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        Turat Musa al-Nabi alayhi al-salam id est Pentateuchus Mosis Arabicè.Leiden, Thomas Erpenius for Johannes Maire, 1622. 4to. With the title in a woodcut architectural frame. Contemporary vellum.

      Breugelmans 1622-2; Darlow & Moule 1645; Smitskamp, Philologia orientalis 86. "First printing of the Pentateuch in Arabic characters" (Smitskamp). Edited by Thomas Erpenius and printed with his influential nashk Arabic types, cut under his direction by Arent Corsz. Hogenacker in Leiden. It gives the text of a 13th-century translation of the Pentateuch in the Maghreb dialect (spoken in Mauritania). Erpenius was one of the most distinguished orientalists and by far the best Arabist of his day. He published an influential Arabic grammar and several excellent critical editions. His own private printing office, equipped with Hebrew, Arabic, Syriac, Ethiopic and Turkish type, produced its first works as early as 1615. With bookplate, owner's inscription and library stamp of Verplanck Colvin (1847-1920). Occasional spots, some leaves with a minor waterstain in the upper or lower margin, nor affecting the text. A good copy, with generous margins. Binding slightly soiled and with a restoration to the front inner hinge, but otherwise good.

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        Astronomia Danica. Vigiliis & opera elaborata, & in duas partes tributa: Quarum PRIOR Doctrinam de diurna apparente sederum revolutione super sphaera armillari veterum instaurate, duobus libris explicat: POSTERIOR Theorias de motibus Planetarum ad observationes Dn. Tychonis Brahe, & proprias, in triplici forma redintegratas, itidem duobus libris complectitur. Cum Appendice de Asscititiis Coeli Phaenomenis, Nempe, Stellis Novis et Cometis.

      Amsterdam, 1622. 4to. 18th century full calf with double gilt line-borders to boards and five raised bands to richly gilt spine. Neatly rebacked with 90% of the old spine preserved. Corners very neatly restored. Old owner's inscription (Madrolle) to inside of front board, dated 1840, a small Jesuit stamp to front free end-paper and verso of title-page, and a stamp to blank outer margin of title-page (École Sainte Geneviève). Neat note about the author, in French ("one of the greatest men of his century and one of the founders of astronomy"...), to title-page by previous owner Madrolle. All leaves ruled around the text. A very nice copy with some even browning of some leaves and occasional very light dampstaining or brownspotting. F.*3 with a very neatly closed tear (16), 159, (1); 342 + (8), 44 pp. Woodcut title-vignette, woodcut initials, and numerous woodcut diagrams and illustrations in the text as well as many tables. Exceedingly scarce first edition of this milestone of astronomy, in which Tycho Brahe's geoheliocentric model is developed empirically and publicly for the first time, to common acceptance for posterity. Longomontanus' magnum opus presented for the very first time Brahe's planetary observations and put them into a systematic whole, presenting the results of the entire program of Brahe. Printed five years before Keplers' "Tabulae Rudolphinae", "Astronomia Danica" constitutes the first work to systemtize Brahe's observations. It will forever stand as a cornerstone of astronomical literature, presenting us with the Tychonic world system. "When Tycho died in 1601, his program for the restoration of astronomy was unfinished. The observational aspects were complete, but two important tasks remained: the selection and integration of the data into accounts of the motions of the planets, and the presentation of the results of the entire program in the form of a systematic treatise. Severin, Tycho's sole disciple, assumed the responsibility and fulfilled both tasks in his voluminous "Astronomia Danica" (1622). Regarded as the testament of Tycho, the work was eagerly received and quickly won a place in seventeenth-century astronomical literature. Even after the appearance of Kepler's "Tabulae Rudolphinae" (1627), a rival work that bore the imprimatur of Tycho, Severin's "Astronomia Danica" retained sufficient prestige to warrant reprinting in 1640 and 1663." (DSB) - In fact, a title-issue of the work appeared already in 1633. For the dissemination of the Tychonic world system, Longomontanus' "Astronomia Danica" was in many ways more important and more influential than both Brahe's own original works and Kepler's "Tabulae Rudolphinae". And not only in the Western world - during the 20th century, research has shown for instance that this work was also a major source for the astronomical reform of China.

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        Le chemin asseuré de paradis enseigné par nostre seigneur Jesus Christ, en ces paroles : Si quelqu'un veut venir après moy qu'il renonce à soy-mesme & porte la croix, & me suive. Ou avec des exemples & documens familiers l'on monstre à toutes sortes d'estats, & conditions de personnes à renoncer à leur propre volonté...

      Seconde édition de cette traduction française. En fin d'ouvrage « Achevé d'imprimer pour la seconde fois le 7 juin 1622. » Illustré d'un titre frontispice et d'un frontispice. Absent à la BN de France qui possède un exemplaire de 1725 chez Herissant , absent aux catalogues français et anglais.Plein Veau brun moucheté milieu XIXe , spine à nerfs janséniste. Titre sur pièce de Veau noir. Titre et titre-frontispice renforcés d'une bande papier en marge droite. Quelques rousseurs éparses. Quelques mouillures marginales, notamment en haut de la p. de titre.Cet ouvrage traduit de l'italien est un traité des passions et de l'abnégation de la volonté typique du XVIIe, mais sous la conduite du nouveau testament. C'est un mélange de stoïcisme et de morale chrétienne.Ex libris gravé dans un médaillon : Picard Avenionsis. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! chez Louis Muguet à Lyon 1622 in 8 (17x11cm) (34) 685pp. relié

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        Vaticinium Severi, et Leonis Imperatorum, in quo videtur finis Turcarum in praesenti eorum imperatore, una cum aliis nonnullis in hac re Vaticiniis. | Profetia di Severo, et Leone Imperatori, nella quale si vede il fine de Turchi nel presente loro Imperatore, con alcune altre profetie in questo proposito. Brescia, Pietro Maria Marchetti, 1596. Small 8vo (15 x 10 cm). With Marchetti's woodcut anchor and dolphin device (imitating Aldus's) on the title-page and 16 numbered engraved emblematic illustrations (plate size 8.5 x 6.5 cm). Early 18th-century gold-tooled calf.

      Caillet 11042; Edit16/ICCU, CNCE 28586; Mortimer (Italian) 254. First edition of the so-called Oracles of Leo the Wise, with a bilingual (Latin an Italian) text and 16 lovely and rather surreal engravings: an emblematic book of prophecies traditionally attributed to Leo VI (866-911/12), Emperor of Byzantium from 866 to his death and at least here also to Antonius Severus (188-217), sole Emperor of Rome from his murder of his brother in December 211 to his death. The Latin text was circulated, already attributed to Leo the Wise, in the 12th century, but Christians revived it in the 16th century and interpreted it as a prophecy that the Ottoman Empire would fall in 1622. These oracles remained popular in the 17th century, when they were presented as having predicted the setbacks that the Ottomans suffered in Europe in that period.With bookplate. With the title-page somewhat dirty and with a water stain in many leaves, and with traces of an old horizontal fold across each leaf, but still in good condition. With the front hinge cracked, the head of the spine chipped and the mottling of the leather flaking, but the binding remains structurally sound.

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        Turat Musa al-Nabi alayhi al-salam id est Pentateuchus Mosis Arabicè.Leiden, Thomas Erpenius for Johannes Maire, 1622. 4to. With the title in a woodcut architectural frame. Contemporary vellum.

      Breugelmans 1622-2; Darlow & Moule 1645; Smitskamp, Philologia orientalis 86. "First printing of the Pentateuch in Arabic characters" (Smitskamp). Edited by Thomas Erpenius and printed with his influential nashk Arabic types, cut under his direction by Arent Corsz. Hogenacker in Leiden. It gives the text of a 13th-century translation of the Pentateuch in the Maghreb dialect (spoken in Mauritania). Erpenius was one of the most distinguished orientalists and by far the best Arabist of his day. He published an influential Arabic grammar and several excellent critical editions. His own private printing office, equipped with Hebrew, Arabic, Syriac, Ethiopic and Turkish type, produced its first works as early as 1615. With bookplate, owner's inscription and library stamp of Verplanck Colvin (1847-1920). Occasional spots, some leaves with a minor waterstain in the upper or lower margin, nor affecting the text. A good copy, with generous margins. Binding slightly soiled and with a restoration to the front inner hinge, but otherwise good.

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        Selectarum Medicinae Disputationum. Tomus I [único publicado] in quo praeter ea quae de Febrium theoria, Coctione et Putredine atque aliis ex professo disputantur.

      Osuna: Ursaonae, apud Ioannem Serrano de Vargas y Ureña, Universitatis Typographum, 1622. Folio; 3 hojas, 554 pp., 18 hojas. Diversos errores en la numeración de la paginación. Encuadernación en pergamino, de la época. Rarísimo tratado, y excelente muestra de la muy escasa producción tipográfica de la Universidad de Osuna -prestigiosa, pese al maldiciente dicho cervantino de "en Osuna y Orihuela todo cuela"- que versa en esencia sobre las fiebres y sus causas, ampliando las teorías de Galeno y Avicena y con extensos textos polémicos contra las opiniones sustentadas por gran parte de las autoridades médicas de su tiempo: Gómez Pereira, Vallés, Mercado y Cristobal Nuñez, principalmente. Matamoros, nacido en 1591, recibió el grado en Salamanca y ejerció como Catedrático de Prima de Medicina en la Universidad de Osuna, por cuyas aulas pasaron Alonso Gudiel, Gaspar López Nuceda, Diego de Zúñiga, Francisco Solano de Luque, Rodrigo Caro, Luis Vélez de Guevara y Blanco White, entre otros. -

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        Vaticinium Severi, et Leonis Imperatorum, in quo videtur finis Turcarum in praesenti eorum imperatore, una cum aliis nonnullis in hac re Vaticiniis. | Profetia di Severo, et Leone Imperatori, nella quale si vede il fine de Turchi nel presente loro Imperatore, con alcune altre profetie in questo proposito. Brescia, Pietro Maria Marchetti, 1596. Small 8vo (15 x 10 cm). With Marchetti's woodcut anchor and dolphin device (imitating Aldus's) on the title-page and 16 numbered engraved emblematic illustrations (plate size 8.5 x 6.5 cm). Early 18th-century gold-tooled calf.

      Caillet 11042; Edit16/ICCU, CNCE 28586; Mortimer (Italian) 254. First edition of the so-called Oracles of Leo the Wise, with a bilingual (Latin an Italian) text and 16 lovely and rather surreal engravings: an emblematic book of prophecies traditionally attributed to Leo VI (866-911/12), Emperor of Byzantium from 866 to his death and at least here also to Antonius Severus (188-217), sole Emperor of Rome from his murder of his brother in December 211 to his death. The Latin text was circulated, already attributed to Leo the Wise, in the 12th century, but Christians revived it in the 16th century and interpreted it as a prophecy that the Ottoman Empire would fall in 1622. These oracles remained popular in the 17th century, when they were presented as having predicted the setbacks that the Ottomans suffered in Europe in that period.With bookplate. With the title-page somewhat dirty and with a water stain in many leaves, and with traces of an old horizontal fold across each leaf, but still in good condition. With the front hinge cracked, the head of the spine chipped and the mottling of the leather flaking, but the binding remains structurally sound.

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        Turat Musa al-Nabi alayhi al-salam id est Pentateuchus Mosis Arabicè.Leiden, Thomas Erpenius for Johannes Maire, 1622. 4to. With the title in a woodcut architectural frame. Contemporary vellum.

      - Breugelmans 1622-2; Darlow & Moule 1645; Smitskamp, Philologia orientalis 86. "First printing of the Pentateuch in Arabic characters" (Smitskamp). Edited by Thomas Erpenius and printed with his influential nashk Arabic types, cut under his direction by Arent Corsz. Hogenacker in Leiden. It gives the text of a 13th-century translation of the Pentateuch in the Maghreb dialect (spoken in Mauritania). Erpenius was one of the most distinguished orientalists and by far the best Arabist of his day. He published an influential Arabic grammar and several excellent critical editions. His own private printing office, equipped with Hebrew, Arabic, Syriac, Ethiopic and Turkish type, produced its first works as early as 1615. With bookplate, owner's inscription and library stamp of Verplanck Colvin (1847-1920). Occasional spots, some leaves with a minor waterstain in the upper or lower margin, nor affecting the text. A good copy, with generous margins. Binding slightly soiled and with a restoration to the front inner hinge, but otherwise good. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Ritratto dell'antichissima Città di Tivoli con un breve compendio della sua origine, nomi ed effigie di Santi Protettori e di altri che da essa città hanno avuto origine

      1622. Cm.50x38. Incisione in rame.

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        Officium Beatae Mariae Virginis Pii V Pont. Max. iussu editum. Nunc pluribus quàm hactenus umquam figuris aeneis illustratum

      Ex Officina Plantiniana - Apud Baltha sarem Moretum, & Viduam Ioannis Moreti, & Io. Meurfium - Antuerpiae, 1622. LATINO 1,41 Volume degli inizi del XVII secolo in 4°, stato discreto, coperta di colore rosso, in pelle, con piatti riccamente decorati da bella cornice con ovali e disegni floreali dorati in bassorilievo, dorso, molto rovinato, anch'esso con disegni floreali e caratteri dorati in bassorilievo, evidenti segni del tempo, tagli, una volta di colore nero, ora molto scoloriti, pagine con margini leggermente bruniti, presentano segnatura dei fascicoli e richiami. Alcune pagine restaurate. Risguardia e controguardia foderate con carta marmorizzata di tipo Old Duck. Su foglio di guardia firma d'appartenenza ed appunti scritti a matita. Riccamente illustrato con incisioni in ottone, in nero in testo e fuori testo. Caratteri dei testi di colore nero e rosso. Bei capilettera bicolore ed in nero. USATO

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        Exercitationes de tabaco.[S.l., s.n.], 1658. 12mo. With two mathematical woodcuts. 18th-century mottled calf, gold-tooled spine.

      - Arents 234-b; Wellcome IV, p. 27. Third, pirated edition of a comprehensive treatise on the medicinal qualities of tobacco. Although a similar book, written by Johann Neander, had been published in 1622, Magnen claimed to have found new medicinal uses for tobacco, which legitimised the publication of this new book. Like Neander, Magnen gives the botany, history and medicinal qualities of tobacco and presents his objections to some of his predecessor's statements. "To the comprehensive collection of ailments and infirmities presented in earlier works on nicotian therapeutics, Magnenus adds the following: general lousiness, lichen and anchor, jaundice, lethargy, polypus, drunkenness, ranula, struma, pleurisy, empyema, mentagra, boils, lupus, herpes, etc. etc., ad nauseam." (Arents). With two late 18th-century inscriptions in French and Spanish quoting the use of tobacco. Somewhat browned and spotted throughout and the ownership inscription has damaged the paper; half-title is missing. Binding somewhat worn at the edges, the hinges worn and slightly cracked; otherwise in good condition.

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau, "Bergen op Zoom" ( in der Darstellung ).

      - Kupferstich ( anonym ), dat. 1622, 23,5 x 29 Nicht bei Fauser, Drugulin 1591 ( ähnlich ).- Ansicht von Bergen op Zoom mit Darstellung der neuen Schanzen im neuen Hafen und der Umgebung ( bis Breda ). - Die Darstellung wohl Kopf eines Einblattdruckes.

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        Bewys van den waren Godsdienst.

      No place (Rotterdam); no publisher; 1622 - . Cardboard (18th century); 4º; First edition. (4),11, (1) pp.On p. 41 De Groot speaks of America "the country known by the sweet name of Netherland" ("werd met den soeten naem van Nederland bekend"), which seems the first mention of New Netherland in a printed work. Very scarce first edition of this famous theological poem which De Groot wrote during his stay in prison at Loevestein. The preface supposed to be by Rosaeus, a contre-remonstrant clergyman in The Hague, is secretly put in by the editor, and is absolutely contrary to the intentions of the poem. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        SWITZERLAND

      Milan: Petrus Slella . 1622 - Copper engraving and etching with original colour in outline (Very Good, slightly stained, tiny holes in the left margin) 46 x 59 cm (18 x 23.5 inches). A rare separately issued map of Switzerland by the artist Giovanni Gaspare Baldoino (Jean-Gaspard Baudoin), was printed in Milan, in order to support the Catholic Church in Switzerland. A rare, separately published map of Switzerland with highly decorative colour in outline, was published in Milan in 1622. The draft is based on a late 16th century map of Switzerland by Gerhard Mercator.Although signed by the author "Gaspar Baldouino" and engraver "Paulus Slella", and decorated with a large dedication to unnamed person in cartouche, its circumstances of printing still remain largely unclear. Gaspar Baldouino, who in the cartouche above names himself as military engineer in Milan, is probably identical with the military engineer and artist Giovanni Gaspare Baldoino, or in French Jean-Gaspard Baudoin (ca 1590-1669), active from circa 1622 on. As this is most probably one of the earliest works and one of the rare works made in Milan, he is later, in 1640s, recorded in Turin, in the service of Maurice of Savoy (1593 –1657) and as a painter, designer and draftsman in Nice, France. As engineer, he designed, re-designed and restored several parts of the fortification and walls of Nice. Also many of his paintings and drawings survive in the city, as well as signed maps of Nice. He is also signed as a draftsman for engraved images, such as a frontispiece to theses by Carlo Amedeo and Ottavio Valentino Provana (1644) and the bird’s eye view of Nice from Theatrum Sabaudiae (1661). The dedication in the upper right cartouche has an omitted name, but the text mentions a very strong religious man in the service of the Catholic Church. The map was most probably dedicated to the cardinal and archbishop of Milan, Federico Borromeo (1564 – 1631), who was strongly connected with the Chatolic church in Switzerland. Unfortunately we do not know much about the engraver Paulus Slella, who named himself a German painter. We can only assume, the name was probably misspelled from Stella, an Italian translation from a German word and family name Stern (Star), so Paul Stern from Germany. The map is very rare. We could only trace one example in institutions worldwide (University Library Bern). The impression seems to be less crude though, with fuller margins of the plate and without damage with spots in the lower part. Another example of the map was sold at a German auction in 2010. Because of the probably small number of produced maps, by two artists, who were not map-makers, we can assume the map was made as a privately produced project. The relatively large plate obviously got damaged very soon, probably due to bad quality and inexperienced printer. The crudeness of the engraving and the decorative contemporary colour gives this map a special place in the history of map-making, as a part of partly unresearched field of private printing in the early 17th century. References: Margaret M. McGowan, Deux fêtes en Savoie en 1644 et 1645, 1972; Martha D. Pollak, Turin 1564-1680: Urban Design, Military Culture, p. 337; Franchino Giudicetti, Die italienischen Nachzeichungen der Schweizer Karte des Aegidius Tschudi, 1555-1598. Cartographica Helvetica, 1993.

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        Le septiesme tome dv Mercure François, ov, Suitte de l'histoire de nostre temps, sous le regne du tres-Chrestien Roy de France & de Nauarre Lovys XIII. Le contenu de ce Septiesme Tome est à la page suivante.

      A Paris: Chez Estienne Richer, ruë S. Iean de Latran a l'Arbre verdoyant. Et au Palais sur le Perron royal, M.DC.XXII. 1622 - [Para pedidos desde fuera de España, por favor, consulte las condiciones de venta y envío, tipo B. / For orders to be delivered outside Spain, please, let you see our sale and shipping terms, type B. / Pour les commandes à livrer hors d'Espagne, s'il vous plait, voyez les conditions de vente et de livraison, type B].- // 8º mayor (xmm.); (50), 175, (13) [entre ellas, una numerada 176], 177-942, (44) p. [repetición de numeración 927 y 928]; sign.: [1], *-*2, - 8, 6, A-K8, L4, [3], L5-L8, [3], M-Z8, AA-ZZ8, AAA-NNN8; frontispicio ecuestre xilográfico; marca tipográfica en portada, moto ?Aytarkis Olbios?; 6 grabados desplegables; extracto del privilegio del rey, 19-2-1622, en *2v.- // Encuadernación de época en pergamino con mínimos defectos; lomo con rotulación ya ilegible; cabeza y pie del cuerpo rotulados con titulos de contenidos. Guarda delantera desprendida; cerco de humedad en portada y hoja siguiente. Rasgadura en margen exterior de 3, sin pérdida. Sin oxidaciones ni oscurecimeinto del papel; esporádicas anotaciones de época. - // Proc.: Sin datos.- // Refs.: Sánchez-Martínez, T7-1.- // Primera edición del séptimo tomo del 'Mercure François', en el que por primera vez se incorpora obra gráfica en el interior. De esta primera edición hay dos estados que se diferencian en el grabado del frontispicio, según sea un grabado de cobre o, como en este ejemplar, un grabado en madera. El frontispicio grabado en cobre era la misma plancha empleada para el tomo 6, modificando el tallado de la letrería.En lo que hace a los seis grabados, cinco de ellos están dedicados a ilustrar diferentes asedios relacionados con la guerra civil de 1621 contra los ?reformados? de La Rochelle y Montauban. Entre otros asuntos, además de continuar con el Bearn, se dedica un amplio espacio a los cambios políticos relacionados con el final del reinado de Felipe III de España y el inicio del de Felipe IV, incluyendo bastante información sobre la persecución y muerte de Rodrigo Calderón. Lo que no sucede en este volumen, seguramente por el peso de los acontecimientos de la guerra, es dar noticias de viajes ni de sucesos extraordinarios. Libros [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Groningen en Ommelanden - Kaerius, 1617/1622.

      GRONINGA DOMINIUMKopergravure uitgegeven door Petrus Kaerius (Pieter van den Keere) in 1622. Verso Franse tekst. Later met de hand gekleurd. Afm. 37 x 48cm.We zien Groningen Stad en Ommelanden met rechtsboven een gezicht op de stad (ontleend aan een uitgave van Ludovico Gucciardini) en linksonder twee ?Groningi?, gekleed in de mode van die tijd. De titel wordt geflankeerd door twee putti met het wapen van de stad. Het uitgeversimpressum staat rechtsonder in de hoek ?P. Kaerius ex[ecudit]?.De kaart werd opgenomen in Kaerius? atlas ?Germania Inferior?. In totaal beleefde deze atlas slechts drie edities: twee edities in het Latijn in 1617 en een in het Frans in 1622. Na de dood van zijn vrouw in 1623, kwam Kaerius in financi?le moeilijkheden en was hij verplicht zijn koperplaten te verkopen. De nieuwe eigenaar was Claes Jansz. Visscher, die de kaart voorzien zijn eigen naam opnieuw in de handel bracht.Prijs ?1.750,-.

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        Verzeichnus Der Fürnemsten Örter, Als Städt, Schlösser Und Marckflecken, So Grave Ernst Von Mansfeld, Und Der Oberste Iohan Michael Von Obentraut im 1622 Iahr Erobert Und Eingenommen'.

      - anonymer Kupferstich, dat. 1622, 13 x 33,5 Bibliographisch nicht nachweisbar. - Seltenes Flugblatt! - Zeigt den ersten Feld- u. Raubzug des Grafen Ernst von Mansfeld ins Elsaß (1621/22). - Oben links Portraits des Grafen von Mansfeld und des Obersten von Obentraut. - Dazwischen und darunter in vier Reihen 20 Ansichten von Bruchsal, Deidesheim, Kirchweiler, Lauterburg/Elsaß, Bad Bergzabern, Hagenau/Elsaß, Wantzenau/Elsaß, Madenburg b. Eschbach, Weissenburg/Elsaß, Landau/Pfalz, Brombt (?), Reichstett/Elsaß, Oggersheiim b. Ludwigshafen, Rheinzabern, Heiligenstein b. Römerberg, Ketsch, Drusenheim/Elsaß, Bischweiler/Elsaß, Seltz/Elsaß u. Briel (?). - Sehr seltener Einblattdruck!

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        Groningen en Ommelanden - Kaerius, 1617/1622.

      GRONINGA DOMINIUMKopergravure uitgegeven door Petrus Kaerius (Pieter van den Keere) in 1622. Verso Franse tekst. Later met de hand gekleurd. Afm. 37 x 48cm.We zien Groningen Stad en Ommelanden met rechtsboven een gezicht op de stad (ontleend aan een uitgave van Ludovico Gucciardini) en linksonder twee ?Groningi?, gekleed in de mode van die tijd. De titel wordt geflankeerd door twee putti met het wapen van de stad. Het uitgeversimpressum staat rechtsonder in de hoek ?P. Kaerius ex[ecudit]?.De kaart werd opgenomen in Kaerius? atlas ?Germania Inferior?. In totaal beleefde deze atlas slechts drie edities: twee edities in het Latijn in 1617 en een in het Frans in 1622. Na de dood van zijn vrouw in 1623, kwam Kaerius in financi?le moeilijkheden en was hij verplicht zijn koperplaten te verkopen. De nieuwe eigenaar was Claes Jansz. Visscher, die de kaart voorzien zijn eigen naam opnieuw in de handel bracht.Prijs ?1.750,-.

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        Exercitationes de tabaco.[S.l., s.n.], 1658. 12mo. With two mathematical woodcuts. 18th-century mottled calf, gold-tooled spine.

      Arents 234-b; Wellcome IV, p. 27. Third, pirated edition of a comprehensive treatise on the medicinal qualities of tobacco. Although a similar book, written by Johann Neander, had been published in 1622, Magnen claimed to have found new medicinal uses for tobacco, which legitimised the publication of this new book. Like Neander, Magnen gives the botany, history and medicinal qualities of tobacco and presents his objections to some of his predecessor's statements. "To the comprehensive collection of ailments and infirmities presented in earlier works on nicotian therapeutics, Magnenus adds the following: general lousiness, lichen and anchor, jaundice, lethargy, polypus, drunkenness, ranula, struma, pleurisy, empyema, mentagra, boils, lupus, herpes, etc. etc., ad nauseam." (Arents). With two late 18th-century inscriptions in French and Spanish quoting the use of tobacco. Somewhat browned and spotted throughout and the ownership inscription has damaged the paper; half-title is missing. Binding somewhat worn at the edges, the hinges worn and slightly cracked; otherwise in good condition.

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        Turat Musa al-Nabi alayhi al-salam id est Pentateuchus Mosis Arabicè.

      Leiden, Thomas Erpenius for Johannes Maire, 1622. - 4to. With the title in a woodcut architectural frame. Contemporary vellum. "First printing of the Pentateuch in Arabic characters" (Smitskamp). Edited by Thomas Erpenius and printed with his influential nashk Arabic types, cut under his direction by Arent Corsz. Hogenacker in Leiden. It gives the text of a 13th-century translation of the Pentateuch in the Maghreb dialect (spoken in Mauritania). Erpenius was one of the most distinguished orientalists and by far the best Arabist of his day. He published an influential Arabic grammar and several excellent critical editions. His own private printing office, equipped with Hebrew, Arabic, Syriac, Ethiopic and Turkish type, produced its first works as early as 1615. - With bookplate, owner's inscription and library stamp of Verplanck Colvin (1847-1920). Occasional spots, some leaves with a minor waterstain in the upper or lower margin, nor affecting the text. A good copy, with generous margins. Binding slightly soiled and with a restoration to the front inner hinge, but otherwise good. Breugelmans 1622-2; Darlow & Moule 1645; Smitskamp, Philologia orientalis 86. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Le chemin asseuré de paradis enseigné par nostre seigneur Jesus Christ, en ces paroles : Si quelqu'un veut venir après moy qu'il renonce à soy-mesme & porte la croix, & me suive. Ou avec des exemples & documens familiers l'on monstre à toutes sortes d'estats, & conditions de personnes à renoncer à leur propre volonté...

      - chez Louis Muguet, A Lyon 1622, in 8 (17x11cm), (34) 685pp., relié. - Seconde édition de cette traduction française. En fin d'ouvrage « Achevé d'imprimer pour la seconde fois le 7 juin 1622. » Illustré d'un titre frontispice et d'un frontispice. Absent à la BN de France qui possède un exemplaire de 1725 chez Herissant , absent aux catalogues français et anglais. Plein Veau brun moucheté milieu XIXe , dos à nerfs janséniste. Titre sur pièce de Veau noir. Titre et titre-frontispice renforcés d'une bande papier en marge droite. Quelques rousseurs éparses. Quelques mouillures marginales, notamment en haut de la p. de titre. Cet ouvrage traduit de l'italien est un traité des passions et de l'abnégation de la volonté typique du XVIIe, mais sous la conduite du nouveau testament. C'est un mélange de stoïcisme et de morale chrétienne. Ex libris gravé dans un médaillon : Picard Avenionsis. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Seconde édition de cette traduction française. En fin d'ouvrage « Achevé d'imprimer pour la seconde fois le 7 juin 1622. » Illustré d'un titre frontispice et d'un frontispice. Absent à la BN de France qui possède un exemplaire de 1725 chez Herissant, absent aux catalogues français et anglais. Reliure en plein veau brun moucheté milieu XIXe, dos à nerfs janséniste. Titre sur pièce de veau noir. Titre et titre-frontispice renforcés d'une bande papier en marge droite. Quelques rousseurs éparses. Quelques mouillures marginales, notamment en haut de la p. de titre. Cet ouvrage traduit de l'italien est un traité des passions et de l'abnégation de la volonté typique du XVIIe, mais sous la conduite du nouveau testament. C'est un mélange de stoïcisme et de morale chrétienne. Ex libris gravé dans un médaillon : Picard Avenionsis.

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        Tre libri de gli uccelli da rapina di M.Francesco Sforzino Da Carcano.

      1622. Nobile Vicentino. Ne' quali si contiene la vera cognizione dell'arte de' Struccieri, e il modo di conoscere, ammaestrare, reggere, e medicare tutti gli Augelli di Rapina. Con un trattato de' cani del medesimo. In Venezia, per il Megietti 1622. In 8° (15,5x11 cm), bella leg. coeva in p. pergamena, titolo impresso in oro sul dorso,  tre graziosi ex-libris, al verso del primo foglio di risguardo, del secondo e del frontespizio, quest'ultimo copre un probabile timbro di appartenenza, una macchia d'inchiostro nera al frontespizio ha in piccola parte intaccato la marca tipografica (V. foto), pp. (16)- 217-(5), una xilografia, a p.pag. nel testo (p.208), raffigura: "Degli istrumenti appropriati a dar il foco a gli uccelli da rapina", marca tipografica al frontespizio e a fine volume, 5 testatine e 5 capilettera xilografati. Se si esclude la macchia al frontespizio, l'esemplare è in ottime condizioni; opera assai rara. Arrigoni degli Oddi, p.XXXIX. Ceresoli, pp.131-132. Casey Wood, p. 279. Harting, 267. Schwerdt I, p.95. Souhart, p.86. Sia Harting che Souhart citano una edizione veneziana del 1547, come prima edizione, ma è assai probabile essere inesistente. In effetti non si conoscono esemplari. Anche le bibliografie classiche (Brunet V, p.331 e Graesse VI, 380), indicano come prima edizione solo quella del 1568. Delle varie edizioni successive alla prima, questa del 1622 è l'unica stampata a Vicenza, terra natale dell'Autore.  Dice Ceresoli: "L'opera del Carcano si può considerare come il più bello tra i libri classici della falconeria italiana, d'indole pratica, e, se si vuole, in rapporto all'epoca di pubblicazione, anche tecnica. F. Carcano o Carcani, nobile vicentino, esercitò per oltre quarant'anni la falconeria, nella quale fu maestro... Il soprannome di Sforzino, venne alla casata per essere un Carcano, nonno dell'autore, emigrato a Vicenza dal Castello di Carcano sul lago di Como, a cagione delle lotte fra Guelfi e Ghibellini, e di essere stato favoritissimo familiare di Francesco Sforza. Venne a morire nel 1580 più che ottantenne." Interessante in appendice al volume il breve trattato sulla cura dei cani da caccia. Uno dei migliori lavori italiani sulla falconeria (Cfr. Casey Wood, p.279).

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        SS. PP. Leonis Magni, Romani Pontificis eius nominis primi, Maximi Taurinensis episcopi, Petri Chrysologi Ravennatis episcopi, & Fulgentii Episcopi Ruspensis, Opera omnia quae reperiri potuerunt.. Editio praeter caeteras recognita auctiorque cum Scholiis Gerardi Vossii ad S. Leonem, tum variis hactenus ad S. Fulgentium factis accessionibus insuperque nova, Libri de Praedestinatione et Gratia, inter eius opera hactenus desiderati.

      Lyon: Lugduni, sumptibus Claudii Landry, 1622. Folio; 6 hs., 246 pp., 5 hs. + 6 hs., 153 pp. (de las que faltan por expurgo inquisitorial las páginas 29/30 y 30/31) 3 hs. + 6 hs., 249 pp., 5 hs. Encuadernación de la época, en pergamino.

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        Bavariae olim Vindelciae Superioris et Inferio: delineatio ex Ph. Apiano Typis Iacobi ab Heyden calchographi A°. MDCXXII. Argentina.':.

      - Kupferstich v. Jacob Heyden in Straßburg, dat. 1622, 60 x 68 Nicht bei Bagrow. Cartographia Bavariae S. 73 (Dort nur erwähnt). - Zeigt Bayern von 4 Platten gedruckt. - Oben rechts Titelkartusche. - Oben links Wappen. - Die Karte auf Japanpapier montiert. - Extrem seltener Einblattdruck!

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        Veredarius hermetico-philosophicus laetum et inauditum nuncium adferens, id est, secreti naturae secretissimi, de conficiendo nimirum lapide philosophico, personalem & vivam revelationem veris verae sapientiae filiis, nunquam & nusquam ante hunc diem viso vel audito modo, fideliter & finaliter offerens.

      Francofurti, Aubrius & Schleichius, 1622. ____ Première édition. Alchimiste français, Michael Potier voyagea à travers toute l'Europe et prétendait détenir les plus grands secrets. Il finit sa carrière à Dortmund. Dans cet ouvrage d'alchimie et de philosophie hermétique, il cite de nombreux auteurs comme Lull, Bernard Trévisan, Michel Sendivogius (à qui le livre est dédié)... La seconde partie est un recueil de réponses critiques à des textes ou des thèses de son époque dont les auteurs ne sont donnés que par leurs initiales. Papier assez fortement bruni. Rare. Thorndike VII, 162. Ferguson II, 220. *****. In-12. Collation : (8), 263, (1) pp. Vélin. (Reliure de l'époque.).

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        The Historie of the Raigne of King Henry the Seventh

      

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        HEIDELBERG: W†NDERGESCHICHT DER 3 SONNEN UND REGENB GEN DEN 25. JAN: ODER 4 FEB:CAL: 1622 ERSCHIENEN. SELTSAM CHASMA NACHTSZEIT UBER HEYDELBERG DEN 5 / 15 FEBR: 1622 GESEHEN.

      - Rare view shows unusual astronomical phenomena such as comets and sun dogs above Heidelberg in the early 1622. In the same time sun halo could be seen in Switzerland, Ulm and Strassbourg. The copper engraving was published as a folding plate in contemporary newspaper 'Relationis Historicae'. The prints from this work, published throughout the 16th and 17th centuries are rare on the market. References: Annalen der Physik, Band 30, 105; Jacobus Bartschius, Himmlische Zeiterinnernde Wunder-Son-vnd Weckuhr/ Das ist: Kurtzer vnd EinfŠltiger/ doch in der Naturkunst gegrŸndeter Bericht Von den Nebensonnen vnd Regenbogen : Beydes in gemein . in dem jetzlauffenden 1622. Jahr/ den 25. Januar . gesehen . / in Druck gegeben Durch Iacobum Bartschium Laub. Stra§burg : Von der Heyden, 1622 etc _________________ Seltene Ansicht aus 'Relationis Historicae' zeigt Heidelberg mit Nebensonnen (Parhelia) und Kometen die am 25. Jauar und 4. Februar Ÿber der Stadt sichtbar waren. Die Haloerscheinungen wurden am Tag in Strassburg, Ulm, Heidelberg und in der Schweiz beobachtet. Knapp beschnitten, soft folds, in a good condition. Annalen der Physik, Band 30, 105; Jacobus Bartschius, Himmlische Zeiterinnernde Wunder-Son-vnd Weckuhr/ Das ist: Kurtzer vnd EinfŠltiger/ doch in der Naturkunst gegrŸndeter Bericht Von den Nebensonnen vnd Regenbogen : Beydes in gemein . in dem jetzlauffenden 1622. Jahr/ den 25. Januar . gesehen . / in Druck gegeben Durch Iacobum Bartschium Laub. Stra§burg : Von der Heyden, 1622 etc.

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        Description des Indes Occidentales, qu'on appelle aujourdhuy le nouveau monde, avec La Navigation du vaillant Capitaine de Mer Jaques Le Maire...

      Amsterdam: Emanuel Colin, 1622. Folio, engraved and printed title-pages, with 5 engravings and 17 folding engraved maps; in handsome dark calf by Aquarius. Herrera's highly important account of the New World, including the first true publication of the Journal of the Le Maire-Schouten expedition around the world. Their voyage in search of Terra Australis is described in full in the second part of the book (Iournal, & Miroir de la Navigation Australe), which publishes for the first time the "correct" narrative of the expedition.The momentous Pacific crossing was 'the last expedition of the seventeenth century to search for Terra Australis from the east... ' (Schilder) and 'the one genuine voyage of Oceanic exploration between Quiros and Tasman... ' (Spate). Sailing through Le Maire Strait, and rounding Patagonia via Cape Horn, this voyage had an enormous effect on future navigation, helping to put an end to the idea of the imaginary Southland. This is one of three versions published in the year of first publication: Latin, French, and Dutch language versions all appeared at the same time, using the same engravings; all editions are now rare. The Dutch version was republished in the Australian Maritime Series.An earlier narrative of the expedition had been published by Admiral Spilbergen, who had taken Le Maire and Schouten back to Europe after their capture by the VOC in the Dutch East Indies. Spilbergen had used much of Le Maire's journal to create his narrative, but not until this publication by Herrera did the original account of the crucial voyage appear in full.The spice trade was not the only motivating factor for the Le Maire voyage. Influenced by the voyage of Pedro Fernandez de Quirós, the Portuguese navigator who believed he had touched upon Terra Australis, Isaac Le Maire, Jacob's father, set up The Australian Company ("Australische of Zuid Compagnie"). The expedition he finally mounted had a dual goal: to chart a new course to the Pacific and to find the great southland.Le Maire appointed his son Jacob to command the expedition. He was joined by experienced mariner Willem Schouten, who skippered the Eendracht, and Jacob's younger brother Jan, who skippered the Hoorn. The ships sailed on 14 June, 1615 on a mission whose purpose was kept secret from the crew for four months. The expedition successfully plotted a new sailing route to the Pacific under Cape Horn (which they named in honour of their home-base), rather than going through the VOC-controlled Strait of Magellan. As a result they established for evermore a new sailing route from the "old world" to the Pacific.The last of the seventeenth-century expeditions to search for the unknown continent from the east, it was responsible for extensive discoveries in the Pacific, shown in excellent detail on the various maps published here. There are also four fine engraved views, three of which show the Eendracht at anchor in the Solomon and Cocos Islands.For centuries after, the Pacific discoveries they made would be admired by great explorers including Tasman, Bougainville and James Cook. In fact, their voyage was a prelude to the 1642-3 voyage of Abel Tasman who, on the final leg of his voyage, sailed through seas first crossed and charted by Le Maire.The first and last parts of the book concentrate on knowledge of the New World, with a magnificent series of double-page maps, thirteen of which show north, central and south America, while the other four are particularly important mappings of the Pacific adding considerable new information to geographical knowledge. One in particular, larger than the others, shows Le Maire's route through the ocean with detailed mapping of the Pacific island groups visited and of New Guinea. Le Maire's voyage made significant Pacific discoveries, and established at last that New Guinea was not part of a great continent extending indefinitely to the east. This entirely altered European knowledge of the archipelago, which had been unchanged since 1545. Small defects in outer portions of first few leaves neatly made good; an excellent copy.

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         Histoire des grands chemins de l'Empire Romain contenant l'origine, progrès, et estendüe quasi incroyable des chemins militaires, pavez depuis la ville de Rome jusques aux extremitez de son Empire... Ensemble l'éclaircissement de l'itinéraire d'Antonin et de la carte de Peutinger.

      Paris, chez C. Morel, 1622, in 4°, de 28ff. 856pp-14ff. de table, ill. d'un beau faux-titre gravé, pl. veau marbré époque, dos orné, quelques rousseurs et ff. lég. brunis sinon bel exemplaire. Edition originale de ce rare et important ouvrage consacré aux routes romaines, à la voirie, aux travaux publics et aux moyens de communication dans l'Empire romain, avec les commentaires de l'itinéraire d'Antonin et de la carte de Peutinger datant du 5°siècle. ¶ Brunet I. 786 "Cet ouvrage est estimé..." - Quérard Fr. litt. I. 284.

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        Entrée du Roy à Tolose.

      1622 - L'entrée de Louis XIII à Toulouse en novembre 1621. Toulouse, R. Colomiés, 1622.Petit in-8 de (6) ff., 146 pp., (1) f. pour l'Avis au lecteur. Légère mouillure sans gravité sur le titre. Vélin ivoire souple, dos lisse avec le titre manuscrit. Reliure de l'époque. 167 x 110 mm. / Louis XIII's entry in Toulouse in November 1621. Toulouse, R. Colomiés, 1622. Small 8vo [167 x 110 mm] of (6) ll., 146 pp., (1) l. of Notice to the reader. Slight waterstain on the title. Limp ivory vellum binding, flat spine with the handwritten title. Contemporary binding. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Vaticinium Severi, et Leonis Imperatorum, in quo videtur finis Turcarum in praesenti eorum imperatore, una cum aliis nonnullis in hac re Vaticiniis .Brescia, Pietro Maria Marchetti, 1596. Small 8vo (14.5 x 10 cm). With 16 numbered engraved emblematic illustrations. Contemporary limp sheepskin parchment.

      - BMC STC Italian, p. 622; Caillet 11042; Edit16/ICCU, CNCE 28586; Mortimer (Italian) 254. First edition of the so-called Oracles of Leo the Wise, with a bilingual (Latin an Italian) text and 16 lovely and rather surreal engravings: an emblematic book of prophecies traditionally attributed to Leo VI (866-911/12), Emperor of Byzantium from 866 to his death and at least here also to Antonius Severus (188-217), sole Emperor of Rome from his murder of his brother in December 211 to his death (the book does not indicate which Severus is intended, but the preface notes that he reigned from 212). The Latin text was circulated, already attributed to Leo the Wise, in the 12th century, but Christians revived it in the 16th century and interpreted it as a prophecy that the Ottoman Empire would fall in 1622. These oracles remained popular in the 17th century, when they were presented as having predicted the setbacks that the Ottomans suffered in Europe in that period.Owner's inscriptions on the title-page, further with a bookplate. With a water stain in the first quire, but otherwise in very good condition, with only very minor foxing. The sewing supports have broken at the back hinge, the thong ties are lost and the vellum is slightly wrinkled, but the binding is still in good condition.

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        NOBILIARIO GENEALÓGICO DE LOS REYES Y TÍTULOS DE ESPAÑA. Dirigido a la Magestad del Rey Don Felipe Quarto Nuestro Señor. Compuesto por Lopez de Haro. Criado de su Magestad y Ministro en su Real Consejo de las Ordenes. Con Privilegio.

      Luís Sánchez, Impressor Real. 1622 - 2 vols. (I). 8 h., 600 págs., 4 h. de índice. (II) 532 págs., 4 h. de índice. Texto a doble columna, con númerosos escudos grabados en madera dentro de texto y árboles genealógicos. Este ejemplar incluye el árbol genealógico del Marqués de Cañete. Palau 1

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        (Bologna) CONCESSIONES, brevia, ac alia indulta summorum Pontificorum civitati Bononiae concessa

      Bononiae, typis Victorii Benatii, 1622. (Bologna) CONCESSIONES, brevia, ac alia indulta summorum Pontificorum civitati Bononiae concessa. In quibus habetur quomodo, et coram quibus iudicibus, et tribunalibus in multis causis et negotiis procedendum, et indicandum sit, et multa tam super statutis, indultis, et provisionibus Civitatis Bononiae... In - 4°, cartone coevo originale. Frontespizio con l' arme papale incisa in legno al centro, 81 pp. Firme cancellate sul titolo e molte postille a penna dell' epoca nei margini del testo. Raro; manca al Frati (Bibl. bolognese). Neg. Mob. 4.

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        Africae Illustratae libri decem, in quibus Barbaria, gentesque eius ut olim, et nunc describuntur.

      1622 - Précieuse description de l'Afrique de la plus grande rareté. L'exemplaire Phillips. Tournai, Adrien Quinque, 1622.2 parties en 1 volume petit in-4 de (2) ff., 152 pp., (3) ff., 194 pp., (3) ff. insérés parmi ces 194 pp., (3) ff. Relié en plein vélin de l'époque, dos lisse avec le titre manuscrit. Reliure de l'époque. 200 x 150 mm. / Extremely rare and precious description of Africa. Phillips's copy. Tournai, Adrien Quinque, 1622.2 parts in 1 small 4to volume [200 x 150 mm] of (2) ll., 152 pp., (3) ll., 194 pp., (3) ll. bound among these 14 pp., (3) ll. Bound in full contemporary vellum, flat spine with the title handwritten. Contemporary binding. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Description del Destricto del Audiencia dela Espanola.

      1622 - Amsterdam: Michiel Colijn, 1622. 215 x 290mm, A Dutch copy of one of the few Spanish maps of the Americas printed during the period of exploration, from an updateded edition of Herrera's 'Descriptio Indiæ Occidentalis', first published in 1601. It shows Florida, the Bahamas and the West Indies south to Venezuela, with keys of places on the islands. After a century of official silence on Spanish exploring, Philip II appointed Herrera y Tordesillas Historian of the Indies and allowed him full access to the official archives. The result was a comprehensive study of Spanish involvement in the New World. The 14 maps, regarded as very accurate for their time, were derived from the manuscript charts of Juan López de Velasco and are some of the very few printed Spanish maps of America. Although this Dutch edition was updated, the only differences to the map are a wider plate and the title is bottom right rather than top right. BURDEN: 198.

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        Petri Mariae Castillionaei... Admiranda naturalia ad renum calculos curandos

      224 pages Mediolani, Ex Apotheca Gratiadei Ferioli, 1622, in-8, 224 pages, veau glacé du XVIIIe siècle, dos à nerfs et fleuronné, pièces de titre rouge, tranches rouges, Nouvelle édition milanaise, de cet ouvrage très peu courant sur les calculs rénaux (manque au CCFr et à la BIU Santé), paru à l'origine en 1621. Pietro Maria Castiglione (1594-1629), fils de François Castiglione, fut médecin à Milan. Exemplaire de provenance intéressante : Étiquette ex-libris du médecin et bibliophile Hyacinthe Théodore Baron (1707-1787), professeur de chirurgie et de pharmacie, doyen de la faculté de médecine de Paris en 1730-1734 et en 1750-1753. Il fut premier médecin des armées du roi en Allemagne et en Italie. En 1752, il devint membre de l'Académie des sciences ; Et cachet ex-libris de Jules Falret (1824-1902), fils du célèbre alinéniste Jean-Pierre Falret ; Jules Falret fut de même un très bon médecin, réputé. Il dirigea, à la suite de son père l'asile de Vanves. Coiffe supérieure arasée, coins émoussés.

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        Relatio facta in Consistorio Secreto Coram S.D.N. Gregorio Papa XV. A Francisco Maria Episcopo Portuensi Super Vita, Sanctitate, actis Canonizationis et miraculis Beati Isidori Agricolae de Madrito.

      Sans lieu ni date ni nom d'imprimeur (Roma ?, 1622) - in-4. 21pp. Cartonnage moderne. Edition Originale (?) de cette relation de la vie d'Isidore de Madrid, futur saint patron de la capitale d'Espagne, présentée au pape Gregoire XV en vue de sa canonisation. Le Cardinal Francesco Maria Bourbon del Monte 1549-1627, mécène artistique (il prit sous sa protection notamment Caravaggio), avait défendu à Rome la cause de la canonisation d'Ignace de Loyola et de François Xavier. Ce mémoire est très rare et manque à toutes les biliothèques européennes et américaines consultées. Bel exemplaire. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Novus Orbis, Sive Descriptio Indiae Occidentalis,. Accesserunt & aliorum Indiae Occidentalis Descriptiones, & Navigationes nuperae Australis Jacobi le Maire Historia, uti & navigationum omnium per Fretum Magellanicum succincta narratio.

      1622 - Le premier récit complet du voyage de Le Maire autour du monde, du plus haut intérêt pour l'histoire des découvertes géographiques. Amsterdam, Michel Colin, 1622.In-folio réunissant 6 parties à savoir : (6) ff. prél. dont 1 frontispice gravé, la préface, et 2 ff. prél. du second texte reliés par erreur au début du volume ; I/ « Description du Nouveau-Monde par Herrera » ff. 1 à 44, 14 cartes ; II/ « Journal de la navigation de Le Maire », (1) f. (les 2 autres ff. prel. sont reliés par erreur au début du volume), 1 portrait de Jacob Le Maire, ff. 46 à 74, 3 grandes cartes, figures dans le texte ; III/ « Relation de l'expédition espagnole au détroit de Magellan. », ff. 74-75 ; IV/ « Abrégé des voyages au détroit de Magellan », ff. 75 à 83 ; V/ « Description des Indes Occidentales de Ordonez de Cevallos », 10 ff. mal chiffrés 9 ; VI/ « Description de l'Amérique, d'après les tables géographiques de P. Bertius », 11 ff. Relié en plein vélin souple de l'époque, dos lisse avec le titre manuscrit. Reliure de l'époque. 370 x 250 mm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Catalogue And Succession of the Kings, Princes, Dukes, Marquesses, Earles and Viscounts of The Realm of England, Since the Norman Conquest, To This Present year 1622. Together With Their Armes, Wives and Children; the Times of Their Deaths and Burials

      (n.p.): 1622, 1622. SECOND EDITION. 1 vol., folio, 10-7/8" x 7-3/8", (iii)392pp.(i), complete, engraved title-page, profusely illustrated throughout with wood-cut arms and crests, interesting 17th C. MS poem to lower margin of last page, internally clean and bright. Bound in full 19th C. calf, blind tooled arabesque design to center of both covers, raised bands, gilt lettered brown morocco spine label, lacking the second spine label with author and date, all edges gilt, with the red morocco bookplate of W. A. Foyle - Beeleigh Abbey, hinges fine, head and foot of spine fine. STC 3833 This enlarged edition with "amendment of divers faults, committed by the printer in the time of the Author's sicknesse" and printed at his own expense, provoked argument with the printer of the First, Jaggard, publisher of Shakespeare's Folio, who in turn alleged that the faults were Brooke's.

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        Venetia libera poema heroico del sig. Camillo Pancetti da Serravalle,

      presso il Muschio,, In Venetia, 1622 - In 4° (22×15,5 cm); (8), 286, (2) pp. Legatura settecentesca in mezza-pelle con titolo e fregi impressi in oro al dorso. Un leggero difetto alla cerniera anteriore e al dorso. Piatti foderati con carta marmorizzata. All’’interno un leggerissimo alone al margine alto delle ultime 14 carte, non significativo. Uno strappetto all’angolo basso di carta Nn2 con piccola perdita di carta ma lontano dal testo ed ininfluente. Insignificante tarletto all’angolo basso delle ultime due carte, ininfluente e per il resto esemplare in buone condizioni di conservazione. Bellissimo frontespizio inciso con veduta della Citta di Venezia e motto "Libera regno quae nunc regnaterat quae semper erit" entro ricca cornice. Magnifica veste grafica con ricchi testatine, finalini ed iniziali ornate. Prima edizione di questo importante lavoro di Camillo Pancetti. L’opera, ambientata all’epoca della guerra tra Pipino, figlio di Carlo Magno, e Venezia presenta anche visioni profetiche come la conquista di Costantinopoli da parte della città ligure nel 1204 (canto XIV, ottave 28-64) ancora una volta motivata con la restituzione sul trono di Alessio e la vendetta per la sua uccisione da parte di Marzufluo (qui Murcisop. 455 ottava 47). L’opera è l’occasione per descrivere la città ligure, le sue usanze, gli edifici ed industrie e contiene anche la descrizione delle regate veneziane come scrive anche Bellani a "interessantissimo per quello che dice della storia, della vita e dei costumi di Venezia" pagina 223. Crystal Hall, svela anche un interessante connessione del poema con Galileo Galilei. Nel suo articolo "Galileo, Poetry, and Patronage: Giulio Strozzi’s Venetia edificata and the Place of Galileo in Seventeenth-Century Italian Poetry" p.1307, infatti scrive ""In his Venetia libera (Free Venice, 1622), Camillo Pancetti da Serravalle followed Paolo Morosini’s account of the foundation of the city, as Strozzi did, and the hero of his poem learns about the movement of the earth and tides from a hermit in the ninth century.The hermit even digresses into a discussion of tides, although he emphasizes repeatedly that the heavens move and the earth remains at the center of their motion. Later he explains that comets are the result of hot vaporous exhalations, something against which Galileo argued vehemently in the Saggiatore". Opera non comune. Rif. Bibl.: Cicogna 1824; Piantanida 2829; Choix 18604. BL Italian 17th cent., v. 2 p. 650; Vinciana 2829.

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        A Catalogue And Succession of the Kings, Princes, Dukes, Marquesses, Earles and Viscounts of The Realm of England, Since the Norman Conquest, To This Present year 1622. Together With Their Armes, Wives and Children; the Times of Their Deaths and Burials.

      SECOND EDITION. 1 vol., folio, 10-7/8" x 7-3/8", (iii)392pp.(i), complete, engraved title-page, profusely illustrated throughout with wood-cut arms and crests, interesting 17th C. MS poem to lower margin of last page, internally clean and bright. Bound in full 19th C. calf, blind tooled arabesque design to center of both covers, raised bands, gilt lettered brown morocco spine label, all edges gilt, with the red morocco bookplate of W. A. Foyle - Beeleigh Abbey.This enlarged edition with "amendment of divers faults, committed by the printer in the time of the Author's sicknesse" and printed at his own expense, provoked argument with the printer of the First, Jaggard, publisher of Shakespeare's Folio, who in turn alleged that the faults were Brooke's.

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         Histoire des grands chemins de l'Empire Romain contenant l'origine, progrès, et estendüe quasi incroyable des chemins militaires, pavez depuis la ville de Rome jusques aux extremitez de son Empire... Ensemble l'éclaircissement de l'itinéraire d'Antonin et de la carte de Peutinger.

      Paris, chez C. Morel, 1622, in 4°, de 28ff. 856pp-14ff. de table, ill. d'un beau faux-titre gravé, pl. veau marbré époque, dos orné, quelques rousseurs et ff. lég. brunis sinon bel exemplaire. Edition originale de ce rare et important ouvrage consacré aux routes romaines, à la voirie, aux travaux publics et aux moyens de communication dans l'Empire romain, avec les commentaires de l'itinéraire d'Antonin et de la carte de Peutinger datant du 5°siècle. ¶ Brunet I. 786 "Cet ouvrage est estimé..." - Quérard Fr. litt. I. 284.

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        Auctores Latinae Linguae in unum redacti corpus: Quorum auctorum veterum & neotericorum elenchum sequens pagina docebit. Adiectis notis Dionysii Gothofredi I.C.. Una cum indice generalis in omnes auctores. Editio postrema: emendatio & nonnullis auctior.

      Erweiterte Ausgabe von 1622: 6 n.n. Seiten, 1924 Spalten ( auf 962 Seiten ), 100 Seiten Index, 106 Spalten ( auf 53 Seiten ) mit Liber glossarum, Excerpta pythoeana, Excerpta differentianum. Schöner, blindgeprägter Ganzpergamentband der Zeit. 4. Mit einem Titelholzschnitt ( laienhaft koloriert ) sowie einigen Holzschnitten im Text (3 ganzseitigen Diagrammen ) sowie einigen Vignetten. Inhalt: M. Terentius Varro de lingua latina M. Verii Flacci fragmenta Festi fragmenta a Fuluio Ursino edita Schedae Festi a Pomp. Laeto relictae Sext. Pomp. Festus, Paulo Diacono coniunctus: Nonius Marcellus: Fulgentius Plantiades Isidori originum libri xx Ex. veteribus grammaticis qui de proprietate & differentiis scripserunt, excerpta Vetus kalendarium romanum De nominibus & praenominibus romanorum. Varii auctores, qui de notis scripserunt. Notae Dionysii Gothofredi I.C. ad Varronem, Festum, Nonium & Isidorum. Variae Lectiones in Fulgentium & Isidorum. ( Huic editioni acceßere prater superiora iam antea edita ). Liber glossarum ex variis Glossariis, quae sub Isidori nomine circumferuntur collectus. Excerpta Pythoeana ex veteribus glossis. Excerpta Differentiarum Bongarsii regij legati. Der schöne, blindgeprägte Einband ist berieben und fleckig, Ecken bestoßen. Rücken defekt, Kapitale stark beschädigt ( eingerissen ). Innen Titelholzschnitt mit Einriß, zahlreiche Besitzvermerke und Anmerkungen auf Vorsätzen, erste 50 Seiten mit zahlreichen Anmerkungen von alter Hand, des weiteren im Text einige Unterstreichungen. Papier durchgehend stärker gebräunt, gelegentlich leicht fleckig, fingerfleckig. Einige Seiten etwas beschädigt, wenige Seiten eselsohrig. Insgesamt ist der Buchblock im ordentlichen Zustand, der Einband ist restaurierungsbedürftig. ( Gothofredus Dionysius (1549-1622), war ein bedeutender Jurist, der in Genf, Straßburg und Heidelberg lehrte ). ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available )

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        The Old Fiddler ["Oude Vioolspeler"] - Original Engraving

      Amsterdam 1622 - Original ca. 1620 engraving of an old man playing the violin by the Dutch Golden Age artist, son of the engraver Jacob Matham. The man, wearing a feathered cap and with a bagpipe strapped over his shoulder, is shown playing the violin left-handed, holding the instrument against his chest. The text below the image is a cheeky reference to the seventeenth-century sexual connotations of the violin and reads (translated from the Dutch): "My snares [strings] are still strong, as well as all the rest / So if my Aeltie helps then it will sure go best." The empty bagpipe the man carries is also a veiled reference to sexual prowess.  Hollstein Dutch 6; "Old men in black and white: the imagination of the age in Dutch printmaking (1550-1650)", Anouk Janssen, p. 283, fig. 188; Amsterdam Rijksmuseum RP-P-1883-A-7212. Set on a silk mat and framed. Significant losses along the right edge with smaller hole and loss along the opposite side, area of staining to middle right, collector's pencil notation at foot, frame heavily chipped. 15.5 x 25 cm; 6.1 x 9.6 inches. Framed to 34 x 39 cm; 13.5 x 15.5 inches. 

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