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2012-05-26 09:58:54
Böhme Martin
. . I) VD17 23:243795X - vgl. Schrader-H. 206.- Erstmals 1618 erschienen, erlebte das Buch bis zum Beginn des 19. Jahrhunderts viele Auflagen.- Martin Böhme (1552-1619) war Fahnenschmied u. "bestallter Roßarzt" am kurbrandenburgischen Hof.- Die Tafel zeigt ein Aderlaß-Roß, die ganzseitigen Holzschnitte mit Abb. v. chirurgischen Instrumenten für die Veterinärmedizin.- II) VD17 23:243797N (nur 1 Ex. in Wolfenbüttel).- Etw. gebräunt u. tls. braunfleckig, Ebd. etw. fleckig, insges. gutes Exemplar.
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2012-05-24 11:35:14
DADRE (Jean).
Rouen, Crevel, 1618. In-8 de 8 feuillets (préface) + 353 pages + III feuillets (catalogue, approbation, extrait). Nombreux petits bois in-texte en tête de chapitre. Ex-libris Méry de Bellegarde. Beau veau glacé du XVIIIe, dos lisse orné "à la grotesque". Parfait état. Bel exemplaire de l'édition originale, ornée de petits portraits en vignettes gravées sur bois, dédiée à François de Harlay, Archevêque de Rouen, Primat de Normandie. L'auteur, docteur en théologie, chanoine et théologal, était grand pénitencier de l'Eglise de Rouen et zélé partisan des ligueurs. Né à la Perrière (Orne), vers 1550, il mourut en 1617. C'est son neveu, Gilles Dadré qui publia cet ouvrage. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Librairie BERTRAN [ROUEN, France]
2012-05-23 19:57:49
SARDI, Pietro. Theory & practice of fortification - the author's first work
Venice, Barezzo Barezzi for the author. 2 parts in 1 volume, folio. I: [24] + 287 (misnumbered 299) + [1 blank]p + [4]p index; II: 83 + [1 blank]p. Roman & italic letter. Engraved allegorical title to first part incorporating author's bust portrait aged 58, signed Gaspar Rispoldi in tailend margin; 48 large engravings (1 full-page) of which 5 are bound in as 3 extra leaves outside collation (including repeats). 2 engraved and 6 woodcut head-pieces. Ornaments and initials. Large woodcut printer's device on p299. 18th century vellum with gilt-stamped morocco title label on spine. First edition of this comprehensive treatise on the theory and practice of fortification, the first work published by the prolific Roman military writer. Sardi is credited for advocating the construction of extended two-tiered flanks to be protected by orillons, semicircular projections at the shoulder of a bastion intended to cover the guns and defenders on the flank. The author's dedication to four Genoese patrons (Bartolomeo Lomellino, Giovan Domenico Pallavicini, Giacomo Catanio & Giorgio Doria) is dated 24 November 1618. A reprint appeared at Bologna in 1687. Tips of tailend blank corners lightly stained, some occasional light toning, otherwise a very good copy. Breman 260; Cockle 810; Jähns 1098-99; Jordan 3301; Riccardi II, 423. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hünersdorff Rare Books ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2012-05-11 19:09:23
CALVIN, Jean (1509-1564).
Genevae, apud Jacobum Stoer 1618. 8°. [16], 541, [3] Bl. (das letzte leer), [82] Bl. Index). Mit Holzschnitt-Titelvignette und einigen Initialen in Holzschnitt. Pergamentband d. Zt. mit Ueberstehkanten, mit hs. Rückentitel (Vordergelenk am Kopf kurz eingerissen, Ueberstehkante des Hinterdeckels etwas beschädigt). Calvins epochales Hauptwerk, die erste systematische Satzung einer reformierten Kirche, erschien erstmals 1536. Schöner Genfer Druck, eine Neuauflage der endgültigen Fassung von 1559; sie erschien gleichzeitig auch bei Pierre und Jacques Chouët. - Etwas gebräunt, mit Notizen von alter Hand auf dem Vorsatz. - Vgl. Erichson 47 (mit Druckernamen Crispinus); Lex. der theologischen Werke (2003), 399f. - Later Geneva edition of Calvin's epoch-making Institutes of the Christian religion (Basel, 1536), which he had conceived originally as a basic manual of doctrine. Several times revised and rewritten the book took the form of a systematic and comprehensive treatise on dogmatic theology. It became immensely popular throughout Europe and was without doubt the most influential manual issued during the Reformation. - somewhat browned, ms. note on first fly-leaf. - Contemporary vellum with flaps (short tear to upper joint of front cover, flap of back cover somewhat worn). Lang la
Bookseller: Buch + Kunst + hommagerie Sabine Koitka [Basel, Switzerland]
2012-05-06 21:04:11
Vernassal, Francois De; Vazquez, Francisco.
Chez Pierre Rigaud, Lyon, 1618. Primera parte 10hs de preliminares, 404 folios y 8hs( falto del folio 277), Segunda parte 442 folios y 2hs. 11.5cms x 7.5cms. Encuadernacion en pergamino en muy buen estado.2 partes en un volumen, cada parte con portada propia, con grabado xilografico. Pequeñas restauraciones en la portada del primer libro. Ejemplar algo corto de margenes, leve señal de humedad en las ultimas hojas. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Urbe [Ciudad de México, DF, Mexico]
2012-05-04 18:33:43
Sardi Pietro
Venetia: (in fine della prima parte): Venetia, Barezzo Barezzi 1618(1618). [Figurato Architettura Militare] (cm37x25,5) piena pergamena originale semirigida. Tracce di lacci e unghiatura, lievi spellature. -- cc. 14 nn., pp. 299, 1 bianca; pp. 83, 1 bianca. seguono, per aggiunta del legatore, altre 10 pagine bianche originali. Bellissimo frontis inciso in rame da G Grispoldi, allegorie e ritratto dell' autore. Varie testatine in xilografia, 4 delle quali curiosamente raffigurano il volo di Icaro. Il testo contiene in tutto 45 belle incisioni in rame a mezza e a due terzi di pagina. In fine 4 incisioni con figure geometriche. Alcuni bibliografi indicano due figure intercalate nel testo, che ripetono però quelle già nel testo, e così altre, ingenerando confusione nella descrizione della collazione. Errori di numerazione che salta da 64 a 73 e da 144 a 149, ma nulla manca. All' inizio lunga dedica dell' autore a B. Lomellino. Prima edizione molto bella e rara della prima opera stampata dal Sardi, nato a Roma nel 1560 ma del quale si hanno poche notizie; nella lettera dedicatoria l' autore dichiara di aver impiegato 38 anni di studi per questa opera e viaggiato per tutta europa. il suo lavoro approfondisce gli studi del Lorini e dell' Alghisi e destò grande interesse in Europa, tanto che nel 1623 fu più volte tradotto e stampato in tedescoe francese. esemplare molto bello nitido e genuino. *Riccardi II 423; * Autori del 600 1462; *Marini 66; *Manzi 158 n°114; *Cockle 810; *Pollak 52 *Michel Michel Viii 87; *Bm.Stc. italian XVII cent 823.[f61]. Libro. Book Condition: ottimo. Bin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRI ANTICHI E RARI FRANCESCO&CLAUDIA [AREZZO, Italy]
2012-04-26 14:53:57
Lipsio Giusto
presso A. Righettini, Venezia 1618 - pp. (31)-316 8° bellissimo frontespizio riccamente inciso con figure allegoriche entro ovali e due stemmi Esemplare rifilato a margini stretti ma senza alcuna perdita di testo, tagli spruzzati, leggere arrossature in alcune pagine, in ottima conservazione legatura in bazzana coeva, filetti e titolo oro e nervi con due piccole mancanze in cima e piede
Bookseller: Libreria Parolini [Italy]
2012-04-25 16:57:31
BERLICH, Matthias;
Lzg, Henning Groß 1618;. EA; (12) 768 (40) S. mit Holzschnitttitelvignette, großem Holzschnitt auf Titelrückseite und großer Holzschnittdruckermarke am Schluß; Pgt d. Zt. (gering fleckig, Satzspiegel teils gebräunt); EA;. 5. Teil des insgesamt 5 Teile umfassenden, wichtigen und oft aufgelegten juristischen Werkes. Hier in der nahezu unauffindbaren ersten Auflage. Sehr selten.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Hilbert Kadgien
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2012-04-25 15:31:29
Tacitus Cornelius Caius.
appresso i Giunti,, In Venetia, 1618. 4º (cm. 23,5), p. pelle antica con impressioni a secco (abrasioni), tassello al dorso (rovinato); pp. [66], [2 bb.], 544, [2 bb.], 83, [1 b.], 142, [2 bb.], 142 in buono stato, bell'antiporta in rame spesso mancante, front. in rosso e nero con marca giuntina ed altra marca al colophon (G. B. Ciotti), capilettera xilografici; alcuni aloni, qualche strappo senza perdita di carta, segni d'uso, firma coeva all'antiporta e poche annotazioni coeve ai margini. Edizione dal ricchissimo apparato critico. Cfr. Gamba, 2096. Esemplare più che discreto.
Bookseller: Gabriele Maspero Libri Antichi [Como, Italy]
2012-04-25 10:25:10
Bracciolini Francesco
Appresso i Giunti, Firenze 1618 - Legatura primi novecento in mz. pergamena con nervi, angoli, fregio e titolo ms. in nero al ds. Bruniture diffuse, più accentuate sulle prime pagine. Leggiadra prima edizione giuntina in carattere corsivo, la seconda di questo poema, che sarà ristampata dai Giunti nel 1625 e dal Mascardi nel 1626 con l aggiunta di altri sei Canti. 8vo (cm. 20,7), 8 cc.nn., 252 pp., 2 cc.nn. (di cui l ultima bianca).Stampa del testo entro cornice xilografica, fregi e capilettera figurati. Curioso il finalino nell ultima pagina raffigurante un maialino, protagonista del poemetto il Batino. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Ex Libris ALAI-ILAB/LILA member
2012-04-25 10:25:10
BRACCIOLINI Francesco.
Giunti, Firenze 1618 - frontespizio, con lo stemma del Cardinale De' Medici cui l'opera è dedicata da Giammaria Gherardi che ne curò la pubblicazione. Testo entro elegante bordura, numerosi ornamenti xilografati tra cui, curioso, il finalino all'ultima pagina raffigurante un "porcello". Alcune pagine un po' ingiallite. Prima edizione. Solida legatura inizi '700 tutta pergamena, titolo in oro su tassello, tagli spruzzati. Singolare divertissement letterario, il poema volle parodiare la mitologia e le divinità pagane ed è, con la "Secchia rapita" del Tassoni, uno dei più cospicui esempi italiani in questo genere letterario. Cfr. Vinciana, 2885; Olschki, Choix, VIII, 23; Haym, 97, 6. 8vo pp. (16)-252-(2), vecchio restauro ad una parte bianca del
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico La Linea d'Ombra [Italy]
2012-04-23 17:58:00
Salazar de Mendoça, Pedro.
Por Diego Rodriguez de Val,, Toledo, 1618. Bella portada grabada, 3 hojas, 189 folios y hoja de colofón. Encuadernación original en pergamino. Algún defecto mínimo. Palau 286867. Primera edición. Obra muy importante para la historia de las genealogías de la nobleza de Castilla y León.Pedro de Salazar y Mendoza (1549-1629). Nace y muere en Toledo. Era tataranieto del Gran Cardenal Mendoza por via de su tercer hijo Juan Hurtado de Mendoza, casado en segundas nupcias con Inés de Orozco y ambos padres de Úrsula de Mendoza, que se casó con el toledano Pedro de Salazar quienes tuvieron (entre otros) a Fernando de Salazar y Mendoza (hidalgo pobre) el cual se casó con Catalina de Quintanilla y fueron los padres de Pedro. Estas noticias genealógicas las proporciona el propio Pedro, quien fue considerado un experto genealogista además de biógrafo y cronista. Dedicado a la religión por sus pocos bienes, Pedro estudió en Salamanca, fue administrador del Hospital de San Juan y en 1614 canónigo penitenciario de la Catedral de Toledo. Escribió "Crónica del Gran Cardenal de España", "Crónica de los Ponce de León" y "Origen de las Dignidades Seglares de Castilla y León". Fue acusado de "linajudo", es decir de traficar con las ascendencias ajenas (necesarias por ejemplo en los expedientes de limpieza de sangre) alterando linajes y genealogías de acuerdo a sus deseos o al dinero de sus patronos. Pedro fue protector y amigo de El Greco, a quién encargó muchas pinturas para Toledo.
Bookseller: Els Llibres del Tirant [Barcelona, Spain]
2012-04-23 17:58:00
Salazar de Mendoza.
En Toledo, por Diego Rodriguez de Val, 1618. 1 edición. folio.Frontispicio(facsimilado) 3 hojas,189 folios, 1 hoja. Encuadernación en plena piel del s XVIII con ruede cilla en planos,lomo cuajado. ejemplar perfecto en su conservación y encuadernación, salvo el defecto mencionado.
Bookseller: Libreria Pontes [Madrid, Spain]
2012-04-14 09:30:57
Contzen, Adam
Mainz, Albin 1618. 20 cm. (8), 480, (4) Seiten Umschlag - Baader, Albin 299 - Bircher B 764 - NDB III, 346 (lat.) - VD17 39:131281U - Erste deutsche Ausgabe seiner im gleichen Jahr in lateinisch veröffentlichen Polemik "Iubilum Iubilorum, Iubilaeum Evangelicum", die zum Reformationsjubiläum erschien. Darin betont er die Streitigkeiten und Wandlungen im ersten Jahrhundert der Reformation und schildert die Glaubenserneuerung als nationales Unglück. Vorangestellt ist "Ein Klageliedt Wegen deß Uncatholischen newlich angestelten Jubels" mit Musiknoten. Papierbedingt gebräunt, bis S. 100 Feuchtigkeitsrand; Titel, (:)3, Ooo4, Ppp1-2 in Faksimile auf farblich passendem Papier ergänzt. -
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2012-04-03 18:15:44
Selden, John
1618. Selden, John [1584-1654]. The Historie of Tithes, That is, The Practice of Payment of Them. The Positive Laws Made for Them. The Opinions Touching the Right of Them. A Review of It is Also Annext, Which Both Confirmes It and Directs in the Use of It. [London: s.n.], 1618. [vi], xxii, [12], 491, [5] pp. Quarto (5-1/2" x 7-1/2"). Recent period-style calf, blind frames to boards, raised bands and gilt title to spine, endpapers renewed. Light fading to portions of boards, corners lightly bumped. Title page printed in red and black. Toning, some discoloration and light wear to edges of title page and following few leaves, internally clean. A nice copy in a handsome binding. * First edition, variant A. (One of the eight variants, with all points indicated by Sweet & Maxwell). The History of Tithes, which was one of Selden's earliest writings, angered James I and the clergy because it questioned the divine right to impose tithes. Although it was suppressed by the Court of High Commission, the resulting controversy transformed Selden into a figure of national importance. His treatment by the church and state also encouraged his opposition to political absolutism, an idea that informs his later writings. Based on remarks in the dedication and on p. 449, Sweet & Maxwell believe this is not a true first edition. (The presumed earlier edition appears to be a ghost, however.) Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth 1:194-5.
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
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2012-03-02 18:52:45
Bertius Petrus.
circa 1618. Mapa calcográfico de 17,5x 11 cms.blanco y negro.este mapa también publicado por Bertius es una variante del que ofrecemos en nuestra web pero de fecha anterior.La edición a la que pertenece este mapa,el tamaño de la plancha es algo mayor que las anteriores en 0,5 cms y las planchas se regraban por lo que cartelas y decoración son diferentes.texto francés en parte posterior.
Bookseller: Libreria Pontes [Madrid, Spain]
2012-01-30 11:27:05
MAIER, Michael.
4to, 136 [i.e. 138] pages, 1 leaf (blank). Title within engraved border incorporating a portrait of Maier and representations of the seven metals, 7 emblematic engravings in the text. Paper somewhat browned (as usual?), small burnhole in P2 affecting five letters. Eighteenth century mottled calf, spine gilt in compartments (very careful repairs to ends of spine and corners), red morocco label, triple gilt fillet on sides, darker discolouration from old tape repairs on sides. Large armorial bookplate of Charles B. Caldwell, Co. Meath, on front pastedown; also later bookplate, and small stamp of C. Patten.
Bookseller: Nigel Phillips
2011-11-19 12:10:51
HENRION, D
Paris: Michel Daniel, 1618. 1st Edition . Hardcover. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Large 8vo., (4) ff., 1 folding plate, 90 pp., (3) ff.; homemade index in contemporary manuscript on endleaf, followed by 18th-c. ownership inscription. Bound in contemporary marbled calf, gilt spine with raised bands, red morocco title label, covers ruled. Small wormhole repair in gutter margin of initial leaves, affecting partial letters on a few leaves, and into blank margin of plate. Some waterstaining; lower corner of final leaves soiled and worn, corner of endleaf replaced. Very rare first edition of this illustrated work on the proportional compass, probably the first such work published in France, and indisputably the book to popularize use of the instrument in that country. The proportional compass was constructed by Daniel Chorez in 1616, the first known maker of optical instruments in France and an important instrument-maker of the period. It was 16-17 cm. in length and followed the basic design of Galileo's sector, but was a bit simpler, engraved with four scales-Lines of Equal Parts, Planes, Solids and Chords. Drake alleges that the first edition appeared in the author's Mémoires Mathématiques, but he is tentative about it because the only basis is a later statement by the author; Drake has not seen this 1616 edition. According to Itard in DSB, the first edition is 1618. (The NUC also records a 1564 Rouen imprint but Drake considers that this is a transposed date of 1654 or 1644.)* Jean Itard in DSB VI.271-2; Drake, tr., Galileo Galilei, Operations of the Geometric … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2011-11-17 11:56:18
Descartes R(ene).
Guibert 186, 6 - MGG III, 209 - Eitner III, 182.- Vierte lateinische Ausgabe des ersten Werkes des berühmten Philosophen und Begründers der rationalisierten Affektenlehre.- Bereits 1618 geschrieben, aber erst nach dem Tod von Descartes nach einer Abschrift des Mathematikers Isaak Beckmann im Jahr 1650 veröffentlicht.- Leicht gebräunt, tls. etw. fleckig u. leicht wasserrandig, Ebd. etw. berieben.# Fourth Latin edition of the first work of the famous philosopher. Already written in 1618 but published only after the death of Descartes in 1650.- Slightly browned, some slightly stained and slightly waterstaining, binding slightly rubbed.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller [Salzburg, Austria]
2011-10-09 08:45:45
Meteren, Emanuel de.
La Haye., Chez Hillebrant Jacobz. wou., 1618. 35 x 24 cms, Titre gravé, sonnet, portrait de de Meteren, privilege, preface, carte à double page par Bertius ; Nova Germania Inferioris. Nombreuses portraits gravés dans le texte, 6 portraits à plein page, 1-720 feuilles, + vie et la mort de Emanuel de Meteren (vi) p., + indice (34) pages. Veau de l'époque. Coins frottés, le dos manque. Faible aux charniers. La carte renforcée aux marges. En bas de la carte manque un coin de 1 sur 5 cms. Livre usagé. déscription concentré époque 1555-1612. KEYWORDS: Belgium Nederland.
Bookseller: antiquariaat de rijzende zon [Netherlands]
2011-09-01 14:38:15
Thurn von Valsassina, Heinrich Matthias Gf. von, Militär (1567-1640).
O. O. u. D, 1618. 1 S. 4,2:15 cm. Als Oberhaupt der böhmischen Aufständischen, die durch den Prager Fenstersturz 1618 den Staatsstreich gegen den deutschen Kaiser auslösten, wurde Heinrich Matthias Gf. Thurn von Valsassina von Kaiser Ferdinand II. als einer der geistigen Führer des Aufstandes bis zu seinem Tode verfolgt. Nach der Niederlage in der Schlacht am Weißen Berg 1620 nach Siebenbürgen fliehend, verfiel er der kaiserlichen Acht und wurde zum Tod verurteilt. 1629 trat er in die Armee König Gustav Adolfs von Schweden ein, wurde 1633 von Wallenstein gefangengenommen, schon bald aber wieder freigelassen; 1634 wurde er von Königin Christine von Schweden mit der Grafschaft Pernau belehnt. - Rechts neben der U. des Adelsführers findet sich die U. eines Martin Pöltzl (?). - Sehr selten.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2011-03-20 09:48:09
Mantica, Francesco (1534-1614) and Germanico.
Apud Iuntas, Venetiis, 1618. Title continues:" . ex fratre nepote in lucem editae ." - Thick 4to. - (88),504 pp. - Apud Iuntas, venetiis, 1618. - Full vellum, some slight wear, else very good. - Printed in double columns. - Includes a 78-page index (unpaginated). - Title-page printed in red and black, with the printer's device of Giunta (red lily in a richly decorated black frame). - Contains 375 decisions of Cardinal Mantica, from February 1587 through May 1596. [GIUNTA IMPRINT - CATHOLIC CHURCH] - [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Bibliophilia [Tampa, FL, U.S.A.]
2011-02-12 07:52:49
SAULNIER, Jean.
- Paris, Michel Daniel 1618 FIRST EDITION. pp. [viii], 236, [xii]. Roman letter. small woodcut printer's device on t-p repeated in a larger format on recto of last, charming historiated woodcut initials, woodcut and typographical headpieces, fldg. engraved plate of a globe, eighteenth century printed bookseller's label from Rouen on pastedown. Light age yellowing, minor waterstain to lower blank margin in places. A very good, clean copy, in slightly later French speckled calf, large crowned monogram gilt at centers of covers, spine with raised bands richly gilt in compartments, expertly remounted, corners restored, all edges speckled red. Rare first and only edition of this curious astrological work which Saulnier describes in his prefatory epistle, his dedication to Mademoiselle Louise d'Anssienville, as an epitome in imitation of Livy and Valerius Maximus. The work is a description of the globe and heavens so as to better understand divination, in other words a description for the purposes of astrology in the guise of a cosmology. "Nous commencerons par le traictŽ de la Sphere, comme estant la plus necessaire, pour en apres entendre mieux le peu que nous dirons de ce qu'avons promis" The work is divided into three chapters, the first and longest, entitled 'Traicte de L'Astrologie Naturelle' starts with a description of the size of the heavens and then describes the major constellations and the origins of their denomination. He then describes the "Cercles de la shpere" concentrating on the Zodiac and follows with a "Theorie des Planettes" and a description of the natu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB
2010-10-20 11:08:33
Georg Braun (1541-1622) and Frans Hogenberg (1535-1590)
Cologne: 1572-1618 - Frans Hogenberg (1535-1590) “Lugdonum” (Lyon, France) From Civitates orbis terrarum Cologne: 1572-1618 Hand-colored copperplate engraving with beautiful original color Paper size: 16 ½” x 20 1/2" Condition: 4 inch repaired tear in bottom left quadrant with repaired one inch area of paper loss at the bottom of repaired tear at bottom left paper edge; center binding crease has been repaired; discoloration along paper edges, overall in good condition. The views from George Braun and Frans Hogenberg’s landmark Civitates orbis terrarum, completed in Cologne between 1572 and 1618, are among the most beautiful and important images of Renaissance cities. The Civitates was the first extensive series of town views that treated its subject matter in an accurate and meaningful way. Earlier collections of town views were far more limited in scope, and often made no real attempt to render the subject city with any degree of realism being simply a record of the existence of a town. Certainly the striking beauty and accuracy of Braun and Hogenberg’s production was entirely unprecedented. Earlier collections contained no more than a handful of views, usually only of the more important cities, while the Civitates contained literally hundreds of views, including many of smaller towns for which no earlier views are known. Even for the larger, important cities, the Civitates is of the utmost importance to the history of their topography.
Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco
2010-10-19 13:46:18
Böhme Martin
- I) VD17 23:243795X - vgl. Schrader-H. 206.- Erstmals 1618 erschienen, erlebte das Buch bis zum Beginn des 19. Jahrhunderts viele Auflagen.- Martin Böhme (1552-1619) war Fahnenschmied u. "bestallter Roßarzt" am kurbrandenburgischen Hof.- Die Tafel zeigt ein Aderlaß-Roß, die ganzseitigen Holzschnitte mit Abb. v. chirurgischen Instrumenten für die Veterinärmedizin.- II) VD17 23:243797N (nur 1 Ex. in Wolfenbüttel).- Etw. gebräunt u. tls. braunfleckig, Ebd. etw. fleckig, insges. gutes Exemplar.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller
2010-10-08 17:39:54
SELDEN, John
[London]: [s.n], 1618. FIRST EDITION, FOURTH VARIANT. Title page in red and black. Contemporary cambridge binding blind stamped, rebacked, text shows occasional browning; generally an excellent copy. Previous owners signature and old stamp of Aylwin Library on paste down. pencil list of catalogue entries by maggs, rosenthal, parke-bernet, etc. First edition, most likely the fourth variant listed by STC, of this early work of anti-establishmentarianism. "This book shows that the practices of the early church are inconsistent with the view that tithes are payable by divine right" (Marke). While the work was only published after being submitted to the censor, and never expressly denied the doctrine of divine right, it still caused great concern amongst the bishops. This led to the intervention of James I, who called Selden before the privy council to compel a retraction, and to furthermore forbid him to answer or defend his work in any way after its suppression. Selden (1584-1654) was an English jurist and legal antiquary. His earliest patron was the antiquary Sir Robert Bruce Cotton (1570-1631) to whom this work is dedicated. Perhaps due to the controversy of the present work, Selden became very involved in politics, opposing political absolutism. He took part in and instigated the protest on the rights and privileges of the House in 1621, for which he and several others were briefly imprisoned. He was later elected numerous times to Parliament, and played a major role in the impeachment of George Villiers, 1st Duke of Buckingham.
Bookseller: B & L Rootenberg Rare Books & Manuscripts [US]
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2010-08-29 13:30:08
SELDEN, J.
(1618). SELDEN, J. THE HISTORY OF TYTHES. THAT IS, THE PRACTICE OF PAYMENT OF THEM. THE POSITIVE LAWS MADE FOR THEM. THE OPINIONS TOUCHING THE RIGHT OF THEM. A REVIEW OF IT IS ALSO ANNEXT, WHICH BOTH CONFIRMS IT, AND DIRECTS IN THE USE OF IT. [n.p., n. p.] 1618. xxii + [12] pp. contents + 491 pp. + [5] pp. bibliography. Small 4to., calf stamped in blind, spine missing, boards (very rough) through p. ix detached. Ink stamp of W.[illiam?] Musgrave on verso of title page. Red wax affixed to inside front board; title page slightly chipped, foxed. Some pages with foxing, soiling or closed tear and margin chips. As is.
Bookseller: Boston Book Company, Inc. ABAA [Boston, MA, U.S.A.]
2010-05-02 14:31:22
Goltzius, Hubert.
Antwerpiae, Ex Officina Gerardi Wolsschati Sumptibus Iacobi Biaei [Antwerp, Gerard Wolsschat for Jacob Bij (Jacob de Bie], 1618. Antwerpiae, Ex Officina Gerardi Wolsschati Sumptibus Iacobi Biaei [Antwerp, Gerard Wolsschat for Jacob Bij (Jacob de Bie], 1618.. Royal quarto (322 x 214mm). Pp. (vi), 158 (verso blank). Set in double columns and paginated 1-314, skipping one page. Handsome engraved device to title-page; two decorative initials, corner-tip of one leaf neatly restored, minute blemishes elsewhere. Hardcover, bound in contemporary full laced case vellum, spine gilt, small paper restoration to first paste-down, all edges dyed aquamarine. Uniformly browned due to stock quality, else a very good copy. ~ Goltzius (Venlo 1526 - Bruges 1583) sketched the contents of over a thousand collections of coins, developing his drawings into a series of thematic and biographical studies in ancient history. His work laid the groundwork for the systematic study of numismatics. His publishing career began in 1557, with the publication of Vivae Imagines, and ended in 1579, when he published the first edition of the "Thesaurus rei antiquariae Huberrimus". Much of his work, however, was left unpublished, and it was Jacob de Bie of Antwerp who gathered and published it, including the present edition of the "Thesaurus" Lipsius 152. Brunet II, p. 1653. Not in Simoni.
Bookseller: Librarium of The Hague [The Hague, Netherlands]
2010-04-25 09:13:41
Cicero (M. Tullii Ciceronis)
Hamburg: Ex Bibliopolio Frobeniano , 1618. Folio, leaf size 38.0 x 24.5 cm. (Complete in 2 volumes in contemporary blind-impressed vellum). 5 volumes bound in two; Tomus 1-4 and the fifth volume consisting of 10 indexes of Tomus 1-4. In Latin. Engraved title page. The first volume comprises Tomus 1 & 2: (14) + 34pp (CICERONIS HISTORIA) + title page for TOMUS PRIMUS with contents on verso + 255pp + 590pp (including title & contents for TOMUS II). The second volumes comprises TOMUS 3 & 4 and PENU TULLIANUM, DECEM CAELLIS SIVE INDICIBUS EXPROMENS,... 1619 (with engraved title): 417pp + 461pp + (6) + 565pp + (3) Errata. Some tanning in the text, armorial bookplates, some damage to the hinges of the vellum covered boards, but the hinges are still sound and functional in both volumes. There is some loss to the vellum spine covering in the top compartment of the the second volume, as well as a repair to the spine covering at the foot of the second volume. A very good, complete and definitive set. Extra shipping at cost for priority or international orders for this large heavy set.. Full Vellum. Collectible-Very Good. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.
Bookseller: Adams & Adams - Booksellers
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2010-04-16 17:25:16
Hoefnagel, Jacob (Antwerp 1575-ca. 1630)
Prague: Jacob Hoefnagel, 1618. JACOB HOEFNAGEL'S ALLEGORY OF SUMMER. A SYMBOLIC PORTRAIT OF THE HOLY ROMAN EMPEROR RUDOLF II Pen and black ink and gouache heightened with gold on vellum Vellum size: 5 13/16" x 6"; framed size: 15 7/8" x 16 1/4" Inscribed upper center: AESTAS; and lower center: Cum Cancor remeat Phoebus, Leo fervidus urit F. . .a colens in sidere Virginis AESTAS Signed with initials and dated lower center: 1618/JH Provenance: Percy Carew Essex Collection, by 1930; Sotheby Mak van Waay sale (November 26, 1984), Lot 50; Private Collection, Germany. Reference: Thomas DaCosta Kaufman, L'Ecole de Prague - La peinture a la cour de Rudolphe II (Paris, 1985), p 255; idem, The School of Prague - Painting at the Court of Rudolf II [English edition of the above] (Chicago & London, 1988), p 214, cat 10.8. Condition: Repair to tear across the face of the goddess Ceres and to the branches at the right of her head. . Book.
Bookseller: Arader Galleries
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2010-04-10 21:56:21
Lubben, Eilhard
Amsterdam: Philipp II, Duke of Pomarania, 1618. Large engraved wall-map in 12 engraved mapsheets, each sheet approx. 420 x 540mm., in original outline colour. THE RAREST AND MOST IMPORTANT EARLY MAP OF POMERANIA is this majestic twelve sheet wall map published in 1618. It was the work of Professor Eilhard Lubben of Rostock University who had been ordered in 1610 to create the map by Phillipp II, Duke of Pomerania, who wanted a large-scale map that would be a comprehensive geopgraphy and history of the duchy. Professor Lubben spent 1611 and 1612 traveling throughout the country measuring hundreds of angles and distances, but had little geographical information to guide him. The only earlier map of Pomerania was a small work by Peter Artopaus (later used by Munster and Ortelius), though Lubben himself had also mapped the island of Rugen on the Pomaranian coast in 1609. After the map had been completed, the copperplates were decorated with noble arms, a genealogical tree, portraits (including a prominent engraving of Philip II), and forty-six town views (many of these towns are shown here for the first time). It was at last completed in 1618 in the Netherlands by Nicolaes Van Geelkercken, but very few copies were actually printed. Some were presented to the Pomeranian court, but the shortage of paper and the thirty years war prevented the printing of additional copies. Hence, no example from that 1618 printing has survived. Geelkerken's copperplates were discovered in the eighteenth century in Straisund (a town featured in a vignette on the map), and in 1757 the map was re … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries
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2010-03-08 16:41:03
Laurentius Surius
Coloniae Agrippinae [Cologne]: Sumptibus Joannis Kreps & Hermanni Mylii, 1618. 3/4 leather. Very Good. 10 1/2 x 15 inches. Folio. 2 ffep + * (6 leaf quire) + ** (4 leaf quire) + A - Aaa (6 leaf quires) + Bbb1 + 1 rfep. Unobtrusive library plates of Bibl. Prov. Germ. Inferioris. and library stamp of Bibliotheca Con. SS Red. Mar. Hamicolt. Old repair to margin of ffep and engraved title page. Engraved frontispiece of author and engraved title. Dampstaining and age toning and a few small wormholes diminishing from front. A very few marginal notes in contemporary ink, and notes in old ink to ffep. Bound in 19th Century 3/4 calf with marbled boards. Front interior hinge reinforced with Japanese tissue. A very good clean copy of this Carthusian Lives of the Saints for January.
Bookseller: St. Wulfstan's Books [U.S.A.]
2009-11-13 22:04:28
David,Joannes [Jan] (1545?-1613)
Antwerp: ex Officina Plantiniana, Apud Balthasarem et Ioannem Moretos fratres, 1618. Hardcover. Very Good. Two engraved titlepages & 102 full-page engraved emblem plates, the first in each part signed by by Theodor. Galle. Two Parts in one Volume, octavo contemporary calf (repaired and rebacked with fragments of original gilt spine laid on) ink and pencil ownership names on front endpapers and another small inked out at foot of title. Engraved titlepage +[14] +212pp +[4]pp (last blank) with 1 preliminary + 50 numbered full page engraved plates; 2nd engraved titlepage +[14] +213pp +[4]pp (last blank) again with 1 preliminary + 50 numbered full page engraved plates. All plates with captions in Latin, Dutch & French. Endpapers browned, 1st engraved title very slightly chipped at fore-edge, a few small marginal tears without loss, otherwise beautifully clean throughout with the two complete sets of 51 plates interleaved in the text following each engraved titlepage. *Rare complete edition (the 2 parts are often found separately) of this emblem book by the Jesuit Jan David (De Backer/Sommervogel II 1847-48 nr.10, BCNI 6514).
Bookseller: Abbey Antiquarian Books [Blockley, GLOS, United Kingdom]
2009-11-09 00:38:50
Georg Braun (1541-1622) and Frans Hogenberg (1535-1590)
Cologne: 1572-1618 - A detailed hand colored engraved map by Braun and Hogenberg. Overall fair condition with dimensions of 22"x16". Foxing and staining throughout, severe creasing and evidence of many repairs.
Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco
2009-02-18 19:17:36
MASSARIA ALESSANDRO.
apud Bertolottum,, Venetiis, 1618. Cm. 32, pp. (28) 51 (5); 499 (1); 48. Grandi marchi tipografici ai frontespizi. Legatura settecentesca in mezza pergamena e piatti in carta dipinta. Parte del dorso ben reintegrata e un tarletto alle ultime carte, peraltro ottima copia. Edizione che segue di pochi anni l'originale (1601) ed al quale è aggiunto per la prima volta (con autonomo frontespizio) il testo "Responsorum." apparso separatamente nel 1613. Ampio trattato, diviso in undici capitoli, in cui il celebre vicentino espone tutte le sue teorie in tema di pratica medica. Traspare il grande rispetto verso la dottrina di Galeno che il Massaria non abbandonò mai tanto da fargli affermare ".si che stimava aver torto con lui, che aver ragione coi moderni". Nel volume è curiosamente legata anche un'edizione senza note tipografiche della celebre opera del Massaria: "De peste". Cfr. De Renzi III, 506-7. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
2009-02-02 04:14:00
VIALARDI, FRANCESCO MARIA]
Paris, Robert Boutonné, 1618. Petit in-12, plein vélin de l'époque, [40]-374 pp. (pagination des rectos seuls; autrement dit, l'ouvrage comporte plus de 700 pp.) Seconde et dernière édition (la 1ère date de 1604) de la traduction française de ce recueil facétieux paru en Italie en 1603. Il y est question de la meilleure "manière d'espargner", autrement dit de pratiquer l'avarice, y compris en ce qui concerne le boire et le manger: ne pas trop manger, réfréner son appétit, manger de l'ail, acheter du poisson pas frais afin qu'il soit moins cher, etc. La Compagnie avait choisi comme symbole l'alêne (outil de coordonnier), en italien "lesina" Page de titre ornée d'une vignette gravée sur cuivre par L.Gaultier Vicaire 197 Ex-libris manuscrit ancien. Bel exemplaire
Bookseller: Librairie Gastéréa [Lausanne, Switzerland]
2008-12-08 12:44:04
GARCIA HISPANO, Nicolao
Genevae: Apud Philippum Albertum, 1618.- 2 Vols. (4 h., 679 p.; 56 h., 441 p.); in Folio; portada del tomo 1º a 2 tintas y con escudo grabado en madera; Pergamino flexible época.- En general muy buen estado, solamente algunas mínimas faltas de papel en los márgenes de la portada del tomo 1º y 2 pequeñas perforacionesen el ángulo superior externo de 2 hojas (647-48 y 649-50) que tocan un poco al texto. Tambien tiene alguna mínima perforación de polilla casi inapreciable en algunas hojas, pero siempre en los mágenes sin que afecte al texto. En algunas hojas las tintas han oscurecido un poca el papel. A PESAR DE LO DESCRITO, LA OBRA SE ENCUENTRA EN MUY BUEN ESTADO. Palau nº 98131. Libro en español DERECHO ESPAÑOL DE LOS SIGLOS XVI Y XVII [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Miguel Miranda, AILA ILAB [Lope de Vega n.º XIX, Madrid, M, Spain]
2008-12-05 05:42:45
Goltzius, Hubert.
Antwerpiae, Ex Officina Gerardi Wolsschati Sumptibus Iacobi Biaei [Antwerp, Gerard Wolsschat for Jacob Bij (Jacob de Bie], 1618.. Royal quarto (322 x 214mm). Pp. (vi), 158 (verso blank). Set in double columns and paginated 1-314, skipping one page. Handsome engraved device to title-page; two decorative initials, corner-tip of one leaf neatly restored, minute blemishes elsewhere. Hardcover, bound in contemporary full laced case vellum, spine gilt, small paper restoration to first paste-down, all edges dyed aquamarine. Uniformly browned due to stock quality, else a very good copy. ~ Goltzius (Venlo 1526 - Bruges 1583) sketched the contents of over a thousand collections of coins, developing his drawings into a series of thematic and biographical studies in ancient history. His work laid the groundwork for the systematic study of numismatics. His publishing career began in 1557, with the publication of Vivae Imagines, and ended in 1579, when he published the first edition of the "Thesaurus rei antiquariae Huberrimus". Much of his work, however, was left unpublished, and it was Jacob de Bie of Antwerp who gathered and published it, including the present edition of the "Thesaurus..." Lipsius 152. Brunet II, p. 1653. Not in Simoni..
Bookseller: Librarium of The Hague
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2008-12-04 10:46:11
Dodonæus, Rembertus:
Leiden 1618. Folio. Modern full calf with brown leather label, raised bands. Engraved title. Illustrated with numerous woodcuts.. .
Bookseller: Ruuds Antikvariat [NO]
2008-10-15 14:02:22
Schouten, Willem:
Paris: Chez M. Gobert, 1618.. [13],232pp. plus four folding maps and four folding plates. Contemporary vellum, manuscript title on backstrip. "E" signature supplied from another copy. Quite clean and neat internally. A lovely, near fine copy. In a half morocco and cloth box. Famed philosopher John Locke's copy, with his ink ownership inscription on the front pastedown. In front of his signature Locke has made the notation "b" which, according to THE LIBRARY OF JOHN LOCKE by Harrison and Laslett, was an inventory mark put into books in or about 1697 and not to be found in any books acquired after that date. Locke has noted at the foot of the titlepage that this is a duplicate copy. The rare first Paris edition. Undertaken in 1615 and lasting until 1617, this important expedition was the third complete circumnavigation, after Magellan in 1519 and Drake in 1577. The expedition was the first to round Cape Horn from the east, naming the Cape after the Dutch town of Hoorn, whose aggressive traders sponsored the voyage. In addition, the expedition explored the Pacific coast of South America, pursued the search for Terra Australis, and proved that Tierra del Fuego was not an island. Principle among the merchant benefactors of Hoorn was Isaac Le Maire, whose son, Jacob Le Maire, was charged as the director of the enterprise, and for whom the Le Maire strait is named. "Partly inspired by Quiros and motivated by Dutch trading zeal, this [voyage] was the essential precursor to Tasman's voyage; indeed Tasman made great use of Le Maire's mapping of the ocean. The Le Maire voy … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
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2008-08-07 14:01:20
Gómez de Sandoval y Rojas, Francisco, Herzog von Lerma (1552/3-1623/5).
O. O., 11. VIII. 1616 oder 1618. 1 S. auf Doppelblatt. Folio. Lt. alter Antiquariatsbeschreibung an Graf Khevenhüller. - Der Enkel des Jesuitengenerals Francisco de Borja diente Philipp III. von Spanien als Minister und galt am spanischen Hof als "Kardinalmacher". "Bis auf eine Ausnahme waren alle in dieser Zeit ernannten spanische Kardinäle mit dem Duque de Lerma entweder verwandt oder waren ihm auf andere Weise eng verbunden" (Wikipedia). 1618 wurde er selbst Kardinal. Nach Jahren der nahezu unbeschränkten Macht über den König - so hatte er diesem u. a. verboten mit seiner Gattin Margarethe über Staatsangelegenheiten zu reden - seiner Stellung schließlich beraubt, zog er sich auf seine Güter zurück, wurde von den neuen Machthabern zur Rückzahlung einer hohen Geldsumme verurteilt und verstarb wenig später. - Sehr selten.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2008-07-10 22:25:36
Guarini Battista
Appresso Gio Battista Bidelli, Milano, 1618. Collation,two volumes bound in one, 69+69pp. Bound in later quarter linen, with marble boards, gilt title lettering and lines. Boards lightly rubbed on edges, binding in very good clean solid condition. Internally, pages in very good clean condition throughout. A very good copy.A45 Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall
Bookseller: George Jeffery Books [HERTFORDSHIRE, United Kingdom]
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