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        Il Trinciante [bound with] Lo Scalco.

      Padua: Martini Stampator Camerale/ Guasparri Crivellari. 1621/1623. Small oblong quarto. Twentieth century wood-patterned boards; pp. 18, 28 plates illustrating methods of carving meat with manuscript additions, missing folding plate of carving utensils; pp. 46, missing all 3 plates; very good. First editions. Significant because it contains the first printings of two parts of what became Giegher's Tre Trattati (1629). The third part, on napkin folding, was never printed individually. Il Trinciato deals with the art of carving meant, while Lo Scalco (The Steward) concerns service; the three parts together became one of the most important guides to the serving of meals in the best houses, and the carving illustrations are both fascinating and appealing. Mattia Giegher (c.1589 - c. 1639, born Matthias Jager in Moosburg, Bavaria) moved to Italy in around 1616 and was so famed for his mastery of the arts of hospitality that he lectured on the subject at the University of Padua. Banqueting was an important facet of European diplomacy and it was of more than domestic importance that the niceties were performed correctly. Tre Trattati itself is a very rare work, only 17 copies being recorded on Worldcat; it records 2 copies of Lo Scalco, and none of Il Trinciato. Although sadly lacking some plates, this is an item of utmost scarcity.

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        CORPUS IURIS CIVILIS - Prudentum responsa Caesarumque rescripta

      VENEZIA: Apud Iuntas, 1621. rilegato. BUONO. 19,5 26,5. I, II, III USATO

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        VVarachtighe beschrijvinghe ende levendighe afbeeldinghe vande meer dan onmenschelijcke ende barbarische Tyrannije bedreven by de Spaengiaerden inde Nederlanden onder de regieringen van den Keyser Carel V, Philips II en Philips III coningen van Spaengien. z. pl., 1621. [, 523, e titel: 'De onmenschelicke barbarische en grouwelijcke Tyrannije der Spangniaerden in Nederlandt'].

      4o,Oblong, gebonden in eigentijdse perkamenten band, (8)+278 pag. Geillustreerd met 3 portretten en 37 historieprenten, laatste pagina wat kort afgesneden en gerestaureerd, doch zonder tekstverlies. Goed en compleet exemplaar. Oud exlibris met pen: Michael Artzen. C1833.

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        Recht-banck tegen de ijdele, korselige ende wispelturige vrouwen. Wraeck-sucht der weduwen, mitsgaders der regeersuchtige vrouwen. Geeft ook vonnis over den lof van alle deughdsame en godtvreesende vrouwen. [...] Oock is hier achter by gevoeght een t'samenspraeck of de vrouwen menschen zijn of niet. Utrecht, J. van Poolsum, 1687.

      4°, gebonden in 19e- eeuwse half leren band, 95 pag., geillustreerd met exlibris van Jean Jacobs en een oud eigendomsstempeltje van George Martens, advocaat te Gent. C1088."Joseph Swetnam (overleden ca. 1621) publiceerde zijn boek 'The araignment of lewd [...] woman' in 1615 onder het pseudoniem Thomas Tell-troth, maar al gauw was bekend dat de schermmeester Swetnam de auteur was. Hij stond bekend als 'the woman-hater'. Het boek werd vele malen herdrukt en kreeg in Engeland grote bekendheid. Er bestaan enkele uitgaven in het Nederlands, die alle zeer zeldzaam zijn. Het boek is verdeeld in drie delen en een vierde gedeelte onder de titel 'Discours ofte t'Samen-spraeck of de vrouwen menschen zijn of niet'. De vier delen hebben een doorlopende paginering en katern signalering, maar elk met een eigen titelpagina met illustratie in houtsnede ( drie maal een rechter achter een tafel die wordt uitgescholden door zes vrouwen voor fielt, deugniet, guyt, sot, schelm en dief en die dan roept ''t is nu al gedaen'. Eenmaal een kerkinterieur met enkele discussierende mannen). In het boek veel voorbeelden van het wangedrag van vrouwen, uitmondend in een discussie of vrouwen eigenlijk wel mensen zijn.$ Het tweede van de drie delen heeft als titel 'Beeren-jacht'."

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        Emblemata Cum Commentariis Claudii Minois Emblem Book 212 Plt

      Padua: Peter Paul Tozzi,. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1621. Vellum. b/w; lxxx, 1004 pages; . ..I. C. Francisci Sanctii Brocensis & Notis Laurentii Pignorii Patavini Opera Et Vigiliis Ioannis Thuilii Mariaemontani Tirol. 8 3/4 x 6 3/8". 8 3/4 x 6 3/8", 4 pounds. Worn vellum spine over paper covered boards. 1 plate is mis-numbered, and in two cases, sets of pages and emblems are out of order, but all 212 woodcuts are present. Some, Including the controversial plate LXXX which depicts a nude woman defecating, are of unusual content although that is the most outre I see. Provenance- armorial bookplate of Schorsch. ; 0 .

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        The Court of The Hague.

      "Third plate to the right of the great 'Court of The Hague' published in 1621 by Frisius. View on the Parliament, the extreme right side visible and a little portion of the vijver with personages walking around. To the right tall tree. Signed on the bottom left:'Hhondius inventor et excudit, 1621'; lettered on the bottom:'Maer die in Hollandt ... deynd wilt bedichten.'"."Etching on paper with some margin; platemark: 434 x 380, total: 462 x 396 mm; unknown state; repaired details; reinforced in various regions on the verso, folding on the tree; New Hollstein 95; Nadine Orenstein:'A view of the Court in The hague etched by Simon Frisius', in Delineavit et Sculpsit, vol. 4 (1990), p. 24-30 PT02Den Haag"

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        CORPUS IURIS CIVILIS - Prudentum responsa Caesarumque rescripta

      Apud Iuntas, 1621. LATINO 9 Opera incompleta di sei volumi, qui presenti solo il I, III e IV, rilegati in tutta pergamena con titoli oro al dorso, tagli colorati di rosso. Il tomo I "Digestum vetus seu pandectarum Iuris Civilis" presenta un' antip. Con bella inc. a tutta pagina, front. (di tutti i tomi) in rosso e nero. Le "lex" sono incorniciate all' interno del testo su due colonne. Tomo III "Digestum Novum" e Tomo IV "Codicis DN. Iustiniani Sacratissimi Principis". Richiami e segn. dei fasc., fioritura e macchie gialle di datata umidità alle pagine, testo comunque fruibile. USATO

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        Waarachtige en aen-merkens-waardige historie van Lapland: ... Met noch een kort bericht van den toestand der Finnen. Amsterdam, Jan ten Hoorn, 1682. 4to. With engraved frontispiece and 16 engraved plates by Jan Luyken, and 1 folding engraved map. Contemporary vellum.

      Alden & Landis 682/155; Klaversma & Hannema 1282 and 1283; cf. Cox I, p. 178. First edition of the Dutch translation of a celebrated ethnographic monograph on Swedish Lapland by the German-born professor Johannes Gerhard Scheffer (1621-1679). Scheffer's account contains valuable information on the Lappish culture, with chapters on their ceremonies, houses, diet, clothing, trading customs, handicraft, entertainment, hunting, as well as marriage and death customs. "This history long remained the main source of information on Lapland" (Cox). It has become the liveliest, detailed and uncondescending early modern account of the far north and its population, now known as the Sami. The present Dutch edition was illustrated by the engraver Jan Luyken, one of the most famous illustrators of the Netherlands during the second half of the 17th century. The plates depict the daily life in the north, but also the worship of various idols, encounters with gnomes, etc.Some plates with minor restorations, some occasional foxing and a few small marginal water stains on the last few leaves. Front cover slightly damaged. A very good copy.

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        Annotations Upon the second book of Moses called Exodus * Annotations Upon The Third Book Of Moses Called Leviticus * Annotations Upon The Fourth Book of Moses, Called Numbers * Annotations Upon The Fifth Book Of Moses Called Deuteronomie * Annotations Upon the fifth book of Moses called Genesis

      Amsterdam: (Giles Thorp), 1621. First editions. leather_bound. Modern full brown morocco, raised bands, red leather spine labels printed in gilt. Genesis volume half brown morocco and brown boards. All bindings fine. 5 vols. 20.5 x 16 cm & 21 x 16 cm. (Exodus: A4-Gg4, Hh2), (Leviticus: A4-Mm4), (Numbers: A4-Qq4), (Deuteronomie: A4-Nn4, Oo2), (Genesis: *4-**2, A4-Ii4, Kk3). Printed in double columns. Henry Ainsworth (1571-1622 or 1623), leader of the separatist congregation at Amsterdam, and controversialist, a fine type of the Elizabethan puritan-learned, sincere, earnest, and uncompromising. At first a Puritan, Ainsworth joined the Separatists who broke entirely with the Church of England. Driven abroad in the persecution of 1593, settled in Amsterdam. He attached himself to those who were styled 'Brownists,' who, under the name of 'Independents,' afterwards played so important a part in English history, and who were the ancestors of the 'Congregationalists' and other free churches of the present time. He and Francis Johnson founded an an independent church in Amsterdam. A falling out between the two created two separate congregations, whom they styled respectively Franciscan Brownists and Ainsworthian Brownists. Ainsworth is among the authors whose work traveled to New England in 1620 with the Pilgrims. Practically entire title page of Genesis volume laid-down, with contemporary light owner inscription of Henry Martin dated 1715, first few leaves chipped at lower corner with no loss, a few leaves, D-E marginal damp stains, Leaf F with upper corner torn away, approx. 5 x 5 centimeters; original rear free endpaper with births and deaths of Walpole and Pim families. Contents of other four volumes generally clean.

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        Spieghel der eyghen-kennisse, ... in-gheknoopt Het conterfeytsel des wereldts, ...Brussels, Lambert de Grieck, 1643. 4to. With engraved title-page, engraved portrait of the author (after P. de Backer), both by Antoine van der Does ("AVD"), and 3 nearly full-page engraved illustrations in the text, probably by Van der Does. 18th-century vellum.

      Bibl. Belg I, p. 319; BCNI 9630; Funck, pp. 282-283; STCV (8 copies incl. 4 incomplete). First edition, in Flemish Dutch, of a didactic satire, mostly in verse, by the Flemish poet and lawyer Willem van der Borcht or Guilelmus a Castro (1621/22-1668) in Brussels, with elegies and epigrams alternating with prose passages. It allegorically presents a mirror of self-knowledge and knowledge of the world, intended to improve the faults of the age and show the foolishness and vanity of the world. The fine plates by Antoine van der Does, showing scenes of rich and frivolous society, are of interest for the costume and morals of the time. The "Toe-ghifte", an integral part of the edition, but with its own title-page on 2D1, represents the world as a capricious woman. The portrait shows Van der Borcht at age 21 with the motto "nosce te ipsum", and a 2-line verse by Ericus Puteanus below. The 3 illustrations show realistic genre scenes, influenced by Rubens. Half the copies listed by the STCV lack the portrait and/or the engraved title-page. One illustration was printed over a crease in the paper, leaving a white line through part of the scene. In very good condition, with a minor water stain in the head margin of the engraved title, just touching its border. Binding lacking ties, with 1 sewing support broken at the back hinge, slightly wrinkled and a bit dirty, but still good. First edition of a satire of society, with plates made for it by Antoine van der Does.

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        Gedrucktes Mandat zum Steueranschlag.

      Wien, 30. IV. 1621. - 1 S. Folio, ca. 56 x 41 cm. Mit acht papiergedeckten Siegeln. Mit den hübschen, wohlerhaltenen papiergedeckten Siegeln der acht Verordneten der unterderennsischen Landstände gesiegeltes Mandat, adressiert an den Propst von Klosterneuburg, hinsichtlich der Entrichtung des hier 4090 fl. 6 s. 26 d. ausmachenden Steueranschlags. - Faltspuren; Papierdurchbrüche in den Knickfalten alt verso mit Makulatur verstärkt.

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        CORPUS IURIS CIVILIS - Prudentum responsa Caesarumque rescripta

      Apud Iuntas, VENEZIA 1621 - LATINO Opera incompleta di sei volumi, qui presenti solo il I, III e IV, rilegati in tutta pergamena con titoli oro al dorso, tagli colorati di rosso. Il tomo I "Digestum vetus seu pandectarum Iuris Civilis" presenta un' antip. Con bella inc. a tutta pagina, front. (di tutti i tomi) in rosso e nero. Le "lex" sono incorniciate all' interno del testo su due colonne. Tomo III "Digestum Novum" e Tomo IV "Codicis DN. Iustiniani Sacratissimi Principis". Richiami e segn. dei fasc., fioritura e macchie gialle di datata umidità alle pagine, testo comunque fruibile. La libreria offre per un periodo limitato uno sconto del 20% su tutti i suoi libri. Il prezzo originale dell'articolo era 600,00 euro.

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        The history of Lapland wherein are shewed the original, manners, habits, marriages, conjurations, &c. of that people.Oxford, At the [Sheldonian] Theater, sold by George West and Amos Curtein, 1674. Folio. With engraved frontispiece, folding engraved map, and numerous woodcut illustrations in the text (one repeated on the title-page). Contemporary calf, restored and recased.

      Alden & Landis 674/171; Arctic Bibliography 25926; Cox I, p.178; ESTC R8773. First edition of the English translation of a celebrated ethnographic monograph on Swedish Lapland by the German-born professor Johannes Gerhard Scheffer (1621-1679). Scheffer's account is based on "authentic records, the testimony of Historians, and the Discourses of the Laplanders themselves", as stated in the preface, and provides valuable information on the Lappish religious, material and social culture, with chapters on the cults and ceremonies of the Lapps, their houses, diet, clothing, trading customs, handicraft, entertainment, hunting, and marriage and death customs. The charming woodcut illustrations include a hunter on skis, a packed reindeer, a shrine, a family and more. "This history long remained the main source of information on Lapland" (Cox). With a manuscript letter relating to Lapland mounted on pastedown. Some marginal thumbing, engraved map somewhat foxed, and some occasional small stains or smudges. Binding restored. Overall a very good copy.

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        Danielis Heinsii Poematum editio nova. Accedunt praeter alia libri, 'De Contemptu Mortis' antehac una non editi.

      Ad 1: Leiden (Lugduni Batavorum), Sumptibus Elzeviriorum, et Ioannis Mairii, 1621. (Ad 2:) Leiden (Lugd. Batavorum), Ex Officina Elzeviriana, 1621) - 8vo. 2 volumes in 1: (VIII),474 (recte 478),(2 blank); (VIII),167 (recte 165),(19 index) p. Overlapping vellum 19 cm (Ref: Willems 187; according to Willems 'on lit sur le dern. f.: Lugduni Batavorum, typis Isaaci Elsevirii, iurati Academiae typographi, 1622; our copy has 1621. A mistake of Willems?; Berghman 862 & 863; Rahir 158 & 159; Breugelmans p. 180, 1621:3; Brunet 3,83; Ebert 9378) (Details: 5 thongs laced through the joints. Manuscript title on the back. Elsevier's woodcut printer's mark on the title of both volumes, depicting an old man standing in the shade of a vine-entwined elmtree, symbolising the symbiotic relationship between scholar and publisher. The motto is: 'Non solus', probably indicating the interdependency of publisher and scholar. They cannot do it alone, and need each other. Engraved portrait of Homer on p. 264 of the first volume. Second title printed in red and black. Edges dyed red) (Condition: Vellum age-tanned and somewhat soiled & spotted. Back soiled. Both pastedowns detached) (Note: The Dutch classical scholar of Flemish origin Daniel Heinsius, 1580-1655, who enjoyed international fame as an editor of classical texts, theorist of literary criticism, historian and neolatin poet, was professor of Poetics at the University of Leiden since 1603, extraordinarius Greek since 1605. After the death of J. Scaliger, to whose inner circle he belonged, he held the chair of Greek, from 1609 till 1647. He is best known for his edition of Aristotle's treatise on poetry (1611), which he studied in connexion with the 'Ars Poetica' of Horace. This edition is 'the only considerable contribution to the criticism and eludication of the work that was ever produced in the Netherlands. (.) In his pamphlet 'De tragoediae Constitutione', published in the same year (1611), he deals with all the essential points in Aristotle's treatise, giving proof that he has thoroughly imbided the author's spirit. (.) It was through this work that he became a centre of Aristotelian influence in Holland. His influence extended, in France, to Chaplain, and Balzac, to Racine and Corneille; in Germany to Opitz; and in England to Ben Jonson (.)'. (J.E. Sandys, 'A history of classical scholship, N.Y., 1964, vol. 2, p. 314) Heinsius was a representative of the great age of Neo-Latin in the Low Countries, which encompasses the 16th century, and a good part of the 17th century. Here the Anacreontic-Petrarcan love poetry in Latin was kept alive. (J. IJsewijn, 'Companion to Neo-Latin studies', vol. 1, Leuven 1990, p. 154). The first part of this collection of Heinsius' poetry opens with early work, the 3 books of Sylvae, followed by Hipponax, 3 books of Elegiae, and Monobiblos. Then Heinsius' Epigrams and some occasional poetry; 125 pages with Greek poems, inspired by Theocritus and the Anthologia Graeca. The part with Greek poems starts with 'Peplus' (Gown), a series of epigrams which Heinsius composed on Greek authors and philosophers. This part is followed by 40 p. of Greek poetry in Latin translation, 'Elegiarum iuvenilium reliquiae', and is concluded with the 'Liber adoptivus'. The second volume contains Heinsius' last long Latin poem 'De contemptu mortis' (1621). It is a didactic poem, the finest of its time, in 4 books, wherein arguments, Platonic, Stoic and Christian, are set forth which explain why man should not fear death) (Collation: Pagination sometimes confusing. *4, A-2G8 (Gathering P begins with p. 223, in stead of 225, i.e. doubling p. 223 & 224; gathering Q begins with 237 in stead of 239, i.e. doubling 237 & 238 dubbel). +4, A-L8, M4 (In gathering I the pagination 129 & 130 is skipped) (Photographs on request) 1000 gr

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        Manuscript document, unsigned. On paper, in Spanish.

      Peñafiel, Spain, 1621. Folio (31 cm; 12.25"). 15 ff.. Detailed here is the last will and testament of the choir master of Popayán, Colombia. Ramírez was an absentee office holder, for he lived in Peñafiel, Spain, indulged in this failure to take up his duties in the New World by the bishop of Popayán — who happened to be his uncle. The choir master's wealth was considerable and while not itemized as in an estate inventory, it is more than hinted at via the bequests here of real estate (with provenance), of silver and gold chalices and crosses, and of cash in the form of coin. The bequests also give an interesting picture of the size of his family and the ranking of nieces, nephews, etc.    Certified, contemporary copy of the original. Sewn. In good condition. Very legible notarial hand.

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        Waarachtige en aen-merkens-waardige historie van Lapland: . Met noch een kort bericht van den toestand der Finnen. Amsterdam, Jan ten Hoorn, 1682. 4to. With engraved frontispiece and 16 engraved plates by Jan Luyken, and 1 folding engraved map. Contemporary vellum.

      - Alden & Landis 682/155; Klaversma & Hannema 1282 and 1283; cf. Cox I, p. 178. First edition of the Dutch translation of a celebrated ethnographic monograph on Swedish Lapland by the German-born professor Johannes Gerhard Scheffer (1621-1679). Scheffer's account contains valuable information on the Lappish culture, with chapters on their ceremonies, houses, diet, clothing, trading customs, handicraft, entertainment, hunting, as well as marriage and death customs. "This history long remained the main source of information on Lapland" (Cox). It has become the liveliest, detailed and uncondescending early modern account of the far north and its population, now known as the Sami. The present Dutch edition was illustrated by the engraver Jan Luyken, one of the most famous illustrators of the Netherlands during the second half of the 17th century. The plates depict the daily life in the north, but also the worship of various idols, encounters with gnomes, etc.Some plates with minor restorations, some occasional foxing and a few small marginal water stains on the last few leaves. Front cover slightly damaged. A very good copy. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Manuscript document, unsigned. On paper, in Spanish.

      1621. Detailed here is the last will and testament of the choir master of Popayán, Colombia. Ramírez was an absentee office holder, for he lived in Peñafiel, Spain, indulged in this failure to take up his duties in the New World by the bishop of Popayán -- who happened to be his uncle. The choir master's wealth was considerable and while not itemized as in an estate inventory, it is more than hinted at via the bequests here of real estate (with provenance), of silver and gold chalices and crosses, and of cash in the form of coin. The bequests also give an interesting picture of the size of his family and the ranking of nieces, nephews, etc. Certified, contemporary copy of the original.

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        Spieghel der eyghen-kennisse, ... in-gheknoopt Het conterfeytsel des wereldts, ...Brussels, Lambert de Grieck, 1643. 4to. With engraved title-page, engraved portrait of the author (after P. de Backer), both by Antoine van der Does ("AVD"), and 3 nearly full-page engraved illustrations in the text, probably by Van der Does. 18th-century vellum.

      Bibl. Belg I, p. 319; BCNI 9630; Funck, pp. 282-283; STCV (8 copies incl. 4 incomplete). First edition, in Flemish Dutch, of a didactic satire, mostly in verse, by the Flemish poet and lawyer Willem van der Borcht or Guilelmus a Castro (1621/22-1668) in Brussels, with elegies and epigrams alternating with prose passages. It allegorically presents a mirror of self-knowledge and knowledge of the world, intended to improve the faults of the age and show the foolishness and vanity of the world. The fine plates by Antoine van der Does, showing scenes of rich and frivolous society, are of interest for the costume and morals of the time. The "Toe-ghifte", an integral part of the edition, but with its own title-page on 2D1, represents the world as a capricious woman. The portrait shows Van der Borcht at age 21 with the motto "nosce te ipsum", and a 2-line verse by Ericus Puteanus below. The 3 illustrations show realistic genre scenes, influenced by Rubens. Half the copies listed by the STCV lack the portrait and/or the engraved title-page. One illustration was printed over a crease in the paper, leaving a white line through part of the scene. In very good condition, with a minor water stain in the head margin of the engraved title, just touching its border. Binding lacking ties, with 1 sewing support broken at the back hinge, slightly wrinkled and a bit dirty, but still good. First edition of a satire of society, with plates made for it by Antoine van der Does.

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        Observations sur la structure des yeux de divers insectes, et sur la trompe des papillons, contenuës en deux lettres au R.P. Lamy, ... Lyon, Leonard Plaignard, 1706. 8vo. With 3 folding engraved plates with 16 figures (original-size and microscopic views), woodcut cipher-monogram (JC for Jean Caffin?) on title-page, woodcut head- and tailpieces, decorated initial letters, and cast fleurons. Contemporary French calf, richly gold-tooled spine.

      Blake, p. 365; BMC NH, p. 1621; Cole Library 1190; Hagen, p. 54; Horn & Schenkling 17511; for Puget and Lamy: NBG XLI, col. 177 & XXIX, cols. 298-300. First and only edition of well-illustrated observations on the structure of insect (and crayfish) eyes and a butterfly proboscis by a pioneer of French microscopy. It begins with two letters written by Puget to the Benedictine scientist François Lamy (1626-1711) in 1704, followed by 59 pages explaining the figures in the plates in great detail. The figures include original-size and microscopic (about 300x) views of the eyes of a crayfish, dragonfly and butterfly, as well as a butterfly proboscis and its interior structure.Although Robert Hooke had published his microscopic views of insects and other things in his 1665 Micrographia , little progress was made in the improvement of the microscope until the introduction of achromatic lenses in the mid-18th century. Puget (1629-1709), like Leeuwenhoek in Holland, therefore had to compensate for the limitations of his equipment with a keen sense of observation, insight and natural curiosity, experimenting, for example with a candle flame and other images reflected in the compound eyes. Unlike Leeuwenhoek, he came from a wealthy family and was able to acquire microscopes and devote his leisure time to scientific studies, and he helped to establish the Lyon Académie des Sciences. The present work forms his most important contribution to science.With some contemporary manuscript corrections. In very good condition, with only an occasional minor spot in the text and a few faint marginal water stains, not approaching the text. The binding is skilfully rebacked, with the original back-strip laid down. A pioneering work of microscopy and entomology, especially interesting for the microscopic views of compound eyes.

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        Artillerie, c'est à dire: Vraye instruction de l'artillerie et de toutes ses appartenances... Item des batteries, contre-batteries, pont, mines & galleries...Avec un enseignement de preparer toutes sortes des feux artificiels...

      Zutphen, chez Andre D'Aelst, anno 1621. in-folio, pp. (4), 144, 6, legatura moderna cartone rustico. Impresa tipografica sul titolo, iniziali e fregi silografici. Con 44 tavole inc. in rame f.t., di cui 8 ripieg. Probabile quarta edizione (la prima: Bruxelles, 1613) di opera importante che analizza a fondo gli aspetti teorici e pratici dell'artiglieria, facendo sue conoscenze ed esperienze di altri autori spagnoli come lui (era nato infatti a Yepes in data imprecisata e morì nel 1613, dopo aver esercitato la professione di ingegnere militare soprattutto al servizio dell'esercito spagnolo nelle Fiandre). Tratta anche di varie questioni d'ingegneria, quali il recupero di navigli affondati, fuochi pirotecnici, costruzione di passerelle, ponti, ecc. Esempl. con aloni d'umido ed alcune tavole rifilate alla battuta del rame e applicate su fogli antichi.. Cockle 684, note: ''This is a very famous work, holding a prominent place in the history of artillery''. Graesse VII, 222 e Brunet V, 1000, ambedue registrano la presente ediz..

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        Observations sur la structure des yeux de divers insectes, et sur la trompe des papillons, contenuës en deux lettres au R.P. Lamy, ... Lyon, Leonard Plaignard, 1706. 8vo. With 3 folding engraved plates with 16 figures (original-size and microscopic views), woodcut cipher-monogram (JC for Jean Caffin?) on title-page, woodcut head- and tailpieces, decorated initial letters, and cast fleurons. Contemporary French calf, richly gold-tooled spine.

      Blake, p. 365; BMC NH, p. 1621; Cole Library 1190; Hagen, p. 54; Horn & Schenkling 17511; for Puget and Lamy: NBG XLI, col. 177 & XXIX, cols. 298-300. First and only edition of well-illustrated observations on the structure of insect (and crayfish) eyes and a butterfly proboscis by a pioneer of French microscopy. It begins with two letters written by Puget to the Benedictine scientist François Lamy (1626-1711) in 1704, followed by 59 pages explaining the figures in the plates in great detail. The figures include original-size and microscopic (about 300x) views of the eyes of a crayfish, dragonfly and butterfly, as well as a butterfly proboscis and its interior structure.Although Robert Hooke had published his microscopic views of insects and other things in his 1665 Micrographia, little progress was made in the improvement of the microscope until the introduction of achromatic lenses in the mid-18th century. Puget (1629-1709), like Leeuwenhoek in Holland, therefore had to compensate for the limitations of his equipment with a keen sense of observation, insight and natural curiosity, experimenting, for example with a candle flame and other images reflected in the compound eyes. Unlike Leeuwenhoek, he came from a wealthy family and was able to acquire microscopes and devote his leisure time to scientific studies, and he helped to establish the Lyon Académie des Sciences. The present work forms his most important contribution to science.With some contemporary manuscript corrections. In very good condition, with only an occasional minor spot in the text and a few faint marginal water stains, not approaching the text. The binding is skilfully rebacked, with the original back-strip laid down. A pioneering work of microscopy and entomology, especially interesting for the microscopic views of compound eyes.

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        Fables causides en bers Gascouns. Bayonne, Paul Fauvet Duhard, 1776. 8vo. With engraved allegorical title-page with the coat of arms of Bayonne, engraved frontispiece with medallion portrait of Jean de La Fontaine, both engraved by N. Le Mire after designs by J.M. Moreau. Contemporary richly gold-tooled green morocco.

      Cohen-De Ricci 554-555. The fables of Jean de La Fontaine (1621-1695) translated in the Gascon dialect, with a French-Gascon dictionary added at the end. The book is divided into four books, containing 24, 27, 29 and 26 fables respectively. The book is well produced, printed in a fine roman type and nicely adorned with white ornamental initials and woodcut head- and tail-pieces. The beautiful designs by Moreau for the title-page and frontispiece were made for the present edition.Very good copy.

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        Design for Home Savings: Bay Area Finance and First Federal in Santa Monica, CA

      Santa Monica, CA.: ca. 1960s. Watercolor painting. 15.5 x 40 inches. Design for the building at 1621 Wilshire Blvd, Santa Monica, CA. Subsequently Continental Shop/ Nawab of India. Adam Arenson: "a delicately curving building at 1619-1621 Wilshire Boulevard in Santa Monica. The color logo tiles and the terrazzo floors being the best hints at this building's Mid-Century Modern past -- given that the inside spaces were long since gutted. Note also the alley-side view in the picture above: for a building not on a prominent corner, the marble siding stopped when the facade did. 1957, photo 2012 The tile logo letters show an attempt, contemporaneous to the Home Savings work, to find a quick, recognizable way to mark the business with a colorful, artistic icon -- closer to the style of abstracted corporate icons for franchise recognizability.

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        Chronicon Canonicorum Regularium Ordinis S. Augustini Capituli Windesemensis Auctore Ioanne Buschio Can. Reg. Accedit Chronicon Montis S. Agnetis Auctore Thoma a Kempis Can. Reg. Nunc Primum in Lucem Edita Una Cum Vindiciis Kempensibus

      Petrum & Ioannem Belleros / Hieronymum Verdussium. LEATHER BOUND. B00KLE0EG0 In Latin. 1621 first edition, three parts in one volume, Petrum & Ioannem Belleros [House of Peter and John Beller] / Hieronymum Verdussium [Verduss] (Antwerp, Belgium), 4 5/8 x 7 inches tall x 2 1/4 inches thick full leather bound, gilt lettering and design to spine, marbled endpapers, [22], 636, [4], 183, [39], 127, [1] 1 pp., complete. Recently rebound. Pen notation, minor soiling and fore edge repair to first title page. One interior page with three-inch open tear to fore edge margin, not impacting text. Some pages moderately age-toned. Occasional light stains. A few pages with edge chipping or creasing. Otherwise, a very good copy of a scarce and important set of works for the study of Thomas a Kempis and the Brothers of the Common Life. Three works by three authors, all with separate title pages, all published together in 1621 and all relating to Thomas a Kempis (circa 1380-1471), presumed author of the immortal 'Imitation of Christ.' The works are: (1) 'The Chronicle of Windesheim,' by John Busch, a history of the Augustinian religious order - known as the Brethren of the Common Life - in what is now the Netherlands, of which both Kempis and Busch were contemporaneous members; (2) The Chronicle of Mt. St. Agnes, by Kempis, a history of the monastery, located near Zwolle, in which he served most of his long life as monk, priest, copyist and author; and (3) 'Vindiciae Kempenses,' a work by Jesuit hagiographer Heribert Rosweyde (1569-1629) regarding the dispute about Kempis' authorship of the Imitation, together with two brief biographies of Thomas Kempis (one anonymous and one by Rosweyde) and a biography of Thomas' older brother, John, also a priest/monk in the Brothers of the Common Life, as well as a brief life of Gobelini a Kempis, and finally a one-page, 1617 approbation by De Witte. All three publications, with the the exception of the Chronicle of Mount St. Agnes, which was published by Verduss of Antwerp, are from the celebrated House of Peter and John Beller of Antwerp. Note that this is a heavy book, so additional postage will be required for international or priority orders. ~KMP~ The Brethren of the Common Life was a Roman Catholic pietist religious community founded in the Netherlands in the 14th century by Gerard Groote, formerly a successful and worldly educator who had had a religious experience and preached a life of simple devotion to Jesus Christ. . Very Good. 1621.

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        M. Val. Martialis Ex Museo Petri Scriverii

      Amsterdam: Apud Guihelm Ianssonium, 1621. Very good antiquarian condition. 32mo. (113 x 58 mm). 318 pp. including engraved title-page depicting cupids and satyrs. Contemporary Parisian binding by the Atelier Mace Ruette: red morocco elegantly gilt with superb assurance, centers inlaid with olive morocco, five raised bands on spine (beautifully rebacked), comb-marbled endpapers and pastedowns (marbling abraded inside front hinge; inscription on verso of front endpaper erased), ruled in red throughout, a.e.g. Fine contemporary Parisian binding, securely attributable to the Atelier Mace Ruette. Our example is gilt with the same tools and identical design as Esmerian (2nd sale) no. 8 (Smith, De Republica Anglorum, 1625) and No. 11 (Emmius, Graecorum Respublicae, 1632), both of which were printed by Elzevier, and bound by Ruette for H.-L. Habert de Montmort, Conseiller au Parlement de Paris. Mace Ruette (1584-1638) apprenticed to Dominique Salie and by 1606 he had opened his own shop. In 1629 he was appointed "administrateur de la Confrerie des libraires, imprimeurs et relieurs," which he served until 1634, at which time he succeeded Clovis Eve as "relieur ordinaire du Roi." Ruette was also a publisher of equal distinction, but he is best known as a binder who began experimenting with pointille tooling ca. 1620, a style of decoration that was to become a major feature of French bindings for decades. Upon Ruette's death in 1638 the post of "relieur du Roi" passed to his son Antoine. This volume has a very significant provenance: "Stanley 1813" (pencil inscription on first blank leaf), i.e. Col. Thomas Stanley (his sale, London, Evans, 30 April 1813, lot 195). Stanley (1749-1818) was an early and important English collector of bookbindings who was one of Roger Payne's main patrons. -- Purchased from the Stanley sale by W. Clark -- Chas. Bain Hoyt (leather armorial bookplate inside front cover). Hoyt (1889-1949), of New York City, was a great collector of Oriental pottery and porcelain, paintings, and prints; he was a major benefactor of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston. -- Irving Halpern 1988 (pencil inscription on final blank).

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        DE RE METALLICA. LIBRI XII. QUIBUS OFFICIA, INSTRUMENTA, MACHINAE, AC OMNIA DENIQUE AD METALLICAM SPECTANTIA...

      Basil: Ludovici Regis, 1621. Third Latin Edition. Hardcover. Very Good in a serviceable binding. Folio (8" x 12-1/2") bound in library buckram; irregularly paginated: [10], 502, [58] pages. Illustrated with 273 woodcuts, many full and half page, some signed with the monogram "RMD," and generally attributed to Hans Rudolf Manuel Deutsch (fl.1525-1572) or, less commonly, Blasius Weffring. Previously published in 1556 and 1561, this edition seems scarcer than either of the previous. PRINTING & THE MIND OF MAN 79: "The first systematic treatise on mining and metallurgy and one of the first technological books of modern times." Herbert Hoover, who first translated this book into English, described this title in his autobiography as "the first important attempt to assemble systematically in print the world-knowledge on mining, metallurgy, and industrial chemistry. It was the great textbook of those industries for two centuries and had dominated thought and practice all that time. In many mining regions and camps, including the Spanish South America, it was chained to the church altar and translated by the priest to the miners between religious services." The book combines a profound technical and financial knowledge of mining with an underlying interest in the health and daily routine of mine workers. The woodcut impressions are strong and dark. As customary with this title, there is browning throughout, occasionally heavy. Small piece of title page repaired with no loss of text or illustration; ink names of David Stuart dated 1771 and Joseph Robertson dated 1830 on title page. Library bookplate on front pastedown and small ink number on the title page illustration; no other library markings except for numbers on the spine. An important and richly illustrated title.

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        Spieghel der eyghen-kennisse, . in-gheknoopt Het conterfeytsel des wereldts, .Brussels, Lambert de Grieck, 1643. 4to. With engraved title-page, engraved portrait of the author (after P. de Backer), both by Antoine van der Does ("AVD"), and 3 nearly full-page engraved illustrations in the text, probably by Van der Does. 18th-century vellum.

      - Bibl. Belg I, p. 319; BCNI 9630; Funck, pp. 282-283; STCV (8 copies incl. 4 incomplete). First edition, in Flemish Dutch, of a didactic satire, mostly in verse, by the Flemish poet and lawyer Willem van der Borcht or Guilelmus a Castro (1621/22-1668) in Brussels, with elegies and epigrams alternating with prose passages. It allegorically presents a mirror of self-knowledge and knowledge of the world, intended to improve the faults of the age and show the foolishness and vanity of the world. The fine plates by Antoine van der Does, showing scenes of rich and frivolous society, are of interest for the costume and morals of the time. The "Toe-ghifte", an integral part of the edition, but with its own title-page on 2D1, represents the world as a capricious woman. The portrait shows Van der Borcht at age 21 with the motto "nosce te ipsum", and a 2-line verse by Ericus Puteanus below. The 3 illustrations show realistic genre scenes, influenced by Rubens. Half the copies listed by the STCV lack the portrait and/or the engraved title-page. One illustration was printed over a crease in the paper, leaving a white line through part of the scene. In very good condition, with a minor water stain in the head margin of the engraved title, just touching its border. Binding lacking ties, with 1 sewing support broken at the back hinge, slightly wrinkled and a bit dirty, but still good. First edition of a satire of society, with plates made for it by Antoine van der Does. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        1621 Vasconcellos History of Portugal Anacephalaeoses Philip II 24 Portraits

      Antuerpiae : apud Petrum & Ioannem Belleros, 1621. - 1621 Vasconcellos History of Portugal Anacephalaeoses Philip II 24 Portraits This work by Antonio Vasconcellos is a three-part story of his home country, Portugal. Written from a Jesuit perspective, “Anacephalaeoses” presents each of the kings of Portugal through Phillip II. Vasconcellos adds a description of the entire kingdom into the reign of Phillip II. This beautifully bound tome includes 24 woodcut portrait engravings of Portuguese rulers such as John II, Alfonso V, and Henry II. Item number: #464 Price: $750 VASCONCELLOS, Antonio de Anacephalaeoses id est, Summa capita actorum regum Lusitaniae. Auctore P. Antonio Vasconcellio Societatis Iesu . Accesserunt Epigrammata in singulos reges ab insigni poeta Emmanuele Pimenta eiusdem Societatis. Et illorum effigies ad viuum expressae, cura, & sumptibus Emmanuelis Sueyro . Antuerpiae : apud Petrum & Ioannem Belleros, 1621. Details: • Collation complete with all pages: [16], 597 [i.e. 599, 25]. o Signatures: • Binding: Leather; tight and secure • References: Brunet V, 1097; Graesse VI, 264; Backer-Sommervogel VIII, 483, 2. • Language: Latin • Size: ~10in X 7.5in (26cm x 20cm) Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 464 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        HISTORIA GENERAL DE AVES Y ANIMALES DE ARISTOTELES ESTAGERITA. TRADUZIDA DE LATIN EN RPMANCE, Y AÑADIDA DE OTROS AUTORES GRIEGOS, Y LATINOS, QUE TRATARON DESTE MESMO ARGUMENTO,,

      - 1621 Juan Bautista Marçal, Valencia Traducción de PEDRO DE FUNES Y MENDOÇA vezino de Murcia. a don Cristobal de Avela Chantre. 16 (h) 441 pg. + 3 (h) 21x16 cm. Enc. en pergamino época. Con algunas manchas de óxido. Para ver o recibir fotografías de los libros puede ir a nuestra web. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        BERGWERCK BUCH: Darinnen nicht allein alle Empter, Instrument, Gezeug, und alles, so zu disem Handel gehörig, mit Figuren vorgebildet, und klärlich beschrieben: Sondern auch wie ein recht verstandlicher Bergmann seyn soll

      Basel, in verlegung Ludwig Konigs, 1621. und die Gang ausszurichten seyen... THIRD GERMAN EDITION 1621, translated into German by Philip Bech. Folio in sixes, approximately 320 x 210 mm, 12½ x 8¼ inches, title page printed red and black, pictorial woodcut to title page, LACKS 30 LEAVES OF TEXT (60 pages), present are approximately 235 of 270 woodcut illustrations, of which 48 are full page illustrations, and 187 are text illustrations (most well over half page), plus 2 folding plates, and some diagrams in the text, decorated initials and headpieces, pages: [8], 1-491= i-ccccxci, [6] - index, (60 pages lacking from different sections of the text as noted, see list below), bound in full contemporary vellum, blind ruled border, no label or lettering, all edges blue. Vellum spotted and soiled and lifting on lower cover, slight bump to top corner of upper cover, armorial bookplate of Robert Chambers on front pastedown, crack between front endpaper and title page, title page slightly darkened in the margins, single wormhole to margin of title persisting to page cxxix, not affecting text or images, light browning to many margins, heavy in places, light age-browning to many pages, occasional dark spot on text or image, small blemish to page ccxxvii with loss of a couple of words. PAGES MISSING: 31-36,73-78, 83-84, 87-88, 93-94,123-124, 131-134, 214-216, 245-248, 272-274, 279-282, 321-322, 349-350, 410-412, 451-454, 465-466. A defective copy of a treatise on mining and metallurgy with the manufacture of glass, sulphur and alum. There are also sections on the use of machinery and water power. See: Bibliotheca Chemica by John Ferguson, Volume 1, pages 9 & 10; Henry Sotheran, Bibliotheca Chemico-Mathematica, Volume 1, No, 5664, page 288; Dictionary of Scientific Biography, Volume 1, page 77. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Kocho ruien [A Library of Chinese Classics by Courtly Scholars]. By Shaoyu Jiang [in Japanese: Ko-Shogu]

      78 parts plus table of contents bound in 15 vols. (full collation supplied in the Hyde catalogue). Large 8vo (286 x 215 mm.), paper wrappers, new stitching. [Japan]: Chokuban or Chokuhan [privately published by the Emperor's order], 1621. First edition and a fine set of one of the very few surviving "imperial editions" printed with movable type in Japan. This enormous publication, by far the largest of the eight surviving "chokuhan" (imperial printings) and the only surviving "gen'na chokuhan" (imperial printing during the reign of Emperor Gomizunoo) is of very great rarity. The production of this large work was a very complex and difficult project, employing the recently imported technology of movable type from Korea. The author Sahoyu Jiang (active 1360-68), compiled this collection of the writings of Chinese courtly scholars. Encouraging the preservation of Chinese traditions long valued by aristocrats, Emperor Gomizunoo continued his father's project of printing volumes of literary classics with the present work, a collection of Confucian texts which were considered both an ethical and a literary legacy of the court. Today, this edition is the earliest record of the this collection as earlier Chinese printed editions are now lost. "The earliest surviving books printed [in Korea] with movable type date from the late fourteenth century…During the invasion of the Korean peninsula undertaken by Toyotomi Hideyoshi in the closing years of the sixteenth century…large numbers of printed books were looted, and printing type was removed from the Printing Office and taken to Japan…It appears that Korean type was immediately put to use to printed the text of the…Kobun kokyo (Classic of Filial Piety) in 1593, although no copies of this appear to have survived. In 1597, in the postface to another work printed in Japan with movable type, a monk who was present at Hideyoshi's headquarters acknowledged that typography in Japan had come from Korea. It was not clear whether any Korean printing artisans came to Japan as well as a result of the invasion, but in any even the impact on Japan of Korean typography, both technologically and intellectually, was far greater than that of the Jesuit Mission Press, principally because the imported Korean typography was much closer to the centres of power in Japan than the increasingly precarious Jesuit missions."-Kornicki, The Book in Japan, p. 129. Emperor Go-Yozei, who nominally ruled Japan from 1586 to 1611, "displayed great enthusiasm for the new process, and not content with the original type brought back from Korea, ordered a new set of wooden type to be made. This was engraved between 1597 and 1602, and the books printed from this new type are generically known as choku-han, or 'imperial printings.' Indeed 'imperial' is a fitting description of these works, for they are among the finest unillustrated books ever produced in Japan. Not only was the typeface larger, but the best-quality paper and the finest ink were used to achieve effect. Very few choku-han works were actually printed between 1597 and 1603 [actually he means 1621], and if we exclude the 1593 edition of Kobun kokyo, almost all the titles were copies of Chinese philosophical classics…One other choku-han is known to have been printed by order of Emperor Go-Mino-o in 1621 [the successor to Emperor Go-Yozei], and that is the Horuien [the present work], although one or two other titles were printed and have been lost. All these works are considerable examples of the printer's art and show how quickly the Japanese were able to make full and aesthetic use of movable type."-Chibbett, The History of Japanese Printing and Book Illustration, p. 69. At the time of the writing of the Hyde sale catalogue, it was believed that the present work was printed with copper type; the latest research has suggested that wooden type was used but there is no definitive conclusion. Minor worming, carefully repaired. From the Rokuoin Temple in Kyoto and the library of Donald and Mary Hyde (their sale, Christie's NYC, 7 October 1988, lot 87). Preserved in two boxes.

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        BERGWERCK BUCH: Darinnen nicht allein alle Empter, Instrument, Gezeug, und alles, so zu disem Handel gehörig, mit Figuren vorgebildet, und klärlich beschrieben: Sondern auch wie ein recht verstandlicher Bergmann seyn soll,

      Basel, in verlegung Ludwig Konigs, 1621.. und die Gang ausszurichten seyen... THIRD GERMAN EDITION 1621, translated into German by Philip Bech. Folio in sixes, approximately 320 x 210 mm, 12½ x 8¼ inches, title page printed red and black, pictorial woodcut to title page, LACKS 30 LEAVES OF TEXT (60 pages), present are approximately 235 of 270 woodcut illustrations, of which 48 are full page illustrations, and 187 are text illustrations (most well over half page), plus 2 folding plates, and some diagrams in the text, decorated initials and headpieces, pages: [8], 1-491= i-ccccxci, [6] - index, (60 pages lacking from different sections of the text as noted, see list below), bound in full contemporary vellum, blind ruled border, no label or lettering, all edges blue. Vellum spotted and soiled and lifting on lower cover, slight bump to top corner of upper cover, armorial bookplate of Robert Chambers on front pastedown, crack between front endpaper and title page, title page slightly darkened in the margins, single wormhole to margin of title persisting to page cxxix, not affecting text or images, light browning to many margins, heavy in places, light age-browning to many pages, occasional dark spot on text or image, small blemish to page ccxxvii with loss of a couple of words. PAGES MISSING: 31-36,73-78, 83-84, 87-88, 93-94,123-124, 131-134, 214-216, 245-248, 272-274, 279-282, 321-322, 349-350, 410-412, 451-454, 465-466. A defective copy of a treatise on mining and metallurgy with the manufacture of glass, sulphur and alum. There are also sections on the use of machinery and water power. See: Bibliotheca Chemica by John Ferguson, Volume 1, pages 9 & 10; Henry Sotheran, Bibliotheca Chemico-Mathematica, Volume 1, No, 5664, page 288; Dictionary of Scientific Biography, Volume 1, page 77. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Apulei Madaurensis Platonici Opera Omnia Quae Exstant. Geverhartus Elmenhorstius ex Mstis & vett. Codd. Recensuit, Librumque Emendationum & Indices absolutissimos adiecit. [Gestochenes Portrait des Apuleius]

      Frankfurt am Main Wechel 1621 - 3 Teile (alles) in einem Band: 1 (späteres weißes) Blatt; 32 Seiten (incl. Titelblatt); 367 Seiten; 8 Blätter (Indices). Angebunden: "Geverharti Elmenhorsti Emendationes ad Apulei Platonici opera omnia." [Druckermarke] Francofurti, In Officina Daniels & Dauidis Aubriorum & Clementis Schleichii. Anno M. DC. XXI. 423 Seiten (Nach S. 394 ein Blatt mit Druckermarke recto gefolgt von einem weißem Blatt; S. 395 - S. 408; 1 Blatt Zwischentitel mit Druckermarke: "Viri Nobilis & Geographi Excellentissimi Philippi Cluuerii [Philipp Clüver] Animadversiones in Apulei platonici Librum de Mundo ad Geverhartum Elmenhorstium." [Druckermarke] Francofurti, In Officina Wecheliana, apud Danielem & Dauidem Aubrios & Clementem Schleichium. Anno XPI. M D. CXXI. S. 411 - 423 (verso blank). Angebunden: 1 (weißes) Blatt; 112 Seiten (incl. Titel: "VV. Clariß: Iohannis Rutgersii [Jan Rutgers], Erycii Puteani [Eric de Put], Iohannis Brantzii [Johann Brant, sowie auf dem Titel ungenannt Cornelis Martini] Spicilegia [= Anthologie/ Ährenlese] in Apuleium Ad Geverhartum Elemenhorstium." [Druckermarke] Francofurti, In Officina VVecheliana, Apud Danielem & Dauidem Aubrios, & Clementem Schleichium. Anno M. DCXXI.); 70 Blätter Indices (incl. 1 Blatt mit einem nicht paginierten Zwischentitel: "Index Geverharti Elmenhorsti in Apuleium"); 1 (weißes) Blatt; 1 (späteres weißes) Blatt. Dekorativer Lederband der Zeit mit leichten Alters- und Gebrauchsspuren. (18,4 x 12,5 cm; Block 5,8 cm) Kl.8°. Dibdin I, 285 (". This is called by Harwood, 'a good edition' ."). Schweiger II, 1,10 (Kollation ungenau!). Ebert 865 ("3 Thle in 1 Bd."). Graesse I, 171. Dekorativer Lederband der Zeit über vier Bünden mit Titelrückenschild und reicher Rückenvergoldung. Die Deckel geflammt. Allseitiger Buntschnitt, die Deckelinnenbezüge und die fliegenden Vor- bzw. Nachsätze recto aus zweifarbigem Modeldruckpapier, wohl einem Rand-, bzw. Eckstück, da unten, bzw. auch seitlich unbedruckt. Rücken und Deckel mit vereinzelten Wurmlöchern und -gängen. Insgesamt leicht berieben und kaum bestoßen, innen fast durchweg sauber, drei alte Vorbesitzereinträge auf dem ersten Titelblatt, zahlreiche Unterstreichungen, sowie einige handschriftliche, ältere Randglossen. Diese Ausgabe, ein eindrucksvolles Beispiel wissenschaftlicher Kooperation seiner Zeit, in der "Republik der Gelehrten" ("Res publica literaria") wurde erst nach Elmenhorsts Tod von Johannes Loccenius (d.i. Johan Locken) veröffentlicht. Er selbst blieb beschieden im Hintergrund, seinen zweiseitigen Nachruf auf den verstorbenen Freund findet man ganz am Schluß vor den umfangreichen Registern. Alle Teile mit separaten Titelblättern, die bis auf Cornelis Martini alle Mitarbeiter auch namentlich nennen. Wenige Seiten fehlpaginert. Gesuchte Ausgabe in einem schönen und dekorativen Exemplar mit interessanten, intellektuellen Provenienzen. Provenienz: 1) Sum libri Johanni Ado . [?] Cuipper . [?] 1666." 2) "Joh.[ann] Salomo[n] Henckel, Merseburgensis 1718." 3) "Dan.[el] Wilh.[elm] Triller. 1719." [Apuleius Madaurensis; Apuleius von Madaura; Apuleius von Madauros; Lucius Apuleius Madaurensis; Apulée; Appuleius; Afulay; Lucio Apuleio] * Bitte fordern Sie bei Interesse unsere umfangreichen Anmerkungen an. * * Versand mit/ shipping with Deutsche Post oder/ or DHL. - Ask for more pics ! * 2500 gr.

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        De Lucernis antiquorum reconditis libb. Quatuor: in quibus earum recens .

      Evangelista Deuchino,, Venezia, 1621 - In 4° (20 x 15). Pp. (16), 415, (52). Bella marca xilografica alla fine della prefazione. Timbro di biblioteca privata datato 1921 al verso del titolo. Alcune belle illustrazioni xilografiche nel testo e una tavola illustrata f.t. Bell’esemplare fresco in legatura coeva pergamena floscia; titolo su tassello al dorso. Prima edizione di questo importante studio principalmente incentrato sui reperti di epoca etrusca. Si comparano anche le lampade e le lucerne di epoca romana; è singolare come l’A., erudito genovese (1577-1657), ritenesse che alcune lampade conservate in sepolcri fossero rimaste accese per secoli. OLSCHKI, Choix, n. 17413. Questa ediz. non in PIANTANIDA Libreria Vinciana (cita erroneamente un’ediz. genovese del 1602 in realtà inesistente).

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        Practycke, dat is Werckelijcke oeffeninge vande Christelicke hooft-deuchden, Gheloove, hope, ende liefde. Ster nut ende profijtelick voor alle eenvoudighe Christenen (insonderheyt in desen tijdt) om eenen vasten ende ghewissen gront te legghen van hare salicheydt. Den tweede Druck, by den Autheur oversien ende verbetert.

      Dordrecht, Zacharias Jochimsz. 1621. (12) 409 (14) p. Half Perkament, 4° (Latere band, plaatselijk een lichte vochtvlek in het boekblok.).

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        SANCTI THOAE AQUINATIS. SUMMÆ THELOGICAE COMPENDIUM. Authore P. Petro Alagona. Cum gemino indice

      Jacobum Bessin, 790 pp., Lutetiæ (Paris) 1621 - Colored edges. Notes at front and back pastedown. Text in latin. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Brief mit eigenh. U. Zistersdorf, 30. IX. 1621.

      1621. ¾ S. Folio. Mit papiergedecktem Siegel. An einen namentlich nicht genannten Adressaten mit Dank für dessen "hoches Vertrauen so sy in mich sezen thuen". - Hans Ulrich Concin von Penna war kaiserlicher Feldhauptmann und sollte 1637 Besitzer der Veste Niederweiden werden, die seine Familie dann 1685 an Ernst Rüdiger Graf Starhemberg veräußerte. - Etwas angestaubt und mit kleineren Läsuren.

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        Annales, Oder Historische Chronick / Der Durchleuchtigisten Fürsten und Herren / Ertzhertzogen zu Oesterreich / Habspurgischen Stammens / fürnemlich von Rudolpho dem Ersten / . biß auff Carolum den Fünfften / zu Fridens und Kriegszeiten gantz denck und glorwürdiger volbrachter Thaten . nachmals auff unkosten Herrn Conrad Dietzen von Weidenberg . auß Lateinischer in unser Teutsche Sprach ubersetzt, jetzo von newem durchgesehen, und in Druck gegeben.

      Augsburg, Johann Schultes, 1621. - Gr.-4°. Mit 487 (3 blgr.) Holzschnitten. 1 Bl., X, 481 (recte 471) SS., 23 Bll. Pgt. d. Zt. mit Rsch. (Deckel und Kapitale mit Läsuren, beim VD unter Kante mit kleiner Fehlstelle im Bezug. Fleckig, beschabt und bestoßen). VD 17 23:320206B. Graesse VI/1, 159. Slg. Mayer 1852. Lipperheide I,849.- Erste deutsche Ausgabe des erstmals 1592 in Innsbruck erschienenen wichtigen genealogischen Werkes zur Geschichte der Habsburger.- Gerhard von Roo war Kunstkämmerer und Bibliothekar von Ferdinand II., Erzherzog von Österreich. Die blattgroßen Holzschnitte stellen Erzherzog Ferdinand, dessen Gattin Anna Katharina und den Stammbaum Rudolphs I. dar, die übrigen Holzschnitte zeigen Porträts und Wappen.- Titel mit hs. Exlibris-Vermerk. Die blgr. Holzschnitte angerandet (der Stammbaum an der Unterkante mit minimalem Bildverlust). Paginierung springt von 230 auf 241. Papier leicht gebräunt und stellenweise etw. braunfleckig. Austriaca allgemein [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Collection of the History of England

      Printed at London Cum Privilegio. 1621. Second Edition. Hardcover. 20th century three quarter sheep over marbled boards with contrasting spine label bearing gilt titles, spine ends and corners a little rubbed, imprimatur leaf present, title within ornate woodcut architectural border, title trimmed at outer edge to just within border, a few small marks or stains including a small burn hole to foredge margin of leaf C5 just touching a couple of letters; A4 B-T6 V3 (lacks final blank V4); STC 6249. Samuel Daniel (1562-1619) was a poet and historian whose family origins are somewhat obscure, although it is thought he was born in North Somerset. It is known that in the early 1580s he was educated at Oxford from where he left without taking a degree. His poetry appears in print from 1591 and by 1594 he was recognised as one of the foremost poets of his day. Spenser in 1595, in Colin Clout's Come Home Again, described him as surpassing everyone in sight, and Shakespeare had begun to borrow from him freely, especially for his narrative poems and sonnets. Daniel turned to writing history in prose much later in his career, although he had written epic historical poems. In 1612 he published a prose history of the Norman conquest, this work became the first part of his Collection of the History of England, the complete edition of which was published in 1618. The work is significant because of way in which Daniel broke free from the historical writing of the past, writing that had sought evidence of divine providence or to support a political orthodoxy. Daniel examined sources in detail and cited them for his reader, he studied history with a disinterested eye and reported his findings in lucid prose. He was perhaps the first modern historian and such was the success of this work that Daniel would be most widely remembered as a historian rather than as a poet. , Small folio, [10] 222 pp .

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        De schadt-kiste der philosophen ende poeten waer inne te vinden syn veel schoone leerlycke blasoenen, refereynen ende liedekens. Gebracht ende gesonden op de Peoen-Camere binnen Mechelen van d'omliggende steden in Brabant, Vlaenderen, Hollandt ende Zeelant. Geprononceert ende gesonghen op henlieder Feeste den 3. Mey vanden Iaer 1620 achtervolghens den eysch der caerten te voren by henlider wt gesonden. HIERBIJ: [J.THIEULLIER] Porphyre en Cyprine. Treur-spel verthoont by de Redenrijcke Gulde die Peoen binnen Mechelen, op hen-lieder heer-lijcke Blasoen-Feest. EN: (FAYD'HERBE, H.) Esbatement van vier personagien.

      - Mechelen, Hendrick Aye, 1621. Folio. [xxiv],327-lxii (= lxviii),[4] pp. Met gegraveerde titelpagina, gegraveerd acrosticon op Maximiliaen vander Gracht, 1 blad met muzieknoten, 16 platen met blazoenen, 3 dubbele platen van inkomsten, 1 tekstgravure, en een titelgravure in het tweede deel; tot besluit het drukkersvignet van Hendrick Iaey. Gemarmerd kalfsleren band, vergulde rug met vijf ribben, centraal bloemmotief op voor- en achterkant, in een kader van dubbele fileten met hoekfluerons, golvende bordures, vergulde hoekranden, snee blauw gemarmerd (hoekjes en onderkant van de rug zeer vakkundig gerestaureerd; latere groen marokijnen titelschild; lichte vlek op laatste blad van het hoofdwerk; vier ex-libris, van o.a. Isaac Meulman, en bibliografische vermelding ingeplakt op binnenkant voorplat) - EEN HEEL FRAAI EXEMPLAAR. ZUIDELIJKE EN NOORDELIJKE NEDERLANDEN VERENIGD IN HET LAATSTE LANDJUWEEL. De Mechelse Rederijkerskamer "De Peoene" had de rederijkers in Noord en Zuid uitgenodigd voor deelname en bijdragen aan dit 'blazoenfeest'. "Niet minder dan achtentwintig genootschappen en negen particulieren uit Brabant, Vlaanderen, Holland, Zeeland en het prinsbisdom Luik hebben met één of meer bijdragen op de uitnodigingskaart gereageerd; samen dongen zij met een drietal intreden, zestien blazoenen,een honderdtal refreinen en ongeveer evenveel liederen mee naar de uitgeloofde prijzen." (Van Vaek, p.75). Met 'const-rijke Blasoenen' werden op houten panelen geschilderde rebussen bedoeld die een vierregelige tekst uitbeeldden. Deze tekst is onder het blazoen afgedrukt. ("Door de afbeelding van de 16 rebusblazoenen met hun verklaring is 'De Schadt-Kiste' en handboek voor het oplossen van rederijkersrebussen geworden." (H.Meeus in Nederlandse Letteren in de Leuvense Universiteitsbibliotheek, p.66) De volgende rederijkerskamers deden mee: Maria-crans, Den Boeck en de Corenblom, alle uit Brussel; De Violier, De Goudtblome, Den Olyftack, alle uit Antwerpen; Den Vierighen Dooren, S.Catharina en De Jonghe Lauwerieren, alle drie uit 's-Hertogenbosch; De Ienette uit Lier, De Goudbloeme uit Vilvoorde, Christus ooghe uit Diest, Het Terwenbloetsel uit Aaarschot, De Ongheachten uit Halle, De Vlasbloem uit Helmont, De Ionghe Vreuchenden-Blomme uit Bergen-op-Zoom, De Heyblom uit Turnhout, Het Lindenbloemken uit Mol, De Bremblomme uit Geel, 't Heylich Groytselle uit Arendonk, De Heylighen Gheest uit Brugge, S. Barbara uit Assche, De Goudsbloem uit Gouda, De Balsemblom uit Haastrecht, De Wyngaert Rancken en De Witte Angieren, beide uit Haarlem; De Orangie Lely uit Leiden, De Neardusbloem uit Goes. De meeste prijzen werden volgens de 'Verclaringhe van 't geheel Iugement, waer ende wie de Prijsen by de onpartijdighe oordeelders zijn toegewesen' (p.lxx) toegekend aan de kamers in Antwerpen en Brussel. De dubbele platen tonen de intocht van de kamers Mariencrans uit Brussel, Goudt-Blom uit Antwerpen, Gout-Blomme uit Vilvoorde. Veel gedichten en liederen drukken aan het einde van het Twaalfjarig Bestand de hoop uit dat de vrede bewaard zal blijven, b.v. de Balsemblom uit Haastrecht: "Comt, Apolo, speelt, Mars, een liedt / Met u snaren gheluydt / Comt Iuno ende hem ghebiedt / Phaebus maeckt een besluyt / Tussen, Troyen, seer rijckelik / Ende Griecken practijckelijck / Wilt u hasten ghelijckelijk / Overstemt, Mars te saem / En kiest vrede bequaem." "Hoewel het feest van 'De Peoene' de luister en de heerlijkheid van de zestiende-eeuwse rederijkersbijeenkomsten niet evenaarde, mag het toch als het laatste hoogtepunt van de rederijkerskamers in het Zuiden worden beschouwd." (H.Meeus in: Nederlandse letteren in de Leuvense Universiteitsbibliotheek, Tentoonstellingscatalogus 1982, p.66). Zie: M.van Vaek: "De Schadt-Kiste Der Philosophen Ende Poeten (Mechelen 1621): Een blazoenfeest aan de vooravond van het einde van het Bestand" in: De Zeventiende Eeuw, jrg.8, p.75-81; Bibl.Belgica 'Schadt-kiste' met uitvoerige bibliografische informatie;

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        Judaica Antique Book 1621 Sefer Beit Neeman Hebrew Venice Autograph of the time

      Judaica Antique Book 1621 Sefer Beit Neeman Venice (Italy) w/owners' signature of the time THERE IS EXLIBRIS ON REVERSE SIDE OF FRONT COVER TESTIFIES THAT THE BOOK WAS RESCUED IN WWIISIZE OF EXLIBRIS10.5 x 14.5 cm. Sefer Beit Neeman, Bragadin press, Venice, 5381, 1621, with owners' signature from the period Isaac Biga, [ALT: Bigga, Yitzchak; Wiga, Yitzchok] Safer Bayit Neeman / Sefer Beit Neeman / Bais Neman Venetia [Venezia / Venice] Pietro e Lorenzo Brag. 1621. 29.2x20cm. 118 double pages. Hard cover half leather, gilt lettering on spine. Early 17th century book of Hebrew homilies by Jewish-Italian preacher Isaac Biga. The book is printed in the handsome type face that is typical of the early Hebrew books of Venice. The book also features an illustrated engraved title page.  BAD CONDITION Cover worn, rubbed chipped to edges, lower corner of rear cover damped, damaged: 13 x 12 cm. Corners bumped Tear, rubbing and missing parts to spine: top -1.5 cm, bottom-7.5 cm. Dark and yellow damping stains throughout the book Worm holes to lower part of the pages Many pages with repair, several pages with missing text to edgesEx-library stamps WEIGHT: 651 gr. I SEND IT EMS

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        Annales oder Historiche Chronick der Durchleuchtigisten Fursten und Herren, Ertzhertzogen zu Oesterreich, Habspurgischen Stammes, von Rudolpho 1 biss auff Carolum V.

      Johann Schultes, 1621. In 4°, m. pelle no coeva, pp. VII + 481 + cc. nn. 23 + 3 inc. a piena p. + 1 a mezza p. e 469 circa di piccolo formato, raffiguranti: Ferdinando I, Anna Catharina e albero genealogico con relativi stemmi per ogni discendente (a pag.), ritratti di regnanti,... Capilettera. Testata. Marca tipografica sull'ultima p. Stampa a carattere gotico. L'inc. relativa ad Anna Catharina e quella sulla p. successiva (albero genealogico) è mancante di un lembo (spigolo inf. destro) che lede solo lo spigolo dell'inc.

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        Vues de Paris].

      12 (v. 13) u. 46 andere Radierungen. Folge von insges. 58 Rad. qu.-4. ca. 13 x 25 cm. (Plattengr.). Ldr. d. Zt. m. Rückengoldpräg., Innenkantenvergold. Linienvergold. m. floralen Eckfleurons u. Initialen "G.D.H." in Lorbeerzweigen auf beiden Deckeln. Kanten berieb. Einbd. fleckig. 2 Bll. m. kl. Einriß im w. Rd., durchgeh. Wasserrand. vgl. Nagler, Neues allgemeines Künstler-Lexicon X, 409ff. Faucheux, Catalogue raisonné de toutes les estampes - Israël Silvestre (1621-1691). - Folge von 58 Radierungen Suite de 58 pièces. Vorhanden nach Facheux: 17.0 49.0, 1, 3-12 52.0 61.0, 3, 8-12 62.1-4, 6-8, 16-18, 21, 22 63.1-3, 5, 10-15 165.2, 3 232.13 255.1 278.1 2 303.1-6 306.2, 3 346.0. - Der Sammelband enthält außer den Pariser, Ansichten von Chateau de Irrois, Chateau de Fresnes, Chateau de Rincy, Annecy, Chateau de Feuille proche Nancy, Chateau de Moné, Quincy en Champagne, Tanlay (6), Tonnerre (2).

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        Tractado da forma dos libellos, e das allegações judiciaes, e do Processo do juyzo secular, & Ecclesiastíco, & dos contratos cõ suas glosas . . Reformado do novo com addiçoes, e Annotações copiosas das Ordenações novas do Reyno, Leys de Castella, & modernos, & outras formas de Libellos, Petições, & Allegações judiciais, com a conferencia dos titulos das Ordenações antiguas com as novas, & Processo do Tribunal da legacia, & das Revistas. Compostas pello Doctor Joam Martins da Costa, avogado na Corte, & casa da Supplicação

      Lisbon: Pedro Craesbeck, A custa de Thome do Valle Mercador de livros, 1621. Recent vellum, new end papers.. 19th century manuscript annotations on back free end-paper. Title p. slightly discoloured, top right-hand corner of title p., last f. and lower margin of ff. (1 - 6) repaired, faint water stain in top inner margin, small ink stain on f. 17 recto, short tear repaired in top margin of f. 74, faint staining in ff. 65 - end.. This classic work was first printed in 1549 and frequently reprinted, for the last time in 1824. When Portugal came under Spanish rule, many Portuguese had to travel to Madrid to have their cases heard, and the confusion caused by the existence of two codes of official legislation, in which many laws in the second contradicted those in the first, led Philip II to reorganize the legal system early in his reign. João Martins da Costa, a lawyer and professor of jurisprudence, states in the preface that as the previous edition of 1592 of the work was outdated, he wished to present a more up-to-date version. Martins Caminha was jurisconsult and lawyer to the Casa de Suplicação in Lisbon. Innocêncio III, 164. Pinto de Mattos 380.

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