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2019-01-07 03:36:26
MARTINUS TROSTIUS
Cothenis Anhaltinorum: Officina Cortheniana, 1623. First and apparently only edition, small 4to, pp. [8], 725-[726]; full contemporary vellum contemporary manuscript ink title; small abrasion along top upper cover edge, else near fine. Early 18th century library manuscript name (illegible) and 19th century ownership signature on title page. The most comprehensive Syriac dictionary to date. Trost also edited a polyglot bible, a Syriac New Testament, and a Hebrew grammar. Graesse VII, 103; Zaunmuller, p. 372; Vancil, p. 237. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [Saint Paul, Minnesota, US]
2019-01-02 00:23:08
Konrad, von Scheyern Philosophus
London: Typis Gregorij Hænlin, 1623. Written by Konrad, von Scheyern Philosophus.; Georg Christian Joannis; Stephan Reitperger; Abbot of Scheyern Stephanus; Gregor Hanlin 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 scat … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2019-01-02 00:23:08
Pierre de Berulle
London: Antoine Estiene, 1623. He is generally regarded as being the initiator of the so-called French School of Spirituality, and he founded the Congregation of the Oratory in France. He was deeply involved in Church renewal in France in the seventeenth century, and was made a Cardinal in 1627. Bérulle left several written works, the remarkable qualities of which led Pope Urban VIII to call him the Apostolus Verbi incarnati. An inverted copperplate ink inscription has been left to the blank verso of the last page (Volume II). In French. CONDITION Rebound in blind stamped full calf. Externally, a trifle rubbed with some slight loss and tidemarks. Internally, firmly bound, with some age toning and occasional marks, as expected for books of this age. The first Volume contains some tidemarks and evidence of some past worming. The second Volume is bright and clean with only the odd mark. In both Volumes, small amateur repairs have been left, from page 81-120, 1a-16a, 511/2 and the title page. Overall Condition: Very Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-12-29 17:58:51
Pierre de Berulle
London: Antoine Estiene, 1623. He is generally regarded as being the initiator of the so-called French School of Spirituality, and he founded the Congregation of the Oratory in France. He was deeply involved in Church renewal in France in the seventeenth century, and was made a Cardinal in 1627. Bérulle left several written works, the remarkable qualities of which led Pope Urban VIII to call him the Apostolus Verbi incarnati. An inverted copperplate ink inscription has been left to the blank verso of the last page (Volume II). In French. CONDITION Rebound in blind stamped full calf. Externally, a trifle rubbed with some slight loss and tidemarks. Internally, firmly bound, with some age toning and occasional marks, as expected for books of this age. The first Volume contains some tidemarks and evidence of some past worming. The second Volume is bright and clean with only the odd mark. In both Volumes, small amateur repairs have been left, from page 81-120, 1a-16a, 511/2 and the title page. Overall Condition: Very Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-12-27 09:10:34
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.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l. [IT]
2018-12-23 09:28:53
Pierre de Berulle
London: Antoine Estiene, 1623. He is generally regarded as being the initiator of the so-called French School of Spirituality, and he founded the Congregation of the Oratory in France. He was deeply involved in Church renewal in France in the seventeenth century, and was made a Cardinal in 1627. Bérulle left several written works, the remarkable qualities of which led Pope Urban VIII to call him the Apostolus Verbi incarnati. An inverted copperplate ink inscription has been left to the blank verso of the last page (Volume II). In French. CONDITION Rebound in blind stamped full calf. Externally, a trifle rubbed with some slight loss and tidemarks. Internally, firmly bound, with some age toning and occasional marks, as expected for books of this age. The first Volume contains some tidemarks and evidence of some past worming. The second Volume is bright and clean with only the odd mark. In both Volumes, small amateur repairs have been left, from page 81-120, 1a-16a, 511/2 and the title page. Overall Condition: Very Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-12-17 21:19:06
SELTENE ABHANDLUNG ÜBER MANSFELD UND DEN 30 JHR KRIEG. Acta Mansfeldica. Gründtlicher Bericht von deß Manßfelders Ritter-Thaten/ unnd allem dem/ was er von Anfang deß Böhmischen Kriegs/ biß auff das jetzt angehende Jahr 1623. inn- und ausserhalb deß H. Röm. Reichs gethan und angestifft hat : Wider sein vermeinte/ in Truck Anno 1622. gegebene Apology: Allen recht Teutschen Fürsten/ Herren und Kriegs Obristen zu trewer Nachrichtung und nothwendiger Warnung Description: 1623; Creator: Mansfeld, Ernst von Date: 1623; Format: 151 S ; 8°, 18x16 cm., Angebunden: Actorum Mansfeldicorum continuatio oder ander theil, das ist, Graff Ernsten von Mansfeldt Leben und Ritterthaten..., anno 1624, anonyme Streitschrift gegen Ernst von Mansfeld (1580-1626), den Heerführer der protestantischen Union. Format: 64 S.. Zwei Teile in einem Band, am Fuß knapp beschnitten (ohne Textverlust) in schlichtem Pappeinband. Seltene Abhandlung über M. und den Beginn des 30 jhr. Krieges. Graf Peter Ernst II. von Mansfeld, meist einfach „Ernst von Mansfeld" genannt (* 1580 in Luxemburg; † 29. November 1626 in Rakovica bei Sarajevo), war ein bedeutender Söldner- und Heerführer im Dreißigjährigen Krieg. Als privater Kriegsunternehmer in herrschaftlichem Auftrag war er in den Jahren 1620-1626 einer der führenden Söldnergenerale im Kampf gegen den habsburgischen Kaiser und dessen Verbündete (Spanien, Bayern und die Katholische Liga) und trug aus persönlichen Gründen wesentlich dazu bei, die Reichswirren über die Zäsuren von 1620/21 und 1623 hinaus zu verlängern und zu einem europäischen Krieg auszuweiten.[1] Für … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: HAMMELBURGER ANTIQUARIAT [Hammelburg, DE]
2018-12-14 17:30:09
Konrad, von Scheyern Philosophus
London: Typis Gregorij Hænlin, 1623. Written by Konrad, von Scheyern Philosophus.; Georg Christian Joannis; Stephan Reitperger; Abbot of Scheyern Stephanus; Gregor Hanlin 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 scat … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-12-13 17:18:48
LONGO, Francesco
Prost, Lione, 1623. In -folio, pp. (42), 489, (71); frontespizio inciso in cornice, con vignette che raffigurano cinque concilii. Manca un ritratto all'antiporta. Legatura alle armi del Cardinale Barberini.A portrait missing at frontispiece; binding with Barberini coat of arms.
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [ROMA, RM, Italy]
2018-12-12 20:14:19
Konrad, von Scheyern Philosophus
1623. Written by Konrad, von Scheyern Philosophus.; Georg Christian Joannis; Stephan Reitperger; Abbot of Scheyern Stephanus; Gregor Hanlin 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 scattered light spotting throughout … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-12-11 11:17:49
Konrad, von Scheyern Philosophus
London: Typis Gregorij Hænlin, 1623. Written by Konrad, von Scheyern Philosophus.; Georg Christian Joannis; Stephan Reitperger; Abbot of Scheyern Stephanus; Gregor Hanlin 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 scat … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-12-08 10:25:57
Pierre de Berulle
London: Antoine Estiene, 1623. He is generally regarded as being the initiator of the so-called French School of Spirituality, and he founded the Congregation of the Oratory in France. He was deeply involved in Church renewal in France in the seventeenth century, and was made a Cardinal in 1627. Bérulle left several written works, the remarkable qualities of which led Pope Urban VIII to call him the Apostolus Verbi incarnati. An inverted copperplate ink inscription has been left to the blank verso of the last page (Volume II). In French. CONDITION Rebound in blind stamped full calf. Externally, a trifle rubbed with some slight loss and tidemarks. Internally, firmly bound, with some age toning and occasional marks, as expected for books of this age. The first Volume contains some tidemarks and evidence of some past worming. The second Volume is bright and clean with only the odd mark. In both Volumes, small amateur repairs have been left, from page 81-120, 1a-16a, 511/2 and the title page. Overall Condition: Very Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-12-07 01:14:21
Konrad, von Scheyern Philosophus
London: Typis Gregorij Hænlin, 1623. Written by Konrad, von Scheyern Philosophus.; Georg Christian Joannis; Stephan Reitperger; Abbot of Scheyern Stephanus; Gregor Hanlin 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 scat … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-12-06 17:04:41
Mesue ( Johannes- ), (ou Yahia ibn Masawah, ou Mesue le jeune). Abulcasis.
Venetiis, apud Juntas, 1623. Deux parties en un fort vol. in- folio, (355 x 235 x 75 mm.) ; (6)- 252 ff. ; (6)- 278- (11) ff. ; basane marbrée brune, dos à nerfs orné, roulette or sur les coupes, tranches mouchetées rouges, rel. de l' ép. La 1ère des 2 pp. de titre imprimée en rouge et noir, texte sur 2 colonnes. Bonne édition des oeuvres de pharmacie de Mesue le jeune, illustrée de 39 bois gravés représentant des plantes médicinales. Contient, comme l' éd. vénitienne de 1581, le commentaire de J. Costaeus. Le "De Simplicibus" traite du choix des purgatifs en fonctions de leur action et propriétés, le "Grabadin" est le "manuel de l' apothicaire" le plus populaire de l' Europe médiévale. Il est accompagné des commentaires de divers médecins, dont Jacques Dubois (Sylvius). La seconde partie, avec sa propre page de titre, contient des textes de médecine et de pharmacie de divers médecins des universités de Padoue ou de Bologne : Pietro di Abano, Francesco di Piedimonte ; l' "Antidotaire" de Nicolas de Salerne, &c. Elle contient également le "Liber Servitoris" d' Abulcasis, (al- Zahrawi), dans la traduction d' Abraham Tortuensis, 28ème chapitre, consacré à la pharmacopée, du "Kitab al- Tasrif", l' encyclopédie médicale d' Abulcasis ; d' autres textes de médecins arabes : Saladin d' Ascoli, Albengnefit, Alchindus ---. Coins un peu émoussés, coupes inférieures frottées, épidermures sur les plats, petit travail de ver dans la 1ère partie, pp. 94 à 104, avec perte de qq. lettres. Reste un ex. bien convenable. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Thierry Gauville [Gatteville- le- Phare, France]
2018-12-05 02:57:21
BACON, Francis
London: In officina Joannis Haviland, 1623. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. Folio (302 x 208 mm). [16] (of [20]), 493 [1] pp. Signatures: [par]4 (-[par]1-2), A6 B-3R4 (-R4). Errors in pagination: p. 35, 38 misnumbered 43, 46 respectively, p.[282] unnumbered; catchword on [par]2 recto: "emittit" (a variant setting has "Translatio."). Text within rules with a blank marginal column for side-notes, woodcut initials, head- and tailpieces composed of printer's ornaments; woodcut printer's device to second title, lacking first title- and dedication leaf (both supplied in good facsimile, bound in by Bernard Middleton) and the final blank. Contemporary polished calf (rebacked by Bernard Middleton, corners bumpled, extremities little rubbed), preserving original gilt backstrip in compartments with red morocco label, pastedowns using unfolded printed sheets from 17th century astronomical work by Gassendi. Light waterstaining to upper blank corner throughout, occasional very minor spotting, numerous short annotations in light pencil. Provenance: the late Sir Nicholas Wall, English judge and former President of the Family Division and Head of Family Justice for England and Wales (bookplate to rear pastedown); Maggs Bros Ltd (handwritten entry of sale on 26.8.81 on rear pastedown). Except for the missing two leaves (which are supplied in good facsimiles), a fine, wide-margined copy. ---- Gibson 129a; STC 1108. FIRST EDITION. Book 1 is for the most part a translation of book 1 of 'The Advancement of Learning', published in 1605; b … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
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2018-12-04 08:42:43
Speed, John
Published by George Humble, 1623. Hardback. Very Good. Very good condition with no wrapper. Their Originals, Manners, Habits, Warres, Coines and Seales: with the Successions, lives, acts etc. of the English Monarchs. Second Edition. Revised and enlarged. Contents lists 10 books; this binding contains the following: Contents, plus 8 page proeme; Books 5 - 10, plus Summary of the whole and 78 page index table. Very large format. Leather binding with raised bands to spine and black title labels and gilt titles. Contains woodcuts. Leather binding is a modern binding, which is faded to spine. NO frontis. Book reads complete with in itself - but starts at book 5. A rare survivor of this historical book! [S]
Bookseller: Stella & Rose's Books, PBFA [Tintern, MON, United Kingdom]
2018-12-04 08:40:30
John Speed
John Beale, 1623. THIS LARGE FOLIO (13.5"x9"x3.5"thick) IS IN VERY GOOD CONDITION, BEAUTIFULLY REBOUND IN FULL CALF WITH BLIND STAMP DETAILED BORDERS, SIX COMPARTMENTS AND FIVE LARGE RIBS TO SPINE WITH BLIND STAMPING TO COMPARTMENTS, BRIGHT GILT MOROCCO LABEL TO SPINE. ABSOLUTELY STUNNING BINDING. BINDING AND HINGES ARE VERY GOOD, NO LOOSE OR MISSING PAGES, SOME REMARGINING TO THE FIRST FEW LEAVES AND TO PAGE 40 - WITH SOME LOSS OF TEXT (SEE PHOTOS). PAGES ARE WITHOUT MARKS EXCEPT FOR EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY SIGNATURE ON TITLE PAGE (SEE PHOTO), MINIMAL FOXING. PROFUSELY ILLUSTRATED WITH NUMEROUS IN TEXT WOODCUTS OF COINS, SEALS, AND GENEALOGICAL CHARTS. 1258 PAGES, LARGE FOLIO MEASURES 13.5"x9"x3.5". SECOND EDITION, 393 YEARS OLD. SPEED'S WORK IS CITED IN BOTH WILLIAM BYRD'S AND THOMAS JEFFERSON'S LIBRARIES. A STUNNING COPY IN REMARKABLE CONDITION ESPECIALLY FOR AGE, YOU WILL LOVE THIS BOOK! [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Reagan's Rare Books [MIdlothian, VA, U.S.A.]
2018-12-04 08:40:16
John Speed
John Beale, 1623. THIS LARGE FOLIO (13.5"x9"x3.5"thick) IS IN VERY GOOD CONDITION, BEAUTIFULLY REBOUND IN FULL CALF WITH BLIND STAMP DETAILED BORDERS, SIX COMPARTMENTS AND FIVE LARGE RIBS TO SPINE WITH BLIND STAMPING TO COMPARTMENTS, BRIGHT GILT MOROCCO LABEL TO SPINE. ABSOLUTELY STUNNING BINDING. BINDING AND HINGES ARE VERY GOOD, NO LOOSE OR MISSING PAGES, SOME REMARGINING TO THE FIRST FEW LEAVES AND TO PAGE 40-WITH SOME LOSS OF TEXT (SEE PHOTOS). PAGES ARE WITHOUT MARKS EXCEPT FOR EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY SIGNATURE ON TITLE PAGE (SEE PHOTO), MINIMAL FOXING. PROFUSELY ILLUSTRATED WITH NUMEROUS IN TEXT WOODCUTS OF COINS, SEALS, AND GENEALOGICAL CHARTS. 1258 PAGES, LARGE FOLIO MEASURES 13.5"x9"x3.5". SECOND EDITION, 393 YEARS OLD. SPEED'S WORK IS CITED IN BOTH WILLIAM BYRD'S AND THOMAS JEFFERSON'S LIBRARIES. A STUNNING COPY IN REMARKABLE CONDITION ESPECIALLY FOR AGE, YOU WILL LOVE THIS BOOK! Very Good. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Reagan's Rare Books [MIdlothian, VA, U.S.A.]
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2018-12-02 19:24:28
Pierre de Berulle
London: Antoine Estiene, 1623. He is generally regarded as being the initiator of the so-called French School of Spirituality, and he founded the Congregation of the Oratory in France. He was deeply involved in Church renewal in France in the seventeenth century, and was made a Cardinal in 1627. Bérulle left several written works, the remarkable qualities of which led Pope Urban VIII to call him the Apostolus Verbi incarnati. An inverted copperplate ink inscription has been left to the blank verso of the last page (Volume II). In French. CONDITION Rebound in blind stamped full calf. Externally, a trifle rubbed with some slight loss and tidemarks. Internally, firmly bound, with some age toning and occasional marks, as expected for books of this age. The first Volume contains some tidemarks and evidence of some past worming. The second Volume is bright and clean with only the odd mark. In both Volumes, small amateur repairs have been left, from page 81-120, 1a-16a, 511/2 and the title page. Overall Condition: Very Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-12-02 10:57:48
Pierre de Berulle
London: Antoine Estiene, 1623. He is generally regarded as being the initiator of the so-called French School of Spirituality, and he founded the Congregation of the Oratory in France. He was deeply involved in Church renewal in France in the seventeenth century, and was made a Cardinal in 1627. Bérulle left several written works, the remarkable qualities of which led Pope Urban VIII to call him the Apostolus Verbi incarnati. An inverted copperplate ink inscription has been left to the blank verso of the last page (Volume II). In French. CONDITION Rebound in blind stamped full calf. Externally, a trifle rubbed with some slight loss and tidemarks. Internally, firmly bound, with some age toning and occasional marks, as expected for books of this age. The first Volume contains some tidemarks and evidence of some past worming. The second Volume is bright and clean with only the odd mark. In both Volumes, small amateur repairs have been left, from page 81-120, 1a-16a, 511/2 and the title page. Overall Condition: Very Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-28 10:46:10
Pierre de Berulle
London: Antoine Estiene, 1623. He is generally regarded as being the initiator of the so-called French School of Spirituality, and he founded the Congregation of the Oratory in France. He was deeply involved in Church renewal in France in the seventeenth century, and was made a Cardinal in 1627. Bérulle left several written works, the remarkable qualities of which led Pope Urban VIII to call him the Apostolus Verbi incarnati. An inverted copperplate ink inscription has been left to the blank verso of the last page (Volume II). In French. CONDITION Rebound in blind stamped full calf. Externally, a trifle rubbed with some slight loss and tidemarks. Internally, firmly bound, with some age toning and occasional marks, as expected for books of this age. The first Volume contains some tidemarks and evidence of some past worming. The second Volume is bright and clean with only the odd mark. In both Volumes, small amateur repairs have been left, from page 81-120, 1a-16a, 511/2 and the title page. Overall Condition: Very Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-28 10:46:09
Konrad, von Scheyern Philosophus
London: Typis Gregorij Hænlin, 1623. Written by Konrad, von Scheyern Philosophus.; Georg Christian Joannis; Stephan Reitperger; Abbot of Scheyern Stephanus; Gregor Hanlin 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 scat … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-27 17:14:40
Tommaso, d'Aquino
Sumptibus ac impensis Marci Wyon, bibliop. & typographi iurati, sub signo Phoenicis, Duaci [Douai - Francia], 1623. In-folio, 360x240 mm, leg. originale in piena pelle su assi di legno, piatti riccamente decorati con impressioni a freddo, dorso a sei nervi con titolo manoscritto in nero su una casella, fermagli metallici originali completi e funzionanti, numerosissimi segnalibri in pergamena al taglio frontale delle carte; 5 parti in un volume; pp. [14], 216, [4]; [8], 220, [4]; [12], 341, [1], [8]; [12], 208, [2]; 168; [146]. Primo frontespizio a caratteri rossi e neri e altri 4 frontespizi a caratteri neri, tutti con marche tipografiche xilografate. Iniziali, testate e finali xilografici. Testo in Latino, scritto su due colonne, incorniciato con filetti. Rara edizione completa della "Summa theologica" di San Tommaso, con una lettera a Papa Urbano VIII e una lettera dello stampatore, Marc Wyon, a Jean Du Joncquay, abate di Marchiennes, comprendente 5 parti: [1.1]: Prima pars Svmma theologicæ. [1.2]: Prima secvndae partis Svmmae theologicae sancti Thomæ Aqvinatis. [2]: Secvnda secvndæ sancti Thomæ Aqvinatis. [3.1] Tertia pars Svmmae theologicae sancti Thomae Aqvinatis. [3.2] Svpplementvm ad tertiam partem. [index]: Quinque indicum generalium. Prov.: Iscrizione manoscritta alla prima guardia libera anteriore (Fr. Theodoor Gijmbert, Bergen op Zoom 1762); iscrizione manoscritta al frontespizio (Fr. Bernard Vanden Bossche). Rif.: Edizione non censita da ICCU, che invece registra l’edizione pubblicata lo stesso anno a Parigi, con lo stesso formato (IT\ICCU\RMLE\042418). OCLC, 63 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Books and collectibles di Paola Suaria [Villafranca di Verona, VR, Italy]
2018-11-20 17:35:17
Toe, Ninja
CreateSpace. Condition: Very Good. Can't find what you're looking for? Shop by Price £2.99 £3.00 - £4.49 £4.50 - £6.99 £7.00 - £11.99 £12.00+ Shop pages Home page Payment Delivery Customer Service About the seller Need help? Send an eBay message Newsletter Add World of Books to your favourites and receive email newsletters about special promotions! General Interest Diary of NINJA BOY & Fartypants: Everybody hates Mondays Product Details: Category: Books ISBN: 1512158003 Title: Diary of NINJA BOY & Fartypants: Everybody hates Mondays The Cheap Fast Free Post Author: Toe, Ninja Publisher: N/A Year Published: N/A Number of Pages: N/A Book Binding: N/A Prizes: N/A Book Condition: VERYGOOD SKU: GOR007834356 Item description Please note, the image is for illustrative purposes only, actual book cover, binding and edition may vary. Payment Delivery Customer Service About Us Unfortunately we are currently unable to provide combined shipping rates. Please note we can ONLY accept payments through PayPal. The average shipping times for our orders are as follows: UK: 3-10 Working Days Europe: 5-18 Working Days North America: 5-30 Working Days Rest of World: 5-30 Working Days If ordering within the UK please allow the maximum 10 business days before contacting us with regards to delivery, once this has passed please get in touch with us so that we can help you. World of Books Ltd offer a 100% money back guarantee. We are committed to ensuring each customer is entirely satisfied with their puchase and our service. If you have any issues or concerns please contact our customer service team … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-11-20 16:25:25
Condition: Very Good. Certified second hand articles More than 3.000.000 articles in shop Easy and safe purchase Reise Know-How Sprachführer Spanisch für die Dominikanische Republik - Wort für Wort: Kauderwelsch-Band 128 by Fründt, Hans-Jürgen | Book | condition very good Condition second hand - very good Publisher Hans-Jürgen Fründt Medium Broschiert EAN 9783831764747 Delivery address: Change after payment is not possible. Shipping: To United Kingdom Books Fiction Books for children & teenagers Detective novels & thrillers ... and much more Music Pop Rock Children's music & audio stories ... and much more Movies Drama Action & Adventure Comedy & Entertainment ... and much more Games PlayStation 3 Nintendo DS PC ... and much more Software Children & Family Operating System School & Studies ... and much more Condition Description We try to assess the exact condition of the goods as objectively as possible. Prior to sale, each article is examined manually by us and its condition assessed according to the following criteria. Should there be deviations in any case from the condition stated, we would very much appreciate it if you would contact us before giving a review. Books & Media: new: Unused article in top condition The article is shrink-wrapped where it is delivered in this condition by the manufacturer very good: Second-hand article is in a very good condition Article hardly shows any traces of usage Pages are undamaged and contain no markings or notes Jacket or accessories are intact if included in the scope of delivery Jacket and accessories are intact where included i … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: momox-shop1 [Berlin, DE]
2018-11-19 00:40:51
PROCOPIO (di Cesarea – Anecdota.)
Lugduni, Andr. Brugiotti (in fine) Lugduni, Io. Iullieron, 1623, in fol.; perfetta leg. piena perg. dell’epoca con tass. o. al dorso; 6 cc.n.n. + pp. XXIV + 135; pp. 142 + 10 cc.n.n. di indice. Frontesp. in caratteri rossi e neri con al centro una grande incisione (un sole raggiante con motto "Flammis ipse suis"; 8 incisioni in rame, di varie grandezze, raffig. monete, ornamenti, i ritr. degli imperatori, copricapi; vari fregi tipogr. e qualche capolettera sparsi n. testo. TESTO LATINO E GRECO A FRONTE. Prima ediz. assai curata tipograficamente con il ricco apparato di note e citazioni nella seconda parte. ESEMPLARE VERAMENTE OTTIMO E CON OTTIMI MARGINI (antic. rifatto quello bianco inf. del tit. dove sono stati asportati e foderati probabilmente 2 timbri ai lati della marca tipogr.; una corta traccia di tarlo nell’angolino sup. verso la costola per circa 50 pp. della prima parte). " si può pensare che P. sia rimasto personalmente amareggiato e deluso È possibile in fine che altri motivi personali si siano aggiunti e che essi abbiano contribuito a ispirare la STORIA SEGRETA che è come il rovescio della medaglia P. non le pubblicò, erano il suo segreto, dovevano sopravvivergli per dire ai posteri quello che era stato il Regno di Giustiniano: rapacità, intrighi, persecuzioni religiose, miserie, delitti, sangue e su tutto questo l’energia sinistra e diabolica dell’antica ballerina Teodora " (Diz. Bompiani – Autori – 3; pp. 225-226).
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Tonini [Ravenna, Italy]
2018-11-17 19:39:56
Pierre de Berulle
London: Antoine Estiene, 1623. He is generally regarded as being the initiator of the so-called French School of Spirituality, and he founded the Congregation of the Oratory in France. He was deeply involved in Church renewal in France in the seventeenth century, and was made a Cardinal in 1627. Bérulle left several written works, the remarkable qualities of which led Pope Urban VIII to call him the Apostolus Verbi incarnati. An inverted copperplate ink inscription has been left to the blank verso of the last page (Volume II). In French. CONDITION Rebound in blind stamped full calf. Externally, a trifle rubbed with some slight loss and tidemarks. Internally, firmly bound, with some age toning and occasional marks, as expected for books of this age. The first Volume contains some tidemarks and evidence of some past worming. The second Volume is bright and clean with only the odd mark. In both Volumes, small amateur repairs have been left, from page 81-120, 1a-16a, 511/2 and the title page. Overall Condition: Very Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-13 23:41:36
Konrad, von Scheyern Philosophus
London: Typis Gregorij Hænlin, 1623. Written by Konrad, von Scheyern Philosophus.; Georg Christian Joannis; Stephan Reitperger; Abbot of Scheyern Stephanus; Gregor Hanlin 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 scat … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-13 18:18:40
Konrad, von Scheyern Philosophus
London: Typis Gregorij Hænlin, 1623. Written by Konrad, von Scheyern Philosophus.; Georg Christian Joannis; Stephan Reitperger; Abbot of Scheyern Stephanus; Gregor Hanlin 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 scat … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-10 11:40:35
Pierre de Berulle
London: Antoine Estiene, 1623. He is generally regarded as being the initiator of the so-called French School of Spirituality, and he founded the Congregation of the Oratory in France. He was deeply involved in Church renewal in France in the seventeenth century, and was made a Cardinal in 1627. Bérulle left several written works, the remarkable qualities of which led Pope Urban VIII to call him the Apostolus Verbi incarnati. An inverted copperplate ink inscription has been left to the blank verso of the last page (Volume II). In French. CONDITION Rebound in blind stamped full calf. Externally, a trifle rubbed with some slight loss and tidemarks. Internally, firmly bound, with some age toning and occasional marks, as expected for books of this age. The first Volume contains some tidemarks and evidence of some past worming. The second Volume is bright and clean with only the odd mark. In both Volumes, small amateur repairs have been left, from page 81-120, 1a-16a, 511/2 and the title page. Overall Condition: Very Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-06 20:30:27
(PICTURES BELOW DESCRIPTION) THE HISTORIE OF GREAT BRITAINE UNDER THE CONQUESTS OF THE ROMANS, SAXONS, DANES AND NORMANS... 1623; John Speed; 2nd Edition; London, John Beale for George Humble; Full Folio Rebound Leather, Norwich, Peartree Bindery; XX/1,262/74 Pages; w9"xh13.9"; Very Rare! ATTRIBUTES: Brilliant Folio full leather cover design, Fine marble detail, Outer/inner borders/binding in a lighter brown, Stamped borders, Stamped Flower centerpieces, Red morocco label/gold labeling to spine, Pretty woodcut headings/endings/initials throughout, Numerous lovely coin style illustrations, Numerous Royal Coat of Arms/Seals, Four lovely larger figures of Men/Women, Genealogy Trees, Black lined borders to pages, And a Great Read, Fine Display Book!BACKGROUND: John Speed (1551 or 1552 - 28 July 1629) was an English cartographer and historian. He is the best known English mapmaker of the Stuart period. In creating this exceptional work--"incomparably more complete than all the histories of his predecessors put together" (Lowndes, 2471)--Speed was responding to "the need of the country to fix its place in the world, to contemplate, simultaneously, its past and present" (Schama II:10). Speed's Historie vividly tells of such monarchs as William the Conqueror, Edward the Confessor, Henry II ("the founder of the English common law"), Richard the Lionhearted, Edward I ("the greatest of the Plantagenets"), Henry V (who against great odds, "conquered an empire") and the monarch whose rule "came to embody a truly national consciousness," Elizabeth I (Kings & Queens, 52, 79, 120, 198). "T … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: 0ROGAS RARE BOOKS [Boca Raton, Florida, US]
2018-11-06 19:58:53
Konrad, von Scheyern Philosophus
London: Typis Gregorij Hænlin, 1623. Written by Konrad, von Scheyern Philosophus.; Georg Christian Joannis; Stephan Reitperger; Abbot of Scheyern Stephanus; Gregor Hanlin 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 scat … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-06 01:43:35
Pierre de Berulle
London: Antoine Estiene, 1623. He is generally regarded as being the initiator of the so-called French School of Spirituality, and he founded the Congregation of the Oratory in France. He was deeply involved in Church renewal in France in the seventeenth century, and was made a Cardinal in 1627. Bérulle left several written works, the remarkable qualities of which led Pope Urban VIII to call him the Apostolus Verbi incarnati. An inverted copperplate ink inscription has been left to the blank verso of the last page (Volume II). In French. CONDITION Rebound in blind stamped full calf. Externally, a trifle rubbed with some slight loss and tidemarks. Internally, firmly bound, with some age toning and occasional marks, as expected for books of this age. The first Volume contains some tidemarks and evidence of some past worming. The second Volume is bright and clean with only the odd mark. In both Volumes, small amateur repairs have been left, from page 81-120, 1a-16a, 511/2 and the title page. Overall Condition: Very Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-05 21:11:41
John Barclay, Paris Editio
1623 Latin Novel, Argenis by John Barclay, Paris Editio Click to Enlarge Description: Ioannis Barclaii Argenis by John Barclay Editio III Nicolaj Buon, Parisiis, 1623. Third printing. In Latin. Paper over boards with leather spine (highly abraded), leather corners, spine label with gilt titles, red page edges, engraved illustrated title page, frontispiece engraved portrait of Louis XIII, King of France and Navarre, 1087 pages followed by index. The binding, although very old (17th or 18 century) is probably not the original since the top margins of the text are severely trimmed with occasional slight truncation of the running page headers but no loss of text. Provenance: The book plate on the interior of the front board is that of Luther Brewer, the noted early 20th Century Cedar Rapids, Iowa publisher, author and bibliophile. First published in Paris in 1621, this was Barclay's masterpiece, one of the most popular narratives of the period. The social and political ideas in "Argenis" include reflections on the dangers of political intrigue. Barclay designed "Argenis" to admonish princes and politicians and to denounce political factions and conspiracies. Fictional characters in Argenis represent Elizabeth, Philip II, Henry IV, etc. Barclay completed "Argenis" just a fortnight before his death, which was said to have been hastened by poison. "At a fairly early stage humanism became noticeable in some Scottish Latin writers who were or had been students in Paris. Barclay was the most distinguished of these." (Josef Ijsewijn, Companion to Neo-Latin Studies Part 1). Ijsewijn st … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Tadmor Fine Books [NJ, US]
2018-11-02 17:50:05
Pierre de Berulle
London: Antoine Estiene, 1623. He is generally regarded as being the initiator of the so-called French School of Spirituality, and he founded the Congregation of the Oratory in France. He was deeply involved in Church renewal in France in the seventeenth century, and was made a Cardinal in 1627. Bérulle left several written works, the remarkable qualities of which led Pope Urban VIII to call him the Apostolus Verbi incarnati. An inverted copperplate ink inscription has been left to the blank verso of the last page (Volume II). In French. CONDITION Rebound in blind stamped full calf. Externally, a trifle rubbed with some slight loss and tidemarks. Internally, firmly bound, with some age toning and occasional marks, as expected for books of this age. The first Volume contains some tidemarks and evidence of some past worming. The second Volume is bright and clean with only the odd mark. In both Volumes, small amateur repairs have been left, from page 81-120, 1a-16a, 511/2 and the title page. Overall Condition: Very Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-30 17:58:05
Konrad, von Scheyern Philosophus
London: Typis Gregorij Hænlin, 1623. Written by Konrad, von Scheyern Philosophus.; Georg Christian Joannis; Stephan Reitperger; Abbot of Scheyern Stephanus; Gregor Hanlin 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 scat … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-30 00:43:04
Buonarroti, Michelangelo
Florence: Appresso i Giunti, 1623. Rare first edition of Michelangelo's poems - gathered from manuscripts at Rome and Florence, and published posthumously by his grandnephew. 4to. Printer's device on title page - woodcut head and tail pieces, initials, and ornaments throughout. Contemporary flexible sewn-paper binding with remnants of university markings(?) on lower spine and front board, discreet bookseller stamp inside rear cover. Generally fresh pages with some sporadic browning, last few leaves with small moisture marks on margins, and small restoration on the upper margin of the last leaf - still an attractive, Very Good copy in a rare binding. *****Only a handful of copies have appeared on the market in the last 40 years - particularly hard to find in contemporary binding such as this. A landmark of gay literature.***** The book was published to provide a definitive version of Michelangelo's poetic writings, uniting them in a single volume. Michelangelo's great passion for poetry always remained a private matter, occasionally shared only in the circle of his most intimate friends.(Bado) *** 'When the queer art historian John Addington Symonds was granted access to the Buonarroti family archives in Florence in 1863, he discovered a note written in the margin of the manuscript poems by Michelangelo's grandnephew(called Michelangelo the Younger) saying that the poems must not be published in their original form because they expressed "amor . . . virile," literally "masculine love." Symonds thus was able to make public the fact that when Michelangelo the Younger prepared … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Anniroc Books [U.S.A.]
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2018-10-27 17:47:55
Pierre de Berulle
London: Antoine Estiene, 1623. He is generally regarded as being the initiator of the so-called French School of Spirituality, and he founded the Congregation of the Oratory in France. He was deeply involved in Church renewal in France in the seventeenth century, and was made a Cardinal in 1627. Bérulle left several written works, the remarkable qualities of which led Pope Urban VIII to call him the Apostolus Verbi incarnati. An inverted copperplate ink inscription has been left to the blank verso of the last page (Volume II). In French. CONDITION Rebound in blind stamped full calf. Externally, a trifle rubbed with some slight loss and tidemarks. Internally, firmly bound, with some age toning and occasional marks, as expected for books of this age. The first Volume contains some tidemarks and evidence of some past worming. The second Volume is bright and clean with only the odd mark. In both Volumes, small amateur repairs have been left, from page 81-120, 1a-16a, 511/2 and the title page. Overall Condition: Very Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-25 20:45:31
Buonarroti, Michelangelo
Appresso i Giunti, 1623. Rare first edition of Michelangelo's poems - gathered from manuscripts at Rome and Florence, and published posthumously by his grandnephew. 4to. Printer s device on title page - woodcut head and tail pieces, initials, and ornaments throughout. Contemporary flexible sewn-paper binding, later endpapers sewn in, remnants of university markings(?) on lower spine and front board, discreet Roman bookseller stamp inside rear cover. Generally fresh pages with some sporadic browning, last few leaves with small moisture marks on margins, and small restoration on the upper margin of the last leaf still an attractive, Very Good copy in a rare binding. ***** Only a handful of copies have appeared on the market in the last 40 years - particularly hard to find in contemporary binding such as this. A landmark of gay literature.***** The book was published to provide a definitive version of Michelangelo's poetic writings, uniting them in a single volume. Michelangelo's great passion for poetry always remained a private matter, occasionally shared only in the circle of his most intimate friends.(Bado) *** When the queer art historian John Addington Symonds was granted access to the Buonarroti family archives in Florence in 1863, he discovered a note written in the margin of the manuscript poems by Michelangelo's grandnephew(called Michelangelo the Younger) saying that the poems must not be published in their original form because they expressed "amor . . . virile, literally "masculine love. Symonds thus was able to make public the fact that when Michelangelo the Youn … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Anniroc Rare Books [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]
2018-10-24 08:10:35
Frei Luis de Cacegas e Frei Luis de Sousa
Lisbon: VERY GOOD - with spots and yellowing in some pages, with some restorations, reaching the text, not harming the reading and lacking the frontispiece of the first volume, and replaced by the face of Part 2. The first two volumes are from the first edition and the last two from the second. CACEGAS ( Luís ) & SOUSA ( Luís de ) - PRIMEIRA PARTE ( a QUARTA PARTE ) / DA HISTÓRIA / DE S. DOMINGOS / PARTICULAR DO REINO, E CONQUISTAS / DE PORTUGAL / POR ... / Da mesma Ordem, & Província, & Chronista della, / Reformada em estilo, e ordem, e amplificada / em successos, & particularidades / POR LVIS DE SOVSA / Filho do Convento de Benfica / ( Estes dizeres abertos a buril, vêm a meio de uma portada alegórica também aberta a buril , o registo tipográfico ) / Im pressa no Conuento de S. Dºs. de Benfica / por Giraldo de Vinha A. M. DC. XXIII ( 1623 ). 4 vols. In 8º: vol. I: {7} + 369 + {9} fls.; vol. II: {15} + 274 + {8} fls.; vol. III: {14} + 437 p.; vol. IV: {26} + {2} br. + 819 p.; Encs. inteiras de pele modernas, sendo uma da época. ( Cansadas ); In 8º (220mmX280mm). Inoc.: V, p. 328; Nº 785; Samodães: II, p. 579; Nº 3247; Palha: Nº 2463; Manuel dos Santos: Nº 3865; Ávila Perez: Nº 7385; Ameal: p. 612, Nº 2283; Pinto de Matos: p. 537; Rodrigo Veloso: II, Nº 7158; Reiss & Auvermann Nº 40: Nº 99; Arouca: IV, p. 213, Nº.s 519 a 522.; Palau: Nº 320795-320801; 1ª e 2ª Edição. Crónica começada por Frei Luís Cacegas e reformada e ampliada por Frei Luís de Sousa. A quarta parte foi escrita por Frei Lucas de Santa Catarina. A primeira edição é de 1623 a 1678, sendo a quarta parte datada … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bookskeeper [Lisboa, PT]
2018-10-24 08:10:35
Frei Luis de Cacegas e Frei Luis de Sousa
Lisbon: VERY GOOD - with spots and yellowing in some pages, with some restorations, reaching the text, not harming the reading and lacking the frontispiece of the first volume, and replaced by the face of Part 2. The first two volumes are from the first edition and the last two from the second. CACEGAS ( Luís ) & SOUSA ( Luís de ) - PRIMEIRA PARTE ( a QUARTA PARTE ) / DA HISTÓRIA / DE S. DOMINGOS / PARTICULAR DO REINO, E CONQUISTAS / DE PORTUGAL / POR ... / Da mesma Ordem, & Província, & Chronista della, / Reformada em estilo, e ordem, e amplificada / em successos, & particularidades / POR LVIS DE SOVSA / Filho do Convento de Benfica / ( Estes dizeres abertos a buril, vêm a meio de uma portada alegórica também aberta a buril , o registo tipográfico ) / Im pressa no Conuento de S. Dºs. de Benfica / por Giraldo de Vinha A. M. DC. XXIII ( 1623 ). 4 vols. In 8º: vol. I: {7} + 369 + {9} fls.; vol. II: {15} + 274 + {8} fls.; vol. III: {14} + 437 p.; vol. IV: {26} + {2} br. + 819 p.; Encs. inteiras de pele modernas, sendo uma da época. ( Cansadas ); In 8º (220mmX280mm). Inoc.: V, p. 328; Nº 785; Samodães: II, p. 579; Nº 3247; Palha: Nº 2463; Manuel dos Santos: Nº 3865; Ávila Perez: Nº 7385; Ameal: p. 612, Nº 2283; Pinto de Matos: p. 537; Rodrigo Veloso: II, Nº 7158; Reiss & Auvermann Nº 40: Nº 99; Arouca: IV, p. 213, Nº.s 519 a 522.; Palau: Nº 320795-320801; 1ª e 2ª Edição. Crónica começada por Frei Luís Cacegas e reformada e ampliada por Frei Luís de Sousa. A quarta parte foi escrita por Frei Lucas de Santa Catarina. A primeira edição é de 1623 a 1678, sendo a quarta parte datada … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bookskeeper [Lisboa, PT]
2018-10-23 00:38:02
Konrad, von Scheyern Philosophus
London: Typis Gregorij Hænlin, 1623. Written by Konrad, von Scheyern Philosophus.; Georg Christian Joannis; Stephan Reitperger; Abbot of Scheyern Stephanus; Gregor Hanlin 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 scat … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-20 10:24:31
Pierre de Berulle
London: Antoine Estiene, 1623. He is generally regarded as being the initiator of the so-called French School of Spirituality, and he founded the Congregation of the Oratory in France. He was deeply involved in Church renewal in France in the seventeenth century, and was made a Cardinal in 1627. Bérulle left several written works, the remarkable qualities of which led Pope Urban VIII to call him the Apostolus Verbi incarnati. An inverted copperplate ink inscription has been left to the blank verso of the last page (Volume II). In French. CONDITION Rebound in blind stamped full calf. Externally, a trifle rubbed with some slight loss and tidemarks. Internally, firmly bound, with some age toning and occasional marks, as expected for books of this age. The first Volume contains some tidemarks and evidence of some past worming. The second Volume is bright and clean with only the odd mark. In both Volumes, small amateur repairs have been left, from page 81-120, 1a-16a, 511/2 and the title page. Overall Condition: Very Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-20 01:10:18
London: Little, Brown. Condition: Good. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: WeBuyBooks [Rossendale, GB]
2018-10-16 22:07:45
DU PERRON (Cardinal Jacques Davy).
Paris, A. Estienne, 1623. In-folio de 10 ff., portrait par Denizot d'après Herbin, 724 pages. Mouillure angulaire aux premiers feuillets, feuillets de titre et de dédicace froissés. Peau de truis estampée à froid d'époque, double encadrement de filet avec fleurons noirs aux angles, médaillon de laurier noir au centre, dos orné de fleurons noirs. Quelques salissures mais très bonne condition pour une reliure d'époque. Edition originale. Les oeuvres du cardinal DU PERRON, évêque d'Evreux puis archevêque de Sens, cardinal en 1604, religieuses entre la France et Rome et principalement pour faire lever l'interdit lancé sur le royaume par le Pape, à la suite de l'avènement d'Henri IV. Il servit Charles IX, Henri III, Henri IV et Marie de Médicis. Il prit une part importante aux Etats de 1614. Très bel exemplaire à grandes marges. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Librairie BERTRAN [ROUEN, France]
2018-10-16 19:08:49
Konrad, von Scheyern Philosophus
London: Typis Gregorij Hænlin, 1623. Written by Konrad, von Scheyern Philosophus.; Georg Christian Joannis; Stephan Reitperger; Abbot of Scheyern Stephanus; Gregor Hanlin 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 scat … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-15 00:59:04
Konrad, von Scheyern Philosophus
London: Typis Gregorij Hænlin, 1623. Written by Konrad, von Scheyern Philosophus.; Georg Christian Joannis; Stephan Reitperger; Abbot of Scheyern Stephanus; Gregor Hanlin 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 scat … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-13 00:57:13
Pierre de Berulle
London: Antoine Estiene, 1623. He is generally regarded as being the initiator of the so-called French School of Spirituality, and he founded the Congregation of the Oratory in France. He was deeply involved in Church renewal in France in the seventeenth century, and was made a Cardinal in 1627. Bérulle left several written works, the remarkable qualities of which led Pope Urban VIII to call him the Apostolus Verbi incarnati. An inverted copperplate ink inscription has been left to the blank verso of the last page (Volume II). In French. CONDITION Rebound in blind stamped full calf. Externally, a trifle rubbed with some slight loss and tidemarks. Internally, firmly bound, with some age toning and occasional marks, as expected for books of this age. The first Volume contains some tidemarks and evidence of some past worming. The second Volume is bright and clean with only the odd mark. In both Volumes, small amateur repairs have been left, from page 81-120, 1a-16a, 511/2 and the title page. Overall Condition: Very Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-11 18:46:12
WITHER, George
John Bill, 1623. FIRST EDITION. 16mo. pp. [ii], 46, 45-218, [ii]. A-O⁸ Roman letter, some Italic. Title within woodcut type border, woodcut musical notation, small floriated initials, woodcut and typographical ornaments, ‘M.C.’ in slightly later hand on verso of last. Light age yellowing, minor marks and spots in places, small closed tears to 3 leaves, H1, K8 and M6, slight adhesion damage to N1-2. A very good copy in nineteenth century black morocco gilt, covers double gilt ruled to a panel design, fleurons to inner corners, spine with raised bands gilt ruled in compartments, fleurons gilt to centers, edges gilt ruled, inner dentelles gilt all edges gilt, small tear to upper joint. Rare first edition of the first English hymn book. Composed by the poet George Wither with the music of Orlando Gibbons it is the first hymn book for Church of England congregations and was dedicated to James I. Wither's hymnbook is the first book of congregational song that focuses exclusively on hymnody rather than psalmody. George Wither was an English poet, pamphleteer, and satirist. His ‘Hymnes and Songs of the Church’ (1622–1623) were aimed to counter exclusive psalmody, represented by the Sternhold and Hopkins Psalter. Orlando Gibbons provided the music for seventeen of them which represents almost the entire body of his sacred music published in his lifetime. They were issued under a patent of King James I ordaining that they should be bound up with every copy of the authorized metrical psalms offered for sale. This patent was opposed, as inconsistent with their privilege to print … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2018-10-09 08:34:23
MEXIA Pedro
Printed by H. L. for Matthew Lownes, 1623. *4, A3, B6-Dddd6; x, 1-867 Half folio With two title pages (same date) one being an engraved pictorial title page, numerous woodcuts and initials in the text contemporary full sheep, with decorative inlays, spine with five raised bands, morocco spine label lettered in gilt 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
Bookseller: Antiquarian open bookshop Randall House Rare Books & Fine Arts [US]
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