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2017-10-16 12:10:20
LUCIEN de SAMOSATE / BENOICT (Jean)
Saumur, Pierre Pié de Dieu, 1619. 2 forts vol. in-8°, veau brun jaspé, dos à nerfs ornés de petits fleurons dorés encadrés de doubles filets dorés, roulettes dorées en pied, pièces de titre en basane fauve, pièce de tomaison noires, encadrement d'un double filet doré sur les plats, roulette dorée sur les coupes, tranches jaspées de bleu et de rouge. Reliure du XVIIIe s. Bon exemplaire (10) ff., 1122 pp. mal chiffrées 1078, (17) ff. d'index; (1) f. blanc, (3) ff., 1120 pp. mal chiffrées 1114, (23) ff. d'index, (1) f. blanc. Signatures : *8 **2 [A-Z]8 [Aa-Zz]8 [Aaa-Zzz]8 [Aaaa-Cccc]8 Dddd2; *4 [A-Z]8 [Aa-Zz]8 [Aaa-Zzz]8 [Aaaa-Dddd]8. Quelques cernes marginaux, qq. annotations mss. dans les marges en partie coupées à la reliure. Trou de ver près de la marge int. au tome I avec minimes atteintes au texte, rousseurs éparses. Première édition de la version des oeuvres complètes de Lucien de Samosate donnée par le médecin Jean Benoît, professeur de grec à l'académie de Saumur. Cette version est "plus pure [que les précédentes], dont le texte et la version ont subi de bonnes corrections, sans toutefois que leur source soit indiquée" (Schoell). Belle édition bilingue grecque et latine, l'une des plus belles productions de l'imprimerie saumuroise au XVIIe siècle. "Pierre Pié de Dieu s'est surtout fait remarquer par l'impression d'une édition des oeuvres de Lucien en caractères grecs et latins, d'une pureté de fonte parfaite, et qui fait penser aux plus beaux travaux des Elzeviers" (Pasquier & Dauphin). Graesse IV, 278; Schoell IV, 282; Pasquier & Dauphin, 286-287; Desgraves, BBA Saum … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne J.-Marc Dechaud [France, Crissay-sur-Manse]
2017-10-16 12:03:35
MONCADA, Sancho de.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
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2017-10-16 11:57:14
ISACHI Alfonso
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2017-10-16 11:48:57
[photo album]
France: , c. 1916-1933, 1619. France, c. 1916-1933. Hardcover. Near Fine. Mottled black cloth over boards, backed in black morocco; oblong 8vo, approx. 8 x 7 inches; pp. 25, with 200 sepia and b/w photographs (silver gelatins and albumens). A little scuffed along spine and edges of boards, else fine. A unique and seemingly homemade family album, containing group portraits and landscape photographs -- cute candid photographs of fat babies in little kitchen pots, women laughing and smoking, people swimming, and in one instance a woman in a fashionable get-up of the times, reclining in the outdoors (a much more conservative version of Manet's earlier controversial painting "Dejeuner sur l'herbe" from 1863). A few albumens a bit faded; some faint silvering on a few of the gelatins, but prettily so.
Bookseller: Sanctuary Books [US]
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2017-10-16 11:43:10
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2017-10-16 11:34:20
MEURSI, Ioannis. (Johannes van Meurs 1579-1639) MEURSIUS.
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Cerat [Greece, Chalandri - Athènes]
2017-10-16 11:33:30
Mercator, Gerard
Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Berg eK [Regensburg, Germany]
2017-10-16 11:12:34
SERLIO Sebastiano.
de' Franceschi. gr. vol. in-4, 1 cb, ccnn 12, cc 3-219, 1 cb, cc 27, pp. (2), pp. 243, 1 cb, bella leg. p. perg. coeva con d. a 5 nervi. Front. iniziale recante la data di Venezia, 1619, gli altri frontespizi portano quella di Vicenza, 1618. Con centinaia di legni n.t. e a p. pag., inziali, front. incisi, fregi e finalini. Terza edizione collettiva (la prima del 1584) e completa dei 7 libri del Serlio, ciascuno con proprio front. xilogr., compreso il front. collettivo iniziale. Errori di impaginazione di qualche carta nei fascicoli delle segnature I, K e YY ma esempl. assolutamente completo. Fowler 335. Raccolta Cappelletti Vicenza pp. 267-268. Cicognara 675. Un paio di cm della perg. al d. integrati con perfetto restauro. Lieviss. alone al margine bianco esterno nelle ultime cc. Ottima copia, fresca e marginosa, di celebre opera fondamentale di storia dell'architettura italiana. [274]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Scriptorium [IT]
2017-10-16 11:12:30
CANEPARI PIETRO MARIA
Venezia (1619) - Evangelista Deuchino. 1 ff bb (non coevo), 16 pp nn, 368 pp, 1 ff bb (non coevo). Marca al frontespizio che riporta, entro semplice cornice circolare, una bilancia, il sole, la luna, il busto di un uomo e di una donna. Sempre all'interno della cornice compare il motto: "Aequali lance librata nil clarius chaos". Legatura settecentesca in piena pergamena rigida. Interno in ottimo stato di conservazione (qualche antica sottolineatura e nota ai margini). Importante libro di estrema rarità che descrive sistematicamente tutti i tipi di inchiostri, fornendone la composizione, la preparazione e l'utilizzo. Il Canepari, originario di Crema, fu un medico di Venezia ma anche molto esperto in chimica e nelle scienze naturali. Apparentemente è il primo libro a descrivere l'inchiostro tipografico ("Typographorum, Chalcographorum atramentum"). Il libro è diviso in tre "descriptiones" tra le quali segnaliamo "De lapide pyrite metallorum, & atramentorum stirpe", "De atramento metallico, præsertim Chalcity", "De atramento sutorio, vulgo vetriolo", "De atramento scriptorio", ecc. L'ultimo capitolo "De varijs operationibus ex Vetriolo gerendis, ac de multiplici modo eliciendi oleum à Vitriolo" riguarda l'olio di vetriolo (o acido solforico). Curiose le parti relative agli inchiostri invisibili e segreti; molte considerazioni risentono degli studi di alchimia dell'autore, tant'è vero che questo lavoro lo si trova spesso nei repertori dedicati a tale "arte". Una delle critiche negative al lavoro del Canepari fu rivolta da Luigi Rusconi nel suo "Dizionario universale archeologico … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Archetypon [IT]
2017-10-16 11:12:30
Minderer, Raimund
Augsburg, Andreas Aperger 1619. 8°. 23 n.n. Bl., 597 S., 9 n.n. Bl. Mit 1 gestochenem Titel. Pergamentband der Zeit. Wellcome I, 4332. - Hirsch-H. IV, 215. - Brüning 1302. - Duveen 405. - Erste und einzige Ausgabe dieses Führers zur praktischen Medizin, zusammengestellt aus Texten der klassischen Literatur und mit Kommentaren von Minder (1570 ? - 1621) ergänzt. Der Verfasser war ein grosser Verehrer Paracellsus und betrieb alchemistische Studien. Er gilt dabei als Erfinder des Ammoniumacetats, das harn- und schweisstreibende Mittel, das unter dem Namen "liquor mindereri" bekannt war. Mit handschriftlichem Besitzvermerk "A.M.J. Hengel" auf dem hintereren Vorsatz und dem Titel. Auf dem vorderen Vorsatz mit gestochenem Exlibris des Bischofs "Georg Rösch" von Eystetten und Stempel des Klosters St. Walburg. - Stellenweise leicht gebräunt. Einband verzogen.
Bookseller: EOS Buchantiquariat Benz [Switzerland]
2017-10-16 11:12:30
Minderer, Raimund
Augsburg, Andreas Aperger, 1619. 8°. 23 n.n. Bl., 597 S., 9 n.n. Bl. Mit 1 gestochenem Titel. Pergamentband der Zeit. Wellcome I, 4332. - Hirsch-H. IV, 215. - Brüning 1302. - Duveen 405. - Erste und einzige Ausgabe dieses Führers zur praktischen Medizin, zusammengestellt aus Texten der klassischen Literatur und mit Kommentaren von Minder (1570 ? - 1621) ergänzt. Der Verfasser war ein grosser Verehrer Paracellsus und betrieb alchemistische Studien. Er gilt dabei als Erfinder des Ammoniumacetats, das harn- und schweisstreibende Mittel, das unter dem Namen "liquor mindereri" bekannt war. Mit handschriftlichem Besitzvermerk "A.M.J. Hengel" auf dem hintereren Vorsatz und dem Titel. Auf dem vorderen Vorsatz mit gestochenem Exlibris des Bischofs "Georg Rösch" von Eystetten und Stempel des Klosters St. Walburg. - Stellenweise leicht gebräunt. Einband verzogen.
Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein Buchantiquariat [Switzerland]
2017-10-10 13:37:42
MONCADA, Sancho de.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
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2017-10-07 10:32:15
Vignola, G. B. da.
Bookseller: P. u. P. Hassold OHG [Dinkelscherben, Germany]
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2017-10-05 18:12:17
Strada, Famiano
Carolus Boscardus, Audomari (Saint-Omer), 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 cens … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Books and collectibles di Paola Suaria [Villafranca di Verona, VR, Italy]
2017-10-05 12:17:19
Coccius, Jodocus.
Fol. Titelbll. in Rot u. Schwarz m. (bei Bd. 1) Holzschn.-Vignette. Titel verso m. kl. Wappen-Holzschnitt. Mit zahlr. Holzschn.-Vignetten u. -Initialen im Text. 20 Bll., 1138 S. 12 Bll., 1174 S., Blindgepr. Schweinsldr.-Bde. d. Zt. a. 5 Bünden m. abgeschrägten Kanten u. handschriftl. Rückentiteln. Erstausgabe (Bd. 2) bzw. zweite Ausgabe (Bd. 1). - Seltene von Laurentius Trivius bearbeitete Schrift zur Verteidigung der katholischen Dogmatik. Der in Bielefeld geborene Verfasser (gest. 1619) lehrte in Molsheim (Elsaß) Philosophie und wurde später zum Bischof von Passau und Straßburg berufen. - Einbände etw. beschabt u. bestoßen. Vorderdeckeln m. Resten eines Nummernschildchens. Schließen fehlen. Holzschn.-Titelvignette des zweiten Bandes fehlt (ausgeschnitten Fehlstelle ca. 9 x 10,5 cm). Unterschiedlich (lagenweise stärker) gebräunt. - VD16, C 4235 u. VD17, 3:313663Z vgl. De Backer/S. II, 1256, 4 (Ausgabe 1620).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Austria]
2017-10-04 14:27:59
Turroni Agostino.
nella Stampa de' Discepoli, 1619. In-4° (cm. 20,4), brossura muta coeva (fioriture), pp. 71 [1] in buono stato, con vignetta al frontespizio (creazione); brunitura uniforme e lievi segni d'uso, traccia di tarlo al margine interno di poche carte con leggero fastidio, strappetto all'angolo della carta H4. Edizione originale di questa rara operetta che descrive un gran numero di borghi e ne racconta la leggendaria fondazione (con capitoli sull'impero, sui turchi, sulla cronologia del mondo). Cfr. BLC II, 923; Carosi II, 227. Esemplare più che discreto.
Bookseller: Gabriele Maspero Libri Antichi
2017-10-04 14:27:59
Turroni Agostino.
nella Stampa de' Discepoli,, In Viterbo 1619 - In-4° (cm. 20,4), brossura muta coeva (fioriture), pp. 71 [1] in buono stato, con vignetta al frontespizio (creazione); brunitura uniforme e lievi segni d'uso, traccia di tarlo al margine interno di poche carte con leggero fastidio, strappetto all'angolo della carta H4. Edizione originale di questa rara operetta che descrive un gran numero di borghi e ne racconta la leggendaria fondazione (con capitoli sull'impero, sui turchi, sulla cronologia del mondo). Cfr. BLC II, 923; Carosi II, 227. Esemplare più che discreto. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Gabriele Maspero Libri Antichi
2017-10-03 14:43:44
SERLIO, SEBASTIANO.
1619. In Venetia, Giacomo de'Franceschi, 1619. 4to. [24] ff; 219 ff; 27 ff, titlepage; 243 pp (with several errors in the pagination). Hundreds of woodcuts in the text. Contemporary blind stamped vellum binding. All edges stained red. A really nice and clean copy. Third collected edition of Serlio's seven books on architecture. The first edition was published in Venice in 1584. A reprint of the 1584 edition, with an additional `Discorso' first added in 1600. Each book has a separate title-leaf, printed within a woodcut border; books 1, 2, 4, 6 and 7 have the imprint `In Vicenza...', with books 2 and 4 dated `1618'. This edition may originally have been issued in 1618. Leaves 17 (first sequence) and 24 (second sequence) are misnumbered `71' and `42', and pages 86 and 209 are misnumbered `85' and `219'. Serlio(1475 - 1555) is renowned for the present work which includes volumes on the classical orders, perspective, domestic buildings and churches. His architectural background in Rome, in the environment of Bramante, Raphael and his acknowledged teacher Peruzzi, was crucial to the formation of his ideas and he included drawings by all three masters in his volume devoted to antiquities. L'Architettura was the first modern treatise to include illustrations, it has a strongly practical basis and proved highly significant in disseminating knowledge of Italian High Renaissance architecture. [c.f. Charvet 34-35; Cicognara 675; Fowler 335; UCBA p.1871]. Fowler 333; NUC 539 67, London BL 559 c.8, WF HAB 5.1.Geom.; RIBA 2974; Vène, Bibl. Serliana # 57
Bookseller: Knuf Rare Books [France]
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2017-10-03 14:27:42
Meurs, van Jacob (1619/20 - 1680) Amsterdam
Artist: Meurs van Jacob (/20 - 1680) Amsterdam; issued in: Amsterdam; date: ca 1669 1619 - - technic: Copper print; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Perfect condition; - size (in cm): 14,5 x 17,5; - description: View of the former founded Jamestown on the island St. Helena.; -vita of the artist: Jacob van Meurs ( 1619- 1680) was a dutch book dealer, printer and publisher.
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG
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2017-09-30 17:53:36
TOLEDO (Francisco de).
1619. 101801 TOLEDO (Francisco de). Instructio Sacerdotum in libros octo distincta. Quae nunc quartò cum Autographo accuratè collata, correcta, et multis (tum etiam Opusculo de Sacramento Ordinis Martini Fornarÿ) aucta est. Adiectae sunt ad singula capita (etiam Opusculi de Ordine) novissimae additiones Andreae Victorelli Bassanensis doctoris theologi. Rouen, Manassem de Preavlx, 1619. 12 feuillets (page de titre, S. D. N. Paulo V, Bibliopola ad lectorem, Paulus Papa V ad futuram rei memoriam, Index capitum, Privilège du roy). 1319 (i.e. 1312) pages. 44 feuillets (Index). Numérotation répétée de page 985 à 992, sans conséquence sur le texte. (11x17cm). Vélin. Dos à nerfs. Reliure tachée et salie avec quelques minuscules manques. Taches et quelques rousseurs à l'intérieur. Quelques déchirures marginales sans perte de texte. Très bon état. Très bel exemplaire dans sa reliure de l'époque. Notes manuscrites dans les pages de garde et de titre et dans un carnet de 3 feuillets collé à la fin du volume, dont : "flagitium id est Luxuria, aut alia huiusmodi mollitia : Epitomes de compendium". Francisco de Toledo (autrefois francisé en François Tolet), (1532 Cordoue- 1596 Rome), était un prêtre jésuite espagnol. Il fut l'un des premiers grands philosophes et théologiens de la Compagnie de Jésus, dont il devint également, en 1593, le premier cardinal.
Bookseller: Último Capítulo S.C.P. [Barcelona, Spain]
2017-09-28 13:38:55
Gerard MERCATOR (Kremer)
Amsterdam, 1619. La carta del Sud- Ovest dell'Inghilterra e del Galles tratta dal Mercator Atlas edito da Hondius e Janssonius. Esemplare tratto dall'edizione con testo francese del 1633 dal titolo "Gerardi Mercatoris et I. Hondii Atlas ou Representation du Monse Universel.". Includes i territori di Cornwall, Devon, Sommerset, Dorset, Wilton, Glouchester, Glamorgan, Caermarden, Penbroke, Cardigan, Radnor Breknoke, Hereford e Wigorn. Incisione in rame, coloritura coeva, leggere abrasioni alla piega centrale, per il resto in buono stato di conservazione. BVan der Krogt (Atlantes) 5112:1.1 Original coloured map of south west England and south Wales of Gerard Mercator. A reissue of Mercator's regional map of South-West England by Hondius, in which the original cartouche has been replaced and Mercator's name erased. Includes the countries of Cornwall, Devon, Sommerset, Dorset, Wilton, Glouchester, Glamorgan, Caermarden, Penbroke, Cardigan, Radnor Breknoke, Hereford and Wigorn. From a Latin edition of the Mercator Hondius Atlases. Van der Krogt (Atlantes) 5112:1.1 470 370mm
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2017-09-27 14:37:52
KEPLER, Johannes.
Linz: Johannes Plank, [1617-1619]. First edition. 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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SOPHIA RARE BOOKS [Denmark]
2017-09-23 20:36:56
NIESS, Johannes (1584-1634)].
- 12mo (124 x 72 mm). Mit Kupfertitel und 7 ganzseitigen Textkupfern von Raphael Sadeler, Druckermarke auf Schlussblatt recto. [12] Bl., 539, [11] S., 1 Bl. Marmorierter Kalbslederband d. Z., mit Doppelfilete in Goldprägung auf beiden Deckel, und auf dem Rücken (Ecken etwas berieben und bestossen). München, A. Berg, 1619. In alphabetischer Form gliederte der bayerische Jesuit Johannes Niess sowohl die menschlichen Tugenden (Alphabetum christi) als auch deren Laster (Alphabetum diaboli). Hier in der vermehrten und sehr seltenen zweiten Ausgabe vorliegend, zeugen die insgesamt sechs Editionen die bis 1670 erschienen, von der grossen Popularität des von Raphael Sadeler (1560-1632) kongenial illustrierten Buches. - Kleiner Papierausriss in Bl. 287/288 (aber ohne Beeinträchtigung des Textes). De Backer/Sommervogel V, 1767; Rosenthal 2244; VD 17 (Online Kat.) 12:105829F (2 Exx. München und Göttingen); Paisey N 288 (inkplt.). Scarce enlarged second edition of this highly popular work by the Bavarian Jesuit Johannes Niess. The book deals with human virtues and vices and is illustrated by the Antwerp born Raphael Sadeler the Younger (1560-1632) who worked in Bavaria until 1628. Preceeded by the edition of 1618 it was re-issued up to 1670 at least four times. - Contemporary full-calf with gilt double fillets around sides and spine (back slightly damaged at head and foot, corners minimally worn). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Erasmushaus - Haus der Bücher AG [Switzerland]
2017-09-19 09:33:21
Aesopus.
Lyon [Geneva?]: Apud Joannem Torn�sium Typogr. Regium, 1619. Lyon [Geneva?]: Apud Joannem Tornæsium Typogr. Regium, 1619. Sextodecimo. 410, [vi]pp. With a vignette (portrait of Aesop) on the title-page. Pages 173, 188 & 213 misnumbered 173, 181 & 219. a8-z8, A8-C8. Contemporary calf, repaired. With 60 woodcuts by Bernard Salomon. Not in Cartier; Mortimer French 7; Olschki, Choix 417. Reprint of the 1570 de Tournes edition. .
Bookseller: Sam Gatteno Books [Grosse Pointe, MI, U.S.A.]
2017-09-18 16:50:58
DUCHESNE Joseph, con pseud. di Giuseppe Quercetano)
- Sono li seguenti, cioè discorsi vari: Acque stillate - Decotti - Vini medicati - Ossimelli - Acque mellate - Siropi - Pillole - Medicamenti purganti - Polveri solutive - Vomitativi - Clisteri - Purga capi e nasali - Masticatori e lambitivi - Confettioni aromatiche - Spezie, tavolette, trocisci - Conditi, opiate e conserve - Antidoti liquidi e cordiali nella peste - Teriache e altri contraveleni -Medicamenti sonniferi e opiate-Varie operazioni spagiriche cioè estratti, essenze, magisteri, oglij, sali e altri arcani spagirici. Oltre nuove osservationi, pensieri gratiosi, utilissime inventioni, avvertimeni necessarij per la compositione di molti medicamenti hermetici: fatiche veramente degne d'esser lette e rilette da ogni gran personaggio e da qualunque persona che desidera medicarsi citò, tutò et iucundè. In Venetia, appr. Gio. Guerigli, 1619. 8°, pp.(24) 256, bella antiporta tutta inc. in rame con grande motivo architett., sormontato da una quercia, simbolo del nome dell'Aut. con motto "Et durae quercus sudabunt roscida mella", con 2 personaggi sulle colonne (Teofrasto e Esculapio), grande arma del duca di Mantova, a cui è dedicata l'op., nel piedistallo, e tuttoincornicia il titolo: "La farmacopea overo antidotario riformato del sig. G. Quercetano. al ser.Ferdinando Gonzaga duca di Mantova, & Monferrato &c.", capilett., testatine, finalini xil. P. perg.coeva, lievi mancanze al dorso e macchie. Nella 5° c.nn. iniziale è stato asportato il marg. sup. con il nome degli autori dei sonetti encomiastici successivi. Lieve tarlatura al marg. bianco di una decina di carte inizial … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Magnanet [Italy]
2017-09-14 09:55:31
Seneca, Lucius Annaeus
1619. Contemporary parchment binding, 120 x 70 mm, 24º: A-S#8 (-S7,8), 284 pp. Engraved title page with printer’s mark of Blaeu. First flyleaf is missing, further in good state. Seneca’s tragedies with on the title page the printer’s mark (sundial) of the firm Blaeu from Amsterdam. At first glance it appears to be a reprint of the editions in vicesimo-quarto (24º) from 1619 and 1624, but it’s more likely that this is the same edition printed again because the first copies were sold-out. The engraved title page, however, was not copied very carefully and in addition, in the year a "C" is forgotten. Interestingly enough Schweiger did not detect this error in his ‘Handbuch der classichen Bibliographie.’ Rare edition. ZKL0074
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Arine van der Steur / ILAB [Den Haag, Netherlands]
2017-09-08 13:42:56
Toletus, Franciscus:
Venetiis, apud Petrum Mariam Bertanum, 1619. Artikeldetails Instructio sacerdotum ac poenitentium; in qua omnium absolutissima casuum conscientiae Summa continentur. Accessit hac postrema edition tractatus de sacro ordine a Martino Fornario ... Toletus, Franciscus: Venetiis, apud Petrum Mariam Bertanum, 1619. Quarto (22,5 x 17 cm). 4 Blatt, 696; 23 Seiten, 24 Bl. Index. Geprägter Schweinslederband auf 4 Bünden über Holzdeckel mit 2 Schließen (unterer Schließbügel fehlt). Sprache: Lateinisch Bestell-Nr: 118738 Bemerkungen: *Vielfacher verlegter Text des spanischen Kardinals aus dem Orden der Jesuiten über die Beichte, hier die recht seltene Quartausgabe des venezianischen Drucks von 1619. Enthält das vollständige Grundwerk (Instructio) sowie den Anhang ("Additio ad summam Toleti, de sacramento ordinis"). - Schöner Renaissance-Einband. Insgesamt sehr gut erhalten und innen sehr sauber.EUR 267,50 (inkl. 7,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Weitere Abbildungen Aufgenommen mit whBOOK Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2019-05-23).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun [Gengenbach, Germany]
2017-09-08 13:42:56
Toletus, Franciscus:
Venetiis, apud Petrum Mariam Bertanum, 1619. Quarto (22,5 x 17 cm). 4 Blatt, 696; 23 Seiten, 24 Bl. Index. Geprägter Schweinslederband auf 4 Bünden über Holzdeckel mit 2 Schließen (unterer Schließbügel fehlt). *Vielfacher verlegter Text des spanischen Kardinals aus dem Orden der Jesuiten über die Beichte, hier die recht seltene Quartausgabe des venezianischen Drucks von 1619. Enthält das vollständige Grundwerk (Instructio) sowie den Anhang (\"Additio ad summam Toleti, de sacramento ordinis\"). - Schöner Renaissance-Einband. Insgesamt sehr gut erhalten und innen sehr sauber. Versand D: 5,00 EUR
Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun
2017-09-05 18:52:09
Visscher, Claes Jansz II (1587-1652)
Satyrical print showing the arminians leaving The Hague after the conviction by the Synod. Two farmers, here named Kees and Joost discuss about this procession and their dialogue is reported on the bottom. Some of the characters on the cart are numbered and after the dialogue is the reference list. The print is dated 1619. Etching and letterpress on paper; total: 344 x 294 mm (with text) several restorations (repaired tears) in text area and very small parts of the plate. Thread margins, on left and right sides; rather contrasting impression, slightly but evenly browned; Simon 239, Muller 1410; V. Stolk 144
Bookseller: Historisch Antiquariaat A.G. van der Ste
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2017-09-05 18:52:09
Visscher, Claes Jansz II (1587-1652)
Satyrical print showing the arminians leaving The Hague after the conviction by the Synod. Two farmers, here named Kees and Joost discuss about this procession and their dialogue is reported on the bottom. Some of the characters on the cart are numbered and after the dialogue is the reference list. The print is dated 1619."Etching and letterpress on paper; total: 344 x 294 mm (with text) several restorations (repaired tears) in text area and very small parts of the plate. Thread margins, on left and right sides; rather contrasting impression, slightly but evenly browned; Simon 239, Muller 1410; V. Stolk 144"
Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. VAN DER STEUR [Netherlands]
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2017-09-05 18:52:09
Visscher, Claes Jansz II (1587-1652)
1619. Satyrical print showing the arminians leaving The Hague after the conviction by the Synod. Two farmers, here named Kees and Joost discuss about this procession and their dialogue is reported on the bottom. Some of the characters on the cart are numbered and after the dialogue is the reference list. The print is dated 1619. Etching and letterpress on paper; total: 344 x 294 mm (with text) several restorations (repaired tears) in text area and very small parts of the plate. Thread margins, on left and right sides; rather contrasting impression, slightly but evenly browned; Simon 239, Muller 1410; V. Stolk 144
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Arine van der Steur [Den Haag, Netherlands]
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2017-09-03 22:34:10
Velde, Esaias van de (1587-1630) [?]
These two plates were cut from a larger composition with the portrait of Oldebarnevelt (Van Oldebarneveld) in the center and other two small cricles with other representations. Four plates, numbered, representing 1) the beheading of Oldebarnevelt, 2) the hanging of Gielis van Ledenberg, 3) Hogerbeets and Grotius being brought to Loevenstein and 4) the banned preachers Vorstius, Tresel, Wtenbogaert and Haen. Plates are titled below: 'I van Oldebarnevelt onthooft den 13 mey'; 'Gielis van Ledenberg aldus opgehangen den 15 mey', 'R: Hogerberts: H. de Groot: eewich gebangen den 18 mey' and '2 en 4 sijn eewich gebannen v. 15 iaren 3 voor:2 iear gebannen' Signed within circular frame: 'EVV'; nr. one also: 'E. V.Velde fecit 1619'. Etching on paper, each ca. 90 x 100 mm ca.; they are printed two per folio; they were meant to be cut and mounted in the larger composition; total: 257 x 119 mm; the paper with nrs. 2 & 4 presents a large watermark with Amsterdam's arms; not in Hollstein; Muller 1413, van Stolk 1446 (one of four).
Bookseller: Historisch Antiquariaat A.G. van der Ste
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2017-09-02 17:18:49
RHODES, Alexandre de.
Cordier, Indosinica, col. 1619; J.F. Bell R-208; Walravens, China Illustrata 158. First edition of one of the earliest detailed descriptions of Annam (Vietnam), and particularly the Jesuit missionary activity there in the years 1627-1645. The text is divided into two parts, the first giving a detailed account of the topography, people and customs of the region, and the second a report on the missionary activities. It includes Rhodes' first account of the six tones of the Vietnamese language, introducing five diacritical marks above or below the vowels to represent them with the roman alphabet, leading to the permanent abandonment of Chinese characters (he published a dictionary a year later). He also gives amusing examples of confusion resulting when a missionary used the incorrect tone for a word. No earlier map of the region is known. It covers northern and parts of southern Vietnam (to 12° N), the island of Hainan, and parts of Cambodia, Laos and Canton province, at a scale of about 1:7,000,000, with the title in a wreath ("Regnu(m) Annam"), a compass rose and reticulated scales of latitude and (unnumbered) longitude.Some spotting and browning, marginal stains in the foot and gutter margins (slightly affecting the text), the binding with a few stains, otherwise in good condition. Interesting work on what is now Vietnam by a remarkable missionary.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2017-08-31 13:37:44
Rhodius, A.
gebundene Ausgabe A. Rhodius: Cometa Per Bootem. Wittenberg. Apud Paulum Helvvigium. [P. Helwig]. [1619]. 1st ed. Small 4to. (21,5 x 16,8). (32) pp. With large woodcut on title and several woodcuts in the text. Vignette on last page. Frayed edges, some repairs/ reinforcements to corners. Browning due to age. Bound in later full paper. 1st edition of a rare book on the comet of 1618 which interested Galileo, Kepler, Snell, and the other leading astronomers of the time. Rhodius (1577- 1633), was a German mathematician who served Tycho Brahe in Prague 1600-1 and later became professor of mathematics at the University of Wittenberg.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Liber Antiqua [Austria]
2017-08-31 06:15:57
Velde, Esaias van de (1587-1630) [?]
"These two plates were cut from a larger composition with the portrait of Oldebarnevelt (Van Oldebarneveld) in the center and other two small cricles with other representations. Four plates, numbered, representing 1) the beheading of Oldebarnevelt, 2) the hanging of Gielis van Ledenberg, 3) Hogerbeets and Grotius being brought to Loevenstein and 4) the banned preachers Vorstius, Tresel, Wtenbogaert and Haen. Plates are titled below: 'I van Oldebarnevelt onthooft den 13 mey'; 'Gielis van Ledenberg aldus opgehangen den 15 mey', 'R: Hogerberts: H. de Groot: eewich gebangen den 18 mey' and '2 en 4 sijn eewich gebannen v. 15 iaren 3 voor:2 iear gebannen' Signed within circular frame: 'EVV'; nr. one also: 'E. V.Velde fecit 1619'."."Etching on paper, each ca. 90 x 100 mm ca.; they are printed two per folio; they were meant to be cut and mounted in the larger composition; total: 257 x 119 mm; the paper with nrs. 2 & 4 presents a large watermark with Amsterdam's arms; not in Hollstein; Muller 1413, van Stolk 1446 (one of four)."
Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. VAN DER STEUR [Netherlands]
2017-08-28 16:04:59
Hilliger, Oswald; Doneau, Hugues
Lugduni, Sumptibus Antonii Pillehotte, 1619. In folio (cm 22,7 x 36,2), legatura mezza pergamena settecentesca con tracce d'uso, piatti in carta colorata settecentesca, pp (20), 450, (62) per la prima opera: "Donellus enucleatus, siue commentarii Hugonis Donelli de iure ciuili in compendium ita redacti, vt verum nucleum contineant"; (12), 451, (56) (SBN censisce [51]) per la seconda opera: "Pars altera. Iuris obtinendi rationem 12. libris complectens". Entrambi le parti con proprio frontespizio, il primo in rosso e nero, impresa del tipografo ad entrambi i frontespizi: La Trinità, Motto: "Et hi tres unum sunt". Esemplare in buone condizioni, radi minuscoli tarletti nel margine superiore bianco di poche carte, alle ultime quindici cc gallerie di tarlo limitate al margine esterno bianco destro. Etichetta ex libris con stemma nobiliare e motto "Dum spiro spero" alla sguardia. Antiche annotazioni alle sguardie, tra cui: "Pagato questo volume £ 0,75". L'edizione 1615 di quest'opera si trova ancora sull'"Index librorum prohibitorum" del 1948. Commento dell'Hilliger, "Authore damnato" come si legge al frontespizio dell'opera, al Doneau (m. 1591), giurista di fede calvinista, che dovette lasciare la Francia dopo la Notte di S. Bartolomeo. . Un esemplare mutilo del volume I censito in SBN. Non in Sapori.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Bosio Giovanni [IT]
2017-08-28 11:58:28
(DUCHESNE Joseph, con pseud. di Giuseppe Quercetano)
1619. Sono li seguenti, cioè discorsi vari: Acque stillate - Decotti - Vini medicati - Ossimelli - Acque mellate - Siropi - Pillole - Medicamenti purganti - Polveri solutive - Vomitativi - Clisteri - Purga capi e nasali - Masticatori e lambitivi - Confettioni aromatiche - Spezie, tavolette, trocisci - Conditi, opiate e conserve - Antidoti liquidi e cordiali nella peste - Teriache e altri contraveleni -Medicamenti sonniferi e opiate-Varie operazioni spagiriche cioè estratti, essenze, magisteri, oglij, sali e altri arcani spagirici. Oltre nuove osservationi, pensieri gratiosi, utilissime inventioni, avvertimeni necessarij per la compositione di molti medicamenti hermetici: fatiche veramente degne d'esser lette e rilette da ogni gran personaggio e da qualunque persona che desidera medicarsi citò, tutò et iucundè. In Venetia, appr. Gio. Guerigli, 1619. 8°, pp.(24) 256, bella antiporta tutta inc. in rame con grande motivo architett., sormontato da una quercia, simbolo del nome dell'Aut. con motto "Et durae quercus sudabunt roscida mella", con 2 personaggi sulle colonne (Teofrasto e Esculapio), grande arma del duca di Mantova, a cui è dedicata l'op., nel piedistallo, e tuttoincornicia il titolo: "La farmacopea overo antidotario riformato del sig. G. Quercetano... al ser.Ferdinando Gonzaga duca di Mantova, & Monferrato &c.", capilett., testatine, finalini xil. P. perg.coeva, lievi mancanze al dorso e macchie. Nella 5° c.nn. iniziale è stato asportato il marg. sup. con il nome degli autori dei sonetti encomiastici successivi. Lieve tarlatura al marg. bianco di una decina di carte i … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Magnanet [IT]
2017-08-27 00:37:03
Ariosto, Ludovico.
In Venetia: Appresso Pietro Farri, 1619. Quarto. No pagination. [340]pp. a8, A8-SS8, TT4. Engraved title-page. Cinque canti has separate title-page. Seventeenth-century vellum, worn. Agnelli-Ravegnani I, p.186. .
Bookseller: Sam Gatteno Books [Grosse Pointe, MI, U.S.A.]
2017-08-21 16:01:26
DORNAU [DORNAVIUS], Kaspar.
Imp. Wechel. Hanau, 1619 - . 37,5 cm. 6 h., 854 pág., con errores de numeración, a dos columnas. [Sigue:] AMPHITHEATRI SAPIENTIAE SOCRATICAE IOCO-SERIAE TOMUS POSTERIOR RERUM PRO DAMNOSIS HABITARUM ENCOMIA & COMMENTARIA CONTINENS. Mismos datos de impresión. 305 pág. con errores de numeración. Marca tipográfica en portadas y colofón del volumen II. Mapa de los cuatro continentes en volumen II. Enc. de época en pergamino, nervios e inscripción en lomera, cortes tintados, restaurada. Exlibris de antiguos poseedores. Páginas algo amarronadas. * Antología de textos en verso y prosa en latín, griego y alemán sobre temas de carácter satírico y/o alejados de la temática habitual de la poesía elevada. Contiene textos de autores clásicos y modernos, desde Luciano y el pseudo-Ovidio (Nux) hasta los autores más renovadores del XVI, como Erasmo, Tomás Moro o Girolamo Cardano, y obras de circunstancias del compilador del volumen, el filólogo y médico alemán Kaspar Dornau (1577-1632). Incluye algún ejemplo de poesía visual. Se trata de una obra sumamente rara en bibliotecas españolas. Literatura plurilingüe.
Bookseller: Libreria anticuaria Farré [Spain]
2017-08-17 06:58:48
Berlich, Matthias:
Leipzig, Henning Grosse, 1619. 8 Bll., 1232 S., 11 Bll. Matthias Berlich (1586 - 1638) "studierte Rechtswissenschaft in Jena, später unter Hermann Vultejus in Marburg und promovierte hier 1610 zum Dr. jur.; 1611 machte er sich in Leipzig ansässig und wurde dort ein berühmter Anwalt und Konsulent; er hielt zugleich juristische Privatvorlesungengen. Sein Wissen und seine Belesenheit im juristischen Schrifttum waren nach zeitgenössischen Berichten außerordentlich. Seine größte Wirkung erreichte er durch die `Conclusiones practicabiles` (5 Bände, Leipzig 1615 bis 1619, später mindestens 11mal neu herausgegeben, zuletzt 1739), eine Darstellung des gemeinen Rechtes nach der Ordnung der sächsischen Konstitutionen von 1572. Beide Rechtsquellen werden unter Anführung praktischer Beispiele aus der Rechtsprechung zueinander in Beziehung gesetzt. Matthias Berlich hat Benedikt Carpzow teilweise vorgearbeitet, im Strafrecht insbesondere dadurch, daß er die einzelnen Verbrechenstatbestände genauer umschrieb. Seine `Decisiones` (Leipzig 1625 u. ö.) geben einen ausgezeichneten Einblick in die damalige sächsische Praxis" (NDB II, 97 f). - Vorhanden ist nur der in sich abgeschlossene Bd. 3, es fehlen die Bde. 1 - 2 und 4 - 5. - Titel mit altem hs. Namen und Vorsatz mit hs. Nummer. Gebräunt und stellenw. fleckig. Vereinzelte Wurmgänge. *** /// *** Copyright: Matthaeus Truppe - Stubenberggasse 7 - A-8010 Graz - Tel. +43 316 829552 *** /// *** Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 0 8°. Pgmt. der Zeit (etw. fleckig und bestoßen, Rücken mit Resten alter Papierschilder, mehrere Wurmgänge). Nunc secun … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Matthaeus Truppe Antiquariat [Graz, Austria]
2017-08-14 12:32:16
Serlio, Sebastiano
appresso Giacomo de' Franceschi, 1619. In-4°, cc. (24) 219 + 27 (1) + pp. 243 con num. xil. n.t. alcune delle quali a doppia pagina. Segnatura: a-f4 A-B8 C4 D-F8 G4 G-I8 K-P4 Q-S8 T4 2I-2Q4 2R-3A8. Leg. piena pergamena coeva con tit. inciso in nero al ds., tagli blu scuro, marca tip. xil. al frontespizio. Firma di possesso alla sguardia ant., gora alle prime 30 cc. circa, ingialliture diffuse, esemplare rifilato, carta 71 con numerazione invertita, carta 130 numerata due volte al posto della carta 131, carta 145 numerata al posto della carta 141, p. 42 numerata al posto della p. 24, lavoro di tarlo alle pp. 17-47 con lieve perdita di testo, lavoro di tarlo alle pp. 58-73 senza perdita di testo, forellino alle pp. 137-138 con perdita di testo, p. 219 numerata al posto della p. 209, pp. 229-230 mancanti. Opera dedicata a M. Francesco, con un sonetto di Lodovico Roncone e un sonetto di Marco Stecchini. Ogni parte del libro è dotato di un proprio frontespizio. Importante, cfr. Early printed books 1478-1840. Catalogue of the British architectural library early imprints collection, IV, 2974. La 1a edizione di quest'opera risale al 1584 pubblicata per i tipi veneziani di Franceschi, alla quale segue la presente ristampa che precede una seconda impressione datata 1619. Gamba dà molto risalto all'edizione in questione poiché la considera "essere maneggevole e la più intera." Sui singoli frontespizi, ancora il Gamba riporta che ognuno dei sette libri ha un proprio frontespizio, "ma non più con la indicazione di Venezia, nel 1619, bensì con quest'altra di Vicenza, 1618; e talora senz' … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Fenice [IT]
2017-08-14 12:29:43
Champlain, Samuel de
Paris: Chez Claude Collet, 1619. Engraved and letterpress titlepages followed by [6],158 leaves (including four full-page engraved plates on text leaves), plus two folding plates. Lacks the final two blank leaves (V7 and V8), as did the Siebert copy. 12mo. Early 20th-century crushed red morocco by Riviere & Son, with a double-rule border on front and rear boards, spine gilt with raised bands, gilt inner dentelles, a.e.g. Minute tears in edges of titlepages and dedication leaves. Very small, unobtrusive wormhole in upper outer margin of final thirty-four leaves (not affecting text). Folding plates trimmed close along outer edge (one with a short closed split along the fold). A very good copy. First edition of Samuel de Champlain's third work, with the first reports of his explorations of 1615 to 1618. Written primarily to encourage the continued patronage of New France by Louis XIII, this volume gives much information on Native Americans of the St. Lawrence Valley and their customs, and the topography of upstate New York. "It describes his introduction to the Recollet Fathers as missionaries to the Indians, his exploration of the Ottawa River, Lake Huron, and Lake Ontario; the attack on the Iroquois fort in New York state; and his winter among the Hurons. The work also contains Champlain's incomparable essay on the Hurons and other neighboring tribes. It includes Brule's narrative of his experiences among the savages on the southern borders of New York, near the Pennsylvania line, and an account of the events which occurred in the settlements at Quebec" - Winsor. The en … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [US]
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2017-08-14 12:29:06
LOTTINI Giovanni Agnolo + CALLOT Jacques (graveur)
1619Un volume, reliure d'époque, janséniste en vélin ivoire parcheminé petit in-quarto (jansenist's binding full vellum in-quarto, titre manuscrit à l'encre brune sur le dossur le dos (handwritten title on the spine), plats muets (cover without text), toutes tranches lisses (all smooth edges), orné d'une Suite de quarante et une estampes hors-texte (full page engraving), y compris le titre, gravé au burin en noir en Premier Etat par Jacques CALLOT (seul la gravure-titre est du 3ème état voir explication ci-dessous ) d'après les grands artistes florentins : frontispice, du dessin de Mathieu Rosselli, 6 de Mascagni, 2 de Pomerance,, 4 de Tempeste et 1 de Fabrizio Boschi,1 de Jean Bilivert, léger manque de papier en marge et sans toucher la gravure-titre elle-même, légères taches brunes en marge sur quelques pages, petites restauration anciennes au dos de quelques gravures mais très légères, dédicace + 254 pages + les tables, 1619 Firenze P. Cecconcelli Editeur (seul la gravure titre est de 1636), Suite de quarante et une estampes, y compris le titre, gravé au burin et qui décorent le livre dont le frontispice, ci-après décrit, indique exactement le titre. Le titre n'est pas chiffré. Il port 182 mm. de haut, dont 4 de marge, sur 116 mm. de large. Les autres pièces sont chiffrées à la droite du bas, dans les marges, et comme suit : 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 etc. jusqu'à la quarantième, qui porte le nombre 79. Voici leurs dimensions :Hauteur : 130 à 139 mm., dont 16 à 22 de marge. Largeur : 78 à 83 mm.A l'exception du titre, dont les différences seront indiquées ci-après, on connaît troi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Guimard [Nantes, France]
2017-08-14 12:28:41
PAEPP, Johannes (?-1613). -
Lyon, Vincentius, 1619-1618-1618-1617. 4 opere in 1 vol. In - 12. Legatura coeva in pergamena con unghie; abilmente ricucita. Con 4 frontespizi stampati in rosso e nero; 3 stemmi e 9 illustrazioni a p. pagina e alcune figure e diagrammi inc. in rame n.t. nelle prime due opere. (24), 120 pp.; (24), 102 (recte 104) pp.; 45 (recte 47), (1) pp.; 220 (recte 216) pp.; antico timbretto sul frontespizio, pochi fogli un po' impolverati. Interessante raccolta di quattro rare opere di mnemonica, tutte in prima edizione (la prima è in seconda tiratura). Wellcome I, 4694, 4692, 4693. Krivatsy 8495, 8496, 8497. Young, Bibliogr. of Memory, pp.265 - 266. Yates, Art of Memory, pp.300 - 301. Rossi, Logic and the Art of Memory, p.92: «Between 1617 and 1619 (at the same time as the young Descartes began to express his interest in Lullism and the arts of memory) the works by Johannes Paepp were published in Lyons. One of these works, the Schenkelius detectus seu memoria artificialis hactenus occultata was a detailed commentary on Schenckel's Ars memoriae, a work which Descartes knew well. In the Artificiosae memoriae fundamenta and the Introductio facilis in praxim artificiosae memoriae, Paepp set out to expound the Aristotelian, Ciceronian and Thomist doctrines on memory, but he had also patently been influenced by the Lullist tradition, and was familiar with its most significant exponents, from Bruno to Alsted. Following in the footsteps of Alsted, he fiercely criticized the denigrators of the art, and defended the idea of the interdependence of logic and mnemotechnics: while logic was neces … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Rappaport [IT]
2017-08-10 18:22:12
CALLOT, Jacques (circa 1592-1635)
[Florence]: 1619. Etching, 282 x 210 mm plate, 353 x 287 mm sheet, on laid paper with a Cross of Lorraine watermark, a fine impression of the second state (of three), with wide margins, some minor mostly marginal foxing, taped to the backboard at three corners verso, otherwise in good condition. Lieure 299 II. Matthias (1557-1619), Holy Roman Emperor, died in Vienna in 1619. Callot executed this etching while employed in the Florentine ducal court. It shows the grand catafalque designed by Giulio Parigi, erected in Matthias's honor at the exequial offices. From the Collection of Arthur & Charlotte Vershbow.
Bookseller: Riverrun Books & Manuscripts [USA]
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