratione sanctorum in quo multa de necessitate, praestantia, usu ac fructibus reliquiarium pertractantur

      Apud Haeredes Ioannis Rossij 1610 In 8, pp. (20) + 245 + (11) con 1 tav. n.t. con stemma xilogr. Numeri manoscritti ai piatti. Qualche mancanza al dorso. Legatura in p. pg. Seconda edizione (I edizione 1600) di questa interessante e rara opera sul culto delle reliquie con nozioni relative alla loro conservazione, traslazione, tipologia di urne destinate a ricerverle, conservazione in abitazioni private, oltre a riferimenti alla dottrina dei Padri della Chiesa sul culto delle stesse. 'Italian 17th - century books in Cambridge libraries: a short - title catalogue' (stessa edizione), 5005, p. 300. LAT

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        The Catalogue of Honor or Tresury of True Nobility Peculiar and proper to the Isle of Great Britaine: That is to say: A Collection historicall of all the Free Monarches aswell Kinges of England as Scotland (now united together) with the Princes of Walles, Dukes, Marquisses, and Erles; their wives, children, Alliances, Familes, Descentes & Achievementes of Honor

      London : William Jaggard, 1610 A fair to good copy of this scarce work in contemporary binding with frontispiece, decorative title page, 8 further plates and numerous engravings. According to some recent research Thomas Milles 1550-1626 (said to be a spy for Queen Elizabeth I) was possibly the compiler of the work with text previously written by Robert Glover (1543-1588) who collected a large selection of coats of arms and changed the way that family trees were laid out. Famous for the contemporary text change at p493 said to be done to hide concerns about the Blount family tree. This copy has had the binding repaired to provide a new spine with raised bands and title label, and to repair the corners. New endpapers have been added. With frontispiece (showing Parliament - repaired); title page (some repair to gutter); epistle dedicatory 6pp (stain on first page); dedication 1p; table 1p; text pp 1-97 (lacking page 69/70) with 8 plates, some light worming to bottom margin and small hole in p61; Peroration 7pp; blank; title page - A Catalogue of the Kinges of England - text including shields pp 3-241 (p177-180 smalll sections handwritten with shield replaced on p180 - paper is merged in and looks contemporary; shields on pp 193/4 pasted in but complete, some repaired text on p195); blank; title page; text pp 290 - 480; text 485-486; text 489-584 - section cut out on p493 and hand written text inserted ''naturall children..etc; text 588 - 1130 with title pages for sections - numerous mispaginations, some corrections and notes in contemporary hand, some paper repairs - p598 blank paper inserted where shield would be, p 617 section with cross across it; p 631 and 643 sections with blank paper; similar pp 763, 765, 767, 780, a little gutter worming p 936-42. small piece missing corner p 1129; erata 1p. Pages have light brown toning to edges but generally are very clean with some contemporary noting. Decorative head and tailpieces and initial capitals throughout. Please enquire if you would like to see more images.

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        Die Spinnerin.

      - Aquatinta, teils in Farben gedruckt und aquarelliert, nach Adriaan van Ostade (1610-1685), auf cremefarbenem Bütten. 13,5:17,2 cm. Aus: Het Werk Van den Alöm Konst-Schilder Adriaan van Ostade, Volgens de Mannier als Teekeningen in het Koper gebragt, en met alle zyn Kleuren gedrukt, door het Overyssels Konstgenootschap, Onder de Zinspreuk Artium Tristis Ianva. Amsterdam, F.W. Grebbe, um 1780. Vergleichsliteratur: Bartsch 31. Schreuder machte wie Cornelis Ploos van Amstel (1726-1798), dessen Mitarbeiter er zwischen1767/78 war, die Nachahmung von Zeichnungen in Kupferstich zu seinem Spezialfach.

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        Gesamtansicht aus der halben Vogelschau mit Belagerung im Jahre 1610 ('Moltzen. - G Keller 1610').

      - Kupferstich v. Georg Keller aus Mercurii Gallobelgici, ., dat. 1610, 19 x 28,5 Thieme-Becker, Künstler-Lexikon, Bd. XX, S. 101 f. (Georg Keller war Maler, Radierer u. Kupferstecher in Frankfurt ; lernte vier Jahre bei dem berühmtesten Holzschneider seiner Zeit, Jost Amman in Nürnberg; seit 1595 wieder in Frankfurt, .); Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. K - P, S. 13 (Georg Keller , 1568-1634. German engraver of Frankfurt am Main. One of the engravers for De Bry's Petit Voyages, 1603-1606; .). - Zeigt eine Gesamtansicht aus der halben Vogelschau mit der Eroberung am 8. Juli 1610. - Oben mittig in der Vedute Ansichtentitel; unten mittig am Ansichtenrand Stechersignatur ('G Keller 1610'). - Sehr seltener Frankfurter Einblattdruck (Flugblatt)! (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Pieter Brueghel d. Ä.; halbfigürliches Portrait im Profil nach rechts.

      . 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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        M. Tullii Ciceronis De natura deorum ad Marcum Brutum. UNITO A De officiis Libri tres. Cum annotationibus Pauli Manutij in margine adscriptis. Additisque hac postrema Editione sectionibus. Lugduni apud Claudium Morillon 1610 pp. 262 + (10).

      apud Claudium Morillon, Lugduni 1610 - Piccole trascurabili imperfezioni macchioline e mancanze alle prime quattro carte chiara macchia d\'umido all\'angolo superiore di circa metà volume rarissimi segni e annotazioni a penna d\'epoca coperta staccata 477 p. 2 opere in 1 tomo in-24

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        Le pantheon Huguenot decouvert et ruiné contre l'aucteur de l'Idolatrie pap EDITION ORIGINALE

      A Lyon: chez Pierre Rigaud., 1610. Fine. chez Pierre Rigaud., A Lyon 1610, in 8 (11,5x17cm), (24) 399pp. (1bc) (27) (1bc)., relié. - First Edition. Rare. The work will then be translated into Latin in 1613 as a frontispiece depicting the Pantheon of Hadrian broken and various characters. Dedicated to Henri IV. Parchment full contemporary. Smooth spine with respect to the red pen. A piece of parchment missing on the back (1,5x2,5cm) and the lower flat (3x1cm). Laces still present, but short. First cover page detached. From p. 222, a gallery to 1cm in height in the middle of the text, this gallery two holes become larger or smaller, then evolving to a greater extent on the index (3cm). Back linking books of the book, which takes less lacks some seams. A part of the reading of a Protestant book, Idolatry papistical (even wrote him in response to a first book Richeome, Huguenot Idolatry) Jesuit Louis Richeome shows that the Protestant heresy is not only idolatrous and iconoclastic, but also worshiping the moon and Venus, the Devil and other pagan deities, such as Saturn. Richeome was very popular in his time as a polemicist and writer, was nicknamed the French Cicero, he never ceased to defend the Jesuits against attacks from all sides, and lay siege to Henry IV and to place themselves under his protection in all his books. It is now considered one of the forerunners of devout humanism, played by François de Sales. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [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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        Discours Funébre à l'Honneur de la mémoire de Très-Clément, invincible et triomphant HENRI IIII. Roy de France et de Navarre.

      Paris, Antoine du Brueil, 1610. - Petit in-8. 48pp. Cartonnage bradel du XIXs. Edition Originale de ce poème empreint de douleur, écrit à l'occasion de l'assassinat de Henry IV. Le poète et romancier Antoine de Nervèze (1570-1625) était secrétaire de chambre du roi et il fut l'une des figures les plus notables du panorama littéraire français de son époque. Probablement originaire de Gascogne, il fréquentait des hommes de lettres comme Philippe Desportes, Jean Bertaut ou Scévole de Sainte-Marthe, et ses ouvrages sont tous d'une grande rareté. Papier un peu bruni, quelques infimes traces de vers. [Attributes: First Edition; 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.. 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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        SEC. EPIST. LIB. ix. Eiusdem & Traiani imp. Epist. amoebaeae. (EPISTOLAE)

      1610. relié. DeCollection. Iacobus Stoer., Coloniae Allobrogum, 1610. Fort in-16 reliure plein velin du temps estampé (de Chardon ?), dos à nerfs, titres manuscrits, bandeaux, culs de lampes et lettrines historiées, 448 p. & 445 p. Ecrits à l'encre du temps en latin sur la page de garde, un second ex-libris de 1790 en première page de garde. Pline le Jeune, est né en 61 ou 62 à Novum Comun en Cisalpine sous le nom Caius Caecilius.

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        Die Dorfkirmes unter dem großen Baume.

      . Aquatinta, teils in Farben gedruckt und aquarelliert, nach Adriaan van Ostade (1610-1685), auf cremefarbenem Bütten. 11,9:21,6 cm. Rechts oben etwas fleckig sowie mit leichter Quetschfalte. Aus: Het Werk Van den Alöm Konst-Schilder Adriaan van Ostade, Volgens de Mannier als Teekeningen in het Koper gebragt, en met alle zyn Kleuren gedrukt, door het Overyssels Konstgenootschap, Onder de Zinspreuk Artium Tristis Ianva. Amsterdam, F.W. Grebbe, um 1780. Vergleichsliteratur: Wessely 48.. Schreuder machte wie Cornelis Ploos van Amstel (1726-1798), dessen Mitarbeiter er zwischen1767/78 war, die Nachahmung von Zeichnungen in Kupferstich zu seinem Spezialfach.

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        QUADERNO DE LAS LEYES AÑADIDAS A LA NUEVA RECOPILACIÓN , QUE SE IMPRIMIO EL AÑO DE 1598 EN QUE VAN LAS LEYES Y PREMATICAS QUE DESDE EL DICHO AÑO , HASTA PRINCIPIO DESTE DE 1610, SE HAN PUBLICADO. Y OTRAS QUE ESTAVAN POR PONER, Y FALTAVAN EN LA NUEVA RECOPILACIÓN.

      - Madrid. Imp. Juan de la Cuesta. 1610. Vendese en casa de Francisco de Robles, Librero del Rey. 29x20 cm. portada con gran escudo grabado + 1 folio de licencia y tasa + 179 folios + 1 folio con el pie de imprenta + 11 folios de reportorio del Quaderno de Leyes. Texto a dos columnas + Capitulos Generales de las Cortes del año de 1602, fenecidas en el 1604 y publicadas en el de 1610. Mismo impresor y año. 8 folios incluido la portada con escudo + Prematicas que han salido este año de 1611. Madrid. Imp. Juan de la Cuesta. 1611. 6 + 4 + 4 + 2 + 2 + 4 + 4 folios. Todas con la portada con escudo + Pragmatica en que se manda que de aquí en adelante el Castellano del Oro en pasta de veintidós quilates valga 576 Maravedis. Madrid. Imp. Juan de la Cuesta. 1613. 4 folios + Pragmatica para que no se pueda recusar a ningún juez de los que hubieren votado y remitido el pleito en que han sido jueces, sino fuere por causas nacidas después de la remisión. Madrid. Imp. Juan de la Cuesta. 1613. 4 folios +Prematicasobre los que dan o reciben dadivas o promesas para ser proveídos en oficios o beneficios de provisión o presentación Real y otras cosas. Madrid. Imp. Juan de la Cuesta. 1614. 4 folios + Capitulos de Reformación que su Magestad se sirve demandar guardar por esta ley, para el gobierno del Reyno. Madrid. Imp. Tomas Iunti. 1623. Portada con escudo + 22 folios + 1 folio. Palau no conoció esta reformación, reseña de la Zaragoza y Valencia. Todas la leyes y pragmáticas encuadernadas juntas en pleno pergamino época, lacería de cierres. En total 13 obras. Correctos márgenes y bastante limpio. # leyes. Derecho. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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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"

      London: Sudbury & Humble. Excellent condition of this early, uncoloured Speed map of Ulster. Two tiny holes in outer margins only.. London, Sudbury & Humble, 1610 [c.1627]. Original engraving. 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)

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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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        Engraved Portrait of most powerful Muslim leader of fifteenth century, 'Magnus Tamerlanes'

      Francois Langlois, il Ciartres,. 1610 - 1647.. Very good overall. An engraved portrait of the fifteenth century conqueror Timur (Turkic word for "Iron"). Timur (1336 - 1405), known as "Timur the lame" or Tamerlane, was a conqueror whose successful military campaigns across Eurasia made him the most powerful leader of the Muslim world, second only to Alexander in terms of conquests. From Samarkand, his capital, his conquests included Iraq, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Mesopotamia, Georgia, India, Syria, and Turkey. His territory stretched from the Mediterranean to Mongolia, from India to Russia. He was on his way to conquer Ming China in 1404, when he died during a brutally cold winter. The portrait depicts Timur with a long mustache, bust length, turned to the right, wearing a hat of fur and cloth decorated with a feather and a brooch with pendant pearls. He wears a cloak fastened on his left shoulder with a brooch shaped like a flower. His facial expression is intense, a mix of concern and determination. The portrait was engraved after one by Claude Vignon (1593 - 1670), a French painter noted for his distinctive style and unusually expressive portraits. Engraved by Jerome David, after Claude Vignon, plate 9 from a series of 36. 'C. V. inventor', top left and with publication line: 'F. L. D. Ciartres excud. Cum Privilegio' at top right, and the title centered over the portrait, "Magnus Tamerlanes". Watermarked laid paper. 7 1/2 x 9", trimmed close.

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        A Booke of Proclamations, published since the beginning of his Maiesties most happy Reigne ouer England . . . Untill this present Moneth of Febr. 3. Anno Dom. 1609. S.T.C. 7759

      First edition of a controversial work, viewed by the House of Commons as demonstrating James's attempt to effect unilaterally by proclamation acts requiring Parliamentary consent, leading to the voiding of those contended to be especially grevious. Contemporary sheep, rebacked, quite rubbed, some marginal worming; with an ?unrecorded "Books printed or sold by William Leak" on the rear pastedown. Imprinted . . . by Robert Barker [etc.], London, 1610.

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        ETCHING. "View Of The Grotto Of Pan And Fame."

      . The first state, before the number (of two). Vesme no. 841. Chone/Grivel. STEPHANO DELLA BELLA 1610-1664, no. 42-4. A richly evocative etching of Pan and Fame's grotto in the Renaissance Italian villa garden at Pratolino. The impression is a double view, presenting opposite ends of the grotto side by side. On opposite sides of the statue representing the river Mugrone are seen Pan playing his flute and Fame sounding her trumpet, both of them animated as hydraulic automatons. This is one of six views by Della Bella which depict this stunning Medici garden, created by the Florentine architect Buontalenti. "In terms of hydraulic wonders, the fountains and grottoes of Pratolino are surely the apogee... Buontalenti emerges as the foremost inventor of grottoes in Italy." (Miller HEAVENLY CAVES, pp. 47, 49)Impression measuring 25 x 37 cm; signed SD Bella between the two views Excellet condition, freshly mounted and matted, overall dimensions 45 x 53.

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau mit der Belagerung Jülichs 1610 ('Gvlich').

      - Kupferstich v. Georg Keller aus Mercurii Gallobelgici, ., dat. 1610, 19 x 23,5 Neumann, Stadt u. Festung Jülich auf bildlichen Darstellungen 42; Thieme-Becker, Künstler-Lexikon, Bd. XX, S. 101 f. (Georg Keller war Maler, Radierer u. Kupferstecher in Frankfurt ; lernte vier Jahre bei dem berühmtesten Holzschneider seiner Zeit, Jost Amman in Nürnberg; seit 1595 wieder in Frankfurt, .). - Zeigt die Belagerung Jülichs mit der Umgebung; links Ansichten von Vogelsang und Stetternich. - Sehr seltener Frankfurter Einblattdruck (Flugblatt). (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Gesamtansicht aus der halben Vogelschau ('Weissen Stein vo Hertzog Sarollen ingenomen in Liffland.').

      - Kupferstich v. Georg Keller, um 1610, 19 x 24 Thieme-Becker, Künstler-Lexikon, Bd. XX, S. 101 f. (Georg Keller war Maler, Radierer u. Kupferstecher in Frankfurt ; lernte vier Jahre bei dem berühmtesten Holzschneider seiner Zeit, Jost Amman in Nürnberg; seit 1595 wieder in Frankfurt, .); Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. K - P, S. 13 (Georg Keller , 1568-1634. German engraver of Frankfurt am Main. One of the engravers for De Bry's Petit Voyages, 1603-1606; .). - Zeigt die estnische Stadt Paide aus der halben Vogelschau mit der Belagerung durch Herzog Sarollen. - Sehr seltener Frankfurter Einblattdruck (Flugblatt) in tadelloser Erhaltung! (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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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".

      London, Sudbury & Humble, 1610 [c.1627]. Original engraving. 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.

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        Opuscula Varia Antehac Non Edita. Omnium Catalogum post Praefationem Lector inueniet

      Paris:: Hieronymum Drovart,, 1610. First Edition. Very Good. FIRST EDITION of this collection of posthumous works of Joseph Justus Scaliger, edited by Isaac Casaubon (1559-1614). 4to. 9 1/4 x 7 inches. a4 e4 i4, o2, A-Z4 Aa-Zz4 Aaa-Zzz4 Aaaa-Cccc4, Dddd2. [xxviii], 582 (i. e.: 572), 8 pp. Pages run from 544, 555, 456, 557-572, skipping 10 pages out of sequence. Printer's device on title page, 2 numismatic wood engravings, 1 table, 1 engraved emblem, text in Latin with examples in Greek, Hebrew, and Arabic, index; occasional spotting that burns through the pages, affecting the text on a few pages. Contemporary full vellum, fore-edges turned-in, 4 raised bands, ms. spine title; binding square and tight, LACKS front free end-paper. Very Good. Isaac Casaubon edited for the first time this series of 17 short essays on linguistic and historical subjects (including Aeschylus, Euripides, and Caesar), as well as Scaliger's poems and letters; most in Latin except the last three works in French. Joseph Scaliger was a philologist, who learned Latin from his father, but also studied Greek, Hebrew, and Arabic at the University of Paris. For thirty years Scaliger was the companion of Louis de Chasteigner, lord of La Roche-Posay with whom he visited Italy, England and Scotland, finally settling at the University of Leiden in 1593. Isaac Casaubon first exchanged letters with Scaliger in 1594, and although they never met, their correspondence reveals a growing admiration and friendship between the two. Both men had the reputation as being the most learned man of their age; Casaubon was spending the last year of a decade-long sojourn in Paris when this volume was published. Reference: Graesse, Tresor de Livres Rares et Precieux, VI, p. 289.

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        Optique de portraiture et peinture, en deux parties. La premiere est la perspective pratique acomplie, pour representer les somptueuses architectures des plus superbes bâtimens en perspective par deux manieres... La deuxieme partie contient la perspective speculative, sçavoir les demonstrations & declarations des secrets fondamentaux des regles ou moyens contenus en la premiere partie.Paris: De l'Imprimerie d'André Cramoisy, rüe S. Iacques, au Sacrifice d'Abraham, proche S. Severin, 1670. First edition.

      First edition of this important work on perspective and painting. "The draughtsman and engraver Grégoire Huret (1610-70) - an academician who was also close to the king - took over Bosse's lectures at the Royal Academy of Painting and Sculpture. In 1670, Huret published <i>Optique de portraiture et peinture</i> (<i>Optics of portraying and painting</i>) in which he expressed great concern about the state of the art, particularly criticising Bosse's book from 1665 [<i>On the practices of geometrical planes and perspectives</i>] and previous publications... Huret claimed that his book should be seen as a contribution to the education of the young, especially to teaching them useful rules for drawing perspective... Huret was well read and discussed books on other subjects than perspective. Naturally enough these included general works on painting, but also Desargues's and Pascal's works on projective geometry... Among the more productive passages in Huret's book one can find a presentation of the construction and use of an angle scale. He also dealt with a point most authors avoided, namely the use of scaled lengths in perspective constructions. In this connection he presented the technique for applying a reduced distance in a distance point construction - without reducing the actual distance - that 'sGravesande applied later ... Huret may have been searching for a closer link between perspective and projective geometry. It also seems he had some doubts concerning perspective that were similar to those expressed by Leonardo da Vinci" (Andersen, <i>The Geometry of an Art: the History of the Mathematical Theory of Perspective from Alberti to Monge</i>, 2007, pp. 465-66).<br/><br/> "In portraying the bodies of man and animals Huret grants the liberty to the painter to draw them without any perspectival distortion on the picture plane, just as the eyes see them in life. This is a plea for a flexible response to natural vision and Judgement by eye ... Not surprisingly he criticized Cousin, Barbaro, Marolois and Desargues for taking mathematical perspective beyond its visual limits" (Martin Kemp, <i>The Science of Art</i>, Yale University Press 1990, S. 125)<br/><br/> Macclesfield Sale lot 1079; Arnoud de Vitry Sale lot 459 & 460.. Folio (370 x 249 mm), 2 engraved frontispieces, woodcut device on title-page, woodcut initials, 8 engraved plates, pp. [14], 159, [1:blank], contemporary sheep, spine and corners with well done surface repairs, internally fine and clean

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        Engraved Portrait of most powerful Muslim leader of fifteenth century, 'Magnus Tamerlanes'.

      Francois Langlois, il Ciartres, 1610 - 1647 - An engraved portrait of the fifteenth century conqueror Timur (Turkic word for "Iron"). Timur (1336 - 1405), known as "Timur the lame" or Tamerlane, was a conqueror whose successful military campaigns across Eurasia made him the most powerful leader of the Muslim world, second only to Alexander in terms of conquests. From Samarkand, his capital, his conquests included Iraq, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Mesopotamia, Georgia, India, Syria, and Turkey. His territory stretched from the Mediterranean to Mongolia, from India to Russia. He was on his way to conquer Ming China in 1404, when he died during a brutally cold winter. The portrait depicts Timur with a long mustache, bust length, turned to the right, wearing a hat of fur and cloth decorated with a feather and a brooch with pendant pearls. He wears a cloak fastened on his left shoulder with a brooch shaped like a flower. His facial expression is intense, a mix of concern and determination. The portrait was engraved after one by Claude Vignon (1593 - 1670), a French painter noted for his distinctive style and unusually expressive portraits. Engraved by Jerome David, after Claude Vignon, plate 9 from a series of 36. 'C. V. inventor', top left and with publication line: 'F. L. D. Ciartres excud. Cum Privilegio' at top right, and the title centered over the portrait, "Magnus Tamerlanes". Watermarked laid paper. 7 1/2 x 9", trimmed close. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        LAS SIETE PARTIDAS DEL SABIO REY DON ALONSO EL NONO, GLOSADAS POR EL LICENCIADO GREGORIO LOPEZ 1610

      Casa de Iuan Hasrey Madrid. 1610-1611. 38X28. Pergamino. 5 Partidas de las siete que constiste la Obra, 1ª, 2ª, 5ª, 6ª y 7ª. Muy buen estado. Portada de la quinta partida facsimilada. 3h+151h+2h+116h+1h+112h+116h+1h+102h Respectivamente de la primera a la septima. Clasica Obra de Gregorio López. Ref 1.7 Biblioteca A.. Encuadernación de tapa dura. Excelente.

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        Antiquae urbis splendor

      1610. LAURO, Giacomo. Antiquae urbis splendor. [3] ff. text and 41 full-page engraved plates. Rome: [NP], 1610. BOUND WITH: _________. Antiquitatum urbis liber secundus. 44 full-page engraved plates. Rome: [NP], 1613. BOUND WITH: _________. Antiquae urbis splendoris co[m]plementu[m]. [3] ff. text and 50 full-page engraved plates. Rome: [NP], 1615. Together in one volume. Oblong 4to., 222 x 280 mm, bound in English black morocco ca. 1700, each board double-ruled in gilt surrounding a gilt frame of a floral roll with fleurons at corners, spine gilt with raised bands, title in second compartment of six each decorated with fleurons, gilt turn-ins and all edges gilt, marbled endpapers. |~||~||~||~| One of three copies and the only copy in the U.S. with the date 1610 on the title-page, according to OCLC. The title-page to the first volume is usually dated 1612, suggesting ours is a much earlier state. A justly famous pictorial record of ancient monuments in Rome, these plates give the fullest account of Roman antiquities known in the seventeenth century, with depictions of temples, amphitheatres, columns, arches, palaces, monuments, and gardens. There are triumphal processions, costumes, military formations, a map of the Roman Empire, and much more. The plates have an amateur aspect that is intriguing (imperfect perspective, simple shadowing), considering the excellent quality of the overall production. Here we have 135 plates and [6] ff. letterpress, all plates with blank versos. In addition to images of antiquities, these include: in the first volume, a dedication to the King of Poland, Sigismund III, and a portrait of him dated 1609, and a map of ancient Rome; in the second volume, a dedication to the Duke of Savoy, Charles Emmanuel I, and a portrait of him dated 1613; and in the third volume, a dedication to the Duke of Parma, Ranuccio Farnese I, a map of the Roman Empire, and a depiction of a fireworks display. Every copy we find of this set differs in plate and page count, most with fewer illustrations and some or no text. Ours has more plates than called for by Fowler, who counts 125 including titles and dedications, and no text; and the Berlin Katalog copy, with 118 plates and seven leaves of text. The letterpress text seems to be taken from Lauro's Roma vetus, et nova... (Rome: Giacomo Mascardi, 1614), including the privilege of Clement VIII and Lauro's note to the reader, in Latin on the recto and Italian on the verso. A fourth part, not here, was issued in 1628 with about 40 more plates. Binding extremities lightly rubbed. Front pastedown with evidence of removed bookplate. Overall a fresh copy in an elegant English binding. Berlin Katalog 1858. Millard, Italian 54 (second edition, third issue). Fowler 169. Brunet III, 881. Cicognara 3761. See Thomas Ashby, Bibliofilia, XXIX, p. 361, no. 2.

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        Cento Novelle Scelte da piu nobili scrittori della lingua volgare, di Francesco Sansouino: nelle qvali si contengono piaceuoli, e notabili auuenimenti. Nuouamente riformate, riuedute, e corrette, Con licenza de superiori; edi nuouo aggiontoui le figure ad ogni Nouella. Al Magnifico, & Eccellente Signore e padron colendissimo, il Sig. Girolamo Rossetti.,

      Venedig, Alessandro Vecchi, 1610 - 8 unn.Bl., 440 S. Einband berieben und bestoßen. Schnitt etwas fleckig und angeschmutzt. Neuer Halbledereinband. Handschriftlicher Besitzereintrag in Bleistift auf Titel. Auf Inhaltsverzeichnis einige schwache Farbstifteintragungen. Papier wellig. Einige Seiten fleckig und wasserrandig. Holzstiche meist etwas schwach abgedruckt. Jede Novelle mit einem Textholzschnitt und einer Schmuckinitiale sowie zu Beginn einem ganzseitigen Holzschnitt. Text auf italienisch. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 1100 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Opuscula Varia Antehac Non Edita. Omnium Catalogum post Praefationem Lector inueniet

      Paris:: Hieronymum Drovart,, 1610. First Edition. Very Good. FIRST EDITION of this collection of posthumous works of Joseph Justus Scaliger, edited by Isaac Casaubon (1559-1614). 4to. 9 1/4 x 7 inches. a4 e4 i4, o2, A-Z4 Aa-Zz4 Aaa-Zzz4 Aaaa-Cccc4, Dddd2. [xxviii], 582 (i. e.: 572), 8 pp. Pages run from 544, 555, 456, 557-572, skipping 10 pages out of sequence. Printer's device on title page, 2 numismatic wood engravings, 1 table, 1 engraved emblem, text in Latin with examples in Greek, Hebrew, and Arabic, index; occasional spotting that burns through the pages, affecting the text on a few pages. Contemporary full vellum, fore-edges turned-in, 4 raised bands, ms. spine title; binding square and tight, LACKS front free end-paper. Very Good. Isaac Casaubon edited for the first time this series of 17 short essays on linguistic and historical subjects (including Aeschylus, Euripides, and Caesar), as well as Scaliger's poems and letters; most in Latin except the last three works in French. Joseph Scaliger was a philologist, who learned Latin from his father, but also studied Greek, Hebrew, and Arabic at the University of Paris. For thirty years Scaliger was the companion of Louis de Chasteigner, lord of La Roche-Posay with whom he visited Italy, England and Scotland, finally settling at the University of Leiden in 1593. Isaac Casaubon first exchanged letters with Scaliger in 1594, and although they never met, their correspondence reveals a growing admiration and friendship between the two. Both men had the reputation as being the most learned man of their age; Casaubon was spending the last year of a decade-long sojourn in Paris when this volume was published. Reference: Graesse, Tresor de Livres Rares et Precieux, VI, p. 289.

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        OPERA RELIQUA. VOLUMINE HOC POSTERIORE COMPREHENSA; CUM INDICE DUPLICI, ALTERO CAPITUM, ALTERO RERUM AC VERBORUM  LOCUPLENTISSIMO. LIBROS IN HOC VOLUMINE CONTENTOS EXHIBET PAGINA TERTIA.

      Esemplare in discrete condizioni Legatura settecentesca in mezza pelle ITALIANO Legatura settecentesca in mezza pelle e carta maculata; al dorso, autore, titolo, filetti e fregi in oro; tagli maculati di rosso e blu.  16 pagine non numerate, compreso il frontespizio con titolo e bella marca tipografcia a silografia; 1039 pagine numerate, 25 pagine non numerate, la prima bianca e le altre di indici; seguono 12 pagine bianche di cui la prima con annotazioni di indice. Risulta mancante dalle bibliografie il capitolo iniziale di 71 pagine dedicate al Propugnacolum. L'opera è la continuazione di Operum voluminibus duobus exhibitorum, volumen prius in quo I Panchymicum... II Sapientia universalis...L'autore studiò medicina a Montpellier  dove scoprì  l'opera di Paracelso. Dal  1610 esercitò la professione medica a Castelnaudary. Divenne famoso come un medico  specialista in peste (1628 - 1632).  In ambito alchemico, egli sostenne  una trasmutazione alchemica   del piombo in argento. Morì nel 1658 a Castelnaudary. Esemplare complessivamente in buone condizioni,  cerniera richiusa  del piatto anteriore della legatura, alcune  ossidazioni, più marcate ad alcune carte.

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        Der Bauer, der sich am Arm operieren läßt.

      - Aquatinta in Schwarz, Gelb und Grau, nach einer Zeichnung von A. van Ostade (1610-1684), auf Bütten. 16:12,8 cm. Auf die Umfassungslinie geschnitten und auf alten Untersatz montiert. Literatur: Nagler 33; Le Blanc 34. Die Malerin, Zeichnerin, Radiererin und Kupferstecherin ist seit 1769 in Nürnberg erst Schülerin, dann Mitarbeiterin und seit 1772 Ehefrau des Malers, Radierers und Kupferstechers J.G. Prestel (1739-1808), mit dem sie gemeinsam eine Reproduktionswerkstatt betrieb, die zwar großen, aber weniger finanziellen Erfolg hatte. 1782 zog das Künstlerpaar gemeinsam nach Frankfurt am Main, 1786 jedoch siedelte sie alleine nach London über in der Hoffnung auf bessere Verdienstmöglichkeiten &#150; eine vollständige Trennung vom Ehemann war wohl entgegen bisheriger Annahmen nicht angedacht. Dort arbeitete sie erfolgreich als Radiererin und Kupferstecherin und fertigte für verschiedene bekannte örtliche Verleger zahlreiche Reproduktionen nach deutschen, holländischen und italienischen Meistern an, z.B. für Molteno, Colnaghi & Cie. Ihre beiden Kinder, Ursula Magdalena (1777-1845) und Michael Gottlieb (1779-1845), die ebenfalls die künstlerische Laufbahn einschlugen, Gottlieb wurde darüber hinaus Kunsthändler, folgten ihr 1789 nach London; ihr Ehemann blieb mit dem Rest der Familie in Frankfurt am Main ansässig. Ein Wiedersehen der Eheleute hat nicht stattgefunden.

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