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2017-06-13 13:10:28
Jodocus HONDIUS II (1594 -1629)
"Carta geografiaca tratta dal ""Tabularum Geographicarum contractarum"" di Petrus Bertius, edizione latina del 1616. L'opera contiene 219 carte che illustrano questa nuova versione della geografia del Bertius, per la prima volta pubblicata nel 1612 con le carte di Barent Langenes. Le carte derivano dal grande Mercator/Hondius atlas, delle quali molte rappresentano una semplice riduzione. Incisione in rame, carta leggermente brunita, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione." A superior rival to the pocket Ortelius atlas appeared about 1598, under the imprint of Barent Langenes and Cornelis Claesz. Claesz also published the Tabularum Geographicarum Contractarum, edition with texy by Petrus Bertius, in 1600. After the death of Cornelis Claesz in 1609, Jodocus Hondius II became the new publisher of the work, composed by 7 parts in 1, with engraved title-page and 220 full-page engraved maps in text. All the maps were newly engraved and slightly larger in size, because Hondius was not able to acquire the original plates. With the new plates the work was definitely improved and enjoyed a growing demand of the public, which at that time had the choice between the Atlas Minor by Mercator and Bertius' Tabularum Geographicarum. The 219 plates, with the oval world map appearing twice, were produced to illustrate a new version of the geography of Bertius, published in 1616. According to King, their correct attribution is by Hondius, after Mercator and Hondius, taken from Bertius, who was only responsible for revising his text again. Copperplates, in very good conditions. Koeman p. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2017-06-13 13:10:28
Jodocus HONDIUS II
Amsterdam. Carta geografiaca tratta dal "Tabularum Geographicarum contractarum" di Petrus Bertius, edizione latina del 1616. L'opera contiene 219 carte che illustrano questa nuova versione della geografia del Bertius, per la prima volta pubblicata nel 1612 con le carte di Barent Langenes. Le carte derivano dal grande Mercator/Hondius atlas, delle quali molte rappresentano una semplice riduzione. Incisione in rame, carta leggermente brunita, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. A superior rival to the pocket Ortelius atlas appeared about 1598, under the imprint of Barent Langenes and Cornelis Claesz. Claesz also published the Tabularum Geographicarum Contractarum, edition with texy by Petrus Bertius, in 1600. After the death of Cornelis Claesz in 1609, Jodocus Hondius II became the new publisher of the work, composed by 7 parts in 1, with engraved title-page and 220 full-page engraved maps in text. All the maps were newly engraved and slightly larger in size, because Hondius was not able to acquire the original plates. With the new plates the work was definitely improved and enjoyed a growing demand of the public, which at that time had the choice between the Atlas Minor by Mercator and Bertius' Tabularum Geographicarum. The 219 plates, with the oval world map appearing twice, were produced to illustrate a new version of the geography of Bertius, published in 1616. According to King, their correct attribution is by Hondius, after Mercator and Hondius, taken from Bertius, who was only responsible for revising his text again. Copperplates, in very good conditions. Ko … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2017-06-13 13:10:28
Jodocus HONDIUS II
Amsterdam, 1612. Carta geografiaca tratta dal "Tabularum Geographicarum contractarum" di Petrus Bertius, edizione latina del 1616. L'opera contiene 219 carte che illustrano questa nuova versione della geografia del Bertius, per la prima volta pubblicata nel 1612 con le carte di Barent Langenes. Le carte derivano dal grande Mercator/Hondius atlas, delle quali molte rappresentano una semplice riduzione. Incisione in rame, carta leggermente brunita, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. A superior rival to the pocket Ortelius atlas appeared about 1598, under the imprint of Barent Langenes and Cornelis Claesz. Claesz also published the Tabularum Geographicarum Contractarum, edition with texy by Petrus Bertius, in 1600. After the death of Cornelis Claesz in 1609, Jodocus Hondius II became the new publisher of the work, composed by 7 parts in 1, with engraved title-page and 220 full-page engraved maps in text. All the maps were newly engraved and slightly larger in size, because Hondius was not able to acquire the original plates. With the new plates the work was definitely improved and enjoyed a growing demand of the public, which at that time had the choice between the Atlas Minor by Mercator and Bertius' Tabularum Geographicarum. The 219 plates, with the oval world map appearing twice, were produced to illustrate a new version of the geography of Bertius, published in 1616. According to King, their correct attribution is by Hondius, after Mercator and Hondius, taken from Bertius, who was only responsible for revising his text again. Copperplates, in very good conditio … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2017-06-13 13:10:28
Jodocus HONDIUS II
Amsterdam, 1612. Carta geografiaca tratta dal "Tabularum Geographicarum contractarum" di Petrus Bertius, edizione latina del 1616. L'opera contiene 219 carte che illustrano questa nuova versione della geografia del Bertius, per la prima volta pubblicata nel 1612 con le carte di Barent Langenes. Le carte derivano dal grande Mercator/Hondius atlas, delle quali molte rappresentano una semplice riduzione. Incisione in rame, carta leggermente brunita, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. A superior rival to the pocket Ortelius atlas appeared about 1598, under the imprint of Barent Langenes and Cornelis Claesz. Claesz also published the Tabularum Geographicarum Contractarum, edition with texy by Petrus Bertius, in 1600. After the death of Cornelis Claesz in 1609, Jodocus Hondius II became the new publisher of the work, composed by 7 parts in 1, with engraved title-page and 220 full-page engraved maps in text. All the maps were newly engraved and slightly larger in size, because Hondius was not able to acquire the original plates. With the new plates the work was definitely improved and enjoyed a growing demand of the public, which at that time had the choice between the Atlas Minor by Mercator and Bertius' Tabularum Geographicarum. The 219 plates, with the oval world map appearing twice, were produced to illustrate a new version of the geography of Bertius, published in 1616. According to King, their correct attribution is by Hondius, after Mercator and Hondius, taken from Bertius, who was only responsible for revising his text again. Copperplates, in very good conditio … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2017-06-13 13:10:28
Jodocus HONDIUS II
Amsterdam, 1612. Carta geografiaca tratta dal "Tabularum Geographicarum contractarum" di Petrus Bertius, edizione latina del 1616. L'opera contiene 219 carte che illustrano questa nuova versione della geografia del Bertius, per la prima volta pubblicata nel 1612 con le carte di Barent Langenes. Le carte derivano dal grande Mercator/Hondius atlas, delle quali molte rappresentano una semplice riduzione. Incisione in rame, carta leggermente brunita, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. A superior rival to the pocket Ortelius atlas appeared about 1598, under the imprint of Barent Langenes and Cornelis Claesz. Claesz also published the Tabularum Geographicarum Contractarum, edition with texy by Petrus Bertius, in 1600. After the death of Cornelis Claesz in 1609, Jodocus Hondius II became the new publisher of the work, composed by 7 parts in 1, with engraved title-page and 220 full-page engraved maps in text. All the maps were newly engraved and slightly larger in size, because Hondius was not able to acquire the original plates. With the new plates the work was definitely improved and enjoyed a growing demand of the public, which at that time had the choice between the Atlas Minor by Mercator and Bertius' Tabularum Geographicarum. The 219 plates, with the oval world map appearing twice, were produced to illustrate a new version of the geography of Bertius, published in 1616. According to King, their correct attribution is by Hondius, after Mercator and Hondius, taken from Bertius, who was only responsible for revising his text again. Copperplates, in very good conditio … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2017-06-13 13:10:28
Jodocus HONDIUS II
Amsterdam, 1612. Carta geografiaca tratta dal "Tabularum Geographicarum contractarum" di Petrus Bertius, edizione latina del 1616. L'opera contiene 219 carte che illustrano questa nuova versione della geografia del Bertius, per la prima volta pubblicata nel 1612 con le carte di Barent Langenes. Le carte derivano dal grande Mercator/Hondius atlas, delle quali molte rappresentano una semplice riduzione. Incisione in rame, carta leggermente brunita, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. A superior rival to the pocket Ortelius atlas appeared about 1598, under the imprint of Barent Langenes and Cornelis Claesz. Claesz also published the Tabularum Geographicarum Contractarum, edition with texy by Petrus Bertius, in 1600. After the death of Cornelis Claesz in 1609, Jodocus Hondius II became the new publisher of the work, composed by 7 parts in 1, with engraved title-page and 220 full-page engraved maps in text. All the maps were newly engraved and slightly larger in size, because Hondius was not able to acquire the original plates. With the new plates the work was definitely improved and enjoyed a growing demand of the public, which at that time had the choice between the Atlas Minor by Mercator and Bertius' Tabularum Geographicarum. The 219 plates, with the oval world map appearing twice, were produced to illustrate a new version of the geography of Bertius, published in 1616. According to King, their correct attribution is by Hondius, after Mercator and Hondius, taken from Bertius, who was only responsible for revising his text again. Copperplates, in very good conditio … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2017-06-13 13:10:28
Jodocus HONDIUS II
Amsterdam, 1612. Carta geografiaca tratta dal "Tabularum Geographicarum contractarum" di Petrus Bertius, edizione latina del 1616. L'opera contiene 219 carte che illustrano questa nuova versione della geografia del Bertius, per la prima volta pubblicata nel 1612 con le carte di Barent Langenes. Le carte derivano dal grande Mercator/Hondius atlas, delle quali molte rappresentano una semplice riduzione. Incisione in rame, carta leggermente brunita, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. A superior rival to the pocket Ortelius atlas appeared about 1598, under the imprint of Barent Langenes and Cornelis Claesz. Claesz also published the Tabularum Geographicarum Contractarum, edition with texy by Petrus Bertius, in 1600. After the death of Cornelis Claesz in 1609, Jodocus Hondius II became the new publisher of the work, composed by 7 parts in 1, with engraved title-page and 220 full-page engraved maps in text. All the maps were newly engraved and slightly larger in size, because Hondius was not able to acquire the original plates. With the new plates the work was definitely improved and enjoyed a growing demand of the public, which at that time had the choice between the Atlas Minor by Mercator and Bertius' Tabularum Geographicarum. The 219 plates, with the oval world map appearing twice, were produced to illustrate a new version of the geography of Bertius, published in 1616. According to King, their correct attribution is by Hondius, after Mercator and Hondius, taken from Bertius, who was only responsible for revising his text again. Copperplates, in very good conditio … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2017-06-10 06:33:15
ORTELIUS, Abraham.
Antwerp, 1612, Spanish text. Original colour. 355 x 470mm. Pair of small wormholes filled. Three maps on one sheet. from the 'Theatrum Orbis Terrarum'. VAN DEN BROECKE: 49.
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [London, United Kingdom]
2017-06-10 04:23:49
Zaorowsky, J.]
XXXVI, 376, 143 S., 8, Schlichter Pappband d. Zt. Wolfstieg II, 23405 Ackermann V/346: "Selten". - Aufklärerische Schrift gegen die Jesuiten. Enthält neben vier "Beylagen" (S.183-376) über Jesuiten in Rußland u. die geheime Proselytenmacherey, im Anhang: "Privata Monita und Secreta Monita Societatis Jesu". Bestandteil dieser frühen Veröffentlichung der Monita secreta ("geheime Ermahnungen") sind einleitende, bibliografische Angaben zu vorhergehenden Drucken ab 1612. - Einband etwas berieben u. bestossen Vorsatz mit Besitzvermerk von alter Hand wenige Seiten leicht stockfleckig, sonst ein gutes Expl.
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Hans-Jürgen Lange
2017-06-08 18:24:51
MECHELEN (Malines) / Prov. Antwerpen / Vlaanderen:
- altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Ludovico Guiccardini aus Beschrijvinghe van alle de Nederlanden anderssins ghenoemt Neder-Duytslandt b. Willem Jansz. Blaeu in Amsterdam, 1612, 23 x 31,5
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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2017-06-06 10:19:58
Jodocus HONDIUS II
Amsterdam, 1612. Carta geografiaca tratta dal "Tabularum Geographicarum contractarum" di Petrus Bertius, edizione latina del 1616. L'opera contiene 219 carte che illustrano questa nuova versione della geografia del Bertius, per la prima volta pubblicata nel 1612 con le carte di Barent Langenes. Le carte derivano dal grande Mercator/Hondius atlas, delle quali molte rappresentano una semplice riduzione. Incisione in rame, carta leggermente brunita, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. A superior rival to the pocket Ortelius atlas appeared about 1598, under the imprint of Barent Langenes and Cornelis Claesz. Claesz also published the Tabularum Geographicarum Contractarum, edition with texy by Petrus Bertius, in 1600. After the death of Cornelis Claesz in 1609, Jodocus Hondius II became the new publisher of the work, composed by 7 parts in 1, with engraved title-page and 220 full-page engraved maps in text. All the maps were newly engraved and slightly larger in size, because Hondius was not able to acquire the original plates. With the new plates the work was definitely improved and enjoyed a growing demand of the public, which at that time had the choice between the Atlas Minor by Mercator and Bertius' Tabularum Geographicarum. The 219 plates, with the oval world map appearing twice, were produced to illustrate a new version of the geography of Bertius, published in 1616. According to King, their correct attribution is by Hondius, after Mercator and Hondius, taken from Bertius, who was only responsible for revising his text again. Copperplates, in very good conditio … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2017-06-06 10:19:58
Jodocus HONDIUS II
Amsterdam 1612 - Carta geografiaca tratta dal "Tabularum Geographicarum contractarum" di Petrus Bertius, edizione latina del 1616. L'opera contiene 219 carte che illustrano questa nuova versione della geografia del Bertius, per la prima volta pubblicata nel 1612 con le carte di Barent Langenes. Le carte derivano dal grande Mercator/Hondius atlas, delle quali molte rappresentano una semplice riduzione. Incisione in rame, carta leggermente brunita, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. A superior rival to the pocket Ortelius atlas appeared about 1598, under the imprint of Barent Langenes and Cornelis Claesz. Claesz also published the Tabularum Geographicarum Contractarum, edition with texy by Petrus Bertius, in 1600. After the death of Cornelis Claesz in 1609, Jodocus Hondius II became the new publisher of the work, composed by 7 parts in 1, with engraved title-page and 220 full-page engraved maps in text. All the maps were newly engraved and slightly larger in size, because Hondius was not able to acquire the original plates. With the new plates the work was definitely improved and enjoyed a growing demand of the public, which at that time had the choice between the Atlas Minor by Mercator and Bertius' Tabularum Geographicarum. The 219 plates, with the oval world map appearing twice, were produced to illustrate a new version of the geography of Bertius, published in 1616. According to King, their correct attribution is by Hondius, after Mercator and Hondius, taken from Bertius, who was only responsible for revising his text again. Copperplates, in very good conditio … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2017-06-06 10:19:58
Jodocus HONDIUS II
Amsterdam, 1612. Carta geografiaca tratta dal "Tabularum Geographicarum contractarum" di Petrus Bertius, edizione latina del 1616. L'opera contiene 219 carte che illustrano questa nuova versione della geografia del Bertius, per la prima volta pubblicata nel 1600 con le carte di Barent Langenes e Cornelis Claesz. Le carte derivano dal grande Mercator/Hondius atlas, delle quali molte rappresentano una semplice riduzione. Incisione in rame, carta leggermente brunita, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. A superior rival to the pocket Ortelius atlas appeared about 1598, under the imprint of Barent Langenes and Cornelis Claesz. Claesz also published the Tabularum Geographicarum Contractarum, edition with texy by Petrus Bertius, in 1600. After the death of Cornelis Claesz in 1609, Jodocus Hondius II became the new publisher of the work, composed by 7 parts in 1, with engraved title-page and 220 full-page engraved maps in text. All the maps were newly engraved and slightly larger in size, because Hondius was not able to acquire the original plates. With the new plates the work was definitely improved and enjoyed a growing demand of the public, which at that time had the choice between the Atlas Minor by Mercator and Bertius' Tabularum Geographicarum. The 219 plates, with the oval world map appearing twice, were produced to illustrate a new version of the geography of Bertius, published in 1616. According to King, their correct attribution is by Hondius, after Mercator and Hondius, taken from Bertius, who was only responsible for revising his text again. Copperplates, in … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2017-06-06 10:19:58
Jodocus HONDIUS II
Amsterdam, 1612. Carta geografiaca tratta dal "Tabularum Geographicarum contractarum" di Petrus Bertius, edizione latina del 1616. L'opera contiene 219 carte che illustrano questa nuova versione della geografia del Bertius, per la prima volta pubblicata nel 1612 con le carte di Barent Langenes. Le carte derivano dal grande Mercator/Hondius atlas, delle quali molte rappresentano una semplice riduzione. Incisione in rame, carta leggermente brunita, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. A superior rival to the pocket Ortelius atlas appeared about 1598, under the imprint of Barent Langenes and Cornelis Claesz. Claesz also published the Tabularum Geographicarum Contractarum, edition with texy by Petrus Bertius, in 1600. After the death of Cornelis Claesz in 1609, Jodocus Hondius II became the new publisher of the work, composed by 7 parts in 1, with engraved title-page and 220 full-page engraved maps in text. All the maps were newly engraved and slightly larger in size, because Hondius was not able to acquire the original plates. With the new plates the work was definitely improved and enjoyed a growing demand of the public, which at that time had the choice between the Atlas Minor by Mercator and Bertius' Tabularum Geographicarum. The 219 plates, with the oval world map appearing twice, were produced to illustrate a new version of the geography of Bertius, published in 1616. According to King, their correct attribution is by Hondius, after Mercator and Hondius, taken from Bertius, who was only responsible for revising his text again. Copperplates, in very good conditio … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2017-06-06 10:19:58
Jodocus HONDIUS II (1594 -1629)
Carta geografiaca tratta dal "Tabularum Geographicarum contractarum" di Petrus Bertius, edizione latina del 1616. L'opera contiene 219 carte che illustrano questa nuova versione della geografia del Bertius, per la prima volta pubblicata nel 1612 con le carte di Barent Langenes. Le carte derivano dal grande Mercator/Hondius atlas, delle quali molte rappresentano una semplice riduzione. Incisione in rame, carta leggermente brunita, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. A superior rival to the pocket Ortelius atlas appeared about 1598, under the imprint of Barent Langenes and Cornelis Claesz. Claesz also published the Tabularum Geographicarum Contractarum, edition with tex by Petrus Bertius, in 1600. After the death of Cornelis Claesz in 1609, Jodocus Hondius II became the new publisher of the work, composed by 7 parts in 1, with engraved title-page and 220 full-page engraved maps in text. All the maps were newly engraved and slightly larger in size, because Hondius was not able to acquire the original plates. With the new plates the work was definitely improved and enjoyed a growing demand of the public, which at that time had the choice between the Atlas Minor by Mercator and Bertius' Tabularum Geographicarum. The 219 plates, with the oval world map appearing twice, were produced to illustrate a new version of the geography of Bertius, published in 1616. According to King, their correct attribution is by Hondius, after Mercator and Hondius, taken from Bertius, who was only responsible for revising his text again. Copperplates, in very good conditions. Amsterdam Amst … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2017-06-06 10:19:58
Jodocus HONDIUS II (1594 -1629)
Carta geografiaca tratta dal "Tabularum Geographicarum contractarum" di Petrus Bertius, edizione latina del 1616. L'opera contiene 219 carte che illustrano questa nuova versione della geografia del Bertius, per la prima volta pubblicata nel 1612 con le carte di Barent Langenes. Le carte derivano dal grande Mercator/Hondius atlas, delle quali molte rappresentano una semplice riduzione. Incisione in rame, carta leggermente brunita, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. A superior rival to the pocket Ortelius atlas appeared about 1598, under the imprint of Barent Langenes and Cornelis Claesz. Claesz also published the Tabularum Geographicarum Contractarum, edition with texy by Petrus Bertius, in 1600. After the death of Cornelis Claesz in 1609, Jodocus Hondius II became the new publisher of the work, composed by 7 parts in 1, with engraved title-page and 220 full-page engraved maps in text. All the maps were newly engraved and slightly larger in size, because Hondius was not able to acquire the original plates. With the new plates the work was definitely improved and enjoyed a growing demand of the public, which at that time had the choice between the Atlas Minor by Mercator and Bertius' Tabularum Geographicarum. The 219 plates, with the oval world map appearing twice, were produced to illustrate a new version of the geography of Bertius, published in 1616. According to King, their correct attribution is by Hondius, after Mercator and Hondius, taken from Bertius, who was only responsible for revising his text again. Copperplates, in very good conditions. Amsterdam Ams … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2017-06-06 10:19:58
Jodocus HONDIUS II (1594 -1629)
1612. Carta geografiaca tratta dal "Tabularum Geographicarum contractarum" di Petrus Bertius, edizione latina del 1616. L'opera contiene 219 carte che illustrano questa nuova versione della geografia del Bertius, per la prima volta pubblicata nel 1600 con le carte di Barent Langenes e Cornelis Claesz. Le carte derivano dal grande Mercator/Hondius atlas, delle quali molte rappresentano una semplice riduzione. Incisione in rame, carta leggermente brunita, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. A superior rival to the pocket Ortelius atlas appeared about 1598, under the imprint of Barent Langenes and Cornelis Claesz. Claesz also published the Tabularum Geographicarum Contractarum, edition with texy by Petrus Bertius, in 1600. After the death of Cornelis Claesz in 1609, Jodocus Hondius II became the new publisher of the work, composed by 7 parts in 1, with engraved title-page and 220 full-page engraved maps in text. All the maps were newly engraved and slightly larger in size, because Hondius was not able to acquire the original plates. With the new plates the work was definitely improved and enjoyed a growing demand of the public, which at that time had the choice between the Atlas Minor by Mercator and Bertius' Tabularum Geographicarum. The 219 plates, with the oval world map appearing twice, were produced to illustrate a new version of the geography of Bertius, published in 1616. According to King, their correct attribution is by Hondius, after Mercator and Hondius, taken from Bertius, who was only responsible for revising his text again. Copperplates, in very good c … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2017-06-06 10:19:58
Jodocus HONDIUS II (1594 -1629)
Carta geografiaca tratta dal "Tabularum Geographicarum contractarum" di Petrus Bertius, edizione latina del 1616. L'opera contiene 219 carte che illustrano questa nuova versione della geografia del Bertius, per la prima volta pubblicata nel 1612 con le carte di Barent Langenes. Le carte derivano dal grande Mercator/Hondius atlas, delle quali molte rappresentano una semplice riduzione. Incisione in rame, carta leggermente brunita, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. A superior rival to the pocket Ortelius atlas appeared about 1598, under the imprint of Barent Langenes and Cornelis Claesz. Claesz also published the Tabularum Geographicarum Contractarum, edition with texy by Petrus Bertius, in 1600. After the death of Cornelis Claesz in 1609, Jodocus Hondius II became the new publisher of the work, composed by 7 parts in 1, with engraved title-page and 220 full-page engraved maps in text. All the maps were newly engraved and slightly larger in size, because Hondius was not able to acquire the original plates. With the new plates the work was definitely improved and enjoyed a growing demand of the public, which at that time had the choice between the Atlas Minor by Mercator and Bertius' Tabularum Geographicarum. The 219 plates, with the oval world map appearing twice, were produced to illustrate a new version of the geography of Bertius, published in 1616. According to King, their correct attribution is by Hondius, after Mercator and Hondius, taken from Bertius, who was only responsible for revising his text again. Copperplates, in very good conditions. Amsterdam Ams … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2017-06-06 10:19:58
Jodocus HONDIUS II (1594 -1629)
Carta geografiaca tratta dal "Tabularum Geographicarum contractarum" di Petrus Bertius, edizione latina del 1616. L'opera contiene 219 carte che illustrano questa nuova versione della geografia del Bertius, per la prima volta pubblicata nel 1612 con le carte di Barent Langenes. Le carte derivano dal grande Mercator/Hondius atlas, delle quali molte rappresentano una semplice riduzione. Incisione in rame, carta leggermente brunita, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. A superior rival to the pocket Ortelius atlas appeared about 1598, under the imprint of Barent Langenes and Cornelis Claesz. Claesz also published the Tabularum Geographicarum Contractarum, edition with texy by Petrus Bertius, in 1600. After the death of Cornelis Claesz in 1609, Jodocus Hondius II became the new publisher of the work, composed by 7 parts in 1, with engraved title-page and 220 full-page engraved maps in text. All the maps were newly engraved and slightly larger in size, because Hondius was not able to acquire the original plates. With the new plates the work was definitely improved and enjoyed a growing demand of the public, which at that time had the choice between the Atlas Minor by Mercator and Bertius' Tabularum Geographicarum. The 219 plates, with the oval world map appearing twice, were produced to illustrate a new version of the geography of Bertius, published in 1616. According to King, their correct attribution is by Hondius, after Mercator and Hondius, taken from Bertius, who was only responsible for revising his text again. Copperplates, in very good conditions. Amsterdam Ams … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2017-06-06 10:19:58
Jodocus HONDIUS II (1594 -1629)
Carta geografiaca tratta dal "Tabularum Geographicarum contractarum" di Petrus Bertius, edizione latina del 1616. L'opera contiene 219 carte che illustrano questa nuova versione della geografia del Bertius, per la prima volta pubblicata nel 1612 con le carte di Barent Langenes. Le carte derivano dal grande Mercator/Hondius atlas, delle quali molte rappresentano una semplice riduzione. Incisione in rame, carta leggermente brunita, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. A superior rival to the pocket Ortelius atlas appeared about 1598, under the imprint of Barent Langenes and Cornelis Claesz. Claesz also published the Tabularum Geographicarum Contractarum, edition with texy by Petrus Bertius, in 1600. After the death of Cornelis Claesz in 1609, Jodocus Hondius II became the new publisher of the work, composed by 7 parts in 1, with engraved title-page and 220 full-page engraved maps in text. All the maps were newly engraved and slightly larger in size, because Hondius was not able to acquire the original plates. With the new plates the work was definitely improved and enjoyed a growing demand of the public, which at that time had the choice between the Atlas Minor by Mercator and Bertius' Tabularum Geographicarum. The 219 plates, with the oval world map appearing twice, were produced to illustrate a new version of the geography of Bertius, published in 1616. According to King, their correct attribution is by Hondius, after Mercator and Hondius, taken from Bertius, who was only responsible for revising his text again. Copperplates, in very good conditions. Amsterdam Ams … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2017-06-06 10:19:58
Jodocus HONDIUS II
Amsterdam 1612 - Carta geografiaca tratta dal "Tabularum Geographicarum contractarum" di Petrus Bertius, edizione latina del 1616. L'opera contiene 219 carte che illustrano questa nuova versione della geografia del Bertius, per la prima volta pubblicata nel 1600 con le carte di Barent Langenes e Cornelis Claesz. Le carte derivano dal grande Mercator/Hondius atlas, delle quali molte rappresentano una semplice riduzione. Incisione in rame, carta leggermente brunita, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. A superior rival to the pocket Ortelius atlas appeared about 1598, under the imprint of Barent Langenes and Cornelis Claesz. Claesz also published the Tabularum Geographicarum Contractarum, edition with texy by Petrus Bertius, in 1600. After the death of Cornelis Claesz in 1609, Jodocus Hondius II became the new publisher of the work, composed by 7 parts in 1, with engraved title-page and 220 full-page engraved maps in text. All the maps were newly engraved and slightly larger in size, because Hondius was not able to acquire the original plates. With the new plates the work was definitely improved and enjoyed a growing demand of the public, which at that time had the choice between the Atlas Minor by Mercator and Bertius' Tabularum Geographicarum. The 219 plates, with the oval world map appearing twice, were produced to illustrate a new version of the geography of Bertius, published in 1616. According to King, their correct attribution is by Hondius, after Mercator and Hondius, taken from Bertius, who was only responsible for revising his text again. Copperplates, in … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2017-06-05 16:09:29
MATHIEU P.]
Jouxte la coppie imprimee, chez la Veuve Guillemot & S. Thiboust, Paris, 1612. Petit in-8, (8) 458 pp. Reliure en basane brune d'époque, dos à nerfs orné. (dos et mors restaurés, petit manque de cuir au plat inférieur, deux coins frottés, petites galeries de ver en marge sur la plupart des feuillets avec perte de quelques lettres sur une trentaine de pages, pâles rousseurs éparses, petite cerne claire à quelques feuillets, erreur de numérotation à deux pages). Vignette de titre. Ex-libris ancien manuscrit. Cachet d'appartenance sur le titre. BRUNET III, 1532. Rare. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Aparté [PEZENAS, France]
2017-06-05 13:33:26
PARIS: HISTORISCHE EREIGNISSE:
- Kupferstich v. J.(an) Ziarnko, 1612, 25,5 x 31,7 Nicht bei Fauser und Drugulin. Nachweis in der Bibliothek National in Paris. Wohl Einblattdruck. Jan Ziarnko ( 1675-1626) gilt als einer der wichtigsten polnischen Kupferstecher. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck
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2017-06-03 15:06:41
Becanus, Martinus:
Mainz, Johann Albin, 1612 und 1614. Quarto (24,5 x 19 cm). [4] Bl., 434 S., [7] Bl. + [4] Bl., 494 S., [3] Bl. Mit einem ganzseitigen Holzschnitt auf der zweiten Titelrückseite. Pergamentband der Zeit (gebräunt und grifffleckig). *VD17 824:713841R und VD17 3:317317Y. Seltene erste Ausgabe, erst 1620 bis 1628 erschienen im Rahmen einer zweiten Auflage noch die Folgebände 2/2 und 3. - De Backer-Sommervogel I, 1107, 49. - \"B. galt als einer der bedeutendsten und fruchtbarsten Theologen seiner Zeit. Wegen seiner zahlreichen Kontroversschriften gegen Lutheraner, Calvinisten und Anglikaner betrachteten ihn diese Kreise als ihren Hauptgegner\" (NDB I, 686). - Erstes Titelblatt mit altem Stempel, durchgehend mit mäßiger Altersbräunung, gleegentlich mit leichteren Braun- oder Tintenflecken. Versand D: 5,00 EUR
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2017-06-02 06:37:44
WAUMANS) Waumans, Coenrad (Flemish, 1619-after 1675), after Cornelis van
No date. 17th century.. Engraving on cream laid paper with watermark, 6 3/4 x 4 9/16 inches (16.2 x 11.5 cm). Generally good condition, trimmed to plate mark. Verso, hinge adhesive upper left and upper right corners. Inscribed in the plate, lower left, "Cor Poulenbourgh delin.", lower center, "Coen Waumans Sculp.", lower right, "Io Meyssesns exc." Inscribed with a biographical statement about Poelenburg in the margin, " Natif d'Utrecht . . . retire a Utrecht." After a self-portrait by artist Cornelis van Poelenburg, one of the most important artists of the first generation of Dutch Italianate painters. Engraved by Waumans as part of a series of portraits published by Joannes Meyssens (Flemish, 1612-1670) in Antwerp. This print is in the collection of the Achenbach, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. Hollstein vol. LI, 33, state i/ii. .
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2017-06-02 06:37:44
WAUMANS) Waumans, Coenrad (Flemish, 1619-after 1675), after Cornelis van
No date. 17th century. - Engraving on cream laid paper with watermark, 6 3/4 x 4 9/16 inches (16.2 x 11.5 cm). Generally good condition, trimmed to plate mark. Verso, hinge adhesive upper left and upper right corners. Inscribed in the plate, lower left, "Cor Poulenbourgh delin.", lower center, "Coen Waumans Sculp.", lower right, "Io Meyssesns exc." Inscribed with a biographical statement about Poelenburg in the margin, " Natif d'Utrecht . . . retire a Utrecht." After a self-portrait by artist Cornelis van Poelenburg, one of the most important artists of the first generation of Dutch Italianate painters. Engraved by Waumans as part of a series of portraits published by Joannes Meyssens (Flemish, 1612-1670) in Antwerp. This print is in the collection of the Achenbach, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. Hollstein vol. LI, 33, state i/ii. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: old imprints ABAA/ILAB
2017-05-31 14:00:52
TASSO TORQUATO.
Deuchino,, Venetia, 1612. Cinque parti in un volume di cm. 13, pp. (24) 462 (2); (4) 228; (4) 204; 154 (2); (4) 300. Bel frontespizio figurato a precedere la serie delle cinque opere che possiede un singolo frontespizio per ciascuna sua parte. Leg. coeva in pergamena floscia con titoli ms. al dorso. Esemplare fresco e genuino, in ottimo stato di conservazione.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
2017-05-31 10:48:57
Jodocus HONDIUS II
Amsterdam 1612 - Carta geografica tratta dal "Tabularum Geographicarum contractarum" di Petrus Bertius, edizione latina del 1616. L'opera contiene 219 carte che illustrano questa nuova versione della geografia del Bertius, per la prima volta pubblicata nel 1612 con le carte di Barent Langenes. Le carte derivano dal grande Mercator/Hondius atlas, delle quali molte rappresentano una semplice riduzione. Incisione in rame, carta leggermente brunita, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. Charming miniature world map on an oval projection, based on Ortelius. The large, mythical continent of Terra Australis fills the southern portion of the map, incorporating New Guinea. There are just a few place names noted in the map, including Anian, Tolm, Norumbega, Virginia and Florida. The map is similar to the one Bertius supplied for Barent Langenes' Caert-Thresoor except this plate does not contain the signature of Jodocus Hondius as the engraver. Strapwork designs fill the corners with the title above and the quote from Psalms, "Domini Est Terra Et Plenitudo Eius" (the earth is the Lord's and the fullness thereof) at bottom. Latin text on verso. Copperplate, in very good conditions. Shirley #290; King (2nd ed.) pp. 96-99; Van der Krogt (Vol. III) #0001:342A. Dimensioni 135 100mm
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2017-05-28 14:25:41
Megiser, Hieronymus.
Leipzig [and Breslau, Kirstenius] sumptibus authoris. 8vo. 4 parts in one volume. (8), (30 [instead of 28!] incl. final blank, with extra dedication to Hector von Ernau), (52 incl. final blank), (24 incl. final blank), (58) ff., interleaved and with generous stretches of blanks between individual parts; annotated and foliated 1-421 throughout by the annotator. Title page printed in red and black. Megiser's full-page coat of arms at the end of the Turkish-Latin dictionary. Contemporary vellum binding using a 15th century Biblical manuscript leaf (Daniel 13, "Susannah and the Elders"), with handwritten title to spine. Two Arabic inscriptions to upper cover (one reading "Law kana Allah ma'na, man yakunu 'alaina" - translated from Romans 8:31, "If God be with us, who can be against us?"). First edition of "the first full-fledged Turkish grammar to be published in Europe" (Smitskamp), "a landmark in Turkish studies" (Navari), one of the most important works produced by the versatile scholar Megiser (1554-1619) from Stuttgart. This copy contains not only the rare additional printed dedication to the Carinthian nobleman Hector von Ernau, but also the extensive handwritten notes of the contemporary Arabist Johann Melchior Mader. In fact, this unique volume constitutes the fullest document extant about an only vaguely known and unresearched triangle of early 17th century enthusiasts of Arabic: Megiser, Ernau, and Mader, only the first of whom achieved fame. - The most obvious asset of the present copy lies in Mader's generous scholarly annotations both in the text as well as on the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-05-28 14:25:41
Megiser, Hieronymus.
(Leipzig [and Breslau, Kirstenius] sumptibus authoris), 1612. 8vo. 4 parts in one volume. (8), (30 [instead of 28!] incl. final blank, with extra dedication to Hector von Ernau), (52 incl. final blank), (24 incl. final blank), (58) ff., interleaved and with generous stretches of blanks between individual parts; annotated and foliated 1-421 throughout by the annotator. Title page printed in red and black. Megiser's full-page coat of arms at the end of the Turkish-Latin dictionary. Contemporary vellum binding using a 15th century Biblical manuscript leaf (Daniel 13, "Susannah and the Elders"), with handwritten title to spine. Two Arabic inscriptions to upper cover (one reading "Law kana Allah ma'na, man yakunu 'alaina" - translated from Romans 8:31, "If God be with us, who can be against us?"). First edition of "the first full-fledged Turkish grammar to be published in Europe" (Smitskamp), "a landmark in Turkish studies" (Navari), one of the most important works produced by the versatile scholar Megiser (1554-1619) from Stuttgart. This copy contains not only the rare additional printed dedication to the Carinthian nobleman Hector von Ernau, but also the extensive handwritten notes of the contemporary Arabist Johann Melchior Mader. In fact, this unique volume constitutes the fullest document extant about an only vaguely known and unresearched triangle of early 17th century enthusiasts of Arabic: Megiser, Ernau, and Mader, only the first of whom achieved fame. - The most obvious asset of the present copy lies in Mader's generous scholarly annotations both in the text as well as … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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2017-05-28 14:25:41
Megiser, Hieronymus.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-05-28 14:25:41
Megiser, Hieronymus.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-05-28 14:25:41
Megiser, Hieronymus.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-05-28 14:25:41
Megiser, Hieronymus.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-05-28 14:25:41
Megiser, Hieronymus.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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2017-05-27 18:24:32
Sutor, Jakob.
8. Mit 89 Illustrationen. 5 Bll., 104 S., 1 Bl., Ppbd. d. Zt. m. goldgepr. Rückenschild. Nach der 1612 in Frankfurt am Main erschienenen Ausgabe bearbeitet auf starkem Papier gedruckt. - Einband tlw. min. berieben. Exlibris a. Innendeckel. Kl. alter Besitzvermerk am Vorsatzblatt. Etw. gebräunt u. stockfleckig. -
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes
2017-05-26 22:54:31
Becanus, Martinus
Mainz, Johann Albin, 1612. Artikeldetails Theologiae Scholasticae Pars Prima und Pars secunda, tomus prior. 2 Teile in einem Band Becanus, Martinus: Mainz, Johann Albin, 1612 und 1614. Quarto (24,5 x 19 cm). [4] Bl., 434 S., [7] Bl. + [4] Bl., 494 S., [3] Bl. Mit einem ganzseitigen Holzschnitt auf der zweiten Titelrückseite. Pergamentband der Zeit (gebräunt und grifffleckig). Sprache: Lateinisch Bestell-Nr: 119079 Bemerkungen: *VD17 824:713841R und VD17 3:317317Y. Seltene erste Ausgabe, erst 1620 bis 1628 erschienen im Rahmen einer zweiten Auflage noch die Folgebände 2/2 und 3. - De Backer-Sommervogel I, 1107, 49. - "B. galt als einer der bedeutendsten und fruchtbarsten Theologen seiner Zeit. Wegen seiner zahlreichen Kontroversschriften gegen Lutheraner, Calvinisten und Anglikaner betrachteten ihn diese Kreise als ihren Hauptgegner" (NDB I, 686). - Erstes Titelblatt mit altem Stempel, durchgehend mit mäßiger Altersbräunung, gleegentlich mit leichteren Braun- oder Tintenflecken.EUR 194,00 (inkl. 7,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Aufgenommen mit whBOOK Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2019-06-22).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun (bbraun_de) [Gengenbach, DE]
2017-05-25 22:28:26
Giacomo LAURO
Roma, 1612. Carta inserita nel Antiqua Urbis Splendor del Lauro. Incisione in rame, in ottimo sttao di conservazione. 235 180mm
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2017-05-25 22:28:26
Giacomo LAURO (1561-1645/50)
1612. Pianta della città tratta dal " Antiquae Urbis Splendor". Incisione in rame, in ottime condizioni. Map taken from the Antiquae Urbis Splendor by Lauro. Copperplate in very good condition. Roma Rome 245 180
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2017-05-25 22:28:26
Giacomo LAURO
Roma, 1612. Pianta della città tratta dal " Antiquae Urbis Splendor". Incisione in rame, in ottime condizioni. Map taken from the Antiquae Urbis Splendor by Lauro. Copperplate in very good condition. Dimensioni 245 180mm
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2017-05-25 10:16:59
Speed, John
London: Sudbury & Humble, 1612. Insets of the Plan of Radnor, Wales with a coat of arms, compass rose/scale of miles and title in decorative cartouche. From the atlas "The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". Skelton, R. A. (County) 7. Restoration in margins otherwise very good. Copper engraving with original color re-touched. 20 x 15" plus ample margins.
Bookseller: Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints [U.S.A.]
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2017-05-23 14:37:12
Ortelius, A.
Abraham Ortelius 1592 ( - 1612). 34x49cm. Full contemporary colour. Excellent condition. van den Broecke 16.
Bookseller: Garwood & Voigt [Sevenoaks, United Kingdom]
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2017-05-23 11:50:46
WACHTENDONK:
Kupferstich b. Johan Orlers in Leiden, 1612, 22,5 x 31 (Wachtendonk - Eine altgeldrische Stadt, Abb. 11)
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
2017-05-23 07:45:02
Custos Dominicus, 1560-1612
Custos Dominicus, 1560-1612. Ruprecht I von der Pfalz, Custos/Schrenck von Notzing PFALZ, Ruprecht I. von der - Dominicus Custos nach / after Giovanni Battista Fontana, aus / from: Jacob Schrenck von Notzing, Der aller Durchleuchtigisten und Grossmächtigen Kayser, Durchleuchtigisten unnd Großmächtigen Königen Dominicus Custos nach / after Giovanni Battista Fontana, aus / from: Jacob Schrenck von Notzing, Der aller Durchleuchtigisten und Grossmächtigen Kayser, Durchleuchtigisten unnd Großmächtigen Königen PFALZ, Ruprecht I. von der Ruprecht I., der Rote, von der Pfalz (1309 - 1390) war Pfalzgraf und Kurfürst von der Pfalz (1329-1390) und Gründer der Universität Heidelberg. --Für weitere Infos bitte unteren link anklicken---- Blattgröße: ca. 46 x 32 cm. aus: Jacob Schrenck von Notzing "Der aller Durchleuchtigisten und Grossmächtigen Kayser.", 1603 - an den Rändern leicht gebräunt, an unteren Rand wenig stockfleckig, mit leichten Randläsuren - Custos, Dominikus. Schrenck von Notzing, - Der Allerdurchleuchtigsten und Großmächtigsten Kayser, Durchleuchtigsten und Großmächtigsten Königen und Ertzherzogen, Fürsten und Grafen. Augsburg. Baur.1603. Erste Ausgabe des sog. Heldenbuches. Die prachtvolle und berühmte Kupferstichfolge über die Ambraser Rüstkammer ( Sammlung Erzherzog Ferdinand II ) wurde von Ferdinand II. von Tirol in Auftrag gegeben und durch seinen Sekretär und Rat Jacob Schrenck von Notzing herausgegeben. Sie zeigt die bedeutensden Fürsten und Feldherren zumeist in voller Rüstung und jeweils in reich ausgeschmückter, architektonischer Umrahmung. [Attributes: First Edi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat [Hammelburg, Germany]
2017-05-23 07:45:02
Custos Dominicus, 1560-1612
Custos Dominicus, 1560-1612 - Philipp, Landgraf von Hessen, anno 1603, Custos, Schrenck von Notzing "Philipp Landgraf von Hessen" Kupferstich von (Custos nach Fontana) Blattgröße: ca. 46,5 x 32 cm Ansicht: ca. 42 x 28,5 cm - leicht gebräunt, stockfleckig, untere Ecke fehlt, wasserrandig, Rückseite mit Text - Kupferstich von (Dominicus Custos) nach (Giovanni Battista Fontana), Insbruck 1603 aus dem Werk "Augustissimorum imperatorum serenissimorum regum atque archiducum illustrissimorum principum nec non comitum, baronum, nobilium aliorumque clarissimorum virorum" von Jakob Schrenck von Notzing, Insbruck 1603 aus: Jacob Schrenck von Notzing "Der aller Durchleuchtigisten und Grossmächtigen Kayser.", 1603 Custos, Dominikus. Schrenck von Notzing, - Der Allerdurchleuchtigsten und Großmächtigsten Kayser, Durchleuchtigsten und Großmächtigsten Königen und Ertzherzogen, Fürsten und Grafen. Erste Ausgabe des sog. Heldenbuches. Die prachtvolle und berühmte Kupferstichfolge über die Ambraser Rüstkammer ( Sammlung Erzherzog Ferdinand II ) wurde von Ferdinand II. von Tirol in Auftrag gegeben und durch seinen Sekretär und Rat Jacob Schrenck von Notzing herausgegeben. Sie zeigt die bedeutensden Fürsten und Feldherren zumeist in voller Rüstung und jeweils in reich ausgeschmückter, architektonischer Umrahmung. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat
2017-05-23 07:45:02
Custos Dominicus, 1560-1612
Custos Dominicus, 1560-1612. Wilhelm von Roggendorf, anno 1603 "Wilhelm Freiherr von Rogendorff" Kupferstich von (Custos nach Fontana) Blattgröße: ca. 46,5 x 32 cm Ansicht: ca. 42 x 28,5 cm - leicht gebräunt, etwas fleckig, Randeinrisse, wasserrandig, Rückseite mit Text - Kupferstich von (Dominicus Custos) nach (Giovanni Battista Fontana), Insbruck 1603 aus dem Werk "Augustissimorum imperatorum serenissimorum regum atque archiducum illustrissimorum principum nec non comitum, baronum, nobilium aliorumque clarissimorum virorum" von Jakob Schrenck von Notzing, Insbruck 1603 aus: Jacob Schrenck von Notzing "Der aller Durchleuchtigisten und Grossmächtigen Kayser.", 1603 Custos, Dominikus. Schrenck von Notzing, - Der Allerdurchleuchtigsten und Großmächtigsten Kayser, Durchleuchtigsten und Großmächtigsten Königen und Ertzherzogen, Fürsten und Grafen. Erste Ausgabe des sog. Heldenbuches. Die prachtvolle und berühmte Kupferstichfolge über die Ambraser Rüstkammer ( Sammlung Erzherzog Ferdinand II ) wurde von Ferdinand II. von Tirol in Auftrag gegeben und durch seinen Sekretär und Rat Jacob Schrenck von Notzing herausgegeben. Sie zeigt die bedeutensden Fürsten und Feldherren zumeist in voller Rüstung und jeweils in reich ausgeschmückter, architektonischer Umrahmung. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat [Hammelburg, Germany]
2017-05-23 07:45:02
Custos Dominicus, 1560-1612
Custos Dominicus, 1560-1612. Pfalz-Neuburg, Phiipp Pfalzgraf, anno 1603, Custos, Schrenck von Notzing "Philipp Pfalzgraf und Herzog von Pfalz-Neuburg " Kupferstich von (Custos nach Fontana) Blattgröße: ca. 46,5 x 32 cm Ansicht: ca. 42 x 28,5 cm - leicht gebräunt, stockfleckig, Rückseite mit Text - Kupferstich von (Dominicus Custos) nach (Giovanni Battista Fontana), Insbruck 1603 aus dem Werk "Augustissimorum imperatorum serenissimorum regum atque archiducum illustrissimorum principum nec non comitum, baronum, nobilium aliorumque clarissimorum virorum" von Jakob Schrenck von Notzing, Insbruck 1603 Custos, Dominikus. Schrenck von Notzing, - Der Allerdurchleuchtigsten und Großmächtigsten Kayser, Durchleuchtigsten und Großmächtigsten Königen und Ertzherzogen, Fürsten und Grafen. Erste Ausgabe des sog. Heldenbuches. Die prachtvolle und berühmte Kupferstichfolge über die Ambraser Rüstkammer ( Sammlung Erzherzog Ferdinand II ) wurde von Ferdinand II. von Tirol in Auftrag gegeben und durch seinen Sekretär und Rat Jacob Schrenck von Notzing herausgegeben. Sie zeigt die bedeutensden Fürsten und Feldherren zumeist in voller Rüstung und jeweils in reich ausgeschmückter, architektonischer Umrahmung. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat [Hammelburg, Germany]
2017-05-23 07:45:02
Custos Dominicus, 1560-1612
Custos Dominicus, 1560-1612. Friedrich von Fürstenberg, anno 1603, Custos/Schrenck von Notzing "Friedrich von Fürstenberg" Kupferstich von (Custos nach Fontana) Blattgröße: ca. 46,5 x 32 cm Ansicht: ca. 42 x 28,5 cm - leicht gebräunt, etwas fleckig, wasserrandig, Rückseite mit Text - Kupferstich von (Dominicus Custos) nach (Giovanni Battista Fontana), Insbruck 1603 aus dem Werk "Augustissimorum imperatorum serenissimorum regum atque archiducum illustrissimorum principum nec non comitum, baronum, nobilium aliorumque clarissimorum virorum" von Jakob Schrenck von Notzing, Insbruck 1603 aus: Jacob Schrenck von Notzing "Der aller Durchleuchtigisten und Grossmächtigen Kayser.", 1603 Custos, Dominikus. Schrenck von Notzing, - Der Allerdurchleuchtigsten und Großmächtigsten Kayser, Durchleuchtigsten und Großmächtigsten Königen und Ertzherzogen, Fürsten und Grafen. Erste Ausgabe des sog. Heldenbuches. Die prachtvolle und berühmte Kupferstichfolge über die Ambraser Rüstkammer ( Sammlung Erzherzog Ferdinand II ) wurde von Ferdinand II. von Tirol in Auftrag gegeben und durch seinen Sekretär und Rat Jacob Schrenck von Notzing herausgegeben. Sie zeigt die bedeutensden Fürsten und Feldherren zumeist in voller Rüstung und jeweils in reich ausgeschmückter, architektonischer Umrahmung. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat [Hammelburg, Germany]
2017-05-23 07:45:02
Custos Dominicus, 1560-1612
Custos Dominicus, 1560-1612. Bartolomeo Colleoni, anno 1603, Custos/Schrenck von Notzing "Bartholomaeus Coleo" Kupferstich von (Custos nach Fontana) Blattgröße: ca. 46,5 x 32 cm Ansicht: ca. 42 x 28,5 cm - leicht gebräunt, etwas fleckig, mit einem Loch, wasserrandig, Rückseite mit Text - Kupferstich von (Dominicus Custos) nach (Giovanni Battista Fontana), Insbruck 1603 aus dem Werk "Augustissimorum imperatorum serenissimorum regum atque archiducum illustrissimorum principum nec non comitum, baronum, nobilium aliorumque clarissimorum virorum" von Jakob Schrenck von Notzing, Insbruck 1603 aus: Jacob Schrenck von Notzing "Der aller Durchleuchtigisten und Grossmächtigen Kayser.", 1603 Custos, Dominikus. Schrenck von Notzing, - Der Allerdurchleuchtigsten und Großmächtigsten Kayser, Durchleuchtigsten und Großmächtigsten Königen und Ertzherzogen, Fürsten und Grafen. Erste Ausgabe des sog. Heldenbuches. Die prachtvolle und berühmte Kupferstichfolge über die Ambraser Rüstkammer ( Sammlung Erzherzog Ferdinand II ) wurde von Ferdinand II. von Tirol in Auftrag gegeben und durch seinen Sekretär und Rat Jacob Schrenck von Notzing herausgegeben. Sie zeigt die bedeutensden Fürsten und Feldherren zumeist in voller Rüstung und jeweils in reich ausgeschmückter, architektonischer Umrahmung. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat [Hammelburg, Germany]
2017-05-23 07:45:02
Custos Dominicus, 1560-1612
Custos Dominicus, 1560-1612. Karl II von Lothringen, anno 1603, Custos/Schrenck von Notzing "Karl II. Von Lothringen" Kupferstich von (Custos nach Fontana) Blattgröße: ca. 46,5 x 32 cm Ansicht: ca. 42 x 28,5 cm - leicht gebräunt, fleckig, wasserrandig, Rückseite mit Text - Kupferstich von (Dominicus Custos) nach (Giovanni Battista Fontana), Insbruck 1603 aus dem Werk "Augustissimorum imperatorum serenissimorum regum atque archiducum illustrissimorum principum nec non comitum, baronum, nobilium aliorumque clarissimorum virorum" von Jakob Schrenck von Notzing, Insbruck 1603 aus: Jacob Schrenck von Notzing "Der aller Durchleuchtigisten und Grossmächtigen Kayser.", 1603 Custos, Dominikus. Schrenck von Notzing, - Der Allerdurchleuchtigsten und Großmächtigsten Kayser, Durchleuchtigsten und Großmächtigsten Königen und Ertzherzogen, Fürsten und Grafen. Erste Ausgabe des sog. Heldenbuches. Die prachtvolle und berühmte Kupferstichfolge über die Ambraser Rüstkammer ( Sammlung Erzherzog Ferdinand II ) wurde von Ferdinand II. von Tirol in Auftrag gegeben und durch seinen Sekretär und Rat Jacob Schrenck von Notzing herausgegeben. Sie zeigt die bedeutensden Fürsten und Feldherren zumeist in voller Rüstung und jeweils in reich ausgeschmückter, architektonischer Umrahmung. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat [Hammelburg, Germany]
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