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2018-06-25 14:56:26
GALILEI Galileo (1564-1642)] ? GUIDUCCI Mario (1585-1646)
PIETRO CECCONCELLI, ALLE STELLE MEDICEE. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena rigida ricollocata sul volume; autore e titolo brevi in oro su tassello al dorso; guardie sostituite. 4 pagine non numerate, compreso frontespizio con titolo e ampia illustrazione silografica a carattere astronomico raffigurante le stelle Medicee; le pagine 3 e 4 di dedica dell'opera a Leopoldo Arciduca d'Austria; 54 pagine numerate; mancanza dell'ultima carta, bianca. All'interno, due diagrammi silografati. Prima rarissima edizione di questo importante testo preliminare sulle comete. L'opera, anche se compare con autore Mario Guiducci, suo allievo ed assistente, è in realtà di Galileo stesso, che usò il nome dell'allievo per evitare di incorrere nei rigori dell'Inquisizione dopo l'ammonimento del 1616. Inoltre, è sopravvissuto il manoscritto originale redatto per mano di Galileo. Il testo è una celata risposta all'attacco subito dal gesuita Orazio Grassi nel suo "De Tribus Cometis Anni 1618 Disputatio Astronomica", pubblicato lo stesso anno; nel trattato di Grassi, che costituisce il rendiconto di un’assemblea di gesuiti tenutasi proprio al Collegio e che rimane ancorata ai precetti della filosofia tolemaica, si sostiene che le comete siano corpi celesti privi di luce ed orbitanti su traiettorie predefinite tra Terra e cielo della Luna. Grassi, inoltre, attacca la possibile utilità del cannocchiale galileiano, di cui mette addirittura in dubbio la reale capacità di ingrandire le immagini a distanza. Con la pubblicazione del testo in esame, Galileo avvia la lunga diatriba con alcuni astronomi gesuiti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Il Cartiglio [TORINO, TO, Italy]
2018-06-12 06:20:21
Mercuriale Girolamo
Apud Hieronymum Tamburinum, 1619. In 2° (32,3x22,5 cm); (8), 830, (26) pp. Legatura coeva in piena pelle scura con titolo, filetti e fregi in oro ai tasselli. Dorso a 4 nervi. Qualche lieve strofinatura. Tagli spruzzati in rosso. Frontespizio in rosso e nero. Antica ex-libris privato al recto del dorso con nota al margine alto con nome del venditore, prezzo e data (1847), che identifica l'esemplare come appartenuto a "Joannis Casali" di Forlì, probabilmente il Giovanni Casali compilatore di una celebre guida ottocentesca di Forlì. Sempre al recto del piatto anteriore, altro ex-libris settecentesco che identifica l'esemplare come appartenuto alla contessa "De Ferrari"Al frontespizio piccolo timbro ex-libris nobiliare privato seicentesco che identifica l'esemplare come appartenuto a Filippo Guardi. Esemplare in buone-ottime condizioni di conservazione. Prima non comune edizione del celebre commento del grande medico e filosofo, Girolamo Mercuriale o Mercuriali (Forlì, 30 settembre 1530 - Forlì, 8 novembre 1606) all'opera di Ippocrate. Mercuriale è famoso per aver per primo teorizzato l'importanza della ginnastica su base medica. Importante anche il suo contributo per la pediatria (fu tra i primissimi a scrivere opere su questa materia) e in dermatologia. Mercuriale conseguì la laurea in medicina presso l'Università di Bologna nel 1555. Ottenuta in breve grande fama per le sue capacità mediche venne inviato dai suoi concittadini, insieme al cardinale Farnese, come legato presso la corte papale. Fu professore a Bologna e Padova. A Pisa divenne primo medico di Ferdinando I de Me … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio bibliografico Zanfrognini Antonio [IT]
2018-06-11 21:40:07
VARGAS MACHUCA, Bernardo de
Madrid, por Diego Flamenco, 1619. 8º menor (13,7 x 9,2 cm.) 16 h. inc. port., escudo y grabado en madera, 200 h. fol., al vuelto de la última el colofón. Con 8 h. grabadas en madera, con la representación de los frenos, a toda plana entre los fols. 9 y 10. Pergamino de época, rotulación original en lomo. Primera edición, muy rara, de este famoso libro de equitación. Uños años antes, en 1600, Vargas Machuca publicó “Libro de exercicios de la Gineta”. Son obras distintas aunque compartan algunos contenidos. El tratado de Vargas Machuca está considerado como uno de los mejores textos sobre equitación aparecidos en la España de los siglos XVI y XVII. Aparte de exponer el arte de la jineta con sus ejercicios, se ocupa de las condiciones del caballo e incluye un resumen de albeitería. Se encuentran numerosas referencias a su admiración por corceles y jinetes americanos, llegando a hablar de una específica “jineta de las Indias”, escuela de andar a caballo con características muy propias. Fol 5 v: “El caballo de las indias no se tiene por viejo.” En el fol. 155 dice: “Pudiera poner aqui algunas suertes de tirar bohordos, y sobretodo das una q los Indios Moscas usan, con un palo que llaman Quique.” Preliminares y primeras hojas de texto sucias y con daños en la esquina iferior derecha, con injertos. Palau, 352448; Salvá, 2075. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Delirium Books · Susana Bardón [Madrid, Spain]
2018-05-29 06:11:14
Bacon, Francis, English philosopher, statesman, and scientist (1561-1626).
Gorhambury, 3. VIII. 1619. Folio. 1 page. With integral address leaf. Letter signed and subscribed ("assured/ fr. verulam Canc[ellarius]"), as Baron Verulam and Lord Chancellor, to Lord Zouch, Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports, notifying him of a forthcoming legal case affecting his prerogative: "There are protest gone out at Mr Attorney Generalls prayer against Hugh Hugginson and Josias Ente concerning the busines against the Dutchmen in Starchamber. Out of a desire to extened the ancient priviledges and customes due to your place not to serve such protest within your jurisdiction without your leave and contente, I have thought it good hereby to desire your Lordship for his Majesties service, that you would cause them forthwith to be sent papers to answer Mr Attorneys Bill and abide such further proceedings as their case shall require". - Written in a secretarial hand, with the place, date and closing in an italic hand, as is Bacon's signature and subscription; contemporary endorsement. - From the Spiro Family Collection (Christie's, London, 3 December 2003, lot 59). Printed by Spedding; two other manuscript sources (although not our original) are listed by the online CELL calendar, The Correspondence of Francis Bacon. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2018-05-15 05:12:10
Enea, Vico [Parmigiano].
Pariggi [Paris], Maceo Ruette, 1619. Royal octavo (230 x 170mm). Pp. 112, (16). Woodcut head- and tail-pieces, many illustrated initials. Hardcover, bound in full pale calf, rebacked, panelled sides roll-tooled in blind, floral corner-pieces, rubbed and chafed in places, spine with raised bands, endpapers bit creased, few brown spots. A very good copy in fine internal condition. - - Lipsius p. 422. Cf. Cicognara 3054, listing the first edition of 1555. Vico Enea (1523-1567). A native of Parma, he worked mostly in Florence. Published "Augustarum imagines aereis formis expressae". Provenance: The Samuel Weare Gardiner´s (1821-1866) copy(?), with the armorial bookplate bearing the motto of the Order of the Garter "Honi soit qui mal y pense" ("Shame upon him who thinks evil of it"), mounted onto first pastedown; and with the heraldic bookplate of the Deene Library, "En grace affie" ("On grace depend"), mounted onto verso of title-page. Both plates, finely engraved on copper, are of particular charm. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Numismatics coin coins mint money currency token piece penning Penningkunde numismatiek munt munten monnayer münzen prägen acunar battere medal médaille Medaillen Geldwesen Roman Empire
Bookseller: Librarium of The Hague [Niederlande]
2018-05-15 05:10:51
Enea, Vico [Parmigiano].
Pariggi [Paris], Maceo Ruette, 1619. Royal octavo (230 x 170mm). Pp. 112, (16). Woodcut head- and tail-pieces, many illustrated initials. Hardcover, bound in full pale calf, rebacked, panelled sides roll-tooled in blind, floral corner-pieces, rubbed and chafed in places, spine with raised bands, endpapers bit creased, few brown spots. A very good copy in fine internal condition. - - Lipsius p. 422. Cf. Cicognara 3054, listing the first edition of 1555. Vico Enea (1523-1567). A native of Parma, he worked mostly in Florence. Published "Augustarum imagines aereis formis expressae". Provenance: The Samuel Weare Gardiner´s (1821-1866) copy(?), with the armorial bookplate bearing the motto of the Order of the Garter "Honi soit qui mal y pense" ("Shame upon him who thinks evil of it"), mounted onto first pastedown; and with the heraldic bookplate of the Deene Library, "En grace affie" ("On grace depend"), mounted onto verso of title-page. Both plates, finely engraved on copper, are of particular charm. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Numismatics coin coins mint money currency token piece penning Penningkunde numismatiek munt munten monnayer münzen prägen acunar battere medal médaille Medaillen Geldwesen Roman Empire
Bookseller: Librarium of The Hague [Niederlande]
2018-05-14 03:43:01
Gonzalez, Domingo
Naples: Constantino Vitale, 1619. Second Edition. Vellum. Very good. 4to. 55,(1)pp. Orig. limp vellum with the gilt arms of the dedicatee, Dona Antonia Giron, on both covers; the same arms appear as a large woodcut on the title page. Vellum somewhat worn & soiled, some scattered marginal foxing and stains. The very rare second edition of this report of the martyrdom of missionaries in Japan. The first printing was 1618, a superlatively rare Philippine imprint. Not in the Tenri Library Catalog which does have the 1618 edition and the 1621 Italian translation from the original Spanish. See Tenri p. 102 (2-6) and second section p. 75. Our edition of 1619 is not recorded in OCLC.
Bookseller: Kenneth Karmiole, Bookseller, Inc. ABAA [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2018-05-12 13:49:57
KEPLER, Johannes
Johannes Plank, Linz, 1619. First edition, very rare and with an exceptional royal provenance, of Kepler's Ephemerides for the years 1617-1620. These were the first tables of astronomical data calculated by Kepler on the basis of the new celestial mechanics he had published in Astronomia nova (1609), and also the first calculated using logarithms, preceding by a decade the Tabulae Rudolphinae (1627). The accuracy and reliability of Kepler's ephemerides greatly surpassed those of other ephemerides of the time; as a result, the Copernican doctrine gained in esteem, and it was more and more accepted that it was not just a new and useful mathematical hypothesis, but a reflection of reality. In his important introductions to the tables, Kepler discusses sunspots (including his claim to have been the first of the century to observe them), his lunar theory, the application of logarithms (the ephemeris of 1620 is dedicated to their inventor, Napier), the camera obscura (which for Kepler was of great importance to astronomy), the final chapter in Kepler's relations with the friend-turned-critic David Fabricius, and many other topics of the greatest interest in the history of science. "Already in 1609, at the time his Astronomia nova appeared, Kepler had formulated the plan of publishing ephemerides giving daily positions of the Sun, Moon, and planets for eighty years, beginning in 1582 with Tycho's first systematic observations of the planets; the calculated positions would be derived from Tycho's observations and from the new celestial physics that Kepler had developed in the cours … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SOPHIA RARE BOOKS [Koebenhavn V, Denmark]
2018-05-04 06:32:14
Ovid; Merian, Matthaeus
Theod. de Bry. Francofurti, 1619. 12mo, later reback over contemporary calf boards, [22], 351 pp. With fifteen engraved plates and an engraved frontispiece, sixteen engravings in total, including the medallion portrait of Ovid. Rubbed bookplate to front pastedown. A well preserved copy overall, very good minus with some dampstaining to the first portion of pages to about page 20. Contents otherwise bright with striking illustrations by Matthhaeus Merian, attributed per OCLC. Boards rubbed at extremites. OCLC 13940828 (et al), locating ten copies across multiple entries. Please contact us for additional pictures or information. Very Good. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Auger Down Books [U.S.A.]
2018-04-21 01:44:21
Gonzalez, Domingo
Naples: Constantino Vitale, 1619. Second Edition. Vellum. Very good. 4to. 55,(1)pp. Orig. limp vellum with the gilt arms of the dedicatee, Dona Antonia Giron, on both covers; the same arms appear as a large woodcut on the title page. Vellum somewhat worn & soiled, some scattered marginal foxing and stains. The very rare second edition of this report of the martyrdom of missionaries in Japan. The first printing was 1618, a superlatively rare Philippine imprint. Not in the Tenri Library Catalog which does have the 1618 edition and the 1621 Italian translation from the original Spanish. See Tenri p. 102 (2-6) and second section p. 75. Our edition of 1619 is not recorded in OCLC.
Bookseller: Kenneth Karmiole, Bookseller, Inc. [U.S.A.]
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2018-04-16 12:50:06
Crotus Rubianus, Ulrich von Hutten u.a.
Londini , apud Editorem / Coloniae, 1619 12°, gefalt. Kupfertit., 742 S.(ab 574 25 S. falsch pag., ebenso die letzten 6 Bl.)., 11gest. Portr.-Taf. , Pgt. d. Zt. mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel, Exlibris a. Vors., Papier etwas gebräunt, einige wenige Marginalien von alter Hand. VD17 23:240026H; - Nachdruck der 1518 bei Quentell ersch. Ausg. der «Dunkelmännerbriefe» dem literarischen Ergebnis des Pfefferkorn-Reuchlin`schen Streites. einer Satire gegen die spätscholastische Wissenschaft u. Theologie. «Heute gilt der erste Teil in der Hauptsache als das Werk des Erfurter Humanisten Crotus Rubeanus. außer ihm waren Hermann von dem Busche u. Ulrich von Hutten beteiligt...» (KLL II. 2215). Der 3. Tl. dieser Ausg. enth. mehrere Briefe. die früheren Ausg. fehlen. auch die «Lamentationes» sind vermehrt. Portraits von: Strausfelderus. Petrus Hasenfusius de Hasenburg. Johanned Krabacius. Johannes Stablerus. Nicolaus Luminator. Arnoldus de Thungaris. Matheus Fink a. Finkenherd. Jodocus Satorius. Johannes Kalb. Frater Nollerus und Erasmus Roterodamus. Versand D: 20,00 EUR Alte Drucke - nach 1550
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Petrej [Switzerland]
2018-04-05 07:22:37
ARIOSTO,LUDOVICO [1474-1533].
In Venetia,: appresso Pietro Farri(1619,). cerniere per circa 4 cm., dorso comunque presente senza mancanze. Il volume è stato rifilato e nelle ultime 50 carte ci sono lievi mancanze.cm.14,5x21, pp.340, numerose xilografie figurate anche a piena pagina, legatura ottocentesca in mezza pelle, tassello, frefi e titolo al dorso. Strappo ad ambedue
Bookseller: Libreria Chiari [Firenze (FI), ITALY]
2018-04-03 06:20:03
LOYOLA (Ignacio de)
Paris, Jean Foüet, 1619. 1 vol. petit in-12, parchemin souple, titre écrit à la plume au dos. Reliure de l'époque, lacets. Cachet des carmélites d'Orléans sur la garde blanche. Agréable exemplaire. Titre orné d'une vignette gravée à l'eau-forte représentant le portrait d'Ignace de Loyola, (8) ff., 407 pp., (8) pp. Signatures : at8 [A-R]12 S4. Quelques mouillures marginales, rousseurs éparses. Troisième édition française, rare, de l'un des textes majeurs de la spiritualité espagnole de la Renaissance. Les Exercices spirituels, qui sont un ensemble de méditations sur les Evangiles, marquèrent fortement la spiritualité européenne et furent traduits dans toutes les langues. Le fondateur de la Compagnie de Jésus avait publié son ouvrage en espagnol en 1548. La traduction française du P. Jennesseau avait été imprimée à Lille en 1614. Une seconde édition avait été imprimée à Paris en février 1619. Dans l'édition de Jean Foüet, imprimée le 24 avril 1619, le traducteur a fait plusieurs changements assez considérables dans l'ordre et l'arrangement. Le privilège était partagé avec Sébastien Huré. On trouve également cette édition à l'adresse de ce dernier. Par ailleurs, cette édition est la première à contenir La Guide pour ceux qui font faire lesdits Exercices. Somervogel V, 69.
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne J.-Marc Dechaud [France, Crissay-sur-Manse]
2018-03-28 07:27:39
Mercuriale Girolamo,
Apud Hieronymum Tamburinum,, Bononiae, 1619. In 2° (32,3x22,5 cm); (8), 830, (26) pp. Legatura coeva in piena pelle scura con titolo, filetti e fregi in oro ai tasselli. Dorso a 4 nervi. Qualche lieve strofinatura. Tagli spruzzati in rosso. Frontespizio in rosso e nero. Antica ex-libris privato al recto del dorso con nota al margine alto con nome del venditore, prezzo e data (1847), che identifica l’esemplare come appartenuto a "Joannis Casali" di Forlì, probabilmente il Giovanni Casali compilatore di una celebre guida ottocentesca di Forlì. Sempre al recto del piatto anteriore, altro ex-libris settecentesco che identifica l’esemplare come appartenuto alla contessa "De Ferrari"Al frontespizio piccolo timbro ex-libris nobiliare privato seicentesco che identifica l’esemplare come appartenuto a Filippo Guardi. Esemplare in buone-ottime condizioni di conservazione. Prima non comune edizione del celebre commento del grande medico e filosofo, Girolamo Mercuriale o Mercuriali (Forlì, 30 settembre 1530 – Forlì, 8 novembre 1606) all’opera di Ippocrate. Mercuriale è famoso per aver per primo teorizzato l’importanza della ginnastica su base medica. Importante anche il suo contributo per la pediatria (fu tra i primissimi a scrivere opere su questa materia) e in dermatologia. Mercuriale conseguì la laurea in medicina presso l’Università di Bologna nel 1555. Ottenuta in breve grande fama per le sue capacità mediche venne inviato dai suoi concittadini, insieme al cardinale Farnese, come legato presso la corte papale. Fu professore a Bologna e Padova. A Pisa divenne primo medico di Ferdina … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Antonio Zanfrognini [Modena, Italy]
2018-03-26 16:44:39
BIBLIA ARABICA & LATINA.
Typographia Medicea, Rome, 1619. (345 x 225 mm), [4], 9-462 pp., [1], title in red and black, woodcut illustrations, Arabic & Latin text within borders, gilt lettering on spine, copy in very good condition. Rare 1619 reissue or Titelauflage of the original 1591 stock of the Arabic-Latin Medicean Gospels, with preliminary leaves to make up for the never published first eight pages of the original edition. After the title page, the editor J. A. Rodolus in a dedication to Cardinal Madrutius quite brazenly declares the work with corrections. A third leaf bears the portrait of the Cardinal, and leaf 4 repeats the impressum of 1591, also printed at the end of the work. The Arabic text is printed with Granjon’s famous large font, the catchwords are in the small arabic (Avicenna Arabic). The text lines are almost identical with those of the Arabic issue, but now have an interlinear Latin version added, which was prepared by Antonius Sionita. As in the Arabic version, the pagination is in Arabic numerals on top, and European at the bottom, but the running titles (head-lines) with the names of the Evangelists are in typeset Arabic, with Latin underneath, whereas in the Arabic issue these names featured in woodcut. Between 1590 and 1595 seven Arabic texts were published for the first time by Typographia Medicea in Rome under the direction of Giovani Battista Raimondi (c. 1536-1614). The first publication in 1590 and 1591 was the Gospels in an unidentified Arabic version with the woodcut illustrations of the life of Christ designed by the Florentine painter Antonio Tempesta in two diff … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: FOLIOS LIMITED [London, United Kingdom]
2018-03-26 06:31:50
de Montenay, Georgette [French author of Emblemes ou devises chrestiennes, published in Lyon between 1567 and 1571. Montenay has always been regarded as a lady-in-waiting to Jeanne d'Albret, the Protestant Queen of Navarre, partly because she dedicated her work to the Queen. An intriguing aspect of Montenay's Calvinist life is that she was married in 1562 to Guyon de Gout, a devout Catholic]. Pierre Woeiriot de Bouzey (1532-1596?) was a French engraver, goldsmith, painter, sculptor and medallist.
Imprimes es frays de lean Charles Vnckel Libraire a Francfort au Mayn 1619. Contemporary vellum covers. 8vo. 7¼'' x 4¾''. Contains illustrated title, 447 pp, frontiespiece of Georgette de Montenay (1567) by Pierre Woeiriot. The Prefatory and Back Matter are reproduced from a copy in the Bodleian Library by Alison Adams. Georgette de Montenay's work occupies a particularly important position in the history of emblems: firstly, of course, it was written by a woman, and secondly that woman was a member of the Reformed (Calvinist) faith. Indeed Montenay claims that her book gives us the first Christian emblems ('.je croy estre premier chrestiens'). This claim needs to be taken in the context of Montenay's position among Protestants, who at this period, had undergone some kind of personal conversion, 'Renez par l'Evangile'. Earlier emblematic works are of course also Christian, often very overtly so, if not in quite the same way (e.g. Claude Paradin's Devises heroiques (Lyons:, 1551; 1557). Nevertheless, Montenay's Emblemes mark the beginning of the systematic exploitation of emblems for religious propaganda. It is also the first emblem book to use incised engravings (by Pierre Woeiriot) rather than woodcuts for the picturae. It is distinctive for the way in which it calls on the reader to recognise and often complete biblical allusions, both verbal and visual. This edition of 1619 printed in Frankfurt in which, although French resumes its position beneath the pictura, a second Latin version is added, as well as versions in Spanish, Italian, German, English and Dutch (a differen … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Little Stour Books PBFA Member [Canterbury, United Kingdom]
2018-03-16 15:19:13
OVIDE
Traduites en prose franoise, et de nouveau soigneusement revues, corriges en infinis endroits, et enrichies de figures chacune Fable. Avec XV Discours contenans l'explication morale et historique... chez la Ve. Abel l'Angelier, Paris, 1619. In-4 gr. (mm. 362x240), p. pelle bazana mod., dorso a cordoni con filetti e tit. oro su tassello, 10 cc.nn. (incluso il bellissimo frontespizio figur. inciso), 466,(12);54;212 pp.num.; al verso della dedica al Re, bel ritratto di Ovidio inc. in rame; ornato da 3 pregevoli testatine e grandi iniz. figur. a vignetta e 1 finale, pure inc. in rame (all'inizio del vol.); i restanti fregi e capilett. sono silografati.I XV libri delle Metamorfosi raccolgono 199 favole, magnificamente illustrate da 136 grandi vignette inc. in rame. Questa ediz. contiene inoltre: "Le iugement de Paris" (con proprio frontesp., datato 1618), e con 1 tav. a p. pag. - "Les abeilles", Mtamorphose traduitte du IIII livre des Gorgiques de Virgile, con 1 vignetta - "XV Discours sur les Mtamorphoses d'Ovide", contenans l'explication morale des fables (con proprio frontesp. datato 1618) - "Epistres" traduittes d'Ovide. Avec quelques autres traictez de divers suiet."Prima ediz. della traduzione in prosa di Nic. Renouard".Cfr. Brunet,IV,285: "On a vu longtemps figurer dans les bibliothques la traduction des Mtamorphoses par Renouard, qui mrite d'etre cite cause des figures dont elle est orne. Il y en a au moins trois ditions in-fol. faites Paris: la premire pour la Ve. l'Angelier, 1619; la seconde pour Billaine, 1637; et la troisime pour Courb, 1651". Nel ns. esemp … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas [Italy]
2018-03-09 02:52:14
CASTELLANI, Giovanni Maria.
In Viterbo: Nella stampa di Pietro, & Agostino Discepoli, 1619. FIRST EDITION IN ITALIAN of Castellani's treatise on phlebotomy and cupping, the second part occupying pp. 27 to the end. The woodcut plates at the end show the various shapes of cups and the method of holding the bleeding knife. The dedication, by the translator, is to the college of barbers in Rome. The first edition, in Latin, of the previous year appears to be extremely rare. Castellani was physician to Pope Gregory XV and professor of anatomy and surgery at Rome for practically his entire working life.4to, 44 pages + 2 leaves with 3 full-page woodcuts each comprised of several figures (A-F4). Printed within ruled border throughout with printed marginal notes in the fore-edge margins (slightly shaved on 5 or 6 leaves). Ruled border at foot of last two leaves cropped. Twentieth-century vellum.
Bookseller: Nigel Phillips [United Kingdom]
2018-03-08 10:34:13
Church of England
Christopher Barker, London. Large 8vo 9" - 10" tall; 1619 Christopher Barker & Companie of Stationers; London. Woodcut initials, black letter text, single column printing, calendar in black and red. Psalms with special title page within woodcut border. Lacking blanks and title for Book of Common Prayer. Initial leaf is (: . ) ii, (An Act for the Uniformitie). This imprint names Barker alone on woodcut colophon. Bound with The Whole Booke of Psalmes Collected into Engish Meeter by Thomas, Sternhold, John Hopkins, and others. 1619 Companie of Stationers. Title within woodcut architectural border; letterpress music in text. A-P6; Lacking Q-Q4. [19], 161 pp. Recent rebinding in full grained morocco with titles and devices tooled in gilt to spine. Of Common Prayer there is archival stabilization to the edges of the first leaf. Some furring and nicking to edges of following several leaves. Ai - Aiiiii with older paper mending to tears and shallow chips. Aiiiiii - A iiiiiiii with chips and small areas of loss affecting text. Here and there throughout some marginal tears and furring. Margins trimmed tight; occasional mild worming. Of Whole Book of Psalmes - lower edge trimmed tight. Lacking final 8 pages of text (Q-Q4). E4 with a 2 inch chip from the lower front corner with some loss of text. Scattered mild soiling. With faults. Fair only [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: DogStar Books [Lancaster, PA, U.S.A.]
2018-03-08 01:40:19
de Montenay, Georgette [French author of Emblemes ou devises chrestiennes, published in Lyon between 1567 and 1571. Montenay has always been regarded as a lady-in-waiting to Jeanne d'Albret, the Protestant Queen of Navarre, partly because she dedicate
Imprimes es frays de lean Charles Vnckel Libraire a Francfort au Mayn, 1619. 1619., 1619. Contemporary vellum covers. 8vo. 7¼'' x 4¾''. Contains illustrated title, 447 pp, frontiespiece of Georgette de Montenay (1567) by Pierre Woeiriot. The Prefatory and Back Matter are reproduced from a copy in the Bodleian Library by Alison Adams. Georgette de Montenay's work occupies a particularly important position in the history of emblems: firstly, of course, it was written by a woman, and secondly that woman was a member of the Reformed (Calvinist) faith. Indeed Montenay claims that her book gives us the first Christian emblems ('...je croy estre premier chrestiens'). This claim needs to be taken in the context of Montenay's position among Protestants, who at this period, had undergone some kind of personal conversion, 'Renez par l'Evangile'. Earlier emblematic works are of course also Christian, often very overtly so, if not in quite the same way (e.g. Claude Paradin's Devises heroiques (Lyons:, 1551; 1557). Nevertheless, Montenay's Emblemes mark the beginning of the systematic exploitation of emblems for religious propaganda. It is also the first emblem book to use incised engravings (by Pierre Woeiriot) rather than woodcuts for the picturae. It is distinctive for the way in which it calls on the reader to recognise and often complete biblical allusions, both verbal and visual. This edition of 1619 printed in Frankfurt in which, although French resumes its position beneath the pictura, a second Latin version is added, as well as versions in Spanish, Italian, German, English and … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-02-28 11:50:44
CAMUSAT Nicolas
A Troyes, Noël Moreau, 1619 ; in-12, veau brun marbr., encadr. fil. dor., dos orné (Rel. du XIXè s.) 4 ff., 73 ff., 217 ff., 1 f. blanc, 73 ff., 26 ff. "EDITION ORIGINALE. Techener 1103 : "livre rare, lorsqu'il est complet ; les deux dernières pièces ne se trouvent que dans peu d'exemplaires. Ce recueil contient de nombreuses pièces fort curieuses qu'on chercherait vainement ailleurs, sur l'histoire de la Champagne. Le titre porte de 1390 à 1580 ; mais les 2 premières pièces Contrats de mariage de Thibault de Champagne et de s fille Blanche sont datées 1219 et 1225. Le Procès verbal d'une assemblée de l'échevinage de Troyes est daté de 1594 ; et les Mémoires de Mergey sont de 1613." Camuzat ajoutait de nouvelles pièces lorsqu'il les trouvait. C'est pour cette raison que beaucoup d'exemplaires ne renferment pas tout. Techener donne le détail de tout ce que contient le recueil.Nicolas Camusat, chanoine de la cathédrale de Troyes naquit dans cette ville en 1575 et y mourut en 1665. Il avait sauvé d'une perte imminente plusieurs manuscrits vendus à un papetier comme inutiles par un prieur des Jacobins de Troyes, qui en ignorait le prix. Une fois en possession de ces richesse historiques, il s'appliqua à les publier. Socard. Hommes célèbres de l'Aube p. 74. - Corrard de Bréban, 134-136 - Betz 145.
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2018-02-24 07:49:27
Gaspar (Johannes)
Geneva: PETRUS DE LA ROVIERE. Very Good. 1619. First Edition. Hardcover. Full calf with raised bands and gilt particulars to spine. Losses to leather at hinge. Bookplate remnants adhered to front pastedown. Slight foxing throughout. Gaspar believed that Syro-Chaldaean was the language spoken by Adam in the Garden of Eden. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 278, [2]pp pages .
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2018-02-24 02:44:00
SCACCIA Sigismondo
Sumptibus Andreae Brugiotti ex typ. I. Mascardi, 1619. In folio, pp. (8) + 756 + (124). P. pg. coeva con nervature al d. Manc. non rilevante alla cuffia inf. Tarletto  al marg. inf. delle prime 15 cc. con perdita di poche lettere. F. in rosso e nero con inc. all'acquaf. raff. Vergine con bambino. Edizione originale di questo caposaldo dei primordi del pensiero economico.  Nell'ambito delle profonde modificazioni in atto nel XVII, che vanno a incidere sul rigore delle dottrine scolastiche con l'ammissione dei nuovi istituti di credito e della possibilita' di ricavare lucro dall'impiego produttivo del danaro, Scaccia, insieme a Della Torre e Stracca rappresentano il punto di vista relativamente piu' liberale. Palgrave, III, p. 360. Kress, 369. Ciasca, 172. ITA
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Coenobium [IT]
2018-02-21 17:11:45
Strada, Famiano
Carolus Boscardus, 1619. 12mo (128x74 mm); leg. in piena pergamena, con titolo manoscritto al dorso, tracce di legacci tagliati, capitelli; pp. (18), 501, (30); inc. al frontespizio con marca dei Gesuiti, capilettera e finalini inc. in legno. Rarissima edizione di Sant'Omero (risultano invece più comuni le prime edizioni di Lione, apud Horatium Cardon, e di Roma, apud Iacobum Mascardum, entrambe del 1617) del testo scolastico in latino a cura del famoso storico gesuita Famiano Strada (1572-1679), meglio conosciuto per il De Bello Belgico, anche se quest'opera lo rese altrettanto popolare. Trattasi di una raccolta di conferenze, tenute al Collegium Romanum, sullo stile retorico e poetico e altri argomenti letterari. Il libro è ora ricordato per due diverse poesie neolatine in un concorso immaginario, presumibilmente sotto il patrocinio di Leone X, in cui famose figure rinascimentali appaiono in veste di poeti romani. Pietro Bembo appare come Lucrezio, e il poema datogli da Strada ha un posto minore nella preistoria delle telecomunicazioni come anticipazione del telegrafo elettrico. Baldassare Castiglione appare come Claudiano, e la sua poesia, la gara tra il musicista e l'usignolo, è diventato più famosa di qualsiasi opera di Claudiano stesso. Di quest'opera ci sono due belle, ma molto diverse, imitazioni contemporanee in lingua inglese, la prima a cura di John Ford, The Lover's Melancholy (1629), l'altra a cura di Richard Crashaw, Music's Duel. Prov.: Indicazione di appartenenza al frontespizio con nome illeggibile e data 1630. Rif.: Edizione non censita da ICCU, che invece … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-02-18 14:54:12
SCACCIA, Sigismondo (1564?-1634)
Jacopo Mascardi per Andrea Brugiotti, 1619. In folio (mm 205x308); pp. (8), 755, (125). Senza legatura. Frontespizio stampato in rosso e nero con vignetta in rame al centro. Testo su due colonne. Piccoli fori sul titolo senza danno al testo, lievi fioriture occasionali, ma nel complesso ottima copia.PRIMA EDIZIONE. Questa celebre opera, che ebbe subito grande successo e fu più volte ristampata (7 edizioni fino al 1738), rappresenta uno dei primi trattati moderni di teoria economica e bancaria e riflette le nuove idee liberali che andavano diffondendosi in quegl'anni in materia di credito, operazioni commerciali di pubblica utilità , valore e cambio. "Le ragioni della fama che lo Scaccia acquistò con questo trattato sono da ricercare soprattutto nel fatto che esso, con la sua esauriente trattazione, rappresenta un ausilio pratico, prezioso per colui che doveva applicarsi alla fattispecie del diritto commerciale non avendo in questa materia un panorama giuridico di riferimento molto ampio. La profonda trasformazione in atto nella società del tempo, poi, faceva avvertire sempre più il bisogno di nuovi strumenti giuridici adeguati al mutamento. Il Tractatus venne, quindi, ad inserirsi proprio nello scenario di questo profondo cambiamento, rispondendo alle nuove esperienze avvertite, quotidianamente, nella prassi dei rapporti economici... Nel Tractatus de commerciis et cambio ritroviamo le linee dottrinali e dogmatiche del sapere dello Scaccia, maturate attraverso l'esperienza genovese. In esso le fonti, accanto al vasto numero di grandi giuristi, rivelano la conoscenza approfon … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-02-17 18:14:42
OVIDE
Traduites en prose franoise, et de nouveau soigneusement revues, corriges en infinis endroits, et enrichies de figures chacune Fable. Avec XV Discours contenans l'explication morale et historique... chez la Ve. Abel l'Angelier, Paris, 1619. In-4 gr. (mm. 362x240), p. pelle bazana mod., dorso a cordoni con filetti e tit. oro su tassello, 10 cc.nn. (incluso il bellissimo frontespizio figur. inciso), 466,(12);54;212 pp.num.; al verso della dedica al Re, bel ritratto di Ovidio inc. in rame; ornato da 3 pregevoli testatine e grandi iniz. figur. a vignetta e 1 finale, pure inc. in rame (all'inizio del vol.); i restanti fregi e capilett. sono silografati.I XV libri delle Metamorfosi raccolgono 199 favole, magnificamente illustrate da 136 grandi vignette inc. in rame. Questa ediz. contiene inoltre: "Le iugement de Paris" (con proprio frontesp., datato 1618), e con 1 tav. a p. pag. - "Les abeilles", Mtamorphose traduitte du IIII livre des Gorgiques de Virgile, con 1 vignetta - "XV Discours sur les Mtamorphoses d'Ovide", contenans l'explication morale des fables (con proprio frontesp. datato 1618) - "Epistres" traduittes d'Ovide. Avec quelques autres traictez de divers suiet."Prima ediz. della traduzione in prosa di Nic. Renouard".Cfr. Brunet,IV,285: "On a vu longtemps figurer dans les bibliothques la traduction des Mtamorphoses par Renouard, qui mrite d'etre cite cause des figures dont elle est orne. Il y en a au moins trois ditions in-fol. faites Paris: la premire pour la Ve. l'Angelier, 1619; la seconde pour Billaine, 1637; et la troisime pour Courb, 1651". Nel ns. esemp … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-02-17 06:10:22
Monaco, Antonio
1619. Interesting Seventeenth-Century Sammelband with Treatises on Polygamy, Punishments for Lawyers and Laws Concerning Clothing Monaco (Monachus), Antonio. Tractatus de Executione in Vestibus. Cum Indice Verborum, & Materiarum Locupletissimo. Omnibus Iudicibus, Advocatis, Procuratoribus, Notariis, & Aliis Omnibus in Foro Versantibus Utilis ac Necessarius. Cologne: Apud Matthaeum Smitz, 1620. [viii], 165, [50] pp. [Bound with] Feltman, Gerhard [1637-1696]. Tractatus de Polygamia. Das Ist, Gewissenschafftes und Schrifftmassiges Gesprach Zwischen Weltmann und Sittmann, Dem Gewissenlosen und Unschrifftmassigen, Zwischen Monogamus und Polygamus, Von der Vielweiberey Gehalten Gesprach Entgegen Gesetzt. Leipzig: In Verlegung Matthaus Birckners, Druckts Johann Kohler, 1677. [ii], 217 pp. [And] Fritsch, Ahasver [1629-1701]. Advocatus Peccans, Sive Tractatus De Peccatis Advocatorum Et Procuratorum, Conscientiae Ipsorum Excutiendae Inserviens. Frankfurt and Leipzig: Sumptibus Esaiae Fellgibel, [1678]. [x], 154, [20] pp. [And] Temmen, Heinrich (Henricus). Tractatus Novus & Absolutus de Litium Expensis: In Tredecim capita Certasq; Sectiones Distributus; Singulari Cura & Labore Succincte. Osnabruck: Apud Joh. Georg. Schwanderum, 1678. [xvi], 537, [63] pp. [And] [Limbach, Johann Christoph]. Summorum In Germania Tribunalium Processus Informativus Sive Schreiben umb Bericht Und Gegen-Bericht. Frankfurt: Sumptibus Joh. Davidi Zunneri, 1677. 79, [1] pp. [And] Pace, Giulio [1550-1635]. De Dominio Maris Hadriatici Disceptatio: Inter Sereniss. Regem Hispaniarum ob Regnum Neapolitanum, & Seren … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-02-16 15:16:17
Monaco, Antonio
1619. Interesting Seventeenth-Century Sammelband with Treatises on Polygamy, Punishments for Lawyers and Laws Concerning Clothing Monaco (Monachus), Antonio. Tractatus de Executione in Vestibus. Cum Indice Verborum, & Materiarum Locupletissimo. Omnibus Iudicibus, Advocatis, Procuratoribus, Notariis, & Aliis Omnibus in Foro Versantibus Utilis ac Necessarius. Cologne: Apud Matthaeum Smitz, 1620. [viii], 165, [50] pp. [Bound with] Feltman, Gerhard [1637-1696]. Tractatus de Polygamia. Das Ist, Gewissenschafftes und Schrifftmassiges Gesprach Zwischen Weltmann und Sittmann, Dem Gewissenlosen und Unschrifftmassigen, Zwischen Monogamus und Polygamus, Von der Vielweiberey Gehalten Gesprach Entgegen Gesetzt. Leipzig: In Verlegung Matthaus Birckners, Druckts Johann Kohler, 1677. [ii], 217 pp. [And] Fritsch, Ahasver [1629-1701]. Advocatus Peccans, Sive Tractatus De Peccatis Advocatorum Et Procuratorum, Conscientiae Ipsorum Excutiendae Inserviens. Frankfurt and Leipzig: Sumptibus Esaiae Fellgibel, [1678]. [x], 154, [20] pp. [And] Temmen, Heinrich (Henricus). Tractatus Novus & Absolutus de Litium Expensis: In Tredecim capita Certasq; Sectiones Distributus; Singulari Cura & Labore Succincte. Osnabruck: Apud Joh. Georg. Schwanderum, 1678. [xvi], 537, [63] pp. [And] [Limbach, Johann Christoph]. Summorum In Germania Tribunalium Processus Informativus Sive Schreiben umb Bericht Und Gegen-Bericht. Frankfurt: Sumptibus Joh. Davidi Zunneri, 1677. 79, [1] pp. [And] Pace, Giulio [1550-1635]. De Dominio Maris Hadriatici Disceptatio: Inter Sereniss. Regem Hispaniarum ob Regnum Neapolitanum, & Sereni … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-02-08 20:50:31
Custos, Dominicus
Augsburg, Mang 1620 (verso, 1619. Mit gest. Titel, gest. Wappentafel, 129 gest. Portraits von D. Custos sowie Lukas u. Wolfgang Kilian gest., mit rückseitigem Text. 1 Bl. Register. - Angebunden: Signiertes Manuskripf des bayerischen Juristen, Historikers und Archivars Felix Joseph (von) Lipowsky: Materialien, Leitwaege und Ergaenzungen zur Genealogie und Geschichte (...) der Herren Fürsten und Grafen Fugger. München, 1820. 230 num. Bll. HLdr. d. Zt. 29 x 20 cm. VD17 12:648635H; Kress S. 480; Lipperheide Da 8 (fälschlich 1618). - Seltene Ausgabe der schönen Porträtfolge mit deutschem Text. Die männlichen und weiblichen Mitglieder der verschiedenen Zweige des Hauses Fugger sind teils im Rechteck, teils im Oval in halber Figur dargestellt. - Das Manuskript enthält teils umfangreichere Biographien der Abgebildeten, meist mit besonderem Augenmerk auf die Verwandtschaftsbeziehungen. Nicht alle Portraitierten wurden von Lipowsky bearbeitet, so befinden sich zwischen den ausgearbeiteten Biographien auch eine Reihe weiß gebliebener Blätter. Es mag sich um eine Vorarbeit handeln, die woanders eine endgültige Fassung erfuhr. Eine Veröffentlichung des Manuskripts konnte ich allerdings nicht nachweisen, es ist aber sicher mit in die zahlreichen Arbeiten Lipowskys eingeflossen. - Etwas berieben und bestoßen. Vorderer Spiegel und fliegender Vorsatz mit handschriftl Register, wohl auch von Lipowsky verfasst. Kupfertitel verso gestempelt und seitlich mit Hinterlegung. Der Titel des Manuskripts verso gestempelt. [5 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
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2018-02-08 10:47:33
GRAVINA Domenico
Quorum controversiae ex antiquitate universitate, patrum consensiones, S. Thomae Aquinatis doctrina et methodo dissolvuntur, ac confutantur. Neapoli, ex Typ. Secundini Roncalioli, sumptibus M.A. Montereale,1619, - in-folio, pp. (44), 690, legatura settec. p. perg. rigida, tass. in pelle con tit. oro al dorso. Titolo a stampa rossa e nera con grande stemma di Papa Paolo V, cui l'opera è dedicata, inc. in rame; testo su due colonne, iniz. silogr., bella vignetta silogr. in fine raffig. la Vergine col Bambino, angeli e Santi. Trattasi del solo primo volume (su 7) della vasta dottissima opera contro gli eretici d'ogni tempo che l'autore (1547-1653) andò pubblicando dal 1619 al 1639 (cfr. Cat. SBN); altri 7 vol., come afferma il Graesse, rimasero inediti. Questo primo vol., che può ben stare a sé, comprende un ampio prologo, la ''methodica analysis'' ed i primi quattro libri della trattazione. Curiosa la pagina 115 che mostra la ''Lutherographia in qua genealogia, origo, accretio Cacangelicorum cum suo stipiete et collateralibus ramis''. Il Gravina fu frate domenicano e professore di teologia nell'Università di Napoli, sua città natale. Bll'esempl. (lievi fioriture). Graesse III, 140. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Italy]
2018-02-07 22:21:23
In Siena, appresso Bonetti, 1619, in-4, pergamena floscia coeva, pp. [12], 160. Con stemma Medici e piccola immagine dell'Assunzione della Vergine con la città di Siena incisi in legno sul frontespizio, iniziali e fregi xilografici. Esemplare originale in ogni sua parte: mancano i legacci e piccole parti del rivestimento in pergamena all'esterno, manca un frammento della prima carta di guardia bianca, piccola mancanza dovuta a tarlo al margine bianco basso di poche carte, alone di antica umidità all'angolo superiore interno (margine bianco) delle pagine (quasi irrilevante per due terzi del volume, un poco più marcato nell'ultimo terzo). Seconda edizione, corretta. Biblioteca del Senato, Catalogo Raccolta Statuti, VII, p. 235.
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2018-02-04 09:07:16
BELLARMINO, Robert.
Coloniae, Sumptibus Bernardi Gualteri, 1619,. 130x80mm, reliure de l'époque plein parchemin. Plat supérieur gondolé. Intérieur en bon état. Backer/Sommervogel mentionne deux éditions parus aussi en 1619, première édition, celle de Rome, Zannettum et celle d'Antverpen chez Plantin, mais notre édition n'est pas mentionnée. (I/534). 7 ff. + 620 + 100 pages + 3 ff.,
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2018-02-03 18:16:22
Aesopus (Esopo)
Venetiis, apud Io. Baptistam Combum, 1619 - In 24° cm. 12x7, piena perg. di epoca posteriore, tagli a spruzzi rossi, pp.449- (5nn). Testo latino con greco a fronte. Vignetta xilog. al front. Buona copia impreziosita da circa 150 xilografie n.t. di mm.40x53 che illustrano le favole dell'A. Precede il testo la Vita Aesopi di Massimo Planude (pp. 3-118). Tadd
Bookseller: TABERNA LIBRARIA - ALAI - ILAB [Italy]
2018-01-31 15:40:50
[GRASSI, Orazio]
Marci Naccarini. Engraved title vignette of one of the 1618 comets in the constellation of Libra, with large historiated initials and text diagrams. Antique calf in a contemporary style with gilt borders and gilt- ornamented spine; overall in superb condition. FIRST EDITION First edition of Grassi's extraordinarily important and bitter attack on Galileo's theory of the nature of comets, later inspiring Il Saggiatore. The scientists' famous dispute started the prior year with Grassi's De tribus cometis, which Galileo (using the alias of his assistant Guiducci) followed up with his provocative Discorso della comete (1619). Grassi responded (under the pseudonym Lothario Sarsi) with this publication of Libra astronomica, in which he strongly defends the ideas of Tycho Brahe and the Jesuits. Galileo went on to publish his polemic and rhetorical masterpiece, Il Saggiatore, as a direct reply to this work. Grassi (1583-1654) was a Jesuit mathematician who taught at the Collegio Romano. This controversy ruined his relationship with Galileo, and earned his adversary the ire of the entire Collegio Romano -- a major factor in his later difficulties with the Inquisition.
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2018-01-29 18:46:15
SARPI Paolo
Appresso Giovan. Billio. Regio stampatore, 1619. FIRST EDITION. Folio. pp. [viii], 806, [x]. Roman letter, prefatory material in Italic. Woodcut arms of James I on title, large historiated woodcut initials, library stamp "Bibl. Gust. C. Galletti Flor," on blank margin of title, charming engraved armorial bookplate of "Francisi Riccardi de Vernaccia" on pastedown, Baron Landau's beneath. Light age yellowing, some minor spotting, a few leaves browned. A good copy in contemporary English calf, covers bordered with double gilt rule, spine with raised bands, double gilt ruled in compartments, gilt fleurons at centers, tail of spine restored, joints cracked and darkened. a.e.r. First edition of Paolo Sarpi's greatest and most influential work, dedicated to James I, published pseudonymously with the name Pietro Soave Polano, an anagram of Paolo Sarpi Veneto (plus o). The editor, Marco Antonio de Dominus, polished the text and has been accused of falsifying it, however recent comparison with a manuscript corrected by Sarpi himself shows that his alterations were unimportant. Translations into other languages followed: English by Nathaniel Brent and Latin in 1620, made partly by Adam Newton and French and German editions. The work was widely read for at least the next two centuries. "Forced upon an unwilling papacy by the Emperor CharlesV, who was anxious to put an end to the dissensions caused by religious strife, the Council (of Trent) first met in 1545. From the beginning however its proceedings were under papal domination, and, so far from effecting a reconciliation with Protest … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Limited [GB]
2018-01-24 16:53:32
Peri G.D.
(In Firenze, nella Stamperia di Zanobi Pignoni, 1619), in-4, leg. settecentesca in mezza pelle, dorso a 4 nervi con titolo in oro su doppio tassello in pelle, sguardie in carta marmorizzata, pp. [6], 197, [3]. Frontespizio e ritratto dell'Autore incisi in rame da Callot; iniziali, fregi e marca tipografica (sull'ultima carta, al recto) incisi in legno. Frontespizio, ritratto e avviso ai lettori controfondati; alcuni margini rinforzati, qualche foro di tarlo restaurato con minima perdita di testo. Prima edizione. Graesse, V, p. 202. Brunet, IV, 498, Piantanida, 2831.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Gozzini [IT]
2018-01-18 14:42:32
William Shakespeare
Used [Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform] 1619
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2018-01-14 17:06:23
GUIDOTTI BASTIANO.
(Firenze, 1619). Manoscritto in-folio grande (23,5 x 34 cm); cc. 12, 119, oltre 100 disegni a pi-- colori, di ottima fattura, di stemmi araldici; qualche margine lievemente fiorito. Bella legatura coeva in marocchino avana, decorata in oro con doppia cornice di motivi floreali e dettagliato arabesco centrale, tagli dorati, resti dei lacci originali (leggere tracce di consumo, minimi consolidamenti alle cuffie). Esemplare proveniente dalla biblioteca Novacco (ex libris alla sguardia anteriore). Importante stemmario delle famiglie senatorie fiorentine, conservato in un?elegante legatura in marocchino appositamente eseguita per il dedicatario Girolamo Guicciardini (1550-1629), diplomatico e senatore patrizio al servizio dei Medici. I 100 stemmi sono finemente miniati a pi-- colori e rifiniti in oro e argento, a piena o mezza pagina, da Bastiano Guidotti, la cui firma Š apposta sulla pagina di dedica ed al margine inferiore della prima tavola, da identificarsi con il lucchese membro dell'Accademia di San Luca e parente dello scultore e architetto Paolo. Procedendo per famiglie, con relative illustrazioni araldiche, l'opera elenca gli esponenti della nobilt... cittadina accolti nel Senato dei Quarantotto, la pi-- alta magistratura del Granducato di Toscana fondata gi... nel 1532 dal duca Alessandro. La raccolta si apre con una serie di stemmi a piena pagina riccamente incorniciati, appartenenti al giovane duca Cosimo II (1590-1621), alla consorte, Maria Maddalena d'Austria, alla madre e reggente, Cristina di Lorena (1565-1637), alla citt... di Firenze e ai suoi quattro quartieri … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Mediolanum [IT]
2018-01-12 19:12:20
Lautensack, Paul / Weigel, Valentin.
Franckfurt am Mayn. bey Lucas Jennis, 1619. - 2 in 1, Titel mit Holzschnittleiste, eine Faltabbildung, 8°. 19,2 x 15,5 cm. 50 / 15 Seiten, In gutem Zustand. Moderne Nachbindung als Pappband mit neuen Vorsätzen, beide künstlich gealtert; Buchblock gebräunt, mit Marginalien und Anstreichungen, zwei Seiten im Vorderschnitt alt repariert und dadurch mit Bräunung einiger Seiten an der Reparaturstelle. Vollständige Titel: P. Lautensack - (1) "Ein Anzeigung mit Schrifft / Was in der Erbarn Frawen Gundelfingerin Behausung am spitzen Berg / daselbsten in ihrem Soller vor gemähle ist angestellt / Nemlich das erste theil von der Offenbarung Jesu Christi, Paulus Lautensack der Elter ein Mahler, Anno 1538 (gedruckt 1619)". V. Weigel - (2) "Ander Theil / Darinn begrieffen die Erklahrung mit Figuren und Sprüchen Heiliger Schrifft vber vorgehende Bücherlein Pauli Lautensacci / einen liechteren vnd völligern Verstandt in gemeldten Büchern zuerzeichen / gestellet von M. V. Weigelio gewesenen Pfarherren zu Zschopau, Franckfurt am Mayn bey Lucas Jennis zu finden. Im Jahre 1619". Dieser Titel mit Holzschnittvignette, Kopfleiste und Initiale, Schlußvignette (alles in Holzschnitt), sowie mit einer Falttabelle (ungezählt, mit einer kleinen Hlolzschnitt-Abbildung in der Tabelle). Nachbindung, Hardcover in Pappband, [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Leipziger Antiquariat e.K.
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2018-01-08 09:26:59
Thurneysser (Thurneisser) zum Thurn, Leonhard.
Wittenberg Berger, 1619. (19,5 x 16 cm). (2) 70 S. Mit Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre und 2 gefalteten Tabellen. Moderner Pergamentband im Stil der Zeit. Einzige Ausgabe dieses äußerst seltenen, posthum erschienenen Werkes, in dem der Verfasser das Extrahieren medizinischer Substanzen aus Kräutern, Früchten etc. zur Erlangung diverser Heilmittel nebst der entsprechenden Instrumente behandelt. Mit Tabellen über die Krankheiten und ihre Heilmittel sowie der "Vergleichung himmlischer Impression und irrdischer Creaturen, auch deren Qualitet, Geschmack, Geruch, Krafft, Wirckung und Arcana". - Thurneisser (auch Thurneysser) (1531-1596), ein entschiedener Anhänger von Paracelsus, war als Arzt, Astrologe, Arzneimittel- und Chemikalienfabrikant sowie als Buchdrucker in Berlin sehr erfolgreich. Er verstand sich als Alchemist in der magischen Tradition. Seine exakten Naturbeobachtungen sind trotz des teilweise suspekten astrologischen Beiwerks wertvoll. - Durchgehend leicht gebräunt und mit Wurmspur in der rechten unteren Ecke (teils mit geringem Buchstabenverlust). Insgesamt wohlerhalten. - Krivatsy 11847; VD17 23:291774K; Brüning 1316; nicht bei Ackermann, Ferguson, Duveen, Wellcome, Neu etc.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Gerhard Gruber [Heilbronn, Germany]
2018-01-03 19:08:13
Antique Master Print, titled: 'Livre de portraiture de C. le Brun [ ]. ' - (Book of portraiture of Charles le Brun .) Rare antique master print. Title print for a series of expressions. Etching on laid paper. Watermark: Double crowned L. Description: Published by Nicolas Bonnart I or his son Nicolas Bonnart II in Paris.Artists and Engravers: Made by an anonymous engraver after 'Charles le Brun'. Charles le Brun (1619-1690) was a famous French baroque painter. Condition: Good, given age. Ample margins. Some scattered small foxing spots and creasing in the top margin. One crease crosses the top right corner of the image. Creases in the lower left margin corner. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: Q1-001 LATPC The overall size is ca. 11.7 x 8.3 inch. The image size is ca. 9.5 x 7.5 inch. The overall size is ca. 29.7 x 21 cm. The image size is ca. 24.2 x 19 cm.
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-12-30 15:48:11
MEURSIUS,J.
Leiden (Lugduni Batavorum), Ex officina Elzeviriana, 1619. 4to. (VIII),48 p. Calf 18 cm (Ref: Wiilems 161; Rahir 131; Berghman 1977) (Details: Woodcut printer's mark on the title, depicting an eagle with spread wings on a pedestal; the bird holds in its beak a set of 7 arrows bound together; the motto reads: 'Concordia res parvae crescunt'; the bundle of arrows symbolizes The Dutch Republic of the Seven United Netherlands (also Provinces); since its foundation in 1588 the motto of the United Provinces was 'Concordia res parvae crescunt', in Dutch: 'Eendracht maakt macht', a still popular motto in the coat of arms of many countries. The saying was coined by the Roman historian Sallust. (Bellum Jugurthinum, caput 10)) (Condition: Binding very scuffed: leather on the back wearing away; scratches on the boards; front joint partly split and broken; corners bumped. Front flyleaf gone. Title dustsoiled. Some light foxing on the first and last pages. Right lower corner of the last gathering faintly waterstained) (Note: The Dutch classicist and ancient historian Johannes Meursius (Johannes van Meurs), 1579-1639, was professor of History and Greek since 1610/13 in the university of Leiden. He studied under the genius J.J. Scaliger, and is best known for the 'editiones principes' of a number of Byzantine authors he produced, and the 'editio princeps' of the 'Elementa Harmonica' of Aristoxenus (1616). He edited also the 'Timaeus' of Plato with the commentary and translation of Chalcidius (1617). He wrote much on the history of ancient Greece, on Eleusis, and especially on the antiquiti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Fragmenta Selecta [AMSTERDAM, Netherlands]
2017-12-30 15:48:11
MEURSIUS,J.
Leiden (Lugduni Batavorum), Ex officina Elzeviriana, 1619. 4to. (VIII),48 p. Calf 18 cm (Ref: Wiilems 161; Rahir 131; Berghman 1977) (Details: Woodcut printer's mark on the title, depicting an eagle with spread wings on a pedestal; the bird holds in its beak a set of 7 arrows bound together; the motto reads: 'Concordia res parvae crescunt'; the bundle of arrows symbolizes The Dutch Republic of the Seven United Netherlands (also Provinces); since its foundation in 1588 the motto of the United Provinces was 'Concordia res parvae crescunt', in Dutch: 'Eendracht maakt macht', a still popular motto in the coat of arms of many countries. The saying was coined by the Roman historian Sallust. (Bellum Jugurthinum, caput 10)) (Condition: Binding very scuffed: leather on the back wearing away; scratches on the boards; front joint partly split and broken; corners bumped. Front flyleaf gone. Title dustsoiled. Some light foxing on the first and last pages. Right lower corner of the last gathering faintly waterstained) (Note: The Dutch classicist and ancient historian Johannes Meursius (Johannes van Meurs), 1579-1639, was professor of History and Greek since 1610/13 in the university of Leiden. He studied under the genius J.J. Scaliger, and is best known for the 'editiones principes' of a number of Byzantine authors he produced, and the 'editio princeps' of the 'Elementa Harmonica' of Aristoxenus (1616). He edited also the 'Timaeus' of Plato with the commentary and translation of Chalcidius (1617). He wrote much on the history of ancient Greece, on Eleusis, and especially on the antiquit … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Fragmenta Selecta [Netherlands]
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2017-12-29 06:01:44
[Year Books, 17-39, Edward III, 1343-66]; Fitzherbert
London: Printed for the Companie of Stationers, 1619. Half dark brown morocco and black cloth, gilt-stamped lettering in spine compartments (5 raised bands), black topstain; folio (294x184mm); title-page with ornamental woodcut border, and numbered leaves (1-80, 1-59, [1], 1-62*, 1-79, [1], 80-[88]**, 46-100, 1-49, 1-32, 1-37, 1-38, [1] (Candidi Lectori), [28] (Le Table)), with woodcut decorative initials, printed in blackletter. Printed pagination sometimes incorrect, with corrections in manuscript--correction at leaf 57 in third section* appears to be incorrect, and appears to be missing leaf 83**. With 7 smaller, early manuscript leaves tipped-in. Boards rubbed; light scuffing at spine tips, along joints and edges of boards. Title page toned, and lightly chipped along the edges, with early ownership signature and stamp; text block a bit brittle along the edges. Bookplate of the New York City Bar Association. Covers regnal years 1343-1366, Edward III. With an index of cases, side-notes and cross-references. Edward's long reign of fifty years saw vital developments in legislation and government, in particular the evolution of the English parliament. An extremely important source for our knowledge of medieval common law. Very Good. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Sanctuary Books, A.B.A.A. [U.S.A.]
2017-12-16 11:39:30
Kupferstich aus C. Stengel, Monasteriologia, Augsburg, 1619, 12,5 x 17 cm. Schefold 44846. - Auf der vollen Buchseite mit 2 Seiten lateinischer Beschreibung. Versand D: 6,00 EUR BAYERN, Schwaben
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bierl
2017-12-13 04:23:22
[ORTA, Garcia da], dit GARCIE DU JARDIN, LA COSTE, Christophle, ALPIN, Prosper, et MONARD, Nicolas.
Lyon: Jean Pillehotte, 1619. Seconde edition "reveuë & augmentée", fort in-8; [8f.], 369p., [15p.], 176p., [5p.], [1f. blanc], 102p., [7p.], [1f. bl.], 262p., [6p.]; nombreuses illustrations sur bois dans le texte. Reliure d'époque en vélin souple, titre manuscrit au dos. Quelques taches sur la reliure, travail de vers en deux parties du volume n'affectant pas la lecture, quelques mouillures, autrement en bon état. Important ouvrage publié pour la première fois en portugais en 1563. Il existe également plusieurs éditions latines et italiennes, mais seulement deux éditions en français, la première publiée en 1602. L'ouvrage, d'un grand intérêt, répertorie les plantes, fruits, épices animaux et minéraux d'Inde et du Nouveau Monde, pour la plupart inconnus des européens. Il constitue également un véritable traité de médecine tropicale, avec la description de maladies exotiques et de traitements jusqu'alors inconnus. Cette édition est illustrée de nombreux bois représentant plantes, fruits et produits exotiques.
Bookseller: Librairie des Carrés [France, Gennes]
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