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2012-06-08 16:46:04
Matthieu, Pierre
, 1620 Binding: VELLUM SPINE WHITE Size: 6 X 7.25 152 Pages Overall Condition is: GOOD Vellum spine, bottom of title page is missing, rubbed cover, slightly soiled cover, slightly tanned, rear hinge is detaching, and light shelf wear.
Bookseller: Princeton Antiques Bookshop [Atlantic City, NJ, U.S.A.]
2012-06-04 01:58:52
VIRGILE
stephanus gamonetum. Condition: Etat correct. 1620. In-8. Relié plein cuir. A relier. Plats abîmés. Dos abîmé. Intérieur bon état. 732 pages +Iunius philargyrius 62 pages. Plus de dos. mouillure.. . . . Classification Dewey : 94.2-Livres anciens XVII ème. . SKU : RO20011319.
Bookseller: Le-Livre [SABLONS, France]
2012-06-01 17:10:27
PASSALAQUA Lucino.
Arcione, Como, 1620. in-4 antico, pp. (28), 466, (30), leg. cart. rust. coevo con d. rinforzato, tracce di legacci. Bel front. inc. in rame. Gr. stemma della città di Como inc. in rame a pag. 1 e firmato "G. P. B. E. in Milano". Fregi, capilett. e final. xilogr. Con 18 (su 20) belle tavv. inc. in rame da G. Paolo Bianchi raff. archi trionfali, apparati, e fontane della città di Como. Bellissima la IV lettera sullo "scrittorio o scrigno" di famiglia con la descrizione della collezione d’arte e antichità varie. Manca a Platneriana, Lozzi e Piantanida. Coleti p. 49, n. 3. Rara opera presente solo alla Biblioteca Naz. di Roma (SBN online), ma in un esempl. scompleto delle tavv. e delle ultime pagine. Picc. fori nel margine bianco interno delle ultime 20 cc. Per il resto belliss. esempl. a larghi margini. [114]
Bookseller: SCRIPTORIUM Studio Bibliografico [Mantova, MN, Italy]
2012-05-31 09:18:51
NAPIER, John
Lyons: Bartholomaeus Vincentius, 1620. Second (first obtainable) edition of his ‘Contructio’ (Horblit 77b, 1619), with the first Continental edition of the ‘Descriptio’ (Horblit 77a, 1614) – “The work which in the history of British science can be placed as second only to Newton’s Principia” (Evans 4). <br/><br/> & & “His ‘Description of the Wonderful Table of Logarithms’ is unique in the history of science in that a great discovery was the result of the unaided original speculation of one individual without precursors and almost without contemporaries in his field.” (PMM 116). <br/><br/>& & “Logarithms provided a most important advance in the art of calculation because they reduced multiplication and division to a process of addition and subtraction, and extraction of roots to division.” (Dibner 106). <br/><br/>& & “Napier’s invention of logarithms was immediately adopted by mathematicians both in England and on the continent, including Briggs and Ursinus, who introduced logarithms to Kepler.” (Norman). Kepler “expressed his enthusiasm in a letter to Napier dated 28 July 1619, printed in the dedication of his ‘Ephemerides’, 1620.” (DSB). <br/><br/>& & The ‘Descriptio’ “contains fifty-seven pages of text explaining the uses of logarithms in both plane and spherical trigonometry and ninety pages of tables. The method of producing the table was not described, but Napier indicated that should this work be suitably received, he would publish another (the Const … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-05-23 12:47:12
RUSCELLI, GIROLAMO
Frankfurt: Lukas Jennis [second part: Jakob de Zetter], 1620. First Edition in German. This is a rare copy of the first German version of Girolamo Ruscelli's "Precetti della Militia Moderna," describing different types of military equipment, especially cannons and various other forms of projectile weaponry. The first part concentrates on artillery, and the second on the manufacturing of rockets and mines. The plates illustrate battlefield explosives as well as fireworks and diving equipment, and illustrations of projectiles are particularly intriguing, being done in a style that makes them look at once primitive and lethal. When our work first appeared is a bit of a mystery. Cockle says that Mariano d'Ayala (in his "Bibliografia Militare-Italiana Antica e Moderna") claims to know of editions printed in 1548 and 1562, but the earliest one known for certain is the 1568 edition, which appeared two years after Ruscelli died. The title page tells us that our author compiled his material from the works of Baptista de la Valle Venafrano, Alexandro Capo Bianco, and other Italian military authors. The works by the named writers--as well as all editions of the present book--are extremely rare. It is certainly probable that Ruscelli culled his information from earlier sources, as he was a literary man, not a soldier. Born in Viterbo in humble circumstances, Ruscelli (1500-66) migrated first to Rome and then to Venice, where he corrected proofs in the printing house of Valgrisi. A friend of Bernardo Tasso, Ruscelli was one of the few to recognize early the genius of Bernardo's son Tor … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-05-16 01:26:59
Rosinus, Johannes. - Dempster, Thomas:
Köln: Bernhard Gualteri, 1620. Used. Antiquitatum romanarum corpus absolutissimum, in quo praeter ea, quae Ioannes Rosinus delineauerat, Infinita supplentur, mutantur, adduntur. Ex criticis, et omnibus utriusque linguae auctoribus collectum: Poetis, Oratoribus, Historicis, Jurisconsultis, qui laudati, explicati, correctique. Thoma Dempstero a Muresk, I. C. Scoto Auctore. Huic postremae editioni accesserunt. Electa, I. de priscis Rom. Gentil. Ac Familiis. II. de tribubus Rom. XXXV. Rusticis atque Urbanis. III. de ludis festis Q. Rom. ex Kalendario vetere. Studio and. Schotti. Soc. I. Permissu superiorum. // 4°. Beiger Pergamentband der Zeit mit einem handschriftlichem Rückentitel. (8 Seiten), 1722 Spalten, (+216 Spalten: Rerum et uerborum maxime insignium elenchus, summa diligentia in usum antiquitatis amantium conscriptus, ac in ordinem digestus.), 134 Spalten. Der Buchblock ist leicht aufgebogen, das Pergament etwas angeschmutzt. Das vordere Außengelenk ist am oberen Kapital ca. 1cm angeplatzt. Im vorderen Innendeckel befindet sich ein ca. 2x10cm ExLibris "Aus der Bibliothek der Herzogl. Sternwarte". Die Seiten sind durchgängig leicht braunfleckig. In den Spalten 1111/1112 sind insgesamt 11 Zeilen mit einem Schwarzstift unterstrichen. Ebenso vom Vorbesitzer steht neben der Spalte 1267 eine handschriftliche Anmerkung zum Text. Am oberen Seitenrand von der Spalte 106 bis zur Spalte 110 befindet sich ein Riss von ca. 1cm. Innen sonst fest und sauber. Collationiert. Gut erhaltenes Exemplar. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat und Buchhandlung Carl Wegner [Berlin, B, Germany]
2012-05-12 12:20:30
MAGINI, Giovanni Antonio
Sebastiano Bononi, Bologna, 1620. Map. Uncolored engraving. Image measures 14.25" x 18.5". Fantastic map of Rome and its environs. Geographical details including bodies of water, mountains and forests are beautifully depicted. Map also features lavish ornamental cartouches, ships in the stippled ocean and a vignette of the iconic image of Romulus, Remus and the wolf. Several small wormholes mainly along centerfold. Magini (1555-1617) was an Italian humanist and professor of astronomy. This rare map was published in his seminal work, "Italia", the first printed atlas of Italy. Although he had been compiling the atlas since 1594, Magini died before its publication. His son Fabio continued his efforts and the first edition was eventually printed by Sebastiano Bononi. For much of the 17th century "Italia" was hailed as the leading primary source of regional Italian maps and their continued use by notable mapmakers such as Blaeu and Ortelius sustained Magini's legend. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2012-05-11 15:01:00
Varanda, Jean:
Montpellier, Francis Chouët, 1620. 2 Werke in 1 Band. 8°. 10 n.n. Bl., 511 S., 4 n.n. S. Index; 4 n.n. Bl., 134 S.,1 n.n. Bl. Flexibler Pergamentband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel. Hirsch VI, 70. - Nicht bei Waller. - Wellcome I, 6490 (mit Druckort Lyon). Eines von mehreren Büchern des 1617 verstorbenen Professors in Montpellier, der selbst nichts veröffentlicht hat. Alle seine Schriften beruhen auf Kollegmitschriften seiner Studenten. Die vorliegenden Werke erschienen bereits 1615 und im gleichen Jahr bei Chouët in Genf. - Durchgehend stark wasserrandig. Die ersten 40 Blatt mit Papierverlust im Rand. Durchgehend gebräunt und fleckig. Einband stark fleckig und mit Wasserflecken. Sprache: lateinisch / latin. + Wichtig: Für unsere Kunden in der EU erfolgt der Versand alle 14 Tage verzollt ab Deutschland / Postbank-Konto in Deutschland vorhanden +
Bookseller: EOS Buchantiquariat Benz [Zürich, Switzerland]
2012-05-10 09:18:13
Campeggi Ridolfo
In fine: Bologna, Bartolomeo Cochi, 1620. Bologna: In fine: Bologna, Bartolomeo Cochi. [Figurato Bologna-Mariologia] (cm.15,7) piena pergamena originale, titolo al dorso. -- pp. 480, cc. 17 nn. + 1 c. bianca. Bel frontis completamente inciso in rame con varie figure allegoriche, angeli, strumenti della passione, la vergine e il Cristo; l' incisore è il bolognese Coriolano Bartolomeo (1599-1676) che si firma "Il Coriolano" ( Benezit III 884 ). Curioso poema in 16 canti, apparso nel 1609 in soli quattro canti, e variamente giudicato dalla critica. Per notizie sull' autore (1565-1624) bolognese, vedi: Fantuzzi " Scrittori Bolognesi " 1781 III 62; Ghilini G. " Huomini Letterati " 1647 II p.222. Edizione assolutamente rara, sconosciuta a tutta la bibliografia da noi consultata, compreso Michel-Michel, Bm. Stc. Italian, Autori Italiani del '600 e Moranti " Seicentine di Urbino ", manca anche a Bruni-Evans " In Cambridge " e in Exeter Libraries. Vecchio restauro al margine bianco di p.195 che intacca appena il testo, qualche raro lieve alone ma bell' esemplare, nitido e marginoso, stampato con vari eleganti fregi xilografici nel testo. . ottimo. Rilegato. 1620.
Bookseller: LIBRI ANTICHI E RARI FRANCESCO&CLAUDIA [AREZZO, Italy]
2012-05-09 15:34:09
BIDERMANN, Jakob
Heredes Martini Nutij, Antverpiae, 1620. 13x8'5, 216p (incl. port. con divisa grabada, puntos y manchas de óx, anotación a pluma, mancha de tinta en corte lateral), 5h (tostadas). Pergamino. - Hay otra edición de 1620, publicada en Dilligen, presumiblemente anterior. Conocido por el drama 'Cenodoxus', Bidermann (1578-1639) es el más importante de la segunda generación de autores alemanes del teatro escolar de jesuitas. Fue poeta de mérito.
Bookseller: Escalinata, librería [Navalcarnero, Madrid, Spain]
2012-05-08 09:14:02
de Victoria, Baltasar
Antonia Ramirez, Salamanca, 1620. Rare 1st edition, in vellum binding which is not original but very old; the binder used a leaf which has a portion of a royal seal on the rear free endpaper with the date 1726; also on the obverse of that leaf is written, "Huno emi libry pothuidie Kalendar gbxu 1728 - JR Vn." which I believe is the binder's signature; I may very well not have all the letters right. The spine is inscribed "Teatro de Los Dioses". Vellum is in good condition; an old rip in the rear cover has been sewn shut. Otherwise it is rippled, a little soiled, and darkened on the spine. The endpapers likewise are rippled and creased, and written on by several different people. The text is likewise good; begins with the engraved title page, which has been reinforced on the foreedge and has an old owner's name at the bottom. The first introductory page also has owner's writing. There is no loss of text anywhere, but there are water stains here and there, the worst being a brown stain at the upper right from p. 897 to the end. The final page of the 'Tabla' (table of contents, appearing after the text) has short tears in the foreedge. All text is Spanish. Note: the second volume of this work was published in 1623, and a third (by a different author) in 1688. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: PAGE ONE TOO [Albuquerque, NM, U.S.A.]
2012-05-03 16:59:59
Plutarco.
In Venetia, appresso Marco Ginami, 1620 (In Venetia, appresso Antonio Turini ad instantia di Marco Ginami, 1620), voll. 2, in-4, legature non uniformi: piena pergamena del Settecento la prima parte, cartonatura settecentesca la seconda (questa con mancanze al dorso) pp. [76], 1011, [1] - [40], 536. Con marche tipografiche ai frontespizi e cornici xilografiche recanti ritratti in medaglione all'inizio di ciascuna vita. Lievi gore, sporadici tarletti marginali alla seconda parte. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Oreste Gozzini snc [Firenze, FI, Italy]
2012-04-29 15:04:28
ZOES, Gerardus, SUCQUET, Antonius
- Eerste Boeck. Tweede Boeck. Derde Boeck. Talrijke (ca.31) scherpe volblad gravures. Mogelijk ontbreken er. Titelblad ontbreekt? In "Voorreden" ontbreekt hoekje met klein verlies van minder belangrijke tekst. Blz. 527 tot 530 herstellingen aan randen, zonder belangrijk tekstverlies. 791 Bladz. + Tafel, in8. T'Anwerpen, Hendrik Aertssens, Anno 1620. Oude verstorven half-perkamenten band met 4 nerven. Boven en onder ontbreekt stukje. Zeer zeldzaam!
Bookseller: DEGHELDERE Bookshop * Buchhandlung
2012-04-26 15:32:43
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Hardcover. NEW TESTAMENT: Geneva, Petrus de la Rouiere, 1620. 8vo, pp. [8] 16, 453 [1]. Engraved title page, introduction in Latin with engraved head and tail pieces, main text in Greek, some foxing to early pp., some contemporary marginal notes in Greek of which a little has been lost when the margins were trimmed during a rebinding. THE WHOLE BOOKE OF PSALMES, London, Company of Stationers, 1629. 8vo, pp. [10] 91 [11]. Title page with 1 inch closed tear to foredge margin, woodcut headpiece, initial letters and musical notation, upper margins trimmed close but no loss of text. BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER, London, Bonham Norton and John Bill, 1629. 8vo, unpaginated *4 A-B8 *2 C-E8. Title page and Almanacke printed in red and black, occassional marginal notes written in latin in a contemporary hand, notes truncated by trimmed margins, upper margin trimmed close just touching running titles in places. Bound in three quarter calf over marbled boards, upper joint cracked and upper board weakly attached, corners, edges and spine ends rubbed with loss of leather, some marks to endpapers. , 8vo .
Bookseller: double B books
2012-04-23 14:25:55
MAGANZA Giovanni Battista.
Venezia e poi Vicenza per Domenico Amadio 1620 4 parti in un vol. in-16, pp. 136, 144, 144, 256, leg. p. perg. coeva con tass. al d. Risguardi in carta dec. Tagli rossi. Marca tipografica in legno su ciascuno dei quattro front. Raccolta completa delle quattro parti delle Rime uscite separatamente nel XVI sec. in cui il Maganza (Este 1509-1589) riunisce le proprie poesie in vernacolo a quelle di Agostino Rapa e Bartolomeo Rustichello. Vedova, Scrittori padovani: "... scrissero nel dialetto rustico padovano, e tutti tre nascosero i proprii nomi sotto quelli di Menon il primo, di Maganò il secondo e Begotto il terzo. Le loro rime a stampa che ci restano vanno unite". Bmc 515 con collazione diversa. Picc. mancanza di perg. al piatto ant. e foro di tarlo al margine bianco inf. passante nella prima parte. Bell'esempl. [224]
Bookseller: SCRIPTORIUM Studio Bibliografico [Mantova, MN, Italy]
2012-04-16 16:37:01
TARDITI, Paolo 2nd half of the 16th century - after 1649
Rome Luca Antonio Soldi 1620. 2 volumes. Small quarto. Contemporary carta rustica wrappers. Cantus secundi Di Chori: 1f. (r. title, v. dedication to Michaeli Angelo Tonto S.R.E. Cardionali Amplissimo), 3-34 pp. printed music, 1f. (r. Alli Lettori, v. index). Tenor Secundi Chori: 1f. (r. title, v. dedication), 3- 31 printed music with index to lower portion of p. 31, [i] "Alli Lettori" pp. Titles printed within woodcut borders with woodcut device. Music printed typographically in diamond-head notation. Decorative woodcut initials throughout. With early ownership signature to titles and early manuscript titling to wrappers. Wrappers somewhat worn, reinforced at spine, with some worming. Some wear and browning; occasional small stains; edges chipped; some signatures split; several tears repaired; many leaves repaired at inner margins; edges to title of Cantus part torn with minor loss, with some repairs; title and three following leaves to Tenor part with some worming, just affecting text and notation; some additional worming throughout.. First (and only) Edition. Gaspari II, p. 317. RISM T225 (no copies in the U.S. or Great Britain). "Tarditi's most interesting works are those in his collection of 1620. This consists of music for double choir - five psalms and a Magnificat for voices alone and nine psalms, a Magnificat and four Marian antiphons in the concertato style with instrumental accompaniment; together with G.F. Anerio's Il teatro armonico spirituale (1619), this last-named group of 14 works affords the earliest instance of the use of obbligato instruments in wor … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-04-05 17:59:27
QU HUI CHENG
Military Yi Wen Pub. Date :2010-01-01 version 1. paperback. New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Pages Number: 1620 Publisher: Military Yi Wen Pub. Date :2010-01-01 version 1. Contents: break through the battlefield of the three threshold. wars of the root idea that wonderful day in the support brave soldiers . Xiang Yu. Han Xin who is powerful Do not want the general's soldiers are not good soldiers. frowned and Total Annihilation on the battlefield. beauty and ugliness. national ideals and beliefs and feelings. social rule of law and fighting spirit. Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back.
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2012-03-19 14:41:04
Soler Donzell, Francisco
Llorens Déu, Barcelona 1620 - 8º, Portada con escudo grabado, (54) hojas. Medio pergamino, tejuelo, ruedas doradas. Buen ejemplar de este interesante texto comercial que rebate la ordenación dictada por el Consell de Cent de Barcelona sobre lo que deben pagar los mercaderes forasteros por las mercancías que entren o salgan de la ciudad, tanto por mar como por tierra, entendiendo por forasteros quienes no son naturales de Barcelona o Cataluña, aunque tengan casa en la ciudad. En la parte superior de la portada consta: Jesus Maria, cum B. Francisco Raymundo et Patiano (Palau 317706). Comercio. Cataluña. Economía. Barcelona. Commerce. Catalonia. Economy.
Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Studio
2012-03-13 22:15:55
Marino G.B.
In Milano, appresso Gio Battista Bidelli, 1620, in-12, leg. ottocentesca in mezza pelle verde, dorso con fregi, filetti e titolo in oro, piatti in carta marmorizzata, tagli gialli, pp. [12], 318, [18], 47 [ma 51], [33]. A carta O4 comincia, con proprio front. la seconda parte, intitolata: "Le Sculture". Con marche tipografiche sui frontespizi. Esemplare privo delle carte I12, K1, K2, K11. Circoscritta gora con lievi difetti al margine interno alle carte finali di indice. Prima edizione. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Oreste Gozzini snc [Firenze, Italy]
2012-03-10 04:14:12
KEMPIS THOMA A - VAN KEMPEN THOMAS
Edition : AUGUSTORITI PICTONUM - POITIERS, EX PRAELO ANTONII MESNERII REGIS & ACADEMIAE TYPOGRAPHI, 1620 - (12), 424, (11) pages, in-12, 12,5 cm, relié - Bon état ¶ Authore Thoma a Kempis canonico regulari, ordini Divi Augustini - Ad autographum emendati - Editio ultima prioribus castigatior - Texte latin avec en regard une traduction grecque - En tête, la dédicace de Sommalius à Léonard Betten (1598) et son épître au lecteur (1600), et la vie de Thomas a Kempis - Daté par la BNF 1620-1625 - Marque au titre - Les p. 17-24 et 424 sont redoublées - Table en fin - Reliure d'époque plein cuir brun - Reliure frottée, petits manques en coiffes et en charniere - Mouillures sur les premiers et derniers feuillets - Légère rousseur génrale
Bookseller: Librairie Livres 113 [BEAUTIRAN, France]
2012-03-09 15:01:09
MAGNUS, JOHANNES - ERICH JÖRANSSON (TEGEL).
Stockholm, Ignatium Meurer, 1620. - Stockholm, Christoffer Reusner, 1622. Folio. Indbundet i et samtidigt hellæderbind over træ med 5 ægte bind på ryggen. Begge permer med rigt blindtrykte rammer. Rester af beslag til lukkestroppe. Ryg med nogle krakeleringer ved forreste fals. Hjørner let stødte. Ganske få marginalrifter. Nogle læg i slutningen af Tegel's værk brunede. Få spredte brunpletter.<br>Titelbladet i rød/sort med rigsvåbnet i træsnit. (8),XVI,663 (664 blankt),(26) pp. Kolophon: "Tryckt i Stockholm, hoos Ignatium Meurer Anno M. DC. XX. - Tegel: Begge titelblade trykt i rød/sort. (14),324,(14);(6),416,(8) pp. Kolophon: "Tryckt i Stockholm hoos Chr. Reusnerum, medh Authoris eghet förlagh och bekostningh. Anno M.D. CXXII. ¶ Johannes Magnus' værk er den sjældne første svenske udgave af hans berømte værk "Historia de omnibus Gothorum Sveonumque regibus" 1554. Værket var inspirationskilden til Sveriges stormaktsideologi i 1600-tallet.- Colljin: 558.<br><br>Tegels værk er originaludgaven. "Tegel sammanskref denna Historia på Kong Carl XII:s Befalning, til Vederläggning på Arild Huitfelds Danska Chrönika om Kon. Christian III i Danmark; men beskylles före, at hafva i det stället snarare, ånda til Danskan Ordasätten följt, och afskrifvit densamma. At Tegel på mangå ställen ord ifrån ord afskrifvit Biskop Peder Swarts Krönika, er redan här ofvanföre...anmärkt."( Warmholtz Nr. 3041). - Colljin: 913-14.
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2012-03-06 17:02:11
MAGINI GIOVANNI ANTONIO.
Bologna. Incisione in rame, colorata a mano, mm 355x480. Piacevole carta del territorio, tratta da "Italia" il fondamentale primo atlante con carte di tutta la penisola, che il geografo e matematico Magini realizzÚ a fine '500, ma che, a causa della sua morte, fu pubblicato solo nel 1620 dal figlio. Grazie ai contatti personali con le istituzioni ed i pi? importanti cartografi del tempo, Magini ebbe a disposizione materiale cartografico talvolta inedito o comunque non disponibile per gli studiosi. La sua opera costituÏ il fondamento di tutta la cartografia del XVII secolo, venendo costantemente copiata da tutti i successivi autori. Due bei cartigli. Bell'esemplare con trascurabili tracce di sporco superficiale ai margini. cartografia.
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini [Verona, VR, Italy]
2012-02-25 20:16:47
ENGLAND, NORFOLK: Speed, John:
London, c. 1620. Copper engraving, 38.5 x 50.5 cms, recent hand-colour, English text to verso; the earlier plate, engraved by Renold Elstrack and issued with his name added by Sudbury and Humble 1614-27 (see Skelton 14).
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2012-02-06 16:12:40
MAGINI GIOVANNI ANTONIO.
Bologna, 1620. Incisione in rame, 345x460. Tratta da "Italia", l'importantissimo atlante pubblicato postumo da Fabio Magini, figlio del celebre astronomo e matematico padovano, il primo a delineare e concepire un atlante interamente dedicato all'Italia; per questa opera egli si servÏ di numerose carte inedite, che riuscÏ a reperire grazie a conoscenze personali. Il risultato finale assai originale, amalgama di lavori pubblicati a stampa in precedenza e topografie manoscritte, risultÚ influenzare, per la sua modernit?, la cartografia della penisola fino all'inizio del '700. Esemplare molto bello. cartografia.
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini [Verona, VR, Italy]
2012-01-31 18:02:52
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Hardcover. NEW TESTAMENT: Geneva, Petrus de la Rouiere, 1620. 8vo, pp. [8] 16, 453 [1]. Engraved title page, introduction in Latin with engraved head and tail pieces, main text in Greek, some foxing to early pp., some contemporary marginal notes in Greek of which a little has been lost when the margins were trimmed during a rebinding. THE WHOLE BOOKE OF PSALMES, London, Company of Stationers, 1629. 8vo, pp. [10] 91 [11]. Title page with 1 inch closed tear to foredge margin, woodcut headpiece, initial letters and musical notation, upper margins trimmed close but no loss of text. BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER, London, Bonham Norton and John Bill, 1629. 8vo, unpaginated *4 A-B8 *2 C-E8. Title page and Almanacke printed in red and black, occassional marginal notes written in latin in a contemporary hand, notes truncated by trimmed margins, upper margin trimmed close just touching running titles in places. Bound in three quarter calf over marbled boards, upper joint cracked and upper board weakly attached, corners, edges and spine ends rubbed with loss of leather, some marks to endpapers. , 8vo .
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2012-01-17 19:26:36
Fioretti Benedetto
appresso Zanobi Pignoni 1620-1627, in Firenze. Ottima legatura recente in mz. pelle con nervi, ricchi fregi e titolo oro su tassello rosso al ds. Leggera ed uniforme ingiallitura della carta. Edizione originale. L Opera del Fioretti fu completata nel 1660 da altri due volumi. Buon esemplare. Lancetti, p. 194 4to (cm. 21), 156 pp., 148 pp., 403 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Ex Libris ALAI-ILAB/LILA member [Roma, Italy]
2011-12-11 12:13:24
HONDIUS / MERCATOR ).
Amsterdam., 1620. MAP, 39 x 50 cms, Verso: text in Latin, Aragonia et Catalonia . foliated: Ggg. / Paginated: 125,126. .Wide margins. 1620 is approximative. KEYWORDS: Spain.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Rijzende Zon [Tilburg, N.-BR, Netherlands]
2011-12-10 22:38:37
BELARMINO, Cardinale Roberto Francesco Romulo (1542-1621)
Lyon: Lugduni, sumptibus Iacobi Cardon et Petri Cavellat, 1620. 8vo.; 12 hs., 336 pp. Ejemplar con la portada montada, con pérdida de algunas letras, y con taladros marginales en la última página de texto que afectan a algunas letras. Encuadernación de época, en pergamino.
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2011-12-06 07:05:11
Pollio, Lucas
Breslau, David Müller 1620. 33 cm. 3 Teile in 1 Band. (12), 610, (24); (10 und 2 weiße), 635, (29); (12), 681, (23) Seiten mit 3 (wiederholten) Holzschnitt-Titeleinfassungen, 1 Kupfer-Porträt (Teil 1 Titel verso), 76 Textholzschnitten, Teil 1 und 3 Titel rot und schwarz. Blind und 2 Druckermarken (am Ende von Teil 1 und 3). Geprägter Schweinsleder-Band der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit 2 Messing-Schließen, 8 Messing-Eckbeschlägen und 2 Messing-Buckeln - VD17 23:632452H - ADB 26, 394 - Gedruckt bei Abraham Lamberg und Andreas Mamitzsch, Leipzig. Enthält Sonntagspredigten (Teil 1 und 2) und Festtagspredigten (Teil 3). Pollio (1536 - 1583) studierte in Frankfurt/Oder, Wittenberg und Leipzig; war 1562 Lehrer des Elisabeth-Gymnasiums in Breslau; Diakon an der Elisabeth-Kirche, seit 1567 Pastor an der Marien-Magdalenen-Kirche in Breslau. "Seine, durch vielseitige Gelehrsamkeit gekennzeichneten Kanzelreden sind beachtenswerthe Zeugnisse der damaligen homiletischen Theologie" (ADB). Mit Vorrede seines Sohnes Joachim Pollio, der 1618 sein Amtsnachfolger wurde. Einige Textholzschnitte sind mit "HH", "MI" und "MG" monogrammiert (vgl. Nagler, Monogr. III, 1023). auf dem hinteren fliegenden Vorsatz 2 zeitgenössische handschriftliche Eintragungen: Eheschließung des Bernhard von Lohn(?) mit Susanna Oberholtz am 2. März 1628; Tod des Bernhard von Lohn am 7. März 1639. In Faksimile auf farblich passendem Papier: Teil 1 Seiten 155-156, 585-586; Teil 2 Seiten 595-596; Teil 3 Seiten 373-396; die Textseiten sind im Satzspiegel mehr oder wenige gebräunt. -
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2011-12-02 18:43:03
DELRIO, Martin Antonio
Paris, Billaine 1620.. gr.-8°. 8 Bll., 188, 315, 559 S. 82 S. (Index). Mit Titelvign. Tit. in Rot u. Schwarz. Pgmt. d. Zt. Mit hs. Rückentit., Rü. restaur. Eckbriss a. Tit. u. Schlußbl. unterlegt.. Martin DELRIO (Del Rio), Jesuit, vielseitiger Gelehrter, (1551 in Antwerpen als Sohn spanischer Eltern - 1608 in Löwen), studierte die Rechte, Philosophie und alte und neue Sprachen in Paris, Douai, Löwen und Salamanca und promovierte 1574 in Salamanca. In seiner juristischen Laufbahn rückte er auf bis zum Vizekanzler und Generalprokurator von Brabant. 1580 trat er in Valladolid dem Jesuitenorden bei und lehrte nach den theologischen Studien und der Priesterweihe als Professor in Douai, in Lüttich, Löwen, Graz und Salamanca.
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2011-11-20 22:21:45
MAGINI, Giovanni Antonio
Sebastiano Bononi, Bologna, 1620. Map. Engraving with hand coloring. Image measures 13 7/8" x 17 5/8". Beautifully detailed map of Orvieto in Umbria. Shows Lake Bolsena and features ornate cartouches. Minor toning to centerfold and a small chip to bottom edge. Magini (1555-1617) was an Italian humanist and professor of astronomy. This rare map was published in his seminal work, "Italia", the first printed atlas of Italy. Although he had been compiling the atlas since 1594, Magini died before its publication. His son Fabio continued his efforts and the first edition was eventually printed by Sebastiano Bononi. For much of the 17th century "Italia" was hailed as the leading primary source of regional Italian maps and their continued use by notable mapmakers such as Blaeu and Ortelius sustained Magini's legend. [Attributes: First Edition]
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2011-10-28 08:29:37
Dionysio Gothofredo
Symptimbus Samvelis Crispini, 1620. Condition: Acceptable. Book Condition: Poor Condition; Dustjacket: No Dust Jacket. Dionysio Gothofredo Institutiones Theophilo Antecessore (Graeco Interprete) Hardcover (Vellum) Symptimbus Samvelis Crispini, 1620 Poor Condition Book Publishing Details Author:Dionysio Gothofredo Full title:Institutiones Theophilo Antecessore (Graeco Interprete)Publisher:Symptimbus Samvelis Crispini, 1620Binding:Hardcover (Vellum)ISBN:No ISBNSize:8mo - over 7 3/4" - 9 3/4" tallPages:329Book ID:001260 Comments & Item Features Category: Language & Linguistics. Language: Multiple. ISBN: No ISBN. Book Condition Report Book Condition: Poor Condition. Dust Jacket: No Dust Jacket. Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is loose but is not detached. Major water damage to covers and text. Size of Item & Shipped Weight Size: 8mo - over 7 3/4" - 9 3/4" tall. Shipped Weight: 1 - 2 pounds. Keywords this Item & Common Mis-spells BZDB26 NOISBN BLXRHO Language & Linguistics; Non-English Language::Greek; Non-English Language::Latin; Institutiones Theophilo Antecessore Graeco Interprete Dionysio Gothofredo.
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2011-10-12 21:24:00
MAGINI, Giovanni Antonio
Sebastiano Bononi, Bologna, 1620. Map. Uncolored engraving. Image measures 13.5" x 17 7/8". Great map of Treviso and its environs including Venice. Rivers, mountains and islands are beautifully detailed and map features ornate decorative cartouches. Minor scattered staining to margins, several small wormholes, mainly along centerfold. Magini (1555-1617) was an Italian humanist and professor of astronomy. This rare map was published in his seminal work, "Italia", the first printed atlas of Italy. Although he had been compiling the atlas since 1594, Magini died before its publication. His son Fabio continued his efforts and the first edition was eventually printed by Sebastiano Bononi. For much of the 17th century "Italia" was hailed as the leading primary source of regional Italian maps and their continued use by notable mapmakers such as Blaeu and Ortelius sustained Magini's legend. [Attributes: First Edition]
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2011-10-12 06:09:20
Gothofredo, Dionysio
Symptimbus Samvelis Crispini 1620 - Size: 8mo - over 7 3/4" - 9 3/4" tall. 329 pp. Text is in multiple languages. Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is loose but is not detached. Major water damage to covers and text. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 pounds. Category: Language & Linguistics; Non-English Language::Greek; Non-English Language::Latin; Inventory No: 001260. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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2011-09-05 19:50:36
MAGINI, Giovanni Antonio
Sebastiano Bononi, Bologna, 1620. Map. Engraving with hand coloring. Image measures 13.5" x 17 15/16". Beautifully detailed map of Brescia and its mountainous environs in Lombardy. Shows Lake Garda and Lake Iseo and features ornate architectural cartouches. North is oriented to the right. Minor staining to margins and a tear to bottom edge. Magini (1555-1617) was an Italian humanist and professor of astronomy. This rare map was published in his seminal work, "Italia", the first printed atlas of Italy. Although he had been compiling the atlas since 1594, Magini died before its publication. His son Fabio continued his efforts and the first edition was eventually printed by Sebastiano Bononi. For much of the 17th century "Italia" was hailed as the leading primary source of regional Italian maps and their continued use by notable mapmakers such as Blaeu and Ortelius sustained Magini's legend. [Attributes: First Edition]
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2011-08-28 15:51:19
MAGINI, Giovanni Antonio
Bologna: Sebastiano Bononi, 1620. unbound. very good. Map. Engraving with hand coloring. Image measures 13 7/8" x 18.5". Fantastic map of the Amalfi coast showing Naples, Capri, Salerno and the Gulf of Policastro. Features include ornate architectural cartouches and several ships in the stippled water. Minor staining to margins, a small original or early skinning south of the Sorrentine Peninsula, and a chip to bottom edge. Magini (1555-1617) was an Italian humanist and professor of astronomy. This rare map was published in his seminal work, "Italia", the first printed atlas of Italy. Although he had been compiling the atlas since 1594, Magini died before its publication. His son Fabio continued his efforts and the first edition was eventually printed by Sebastiano Bononi. For much of the 17th century "Italia" was hailed as the leading primary source of regional Italian maps and their continued use by notable mapmakers such as Blaeu and Ortelius sustained Magini's legend.
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2011-07-02 14:20:19
MAGINI, Giovanni Antonio
Sebastiano Bononi, Bologna, 1620. Map. Uncolored engraving. Image measures 13 3/8" x 17 7/8". Beautiful dark impression of part of Tuscany, featuring Lucca and its environs. Geographical details including bodies of water and mountains are beautifully depicted. Map also features lavish ornamental cartouches and ocean waves are in Mercator's signature style. Light scattered staining and several small wormholes along centerfold. Magini (1555-1617) was an Italian humanist and professor of astronomy. This rare map was published in his seminal work, "Italia", the first printed atlas of Italy. Although he had been compiling the atlas since 1594, Magini died before its publication. His son Fabio continued his efforts and the first edition was eventually printed by Sebastiano Bononi. For much of the 17th century "Italia" was hailed as the leading primary source of regional Italian maps and their continued use by notable mapmakers such as Blaeu and Ortelius sustained Magini's legend. [Attributes: First Edition]
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2011-03-12 23:56:31
MAGINI GIOVANNI ANTONIO.
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini [Verona, VR, Italy]
2010-10-22 00:17:39
Adamus, Melchior
Frankfurt: Nikolaus Hoffmann for Jonas Rosa; Johann Georg Geyder for the widow of Jonas Rosa, 1618; 1620. First editions. 1 vols. 8vo. Biographical Dictionary of Reformation Minds. Melchior Adams (c. 1575-1622) was one of the most important biographers of the savants (mostly German, Swiss, and Dutch) of the 16th century, and his meticulously researched biographies are an essential source of our knowledge of the lives of the thinkers of the Reformation -- including theologians, philosophers, jurists, and physicians. The first title, biographies of non-Germanic theologians, with accounts of Calvin, Knox, Cranmer, Whitaker, Beza, et. al.; while the second title, a biographical dictionary of German medical scientists, includes Vesalius, Munster, Gesner, et al. STC/German 17th-century A-147; STC/German 17th-century A-142; Wellcome Library 33. Contemporary vellum (lower portion of binding renewed), with ms. titles on spine. With a cardinal's coat of arms dated 1724 stamped in red on first title. Text browned, but a good solid copy.
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2010-10-06 10:25:12
Bonarelli, Prospero.
1620. Florence: Pietro Cecconcelli, 1620. Small 4to, [xiv], 162, [ii] pp. With an etched title-page and five double-page etched plates by Jacques Callot. Strictly contemporary limp vellum, backstrip titled in manuscript, some wear and soiling to binding and an inoffensive waterstain in the lower margin from a2-D2, but an entirely unsophisticated copy with superb strikes of the plates. § First edition of this important tragedy, produced in 1619 and published many times in the 17th century. The illustrations are regarded as some of Callot's finest work. "French etcher, engraver, and draughtsman. He was one of the most accomplished printmakers in the Western tradition and one of the major exponents of the Mannerist style in the early 17th century. His often fantastic compositions combine grotesque and elegant elements in a compelling and personal manner." (Grove, Dictionary of Art). Callot based his illustrations on the work of his colleague Parigi, architect and chief designer of courtly festivities under the Grand Duke Cosimo Medici II, who died two years later causing Callot to return to his native Nancy. Gamba 1810. Cicognara 1086. Lieure 363-368. The book is quite scarce, especially in unsophisticated condition and with such fine impressions of the plates. The Schaeffer copy, for example (1994, lot 38), had the plates on stubs, was cut down slightly, and rebound in recent red morocco. Of the six copies at auction since 1975, only one was in contemporary vellum (1978).
Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller [U.S.A.]
2010-08-30 18:03:39
Dreißigjähriger Krieg
VD17 14:005248B - vgl. Hohenemser 4993 u. Apponyi 783: "höchst interessantes Büchlein" (beide and. Drucke).- Einer von mindestens 4 Drucken des Jahres 1620.- Titel gestempelt, gebräunt od. etw. fleckig.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller [Salzburg, Austria]
2010-05-02 16:37:12
MEERBEECK, Adriaan van [1563-c1630]
Antwerp: Hieronymus Verdussen, 1620., 1620. folio. pp. 4 p.l., 1286, [35]index, [1]list of portraits, [1 leaf]. text in double columns. engraved title & 23 engraved portraits (3 not called for in list of portraits & apparently inserted from another source). extra-illustrated with 18 double-page etched & engraved plates by Romeyn de Hooghe. large woodcut printer's device on recto of last leaf. woodcut tailpiece & 3 initials. 17th century sprinkled calf, gilt back (joints cracked & weak, spine dry & flaking, extremities chipped, some foxing & browning but the plates clean). First Edition of this history of the Dutch Wars of Independence against Hispano-Catholic rule. Four of the engraved portraits (three of which are apparently inserted from another source) were done by Pieter De Jode. This copy is extra-illustrated with 18 fine double-page plates of sieges and battle scenes by Romeyn de Hooghe: Oestervel, Valenciennes, Gemblours, Tournai, Oudenaarde, Steenberghen, Antwerp, &c. According to the NUC (listed under LEDESMA, citing only the Folger copy), these plates were part of a series apparently intended for a French edition of Strada's De Bello Belgico, entitled Première [.Troisième.] Partie des Guerres de Flandres; they first appeared with Spanish inscriptions in the 1682 Spanish edition of Strada's work. Graesse IV 464.. F. Hardcover.
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2010-05-02 16:37:12
Hooch [or Hooghe], Nicolaus Van der
1620. A Seventeenth-Century Dutch "Casebook" Hoogh [Hoogh, or Hooghe], Nicolaas van der [c. 1580-1624]. Singularia Juris, Ex Celeberrimorum Jureconsultorum et Imprimis Recentium Practicorum Scriptione Deprompta. Nunc Primum Typis Excusa. Antwerp: Apud Guilielmum a Tongris, 1620. [xxviii], 263, [40] pp. Octavo (6-1/2" x 4-1/2"). Contemporary limp vellum, early hand-lettered title to spine. Faint early manuscript annotations to covers, light soiling and some shelfwear, front pastedown partially detached, rear pastedown loose, opening rear hinge. Light browning to text, struck-through early owner signature to title page, early annotations to margins in a few places, extensive annotations to rear endleaves. An appealing copy of a scarce title. * Only edition. Hoogh was a doctor juris and an advocate of the High Court of Mechelin, an influential tribunal. Like a modern casebook, Hoogh's book is a collection of cases arranged to demonstrate general legal principles. It cites numerous medieval and Renaissance authors. OCLC locates 4 copies, all in the Netherlands. Other copy located in the Robbins Collection at UC-Berkeley and Harvard Law school. Dekkers, Bibliotheca Belgica Juridica 83.
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2010-03-23 09:12:01
[Saumaise, Claude.]
[Hieronymus Drouart], 1620. Folio, 3 parts in 1, pp. [12], 255, [41] index; 519, [81] index; 258, [22] index; large engraved vignette of a galleon on title-p., title printed in red and black, woodcut ornaments and initials; 18th century mottled calf, double-ruled border on covers, morocco label lettered in gilt on gilt-paneled spine, edges stained red; upper joint starting, but generally a very good, handsome copy. First edition of Salmasius' important recension of this collection of the lives of 30 Roman emperors, from Hadrian to Numerian, for which he used a 9th century manuscript written at Fulda and now preserved at Bamberg, a direct copy of the prime source held at the Vatican. Salmasius adds to his own copious notes those of Isaac Casaubon. Salmasius's notes display "not only massive erudition but massive good sense as well; his perception of the meaning of his author is commonly very acute and his corrections of the text are frequently highly felicitous" (EB-11). Claude de Saumaise (1588-1653) was a classical scholar who became professor at Leiden in 1631 taking the vacant chair last held by Scaliger. He was widely influential among his contemporaries but is best known for his polemic with Milton prompted by his Defensio regia pro Carolo I of 1649. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [U.S.A.]
2010-03-19 21:55:47
MERCATOR, Gerard
Amsterdam: Jocus Hondius. unbound. very good. Map. Uncolored engraving. Image measures 12.25" x 15.75". Beautiful impression of Ukraine showing the area north of the Black Sea including Moscow, circa 1620. Nicely detailed geographic features. Latin text on verso. Overall toning. Full original margins. Small tear to bottom left edge. Mercator (1512-1594) was an accomplished mathematician, cartographer, globe maker and engraver but is best known for the Mercator Projection. Incorporating the newly accepted fact that the world is round, Mercator was able to render longitude lines consistently straight on a chart. Although this requires some distortion, it was of great use for navigators, and is historically important, as it is still the most commonly used projection today.
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2010-03-14 10:31:36
de Victoria, Baltasar
Antonia Ramirez, Salamanca, 1620. Rare 1st edition, in vellum binding which is not original but very old; the binder used a leaf which has a portion of a royal seal on the rear free endpaper with the date 1726; also on the obverse of that leaf is written, "Huno emi libry pothuidie Kalendar gbxu 1728 - JR Vn." which I believe is the binder's signature; I may very well not have all the letters right. The spine is inscribed "Teatro de Los Dioses". Vellum is in good condition; an old rip in the rear cover has been sewn shut. Otherwise it is rippled, a little soiled, and darkened on the spine. The endpapers likewise are rippled and creased, and written on by several different people. The text is likewise good; begins with the engraved title page, which has been reinforced on the foreedge and has an old owner's name at the bottom. The first introductory page also has owner's writing. There is no loss of text anywhere, but there are water stains here and there, the worst being a brown stain at the upper right from p. 897 to the end. The final page of the 'Tabla' (table of contents, appearing after the text) has short tears in the foreedge. All text is Spanish. Note: the second volume of this work was published in 1623, and a third (by a different author) in 1688. [Attributes: First Edition]
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2010-02-10 01:00:13
HAMCONIUS (HAMCKEMA), M. / HAMCONII
Franeker : J. Lamrinck for J. Starter, 1620.. Title printed in black and red within woodcut border and w. woodcut vignette, 2 large woodcut coats of arms verso title-p., etched portrait of the author and 53 full-length portraits of Frisian rulers within woodcut borders by FEDDES VAN HARLINGEN, showing in the background places, buildings and scenes connected with the lives of the depicted persons. Lacks 4 prelim. leaves, replaced b leaves of the 1609 edition. (26), 127, (5) leaves,1 woodcut plate of coats of arms and 53 engr. portr. within a decorative border, index HARDCOVER: (Contemp. calf, gilt. vignet on spine, cover worn and loosening, bookplates, annot. on endpaper,a few engrav. (partly) hand col. Interior VERY GOOD) ¶ VERY RARE AND SOUGHT AFTER. Haitsma Mulier/ Van der Lem 204,a; De Wind p.348-349; Van Someren I, p.103-104; Hollstein VI, p.240; F.M. 89. The second and most desirable edition (first Münster, 1609), the first with the illustrations. P. 74:ff: "Contains an account of a voyage of the Frisons to America and Chile, long before Columbus." Sabin 29937.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Sigma [Netherlands]
2010-02-03 16:43:10
Mauro, Pirro
1620. Mauro, Pirro [16th/17th c.]. Tractatus de Fideiussoribus: In Quo Tota Fideiussionum, Satisdationum, & Cautionum Materia Latissime Explicatur. Omnibus tam in Scholis, Quam in Foro Versantibus Valde Utilis, & Necessarius. Opus Novum, Et Satis Dilucidatum, Discussum, Declaratum, Ornatumque. Cum Suis Argumentis, Numeris, Summariis, Ac Indice Copioso, & Locupleti. Quibus Addita Fuit Eiusdem Authoris, Quaedam Brevis Explicatio ad Materias de Solutionibus, Oblationibus, & Retentionibus Utilas, & Notatu Digna, & Scitu Necessaria. Venice: Ex Typographica Officina Io. Baptistae Ciotti, 1620. 645 (i.e., 637), 139, [23] pp. Main text in parallel columns. De Solutionibus has separate title page and pagination. Quarto (8-1/2" x 6"). Later marbled boards, hand-lettered title label to spine, speckled edges, endpapers renewed. Light rubbing to extremities, corners bumped, backstrip just starting to detach near head, partial crack between front free endpaper and title page. Large woodcut printer device to title page, woodcut head-pieces and decorated initials. Later owner bookplate to front pastedown, early underlining in a few places, interior otherwise clean. A nice copy of a scarce title. * First edition. Mauro's treatise discusses obligations, suretyship and guaranty in Roman law. Although little is know about its reception history, it appears to have enjoyed a moderate degree of success; another Venetian edition was published in 1622. Publications in Frankfurt and Nuremberg followed in 1631 and 1640. Not in Roberts or the British Museum Catalogue.
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