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         Bavaria Ducatus

      Artist: Blaeu Willem Janszoon ca ; issued in: Amsterdam; date: ca1618 - - technic: Copper print; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 39 x 51; - description: Map shows total Bavaria; - vita of the artist: Joan Guilliemus Blaeu was the eldest son of Willem Janszoon Blaeu (1571-1638), and was probably born in Alkmaar in the province of Noord-Holland in the final years of the 16th century. He was brought up in Amsterdam, and studied law at the University of Leiden before going into partnership with his father in the 1630s. Although his father Willem had cartographic interests, having studied under the Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe and having manufactured globes and instruments, his primary business was as a printer. It was under the control of Joan that the Blaeu printing press achieved lasting fame by moving towards the printing of maps and expanding to become the largest printing press in Europe in the 17th century.By the 1660s the Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (or Atlas Maior as it had became known by this time) had expanded to between 9 and 12 volumes, depending on the language. With over 3,000 text pages and approximately 600 maps, it was the most expensive book money could buy in the later 17th century. The translation of the text from Latin into Dutch, English, German, French, and Spanish for several volumes created enormous work for those involved in typography and letterpress activities. It is estimated that over 80 men must have been employed full-time in the Blaeu printing house in Bloemgracht, not including engravers who worked elsewhere, with over 15 printing presses running simultaneously, and in 1667 a second press was acquired at Gravenstraat. At the same time as producing the Atlas Maior, Blaeu was also publishing town plans of Italy, maps for globes, and other volumes. At its peak the Blaeu press managed to produce over 1 million impressions from 1,000 copper plates within four years.

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         Gerardi Tuningi IC. praestantissimi, in Academia Lvgduno-Batava legum quondam professoris. In quatuor libros Institutionum iuris civilis divi Justiniani commentarius; ex adversarijs auctoris magna cura collectus ac nunc primùm editus ab Arnoldo Vinnioic

      ex Officini Elzeviriana, Lugdoni Batavaroum [Leida] 1618 - In-4 (205x150 mm.), pp. (40), 928. Marca editoriale in xilografia al frontespizio. Legatura in piena pergamena con titolo inciso in oro al dorso. Lievissime, sporadiche e fisiologiche bruniture, ma bell'esemplare. Prima edizione. Raro. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         1618 Claudius Aelian Various Histories Greek Roman Mythology Wonders Pagan Art

      Parisiis [Paris] : Apud Ioan. Libert, MDCXVIII [1618] - 1618 Claudius Aelian Various Histories Greek Roman Mythology Wonders Pagan Art Claudius Aelianus, or more commonly known as Aelian, was a 2nd-century AD Roman rhetorician and philosopher who was well-versed in both Greek and Latin linguistics. Aelian had only two well-known works – ‘On Animalia’ and ‘Variae Historia.’ The latter is a collection of ancient anecdotes and sketches that describe natural wonders and mythological customs. He describes death and burial customs, Greek art, dress and costumes, food and drink, famous athletes, pagan worship, fly fishing, and more! This rare 1618 printing is printed in parallel Greek and Latin. Item number: #2159 Price: $550 AELIANUS, Claudius Aeliani Variae historiae libri XIIII. Item rerum publicarum descriptiones ex Heraclide, cum latina interpretatione Justi Vulteii, utrique . accomodata . nunc denuo . recognita Parisiis [Paris] : Apud Ioan. Libert, MDCXVIII [1618] Details: • Collation complete with all pages: [16], 514, [30] • References: USTC 6016056; • Language: Latin / Greek • Binding: Vellum; tight & secure • Size: ~4.5in X 3.25in (11.5cm x 8.5cm) • Rare with no other example for sale worldwide at present Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 2158 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         The Historie of Guicciardin: Containing the Warres of Italie and Other Parts, Continued for Manie Yeares Under Sundrie Kings and Princes, Together with the Variations and Accidents of the Same

      Richard Field, London 1618 - Size: Folio. Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is sound. Rebacked, full brown leather, 6 raised bands, [8], 821, [9] pages, alphabetical list of topics, decorated letters and other illustrative elements. This third edition reinstates "a Digression towards the end of the fourth Booke, which had bene formerly effaced out of the Italian and Latine copies in all the late Editions." Italian history, covering the late 1400s to mid 1500s. Covers worn, especially around edges, text block toned/stained, title page reattached. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 6 lbs 3 oz. Category: History; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 012669. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Universalis Tabula Iuxta Ptolemæum.

      1618 - Amsterdam: Jodocus Hondius Jnr, 1618. Fine original colour. 350 x 490mm with good margins. A map of the world according to Claudius Ptolemy of Alexandria, showing the world as known to the ancients, with the semi-mythical island of Taprobana but no America or Cape of Good Hope. However Mercator has dropped the land-locked Indian Ocean shown on earlier Ptolemaic maps. The map was engraved by Mercator himself for his 1578 edition of Ptolemy's 'Geography'; however this example comes from an edition of Petrus Bertius's 'Theatrum geographiae veteris'. The flamboyance of the strapwork-and-windhead borders makes this map the most decorative of the Ptolemaic world maps. SHIRLEY: World 139, plate 118, 'His general Ptolemaic map is one of the finest available. elegantly engraved'.

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         A Treatise Collected ovt of the Statvtes of this Kingdom, and . . . the Lawes concerning the Office and Authorities of Coroners and Sherifes: Together With an easie and plain method for the keeping of a Court Leet, Court Baron, and Hundred Court. STC 25648

      Printed for the Companie of Stationers, London 1618 - Modern brown morocco, gilt lettered, occasional light staining, else especially crisp with ample margins; the Taussig copy First edition of the first treatise by a named author on both the coroner and on the sheriff, written by a Barnard's Inn attorney and appearing in several editions throughout the century; with separate sections on each officer and on each local court [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Origenis Philocalia : de obscuris S. Scripturæ locis, a SS. PP. Basilio Magno, & Gregorio Theologo, ex varijs Origenis commentarijs excerpta. Quid insuper in hoc opere contineatur, sequens pag. indicabit. Omnia nunc primum Graece edita, ex Bibliotheca Regia opera & studio Io. Tarini Andegaui, qui & Latina fecit & notis illustravit. D.i. Orinenis Philocalia p. 1-453 mit eigenem Zwischentitel: ZACHARIAE Scholastici Christiani, postea Episcopi Mitylenes, De mundo opificio contras philosophos disputatio. [p. 455-558] ANASTASII Prespyteri in sina Monte, De hominis creatione a deo, ad imaginem & similitudinem suam. [p. 559-608] PSELLOS. De anima Celebres opiniones. [p. 608-680].

      [12] Bl., 736 S., [11] Bl. Ganzpergamenteinband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel. Graesse V, 46ff. Hoffmann III, 23ff. Dibdin I, 190. etc. Sehr seltene Editio Princeps der Philocalia des Origenis und aller weiteren angegebenen Schriften in sehr gutem Exemlar. Zweispaltiger Druck mit griechisch/lateinischer Paralelltext und ausführlichem Kommentar. Hoffmann und Dibdin schreiben von einer druckgleichen Ausgabe von 1618. Titel mit altem Stempel und Notizen von alter Hand.Teile 2-4 mit eigenem Zwischentitel in fortlaufender Paginierung.

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         Oorspronck ende voortganck der Nederlantsche kerckelijcke verschillen tot op 't Nationale Synodus van Dordrecht.Amsterdam, Cornelis de Leeuw, 1648. 2 parts in 1 volume. Small folio (28.5 x 19.5 cm). 18th-century half vellum.

      Knuttel, Kerkgeschiedenis, p. 242; Rogge, Remonstr. geschr., p. 96; STCN (2 copies). Very rare re-issue, enlarged with an index and several documents, of a history of the Dutch religious controversies that arose during the Seven Years Truce. The work includes an almost verbatim report by Bernard Dwingelo of the acts of the Synod of Dordrecht (1618-1619), which ended with the official condemnation and banishment of one of the two parties, the Arminians or Remonstrants. The main issue had been the Calvinist article of faith regarding the issue of predestination, which was rejected by the Leiden theologian Jacob Arminius (1560-1609). Arminius's more liberal views were opposed by his strict Calvanist colleague Franciscus Gomarus (1563-1641).Title-page slight browned and thumbed, boards rubbed along the extremities. Overall in very good condition.

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         Eine Carte von Nova Guinea./ Novae Guineae Tabula./ Description de la coste septentrionale de Nova Guinea.

      W. Blaeu 1618 - W. Blaeu Amsterdam 1618 copper engraved map; overall 23,5 x 33,5 cm; plate 15,5 x 27,5 cm. paper evenly toned with some faint stains and foxing; o/w exc. cond. A very rare map of the North coast of New Guinea and the Moluccas from Schouten’s travel account of the ‘Eendracht’ and ‘Hoorn’, published in ‘Journal Ofte Beschryvinghe van de wonderlicke reyse, ghaedaen door Willem Cornelisz Schouten van Hoorn, inde Jaren 1615, 1616, en 1617.’.c1567-1625) Paper is watermarked; nice strong impression; with a ttile cartouche in Dutch, Latin and French; with two compass roses. Schouten was a Dutch navigator for the Dutch East India Company. He was the first to sail the Cape Horn route to the Pacific Ocean. [ref: 3302]

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         Atlas of the classical world in two parts Theatrum Geographiae Veteris duobus Tomis Distinctum edente Petro Bertio

      Folio; two parts in one volume, lacking the general title. Part 1: 'Theatri Geographiae Veteris Tomus Prior in quo Cl. Ptol Alexandrini Geographiae libri VIII ...', engraved title-page, twenty-eight maps, twenty-seven double-page, Ptolemy's text in parallel Latin and Greek, followed by Mercator's 'Annotationes' in Latin with full-page engraved portrait of Mercator; Part 2: lacking the engraved title and portrait of Bertius (the latter as often); four double-page map sheets bearing the Tabulae Peutingerianae of Abraham Ortelius and the folding map titled Scheda Prior, with accompanying text, followed by 'Abrahami Ortelii Geographiae veteris tabulae aliquot', an abbreviated version of Ortelius' 'Parergon' with fourteen double-page engraved classical maps by or after Ortelius, the map of the Holy Land replaced by Hondius' atlas map of 1606. Woodcut diagrams and 3 engraved diagrams in the text, woodcut initials and headpieces. The first sheet of the Peutinger Table with split to one fold. Nineteenth century russia, rebacked with original spine laid down, boards and spine elaborately blind-stamped, corner devices and spine lettering stamped in gilt. [Amsterdam: Isaac Elzevir and Jodocus Hondius], 

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         Origen de las dignidades seglares de Castilla y Laon con relaçion summaria de los reyes de estos reynos: de sus actiones: casamientos: hijos: muertes: sepulturas de los que las han creado y tenido . para el principe de España don Felipe nuesto señor. Por el doctor Salazar de Mendoça 1618

      Toledo, Diego Rodriguez de Valdivielso 1618 - Colophon: (En Toledo, por Diego Rodriguez de Valdivielso, impressor de el rey nuestro señor, 1618). In-folio (295x205 mm.), pp. (4), 189, (3). Forntespizio architettonico inciso in rame. Legatura in mezza pelle bazzana, titoli e date incise in oro su tasselli al dorso. Prima edizione di quest'opera fondamentale per gli studi sulle famiglie nobiliari della penisola iberica. Bell'esemplare. Bibliografia: Palau y Dulcet, 286867. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Pharmacopaea Londinensis, of Londische apotheek. In welke alle medicamenten aldaar gebruikelyk, konstig werden toegemaakt. Cierlyker volgens de hedendaagse wyse geschikt. Hoognoodig en seer dienstig voor alle die haar werk in de medicyne maken.Amsterdam, Jan ten Hoorn, 1696. 12mo. With an engraved title-page by Jan Luyken, showing the interior of an apothecary. Contemporary sheepskin parchment.

      - Klaversma & Hannema 1179-1180; STCN (1 copy, lacking frontispiece). Wellcome IV, p. 365; WorldCat (5 copies). First and only edition of a Dutch translation of the London Pharmacopoeia, which had appeared in dozens of Latin (beginning in 1618) and English (beginning in 1649) editions. Although a slightly revised Latin edition had appeared in 1677, the Dutch publisher Ten Hoorn apparently based his translation on the 1650 edition, so that his readers miss out on the recipe for Irish whiskey. It nevertheless contains much interesting information for Dutch readers. Among the many ingredients used in the recipes were the wonderful horn of a unicorn, the skull of a man killed by violence (translated as "the skull of a man who died in good health"), twelve types of excrement (for which the Dutch translator used five different words) and fresh cheese (pp. 26-28). A list of other medical titles printed and sold by the publisher appears on the final pages.With a bookplate. Binding soiled and spotted, text with some spots and a few small holes; lacking front endpapers. A good copy of a rare pharmacopoeia.

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         Fuggerorum et Fuggerarum, quae in familia natae, quaève in familiam transierunt, quot extant aere expressae imagines

      Augsburg, Andreas Aperger, 1618. A collection of portraits of members of the mercantile and banking dynasty founded by Jakob Fugger (circa 1430-1518), each portrait accompanied by appropriate heraldic insignia, and displayed within an architectural or grotesque frame of impressive quality and size (platemarks 340 × 230 mm). On the versos of the portraits are printed brief genealogical notices apparently supplied by Marcus Henning (1561-circa 1622). The book has been long recognised as a valuable document for the history of costume, especially for women's clothing. Indeed, its most striking feature is the high proportion of women portrayed: nearly half of the portraits in this edition (sixty-two of 127) depict women, the wives and daughters of the Fuggers in nearly equal number.Custos, Dominicus Antwerp 1559/1560 - 1615 Augsburg Fuggerorum et Fuggerarum, quae in familia natae, quaève in familiam tran­sierunt, quot extant aere expressae imagines. Augsburg, Andreas Aperger, 1618 folio (430 × 285 mm), (130) ff., comprising: engraved title (with above text), signed Dominicus Custodis Ant.[verpianus] totius Operis deliniator, et sculptor Aug. Vindelicor. and dated (right) 1593 (letterpress on verso, subscribed by the publisher 'Augustae Vindelicorum [1618] quo ad genealogium Andrea Aperger typographo etiam navante operam'); leaf with letterpress headed 'Fuggerana insignia junctus Khierchpergensibus et Weissenhornianis' above an engraving of the Fugger insignia signed by Wolfgang Kilian (verso blank); 127 numbered portraits engraved by Custos, Wolfgang and Lukas Kilian imposed within frames by the same engrav­ers (printed on rectos, with explicatory letterpress printed on opposite versos); and a single page of letterpress (completing index; verso blank). A paste-on cancel corrects the heraldic insignia on plate no. 5. 1 provenance H.P. Kraus Inc., collation note dated November 1990 on lower pastedown. Short tears in margins of eight folios neatly repaired (two extend just within the platemarks), otherwise a fine copy with the engravings in excellent impressions. binding contemporary vellum drawn over paper boards. A collection of portraits of members of the mercantile and banking dynasty founded by Jakob Fugger (circa 1430-1518), each portrait accompanied by appropri­ate heraldic insignia, and displayed within an architectural or grotesque frame of impressive quality and size (platemarks 340 × 230 mm). On the versos of the portraits are printed brief genealogical notices apparently supplied by Marcus Henning (1561-circa 1622). 2 The book is a monument of Baroque ornament and book illustration and copies have featured in sev­eral exhibitions. 3 [img-2522-left-large_default] Fig. 1 Hans Georg Fugger (1566-1585), first-born son of Georg Fugger and Ursula von Lichtenstein, engraved portrait and frame by Dominicus Custos (pl. 54; page height 430 mm) The printmaker Dominicus Custos, son of the Antwerp painter Pieter Balten, had arrived in Augsburg about 1588, in which year he married the widow of Bartholomäus Kilian, becoming step-father of Lukas (1579-1637) and Wolfgang Kilian (1581-1662). He was soon employed by Philipp Eduard, Octavianus Secundus, and Anton Fugger on a project to engrave their family's portraits, and by 1592 he had completed sixty or more prints. 4 A small selection of these (ten portraits, including those of Custos's three patrons) was issued in 1592, in quarto format, as I cones decem illustr. Baronum et Fuggarorum gente qui Domicilia Augustae Vindelic. constituta habent.5In 1593 appeared the first edition of Fuggerorum et Fuggerarum quae in familia natae... Imagines, a folio presenting seventy-one portraits, each imposed within an engraved frame appropriate to the sitter's rank and sex (eleven different frames were designed). 6 After Custos's death (1616 or 1617), Lukas and Wolfgang Kilian brought the work up-to-date, adding to the end of the series portraits of Margareta Fugger-Caretto (1592-1652) and other members of the family who had been born (or reached maturity) since 1593, and interpolating portraits of Ulrich Fugger (1441-1510), Sigmund Friedrich Fugger (1542-1600), and others of whom models had just become available. Altogether, the new edition presents 127 portraits. Sixty-two portraits, eleven designs of frames, and the alle­gorical title-page, are printed from plates attributable to Custos. Lukas, the more talented of Dominicus' stepsons, engraved twenty-nine portraits and one new frame; his younger brother, Wolfgang, contributed thirty-six por­traits, three frames, and the large print of the Fugger coat-of-arms placed at the beginning of the volume. 7 A local draughtsman, Johann Mathias Kager (1575-1634), city painter of Augsburg after 1615, was designer of the four frames engraved by the two Kilians. 8 Unlike the 1593 edition, which seems to have been limited and distributed by the family, the 1618 edi­tion was a commercial undertaking by the newly-established publisher Andreas Aperger. [img-2523-left-large_default] Fig. 2 Jakob 'der Reiche' (1459-1525), engraved portrait and frame by Dominicus Custos (pl. 4; page height 430 mm) [img-2524-left-large_default] Fig. 3 Ursula von Harrach (1522-1554), wife of Johann Jakob Fugger (1516-1575), engraved portrait and frame by Dominicus Custos (pl. 13; page height 430 mm) [img-2525-left-large_default] Fig. 4 Hieronymus Fugger (1584-1633), engraved portrait by Lukas Kilian within a frame designed by Johann Mathias Kager (pl. 112; page height 430 mm) Many of Custos's matrices (both portraits and frames) were extensively reworked by Lukas and Wolfgang Kilian for the new edition. Backgrounds were strengthened with cross-hatching and shading, and the portraits occasionally were updated. 9 The original portrait of Raymund Fugger (1489-1535), for example, depicts him as a young man (1593 edition, pl. 8); the Kilians added a beard to convey the appearance of old age (1618, pl. 8). 10 Hans Jakob Fugger (1516-1575) likewise was transformed from a middle-aged (1593, pl. 12) to an old man (1618, pl. 12). 11 Custos's portrait of Helena Fugger-Madruzzo (1593, pl. 59), who had married Georg Fugger (1560-1634) in 1583 and by 1611 borne him twenty-one children, was replaced by an entirely new portrait engraved by Wolfgang Kilian, which depicts her in old age (1618, pl. 86). Custos's portrait of the celebrated entrepreneur Hans Fugger (1531-1598) also was replaced by a new one, en­graved by Lukas Kilian, a close copy except in one detail: in the original, the subject is depicted with a notebook in his right hand (1593, pl. 23); in the substitute, the book rests on the table top (1618, pl. 74). Several of Custos's portraits were excluded from the new edition, among them one of Anna Jacobäa Fugger (1593, pl. 47), who in 1582 had brought scandal upon the family when she fled the Dominican convent St. Katharina in Augsburg, converted, and afterwards married the Protestant Heinrich vii Graf zu Ortenburg; 12 and the portrait of Barbara Fugger-Bäsinger, wife of Jakob Fugger (1398-1469) (1593, pl. 3). 13 The book has been long recognised as a valuable document for the history of costume, especially for women's clothing. 14 Indeed, its most striking feature is the high proportion of women portrayed: nearly half of the portraits in the 1618 edition (sixty-two of 127) depict women, the wives and daughters of the Fuggers in almost equal number. Some illustrious male members of the Fugger dynasty are unaccountably omitted. In their stead appear women - some, like Ursula Fugger-Lichtenstein (pl. 16), the patroness of the Society of Jesus in Augsburg, had attained celebrity; 15 but others are obscure, and had no progeny, such as the Benedictine nun Maria Fugger (pl. 69). 16 Perhaps the three instigators of the project choose the subjects, or the choice may have depended on the availability of authen­tic models for the engravers to copy. 17 The matrices of the portraits were restruck (without the engraved frames) at Augsburg in 1620 for an edition with German text, published by Sara Mang, under the title Contrafahe der Herren Fugger und Frawen Fuggerinnen. Another edition, also without the engraved frames, but restituting to the series the portraits of Anna Jacobäa and Barbara Fugger, and others, was printed at Ulm in 1754, as Pinacotheca Fuggerorum. references Désiré Guilmard, Les maîtres ornemanistes (Paris 1880-1881), p.393 no. 10; F.W.H. Hollstein, German etchings, engrav­ings & woodcuts 1400-1700 (Amsterdam 1960), vi, p.183, no. 60 and (Amsterdam 1976), xvii, p.154, nos. 621-650 and idem (Amsterdam 1976), xviii, p.198, nos. 705 (por­traits), 911/918 (heraldic device occurring among preliminaries); Staatliche Museen Berlin, Katalog der Lipperheideschen Kostümbibliothek, edited by Eva Nienholdt and Gretel Wagner-Neumann (Berlin 1965), Da8; Sibylle Appuhn-Radtke, 'Augsburger Buchillustration im 17. Jahrhundert' in Augsburger Buchdruck und Verlagswesen, edited by Helmut Gier (Wiesbaden 1997), pp.736-446 (four repro­ductions); Milan Pelc, Illustrium imagines: das Porträt­buch der Renaissance (Leiden 2002), pp.150-151 no. 38 1. This cancel appears also in a British Library, shelfmark 604 l.15. 2. Walter Dietl, Die Elogien der Ambraser Fürstenbildnisse (Innsbruck 2000), pp.66, 81. 3. Fugger und Welser: oberdeutsche Wirtschaft Politik und Kultur im Spiegel zweier Geschlechter, catalogue of an exhibition held in the Schaezlerhaus, Augsburg, June-September 1950, Städtische Kunstsammlungen (Augsburg 1950), no. 389; Augsburger Barock, catalogue of an exhi­bition held in the Rathaus and Holbeinhaus, 15 June-13 October 1968 (Augsburg 1968), no. 657; Welt im Umbruch: Augsburg zwischen Renaissance und Barock, catalogue of an exhibition held in the Rathaus and Zeug­haus, 28 June-28 September (Augsburg 1980), no. 372; Die Fugger im Bild: Selbstdarstellung einer Familiendy­nastie der Renaissance, catalogue of an exhibition held in the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, 10 March-22 May 2010 (Lucerne 2010), pp.123-127, 182-185. 4. Georg Lill, Fuggerorum et Fuggerarum imagines (Augsburg 1938), i, p.v; Norbert Lieb, Octavian Secundus Fugger (1549-1600) und die Kunst (Tübingen 1980), p.91. 5. Die Fugger im Bild, op. cit., pp.116-117, 170-173. 6. Die Fugger im Bild, op. cit., pp.117-123, 178-181, discussing all four known copies. 7. The twenty-nine portraits signed by Lukas are nos.30, 38, 43, 55-56, 60, 62-64, 66-67, 69, 74, 87, 95, 101, 103, 107, 109-111, 113, 116-118, 120, 122, 124, 127; Wolfgang Kilian's portraits are nos.2, 31, 34-37, 39-41, 50, 57-59, 61, 65, 68, 70-71, 86, 88-89, 91-92, 96-97, 99, 102, 108, 112, 114-115, 119, 121, 123, 125-126. 8. Susanne Netzer, Johann Matthias Kager: Stadtmaler von Augsburg (Munich 1980), p.134 no. D24; p.125 no. Z46; compare Hollstein, op. cit. (Blaricum 1986), xvb, p.169 no. 6 (wrongly crediting Kager with all the engraved frames). Cf. Die Fugger im Bild, op. cit., pp.186-187 (exhibiting one of Kager's preparatory drawings). 9. These alterations to Custos's matrices are not recorded in Hollstein, op. cit. (Amsterdam 1960), vi, p.183 no. 60. 10. Compare reproductions in Norbert Lieb, Die Fugger und die Kunst im Zeitalter der hohen Renais­sance (Munich 1958), p.55 and Abb.82-83. 11. See Die Fugger und die Musik: Anton Fugger zum 500. Geburtstag, catalogue of an exhibition held in the Fuggerhaus, Augsburg, 10 June-8 August 1993 (Augsburg 1993), pp.126-127 no. 8, reprodu­cing the earlier state of the print from 'einer altkolorierten Prachtausgabe' (in Fuggermuseum Babenhausen): 'Blatt 12 der regulären Ausgabe von 1618 gibt ihn in derselben Aufmachung als älteren Mann wieder'. 12. Martha Schad, Die Frauen des Hauses Fugger von der Lilie 15.-17. Jahrhundert (Tübingen 1989), pp.111-113. 13. Schad, op. cit., pp.12-15 14. One portrait is of particular interest (1618, pl.46), as the sitter's clothes have survived: Maria Jakobäa (1562-1588), daughter of Hans, Freiherr Fugger, Herr zu Kirchheim Glött Mickhausen Stettenfels und Schmiechen, married in 1579 Octavian Secundus, Freiherr Fugger, Herr zu Kirchberg. See Karen Stolleis, 'Die Kleider der Maria Jakobäa Fugger (1562-1588)' in Documenta textilia (1981), pp.357-370; Schad, op. cit., pp.44-47. 15. Schad, op. cit., pp.30-32. 16. Schad, op. cit., p.133 (print reproduced). 17. See Lill, op. cit., p.vi, on the originals from which some portraits were taken. The lost original of the print of Ursula von Harrach (reproduced Fig. 4) is generally considered to have been painted by Jakob Seisenegger; see Kurt Löcher, Jakob Seisenegger, Hofmaler Kaiser Ferdinands i (Munich 1962), p.88.

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         Antique Master Print-SATIRE-ARMINIANS-MAURITS-OLDENBARNEVELD-van de Venne-1618

      - Antique Master Print, titled: 'Justitia. Eendracht maect Macht. Rechtveerdige Sifte. [.]' - (Justice. Unity creates power. Righteous sieve.) Rare broadsheet. Satire on Oldenbarneveld and the other Arminian / Remonstrant leaders falling throught the sieve of the dominant Contraremonstrant and Maurits of Nassau. Engraving on laid paper. Watermark: Pot. Description: Rare and harsh satirical pamflet against the more liberal Arminian faction in the Northern Netherlands. State: Only state Ref: Hollstein 2/FMH 1360. Rare BroadsheetArtists and Engravers: Made by an anonymous engraver after 'Adriaen van de Venne'. Adriaen Pietersz van de Venne (1589-1662), was a reknown Dutch painter of allegories, genre subjects and portraits, as well as a miniaturist and designer of political satires, book illustrations and a versifier. Condition: Good, given age. Ample margins, old folds and creasing. The image and the text below the image were originally two separate sheets, here joined together. Text lacks a part in the lower left, backed with paper and the border partly drawn in. Sold w.a.f. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: TPCLA-P6-03 LATPC The overall size is ca. 14.4 x 20.5 inch. The image size is ca. 14.4 x 20.5 inch. The overall size is ca. 36.7 x 52 cm. The image size is ca. 36.7 x 52 cm.

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         Het Schilder-Boeck waerin voor eerst de leerlustige jeught den gront der edele vrye schilderkonst in verscheyden deelen wordt voor-gedragen. [.]

      - Amsterdam, Jacob Pietersz. Wachter, 1618 (tweede druk). 4to. [xxviii],48,[viii],424,[vi],[xvi],244,[iv],[16] pp. Met gegraveerde titelpagina (door N.Las[tman] naar W. Val[ckert?]) en portret door N. Lastman [naar een prent van Jan Saenredam, naar een schilderij van Goltzius]. Perkamenten spitselband. (kneep iets gespleten; (lichte) watervlek ondermarge; enkele pagina's iets gevlekt; scheurtje in marge in fol.73; eenmaal klein gaatje, 1 à 2 letters tekstverlies; overigens een zeer goed exemplaar.) Bevat: Den grondt der edel vry schilder-const; Het leven der oude antycke [.] schilders, 1617; Het leven der moderne [.] Italiaensche schilders, 1616; Het leven der doorluchtighe Nederlandtsche [.] schilders, 1617 (druk Paulus van Ravesteyn, 1618); Uytleggingh op den Metamorphosis, 1616; Uytbeeldinghe der figueren, 1616 (druk Paulus van Ravesteyn 1616); [.] [Bredero, G.?] Leven ende wercken van Karel van Mander.

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         The Historie of Guicciardin: Containing the Warres of Italie and Other Parts, Continued for Manie Yeares Under Sundrie Kings and Princes, Together with the Variations and Accidents of the Same

      Richard Field, 1618, Hardcover, Book Condition: Good Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket, Third Edition. Size: Folio. Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is sound. Rebacked, full brown leather, 6 raised bands, [8], 821, [9] pages, alphabetical list of topics, decorated letters and other illustrative elements. This third edition reinstates "a Digression towards the end of the fourth Booke, which had bene formerly effaced out of the Italian and Latine copies in all the late Editions." Italian history, covering the late 1400s to mid 1500s. Covers worn, especially around edges, text block toned/stained, title page reattached. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 6 lbs 3 oz. Category: History; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 012669.

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         De I Miracoli et Maravigliosi Affetti Dalla Natura Prodotti. Libri Quattro Di Givan Battista Porta Napolitano Nuovamente tradotti di Latino in Volgare, & con molta diligenza corretti & illustrate. Con due Tavole, una de Capitoli & altra delle cose piu notabili.

      London: Printed by C. Whitingham. 1618 - Venice: Presso Gio: Battista Bonf. 1618 Title with large woodcut printer's device, woodcut decorative initials, trimmed at head, affecting some headlines, some light foxing, 19th century vellum-backed boards, spine gilt and with morocco label, slightly marked, 8vo, Venice, Presso Gio: Battista Bonf., 1618. Numbered to every other page, Title, [1] [28 - Contents], 148pp. 15cm by 10cm.   Condition Report Externally Spine – good condition – gently worn, label chipped. Joints – good condition – worn. Corners – good condition. Boards – good condition. Page edges – good condition. See above and photos. Internally Hinges – good condition – solid. Paste downs – good condition – bookplate. End papers – good condition – previous owner’s mark. Title – good condition. Pages – good condition. Binding – good condition, solid. See photos Publisher: see above. Publication Date: 1618 Binding: Hardback [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Sinryke Fabulen, Verklaart en Toegepast Tot alderley Zeede-lessen, Dienstig om waargenoomen te werden in het Menschelijke en Burgelijke leeven. Amsterdam, Hieronymus Sweerts, 1685.

      Contemporary full calf leather, remains of gilt ornaments on the spine. Edges and corners worn. Else a good copy of the rare and only edition of this fable book by Pieter de la Court the younger. With hand coloured title page. 16,5 x 21 cm, [20] 1-727 [1] pp. With engraved title page and 100 engraved emblems by J. Gole. Pieter de la Court (1618-1685) was an outspoken character in the Dutch political scene of the seventeenth century. As a follower of Johan de Wit (1625-1672), de la Court became unpopular when the republican experiment backfired. Sinryke Fabulen was a great opportunity for him to carry out his political ideas disguised as fables. This book is a beautiful example of the synergy between fable literature and Dutch emblematic structure. The stories each contain a picture, a Latin motto and a moral explanation. Other copies available: Sinryke Fabulen. Amsterdam, Hieronymus Sweerts, 1685. (Title page not coloured) Code: 24.718 (B0075) € 900,-

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         Bavaria ducatus

      Artist: Visscher Nicolas ( - 1679) Amsterdam; issued in: Amsterdam; date: ca 1670 1618 - - technic: Copper print; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Restoration at centerfold, lower missing part replaced; - size (in cm): 38 x 49; - description: Map shows upper Bavaria with Munich , Augsburg, Regensburg ,Passau, Berchdesgaden and Salzburg; -vita of the artist: Nicolaes Visscher I (1618 -1679) Amsterdam was a Dutch engraver, cartographer and publisher. He was the son of Claes Janszoon Visscher. His son, Nicolaes Visscher II, also worked with him and continued the family tradition of mapmaking. He died in Amsterdam in 1709 and later after his death, many plates has been used from Petrus Schenk II (1693_1775) to issue other copies.

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         Aegyptus antiqua Divisa in Nomus

      Artist: Val du Pierre ( - 1683) Paris; issued in: Paris; date: ca 1635 1618 - - technic: Copper print; - colorit: colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 39 x 53; - description: Map shows Egypt; -vita of the artist: Pierre Duval (1618?1683) was a French geographer.Pierre Duval was born in Abbeville. He was the nephew and pupil of the geographer Nicolas Sanson. Encouraged by Louis XIV to move to Paris, he later became Geographe Ordinaire du Roy.

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         Luxemburgensis Ducatus, tam in ejusdem minores, quam principales Ditiones peraccurate Distinctus,.

      Artist: Visscher Nicolas ( - 1679) Amsterdam; issued in: Amsterdam; date: ca 1660 1618 - - technic: Copper print; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Margin replaced with lower missing part; - size (in cm): 49 x 58,5; - description: Decorative map of Luxembourg with its surrounding countries. ;Officially the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg,i n the 14th and early 15th centuries, three members of the House of Luxembourg reigned as Holy Roman Emperors. In 1437, the House of Luxembourg suffered a succession crisis, precipitated by the lack of a male heir to assume the throne, which led to the territories being sold by Duchess Elisabeth to Philip the Good of Burgundy. In the following centuries, Luxembourg's fortress was steadily enlarged and strengthened by its successive occupants, the Bourbons, Habsburgs, Hohenzollerns and the French.; -vita of the artist: Nicolaes Visscher I (1618 -1679) Amsterdam was a Dutch engraver, cartographer and publisher. He was the son of Claes Janszoon Visscher. His son, Nicolaes Visscher II, also worked with him and continued the family tradition of mapmaking. He died in Amsterdam in 1709 and later after his death, many plates has been used from Petrus Schenk II (1693_1775) to issue other copies.

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         Globus Coelestris. Auctore Iudoco Hondio A°. 1616

      [Jodocus Hondius Jnr., Amsterdam, 1618] - Copper engraved 92 x 135 mm A beautiful and finely engraved miniature celestial map in two hemispheres, published by the younger Hondius for Petrus Bertius' Tabularum geographicarum contractarum libri septem. The hemispheres depict numerous personifications of the constellations, each labelled with its Latin title. All of the signs of the zodiac are represented, along with other major star-groups, including Ursa Major, Bootes, Cygnus, Andromeda, Cetus, Orion, Canis Major, and Centaurus. The spheres are both divided into twelve sections, each governed by a particular zodiacal sign, the symbols for which appear in the borders of each hemisphere. The spaces around the outside of the spheres are decorated in elaborate strap-work, and a secondary title above the plate mark reads 'De Sphaera Caelesti,' illustrating its use in a section of the atlas 'concerning the celestial spheres.' The latin text on the verso describes classical perceptions of the heavens and earth, with particular reference to the writing of Aelius Gallus, Varro, Ennius, Plato, Aristotle, and the influence of ancient Egyptian and Chaldaean philosophy and astrology. The majority of the plates for Petrus Bertius' Tabularum geographicarum contractarum libri septem were reduced versions of those published in the Mercator-Hondius Atlas Minor. The first edition, published by Cornelis Claes, was published in Amsterdam in 1600, using a suite of miniature maps first published in the Caert-Thresoor by Barent Langenes. Over the next fifty years, the Bertius atlas was issued numerous times in Latin, French, and German, its collection of maps continually increasing with new plates, the majority of which were engraved by Bertius' brothers-in-law Jodocus Hondius and van den Keere. Hondius the Younger's first issue of the Bertius atlas, published in 1616, was an immediate commercial success, and the second edition appeared later the same year. Petrus Bertius (14th November 1565 â€" 13th October 1629) was a Flemish theologian, historian, geographer and cartographer and was related to Jodocus Hondius Sr. and Pieter van den Keere by marriage. Bertius studied at the University of Leiden and later traveled in Germany and Russia. In 1620 he emigrated to France where he was appointed as a cosmographer to the court Louis XIII. Bertius published a number of folio maps, but never published an atlas of his own. His maps were either separately published or included in atlases and books by other publishers. Jodocus Hondius (14th October 1563 - 12th February 1612) was a Dutch Flemish cartographer, engraver, and publisher. Hondius is most famous for reviving the primacy of the work of Gerard Mercator, through the publication of his Atlas, and the smaller Atlas Minor, in the early seventeenth century, at a time when cartography was largely dominated by Ortelius' Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. The Mercator-Hondius Atlas was composed of maps pulled from plates Hondius had purchased from Mercator's grandson, as well as thirty-six new plates Hondius commissioned, and in many cases engraved, himself. He is also believed to have been the chief engraver of the plates for John Speed's Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine. Following his death, he was succeeded by his sons, Jodocus the Younger and Henricus, as well as his son in law Jan Jansson. Condition: Excellent crisp impression. Minor waterstain to bottom margin of sheet, not affecting image. Framed in antique style frame. [Attributes: First Edition]

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         Las incomodidas grandes que padecen los ministros defta Inquisicion... nos ha obligado a suplicar al... Inquisidor general... tuviesen por bien de darnos licencia para poner esta Inquisicion en lo llano de esta Ciudad, junto a San Francisco... Y como esta Inquisicion es tan pobre... Lo que cada uno quisiere dar pondra al fin desta carta, para que el Comissario, por cuya man ova hecha la diligencia nos la remita

      Apparently unique pamphlet from the Inquisition, given at the Castle of Cuenca, petitioning to be moved from the current location due to the harshness of the weather (strong winds being pointed out as being most extreme) to the city, presumably where the weather was less inclement; and requests donations for the move, which are -to the extent of everyone´s wish- to be annexed to the bottom of the pamphlet. "Las incomodidas grandes que padecen los ministros defta Inquisicion, y todas las personas que vienen a negociar a ella (por estas fundada en el mas aspero sitio de España, en un zerro levantado, y entre otros dos por donde vienen los ayres furiosos... nos ha obligado a suplicar al Illustrisimo Señor Cardenal, Inquisidor general, y los Señores del Consejo de su Magestad, de la Sancta, y general Inquisicion, tuviesen por bien de darnos licencia para poner esta Inquisicion en lo llano de esta Ciudad, junto a San Francisco: la cual se nos ha concedido. Y como esta Inquisicion es tan pobre, como todo el mundo sabe, nos ha sido fuerza para obra tan grande, que costar mas de veynte mil ducados... Lo que cada uno quisiere dar pondra al fin desta carta, para que el Comissario, por cuya man ova hecha la diligencia nos la remita..." No copies are found on Worldcat, or at auction.

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         The Adoration of the Magi

      Outside a stable with the Virgin lifting the Christ Child from his manger and showing him to the three kings who carry gifts at right, St Joseph beyond; after Peter Paul Rubens; illustration to the 1618 reprint of 1616 edition of "Missale Romanum" (Antwerp: 1618). c.1614. Formerly attributed to Cornelis Galle I (1576-1650) Engraving on paper with some margin; plate mark: 309 x 203 mm, total: 333 x 219 mm; on the verso text in letterpress, black and red ink. Nicely detailed engraving; some soil, repaired tear on margin above and small tears on the margin on the left, not affecting the plate; mounted on passepartout. Not in Hollstein

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         Biblia Dat is de gantsche H. Schrifture vervattende alle de Canonycke Boeken des Oude en des Nieuwen Testaments. door last van de Hoogh Moog: Heeren Staten Generael der Vereenighde Nederlanden en volgens 't Besluyt van de Sinode Nationael gehouden tot Dordrecht inde jaaren An. 1618 ende 1619 Uyt de Oorspronckelicke talen in onse Nederlandtsche tale getrouwelick over geset. Met nieuwe bugevoegde Verklaringen op de duvstere plaetsen, aenteckeningen van de gelyck Luydende Texten ende nieuwe Registers over beide de Testamenten.

      302 Folio (604 pages) plus 134 Folio (268 pages) plus 164 Folio (328 pages) plus 66 Folio (132 pages) - Total pages1332 pages Gr.-Fol., Ledereinband Thick folio. Orig. full blind-embossed diced calf with orig. brass clasps and corner protectors, over heavy bevelled wooden boards. Spine extremities skilfully strengthened. Comprising engrv. illust title-page, text in a black gothic type printed in multiple columns, and 6 folding double-page maps including one of the two world hemispheres. Complete with the Apocryphe at end. NOTE: The States-General (Staten Generael) instructed the Synod of Dordrecht with the translation of the Bible into the Dutch language at a special meeting in 1618. This task was completed in 1637 and a contemp. print of the occasion is inserted with the Bible. Just as the 'Luther Bible' as well as the 'King James Bible' had a major influence on both the literature and art of both Germany and England, so the 'Statenbijbel' as this became known, had a major effect on the Dutch poets, writers and culture in Holland with artists such as Rembrandt being inspired by biblical motives. A fine example of early Dutch binding, Condition: binding professionally restored, inside some light yellow foxing, but overall the book in good condition. Ex Libris from Christiani Caroli Bunsen. Addionally ex Libris: Ex Bibliotheca Danielis Wilhelmi Nebelii - old owner entry on the third empty page in the beginning: Linck 1751?

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         Landscape with figures [Recueil de 283 estampes gravées... serie title]

      Mountain landscape with figures. High mountains on the right. Below a village. Closer to the foreground two figures seen from behind. On the left trees and rocks. From the 'Recueil de 283 estampes gravées à l'eau forte d'après les dessins originaux... que Mons. Evrard Jabach de Cologne... possédait' or Cabinet Jabach. Everhard Jabach (1618-1695) was an eminent French collector of drawings. This ensemble of plates is drawn after Italian masters as the Carraccis, Pietro da Cortona, Titian, Campagnola turned into print by Macé, Corneille Jean-Baptiste and Michel-Ange and Pesne. Signed on the bottom; at left 'An. Carache delin:', numbered '23.F', signed on the right bottom:'JB Corneille Sculp Cum privuil Regis.' Etching on fine laid paper with small margins; platemark: 285 x 405 mm, total: 290 x 422 mm; in good conditions

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         Landscape with pond [Recueil de 283 estampes gravées... serie title]

      Landscape, high trees on the left, a village on the left background, trees and some figures in the middle, a pond in the center foreground. A man on a horse seen from behind riding towards the right background. From the 'Recueil de 283 estampes gravées à l'eau forte d'après les dessins originaux... que Mons. Evrard Jabach de Cologne... possédait' or Cabinet Jabach. Everhard Jabach (1618-1695) was an eminent French collector of drawings. This ensemble of plates is drawn after Italian masters as the Carraccis, Pietro da Cortona, Titian, Campagnola turned into print by Macé, Corneille Jean-Baptiste and Michel-Ange and Pesne. Signed on the bottom; at left 'Lud. Carache delin:', numbered '16.E', signed on the right bottom:'Massé. Sculp. Cum privuil Regis.' Etching on fine laid paper with margins; platemark: 284 x 406 mm, total: 297 x 422 mm; in good conditions. Attached to a steel engraving by Jean-Baptiste-Marie Bury (1808-ca.1881) after Jean Arnould Leveil (1806-1866) with Roman ruines.

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         Landscape with figures [Recueil de 283 estampes gravées... serie title]

      River landscape with figures on the left. In the center a bridge on the river, mountains towards the right, a city on the left. From the 'Recueil de 283 estampes gravées à l'eau forte d'après les dessins originaux... que Mons. Evrard Jabach de Cologne... possédait' or Cabinet Jabach. Everhard Jabach (1618-1695) was an eminent French collector of drawings. This ensemble of plates is drawn after Italian masters as the Carraccis, Pietro da Cortona, Titian, Campagnola turned into print by Macé, Corneille Jean-Baptiste and Michel-Ange and Pesne. Signed on the bottom; at left 'An. Carache delin:', numbered '34.E', signed on the right bottom:'Massé. Sculp. Cum privuil Regis.' Etching on fine laid paper with margins; platemark: 283 x 401 mm, total: 290 x 419 mm; in very good conditions

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         Büdingen,anno 1618, Braun/Hogenberg

      Braun/Hogenberg "Civitates ." - Büdingen,anno 1618, Braun/Hogenberg Radierung, verlegt von Braun/Hogenberg in Civitates Orbis Terrarum, Teil VI, franz Ausg., anno 1618. Blattgrösse: 42 x 54 cm., sehr guter Erhaltungszustand, handkoloriert [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         "GROENESTEIJN, VAN; MILITARIA--- 'Geslacht van Groenesteijn', titel op een perkamenten omslag van een manuscript genealogie uit ca. 1740, 33x12 cm., 28 pag.".

      Betreft familie van militairen: 1. Bartholomeus van Groenesteyn, overl. 1618. 2. Diederick v. Groenesteijn (overl. 1649), huwde I. 1606 te Bergen op Zoom Catharina de Piet (overl. 1609) en II. Bergen op Zoom 1609 Elisabeth Jans van Doornick, wed. Jan Zeegers (overl. 1639). 3a. Bartholomeus van Groenesteijn, geb. 1607, overl. 1641 in Indie. In 1630 gevangen genomen in Nijmegen en naar Gelder gebracht. In 1634 weer naar Indie. 3b. Diederick D. van Groenesteijn, geb. Brielle 1619, overl. 1692, huwde 1650 te Alkmaar met Allegonda van Haeften, wed. van Putten (overl. 1668). 4. Diederick van Groenesteijn, geb. Bergen op Zoom 1658, overl. 1737, huwde 1684 Maastricht met Lucretia Luls, overl. 1736. 5. Diederick van Groenesteijn, geb. 1685, huwde 1723 Maria M. Brouwer. 6 en 7. Hun kinderen huwden De Man, Trotz, Steenbergen. Andere namen: von Rödern, van Wourcom, Geerts.M13097

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         Diverse vedute designate in Fiorenza

      [Paris: Israël Henriet, circa 1618]. From the Collection of Arthur & Charlotte Vershbow. Complete set of ten etchings, plus the frontispiece by Collignon, sheets 118 x 254 mm and similar, second states (of two or three), very good impressions, on fine laid paper, several with Triple Fleur-de-Lys in a shield watermarks (see Lieure watermarks 50). Trimmed close to or on the platemark, L. 270 with a soft diagonal crease at the right, otherwise in good condition. Matted and laid into later portfolio. Provenance: Dr. R, in a square (not in Lugt). Fine impressions of Callot's series of Medici landscapes. Lieure 268-77 ("Paysages gravés pour Jean de Medicis").

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         Eigenh. Dorsalvermerk mit U.

      O. O., 29. XI. 1618. - Sechs Zeilen auf der Rückseite eines ganzseitigen, in lateinischer Sprache verfaßten und von einem "Casparus Sunniok" unterzeichneten Berichts. Folio. Dienstanweisung hinsichtlich des weiteren Geschäftsgangs für das vorliegende Aktenstück zur ungarischen Hofkanzlei: "Ad consilium Hung. ut inde iuxta consuetudinem Regni et eius cancellariae intromemorata necessaria expediantur". - Gerhard von Questenberg war zunächst lateinischer Kopist von Kaiser Rudolf II. in der Hofkriegskanzlei und trat später als Registrator und Kriegssekretär in den Dienst von König Matthias. "[N]ach dem Regierungsantritt Ferdinands II. [stieg Questenberg] endgültig zur bestimmenden Persönlichkeit im Hofkriegsrat auf" (NDB XXI, 43). "Seit 1622 mit der Tochter des kaiserlichen Hofkammerrats Johann Unterholzer von Kranichberg verheiratet, nahm Questenberg enge Verbindungen zu Wallenstein auf, den er bei Aufstellung und Organisation seiner Armee unterstützte. Seit 1626 Wirklicher Hofkriegsrat, wurde er 1627 in den Reichsfreiherrenstand erhoben. In den folgenden Jahren war Questenberg wichtigster Verbindungsmann Wallensteins in Wien und wirkte wiederholt in militärdiplomatischen Missionen, zuletzt als Geheimer Rat und Vizepräsident des Hofkriegsrats" (DBE). - Papierbedingt etwas gebräunt; etwas angestaubt und fleckig und mit kleineren Randläsuren.

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         La castrametation, descrite par Symon Stevin de Bruges, selon l'ordonnance & usage. Leiden, M. en B. Elzevier 1618. [Gebonden met 2:] Nouvelle maniere de fortification par escluses. Leiden, M. en B. Elzevier, 1618.

      Folio, gebonden in geheel perkament uit de tijd (voorplat gerestaureerd), (8)+54+(4)+61 pag. Geillustreerd met fraai gegraveerd portret van prins Maurits, een gravure van diens wapen en houtsneden in de tekst. Iets gebruind. Watervlekken op de eerste pagina's van het tweede werk. Vingerafdruk afwijkend van de beschrijving in de STCN. De enige twee werken met de gecombineerde namen van de broers Mathieu en Bonaventura Elzevier op de titel. Het eerste werk over leger kampementen. Het tweede werk over sluizen."Rahir 121; Willems 149. B2163"

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         Diverse vedute designate in Fiorenza

      [Paris: Israël Henriet, circa 1618]. Complete set of ten etchings, plus the frontispiece by Collignon, sheets 118 x 254 mm and similar, second states (of two or three), very good impressions, on fine laid paper, several with Triple Fleur-de-Lys in a shield watermarks (see Lieure watermarks 50). Trimmed close to or on the platemark, L. 270 with a soft diagonal crease at the right, otherwise in good condition. Matted and laid into later portfolio. Provenance: Dr. R, in a square (not in Lugt). Fine impressions of Callot's series of Medici landscapes. Lieure 268-77 ("Paysages gravés pour Jean de Medicis"). From the Collection of Arthur & Charlotte Vershbow.

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         Nova Iconologia di Cesare Ripa Perugino Cavalier de SS. Maurition & Lazzaro

      Padova, Pietro Paolo Tozzi 1618 - Titre complet : Nova Iconologia di Cesare Ripa Perugino Cavalier de SS. Maurition & Lazzaro Nella quale si descrivono diverse imagini di Virtu, Vitij, Affetti, Passioni humane, Arti, Discipline, Humori, Elementi, Corpi Celesti, Provincie d'Italia, Fiumi, tutte le parti del mondo ed'altre infinite materie. Couverture d'origine sur parchemin, sur lequel est écrit à l'encre et à la main le nom de l'auteur, le titre du livre et l'année de publication. Cet exemplaire comprend 306 illustrations en gravures sur bois ainsi que le portrait de l'auteur. Il s'agit d'une édition beaucoup plus élaborée et riche que les précédentes de 1593 et 1611 et probablement de 1613 aussi. Cet ouvrage est considéré comme le cinquième des éditions italiennes. Il s'agit de l'un des premier essais sur l'étude, la reproduction et l'interprétation des symboles en art, politique, histoire, géographie ainsi que les sciences natuelles. Chaque illustration ou xylographie est en fait la représentation d'un concept. Un superbe ouvrage, dans de très bonnes conditions. Complete title: Nova Iconologia di Cesare Ripa Perugino Cavalier de SS. Maurition & Lazzaro Nella quale si descrivono diverse imagini di Virtu, Vitij, Affetti, Passioni humane, Arti, Discipline, Humori, Elementi, Corpi Celesti, Provincie d'Italia, Fiumi, tutte le parti del mondo ed'altre infinite materie. Contemporary cover on parchment with pen-writhe name of author, title of book and year of publication. Includes 306 woodblock illustrations and the portrait of the author. This is a much enlarged and richer edition than previous ones of 1593 and 1611, probably of the 1613 too. It is considered to be the fifth of the italian editions. One of the first essays on the study, reproduction and interpretation of symbols in art, politics, history, geography and natural sciences. Each illustration/xylograph, in fact, represents a concept. A superb copy in really fine conditions.

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        Karte des Rhein-Main-Gebiets (ohne Titel):.

      - Kupferstich v. Georg Keller, 1618, 22 x 31,5 Thieme-Becker, Künstler-Lexikon, Bd. XX, S. 101 f. (Georg Keller war Maler, Radierer u. Kupferstecher in Frankfurt ; lernte vier Jahre bei dem berühmtesten Holzschneider seiner Zeit, Jost Amman in Nürnberg; seit 1595 wieder in Frankfurt, .). - Vgl. auch Hellwig, Franz Hogenberg - Abraham Hogenberg. Geschichtsblätter, Nr. 423. - Karte des Rhein-Neckar-Gebiets mit Plan der neuen Festung Philippsburg im Jahre 1618. - Zeigt das Gebiet Frankenthal, Rastatt, Neckargemünd und Starkenburg (Odenwald). - Die größeren Städte mit kleinen Vogelschauansichten oder Befestigungsanlagen Frankenthal, Oggersheim, Speyer, Landau, Neustadt, Germersheim, Rastatt, Philippsburg, Heidelberg, Ladenburg, Weinheim etc.). - Im Kartenhimmel Erklärungen. - Sehr seltener Frankfurter Einblattdruck (Flugblatt) in tadelloser Erhaltung!

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