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2013-06-09 12:18:14
BELLARMINO, Roberto
Paris, Seb. Cramoisy, 1622. 1622 2 parti in un volume in -8 (cm. 16,5 x 10,5), pp. (16) 333 (1); Unito con: Martignac, Ioanne Baptista. Sylva Radicum Hebraicarum, Quae radices omnes, & aliquot derivata ordine Alphabetico continet. Paris, S. Cramoisy, J. Libert, 1622. Pp. 79. Leg. del XIX secolo mezza pelle. Dorso liscio con titolo e filetti oro. Buona edizione di questo classico del Cardinale Bellarmino, qui con le annotazioni di Simeon de Muis, che dedica il suo lavoro al Cardinale François de la Rochefoucault. Prima Edizione del manuale ebraico del Martignac, anche attribuito a Nicolas Riqueil. Cfr. De Backer/Sommervogel VI c. 1874 nr. 1.
Bookseller: Studio bibliografico Atlantis
2013-06-07 09:57:19
STEVENS, K & LIBAUT, J.
Amsterdam, Michiel Colijn, 1622. Folio (295 x 190 mm). pp. (2), 259, (13, index), title with 2 caryatides holding a garland of fruit and vegetables and a pleasure garden on lower part of title, 24 woodcut illustrations in the text. Contemporary vellum. The first Dutch edition was published in Amsterdam in 1588. It is a Dutch edition of Estienne's, in Latin Stephanus' and in Dutch Stevens', famous work on agriculture. It was first published as 'Praedium rusticum' 1554. An amazingly popular French version 'L'agriculture et maison rustique' was first published in Paris 1564, translated by his Estienne's son-in-law, Jean Libault. It became a Renaissance bestseller with at least 80 editions by the fall of Napoleon. The work was translated into the English, German, Dutch, Italian and Scandinavian languages. It is a veritable encyclopedia of country living, with large sections on orchards and fruit. Charles Estienne belonged to the famous dynasty of Parisian printers, he was however a poor businessman and died imprisoned in 1561 at the Châtelet. Outer margins of title a bit frayed, some slight waterstaining towards the end of book. Bibl. Belg. II, pp. 1057-1058.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk B.V.
2013-05-03 15:14:40
[TEGEL] JÖRENSSON, Erich:
Stockholm, Christoffer Reusner, 1622. Titelblad tryckt i rött och svart + (14) + 415 + (9) s. Samtida pergamentband. 30 X 19 cm. Exlibris (Axel Kock). Titelbladet lagat med textförlust. Gammal namnteckning på titelbladet. S. 225-227 trasiga med pappers- och textförlust (hål). Pärmpapperet på bakre pärmens insida maskstunget
Bookseller: Antikvariat Röda Rummet AB
2013-02-07 16:17:59
LAUREMBERG, JOHANN WILLEM.
Lugduni [Lyon], Typis Ioannis Anard, 1622. 4°. Contemporary vellum binding, only slightly soiled. (8) + 529 + (3) pages. Last page blank. Old library stamp »Aalborg Skole« on title page. One or two small handwritten notes. A few corners missing not affecting the text at all. Previous owner's name and handwritten notes on free front end paper. A little marginaly damp stained.
Bookseller: Mandøes Antikvariat [DK]
2013-02-07 10:20:43
MEURSIUS Johannes
apud Godefridum Basson In-16 gr. (mm. 190x145), 2 opere in 1 vol., piena pergam. coeva (dorso macchiato), pp. (8),114,(14), marca tipograf. al frontesp. Unito a: "Ceramicus geminus" "sive De Ceramici Atheniensium utriusque Antiquitatibus. Liber singularis. Nunc primum editus cura Samuelis Pufendorfii". Trajecti ad Rhenum, ex Officina Theodori ab Ackersdyck, 1663, pp. (4),96,(8), marca tipograf. al frontesp., e capilettera figur., inc. su legno. Due delle 13 opere pubblicate dal Meursius sull'antica Atene, con testi in latino e greco. Il filologo olandese "Jan van Meurs, latinizzato in Meursius, (1579-1639), fu dapprima professore di greco e storia all'università di Leida, poi (dal 1625) professore di storia e politica a Soro in Danimarca (dove mori') e storiografo regio di Cristiano IV di Danimarca. I suoi numerosi studi filologici e antiquari furono in gran parte compresi nel "Thesaurus antiquitatum graecarum" del Gronovio e in quello del Grevio". Cosi' Enc. Treccani,XXIII, p. 138. Con lievi aloni margin., pagg. ingiallite per la qualità della carta ma certam. un buon esemplare.
Bookseller: Libreria La Bottega delle Occasioni
2013-01-04 17:00:51
Ribadeneyra Pedro.
Cm. 16, pp. (16) 624 (8). Bel frontespizio allegorico ed il ritratto dell'autore incisi in rame. Leg. settecentesca in cart. alla rustica, dorso ricoperto in carta colorata. Traccia di un'etichetta al frontespizio (presente al dorso) e poche tracce d'uso; esemplare complessivamente genuino, marginoso ed in ottimo stato di conservazione. Opera assai signigicativa nell'ambito del pensiero politico del Cinquecento spagnolo esemplificativo della scuola antimachiavellica. Traduzione di Scipione Metelli. Interessante e non comune.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2013-01-04 07:29:49
AQUINATIS Thomae [AQUINAS Thomas] 1225?-1274
Bookseller: Madoc Books (ABA-ILAB) [Llandudno, CONWY, United Kingdom]
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2012-12-31 20:18:22
BERGIER, NICOLAS.
Paris, Chez C. Morel, 1622. In 4to (cm 17,2 x 24,5), front. in rosso / nero, pp. (40), 856, (28), testatine, capilettera xilografati e ornati, alcuni schemi e tabelle n. t., leg. recente in piena pelle, titolo in oro sul suo tassello originale. Nicolas Bergier fu storico e avvocato (Reims, 1 marzo 1567 - Reims, 18 agosto 1623). Al Bergier, appassionato della storia delle vie di comunicazione romane, il Re Luigi XIII commission? un lavoro di ricerca sul soggetto. Dopo cinque anni, venne pubblicato questo importante documento sulla geografia dell'Impero Romano e sulle sue vie di comunicazione (comprese le tecniche e i dettagli di costruzione). Per quanto non in questa, ma solo nelle due edizioni successive, quelle stampate nel Settecento (la prima nel 1728, la seconda nel 1736), si riporta la celebre "Tabula Peutingeriana" (la "Peutingeriana", come copia medievale di una carta di et? romana imperiale, fu pubblicata ad Anversa nel 1598, ripresa poi negli atlanti dell'Ortelio e del Jansson, nei primi anni del '600, e successivamente fu presente in edizioni posteriori alla prima di questa opera), resta la nostra la pi? importante delle edizioni, prima e rara, peraltro l'unica a essere edita con l'Autore ancora in vita. Edizione originale di opera dotta e importante. Esemplare in buono stato di conservazione.
Bookseller: Botteghina D'arte Galleria K?s
2012-06-29 15:58:45
GARCIA DE SAAVEDRA, Juan
- quaeest I.8. Tit. II. lib. 2. Novae Recopilat /per Ioannem Garsiam a Saavedra.Madrid, Viuda de Fernando Correa, 1622, 21x28, 8 hojas, 216 folios. Texto a dos columnas. Escudo grabado en portada. Agujerito en una hoja con pequeña pérdida de papel que afecta a alguna letra. Manchita en esquina inferior de 3 últimas hojas. Encuadernado en pergamino de época. (Volumen dedicado a la aplicación del derecho en el ámbito de la nobleza y considerado la mejor obra de García de Saavedra). (34637).
Bookseller: Librería J. Cintas
2012-06-27 16:31:47
MONTEMAYOR, George de
- En Madrid: Por la Viuda de Alonso Martín, Acosta de Domingo Gonzalez mercader de libros, año 1622.- [8 h.], 440 folios (signaturas g8, A-Z8, Aa-Zz8, Aaa-Iii8): En la portada escudo real grabado en madera; 8° minúsculo (15 x 10 cm.); Bonita encuadernación en Plena Piel verde, estilo neoclásico del primer tercio del siglo XIX, planchas en seco, ruedas doradas, cantos y contracantos dorados, lomo cuajado y cortes dorados.- Corto de margenes, por lo que alguna signatura del margen inferior ha sido parcialmente cortada. En la primera hoja de cortesía tiene un pequeño índice manuscrito a tinta, seguramente del siglo XVIII. No obstante y en términos generales la obra ofrece un magnífico estado, con una excelente encuadernación muy bien conservada. Esta edición contiene el mismo texto que la editada en Madrid por la Imp. Real en 1602. Según Menéndez Pelayo, "La Diana" ha influido en la literatura moderna más que ninguna otra novela pastoril, incluso más que la Arcadia de Sannazaro, o Dafnis y Cloe, que no tuvo imitador hasta Bernardino de Saint Pirre. Palau 177669. MUY RARO. Libro en español [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Miguel Miranda, AILA ILAB
2012-06-09 18:15:48
Brooke, Ralphe
NP, 1622. Revised second edition. Hardcover. vg. 4to. [8],392,[2],pp. Bound in modern three-quarter calf over marbled boards protected by mylar. Gold-lettering and stamped floral decorations on spine. Raised bands. Modern endpapers. Title-page with decorative woodcut border. Title page with author's name spelled incorrectly "Raphe." Second edition of Brooke's famous 'Catalogue of English Nobility,' profusely illustrated throughout with woodcuts of coats of arms. Ralph Brooke (1553-1625) was an English Officer of Arms in the reigns of Elizabeth I and James I. The first edition was published in 1619 and was full of errors, which intensified the already excising feud between Brooke and William Camden, a fellow Officer of Arms. In the foreword of this edition, Brooke fails to take responsibility and blames his printer William Jaggard for the mistakes in the first edition. Augustine Vincent, a friend of Camden, set the record straight in his 1622 work 'A Discoverie of Errors' in which he points out that Brooke, not Jaggard, was responsible for the errors. Jaggard happily served as the printer on Vincent's work. Decorative initials and headpieces. One page-added manuscript (tipped-in) with code of arms. Some entries annotated in text, few sentences with underlining. Age wear on boards. Paper-split along gutter on free front endpaper, firmly holding. Water staining on few pages. Rippling to leaves. Some errors in paging, as published. Overall very good condition. Fascinating 17th-century work on the genealogy of English nobility. Rare, complete second edition.
Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB) [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2012-06-04 17:02:33
TABARIN
1622 - 1- RECUEIL GENERAL DES RENCONTRES, QUESTIONS DEMANDES, & AUTRES OEUVRES TABARINIQUES AVEC LEURS RESPONSES.Paris, Anthoine de Sommaville, 1622.188 p. titre inclus, vignette de titre gravée.2- INVENTAIRE UNIVERSEL DES OEUVRES DE TABARIN CONTENANT SES FANTAISIES, DIALOGUES, PARADOXES, GAILLARDISES, RENCONTRES, FARCES & CONCEPTIONS. Paris, Pierre Rocolet & Anthoine Estoc, 1623.(12), 204 p.3- LES RENCONTRES FANTAISIES ET COQ-À-L’ASNE FACETIEUX DU BARON DE GRATTELARD, TENANT SA CLASSE ORDINAIRE AU BOUT DU PONT-NEUF.Paris, Imprimerie de Jullien Trostolle, s.d. (1622).(8), 64 p.Ensemble de 3 ouvrages reliés en un volume in-12. Plein veau, dos à 5 nerfs orné de compartiments richement garnis, tranches rouges. Reliure ancienne. 147 x 80 mm.L’UNE DES ŒUVRES IMPORTANTES DU SIÈCLE DE LOUIS XIII réimprimée par Scherer dans la bibliothèque de la Pléiade en 1975.I- ÉDITION ORIGINALE RARISSIME DES "Rencontres Fantaisies et Coqu-à-l'Asne" DE TABARIN IMPRIIMÉE À PARIS EN 1622.Cette originale littéraire est si rare que les principales Institutions publiques ne possèdent que des réimpressions tardives.II- ÉDITION EN PARTIE ORIGINALE, À LA DATE DE L’ORIGINALE, DU "Recueil général des rencontres, questions, demandes.". ELLE CONTIENT NEUF " questions" EN ORIGINALE, soit 63 au total précédées de "l'origine de la race et du chapeau de Tabarin". (Brunet, V, 618. Leber, 2473. Mercier, 623. A. Veinant, Bibliographie Tabarinique, p. XX).III- ÉDITION PUBLIÉE UN AN APRÈS L’ORIGINALE DE L'Inventaire universel des Oeuvres de Tabarin.RECUEIL D’UNE INSIGNE RARETÉ COMPLET D … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE SOURGET [France]
2012-06-01 04:48:22
VOSSIUS, Gerardus Joannes [Gerhard Johann Voss, 1577-1649, Editor]
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.
Bookseller: Hesperia Libros
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2012-05-25 11:00:43
SALO Alexis de
- chez Louis Muguet, à 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, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2012-05-24 09:58:01
Alciati Andrea
Landwehr (neu) 28 - diese Ausgabe nicht in Praz.- Titelauflage der Ausgabe Antwerpen 1622.- Sehr seltene Ausgabe des berühmten, erstmals 1531 in Augsburg erschienenen, Emblembuches von Andrea Alciati (1492 - 1550) von dem bis 1790 über 130 Ausgaben erschienen sind; mit den Kommentaren von Claude Mignault (1536 - 1606).- Titel mit hs. Besitzvermerk, tls. etw. gebräunt, durchgehender Braunfleck im Bund, Ebd. fleckig u. leicht aufgewölbt.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller [Salzburg, Austria]
2012-05-23 18:55:41
IOANNIS DE CARTHAGENA HISPANI.
Keerbergium., Antuerpiae. 1622 - 3 voll., in fol., p. pelle, cc.nn. 6 + pp. 520 + cc.nn. 29 + Index (1° vol.) + cc.nn. 2 + pp. 536 (2° vol - pars prima, continens eiusdem Virginis Deiparae Conceptionem, Nativitatem, Annunciationem, Visitationem, Partum & Virginittem) + 446 + cc.nn. 15 di Index(2° vol. - pars altera, quae reliqua eiusdem Virginis Deiparae, eiusque Sponsi Ioseph Encomia, cultum, & admiranda complectitur). Front. fig. con marca tipografica e caratteri rossi e neri. Capilettera su piccole ma ricche inc. Testate. Finaline. Nervi. Tagli spruzzati rossi. Mende ai piatti ed ai d. Tracce di gore su alcune cc.nn. del 1° e 3° vol. che, tuttavia, non interessano il t. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria M. T. Cicerone
2012-05-15 22:06:28
EMBLEMBUCH - - ALCIATI, Andrea.
Antwerpen, Officina Plantiniana, apud Balthasaram Moretum, & Viduam Ioannis Moreti, & Io. Meursium 1622.. 12°. 392 S. (einschl. Tit.), [4] Bl. Mit einer Druckermarke in Holzschnitt am Titelblatt u. dem letzten ungez. Bl., 2 Initialen, 1 Schlußvign. sowie 208 in d. Text eingefügten Holzschnitten (Embleme). Pergamentband d. Zt. mit Rückenbeschriftung v. alter Hand. u. abgeschrägten Seitenkanten. Schließbänder fehlen; Einband etwas berieben u. abgegriffen, jedoch nicht schadhaft. Kl. Monogrammstempel u. Signatur v. alter Hd. auf dem Titelbl., im Text durchgeh. leicht gebräunt u. vereinz. m. Anmerkungen v. alter Hand.. Landwehr 28.Hübsche Plantin-Ausgabe der erstmals 1531 in Augsburg unter d. Titel "Emblematum liber" erschienenen Sinnbildgedichte des Mailländer Humanisten und Juristen Andrea Alciati (1492-1550). Dieser gilt als Begründer der modischen Kunstform des sogenannten Emblems, die vom 16. bis ins 18. Jahrhundert nachhaltig das literarische und künstlerische Schaffen beeinflusst hat. (vgl. dazu Kindler I, 256f.). Vorliegende Ausgabe mit kurzen didaktischen Erläuterungen zu jedem Emblem des Juristen Claude Mignault (ca. 1536-1606), einer 11-seitigen Vita v. Alciatus und der Holzschnitt-Bilderfolge, die durch das Monogramm (A.) Adam van Port zugewiesen werden kann (vgl. dazu Graesse I, 62; nennt mehrere frühere Plantin-Ausgaben ab 1622).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Löcker
2012-05-11 15:29:19
DU PRAISSAC (Le Sieur)
Paris, widow of Matthieu Guillemot & Samuel Thiboust, 1622. 8vo. [8] + 219 + 137p. Allegorical engraved title with 2 figures in armour upholding royal arms of France; 4 subtitles with royal arms; numerous woodcuts and diagrams in the text, many full-page. Contemporary vellum. Corrected and enlarged second edition of this influential military manual, (first published: Paris 1614), which owed its success to the wide range of technical advice offered. Discussed are the rules of fortification and methods of attack and defence of fortresses, the applications of the petard, the use of French artillery, fire-works etc. 77 woodcuts (some full-page), illustrate troup formations, guns, battering rams, rockets, and battle orders; there are 22 plans of fortifications of different cities (Geneva, Ostende etc.). Also included into the volume are the author's minor works: Les Questions Militaires (dated 1617), Les Epistres, Les Libres Discours, and La Methode pour resoudre facilment toute question militaire proposée. Jordan lists a total of twelve French editions, two editions in Dutch, one in German, and John Cruso's English translation of 1638. The text was plagiarized in full by Wallhausen as early as 1616 (in Kriegsmanual), and in part in Gaya's Treatise of Arms (1670). Cockle (146), listing the English edition of 1638, comments: 'A book frequently quoted from, and, in its time, highly esteemed" Jähns 934-35; Jordan 0983. SEE ILLUSTRATION [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hünersdorff Rare Books ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2012-05-09 17:05:27
ROA , Martín de.
- Málaga, Juan René, 1622, 20’5 x 15,5 cm., bella encuadernación en plena piel moderna con adornos en seco en las tapas, 4 h. + 83 folios de texto fileteado con apostillas marginales + 7 h. (Buen ejemplar de esta obra en primera y única edición antigua. La obra se ocupa de los tiempos antiguos y modernos y fue impresa en los talleres de Juan René, el primer impresor de la ciudad). ANDALUCÍA MÁLAGA
Bookseller: Librería Anticuaria Antonio Mateos
2012-05-05 17:30:43
[East Indies]:
[London]. Feb. 8, 1622.. 6pp. Small quarto. Modern half morocco and cloth, spine gilt. Lightly age- toned and stained, with light edge wear. Very good. This newsletter is probably the earliest surviving English bulletin of current information concerning events in the Far East and the East Indies. This newssheet reports the capture of the islands of Lantore (Great Banda) and Polaroone (Pulau Run) in the Banda Islands from the British by the Dutch East India Company. The islands had been discovered and annexed to Portugal in 1512, and were valued for their spices, especially nutmeg. Early in the 17th century the Dutch expelled the Portuguese. The British subsequently gained control of the islands from the Dutch for a brief period. Despite treaties, the Dutch attacked and expelled the British in 1621, as detailed here. According to ESTC, a SECOND COURANTE of news from the East Indies was printed in London on February 18. Lach notes that the Dutch and English produced several tracts during this period, each giving their respective accounts of hostilities in the East Indies and Banda in particular. The present COURANTE is among the rarest such works. ESTC locates a total of only five copies of this February 8 newsletter, at the British Library, Cambridge, Oxford, the Folger Shakespeare Library, and the University of Minnesota, and this particular title is not mentioned by Lach. Rare. LOWNDES, p.1670. BELL IV, 34. STC 7457. ESTC S113953. Lach, ASIA IN THE MAKING OF EUROPE III, pp.555-56, 1427-36.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
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2012-04-29 14:16:15
AQUINATIS Thomae [AQUINAS Thomas] 1225?-1274
Coloniae Agrippinae [Cologne]: Antonij Hierati [Anton Hierat], 1622 1622, VG+, 5 Vols bound as 1 plus the General Index. In contemporary, heavily tooled, rather grubby white vellum, crest? to center, 4 brass attachments but lacking the 2 clasps, a little grubby at edges, tips repaired. Relaid spine, raised bands with title in a contemporary hand. Internally, modern end papers, hinges strengthened, title page in red and black ink text, small ink college name to head, occasional marginal worm holes, [12], 216. [8], 220, [14], [2], 341, [1], [12], 208, [2], 3-184, [150], (20 pp. In 5 parts - Part 1, Theologicae Angelici Doctoris, 216 pp. Part 2, 1st, De vltimo fine humanaevitae, De virtutibus & vitijs in genere, 220 pp (with own 1622 TP). Part 2, 2nd, Omnivmqvae ad moralem scientiam, 341 pp (with its own 1622 tp). Part 3, De Christi incarnatione, & de iis quae ipse egit atque passus est, 208 pp (with its own TP). Part 4, Supplementum Ad Tertiam Partem, Qvam D Thomas Morte Praeventvs Neqvivit Perficere, 184 pp (with TP). a-p5 includes Editio Postrema Qvinqve Novorvm Indicvm Generalivm. Index Secundus, Qui Universam Summae Theologicae. De Sacramentis Ecclesiae Christi. Schema Augustini Hunnaei. Brevissimus Catechismus Catholicus.Title pages and text all within ruled frames, title vignettes; initials; head- and tail-pieces; printed marginal notes, printed primarily in double columns, each part has separate title page, approx 70 lines per full column. Small worm holes to upper cover, margins of title page and a few after, not detracting, some light edge browning, 3 leaves with e … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Madoc Books (ABA-ILAB) [United Kingdom]
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2012-04-15 00:03:00
Erasmus
Cologne: Io. Soter 1622 1st ed. 16mo, 1522. First edition. VOL. I ONLY of Erasmus' two-volume edition of the works of St. Cyprian. WorldCat locates only six copies. Bound in recent full calf in a 16th-century style. Old library name rubberstamped on both title page and colophon. Some old ink handwriting on title page along with some scattered marginalia else interior clean. Overall in very good condition. The title page and colophon have illustations else the only illustrations are rubricated initials at each chapter heading.
Bookseller: Kubik Fine Books Ltd, ABAA
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2012-03-24 16:20:22
MORENO DE VARGAS, Bernabé.
Imp. Alonso Martín. Madrid, 1622. . 20,5 cm. 8 h. (incluyendo la portada grabada al cobre por Y. de Courbes), 136 fol. Texto con apostillas marginales. Ilustr. con varios grabados en el texto, capitales y "culs-de-lampe" xilografiados. Enc. en pergamino. Leve desperfecto en la segunda hoja y la última sin afectar el texto. * Bernabé Moreno de Vargas (Mérida, 1576-1648) estudió en Salamanca leyes, vivió once años en Montijo, y en 1616 tuvo que partir para ocupar el cargo hereditario de regidor perpetuo de Mérida. Primera edición de este tratado sobre los orígenes y formación de la nobleza española, que tuvo un gran éxito. Explica cuál es el origen de la nobleza, las diversas formas de adquirir la hidalguía, la distinción entre infanzones, hijosdalgo, gentilhombres y escuderos, y entre hijosdalgos de sangre y de privilegio, el linaje, sus exenciones, etc. Además, analiza el orden que deben guardar los nobles, la forma de los escudos de armas, cómo grabar los blasones o conservar las armas "sin mezcla de otras", entre otros conceptos heráldicos. Palau 182382. Nobiliaria, Historia de España. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria anticuaria Farré [Barcelona, Spain]
2012-03-17 11:21:03
BOURGHESIUS Joannes S.J. - Jean Bourgeois ( )
.: Antwerpiæ (Antwerpen), apud Henricum Aertssium, 1622, engraved title + 76 engraved plates by Boetius à Bolswert, 18th century full red morocco binding, covers with double gilt fillet, smooth gilt back, all edges gilt, headcap slightly damaged, title page a bit soiled and with little inkspots, the name Boetius à Bolswert erased from title. Jean Bourgeois .S.J. (Maubeuge, formerly in the Southern Netherlands, 1572 - 1653), led the jesuit college at Valenciennes and subsequently at Saint-Omer. This finely engraved suite, with Latin commentaries engraved underneath the pictures served the didactical purposes of the jesuits in their drive to bring the catholic religion to the young and uneducated. This is the first edition of the plates which were quickly re-edited with a French and a Dutch text, apparently the plates were also edited with a separate text (see Funck).n°7030. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Wim de Goeij [Antwerpen, Belgium]
2012-03-11 17:59:40
Callot, Jacques (1592-Nancy-1635), after.
After 1622. Series of 7 etchings, each representing two street-performers, dancers, musicians, or actors in carnival dress with masks, plumed hats, fighting, dancing, playing the lute and hurdy-gurdy; lettered with names of characters and one plate at bottom left 'Iacques Callot In'. Each c. 5,6 x 7 cm.*Rare etchings. Jacques Callot's original series of twenty-four plates was most likely published in Nancy around 1622, after compositions designed in Florence (see: Meaume Nos. 641-664). Rather than characters from the commedia dell' arte, the figures are to be identified as street-performers engaged in a dance called 'Sfessania'. Sfessania is a Neapolitan dialect word for a moresca dance, including elements of a local Neapolitan dance and song, the 'Lucia Canazza'. Two of the etchings are loose copies in reverse after Callot, one etching is an adaptation. The other four etchings are own inventions of the anonymous artist, incorporating characters depicted by Callot:Che buoua (buona) mi sa/Cap. Cerimonia; with plate-number 1 in right lower cornerMetzetin/Cicho SgarraMaramao/Cap. Cardoni (copy in reverse of Meaume No. 662)Cucurucu/Razullo (copy in reverse of Meaume No. 659)Meo Squaquara/BernovallaCucuba/Cap. Babeo (variant in reverse of Meaume No. 656)Cap. Bellavita/Gian Fritello; lettered at bottom left 'Iacques Callot In'.- Cut to the border-lines and mounted on 1 sheet of paper, a few repairs mainly in blank parts of plates, one tiny hole in lower blank part; some brown spots, framed under glass.[(5924)]
Bookseller: Ludwig Rosenthal's Antiquariaat [Leidschendam, Netherlands]
2012-02-10 22:43:52
Ralph Brooke
London , 1622 The full set of titles on the title page continues: 'Collected by Ralph Brooke, Esquire, Yorke Herald and by him enlarged with amendment of divers faults committed by the printer in the time of the Author's sicknesse.' This very early peerage was first published in 1619 and was the centre of controversy mainly because peerages were a hotly contested issue. The book had errors, blamed by the author on the printer and blamed by factions opposed to Brooke on Brooke himself. Brooke was a Yorke Herald of Arms (an officer of arms at the College of Arms) from 1593-1625 and his main opponent in this was William Camden, a fellow Herald. The row is preserved for us in their writing - in Brooke's Dedication and Foreward to the book; in his critique of Camden; and in Augustine Vincent's published critique of Brooke (Vincent was a friend of Camden). This copy is the revised 1622 edition. It has a decorative title page; dedication 'To the High and Mighty Prince, James, King of Great Britaine, France, and Ireland, etc'; foreward for the reader 'To the Honourable and judicious Reader'; the main text with numerous coats of arms; and 'A Table of the severall Catalogues contayned in the Booke,'. It has 394 pages (although it reads to 392 because page numbers 385 and 386 have been used twice). In full leather binding with raised bands. The binding is old and worn - the spine joints have cracked and the binding is held on by the stitching. The boards and spine are complete but scuffed. There is a book plate of The Right Hon John De La Wa … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2011-11-04 22:12:32
FONS, Juan Pablo.
Sebastian Matevad., Barcelona. 1622 - Lomo y cubierta algo deteriorados. Anotaciones. Enc. Pergamino. CONTRA REEMBOLSO, +5.00€ LIBRO EN ESPANOL
Bookseller: Librería Javier Fernández
2011-10-06 09:56:00
Harpsfield, Nicholas
Duaci : [ either Ex typographia or Sumptibus] Marci Wyon (publisher details not clear because of missing title page). 1622 - Folio sized volume in contemporary full leather binding with six raised spine bands and blind-stamped border rules on front and back; pp. [22], 1-660 (Main text), 661-732 (Historia Wicleffiana Eiusdem Auctoris), 733-740 (Narratio de Divortio Henrici VIII Regis), 741-779 (Catalus Ex Anglico Ioannis Speed Latinus), [1] (Summa Privilegii). Head- and tail- pieces, ornate initial letters and printed marginalia throughout. Errata on verso of final leaf. A few pagination errors: p744/745 and p770/771 omitted and p290, p747 and p777 mis-numbered as 284, 752 and 769 respectively. Binding is very sturdy and surprisingly well-preserved including the joints: the only major flaw is a 5cm split to upper front hinge with a some loss to head of spine; lesser flaws include bumping with light wear to fore-corner tips, a 5 cm surface crack (not split) to upper rear hinge; a small number of ancient worm holes and a few light scuffs to rear board, and front and rear paste-downs are missing. Text block is firm with a few light spots to some leaves, but leaves are generally clean and very clear, and without any inscriptions, annotations, etc; and last leaf has section of lower corner missing, affecting a couple of words of errata paragraph. However the major flaw with this volume is the missing title page and the damaged first leaf where only a remnant of it remains (here the ornate initial letter M and underneath text survives). Apart from the text missing at beginning of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lost World Books
2010-10-29 21:10:16
Moliere (1622-1673); (Lully, Jean Baptiste; 1632-1687).
Moliere (1622-1673); (Lully, Jean Baptiste (1632-1687)). L'Amour Medecin. Paris: Chez Theodore Girard, 1666. 1666 Priv. Dec 30, 1665; Acheve Jan 15, 1666. Originale edition. 12mo. 5 pl., 59 (i.e. 95)pp. Lacking frontispiece. Signatures: a6, A-D12 (a1, frontispiece). Page 95 incorrectly numbered 59. Comedy-ballet, without the music (by Lully, a contemporary date on title page in ink notes the first performance as Mar 22 1665). Bound by Trautz-Bauzonnet in red morocco, gilt rules. A very handsome copy. Slipcase. Love-sick Lucinde feigns illness. Her father, Sganarelle, brings in one doctor after another but he rejects their cures. Finally, Lucinde's beloved Clitandre, masquerading as a doctor suggests that marriage is the cure for this kind of love-sickness, but Sganarelle wants to keep Lucinde and her dowry for himself. The miserly father is tricked into signing a marriage contract between the two lovers, which he thinks is a only a placebo to raise her spirits. Commissioned by the King for a royal entertainment at Versailles and first performed on September 15, 1664, l'Amour Medecin is a comedy ballet with music by Lully in three acts. With ballet entries interspresed through the action, entre-actes are described in the text. In his Preface, Moličre cautions that one should not judge the play without seeing it. He also writes that he wrote the ballet in only five days and apologizes that it is only a sketch. He praises Lully's music. The comedy ballet form was in part created by Moliere himself along with the ballet teacher and theorist Pierre Bea … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-10-28 20:29:23
BUXTORF, JOHANN
Basileae: ex officina Ludovici Regis, 1622. First edition, 8vo, pp. [20], 640; contemporary if not original full vellum, remains of reddish paper label in mss. on upper spine, autograph title also direct on spine, the whole somewhat soiled and stained, the top of the spine showing some chips, and some browning to text pages (letterpress still clear and legible); a good or better copy overall. Buxtorf junior (1599-1664) was the son of the famed Basel professor, Hebrew scholar, and theologian of the same name (1564-1629) who published his landmark Biblia Hebraica cum Paraphr. Chald. et Commentariis Rabbinorum in 1618-1619. The younger and precocious Buxtorf, a noted theologian and Semitic scholar in his own right, published his first work, this Lexicon, "as a companion work to his father's great Rabbinical Bible" (EB-11).
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2010-10-28 01:50:30
Bacon, Francis.]
London: printed by W. Stansby, for Matthew Lownes, and William Barret, 1622. Mixed edition, small folio, pp. [4], 248; engraved portrait frontispiece by John Payne (with moderate dampstain pervading about a third of it), title within an elaborate architectural woodcut border, text within ruled borders throughout, early ownership signature on the front free endpaper of "Jer. Milles de Duloe" (almost certainly the antiquary Jeremiah Milles (1714-1784) of Duloe, Cornwall -- see DNB for a 3-column account), and with numerous underlinings and occasional notes in the margins in his hand; dampstain at the bottom quarter of C1-D2, all else very good in contemporary full speckled paneled calf, speckled edges; edges a little rubbed, the whole very nicely rebacked and preserving the original red morocco label. See Gibson 116a and 116b for distinctions in the many errata: "There is ... no certain means of determining their priority."
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB) [St. Paul, MN, U.S.A.]
2010-07-27 01:58:51
Garasse, François, SJ.].
Paris, Sebastien Chappelet, 1622. (36), 985 (recte: 997), (1) SS. Mit Holzschnittdruckermarke am Titel. Marmorierter Pappband mit altem hs. Rückenschildchen. Marmorierter Schnitt. 8vo. Erste Ausgabe. - Scharfe Attacke des streitbaren Jesuiten Garasse (1584-1631) gegen die "Recherches" des Parlamentsrats Pasquier, der vehement für die Universität und gegen den Jesuitenorden auftrat. "Pasquiers Söhne vertheidigten ihren Vater in der Schrift 'Défense pour Et. Pasquier', Paris 1624, nachmals (1627) 'Antigarassus' betitelt. Beide Schriften, sagt Abbé d'Artigny, seien ein wahres Wörterbuch von Injurien und gallichten Ausfällen" (Wetzer/W.). - Gutes, kaum fleckiges Exemplar mit zeitgenöss. Besitzvermerk des Jesuitenkollegs Senonais am Titel und alter hs. Verfasserauflösung am Vorsatz. Barbier IV, 19. Goldsmith P 611. De Backer/Sommervogel III, 1187, 13. LThK IV, 289. Wetzer/Welte V, 95. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2010-04-27 07:51:36
Owen, John
Lipsiae: Sumptibus Haeredum. Thomae Schureri. Poor. 1622. Hardcover. Covers warped. Large split to spine. Pages browned by age, many folded corners. Long inscription facing title-page. Text is in Latin. Headline on the 38-42 epigram page in Book III, Liber Secundus is incorrectly printed Liber Tertius. ; Epigrams, per book: I: Liber Primus; 173. Liber Secundus; 218. Liber Tertius; 208. II: Liber Unus; 276. Et Politica; 90, 37. III: Liber Primus; 111. Liber Secundus; 100. Liber Tertius; 124. IV: Liber Primus; 100. Liber Secundus; 92. Liber Tertius; 104.; 32mo 4" - 5" tall .
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2010-04-05 17:21:09
Bacon, Sir Francis
London: W. Stansby for Mathew Lownes and William Barret, 1622 Book. Fair+. Full-Leather. 2nd Edition. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. A handsome copy, whose major flaw is a detatched front board. It was received with three clipped catalogue listings which may or may not bear on this copy. Also the following notes were penciled on the blank second to last endsheet, "Bought at Anderson Galleries Dec. 12 1917, Grove sale #33, cost KE. This copy is the genuine 1st issue of the 1st edition (this is crossed out and '2nd' appended) See headline on page 59. A copy sold at Anderson's feb. 13th 1918 for QXE. *and spelling of enemies page 13." These points seem to have been superceded by the errata appearance and corrections. I will summarize all the data I have at hand. Spelling of 'Raigne' is used throughout. Page 59 has 'The Raigne' at it's page top where it should not appear. The spelling of 'enimies' is present in the 30th line of page 13. Regarding the errata at page 248, this has been crossed out by hand and the issues corrected either by hand or type re-setting in each case. Collation is quarto, book measures 11 1/2 x 7 3/4, 248 pages. Regarding the books condition, the spine is unribbed but gilt illustrated in seven segments with the age darkened label in the 2nd from the top, there is chip out top and bottom and at exterior hinge extremities. Front hinge is neatly cracked, inside and out, back hinge starting but much less weak. The boards have gilt edgework (inside and out) and tooling. Significant tip rounding and abrasion thru the leather … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-02-19 04:48:19
Harpsfield, Nicholas
Duaci : [ either Ex typographia or Sumptibus] Marci Wyon (publisher details not clear because of missing title page). 1622 - Folio sized volume in contemporary full leather binding with six raised spine bands and blind-stamped border rules on front and back; pp. [22], 1-660 (Main text), 661-732 (Historia Wicleffiana Eiusdem Auctoris), 733-740 (Narratio de Divortio Henrici VIII Regis), 741-779 (Catalus Ex Anglico Ioannis Speed Latinus), [1] (Summa Privilegii). Head- and tail- pieces, ornate initial letters and printed marginalia throughout. Errata on verso of final leaf. A few pagination errors: p744/745 and p770/771 omitted and p290, p747 and p777 mis-numbered as 284, 752 and 769 respectively. Binding is very sturdy and surprisingly well-preserved including the joints: the only major flaw is a 5cm split to upper front hinge with a some loss to head of spine; lesser flaws include bumping with light wear to fore-corner tips, a 5 cm surface crack (not split) to upper rear hinge; a small number of ancient worm holes and a few light scuffs to rear board, and front and rear paste-downs are missing. Text block is firm with a few light spots to some leaves, but leaves are generally clean and very clear, and without any inscriptions, annotations, etc; and last leaf has section of lower corner missing, affecting a couple of words of errata paragraph. However the major flaw with this volume is the missing title page and the damaged first leaf where only a remnant of it remains (here the ornate initial letter M and underneath text survives). Apart from the text missing at beginning of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lost World Books
2009-12-15 23:35:32
Brooke, Ralphe
NP, 1622. Revised second edition. Hardcover. vg. 4to. [8],392,[2],pp. Bound in modern three-quarter calf over marbled boards protected by mylar. Gold-lettering and stamped floral decorations on spine. Raised bands. Modern endpapers. Title-page with decorative woodcut border. Title page with author's name spelled incorrectly "Raphe." Second edition of Brooke's famous 'Catalogue of English Nobility,' profusely illustrated throughout with woodcuts of coats of arms. Ralph Brooke (1553-1625) was an English Officer of Arms in the reigns of Elizabeth I and James I. The first edition was published in 1619 and was full of errors, which intensified the already excising feud between Brooke and William Camden, a fellow Officer of Arms. In the foreword of this edition, Brooke fails to take responsibility and blames his printer William Jaggard for the mistakes in the first edition. Augustine Vincent, a friend of Camden, set the record straight in his 1622 work 'A Discoverie of Errors' in which he points out that Brooke, not Jaggard, was responsible for the errors. Jaggard happily served as the printer on Vincent's work. Decorative initials and headpieces. One page-added manuscript (tipped-in) with code of arms. Some entries annotated in text, few sentences with underlining. Age wear on boards. Paper-split along gutter on free front endpaper, firmly holding. Water staining on few pages. Rippling to leaves. Some errors in paging, as published. Overall very good condition. Fascinating 17th-century work on the genealogy of English nobility. Rare, complete second edition.
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2009-03-14 08:15:21
Zeeland.
Kopergravure 1622 - van Petrus Keerius. Rechts onder gezicht op Middelburg en schaalstok in cartouche. Linksboven een fraaie 32-delige windroos. Keerzijde: Latijnse tekst. Afmeting: ca. 47,5 X 35,5 cm. Geleverd in zuurvrij passe-partout.* De kaart geeft de situatie weer van de Zeeuwse eilanden rond 1545 zoals Jacob van Deventer ze tekende. Ref.: Gittenberger / Weiss (Zeeland in oude Kaarten); Blonk: kaartnr. 18.3b. Deze kaart is later door Claes Jansz. Visscher uitgegeven. Gedeelte van de marge aan de bovenzijde vernieuwd.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Boekenbeurs
2009-03-12 17:11:35
MORENO DE VARGAS, Bernabe
Biuda de Alº. Martin, Madrid, 1622. 20x15, 8h, 136f, 1h, escudos grabados. Facsimilada la portada (peq. puntos azules laterales), f.136 y última h. con escudo. Reforzadas: h2 y f122 (ref. con facs.). Margen derecho cortado en parte en: h6, h8 y folios 13, 36, 133 y 135. Pergamino época. - Palau nº 182382. Primera edición.
Bookseller: Escalinata, librería [Madrid, Spain]
2009-03-07 07:20:27
BLASCO DE LANUZA, Vicencio
I. Lanaja y Quartanet, Zaragoza 1622 - 2 vols. fol. 10h, 568p, 6h = 6h, 578p, 6h. Tomo I 6ª hoja y pág.185-86 falta esq. sup. (sin afectar), hum. págs. 490-540 aprox. Tomo II muchas págs. tostadas, errores paginación (de imprenta), pág.207 peq. desgarro margen sup. Perg. (distinta enc.). "- Palau 30770. En 1619 se publicó "Vltimo Tomo de Historias Eclesiásticas y Seculares de Aragón, desde el año 1556 hasta el de 1618", después se publicó la obra completa, en la que el tomo II es el mismo de 1619 con portada de 1622." 1622
Bookseller: Escalinata, librería
2009-02-13 07:20:34
VIRGILE
Leide, Abraham Elzevir, 1622. 8x14 cm. 394 pages + index non paginé. Frontispice orné. Reliure de l'époque en plein parchemin à petits rabats. Dos lisse orné de bandes brunes. Quelques traces d'usage et petit manque sur la couverture, sinon ouvrage en bon état général. Papier frais.Langue
Bookseller: Librairie de l'Univers [Lausanne, Switzerland]
2009-01-11 05:40:53
AQUINAS Saint Thomas (1225?-1274)
Coloniae Agrippinae, Sumpfibus Antonij Hierati, 1622 In Quia quicquid in universis Bibliis continentur obscuri, quicquid in veterum patrum (ab ipso nascentis Ecclesiae initio) monumentis est doctrinae notabilis:.... In Tres Partes ab auctore suo distributa... Editio nouissima, in qua praestitum quid fit, sequenti pagella indicatur. (covers 40 * 25 cm, text block 38.5 * 24 cm) In contemporary, heavily tooled, rather grubby white vellum, which has been relaid onto brown leather spine and covers, crest? to center, 4 brass attachments but missing the 2 clasps, some small worm holes, a little grubby at edges, spine has raised bands with title handwritten in black ink. Internally, fairly recent end papers, reinforced with tape, title page has red and black ink text, small ink college name to head, some small worm holes to L margin. (12), 216, (8), 220, (14), 341, (13), 208, [2], 3-184, (150), (20 pp. In 5 parts - Part 1 = 216 pp. Part 2 - 220 pp. Part 3 - 341. Part 4 - 208. Part 5 - 184 pp. Long index. Title pages and text all within ruled frames, Title page in red and black ink, double columns, each part has separate title page, approx 70 lines per full column. Small worm holes to margins of title page and a few after, not detracting. Rare and in excellent condition. (Extra Postage) The Italian philosopher and theologian St. Thomas Aquinas (ca 1224-1274) was one of the foremost minds of medieval scholasticism. He is recognized as the leading theological authority within the Roman Catholic Church. (OCLC |~|122303692) No entry found at ESTC
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2008-12-06 15:27:30
(TEGEL), ERICH JÖRENSSON.
Sthlm, C. Reusner, 1622. Folio. (12),324,(14) + (6),415,(9) s. Titelbladen tryckta i rött och svart. Med en träsnittsavbildning av Tegels vapen i slutet av andra delen. Trevligt ngt nött hfrbd från mitten av 1700-talet med upphöjda bind, sparsamt guldornerad rygg, svart infärgat titelfält och stänkta snitt. Pärmsidorna tämligen nötta. Inlagan ställvis småfläckig och med en del smärre revor i marginalerna, t.ex. på titelbladet till del I. En hel del äldre lagade revor, hål och hörn: i del I på s. (10)-3, 7-14, 19, 43-44 och 253; i del II på s. 313, 357 och 369 samt på s. 335-36 med mindre textförluster. De sista 25 sidorna i del II med eskalerande fuktfläckar och en tillplattad gråsugga i övre marginalen på det näst sista registerbladet. Ur Carl Gustaf Warmholtz bibliotek och med dennes anteckningar på försättsbladet. Med Skottorps exlibris. Collijn Sveriges bibliografi 1600-talet 913-14. Warmholtz Bibliotheca historica Sueo-Gothica 3041. Med tryckta dedikationer till Gustav II Adolf och Maria Eleonora samt hyllningsskrifter av S. J. Phrygius, J. Dieterus, J. Lehus och två av J. Salvius. Historiken skrevs enligt Warmholtz på Karl IX:s befallning för att vederlägga uppgifter i Huitfeldts krönika om Kristian III. Tegel hämtade mycket stoff ur Peder Swarts krönika.
Bookseller: Mats Rehnström [SE]
2008-11-30 16:16:15
MONTEMAYOR, George de
Por la Viuda de Alonso Martín(), 1622. En Madrid: Por la Viuda de Alonso Martín, Acosta de Domingo Gonzalez mercader de libros, año 1622.- [8 h.], 440 folios (signaturas g8, A-Z8, Aa-Zz8, Aaa-Iii8): En la portada escudo real grabado en madera; 8º minúsculo (14,5 x 10 cm.); Bonita encuadernación en Plena Piel verde, estilo neoclásico del primer tercio del siglo XIX, planchas en seco, ruedas doradas, cantos y contracantos dorados, lomo cuajado y cortes dorados.- Corto de margenes, por lo que alguna signatura del margen inferior ha sido parcialmente cortada. En la primera hoja de cortesía tiene un pequeño índice manuscrito a tinta, seguramente del siglo XVIII. No obstante y en términos generales la obra ofrece un magnífico estado, con una excelente encuadernación muy bien conservada. Esta rara edición contiene el mismo texto que la editada en Madrid por la Imp. Real en 1602. Según Menéndez Pelayo, "La Diana" ha influido en la literatura moderna más que ninguna otra novela pastoril, incluso más que la Arcadia de Sannazaro, o Dafnis y Cloe, que no tuvo imitador hasta Bernardino de Saint Pirre. Palau 177669.* LITERATURA ESPAÑOLA Y FILOSOFÍA DE LOS SIGLOS XVI Y XVII; Libro en español
Bookseller: Librería Miguel Miranda, AILA ILAB [Lope de Vega n.º XIX, Madrid, M, Spain]
2008-11-29 10:26:22
SALO Alexis de
à Lyon: chez Louis Muguet, 1622. Fine. chez Louis Muguet, à Lyon 1622, in 8 (17x11cm), (34) 685pp., relié. - 39296 - [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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2008-09-15 10:11:49
GUARINI, (GIOVANNI) BATTISTA.
Paris, chez M. Guillemot, 1622. 12:o. Grav. titelblad,(24) s.,11,13-310 blad. Samtida ngt nött pergamentbd med handskriven ryggtitel. Innerpärmarna med småskavanker. Titelbladet ngt hårt skuret i yttermarginalen och med en mycket liten lila fläck. Fuktfläck i övre marginalen på bladen 17-71 och enstaka blad mot slutet med små svaga lagerfläckar. Med L. F. Rääfs exlibris. Guarinis herdedrama, tryckt första gången 1590, hade Tassos "Aminta" som förebild. Första franska översättningen utkom 1593. Detta är en utgåva med parallelltext på franska och italienska.
Bookseller: Mats Rehnström [SE]
2008-02-18 16:30:21
HERRERA Y TORDESILLAS, Antonio de (1559-1625) - ORDONEZ DE CEVALLOS Pedro (ca 1560-1627) - LE MAIRE, Jacob (1585-1616).
Amsterdam: Michiel Colijn, 1622, 1621, 1622. Three parts in one volume. Folio (11 x 7 2/8 inches). Letterpress title-page in Dutch (fore-edge strengthened on verso) and additional engraved title-page in Latin to Herrera's work decorated with the Castilian arms, eight two vignettes of six Aztec gods and Mexican scenes, and including a cartouche at bottom with image of North and South America the FIRST MAP TO SHOW CALIFORNIA AS AN ISLAND, and14 fine numbered engraved maps of Central and South America; vignette title-pages to Cevallos's and Le Maire's accounts, and large folding map showing Le Maire's voyage across the Pacific to New Guinea, two double-page maps of Tierre del Fuego and New Guinea, and five views in the text (one or two marks, but a bright copy). Contemporary vellum over paste-board (a bit soiled, extremities lightly scuffed). Provenance: Near contemporary annotations on front past-down. First editions in Dutch: Herrera's "Nieuwe Werelt", was first published in Spanish in Madrid in 1601; first editions of Cevallos's "Eyghentlijcke Beschryvinghe van West-Indien", Amsterdam 1621 and Le Maire's "Spieghel der Australische Navigatie", Amsterdam 1622, together a collection of then available accounts of the New World. The last few pages give brief summaries of ten separate voyages through the Strait of Magellan: beginning with Magellan in 1520 and Olvier van Noort in 1598. Michel Colin issued simultaneous collected editions in Latin, French and Dutch in 1622. The heirs of Theodore de Bry reprinted Herrera's work in Frankfurt in 1623 as the twelfth part of their "G … [Click Below for Full Description]
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