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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 .
Bookseller: The Avocado Pit
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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]
Bookseller: Brass DolphinBooks
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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.
Bookseller: Eric Chaim Kline - Bookseller [US]
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2009-03-14 08:15:21
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
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
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
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
Bookseller: Madoc Books
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2008-12-06 15:27:30
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
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]
2008-09-15 10:11:49
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]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries [U.S.A.]
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