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        [Double-flowered wood anemone] Ranunculus nemorosus flore pleno; [Yellow wood anemone] Ranunculus flore luteo; [Double-flowered bitter cress] Nasturium aquaticum flore pleno; [Bitter cress] Nasturtium aquaticum simplici flore

      Eichstatt, 1613. Hand-coloured engraving. Basil Besler published "Hortus Eystettensis", the earliest large folio botanical, at Eichstatt near Nuremburg, in 1613. He worked on the drawings for the 374 copper engravings over a period of sixteen years using the plants in the garden of Bishop Johann Conrad von Gemmingen, his patron. Depicted in this florilegium were flowers, herbs, vegetables and newly discovered plants such as tobacco and peppers. Besler was, in modern terms, a botanist and horticulturalist, and he was familiar with real and alleged medicinal properties of various plants. Besler had the good fortune to live at a time when exotic plants were being shipped to Europe from all over the world. The garden that he organized and illustrated for his patron was both ornamental and experimental, and the large book he had engraved after his drawings was unique. The prints, made by a team of master engravers, are strong and exquisitely done.

      [Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books]
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        Papaver multiplex albumoris rubicundis - Papaver flore miniato plens - Papaver flore plens argentei coloris. (Gefüllter Mohn). Kolorierter Orig. Kupferstich von Wolfgang Kilian aus der Prachtausgabe des Hortus Eystettensis. Nürnberg 1613.

       Blatt 56 x 44 cm, Platte 48 x 39 cm. Eines der schönsten Blätter aus dem ältesten in Imperial-Folio erschienenen Pflanzen-Prachtwerk mit dem wissenschaftlichen Text auf der Rückseite. Nissen 158. Versand D: 9,00 EUR Mohn Papaver Besler Hortus Eystettensis Kilian

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        Lichnis sylvestris flore pleno rubro

      published in Hortus Eystettensis, Altdorf & Nürnberg 1613 - Original copper engraving in fine hand coloring. In excellent condition.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Berg eK]
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        [Bugle] Consolida media; [Spring vetchling] Orbus Pannonicus; [Red campion] Lychanis Sylvestris

      Eichstatt, 1613. Hand-coloured engraving. Two early marginal repairs, otherwise, very good condition. Basil Besler published "Hortus Eystettensis", the earliest large folio botanical, at Eichstatt near Nuremburg, in 1613. He worked on the drawings for the 374 copper engravings over a period of sixteen years using the plants in the garden of Bishop Johann Conrad von Gemmingen, his patron. Depicted in this florilegium were flowers, herbs, vegetables and newly discovered plants such as tobacco and peppers. Besler was, in modern terms, a botanist and horticulturalist, and he was familiar with real and alleged medicinal properties of various plants. Besler had the good fortune to live at a time when exotic plants were being shipped to Europe from all over the world. The garden that he organized and illustrated for his patron was both ornamental and experimental, and the large book he had engraved after his drawings was unique. The prints, made by a team of master engravers, are strong and exquisitely done.

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        I. Consolida regalis simplici flore Rubro. II. Consolida regalis flore pleno albo. III. Consolida regalis flore pleno Rub. [Gerahmter Original-Kupferstich / framed original colored copper engraving].

      Eichstätt, 1613 - Eichstätt, 1613. Basilius Besler, geboren am 13. Februar 1561 in Nürnberg, gestorben 13. März 1629 ebenda, deutscher Apotheker, Botaniker und Verleger. Altkolorierter Original-Kupferstich von Basilius Besler aus dem Hortus Eystettensis von 1613. Rückseitiger Text in Latein. Abgebildet sind der "Blaue wilde Acker- oder Feld-Rittersporn", der "Leibfarbe volle Rittersporn" und der " Volle Violfarbene Rittersporn". Kupferstich gerahmt im Holzrahmen mit rückseitigem Sichtfenster. Maße Platte: 48,5 x 39,5 cm. Blattgröße: ca. 54 x 43 cm. Rahmen: 69,0 x 59,5 cm. Sehr gutes, farbenprächtiges Exemplar. Colored original-copper engraving by Basilius Besler from about 1613. Backside latin text. Copper engraving framed in wooden frame, backside with viewing window. Measure plate: 48,5 x 39,5 cm. Measure sheet: ca. 54 x 43 cm. Measure frame: 69,0 x 59,5 cm. Fine condition. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Flos Solisprolifer. (Die vielblütige Sonnenblume). Handkolorierter Kupferstich auf Büttenpapier. Folio. Aus: Hortus Eystettensis, sive diligens et accurata omnium plantarum, florum, stirpium, ex variis orbis terrae partibus . (Aus der 5. Ordnung des Sommers,Tafel 205 ).

      (Eichstätt u. Nürnberg) 1613 - (Eichstätt u. Nürnberg), 1613. 51,7x43 cm. Nissen BBI 158. - Pritzel 745. - Hunt 420 (Aufl. von 1713). - Blunt S. 95-97. - Sotheby s Auktion De Belder Nr.23-25. - Ein Juwel der botanischen Literatur und das wertvollste botanische Werk aller Zeiten. - Die Sonnenblumen sind die gesuchtesten und teuersten Blätter des Hortus. - Sehr schön erhaltenes Blatt in gutem Kolorit.

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        The Holy Bible, containing the Old Testament, and the New.

      London: Robert Barker 4to. [512] ff. (two leaves supplied from another copy).. 1613 [colophon, 1614] [with] Herrey, Robert F. Two right profitable and fruitfull concordances, or large and ample tables alphabeticall. London: Robert Barker, 1613. 4to. [82] ff. [also with] Church of England. Book of Common Prayer. 1613. The booke of common prayer, with the psalter or psalmes of David. London: Robert Barker, 1613. 4to. [3 of 4], [40] ff. (title-leaf in facsimile). [also with] Speed, John. The genealogies recorded in the Sacred Scriptures according to every family and tribe. With the line of Our Savior Jesus Christ observed from Adam to the Blessed Virgin Mary. [London: J. Beale, 1613?]. 4to. [1] f., 34 pp., [2] ff. [also with] Bible. O.T. Psalms. 1615. Sternhold & Hopkins. The whole booke of Psalmes. London: Printed for the Company of Stationers, 1615. 4to. [5] ff., [86 of 90] pp., [5 of 6] ff. (lacks pp. 85–88, and last leaf [i.e., G8]). The first black-letter quarto edition of the King James version, giving "bring foorth" for Genesis 1:11 and "she went" for Ruth 3:15. Herbert notes that "This and many subsequent issues were produced in close imitation of those black-letter quarto editions of the Geneva Bible which had proved so popular." The => marvelous woodcut title-page border depicts the Twelve Tribes of Israel in panels on the left, balanced by panels depicting the Twelve Apostles on the right, with rondelles of the Four Evangelists. This copy of the Bible has the 1613 date on the main title-page and 1614 on the title-page of the N.T. and in the colophon. It is bound with Speed's genealogies, a Book of Common Prayer, and Herrey's concordances. Provenance: 18th-century ownership signature on Bible title-pages of John Newport; in the 20th century in the Howell Bible Collection, Pacific School of Religion (now properly released). 18th-century full calf with modest gilt double-rule border at cover edges and defining spine compartments; rubbed at corners with spine leather chipped at top. Howell Collection bookplate. BCP with title-leaf supplied in facsimile and a bit tattered with some margins closely cropped; Speed complete with double-page map; Herrey with some foremargins closely cropped touching or costing portions of letters, similarly several small holes (and one a bit larger, in "Preface," repaired) costing bits of type; Sternhold and Hopkins lacking three leaves of text. Bible complete: Two leaves in Exodus having been sometime supplied from another copy and some sidenotes closely shaved sometimes costing (only) a letter or two; some stray ink or other stains and one small hole in one leaf with small loss of text; a child's scribbling in some margins. For the volume as a whole, some scattered waterstaining, spotting, and possible candle-wax stains. => In all a very good copy of an important and sought after edition of the King James Bible.

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        Antiquitatum Romanarum syntagma absolutissimum concinnatum. Primo a Joanne Rosino Isenacensi Thuringo; auctum deinde et exornatum à Thoma Dempstero a Muresk, I. C. Scoto, qui ex criticis, et innumeris utriusque linguae auctoribus, poëtis, oratoribus, historicis, iurisconsultis, paralipomena collegit, quibus infinita supplentur, mutantur, adduntur cum indicibus locupletissimis.

       Coloniae Allobrogum [Genf], Excudebat Gabriel Cartier 1613. Editio nova. 2 Tle. in 1 Bd. kl.-4°. 16 Bll., 600 S., 40 Bll. (Index). Mit wdh. Titelvign., 2 mehrf. gefalt. Taf. (Plan v. Rom. u. 1 röm. Kastell), u. zahlr. tlw. ganzseit. Holzschn. Flex. Pgmt. d. Zt. m. Blindpräg. Fehlstellen am Tit. u. Schlußbl. alt restaur.vgl. Brunet IV, 1398; Graesse II, 361 - Beigebunden: [2. Teil] Antiquitatum romanarum auctarium, seu supplementum syntagmatis antiq. Rom. a Joanne Rosino delineati, auctore Thoma Dempstero. 16 Bll., 438 S., 22 Bll. (Index). - Erweiterte Ausgabe des berühmte Werkes über römische Altertümer. Thomas Dempster (1579-1625), war ein schottischer Altphilologe, Historiker und Dichter, der insbesondere die Etruskologie durch seine Arbeiten beförderte. Johannes Rosinus (Johann Roszfeld) 1550-1626, war der deutsche Autor des berühmten Werkes über römische Altertümer: `Antiquitatum romanarum ...` Versand D: 4,00 EUR Altertumswissenschaft, Kulturgeschichte, Altphilologie

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        Amantius, Bartholomäus - Tortius, Franciscus. Novissima Polyanthea, In Libros XX. Dispertita. Opus praeclarum, suauißimis floribus celebriorum sententiarum, com Graecarum, tum Latinarum refertum ... Nunc vero a mendis repurgatum, titulis plurimis auctum, Etymologiarum, Definitionum, Dictorum memorabilium ... collectum ... studio & opera. Josephi Langii (etc.).

      Frankfurt/M., L. Zetzner 1613 (zusätzl. aufgedr. v. Engelshofen 1527). Fol. Titelbl., 3 nn. Bll., 1439 (=1433) S. (Sspr. 1140-47 ohne Textverl., d. Ss. 1387-1398 u. 1399-1410 gegens. vert.), Titelbl. in rot u. schw., mit je e. Druckerm. in Holzschnitt am Titel- u. (in Variation) am Schlußbl. verso, sowie mit Kopfl., Init. u. Schlußst. Grüngef. Pgmtbd. d. Zt., berieben, Pgmt. a. d. Ecken etw. abgelöst, Vors., bes. vord. fl. Vorsatzbl., stark staubfl., mit Wurmfr. i. d. Innend. u. fl. Vorsatzbll. Titelbl. gebräunt u. wasserfl., Ss. durchg., teilw. stärker, gebräunt, minim. Wurmfr. i. d. Anfangs- u. schlußss. Mit e. verbl. Stempel a. S. 1411, Anm. v. alter Hd. u. alten handschriftl. Zl. am Titelbl. verso u. vord. Spiegel, durch d. Entf. e. Stempels verso e. kl. Fehlst. im Titelbl. BSB-AK 29,377. ADB 17,602ff. Vgl. Georgi I-II,383. Jöcher 3,810 - diese v. Joseph Lang (um 1570-1615), Philologe u. Sprichwörtersammler, zusammeng. u. hrsg. \"Blütenlese\" geht zurück auf d. \"Polyanthea\" d. M. (auch Nani / Nanni/, Domenico), erstm. ersch. Savona 1503 \"ein Werck ... welches durch die nachh. vielen Vermehrungen durch andere den Namen s. ersten Verf. verloren hat.\". Zu Amantius vergl. Jöcher 1, 327. Trotz s. zuw. kritischen Bew. interess. Werk, das zahlr. Stickworte auch zur Medizin, Natur- u. Geisteswissensch. enthält. Versand D: 15,00 EUR

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        Lilium Persicum I. Fritillaria persica with bulb II. Widow iris; Snakes`s head iris III. Squria iris IV. Fritillaria persica with bulb

      Eichstätt & Nürnberg 1613 - Original copper engraving in fine hand coloring. In very good to excellent condition.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Berg eK]
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        [Canary Islands Arborescent Houseleek] Sedum arborescens; [Multiflorous Striped Colchicum] Colchicum mixtum Autumnale; [Colchicum in Leaf and in Flower] Colchicum album et rubrum

      Eichstatt, 1613. Engraving. Very good condition apart from some slight offsetting and a small, barely visible foxing mark in the top of the image. Basil Besler published "Hortus Eystettensis", the earliest large folio botanical, at Eichstatt near Nuremburg, in 1613. He worked on the drawings for the 374 copper engravings over a period of sixteen years using the plants in the garden of Bishop Johann Conrad von Gemmingen, his patron. Depicted in this florilegium were flowers, herbs, vegetables and newly discovered plants such as tobacco and peppers. Besler was, in modern terms, a botanist and horticulturalist, and he was familiar with real and alleged medicinal properties of various plants. Besler had the good fortune to live at a time when exotic plants were being shipped to Europe from all over the world. The garden that he organized and illustrated for his patron was both ornamental and experimental, and the large book he had engraved after his drawings was unique. The prints, made by a team of master engravers, are strong and exquisitely done.

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        Quad M., Deliciae Germaniae, anno 1600, 2 Tle. in 1 Bd.

      Quad Matthias, 1557-1613 - Quad M., Deliciae Germaniae, anno 1600, 2 Tle. in 1 Bd. Quad, Deliciae Germaniae Quad, M. Deliciae Germaniae sive totius Germaniae itinerarium. 2 Tle. in 1 Bd. Köln, S. Hemmerden, 1600. Kl.-4to (20:16,5 cm). Mit 2 gefalt. Kupferkarten. 4 Bll., 126 S., 1 w. Bl. zwischen S. 78/79. Blindgepr. Schweinsldr. d. Zt. (dat. 1601) über Holzdeckeln, Deckel jeweils mit 2 goldgepr. Fleurons u. Monogramm "M A S P" bzw. Dat.; etwas berieben, Rücken verkürzt (Beiband entnommen), Schließen fehlen. VD 16, D 442; Meurer S. 224; Merlo 695, 11. - Seltene erste Ausgabe. "Seit 1600 hat Quad mit der Veröffentlichung von Itinerarien im wesentlichen seine Unterhalt verdient. Seine erste gesicherte Arbeit auf diesem Gebiet sind die 'Deliciae Germaniae', die 1600 noch in Köln erschienen; in ihnen werden - ausgehend von Augsburg bzw. Antwerpen - Routen in Deutschland und den Niederlanden beschrieben" (M.). Mit Karte von Deutschland (Meurer Bot 8) u. Niederlande (Kro 2). - Insgesamt etwas gebräunt. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Opera omnia qua Partim ex antiquissimis Editionibus partim ex... Theodori Canteri, descripsit, coniecturis notisque ornavit & primus edidit Iohannes Martini Lydius... accessit qusdem Glossarium Latinobarbarum cum Indice locupletissimo. (Angebunden:) BLEYNIANUS, Antonius Fabricius, In theoriam et praxim beneficiorum ecclesiasticorum methodica et familiaris introductio tribus distincta libris, Quibus iuxta magis receptas, Iuris cum communis, tum Gallici, observationes... Accesserunt e regione contextus, per modum additionum; Parlamentorum, & aliorum Galliae supremorum Tribunalium, Placita, sive Aresta, quibus singulae conclusiones, & decisiones, praeiudicatae sunt... Turnoni (= Tours), Sumptibus Guillelmi Linocerii, 1616.

      Leiden (= Lugduni Batavorum), apud Iohannem Balduinum, impensis Lud. Elzeviry & Henr. Laurency, 1613. Gr.-8vo. (Clemengis:) Tb. mit schöner allegorischer Titelbordüre, 17 Bll., 191 S., 1 Bl., 359 S., 1 Bl., 86 S., 7 Bll. (Index); (Bleynianus:) Tb. mit Druckersignet in Rot-Schwarz-Druck, 27 Bll., 498 S., 51 Bll. (Index, Typographi admonitiuncula sowie Privilege du Roy). Zeitgenössischen Pergamentband mit drei durchgezogenen Bünden. Nikolaus von Clémanges, Humanist und Theologe, geboren um 1360 zu Clamanges im Departement Chalons-sur-Marne, gestorben 1437 in Paris, studierte am Navarra-Kolleg zu Paris, wo Johannes Gerson sein Lehrer gewesen ist. Im Jahre 1386 begann er das Theologiestudium, war seit 1393 Rektor der Pariser Universität und bemühte sich in diesem Amte intensiv um die Beendigung des großen Schismas. Im Jahre 1397 ernannte ihn Papst Benedikt XIII. zu seinem Sekretär. Nach einer langen Zeit des Zurückgezogenseins begann er ab 1425 wieder Vorlesungen in Paris zu halten. Bisweilen, von katholischer Seite allerding vehement bestritten, wird Nikolaus de Clemangiis als Vorläufer der Reformation in Anspruch genommen. Die erste Opera-omnia-Ausgabe erschien 1613 in Leiden. Erste Ausgabe des Hauptwerkes von Bleynianus, das 1622 auf den Index gesetzt worden ist. - Antoine Fabrice Bleynianus, geboren 1569 in der Dauphiné, studierte die Rechte in Toulouse, an verschiedenen italienischen Universitäten und schließlich in Valence. Dort wurde er auch Professor der Rechte: In Universitate Valentina Ordinarius, Regiique iurium Interpres. In Valence starb er im Jahre 1626. In der einleitenden Vorrede gibt uns Bleynianus einen Einblick in die Geschichte der Universität Valence. Versand D: 2,00 EUR

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        MÜNCHEN. - Hochzeitszug von Wolfgang Wilhelm. Der Marienplatz von Süden, links am Bildrand die Frauenkirche, auf dem Platz der Hochzeitszug des Pfalzgrafen Wolfgang Wilhelm von Neuburg mit Magdalena von Bayern auf dem Weg in die Frauenkirche, umringt von einer riesigen Menge Schaulustiger.

      - Radierung von P.W. Zimmermann, 1613, 21 x 29 cm. Slg. Proebst 1490 und Abb. 54; nicht bei Maillinger und Lentner. - Bis zur Darstellung beschnitten, seitlich mit je ca. 4 mm Bildverlust, unten und seitlich ein schwacher Lichtrand ca. 1 cm in der Darstellung.

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        Opera omnia qua Partim ex antiquissimis Editionibus partim ex. Theodori Canteri, descripsit, coniecturis notisque ornavit & primus edidit Iohannes Martini Lydius. accessit qusdem Glossarium Latinobarbarum cum Indice locupletissimo. (Angebunden:) BLEYNIANUS, Antonius Fabricius, In theoriam et praxim beneficiorum ecclesiasticorum methodica et familiaris introductio tribus distincta libris, Quibus iuxta magis receptas, Iuris cum communis, tum Gallici, observationes. Accesserunt e regione contextus, per modum additionum; Parlamentorum, & aliorum Galliae supremorum Tribunalium, Placita, sive Aresta, quibus singulae conclusiones, & decisiones, praeiudicatae sunt. Turnoni (= Tours), Sumptibus Guillelmi Linocerii, 1616.

      apud Iohannem Balduinum, impensis Lud. Elzeviry & Henr. Laurency,, Leiden (= Lugduni Batavorum), 1613 - Leiden (= Lugduni Batavorum), apud Iohannem Balduinum, impensis Lud. Elzeviry & Henr. Laurency, 1613. Gr.-8vo. (Clemengis:) Tb. mit schöner allegorischer Titelbordüre, 17 Bll., 191 S., 1 Bl., 359 S., 1 Bl., 86 S., 7 Bll. (Index); (Bleynianus:) Tb. mit Druckersignet in Rot-Schwarz-Druck, 27 Bll., 498 S., 51 Bll. (Index, Typographi admonitiuncula sowie Privilege du Roy). Zeitgenössischen Pergamentband mit drei durchgezogenen Bünden. Nikolaus von Clémanges, Humanist und Theologe, geboren um 1360 zu Clamanges im Departement Chalons-sur-Marne, gestorben 1437 in Paris, studierte am Navarra-Kolleg zu Paris, wo Johannes Gerson sein Lehrer gewesen ist. Im Jahre 1386 begann er das Theologiestudium, war seit 1393 Rektor der Pariser Universität und bemühte sich in diesem Amte intensiv um die Beendigung des großen Schismas. Im Jahre 1397 ernannte ihn Papst Benedikt XIII. zu seinem Sekretär. Nach einer langen Zeit des Zurückgezogenseins begann er ab 1425 wieder Vorlesungen in Paris zu halten. Bisweilen, von katholischer Seite allerding vehement bestritten, wird Nikolaus de Clemangiis als Vorläufer der Reformation in Anspruch genommen. Die erste Opera-omnia-Ausgabe erschien 1613 in Leiden. Erste Ausgabe des Hauptwerkes von Bleynianus, das 1622 auf den Index gesetzt worden ist. - Antoine Fabrice Bleynianus, geboren 1569 in der Dauphiné, studierte die Rechte in Toulouse, an verschiedenen italienischen Universitäten und schließlich in Valence. Dort wurde er auch Professor der Rechte: In Universitate Valentina Ordinarius, Regiique iurium Interpres. In Valence starb er im Jahre 1626. In der einleitenden Vorrede gibt uns Bleynianus einen Einblick in die Geschichte der Universität Valence. Zeitgenössischen Pergamentband mit drei durchgezogenen Bünden. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        LE VOYAGE DE L'ILLUSTRE SEIGNEUR ET CHEVALIER FRANCOIS DRACH ADMIRAL D'ANGLETERRE, ALENTOUR DU MONDE

      Paris: Jean Gesselin, 1613. Titlepage vignette. Small octavo. 20th-century morocco bound to contemporary style, tooled and ruled in gilt, spine richly gilt. Leaves A5 and A6 with a small, expert paper repair in lower margin, not affecting text. Near fine. The first French edition of Drake's circumnavigation, translated from the account inserted in the 1589 edition of Hakluyt's PRINCIPAL NAVIGATIONS. The text is traditionally attributed to Francis Pretty, though it is more likely that the information was compiled by Richard Hakluyt himself from three or more sources (see Wagner, DRAKE'S VOYAGE). Wagner notes that the additional information found in this French edition but not in Hakluyt is "small but significant" and calls this "the most complete translation of all." Drake's circumnavigation was one of the most important events in maritime history, and this account must have been eagerly read by the French, who would not undertake their own circumnavigation until Bougainville's voyage in 1766. Scarce, this title was lacking from H.P. Kraus' famous Drake collection. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 613/139. SIR FRANCIS DRAKE AS SEEN BY HIS CONTEMPORARIES, p.60. WAGNER, SPANISH SOUTHWEST 9b. WAGNER, SIR FRANCIS DRAKE'S VOYAGE AROUND THE WORLD, p.238-240. SABIN 20844. LeCLERC 2743. PALAU 76150.

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        1613 - Holy Bible - Tall Folio

      Hardcover. Good. 1613. London, R. Barker. Black letter. General title in facsimile. First 16 leaves of NT with lower inner marginal incision, just into text in places. Final 12 leaves with general leaves. Few signatures cropped. Some light soiling. New full antique style reversed calf. Raised

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        I. Tussilago. II. Pulsatilla flore coeruleo. III. Pulsatilla flore albo. IV. Ranunculus nemorosus albu. V. Saxifraga aurea. [Huflattich, Kuhschelle/Küchenschelle, Frühlings-Kuhschelle, Busch-Windröschen, wechselblättriges Milzkraut].

      Kolorierter Kupferstich aus Hortus Eystettensis, 1613. - Ca. 47,5 x 40 (Plattengröße), ca. 51 x 43,5 cm (Papierformat). Rückseitiger Text leicht durchscheinend; etwas gebräunt und lichtrandig.

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        [European white water lily] Nymphæa alba maior; [European white water lily] Nymphæa alba minor; [Yellow pond lily] Nymphæa lutea

      Eichstatt, 1613. Hand-coloured engraving. Basil Besler published "Hortus Eystettensis", the earliest large folio botanical, at Eichstatt near Nuremburg, in 1613. He worked on the drawings for the 374 copper engravings over a period of sixteen years using the plants in the garden of Bishop Johann Conrad von Gemmingen, his patron. Depicted in this florilegium were flowers, herbs, vegetables and newly discovered plants such as tobacco and peppers. Besler was, in modern terms, a botanist and horticulturalist, and he was familiar with real and alleged medicinal properties of various plants. Besler had the good fortune to live at a time when exotic plants were being shipped to Europe from all over the world. The garden that he organized and illustrated for his patron was both ornamental and experimental, and the large book he had engraved after his drawings was unique. The prints, made by a team of master engravers, are strong and exquisitely done.

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        Irissen - Hortus Eystettensis.

      Kopergravure uit de magistrale Hortus Eystettensis van de hand van Basilius Besler uitgegeven in 1613. Later met de hand gekleurd. Afm. (druk) 48 x 38,5 cm.Besler (1561 '" 1629) was een gerespecteerd apotheker en botanicus uit het Beierse Neurenberg. Hij was curator van de tuin van Johann Konrad von Gemmingen, prins bisschop van Eichstätt. De bisschop had de enige belangrijke Europese botanische tuin buiten Italië.Besler had 16 jaar nodig om de tuin in Eichstätt in kaart te brengen. Zijn zgn. Hortus Eystettensis legde voor het eerst nadruk op de esthetische weergave van de planten, dit in tegenstelling tot planten- en kruidenboeken in de eeuwen ervoor, waarbij het gebruikelijk was schetsmatige afbeeldingen op te nemen.De Hortus Eystettensis veranderde daarmee de botanische kunst radicaal.De tuinbloemen, kruiden, fruit en exotische planten werden op ware grootte vol details afgebeeld. Het werk werd voor het eerst uitgegeven in 1613 en bestond uit 367 kopergravures, met in totaal 1.084 soorten.Het boek kwam op de markt in twee versies: als zwart-wit naslagwerk en een luxe uitgave zonder tekst. De de luxe versie werd verkocht voor het exorbitante bedrag van 500 florijnen.De Hortus volgt de vier seizoenen, waarin eerst de bloei en daarna de vruchtvormingsfasen worden afbeeld.Prijs: € 2.150,-.

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        [Tall bearded garden irises (flag irises)] Iris latifolia violaceo colore maior; Iris latifolia vulgaris coerulea; Iris latifolia maior variegata

      Eichstatt, 1613. Hand-coloured engraving. Basil Besler published "Hortus Eystettensis", the earliest large folio botanical, at Eichstatt near Nuremburg, in 1613. He worked on the drawings for the 374 copper engravings over a period of sixteen years using the plants in the garden of Bishop Johann Conrad von Gemmingen, his patron. Depicted in this florilegium were flowers, herbs, vegetables and newly discovered plants such as tobacco and peppers. Besler was, in modern terms, a botanist and horticulturalist, and he was familiar with real and alleged medicinal properties of various plants. Besler had the good fortune to live at a time when exotic plants were being shipped to Europe from all over the world. The garden that he organized and illustrated for his patron was both ornamental and experimental, and the large book he had engraved after his drawings was unique. The prints, made by a team of master engravers, are strong and exquisitely done.

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        M. Blundeville: His Exercises, Containing Eight Treatises

      London : Imprinted by William Stansby 1613 - Fourth edition. 8 parts in 1. [8], 799, [3] p., 2 foldout diagrams: numerous wood cut illustrations of globes, instruments and cosmography. Bound in modern dark brown leather. Gilt spine. 4 raised bands. Fine binding and cover. 2 plates present of 5. Lacking the Sexagenarie Table at p. 80, The draught of the Meridians and Paralels of the Mariners Carde at p. 695, and the Mappe of Fraunce at p. 784 (these fold outs are often absent per Maggs Bros.). Lacking the volvelles. Title page, p. 173-4, p. 289-304 lacking, replaced in facsimile. Upper quarter of p. 379-80 torn out and lacking. Faint dampstain starting on p. 428, begins to affect text staring on p610 throughout to end. Dark stain to outer corner of last hundred pages, (p. 705-799, marginal to the corner until it progressively invades the text after p. 760. Sparse marginal notation in a contemporary hand. STC 3149 Contents: Exercises; Briefe description of the tables of three speciall right lines belonging to a circle, called signes, lines tangent, and lines secant; Plaine treatise of the first principles of cosmographie; Plaine description of Mercator his two globes; Plaine and full description of Petrus Plancius his universall map; Very brief and most plaine description of Master Blagrave his astrolabe; New and necessarie treatise of navigation; Brief description of universall maps and cardes Thomas Blundeville was an English humanist writer and mathematician. "In 1594 he published his Exercises in six parts, containing a brief account of arithmetic, cosmography, the use of the globes, a universal map, the astrolabe, and navigation. The arithmetic is taken from Recorde, but to it are added trigonometrical tables (copied from Clavius) of the natural sines, tangents, and secants of all angles in the first quadrant; the difference between consecutive angles being one minute. These are worked out to seven places of decimals. This is the earliest English work in which plane trigonometry is introduced," W. Rouse Ball, A history of the study of mathematics at Cambridge (1889), pp. 21?2. This edition was augmented in 1613 with two additional treatises on the circumnavigations of Francis Drake and Thomas Cavendish. One of the parts describes the world map of Petrus Plancius, published in 1592. Other topical matters covered are Molyneux's globes, the work of John Blagrave and Gemma Frisius, and the cross-staff of Thomas Hood. Containing eight Treatises in Cosmographie, Astronomie, Geographie, and the Art of Navigation. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Lectvres upon the twelue Articles of our Christian Faith, Written for the comfort of the Godly, and instruction of the Simple, by John Baker. Whereunto is annexed a cleare Confession of our Christian Faith, contained in an hundred Articles, according to the order of the Creed of the Apostles, by John Hooper, Martyr, and sometimes Bishop of Glocester.

      London, Nicholas Okes, by the Assignment of Robert Barker, Printer to the Kings Majesty 1613 - (16) 494 p. Rebound half Leather with ribbed back, 8° (page 285-288, 291/292 and 295-298 in facsimile, lacks page 495-end, which means that the work concerning the Twelve Articles is complete but the attached work from John Hooper which is mentioned on the titlepage is missing.) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Histoire des derniers troubles de France. Soubs les regnes des Roys Trs-Chrestiens Henry III. Roy de France & de Polongne, Henry IIII. Roy de France & de Navarre, & Louis XIII. son fils. [suivi de] Le cinquiesme livre , Contenant l¿Histoire des choses les plus memorables advenuës en France sous les regnes de HENRY IIII. & LOUIS XIII Roys de France & de Navarre jusques à present. [suivi de] Articles accordez pour la trefve generale [suivi de] Histoire veritable des guerres entre les deux maisons de France et d¿Espagne

      - S.l., s.n., 1613. In-8, [4]-171-[10]ff-[1]-147-[4]ff-136ff-60ff Ensemble de 4 textes reliés tardivement ensemble. La reliure est 18ème et est attribuée par un ancien propriétaire à Derome. Le fer du dos serait un fer utilisé par Derome. Nous n¿avons rien trouvé qui permette de l¿affirmer, mais ce qui est certain, c¿est que ce fer rond est proche de fers de Derome. La page de titre porte une signature Matthieu, probablement celle de l¿auteur. Reliure plein veau glacé, dos lisse, pièce de titre maroquin, tranches marbrées. Manque la coiffe inférieur, petit manque à la coiffe supérieure, manques à trois coins, un mors fendu (dos en partie décollé). Papier globalement bien conservé, quelques feuillets abîmés, notamment un feuillet à la fin des 4 titres (montrant ainsi que les ouvrages ont dû rester longtemps sans reliure). Le troisième texte n¿a pas de page de titre (sans manque ?) Bel ouvrage, bon exemplaire à restaurer. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        [Persian fritillary and bullb] Lilium Persicum; [Snake's-head iris] Iris tuberosa; [Beardless purple iris] Chamæiris angustis foliis minor

      Eichstatt, 1613. Hand-coloured engraving. In excellent condition, with the exception of a printer's crease in upper left corner. Basil Besler published "Hortus Eystettensis", the earliest large folio botanical, at Eichstatt near Nuremburg, in 1613. He worked on the drawings for the 374 copper engravings over a period of sixteen years using the plants in the garden of Bishop Johann Conrad von Gemmingen, his patron. Depicted in this florilegium were flowers, herbs, vegetables and newly discovered plants such as tobacco and peppers. Besler was, in modern terms, a botanist and horticulturalist, and he was familiar with real and alleged medicinal properties of various plants. Besler had the good fortune to live at a time when exotic plants were being shipped to Europe from all over the world. The garden that he organized and illustrated for his patron was both ornamental and experimental, and the large book he had engraved after his drawings was unique. The prints, made by a team of master engravers, are strong and exquisitely done.

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        Anagyris angustisfoliis. Anagyris latisfoliis

      Nürnberg Besler 1613 - Stinkstrauch (Stinkgoldregen). "I. Anagyris angustisfoliis. II. Anagyris latisfoliis". Orig. altkol. Kupferstich, B. Besler (1561-1629) aus seinem Hortus Eystettensis, Nürnberg, 1613. 50:41,5 cm. Basilius Besler, ein deutscher Apotheker, Botaniker und Verleger, betrieb die Apotheke "Zum Marienbild" in Nürnberg und hatte einen eigenen botanischen Garten sowie ein Naturalienkabinett. Die Pflanzen im Garten wurden Ausgangspunkt für den berühmten Hortus Eystettensis (erschienen in Eichstätt und Nürnberg 1613), ein Pflanzenbuch des Barock, mit dessen Herausgabe Besler beauftragt wurde.

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        [Fritillary with open flower] Fritillaria iuncifoliis; [Ransoms] Allium Ursinum; [Green tulip] Tulipa viridis coloris

      Eichstatt, 1613. Hand-coloured engraving. Basil Besler published "Hortus Eystettensis", the earliest large folio botanical, at Eichstatt near Nuremburg, in 1613. He worked on the drawings for the 374 copper engravings over a period of sixteen years using the plants in the garden of Bishop Johann Conrad von Gemmingen, his patron. Depicted in this florilegium were flowers, herbs, vegetables and newly discovered plants such as tobacco and peppers. Besler was, in modern terms, a botanist and horticulturalist, and he was familiar with real and alleged medicinal properties of various plants. Besler had the good fortune to live at a time when exotic plants were being shipped to Europe from all over the world. The garden that he organized and illustrated for his patron was both ornamental and experimental, and the large book he had engraved after his drawings was unique. The prints, made by a team of master engravers, are strong and exquisitely done.

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        Le Voyage de l'illustre Seigneur et Chevalier Francois Drach Admiral D'angleterre, Alentour Du Monde

      Paris: Jean Gesselin, 1613. 8vo. [8],90,[1]pp. Lacks the world map, as is almost always the case. Titlepage vignette. Leaves A5 & A6 with a small, expert paper repair in lower margin, not affecting text. Twentieth century morocco bound to contemporary style, tooled and ruled in gilt, spine richly gilt Drake's Circumnavigation The first French edition of Drake's circumnavigation, translated from the account inserted in the 1589 edition of Hakluyt's Principal Navigations. The text is traditionally attributed to Francis Pretty, though it is more likely that the information was compiled by Richard Hakluyt himself from three or more sources (see Wagner, Drake's Voyage ). Wagner notes that the additional information found in this French edition but not in Hakluyt is "small but significant" and calls this "the most complete translation of all." Drake's circumnavigation was one of the most important events in maritime history, and this account must have been eagerly read by the French, who would not undertake their own circumnavigation until Bougainville's voyage in 1766. Scarce, this title was lacking from H. P. Kraus's famous Drake. European Americana 613/139; Sir Francis Drake as seen by his Contemporaries , p.60; Wagner, Spanish Southwest 9b; Wagner, Sir Francis Drake's Voyage Around the World , p.238-240; Sabin 20844; Leclerc 2743; Palau 76150.

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        The Holy Bible, containing the Old Testament, and the New

      London: Robert Barker 4to. [512] ff. (two leaves supplied from another copy).. 1613 [colophon, 1614] [with] Herrey, Robert F. Two right profitable and fruitfull concordances, or large and ample tables alphabeticall. London: Robert Barker, 1613. 4to. [82] ff. [also with] Church of England. Book of Common Prayer. 1613. The booke of common prayer, with the psalter or psalmes of David. London: Robert Barker, 1613. 4to. [3 of 4], [40] ff. (title-leaf in facsimile). [also with] Speed, John. The genealogies recorded in the Sacred Scriptures according to every family and tribe. With the line of Our Savior Jesus Christ observed from Adam to the Blessed Virgin Mary. [London: J. Beale, 1613?]. 4to. [1] f., 34 pp., [2] ff. [also with] Bible. O.T. Psalms. 1615. Sternhold & Hopkins. The whole booke of Psalmes. London: Printed for the Company of Stationers, 1615. 4to. [5] ff., [86 of 90] pp., [5 of 6] ff. (lacks pp. 85–88, and last leaf [i.e., G8]). The first black-letter quarto edition of the King James version, giving "bring foorth" for Genesis 1:11 and "she went" for Ruth 3:15. Herbert notes that "This and many subsequent issues were produced in close imitation of those black-letter quarto editions of the Geneva Bible which had proved so popular." The => marvelous woodcut title-page border depicts the Twelve Tribes of Israel in panels on the left, balanced by panels depicting the Twelve Apostles on the right, with rondelles of the Four Evangelists. This copy of the Bible has the 1613 date on the main title-page and 1614 on the title-page of the N.T. and in the colophon. It is bound with Speed's genealogies, a Book of Common Prayer, and Herrey's concordances. Provenance: 18th-century ownership signature on Bible title-pages of John Newport; in the 20th century in the Howell Bible Collection, Pacific School of Religion (now properly released). 18th-century full calf with modest gilt double-rule border at cover edges and defining spine compartments; rubbed at corners with spine leather chipped at top. Howell Collection bookplate. BCP with title-leaf supplied in facsimile and a bit tattered with some margins closely cropped; Speed complete with double-page map; Herrey with some foremargins closely cropped touching or costing portions of letters, similarly several small holes (and one a bit larger, in "Preface," repaired) costing bits of type; Sternhold and Hopkins lacking three leaves of text. Bible complete: Two leaves in Exodus having been sometime supplied from another copy and some sidenotes closely shaved sometimes costing (only) a letter or two; some stray ink or other stains and one small hole in one leaf with small loss of text; a child's scribbling in some margins. For the volume as a whole, some scattered waterstaining, spotting, and possible candle-wax stains. => In all a very good copy of an important and sought after edition of the King James Bible.

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        Cyclamen serotinum folis hederaceis. Cyclamen vulgare Panis porcinus. Cyclaminus longius radiatus camerary..

      Eichstatt. First published 1613. Ca. 165. Engraving, vintage handcoloring, plate mark measures 19 x 15 3/4 inches (48 x 40 cm) on sheet 22 1/2 x 17 3/4 inches. Dampstain to lower margin and left edge just entering the platemark at the lower left and right, tear across lower left corner now archivally repaired but with light discoloration visible from the old tape, text from verso visible. Color seepage onto verso. Thick felt-like paper. This is one of the stunning plates from Hortus Eystettensis, the first great florilegium "splendid in its array of large drawings, magnificent as a record of the plants in a German garden at the beginning of the seventeenth century" (Hunt). The work commemorates the celebrated gardens of its patron, Johann Konrad von Gemmingen, Prince Bishop of Eichstatt. "The book is horticultural rather than botanical, and is the earliest pictorial record of flowers in a single garden. It is divided into Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter sections and is concerned almost entirely with ornamental plants, including florists' flowers and double forms of flowers best left single ... With the outbreak of the Thirty Years War six years after the Bishop's death, the garden deteriorated, and by 1633 the celebrated collection of plants had reverted to a vegetable plot." (Coats). "The plates depict over 1000 flowers representing 667 species, many of them exotics appearing for the first time. The original drawings ... took sixteen years to complete; ten artists and engravers were involved, the most important being Wolfgang Kilian of Augsburg. The author, Basilius Besler (1561-1629), was a Nuremberg apothecary and botanist. The work was completed in Autumn 1613 and three hundred copies were issued. The copper plates survived until 1817, when they were melted down by the Royal Mint in Munich." (de Belder catalogue #23). The work was reprinted in 1640 and 1713. It is not known what edition this plate is from; the handcolor is later, but not recent. This plate (from the selection of autumnal plants) depicts an ivy-leaved cyclamen and two European cyclamens, all from the Primulaceae family.

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        A SHORT TREATISE OF MAGNETICALL BODIES AND MOTIONS

      London, 1613. Small quarto. Modern calf, leather label stamped in gilt. Contemporary ownership inscriptions of William Davenport on titlepage. Titlepage moderately worn and soiled, laid down on a backing sheet. Light worming on first two text leaves (affecting a few printed characters). 19th-century ownership inscription on leaf A3. Small portion of G2 torn away and repaired, affecting a few words which are present in facsimile; a few other small tears and repairs. Margins closely trimmed, affecting a few headlines. Lacking the volvelle on T1. Still a good copy. First edition, first issue of Ridley's work on magnetism, without the errata on the recto of X3 found in the second issue also published in 1613. Following William Gilbert's work DE MAGNETE, "here presented directions for a series of experiments on the lodestone, magnet, and terella which could be carried out by anyone interested in the subject. He added engravings and descriptions of his improvised instruments for determining the variation, and for making use of the inclinatory needle for finding position at sea. This was in accordance with the method published jointly by Edward Wright, Thomas Blundeville, and Henry Briggs" - Taylor.

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        Himmels-schöne Königliche Braut-Kammer, welche der ünerirdische Salomo, und hochverliebte Menschen-Freund Christus Jesus seiner lieben Sulamithin. tröstlich zubereitet,. bestehend aus einem. Gebet- und Gesang-Buch. Leipzig, W. H. Schönermarck 1747. Schmal 8°. 8 Bll., 502 S., 15 Bll., mit gestoch. Frontispiz, 1 Kupfertitel und 24 Kupfertafeln (Dehne fec.).- Angeb.: Geistreiches Gesang-Buch. Welches die bekandtesten Lieder in guter Ordnung in sich fasset. Leipzig, W. G. Sommer 1768. 116 S., 2 Bll., punzierter Goldschnitt, rosa Seidenband d. Zt. mit reicher Goldprägung (dat. 1772) in goldgepr. Ldr.- Schuber d. Zt.

      - Von dem evangelisch-lutherischer Pfarrer in Sachsen, Christian Zeis (1613-1689), erstmals bereits 1674 zusammengestelltes Gebetbuch.- Leicht gebräunt, Ebd. tls. etw. berieben, insges. schönes, prächtig gebundenes Exemplar.

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        Gerhard Mercator, eigentlich Gerard De Kremer, latinisiert: Gerardus Mercator, dt. z. T. Gerhard Krämer (Rupelmonde, Flandern 05. 03. 1512 - 02. 12. 1594 Duisburg). Holl. Mathematiker, Geograph, Philosoph, Theologe und Kartograf, der schon zu Lebzeiten als der Ptolemäus seiner Zeit angesehen wurde. Jodocus Hondius, eigentlich Josse de Hondt (Wakken, Flandern 14. 10. 1563 - 12. 02. 1612 Amsterdam). Fläm. Kartograph und Verleger von Atlanten und Karten. Brustbild beide sitzend,.

      - altkol. Kupferstich ( anonym ) b. Hondius, 1613 -, 1623, 38 x 45 Das berühmte Doppelportrait von G. Mercator und J. Hondius, beide an einem Tisch sitzend mit einem Zirkel über Globen und alten Atlanten. Mittig - im Hintergrund - eine Europakarte. Unten mittig eine Textkartusche mit den Lebensdaten in lateinischer Sprache. - Restaurierte Bugfalte.

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        Scotiae Regnum.

      Amsterdam: 1613 - 35.2 x 45.7 cm. Original outline colour. Double page folio map of the northern part of Scotland. French text on verso. Paper browned overall. Very small hole to lower right corner of image with slight loss to print. Small section of centrefold sometime neatly reinforced on verso, otherwise in good condition. Koeman, Volume 1, 5800:1:1

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        [Hist]o[ri]sche Beschreibung der Stadt Alten Stettin in Pommern, sampt einem Memorial unnd Aufszuge etlicher denckwürdigen Geschichten, Handlungen und Verträgen, welche sich von zeit angenommenen Christenthumbs, innerhalb fünff hundert Jahren, daselbst begeben, unnd etwan nützlich zu wissen.

      So dann auch eine Generalbeschreibung des gantzen Pommerlandes [...]. 1-3. Stettin, S. Joachim Rheten Erben, 1613. 4to. (34),+ 150,+ (6),+ (2, blank) pp.+2 fold. genealogical tables; (20),+ 168,+ (15); (16),+ 112,+ (16) pp. Titles printed in red and black. Verso of first title leaf with wood cut portrait, wood cut also on page 54 in part three. Two preliminary leaves to part one (a2-3) are missing. The first title- and the second leaf loose and with paper repair, with loss of text. The three leaves in the beginning of part three with paper repair. The genealogical tables with tears, and paper repair. Stains and spotting. Contemporary vellum with vellum from a medieval manuscript, with red and blue initials, spine with handwritten title in ink and with a paper etiquette and the nrs 820 & 124 in ink. A small spot of the medieval text on the front board is erased and replaced by: "F.D.C 1616" and: "Auxilium meum a Domina, qui fecit caelum et terram". With an annotation dated Stockholm 1715 "Coll Hjorth. L, 322" written on front paste down, a "dupl"-stamp from Uppsala university library, and with the book plate of Victor von Stedingk.VD17 23:235314W & 23:235319K (for part one in this variant). Spruth p. 200f. This is the variant with the correct "daselbst" in the first title instead of "doselbst". The wood cut portrait depicts Duke Philip of Pomerania. Paul Friedeborn (1571-1637) was mayor of Stettin and an historian. This is the first historical work on Stettin (Sce. Friedeborn later on also published "Descriptio urbis Stetinensis topographica et historia". The binding might according to Victor von Stedingk have belonged to Count Friedrich of Courland "Fredricus dux Curlandia" (dead 1643)

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        Practica medica [..]. Additus est liber Responsorum et consulationum medicinalium [..].

      apud Trivisanum Bertolottum 1613 In - folio (cm. 30), legatura coeva in p. pergamena floscia con antiche note ms. al piatto (lievi segni d'usura); pp. [32], 499, [5], 51, [1 b.]; [4], 48 in buono stato, capilettera testatine e finalini in xilografia, marca ai due frontespizi sempre in xilografia (pace e giustizia che si baciano); piccole gore marginali e e segni d'uso (alcune tracce di cera e note antiche). Edizione che porta in fine il celebre De Peste e a cui viene allegato per la prima volta l'inedito Responsorum, con proprio frontespizio. Opera del noto medico vicentino precursore della medicina moderna, «fra i più acuti e begli ingegni, anzi tra gli ornamenti più luminosi della nostra Patria (Vicenza)» [G. Thiene ed E. Pianezzola, introduzione alla traduzione del De Peste di D. Marrone, Antilia 2012]. Di notevole interesse farmaceutico, portante un ampio elenco di terapie (con relativi rimedi e composti farmaceutici, e le dosi per la loto preparazione). Buon esemplare assai genuino.

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        An Exqvisite Commentarie vpon the Revelation of Saint Iohn. Vvherein, both the course of the whole Booke, as also the more abstruse and hard places thereof not heretofore opened, are now at last most cleerely and euidently explaned.

      London, W. Hall, for Francis Burton 1613 - (28) 5-269 (16) p. Contemporary Leather, 4° (a small gap in page 6 of the dedication, about 3 words are lost. Lacks the final page with spelling mistakes. Patrick Forbes of Corse 1564-1635, was a Scottish churchman. In the year of his ordination Forbes published this Commentary on the Apocalypse, being the substance of lectures on that book which he had delivered at Corse.) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau; oben links und rechts Porträts von Wolfgang Wilhelm von Pfalz-Neuburg und Ernst Markgraf von Brandenburg ('Dvisbvrg.').

      - Kupferstich v. Georg Keller n. Johannes Corputius (Johan van den Corput) aus Mercurii Gallobelgici, ., 1613, 19 x 24 Thieme-Becker, Künstler-Lexikon, Bd. XX, S. 101 f. (Georg Keller war Maler, Radierer u. Kupferstecher in Frankfurt ; lernte vier Jahre bei dem berühmtesten Holzschneider seiner Zeit, Jost Amman in Nürnberg; seit 1595 wieder in Frankfurt, .); Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. K - P, S. 13 (Georg Keller , 1568-1634. German engraver of Frankfurt am Main. One of the engravers for De Bry's Petit Voyages, 1603-1606; .). - Ernst Markgraf von Brandenburg (1583-1613) war Stadthalter von Kleve. - Wolfgang Wilhelm von Pfalz-Neuburg lebte von 1578 - 1653. - Sehr seltener Frankfurter Einblattdruck! (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Trasn syl vania':.

      - Kupferstich v. Conrad Loew aus Mercurii Gallobelgici, ., 1613, 19,7 x 26,5 Meurer, Atlantes Colonienses. Die Kölner Schule der Atlaskartographie 1570-1610, S. 151, Loe 1, Nr. 4 (Loe 4) u. S. 183 ff., Met 6, Nr. 16 (Met 157 = Loe 4); Szántai, Atlas Hungaricus 1528-1850, Vol. I, S. 357, Loew 2b mit Abb. (Beide Quellen kennen diese Ausgabe von 1613 nicht! - Zeigt Siebenbürgen. - Unten rechtsTitelkartusche. - Sehr seltener Frankfurter Einblattdruck (Flugblatt). (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        A RELATION OF A VOYAGE TO GUIANA. DESCRIBING THE CLIMAT, SITUATION, FERTILITIE, PROVISIONS AND COMMODITIES OF THAT COUNTRY...TOGETHER WITH THE MANNERS, CUSTOMES, BEHAVIORS, AND DISPOSITIONS OF THE PEOPLE

      London, 1613. Small quarto. Modern crushed red morocco by Riviere, spine lettered in gilt, raised bands, a.e.g., gilt inner dentelles. Titlepage margins restored, affecting a few letters of text. Light, even toning. A handsome copy. The Frank C. Deering copy, with his gilt morocco bookplate on the front pastedown, of the rare first edition of the most extensive narrative of the British attempt to establish a colony in South America. Harcourt made his voyage to Guiana in 1609 and stayed less than a year. While there he made contact with a local chief, set about searching for gold, and established a colony at the mouth of the River Wiapoco. When he returned to England, Harcourt began promoting his newly acquired plantation in Guiana, and the text includes discussions of the growing of sugar, cotton, tobacco, and indigo. Harcourt presents strong arguments for the future of the British toehold on the Spanish Main, and contends that Guiana's riches rival those of New Spain and Peru. This first edition contains the text of the Patent of Guiana granted to Harcourt, which is not printed in the second edition of 1626. "The tract did much to hasten the idea of English colonization in America..." - Streeter. "Very rare" - Sabin. Only the former Boies Penrose copy has appeared for sale in recent times.

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        F. Ambrosii Calepini Bergomensis ... Dictionarium septem linguarum, Hebraicae, Graecae, Latinae, Italicae, Germanicae, Hispanicae, & Gallicae. Cui hac nostra quarta editione praeter caetera hactenus alijs typis contenta, in singulis nominibus, & verbis sua genera suasque inflexiones apposuimus, ut octana pag. indicat. Cum Pauli Manutiij Additamentis suo cuique proprio nomini insertis. Accesserunt etiam Henrici Farnesii Eburonis I.C. artis oratoriae in Ticinensi Gymnasio professoris publici, ad ubertatem & copiam dicendi Appendiculae duae: Quarum Altera Verborum Splendore et delectu XIX.Tab. est contexta. Altera vero de verborum interpretatione nunquam excusa: compleditur propriorum verborum origiem, Adagiorum, ac Hieroglyphoricum femina & naturam. Omnia singulari studio & diligentia ab innumeris erroribus hac vltima editione vindicata.

      Venetiis : apud Ioannem Guerilium, 1613. (4), 476; 18; 18; 56 Blätter 33 x 23,5 cm, späterer, braun marmorierter Pergamenteinband mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel auf rotem Rückenschild, Eigner-Initialen auf grünem Rückenschild. Zugehörig: Henrici Farnesii Eburonis : Appendicula prima de verborum splendore, et delectu, ad vbertatem, et copiam dicendi 19. tabulis contexta. 18 Blätter; derselbe: Appendicula secunda de interpretatione verborum; quorum alia sunt natiua . . alia modificata, . . Adagiorum, & Hieroglyphoricum femina sunt inuolata. 18 Blätter; Vocabulario volgare et Latino .. . 56 Blätter.\"Ambrogio Calepino oder Ambrogio Calepio, lateinisch: Ambrosius Calepinus (* 1440 ?[1] in Bergamo; † Ende 1509 / Anfang 1510[2] ebenda), war ein italienischer Lexikograph in der Zeit der Renaissance. Sein im Geist des Humanismus verfasstes Latein-Wörterbuch fand im 16. bis zum 18. Jh. grosse Verbreitung und erschien in über zweihundert, meist stark umgearbeiteten und erweiterten Auflagen. Der Name „Calepino“ wurde infolgedessen in mehreren Sprachen zur Bezeichnung für ein Wörterbuch schlechthin. . . Mit dem Dictionarium schuf Calepino das erste lateinische Wörterbuch im annähernd modernen Sinne. Er orientierte sich dabei an der Cornucopia des Niccolò Perotti („Füllhorn“, ab 1489 mehrere Auflagen, ein Kommentar zu dem römischen Dichter Martial, der auch als Wörterbuch dienen konnte) und dem Werk Die Feinheiten der lateinischen Sprache (1471) des Lorenzo Valla. Diesen Vorgaben entsprechend wurde das spätantike und mittelalterliche Latein von ihm weitgehend übergangen, während die Renaissance-Humanisten einen Platz direkt neben den Klassikern fanden.Die Kirchenväter, insbesondere Augustinus und Hieronymus, werden allerdings auch öfters zitiert. . . Im Laufe des 16. Jahrhunderts entwickelte sich das Dictionarium des Calepinus zum vielsprachigen Wörterbuch. Dabei blieb jedoch stets die lateinische Sprache die Grundlage der Worterklärungen und anderssprachliche Äquivalente wurden meist nicht durchgehend hinzugefügt. . . \" (Wikipedia) * * * Einband nur gering berieben, Titelblatt und letztes Blatt doubliert, Buchblock am Kopf ca 3 bis 4 cm feuchtfleckig, gelegentlich fleckrandig, sonst und im Ganzen noch gut erhaltenes und dekoratives Exemplar. Versand D: 5,20 EUR Dictionarium septem linguarum Hebraicæ, Græcæ, Latinæ, Italicæ, Germanicæ, Hispanicæ, & Gallicæ. Calepino, Calepinus, Dictionarium septem linguarum,

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