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        Antique Map-NETHERLANDS-17 PROVINCES-Guicciardini-1613

      - Map of the Netherlands titled: 'Belgicarum Provinciarum Nova Descriptio'. Belgium, The Netherlands, Holland and Luxemburg. Etching/engraving on verge type hand laid paper. Description: This map originates from the 1613 edition of 'Discrittione di tutti i Paesi Bassi', by L. Guicciardini, published by J. Janssonius. We carry most maps from this book which was published from 1581-1648.Artists and Engravers: The author of the book this old print originates from is Lodovico Guicciardini (1521-1589): an Italian merchant from aristocratic descent. At our website you will find a more extensive biography. Condition: Fine; general age related toning; occasional faint spots as visible on scan; Original middle fold as published. Actual sheet larger than pictured! Storage location: E3-48 The overall size is ca. 14 x 11.8 inch. The image size is ca. 13.2 x 9.6 inch. The overall size is ca. 35.6 x 30 cm. The image size is ca. 33.6 x 24.4 cm.

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        Holy Bible, Conteyning the Old Testament, and the New

      The 1613 Folio Edition of the King James Bible[BIBLE IN ENGLISH]. The Holy Bible, Conteyning the Old Testament, and the New: Newly translated out of the Originall Tongues: and with the former Translations diligently compared and revised by his Maiesties speciall Commandement. Appointed to be read in Churches. London: Imprinted...by Robert Barker, 1613.The 1613 folio edition of the King James Bible, distinguishable from the ìHeî and ìSheî Bibles that precede it by its smaller type size making it double columns, with seventy-two lines. The Authorised version.vWith the Apocrypha. Folio (15 3/4 x 10 1/2 inches; 398 x 265 mm.). A4-B4, C6, D4, A6-C6, A6-4M6, 4N4. 508 leaves. Issued with "The genealogies recorded in the Sacred Scriptures" by John Speed, pages ([2], 34 pp.). Without double-page engraved map before text, which is often the case. Engraved general title, representing the twelve tribes. At foot of title-page woodcut: "Cum priuilegio". Engraved New Testament title dated 1613. Black letter. With the "Calendar" which is printed in red and black. Decorative woodcut head- and tail-pieces and initials.Contemporary reversed paneled calf. Boards ruled in blind. Boards with a small amount of rubbing and chipping, mainly along the edges. First title-page laid-down. Some loss to margins, but not affecting the engraving. Leaves A2-A4 (To The Reader) bound on stubs and with lower marginal repairs. From the Calendar, Leaf C2 with marginal repair and Leaves C3-C4 remargined. Leaf D1 with paper repair, only affecting ruled border. Leaves X1-X2 with some tape repairs, and a few holes with some loss of a few words. Leaves PP5-PP6 with some dampstaining. Leaves UUU3-UUU4 with bottom margin repaired, not affecting text. Leaf ZZZ4 with a closed tear, repaired, but with some loss of text. Aside from these few (mostly preliminary) leaves, overall this copy is internally very fresh and clean. A very good copy.ìThe true 1613 folio edition of King Jamesí Bible; easily distinguishable from the other large folio editions by its smaller type... The preliminary leaves are set up as in the other large folio editions, but the text is printed in smaller type with 72 lines instead of 59 lines to the full column." (Herbert, 322).The Genealogies which accompany this book have a similar typographical history to that of the King James Bible itself. John Speed was granted a patent in 1610 for ten years to issue and insert his Genealogies and double-page general map (engraved by Elstrack) in every edition of this Bible.ìThe King James Bible, or the Authorized Version, as it is now commonly (but not strictly accurately) known, was the outcome of the conference summoned at Hampton Court by the King in January 1604, in an attempt to settle the quarrels in the Church of England, arising from the Puritan zeal of some of its members. It was the leader of the Puritan party, John Reynolds, the President of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, who first suggested the idea of a new translation...It has been described as ëthe only literary masterpiece ever to have been produced by a committeeí and was the work of nearly fifty translators, organized in six groups...Being based on a wider range of classical and oriental scholarship than its predecessors, the Authorized Version was a more learned text...No new English translation was produced until the Revised Version of 1881, and the influence of the Authorized Version may best be described in the words of G.M. Trevelyan. ëFor every Englishman who had read Sidney or Spenser, or had seen Shakespeare acted at the Glove, there were hundreds who had read or heard the Bible with close attention as the words of God. The effect of the continual domestic study of the book upon the national character, imagination and intelligence for nearly three centuries to come, was greater than that of any literary movement in our annals, or any religious movement since the coming of St Augustineíî (Printing and the Mind of Man 114, describing the 1611 first edition).Darlow & Moule 249. Herbert 322. STC 2226. ESTC S122066.HBS 67889.$23,500

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        IRLANDIAE REGNUM [la II Table d'Irlande], [la III Table d'Irlande Portant la Momonie & le reste de Lagenie Connacie], (IRLANDE).

      - 2 cartes géographiques, 2 feuilles de 540 x 450 mm., gravures de 472 x 343 mm. et de 472 x 340 mm, cartes gravées par Gérard MERCATOR issues de l'édition française de l'atlas publié par HONDIUS entre 1613 et 1616 (Koeman 1:112), carte 1 : pli central à peine visible, 2 petites taches sombres, très bel exemplaire,carte 2 : trace de pli central, 2 trous de vers, très bel exemplaire. L’Atlas de Gérard MERCATOR (1512-1594)Dans sa Chronologia publiée en 1569, Mercator révèle son projet d’écrire un ouvrage cosmologique en cinq parties sur la création du monde et son histoire. La troisième partie consacrée à la géographie devait comprendre une géographie ancienne qui ne fut jamais réalisée, une réédition de la Geographia de Ptolémé (publiée en 1578 et 1584) et une géographie moderne que constituera l’Atlas. La première édition de l’Atlas paraîtra en 1585 avec les cartes de France, de Suisse, des Pays-Bas espagnols et de l’Allemagne. Italiae, Sclavoniae et Graeciae tabule geographice furent ajoutées pour la deuxième édition de 1589.Après la mort de Mercator, en 1594, l’Atlas a continué à paraître par les soins de son fils Rumold et la collaboration des trois petits-fils de Mercator. La nouvelle édition de 1595 comportera les cartes de l’Orbis terrae et d’Europa par Rumold, Africa et Asia par Gérard junior et America par Michel. En 1604, la famille Mercator vendra les plaques de cuivre de l’Atlas au cartographe et éditeur Jodocus Hondius (1563-1612) qui consacra le reste de sa vie professionnelle à cette entreprise. Il ajoutera trente-six cartes à sa nouvelle édition de 1606. Après sa mort, son fils Jodocus junior continuera à assurer l’édition de l’Atlas, il s’associera avec Johannes Janssonius.

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        De bloedige ende strenge belegeringhe der Stadt Oostende / in Vlaenderen; Van al het voornaemste datter so binnen als buyten gheschit is / aldaer aen weder zijden over de hondert en twintich duysent menschen gebleven zijn.

      - Leiden, Hendrick van Haestens, 1613. 4to. (4 blanco),[ii],174 (& 4 blanco) pp. Met gegraveerd titelvignet, wapenvignet van prins Maurits & 14 dubbele platen. Enkele bladen gedrukt in rood en zwart. Perkamenten spitselband, rugtitel in inkt. (bovenkant voorplat ietsje beschadigd, een enkel klein brandgaatje, hoekje van één blad gerepareerd; enkele oude marginalia in potlood; 19e eeuwse bibliografische aantekening op verso tweede blanco;met het heraldisch ex-libris van de Chevalier A. de Melotte). Zeer goed exemplaar van de zeldzame eerste druk Met opdrachtgedicht aan Maurits van D.Heinsius; het gedicht 'Op het belegh van Oostende' gesigneerd D.H. ook wel toegeschreven aan Grotius (Ter Meulen/Diermanse 275). Gedrukt correctiestrookje op pag.79. Muller, Historieplaten, 1215 en 1215A. First edition of this famous account of the siege of Ostend. A very nice copy with 14 impressive double plates: "Cumulatively, their visual power, strong already in each plate considered separately, builds up to an overwhelming whole which not only ignores, but completely overturns the impartiality of the narrative (.)". Anna Simoni, 'The Ostend Story. Early tales of the great siege and the mediating role of Henrick van Haestens,' 2003. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Lachryma Jobi. Latbyris Sylvestris. Latbyris Narbonensis.

      Eichstatt: , c.1613. Copperplate engraving. Later hand-colour. Plate mark size: 485 × 400 mm. Mounted size: 730 x 640 mm. Good condition. Visible text show through. A wonderful life size botanical print from Basilius Besler's epic work; the 'Hortus Eystettensis'. Besler was a Nuremberg apothecary, commissioned in 1600 by Konrad, the Bishop Prince of Eichstatt, to engrave the contents of his extensive gardens. The resulting 374 plates (illustrating more than a thousand flowers), were arranged according to the yearly seasons. When the book was first published in 1613, it was the largest book ever printed, and the scarce, coloured versions of the prints sold for ten times the price of those sold in black and white. Besler worked on the drawings for almost sixteen years, supervising a team of at least six engravers. The impressive size and scope of these elaborately produced copper engravings certainly make the Hortus Eystettensis one of the most ambitious and stunning botanical publications in the entire history of botanical illustration.

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        Besler, Basilius. - Hortus Eystettensis. - "Huflattich, Kuhschelle, Waldhahnenfuß, Steinbrech".

      Eichstätt und Nürnberg - 1750 1613 - Historische Grafik. Kupferstich, koloriert, um 1700. Von Basilius Besler. 45,0 x 38,0 cm (Darstellung ) / 53,0 x 43,3 cm (Blatt). Aus: Basilius Besler, Hortus Eystettensis (Eichstätt und Nürnberg 1613 - 1750). - Verso mit dem gestochenen Text. Alle Pflanzen unterhalb betitelt: "I Tussilago" (Huflattich), "II Pulsatilla flore coeruleo" (purpurfarbene Kuhschelle), "III Pulsatilla flore albo" (weiße Kuhschelle), "IIII Ranunculus nemorosus albus" (weißer Waldhahnenfuß), "V Saxifraga aurea" (Steinbrech). - Die Arbeit zeigt fünf Pflanzen aus dem Garten in Eichstätt, welcher 1597 im Auftrag vom Bischof von Eichstätt, Johann Konrad von Gemmingen auf dem Gelände der Willibaldsburg in acht Terrassen errichtet wurde. Der Garten wurde über die Landesgrenzen hinaus berühmt und Besler bekam den Auftrag der Veröffentlichung seiner Pflanzenwelt, die fortan zu den Kostbarkeiten der barocken Botanika gehörten. Das Werk umfasste insgesamt 1084 Pflanzendarstellungen, die an Prächtigkeit und Detailgenauigkeit seinerzeit unübertroffen waren. - Guter kräftiger Druck auf Bütten des 18. Jahrhunderts, versehen mit einem sehr ansprechendem Kolorit. Eine horizontale Druckfalte. Gut erhaltenes Exemplar mit Rand. Basilius Besler (1561 Nürnberg - 1629 ebd.). Deutscher Apotheker, Botaniker, Kupferstecher und Verleger. Er führte seine eigene Apotheke ?Zum Marienbild? in Nürnberg und einen botanischen Garten nebst Naturalienkabinett. Berühmt wurde er für seine Veröffentlichnung der Pflanzen im Garten von Eichstätt in dem botanischen Prachtwerk "Hortvs Eystettensis, Sive Diligens Et Accvrata Omnivm Plantarvm, Florvm, Stirpivm, Ex Variis Orbis Terrae Partibvs. (Der Garten von Eichstätt, oder sorgfältige und genaue Aufzeichnung und naturgetreue Darstellung aller jener mit einzigartigem Fleiß aus den verschiedenen Erdteilen zusammengetragenen Pflanzen, Blumen und Bäumen, die in den berühmten Gärten den Bischofssitz daselbst umgeben und dort betrachtet werden können)", das im Auftrag des Fürstbischofs 1613 erstmals erschien. Sprache: Deutsch

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        AMERICA MERIDIONALIS (Amérique du Sud).

      - Carte géographique, feuille de 539 x 448 mm., gravure de 500 x 362 mm., carte gravée issue de l'édition française de l'atlas publié par HONDIUS entre 1613 et 1616 (Koeman 1:112), trace de pli central, 2 déchirures (40 et 20 mm.) restaurées dans une marge, 1 déchirure restaurée sur le pli central (à peine visible), bel exemplaire. L’Atlas de Gérard MERCATOR (1512-1594)Dans sa Chronologia publiée en 1569, Mercator révèle son projet d’écrire un ouvrage cosmologique en cinq parties sur la création du monde et son histoire. La troisième partie consacrée à la géographie devait comprendre une géographie ancienne qui ne fut jamais réalisée, une réédition de la Geographia de Ptolémé (publiée en 1578 et 1584) et une géographie moderne que constituera l’Atlas. La première édition de l’Atlas paraîtra en 1585 avec les cartes de France, de Suisse, des Pays-Bas espagnols et de l’Allemagne. Italiae, Sclavoniae et Graeciae tabule geographice furent ajoutées pour la deuxième édition de 1589.Après la mort de Mercator, en 1594, l’Atlas a continué à paraître par les soins de son fils Rumold et la collaboration des trois petits-fils de Mercator. La nouvelle édition de 1595 comportera les cartes de l’Orbis terrae et d’Europa par Rumold, Africa et Asia par Gérard junior et America par Michel. En 1604, la famille Mercator vendra les plaques de cuivre de l’Atlas au cartographe et éditeur Jodocus Hondius (1563-1612) qui consacra le reste de sa vie professionnelle à cette entreprise. Il ajoutera trente-six cartes à sa nouvelle édition de 1606. Après sa mort, son fils Jodocus junior continuera à assurer l’édition de l’Atlas, il s’associera avec Johannes Janssonius.

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        Iris Pratensis Maior. Visla Matisnalis Flore Purpures. Viola Matisnalis Flore Albo.

      Eichstatt: , c.1613. Copperplate engraving. Later hand-colour. Plate mark size: 485 × 400 mm. Mounted size: 730 x 640 mm. Good condition. Paper toned. A wonderful life size botanical print from Basilius Besler's epic work; the 'Hortus Eystettensis'. Besler was a Nuremberg apothecary, commissioned in 1600 by Konrad, the Bishop Prince of Eichstatt, to engrave the contents of his extensive gardens. The resulting 374 plates (illustrating more than a thousand flowers), were arranged according to the yearly seasons. When the book was first published in 1613, it was the largest book ever printed, and the scarce, coloured versions of the prints sold for ten times the price of those sold in black and white. Besler worked on the drawings for almost sixteen years, supervising a team of at least six engravers. The impressive size and scope of these elaborately produced copper engravings certainly make the Hortus Eystettensis one of the most ambitious and stunning botanical publications in the entire history of botanical illustration.

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        Frisia occidentalis. Per Geradum Mercatorem. Cum Privilegio.':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Gerard Mercator aus Mercator-Hondius Atlas, 1613, 36,5 x 46,5 De Rijke - Frisia Dominium, Kaarten van de provincie Friesland tot 1850, 14 h. - Zeigt Westfriesland vom Dollart bis zur Zuidersee.- Oben links Titelkartusche. - Unten rechts Kartusche mit Meilenzeiger.

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        DELLE NAVIGATIONI ET VIAGGI RACCOLTE DA M. GIO. BATTISTA RAMUSIO, IN TRE VOLUMI DIVISE

      Venice: Appresso i Giunti, 1613. Three volumes. Ten folding or double-page maps and plans (three engraved, seven woodcut), woodcut maps and illustrations within the text. Folio. 20th-century vellum, spine with raised bands, red and brown morocco labels. Two text leaves in third volume (a4 and a5) supplied from slightly shorter copy. Minor worming in upper gutter margin of first volume affecting approximately twenty leaves, without loss of text. Third volume with paper restoration in the lower margin affecting approximately forty leaves (without loss of text). Minor paper loss at lower margin of approximately twenty leaves in third volume (not affecting text). Bottom edges of first and second volumes with early manuscript titling. Overall very good. As is often the case with sets of Ramusio, the present set is a mix of issues: the sixth edition of the first volume, the third edition of the second volume and the rare first edition of the third volume. Ramusio's effort is the first general compilation of narratives of the European exploration of the rest of the world. From John Locke to Henry Harrisse, scholars and bibliographers have praised Ramusio for his choice of material, his care and accuracy in presenting it, and his assiduous sorting of the evidence of the new discoveries. The first editions or first available editions of many of the most important voyages are contained herein, and the set is basic to any collection of voyages. The first volume is devoted to Africa and the East, especially the narratives of early Portuguese exploration, covering De Gama, Alvarez, Barros, and Pigafetta. The maps in the first volume are some of the first engraved maps to appear in any travel book. The second volume describes the journeys of Marco Polo, Varthema's eastern travels, and Persian voyages. Present here is the first edition of the second volume to include an account of Sebastian Cabot. The third volume is entirely devoted to America, and includes accounts of Peter Martyr, Oviedo (whose book XX occupies almost half the volume), Cortès, Cabeça de Vaca, Guzman, Ulloa, Coronado, Fray Marcos di Niza, Xerez, Verrazano, and Cartier. The final section on New France is particularly notable, being an early general publication of Cartier's Canadian experiences. Ramusio's maps are particularly important. The western hemisphere map in the third volume, the product of a collaboration between Ramusio and Oviedo, is the most complete one of its time, even showing Japan as more than one island. The Newfoundland and Hochelaga maps, resulting from Cartier's explorations, are the best early Canadian maps, with the latter being the first printed plan of a town in North America. ADAMS R-139. BORBA DE MORAES, pp.698-99. CHURCH 99. COX p.28. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 613/108, 583/59, 556/38. SABIN 67735, 67738, 67740. STREIT I:337, I:143, I:75.

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        Delle Navigationi et Viaggi raccolte da M. Gio. Battista Ramusio, in tre volumi divise

      appresso i Giunti, Venice 1613 - (12 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches). 10 folding or double-page maps and plans (3 engraved, 7 woodcut), woodcut maps and illustrations within the text. Two text leaves in vol. 3 (a4 and a5) supplied from slightly shorter copy. Minor worming in upper gutter margin of volume one affecting approx. 20 leaves (without loss of text), volume three with paper restoration in the lower margin affecting appro. 40 leaves (without loss of text), minor paper loss at lower margin of approx. 20 leaves in vol. 3 (not affecting text). Bottom edges of vols. 1 and 2 with early manuscript titling. Twentieth century vellum, spine with raised bands, red and brown morocco lettering pieces A fine set of this highly important compilation of world voyages: a cornerstone of any collection of travel books and early Americana. As is often the case with sets of Ramusio, the present set is a mix of issues: the sixth edition of the first volume, the third edition of the second volume and the rare first edition of the third volume. Ramusio's effort is the first general compilation of narratives of the European exploration of the rest of the world. From John Locke to Henry Harrisse, scholars and bibliographers have praised Ramusio for his choice of material, his care and accuracy in presenting it, and his assiduous sorting of the evidence of the new discoveries. The first editions or first available editions of many of the most important voyages are contained herein, and the set is basic to any collection of voyages. The first volume is devoted to Africa and the East, especially the narratives of early Portuguese exploration, covering De Gama, Alvarez, Barros, and Pigafetta. The maps in the first volume are some of the first engraved maps to appear in any travel book. The second volume describes the journeys of Marco Polo, Varthema's eastern travels, and Persian voyages. Present here is the first edition of the second volume to include an account of Sebastian Cabot. The third volume is entirely devoted to America, and includes accounts of Peter Martyr, Oviedo (whose book XX occupies almost half the volume), Cortès, Cabeça de Vaca, Guzman, Ulloa, Coronado, Fray Marcos di Niza, Xerez, Verrazano, and Cartier. The final section on New France is particularly notable, being an early general publication of Cartier's Canadian experiences. Ramusio's maps are particularly important. The western hemisphere map in the third volume, the product of a collaboration between Ramusio and Oviedo, is the most complete one of its time, even showing Japan as more than one island. The Newfoundland and Hochelaga maps, resulting from Cartier's explorations, are the best early Canadian maps, with the latter being the first printed plan of a town in North America. Adams R-139; Borba de Moraes pp.698-99; Church 99; Cox p.28; European Americana 613/108, 583/59, 556/38; Sabin 67735, 67738, 67740; Streit I:337, I:143, I:75. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Francisci Stephani D. A. S[an]cto Ioanne A Saliis Et De Montfvron, Olim In Svmma Apvd Aquenses Cvria Praesidis, Decisiones Vel Eivsdem Cvriae Placita ... / Cvra Et Labore Gabrielis F. D. De Montfvron, In Illa Etiam Cvria Inquisitionum Praesidis in ordinem congestae.

      Lvtetiae Parisorvm [Paris], Byon., 1613. [6] Bl., 556 S., [13] Bl. : Ill. mit einem Kupferstich Porträt der Verfassers. [vermutlch] Süddeutscher Ganzlederband der Zeit mit goldgerägter Heiligendarstellung (Hl. Paulus) auf beiden Deckeln Rankenverzierung, sowie kunstvoll punziertem Ganzgoldschnitt (an Kanten und Rücken etwas berieben, sonst gut. Erster Ausgabe in sehr schönen Wappeneinband. Kolophon Lvtetiae Parisiorvm. Sumptibus Nicolai Bvon, via Iacobaea sub signis S. Claudij & hominis siluestris. M.DC.XVIII. Haec prima Editio ad finem perducta fuit 20. die Februarij, ann. 1618 Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Loci Commvnes D. Petri Martyris Vermilii Florentini sacrarum literarum jn schola Tigurina Professoris:Ex variis ipsius authoris scriptis, in unum librum collecti, & in quatuor Classes distributi. Quàm multa ad priorem editionem accesserint, ex admonitione quam prima pagina exhibebit, facile Lector deprehendet.

      Heidelberg, Johannes Lacellot 1613. (46) 1147 (49) p. Contemporary folding Vellum, Folio (The tekst block is browned throughout. The best known work of Peter Martyr, or Peter Martyr Vermigli 1499-1562. The work was compiled after Martyrs death by Robert Masson and first published 1576. The Loci Communes presents a systematic theology which lays out the Christian doctrine. The work was of great influence and played a vital role in both the Swiss and English Reformation.).

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        Schriftverlic Ia Over de Vraghe, Of de Leer-pointen, die ten huydighen daghe in gheschil ghetrocken vvorden, het Fondament der salicheyt raken ofte niet, Teghen Het onschriftmatich Neen ende zegghen van Zommighe Dat d'opinien van beyde partijen (dat is, Ia ende Neen) bestaen konnen, zo met de waerheyt des Christelicken gheloofs, als met de salicheyt der siele: Bevesticht ende bewesen beyde met vijf-en-veertich Schriftmatighe redenen, als oock met korte weder-legginghe vande Teghen-redenen. Door Adriaen Iorisz. Smout. WAARBIJ: Eendracht Van over de vijftich menigherley Schriften, die Teghen 't Pelaghiaensdom eenighe voor, meest onlangs ende na de Scheuringe der ghenoemde Luthersche, door de Treffelijcste ghereformeerde Kercken ende School-Leeraren, als ooc andere aenzienlijcke vrome Mannen, tot in de vijftich toe, eenssins Gheschreven, ooc onderteyckent, voorts vertaelt, ende in den druc bevordert zijn, in de Voornaemst-vermaerde ghereformeerde Kercken ende Schoolen van Duytschland, Vrancrijck, Engelandt, Schotlandt, Nederlandt, Hungeren, Polen, Pruyssen, Lithuwanien, Italien, etc. Alzoose achter de Voor-reden verteykent staen: Metter tijd by een bhebracht, ende wt het Latijn of ooc andere Talen, in onse Nederduytsche sprake ghezamentlijc overgheset, ende zoo op de Brieven Prosperi ende Hilarij voor Eerst ter Abrwoorde wtghegheven, door Hadrianvm Georgivm Smovtivm. WAARBIJ: Accoort Vande Recht-sinnige Leere der Voorsienicheyt Gods. In 't Latijn Beschreven, door den Godsaligen, ende hoogh-gheleerden Franciscus Gomarus, der heyliger Theologie Doctor ende Professor. Ende tot verbreydinghe der VVaerheyt, ghetrouwelick inde Nederduytsche tale overgheset. WAARBIJ: Tractaet Van Het Recht der Kercke Christi, ende der Christelijcke Overheyt in t' Kerckelijcke, ghestelt by wijse van t'samen-sprekinge ter nadenckinghe op t' Boeck D. Ioh. VVtenbogaerts, ende dierghelijcke Schriften, van ghelijcke Materien handelende, Door Ellardvs van Mehen.

      Schiedam, Adriaen Cornelisz. van Delf/2e werk: Rotterdam, Jan van Waesberghe/3e werk: Delft, Jan Andriesz./4e werk: Harderwijk, Thomas Hendricksz. 1613/1609/1613/1616. 4 werken in 1 band, (12) 154 (1) p., (35) 195 (1) folia., (8) 77, (20) 205 (1) p. Origineel Perkament, 4° (Vochtvlek door het gehele boekblok, de band is op diverse plaatsen gerestaureerd, de eerste titelpagina is verstevigd. Convoluut met 4 zeldzame werken van contra-remonstranten.).

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        Landscape with tree in the center [Topographia variarum regionum; Serie title]

      Landscape with tree in the center, a bridge on the right with two figures on it, two further figures on the bottom left, one with a walking stick, a small church in the left background. Lettered on the bottom:'Math. bril invent. / Hh excudit.' (Hh monogrammed); within margin date:'1613'; on the bottom right '23' Etching on paper with margins; platemark: 109 x 147 mm, total: 132 x 173 mm; state between I and II as described in New Hollstein 125; Burchard 9 OMP Fr (8)

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        La Prattica Universale in Cirugia di M. Giovanni di Vico Genovese. Di nuovo riformata, et dal latino ridotta à la sua vera lettura con le figure in disegno de Semplici nel Settimo Libro; cavate dall'originale de M. Pietro Andrea Matthioli. Appresso vi è un bellissimo Compendio, che tratta dell'istes

      VENEZIA: Appresso Pietro Bertano - Venetia, 1613. Rilegato. DISCRETO. 14,6 20,4. USATO

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        Fantastica visione di Parri da Pozzolatico, moderno [poderaio] in Pandigiullari.

      [Ottaviano Guidoboni], 1613. In-4° (cm. 20), legatura del XX secolo in p. pelle rossa con piatto anteriore inquadrato da cornici in oro e a secco, titolo in oro al dorso, dentelles, risguardi in carta decorata; pp. [8] in ottimo stato con vignetta al frontespizio; carte bianche in fine aggiunte dal legatore G. Bramante di Novara; segni e correzioni antiche. Edizione originale, che differisce dalla contraffazione di Salani del 1866 per via di alcuni errori di stampa, qui tra l'altro anticamente corretti con inchiostro (cfr. Razzolini-Bacchi della Lega 18). «Rarissimo. Per isbaglio di stampa manca nel frontispizio la voce Poderaio» [Gamba 30] che in questo es. è anticamente manoscritta. Il fiorentino Allegri (1560-1629), oltre a proporre una lettera per Dante, si fingeva contadino per cantare il suo amore istintivo e sensuale per una donna. Per il nome dello stampatore cfr. BL Italian 17th cent., I, 22; per l'autore Melzi I, 22. Secondo alcuni il testo faceva coppia con Lettere di Ser Poi Pedante nella Corte de' Donati [A. Bertoloni, Nuova serie de' testi di lingua italiana, 33]. Ottimo esemplare. 

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        A Monument of Remembrance erected in Albion in honor of the magnificent departure from Britannie and honourable receiving in Germany namely at Heidelberge of the two most Nobles Princes Fredericke First Prince of the Imperiall bloud sprung from glorious Charlemaigne Count Palatine of Rhine Duke of Bavier Elector and Arch sewer of the holy Romane Empire and Knight of the Renowned order of the Garter and Elizabeth Infanta of Albion Princesse Palatine and Dutchesse of Bavier the onely Daughter of our most gratious Soveraigne Lord Charles James and of his most Noble and vertuous Wife Queene Anne Both of them being almost in one and the same degree of lineall descent from 25 Emperours of the East and West of Romanes Greekes and Germans and from 30 Kings of divers countries By Iames Maxwell

      The Britwell Court copy of a rare prophetic poem   First Edition. Small 4to. [Text: 190 x 145 mm]. [56]pp. Text lightly browned and with a light dampstain near the end; closed tear [40mm long] from the inner margin of E1-4 neatly repaired. Engraved portrait of Frederick V as King of Bohemia by Crispin vander Passe inserted as a frontispiece. Early 19th-Century plain calf, spine lettered in gilt (joints slightly rubbed). Early 20th-Century dark-blue morocco pull-off box by Riviere. London: by Nicholas Okes, for Henry Bell,

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        Hortus Eystettensis Anemone flore multiplici coccineo colore tenuifolia (&) hortensis flore pleno coccineo variegata latifolia (&) simplex latifolia dilute purpurascens (&) flavo duplicata -

      Nürnberg, , 1613 408 x 498 mm, unter altem Passepartout, 408 x 498 mm Sichtmass , Unten Rechts, unter dem Text ein kleiner Wurmgang sonst In gutem dekorativem Zustand. Handkolorierter Kupferstich auf Bütten aus dem berühmten 'Hortus Eystettensis' des Basilius Besler. Erster Druck, zweite Version mit rückseitigem Text.

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        Hortus Eystettensis – Anemone flore multiplici coccineo colore tenuifolia (&) hortensis flore pleno coccineo variegata latifolia (&) simplex latifolia dilute purpurascens (&) flavo duplicata -

      Nürnberg, , 1613 408 x 498 mm, unter altem Passepartout, 408 x 498 mm Sichtmass , Unten Rechts, unter dem Text ein kleiner Wurmgang sonst In gutem dekorativem Zustand. Handkolorierter Kupferstich auf Bütten aus dem berühmten `Hortus Eystettensis` des Basilius Besler. Erster Druck, zweite Version mit rückseitigem Text. Versand D: 4,50 EUR Kunst, Botanik Hortus Eystettensis Basilius Besler Anemonen Eichstätt Eichstätter Eichstatt Garten Garden Jardin Windröschen

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        Hortus Eystettensis Chrysanthemen - Bellis maior, Chrysanthemum Creticum luteum, Chrysanthemum mixtum -

      Nürnberg, , 1613 408 x 498 mm, unter altem Passepartout, 408 x 498 mm Sichtmass , Mitte Rechts mit einer Quetschfalte. In gutem dekorativem Zustand. Handkolorierter Kupferstich auf Bütten aus dem berühmten 'Hortus Eystettensis' des Basilius Besler. Erster Druck, zweite Version mit rückseitigem Text.

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        Hortus Eystettensis – Chrysanthemen - Bellis maior, Chrysanthemum Creticum luteum, Chrysanthemum mixtum -

      Nürnberg, , 1613 - Handkolorierter Kupferstich auf Bütten aus dem berühmten 'Hortus Eystettensis' des Basilius Besler. Erster Druck, zweite Version mit rückseitigem Text. 408 x 498 mm, unter altem Passepartout, 408 x 498 mm Sichtmass , Mitte Rechts mit einer Quetschfalte. In gutem dekorativem Zustand. 2000 gr

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        Bible Illustration: Christ brought in front of the Judges

      Signed plate with two representations of Christ brought in front of the Judges. Two representations within the same plate. Signed on the bottom:'P.V.BORCHT' and numbered on the right: '61'. Not from the edition of 1613 Etching on paper, with small margins; platemark: 102 x 223 mm, total: 127 x 225 mm; Hollstein 1-100; W 1; Le Bl 9-108

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        Deventer

      Copperplate engraving of the Dutch city of Deventer, as seen from above. With explanatory title above the city and written in a cartouche on the bottom left of the plate: 'LIBERAE ET HANSE- ATICAE VRBIS DAVE TRIE SIS DELINEATI'. The city crest of Zwolle is depicted in the top right corner and a blank crest in the left corner. ca. 1613. Overall size: 29,1 x 38,8 cm; plate size: 24 x 32 cm. Very good state. Some age related discolouration. Handlaid paper with a fold in the middle. This print originates from 'Lodovico Guicciardini, Descrittione di tutti i Paesi bassi (...), Amsterdam, Blaeu, 1613'. This was an influential account of the history and the arts of the Low Countries, accompanied by city maps by various leading engravers. Deys 2001.

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        Galliae tabule geographicae per Gerardum Mercatorem Illustrissimi Ducis Julie Clivie Montis &Cosmographum.

      Hondius, Amsterdam 1613 - En liasse in-folio ( 480x320 mm ) ( sans reliure ).Page de titre en couleurs.Au favorable Lecteur.L'Estat politic du Royaume de France.Rolle et Indice des Tables de la Gaule.Table universelle de la Gaule.22 Cartes en couleurs dont 21 à double pages ( 560x480 mm ).- 1 : De la Gaule universelle.- 2 : Bretaigne, Normandie, &.- 3 : Limosin.- 4 : Xaintonge.- 5 : Aquitaine. Le Royaume d'Arle.- 6 : Provence.- 7 : France, La Vraye Picardie & Champaigne ensemble.- 8 : L'Isle de France, ou le Terroir de Paris.- 9 : Picardie.- 10 : Champaigne.- 11 : Le Pays de Beauvais ou Beauvoisin.- 12 : Boloigne. Le Comté de Bouloigne avec le Comté de Guines & les Baronnies d'arles & de Fiennes.- 13 : Anjou.- 14 : Berry.- 15 : Bourbonnois.- 16 : Poictou.- 17 : Quercy.- 18 : Lorraine Méridionale.- 19 : Lorraine Septentrionale.- 20 : Bourgoigne Duché et Comté de Charolois.- 21 : Bourgoigne Comté. La Haute Bougoigne vulgairement la Franche Comté.Quelques restaurations sans atteintes aux cartes. Anciens Atlas.

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        [1] Historie van t' leven ende de daden van den grooten Tamerlanes (...) uyt het Francoys overgheset door I.L.B. [= J.L. Berewout]. Rotterdam, J.C. Berewout, 1613. [Gebonden met:2] Nederlantsche antiquiteyten met de bekeeringhe van eenighe der selve landen tot het Kersten geloove deur S. Willibrordus [door Richard Verstegen]. Antwerpen, Bellerus, 1613.

      Geheel leren band uit de tijd, [1] (8)+429+(7) pag., [2] (8)+112 pag. Geillustreerd: [1] met portret van Tamerlanes, [2] met gravure van S. Willibrord op de titelpagina en 7 portretten van afgoden in de tekst. Het tweede werk wat kort afgesneden en 1 pagina beschadigd met enig tekstverlies. Het tweede werk heeft twee drempelverzen van P.G. Schurmannus en R.V.[erstegen].

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        L'Adamo, sacra rapresentatione

      Milan: Geronimo Bordoni, 1613. 4to (221 x 165 mm). Engraved title, portrait, one engraved head-piece, one full-page and 38 half-page engravings by Cesare Bassano after Carlo Antonio Procaccini. 17th-century mottled calf, gilt spine. Short repaired tear in title and portrait, portrait slightly short, generally a very attractive copy in a near-contemporary binding. Provenance: purchased from E.P. Goldschmidt, 1962. FIRST EDITION, FIRST ISSUE, containing the portrait found only in some copies. Italian literary scholars have speculated that Andreini's play influenced Milton during his trip to Italy, and is therefore a primary source for Paradise Lost. "The action is grandiose. With the Biblical story which forms the groundwork of the picture are interwoven many extravagances and that spectacular display which so pleased the public" (Joseph Spencer Kennard, The Italian Theatre). The performance included fantastical sets, which are captured in Bassano's engravings after the designs of Carlo Antonio Procaccini. Vinciana called this 5-act play "the most significant work of theatre in the seventeenth century." The son of Francesco and Isabella Andreini, the most famous actors of their age, Andreini also acted, using the name Leylio in his comedic performances in Paris. BL 17th-Century Italian I, p. 32; Brunet I:269; Cicognara 1423; Sander 6381; Vinciana 4125. From the Collection of Arthur & Charlotte Vershbow.

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        Americae ||Das fünfte Buch/ ||Vol schöner unerhörter Historien/ auß ||dem andern theil Ioannis Benzonis von Mey- ||andt gezogen: Von der Spanier Wüten/ beyd ||wider jhre Knecht die Nigriten/ und auch die arme In- ||dianer: wie die Spanier von den Frantzösischen Meer- ||raubern zum offtermal angriffen unnd geplündert wor- ||den/ denn auch/ wie sie erstlich das neuwe Spanien ||erfunden haben .|| Sampt kurtzer und nützlicher erklerung der Historien/|| bey jedem Capitel.|| Auch einer schönen Landtaffel/ deß neuwen Spa-||nien in America.|| Alles mit schönen und kunstreiche Kupfferstücken und de-||ren angehenckten erklärungen/ an tag geben/ durch Die-||terich von Bry/ Bürger in Franckfurt am Mayn.

      Johann Theodor (Dietrich) de Bry, Frankfurt am Main 1613 - Small Folio. 115, folded map, 2nd title page, xxii plates. Rebound in brown leather with raised bands on spine, housed in burgundy clamshell box with gilt decorative ruling and lettering on black leather label of cover. Full page copperplate engraving framing printed title page lettering with MDXCV in handwriting underneath and "Cum privilegio S.C. Maiestatis" printed at foot of the title page proper. Engraving of Christopher Columbus as headpiece on page three (6 x 5"). Decorative woodcut initials, historiated head and endpieces. Double page of engraved map "Hispaniae Novae Sive Magnae, Recens Et Vera Descriptio 1595" (Burden 79) bound in between pages four and five. 2nd title page with historiated headpiece and vignette printed by Erasmus Kempffer, Frankfurt am Mayn, 1613, followed by twenty two copperplate engravings (6 1/4 x 7 3/4") with headlines, decorative initials and descriptive text.The stories describing encounters with indigenous peoples are illustrated on the XXII plates at rear, including a revolt of the population of the island S. Dominicae against the Spanish in 1512, the segregation of African slaves on the island Hispaniola, the first permanent European settlement in the Americas, to an area called Guinea, punishment of the slaves for lack of productivity in the mines, skirmishes with French pirates in 1543, pillaging of the city of Chioera on Cuba by the French in 1556, commerce with indigenous people, American Indians called Caribes on the warpath against the Spanish, detailing their warfare practices and beliefs, handling of a famine by the Spaniard Didacus Gottierez in 1540, Ferdinandus Sotto's confrontation with native Americans in Florida, Benzonis encounters in Nicaragua and others.In this history of the New World "Americae pars quinta" by Girolamo Benzoni "De Bry relied on the earlier German translation by Nicolaus Höniger (Geneva 1582-83), with elaboration by Urbain Chauveton. Dedicated to Landgrave Maurice of Hesse-Kassel." (Michiel van Groesen, The Representation of the Overseas World in the De Bry Collection of Voyages (1590-1634), page 397).When comparing our 2nd edition (1613) with digital copies of the 1st edition (1595) at the Bayrische Staatsbibliothek (BSB) and the 2nd edition (1613) at Brown University we have noticed following differences: our 2nd edition begins with title page and "Vorrede" following the 1595 first edition at BSB. Thereafter our copy is identical to the 1613 edition at Brown University. The BSB copy has a 2nd identical 1595 title page inserted after page 115, preceding the XXII engravings, whereas our copy features the 1613 title page printed by Erasmus Kempffer with Johann Dietherich de Bry credited as publisher. The undated illustrated title pages of the 1595 and 1613 editions can be distinguished by variant line breaks, i.e. the word Indianer is separated and printed "In-" at the end of line six and "dianer: wie" starting line 7 in the 1595 edition. In the 1613 edition "dianer: wie" is moved to the end of the sixth line that way bringing together the word Indianer. In addition, in our copy the layout compared to the BSB copy shows variant line breaks throughout as well as differnet designs for initials, head and endpieces following the "Vorrede" ending on page 6. The copy at the Brown University Library ("This work has been identified as the sole issue of the second edition of part five of the German edition of the Great voyages by Church") is identical to our copy, including misnumbered pages, except for the placement of the map and the first title page plus "Vorrede" as described above.Text in German. Map is missing app. one to 1 to 1.5" at left, right and bottom border, missing scales and lettering at edges, scale, lettering and lower part of the illustrations at bottom. It is tipped in on a tab between pages 4 and 5 with quarter inch covering text on page 4 at right, page 5 at left margin. Page 57 misnumbered 115, 76 misnumbered 67. Title page and map reinforced on [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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