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2018-09-28 07:50:23
Horatius Flaccus, Quintus
Lvtetiae i.e. Paris: ex typographia Rob. Stephani, 1613.
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [Saint Paul, Minnesota, US]
2018-09-26 00:03:10
Condition: Very Good. See description for condition details. 1613 King James Bible, as printed by Robert Baker in London. Both old and new testaments are dated 1613, making this historically significant. The bible is bound in mixed boards, probably 18th century. Internally the book is in incredible condition given it's age, and is complete but for the genealogies and map which are not included. Please see the pictures for a more complete idea of the books condition. Some minor tears to a few pages. This was recently identified by Adrian Harrington rare books as a Darlow & Moule #250. Please see the pictures for further information, as i'm sure readers of this listing already know what they are looking at. Viewing the book is invited by prior appointment. Please contact me if you would like to see it. Item can be shipped or collected, depending on what is the preference of the buyer. Open to offers as well. Address if needed to be viewed is in sussex, ask for details if you want to see in person.
Bookseller: llewington [Keith, GB]
2018-09-25 17:50:19
King James
London England: Robert Barker, 1613. Good Condition, See Discription. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: learnaboutgod [Midlothian, Virginia, US]
2018-09-24 23:08:43
CHAMPLAIN, Samuel de (1567-1635)
Paris: Chez Pierre Le-Mur, 1613. Engraved map of Gloucester, Massachusetts, from 'Les Voyages dv Sievr de Champlain', in excellent condition, map size: 6 x 9 1/2 inches, sheet size: 8 1/4 x 10 inches. A highly important map by Samuel de Champlain, one of a series of the very first printed sea charts of North America This is a highly important map of what is now known as Stage Harbor, near Chatham, on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Philip Burden describes it as "one of the finest in the series" of what were the very first printed sea charts of North America, devised by the great explorer Samuel de Champlain. It is also the earliest map of this region. From 1605 to 1606, Champlain explored the Massachusetts coast in search of a location to build a settlement that might be even better than the existing French base of Port Royal, that was established in the spring of 1605 in Nova Scotia. Champlain's pinnace sailed into what later became known as Gloucester Harbor in September, 1606. The party stayed in the port for a few days, and found the location to be physically most agreeable for a potential settlement. However, they soon found the disposition of the indigenous peoples to be remarkably hostile, a problem that would ultimately drive the Frenchman away from the region all together. The harbour dominates the centre of the map, which is protected by a long narrow peninsula. Champlain's ship is shown anchored in the middle of the bay, at the head of a trail of depth soundings that lead to the mouth of the bay, where the map is adorned with an elegant compass rose. Num … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA) [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-09-24 23:08:43
CHAMPLAIN, Samuel de (1567-1635)
Paris: Chez Pierre Le-Mur, 1613. Engraved map of Stage Harbor, from 'Les Voyages dv Sievr de Champlain', in excellent condition, map size: 6 x 9 1/2 inches, sheet size: 8 1/4 x 9 3/4 inches. A highly important map by Samuel de Champlain, and one of a series of the very first printed sea charts of North America This is a highly important and early map of what is now known as Stage Harbor, near Chatham, on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. It is one of a series of the very first printed sea charts of North America, devised by the great explorer Samuel de Champlain. From 1605 to 1606, Champlain explored the Massachusetts coast in search of a location to build a settlement that might be even better than the existing French base of Port Royal, that was establish in the spring of 1605 in Nova Scotia. In October, 1606 Champlain's pinnace became trapped on the shoals while rounding Cap Blanc (Cape Cod). The damaged ship made it down to Stage Harbor where for two weeks the men worked to repair the rudder of the ship. The local Monomoyick tribe did not take kindly to their presence, with the result that a few French sailors were killed. By this point, the ship had been repaired and Champlain ordered a hasty departure. The party then explored Nantucket Sound, but on their way back north they decided to visit the bay again to take revenge on the natives. However this sortie was unsuccessful, resulting in a few more Frenchmen losing their lives. Champlain then left the region for the relative security of Port Royal. Why the name 'port. fortuné' was given to such an improvident location … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA) [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-09-21 05:35:30
BESLER, BASILIUS
IRISSEN UIT DE 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 Eichst?tt. De bisschop had de enige belangrijke Europese botanische tuin buiten Itali?. Besler had 16 jaar nodig om de tuin in Eichst?tt 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 luxe versie werd verkocht voor het exorbitante bedrag van 500 florijnen. De Hortus volgt de vier seizoenen, waarin eerst de bloei en daarna de vruchtvormingsfases worden afbeeld. Prijs: Euro2.150,- (incl. lijst).
Bookseller: Inter-Antiquariaat Mefferdt & De Jonge [Netherlands]
2018-09-16 09:01:55
Botanik - Blumen - Pflanzen - Pomologie
Eichstätt, 1613. Nissen, BBI, 158; Pritzel 745; Hunt 430. - Darstellung einer Schachbrettblume sowie Tulpe und Bär-Lauch. Druck auf Bütten. Aus: Hortus Eystettensis, sive diligens et accurata omnium plantarum, florum, stirpium, ex variis orbis terrae partibus. - Mit auf die Rückseite des vorhergehenden Blattes gedrucktem Text. - Kräftiger Kupferabdruck. Mit breitem weißen Rand. Am unteren rechten Eckrand Wasserfleck, sonst sauber erhalten Teilkolor. Blumen-Kupferstich
Bookseller: Buch & Kunst Antiquariat Flotow GmbH [Ottobrunn, Germany]
2018-09-10 19:02:46
London: Robert Barker, 1613. VERY RARE FIRST EDITION 1612 KING JAMES 'hee' Bible The 1612 was the first edition of the KJB to be printed in the quarto size for personal use, and was the first to use Roman type. As it was preceded only by the 1611 folio or pulpit size edition, the very early 1612 printings still contained the printer's typos - including 'hee' at Ruth 3:15 and 'Emorite' instead of Amorite at Genesis 10:16, as this one does. Because they were meant for personal use and thus heavily used, (much more so than the folio edition) most of the relatively very few copies of this very first printing that have survived are in rough condition and missing some, if not all of the preliminary pages. This one is complete! A correct original John Speed's map of Canaan from another 1612 First Edition is included. That means that ALL of the preliminaries are present in this bible - making this a quite rare 407 year old survivor! This is Herbert #313, and is dated 1612 on the general title, 1612 on the New Testament title page, 1612 at the end of Revelation and 1612 on the title to 'Psalmes Collected into English' - for a total of 4 times! (Unlike some others on Ebay), this is a TRUE 1612 printed and originally bound in 1612! Condition: See pictures - Well used with expected edge chipping, especially to the preliminary and final pages , some with minor text loss. Damp stains as well as darkening. Part of the 'Psalms Collected' is mistakenly bound in between James 4 and 1 Peter. Remarkably few ink inscriptions on text pages, however typical inscriptions on blank pages - One is a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: rod67 [Union, Maine, US]
2018-09-10 01:36:05
Gervase Markham
printed by T[homas]. S[nodham]. for Iohn Browne, and are to be sould at his shop in Saint Dunstanes Church-yard. The English Husbandman. The First Part: Contayning the Knowledge of the true Nature of every Soyle within this Kingdome: how to Plow it; and the manner of the Plough, and other Instruments belonging thereto, first edition, 1613. Contains three parts, the last being The Pleasure of Princes on fishing.A few leaves with minor fraying, title browned, contemporary limp vellum, browned and soiled, [Fussell pp.31-32; Poynter 21.1; STC 17355]title, lxx 132pp, blank, xvi, 105pp, ii, 51pp with woodcut illustrations, head-pieces and decorative initials.Very Good copy of a rare work. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Finecopy ABA [Westbury, WILTS, United Kingdom]
2018-09-09 17:18:58
FORBES, PATRICK
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.).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Roo [Netherlands]
2018-09-01 12:54:58
CESARE RIPA.
Siena, Heredi di Matteo Florimi, 1613 Bound, half-leather, marbled boards, 19th century binding, 436+410+12 pp., 16x23cm., many ills., good condition. Spine a bit loose, some foxing. ¶ Early Italian edition of this famous work on chivalry. Nicely illustrated with numerous woodcuts. Rebound in a 19th century binding. The poor binding is a bit loose, the book itself and its woodcut-illustrations are in fine condition.
Bookseller: Erik Tonen Books [BE]
2018-08-30 16:02:34
RAMUSIO, Giovanni Battista
Venice, Giunta, 1613. Folio. 3 vols. ff. I) (iv) 394; II) 256, 90; III) (iv) 430. Roman letter, with Italic. Woodcut printer’s device to t-ps and last of II) and III), over 40 woodcut illustrations of inhabitants, flora and fauna of Asia, Africa and America, 12 woodcut or copperplate maps (10 fold-out including Brazil, Cuzco and Sumatra), decorated initials. Slight mainly marginal foxing or faint dampstaining, little light age browning, the odd thumb or ink mark. Very good copies, on thick paper and of fine impression, in early vellum over pasteboards, rebacked and recornered c1900, traces of ties, gilt lettered morocco label. Remarkably crisp and clean copies of one of the most important collections of voyages and discoveries, beautifully illustrated. As here, most recorded sets are composed of different editions and those like this featuring the most complete editions of each of the individual volumes are rare. 1583 is the first complete (and augmented) edition of vol. 2, and 1606 and 1613 the only complete ones of vols. 1 and 3 (Brunet, IV, 1100-1101), adding for example the travels of Barents and Federici for the first time. Born in Treviso, Giovanni Battista Ramusio (1485-1557) worked as secretary and envoy to Alvise Mocenigo, having access to the latest information on expeditions and travels of exploration reaching Venice from abroad. First published by Ludovico Giunta in three separate volumes between 1550 and 1565, ‘Delle navigationi’ was a collection of the first-hand Portuguese, Spanish, Greek, Dutch (all translated in the Italian vernacular) and Italian accounts … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2018-08-20 23:52:27
HESIODUS.
1613. Leiden (Lugduni Batavorum), Ex Officina Ioannis Patij, Iurati & Ordinarii Academiae Typographi, Prostant in Bibliopolio Commeliniano, 1613. 8vo. 2 parts in 1. (XXXVIII),(2 blank),1-204,(2, second title),205-312,(3),(3 blank) p. Vellum 18.5 cm (Ref: STCN ppn 059312521; Hoffmann 2,249; Graesse 3,263; Ebert 9599) (Details: 6 thongs laced through both joints. First title in red and black. Woodcut printer's mark on the title, it depicts Pallas Athena standing in an archway, at her feet the coat of arms of Leiden. Greek text with opposing Latin translation. The second part contains Heinsius' 'Introductio' and his 'notae, emendationes & observationes in Hesiodum') (Condition: Vellum soiled and scratched. Small wormhole in lower margin not affecting the text. Paper yellowing) (Note: Hesiodus from Askra, a small town in Boiotia, born ca. 775 BC, is one of Greek's oldest poets. His poems are in Homeric hexameters and show his interest in ethics and systematization. His work was known throughout antiquity to rhapsodes, scholars and schoolboys. The Byzantines compiled scholia from ancient commentaries for elucidation. The Renaissance did not quite appreciate him. Until 1667 ca. 18 editions of his 'opera omnia' were published, not much. Hesiod's reception chiefly concerns myths and the motifs that he provides, and these motifs certainly appealed to mythographers, historians of religion, poets and painters. 'Hesiodic details of myth saturate European epic and mythopoeic writings, perhaps most spectacular in Dante, Milton, Blake (...) who make much of Hesiod's infernal regions, his … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Fragmenta Selecta [AMSTERDAM, Netherlands]
2018-08-18 01:03:00
Manrique, Angel
Pedro Patricio Mey, 1613. In-4º. [16], 549, [45] p. Bound in contemporary full vellum, with title in manuscript on spine, red edges. Ángel Manrique (Burgos, 1577 - Badajoz, 1649). Religious Cistercian, bishop and Spanish architect. He was born in Burgos of illustrious family in 1577. He was professor of cousin of Salamanca, preacher of the King, general of his order, bishop of Badajoz. Famous for several writings and in particular for the Cistercian Annals. He studied mathematics, also, for pleasure, architecture and made the design of the famous staircase of the San Bernardo school in Salamanca. It is between four walls and without an abutment on the one end it supports slabs of notable size by supporting only the same cut in the form of voussoirs. This arbitrary is usually used where there is little space and an unavoidable staircase is needed but the main stairs, ask for the reason to be executed so that it does not seem to be sustained by a miracle.1 The year of 1649 passed away. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Chaco 4ever Books [CABA, CABA, Argentina]
2018-08-13 12:35:01
Gräter, Philipp
M. Jacob Winter, Laugingen (Lauingen), 1613. 8°. 4 Bll., 755 S Wenig dekorativer späterer Pergamenteinband (wahrsch. 19. Jahrh.), Titel auf Rücken handschriftl. von alter Hand. (Mit frischen Vorsatzbll. in jüngerer Zeit restauriert bzw. stabilisiert. Titelseite mit Holzschnitt-Porträt Luther etw. eingerissen. Die ersten und letzten 50 Seiten tlw. wasserrandig, sonst weniger fleckig. Wenige Anstreichungen und Marginalien von alter Hand). Philipp Gräter (1540-1612), 1601-1612 Evangelischer Propst in Herbrechtingen. Zuvor Pfarrer in Nagold. Sohn des Dr. Kaspar Gräter, Hofprediger Herzog Ulrichs. VD17 39:129246N. Bucher Lauinger Drucke 466. Frühe und sehr seltene Ausgabe von Luthers Schriften mit Kommentar.
Bookseller: Aegis Buch - und Kunstantiquariat [Germany]
2018-08-13 00:18:08
Judenverordnung.:
Frankfurt, J. Saur 1614. Mit Wappenholzschnitt auf dem zweiten Titelblatt und 2 Textholzschnitten. 41 S. Geheftet. Folio. Kreutzberger, Kat. Leo Baeck Institut I, A 976: "Zweiter Abdruck der ältesten Stättigkeit der Frankfurter Juden. Der erste Abdruck, erschienen im gleichen Jahr, ebenfalls bei Saur, erfolgte als `Raubdruck`, ohne Genehmigung des Rates, und wurde daher wieder von ihm eingezogen." Dazu berichtigend sei ergänzt, dass Kreutzberger hier etwas irrt: Der erste Abdruck erschien bereits 1613. Bemerkenswert hier das Titelblatt, das einen schematischen Ring darstellt, der die erste gedruckte Darstellung einer an der Kleidung zu tragenden diffamierenden Kennzeichnung jüdischer Mitbürger ist. Die beiden kleinen Textholzschnitte stellen sog. Judenhüte dar. Auf S. 23 eine Liste der in der Frankfurter Judengasse ansässigen Familien. - Mit dem Anhang äußerst selten! Bücher de
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski [DE]
2018-08-04 16:53:35
Du Bartas, Guillaume de Salluste
Printed at London by Humfrey Lownes. 1613. "Now fourthly corr. & augm." [4th edition]. [32], 697, [4], 698-819, [47], 87, [9]pp Engraved title page. With separate and dated title page to work "The history of Judith.Englished by Tho. Hudson." STC 21652 Full new best calf, raised bands and label. Title page has been strengthened at the top with no loss, Some minor marks otherwise a very good and crisp copy of this famous work, in verse. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Butler Rare Books [Milton Keynes, BUCKS, United Kingdom]
2018-08-02 02:04:50
May, John
May's expose of the vast corruption in England's wool trade, prompting James I's attempted reform with five royal proclamations issued within the year, to fail entirely "caus[ing] the largest depression in the cloth trade that England had ever seen". Modern calf, light browning, repairs to the title and two other leaves and some staining (mainly marginal; no text affected); the Taussig copy. Printed by Adam Islip, London, 1613.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2018-08-01 05:49:14
May John
Printed by Adam Islip, London, 1613. Modern calf, light browning, repairs to the title and two other leaves and some staining (mainly marginal; no text affected); the Taussig copy May's expose of the vast corruption in England's wool trade, prompting James I's attempted reform with five royal proclamations issued within the year, to fail entirely "caus[ing] the largest depression in the cloth trade that England had ever seen" [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc., member ABAA [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2018-07-24 13:43:27
Finch, Henry. John Sparrow's copy
1613. London, 1613. First edition. John Sparrow's copy. "A Pioneer Book of the Institutes of English Law" Finch, Sir Henry [1558-1625]. NOMOTEXNIA, Cestascavoir, Un Description del Common Leys Dangleterre Solonque les Rules del Art. Parallelees Oue les prerogatives le Roy. Ouesque Auxy le Substance & Effect de les Estatutes (Disposes en Lour Proper Lieux) Per le Quels le Common Ley est Abridge, Enlarge, Ou Ascunment Alter, Del Commencement de Magna Charta Fait 9.H.3 Tanque a Cest Jour. London: Printed for the Societie of Stationers, 1613. [viii], 149 ff. Folio (11-1/4" x 7-1/2"). Contemporary limp vellum with yapp edges, gilt panels with central arabesques to covers, gilt fillets, ornaments and faint early hand-lettered title to spine, silk ties. Light rubbing to extremities, spine ends bumped, hinges cracked, text block loose, later armorial morocco bookplate of James P.R. Lyell and more-recent bookplate of John Sparrow to front pastedown. Light toning to text, slightly heavier in places. An attractive copy with an appealing provenance. $4,500. * First edition. Like Bacon, Finch recognized the need for a book of Institutes in the manner of Justinian. Well-arranged and clearly written, the NOMOTEXNIA was both a landmark in the history of English legal publishing and the standard elementary textbook before Blackstone's Commentaries. As Holdsworth observes, it also influenced "the form and arrangement of Blackstone's Commentaries; and, through Blackstone's Commentaries, the form and arrangement of the chief institutional book of English law at the present day." Our copy had t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2018-07-21 07:57:41
Low, Charles Rathbone.
1613. 8vo. 2 vols. XX, (8), 541, (1) pp. (final page of appendix erroneously bound at rear of vol. II). VI, 596 pp. Modern half calf over marbled boards, giltstamped labels to spine. The only published detailed history of the British Navy and its engagement with the Arabs of the Gulf. Covers specifically the British naval power in the Near and Middle East from the earliest days of the East India Company until its abolition in 1863. Forms the basis for studies of campaigns and exploration wherever the Bombay Marine operated: in the Red Sea, the Persian Gulf, the Arabian Sea, the Laccadives, Maldives and west coast of India, the Andamans, Java and Burma. Of primary importance as a record of the history of the British presence in the Gulf, where the Bombay Marine served as police force, mail carrier, ethnographer, surveyor and, when necessary, strike force for over three centuries - in particular in the period when British relations with the Gulf sheikhdoms were being consolidated. Includes detailed accounts of hydrographic surveys by the Indian Navy, including those in the Gulf. Never surpassed as a history of the maritime arm of India's foreign policy. - A finely preserved copy. Macro 1492. NMM V, 2273.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [Austria]
2018-07-18 06:49:52
Camoes, Luis Vaz de. [Camoens].
Por Pedro Crasbeek,, Em Lisboa, 1613. FIRST EDITION ANNOTATED OF THE MOST IMPORTANT POETIC-EPIC PORTUGUESE TEXT. En las hojas de preliminares contiene la considerada "primera" biografía de Camoens, escrita por Pedro de Mariz persona cercana a su tiempo y de la que se tienen en alto valor auténtico sus informes documentales en la redacción de la biografía. Esta primera edición del poema comentado desarrolla y describe con detalle todas las palabras y nombres con fondo histórico o geográfico, sobre todo lo relacionado con la India y el viaje de Vasco de Gama en 1497-1499; la época de los descubrimientos y el asentamiento portugués en Asia. Incluye mucha información sobre la América española. El poema épico Os Lusiadas publicado por vez primera en Lisboa, 1572, fue un gran suceso literario, en unos pocos años se reedito hasta siete veces, siendo la edición de 1613 la octava del total, es pues muy cercana a la primera edición, y aunque representada con ejemplares en algunas de las bibliotecas públicas o nacionales de Europa, y en las principales de las universitarias americanas, en comercio se presenta muy pocas veces, aún más un ejemplar como el que ofrecemos. Luis Vaz de Camoens (Lisboa 1525 – 1580) Poeta. Miembro de la pequeña nobleza, frecuentó la sociedad cortesana de Lisboa. Estudia en Coimbra y combate de joven en Marruecos donde perdió el ojo derecho. Como consecuencia de una disputa estuvo en prisión y poco tiempo después se embarcó para la India. Estuvo en Goa, en el Golfo Pérsico, en la Conchichina y en Macao. En un naufragio perdió toda su fortuna y solo pudo salvar … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Llibreria Antiquària Delstres [Canet de Mar, BCN, Spain]
2018-07-17 17:07:54
Diago, Francisco
Pedro Patricio Mey. VALENCIA, 1613. Tomo primero y único publicado. 31x22 cm. Portada + 7h.+392 fol. + 14 h.Encuadernación antigua en pleno pergamino. Alguna página oscurecida. Estado de conservación Bueno. Viñetas y capitales. Alguna anotación al margen. Cortes decorados(Palau 71636) [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: LLIBRERIA RODES [BARCELONA, Spain]
2018-07-16 21:37:41
Maria de Otalora Asurduy
1613. In-4º. 47 manuscript leaves on vellum. Decorative gilt initial letter with details in red and blue at the beginning; decorative borders throughout. Some minor age toning. Beautiful binding in full contemporary Spanish calf richly ornamented with gilt designs all over the boards and gilt on spine. Maria de Otalora Asurduy married Luis Hernández Barja, one of the conquerors of Peru and particularly of the Chiriguano Indians, they had only one son Juan Otalora Barja that we know was born in Potosi Bolivia was licensed from the Council of His Majesty, hearer of Panama, Lawyer of the Hearing of Lima. He married in Lima Peru with Ana Maria Vargas in 1610. "Archivo General de Indias: Patronato, 137, N. 1, R. 4". Nobility letter with importance for the history of the conquest of southern America [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Chaco 4ever Books [CABA, BS AS, Argentina]
2018-07-03 10:58:26
MAUROLICO Francesco (1494-1575)
APUD LODOVICUM HURILLION, LUGDUNI, 1613. Legatura del XX secolo in piena pergamena rigida, autore in oro su tassello chiaro al dorso; tagli blu, guardie sostituite. 8 pagine non numerate compreso il frontespizio con titolo e marca tipografica silografata di Barthélemy Vincent; 94-(2b.) pagine numerate; all'interno, alcuni capolettera e fregi tipografici   e numerosi diagrammi incisi nel testo. SECONDA RARA EDIZIONE, la prima venne pubblicata a Napoli nel 1611 sotto il titolo di "Photismi de lumine". Cfr. Sarton: ?the best optical book of the Renaissance?.  Lindberg: Theories of Vision from Al-Kindi to Kepler, p.178:    "for the first time in the West an adequate geometrical theory of the camera obscura".  Unipi.it, A cura di Ken'ichi Takahashi e Riccardo Bellè:  "L'opera inizia con quattro definizioni e cinque supposita. Alle supposizioni genuinamente mauroliciane, ne viene aggiunta una sesta da Clavio. Seguono 35 teoremi che possiamo --- per comodità espositiva --- suddividere in due parti: la prima, costituita dai teoremi I--XXII, dedicata allo studio del comportamento della luce diretta, la seconda (XXIII--XXXV) allo studio della riflessione della luce. Possiamo individuare relativamente alla prima sezione tre argomenti principali (relativi, come detto, all'analisi del comportamento della luce diretta): ? Illuminazione (Teoremi I--VII): troviamo il primo tentativo di quantificazione dell'illuminazione, cioè un tentativo di determinare la quantità di luce che gli oggetti ricevono, in base alla loro estensione o alla loro posizione e distanza rispetto alla fonte luminosa. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Il Cartiglio [TORINO, TO, Italy]
2018-06-28 09:10:12
Neumayr von Ramssla, Johann Wilhelm:
Jena, Cröker 1734. 431 S., 4 Bll. HPrgt. d. Zt. Jantz 1880. - Zweite Ausgabe dieser erstmals 1620 erschienenen Beschreibung einer 1613-14 erfolgten klassischen Bildungsreise durch Frankreich, England und die Niederlande. "Schon wegen seiner vollständigen Routen- u. Städtebeschreibungen eine willkommene Ergänzung der Itinera jener Zeit" (ADB XXIII, 542). - Wenig gebräunt. Vorderer Vorsatz mit 2 Exlibris u. eingeklebten Notizen. Bücher de
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski [DE]
2018-06-24 03:36:13
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Plantiniana, 1613. Full-Vellum. Large 8Vo. Bilblia Hebraica cum Interlineari interpretazione Latina Xantis Pagnini Lucencis Qua quidem interpretatio, cum ab Hebraicarum dictionum proprietate discedit, sensum videlicet, magis quam verba exprimens, in margine libri est colocata; atque alia Ben. Ariae Montani Hispalensis, aliorumq collato studio e verbo reddita ac diverso characterum genere distincta, in eius locum est substituta. Accessit Bibliorum pars quae Hebraica non reperitut, item Tetamentum Novum Greace, cum vulgata interpretatione Latina, Greaci contextus lineis inserta. EX OFFICINA PLANTININA RAPHELENGII 1613 (NP). LIV- 659 + 763 pp. Part I-IIIContemporary overlapping, full vellum, with later title piece in red Morocco. Not just aTypographic masterpiece by this renowned printing office. Condition: Fine.
Bookseller: Quist Antiquarian [Netherlands]
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2018-06-16 15:48:00
MARTYR, PETER
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.).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat de Roo (NVvA, ILAB) [Netherlands]
2018-06-02 06:28:32
Montemayor, Jorge de.
[Bilingual French / Castellan]. Paris, De l'imprimerie d'Anthoine du Brueil, 1613. Small Octavo. Engraved titlepage, [6], 347, [21] pages. [Pagecount of 347 is incorrect and should be 694 because only every second page is imprinted with progressing numeration]. Hardcover / Half - leather of the 19th century. Binding in poor condition. Bookblock and interior in very good and firm condition. Faded dampstain to text only. Very RARE !! Jorge de Montemor (Spanish: Jorge de Montemayor) (1520 - 26 February 1561) was a Portuguese novelist and poet, who wrote almost exclusively in Spanish. His most famous work is a pastoral prose romance, the Diana (1559). He was born at Montemor-o-Velho (near Coimbra), whence he derived his name, the Spanish form of which is Montemayor. He seems to have studied music in his youth, and to have gone to Spain in 1543 as chorister in the suite of the Portuguese Infanta Maria, first wife of Philip II. In 1552 he went back to Portugal in the suite of the Infanta Juana, wife of João Manuel, Prince of Portugal, and on the death of this prince in 1554 returned to Spain. He is said to have served in the army, to have accompanied Philip II to England in 1555, and to have travelled in Italy and the Low Countries; but it is certain that his poetical works were published at Antwerp in 1554, and again in 1558. His reputation is based on a prose work, the Diana, a pastoral romance published about 1559. Shortly afterwards Montemor was killed in Piedmont, apparently in a love affair; a late edition of the Diana gives the exact date of his death. The Diana is genera … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Woodpecker Books [Ireland]
2018-05-22 18:06:22
RAMUS, Petrus
Leyden: Ex Officina Platiniana, 1613. Later edition. With the Plantin printer's device on the title. Later full calf; in superb condition. From the Lehmann library of mathematics and logic.
Bookseller: B & L Rootenberg Rare Books, ABAA [Sherman Oaks, CA, U.S.A.]
2018-05-21 13:10:05
MALETTO PIETRO FRANCESCO
Giovanni Antonio Seghino, Torino. Torino (1613) - Giovanni Antonio Seghino. 1 vol. in-4° (203 mm x 151 mm). [16], 168, [8] p.; elaborato frontespizio calcografico. Mezza pelle settecentesca o di poco posteriore (lievi usure). Antichi ritocchi a penna del ritratto al frontespizio (un po' "stanco" in quanto stampato su carta sottile). Piccola gora al margine esterno; una macchia sbiadita alle ultime due carte. Rara biografia di Amedeo IX, terzo duca di Savoia (Thonon-les-Bains, 1º febbraio 1435 - Vercelli, 30 marzo 1472). Size: 1 vol. in-4° (203 mm x 151 mm) [Attributes: Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: ARCHETYPON STUDIO BIBLIOGRAFICO [Susa, TO, Italy]
2018-05-21 13:09:52
MALETTO PIETRO FRANCESCO
Giovanni Antonio Seghino, Torino. Torino (1613) - Giovanni Antonio Seghino. 1 vol. in-4° (203 mm x 151 mm). [16], 168, [8] p.; elaborato frontespizio calcografico. Mezza pelle settecentesca o di poco posteriore (lievi usure). Antichi ritocchi a penna del ritratto al frontespizio (un po' "stanco" in quanto stampato su carta sottile). Piccola gora al margine esterno; una macchia sbiadita alle ultime due carte. Rara biografia di Amedeo IX, terzo duca di Savoia (Thonon-les-Bains, 1º febbraio 1435 - Vercelli, 30 marzo 1472). Size: 1 vol. in-4° (203 mm x 151 mm) [Attributes: Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: ARCHETYPON STUDIO BIBLIOGRAFICO [Susa, TO, Italy]
2018-05-19 21:44:54
SIDNEY, Sir Philip.:
London, imprinted by H[umphrey] L[ownes] for Mathew Lownes, 1613. Actually the sixth edition, 1613. Small folio bound in sixes, approximately 280 x180 mm, 11 x 7 inches, LACKS THE FIRST AND LAST BLANK PAGES, LEAVES: 332-3 & 482-3, (inserted leaves, see Copac and ESTC S102208), NOW SUPPLIED IN FACSIMILE ON OLD PAPER. Pictorial woodcut title page, ornamental head- and tailpieces and decorated initials. Pages: [4], 1-471; Sonnets 472-490; Defence of poesy 491-518; Astrophel and Stella 519-569; A Masque 570-576, some misnumbering. Bound in half calf, marbled boards, gilt lettered label to spine, new endpapers. Shelf wear to edges, small repair to top, bottom and inner margins of title page, nowhere near text, a few small ink doodles on title page, occasional pale staining to margins, pale foxing and a few small ink splashes here and there, horizontal shallow crease to first 28 pages, 2 small holes to text, 1 with loss of a few letters, 2 short closed tears to 2 lower margins, nowhere near text, a small amount of worming to margins of last page not affecting text, tip of one lower corner missing, small old ink notes to two top corners, otherwise a very good tight copy. See: Carew Hazlitt, Hand Book to the Popular, Poetical and Dramatic Literature of Great Britain, page 557, (f); William Jaggard, Shakespeare Bibliography, page 632. One of two imprint variants. A resetting, page for page, of the 1605 edition, omitting Hugh Sandford's preface. Leaves "Ee5" and "Ss2" bear additional material and are inserted after leaves Ee4 and Ss1, respectively (these pages in facsimile in our cop … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [GB]
2018-05-18 06:33:08
SIDNEY, Sir Philip.
London imprinted by Humphrey Lownes for Mathew Lownes. Actually the sixth edition, 1613. Small folio bound in sixes, approximately 280 x180 mm, 11 x 7 inches, LACKS THE FIRST AND LAST BLANK PAGES, LEAVES: 332-3 & 482-3, (inserted leaves, see Copac and ESTC S102208), NOW SUPPLIED IN FACSIMILE ON OLD PAPER. Pictorial woodcut title page, ornamental head- and tailpieces and decorated initials. Pages: [4], 1-471; Sonnets 472-490; Defence of poesy 491-518; Astrophel and Stella 519-569; A Masque 570-576, some misnumbering. Bound in half calf, marbled boards, gilt lettered label to spine, new endpapers. Shelf wear to edges, small repair to top, bottom and inner margins of title page, nowhere near text, a few small ink doodles on title page, occasional pale staining to margins, pale foxing and a few small ink splashes here and there, horizontal shallow crease to first 28 pages, 2 small holes to text, 1 with loss of a few letters, 2 short closed tears to 2 lower margins, nowhere near text, a small amount of worming to margins of last page not affecting text, tip of one lower corner missing, small old ink notes to two top corners, otherwise a very good tight copy. See: Carew Hazlitt, Hand Book to the Popular, Poetical and Dramatic Literature of Great Britain, page 557, (f); William Jaggard, Shakespeare Bibliography, page 632. One of two imprint variants. A resetting, page for page, of the 1605 edition, omitting Hugh Sandford's preface. Leaves "Ee5" and "Ss2" bear additional material and are inserted after leaves Ee4 and Ss1, respectively (these pages in facsimile in our copy). MORE IM … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2018-05-14 07:18:51
MAXWELL James
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, STC 17703 (British Library, Bodley [x 2, 1 ex Malone], Cambridge, Leeds (Brotherton Collection), National Library of Scotland [x 2; 1 lacks last 4 leaves], Sion College [= Lambeth Palace], Westminster Abbey; Gottingen University; Folger [ex Harmsworth], Huntington [ex Huth], Newberry Library, Union Theological Seminary). Aside from the Robert S Pirie copy sold at Sotheby's on 3/12/2015, part of lot 426 (subject to a saleroom announcement that it had ?tears to leaves F1 and F4 with loss of text?) we have traced no other copy on the market since 1956. THE BRITWELL COURT COPY OF A RARE PROPHETIC POEM CELEBRATING THE MARRIAGE OF PRINCESS ELIZABETH STUART TO THE ELECTOR FREDERICK V, PFALZGRAF / COUNT PALATINE OF THE RHINE, THE FUTURE ?WINTER? KING & QUEEN OF BOHEMIA The avalanche of funeral elegies by the nation's established and aspiring poets that followed the death of Henry Frederick, Prince of Wales, on 6 November 1612 was almost immediately followed in 1613 by another avalanche of epithalamia celebrating the marriage on 14 February 1613 of his sister Princess Elizabeth Stuart to the Pfalzgraf Frederick / F … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2018-04-28 17:48:02
1613. Encuadernado en pergamino con el escudo de armas en la cubierta pintado a mano, 20 hojas manuscritas
Bookseller: Librería García Prieto [Madrid, Spain]
2018-04-27 08:08:35
RAMUS, Petrus
Ex Officina Platiniana, 1613. Later edition With the Plantin printer's device on the title. Later full calf; in superb condition. From the Lehmann library of mathematics and logic.
Bookseller: B & L Rootenberg [US]
2018-04-26 05:17:46
Bry, Johann Theodor de
Frankfurt am Main Becker Matthias. Northern Russia. "Tabula Septemtrionalis Russiae, Samoithiae et Tingosiae". Orig. copper-engraving by J. T. de Bry after I. Massa map of the region, published by M. Becker in Frankfurt a. Main, 1613. With title at the top, ornamental cartouche with explanatory notes and four ships. 13:33,5 cm (5 1/4 x 13 1/4 inch.). A map of the northern coast of Russia from Arkhangelsk in the west to the mouth of the Pyasina River in the east. With Novaya Zemlya and Vaygach islands in the centre. - From de Bry's Orientalische Indien (Kleine Reisen - German ed. of his Petit Voyages). - Johann Theodor de Bry (1561-1623) was an engraver and publisher.
Bookseller: Antikvariat Krenek [Prag, Czech Republic]
2018-04-24 19:43:38
RAMUSIO, Giovanni Battista.
Venice Appresso i Giunti 1606 1606, 1613. Sixth edition of vol. I, fourth edition of vol. II, third edition of vol. III. 3 vols, small folio (312 by 218mm approx.) Woodcut devices to title-pages, 10 double-page maps and plans, 8 full-page woodcut plates, with further illustrations in the text. Contemporary Italian (Venetian?) morocco, boards & spines ruled & stamped in gilt; paper repairs to title-page of vol. I, and outer margin of following two leaves, occasional dampstaining to vol. I, minor worming to first and last leaves and pastedowns of vols. II and III. A handsome set in a contemporary Italian binding. 'One of the earliest and most important collections of Voyages and Travels of the sixteenth century ' (Church). Undoubtedly a foundation work for any collection of Voyages and Travels. The 'most perfect work of that nature in any language whatsoever' (John Locke). Ramusio (1485-1557) served as Secretary to the Venetian Senate, and on retiring to Padua compiled this collection of narratives, including some manuscripts which had never been seen before, towards the end of his life. A planned fourth volume was never published as the manuscript was sadly destroyed shortly after his death by a fire at his publishers. As Harisse points out Ramusio was the first author to edit his work with care, avoiding errors and anachronisms perpetuated in previous copies of the travel narratives he included in his work. Each volume was reprinted several times, with later issues, as here, having new material missing from the first editions. The narratives include those of Columbus, Vasco … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Shapero Rare Books [London, United Kingdom]
2018-04-15 01:05:34
Juan de Matienzo
Excudebat Ludouicus Sanctius, 1613-01-01. leatherbound. Good. (ON2) - Un volumen en latín que contiene 64 hojas (incluyendo portada) + 485 hojas - Texto a dos columnas - Encuadernado en cuero completo tipo pasta española - Parche rojo, título y adornos dorados en el lomo - Guardas marmoladas - Cantos pintados de color rojo - Lomo y tapas levemente desgastados - Hoja 84 con corte en sector inferior, sin merma - Algunas hojas oscurecidas - Marcas de humedad - Algunas hojas ligeramente sucias y con algunas manchas - Bordes gastados - Algunas hojas (pocas) subrayadas y/o con anotaciones al margen con pluma a tinta - Tapa delantera con ligero arañazo superficial - Firmas del dueño anterior en la portada, la cual se encuentra con algunas manchas - Su estado de conservación es bueno, dado su antigüedad.
Bookseller: libreria elcidcampeador [CHL]
2018-04-09 13:54:14
ARNAUD DE VILLENEUVE
à Lyon, chez Pierre Rigaud, 1613, in 16, de 155ff. ch. & 5ff.n.ch., jolie vignette sur bois au titre et cul-de-lampe à la tête de mort in fine, pl. veau brun fin XIXe genre XVIe, dos orné. Interversion de feuillets à la reliure pour 4 cahiers (A, F, G et P), sinon bon exemplaire. Rarissime édition française du célèbre traité d'Arnaud de Villeneuve, non citée dans la bibliographie de Marc Haven. Habile médecin et alchimiste de grande réputation, il enseigna la médecine à Barcelone à la fin du 13e siècle, puis s'installa à Montpellier. La traité contient de nombreuses recettes et préparations, vins, liqueurs, baumes, etc.. ¶ Pas dans Caillet n°410 (édition de 1618 seulement) - Pas dans Ferguson ni Duveen - Pas d'exemplaire au cat. CCFR ni au cat. KVK - Pas dans Krivatsy Bethesda.
Bookseller: L'intersigne Livres anciens [France]
2018-04-05 16:42:54
Bry, Johann Theodor de
Frankfurt a M Becker. Northern Europe. "Vera delineatio totius tractus ex Hollandia Septentrionem versus per fretum Nassovicum, ad fluvium Oby ducenties, ex Annotatione . Lintschottani, de Annis 1594 et 1595. etc". Orig. copper-engraving by J. T. de Bry based on van Linschoten's travels to the Far East. Published by M. Becker in Frankfurt a. Main, 1613. With ornamental title cartouche, German title ("Wahrhafftige entwerffung Des gantze Streichs, so aus Holland geg Mitternacht .") upper left, 2 coats-of-arms, wind roses, ships, a sea-calf and a whale. 14:34 cm. A map of the northern part of Europe. The map is derived from Linschoten's important chart depicting the discoveries of Barent's first and second voyages to the Arctic in search of a northeast passage to Asia. - From de Bry's Orientalische Indien (Kleine Reisen - German ed. of his Petit Voyages).
Bookseller: Antikvariat Krenek [Prag, Czech Republic]
2018-04-05 08:55:11
Bry, Johann Theodor de
Frankfurt am Main Becker Matthias, 1613. North Atlantic Ocean. "Tabula Nautica, qua representatur orae maritimae meatus, ac freta, noviter a HHudsono Anglo ad Caurum supra Novam Franciam indagata Anno 1612". Orig. copper-engraving by J. T. de Bry based on H. Hudson's voyage. Published by M. Becker in Frankfurt a. Main, 1613. With ornamental title cartouche, another ornamental cartouche with explanatory notes, a coat-of-arms, 2 wind roses and 3 ships. 15,5:33,5 cm (6 1/4 x 13 1/4 inch.). Burden 165: The map depicts the fourth and final voyage of Henry Hudson in 1610-11 . - A map of North Atlantic Ocean with Labrador, Hudson Bay, Greenland, Iceland and Ireland. - From de Bry's Orientalische Indien (Kleine Reisen - German ed. of his Petit Voyages). - Johann Theodor de Bry (1561-1623) was an engraver and publisher.
Bookseller: Antikvariat Krenek [Prag, Czech Republic]
2018-03-30 06:33:18
FERRETTI, Marco Antonio.
FERRETTI, Marco Antonio. Mirinda favola pastorale del c. Marc'Antonio Ferretti nell'Accademia de Ss.ri Innominati di Parma detto il Rugginoso all'ill.ma et ecc.ma sig.ra D. Giulia Orsina de Conti duchessa di Poli. Venetia, ad instanza di Domenico Venturati, 1613. 4to. Slightly later full vellum, spine lettered and ruled in gilt; pp. viii (including engraved title and plate), 152, [8], each of the five acts opening with a full-page engraving, woodcut tail-pieces; binding minimally spotted, cean and crisp internally; a very good copy of a beautifully produced book.First Venetian edition, second issue (first, the year before) of a late Renaissance Italian pastoral stage play, set in Greek antiquity on the island of Crete. The play had appeared in print first in 1612 (12mo) in Parma, where it had been staged. Marc' Antonio Ferretti was a writer from Ancona and member of the Parma Accademia degli Innominati under the name of Rugginoso, who is known to have published the poem Gli horti del sole, dedicated to Federico, Principe d'Urbino, in 1621.COPC locates copies in Oxford and Cambridge only.#2101438
Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd. [United Kingdom]
2018-03-28 01:01:37
(BIBLE; English, Authorized.)
London: by Robert Barker, printer to the Kings most excellent Maiestie, 1613 [i.e. 1614]. London: by Robert Barker, printer to the Kings most excellent Maiestie,, 1613 [i.e. 1614]. Newly Translated out of the Originall Tongues: And with the former Translations diligently compared and revised, By his Majesties speciall commandement. [Bound with: The Booke of Common Prayer, Herrey's Two right profitable and fruitfull concordances, and The Whole Booke of Psalmes.] Four works in one volume, quarto (224 x 170 mm). Contemporary blind-panelled calf on wooden boards, metal cornerpieces and central bosses, lacking clasps (catches still present). BCP title printed in red and black. In two columns, black letter. Inner cornerpieces sometime moved about 2 cm along the boards to facilitate spine repair, new endpapers to style, marginal paper reinforcement to title leaf of BCP with some loss of lower outer frame but no text, marginal fraying to next two leaves not affecting text, the double-page map of Canaan loosely inserted (enabling it to be properly viewed), some soiling and browning, a few short marginal tears, overall a very good example of a well-used Jacobean household Bible. The King James Bible, or the Authorized Version, was, in its first edition at least, a folio for pulpit use. But James also intended it to displace the alarmingly radical Geneva Bible in the affections of his Protestant subjects, and new editions of the Authorized Version were soon printed in quarto as a domestic Bible to be carried to church or read at home, as the Geneva Bible had been. In this volume, the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington [United Kingdom]
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2018-03-24 19:11:36
Montaigne, Michel de. (John Florio, translator)
London: Melch. Bradwood for Edward Blount and William Barret, 1613. Second edition. Second edition of Florio's great translation which was first published in 1603. Small folio (11 3/8 x 7 1/4 inches; 290 x 185 mm), collating: [12], 630, [2, blank] pp. With engraved portrait of Florio on leaf A6v, which was not included in the first English edition. With historiated initials and engraved head-and-tail pieces. The second and third books have separate dated title pages but pagination is continuous. This second edition replaces the original dedications of the three books to various Court ladies with a dedication and a new sonnet in Italian to the Queen, Anne of Denmark, who had appointed Florio as her reader in Italian and private secretary. Also for the first time in this edition is the anonymous sonnet Concerning the Honor of Bookes, which was once attributed to Shakespeare but is more probably by Samuel Daniel. Full contemporary polished calf. Boards and spine ruled in gilt. Board edges tooled in gilt. All edges speckled red. Remnants of green silk ties. Outer hinges professionally repaired. No front or rear pastedowns. Previous owner's bookplates. Contemporary ink notes on front free endpaper. Some minor toning to title-page, and some occasional light dampstaining. Small hole to leaf Xx3, and light scrape to Ddd3, both with minor loss of text. Overall a very good copy. This is considered the most important Elizabethan translation of any contemporary text. Its influence on English writers and philosophers of the time, including Shakespeare, Bacon, Milton, Hobbes and Locke, c … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books [USA]
2018-03-12 08:40:19
CESARE RIPA.
Siena, Heredi di Matteo Florimi, 1613 Bound, half-leather, marbled boards, 19th century binding, 436+410+12 pp., 16x23cm., many ills., good condition. Spine a bit loose, some foxing. ¶ Early Italian edition of this famous work on chivalry. Nicely illustrated with numerous woodcuts. Rebound in a 19th century binding. The poor binding is a bit loose, the book itself and its woodcut-illustrations are in fine condition.
Bookseller: Erik Tonen Books [BE]
2018-03-09 02:52:27
LAURENS (André du).
[Paris, Raphaël Du Petit Val, 1613]. In-folio de 10 feuillets dont le titre gravé en fac-similé de l'édition de 1621, le portrait de du Laurens , 353 ff. dont 26 belles planches d'anatomie gravées à pleine page sur acier d'après Vésale et d'autres, 10 ff. (table et errata), 1 f. (titre), 53 ff., 3 ff. (table), 43 ff. (Escrouëlles), 3 ff. (table), 57 ff., 3 ff. (table), 30 ff., 3 ff. (table et privilège de 1613). L'ensemble du texte et des planches est en bonne condition à part le titre-frontispice qui est ici en fac-similé sur papier ancien, le premier feuillet qui est froissé et restauré, ainsi que les marges inférieures de six planches dans atteinte à la gravure. Veau d'époque usagé, dos à nerfs (mors fendus, manques de cuir). Édition originale de la traduction française publiée par Théophile Gelée, médecin dieppois qui fut l'élève de Du Laurens à la faculté de Montpellier. Du Laurens est né à Arles et est mort à Paris en 1609. De Montpellier, il fut appellé à Paris pour être médecin ordinaire du roi Henri IV, puis premier médecin de Marie de Médicis, et enfin premier médecin du roi en 1606. L'ouvrage se compose des douze livres d'anatomie, suivi des trois livres des crises se terminant par une Méthode générale servant au prognostic, des deux livres du Discours des escrouelles, des quatre discours sur la conservation de la vue, des maladies mélancholiques, des catharres et de la vieillesse, il s'achève par trois opuscules relatifs à la goutte, la lèpre et la vérole. Cette première édition de la traduction française est donnée à Paris, chez P. Mettayer, en 1613. Raphaël d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Bertran [France, Rouen]
2018-02-27 19:24:58
UFANO, Diego
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
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