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2016-11-22 18:16:54
CALAMAI Giovanni Battista.
In Fiorenza, appresso Pietro Cecconcelli alle Stelle Medicee, 1623, in-8 piccolo, cartonatura ottocentesca imitante una mezza pelle, pp. [16], 340, [ma: 372], [2]. Frontespizio calcografico con stemma del dedicatario. Argomenti dei canti in cornice tipografica. Non è stata legata l'ultima carta che era bianca (cfr. descrizione in ICCU). Errori nella numerazione delle pagine. Rara prima edizione.
Libraire: Libreria Antiquaria Gozzini [IT]
2016-11-18 11:58:17
Shakespeare, William
Original Shakespeare leaf from FIRST FOLIO. Troylus and Cressida.This is an original leaf. It is NOT a reproduction, photocopy, poster or later impression. This leaf was salvaged from a woefully derelict copy of the First Folio, printed in London in 1623, and was part of a collection for leaves formed in England in the early 20th century.This leaf was compared to the same leaf in the Brandeis copy to verify accuracy of description. The Brandeis copy has "301" penciled in the lower outside corner of the recto. This leaf, numbered sequentially from the last leaf with a printed number, is leaf 91.All the text is complete. There is some folding as seen in the pictures but no loss of text. A bit of dampstaining appears in the margin. Edges are frayed with some edge-browning as seen in the illustrations. There is some mild soiling, mostly from ingrained dust. This leaf is entirely original as found in the collection and has not been restored or mucked with. The leaf measures about 8 x 12 1/2 inches and has the crown watermark.There are but 232 known copies of the First Folio remaining in the world from a printing of about 750-1000 copies. Many are incomplete. This leaf is therefore very rare and it is unlikely to appear elsewhere in any condition. I know of no other single First Folio leaves on the market (except those that were purchased from me). I have priced this leaf so that it represents a terrific opportunity to acquire an original leaf, at reasonable cost, from one of the most famous books in the English language.
Libraire: FJ Manasek [U.S.A.]
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2016-11-15 23:40:52
Fernando de Texeda (aka T. Carrascon)
267 leaves, including the Psalms, decorated head and tail pieces, initials etc translated by Fernando de Texeda at the instigation of John Williams, Bishop of Lincoln (1621-42) who paid for the printing. Texeda (aka T. Carrascon) was a Spanish protestant exile arriving in 1620 during the marriage negotiations of Charles I and Maria Anna of Spain. For his work translating the Anglican Book of Common Prayer Texeda was made a Prebendary of Nonnington in Hereford 1623-1631. bound in contemporary calf, worn, with gilt label, aeg,
Libraire: Salsus Books
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2016-11-02 10:14:53
(Dariot, Claude).
1623. 4to. (16), 309 (but: 307), (1) pp. T. p. printed in red and black. With woodcut title vignette, 8 woodcuts in the text (some full-page), and several calendar tables. (Bound with) II: Graseck, Georg. Autographica vitae humanae delineatio iatrica, cum eiusdem praecipuorum morborum genealogia: Das ist, Neuwe medicinalische Invention, und gründlicher Discurs von deß Menschen Leben [...]. Speyer, Elias Kembach, 1615. (24), 147 (but: 153), (3) pp. T. p. printed in red and black. With woodcut title vignette. Contemp. vellum. Remains of ties. Sammelband containing two early medical works. I: Only German edition of Dariot's "Trois discours de la préparation des médicamens" ("De praeparatione medicamentorum", Lyons 1582). Thy physician Claude Dariot (1533-94), immatriculated at Montpellier in 1553, was the municipal doctor of Beaune and flew to Geneva in 1572 as a Huguenot. He sought to reconcile the Galenic and Paracelsian school of medical thought: "Dariot obviously felt there was a great need for a simpler text on the Paracelsian remedies; this was his goal and the purpose of his book. And, writing of his preparation for this task, Dariot referred to his long work in the search of the secrets of Hermes, Arnald of Villanova, Geber, and Lullius, as well as those of Paracelsus and his followers" (Debus, The Chemical Philosophy, p. 157). The woodcut illustrations show stoves, jars, distillling flasks, etc. Browned and brownstained throughout; some ink and water staining near beginning; a few marginalia; slight paper defects (with occasional loss to text). - II: Only edition of G … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Libraire: Antiquariat Inlibris
2016-10-30 11:45:07
Gil Gonzalez Dávila
Tomás Iunti, Madrid 1623 - Formato folio. Frontis grabado (con restauración), 3 h. 523 p. 4 h. 16 grabados al cobre, 4 páginas repetidas. Encuadernado en plena piel con ruedas doradas. 2 sellos del anterior propietario, últimas hojas del índice con leves manchas de agua en el margen inferior [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Libraire: Librería Anticuaria García Prieto
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2016-10-27 11:11:09
Rycaut, Paul.
1623. Folio (204 x 324 mm). 2 parts in 1 vol. (6), 89, (1) pp. 336, (16) pp. With 2 engr. portrait frontispieces and 3 full-page engravings in the text (2 portraits and "a Turkish pageant"); separate half-title: "The Memoirs of Paul Rycaut, Esq., Containing the History of the Turks from the year 1660 to the year 1678". Contemp. full calf with giltstamped red spine label. First edition. "[D]edicated to the king. This was a continuation of Knolles's 'Turkish History', to the sixth edition of which (3 vols. 1687-1700) it was printed as a supplement. The whole work was abridged, with some addenda by Savage", in 1701" (DNB 50, p. 39). Sir Paul Rycaut (1629-1700) was first employed as private secretary to the British ambassador to Constantinople and later became British Consul and factor at Smyrna. - The portraits show the author and the Ottoman Sultans Murad IV, Ibrahim, Mehmed IV. as well as a splendidly decorated ornate palm, as high as a mast - a gift for the circumcision of the Prince. - Hinges cracked; some brownstaining; edge defects repaired. Bookplate of John Evans (d. 1724), Lord Bishop of Bangor and sometime adversary to Jonathan Swift. Atabey 1074. Aboussouan 808. Wing R2406. Not in Blackmer.
Libraire: Antiquariat Inlibris
2016-10-26 12:56:16
JUBRIEN (Jean);
1623 En quatre feuilles jointes de 673 x 840 mm. Très rare première carte imprimée du diocèse de Reims, 1623 Grande carte gravée figurant la région de Reims, avec parties de la Brie, du Tardenois, du Rethelois et de la Thiérache. Le nord est orienté à droite de la carte, les villes principales comme Reims, Rethel ou Châlons-en-Champagne sont figurées par de petites vues cavalières. La carte est dédiée à Gabriel de Sainte-Marie, archevêque de Reims de 1622 à 1629. Il s'agit de la première carte imprimée du diocèse de Reims, dressée en 1623 par Jean Jubrien, topographe natif de Châlons, et l'un des cartographes régionaux les plus importants de la première moitié du XVII° siècle. Cette première édition datée de 1623 fut publiée en 1632 par Melchior Tavernier dans le Théâtre géographique du royaume de France. Une seconde édition datée de 1654 fut publiée par Antoine de Fer. Considérée comme l'une des cartes les plus exactes de la région, la carte de Jubrien servit de modèle à de nombreux cartographes jusqu'au XVIII° siècle. Le papier est légèrement froissé le long de la pliure centrale. Bel exemplaire, replié. Pastoureau, TAVERNIER II A.
Libraire: Librairie Le Bail [France, Paris]
2016-10-14 05:11:10
Charles SOREL / Martin VAN MAELE illustrateur
L'HISTOIRE COMIQUE DE FRANCION composée par Charles Sorel, réimprimée intégralement pour la première fois d'après l'édition originale de 1623 et décorée de 17 eaux-fortes et de 16 gravures par MARTIN VAN MAELE. Se vend à Paris, chez Jean Fort, 1925 1 fort volume in-8 broché (23 x 14,5 cm) de VI-411 pages. 17 eaux-fortes hors-texte ici en triple état (51 épreuves dont épreuve non terminée avec remarque, épreuve terminée avec remarque et épreuve terminée, toutes en noir. 16 gravures (bois) servant de bandeaux et culs-de-lampe. Couverture rempliée illustrée d'une vignette imprimée en rouge sur le premier plat. PREMIER TIRAGE DE CETTE SUPERBE SUITE D'ILLUSTRATIONS PAR MARTIN VAN MAELE. UN DES 61 EXEMPLAIRES SUR MADAGASCAR CONTENANT UNE SUITE DÉFINITIVE ET DEUX ETATS DES PLANCHES. (le tirage total étant de 1.203 exemplaires). "Je n'ai point trouvé de remède plus aisé ni plus salutaire à l'ennui qui m'affligeait il y a quelque temps, que de m'amuser à décrire une histoire qui tînt davantage du folâtre que du sérieux, de manière qu'une mélancolique cause à produit un facétieux effet. Jamais je n'eusse fait voir cette pièce, sans le désir que j'ai de montrer aux hommes les vices auxquels ils se laissent insensiblement emporter. Néanmoins, j'ai peur que cela soit inutile ; car ils sont si stupides pour la plupart, qu'ils croiront que tout ceci est plutôt pour leur donner du passe-temps que pour corriger leurs mauvaises humeurs. Leur ânerie est si excessive que lorsqu'ils oient le conte de quelqu'un qui a été trompé, ou qui a fait quelque sotte action, ils s'en prennent à ri … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Libraire: Librairie L'amour qui bouquine
2016-10-13 09:37:18
CATEL GUILLAUME. (1560-1626).
A TOLOSE. PAR PIERRE BOSC, MARCHAND LIBRAIRE. 1623.IN-FOLIO (24 X 36 X 5,5 CENTIMETRES ENVIRON) DE (12) + 400 + (44) ET 174 PAGES, RELIURE D'EPOQUE PLEIN VEAU, DOS A SIX NERFS ORNE DE CAISSONS A FLEURONS DORES, TITRE DORE SUR ETIQUETTE MAROQUIN HAVANE, TRANCHES ROUGES. ILLUSTRE DE 10 GRANDS PORTRAITS A MI-PAGE GRAVES AU BURIN PAR J. E. LANE ET HUGUET. EDITION ORIGINALE. (BRUNET 24732 ET SAFFROY. III. 51020). ERREUR DE PAGINATION D'ORIGINE, LES PAGES 31 A 36 N'EXISTANT PAS. (ON PASSE DIRECTEMENT DU FEUILLET Bbb2 AU FEUILLET Bbb4, AVEC UN TITRE INTERCALAIRE A3 EN LIEU DU Bbb3). QUELQUES DEFAUTS EXTERIEURS, PETITES DECHIRURES EN MARGE DE CERTAINES PAGES, SANS ATTEINTE AU TEXTE, SINON BON EXEMPLAIRE DE CET OUVRAGE RARE ET RECHERCHE.
Libraire: Librairie du Château de Capens [France, Capens]
2016-10-05 08:48:22
FARINACII P.
1623. Lugduni, 1623, parti 3 in un tomo, in-folio, pergamena coeva (tarlature all'interno dei piatti). Frontespizio stampato in rosso e nero con marca tipografica incisa.
Libraire: Libreria Antiquaria Gozzini
2016-10-05 08:48:22
FARINACII P.
1623. Lugduni, 1623, in-folio, pergamena coeva. Frontespizio stampato in rosso e nero con marca tipografica, ripetuta, incisa. Piatti, sguardie e margine superiore del frontespizio con fori di tarlo.
Libraire: Libreria Antiquaria Gozzini
2016-10-02 18:48:07
PASQUIN
Petit in-8 de 344 pages, maroquin vert, encadrement de diverses roulettes dorées, dos lisse orné, coupes décorées, roulette intérieure, tranches dorées. Reliure parisienne du XVIIIè siècle. 133 x 85 mm. ÉDITION ORIGINALE FRANÇAISE DE LA PLUS GRANDE RARETÉ DE CETTE INNOVATION LITTÉRAIRE ET POPULAIRE DU XVIè SIÈCLE IMITÉE DU Pasquillus ecstaticus DE Curione. DANS SON ÉTUDE APPROFONDIE SUR Pasquin ET les Pasquils, CHIARO LASTRAÏOLI INSISTE SUR L'INSIGNE RARETÉ DES ÉDITIONS FRANÇAISES IMPRIMÉES. Cette édition originale est rarissime. Deschamps dans le supplément à Brunet ne cite qu'une édition française de 1623 ainsi que trois Pasquils latins qualifiés de "très rare" et "fort rares". Brunet ne décrit qu'un Pasquin français, la présente édition et cite les trois exemplaires : La Vallière, Libri en 1857 et Veinant. CE VOLUME, DONT IL N'EST APPARU AUCUN EXEMPLAIRE SUR LE MARCHÉ DEPUIS PLUSIEURS DÉCENNIES ÉTAIT DÉJÀ RARE ET PRISÉ AU XVIIIè SIÈCLE, témoin le présent exemplaire luxueusement relié en maroquin vert décoré aux alentours de 1770 avec cependant une perte de texte aux quatre premiers feuillets (marge latérale du titre et de 3 feuillets d'Avis aux lecteurs refaites à la plume vers 1770). UN MOMENT FORT DE LA LITTÉRATURE POPULAIRE DU XVIè SIÈCLE.
Libraire: Librairie Sourget [France, Ver-lès-Chartres]
2016-10-01 21:13:10
RONSARD, Pierre de.
A Paris, chez Nicolas Bvon, 1623, 2 volumes in-folio de 368x242 mm environ, tome I : (1) fb, (8) ff. (faux-titre, belle page de titre gravée par Léonard Gautier, epistre, odes, sommaire, préface de Marc Antoine Muret, sonnets), 876 pages (les p. 875-876 dont les doubles du début du tome suivant), (1) fb, tome II : (1) fb, page de titre gravée par Léonard Gautier, pagination de 875 à 1728, (6) ff. (table), (1) fb, reliure plein veau brun, dos à 6 nerfs portant titres et tomaisons dorés, ornés de caissons à petits fers dorés, plats encadrés d'un double filet doré. Reliure en mauvais avec plats détachés, des rousseurs et pages brunies, galerie de ver de la p. 1575 à 1625 dans le texte, puis de 1637 à 1649 la galerie continue dans la marge. Exemplaires de la bibliothèque d'Emile Henriot (ex-libris manuscrit). Edition " la plus complète et la belle des oeuvres de Ronsard" d'après De Ricci (Doc EO Ronsard). Complet du titre gravé par Léonard Gautier, du portrait de Ronsard et Cassandre gravé par C. Mellan, des 11 portraits gravés par Thomas de Leu. Pierre de Ronsard (né en septembre 1524 au château de la Possonnière, près du village de Couture-sur-Loir en Vendômois et mort le 27 décembre 1585 au Prieuré de Saint-Cosme en Touraine), est un des poètes français les plus importants du XVIe siècle.
Libraire: Librairie Diogène
2016-10-01 12:50:12
Eadmer.
Londini: Typis & impensis Guilielmi Stanesbeij, ex officinis Richardi Meighen & Thomae Dew Folio (33 cm; 13"). [4 (including initial blank!)] ff., xvi, 218 pp., [1 (blank)] f.; illus.. 1623 Editio princeps of the monk Eadmer's early-12th-century chronicle covering the Norman period of English history beginning with King Edgar. John Selden edited the text from a manuscript in the fabled Cotton Collection and in doing so presented England with "one of the ablest and valuable writings" since Bede (Encyclopædia Britannica, 11th ed.). Eadmer was a Benedictine monk who was an intimate of St. Anselm, and his biographer. Eadmer died around 1124. The title-page is printed in black and red, the text is in roman and italic type with bits of black-letter, and the margins have side- and shouldernotes. Leaves T3.4 are a cancel bifolium, as is apparently so in all copies. => There is a large woodcut on p. 166 of the seal of William the Conqueror. Provenance: Early 18th-century signatures in upper margin of title-page of James Worsley (probably of Pylewell Park, Hants.) and Peter La Neve (the Norroy King at Arms); later 18th-century ownership of Henry Whetonhall of Pecham in same margin. Late 17th-century speckled calf, abraded with scrapes; rebacked with new red spine label, new marbled endpapers. A waterstained copy and priced accordingly, the waterstaining being throughout and well across most pages, but typically not darker than "moderate"; complete, and with an interesting provenance.
Libraire: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co
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2016-10-01 00:41:23
Eadmer.
Londini: Typis & impensis Guilielmi Stanesbeij, ex officinis Richardi Meighen & Thomae Dew Folio (33 cm; 13"). [4 (including initial blank!)] ff., xvi, 218 pp., [1 (blank)] f.; illus.. 1623 Editio princeps of the monk Eadmer's early-12th-century chronicle covering the Norman period of English history beginning with King Edgar. John Selden edited the text from a manuscript in the fabled Cotton Collection and in doing so presented England with "one of the ablest and valuable writings" since Bede (Encyclopædia Britannica, 11th ed.). Eadmer was a Benedictine monk who was an intimate of St. Anselm, and his biographer. Eadmer died around 1124. The title-page is printed in black and red, the text is in roman and italic type with bits of black-letter, and the margins have side- and shouldernotes. Leaves T3.4 are a cancel bifolium, as is apparently so in all copies. => There is a large woodcut on p. 166 of the seal of William the Conqueror. Provenance: Early 18th-century signatures in upper margin of title-page of James Worsley (probably of Pylewell Park, Hants.) and Peter La Neve (the Norroy King at Arms); later 18th-century ownership of Henry Whetonhall of Pecham in same margin. Late 17th-century speckled calf, abraded with scrapes; rebacked with new red spine label, new marbled endpapers. A waterstained copy and priced accordingly, the waterstaining being throughout and well across most pages, but typically not darker than "moderate"; complete, and with an interesting provenance.
Libraire: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co
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2016-09-23 16:07:28
CAMPANELLA, Tommaso (1568-1639).
- Kl.-4to (215 x 165 mm). Titel innerhalb gestochener Schmuckbordüre. [40], 508 S. Pergamentband d. Z. Frankfurt am Main, (Egenolff Emmel für) Gottfried Tambach, 1623. Editio princeps von Der Sonnenstaat (La città del Sole), eine der einflussreichsten neolateinischen Utopien, von grosser Seltenheit. Mit selbständigem Titel 'Civitas solis' erschien der Text als Appendix zum dritten Teil des Kompendiums Realis philosophiae epilogisticae partes quatuor, worin Campanella die Physik sowie den aristotelischen Kanon der praktischen Philosophie (Ethik, Politik, Oekonomik) behandelt. Das Werk wurde in der Gefangenschaft auf Italienisch verfasst und im Gefolge mehrfach überarbeitet. Nach dem Scheitern der neapolitanischen Revolte (1602) gelangte eine vom Verasser ins gelehrtere Latein übersetzte Handschrift zwischen 1611 und 1613 durch Tobias Adami nach Deutschland, wo sie schliesslich 1623 in Frankfurt in Druck ging. Campanellas Sonnenstaat oder Idee einer philosophischen Republik ist in seiner politischen Ausrichtung weder republikanisch, monarchisch noch aristokratisch, da die weltliche und geistliche Macht des Staatsoberhaupts 'Sol' (des Princeps magnus), keiner Kontrolle unterworfen und nicht erblich, sondern 'nur' ein Wahlamt ist. Den irgendwo im fernen Indischen Ozean auf einer Insel angesiedelten Idealstaat kennzeichnen eine deistische Staatsreligion, eine theokratische Verfassung, Agrarkommunismus, Gleichheit der Bürger, Kollektivbesitz, Weiber- und Kindergemeinschaft, Er ähnelt damit "in mancher Hinsicht einem gewaltigen Kloster" (H.-G. Funke in Vosskamp). Das in der Tradit … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Libraire: Erasmushaus - Haus der Bücher AG
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2016-09-20 21:24:29
Giacomo SARZINA (? - 1641)
1623. Carta geografica tratta dal rarissimo "Anfiteatro d'Europa" edito a Venezia nel 1623. Il libro, scritto con testo di Giovanni Doglioni, fu pubbicato dall'editore veneziano Giacomo Sarzina. Illustrato da una carta del mondo e 33 carte dell'Europa ne testo. Stranamente le mappe sono riprese da quelle che illustrano l'Epitome di Ortelius incise da Philip Galle e non da quelle dell'edizione piarat dlela stessa opera pubblictaa a Brescia da Pietro Marchetti. Si tratta pertanto di nuove lastre, che presentano picocle differenze rispetto a quelle del Marchetti, alle quali ad un primo esame assomigliano. L'opera non fu mai ristampata ed è pertanto rara. Incisione in rame, inserita nella pagina di testo descrittivo alla carta, fori di tarlo, per il ersto in buono stato di conservazione. Map from the very rare "Anfiteatro d'Europa" published in Venice in 1623. The book was written by Giovanni Doglioni and it was published by the Venetian Giacomo Sarzina. Together with the text there are one world map and 33 maps of Europe. Oddly enough, these maps were realized after those shown in Ortelius Epitome, engraved by Philip Galle, and not after the pirate edition published by Pietro Marchetti in Venice. These are therefore new plates, presenting minor differences with those of Marchetti. The work has never been reissued and is quite rare. Copper engraving, included in the text page which described the map, wormholes, otherwise in good condition. Venezia Venice G. L. King, Miniature Antique Maps, p. 106. 110 80
Libraire: Libreria Antiquarius
2016-09-16 15:30:57
RONSARD (Pierre de);
A Paris chez Nicolas Buon 1623 2 vol. in-folio de (18)-1758 pp. (mal chiffrées 1728), 1 feuillet pour le titre de la seconde partie, 1 feuillet non paginé entre les pages 1230 et 1231 (portrait du duc d'Epernon), et (12) pp. de tables, vélin dur, dos à nerfs, filets à froid d'encadrement sur les plats, large motif au centre (reliure de l'époque). Un titre-frontispice gravé par Léonard Gaultier, ayant déjà servi pour l'édition de 1609, mais modifié pour celle-ci, un petit portrait de Muret gravé sur bois, et 11 portraits gravés en taille douce par Claude Mellan, Piquet, Thomas de Leu. Le titre du second volume est orné d'une belle marque de Nicolas Buon gravée par L. Gaultier en 1616. Edition la plus complète des Oeuvres du poète. Elle renferme, indépendamment de presque tout ce que renferment les précedentes plusieurs morceaux en prose qui avaient été omis dans les précédentes éditions, des remarques de Marcassus sur quelques pièces du second livre des Amours, La Franciade, sur Le Bocage royal, Les Elégies, Les Eclogues et Les Poëmes, et d'autres sur, par le poète Claude Garnier, exécuteur testamentaire de Ronsard. « Voici sans doute la plus imposante des éditions posthumes, préparée par Philippe Galand, neveu de Jean, qui succéda à son oncle comme principal du collège de Boncourt et exécuteur testamentaire de Ronsard (...) C'est en même temps un manifeste : celui des collèges et de l'humanisme érudit auquel appartiennent les éditeurs et les commentateurs ; le portrait de Richelet apparaît au reste en bonne place quelques pages après celui de Ronsard lui-même » (Daniel Ména … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Libraire: Bonnefoi Livres Anciens
2016-09-03 04:28:13
Mercator Gerard
Hondius, Amsterdam 1623 - Carte originale, par Gerard Mercator (1512-1594), éditée chez Jodocus Hondius, en 1623, parue dans "Gerardi Mercatoris- Atlas sive Cosmographicae de Fabrica Mundi et Fabricati Figura". Texte en latin au dos. La carte, en couleurs, représente Cuba et St Domingue, ainsi que la Jamaique, Porto-Rico et Margarita, avec la Havane en encart. Dimensions avec les marges: 44 x 54,5 cm; sans les marges: 35,5 x 49,5 cm (ref Koeman Vol 1). Size: In Folio
Libraire: Rossignol
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2016-09-02 08:00:20
Speed, John
London: Printed by John Beale, for George Humble, 1623. Folio. [par.] (-[par.]1) A B-2H 2I 2K-4S 4T 4V-4Y , 4y , 4Z , 4z ; 4z ; 5A-5T 5V . (Collated complete against ESTC S121976.) Old speckled calf, upper and lower covers pannelled in gilt and blind, gilt fleurons at corners, gilt supra libros lettered “T D”, gilt ruled backstrip with six raised bands, stamped with date at foot and with label ruled and lettered in gilt. Moderate wear with some loss of calf at corners and backstrip ends, joints cracked but holding firm; small library stamp on front free endpaper, title, and dedication; first and last signatures edgeworn; old paper restoration of lower margin of D5 (bordering rule inked in, no words lost); 1”-3” closed tears to three other leaves; old, faded water stain to top margin of 3D1 to 4A1 and to final few pages of index. Bookplate of Pacific School of Religion, partially covering the armorial bookplate of William Bentall. Second edition revised and enlarged. Speed’s account of Great Britain from the time of the ancient Britons to the reign of Queen Elizabeth was first published in 1612 with the accompanying atlas volume The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine. Though revered more for his cartography, this work has been cited by generations of later scholars, particularly useful for its numerous woodcuts of coins and seals, engravings of royal genealogies, as well as lists of the early heads of religious houses, colleges and hospitals. He likely drew on earlier works now lost and was assisted in his research by friends from the original Society of Antiq … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Libraire: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller
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2016-08-26 15:10:44
Rabel, Daniel
1623-27, Paris 1623 - Copper engraving, later hand colored. In excellent condition.
Libraire: Antiquariat Reinhold Berg eK
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2016-08-26 15:10:44
Rabel, Daniel
1623-27, Paris 1623 - Copper engraving, later hand colored. In excellent condition.
Libraire: Antiquariat Reinhold Berg eK
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2016-08-26 12:40:19
RONSARD Pierre de
Chez Nicolas Buon, 1623. - Chez Nicolas Buon, à Paris 1623, in-folio (24,5x36,5cm), (18) 876pp. et (2) 875-1728p. (12), 2 volumes reliés. - Edizione collettiva Quattordicesima. "Questa edizione, i migliori e più complete edizioni antiche di Ronsard, è riccamente illustrato con incisioni." Seymour Ricci (edizioni originali di Ronsard). Un superbo frontespizio titolo Leonard Gaultier, già utilizzato per l'edizione collettiva del 1609 qui nel secondo stato; un piccolo ritratto di legno Muret in un medaglione, un medaglione di Richelieu mezza pagina ritratti di Ronsard e Cassandre mezza pagina incise da Melland, ritratto) in una mezza pagina Enrico II medaglione Carlo, Francesco, duca d'Angiò, Enrico, duca di Guisa, Anne de Joyeuse, Mary Stuart, Duca di Epernon, Francesco II e Caterina de 'Medici, il tutto incisa da Thomas leu. Fogli 99-105 dorate. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Quatorzième édition collective. « Cette édition, la plus belle et la plus complète des éditions anciennes de Ronsard, est richement illustrée de gravures sur cuivre » (Seymour de Ricci, Éditions originales de Ronsard). Un superbe titre-frontispice de Léonard Gaultier, déjà utilisé pour l'édition collective de 1609, ici en deuxième état ; un petit portrait de Muret sur bois dans un médaillon, un portrait de Richelieu en médaillon à mi-page, les portraits de Ronsard et de Cassandre à mi-page gravés par Melland, les portraits à mi-page dans un médaillon de Henri II, Charles IX, François, Duc d'Anjou, Henri, Duc de Guise, Anne de Joyeuse, Marie Stuart, le Duc d'Espernon, François II et Catherine de Médicis, le … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Libraire: Librairie Le Feu Follet
2016-08-19 16:10:19
LOUIS XIII
S.n, 1623. - S.n., S.l. [Paris] 1623, petit in 8 (15x10cm), 16pp., Un Vol. broché. - Prima edizione molto rara. Assenti i cataloghi francesi, inglesi e catalogo Hollis della biblioteca di Harvard. Brossura, coperto con un foglio nel suo vecchio serbatoio, XVII e XVIII. Pamphleteer e satirico scrivere su pensionamento di Luigi XIII a Fontainebleau e la situazione politica all'interno e fuori della Francia con la Spagna. Richelieu sarà chiamato dopo un anno nel 1624. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale très rare. Absent aux catalogues français, anglais et au Hollis catalogue de la bibliothèque d'Harvard. Broché, recouvert d'un papier à la cuve ancien, XVIIe ou XVIIIe. Ecrit pamphlétaire et satirique sur la retraite du roi Louis XIII à fontainebleau et sur la situation politique de la France intérieure et extérieure avec l'Espagne. Richelieu ne sera nommé qu'un an après en 1624.
Libraire: Librairie Le Feu Follet
2016-08-18 17:48:23
S.n, 1623. - S.n., S.l. 1623, pet. in - 4 (18,5x14,5cm), 7 f., relié. - First Edition. Mezza Vellum scoreggia. angoli XIX. Parte del titolo di pelle di pecora rossa. Attrito. Copia rosolato. Il libro illustra come i gesuiti hanno radunare tutta la Germania alla fede cattolica, e quali azioni si prenderà contro l'eresia protestante. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Reliure en demi vélin à petits coins XIXe. Pièce de titre basane rouge. Frottements. Exemplaire bruni. L'ouvrage traite de comment les Jésuites comptent rallier toute l'Allemagne à la foi catholique, et quel combat ils devront mener contre l'hérésie protestante.
Libraire: Librairie Le Feu Follet
2016-08-08 13:34:23
Clavelli Pre. D. Bernardo
per Constantino Vitale 1623 4to (cm. 20,5), 16 cc.nn., 244 pp. con frontespizio interamente inciso, testo riquadrato e due pp. figurate. Legatura coeva in pergamena floscia (allentata con alcune macchie e una piccola mancanza al piatto posteriore). Titolo in grandi caratteri gotici manoscritto al ds. Percorsi di tarlo che tuttavia non danneggiano il testo. Esemplare con errori di impaginazione dell’indice. Edizione originale. Opera particolarmente rara: ICCU registra esemplari diversi tra loro e con una collazione differente dalla nostra. Br. Libr. I, p.240. Non in Ranghiasci, né in Lozzi. La Vinciana ha la seconda edizione del 1626, sempre stampata a Napoli.
Libraire: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l.
2016-07-29 16:04:23
Shakespeare, W.
0 - Schöner Druck der Doves Press in 200 Exemplaren. Der Text folgt der Ausgabe des "First Folio" vom 1623. Durchgehend in rot und schwarz gedruckt. Tadelloses Exemplar.
Libraire: Antiquariat Schmidt & Günther
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2016-07-28 23:33:58
Taylor, John
The first work is a later edition, the rest all first editions. Printer's ornament on title-page, woodcut initials, borders of printer's ornaments at top and bottom margins. Small 8vo. Late seventeenth-century calf, paneled and tooled in blind, the spine in five compartments, old shelf label numbered 96 at head of spine; label frayed, corners bumped, lacking initial and terminal blanks, general soiling, staining, margins shaved close and fraying to right margin often costing headings and side-notes in part. The first work is a later edition, the rest all first editions. Printer's ornament on title-page, woodcut initials, borders of printer's ornaments at top and bottom margins. Small 8vo. "Like most writers, Taylor never achieved the recognition he thought his due. Having successfully constructed a comic persona as the rhyming waterman, it was an impossible challenge to be accepted as a serious poet. His achievement was none the less impressive. As a literary entrepreneur and showman he was far more prosperous in his heyday than most writers; few watermen or struggling poets were also subsidy men or had to pay ship money. Taylor pursued a successful literary career for over fifty years, demonstrating a remarkable range, facility, and inventiveness. He played a pioneering role in the development of nonsense verse, popular political journalism, and travel writing" (ODNB). This volume includes the following works: 1. [The Life and Death of ... the Virgin Mary]. London: G. E[eld] for J. T[rundle]., 1623. Borders of printer's ornaments at top and bottom margins; lacking A1,2, … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Libraire: James Cummins Bookseller [U.S.A.]
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2016-05-10 22:45:17
Argoli, Andrea.
Venedig Sarzina 1623 - (22 x 16,5 cm). (8) 240 S., Sp. 241-256, S. 257-279; 282 nn. Bll. (inkl. 2 Bll. Index). Mit einigen Textholzschnitten. Flexibler Pergamentband der Zeit. Zweite Ausgabe, erstmals 1621 in Rom veröffentlicht. - Argoli (1570-1657), Professor der Mathematik in Padua und angeblich Wallensteins astrologischer Lehrer, stellte ein Gegensystem zum kopernikanischen Weltsystem auf, in welchem die unteren Planeten nach ägyptischer Lehre Trabanten der Sonne waren. - Für das Jahr 1629 durchgängig mit zeitgenössischen Einträgen. Titel mit handschriftlichem Besitzvermerk. Einband leicht fleckig. Vorsätze erneuert. Ohne die Schließbänder. Insgesamt wohlerhalten. - DSB 1, 244; Houzeau-Lancaster 15067
Libraire: Antiquariat Gerhard Gruber
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2016-05-01 11:38:44
Rabel, Daniel
1623-27, Paris 1623 - Copper engraving, later hand colored. In excellent condition.
Libraire: Antiquariat Reinhold Berg eK
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2016-04-20 14:35:08
- Abbade, Confessor, & Patriarcha de todas as Religiões. Dada aos Freyres da Ordem de nosso Senhor Jesu Christo, & traduzida de latim em Portugues, na forma que primeiro foy approuada, & confirmada pellos Summos Pontifices, quando a mesma ordem se reformou. Agora nouamente impressa, por mandado de nosso Reuerendissimo Padre Dom Prior, & Gèral da mesma Ordem de Christo, Frey Andre Pacheco. [Xilogravura, Cruz da Ordem de Cristo]. Em Lisboa. Por Pedro Crasbeeck Impressor del Rey. Anno de 1623. In 4º de 19x14 cm. Com (xii)-56 fólios. (realmente 54, pois a numeração salta de 22 para 25. Encadernação da época inteira de pele, com ferros decorativos rolados a seco em esquadrias nas pastas. Corte das folhas carminado. Letras capitais xilogravadas, tarjectas decorativas no início de capítulos e florões de remate. Texto impresso com tipos redondo e itálico. Exemplar apresenta algum trabalhos de traça marginais junto ao festo. As folhas preliminares incluem: Censura de Frei Gregório Taveira, licenças, dedicatória de Frei Isidoro de Barreira ao padre Mestre Frei Andre Pacheco, Dom prior do Convento de Tomar e Geral da Ordem de Cristo, carta de Frei Isidoro Barreira a toda a sagrada religião e feires da ordem de cristo, um indíce de matérias e outro de lugares da divina escritura que enriquecem muito a obra. Primeira edição da tradução em língua portuguesa da Ordem de Cristo, atribuída por Inocêncio a Frei Isidro de Barreira. Azevedo Samodães (318) apenas refere a segunda edição. INOCÊNCIO III, 235: 'FR. ISIDORO DE BARREIRA, Freire conventual da Ordem de Christo, cujo instituto professo … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Libraire: Livraria Castro e Silva
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2016-04-17 13:00:51
SHAKESPEARE, William
London: Isaac Jaggard, Edward Blount and others, 1623. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. San Francisco: printed by the Grabhorn Press for David Magee, 1935. Folio (370 x 247 mm). [30] pp. With an original leaf from each of the four folios tipped in; and facsimiles of the titles of the four folios. The original leaves contained are: First Folio: Henry the Eighth, pp. 229-230; Second Folio: Henry the Eighth, pp. 213-214; Third Folio: Richard the Third, pp 203-204; Fourth Folio: Richard the Third, pp. 195-196. Red morocco and marbled paper over boards, spine lettered in gilt. One of 65 copies (this one unnumbered) issued on Whatman paper. The text bright and clean, the original folio leaves little browned with light occasional spotting. Provenance: Amercian actor Charlton Heston* (1923-2008). A fine copy with excellent leaves of one of the most desirable leaf books. * Charlton Heston played Shakespeare's tragedies and historical dramas on stage and in movies on several occasions. He teamed up with David Bradley in the late 1940s to produce the first sound version of William Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar", in which he played Mark Antony. In 1948, Heston was offered a supporting role in a Broadway revival of "Antony and Cleopatra", starring Katharine Cornell. Later in 1972, he directed the movie "Antony and Cleopatra" where he played Mark Antony again. His most frequent stage roles included the title role in Macbeth. Regarding the original leaves of the historic plays "Richard III" and "Henry VIII" from Shakespeare's Folios contained in this copy, it must be men … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Libraire: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2016-04-13 19:55:31
GUENEBAULT (Jean).
A Paris Chez Jean Daumalle 1623 1A Paris, Chez Jean Daumalle, 1623. Petit in-4 de (16)-176-(19) pp., maroquin vert, dos orné à nerfs, triple filet doré sur les plats, tranches dorées (reliure du XVIIIe siècle). Edition à l'adresse de Paris donnant le nom de l'auteur. 2 planches dont 1 double dite du « tombeau et (de) l'urne » : armoiries de Roger de Bellegarde gravées à pleine page par Fr. Guenebauld, fils de l'auteur et une planche double (tombeau et urne) gravée par Nicolas Spirinx et quelques figures sur bois dans le texte. Médecin et antiquaire à Dijon, Jean Guénebaud découvrit vers 1600, dans une de ses vignes, un tombeau de pierre de forme ronde, haut de 30 centimètres et renfermant une urne en verre, qui excita vivement l'attention de Saumaise, Casaubon et de Thou. D'après une inscription grecque grossièrement sculptée, ce tombeau était celui d'un grand prêtre nommé Chindonax. Ce monument fut donné par son fils au cardinal de Richelieu, et servit par la suite d'abreuvoir dans la basse-cour d'un curé de village. Bel exemplaire dans une reliure de qualité. Des rousseurs. Brunet, IV, 1257 : « Cet ouvrage est assez curieux, mais on ne recherche que les exemplaires où se trouve la planche qui représente le tombeau et l'urne » ; Caillet, II, 4819 ; Dorbon, 5940.
Libraire: Bonnefoi Livres Anciens [France, Paris]
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2016-04-07 20:20:22
Rous, Francis.
London, Printed by W. Stansby for John Parker, and are to be sold at his shop in Pauls Church-yard at the signe of the three Pigeons, 1623. 1. editionl. 13,5x8 cm. Title, 6 sheet The Epistle, 317 p. Vellum-bound, bronzy. Spine below with tears. Vellum weavy. Laces missing. - Pergament, Rücken eingerissen. Pergament etwas gewellt. Ohne Bindebänder. Inside easily bronzy. Titlepage and page 311 with inscriptions by hand at the margin. Titlepage with small loss of paper without loss of text at the bottom. Starting with page 311 there is some loss of paper at the inner, bottom side of the binding, sometimes with small loss of text. Maybe because of water damage. - Innen wenig gebräunt. Titels. und S. 311 m. handschr. Randeinträgen m. Tinte. Titels. mit Fehlstelle unten, ohne Textverlust. Ab S. 311 haben sich auf der unteren inneren S. Fehlstellen teilw. m. etwas Textverlust ergeben. Vermutlich durch Wasserschaden. Francis Rous, Puritaner (1579-1659) studierte in Oxford, Leiden und Middle Temple Jura. Später Theologie. Rous war eigentlich Anhänger der Presbyter, sofern sie wahrhaftig und friedlich waren, aber der Autoritarismus der Schottischen Kirche widerlief seinem Toleranzgedanken. Dies brachte ihn zu den Independents und er unterstützte Cromwelll und Lord des Parlaments von 1657. Obwohl Laie, war Rous einer d. gelesenen Theologen, er vertrat moderaterweise seine Ideen, Demut und Toleranz waren ihm wichtig. Die mystische Konzeption der Bibel stellte er in anonyme römisch-katholische Schrift (Catholicke Charity). Rom wirft er vor, nicht barmherzig zu sein gegen die Protesta … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Libraire: Augusta-Antiquariat GbR [Germany]
2016-03-19 16:38:24
"Catholic Church, Hymns & Liturgy"
Antverpiae: "ex Officina Plantiniana, apud Balthasarem & Viduam Ionnis Moreti, & Io. Meursium". 1623. "Foio, pp. [64], 616, cix, [5]; engraved vignette title page depicting the Last Supper, 8 double-page spreads incorporating a full-page engraving and elaborate engraved historiated border surrounding the text on the opposite page; printed in red and black throughout, musical notation throughout; a very handsomely produced folio missal by the Plantin Press, bound in 19th- century speckled calf, blindstamped borders on covers, gilt-paneled spine in 6 compartments, gilt-lettered in 2; joints starting, some rubbing and wear at the edges, but on the whole, very good and sound with a very clean textblock. A reprint of the edition of 1620. Only one copy of this edition in OCLC, in The Netherlands, as of 3/16."
Libraire: Rulon-Miller Books
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2016-03-10 12:31:37
MERCATOR, Gerard and HONDIUS, Jodocus
Amsterdam: Jodocus Hondius, 1623. unbound. Map. Engraving. Image measures 14.5" x 15.5". This fine antique map is the first printed map dedicated to the Arctic Circle and the North Polar regions. Derived from an inset of the Arctic regions in Mercator's great 1569 world map, where he first introduced his revolutionary projection, here the scope is extended to the latitude of 60 degrees to enable the depictions of the Frobisher and Davis' attempts to search for the North West and North East Passages.<br><br>California curiously appears north of the Strait of Anian and is labeled as Spanish Territory. Across from Anian on the Asian coast, Mercator labels the land of Gog. This most likely references the regions of Gog and Magog appearing in the Hebrew Bible or to the legend of horse-riding barbarians from near the Don River and the Sea of Azov, locked up by Alexander the Great behind gates surrounded by the 'Caspian' or the Caucasus Mountains.<br><br>Perhaps the most intriguing feature here is the mapping of the North Pole. Since no explorers at this time had made it anywhere near the North Pole, Mercator based his depiction on the legend that a large rock (the Rupes Nigra) stood at the pole in the center of a whirlpool known as Polynya, or Open Polar Sea. Mercator is believed to be referencing the Inventio Fortunata, the lost book dating from the 14th century which describes the North Pole as a magnetic island surrounded by a giant whirlpool and four continents. The continents are separated by rivers through which warm water from the surrounding oceans flowed. Although Mercat … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Libraire: Argosy Book Store
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2016-02-23 17:08:15
TROISDORF: Bergheim:
- Kupferstich v. Abraham Hogenberg aus Fama Austriaca b. Enß, 1627, 25 x 28,5 Vgl. Hellwig 449; Brodesser 15. - Zeigt die Insel Pfaffenmütz im Rhein sowie die Mündung der Sieg in den Rhein. - Im Vordergrund Stadtansicht von Grau-Rheindorf. - Am oberen linken Rand Stadtansicht von Troisdorf-Bergheim. (hochauflösende Bilder auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - high resolution pictures on my homepage or after request)
Libraire: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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2016-02-22 20:20:15
RITTERSHAUSEN, Conrad:
Nürnberg (Sumptibus Halbmayerianis), 1623. Editio secunda. Titelblatt, (14), 619, (60) S.; Titelblatt, 95 ungezählte Blätter mit sehr zahlreichem teils figürlichem gestochenem Buchschmuck. Prgt der Zeit. vorderes Gelenk offen, wenige Seiten mit unwesentlichen randläsuren, sonst ganz vorzüglich erhalten. Vorgebunden sind: Salviani Massiliensis Opera: Ad Ludovicum XIII. (12 Bl.), Vita Cunradi Rittershusii (11 Bl.), Vita Salviani (11 Bl.), 19 Bl. Vorwort, Salviani: Episcopi Libri. DE Gubernatione Dei (339 S.), 27 Bl. Bücherindex, Providentia Dei (13 Bl.), Salviani operum Tomus alter in quo sunt libri quaruor adversus avaritiam. Ad illustrissimum Principem Philippum II. Stetini Pomeraniae Ducem. (170 S.), 28 Bl. Bücherindex.Salvian zählt zu den bedeutenden Schriftstellern der Völkerwanderungszeit. Seine Berichte geben ein anschauliches Bild des Machtwechsels von der römischen zur fränkischen Herrschaft an Rhein und Mosel im 5. Jahrhundert nach Christus. Salvian wurde um das Jahr 400 nach Christus wahrscheinlich in Trier, vielleicht aber auch in Köln geboren. Er entstammte der romanischen Oberschicht, erhielt eine umfassende Ausbildung und fühlte sich bereits in jungen Jahren zu einem asketischen, nur Gott geweihten Leben berufen. So trennte er sich nach nur kurzer Ehe von seiner Ehefrau und seiner Tochter, denen er aber zeitlebens eng verbunden blieb. Seine Lebenszeit verläuft parallel zum endgültigen Niedergang der römischen Macht und dem Ende der Herrschaft der Römer am Rhein, was ihn zum Zeitzeugen eines einschneidenden politischen Wendepunkts macht. Er verließ seine durc … [Cliquez ci-dessous pour une description complète]
Libraire: Antiquariat Bebuquin
2016-01-24 19:31:48
Shakespeare, William
Original leaf from the Shakespeare First Folio. LOVES LABOUR'S LOSTThis is an original leaf salvaged from a derelict copy of the FIRST FOLIO, printed in London in 1623. It has been estimated that there exist but 232 copies (of some 750-1000 printed) of the First Folio, many incomplete. Wickipedia has a very good, brief history of the First Folio and I highly recommend it as a good overview if you are not already familiar with the book. I have been an antiquarian book dealer since about 1975 and although I have had material (including complete plays) from the Fourth Folio I have never, until now, had any material from the First Folio or the Second Folio. I know of no other leaves from these folios that are in dealer inventories (except the few that some dealers have bought from me). The collection of leaves I acquired was assembled in 1901/02. This may be a unique opportunity.The leaf measures about 8 1/4 x 12 1/2 inches (appx. 20.5 x 32.5 cm).The text is complete and perfectly legible. The leaf is age toned and stained with some minor creasing. The edges are worn and frayed with the top noticeably darkened. This leaf has a crown watermark. This leaf was compared to the same leaf in the Brandeis copy to ascertain correct folio. There are many typographical errors in the Folio and these differ from book to book. The text apparently was proofread while the book was in production. The Folio was assembled from gatherings of six leaves.
Libraire: FJ Manasek
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2016-01-24 19:31:48
Shakespeare, William
Original leaf from the Shakespeare First Folio. The Life of Henry the Fift.This is an original leaf salvaged from a derelict copy of the First Folio, printed in London in 1623. It has been estimated that there exist but 232 copies (of some 750 printed) of the First Folio, many incomplete. Wickipedia has a very good, brief history of the First Folio and I highly recommend it as a good overview if you are not already familiar with the book. I have been an antiquarian book dealer since about 1975 and although I have had material (including complete plays) from the Fourth Folio I have never, until now, had any material from the First Folio or the Second Folio. I know of no other leaves from these folios that are in dealer inventories (except the few that some dealers have bought from me). The collection of leaves I acquired was assembled in 1901/02. This may be a unique opportunity to acquire a leaf from one of the most important books in English.This leaf measures 8 x 12 inches (appx. 20.5 x 31 cm)The text is complete and perfectly legible. The leaf is age toned and stained with some minor creasing. This leaf does not have a watermark. It was compared to the same leaf in the Brandeis copy to ascertain correct folio.There are many typographical errors in the Folio and these differ from book to book. The text apparently was proofread while the book was in production. The Folio was assembled from gatherings of six leaves.
Libraire: FJ Manasek
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2016-01-24 02:38:02
KANARISCHE INSELN ( Canary Islands ):
kol., 1623, 25,5 x 35,7 Broeckema, Maps of the Canary Islands, Nr. 20; Koemann, M.Bl. 28, 103. - Am rechten Rand der Titel, darunter ein Meilenanzeiger. Ohne Rückseitentext, rechts unten Paginierung 103. - Zeigt die im Titel genannten Inseln. Links eine Nebenkarte die die Inselgruppe der Kapverdischen Inseln zeigt.
Libraire: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck [Berlin, B, Germany]
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2016-01-19 23:06:29
Dalton, Michael
Libraire: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [U.S.A.]
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2016-01-19 18:17:09
IBERISCHE HALBINSEL ( Espana/Spain + Portugal ):
Libraire: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck [Berlin, B, Germany]
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