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2017-04-29 18:04:13
MAXIMUS TYRIUS.
Accessit Alcinoi in Platonem introductio. Leiden, Ioannem Patium, 1614. 8vo. (20),+ 534,+ (2, blanks),+ 157,+ (36) pp. Title printed in red and black. Minor spotting. Contemporary vellum, handwritten title in ink on spine. From the library of Celsings at Biby. Hoffman II, 585f. & I, 109. The philosophical dissertations of Maximus Tyrius (late 2nd century AD) in the Greek original text was first published in 1557. The second Greek text publication was by Heinsius in 1607, of which this is an improved second edition. Alcinous "Handbook to Platonism" (one of the few surviving works from the "Middle Platonist period" ca. 90 BC-250 AD) had - in the original Greek text - been published in anthologies several times during the 16th-century. The notes by Heinsius are gathered at the end, with a separate title leaf, contrary to Dibdin, who state that the first Heinsius edition (1607) has the notes at the end, and the second (1614) has them together with the text. Daniel Heinsius (1580-1655) famous philologist and poet, professor at Leiden. He was by Gustav II Adolf also appointed official Swedish historian. The Celsing brothers, Ulric and Gustaf, were Swedish diplomats, mostly in Constantinople, and famous for their collection of Ottoman portraits and paintings.
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet
2017-04-29 17:28:24
du Bartas, Guillaume de Salluste; Sylvester, Joshua [tr ]
London: Sylvester. G : in Good condition without dust jacket. Cover rubbed and scuffed. Some foxing. Title page soiled and marked. 1614. First Edition. Brown hardback leather cover. 130mm x 80mm (5" x 3"). [iii], 77-204pp. Complete poem in six 'books'. .
Bookseller: Barter Books Ltd
2017-04-29 13:44:46
Meursius, Joannes
Leiden, Elzevier, 1614. [In Rot gedruckt: "IOANNIS MEVRSI", "BELGICARVM", "FERDINANDI ALBANI", "QVINTUS,", "INDVCIARVM" und "LVDOVICVM ELZEVIRIVM."] 1 Blatt (typographischer Titel), 3 Blätter, 319 Seiten. Mit sechs durchgezogenen Pergamentstreifen gehefteter Pergamentband der Zeit mit ehemals seitlich überstehenden Schutzkanten. (21,8 x 16,5 cm, bzw. 21 x 16 cm; Buchblock: 1,9 cm) 8°. Pieters 98 auf S. 46 ("... in-4° de 319 pp. et 4 ff. C'est l'ouvrage complet in-4°. Voyez ci-devant le No 73."). Willems 92 ("Marque: l'Aigle et la devise simple. 4 ff. limin., y compris le titre rouge et noir. - 319 pp. Il existe des exemplaires de cette édition avec un titre renouvelé sous la date de 1615 (no 101). Le cinquième livre avait par séparément en 1612 (no 74)."). Minzloff S. 152. Winterthur 696. Goldsmid II, 136. Rahir 73 ("Imprimé par J. Balduinus de Leyde [d.i. Jan Bouwensz]."). Berghman 1834. Socoloff I A 411. Copinger 2095. Costabili 2085. Lengfeld 85. Drouot (1946) 10. Lengertz 489 [mit weiteren, die niederländische Geschichte betreffenden Werken zusammengebunden]. Phiebig 23. EHC 04.1614.Rer.00 + 01. Weddigen 132. Graesse IV, 510. - Wichtige Geschichtsquelle in der erstmals vollständigen, überarbeiteten Ausgabe; der Verfasser war mit einem der Unterhändler des Waffenstillstandes persönlich befreundet - Der zeitgenössische Pergamentband mit Alters- und Gebrauchsspuren ist etwas fleckig und berieben. Die beiden Innenspiegel sind gelöst, so daß sich teilweise in die Konstruktion des Einbandes Einblick nehmen läßt. Sehr schöne und breite Ränder, weniger beschnitten als die … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Heinrich Heine Antiquariat Lustenberger & Schäfer oHG [DE]
2017-04-29 13:08:32
Vögel, Tauben, Hühner, Papageien, Altmeister-Graphik -:
Paris, Jean le Clerc, 1614. circa 19 x 26 cm (Blattgrösse)., Kupfertitel und 15 Kupfertafeln. Neuerer Pappband unter Verwendung alter Vorsätze Die Folge der Vogeldarstellungen nach Adriaen Collaert, die erstmals um 1600 erschien (vgl. Nissen 199) hier nachgestochen und herausgegeben von Jean Leclerc. Titel mit der Adresse: apud Ioannem le Clerc, via S. Ioannis Lateranensis ad insigne Salamandrae Regiae. - Der 1614 datierte Titel in einer von Vögeln und Putten umgebenen Kartusche - am äusseren weissen Rand mit ergänzten Ausrissen ohne Bildverlust. Die Tafeln jeweils mit reichem Hintergrund von Pflanzen, Landschaften und Architektur. Auch die erste Collaert-Ausgabe hat einen Titel und 15 Tafeln, sie wurde dann später erst erweitert. - Alle Tafeln alt in der oberen Ecke in brauner Tinte numeriert. Tafel 1 mit kleinen Randschäden und alt restauriertem Einriss, der einige Zentimeter in die Darstellung reicht (jedoch unauffällig und ohne Verlust). Tafel 3 mit winzigem Rostlöchlein am unteren Plattenrand. Tafel 15 mit unauffälligem, alt restauriertem Einriss (oder Quetschfalte?) durch die gesamte Darstellung (recto jedoch kaum sichtbar). Im äussersten breiten weissen Rand fast alle Tafeln mit winzigen Papierläsuren. Teils leicht fleckig, meist Darstellung jedoch sauber. Überwiegend gut erhalten, etwa 10 Tafeln sauber, etwa 5 mit wenigen Flecken - siehe Photos!. [10 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek [München, Germany]
2017-04-28 19:11:44
BOTERO Giovanni
Torino. Gio: Domenico Tarino. Torino, per Gio Domenico Tatino, 1614. Giovanni Botero, scrittore politico (Bene, od. Bene Vagienna, 1544 - Torino 1617), gesuita dal 1560, lasciò nel 1580 l'Ordine per urti coi superiori; dal 1582 divenne segretario di s. Carlo Borromeo. Nel 1585 fu in Francia, incaricato da Carlo Emanuele I d'una missione segreta. Tornato in Italia accompagnò Federico Borromeo giovinetto a Roma e qui si stabilì per 14 anni, pur facendo frequenti viaggi in Italia e in Europa, per incarico specialmente della Propaganda Fide. Richiamato nel 1599 a Torino da Carlo Emanuele, fu per otto anni precettore dei figli di questo. Nella sua opera più famosa, Della Ragion di Stato, in 10 libri (1589), cerca di affermare la supremazia dei valori etici e religiosi sulle istanze utilitarie della politica, che tuttavia finiva poi per riconoscere come di fatto operanti nella prassi, lasciando così quei valori etici sul piano di una pura esigenza teorica Giovanni Botero, scrittore politico (Bene, od. Bene Vagienna, 1544 - Torino 1617), gesuita dal 1560, lasciò nel 1580 l'Ordine per urti coi superiori; dal 1582 divenne segretario di s. Carlo Borromeo. Nel 1585 fu in Francia, incaricato da Carlo Emanuele I d'una missione segreta. Tornato in Italia accompagnò Federico Borromeo giovinetto a Roma e qui si stabilì per 14 anni, pur facendo frequenti viaggi in Italia e in Europa, per incarico specialmente della Propaganda Fide. Richiamato nel 1599 a Torino da Carlo Emanuele, fu per otto anni precettore dei figli di questo. Nella sua opera più famosa, Della Ragion di Stato, in 10 libri ( … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Editrice Belriguardo
2017-04-27 17:43:41
Preibisius, Valentin.
Ohne Ort (Glogau), Literis Funccianis (Joachim Funck), (1614). 4°. Mit durchg. Holzschn.-Bordüre. 16 nn. Bll., Geheftet (ausgebunden). Erstausgabe. - Über den KVK nur ein Exemplar in der Breslauer Universitätsbibliothek nachweisbar. - Gebräunt u. tlw. wasserrandig. Rechte untere Ecken durchg. m. Knickspuren. - Nicht im VD17. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Preibisius, Oratio sine flore & colore non sine adfectu et pio amore Deum decantans [...] cum [...] Scholae Glogoviensium Augustanae post dissipationem adornaretur instauratio, Glogau, Schlesien, Polen, Flugschrift, Flugschriften
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes
2017-04-27 10:27:29
Sadeler, Aegidius (1570-1629):
Prag, 1614. Format (Platte): 255 x 175 mm (Blattgröße: 270 x 188 mm).*Nagler, No. 41. Der Kupferstecher Egidius (auch Aegidius oder Gilles) Sadeler war ein niederländischer Maler und Kupferstecher (1570-1629). \"Sadeler hinterliess zahlreiche Blätter, wovon die einen mit ungemeiner Zartheit, die anderen mit Breite und Kraft behandelt sind. Besonderen Beifall erwarben ihm die Bildnisse und die Landschaften ... Man nannte ihn indessen zu seiner Zeit den Phönix der Stecherkunst, was sich auf die ihm zuerkannte Superiorität bezieht, die man ihm in Prag einräumte\" (Nagler, Bd, 16, S. 8). - Außenränder leicht gebräunt, insgesamt sehr gut erhalten. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Porträt Portrait
Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun
2017-04-27 10:27:29
Sadeler, Aegidius (1570-1629):
Prag, 1614. Format (Platte): 255 x 175 mm (Blattgröße: 270 x 188 mm). *Nagler, No. 41. Der Kupferstecher Egidius (auch Aegidius oder Gilles) Sadeler war ein niederländischer Maler und Kupferstecher (1570-1629). "Sadeler hinterliess zahlreiche Blätter, wovon die einen mit ungemeiner Zartheit, die anderen mit Breite und Kraft behandelt sind. Besonderen Beifall erwarben ihm die Bildnisse und die Landschaften ... Man nannte ihn indessen zu seiner Zeit den Phönix der Stecherkunst, was sich auf die ihm zuerkannte Superiorität bezieht, die man ihm in Prag einräumte" (Nagler, Bd, 16, S. 8). - Außenränder leicht gebräunt, insgesamt sehr gut erhalten. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Porträt Portrait
Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun [Gengenbach, Germany]
2017-04-26 17:47:47
CONESTAGGIO, Girolamo Franchi di (1530-1618).
(al fin:) Venezia: Venetia, appresso Antonio Pinelli, 1614. 4to.; 551 pp. Ejemplar carente de portada y diez hojas de preliminares. Texto completo y limpio. Excelente impresión, con amplios márgenes. Xerocopias adjuntas de portada y hojas preliminares. Ejemplar sin encuadernación, con cubiertas protectoras de cartulina. Primera edición de un texto de gran importancia sobre las Guerra en los Países Bajos, en el periodo comprendido entre 1566 y1579, escrito por un notable miembro de una familia genovesa con negocios en Amberes quien se basó en fuentes escritas desde el punto de vista rebelde. La obra, calificada como inexacta y tendenciosa por Luis Cabrera de Córdoba, fue incluida para expurgo inquisitorial en el Índice de Antonio Zapata, Sevilla, 1632.
Bookseller: Hesperia Libros [Spain]
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2017-04-26 17:33:22
Terence
Londoni: Ex officina Iohannis Legatt celeberrimæ Academiæ Cantabrigiensis typographi, 1614. Quarta editia multo emendatier. Tooled calf. Good. pp: (vii), 428; engraved portrait, title-page decoration, tailpiece on final page; top edg trimmed close with loss of some running heads, not into text. Bound in period calf; covers blind-tooled with frames and floral corner devices, panelled spine with tan leather label, rubricated edges; front board loose and present. 6.75" x 5" [STC 23892.] Provenance: The front pastedown bears the armorial bookplate of C.J. Mc. I. Lomer, VIII Hussars; and the May 1912 signature of a descendant is on the free endpaper. Ticket of T. James & Co., Second-hand & New Booksellers, 34, Bernard Street, Southampton, Est. 1849. Early signature of Thos. I. Gregory at top of title-page, with his note in Latin further down the page.
Bookseller: R & A Petrilla, ABAA, IOBA
2017-04-26 17:33:22
Terence
Londoni: Ex officina Iohannis Legatt celeberrimæ Academiæ Cantabrigiensis typographi, 1614. Quarta editia multo emendatier. Tooled calf. Good. pp: (vii), 428; engraved portrait, title-page decoration, tailpiece on final page; top edg trimmed close with loss of some running heads, not into text. Bound in period calf; covers blind-tooled with frames and floral corner devices, panelled spine with tan leather label, rubricated edges; front board loose and present. 6.75" x 5" [STC 23892.] Provenance: The front pastedown bears the armorial bookplate of C.J. Mc. I. Lomer, VIII Hussars; and the May 1912 signature of a descendant is on the free endpaper. Ticket of T. James & Co., Second-hand & New Booksellers, 34, Bernard Street, Southampton, Est. 1849. Early signature of Thos. I. Gregory at top of title-page, with his note in Latin further down the page.
Bookseller: R & A Petrilla, ABAA, IOBA
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2017-04-26 16:41:58
PHILIPPUS DIEZ LUSITANUS.
Moguntia (d.i. Mainz), 1614. Ed. postrema, ab. innumeris quibus.Concionum tomus quartus. gr.-8°. 4 Bll., 498 (8) 190 S. Mit gest. Titelvign. HLdr. d. Zt. Alte Besitzerverm. am Titelbl.Posthum hrsg. Predigten des portugiesischen Franziskaners Felipe Diez (1550-1601) (vgl. Jöcher 1, 801). Versand D: 4,00 EUR Theologie, Religionsgeschichte
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag
2017-04-26 15:42:42
DEL RIO, Martino
Cardon, 1614. In 4°, pp. (28), XII, 609, (54 di indici). Pergamena semifloscia dell'epoca. Titoli manoscritti sul dorso. Marca tipografica incisa sul frontespizio. Lavoretti di tarlo ad alcune pagine ma buona copia. Con alcuni passaggi in greco ed ebraico. Testo su due colonne.
Bookseller: Libreria antiquaria Atlantis
2017-04-25 19:28:50
Claude Le Maire (Dole 1570 - Grenoble 1630)
Documento autografo firmato dat. Chambery ce dixhuitime juillet mille six cent quatorze (1614) del Rettore del Collegio di Chambery, entrato a far parte della Compagnia di Ges nel 1590, corrispondente di San Francesco di Sales (1567 - 1622), relativo all'approvazione di alcuni pagamenti "pour la fabrique du collge.". Una pagina in-4. Fori di filza non ledono il testo. 1710yH
Bookseller: Lim Antiqua [Lucca, Italy]
2017-04-25 16:03:06
Möser, Jakob.
1614. (76) SS. Mit Titelbordüre in Holzschnitt. Marmorheftstreifen. 4to. Die erste Leichpredigt widmet sich der ermordeten Maria von Schlade (geb. v. Bardeleben), die ihre Dienerin wegen ihrer Unverläßlichkeit gezüchtigt hatte, worauf sich letztere zu Wehr setzte und ihre Herrin die Treppe hinunterstieß und erdrosselte. Beigefügt ist die Leichpredigt auf Anna Agnes von Bardeleben (geb. Halcke), die nur sechs Wochen nach der Hochzeit mit dem Magdeburger Kanonikus Heinrich von Bardeleben (dem Neffen der Ermordeten) und nur zwei Monate nach ihrer Schwiegertante im eben demselben Hause verstarb. - Durchgehend etwas wasserrandig; einige zeitgenöss. hs. Marginalien. VD 17, 3:303516F.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris
2017-04-25 01:55:48
Ex Offician Plantiniana (Plantin Press), [Leiden] 1614 - Pages: [title page with blank verso:185/186] 187-412. Perhaps Pages 1- 184 are a volume of the book of Psalms, not here. New spine with old boards. Rubber stamp impression was apparently removed from title page. Additional scans available upon request. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Meir Turner [U.S.A.]
2017-04-24 20:29:04
Tassoni, Alessandro
12. Buntpapiervors., XII, 156 187 SS. Braun. marmor. Ldr. d. Zt. mit 2 Rsch., reich. Rücken- und etw. Außenkantenvergoldung, marmor. Schnitt. Vgl. KNLL XVI, S. 369 f. - Seltene in Frankreich gedruckte (italienische) Ausgabe des 1614 verfassten, 1621 erstmals in Druck erschienenen heroisch-komischen Epos in zwölf Gesängen über den Raub eines Holzeimers während einer Schlacht zwischen den Einwohnern von Modena und Bologna 1325. - Sauberes, nur vereinzelt minimal stockfleckiges Exemplar. Wenige Seiten im w. Rand mit kl. Ausriss ohne Textverlust. Rückdeckel von Bd. 2 mit schwacher Druckspur. Insgesamt schönes, dekoratives Exemplar. Bände: 1
Bookseller: Antiquariat Kreußel [Germany]
2017-04-24 15:36:25
Meteren, Emanuel von
Spublisher, "1614. Johann Janssen, Arnheim, 1609/1614. Fragment, 3 Blatt, 2 in Kupfer gestochene Titel sowie 56 Portraitkupfertafeln, quart, (30,5 cm x 19,5 cm), (ohne Einband und Text / etwas fleckig) --- - Kupferstichsammlung aus den 2 erschienenen Bänden / Die Portraits teils Brustbilder teils ganze Figuren sind u. a. gestochen von Simon de Posse, Christorph von Sichern und Nicolaus de Clerk. (Wurzbach I, 288; II, 307 und 620) - Einband: "Paperback. 352
Bookseller: Celler Versandantiquariat [Eicklingen, Germany]
2017-04-24 15:22:15
Seneca and translated by Tho Lodge
London: Printed by William Stansby 1614. [36], 324, 335-915, 914-917, [21] pp. Later quarter morocco over dark blue cloth. Blind-stamped ruling & decoration and gilt lettering to spine.Spine slightly rubbed. Later endpapers. Head and tail-pieces. Decorated initials. Separate title-page to 'Epistles,' dated 1613, at p. 161. Repairs to title page and several leaves. Lacks the additional undated title page and first & last blanks. Appears to be the variant described in the ESTC entry. Binding firm. Sold as seen. ESTC S117063 . Very Good. 1/4 Leather. First Edition. 1614. Folio.
Bookseller: Fosters' Bookshop
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2017-04-23 08:04:32
GRANADA, Leandro de]
Juan de la Cuesta, a costa de Pedro de Lizao, mercader de libros 1614 - 20 cm. Pleno pergamino de época, lomo rotulado. Cortes tintados. Capitulares y adronos tipográficos. Ejemplar bien conservado, con interior limpio, con una leve mancha de agua en hojas finales. Las paginas 101 a 108 están manuscritas, con letra y en papel de época, guardando perfectamente los márgenes de la doble columna del texto. 12 h. 530 pp. 29 h. En español. Book in spanish. El pago contrarrembolso lleva un recargo de 2 euros.
Bookseller: Boxoyo Libros S.L.
2017-04-22 19:32:15
CONESTAGGIO, Girolamo Franchi di (1530-1618).
1614. (al fin:) Venezia: Venetia, appresso Antonio Pinelli, 1614. 4to.; 551 pp. Ejemplar carente de portada y diez hojas de preliminares. Texto completo y limpio. Excelente impresión, con amplios márgenes. Xerocopias adjuntas de portada y hojas preliminares. Ejemplar sin encuadernación, con cubiertas protectoras de cartulina. Primera edición de un texto de gran importancia sobre las Guerra en los Países Bajos, en el periodo comprendido entre 1566 y1579, escrito por un notable miembro de una familia genovesa con negocios en Amberes quien se basó en fuentes escritas desde el punto de vista rebelde. La obra, calificada como inexacta y tendenciosa por Luis Cabrera de Córdoba, fue incluida para expurgo inquisitorial en el Índice de Antonio Zapata, Sevilla, 1632.
Bookseller: Hesperia Libros
2017-04-22 19:32:15
CONESTAGGIO, Girolamo Franchi di (1530-1618).
(al fin:) Venezia: Venetia, appresso Antonio Pinelli, 1614. 4to.; 551 pp. Ejemplar carente de portada y diez hojas de preliminares. Texto completo y limpio. Excelente impresión, con amplios márgenes. Xerocopias adjuntas de portada y hojas preliminares. Ejemplar sin encuadernación, con cubiertas protectoras de cartulina. Primera edición de un texto de gran importancia sobre las Guerra en los Países Bajos, en el periodo comprendido entre 1566 y1579, escrito por un notable miembro de una familia genovesa con negocios en Amberes quien se basó en fuentes escritas desde el punto de vista rebelde. La obra, calificada como inexacta y tendenciosa por Luis Cabrera de Córdoba, fue incluida para expurgo inquisitorial en el Índice de Antonio Zapata, Sevilla, 1632. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Hesperia Libros [Zaragoza, Spain]
2017-04-22 16:48:04
Kupferstich von Georg Keller, dat. 1614, 21 x 27,5 cm. Maillinger I, 322; Lentner 622 \"Sehr selten!\"; Pfister 2585; Slg. Proebst 1489. - Zeigt den Empfang des Pfalzgrafen Wolfgang Wilhelm von Neuburg mit Gefolge vor den Toren Münchens anläßlich seiner Vermählung mit Magdalena von Bayern. - Mit Rändchen um die Plattenkante, links z.T. bis zur Einfassungslinie beschnitten, unauffällig geglättete Längs- und Querfalten, ein hinterlegter kleiner Wurmgang. - Insgesamt gut erhaltenes, interessantes, zeitgenössisches Flugblatt. Versand D: 6,00 EUR BAYERN, Flugblätter, Oberbayern
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bierl
2017-04-22 04:49:00
SAINT BERNARD DE CLAIRVAUX
Sébastien Cramoisy, Paris 1614 - Sancti Bernardi Selectarum Epistolarum Liber unicus. Opera & studio N.I. d'Estiolles Presbyteri P. Paris, ex Officina Nivelliana, sumptibus Sebastiani Cramoisy. 1614. Edition par Sébastien Cramoisy des Lettres de Bernard de Clairvaux précédée d'une épître dédicatoire et suivie d'un index. (8)-461-(7). In-12, reliure vélin à lacets (casssés). Pas de première garde ni de papier au premier contreplat, la page de titre est endommagée par le contact avec la colle du contreplat ; dernier contreplat décollé mais bien présent ; intérieur en bon état de conservation par ailleurs. Size: In-12
Bookseller: Mouvements d'Idées - Julien Baudoin
2017-04-21 21:45:08
QUERCETANUS, JOSEPHUS (pseud. di Joseph du Chesne).
Impensis Thoma Schureri et Bart. Voigtij, 1614. Cm. 15, pp. (12) 152 (16); (16) 175 (17). Marchi tipografi ai due frontespizi. Solida legatura coeva in piena pelle, dorso a nervi con titoli e ricchi fregi in oro. Carte uniformemente brunite, peraltro esemplare genuino ed in buono stato di conservazione. L'autore fu un convinto seguace della teoria paracelsiana, nacque in Svizzera per poi spostarsi a Parigi dove divenne medico di Enrico IV.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2017-04-21 21:45:08
QUERCETANUS, JOSEPHUS (pseud. di Joseph du Chesne).
Impensis Thoma Schureri et Bart. Voigtij,, Lipsiae, 1614. Cm. 15, pp. (12) 152 (16); (16) 175 (17). Marchi tipografi ai due frontespizi. Solida legatura coeva in piena pelle, dorso a nervi con titoli e ricchi fregi in oro. Carte uniformemente brunite, peraltro esemplare genuino ed in buono stato di conservazione. L'autore fu un convinto seguace della teoria paracelsiana, nacque in Svizzera per poi spostarsi a Parigi dove divenne medico di Enrico IV. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
2017-04-21 18:34:42
BOERI D. N.
1614. EXCUDEBAT PHILIPPUS ALBERT. 1614. In - Folio.Carré. Relié. A restaurer. Plats abîmés. Dos abîmé. Mouillures. 1017 pages. Texte sur 2 colonnes. Premier plat et page de titre désolidarisés. Manque second plat. Mouillures sans réelle conséquence sur la lecture. VENDU EN L'ETAT. Una cum Eiusdem Boerii Consiliis, Tractatibus de Statu et Vita Heremitarum, de Sediotisis, de Custodia clavium portarum civitatis, & Additionibus in tractatum Ioan. Montani de Authoritate magni consilii. Collatis vetustissimis exemplaribus omnia recognita a Guill. Nepote in Curia Lugdunensi Advocato.
Bookseller: Le-Livre.Com
2017-03-28 08:08:36
TABOUROT, ÉTIENNE.
Paris, Jean Richer, 1614 + Rouen, David Geuffroy, 1616. (6) + 51 + 60 + 60 + 65 pages. 12mo. Bound full velin. 4 parts in one. Last part printed in Rouon 1616, and put in. Woodcuts device on titles. Portraits of Étienne Tabourot and Gaulard in woodcut. Nice copy. Text in french.
Bookseller: Bøger & Kuriosa [DK]
2017-03-22 21:30:16
RUBIS, Claude de ; [ RUBYS, Claude de ]
Par Maistre Claude Rubis, Conseiller de Sa Majesté en la Seneschaussée & Siege Presidial de Lyon : & Procureur general de la Communauté de ladicte ville, 1 vol. petit in-8 relié pleine basane marron, dos muet ) 4 nerfs, Simon Rigaud, Lyon, 1614 (achevé d'imprimer : 14 aoust 1613), 4 ff. n. ch. et 350 pp. Edition originale. Historien né et mort à Lyon, Claude de Rubis (1533-1613) fut un Ligueur fervent, ce qu'il paya de six ans d'exil en Avignon. Le présent titre, dédié au Dauphin, se présente comme une exaltation de la Monarchie française et une réhabilitation du feu Roi Henri, faisant ainsi oublier les rudes coups portés par Claude de Rubis, quelques années auparavant, contre le "Béarnais". Entre-temps, il s'était confessé publiquement d'avoir hurlé avec les loups. Etat satisfaisant (dos muet fort. abîmé avec mq., frott. et petits mq. en plats, qq. lég. mouill., ancien ex-libris ms. Ch. Velliet). Lelong, BHF, II, 750 Français
Bookseller: Librairie Du Cardinal
2017-03-21 14:30:25
TAXIL (Jean)
à Tournon, par R. Reynaud Libraire juré d'Arles, 1614, in 8°, de 22ff. 184pp. & 2ff. 196pp. 16ff., joli titre gravé sur cuivre et une figure sur cuivre à mi-page, (sans le second f. préliminaire blanc *1 en tête), pl. vélin souple époque, cachet et qq. annotations anciennes, bel exemplaire. Edition originale de cet ouvrage très rare. Rédigé par un médecin d'Arles qui insiste sur la nécessité de connaître l'astrologie judiciaire et la physiognomonie en matière médicale. ¶ Caillet n°10561 (reprend la note de Guaïta)- Cat. Guaïta "Ouvrage très rare que je n'avais jamais vu passer dans les catalogues d'occultisme" - Houzeau-Lancaster astronomie I. n°5074 "Rare" - Pas dans Dorbon - pas dans Gardner Biblioth. astrologica - Cat. BNF "Le f. *1, en tête est resté blanc à l'exception d'un distique imprimé au v° en bas, intitulé "In effigiem Joan. Taxil. Doct. Medic.", probablement destiné à servir de légende à un portrait de l'auteur qui n'a pas été imprimé" (ce feuillet manque dans la plupart des exemplaires) - NUC "With the usually cancelled second preliminary leaf, sig. *1" - cf. Jean Taxil, un médecin astrologue du début du XVIIe siècle, par Suzanne Nelli, Cahiers astro. n°58, 1958 - Thorndike VI p.169.
Bookseller: L'intersigne Livres anciens [France]
2017-03-19 16:16:43
Raleigh Sir Walter
Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc. ABAA [Newburyport, MA, U.S.A.]
2017-03-07 02:25:13
(COMMYNES Philippe de),
Imprinted for John Bill. 1614 Folio, signed in 6s; (xvi), 366pp. Contemp.calf, blind borders, red label. Small discreet repairs. A handsome folio. Maxwell-Perceval book plate with signature (W. Percival' on verso of title. 'Price 9s.' at head of title in an early hand.ESTC S107249. Philippe de Commynes, 1447-1511, writer and diplomat, is renowned for his Historie, first published in Paris, 1524, a critical account of the political milieux in which he lived, especially the Court of Louis XI.
Bookseller: Jarndyce Rare Books
2017-03-06 04:34:50
LAMBARD, William.
London: Company of Stationers, 1614. Two works bound together, small octavo; title, 634, [88] pp.; 94 pp. (Duties of Constables); contemporary limp vellum with faint manuscript lettering to spine. A handsome compendium of two early legal manuals: these early seventeenth-century handbooks of common law were prepared for local magistrates, at the time known as Justices of the Peace. The Eirenarcha was written by English magistrate and luminary William Lambard (1536-1601); the work is remarkable for its clarity, easy style and use of pragmatic precedent. The author was a Justice of the Peace for Kent and used his considerable personal experience to produce a common law handbook in comprehensible English free from tortured legalese. The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography states the Eirenarcha is 'written in a clear and unaffected style, this manual remained for a long time the standard authority'.In seventeenth-century England local magistrates were sourced from landholders and the aristocracy, many of whom were unfamiliar with legal terminology. The Eirenarcha was written for this audience, and the result is an amazing insight into everyday life and law in Elizabethan England (the book was first published in 1581 and remained substantially unchanged through later editions). Witchcraft prohibitions exist alongside modern laws such as those regarding concealed pistols, while a strong anti-Catholic theme is evident throughout. Title-page discoloured with some loss of the fore-edge, neatly laid down, preliminary leaves thumbed, frayed at corners and generally a bit damped, la … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hordern House
2017-03-06 04:34:50
Coke, Edw[ard]
Printed for the Societie of Stationers. The Bridgewater Library copy of the first edition of the tenth part of Coke's Reports, in which (in his preface) he examines at length the law books of the preceding centuries (Glanvill, Britton, Fitzherbert, inter alia) and the serjeants at law. Modern calf, 17th century leather laid down; a superior copy. Printed for the Societie of Stationers, London], 1614.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc.
2017-03-05 06:53:39
Rome: Ex typographia Savariana. Execudebat Stephanus Paulinus, 1614. Engraved French royal arms on title page, arms of Savary de Brèves on imprint leaf. Text in double columns in Arabic and Latin. Collation: (*)6,A-3M4,3N6. [12], 474, [1, imprint] pp. 1 vols. Small 4to. Old calf, boards ruled in blind, finely rebacked in period style. Internally clean and fresh. A few annotations (Latin, Hebrew, Arabic) at Psalm 102, slightly faded. Old gift inscription in Latin on back flyleaf. Engraved French royal arms on title page, arms of Savary de Brèves on imprint leaf. Text in double columns in Arabic and Latin. Collation: (*)6,A-3M4,3N6. [12], 474, [1, imprint] pp. 1 vols. Small 4to. 'of an outstanding elegance and beauty'. The Arabic Psalms have been translated from the Syriac Peshitta; the Latin text is a translation from the Arabic. Scholar-diplomat François Savary de Brèves (1560-1628), French ambassador at Constaninople from 1584 to 1606, revived the printing of Arabic upon his arrival in Rome in 1608, commissioning "the design and production of an Arabic fount of an outstanding elegance and beauty … based directly on Arab or Turkish calligraphy acquired by Savary while serving in the Ottoman Empire" (Roper). The first book printed by Savary in Rome was dated 1613; in 1615 he returned to Paris and brought his type and his translators with him. Darlow & Moule 1641; Schnurrer 324; Smitskamp 33; Roper, Early Arabic Printing in Europe, pp. 144-5, in Sprachen des Nahen Ostens und die Druckrevolution (2002)
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2017-03-04 19:11:48
MUNSTER, SEBASTIAN....
Basle. [1614]. Black and white woodcut map of the world, relief shown pictorially, decorative border, text on verso: Die erste Landtafel..., printed surface measures 32 x 36cm and sheet 33.3 x 42cm, a 2 - 2.5cm strip of contemporary paper runs along lower edge the whole measuring 35 x 42cm. Browning, surface a little abraded in two small places. Die Ernst General Tafel... was first published in Munster's Cosmographia in 1544. Cosmographia, a very early German description of the world, was a very popular work running to many editions in German as well as translations into Latin, French, English, Italian and Czech. This interesting depiction of the world as seen from the perspective of information available in the 16th century shows the vast expanse of Terra Australis Non Dum Cognita (the southern land not yet known) along the bottom of the map. The nomenclature of Marco Polo is used extensively on the map including on the two northern pointing peninsulas, roughly where Australia is today the words Beach, Lucaoh and Maletur are printed on one and above the second, Java Minor. Persia, India and Orientalis are shown as regions in Asia with Mongol, China, Cathai (a term used by Marco Polo for northern China), Quinsai (modern day Hangzhou described by Marco Polo as "without fail the most important city and the best there is in all the world"), Japan, Calecut (modern day Kozhikode in the Indian State of Kerala), Sumatra and Java also named. (When referring to this item please quote stockid 155986)....
Bookseller: Asia Bookroom
2017-03-04 12:05:00
HOLSTEYN Pieter the younger].
, . . Delicate watercolour of two grape hyacinths by the Dutch watercolour painter and engraver Pieter Holsteyn de Jonge (1614-1673). Holsteyn made many drawings of plants, birds and insects which were often composed in albums. Some of those albums are still intact and supplied with a title-page by the artist himself and as a result many of the drawings in those albums were not signed. These grape hyacinths were in such an album, which was later taken to pieces. With certificate from Dr. S. Segal, Amsterdam. In very good condition.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2017-03-03 15:22:29
ABBEVILLE, Claude d'.
Paris: François Huby, 1614. First edition, second issue, of the principal printed source for the French colonization of north Brazil, for the customs, religion and astronomy of the local Tupinambá Indians, and for the natural history of the region. "C'est le texte le plus important - avec celui d'Yves d'Evreux - non seulement sur la tentative de colonisation française dans l'île de Maranhão, mais surtout pour les renseignements précieux qu'il fournit sur 'les singularitez admirables et les moeurs merveilleuses des Indiens'" (Duviols). "The narrative of the journey, and all the events, is the principal printed French source that exists about this tentative colonization of the north of Brazil. Although not endowed with the spontaneity and the literary talent of Yves d'Evreux, Claude d'Abbeville gives us valuable information concerning the religion and 'astronomy' of the Tupis, not to be found in any other writings" (Borba de Moraes). This is the first and most important written account of the Capuchin mission to Maranhão, of which this is the earliest known mention (Sabin). The work was considered rare a century ago by Leclerc ("un ouvrage aussi important que rare"). ABPC/RBH list only a single complete copy at auction in the last 45 years (Sotheby's New York, 12 November 2007, lot 21, $40,000 - also the second issue). The first issue was published earlier in 1614; this second issue has a number of corrections to the main text and a lengthier index at the end (see Borba). The island of Maranhão, uninhabited by the Portuguese, and an entryway to the Amazon, had been discovered … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SOPHIA RARE BOOKS
2017-03-02 05:09:17
SANTORIO, Santorio
Bookseller: WP Watson Antiquarian Books [London, United Kingdom]
2017-02-24 10:22:55
Hieronymus de Monte
Köln 1614. Professionell neu gebunden. Pappband, 16 cm, 4 Bl., 330 Seiten, unpaginierter Index Rerum. Einband am Rücken leicht angerissen, leichte Zeitspuren, gutes Exemplar.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Ralf Bader
2017-02-10 17:22:07
Dámaso Artufel
Juan Godinez de Millis, Valladolid 1614 - Las 2 obras encuadernadas en un mismo tomo en plena piel de época con dorados y una estampación de la Virgen, cortes dorados y grabados. Encuadernación con algunos roces y pequeñas faltas . "Modo de Reza las Horas Canónicas", 2ª edición, Palau no conoció la 1ª. formato 8º. 115 folios, 4 h. Sigue con la Entonación de los Hymnos, 26 folios. A esta obra se le solía añadir "Arte de Canto Llano", misma editorial y mismo año de 1614. 8º . 4 h. 84 folios con notas musicales. En realidad contiene 68 folios por que del 79 salta al 80. Es así en todos los ejemplares. Ambas partes son raras de encontrar en comercio. Márgenes superiores un poco cortos. Buen estado general de la obra. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Anticuaria García Prieto
2017-02-02 18:34:03
Del Canto, Francisco: [Peru]:
Los Reyes [i.e. Lima]: Por Francisco del Canto. 1614. [4],35,28-31 [i.e. 36-39],[1],[176] leaves. Last five leaves in expert facsimile. Contemporary limp vellum. Light to moderate soiling of binding, corner of rear cover chipped. Titlepage mutilated around edges, affecting first portion of title; mounted on newer leaf. Second leaf clumsily repaired around edges, not affecting text. Trimmed closely at top, affecting text in some places. Light soiling. Good. An important Indian language work, from the first (and at the time only) press in South America, printed only twenty-eight years after the beginning of printing there, and twenty-six years before the Bay Psalm Book was published. Del Canto, the owner and operator of the only press in South America at the time, was the second printer in Peru. He acquired his press directly from Antonio Ricardo, the first printer in South America. This work begins with a grammar of the Quechua language, followed by Quechua-Spanish and Spanish- Quechua dictionaries. The book is in a handy smaller format for use in the field. Medina says this book is "extraordinariamente raro," and it is lacking from many of the great collections. This work is generally credited to Del Canto, the author of the introduction, but parts of it may be by Gonzalez Holguin, whose other publications on Peruvian Indian language were published in Lima in 1607 and 1608. Sabin attributes authorship, however, to Ludovico Bertonio. Only eight copies on OCLC. MEDINA, LIMA 58. VARGAS UGARTE 79. PALAU 17729. SABIN 5020. JCB (3)II:101. OCLC 6783843, 251190642.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2017-01-27 10:43:01
Petrus Scriverius & I. Duym
Arnhem: Ian Iansz., 1614. 2 works in 1 volume. 8vo (15 x 10 cm). (16), 608; 213 pp. Contemporary vellum. Spine with 6 thongs. Title in ink on spine ('Scriverius Oud Batav, 1614. (Zeldzaam.)'). Two works on the history of the Low Countries illustrated with many beautiful woodcut portraits with richly decorated borders of the counts of Holland. The two works are usually found together. Reprints were published in 1636 and 1646. Pastedown with ex-libris of the Monasterii Maredsolensis ad S. Benedictum. Three small stamps of the Bibliothèque Maredsous. Benedictine Maredsous Abbey at Denée, Belgium. Vellum and some pages somewhat browned, but overall a well-bound and well-kept copy. For a full description and more images please visit www.zaalbooks.nl .
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2017-01-19 14:29:01
PONTANUS, Johannes Isaac.
Amsterdam, Judocus Hondius, 1614.4to. Contemporary blind-tooled vellum (1 hinge cracked but holding). With 2 printer's marks, 6 (of 7) folding maps and plans and 51 large engraved maps and views in the text. (8),360,(6) pp.First Dutch edition; first published in Latin in Amsterdam in 1611. - One of the earliest descriptions of Amsterdam, its history and institutions. Of special importance are the accounts of Dutch explorations in the East-Indies and Africa, and reports of the attempts to find a North-East passage, including the account of the third voyage of Willem Barentsz. to Nova Zembla (1596-97) during which voyage Barendsz and his crew members were iced in and forced to winter over in Novaya Zemlya in a wooden cabin ('Het behouden Huis').The map of the Polar regions illustrating this third voyage of Willem Barentsz. is also important as an Americanum in giving the results of Hudson's first two voyages (1607-1608) for the Muscovy Company of London. The appearance of the map by Hondius was doubtless the result of Hudson's employment by the Dutch East India Company in 1609. Pontanus also describes in detail the activities on the Amsterdam stock- and commodity markets, one of the earliest in the world and at that time the most important one. - (Stamp on title-page; map of Holland missing). - Scarce Dutch edition. Tiele 877: Vermeerderde Hollandse vertaling die zelden vookomt; Cat. NHSM I, p.344; Nijhoff-van Hattum 253; Sabin 64003; European-Americana II, 614/91.
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