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2018-11-03 16:30:45
Gregor Richter
When ordering from the US, parcels may be subject to import tax and duty charges, which the buyer is responsible to pay. Description: Gregor Richter, Editio Nova Axiomatum Oeconomicorum Accessione multarum novarum Regularum, multarumq, Sententiarum & Exemplorum aucta & locupletata, a Gregorio Richtero Gorlicio. Two vol in one, Published Johann Rhamba 1604/1614. Editio Nova 490pp+ index. Axiomatum Historicorum Pars Tertia, Continens Axiomata Ecclesiastica...337pp+ Index. Embossed vellum covers with figure, blue stained edges, hand written title, raised bands, stamped "MCPP and 1617" on cover. 3.5lbs Martin of London, Los Angeles, CA Measures Approx., 6.75" x 8.25" x 3.125" Condition: Some edge wear, bumped corners, wormholes, split in the hinge, separation of the text block from the spine, but is still tight, no loose pages. phb730 We have a fine selection of quality items for sale at Amphora Art & Antiques. International as well as domestic customers are welcome - please contact us with questions regarding shipping or listings, and we will assist you quickly. All items can be inspected in-person or are available for pickup from our large Gardena warehouse with no additional fee or charge. The authenticity of all items listed are guaranteed to be as represented - all efforts are taken to ensure accurate and descriptive condition reports and photographs. We reserve the right to use another shipping carrier other than what is listed to ensure your purchase arrives safely. Fedex cannot ship to a P.O. Box. Please contact us before or upon purchase if you have a preferred shippin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: amphora_art_antiques [Gardena, California, US]
2018-11-03 16:30:44
Gregor Richter
When ordering from the US, parcels may be subject to import tax and duty charges, which the buyer is responsible to pay. Description: Johann Joachim Winckelmann, Histoire de L'art Chez Les Anciens, Par Winkelmann; Traduite de L'allemand; Published Paris H. J. Jansen 1789; Vol I, II, III in three volumes. (Registre fur le registre XXIV de la chabre royale & Syndicate des Libraires & Imprimeurs de Paris, No. 1859, fol. III, conformement aux dispositions enonoees dans le present privilege, & a la charge de remettre a ladite Chambre les neuf exemplaires preserits par l'arret du conseil du 16 Avril 1785. A Paris le 20 Janvier 1789. Sign, Cailleau, Adjoint.) Published Paris, H. J. Jansen 1789; Translated from German; Vol I 695pp + 25 plates in the back plus numerous illustrations throughout. Frontis engraved portrait of the author. Vol.II has 692pp, engraved frontis, 37 plates and a few illustrations throughout. Vol.III has engraved frontis, 405pp + 3 plates and a few illustrations throughout. 1/4 calf on mottled boards, raised bands, gilt title and decoration on spine. Marbled endpapers. 11lbs Measures Approx., 6.75" x 8.25" x 3.125" Condition: Some edge wear, bumped corners, wormholes, split in the hinge, separation of the text block from the spine, but is still tight, no loose pages. We have a fine selection of quality items for sale at Amphora Art & Antiques. International as well as domestic customers are welcome - please contact us with questions regarding shipping or listings, and we will assist you quickly. All items can be inspected in-person or are available for pickup … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: amphora_art_antiques [Gardena, California, US]
2018-10-26 18:58:10
Caspar Bauhin
Oppenheim: 1614. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: bluemangobooksandmanuscripts [New Hope, Pennsylvania, US]
2018-10-19 22:37:57
Johannes van Meurs
Lugdvni Batavorum: Ludovicum Elzevirium, 1614. 4to, pp. [16], 672 [i.e. 670]; title page printed in red and black, printer's device on title page, full-page engraved portrait on verso of title page, woodcut initials and ornaments; 18th-century full calf, gilt-paneled spine in 5 compartments, red morocco label in 1, pastedowns from an 18th-century theological book in English; upper joint cracked, bottom of spine chipped, a good and reasonably sound copy. Copinger 3083; Willems 91; Vancil, p. 163.
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [Saint Paul, Minnesota, US]
2018-10-08 15:07:02
JUVENAL DES URSINS (Jean)
Paris Abraham Pacard, 1614. In-4, 4 ff., 599-(1)-16 pp., 8 ff. Reliure plein vélin époque, pièce de titre. Édition originale peu commune, une seconde éditon fut donnée en 1653 par Denis Godefroy. Sur le titre belle marque de l'imprimeur calviniste Abraham Pacard à la devise "potior victima obedientia". Avant les 8 feuillets de table on trouve un texte anonyme de Théodore Godefroy : "De l'origine des Roys de Portugal, issus en ligne masculine de la Maison de France qui règne aujourd'huy". Paris, Ab. Pacard, 1614; avec son titre propre aux armes de France et de Navarre gravées sur bois. La première édition en fut donnée en 1612. La BNF, Brunet (V-1018) et Graesse (VII-230) ne mentionne pas la présence de ce texte intercalé. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE GIARD [LILLE, France]
2018-10-07 07:25:57
FILÓN DE ALEJANDRÍA [Philo Judaeus, c. 15 a.C.- c. 50 d.C.].
Amberes: Antverpiae, apud Johannem Keerbergium, 1614. 4to.imperial; 8 hs., 811 pp., 24 hs. Papel tostado. Encuadernación en pergamino, de la época. En esta edición de la obra completa de Filón, segunda tras la princeps de Ginebra, Petrus de la Roviere, 1613, se incluyen las notas de Adrien Turnebe (1512-1565) especialista de griego en la Biblioteca e Imprenta Real de Francia, y de David Hoeschel (1556-1617) con idéntica dedicación en Augsburgo. Y se añade el texto de Guillaume Budé (1467-1540) sobre el "De Mundo" de Filón que aparece en su "De transitu hellenismi ad christianismum" de Paris, 1534. El responsable de la edición, Segismundus Gelenius (circa 1498-1554), nacido en Praga, especialista en Griego, editor, corrector y traductor en las importantísimas Prensas de Froben en Basilea, estaba estrechamente ligado a Melanchton y Erasmo, con quien colaboró en numerosas ocasiones.
Bookseller: Hesperia Libros [ES]
2018-10-06 01:35:03
PLATTER, Felix.
Basel: Ludwig K�nig for Conrad Waldkirch, 1614. Basel: Ludwig König for Conrad Waldkirch, 1614. First edition. Hardcover. A fine copy of this important medical work by one of the foremost pathologists of the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries. It contains “the first known case report of the death from hypertrophy of the thymus (in an infant) and an account of a meningioma” (Norman). “The work also contains the first mention of the thickening of the palmer fascia which results in retraction of the fingers and later called Dupuytren's contracture”. (<i>Heirs of Hippocrates</i>). Norman 1716; <i>Heirs of Hippocrates</i> 373; G&M 3789 (endocrinology), 4297.9 (the earliest book listed on orthopaedics), and 4511.1 (neurology).<br/><br/> A disciple of Eustachi, Falloppio and Vesalius, Platter was one of the foremost pathologists of the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries, occupying a place midway between Fernel (1497-1558) and Bonet (1620-89).<br/><br/> “Platter proposed a classification of diseases based on symptoms, a system very different from that followed by contemporary practitioners. He performed over 300 dissections, making numerous significant pathological observations, including sublingual calculi, giantism, intestinal parasites, and cystic liver and kidneys associated with terminal anasarca. Platter also made the first attempt to classify mental diseases, grouping them under mental weakness (caused by heredity, trauma or physical illness), mental consternation Oistlessness, stupor, paralysis, agitation or catalepsy), deep sleep (comatose or torpid states … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SOPHIA RARE BOOKS [Denmark]
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2018-10-03 22:08:16
EMBLEM BOOK). ALCIATI, ANDREA
Lvgdvni: Apud Hæredes Gulielmi Rouillii [Guillaume Rouille], 1614. This is a fine representative example of the emblem book at its highest point of popularity, from a publishing house known for its editions of emblematic literature, offered here in a presentation binding with the arms of a French nobleman. The combination of allegorical pictures and epigrams that became known as an "emblem book" was popularized by the Milanese jurist Andrea Alciati (1492-1550), who established the format for the genre: each emblem appeared on a separate page, with title or motto and image, and a text explanation below. Emblem books combined images and text to teach a moral truth in such a way that the reader's memory would grasp it, not as a formula, but as a genuine experience that would serve as an effective guide to understanding and conduct. This singular category of illustrated books exerted a strong influence on both contemporary literature and the fine arts. French lexicographer Jean-Pierre Nicéron remarked that a person's education was not complete unless he knew Alciati in this version edited by esteemed scholar Claude Mignault, which first appeared in 1571. Alciati's first book had been printed in 1531 by Chrestien Wechel in Augsburg, but by the 1540s, the main production of emblem books had shifted to Lyon, where Guillaume Rouille, Jean de Tournes, and Macé Bonhomme produced competing editions. The animated series of woodcuts appearing here was produced for our printer Rouille in 1548 by Pierre Eskrich to compete with those cuts designed by Bernard Salomon f … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2018-10-03 20:34:23
Pas, Crispijn van de
Arnhem: Ioannem Ianssonium, 1614. First Edition. Hardcover. Item #21854 1614-1617. Five parts in one volume. Text in Latin. Contemporary full brown calf with five raised bands, gold lettering and gold decorations on the spine, edges stained red, marbled pastedown endpapers. Leaves measure 27 x 17.5 cm. Calf shows some wear but overall in very good condition, the corner of one leaf is torn. The book was professionally restored. There are many differences between copies of this title which differ in number of plates included. Unless otherwise specified the title pages, etc., follow the copy catalogued in Hunt Botanical Catalogue 199. This copy is as follows: BOOK I. VER. i. Title page (blank on verso); ii. Hepatica flore niveo w/ engraved garden on verso; iii. 51 numbered plates - plates #10 and 25 have been excised -- the last description in Latin is numbered 52. BOOK II. AESTAS. i. Title page - Differs slightly from Hunt - with Arnhemi - Ex Officina Ioannis Ianszonij, Anno 1617 (Index Aestivus on verso); ii. Paeonia w/ engraved garden on verso; iii. 20 numbered plates - last leaf is blank on recto. BOOK III. AUTUMNUS. i. Title page (blank on verso); ii. Clematidis altera species w/ engraved garden on verso; iii. 28 plates numbered as follows: number 1 to 11, number 13 to 23, number 12, number 25 (Narcissus marinis), number 24 (Crocus byzantinus), number 25 (Bulbus narcisci marini), Radix cyclamini (marked #13 and 14), Hyacintus germ. (marked d.12 - this is actually part of the Hyems and was bound here incorrectly); iv. Epigramma (blank on verso). BOOK IV. HYEMS. (title page … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Parigi Books [Schenectady, New York, US]
2018-10-02 18:32:45
1614. The outter shell of the spine is damaged. But the page's are still securely fastened. Consider this book is 400 years old the condition seems fair. Message me for more picture's. Serious inquiries only. London: Printed for Walter Burre, 1614. First edition with the engraved title-page and the "Minde of the Frontispiece" leaf, and 8 double-page plates and maps as issued. Folio, bound in full brown calf, gilt titles and tooling to the spine, raised bands. In very good condition with the text bright. A small early paper repair to the first page and page repair to the final leaf. Sir Walter Raleigh, The History of the World (1614) History of the World The History of the World: Suppressed by King James for "being too saucy in censuring Princes." This work was written by Sir Walter Raleigh, the famous English explorer, during his imprisonment in the Tower of London from 1603 to 1616. Raleigh, who had established the lost colony of Roanoke in present-day North Carolina and headed several expeditions to South America, was arrested upon the death of Queen Elizabeth and imprisoned by King James I, with whom he was highly unpopular. The History of the World was intended to outline historical events from creation to modern times, drawing on the Bible, Greek mythology, and other sources. Raleigh dedicated it to the young Prince Henry, his patron and supporter who was trying to secure his release from prison. The prince's death in 1612 discouraged Raleigh, and the book ends abruptly with the second Macedonian War instead of continuing through two more volumes as originally intended … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: vinlandviking [Dearborn Heights, Michigan, US]
2018-10-02 16:24:08
Gregor Richter
Johann Rhamba, 1614. For a condition report of this listing, please view our item description and photos below. Please contact us with any inquiries or questions. Description: Gregor Richter, Editio Nova Axiomatum Oeconomicorum Accessione multarum novarum Regularum, multarumq, Sententiarum & Exemplorum aucta & locupletata, a Gregorio Richtero Gorlicio. Two vol in one, Published Johann Rhamba 1604/1614. Editio Nova 490pp+ index. Axiomatum Historicorum Pars Tertia, Continens Axiomata Ecclesiastica...337pp+ Index. Embossed vellum covers with figure, blue stained edges, hand written title, raised bands, stamped "MCPP and 1617" on cover. 3.5lbs Martin of London, Los Angeles, CA Measures Approx., 6.75" x 8.25" x 3.125" Condition: Some edge wear, bumped corners, wormholes, split in the hinge, separation of the text block from the spine, but is still tight, no loose pages. phb730 We have a fine selection of quality items for sale at Amphora Art & Antiques. International as well as domestic customers are welcome - please contact us with questions regarding shipping or listings, and we will assist you quickly. All items can be inspected in-person or are available for pickup from our large Gardena warehouse with no additional fee or charge. The authenticity of all items listed are guaranteed to be as represented - all efforts are taken to ensure accurate and descriptive condition reports and photographs. We reserve the right to use another shipping carrier other than what is listed to ensure your purchase arrives safely. Fedex cannot ship to a P.O. Box. Please contact us before or upo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: amphora_art_antiques [Gardena, California, US]
2018-10-02 16:24:08
Gregor Richter
Johann Rhamba, 1614. For a condition report of this listing, please view our item description and photos below. Please contact us with any inquiries or questions. Description: Johann Joachim Winckelmann, Histoire de L'art Chez Les Anciens, Par Winkelmann; Traduite de L'allemand; Published Paris H. J. Jansen 1789; Vol I, II, III in three volumes. (Registre fur le registre XXIV de la chabre royale & Syndicate des Libraires & Imprimeurs de Paris, No. 1859, fol. III, conformement aux dispositions enonoees dans le present privilege, & a la charge de remettre a ladite Chambre les neuf exemplaires preserits par l'arret du conseil du 16 Avril 1785. A Paris le 20 Janvier 1789. Sign, Cailleau, Adjoint.) Published Paris, H. J. Jansen 1789; Translated from German; Vol I 695pp + 25 plates in the back plus numerous illustrations throughout. Frontis engraved portrait of the author. Vol.II has 692pp, engraved frontis, 37 plates and a few illustrations throughout. Vol.III has engraved frontis, 405pp + 3 plates and a few illustrations throughout. 1/4 calf on mottled boards, raised bands, gilt title and decoration on spine. Marbled endpapers. 11lbs Measures Approx., 6.75" x 8.25" x 3.125" Condition: Some edge wear, bumped corners, wormholes, split in the hinge, separation of the text block from the spine, but is still tight, no loose pages. We have a fine selection of quality items for sale at Amphora Art & Antiques. International as well as domestic customers are welcome - please contact us with questions regarding shipping or listings, and we will assist you quickly. All items can be inspec … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: amphora_art_antiques [Gardena, California, US]
2018-10-01 21:29:06
Romae: ex Typographia Sauariana. 4to, pp. [8], 474, [3]; parallel text in double column (Arabic and Latin); woodcut coat-of-arms on title-p., woodcut printer's device on the antepenultimate leaf; contemporary ink marginalia on the first two leaves of the text; contemporary full vellum, manuscript titling on spine, yapp edges, page edges stained blue; the last 75 leaves with rodent nibblings in the fore-margin extending into the leaf approximately 3/8 of an inch but never approaching any text; the vellum also neatly restored at the fore-margin; 19th century bookplate of Dr. Grauff, and the bookseller's ticket of S. Wolf, Antiquare, Heidelberg. Contained in a brown cloth clamshell box, leather label on spine. "In a recent study Duverdier has shown how Savary de Breves, Ambassador of France in Constantinople from 1584 to 1606, in a crusading spirit conceived the idea of an Oriental press, so that, with the printing of religious works in Syriac and Arabic, the Christian minorities in the Levant would be better prepared to understand and accept the Roman church when their political liberation was near. He has Arabic and Syriac type cut during his stay in Rome (1608-1614) with which first Bellarmin's Catechism in Arabic was published in 1613. An Arabic Psalter was begun at the same time and published a year later ... The Arabic typeface for this edition was probably cut by Sottile or another Italian craftsman, and is closely modeled after a Vatical manuscript of the Psalter" (Smitskamp). Darlow & Moule, 1641; Smitskamp, Philologia Orientalis, 33.
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [Saint Paul, Minnesota, US]
2018-10-01 06:05:26
Condition: Good. See Photos. Golden yellow cloth boards with black printing. No sun damage. All spines are in very good condition. Overall in good+++ condition. Some yellowing on flyleaf pages, and dissipates quickly with a couple of page turns. Detailed photos of volume ten indicates quality of all books. A number of fold out pages with intricate text or drawings. No writing inside. Pages are nice and clean. The Horizon Publishing Co. Chung Hohsiang, Taipei Taiwan Republic of China. Seller Lot #1614. See Photos. Golden yellow cloth boards with black printing. No sun damage. All spines are in very good condition. Overall in good+++ condition. Some yellowing on flyleaf pages, and dissipates quickly with a couple of page turns. Detailed photos of volume ten indicates quality of all books. A number of fold out pages with intricate text or drawings. No writing inside. Pages are nice and clean. The Horizon Publishing Co. Chung Hohsiang, Taipei Taiwan Republic of China. Seller Lot #1614. The listed shipping costs are for lower 48 (USA) states destinations. If sending outside the lower 48 states, I will calculate the total shipping costs. I ship internationally and encourage buyers to use the eBay Global Shipping Program. If there is a difference between the item description and the photos, use the photos to resolve. Photos are of the exact item(s) you will receive. Should you be moved to give positive feedback, expect thoughtful and kind positive feedback in return. Thanks for looking at my item! Check out other vintage items I have at http://stores.ebay.com/Suburbia- … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Suburbia Harvest [Chapel Hill, North Carolina, US]
2018-09-29 01:19:42
Caspar Bauhin
Oppenheim: 1614. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: bluemangobooksandmanuscripts [New Hope, Pennsylvania, US]
2018-09-20 22:59:03
PURCHAS SAMUEL.
Printed by William Stansby for Henrie Fetherstone and are to be sold at his Shop in Pauls Church-yard at the Signe of the Rose, 1614. Samuel Purchas 1577-1626. A Learned English divine and compiler of a valuable collection of travels. educated at Cambridge. In 1604 he was instituted vicar of Eastwood in Essex but leaving the cure of it to his brother removed to London the better to carry on the great work he had undertaken. He published the first volume in 1613 and the four last in 1625. His Pilgrimages and the learned Hackluyts Voyages led the way to all other collections of that kind and have been justly valued and esteemed.--McClintock Strong Cycl Bibl Theol Eccl Lit. VIII794. This volume though published first in 1613 in its 4th edition of 1626 always accompanies and forms the 5th volume of the authors 4 volume work published in 1625. This work is an entirely different work from his larger collection of Pilgrimes of which the fourth edition of this forms a fifth or supplementary volume. The distinction between the two works is explained by the author himself in the dedication prefixed to the fourth edition of the Pilgrimage in the following words I had pleased his Majestie to enquire further into the different scope of my Pilgrimage my then presented Pilgrims which here also for the Readers sake I think fit to answer that These Brethren holdin much resemblance in name nature and feature yet differ both in object and subject This being mine owne in matter though borrowed and in some of words and method. Whereas my Pilgrims are the Authors themselves acting their owne par … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: John Nathan Stroud [Williamsburg, West Virginia, US]
2018-09-19 09:06:33
Selden John
By William Stansby for Iohn Helme [etc.], London, 1614. Contemporary vellum, somewhat marked, later label, "ex dono amicissimi Gulielmi Welde 1619" on the title, sturdy with good margins; the Taussig copy First edition of Selden's first major work, his monumental effort devoted to peerage law, heraldry and genealogy, appearing shortly after he was called to the bar, treating not only of England but of the ancient world and of foreign empires [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc., member ABAA [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2018-09-19 05:52:03
Selden, John
First edition of Selden's first major work, his monumental effort devoted to peerage law, heraldry and genealogy, appearing shortly after he was called to the bar, treating not only of England but of the ancient world and of foreign empires. Contemporary vellum, somewhat marked, later label, "ex dono amicissimi Gulielmi Welde 1619" on the title, sturdy with good margins; the Taussig copy. By William Stansby for Iohn Helme [etc.], London, 1614.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2018-09-05 16:10:24
Fiaschi Cesare
appresso Vicenzo Somascho, in Venetia, 1614. Legatura 800 in mz. pergamena con angoli. Titolo oro su tassello in pelle al ds. Tagli colorati. Ottimo, assai fresco esemplare. Due opere molto rare, la prima in quarta edizione, l altra in seconda. Edizione non presente in Vinciana (che ha solo il Trattato di Scacco datato 1603) né in Br. Libr. Menessier de la Lance I, p. 481 (cita altre edizioni, ma non la nostra). 8vo (cm. 21), due Opere - ciascuna con proprio frontespizio - legate in un volume, 4 cc.nn., 139(1) pp., 6 cc.nn. con 62 ill.ni xilografiche n.t. a piena pagina; 151(1) pp. con 60 raffigurazioni di cavalli n.t. Marca tipografica ai due frontis. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Ex Libris ALAI-ILAB/LILA member [Roma, Italy]
2018-09-04 20:14:45
1614. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. 1614 German Old Master Albrecht Durer Renaissance Art Drawing Artistic Anatomy EXQUISITE translation by the famous Meigret A fascinating work of the drawing of the human figure by Albrecht Durer translated by 16th-century grammarian Louis Meigret. Meigret was most known for writing the very first grammatical description of the French language. Due to this, his French translations are exceptionally accurate and respected. During his life, however, he struggled to find a suitable printer that would take on his work. This was because Meigret sought to simplify French spelling by focusing only on pronunciation. This was a highly unpopular move with the public. However, 19th-century linguist Charles Livet said "It is not Dubois, it is not Henri Etienne who is the father of French grammar: it is Meigret." Albrecht Dürer (1471 - 1528) was a German painter, engraver, printmaker, mathematician, and theorist from Nuremberg. His high-quality woodcuts (nowadays often called Meisterstiche or "master prints") established his reputation and influence across Europe when he was still in his twenties, and he has been conventionally regarded as the greatest artist of the Northern Renaissance. We do not find another example of this exceedingly rare title for sale worldwide. Main author: Albrecht Dürer; Louis Meigret (transl.) Title: Les quatre livres d'Albert Durer : peinctre & geometrien tres excellent, de la proportion des parties & pourtraicts des corps humains Published: Arnhem : Jean Jeansz, 16 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-09-01 10:46:03
Althusius, Johannes
Herbonae Nassoviorum : [Corvinus], 1614.. Editio tertia, duabus prioribus multo auctior [8nn Bl. (Titelblatt in rot/schwarz gedruckt mit Druckermarke)], 1003 S., [24nn Bl.]. 8° Ganzpergamenteinband der Zeit mit handsdchriftlichem Rückentitel.. VD17 1:001507S; DG 3.7607; Stintzing/L. I, 457f.; Gierke, Althusius S. 18-36; Linde, Nassauer Drucke, Herborn 143. - Dritte Ausgabe, zugleich ein Druck aus der ersten Herborner Offizin, selten. Althusius` berühmtes Hauptwerk, "die erste Staats- u. Gesellschaftslehre auf deutschrechtlicher Basis" (NDB I, 224), in dem neben der Aufstellung eines vollständigen Systems die Durchführung des Gedankens der Volkssouveränität im Mittelpunkt steht. - The major work of Johannes Altusius - the first german Theorie of State and Society - in the third edition and at once the first print of the "Herborner Offzin".
Bookseller: Antiquariat Michael Solder [Germany]
2018-09-01 06:57:09
Ortelius Hieronimus, 1524-1614
Ortelius Hieronimus, 1524-1614. Ungarn/Kriegschronik, Ortelius H., anno 1604, 29Portrs.,30 Taf., UNGARN - ORTELIUS, H., Chronologia oder historische Beschreibung aller Kriegsempörungen unnd belagerungen der Stätt und Vestungen in Ober und Under Ungern mit den Türcken von A°. 1395 biß auff gegenwertige Zeit geschehen. Itzund aber von Newem Corrigirt. Nürnberg, Lochner für Sibmacher, 1604. 4°. Mit gestoch. Titel, 29 gestoch. Portrs., 30 doppelblattgr. Kupfertafeln und gefalt. Kupferstichkarte. 3 Bl., 581 S. (1 Bl. Errata zwischengeb.), 21 Bl. Mod. Hpgt. mit Rsch. (leicht fleckig, berieben und bestoßen). 135. Nebehay-W. 463 (zweite Ausg. 1603). Seltene dritte Ausgabe der umfangreichen Kriegschronik mit Schlacht und Belagerungsansichten zahlreicher ungarischer Städte in den "Türkenkriegen. Hier auch die oft fehlende Karte vorhanden; gegenüber" der zweiten Ausgabe von 1603 um weitere drei Porträts vermehrt. Vorderer Vorsatz mit eingeklebtem Katalogtext und Besitzvermerk, Titel bis an den Rand der Darstellung beschnitten und aufgezogen, viele der Ansichten mit Randausbrüchen (meist mit geringem, tls. auch größerem Darstellungsverlust) und aufgezogen, einige Ansichten knapp beschnitten, Karte mit Ausschnitten im linken Rand, einige meist restaurierte Randläsuren, S. 577/578 verbunden, etw. braunfl., wasserrandig (auch wenige Tafeln) und gebräunt. NACHGEB.: DERS., Continuatio Deß Hungerischen und Sibenbürgischen Kriegswesens, Vom 1. Januarj. Anno 1603. biß auff jetziges 1604. Jar. Ebda. 1604. 1 Bl., 35 S. Erste Ausgabe. Rare third edition of the extensive war chronicle with views o … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat [Hammelburg, Germany]
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2018-08-14 16:44:37
Prudencio de Sandoval]
Pamplona, Nicolás de Assiayn [Asiain], 1614. Folio, [3]+166 folios. FALTO DEL GRABADO ANTES DE PORTADA. Pergamino rotulado en lomo, resto de cierres de cuerda, falto de guarda anterior. EJEMPLAR FATIGADO: portada con anotaciones, falta en margen inferior, sin afectar; ex libris borrado en varias páginas, numerosas anotaciones, puntas dobladas. Pérez Goyena 298
Bookseller: MIQUELEIZ ANTIGUEDADES [PAMPLONA, Spain]
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! [3 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski [DE]
2018-08-03 15:15:50
Puteanus Erycius (De Put Errijck)
Typis Io. Christoph. Flavii apud Ioan. Sassenium, 1614. 2 opere in un vol. in-8° antico (175x100mm), pp. (32), 222, (1). Segue: Erycius Puteanus, Democritus, sive De Risu Dissertatio Saturnalis, publica Lovanii habita, Lovanii, apud Io. Christoph. Flavium, 1612, pp. (8), 22, (2). Legatura coeva p. pergamena molle con titolo manoscritto in antico al dorso. Imprese tipografiche incise su legno ai due frontespizi. Testatine, culs-de-lampe e capilettera ornati xilograficamente. Normali quanto leggere fioriture e bruniture. Antichi timbri di possesso nobiliare. Bell'esemplare. Edizione originale di entrambe le opere. La prima, impressa con il concorso degli Elzevier (molti esemplari recano la dicitura "typis Io. Christoph. Flavii: apud Lud. Elzeviriumm", in quanto si tratta di una emissione simultanea di edizione condivisa), è una lunga dissertazione storica sull'origine e le vicende degli Insubri, popolazione dell'antica Lombardia; numerosi i riferimenti alla storia dell'antica Milano. La seconda opera è una singolare disquisizione sul riso e la comicità che il Puteanus (Venloo, 1574-Lovanio, 1646) lesse pubblicamente a Lovanio. Graesse, V, 512. Brunet, IV, p. 982. Hoepli, 848. Manca alla principali bibliografie.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Galleria Gilibert [IT]
2018-08-02 08:00:55
Leucht, Valentin:
Mainz - Köln: J. Gymnicus, 1614. Erstauflage, EA 8, 936, 226, 29 Seiten 6 Bünde, Goldprägung am Buchrücken, ganzseitig gestochenes Titelblatt, elf ganzseitige Stiche, Kanten etwas berieben, Buchrücken oben und unten etwas randrissig, einige Seiten leichte Wurmschäden, sonst guter Zustand Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Valentinum Leuchthium - Wundergeschichten - übernatürliche Erscheinungen
Bookseller: Antiquariat Buchseite [Wien, WIEN, Austria]
2018-07-23 15:25:02
Casaubon, Isaac:
London [Printed at Eliot's Court Press] ex officina Nortonianae apud Ioan Billium, 1614. Bound with:Montagu, RichardAnalecta Ecclesiasticarum exercitationum. ? London, [Haviland, Islip], pro Societate Bibliopolarum, 1622.Folio (282 x 182 mm). Two works in one volume.Casaubon: (35) leaves, 773, (1) p., (11) leaves (without last blank). Woodcut title-border.Montagu: (32), 390, (2) p. Without first blank. Woodcut title-border. Ex-libris on paste-down. Faint marginal waterstaining to the first third of the Casaubon. Thin old underlinings in brown ink. Provenance: Purchase note on first title of a Godschalk Duvius, who bought the copy in Leyden in 1645; Duvius is the author of a Oratio de studio et cultura, pubished Leyden 1646.In a famous chapter, pp. 70-87, Casaubon destroys the previous general opinion - especially of Renaissance philosophers from Ficino to Bruno, that by the Corpus Hermeticum we have access to a pre-Judaic and pre-Christian philosophy. By several arguments he dates the Corpus Hermeticum to the fourth post-Christian century. Following F. A. Yates (G. Bruno and the Hermetic Tradition, pp. 398ff.) Casaubon's book marks the end of the Renaissance.ESTC 107197 & 115050. Wing 4745 & 18029.
Bookseller: Dinter [Cologne, N/A, Germany]
2018-07-22 04:01:39
Bérault, Josias
Seconde édition. Rouen, De l’Imprimerie de Raphael Du Petit Val, chez David du Petit Val, 1614. Relié, plein velin, titre manuscrit pratiquement effacé au dos, petit manque de velin en haut du revers de la reliure, tranches rouges, les deux plats sont décorés d’une croix à dessins géométriques, in-4 de 9ff.-1064 pages, 6 pages (arrests à rapporter cy dessus sous l’Article lxix. page 121) et 18ff. (table et privilège). Erreurs de pagination sans affecter le texte: page 12 pour 11, 284 pour 296, 218 pour 308, 219 pour 309, 322 pour 312, absence des pages 337 et 338 sans manque, erreur de pagination, cahier double 563 à 570, 998 pour698, 637 pour 737, 519 pour 919, 773 pour 930, page 939 petit manque de papier sans affecter le texte. Il manque le portrait. Bon exemplaire. Ouvrage illustré d’une gravure sur bois, hors-texte, page 305 et de 8 schémas. Cette 2ème édition est augmentée des arrêts publiés après la 1ère édition de 1612. Édouard Frère, dans sa bibliographie normande, I-95, nous indique que Josias Bérault naquit à Rouen en 1563, mourut à Saint-Fulvien, près de Laigle vers 1640. "il est à proprement parlé, dit l’abbé Saas, le premier qui ait commenté notre coutume. Il y a dans son commentaire un ordre et une oeconomie qui ne se trouvent point dans les commentateurs précédents, qui avaient encore un peu le goût gothique". Hoefer V-453 "ce jurisconsulte venu avant Henri Basnage, auquel il a frayé le chemin, a publié un commentaire assez estimé sur la Coutume de Normandie". Dans ses commentaires l’auteur confronte la coutume avec la pratique judiciaire et surtout dans la … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: au cri de la chouette [montmorillon, ., France]
2018-07-18 22:08:55
Hildebrand, Wolfgang:
Erfurt, gedruckt bey Jacob Sachssen, In Vorlegung Johan Birckners Buchh., 1614. (8), 50, (3) Bll., Titel in Schwarz u. Rot / (1), 53, (2) Bll. / (1), 35, (4) Bll. / (1), 27, (3) Bll., (Paginierung der Haupttexte nur auf der rechten Seite), 8°, Pergament d. Zt. (alle zus. in einem Bd.) Rosenthal 2934 (zur Ausg. 1610); Ackermann I/480 (zur Ausg. 1622 u. Teil II. 1619): "Seltenes Volksbuch". - Gehört zur Kategorie der Hausväterliteratur, das neben Rezepten u. praktischen Ratschlägen z.B.: "Das einem die Fische nachfolgen; Fische mit Angeln zu fangen" (Bd.II, 44f), auch Okkultes enthält: "Wenn ein junger Gesell bulerischer weise bezaubert / oder mit unordentlicher Liebe gegen einem Weibsbilde entzündet were." (Bd.I,42); "Wie man die Hexen und Zauberinnen erkennen sol." (Bd.I,44); "Schätze graben." (Bd.IV,23). - Einband etwas fleckig; Innendeckel mit ExLibris von Gustaf Berndtsson; ohne das Frontispiz u. das letzte Blatt des Registers von Teil 4; durchgehend etwas gebräunt; Titel mit gelöschten kl. Besitzervermerken u. wie alle Zwischentitel mit der durchstrichenen Unterzeile "Magia Naturalis"; tlw. kl. Fleckspuren, sonst ein gutes Expl.
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Hans-Jürgen Lange [Wietze, Germany]
2018-07-13 12:12:53
John Dickenson (writer and spy) James I/ VI; Thomas Howard - Earl of Suffolk
London; Arnhem; Heidelberg: Unpublished, 1614 Book. Very Good. No Binding. Signed by Author(s). 19x29cm [4]. A 1614 manuscript account of escorting the 'winter Queen' Princess Elizabeth (1596-1662, daughter of James VI/I) from Arnhem to Heidelberg following her wedding to Frederick V in February 1613, submitted by the romance writer and government-agent John Dickenson to the Privy Council for payment and counter-signed by Thomas Howard, Earl of Suffolk and Lord Treasurer. Elizabeth and her retinue - including Dickenson who joined at Arnhem - travelled from London to her husband's royal seat in Heidelberg whilst being entertained along the way by players, performances and with lavish displays of food and drink at every stop. 'Mr Dickenson's bill' as the docket title has it evidences the considerable expense to the Privy Council in securing such a favorable match for the second in line to the throne and ultimately founding the Hanoverian line of succession in Elizabeth's grandson, George I. The bill is written on a folio-sized bifolium, main text on the first recto and docket title with a couple of additional notes on the final verso. The document has has the remnants of an old yellow album page on the final leaf and is browned and stained but legibly written in Elizabethan secretary hand, signed by 'John Dickenson' and counter-signed by Thomas Howard as 'Suffolke'. In the first paragraph Dickenson states his claim as: 'John Dickenson his Ma.ties late Agent with the Princes possessors of Cloves & Juliers [Duchy of Jülich-Cleves-Berg] humblie craveth allowance according to his … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Modernfirsteditions Ltd ABA/ ILAB/ PBFA [Ilkley, United Kingdom]
2018-07-13 07:37:39
Pantera Pantero.
Appresso Egidio Spada,, In Roma, 1614. (Codice AN/3196) In 4° antico (23x16,5 cm) [16]-407[59] pp. Edizione originale. Grande stemma calcografico con le armi della famiglia Di Castro (dedicataria); testatina, capilettera e finalini xilografici. Alla pag. di registro si trova la marca dello stampatore: Leone con spada su trimonzio. Mottto: "Non commovebitur". In fine dettagliata "Tavola di tutte le materie" e ampio "Vocabolario Nautico". Ingialliture, connesse all qualità della carta, nella sola prima metà del volume. Piccola etichetta e segnetto di penna alla sguardia. Legatura in pergamena morìbida coeva. Titolo manoscritto al dorso e taglio inferiore. Eccellente esemplare in ottimo stato. Euro 3900.00 All books are in stock in fine conditions or described meticulously. Very safe packaging [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Bergoglio Libri d'Epoca [RIVALBA, TO, Italy]
2018-07-05 06:27:15
LIPSIUS,JUSTUS - ROMAN WARS AND ROMAN WAR MACHINERY.
Antverpen, Ex Officina Plantiniana, Apud Viduam & Filios Ioannis Moreti, 1614. - (Second work:) Ex Officina Plantiniana, Apud Ioannem Moretum., 1605. Large 4to. Contemp. full vellum over wood, fully intact. Some scratches and brownspots to covers.Front free endpaper missing. Engraved printers device (Plantin) at titlepage. 397,(6) pp, 1 double-page engraved plate, 3 full-page engravings, 7 large textengravings, many woodengraved illustrations in the text.Wood-engraved initials. First 4 leaves a bit frayed in outer margin (but margins wide). Light yellowing to leaves, a few insignificant brownspots. Poliorceticon: Engraved printers device (Plantin) at titlepage. 219,(7) pp. 25 full-page engraved illustrations, 11 half-page engravings, wood-cut initials. Printers large wood-cut device at end. The 5 last leaves frayed in outer margins (margins wide). Light yellowing to leaves. ¶ The volume contains Justus Lipsius's two importent works on Roman military history in the fine printings from the Plantin office. "De Militia Romana", first published in 1595, is a commentary on Polybius's "History", with the Greek text and a parallel Latin translation. "Poliorcetica" (1599) is a study of the Roman machinery of war. Both works are illustrated with the fine engravings of Peeter vander Borcht and Theodore Galle.<br><br>"His (Lipsius) throughout acquaince with Latin literature and Roman history is conspicuous in his numerous treatises, especially in those entitled "De Militia Romana" and "Poliorcetia" (the former including a commentary on the Roman Camp as described by Polybius)..." … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lynge & Son [Denmark]
2018-06-30 06:35:05
Cervantes de Saavedra, Miguel de
1614. Brussels. Roger Velpio. 8vo, (166 x 97 mm). 8ff., 616 pp. Nineteenth century red morocco by Hardy, boards with triple gilt fillet, faux raised bands to spine, tooled and lettered in gilt, inner dentelle gilt, in excellent condition. A very nice copy, unwashed, some browning as expected.- First printing of the Novelas outside of Spain, one year after the first and amongst the first 4. The Novelas were, as the Quijote -but to an obviously lesser level-, an immediate success, reprinted over 20 times in the 17thcentury. Salva remarks the extreme rarity of the first edition (1613, by Cuesta), claiming he didn’t know of a single copy in Spain; all early editions are very rare. This is probably the third or fourth edition, printed in the same year as Pamplona, Barcelona and Madrid [Seville]. Contains: La Gitanilla ; El amante liberal ; Rinconete y Cortadillo ; La Española Inglesa ; El Licenciado Vidriera ; La fuerça de la sangre ; El zeloso estremeño ; La illustre Fregona ; Las dos Donzellas ; La Señora Cornelia ; El casamie¯to engañoso ; La de los Perros. Rare on the market, only two complete copies of this edition have appeared at auction in 30 years, and a couple more of the Pamplona edition. Provenance: bookseller’s catalogue entry on front paste-down. Palau, 53402.
Bookseller: HS Rare Books [Argentina]
2018-06-25 06:32:11
DAVID, Victorio SCIALAC ou Nasrallah Salaq al-Aquri, Gabriel SIONITE ou Jibr ' l a - ahy n et François SAVARY DE BREVES.
Savary de Brèves (excudebat Stephanus Paulinus), Superiorum permissu, ex typographia Savariana, Romae, MDCXIV (1614) Petit in-4°, reliure en veau d'époque, 474 pages. Il s'agit de la première édition de cet ouvrage. A l'origine de ce livre se trouve SAVARY DE BREVES, grand orientaliste et habile diplomate (il fit conclure entre la France et l'Empire Ottoman le fameux Traité d'Alliance et de Commerce en 1604).SAVARY DE BREVES, après son ambassade auprès de la Porte Ottomane (1591-1605), fut nommé à ROME, où il resta en poste de 1607 à 1614. Ayant rapporté de nombreux manuscrits de CONSTANTINOPLE, il voulut faire imprimer une traduction en arabe des PSAUMES de DAVID. Il fit ciseler des caractères orientaux (par Etienne PAULIN) qui sont parmi les plus beaux -dit-on- qui aient été jamais gravés, et qui sont du reste toujours conservés à la Bibliothèque nationale. Et c'est donc à Rome qu'il fit imprimer ce psautier dans sa propre maison, et à ses frais (et sans doute aussi aux frais du Pape Paul V...).I Cette impression se fit sous l'autorité de deux Maronites du Mont-Liban: Nasrallah Salaq al-'Aquri et Jibr ' l a - ahy n , mieux connus sous le nom de Victorius Scialac Accurensis et Gabriel Sionita. (Smitskamp, page 161, écrit: "Scialac fut l'un des premiers maîtres chrétiens d'Orient qui, par ses publications, défendit les causes de l'orientalisme européen et de la chrétienté orientale; il enseigna l'arabe et le syriaque à l'université de Rome entre 1610 et 1631. Il travaillèrent sur la base d'une traduction arabe du Catéchisme de Bellarmin. On rapporte que cette traduction … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Dhouailly [Paris, France]
2018-06-22 09:48:35
BARTOLI Cosimo
Venezia, Sebastiano Combi, 1614. In-4° piccolo (22 x 7), ff. 145+(3). Frontespizio xilografico con varie raffigurazioni allegoriche entro cornice archittonica, ritratto del Bartoli al verso del f. 4, moltissime xilografie nel testo (di cui 6 a piena pagina) con figure geomtriche e operazioni geodetiche, 2 tavole xilografiche ripiegate f.t. tra i ff. 84 e 85, con segnature L5 e L6. Legatura piena pergamena coeva. Qualche ingiallitura, ma ottimo esemplare. (8167) Ristampa seicentesca, di questa nota opera del Bartoli, già pubblicata da Cosimo de Franceschi nel 1564 e nel 1589, assai apprezzata anche se non costituisce opera del tutto originale, poiché attinge in parte per le belle illustrazioni al testo dei Commentarii di Juan de Rojas Sarmiento, sull'uso dell'astrolabio pubblicati a Parigi da Vascosan nel 1550 (cfr. Mortimer, Italian XVIth Century Books, n. 45). Oltre che per la esposizione delle tecniche di misurazione, è interessante anche la descrizione di diversi "strumenti da misurare" allora utilizzati. Il fiorentino Cosimo Bartoli (1503-72), letterato e linguista, in gioventù aveva coltivato anche l'architettura e le matematiche, oltre alle discipline linguistiche; fu traduttore ed editore delle opere di Leon Battista Alberti, e dimostrò le potenzialità della lingua volgare anche in campo scientifico. "Scritto con sobrietà e chiarezza è un trattato di matematica applicata, Del modo di misurare le distantie...". (D.B.I., VI/p. 563). Smith, Rara Arithmetica, II/p. 315; Riccardi, I/col. 90, n. l.3: "E' uno dei migliori trattati di geometria pratica pubblicati nel sec. XV … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Soave [IT]
2018-06-19 08:54:02
In-12 de 15 pp., maroquin bleu nuit, dos à nerfs orné, triple filet doré en encadrement sur les plats, armes au centre, double filet sur les coupes, dentelle intérieure, tranches dorées (Pagnant). Pièce importante relative à la Révolte des Princes de 1614. « Oeuvre, conçue en termes énergiques, d'un homme cultivé, ayant des idées générales, même en matière de politique extérieure, et connaissant l'histoire de l'antiquité grecque et romaine. La guerre civile ne peut pas être un remède aux maux invoqués et cela d'autant plus que les puissants qui en donnent le signal seront les premiers épargnés, alors que les innocents ” qui n'en peuvent mais ” seront opprimés. Il est d'ailleurs de l'intérêt de Condé de ne pas faire la guerre : car tout le monde se retourne contre lui. Ses motifs ne subsistent plus, puisque la régente souscrit à la convocation et à la réunion des États-Généraux. Il serait donc préférable qu'au lieu de combattre la France il conduisit les forces chrétiennes contre le Turc, comme le fit autrefois Alexandre le Grand contre les Perses » (Bourgeois et André). Très bel exemplaire aux armes du vicomte Edmond de Poncins, avec son ex-libris. Bourgeois et André, Sources, 2037.
Bookseller: Bonnefoi Livres Anciens [Paris, France]
2018-06-15 15:40:09
Cervantes de Saavedra, Miguel de
First printing of the Novelas outside of Spain, one year after the first and amongst the first 4. The Novelas were, as the Quijote -but to an obviously lesser level-, an immediate success, reprinted over 20 times in the 17thcentury. Salva remarks the extreme rarity of the first edition (1613, by Cuesta), claiming he didn't know of a single copy in Spain; all early editions are very rare. This is probably the third or fourth edition, printed in the same year as Pamplona, Barcelona and Madrid [Seville]. Contains: La Gitanilla ; El amante liberal ; Rinconete y Cortadillo ; La Española Inglesa ; El Licenciado Vidriera ; La fuerça de la sangre ; El zeloso estremeño ; La illustre Fregona ; Las dos Donzellas ; La Señora Cornelia ; El casamie¯to engañoso ; La de los Perros. Rare on the market, only two complete copies of this edition have appeared at auction in 30 years, and a couple more of the Pamplona edition. Provenance: bookseller's catalogue entry on front paste-down. Palau, 53402.
Bookseller: HS Rare Books [Argentina]
2018-06-12 06:04:58
BALTASAR ALAMOS DE BARRIENTOS, TRAD. .CAYO CORNELIO TACITO.
1614 Luis Sanchez. Juan Hasrey, Madrid Dirigido a don Francisco Gómez de Sandoval y Rojas. Con Grabado portada. Escudo. 13 (h) + 1003 pg. + 76 (h) . 29x22 cm. Errores de paginación. Algo guillotinado. 16 Anales de C. Cornelio Tacito. 5 historias de C. Cornelio Tacito. Costumbres de los Alemanes. Vida de Julio Agricola. Cosas notables. Tabla de los aforismos. Enc. en pergamino época Con rozaduras. Para ver o recibir fotografías de los libros puede ir a nuestra web. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Costa LLibreter [Vic, Spain]
2018-06-06 07:18:12
VEGA, Lope de.
Brusselas : Roger Velpio & Umberto Antonio. Cinquième édition très rare de ce roman.Paru pour la première fois en 1612, Pastores de Belen est un roman pastoral composé par Lope de Vega (1562-1635) à une période charnière de sa vie. Écrivain reconnu, bon vivant menant une vie plutôt désordonnée, il doit faire face, cette année là, au décès d’un de ses fils (Carlos Félix à qui est dédié l’ouvrage) et à celui de son épouse. La remise en question qui en découle le pousse à prendre un virage radical et le 24 mai 1614 il est ordonné prêtre. Composé de passages en vers et en prose, cet ouvrage, centré sur la naissance du Christ et l’adoration des bergers, est en réalité une étude sur la notion plus complexe d’origine. Charmant exemplaire dans sa reliure en vélin de l’époque.Reliure un peu salie, manque la première garde blanche. Feuillets parfois brunis, tache page 321, travail de vers en marge des pages 387 et suivantes, petites mouillures marginales. Grignotage en marge des deux premiers feuillets. Reste de lacets sur les plats. Brunet V, 1109. (10 ff.), 636 pp., (1 f.). Petit in-12, 143 x 80 Vélin crème à recouvrements, dos lisse, titre manuscrit au dos (reliure de l’époque).
Bookseller: Busser [PARIS, France]
2018-06-04 21:20:06
BOYS, John
London, Imprinted for William Aspley, 1614. An exposition of the festivall Epistles and Gospels, vsed in our English Liturgie. Together with a reason why the Church did chuse the same. . The second part from the Purification of blessed Mary the Virgin, to the feast of S. Iohn the Baptist. London, Imprinted for William Aspley, 1614. 4to, pp. (iv) 159 (i); A2 B-L8 . Roman and Italic letter, sporadic Greek. Title-page within a plain double-fillet border, pages ruled in black with references section to the outer margin, head- and tailpieces. A crisp, untrimmed and surprisingly widemargined copy bound in modern speckled paper over boards with older label to front cover. A lovely copy. This is the second part of three texts forming ‘An Exposition of the Festival Epistles and Gospels, used in our English Liturgie’. The first part was published in 1613 and the third one in 1615. John Boys (1571-1625) was Dean of Canterbury. Before covering such high position, he proved himself as a very skilled preacher. While in service at St Mary’s, Cambridge, Archbishop Richard Bancroft took him into his favour, and he preached at Ashford, on the occasion of the primate holding his primary visitation there on 11 September 1607. Two years after, Boys published his first work, ‘The Minister’s Invitatorie, being An Exposition of all the Principall Scriptures used in our English Liturgie: together with a reason why the Church did chuse the same’. The work was dedicated to Bancroft, who had lately been made chancellor of the University of Oxford, and in the ‘dedicatorie epistle’ Boys speaks of his ‘l … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Symonds Rare Books Ltd [London, United Kingdom]
2018-06-04 15:21:50
John Dickenson (writer and spy) James I/ VI; Thomas Howard - Earl of Suffolk
London; Arnhem; Heidelberg: Unpublished, 1614 Book. Very Good. No Binding. Signed by Author(s). 19x29cm [4]. A 1614 manuscript account of escorting the 'winter Queen' Princess Elizabeth (1596-1662, daughter of James VI/I) from Arnhem to Heidelberg following her wedding to Frederick V in February 1613, submitted by the romance writer and government-agent John Dickenson to the Privy Council for payment and counter-signed by Thomas Howard, Earl of Suffolk and Lord Treasurer. Elizabeth and her retinue - including Dickenson who joined at Arnhem - travelled from London to her husband's royal seat in Heidelberg whilst being entertained along the way by players, performances and with lavish displays of food and drink at every stop. 'Mr Dickenson's bill' as the docket title has it evidences the considerable expense to the Privy Council in securing such a favorable match for the second in line to the throne and ultimately founding the Hanoverian line of succession in Elizabeth's grandson, George I. The bill is written on a folio-sized bifolium, main text on the first recto and docket title with a couple of additional notes on the final verso. The document has has the remnants of an old yellow album page on the final leaf and is browned and stained but legibly written in Elizabethan secretary hand, signed by 'John Dickenson' and counter-signed by Thomas Howard as 'Suffolke'. In the first paragraph Dickenson states his claim as: 'John Dickenson his Ma.ties late Agent with the Princes possessors of Cloves & Juliers [Duchy of Jülich-Cleves-Berg] humblie craveth allowance according to his … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Modernfirsteditions Ltd ABA/ ILAB/ PBFA [Ilkley, United Kingdom]
2018-05-31 14:40:41
MAIER, Michael
Thomas Creede, London, 1614. 4to, ff. [6], pp. 285, [14], with engraved title and an engraved architectural dedication leaf; the lettering of the first lines of the title within rules in red ink; tip of upper outer corner of title a little worn; paper flaw to lower blank edges of two leaves; lightly browned; four leaves a bit brown stained; a few early marginal ink marks or underlinings; a very good copy in early vellum; two 18th-century ownership inscriptions to lower margin of title and an early bibliographical note to upper margin. FIRST EDITION, EXTREMELY RARE, OF MAIER'S FIRST PUBLISHED WORK. ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED WITH A LETTERPRESS TITLE ONLY, THIS SECOND ISSUE IS DISTINGUISHED BY A FINELY ENGRAVED ALLEGORICAL TITLE, AND WITH AN ENGRAVED DEDICATION LEAF ADDED. ‘By 1611 he [Maier] had visited many German towns and had befriended among others the Landgrave Maurice of Hesse and Prince Christian I of Anhalt, both of whom shared his passion for alchemy. Both princes were also connected with the mysterious Rosicrucian Fraternity After the Emperor’s [Rudolph II] death in 1612, Maier appears to have taken refuge for several years in England, where he learned the language and translated Thomas Norton’s Ordinall of Alchemy into Latin. In London he published his first work, Arcana arcanissima The Arcana arcanissima is a work of special importance, not only because it was the first of Michael Maier’s books to be published, but also because it presented at length for the first time the hermetick interpretation of Greek and Egyptian myths’ (Klossowski de Rola, The Golden Game, pp. 5 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Detlev Auvermann Rare Books [Sevenoaks, KENT, United Kingdom]
2018-05-21 10:21:20
MENOCHIUS JACQUES. (Jacobi Menochii Papiensis Juriscons)
Samuel Crespin, 1614. reliure frottée avec manque aux charnières. Coins émoussés. Rousseurs. (2) MENOCHIO (Giovanni) ou MENOCHIUS, religieux italien (Pavie, 1575 - Rome, 1655). Jésuite, professeur d'Ecriture sainte, recteur du Collège romain, Sa Brevis explicatio sensus litteraris, sacrae Scripturae (1630) eut de nombreuses rééditions.
Bookseller: Editions et régions. La bouquinerie [FR]
2018-05-18 07:35:01
Hildebrand, Wolfgang:
Erfurt, gedruckt bey Jacob Sachssen, In Vorlegung Johan Birckners Buchh., 1614. (8), 50, (3) Bll., Titel in Schwarz u. Rot / (1), 53, (2) Bll. / (1), 35, (4) Bll. / (1), 27, (3) Bll., (Paginierung der Haupttexte nur auf der rechten Seite), 8°, Pergament d. Zt. (alle zus. in einem Bd.) Rosenthal 2934 (zur Ausg. 1610); Ackermann I/480 (zur Ausg. 1622 u. Teil II. 1619): "Seltenes Volksbuch". - Gehört zur Kategorie der Hausväterliteratur, das neben Rezepten u. praktischen Ratschlägen z.B.: "Das einem die Fische nachfolgen; Fische mit Angeln zu fangen" (Bd.II, 44f), auch Okkultes enthält: "Wenn ein junger Gesell bulerischer weise bezaubert / oder mit unordentlicher Liebe gegen einem Weibsbilde entzündet were." (Bd.I,42); "Wie man die Hexen und Zauberinnen erkennen sol." (Bd.I,44); "Schätze graben." (Bd.IV,23). - Einband etwas fleckig; Innendeckel mit ExLibris von Gustaf Berndtsson; ohne das Frontispiz u. das letzte Blatt des Registers von Teil 4; durchgehend etwas gebräunt; Titel mit gelöschten kl. Besitzervermerken u. wie alle Zwischentitel mit der durchstrichenen Unterzeile "Magia Naturalis"; tlw. kl. Fleckspuren, sonst ein gutes Expl.
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Hans-Jürgen Lange [Wietze, Germany]
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2018-05-16 06:41:57
DV1702-42) TACITO (Cayo Cornelio).
Madrid, por Luis Sanchez à su costa y de Juan Hafrey, 1614. in-folio. Titre gravé. 12ff. 1003pp. 76ff. Plein veau, dos à nerfs orné (reliure de l'époque). Edition Originale de cette première édition en espagnol des oeuvres complètes de Tacite. Réalisée par l'érudit Baltasar Alamos de Barrientos (1555-1640), cette superbe édition est encore aujourd'hui souvent considérée comme la plus belle édition des oeuvres complètes jamais publiée. Figurent en marge du texte des aphorismes composés à partir de l'oeuvre de Tacite par le traducteur, le tout formant une oeuvre originale de grand intérêt. Très beau titre gravé contenant 8 scènes allégoriques. Marque d'appartenance manuscrite au recto de la seconde garde. Séduisant exemplaire dans son plein veau de l'époque. Palau 326438. Salvá, 2793. Heredia, 2999. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2018-05-13 04:41:30
SCHEINER, Christoph; TANNER, Adam.
Eder for Elisabeth Angermaria 1614 & 1615, Ingolstadt. First edition, in a beautiful contemporary binding, of Scheiner?s very rare work containing the second earliest map of the moon ? but the first to give topographical details ? as well as the first illustrations of a telescope. It builds upon Scheiner?s 1612 discovery of sunspots, made using a telescope he built himself, which led to his famous controversy with Galileo. This work discusses almost all the astronomical issues then current, especially those brought about by the newly invented telescope. There is an extensive argument against the notion of an infinite universe, illustrated by a striking full-page woodcut on p. 17 of ?Chaos infinitum ex atomis? surrounding the sphere of fixed stars. This is followed by a detailed examination of the Copernican heliocentric theory, as well as the Tychonic system, which he supported, and that of Fracastoro; the systems are illustrated by three large diagrams. Then follow discussions of the moon (including its ?secondary light?), the sun (with a full examination of sunspots), and the planets. On p. 58 is an extraordinary map of the moon, with craters and other features labelled and listed, including Mare Crisium, Mare Tranquilitatis, Mare Foecunditatis, Mare Nectaris and the crater Aristoteles. The only earlier maps of the moon are those published in Galileo?s Sidereus Nuncius (1610), but these are ?apparently but schematic views of what Galileo saw with his telescope, for none of the features recorded on them can be identified with certainty with any known formation? (Kopal, p. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SOPHIA RARE BOOKS [Koebenhavn V, Denmark]
2018-04-13 05:00:57
Imprinted . . . by Robert Barker, London, 1614. Modern 3/4 calf over cloth boards, somewhat rubbed, else quite crisp, with the first blank and signature "A" and the Foyle bookplate; the Taussig copy [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc., member ABAA [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2018-04-09 06:33:33
REMMELIN, Johann. SPACHER, Michel
Sumptibus Stephani Michelspacheri Tirolensis excusus, 1614. FIRST EDITIONS. Two vols in one 4to. 1) ff. (iv), 30, (iv). : 2) ff. 12. Roman and Italic letter, double column, some Greek. First title with fine engraved architectural title page, in beautiful dark impression, arms above [including figure of American Indian] with skeleton, figures representing the venous system at sides, medical instruments below with geographic and distillation instruments, a curtain at centre with title and snake device, floriated woodcut initials, typographical headpieces and ornaments. Light age yellowing, some mostly marginal spotting. Very good copies in contemporary orange stained vellum over thin paper boards, covers bordered with a triple blind rule, blind fleurons to corners and centre, small loss of vellum at two places on spine. First edition of both these works, explanations of the first editions of Remmelin's extraordinary anatomical plates, both exceptionally rare and of great importance for the study of Remmelin's work. "In 1613, the Augsburg engraver Lucas Kilian produced a set of three broadsheets of human anatomy that are some of the most intricate early examples of interactive prints extant. Composed of several layers of engraving, letterpress and etching that were cut, stacked, and glued together as liftable flaps, these prints allowed the viewer to dissect male and female corpses as a didactic exercise. Though primarily intended for medical students, the sheets also served curious general audiences, as they teemed with decorative and moralising addenda... They offered their … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Limited [GB]
2018-04-04 05:05:40
Gentili, Alberico
1614. Gentili on Marriage and The Wars of the Romans Gentili, Alberico [1552-1608]. Disputationum de Nuptiis Libri Septem. Ad Illustrimum Virum, D. Thomam Egertonum, Custodem Magni Sigilli Angliae. Hanover: Imprimebant Haeredes Guil. Antonii, 1614. [xvi], 690. [Bound with] Gentili, Alberico. De Armis Romanis Libri Duo, Nunc Primum in Lucem Editi. Ad Illustrissimum Comitem Essexiae, Artchimareschallum Angliae. Hanover: Apud Haeredes Guilielmi Antonii, 1612. [iv], 284 pp. Octavo (6" x 3-3/4"). Contemporary vellum with lapped edges, "1614 1612" in tiny early hand near head of spine. Light soiling, spine ends dumped, light wear to corners, vellum beginning to crack through pastedowns, recent armorial bookplate to front pastedown, recent owner signature to front free endpaper. Moderate toning, light browning in places, occasional light foxing, light edgewear to preliminaries. $2,500. * Disputationum de Nuptiis: second and final edition; De Armis Romanis: fourth edition. This volume collects two works by one of the greatest legal scholars of the early modern era and one of the founders of the field of international law. First published in 1601, Disputationum de Nuptiis is a study of the Roman law of marriage. It addresses such topics as dowry, adultery, divorce and children. De Armis Romanis is a study of wars waged by Rome from the perspective of international law and diplomacy. First published in 1599, it went through several editions into the eighteenth century. Both editions of Disputationum de Nuptiis are scarce. OCLC locates 4 copies of the 1614 edition in North America (G … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [US]
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2018-04-03 13:56:18
Gentili, Alberico
1614. Gentili on Marriage and The Wars of the Romans Gentili, Alberico [1552-1608]. Disputationum de Nuptiis Libri Septem. Ad Illustrimum Virum, D. Thomam Egertonum, Custodem Magni Sigilli Angliae. Hanover: Imprimebant Haeredes Guil. Antonii, 1614. [xvi], 690. [Bound with] Gentili, Alberico. De Armis Romanis Libri Duo, Nunc Primum in Lucem Editi. Ad Illustrissimum Comitem Essexiae, Artchimareschallum Angliae. Hanover: Apud Haeredes Guilielmi Antonii, 1612. [iv], 284 pp. Octavo (6" x 3-3/4"). Contemporary vellum with lapped edges, "1614 1612" in tiny early hand near head of spine. Light soiling, spine ends dumped, light wear to corners, vellum beginning to crack through pastedowns, recent armorial bookplate to front pastedown, recent owner signature to front free endpaper. Moderate toning, light browning in places, occasional light foxing, light edgewear to preliminaries. $2,500. * Disputationum de Nuptiis: second and final edition; De Armis Romanis: fourth edition. This volume collects two works by one of the greatest legal scholars of the early modern era and one of the founders of the field of international law. First published in 1601, Disputationum de Nuptiis is a study of the Roman law of marriage. It addresses such topics as dowry, adultery, divorce and children. De Armis Romanis is a study of wars waged by Rome from the perspective of international law and diplomacy. First published in 1599, it went through several editions into the eighteenth century. Both editions of Disputationum de Nuptiis are scarce. OCLC locates 4 copies of the 1614 edition in North America (Ge … [Click Below for Full Description]
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