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2018-08-27 17:03:12
Binding, French)
Paulum Frfllon [i.e. Frellon], Lugduni [Lyon], 1616. 8vo. Lyon edition of the Genialium Dirrum of Alessandro Alessandri (1461-1523), with the arms of Pierre de Villars III, Archbishop of Vienne from 1626-1662. Provenance: Pierre de Villars III, Archbishop of Vienna (gilt arms on covers); Simeon Jacob (signature on title-page, "S. Jacob humanista"); ms note in Latin on front pastedown detailing provenance and Jesuit blindstamp beneath; Thomas Vandersher (signature on pastedown and title, dated 1850) Contemporary French brown morocco, tooled in gilt to a panel design, arms of Pierre de Villars III, Archbishop of Vienne on covers, a.e.g. Light rubbing to covers, text toned, last few leaves worn [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-08-24 17:03:47
Saropan de Rieros, Juan de
Autor/es: Saropan de Rieros Juan de Editorial: Imp. Martin Fernandez Zambrano. Fecha Edicion: 1616. Edicion: Primera edicion. Encuadernacion: Enc. en pergamino de epoca bastante fatigada. Materia/s: Medicina popular. Remedios naturales. Pequeña perdida de papel en las p. 127. 246 366 446 501 503 y en la ultima hoja del indice sin afectar el texto. Papel tostado. Ligera señal de oxidoGranada. 20 cm. 2 partes en un vol.: (I) Portada calcografica grabada por Heylan 21 h. 511 (en realidad son 517) p. (II) 75 en realidad 77 1 blanca 14 h. Texto fileteado. Capitulares y apostillas marginales. Anotaciones manuscritas en las hojas de guardas que contienen recetas y anotaciones del antiguo poseedor. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquària Malda, Llibreria [Barcelona, Spain]
2018-08-24 09:56:27
Binding, French)
Paulum Frfllon [i.e. Frellon], Lugduni [Lyon], 1616. 8vo. Lyon edition of the Genialium Dirrum of Alessandro Alessandri (1461-1523), with the arms of Pierre de Villars III, Archbishop of Vienne from 1626-1662. Provenance: Pierre de Villars III, Archbishop of Vienna (gilt arms on covers); Simeon Jacob (signature on title-page, "S. Jacob humanista"); ms note in Latin on front pastedown detailing provenance and Jesuit blindstamp beneath; Thomas Vandersher (signature on pastedown and title, dated 1850) Contemporary French brown morocco, tooled in gilt to a panel design, arms of Pierre de Villars III, Archbishop of Vienne on covers, a.e.g. Light rubbing to covers, text toned, last few leaves worn [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
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2018-08-23 22:35:05
AESOP.
Basileae [Basel]: Typis Joan, Jacobi Genathi, 1616. 520, [6 Index] pages. Illustrated with woodcuts throughout. Cotemporary full plain vellum. 10 x 7.5 cm. Some browning; split to the vellum on the spine; else a very good copy, contained in a modern calf-backed clamshell box.
Bookseller: David Miles Books [GB]
2018-08-22 07:59:45
(BIBLE)
London: [I] Imprinted... by Robert Barker 1616, [II n.p., n.d.], [III] Printed for the Company of Stationers 1619, [IV] Printed by John Beale [c.1622]. Four works bound in one volumes, 8vo, [Bible] 311, 97, [Common Prayer] 42 leaves, [Psalms] (x), 72, (5) pp, [Genealogies] 18 leaves. Engraved titles to Bible, New Testament, Psalms and Genealogies. Bible bound without the Apocrypha. Common Prayer lacking its title, Psalms lacking 15 leaves at the end, Genealogies lacking the final two leaves including the map, first and last leaves of the Bible with some loss to edges, late 18th and early 19th century manuscript to a front blank. Rubricated throughout in red, some light browning. Bound in modern blind stamped sheep, some very light rubbing, gilt spine title. STC 2243, 2564.2, 23039d.8. Herbert 347, calling for an extra engraved title page in the Bible, not present here and not in one other copy examined.
Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop [United Kingdom]
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2018-08-13 00:18:08
(Faust v. Aschaffenburg, Johann Friedrich):
Frankfurt, Heinrich Kröner 1617, 1616. Mit Wappenholzschnitt a. dem Titel. 1 Bl., 379 S. (davon SS. 253-264, 313-324 und 379 in sauberer zeitgenössischer Handschrift ersetzt). Prgt. d. Zt. Folio. Außerordentlich seltener späterer Druck des erstmal 1615 bei Humm erschienenen Werkes zum Frankfurter Fettmilchaufstand, hier erstmalig mit der Erweiterung auf den SS. 337-379 ("Folget die Kayserliche Execution", die grausame Hinrichtung der 26 Hauptverantwortlichen beschreibt. Die von dem Frankfurter Lebkuchenbäcker Vinzenz Fettmilch angeführte judenfeindliche Revolte führte zur Plünderung der Judengasse und die Vertreibung aller Frankfurter Juden. Erst mit kaiserlicher Hilfe konnte der Aufstand niedergeschlagen werden. - Die Faust v. Aschaffenburg zugeschriebene Schilderung der Ereignisse ist mittlerweile auf dem Antiquariatsmarkt zu finden, diese hier mit der Fortführung erweiterte Fassung ist weitgehend unbekannt. - Oberes Rückenende mit Fehlstelle. Durchgestrichener name auf Titel. Stockfleckig und gebräunt. Leider mit den wie angegeben handschriftlich ersetzten Blättern. Bücher de
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski [DE]
2018-08-13 00:18:08
(Frankfurt), ca. 1753. 28 S., 9 Bll. Ohne Einband. 35 x 22 cm Späterer Abdruck der Ausgabe 1616 mit einem Verzeichnis der Häuser in der Judengasse von 1612 und 1753 und umfangreichem Register. Bei dem 1614 antisemitischen Fettmilch-Aufstand wurden die Frankfurter Juden aus der Stadt vertrieben, ihre Häuser und ihr Besitz geplündert und vernichtet. Nach der blutigen Niederschlagung im August 1614 konnten die Juden zurückkehren; eine finanzielle Entschädigung wurde vom Magistrat beschlossen, die allerdings nie ausgezahlt wurde. Die 1616 erlassene "Judenstättigkeit" beschränkte die Zahl der jüdischen Familien in Frankfurt auf 500. - Die S. 8 mit einem kleinen Holzschnitt, der den gelben Ring zeigt, mit dem die Frankfurter Juden sich selbst als solche kennzeichnen mussten. - Unbeschnutten. Tls. etwas fleckig. Bücher de
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski [DE]
2018-07-31 18:59:42
Benjamin Jonson
William Stansby, London, 1616. Poor. Upper board and free front endpaper detached. The copy contains only the plays 'Every Man in His Humour' and 'Every Man Out of His Humour'. Pagination starts with the 'title page' of 'Every Man in His Humour' and ends on page 176 (the last leaf of the play 'Every Man Out of His Humour'. The leaves are occasionally marked, annotated and 'patched' with similar paper (mostly to the first and last few leaves), all as pictured. Many of the leaves bear the publishers watermarks. Trimmed. Pages 6 and 7 are mis-numbered 4 and 5. Size: 4to. 10 1/2". [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Ryan O'Horne Books [Hexham, United Kingdom]
2018-07-26 21:43:24
ESTIENNE, Charles (1504-1564) and Jean LIEBAULT (d. 1595); Gervase MARKHAM (1568-1637), editor
Printed by Adam Islip for John Bull, London, 1616. (10 5/8 x 6 3/4 inches). Woodcut illustrations in text, ornamental headpieces and woodcut initials. [18], 732, [22] pp. Page 253 misnumbered, as issued. Early marginal annotations throughout. Contemporary calf, covers bordered in blind and with a central gilt device, expertly rebacked, spine with raised bands in six compartments, lettered in the second, the others with a repeat decoration in gilt First edition of Markham's revised English translation of Charles Estienne and Jean Liebault's important late 16th century work on husbandry, gardening and country living. In this work, Markham, the most prolific English writer on agriculture and farming in the first half of the 17th century, adapts an earlier work by Charles Estienne (aka Charles Stevens, in English). "It was first published in Latin as the Praedium Rusticum in 1554. Charles Estienne himself translated it into French and Liebault brought it out shortly after Estienne's death in 1564. Surflet's first English translation appeared in 1600" (Hunt). This first Markham editiion, based on the Surflet translation, is noted for its additions, as well as its rarity. Fussell refers to this adaptation of Estienne's work as among Markham's most important works on general farming. The text on verso of the title, under the caption The Contents, gives an accurate description of the work: "There is contained in this last Edition, whatsoever can be required for the building, or good ordering, of a Husbandrymans House, or Countrey Farme; as namely, to foresee the changes and alterat … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA) [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-07-17 14:06:10
Benjamin Jonson
London: Printed by W. Stansby, 1616 / Printed for Richard Meighen, 1640-41, 1616. Hardcover. Acceptable. Three volumes bound in two. Quarto. 26.5 cm and 29 cm. Housed in modern clamshell cases. Rebound in modern brown leather. Red leather spine labels with minimal rubbing to gilt of the second volume. 5 raised bands. Collated: Vol. I: [12], 1015 pp; Vol. 2: [12], 88, 75, [3], 93-170; Vol. 3: 292, 132, 122, 133-155, Title page and frontis provided from 1640 edition of Jonson's works. New end pages. Later states of title pages in Vol. 1; without woodcut borders (except Poetaster title page, which is first state with woodcut border). Scattered spotting and staining, pages trimmed. John Wilson Croker's copy, with bookplates of Frederick William Cosens and Samuel Cabot pasted inside the front board. Vol. II title page mounted, title page and Bartholomew Faree well soiled, loss to upper corner. <br><br> Jonson's 1616 publication of the Workes of Benjamin Jonson in folio marked not only a key moment in the career of the writer, but also a watershed in the history of print culture. Up until Jonson published his plays in folio, the format had been reserved for the collected works of deceased authors, who had been acknowledged by posterity, not by themselves, as "great." The Grolier English 100 imparts "Jonson is said to have prepared the play for the press, himself, and one or two matters of editing, which seem unusually careful when compared with other folio collections, certainly appear to show the author's hand." Pforzheimer furthers, "Jonson began the preparation of this d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sequitur Books [Boonsboro, MD, U.S.A.]
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2018-07-05 20:42:15
München, N. Heinrich, 1616. Folio. Mit gestochenem Titel, 8 wiederholten Titelholzschnitten u. 12 meist blattgroßen Textholzschnitten (meist Fische). Blindgeprägter Schweinslederband d. Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit 2 Schließen (gebräunt u. berieben, Rücken u. Vorsätze wurmstichig, Vordergelenk angebrochen). Erste Ausgabe des Bayrischen Landrechts von Maximilian I. aus dem Jahr 1616. Damit kündigte sich für Bayern eine neue Epoche der Rechtsentwicklung an, die Zeit der großen Kodifikationen des Territorialstaates (Stölzel). Mit der Schaffung der Rechtseinheit in Bayern wurde auch das Römische Recht in weiten Teilen der Gesetzgebung zur bestimmenden Leitlinie. Durch die Vorschrift für die Richter, bei fehlender gesetzlicher Bestimmung das Gemeine Recht (Jus Commune) anzuwenden, wurde faktisch in weiten Geltungsbereichen das Römische Recht zum geltenden Recht. Dieses Landrecht galt bis zur großen Rechtsreform durch Kreittmayr, also bis weit in das 18. Jahrhundert hinein. - Kollation: 9 Bl., 60 (statt 62) S. (S. 57/58 in Fotokopie ergänzt); 3 Bl., S. 63 - 94; 8 Bl., S. 95-200; 18 Bl., S. 201-406; 6 Bl., S. 407-443; 22 Bl., S. 444-728; 4 Bl., S. 729-774; 2 Bl., S. 775-793; 4 Bl., S. 794-827, 6 Bl. (ohne das "Repertorium, Oder General-Register", 136 recte 140 S., 1 Bl.). - VD 17 12:730090R. - Etwas gebräunt u. stockfleckig, teilw. leicht wasserfleckig. Einige Bl. mit Randeinrissen oder schmalen Ausrissen (an 1 Bl. unter Verlust der Seitenzahl), 1 Bl. mit alt ergänztem Eckabriß ohne Textverlust. 2 der blattgroßen Fischholzschnitte angeschnitten. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Buch & Consult Ulrich Keip [Berlin, Germany]
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2018-07-05 06:22:32
Angèlio da Barga (Bargaeus), Pietro.
1616. 4to. (26), 496, (2) pp. With woodcut printer's device to t. p. and several historiated initials. Contemp. limp vellum with ms. spine title "Carmina Barge". Epic poem on the events of the first crusade (1486-99), led by Godfrey of Bouillon. The work was written at almost the same time as Tasso's like-themed "Gerusalemme Liberata": while this is the first edition under the title "Hierosolyma", it was actually already published in Paris in 1582 (bks. 1-2) and 1584 (bks. 3-4), then in Rome in 1585 (bks. 1-6), and finally, in all 12 books, separately in 1591 under the title "Syrias" (cf. Brunet I, 288). Petrus Angelus Bargaeus (1517-92) was a scholar and professor at the universities of Pisa and Rome. - Rather strong brownstaining, occasional waterstaining. Some contemporary underlining and ms. line-numbers supplied throughout. OCLC locates single copy in America (Houghton Library, Harvard). BMC 5:448. NUC 16.619. Bruni/Evans 232. OCLC 82107113. Cf. Brunet I, 288.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [AT]
2018-06-28 22:17:34
JONSON, BENIAMIN. - [THE FIRST FOLIO]
London, Will Stansby, 1616. Folio. Lovely 19th century full red morocco with gilt spine and simple gilt frames to boards. Double gilt lines to inside of boards. All edges gilt. Signs of wear to extremities. Title-page neatly mounted, with a small closed tear. Occasional light brownspitting, one leaf ((Aaa4)) with a closed tear, no loss, and two leaves with early marginal annotations, shaved during binding, when edges were gilt. A very nice copy. With the book-plates of Francis Drake and Walter Wilson Greg to inside of front board. Woodcut title-page. ¶ The scarce first folio of Johnson's works, in the first edition, third state, with the general imprint "London by by William Stansby, ano D. 1616". The title-pages for the individual plays are all in the plain state without woodcut border.This seminal folio edition of Johnson's work would turn out to be a revolution in the history of printing and literature. It is the first work of its kind printed in this manner, and it came to serve as the model upon which the first folio of Shakespeare was based. The contemporaries of Johnson were outraged by the pride displayed by the author in daring to publish, in his life-time, a complete collection of his works, containing both plays and "Masques", and added to that publishing it in a folio volume, displaying the importance of the works. This model inaugurated the era of modern printing of literature and came to inspire the most important literary publications of the decades to come. At the time, it was customary to print Masques and plays in either quarto or octavo, and it was unhear … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [DK]
2018-06-22 06:42:28
ESTIENNE, Charles (1504-1564) and Jean LIEBAULT (d. 1595); Gervase MARKHAM (1568-1637), editor
London: Printed by Adam Islip for John Bull, 1616. Small folio, bound in sixes. (10 5/8 x 6 3/4 inches). Woodcut illustrations in text, ornamental headpieces and woodcut initials. [18], 732, [22] pp. Page 253 misnumbered, as issued. Early marginal annotations throughout. Contemporary calf, covers bordered in blind and with a central gilt device, expertly rebacked, sprine with raised bands in six compartments, lettered in the second, the others with a repeat decoration in giltFirst edition of Markham's revised English translation of Charles Estienne and Jean Liebault's important late 16th century work on husbandry, gardening and country living.In this work, Markham, the most prolific English writer on agriculture and farming in the first half of the 17th century, adapts an earlier work by Charles Estienne (aka Charles Stevens, in English). "It was first published in Latin as the Praedium Rusticum in 1554. Charles Estienne himself translated it into French and Liebault brought it out shortly after Estienne's death in 1564. Surflet's first English translation appeared in 1600" (Hunt). This first Markham editiion, based on the Surflet translation, is noted for its additions, as well as its rarity. Fussell refers to this adapation of Estienne's work as among Markham's most important works on general farming.The text on verso of the title, under the caption The Contents, gives an accurate description of the work: "There is contained in this last Edition, whatsoever can be required for the building, or good ordering, of a Husbandrymans House, or Countrey Farme; as namely, to … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books [US]
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2018-06-21 05:35:28
ESTIENNE, Charles (1504-1564) and Jean LIEBAULT (d. 1595); Gervase MARKHAM (1568-1637), editor
London: Printed by Adam Islip for John Bull, 1616. Small folio, bound in sixes. (10 5/8 x 6 3/4 inches). Woodcut illustrations in text, ornamental headpieces and woodcut initials. [18], 732, [22] pp. Page 253 misnumbered, as issued. Early marginal annotations throughout. Contemporary calf, covers bordered in blind and with a central gilt device, expertly rebacked, spine with raised bands in six compartments, lettered in the second, the others with a repeat decoration in gilt First edition of Markham's revised English translation of Charles Estienne and Jean Liebault's important late 16th century work on husbandry, gardening and country living. In this work, Markham, the most prolific English writer on agriculture and farming in the first half of the 17th century, adapts an earlier work by Charles Estienne (aka Charles Stevens, in English). "It was first published in Latin as the Praedium Rusticum in 1554. Charles Estienne himself translated it into French and Liebault brought it out shortly after Estienne's death in 1564. Surflet's first English translation appeared in 1600" (Hunt). This first Markham editiion, based on the Surflet translation, is noted for its additions, as well as its rarity. Fussell refers to this adaptation of Estienne's work as among Markham's most important works on general farming. The text on verso of the title, under the caption The Contents, gives an accurate description of the work: "There is contained in this last Edition, whatsoever can be required for the building, or good ordering, of a Husbandrymans House, or Countrey Farme; … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA) [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-06-20 22:08:03
Benjamin Jonson
London: Printed by W. Stansby, 1616 / Printed for Richard Meighen, 1640-41, 1616. Hardcover. Acceptable. Three volumes bound in two. Quarto. 26.5 cm and 29 cm. Housed in modern clamshell cases. Rebound in modern brown leather. Red leather spine labels with minimal rubbing to gilt of the second volume. 5 raised bands. Collated: Vol. I: [12], 1015 pp; Vol. 2: [12], 88, 75, [3], 93-170; Vol. 3: 292, 132, 122, 133-155, Title page and frontis provided from 1640 edition of Jonson's works. New end pages. Later states of title pages in Vol. 1; without woodcut borders (except Poetaster title page, which is first state with woodcut border). Scattered spotting and staining, pages trimmed. John Wilson Croker's copy, with bookplates of Frederick William Cosens and Samuel Cabot pasted inside the front board. Vol. II title page mounted, title page and Bartholomew Faree well soiled, loss to upper corner. <br><br> Jonson's 1616 publication of the Workes of Benjamin Jonson in folio marked not only a key moment in the career of the writer, but also a watershed in the history of print culture. Up until Jonson published his plays in folio, the format had been reserved for the collected works of deceased authors, who had been acknowledged by posterity, not by themselves, as "great." The Grolier English 100 imparts "Jonson is said to have prepared the play for the press, himself, and one or two matters of editing, which seem unusually careful when compared with other folio collections, certainly appear to show the author's hand." Pforzheimer furthers, "Jonson began the preparation of this d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sequitur Books [Boonsboro, MD, U.S.A.]
2018-06-19 21:35:52
(BIBBIA).
1616. Venetiis, Typis Nicolai Pezzana, 1747. 4 voll. in 8 (cm. 31x21,5), antiporta figur., front. del vol. I° a car. rosso-nero, stessa inc. ai front. (cm. 10x7), gr. testata (cm. 17x8) inc. in rame, iniz. e fregi xilogr., testo su 2 colonne riquadr. da doppio filet., finalini xilogr., leg. p. pelle, filet. e fregi dor., tass. al dorso, tagli color. Leg. con varie sbucciature e mende agli angoli e ai dorsi. Bell' esemplare. Bibbia ICCU, n. 946.
Bookseller: Libreria Salimbeni [IT]
2018-06-15 21:26:53
(BIBBIA).
1616. Venetiis, Typis Nicolai Pezzana, 1747. 4 voll. in 8 (cm. 31x21,5), antiporta figur., front. del vol. I° a car. rosso-nero, stessa inc. ai front. (cm. 10x7), gr. testata (cm. 17x8) inc. in rame, iniz. e fregi xilogr., testo su 2 colonne riquadr. da doppio filet., finalini xilogr., leg. p. pelle, filet. e fregi dor., tass. al dorso, tagli color. Leg. con varie sbucciature e mende agli angoli e ai dorsi. Bell' esemplare. Bibbia ICCU, n. 946.
Bookseller: Libreria Salimbeni [IT]
2018-06-08 15:45:15
BADEN - ELSASS (Alsace):
Kupferstich v. Antonie Wierix, 1616, 24,5 x 39,5 Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. Q - Z, S. 385; Nicht bei Dürst/Bonaconsa, Der Bodensee u. Weisz, Die Schweiz auf Alten Karten. - Seltene Karte aus dem Kupferstichwerk: Serenissimorum potentissimorumque Principum Habsburgi-Austriacorum Stemma . v. Theodor Piespord, Brüssel 1616. - Zeigt das Gebiet Rheinlauf von Rastatt bis zum Bodensee mit Schwarzwald, Schweiz bis zum Thuner See und Elsaß. - Die Karte mit Titelkopfleiste, knapprandig und mit hinterlegtem Einriß.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
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2018-06-06 06:33:31
MEXIA, Pedro MESSIA, Pietro / GIGLIO, Girolamo / SANSOVINO, Francesco / DIONIGI, Bartolomeo / ULLOA, Alfonso de / ROSEO, Mambrino
Ambrosio e Bartolomeo Dei, Venezia, 1616. Quattro parti; ne verrà stampata successivamente una quinta. Comprende "Ragionamenti dottissimi et curiosi del illustre e nobil cavaliere Pietro Messia.", 1615 e "Della selva rinovata di Pietro Messia parte quarta aggiunta da Mambrin Roseo da Fabriano.", 1616, ciascuna con suo frontespizio e numerazione. In -4°, pp. (32), 358; (8), 112; (16), 214, cb. Piena pergamena con titolo manoscritto al dorso.
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [ROMA, RM, Italy]
2018-06-04 06:18:10
Acosta, Jose de
Paris, 1616. [8],375,[16] leaves. Early vellum. Titlepage slightly worn at fore-edge. Scattered light soiling. Slight worming in gutter, not affecting text; two wormholes through last few leaves, minutely affecting text in spots. Bookplate of famous collector Alberto Parreno on verso of final leaf. Generally very good. Fourth French edition of this most important source book on the Indians of Mexico and Peru and on the natural history of South America. A Jesuit father, Acosta spent seventeen years in American missions in Mexico and Peru between 1571 and 1588. While in Peru he was instrumental in founding the printing press there, and its first productions, in 1585, were prepared by him. In addition to being an accomplished linguist, Acosta was one of the first to formulate a systemic theory of anthropology, suggesting a classification of different peoples into different types, which foreshadowed later ideas of social evolution. "As a natural historian, Acosta surpassed Oviedo. He took a philosophical approach to natural phenomena, searching for causes and effects in a spirit of critical inquiry....The subject of his moral history is pre-Columbian civilizations, particularly the Aztecs and the Incas, whose religions, customs, and governments he admiringly compares" - Delgado- Gomez. "He provided great detail in his descriptions of sailing directions, mineral wealth, trading commodities, Indian history, etc. Consequently his work operated more strongly than any other in opening the eyes of the rest of Europe to the great wealth that Spain was drawing from America" - St … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2018-05-30 06:34:55
Montaigne, Michel de (1533-1592)
[S.l., pero Geneve]: De l'Imprimerie de Philippe Albert, MDCXVI [1616].- // 17ª ed.- 8º (161x106mm.); [16], 1129 (i.e. 1087), [1] (blanca), [36] p. (errores de paginación, p. 76 numerada 34, 155 como 157, 189 como 289, 216 como 116, 255 como 225, 341 como 431, 543 como 5 3, 575 como 5 5, salto de 605 a 608, salto de 738 a 779, 792 como 892, 947 como 847, 1101 como 1001, ; sign.: áviij, A-ZZzviij, AAaaviij, BBbb2 (BBbiij signaturizada como Bbbiij); marca tipográfica en portada; capitales xilografiadas, adornos tipográficos, apostillas marginales.- // Encuadernación del s. XVII o XVIII en pergamino a la romana tomada de otra obra, aparentemente (por el cordón de las cabezadas) en s. XX. Papel levemente revenido, como todos los ejemplares de esta edición, sin anotaciones ni subrayados.- // Proc.: Tampón ovalado, s. XIX, en guarda delantera, 'E Bibliotheca Bottigeri'; exlibris manuscrito en portada , 'J. Geletiere'.- // Refs.: Sacey & Maxwell, 17d. [Pour les commandes à livrer hors d'Espagne, s'il vous plait, voyez les conditions de vente et de livraison, type B].
Bookseller: Andarto B. [Spain, Pamplona]
2018-05-30 06:11:29
LUTHER, Martin.
London Richard Field. 2 WORKS BOUND IN 1 VOLUME. A COMMENTARIE OF M. DOCTOR MARTIN LUTHER UPON THE EPISTLE OF S. PAUL TO THE GALATHIANS: first collected and gathered word by word out of his preaching, and now out of Latine faithfully translated into English for the unlearned. Wherein is set forth most excellently the glorious riches of Gods grace, and the power of the Gospell, with the difference between the Law and the Gospel, & strength of Faith declared: to the ioyfull comfort and confirmation of all true Christian beleevers, especially such as inwardly being afflicted and grieved in consciences, do hunger and thirst for iustification in Christ Jesu. For whose cause most chiefly this book is translated and printed, and dedicated to the same. 1616, 4to in eights, 190 x 145 mm, 7½ x 5¾, printer's anchor device on title page, leaves: [4], 1-296, numbered on rectos only, making a total of 600 pages, collation: A4, B-Pp8, printed in black letter. First leaf of signature X from another copy and slightly trimmed at fore-edge, title page dusty and with small piece cut from upper outer corner, neatly repaired, margins to prelim pages very lightly soiled, small piece missing from 1 corner with loss of 1 word of sidenote, a few lower corners have a small piece missing, small stain to 1 margin, a few pencil marks in the margins, a few pages lightly browned, 8 pages more heavily, all still easily legible, occasional pale damp staining, mainly to margins. BOUND WITH: A COMMENTARIE UPON THE FIFTEENE PSALMES, CALLED PSALMI GRADUUM, that is Psalmes of Degrees. Faithfully copied out of th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2018-05-25 20:39:23
LUTHER, Martin.:
London, Richard Field, 1616. 2 WORKS BOUND IN 1 VOLUME. A COMMENTARIE OF M. DOCTOR MARTIN LUTHER UPON THE EPISTLE OF S. PAUL TO THE GALATHIANS: first collected and gathered word by word out of his preaching, and now out of Latine faithfully translated into English for the unlearned. Wherein is set forth most excellently the glorious riches of Gods grace, and the power of the Gospell, with the difference between the Law and the Gospel, & strength of Faith declared: to the ioyfull comfort and confirmation of all true Christian beleevers, especially such as inwardly being afflicted and grieved in consciences, do hunger and thirst for iustification in Christ Jesu. For whose cause most chiefly this book is translated and printed, and dedicated to the same. 1616, 4to in eights, 190 x 145 mm, 7½ x 5¾, printer's anchor device on title page, leaves: [4], 1-296, numbered on rectos only, making a total of 600 pages, collation: A4, B-Pp8, printed in black letter. First leaf of signature X from another copy and slightly trimmed at fore-edge, title page dusty and with small piece cut from upper outer corner, neatly repaired, margins to prelim pages very lightly soiled, small piece missing from 1 corner with loss of 1 word of sidenote, a few lower corners have a small piece missing, small stain to 1 margin, a few pencil marks in the margins, a few pages lightly browned, 8 pages more heavily, all still easily legible, occasional pale damp staining, mainly to margins. BOUND WITH: A COMMENTARIE UPON THE FIFTEENE PSALMES, CALLED PSALMI GRADUUM, that is Psalmes of Degrees. Faithfully copied ou … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [GB]
2018-05-24 15:44:43
LUTHER, Martin.
London Richard Field, 1616. 2 WORKS BOUND IN 1 VOLUME. A COMMENTARIE OF M. DOCTOR MARTIN LUTHER UPON THE EPISTLE OF S. PAUL TO THE GALATHIANS: first collected and gathered word by word out of his preaching, and now out of Latine faithfully translated into English for the unlearned. Wherein is set forth most excellently the glorious riches of Gods grace, and the power of the Gospell, with the difference between the Law and the Gospel, & strength of Faith declared: to the ioyfull comfort and confirmation of all true Christian beleevers, especially such as inwardly being afflicted and grieved in consciences, do hunger and thirst for iustification in Christ Jesu. For whose cause most chiefly this book is translated and printed, and dedicated to the same. 1616, 4to in eights, 190 x 145 mm, 7½ x 5¾, printer's anchor device on title page, leaves: [4], 1-296, numbered on rectos only, making a total of 600 pages, collation: A4, B-Pp8, printed in black letter. First leaf of signature X from another copy and slightly trimmed at fore-edge, title page dusty and with small piece cut from upper outer corner, neatly repaired, margins to prelim pages very lightly soiled, small piece missing from 1 corner with loss of 1 word of sidenote, a few lower corners have a small piece missing, small stain to 1 margin, a few pencil marks in the margins, a few pages lightly browned, 8 pages more heavily, all still easily legible, occasional pale damp staining, mainly to margins. BOUND WITH: A COMMENTARIE UPON THE FIFTEENE PSALMES, CALLED PSALMI GRADUUM, that is Psalmes of Degrees. Faithfully copied out … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2018-05-14 14:20:06
Marolois, Samuel (1572-1627)
The Hague, 1616. Thick, large quarto in vellum; VG; strong covers, heavily soiled with five-band embossed spine; boards' sides folded inward due to storage and shelving; inside front board has tiny ink inscriptions; dusty edges; paper at times heavily faded and wobbly with slight offsetting not affecting text; first 53 pages stained probably from water damage; back of plate 42 contains blue and black ink signatures; the book has been collated in a disorderly fashion and a few plates are missing primarily in the Geometry section; the Preface, and Symmetry section are at the end; the book also contains a Table of Dimensions of Fortifications; each section has approximately 40 to 80 pages; in French; Samuel Marolois (Maroloys or Marloy) was a Dutch Military Engineer and Mathematician whose works were revised by Albert Girard. Rockville Non-Retail Listings. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Second Story Books, ABAA [Rockville, MD, U.S.A.]
2018-05-11 17:10:07
[RELIURE ITALIENNE À DÉCOR RENAISSANCE] CICERON :
Lyon, Claude Morillon, typographe du Duc de Montpensier (Prince de Dombes), 1616, marque Nº6 de Gryphe ; in-12 ; plein maroquin rouge, dos lisse décoré doré, plats entièrement ornés d'un décor à compartiment d'inspiration Renaissance, tranches ciselées et dorées (reliure de l'époque) ; 262, (9) pp. d'index et (1) p. "Lugduni ex typographia Claudii Morillon, anno 1616" au centre d'un joli bois gravé décoratif. Ex-libris manuscrits : Alberti de Criavis ? ; Gasparis Pallotti Senatoris de Grassis ; Matthei Brunacci Ravennas 1812 ; Josephi Mazzonii francisci filii, 1813 avec le cachet à ses armes. Très belle reliure italienne en maroquin et en bel état malgré de petites restaurations anciennes.
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Clagahé [France, Lyon]
2018-05-05 22:24:49
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1616. Venetiis, Typis Nicolai Pezzana, 1747. 4 voll. in 8 (cm. 31x21,5), antiporta figur., front. del vol. I° a car. rosso-nero, stessa inc. ai front. (cm. 10x7), gr. testata (cm. 17x8) inc. in rame, iniz. e fregi xilogr., testo su 2 colonne riquadr. da doppio filet., finalini xilogr., leg. p. pelle, filet. e fregi dor., tass. al dorso, tagli color. Leg. con varie sbucciature e mende agli angoli e ai dorsi. Bell' esemplare. Bibbia ICCU, n. 946.
Bookseller: Libreria Salimbeni [IT]
2018-05-05 15:04:49
[TABOUROT (Etienne)]
à Rouen, chez David Geuffroy, 1616, 5 parties en 1 vol. in 12, de 12ff. n. ch. 181ff. ch. 1f. bl., de 4ff. n.ch. 50ff. (pour la 4e partie des bigarrures), de 1f. de titre et 64ff. ch. (pour les Touches), de 59ff. ch. et 1f. de marque (pour les Contes facétieux) de 59ff. ch. (pour les Escraignes dijonnoises), ill. de portraits gravés à pleine page et de nbr. figures sur bois de rébus in t., pl. veau marbré début XVIIIe, dos lisse orné, 3ff. restaurés et qq. taches en marge de qq. ff. sinon bon exemplaire. Rare, une des dernières éditions augmentées. Seules quelques "épitaphes et dialogues" furent rajoutées en 1662. Ce livre, qui a valu à son auteur le surnom de « Rabelais de la Bourgogne », est un recueil de facéties licencieuses, de "rébus de Picardie", accompagné de plaisanteries souvent graveleuses, de calembours et de jeux d'esprits, d'énigmes, d'équivoques, de poétiques curieuses, de contrepèteries et autres pièces d'une gaieté toute rabelaisienne, le tout reflétant la naïveté malicieuse du vieil esprit gaulois... Très recherché. ¶ Brunet V.629 "L'édition de 1662 est la dernière qui ait été faite; mais malgré ce qu'annonce le titre, elle ne renferme rien de plus que que les exemplaires complets des éditions de 1603... et 1614 ..." - Viollet-Leduc Biblio. p.163 "...(l'édition de 1662) est la plus complète..." - cf. aussi Prof. J. -M. Messiaen De la syllepse à l'équivoque : redécouverte du calembour avec Tabourot. (Lyon) - Hope H. Glidden Latin, français, graphisme dans les jeux linguistiques de Tabourot des Accords. Bull. Assoc. étude humanisme,1982 vol.15
Bookseller: L'intersigne Livres anciens [France]
2018-05-03 05:02:29
Fortescue, Sir John; Selden, John; Mulcaster, R
1616. London, 1616. First Selden edition. First Selden Edition of Fortescue's De Laudibus Fortescue, Sir John [1394?-1476?] [Selden, John (1584-1654), Editor]. [Mulcaster, Robert, Translator and Editor]. De Laudibus Legum Angliae Writen by Sir Iohn Fortescue L. Ch. Iustice, and After L. Chancellor to K. Henry VI. Hereto are Ioind the Two Summes of Sir Ralph de Hengham L. Ch. Iustice to K. Edward I. Commonly Calld Hengham Magna, And Hengham Parva. Never Before Publisht. Notes Both on Fortescue and Hengham are Added. London: Printed [by Adam Islip] for the Companie of Stationers, 1616. [ix], 132, [3] ff.; 56, [12], 35, 34-159, [1] pp. Two parts, each with title page and individual pagination. First part in parallel columns; Latin with running English translation. Texts of Summes in Latin with notes in English. Octavo (5-1/2" x 3-1/2"). Contemporary vellum, early hand-lettered title to spine, ties lacking. Light soiling, some rubbing to extremities, pastedowns loose, some edgewear to rear pastedown, a few partial cracks to text block. Moderate toning to text, occasional minor worming to margins, mostly along gutter, small faint library stamp to head of p. iii, tiny withdrawal stamp to (blank) verso of final leaf. A nice copy. $1,250. * First Selden edition. De Laudibus Legum Angliae, a history of English law, was written for the instruction of Edward, the young Prince of Wales. Cast in dialogue form, it demonstrates that the common law was the oldest and most reasonable legal system in Europe. It also compares the common and Roman systems and extols the superiority of a consti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2018-05-01 22:54:13
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1616. Venetiis, Typis Nicolai Pezzana, 1747. 4 voll. in 8 (cm. 31x21,5), antiporta figur., front. del vol. I° a car. rosso-nero, stessa inc. ai front. (cm. 10x7), gr. testata (cm. 17x8) inc. in rame, iniz. e fregi xilogr., testo su 2 colonne riquadr. da doppio filet., finalini xilogr., leg. p. pelle, filet. e fregi dor., tass. al dorso, tagli color. Leg. con varie sbucciature e mende agli angoli e ai dorsi. Bell' esemplare. Bibbia ICCU, n. 946.
Bookseller: Libreria Salimbeni [IT]
2018-05-01 22:54:12
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1616. Venetiis, Typis Nicolai Pezzana, 1747. 4 voll. in 8 (cm. 31x21,5), antiporta figur., front. del vol. I° a car. rosso-nero, stessa inc. ai front. (cm. 10x7), gr. testata (cm. 17x8) inc. in rame, iniz. e fregi xilogr., testo su 2 colonne riquadr. da doppio filet., finalini xilogr., leg. p. pelle, filet. e fregi dor., tass. al dorso, tagli color. Leg. con varie sbucciature e mende agli angoli e ai dorsi. Bell' esemplare. Bibbia ICCU, n. 946.
Bookseller: Libreria Salimbeni [IT]
2018-05-01 22:54:12
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1616. Venetiis, Typis Nicolai Pezzana, 1747. 4 voll. in 8 (cm. 31x21,5), antiporta figur., front. del vol. I° a car. rosso-nero, stessa inc. ai front. (cm. 10x7), gr. testata (cm. 17x8) inc. in rame, iniz. e fregi xilogr., testo su 2 colonne riquadr. da doppio filet., finalini xilogr., leg. p. pelle, filet. e fregi dor., tass. al dorso, tagli color. Leg. con varie sbucciature e mende agli angoli e ai dorsi. Bell' esemplare. Bibbia ICCU, n. 946.
Bookseller: Libreria Salimbeni [IT]
2018-04-24 05:04:25
Fortescue, Sir John; Selden, John; Mulcaster, R
1616. First Selden Edition of Fortescue's De Laudibus Fortescue, Sir John [1394?-1476?] [Selden, John (1584-1654), Editor]. [Mulcaster, Robert, Translator and Editor]. De Laudibus Legum Angliae Writen by Sir Iohn Fortescue L. Ch. Iustice, and After L. Chancellor to K. Henry VI. Hereto are Ioind the Two Summes of Sir Ralph de Hengham L. Ch. Iustice to K. Edward I. Commonly Calld Hengham Magna, And Hengham Parva. Never Before Publisht. Notes Both on Fortescue and Hengham are Added. London: Printed [by Adam Islip] for the Companie of Stationers, 1616. [viii], 132, [3] ff.; 56, [12], 35, 34-159, [1] pp. Lacking first leaf, blank except for a small paragraph symbol on the recto, and the last leaf, a blank. Two parts, each with title page and individual pagination. First part in parallel columns; Latin with running English translation. Texts of Summes in Latin with notes in English. Octavo (5-1/2" x 3-1/2"). Contemporary calf with later rebacking, blind rules to boards, blind fillets along joints, gilt-decorated raised bands, gilt ornaments and gilt title to spine, endpapers renewed. Light rubbing, corners bumped and somewhat worn, armorial bookplate to front pastedown, front hinge partially cracked. Light toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, faint stains and light edgewear to a few leaves. Early owner signature in tiny hand to head of title page, brief early annotations to a few leaves. $1,250. * First Selden edition. De Laudibus Legum Angliae, a history of English law, was written for the instruction of Edward, the young Prince of Wales. Cast in dialogue form, it demonst … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2018-04-20 20:25:57
Dodoens, Rembert:
Stirpium historiae pemptades sex sive Libri XXX. Variè ab auctore, paullò ante mortem, aucti & emendati. Zweite Ausgabe (E.A. 1583) und zugleich Neudruck der niederländischen Ausgabe von 1608. Illustriert mit einem gestochenen Titel und sehr zahlreichen Textholzschnitten. Enthält einen Index der Pflanzennamen auf Griechisch, Latein, Italienisch, Spanisch, Französisch, Deutsch, Tschechisch, Niederländisch, Englisch und der verwendeten medizinischen Fachausdrücke. - NACHGEBUNDEN: Renou, Jean de: Les oeuvres pharmaceutiques. Augmentées d´un tiers en cette seconde édition par l´auteur ... Lyon, A. Chard, 1626. Ohne Text und ohne die Tafel "Boutique pharmaceutique". Gestochener Titel und 6 von 7 ausfaltbaren Tafeln (alle aufgezogen). (Deuxième édition (éd. orig. : 1583) et réimpression de l'édition néerlandaise de 1608, à l'exception de quelques menus changements, laquelle était déjà une traduction augmentée de l'édition originale latine. Illustrée d'un titre gravé et de nombreux bois, elle contient un important index final avec les noms des plantes en grec, latin, italien, espagnol, français, allemand, tchèque, néerlandais, anglais et en termes officinaux. RELIÉ AVEC : RENOU, Jean de.- Les oeuvres pharmaceutiques. Augmentées d'un tiers en cette seconde édition par l'auteur [...]. Lyon, Antoine Chard, 1626 (sans le texte et sans la pl. "Boutique pharmaceutique"). Titre gravé avec portraits en médaillon de médecins et 6 (sur 7) planches dépliantes de botanique (tous remontés).
Antwerpen, Ex Officina Plantiniana, apud Balthasarem et Joannem Moretos, 1616., Kupfertitel, 14 n.n., 872, 66 n.n. SS. (Kupfertitel, beschnitten und von alter Hand aufgezogen, tlw. gebräunt. Fol., geflammtes Kalbsleder der Zeit über 5 Bünden, reiche Rückenvergoldung in 5 Feldern, goldgepr. Rsch., Rotschnitt. Außenfalze oben ca. 5 cm eingerissen, Fehlstelle am oberen Kapital, Kanten und Ecken berieben und bestoßen. (BB II-223 sq.) Provenance : Bibliothèque de Barthélémy Charles Joseph Dumortier, 7-11-22. Le botaniste et naturaliste belge Dumortier (1797-1878), membre de l'Académie de Bruxelles, fonda le "Courrier de l'Escaut". Homme politique, il représenta l'arrondissement de Tournai de 1831 à 1847 au Parlement et ensuite celui de Roulers juqu'en 1878 (mention d'app. ms.); C. van Hoorebeke (ex-libris). Marque plantinienne au verso de la dernière page. Titre remonté, lég. bruni, pet. rouss., restaurations marg aux 2 derniéres pp. avec papier de réemploi, qqs. taches, déch, sans manque, p. 489, trous de vers dans qqs marges au milieu du volume. Die Druckermarke des Hauses Plantin auf dem letzten Blatt verso. Titel hinterlegt. Expl. verschieden gebräunt, hin und wieder kleinere Tintenflecken, 2 Randeinrisse mit altem Material hinterlegt, S. 489 mit Rasur, kl. Loch und somit etw. Textverlust. Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Pflanzen, Botanik, Systematik, Illustrata, Flora
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dieter Zipprich [Germany]
2018-04-07 12:20:09
Daumer, Georg Friedrich, Religionsphilosoph, Lyriker (1800-1875).
O, O. u. D. 1? SS. Auf blauem Papier. 4to und 95 x 198 mm. Betitelt "Über den Begriff des Märtyrerthums. Von G. Fr. Daumer". "Ich habe behaubtet, dass man im romantischen Alterthum unter 'Märtyrer' nicht bloß solche verstanden, die um des Glaubens willen durch Feinde desselben gelitten und getödtet worden, dass der Begriff des Wortes ein weiterer gewesen und dass er auch ein nicht durch widerchristliche [?] Gewaltsamkeiten bewirktes Märtyrerthum gegeben. Ich habe nun in Abulards Briefen an Heloise ein paar Stellen gefunden, welche in dieser Beziehung, sehr ausdrucksvoll und bereichernd scheinen. Die Art, in welcher ich dieselben schon neulich in Otto Wigand's Jahrbüchern für Wissenschaft und Kunst, Bd. I, Heft I erwähnte, war nur eine sehr beiläufige ohne Aushebung und näheres Citat; ich erlaube mir, sie hier bestimmter mitzutheilen. Sie stehen in Abulard's und Heloise's Werken, S. 122 und 129 der Pariser Ausgabe von 1616, epist. VII. de origine sanctimonialium, und lauten wie folgt: Quis ignoret, feminas exhortationem Christi et consilium apostoli tanto castimoniae zelo esse complexas, ut pro conseruanda carnis pariter ac mentis integritate, Deo se per martyrium offerent holocaustum et gemina triumphantes corona, agnum sponsum vriginum . quoumque ierit sequi studerent? Quam quidem vritutis perfectionem raram in viris, crebam in feminis esse cognovimus [?]. Weibliche Personen haben hiernach, vom Eifer der Keuschheit ergriffen und um sowohl die Freiheit des Leibes wie der Seele zu bewahren, sich Gott durch das Märtyrerthum auf den Scheiterhaufen geopfert, und diesen werden a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2018-04-06 08:36:24
COMITUM NATALIS (CONTI NATALE)
COMITUM NATALIS. MYTHOLOGIAE SIVE EXPLICATIONIS FABULARUM LIBRI DECEM IN QUIBUS OMNIA PROPE NATURALIS ET MORALIS PHILOSOPHIAE DOGMATA IN VETERUM FABULIS CONTENTA FUISSE PERSPICUE DEMONSTRATUR. ACCESSIT G. LINOCERII MUSARUM MYTHOLOGIA.ELEGANTISSIMAE DEORUM IMAGINES.M. ANTONII TRITONII. Patavii, P.P. Tozzium 1616.[Fig. Mitologia] ( cm. 22,8 ) ottima piena pergamena originale titolo manoscritto al dorso. --- cc. 22 nn., pp. 614, c. 1 nn., pp. 60. Frontis rosso e nero con 1 tav. ripiegata f.t. e 105 xilografie n.t. La prima edizione figurata apparve nel 1568 senza illustrazioni. Questa è la PRIMA EDIZIONE FIGURATA molto rara. L' opera ha influenzato tutta la mythografia dal tardo rinascimento al pieno barocco, ed è stata una fonte di studio per Ronsard, tutta la Pleiade, Chapman e Bacone. Molta iconografia barocca e molte delle allegorie del '700 sono trattate da questo lavoro assai influente che è stato ampiamente saccheggiato da vari autori. Frontis mutilo quasi per metà in basso con vecchio restauro ( alleghiamo fotocopia completa). Tavola f.t. mancante di oltre 1 cm. a sinistra. Altrimenti esemplare bello fresco e nitido con xilografie in ottima tiratura. Manca a moltissima bibliografia consultata. Solo in CHOIX 11811 e BRITISH M. CAT. XVII ITALIAN BOOKS I 256.[f16] Libro
Bookseller: Studio bibliografico Libri Antichi Arezzo [IT]
2018-04-06 08:36:19
COMITUM NATALIS (CONTI NATALE)
Patavii: P.P. TOZZIUM, 1616. Patavii: P.P. TOZZIUM. COMITUM NATALIS. MYTHOLOGIAE SIVE EXPLICATIONIS FABULARUM LIBRI DECEM IN QUIBUS OMNIA PROPE NATURALIS ET MORALIS PHILOSOPHIAE DOGMATA IN VETERUM FABULIS CONTENTA FUISSE PERSPICUE DEMONSTRATUR. ACCESSIT G. LINOCERII MUSARUM MYTHOLOGIA.ELEGANTISSIMAE DEORUM IMAGINES.M. ANTONII TRITONII. Patavii, P.P. Tozzium 1616.[Fig. Mitologia] ( cm. 22,8 ) ottima piena pergamena originale titolo manoscritto al dorso. --- cc. 22 nn., pp. 614, c. 1 nn., pp. 60. Frontis rosso e nero con 1 tav. ripiegata f.t. e 105 xilografie n.t. La prima edizione figurata apparve nel 1568 senza illustrazioni. Questa è la PRIMA EDIZIONE FIGURATA molto rara. L' opera ha influenzato tutta la mythografia dal tardo rinascimento al pieno barocco, ed è stata una fonte di studio per Ronsard, tutta la Pleiade, Chapman e Bacone. Molta iconografia barocca e molte delle allegorie del '700 sono trattate da questo lavoro assai influente che è stato ampiamente saccheggiato da vari autori. Frontis mutilo quasi per metà in basso con vecchio restauro ( alleghiamo fotocopia completa). Tavola f.t. mancante di oltre 1 cm. a sinistra. Altrimenti esemplare bello fresco e nitido con xilografie in ottima tiratura. Manca a moltissima bibliografia consultata. Solo in CHOIX 11811 e BRITISH M. CAT. XVII ITALIAN BOOKS I 256.[f16] . ottimo. Rilegato. PRIMA EDIZIONE FIGURATA. 1616.
Bookseller: LIBRI ANTICHI E RARI FRANCESCO&CLAUDIA [AREZZO, Italy]
2018-04-03 11:06:04
LIEBAUT Jean LIEBAULT
A Rouen chez Pierre Calle 1616. In-12 4ff n ch 1-325pp 3ff n ch. Plein vélin ivoire époque, dos lisse, titre calligraphié. Orné bandeaux, lettrines, culs de lampes et de 53 vignettes sur bois dans le texte (dont celle sur le titre): distillateurs, bain marie, couvercles, cornues... Petit manque en bordure de la page de titre sans perte de texte. Dorbon 2700-2701 pour deux autres éditions.Jean Liébaut (ou Liébault) était médecin et agronome, né à Dijon en 1535, mort à Paris en 1596 et beau-fils de l'imprimeur Charles Estienne. Ce curieux ouvrage révèle de nombreux secrets et recettes tirés des auteurs anciens et présente en détailles procédés de distillation. Le tout est agrémenté de 53 vignettes sur bois, représentant des instruments utilisés pour les expériences alchimiques.
Bookseller: Nouvene Sylvie [MARSEILLE, France]
2018-04-03 11:05:16
LIEBAUT Jean LIEBAULT
A Rouen chez Pierre Calle 1616. In-12 4ff n ch 1-325pp 3ff n ch. Plein vélin ivoire époque, dos lisse, titre calligraphié. Orné bandeaux, lettrines, culs de lampes et de 53 vignettes sur bois dans le texte (dont celle sur le titre): distillateurs, bain marie, couvercles, cornues... Petit manque en bordure de la page de titre sans perte de texte. Dorbon 2700-2701 pour deux autres éditions.Jean Liébaut (ou Liébault) était médecin et agronome, né à Dijon en 1535, mort à Paris en 1596 et beau-fils de l'imprimeur Charles Estienne. Ce curieux ouvrage révèle de nombreux secrets et recettes tirés des auteurs anciens et présente en détailles procédés de distillation. Le tout est agrémenté de 53 vignettes sur bois, représentant des instruments utilisés pour les expériences alchimiques.
Bookseller: Librairie du Sagittaire [France, Marseille]
2018-03-11 17:41:13
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1616. Venetiis, Typis Nicolai Pezzana, 1747. 4 voll. in 8 (cm. 31x21,5), antiporta figur., front. del vol. I° a car. rosso-nero, stessa inc. ai front. (cm. 10x7), gr. testata (cm. 17x8) inc. in rame, iniz. e fregi xilogr., testo su 2 colonne riquadr. da doppio filet., finalini xilogr., leg. p. pelle, filet. e fregi dor., tass. al dorso, tagli color. Leg. con varie sbucciature e mende agli angoli e ai dorsi. Bell' esemplare. Bibbia ICCU, n. 946.
Bookseller: Libreria Salimbeni [IT]
2018-03-11 02:59:25
Cesare Franciotti
Combi, 1616. In-12°; pp. 434. Al front. vignetta incisa su legno che raffigura l'immagine della Madonna sulla Santa Casa; nel testo alcuni legni e capilettera xilografici. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena con titolo manoscritto al dorso. Edizione originale. Cesare Franciotti (Lucca 1557-1627) predicatore e maestro spirituale, espone attraverso l'esperienza del viaggiare, inteso come fatto storico e personale, un percorso spirituale e meditativo in uno dei luoghi simbolo della venerazione di Maria.
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [IT]
2018-03-10 05:47:46
DELLA PORTA, Giovan Battista.
per Pietro Paolo Tozzi, 1616. 4to. pp. (xii) 144 (iv). Roman letter, with Italic, t-p in red and black. Printer’s device to t-p; woodcut cartouche with portrait of Giovan Battista della Porta surrounded by human and animal heads (p. xii); over 30 woodcuts (some repeated) of ancient and modern princes, zodiac signs, personified planets and constellations; decorated initials, head- and tailpieces. Very light age browning, some outer margins a bit thumbed, a few ink marks and faint marginal water stains, occasionally slight marginal foxing, tiny worm trail to inner margins of a couple of gatherings, second gathering a bit loose. A very good, well-margined copy in contemporary polished vellum over boards, old stain to lower cover, spine a bit loose but sound at head and foot. Early annotation to t-p. Very good copy of the second vernacular edition of this handsomely illustrated, veiled defence of astrology. A scholar of natural sciences, the Neapolitan Giovan Battista della Porta (1535-1615) published extensively on subjects including agriculture, cryptography, meteorology and chemistry, and was at the centre of a wide scholarly network including Galileo. For his interest in ‘judicial’ astrology—not strictly concerned with heretic, occult questions, but with natural science, medicine and meteorology—he founded the Academia Secretorum Naturae. Due to his theorisation of magic as a useful instrument for the understanding of natural phenomenology, he was investigated by the Inquisition in the mid-1580s. ‘Della celeste fisionomia’, first published in Latin in 1603 and in the vernac … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2018-03-09 21:24:17
DELLA PORTA, Giovan Battista
per Pietro Paolo Tozzi, 1616. 4to. pp. (xii) 144 (iv). Roman letter, with Italic, t-p in red and black. Printer's device to t-p; woodcut cartouche with portrait of Giovan Battista della Porta surrounded by human and animal heads (p. xii); over 30 woodcuts (some repeated) of ancient and modern princes, zodiac signs, personified planets and constellations; decorated initials, head- and tailpieces. Very light age browning, some outer margins a bit thumbed, a few ink marks and faint marginal water stains, occasionally slight marginal foxing, tiny worm trail to inner margins of a couple of gatherings, second gathering a bit loose. A very good, well-margined copy in contemporary polished vellum over boards, old stain to lower cover, spine a bit loose but sound at head and foot. Early annotation to t-p. Very good copy of the second vernacular edition of this handsomely illustrated, veiled defence of astrology. A scholar of natural sciences, the Neapolitan Giovan Battista della Porta (1535-1615) published extensively on subjects including agriculture, cryptography, meteorology and chemistry, and was at the centre of a wide scholarly network including Galileo. For his interest in 'judicial' astrology--not strictly concerned with heretic, occult questions, but with natural science, medicine and meteorology--he founded the Academia Secretorum Naturae. Due to his theorisation of magic as a useful instrument for the understanding of natural phenomenology, he was investigated by the Inquisition in the mid-1580s. 'Della celeste fisionomia', first published in Latin in 1603 and in the vern … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Limited [GB]
2018-03-07 06:14:21
Peleus, Julien (author). Pierre Baron (plaintiff). Antoine Baron & Anne Vaide (defendants)
Paris: Chez la vefve Claude de Monstr'oeil, 1616. First Edition. 8vo. 1 f., [6], 96 pp. Collation: A4 A-M8, COMPLETE. Title-page cropped on upper margin affecting the first and largest word “Plaidoyer.” Recent sympathetic wrappers in the antique style. The "Affaire Baron," brilliantly argued by Julien Peleus, one of the most esteemed lawyers of his day, in which the eldest son and heir (Pierre, a priest) decides to sue his younger brother (Antoine) to recover the inheritance the former had rencounced years earlier. This important trial brings to light the very problematic issue of inheritance when the eldest male son takes his vows, and thereby renounces his birthright and associated lands and properties. The trial took place on April 14, 1616, and was cited in in Article 13 of the Coûtume de Paris; the eldest son Pierre was relieved from the renunciation, and all properties which had subsequently passed to his younger brother and his wife were reverted by the Court. Further problematic was the discovery of the marriage contract between Antoine and his wife Anne Vozdie in which Pierre's renunciation had been recorded and duly notarized; therefore the reversion of properties was a breach of contract. Although little known today, these legal complications were discussed at length by George Louet in his "Recveil d'aucuns notables arrests, donnez en la cour de parlement de Paris" (1665), pp. 391-392. Julien Peleus (1550-1625), a celebrated lawyer in Paris, was described as one of the "oracles" of jurisprudence. Most of the presidents of Parliament (e.g. Potier de Blanc … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Michael Laird Rare Books LLC [US]
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2018-03-02 06:06:54
Peleus, Julien (author). Pierre Baron (plaintiff). Antoine Baron & Anne Vaide (defendants)
Chez la vefve Claude de Monstr'oeil, Paris. 8vo. 1 f., [6], 96 pp. Collation: A4 A-M8, COMPLETE. Title-page cropped on upper margin affecting the first and largest word "Plaidoyer." Recent sympathetic wrappers in the antique style. The "Affaire Baron," brilliantly argued by Julien Peleus, one of the most esteemed lawyers of his day, in which the eldest son and heir (Pierre, a priest) decides to sue his younger brother (Antoine) to recover the inheritance the former had rencounced years earlier. This important trial brings to light the very problematic issue of inheritance when the eldest male son takes his vows, and thereby renounces his birthright and associated lands and properties. The trial took place on April 14, 1616, and was cited in in Article 13 of the Coûtume de Paris; the eldest son Pierre was relieved from the renunciation, and all properties which had subsequently passed to his younger brother and his wife were reverted by the Court. Further problematic was the discovery of the marriage contract between Antoine and his wife Anne Vozdie in which Pierre's renunciation had been recorded and duly notarized; therefore the reversion of properties was a breach of contract. Although little known today, these legal complications were discussed at length by George Louet in his "Recveil d'aucuns notables arrests, donnez en la cour de parlement de Paris" (1665), pp. 391-392. Julien Peleus (1550-1625), a celebrated lawyer in Paris, was described as one of the "oracles" of jurisprudence. Most of the presidents of Parliament (e.g. Potier de Blancmesnil , Jacques-Auguste de Th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Michael Laird Rare Books LLC [Lockhart, TX, U.S.A.]
2018-02-23 07:39:49
PSELLUS, Michael
Lipsiae: Typis Abrahami Lambergi, 1616. FIRST XYLANDER EDITION. With the Pegasus device on the title page as well as a small stamp. Early vellum; text (paper stock) extremely browned. From the Lehmann library of logic and mathematics. First Xylander edition of Psellus, originally published in Greek at Venice, 1532. The work went through numerous editions both in Greek and Latin; all editions appear to be rare. Psellus (1020-1110), a Byzantine writer of the eleventh century, taught philosophy at Constantinople and was tutor to the son of the Emperor Constantinus Ducas. "Psellus was one of the last of the Greek writers on arithmetic. This part of his work is devoted solely to the theory of numbers, and it represents the arithmetical inheritance derived from the older Hellenic civilization. The treatise covers the mediaeval Quadrivium - arithmetic, music, geometry, and astronomy - and is the only late Greek work on arithmetic that attracted attention in the Renaissance period" (Smith, Rara Arithmetica, pp.168-170). Xylander (1532-1576) was a German classical scholar and humanist. He was first appointed as professor of Greek at the University of Heidelberg. He then became the chair of logic, and ultimately served as rector of Heidelberg University. He authored numerous translations, including Pausanias, Euclid, and Diophantus, in addition to Psellus.
Bookseller: B & L Rootenberg Rare Books & Manuscripts [US]
2018-02-22 22:32:14
MARKHAM, Gervase. Charles ESTIENNE and Jean LIEBAULT.
London Adam Islip for John Bill. with divers large additions, out of the works of Serres his Agriculture, Vinet his Maison champestre, French. Albyterio in Spanish, Grilli in Italian; and other authors. And the husbandrie of France, Italie, and Spaine, reconciled and made to agree with ours here in England: by Gervase Markham. THIRD ENGLISH EDITION 1616, small folio in sixes, approximately 280 x 180 mm, 11 x 7 inches, farming vignette on title page, 39 woodcut illustrations, historiated initials and headpieces and many small decorated initials, pages: [18], 732, [18], contents on verso title page, LACKS THE LAST 4 PAGES OF TABLE OF DISEASES AND FIRST AND FINAL BLANK LEAF, bound in library style half morocco, matching cloth sides, the original gilt lettered label to spine, new cream endpapers. Shallow vertical crease to spine, a few pale marks to covers, small neat repair to bottom edge of title page on verso, pale age-browning to title page and following page, 2 long closed tears neatly repaired, no loss, small closed tear on 2 lower margins neatly repaired, no loss, small worm hole to lower margins, ending on page 312, nowhere near text or images, pale staining to inner margins and some text of the first 30 pages (see attached images), old ink splashes to 3 pages, on text but all legible, small pale stain to outer margins of most pages, small pale stain to a few top corners, a few side notes to dedication trimmed with slight loss, lower margins of plates a little dusty, some pale staining to other margins, 3 corners tips missing, nowhere near text, occasional small light s … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2018-02-22 20:17:06
1616 - Antique Master Print, untitled. Figures resting in landscape near dilipidated barn and distant village. From a series of 60 landscapes, published by C.J. Visscher in 1616. State: 1st state before numbering. Ref: H.247. Etching / engraving on hand laid (verge type with chainlines) paper. Made by 'Jan van de Velde II' after own design. Jan van de Velde II (1593-1641) came from the southern Netherlands as a fugitive around 1600 to the Netherlands. His father was a writingmaster and Jan trained as an etcher. He produced many highly important series of landscape prints. Very good, given age. Trimmed just outside plate mark, as is common with these prints. Light stain in middle. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. The overall size is ca. 20.2 x 13.2 cm. The image size is ca. 19.8 x 12.6 cm. The overall size is ca. 8 x 5.2 inch. The image size is ca. 7.8 x 5 inch. Storage location: PCO-C3-02
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector
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2018-02-20 18:19:14
CAMDEN, William (1551-1623) – BRINGER, Johan, pr. (fl. 1608-1621)
J. Bringer, Frankfurt, 1616. 2 works in one volume, separately titled, 8vo (190 x 120mm). 523pp., [xxv, index]; 762pp. [xxi, index]. Signatures: A-Ll (8); Mm (2), x (4), B-Ddd (8). Bringer’s woodcut printer’s device to each title of female muse holding dove with motto, "Et simplices, sicut estote prudentes, sicut serpents." Printed marginalia. Period pigskin, elaborately tooled in blind with central lozenge of unidentified armorial device: two rosettes in chief a stork, raised right leg, surmounted by crest and helm; (Annales title lightly dampstained at gutter, Britannia title with lower right corner repaired, occasional spot at front or rear; lacking clasps, corners bumped). Early reference in Latin to front-free endpaper. The Annales is a Frankfurt reprint of the London edition of 1615; the Britannia, is the second printing in Frankfurt of the Third Edition (London: 1590). Camden’s intention with the Annales was to provide a biography of Elizabeth and a chronicle history of the Elizabethan state, with a special emphasis on foreign affairs. The Annales are coupled with here Camden’s famed work on Britain, aptly Britannia, intended principally to describe Britain as a province of the Roman Empire (hence the simple classical title). It was aimed at a classically educated international audience and until 1610 circulated only in Latin. Camden’s work on the Annales first begun in the 1580’s until he put the work aside after Elizabeth’s death in hopes that someone else better suited to the job would take it on, " by 1608 [when he began the work again] the task seemed inescapabl … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sanctuary Books, A.B.A.A. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
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