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2013-10-07 13:49:13
ALIDOSI, Nicolò
Nicolò Tebaldini 1623 ALIDOSI, Nicolò Pasquale. Bologna, Nicolò Tebaldini, 1623. In-4°, cartone officinale. (8), 103 pp. Ottimo esemplare. Frati, 6018.
Bookseller: Brighenti libri esauriti e rari
2013-10-05 12:40:41
MERULA Giorgio
apud Heredes Malatestae (1623-1630). In-4 gr. (mm. 318X220), 3 opere in 1 vol., piena pergam. coeva, decoraz. e tit. oro al dorso, tagli rossi, 18 cc.nn., 326 pp.num., 3 cc.nn. (di cui 2 bianche); 4 cc.nn. (di cui 2 bianche), 139 pp.num., 2 cc.nn. (ultima bianca); 40 pp.num., 2 cc.nn. La seconda opera porta al fine: "Mediolani, Apud Heredes Malatestae 1630". Il vol. è illustrato da due bellissimi frontespizi figurati con al centro le armi viscontee (disegnati dal Cerrano e inc. in rame da Cesare Bassano) e da 12 pregevoli tavv. con i ritratti in medaglione dei Duchi di Milano, pure inc. in rame. Cfr. Cat. Hoepli,779: ""Edizione originale" dell'opera del Decembrio, che generalmente manca quantunque sia indicata nella prima carta nn. Le "Antiquitates" del Merula furono stampate per la prima volta dal Minutianus nel 1500, e di nuovo nel tomo XXV dei 'Rerum Ital. Script.' del Muratori insieme alla seconda parte che era ancora inedita. Anche la ?Vita? di Filippo Maria Visconti fu riedita dal Muratori (Rerum Ital. Script., tomo XX) con aggiunte. Tanto l'Argelati che il Predari stabiliscono la data di stampa di quest'ultima nel 1625 basandosi sulla data del "Nihil obstat" - Argelati,II,II,2135 - Predari, p. 140 e 163 - Graesse,IV,501 - Brunet,III,1663. Fresco esemplare, molto ben conservato.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi
2013-09-29 15:37:34
HONDIUS, Jodocus
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2013-09-27 15:33:27
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Amsterdam, 1623. Copper engraving, 35 x 38.5, recent hand-colour, Latin text on verso; the eastern part of Ulster.
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2013-09-27 15:33:27
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2013-09-27 15:33:27
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2013-09-27 15:33:27
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2013-07-27 15:27:38
ZUCCOLO LODOVICO.
Presso Marco Ginami,, In Venetia, 1623. Cm. 24,5, pp. (38) 255 (1). Marchio tipografico al frontespizio. Legatura settecentesca in cart. alla rustica con nervi a vista e titoli manoscritti al dorso. Una reintegrazione all'angolo bianco del frontespizio ed una striscetta di carta bianca rimossa all'ultima carta, qualche rada arrossatura, peraltro esemplare genuino e marginoso (in barbe). Di quest'opera esistono due distinte tirature che si differenzano per la presenza della dedica al sig. Gieronimo Pina gentil'huomo di Cataro. Alcuni esemplari presentano quindi 3 carte di dedica fra le preliminari e l'esplicito richiamo al frontespizio, altri non possiedono tale dedica ed il frontespizio porta tutt'altra dicitura in luogo del richiamo alla dedica. Non comune edizione originale di quest'opera dello Zuccolo (1568-1630), scrittore politico faentino detto il 'Picentino'. Cfr. Choix de Olschki,II,1822: "Ouvrage fort rare, important pour l'histoire des moeurs. A la fin de la table se trouvent six lignes en vers slaves". [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
2013-07-26 11:45:28
- 1 fólio duplo (26,5x32 cm). Lisboa. 8 de Junho de 1623. Assinatura [firma]régia. Documentonotarial manuscrito sobre pergaminho com a carta de quitação [ou recibo]relativa ao pagamento da rendaa pagar ao reipela exploração agrícola de um paul.Apresentando-se com dano (corte) na dobra sem perda de suporte ou texto e com falta habitual do selo régio pendente de chumbo, referido no documento. Acondicionado dentro de lâmina dupla de acrílico. Transcrevemos o documento com ortografia adaptada / actualizada: Dom Philippe per graça de deos Rey de Portugal e dos Algarves e dallem mar em Africa Snr de Guine e da Conquista navegação e Comercio de Ethiopia, Arabia, pérsia e da India Eu faço saber a quantos esta minha carta de quitaçaõ Virem que eu mandei tomar conta em meus contos do Pagtº e casa a Francisco Petis Aranha que servio.do paul da sequa os anos de seicentos e dezoito seiscentos e dezanove e pela Recadação dela se mostra receber nos ditos dous annos oitenta e nove mil e duzentos e sessenta rs. & de trigo noventa e nove mil e vinte oito alq[ueires] de trigo & cinquenta e cinco moyos trinta e seis alqueires de cevada [etc, etc.]. O que tudo dispendeu entregou sem ficar a dever cousa alguma se vio pela dita conta que se lhe for tomada pelo contador Francisco Cabral Godinho Vista pelo Provedor Bertolomeu Sueiro, pelo que quedou por quite e livre ao dito Francisco Petis Aranha e a todos os seus herdeiros e sucessores do dito dinheiro e mais coisas assina no encerramento da dita conta declaradas para que nunca algum por isso sejam requeridos nem demandados em meus Cons[selhos] n … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Livraria Castro e Silva
2013-07-20 10:37:56
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2013-07-19 08:45:00
CLEMENTE, Africo.:
In Vicenza: per il Megietti, 1623. & utilissimo modo di coltivare le cose di Villa. Con l'aggiunta ancora del Settimo Libro intorno alle pescagioni, et la Tavola delle cose notabili, per ordine d'Alfabeto. SECOND EDITION 1623, text in Italian, small 8vo, approximately 140 x 95 mm, 5½ x 3¾ inches, pictorial device on title page showing 2 hens either side of a tall plant, another the same on verso, large publisher's device on final unnumbered leaf with an anchor and a dolphin, on verso is another the same but more crudely engraved, a few decorated initials and headpieces, pages: (32), 444, (2); collation: *-**8, A-Ee8, bound in full 19th century vellum over boards, border to covers of double blue rules, pale blue gilt decorated and lettered vellum label to spine, pale yellow edges, marbled endpapers. Book I deals with cultivation of different types of land and growing various crops; Book II: constructing farm buildings, tree felling for use in construction, wells and tanks, poultry, fish ponds, gardens, tree planting and cultivation, fruit and nuts; Book III: kitchen gardening, horticulture, vegetables; Book IV: vines and vineyards, grapes, wines; Book V: farm animals, cows, bulls and calves, horses, pigs; Book VI: tasks month by month, how to read and react to weather signs; Book VII: freshwater fishing without nets. Blue rules to covers slightly rubbed, occasional small pale mark to margins, small college stamp to verso front endpaper, no other library signs, a very good clean tight copy of a scarce farming title. First published in Venice in 1608 and reprinted … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton
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2013-07-07 12:54:47
Santo Oficio de la Inquisición
- Fecha. Lugar; 1623, diciembre, 15. Granada. Nivel de descripción; Unidad documental simpleDescripción física; Pequenas perforaciones pero en general buen estadoVolumen. Soporte; 500 x 400 mm.; pergamino. Nombre del productor; Santo Oficio de la Inquisición. Tribunal de Granada. Pizarro, Gabriel deAranda Alarcón, licenciado Jodar y Clemente, Francisco deLopez de Fuentes de Año, JuanGuerrero, Cristóbal.Alcance y contenido Nombramiento como calificador de la Inquisición de Paulo de Córdoba y Valencia, prestando juramento de secreto y fidelidad, probada su probidad, y encargándose de los negocios de la Inquisición en GranadaLengua/escritura; Castellano; gótica uncial.Notas; Capital decorada; miniada a dos tintas; primera línea de letra gótica decorada: firmas de los inquisidores de Granada. Año: 1623
Bookseller: LIBRERIA MARGARITA DE DIOS
2013-06-07 10:07:21
GUICCIARDINI Francesco
Appresso Agostin Pasini 1623 In 4, cc. 48 + 488. Sporadiche gore e fiuoriture. Piccola manc. restaurata al f.  P. pg. coeva. Buona edizione seicentesca di questo classico della storiografia italiana edit per la prima volta nel 1561 e al quale vennero in seguito aggiunti gli ultimi quattro  libri.   ITA
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Coenobium
2013-06-06 20:33:43
Visdomini Francesco
De'' Vecchi Alessandro 1623 4° [[[]]cm. 20 × 14,5[]]; 2 frontespizi (il secondo a p. 305); f. 1 di guardia, pp. 16 n.n. + 370 + 2 bianche n.n., ff. 2 di guardia (asportate le controguardie). Leg. coeva in pelle con impressioni in oro sul dorso molto logora nei piatti. Nota di possesso sul frontespizio. Annotazione seicentesca sul primo foglio di guardia: Epistolografo di supremo valore e dei primissimi fra gl''Italiani. Due fori ai lati dell''incisione nel frontespizio causati dalla corrosione dell''inchiostro col quale erano stati disegnati due soli. Scarabocchi sul verso del frontespizio e nel margine inferiore della pagina successiva. Fregi e capilettera xilografici.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Antenore Srl
2013-06-01 19:32:25
Butler, Charles (1571-1647).:
London, John Haviland for Roger Jackson, 1623.. HARDBACK, quarter-vellum with marbled boards, lacks frontispiece (but facsimile loosely inserted), un-paginated, many illus., 140mm x 192mm (5" x 7.75"), former owner's details on title-page and bookplate on front end-paper, head, tail and corners bumped, boards worn with small losses, some light spotting and marks, small tear in fore-edge of two pages (not affecting text), bottom edge of some pages uneven (not affecting text), light brown stain to bottom edge of some of rear pages, otherwise a very fine copy internally. "This is the greatest early British Bee Book" - British Bee Books No. 18. Very Scarce. From the S. A. Baldwin Bee Library.
Bookseller: Baldwin's Scientific Books
2013-06-01 19:32:25
Butler, Charles.:
London, Printed by John Haviland for Roger Jackson,1623.. HARDBACK, full later blind-embossed calf, with gilt lettering on red spine label, frontispiece, unpaginated, uncut but opened, many illus. 146mm x 190mm (5.75" x 7.5"), head and tail lightly rubbed, former owner's notes (handwritten in script) and 'brass-rubbings' of coins on original end-papers which are brown, with chips at edges and missing small parts of corners, another former owner's bookplate on new front end-paper, title-page and frontispiece slightly soiled with small ink mark on title-page (not affecting text), fore-edge of title-page and frontispiece uncut, occasional light marginal marks on pages, otherwise a very fine copy. "This is the greatest early British Bee Book" - British Bee Books No. 18. Very Scarce. From the S. A. Baldwin Bee Library.
Bookseller: Baldwin's Scientific Books
2013-05-27 19:14:22
BACON, FRANCIS. - [A NEW FOUNDATION FOR SCIENCE]
London, Joannis Haviland, 1623 [later altered in manuscript to 1624]. Small folio. Bound in a lovely early 19th century full vellum binding with gilt borders to boards and gilt ornamentations and gilt title-label to spine.Lower front hinge cracked, but bidning still tight. A bit of edge wear, but overall very nice. Woodcut title-vignettes (burning heart) and woodcut initials in beginning. Text within single woodcut borders. (18), 493, (1 - errata) pp. Complete with both title-pages (no final blank). Old owner's name to title page (along with the dates 1624 and 1648), unlegible scribbles to second title-page, and "collated e perfect" in old hand to last leaf. A very nice and clean copy with good margins. ¶ The extremely rare first edition of what is arguably Bacon's main work "De Augmentis Scientiarum", in which he sets out to lay the foundations of science entirely anew and reform the process of knowledge for the advancement of learning. Bacon believes that the advancement of learning will ultimately relieve mankind from its miseries and needs, and as such he not only reformed the foundations of science, he also laid the philosophical foundations for the dawning of the Industrial age. His proposed change of the collective thought of mankind completely reshaped the entire course of science in history. The aim of the present work - to investigate and re-classify philosophy and the sciences - marks a turning point in the rhetorical and theoretical framework for science, which is still essential for our conceptions of proper methodology today.<br><br>The "De Augmentis Scientar … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lynge & Son (www.lynge.com) [Denmark]
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2013-05-27 19:14:22
BACON, FRANCIS. - [A NEW FOUNDATION FOR SCIENCE]
London, Joannis Haviland, 1623 [later altered in manuscript to 1624]. Small folio. Bound in a lovely early 19th century full vellum binding with gilt borders to boards and gilt ornamentations and gilt title-label to spine.Lower front hinge cracked, but bidning still tight. A bit of edge wear, but overall very nice. Woodcut title-vignettes (burning heart) and woodcut initials in beginning. Text within single woodcut borders. (18), 493, (1 - errata) pp. Complete with both title-pages (no final blank). Old owner's name to title page (along with the dates 1624 and 1648), unlegible scribbles to second title-page, and "collated e perfect" in old hand to last leaf. A very nice and clean copy with good margins. ¶ The extremely rare first edition of what is arguably Bacon's main work "De Augmentis Scientiarum", in which he sets out to lay the foundations of science entirely anew and reform the process of knowledge for the advancement of learning. Bacon believes that the advancement of learning will ultimately relieve mankind from its miseries and needs, and as such he not only reformed the foundations of science, he also laid the philosophical foundations for the dawning of the Industrial age. His proposed change of the collective thought of mankind completely reshaped the entire course of science in history. The aim of the present work - to investigate and re-classify philosophy and the sciences - marks a turning point in the rhetorical and theoretical framework for science, which is still essential for our conceptions of proper methodology today.The "De Augmentis Scientarum" cons … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Herman H J Lynge & Søn A/S [DK]
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2013-05-27 19:14:22
BACON, FRANCIS. - [A NEW FOUNDATION FOR SCIENCE]
London, Joannis Haviland, 1623 [later altered in manuscript to 1624]. Small folio. Bound in a lovely early 19th century full vellum binding with gilt borders to boards and gilt ornamentations and gilt title-label to spine.Lower front hinge cracked, but bidning still tight. A bit of edge wear, but overall very nice. Woodcut title-vignettes (burning heart) and woodcut initials in beginning. Text within single woodcut borders. (18), 493, (1 - errata) pp. Complete with both title-pages (no final blank). Old owner's name to title page (along with the dates 1624 and 1648), unlegible scribbles to second title-page, and "collated e perfect" in old hand to last leaf. A very nice and clean copy with good margins. ¶ The extremely rare first edition of what is arguably Bacon's main work "De Augmentis Scientiarum", in which he sets out to lay the foundations of science entirely anew and reform the process of knowledge for the advancement of learning. Bacon believes that the advancement of learning will ultimately relieve mankind from its miseries and needs, and as such he not only reformed the foundations of science, he also laid the philosophical foundations for the dawning of the Industrial age. His proposed change of the collective thought of mankind completely reshaped the entire course of science in history. The aim of the present work - to investigate and re-classify philosophy and the sciences - marks a turning point in the rhetorical and theoretical framework for science, which is still essential for our conceptions of proper methodology today.<br><br>The "De Augmentis Scientar … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-04-02 15:41:23
PORTENARI Angelo
per Pietro Paolo Tozzi 1623 In-4 p. (mm. 294x205), mz. pelle ottocentesca, dorso a cordoni con fregi e tit. oro, 7,(1) pp.num. (compreso il bel frontespizio figur.), 6 cc.nn. (Indice), 521 pp.num., 19 cc.nn. (altro Indice); ornato da grandi capilett. e finali; il vol. è illustrato da 7 pregevoli silografie nel t. per lo più a p. pag. di cui: 1 belliss. veduta della chiesa di S. Antonio e 6 figg. relative a macchine da guerra usate anticamente dalla città di Padova. "Mancano le 3 tavv." inc. in rame, f.t. Importante opera nella quale sono trattati "con ordine istorico degli antichi e moderni pregi e onori di questa famosa città e in particolare si commemorano li cittadini suoi illustri per santità, prelature, lettere, arme, e magistrati". "Edizione originale" ed unica, rara. Cfr. Lozzi,II,3257 che cita solo 2 tavv. f.t. - Cat. Piantanida,I,913 - Graesse,V,418 - Brunet,VI,25418. Bello e fresco esemplare.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi
2013-01-13 15:28:32
MERCATOR, Gerard (1512-1594) & Jodocus HONDIUS (1563-1611)
[Amsterdam: Hondius-Janssonius, 1623. Copper-plate engraving. Centerfold strengthened, repaired tear upper margin, otherwise excellent. One of the great early maps of the American South, from before the Jamestown colony The Mercator-Hondius map of Virginia and Florida, first published in 1606 by Jodocus Hondius, was the only regional American map in his edition of the Mercator Atlas. It is a remarkably good rendition of the coastline from St. Augustine to the Chesapeake Bay and points interior. Derived from John White's map of Virginia (what became North Carolina), Le Moyne-De Bry's map of Florida (what became South Carolina, Georgia and north Florida) and early travel accounts, Hondius cobbled together a map of great interest. On the coast one finds a roughly accurate northeasterly shoreline from the Spanish fort of St. Augustine to the St. John's River (here called R. de May) where the second unsuccessful Huguenot colony struggled in 1564, upward to Port Royal, where the first unsuccessful Huguenot colony failed in 1562, upward to Cape Fear (here Cape St. Romano) to the Outer Banks and finally to the clearly as yet unexplored Chesapeake Bay. Of the interior, rumor contends with pure fiction, but the source of many rivers is the "Apalatcy" mountain range, which also promises gold and silver. The South Carolina-Georgia portion of the interior is much more heavily notated with native villages, probably impossible at this point to verify. The map is embellished with illustrations borrowed from Le Moyne and White, including native towns, a native king an … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books [U.S.A.]
2013-01-11 01:58:35
Alagona Pietro.
Due parti legate in un volume di cm. 24, pp. (16) 652 (52); (8) 199 (25). Marchi tipografici ai due frontespizi (gigli in cornice), alcune testate, fregi e capolettera. Bella legatura coeva in pergamena molle con titoli ms. al dorso. Un taglio (di trascurabile entità) al dorso e qualche naturale brunitura alle carte, peraltro esemplare genuino e ben conservato. Ottima edizione, non comune.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2013-01-06 18:40:49
D?ENGENIO CARACCIOLO C.-DE LELLIS C.
D?ENGENIO CARACCIOLO C.-DE LELLIS C. Napoli Sacra ove oltre le vere origini e fundationi di tutte le Chiese, Monasterij, Cappelle, Spedali e d?altri luoghi sacri della Città di Napoli e dè suoi Borghi. Si tratta di tutti li Corpi, Reliquie dè Santi e Beati che vi si ritrovano? Si descrivono gl?Epitaffi et Iscrittioni sin hora sono,et erano per l?adietro in detti luoghi. Si fa anche mentione di molti altri huomini illustri sì per santità di vita e dignità come per lettere et armi, pittura e scoltura havendosi contezza di molte recondite historie, così sacre, come profane. Con due trattati brevi un dè Cemiteri e l?altro dell?Ordini di Cavalieri. In Napoli, per Ottavio Beltrano ad istantia de Francesco Buonocore, 1623. Unito: Parte seconda ò vero Supplimento a Napoli Sacra di Cesare D?Engenio Caracciolo del Signor Carlo De Lellis ove si aggiungono le Fondationi di tutte le Chiese, Monasteri et altri luoghi sacri della Città di Napoli e suoi Borghi eretti doppo dell?Engenio. In Napoli, per Roberto Mollo, 1654. Due volumi in 8vo; cc. 10n.nn., pp.676; cc. 14n.nn., pp.373 erroneamente numerate 319. Al primo volume frontespizio a caratteri neri e rossi e vignetta raffigurante la città di Napoli. Difformi legature in pergamena coeva. Il D?Engenio e? in prima edizione ad istantia di Francesco Buonocore e questa edizione è citata solo da BL 17th Century Italian Books I, pag.317 e Giustiniani, pag.89. Le altre bibliografie citano l?edizione del 1624 ad istantia di Stefano Moliviero. Per il Supplimento: Santoro, 910; Lozzi 3007, nota; BL 17th Century Italian Books I, pag. 474.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Casella
2013-01-06 14:14:04
ALDROVANDI, Ulisse
Frankfurt Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. I. De quadrupedibus solidipedibus volumen integrum [ed. J.C. Uterverius & H. Tamburinus]. Frankfurt: J. Hofer for J. Treudel, 1623. [8], 223 (recte 233), [19] pp., 2 plates. [Bound with:] II. Quadrupedum omnium bisulcorum historia... Frankfurt: Peter Haubold and Kaspar Rotel, 1647. [4], 425, [7] pp., 12 full page plates throughout text. Large folio (385 x 244 mm). Contemporary vellum with 6 raised bands (browned and soiled, spine heavier), title in script to spine. Some worming and browning to text (some pages heavier), lacking first blank. Nice copy. --- Two rare works by Aldrovani bound in one volume. I.: Second edition of a major work on quadrupeds by Aldrovandi (1522-1605). The title page has an engr. architectural border with an elephant, a horse, a unicorn, 2 donkeys and a zebra. The two plates contain 13 woodcut ills. of hoofed quadrupeds, monstrous hoofed quadrupeds, and items relating to both sorts, incl. unicorn horns . While it attempted to take a scientific approach, it also discusses their emblematic meaning and incl. a unicorn (and unicorn horns), 2-legged centaur, and bizarre horse-like creatures with a human head, hand or foot. Text printed in 2 cols. II.: Third edition (the first printed in Germany) of a posthumously published work by Aldrovandi on cloven-hoofed quadrupeds. The title page has an engr. architectural border. The 12 plates contain 89 woodcut illustrations of four-footed animals..
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books
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2013-01-04 14:04:46
PORTA, Gio[vanni] Battista Della [1535-1615]
Bookseller: D & E Lake Ltd. (ABAC, ILAB) [Canada]
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2012-12-27 19:05:30
ANGELI, Stefano degli.
Rare first edition, the Riccati copy (see below), of an important work on the physics of fluids, composed in five parts in the form of dialogue between the Polish Count Leszczynsky and one Ofredi, who represents the author himself. "Angeli's <i>Della gravita dell'aria e fluidi</i> is largely experimental in character. In it he examines the fluid statics, based on Archimedes' principle and on Torricelli's experiments. It also contains theories of capillary attraction" (DSB I: 164-5).<br/><br/> Among the most famous successors of Galileo, Stephen degli Angeli (Venice 1623 - Padua 1697) studied mathematics at the University of Bologna. He taught literature, philosophy and theology at Ferrara from 1644, and then transferred to Bologna in 1645 where he came under the influence of Cavalieri. So impressed was he with Angeli's ability that Cavalieri entrusted to him the task of correcting and publishing his last work, <i>Exercitationes geometricae sex</i> (1647). <br/><br/> In 1662 Angeli was appointed to the chair of mathematics at Padua, where he remained until his death. This position had previously been held by Galileo, whose experimental method Angeli embraces fully in the present work. While at Padua Angeli corresponded with a number of other mathematicians, including Torricelli and Viviani, and in 1662 he taught geometry, mechanics and astronomy to James Gregory. Among Angeli's other pupils at Padua was Jacopo Riccati (1676-1754), who entered the university in 1693 and was strongly encouraged by Angeli to study the latest methods of analysis. Jacopo was the founder of the Ri … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sophia Rare Books
2012-12-27 11:26:20
ALBRECHT, ANDREAS - (ALBERTI, ANDREA)
Nürnberg, Simon Halbmyern, 1623. Engraved titlepage + 2 p. (Dedicationschrifft) + pp.1-75 + engraved plates (A,C, E, F (missing B&D) + engraved plate 1-5 (missing no.6)) + engraved titlepage + 2 pp. + pp. 77-99 + engraved plates (G, H, I complete). Bound in the orig.full vellum. Vellum in the origi A very scarce book in this first edition and original binding. Pages fine and clean, though all a little torn along edges (only first titlepage has a little loss, due to the torn paper. Plates well-preserved with only minor brownspotting. First titlepage loose, plate A, C, E & 5 loose. Others still
Bookseller: Bøger & Kuriosa [DK]
2012-12-24 08:48:38
Commines (de) Philippe.
Cm. 18, pp. (52) 583 (1). Bel frontespizio interamente figurato. Legatura strettamente coeva in piena pergamena molle con unghie, filetti in oro al dorso e ad inquadrare i piatti. Tagli colorati. Un trascurabile tarletto alla base delle prime 3/4 carte, peraltro esemplare marginoso, genuino ed in eccellente stato di conservazione.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2012-09-10 13:04:04
Michelagnolo, ( Michelangelo )
Giunti Firenze 1623 First Edition. 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall Paperback Good Card covers, rubbed and a little worn on the spine, paper label, bookplate Della Biblioteca Rossi on the front pastedown, engraved device on the title page, decorative woodcut capitals and other devices, 12pp, 80pp, lacking the final 4 leaves, small repair to the margin of the last page. Some occasional spotting, the text in general clean and bold. The first edition of the poems of Michelangelo, published by his nephew.
Bookseller: Clarendon Books [UK]
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2012-07-01 16:12:32
BACON, Francis.
Io. Haviland, Londini, 1623. TP + [1]-[3] = preface + 1-410 + 407-454 (repeating 407-410 as called for in Gibson), small Octavo. Gibson 147.Title framed in double rule, text framed in single rule. With blanks at Aa4 (pp. [369-370]) and Cc6 (pp. [405-406]). A fascinating and influential work that was to constitute the third book of Bacon's projected "Instauratio Magna", a multi-part work which, though never completed, had the overall aim of creating a new system of philosophy and extending man's dominion over nature. This third part of the work was to be devoted to the study of the prolongation of life - a topic that was close to Bacon's heart as he saw this objective as one of the highest goals of his new, operative science. If achieved, it would make a partial recovery of what mankind had lost with the Fall. Historia Vitae & Mortis contains a collection of materials that are subjected to the scientific method of induction. It is made up of a series of essays devoted to all aspects of the maintenance and prolongation of life, including medicines and herbs, food and drink, sleep and exercise, temperature and climate, occupations, baths and hygiene. In this book, Bacon recommends life in caves and on mountains and suggest that frequent blood-letting may help to renew the body fluids. Contemporary vellum with smooth spine. Lovely contemporary hand-lettered title on spine ("F. Baron historia vitæ et mortis ?"). Some light soiling to exterior and slight wear to three of the four corners but overall quite lovely. Small piece missing from the top of the front free endpaper (½" to … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Athena Rare Books ABAA [Fairfield, CT, U.S.A.]
2012-06-29 22:39:27
Ferro, Giovanni:
Venetia, Giacomo Sarzina, 1623.. 2. (von 2) Bänden. 4°. (88) Bl. (Index), 726 (von 728) S., (1) Bl. (Errata u. Impressum). Mit 1 gest. Titel und 347 Textkupfer. Späterer Halbpergamentband.. Landwehr (Romantic) 295. - Graesse II, 573. - Nur der zweite von zwei Teilen dieses seltenen Emblematikwerkes. - Das gest. Portrait fehlt. Durchgehend etwas stockfleckig und gebräunt. Vorsätze leimschattig. Der Einband fleckig. (Sprache: Italienisch / Italiano / Italian)
Bookseller: EOS Buchantiquariat Benz
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2012-06-22 15:36:09
Imbert Jean / Guenois Pierre / Automne Bernard
Épître à Monseigneur Messire André de Nesmond Chevalier - Préface sur les Institutions forenses ou pratique Judiciaire, translatée de Latin en François - Table Méthodique contenant le sommaire de tout l'État, & Gouvernement de la Justice & Police de France, extraite des Mémoires, & Registres de M. Nicolas Bergeron, Avocat au Parlement de Paris, & par lui revue & enrichie - Ouvrages en François - Ouvrage orné d'une Gravure en page de titre & de 2 Cartes dépliantes (Tables Méthodiques), de Bandeaux, Lettrines et Culs-de-lampes, en noir, in & hors texte + 1 Vignette en page de titre de l'Enchiridion - A Paris - Au Palais, par la Société, Éditeur - Édition 1623, revue et corrigée - In-4 (18,5 x 24 cm) - (xiv) 750 pages + (52) / (vi) 226 pages + (14) - Reliure restaurée, plats en vélin crème avec rabats, frottés et salis, mors apparents - Dos plein veau à 5 nerfs, frottés, manque de cuir en tête (voir photo), coiffe de queue frottée avec manque de cuir (petite restauration) et coiffe de tête absente, décors dorés, pièce de titre en maroquin noir - Tranches salies - Rares et disparates rousseurs, écritures et rature à l'encre en page de titre, quelques petites déchirures et traces de mouillures, petites galeries (sans atteintes au texte), les cartes sont en bon état, l'ensemble malgré une reliure usagée est de bonne tenue - Bon état intérieur - Attention Poids : 1800 g. (Colissimo) - (Brunet, 410) "Institutionum forensiunt Gallia pelle totius, libri I V", a été imprimé pour la première fois en 1538, et pour la troisième, à Paris, Arn. Langelier, en 1543. Jean Imbert l'a traduit l … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie L'Ancien Livre [France, Tulette]
2012-06-22 15:09:29
Thomas Aquinatis,
Duaci., Sumptibus Marci Wyon., 1623. 36 x 25 cms, first titlepage with engraving, (xiv) p. with title, admodum, approbatio, privilegium, index, 216, (iv), (viii), 220, (iv), (xii), 341, (viii), (xii),108, (iv), (i), 168, + quinque indicum generalium ( 120 pp. ). . in total with 5 title pages. one leaf with tear, some ff. with dog's ears. old owner's entries. Contemp. calf. Guilded spine. Spine loose. Edges and corners with wear. a used copy. the three parts of the Summa, followed by the Supplementum and the five indices. KEYWORDS: theology.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Rijzende Zon [Tilburg, N.-BR, Netherlands]
2012-06-18 07:10:41
HELIODORUS of Emesa.
Paris: Samuel Thiboust, 1623. Paris: Samuel Thiboust,, 1623. Histoire Ethiopique … Traduction nouvelle. Octavo (179 x 132 mm). Eighteenth-century dark green morocco, smooth spine, double gilt rules, gilt lettered direct, gilt floral tool at head and tail, sides with double gilt rules, pink silk endpapers, gilt edges. With engraved title and 50 copper-plates by Lasne, Briot, Robel, Mathews and Crispijn van de Passe only, each with tissue overlay; without the text. With a few stamps on the verso of the plates of the Lamoignon library, established in the 17th century by Guillaume de Lamoignon (1617-1677); circular bookplate of Sir Henry Hope Edwards (1829-1900) to front pastedown; leather library label of Robert Hoe (1839-1909) on front free endpaper verso; facing armorial bookplate of C. L. F. Robinson (1874-1916), $40 at his sale in 1917. Joints a little worn and starting at head and tail. A fine volume with the suite of engravings from the first Thiboust edition of the popular ancient Greek romance, the Aethiopica of Heliodorus of Emesa. Jacques Amyot's translation of Heliodorus, first published in 1547, introduced the work to France, where it long retained its popularity. The iconography of the Aethiopica is of considerable interest. The plot turns on the circumstance that a black woman, the Ethiopian queen Persinna, had borne a white daughter, Chariclea, because she had been gazing at a painting of Andromeda at the time of Chariclea's conception.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2012-06-18 07:10:41
HELIODORUS of Emesa.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington [United Kingdom]
2012-06-17 15:31:32
Montbazon (duc de) Hercule de Rohan 0 1654
- Nombre de document : 1 Lettre signée avec apostille autographe Nombre de page : 1 In-4 oblong 01/11/1623 Adresse au dos. petit trou central «Vous m'avez envoyé un chien lequel se trouve bon et chasse fort bien dans les chiens du roy ce qui me faict désirer y en mestre encore dressés de vostre main. C'est pourquoy sy vostre meutte [.], je vous prie de m'en faire part de quelques uns. Vous leur pouvez faire manger deux ou trois cerfs dans les forests qui dépendant de la cappitainerie de Conches avant que de me les envoyer [.]». Il signe et ajoute de sa main : «Votre serviteur le grand veneur qui vous prye prandre soyn avec le cappitaine de Conches que personne ne chasse ny tire. A Paris, ce premier novembre mil six cens vingt troys». Grand veneur de France. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Traces Ecrites [France]
2012-06-12 18:41:38
MEXIA, Pedro
Printed by H. L. for Matthew Lownes, London 1623 - *4, A3, B6-Dddd6; x, 1-867 Half folio. contemporary full sheep, with decorative inlays, spine with five raised bands, morocco spine label lettered in gilt. With two title pages (same date) one being an engraved pictorial title page, numerous woodcuts and initials in the text. A history of the Roman Emperors and their successors. From Julius Ceasar, through the ages to the present (1622) ruler Maximilian. It's an interesting history of what the mighty Roman Empire went through, through the the quiet times and the tumultuous ones, and what became of it. Spine a bit worn at joint and ends, some rubbing, slight browning and foxing, title page laid down, else fine [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Randall House Rare Books (ABAA) [U.S.A.]
2012-06-04 19:09:23
D'ENGENIO CARACCIOLO C.-DE LELLIS C.
In Napoli, per Ottavio Beltrano ad istantia de Francesco Buonocore 1623 - Unito: Parte seconda ò vero Supplimento a Napoli Sacra di Cesare D’Engenio Caracciolo del Signor Carlo De Lellis ove si aggiungono le Fondationi di tutte le Chiese, Monasteri et altri luoghi sacri della Città di Napoli e suoi Borghi eretti doppo dell’Engenio. In Napoli, per Roberto Mollo, 1654. Due volumi in 8vo; cc. 10n.nn., pp.676; cc. 14n.nn., pp.373 erroneamente numerate 319. Al primo volume frontespizio a caratteri neri e rossi e vignetta raffigurante la città di Napoli. Difformi legature in pergamena coeva. Il D’Engenio e’ in prima edizione ad istantia di Francesco Buonocore e questa edizione è citata solo da BL 17th Century Italian Books I, pag.317 e Giustiniani, pag.89. Le altre bibliografie citano l’edizione del 1624 ad istantia di Stefano Moliviero. Per il Supplimento: Santoro, 910; Lozzi 3007, nota; BL 17th Century Italian Books I, pag. 474. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: CASELLA STUDIO BIBLIOGRAFICO ALAI-ILAB
2012-06-04 11:01:58
Mariana, Juan de. A Spanish literary classic
Madrid, Luis Sanchez, 1623 & Madrid, Juan de la Cuesta, 1616. - MARIANA, Juan de. Historia General de España. Madrid, Luis Sanchez, 1623 & Madrid, Juan de la Cuesta, 1616.2 volumes in small folio. [121]f + 768p; 179 + [1 blank]p. Text in 2 columns. Woodcut arms of Spain on titles; first title in red and black. Contemporary limp vellum, marbled edges; worn. Early impressions of the author's Spanish version of his great history of Iberia up to the year 1516, modelled on Livy and Tacitus ('Historiae de rebus hispaniae', first published: Toledo, 1592). This Spanish translation, revised and enlarged from the original Latin, has long been considered a Spanish literary classic. The edition of 1623 served as the basis for the Royal Academy edition of 1780. Juan de Mariana (1535-1624), a Jesuit since 1554, studied at Alcala, taught theology in Rome, Paris, and Palermo, and devoted his later years to historical studies in Toledo. Volume I comprises a detailed account of the gradual reconquest of Spain from the Arabs, and includes chapters on Raymund Lull (pp722-24), and the suppression of the Order of the Knights Templar (pp737-40); volume II treats the wars between the Christian successor states, the Aragonese conquest of Naples, and the fall of Granada (pp493-98); it includes chapters on the expulsion of the Jews from Spain in 1488 (pp498-501), the discovery of America (pp502-6), and the Portuguese navigations and conquest of the East Indies by Vasco da Gama (pp528-37). Top margins shaved by binder, first quire of volume I with light marginal waterstaining; isolated worming in tail … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hünersdorff Rare Books ABA ILAB
2012-05-30 14:49:49
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London - Typis Gregorij Hnlin. 1623. Hardcover. Book, A scarce edition of this chronicle of the Benedictine monks of the ScheyernAbbey (Kloster-Scheyern) in Germany. Scheyern Abbey, formerly also Scheyern Priory (Kloster Scheyern) is a house of the Benedictine Order in Scheyern in Bavaria. The monastery at Scheyern was established in 1119 as the final site of the community originally founded in around 1077 at Bayrischzell by Countess Haziga of Aragon, wife of Otto II, Count of Scheyern, the ancestors of the Wittelsbachs. The first monks were from Hirsau Abbey, of which the new monastery was a priory, founded as it was against the background of the Investiture Controversy and the Hirsau Reforms. The original site proved unsuitable for a number of reasons, including difficulties with water supply, and the monastery moved in 1087 to Fischbachau. When that site too proved unsuitable, they moved to Petersberg, in 1104. In Latin. The dedication is to the Holy Cross and the Assumption of the Virgin Mary: the abbey has had in its possession since 1180 a relic of the Holy Cross from Jerusalem, and is still today a place of pilgrimage for this reason. By the 13th century the abbey had already gained a reputation for its school of illumination and its scriptorium. Including decorative title page. With monastic bookplate to front pastedown. Condition: In a vellum binding. Externally worn, with dampstaining to the boards and slight loss in places. Backstrip lifting. Internally, firmly bound. Ink inscription and library label to front pastedown. Pages are quite bright, with some scattere … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rooke Books [United Kingdom]
2012-05-27 19:41:49
Heinsius Daniel
Leyden, 1623. In-8, 3 (f) non paginés + 222pp, reliure plein vélin à recouvrement d'époque - Première Edition - qq soulignages au crayon de couleur, sinon exemplaire très frais
Bookseller: librairie ESKAL [Douarnenez, France]
2012-05-25 23:50:31
Francisci Baconi (Francis Bacon)
Two of Bacon's most famous works bound together in contempory vellum and replacement endpapers of heavy brown paper. Both works published by Ioannis Maire, a famous and influential scholar, publisher, printer and bookseller in Leiden. Historia vitae et mortis (first published in 1623) was the second of Bacon's proposed six natural histories. He only completed two. The first was Historia ventorum (1622). De sapientia veterum (first published in 1609) is a collection of thirty-one myths and fables from antiquity, together with Bacon?s interpretation of them. The work is both literary and philosophical. Both thought to be Maire first editions: Historia vitae et morti, 1637, 476 pp.; De sapientia veterum, 1633, 200 pp. Very few copies are known to exist of these small "pocket" editions. Rare, scarce.
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2012-05-20 00:00:48
D. Junii
Francofurti: Joannis Stockelii, 1623. [8] 180, bound with Auli Persii Flacci Satyrae Sex, Hanover, Petrum Antonium, [1], 40, limp vellum, feint ink title to spine. Heavy foxing in parts due to damp, wormed-mostly affecting gutters and adjacent text margins, some rodent nibbling to edge of back cover, ex-lib stamp on title page. Same printers device to title-smaller in the Satyrae Sex. Farnaby published his annotated edition in 1612, this version retains the dedication to Henry, Prince of Wales and a commendatory elegiac by his friend Ben Jonson. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾". Limp Vellum. Fair/No Jacket. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾". Book.
Bookseller: Interquarian [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2012-05-09 15:20:31
MEXIA Pedro
London: Printed by H. L. for Matthew Lownes, 1623. First and only edition by Grymeston. contemporary full sheep, with decorative inlays, spine with five raised bands, morocco spine label lettered in gilt. Spine a bit worn at joint and ends, some rubbing, slight browning and foxing, title page laid down, else fine. Half folio. *4, A3, B6-Dddd6; x, 1-867 With two title pages (same date) one being an engraved pictorial title page, numerous woodcuts and initials in the text A history of the Roman Emperors and their successors. From Julius Ceasar, through the ages to the present (1622) ruler Maximilian. It's an interesting history of what the mighty Roman Empire went through, through the the quiet times and the tumultuous ones, and what became of it.
Bookseller: Randall House Rare Books [U.S.A.]
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2012-05-08 18:42:46
NAPIER, John/LOCATELLO, Marco, tr
Verona: Angelo Tamo, 1623. * Macdonald p. 134; not in Riccardi or Piantanida; Norman 1574 (1617); in the absence of a good published collation for the plates, the copy has been compared to the Columbia Copy (Plimpton Collection). With thanks to Ms. Jennifer Lee for confirming the correct number of plates.. Rare first Italian edition (first 1617) of the first description and explanation of the use of “Napier’s Bones,” an automatic calculating device of interest for the history of computing, designed by the inventor of the logarithm. The work contains notes and additions by the translator, and the original illustrations of the 1617 are altered and augmented. The work seems to have been known by Galileo: in the National Edition, there are three letters by the mathematician Bonaventura Cavalieri to Galileo discussing Napier, and asking for his opinion (vols. xiii.62; xiv.58, 89; xvii.145). “In 1617 Napier’s intense concern for the practicalities of computation led him to publish another book, the Rabdologiae, which contains a number of elementary calculating devices, including the rods known as ‘Napier’s bones.’ These rods, which in essence constitute a mechanical multiplication table, had a considerable vogue for many years after his death. Each rod is engraved with a table of multiples of a particular digit, the tens and units being separated by an oblique stroke.”
Bookseller: Martayan Lan, Inc.
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2012-04-24 18:16:13
JEROME, Saint
Apud Bibliopolas urbis Parisiensis Confortes, 1623. (Hoefer, 26, 674-691), (Brunet III-155), (Graesse, III/IV-273), la première édition de cet ouvrage est allemande (1516), la première édition française est de 1586, celle-ci est la 4°, ouvrage très rare, Hieronymi Stridoniensis, en latin, neuf tomes en trois forts volumes, Opéra Omnia Mariani Victorii, Hiéronymus, revu par Victorius Marinaus Réatinum, avec des notes, travail repris sur plus de vingt manuscrits, cette édition est opposée à celle d'Erasme qui est accusé de l'avoir corrompu ou non compris 1500 passages, complet, par Saint Jérôme, né à Stridonia en Dalmatie, 347 - 420, il fut le secrétaire du pape Damase, fondateur de plusieurs couvents, auteur d'une révision critique des livres du Nouveau Testament: la Vulgate, ses oeuvres comprennent: Epistolae (correspondance théologique, polémique et morales), critique et exègèse, vie des saints, traduction d'un traité de Didyme, traité sur la perpétuelle virginité de la mère de Dieu, adversus Jovianum, contra vigilantium Liber, dialogi contra Pelagianos (135 courtes notices biographiques sur les principaux défenseurs du christianisme), commentarii in Ezechielem, chronique d'Eusèbe (avec des additions sur l'histoire romaine), traduction des saintes écritures (ancien testament, livres de Judith et de Tobie, nouveau testament, traduction du livre de Job d'après les septante, fort in-4 ~3000 coiffes détériorées, champs frottés, coins rognés, Usagé, mors fendus, un mors fragilisé
Bookseller: A TOUT LIVRE [Le Verguier, France]
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