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2016-10-22 16:59:43
Bible
The New Testament of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Newly translated out of the original Greek: and with the former translations diligently compared and revised, by his majesties special commandment. Imprinted at London by Robert Barker, printer to the Kings most excellent majesty.A close reprint of the text of the folio of 1611, though obvious mistakes like Mark vii. 4 marge. are corrected. Taking the passages quoted by Scrivener on p. 206 and p. 213 of his book The Authorized Edition, we find that in ever case except one (Luke x. 36) this New Testament agrees with the 1611 edition against that of 1613,11. 11 expertly produced facsimile pagesDarlow and Moule #245
Bookseller: Cross and Crown Rare Books
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2016-10-21 20:24:58
Urreta, Louis.
1611. Small 4to (21 x 15 cm). With woodcut arms of the Dominican order (with the IHS and cross covering the centre) on title-page, and a variant version on the last page, and 3 woodcuts in text (2 saints and the Cross). Further with 24 decorated woodcut initials in two series, including 11 repeats. [16], 410, [6] pp. Contemporary gold-tooled mottled calf, each board with the coat of arms of the French Seguier family and with the monogram PSMF (Pierre Seguier and his wife Madeleine Fabry) repeated 6 times on the spine, rebacked (on recessed cords) with original gold-tooled backstrip laid-down, a later spine label (between the 1st and 2nd monogram), the year of publication 1611 at the foot of the spine, later endpapers. First and only edition, in Spanish, of an early work on Ethiopia by the Spanish Dominican monk Luis de Urreta (ca. 1570-1636), who wrote two volumes glorifying his own order's accomplishments in Ethiopia while diminishing those of the Jesuits (his Dominican coat of arms incorporates the IHS with cross, often used by the Jesuits). In the present work, the second of the two, he deals specifically with the Dominican presence in Ethiopia and the history of the Ethiopian saints. Like the first work, the Historia ecclesiastica published in 1610, it is a late example of a stream of geographical fantasies where Ethiopia was presented as the wondrous utopian kingdom of Prester John, and Urreta makes the case for an ancient Dominican presence in the country, arguing that they should thus be given precedence over the Jesuits as Catholic missionaries in that country. On p … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris
2016-10-20 02:45:08
Ortelius, Abraham
Hanover: Guilielmi Antonii, 1611. [1236]pp. Small quarto. Later stiff vellum, gilt. Ink stamp on titlepage. Heavily tanned throughout. Good. Third edition, enlarged. Ortelius, together with Mercator, was the most famous 16th-century cartographer. His geographical gazetteer was first published in 1587. This edition contains nearly 40,000 place names, arranged alphabetically, each with a brief etymology and indication of source. There is also an index of "modern" names with their Latin equivalents. SABIN 57709. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 611/87.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2016-10-19 08:06:36
Bible
Darlow and Moule Reference #421. The last of the folio editions in large black letter printed between 1611 and 1640. The NT title is dated 1639. It generally agrees very closely with the earlier editions; but the type is somewhat worn, and the rules round the pages do not meet at the corners. Marginal readings in roman type, instead of italics. Measures at 10:75" x 16.5".
Bookseller: Cross and Crown Rare Books
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2016-10-11 16:27:49
DES RUES (François).
Rouen, chez Jean Petit, dans la court du palais, 1611. 1611 1 vol. in-8° (158 x 102 mm.) de : [1] f. (Titre gravé), 352 pp., [2] ff. (Table). 1 portrait gravé de Louis XIII in-texte, 16 vignettes représentant diverses villes, 6 cartes (4 in-texte à pleine-page, 2 hors-texte). Plein veau d'époque, dos à cinq nerfs orné, pièce de titre de maroquin rouge, roulette dorée sur les coupes, tranches jaspées. (Manquent certainement un feuillet de table et la dédicace. Un peu court en tête, mouillure au verso de la page de titre, petit trou f. 117-118). Réédition de cet ouvrage de l'historien, géographe et littérateur normand, François Des Rues (ca. 1575-1633), l'un des créateurs de la littérature touristique française. La première édition de cet ouvrage parut à Coutances en 1605 sous le titre : "Antiquitez, fondations et singularitez des plus célèbres villes (...) du Royaume de France". Des Rues donne une description de chacune des provinces avec des détails sur chaque ville, un historique, une description géographique et une énumération des principales figures de chaque cité. Intéressante illustration comprenant un titre gravé en taille-douce, montrant Louis XIII et les douze pairs de France et quelques armoiries de villes et provinces. L'illustration gravée sur bois comprend un portrait de Louis XIII, six cartes à pleine-page et dix-huit vignettes d'une facture naïve, montrant des plans et rues de villes du royaume. Bel exemplaire dans une jolie reliure d'époque. 1 vol. 8vo. 1 engraved portrait in-text, 16 wood engraved labels depicting towns, 6 full-page maps. (Dedication an … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Les Trois Islets
2016-10-09 14:46:42
PEREGRINO MARCO ANTONIO
Apud Nicolaum Polum, 1611. In-folio (cm. 32), cc. (24) 151. Frontespizio in rosso e nero con marchio tipografico, testate e capolettera incisi. Solida legatura in piena pergamena rigida con dorso a nervi ben rifatto posteriormente. Esemplare marginoso e ben conservato. Manca l'ultima carta bianca. Edizione originale ed unica, assai rara.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2016-10-05 01:38:02
Coryate, Thomas
Printed by W[illiam] S[tansby], London, 1611. Quarto in eights (8 1/8 x 6 inches; 206 x 153 mm). [-]2; a8-b8 ([-]1 inserted after a3); b4; c8-g8; h4-l4; B8-D8 (D3 inserted after preceding D); E8-3C8; 3D4; [-]2 (first is signed 3E3 and both are errata). The present copy collates the same as Pforzheimer. Illustrated with engraved title-page by William Hole and five engraved plates. Plates include the woodcut of the badge of the Prince of Wales as well as three folding plates. Also illustrated with two inter-textual engravings and numerous woodcut initials and head-pieces. With two leaves of errata. 19th-century straight-grain red morocco. Boards ruled and stamped in gilt with a central gilt coat-of-arms of Sir Henry Harben. Gilt dentelles and board edges. All edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. Some occasional light dampstaining and a few instances of old ink maginalia. The clock plate has been reinforced on the back side with two small tape repairs. The clock plate is not cropped which is rare. Engraved title is inserted on a stub. It has been remargined on the outer right margin and cropped close, as usual. Some light rubbing to edges and hinges. Book plates on front endpapers of Henry Devenish Harben, Dogmersfield Library and Arthur and Charlotte Vershbow. An exceptional copy. "Perfect copies with the plates intact are not common.The D.N.B. has repeated the statement that the Chetham copy is the only perfect one know." (Pforzheimer 218) This copy owned by and bound for Sir Henry Harben (1823-1911) who was the driving force behind the Prudential Insurance Company and was knighte … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books, Inc. -- ABAA, ILAB [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]
2016-10-01 01:06:31
AELIANUS Claudius
Couverture rigide Genève, Joann Tornaesium, 1611. Petit in-8, titre, (2) ff. non chiffrés, 1018 pp., (47 ff. index) Reliure de l'époque en vélin, dos lisse. Légers manques sur les plats, pas de lacets, quelques feuillets roussis. Notes manuscrites marginales. Texte juxtalinéaire grec et latin. Traduction de Peter Gelluis et Conrad Gesner. Mort vers 260, Aelianus fut un compilateur, qui recueille ici nombre de particularités d'histoire naturelle, parmi lesquelles beaucoup de récits fabuleux. La première édition des oeuvres complètes d'Elien est due à C. Gesner et remonte à 1556 (Zürich). Unique édition par les De Tournes. Brunet, I, 61. Hoffmann, 14. Costier, 761. Satisfaisant
Bookseller: Librairie Girard-Talec
2016-09-26 13:00:57
Philippe DESPORTES
New edition adorned with an engraved frontispiece title and drawn by Leonard Gautier.Bound in full brown sheepskin contemporary. Back to ornate nerves. part of title in red morocco. head cap pulled away with deficiencies to the joints. Mors split tail. 2 tail worm holes, and 2 other along the upper joint in the tail. Corners bumped. De l'imprimerie de Raphael Du Petit Val à Rouen 1611 in-12 (8x14,5cm) 675pp. (33) relié
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet
2016-09-25 13:00:01
AVILA Alfonsus
Laurentius Sommium, 1611. - Laurentius Sommium, Parisii (Paris) 1611, in-8 (18x11,5cm), (16) 197 (1bc) (4), (16) 486 (9), (13) (1bc) 392pp., trois tomes reliés en un fort volume. - Première édition. Rare , absent aux catalogues français et anglais, et au catalogue d'Harvard. Absent à Brunet. Plein Vélin d'époque , titre à la plume rouge (estompé). Traces de lacets. Les pages de garde sont manquantes. Ouvrage de théologie du jésuite espagnol Alfonsus Avila. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Première édition. Rare, absent aux catalogues français et anglais, et au catalogue d'Harvard. Absent à Brunet. Reliure en plein vélin d'époque, titre à la plume estompé. Traces de lacets. Les pages de garde sont manquantes. Ouvrage de théologie du jésuite espagnol Alfonsus Avila.
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet
2016-09-25 06:25:38
FAUCHET (Claude).
A Genève par Paul Marceau, pour la Soc. Caldorienne 1611 1A Genève, par Paul Marceau, pour la Soc. Caldorienne, 1611. In-4 (225 x 155 mm) de (8)-947-124-(2) pp., veau havane marbré, dos lisse orné, pièce de titre en maroquin rouge, tranches rouges (reliure du XVIIIe siècle). Quatrième édition augmentée. Le premier livre a paru anonymement en 1579 sous le titre de Recueil des antiquitez gauloises et françaises. « (Fauchet) se montre le précurseur des historiens de l'âge romantique. Mais il leur est bien supérieur par l'information, le scrupule. Enfin il ne cesse pas quant à lui d'être animé d'un très fort sentiment national, qui est sa marque propre, encore qu'il partage ce sentiment avec son contemporain Pasquier » (Dictionnaire des Lettres Françaises). A la suite des Antiquitez gauloises, on trouve les deux autres remarquables traités du même auteur : Origines des Dignitez & Magistrats de France et Origine des chevaliers, Armoiries & Héraux, qui ont une page de titre spéciale. Rousseurs. Notes manuscrites marginales à l'encre du temps. Brunet II, 1192 ; Cioranescu, 9835.
Bookseller: Bonnefoi Livres Anciens [France, Paris]
2016-09-24 01:50:58
Par Maitre Guillaume de Serisay, Avocat au Grand Conseil, Maitre Jean de Monstruel, Avocat au Parlement de Paris, Maitre Denis Bouthiller, Avocat audit Parlement,Et les Doyens, Chanoines & Chapitre de lEglise Cathédrale de Rouen,
A Paris, chez Barthelemy Macé, 1611,1 volume, 170 x 105 mm, reliure vélin, à lorigine fermé par deux lacets, absents, dos lisse, titre à la plume, en tête, titre à la plume sur la tranche de pied, 1 ff. bl., 147- 84 pp., 6 ff., 304 pp., 2 ff., 1 ff.,bl. Hormis quelques rousseurs, belle condition. Dorigine légendaire le fameux privilège remonte à Dagobert, époque où Saint Romain était évêque de Rouen. Il fut décidé de débarrasser les marais de la rive gauche dune bête malfaisante. Seul un condamné à mort accepta la dangereuse besogne et avec laide de lévêque, ils terrassèrent la bête et traversèrent Rouen en un cortège victorieux. Le condamné fut grâcié et le privilège entériné par lAutorité. Chaque année les foules accourraient de tous les points de la Normandie pour applaudir le spectacle dun meurtrier arraché au supplice, traversant les rues, couronné de fleurs, de la Cathédrale à la Haute Vieille Tour où il soulevait, trois fois, devant une foule immense le reliquaire de Saint Romain.Mais au fil des ans le Privilège trouva de nombreux adversaires, à commencer par le pouvoir royal qui ne pouvait partager ce droit de grâce. De plus la tradition voulait que le condamné choisi fut celui qui avait commis le crime le plus horrible : « Le pis quil y a en ce privilège, cest quon ne donne grâce que des crimes les plus exécrables quon peut trouver et desquels le Roy na point acoustumé doctroyer grâce. » (Bodin, Jean),Plus grave, Jacques-Auguste de Thou se plaignait énergiquement dans son « Histoire Universelle » de ce que « Dans ces derniers temps on avait fait servir le privilège … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Brision Denis - Livres Anciens
2016-09-18 11:51:05
LEMNIUS LEVINUS.
Typis Ioann. Saurii, 1611. Cm. 12, pp. (16) 582 (56). Legatura coeva in piena pergamena rigida con titoli ms. al dorso. Esemplare con qualche traccia d'uso, con carte a tratti brunite ed un tarletto al margine bianco di alcune pagine centrali, peraltro genuino ed in discreto stato di conservazione. Si tratta dell'opera maggiore del fisico e filosofo danese Lemnius (1505 - 1568). Pubblicato in originale nella fine del '500 fu ristampato per oltre due secoli. Interessante e non comune. Cfr. Wellcome e Durling 2776; Rosenthal, Bibl. Magica, 2959; Hirsch III, 666.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2016-09-15 15:51:58
Ingegneri Giovanni, Vescovo di Capodistria
per Gio. Domenico Roncagliolo, 1611. 4to (cm. 19), 2 cc.nn., 75 pp. (unito) Bernaudo Gio. Maria detto il Candido, Accademico, La zotica, s.t., s.d., 4 cc.nn. (di cui la prima bianca), 94 pp., 1 c.nn. di errata. Legatura antica in pergamena rigida con titolo oro su tassello in pelle al ds. Tagli colorati a spruzzo. Ds. e margini esterni dei piatti bruniti. Qualche ingiallitura ma ottimo esemplare. Due interessanti e rare seicentine napoletane. L’opera dell’Ingegneri in un’edizione non censita dalla Vinciana. L’altra del letterato cosentino Bernaudo - che ha un imprimatur concesso a Napoli nel 1614 - non risulta presente secondo ICCU in nessuna Bibl. italiana.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l.
2016-09-14 19:08:01
ROBERT Anne
chez Claude Rigaud, 1611. - chez Claude Rigaud, à Paris 1611, in 4 (24x16cm), relié. - Edizione originale. Rare. 1 copia al BN in Francia, 1 in Paris-Cujas e la biblioteca di Reims, ma nulla presso la British Library e l'Inghilterra. Assente in Brunet. Bound in pieno periodo cerbiatto vitello. Torna con nervi decorato con ornamenti 3. Corona su piatti medaglione con le iniziali del centro MG, netti mentoring. Usato vincolante. Testa Involucro goffamente ricostituito pelle di pecora marrone. Scatola di coda che porta una mascella superiore lacerata e incollata. Tagli sulle stoviglie. A, angolo spoglia smussato. Carta ingiallita. Alcuni morsi sparsi. Lavoro Tradotto da Gabriel Michel La Rochemaillet. Rerum judicatarum libri 4 è apparso nel 1597 (le tracce più antiche si trovano in Scottish BN), la Rerum anche è stata pubblicata nel 1596 da 3 chili. L'edizione latina non è apparentemente in Scozia, la Francia non ha più la British Library. Il catalogo Harvard Hollis contiene una copia del 1596. Proveniente da una avvocato di famiglia, autore, avvocato presso il Parlamento di Parigi, conosceva il picco della sua fama nel 1580, La collezione si compone di argomenti corrispondenti a quelli imposti da Anne Robert e altri avvocati in affari veri e proprio datati (includere fermate sulla data indicata negli archivi del Parlamento). Secondo Corbin, 1606, è il primo libro di questo tipo. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, très rare. 1 exemplaire à la BN de France, 1 à Paris-Cujas et un à la bibliothèque de Reims mais rien à la British Library et en Angleterre. Absent à Brun … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet
2016-09-08 10:06:42
ARNAULD Isaac
S.n, 1611. - S.n., S.l. 1611, in-16 (6x10,5cm), 362 pp., relié. - Prima edizione, rara e anonimo. Il libro verrà aumentato di 3 trattati nell'edizione del 1618, e un altro 5 in un'edizione biblioteca ultérieure.La Mazarine ha una copia del 1618 e una copia dell'edizione Oxford del 1670 e quello del 1618; Assente quindi nella British Library e la Biblioteca Nazionale. Pergamena pieno del tempo. Torna con quattro nervi decorato con un pezzo di pelle di pecora come bionda. Piatti timbrato. Un ex libris due bloccato sulla prima guardia delfino con la lettera A. Il trattato di disprezzo del mondo è all'origine di un lavoro Eucherio, vescovo di Lione, poi eremita che coltivava nel suo lavoro una posizione stoica di contro il mondo; questo discorso spirituale ha trovato una notevole eco nella prima metà del XVII (che può essere riassunta con il termine di oggi Vanità) e molte opere riconquistò il titolo, come quella di Isacco Arnauld sviluppa un trattato vanità. L'opera è costruita in 7 parti: I. Discorso disprezzo del mondo. II. Dalla vita così portato. III. Iujement di Dio sui malvagi ... IIII. Meditazione sulla penitenza. V. Meditazione su saintcte Cene. VI. Afflizioni voce e sapeva martirio. VII. Meditazioni di un paziente. Arnauld era consigliere di Enrico IV e la sovrintendente delle finanze, la sua posizione pubblica illumina la sua luce spirituale di un lavoro strano, e dimostra la presenza del messaggio cristiano tinge di stoicismo in tutti gli strati della società; spirituale dottrina proprio disprezzo del mondo era in una volta ripreso dai protestanti e giansenisti, mos … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet
2016-09-06 08:17:16
BELLARMINO, ROBERTO
Brescia, Franciscus Tebaldinus, 1611. (16) 903 (27) p. Contemporary Vellum, 4° (One side of the spine has a small tear in it. Commentary on the Psalms by the famous roman catholic Robertus Bellarminus, 1542-1621.)
Bookseller: Antiquariaat de Roo [Zwijndrecht, Netherlands]
2016-09-06 06:48:09
DURANTE Castore
Appresso D. Imberti, 1611. In 16, pp. (16) + 324. tarletti al marg. sup. di 30 cc. interne che non intaccano il testo. P. pg. molle coeva. Buona copia. Classico della letteratura gastronomico - medica, edito per la prima nel 1565 in latino col titolo De bonitate et vitio alimentorum. Sono esaminati nelle loro precipuita' gastronomiche e mediche quasi tutte le sostanze alimentari quali: i frumenti (orzo, farro, grano). i vegetali (erbaggi, carciofi, capperi, finocchi, mele, nespole, aglio, porro, noce moscata, limoni, castagne, mandorle), carni: (castrato, cervo, ghiro, allodola, gallo, starne, pernici, quaglie, oche ecc.), pesci: (cefalo, carpione, aguglia, ostrica, rana, sarda), i condimenti (aceto, noce moscata, zenzero), vini. Westbury, 84. Oberle', 74. B.IN.G., 748. ITA
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Coenobium
2016-08-30 19:59:53
Gerard MERCATOR (Kremer) (1512 - 1594)
1611. Acquaforte e bulino. Magnifica prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, con margini, coloritura coeva, piccole ossidazioni, per il resto in perfetto stato di conservazione. Per la prima volta pubblicata nel "Italia, Sclavoniae et Graeciae tabula geographice" nel 1589, questa mappa fu inserita poi nel "Atlantis Pars Altera", pubblicato nel 1595, dopo la morte del Mercator, dal figlio Rumold. Successivamente è inserita in alcuni degli atlanti di Hondius fino alla sua ultima apparizione nell'edizione francese del 1633 del Gerardi Mercatoris Atlas. Etching and engraving, contemporary coloring, small rust, otherwise in good condition. For the first time published in "Italy, Sclavoniae et Graeciae geographice tabula" in 1589, this map comes from the Hondius issue of Gerardi Mercatoris Atlas. Amsterdam Amsterdam Koeman p. 299/301, Me 13A. 470 355
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2016-08-28 19:49:00
BRIL (Mathias), FRISIUS (Simon) et VAN LIERE (Joos)
s.l., Hendrick Hondius, 1611 et 1614. 2 volumes in-4 oblong de I. Titre et 19 planches (sur 24) ; et de II. Titre et 19 planches (sur 27) vélin souple de l'époque (corps d'ouvrage remonté au XXe siècle) 1611 et 1614, 1611 et 1614, , 2 volumes in-4 oblong de I. Titre et 19 planches (sur 24) ; et de II. Titre et 19 planches (sur 27), vélin souple de l'époque (corps d'ouvrage remonté au XXe siècle), Deux rares éditions originales de recueils de gravures de Simon Frisius d'après le peintre Mathias Bril, et imprimées par Hondius. Ces paysages variées sont dans la plus pure tradition de la peinture de l'école du Nord du dernier tiers du XVIe siècle : scène pittoresque, moulin, arbres solitaires, effets de mouvements rendus habilement grâce au mouvement du ciel et à la construction géométrique des tableaux, etc. D'après les récentes recherches de Nadine Orenstein (The New Hollstein [...] Simon Frisius I, 2008, p. 98-142), on ne compte que 9 exemplaires connus dans les fonds publics pour chacune de ces publications. 16 des planches présentent la très peu courante caractéristique d'avoir été rehaussées anciennement, voire à l'époque. Le mélange de la brillance du coloris ancien et des tons pastels a très bien été conservé. Une des planches de l'édition de 1614 ne correspond pas aux reproductions du New Hollstein, il s'agit donc d'un ajout annexe. En effet, cette planche n'est pas signée "Matias Bril inventor" mais "Jodocus van lier", c'est à dire Joos van Liere. La plus part des dessins de ce paysagiste et miniaturiste flamand mal-connu (né aux alentours de 1520 et mort en 1583) ne … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux
2016-08-26 11:24:22
MELZO Lodovico.
appresso Gioachino Trognaesio, 1611. in folio, pp. (12) (compreso titolo e front. inciso), 221, (3), leg. perg. molle coeva con tit. mss al d. Con 16 tavv. inc. in rame ripiegate (le tavv. numerate 14 e 15 sono sullo stesso foglio). Splendido front. interamente inc. in rame raffigurante figure allegoriche e cavalieri con bellissime armature. Con numerose iniziali finemente incise in rame e in legno figurate, testatine in rame con scene di battaglie e allegorie. Le tavole, ripiegate anche più volte, raffigurano scene di duello con cavalli, dispiegamento di truppe, campi di battaglia, etc... Antica firma di appartenenza al margine inf. del front. e sigillo nella pagina di titolo. Prima rara ediz. originale. Piantanida II, 1441. Alcune pagine brunite e tarlo che interessa il margine superiore bianco (senza perdita di testo) per circa 20 carte, ma buona copia. [246]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Scriptorium
2016-08-05 00:50:26
PINEDA, Juan de
1611. Artikeldetails Ioannis de Pineda Hispalensis Societatis Iesu Ad suos in Salomonem commentarios Salomon praevius, sive De rebus Salomonis regis libri octo. PINEDA, Juan de. Venedig, apud Bernardo Iunram, Io. Baptistam Ciottum 1611. gr.-4°. (32 x 23, 5 x 4, 7 cm.); 40 Bll., 579 S. Mit Titelvign. Ldr. d. Zt. Mit reicher u. tiefer Blindprägung auf beiden Deckeln. Mit 2 intakten Metallschließen. Vors. u. wenige Bll. stockfl. Gelöschter Stempel am Tit. Bestell-Nr: 0259-16 Bemerkungen: Venezianischer, zweispaltiger Druck mit zahlr. Initialen. - Juan de Pineda (1558 -1637), spanischer Jesuit, der in Cordoba, Sevilla und Madrid Philosophie u. scholast. Theologie lehrte. 1628 wurde er zum Generalinquisitor aller spanischen Bibliotheken ernannt. Pineda arbeitete auch an den Ausgaben des spanischen Index von 1612 und 1632. (vgl. Lex.Th.u.K.. VIII, 282) Schlagworte: Theologie, ReligionsgeschichteEUR 514,79 (inkl. 10,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Weitere Abbildungen Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2019-03-17).
Bookseller: Burgverlag Rare Books and Prints (antiquariat1epj) [Wien, AT]
2016-08-01 23:08:11
Donne, John]
N[icholas]. O[kes]. for Richard Moore, London. First edition in English. Title-page within single rule. [10], 143, [3] pp. Collation: A-G^12 (lacking G6,7, "An Apology for Jesuites, and blanks A1 and G9-11, additional title-page G12 canceled as usual). 12mo. First English Edition of Donne's Second Book. The first edition in English of Donne's second book, first published in Latin (Concalve Ignati, 1611) and translated by the author. "Ignatius is a brief and biting satire against Roman Catholics in general, Jesuits in particular, and all kinds of innovators, couched in the form of a dream-vision, a Menippean journey to hell where Ignatius holds court" (ODNB). Rare, one of 10 recorded copies and the only copy at auction. ESTC S100082; Grolier, Donne 6; Wither to Prior 277; Keynes 4.5. Provenance: John L. Clawson (morocco booklabel, Anderson, 20 May 1926, lot 242); Sotheby's London 13 December 1993, lot 10 (sold for £17,500 over estimate of £1,200-1,500, but returned because missing leaves not noted); Robert S Pirie (his bookplate, purchased through Quaritch subsequent to cancellation of auction sale, 1994) Full brown morocco, a.e.g., by Riviere Title-page within single rule. [10], 143, [3] pp. Collation: A-G^12 (lacking G6,7, "An Apology for Jesuites, and blanks A1 and G9-11, additional title-page G12 canceled as usual). 12mo [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2016-07-24 23:49:19
FONTANA Publio.
Bookseller: studio bibliografico pera s.a.s. [LUCCA, Italy]
2016-07-20 20:30:18
PINEDA, Juan de.
Venedig, apud Bernardo Iunram, Io. Baptistam Ciottum 1611. gr.-4°. 40 Bll., 579 S. Mit Titelvign. Ldr. d. Zt. Mit reicher u. tiefer Blindprägung auf beiden Deckeln. Mit 2 intakten Metallschließen. Vors. u. wenige Bll. stockfl. Gelöschter Stempel am Tit.Venezianischer, zweispaltiger Druck mit zahlr. Initialen. - Juan de Pineda (1558 -1637), spanischer Jesuit, der in Cordoba, Sevilla und Madrid Philosophie u. scholast. Theologie lehrte. 1628 wurde er zum Generalinquisitor aller spanischen Bibliotheken ernannt. Pineda arbeitete auch an den Ausgaben des spanischen Index von 1612 und 1632. (vgl. Lex.Th.u.K.. VIII, 282) Versand D: 4,00 EUR Theologie, Religionsgeschichte
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2016-07-19 18:09:28
Tagereau, Vincent
1611. Divorce Due to Sexual Dysfunction Tagereau, Vincent. Discours sur l'Impuissance de l'Homme et de la Femme. Auquel est Declare, Que c'est qu'Impuissance Empeschant & Separant le Marriage. Paris: N. Rousset [Roussel], 1611. [viii], 191, [1] pp. Octavo (6-3/4" x 4-1/4"). Later paper-covered boards. Light rubbing to extremities. Moderate toning, somewhat heavier in places, faint dampspotting to a few leaves. Side-notes affected in a few places by shaving, minor tears to margins of a few leaves. Early underlining to some passages in faint pencil, interior otherwise clean. An appealing copy of a scarce work. * First edition. A treatise on the dissolution of marriage due to sexual dysfunction. The legal procedure, called "epreuve du congres," was humiliating: before a jury of lawyers, judges and witnesses, the man had to show whether or not he was able to fulfill the duties imposed by marriage. Apparently, testimony sufficed when dealing with female dysfunction. Later editions were published in 1612 and 1655, with reissues of the 1612 edition in 1887, 1900 and 2013. All editions and reissues are scarce. OCLC locates 7 copies of the first edition, 2 in North America (Harvard Law School, UCLA). Another copy located at GWU Law School. Camus, Bibliotheque Choisie des Livres de Droit 1489.
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2016-06-08 18:08:18
Coke, Sir Edward
1611. First Edition of the Eighth Part of Coke's Reports Annotated Throughout in Contemporary Hand Coke, Sir Edward [1552-1634]. La Huictme Part des Reports de Sr. Edw. Coke Chevalier, Chiefe Iustice del Common Banke: Des Divers Resolutions & Jugements Donez sur Solennes Arguments & Avec-Grand Deliberation & Conference des Tresreverends Iuges & Sages de la Ley, De Cases en Ley Queux ne Fueront Unques Resolus ou Adiudgez par Devant: Et les Raisons & Causes des Dits Resolutions & Iugements. Publie en le Neufme an de Treshaut & Tresillustre Iaques Roy Dengl. Fr. & Irel. & De Escoce le 44. Le Fountaine de Tout Pietie & Iustice, & La Vie de la Ley. London: Printed for the Societie of Stationers, 1611. [15], 171 [i.e. 173], [1] ff. Text in Law-French and Latin. Folio (11-1/4" x 7-1/4"). Contemporary calf, blind rules to boards, early initials "RB" blind-stamped to centers, raised bands to spine, fragments of cloth ties, early hand-lettered title to head of text block. Moderate rubbing to extremities, minor chipping to spine ends, corners bumped, a few partial cracks to text block. Light toning to interior, faint dampstaining to lower margins of preliminaries, following five leaves and a few more leaves at rear of text, underlining and annotations throughout text in early hand. * First edition. Coke's Reports are not reports in the conventional sense; they are highly detailed anthologies of precedents organized by topic. Taken together, it forms the most extensive and detailed treatment of common law pleading that had yet appeared. A work of immense authority, it was often cited a … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-06-06 22:28:24
(MEDICINE - HOME REMEDIES)
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
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2016-06-06 22:28:24
(MEDICINE - HOME REMEDIES)
London: Printed [by Thomas Purfoot?] for Arthur Iohnson, 1611. Second Printing. Printed the same year as the King James Bible, this is a popular home medical guide with recipes for remedies requiring such exotic ingredients as coral, amber, pearls, and unicorn horn, as well as more prosaic herbs, egg whites, cream, and spirits. First published in 1608, "Closet for Ladies" went to 15 editions by 1656, but as a result of hard use, all of these printings are now quite rare. Then, as now, mothers had the primary responsibility for ministering to the family's ailments, and "closets"--the contemporary term for collections of household recipes--were indispensable to women like our former owner Mary Squire. The ink titling on the spine here suggests that this volume was perhaps confused with a similar book, Sir Hugh Platt's "Delightes for Ladies" (some bibliographers also attribute our "Closet" to Platt). The present work begins with instructions for making preserves, candies, and cordials, but these concoctions were not for pleasure alone; they also had medicinal uses. For example, candy lozenges and cordials could be used to soothe coughs and sore throats. There are numerous recipes for treating common complaints like headaches, colic, and bruises, in addition to instructions for handling more serious matters, including infestations of intestinal worms (a frequent problem before modern sanitation and food safety standards) and potentially life-threatening complications of childbirth. The wide-ranging work even includes some cosmetics recipes, including one for whitening the skin … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-06-06 21:32:58
2016-06-06 21:32:58
2016-06-06 21:32:58
MEDICINE - HOME REMEDIES)
Printed [by Thomas Purfoot?] for Arthur Iohnson, London. 120 x 72 mm. (4 3/4 x 2 7/8"). 1 p.l. (title), 190 pp., [44] blank leaves. Two parts in one volume. Second Printing. Contemporary limp vellum, flat spine with ink writing ("Dolightes ad ---"), four small holes for ties, now lacking. In a modern half calf clamshell box by the Abrams Bindery. Inside front cover inscribed in ink, "Mary Squire / her booke"; foot of p. 29 inscribed "Mary Squire / Her Booke / 12." STC 5435. Small chips at top of joints, vellum rather soiled, a number of leaves significantly stained and thumbed (as one would expect with a recipe book), one leaf with short repaired tear into text (no loss), other trivial defects, but still an excellent copy and a remarkable survival, the binding solid and not unpleasant, and the text surprisingly well preserved, given the use it has encountered. Printed the same year as the King James Bible, this is a popular home medical guide with recipes for remedies requiring such exotic ingredients as coral, amber, pearls, and unicorn horn, as well as more prosaic herbs, egg whites, cream, and spirits. First published in 1608, "Closet for Ladies" went to 15 editions by 1656, but as a result of hard use, all of these printings are now quite rare. Then, as now, mothers had the primary responsibility for ministering to the family's ailments, and "closets"--the contemporary term for collections of household recipes--were indispensable to women like our former owner Mary Squire. The ink titling on the spine here suggests that this volume was perhaps confused with a similar bo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2016-06-06 19:54:22
Bible
Hardcover. Good. The Holy Bible containing the Old and New Testaments [this Old Testament only] Translated out of the original tongues: being the version set forth A.D. 1611 compared with the most ancient authorities and revised.
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2016-06-06 19:53:25
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2016-05-28 18:40:43
The Easton Press, Norwalk, Connecticut. Limited Edition. Unpaginated. Folio. Full leather, gilt titles & decorations, all edges gilt, five raised spine bands, silk moire endpapers, three gold ribbons bound in. Color maps follow text. The Old and New Testaments in the King James Version, together with the Apocrypha. Calendar, almanac, extensive scriptural geneaologies, and two-page map of Canaan precede text. A reproduction of the text of the iconic edition originally printed for the Church of England in 1611. Printed on carnival linen finish paper especially milled by Mohawk Fine Papers for this edition, bound in cowhide leather imported from Italy by Cortina Leathers, lithography by Falcon Press, slipcase and custom binding by BindTech.Keywords: RELIGION ANTIQUARIAN BIBLE BIBLICAL TEXT QUAKER SOCIETY OF FRIENDS
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2016-05-25 13:13:21
Kornmann, Heinrich.
Darmstadt Porssius, 1611. (16,5 x 10 cm). 334 S. Pergamentband der Zeit. Erste Ausgabe. - "The work of the miracles of the four elements has the alternative title, Historical Temple of Nature, and is largely drawn from antiquated authors. Not only are the elements still four, but comets are still exhalations in the supreme region of air. Tides, however, are attributed to the moon. According to the tradition of the Magi, there are three kinds of spiritual beings: supercelestial who are very close to God, celestial intelligences for the spheres and stars, and demons for each of the four elements. There are also fiery men and aerial men, and four animals who feed on a single element: the mole on earth, the 'alec' on water, the chameleon on air, and the salamander nourished on fire. Besides miracles of each element, there are alphabetical treatments of birds, quadrupeds, mountains, bodies of water, forests, gardens, trees, herbs, flowers, fruits, cities, temples, towers, bridges, and so on passing from the realm of nature to that of art" (Thorndike). - Der aus Kirchhain in Hessen stammende Kornmann (1579-1627), ein Jurist und Polyhistoriker, verhalf durch sein Werk "Mons Veneris" dem Brocken als Hexenberg zu großer Popularität. - Der Benzing unbekannte Drucker J. J. Porssius in Darmstadt müsste nach Benzings Datierung der zweite Drucker der Stadt sein. - Exlibris. Stellenweise etwas gebräunt. Insgesamt schönes und wohlerhaltenes Exemplar. - VD 17 23:254716L; Thorndike VII, 280 (ausführlich); Caillet 5831; Jöcher II, 2148; Rosenthal BMP 8704 [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Gerhard Gruber [Heilbronn, Germany]
2016-05-20 14:59:50
Coke, Sir Edward
1611 - First Edition of the Eighth Part of Coke's Reports Annotated Throughout in Contemporary Hand Coke, Sir Edward [1552-1634]. La Huictme Part des Reports de Sr. Edw. Coke Chevalier, Chiefe Iustice del Common Banke: Des Divers Resolutions & Jugements Donez sur Solennes Arguments & Avec-Grand Deliberation & Conference des Tresreverends Iuges & Sages de la Ley, De Cases en Ley Queux ne Fueront Unques Resolus ou Adiudgez par Devant: Et les Raisons & Causes des Dits Resolutions & Iugements. Publie en le Neufme an de Treshaut & Tresillustre Iaques Roy Dengl. Fr. & Irel. & De Escoce le 44. Le Fountaine de Tout Pietie & Iustice, & La Vie de la Ley. London: Printed for the Societie of Stationers, 1611. [15], 171 [i.e. 173], [1] ff. Text in Law-French and Latin. Folio (11-1/4" x 7-1/4"). Contemporary calf, blind rules to boards, early initials "RB" blind-stamped to centers, raised bands to spine, fragments of cloth ties, early hand-lettered title to head of text block. Moderate rubbing to extremities, minor chipping to spine ends, corners bumped, a few partial cracks to text block. Light toning to interior, faint dampstaining to lower margins of preliminaries, following five leaves and a few more leaves at rear of text, underlining and annotations throughout text in early hand. * First edition. Coke's Reports are not reports in the conventional sense; they are highly detailed anthologies of precedents organized by topic. Taken together, it forms the most extensive and detailed treatment of common law pleading that had yet appeared. A work of immense authority, it was often cited … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-05-10 04:22:34
Cardanus, Hieronymus.
Basel (Petri ) 1611 - (17,5 x 10,5cm). (80) 1148 (4) S. Mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke, großem Holzschnitt-Portrait und einigen Textholzschnitten. Manuskriptpergamentband. Ein Kompendium des damaligen naturwissenschaftlichen und technischen Wissens. - The work contains "a little of everything: from cosmology to the construction of machines; from the usefulness of natural sciences to the evil influence of demons; from the laws of mechanics to cryptology. It is a mine of facts, both real and imaginary; of notes on the state of the sciences, of superstition, technology, alchemy and various branches of the occult" (DSB). U.a. mit Kapiteln zu: Alchemie, Astrologie, Okkultismus, Wahrsagerei und Magie. Unter "subtilitas" (Feinheit) versteht Cardanus die Wahrnehmung mit den Sinnen und das Verstehen mit dem Verstand, deshalb ist der Mensch nur mit Hilfe der "subtilitas" in der Lage, die Geheimnisse der Natur zu ergründen. - Stempel auf Titel. Stellenweise etwas stockfleckig. Rechte untere Ecke durchgängig mit unterschiedlich starkem Wasserrand. Insgesamt gut erhaltenes Exemplar. - DSB 3, 64; VD17 23:239585C; Krivatsy 2143
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2016-05-10 04:22:34
Cardanus, Hieronymus.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Gerhard Gruber [Heilbronn, Germany]
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2016-04-18 21:13:39
León, Martín de.
En la Emprenta de Diego Lopez Davalos, 1611. Sole colonial-era edition and one rare in commerce of Fr. Martín de León's famous work for priests ministering to Nahuatl-speaking Indians. Fray Martín is universally held to have been one of the great scholars of the language in the late 16th and early 17th centuries, admired for his fluency and ability to explain complex matters in elegant yet easy to understand expositions, as here in his confessionary, catechism, and calendar essay. Tragedy struck this copy, which lacks the title-leaf, licences, dedication, preliminaries concerning use of the word "Teotlacatl," prologue, the remarks on the Mexican language, the first nine leaves of the catechism in Nahuatl, and fols. 109 and 124-60. Surviving is most of the catechism, the section in Spanish on the syncretism of the Spanish and the Mexican religious calendars, and all but the last half page of the confessionary in Nahuatl, the missing paragraph supplied in early, neat manuscript -- the book's sad owner redeeming its losses as best he could?
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2016-04-04 20:05:48
VAN WYTFLIET, Cornelius
1611. Map. Copper-plate engraving. Image measures 9 x 11.5". Sheet measures 11.25 x 14.5". This rare map of Colombia shows the northern segment of the country, covering the coastline as it extends from the Caribbean Sea south the Andes Mountains. Panama, also included, runs into the title cartouche, which symbolically demarcates the depicted South American regions from unseen Central America. The map primarily renders forts as they have sprouted up along the main rivers. It is a later version of a map first published in Wytfliet's 1597 atlas, which contains some of the first printed maps of the New World as well as a history of the voyages of Columbus, Pizarro, Verrazano and other explorers. The map is in very good condition with wide margins. Some wormholes in margin not affecting the image. Cornelius Wytfliet (c. 1550--1597) was a Belgian cartographer who dedicated his work to Spain. He used the writings of both historians and contemporary geographers to render the geography natural history, and European discovery of the Americas. This map is a fine example of his work.
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2016-04-01 14:49:58
Bible
Hardcover. Good. The Holy Bible, reprinted according to the Authorized Version of 1611. 5 volumes. Limited edition of 1000. Important Press Books, one of first projects undertaken by Nonesuch. These copies are in pristine, unworn, beautiful condition!
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2016-03-28 14:12:00
Bible
Hardcover. Good. A Facsimile in a reduced size of the Authorized Version published in the year 1611 in Newly rebound, full tan leather with blind stamped design. Red Moroccan gilt title to spine. Five raised bands. Red page edges. Also printed in London by Henry Frowde. Oxford University Press, Amen Corner. And in New York. Contains introduction by Alred W. Pollard. Library stamp verso title Glasgow Library.
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2016-03-26 12:47:24
Coke Edward
Printed for the Societie of Stationers, London, 1611. Modern 3/4 calf over marbled boards, some staining, mainly lightish and marginal, else a good copy with the occasional annotation; the Taussig copy First edition of the eighth part of Coke's Reports, in whose preface he discusses at length the ancient laws of England, seeking to establish their pre-Conquest existence (by citation to historical authority) and the books in which they may be found [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc., member ABAA [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2016-03-14 22:33:06
Bible
Hardcover. Good. The Holy Bible, containing the Old and New Testament. "Newly translated out of Original tongues: and with the former Translations diligently compared and reufied by his Maiesties Special Commandment. Appointed to be read in Churches. Imprinted at London by Robert Barker. Printed to the Kings most excellent Maiestie. Anno Dom 1611" It was produced for The World Publishing Company, Cleveland, Ohio, (facsimile 1961). Printed in Italy, the Laid paper especially made by the Ventura Mill at Cernobbio. The leather binding is a faithful replical of an original contemporary binding. The Coat of Arms on the slip case is that of Kings James I. It is one of an edition limited to 1500 copies of which this number is 1092.
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