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2013-01-04 17:00:51
RIBADENEYRA, Pedro de (1526-1611)
Madrid, por Luis Sanchez Impressor del Rey nuestro Señor, y a su costa, 1624. Folio; 6 hs., 620 pp. Portada en la que aparece el emblema de la Compañía de Jesús, grabado en cobre por Juan Bautista Villar, platero de Tarragona. Las ciento treinta y ocho últimas páginas contienen las vidas de Ignacio de Loyola, Francisco Javier, Francisco de Borja, Luis Gonzaga y Estanislao de Koska. Ejemplar en excelente estado de conjunto, pero ligeramente corto de márgenes exteriores, con la consiguiente pérdida de algunas letras de las abundantes notas manuscritas marginales que tiene el ejemplar. Encuadernación moderna en pergamino fuerte, a la romana. Edición extraordinariamente rara del «Flos Sanctorum», en la que por vez primera se incluyen los «santorables» de la Compañía, ya que las ciento treinta y ocho últimas páginas contienen las vidas de Ignacio de Loyola (1491-1556), Francisco Javier (1506-1552), Francisco de Borja (1510-1572), Luis Gonzaga (1568-1591) y Estanislao de Kostka (1550-1568). Ignacio de Loyola y Francisco Javier acababan de ser elevados a los altares en 1622 por Gregorio XV al mismo tiempo que Teresa de Avila, Felipe Neri e Isidro el Labrador, en una fabulosa ceremonia de canonización de amplias resonancias hispánicas. Francisco de Borja no sería canonizado hasta 1671 y su cuerpo enterrado en Madrid sería vandálicamente quemado en 1931. Luis Gonzaga y Estanislao de Kotska hubieron de esperar hasta 1726.
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2013-01-04 15:18:22
(Emblem Book) Hugo, Herman
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [U.S.A.]
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2012-12-26 10:37:16
Sarpi Pietro.
Cm. 22, pp. (4) 328. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena semirigida con nervi a vista e titoli manoscritti al dorso. Esemplare marginoso, genuino ed in eccellente stato di conservazione. Si tratta verosimilmente della prima edizione di quest'opera che nello stesso anno vide apparire un'altra impressione con luogo di stampa Mirandola. Verte sulla presa di posizione della Repubblica di Venezia in difesa della libertà del potere civile contro le usurpazioni del potere ecclesiastico che ledevano la libertà dello stato. Il processo di irrigidimento dottrinale e l'accentramento burocratico della Chiese controriformista nel periodo successivo al Concilio di Trento (1545-63) avevano spinto il Papa Paolo V a scagliare nel 1606 l'interdetto contro la Repubblica di Venezia che rifiutava di rimettere al foro ecclesiastico questioni che riteneva di competenza del Consilio del Dieci. Nel conflitto sorto tra la Repubblica veneziana e Paolo V, Sarpi fu appassionato difensore dell'autonomia giurisdizionale dello Stato. Eletto infatti consultore ""in iure"" con la qualifica di teologo canonista impugnò brillantemente la giustificazione dottrinale dell'azione del Papa divenendo vero campione dello Stato nei rapporti con la Chiesa. Cfr. Cicogna, Graesse e Piantanida.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2012-07-01 13:49:35
STROZZI GIULIO
Pinelli, Venezia, 1624. In 4? grande (310x208); carte 12 non num., pagg. 248, carte 3 non num. Splendido frontespizio allegorico figurato con titolo entro cornice barocca, figure allegoriche varie e veduta di Venezia in basso, fregi, iniziali ornate silografiche, ritratto dello Strozzi in rame inciso da Romiti, 24 tavole in rame, opera di F. Valegio, da disegni di Bernardo Castello, a piena pagina all'inizio di ogni canto raffiguranti il tema principale del canto, un ritratto a tutta pag. di Flavio Aetio ed uno di Attila alla fine inc. da Francesco Valegio. Pergamena settecentesca con dorso a nervi e titolo in oro su tassello, tagli a spruzzo.Rara e pregiata edizione originale di uno dei pi? bei poemi epici del '600, che celebra la fondazione e la gloria della Serenissima dipingendo nelle belle tavole del Valegio e descrivendo nel testo la vita di Venezia con molti interessanti particolari (vedi canto XII in particolare che descrive giochi, banchetti, regate ecc.); a riguardo Belloni nella sua opera "Il Seicento" scrive: "ÖLa vita dei Veneziani Ë descritta qual'era ai tempi del poeta; Venere, fabbricatasi uno splendido palazzo all'isola di San Giorgio, vi tiene delle vere e proprie accademie, ove gli amanti, seduti in cerchi, si narrano le novit? del giorno e giocano a carte e recitano commedie e danzano. Molto sviluppato nel poema dello Strozzi, Ë l'elemento sensualeÖ". Nel 1612 era stata pubblicata da Ciotti la prima met? dell'opera con solo 3 tavole. Buon esemplare nonostante qualche fioritura, nota di possesso eliminata al frontespizio nel margine inf. con vecchia reint … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini [Verona, VR, Italy]
2012-06-30 18:02:26
Hugo, Herman
Antwerp: Vulguait BoÎtius a Bolswert, Typis Henrici Aertssenii, 1624. (EMBLEM BOOK) First edition. 8vo. Engraved allegorical title page, engraved coat of arms of Pope Urban VIiI, initial introductory enblem, and 45 leaves of engraved emblematic plates by BoÎce van Bolswert; [32], 412, [3]. Contemporary vellum (slightly soiled). Preliminary leaves misbound. Landwehr, Emblem & Fable Books 345
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2012-06-29 22:32:13
ORTELIUS, Abraham
Antwerp: Abraham Ortelius, 1624. unbound. very good(+). Map. Uncolored engraving. Image measures 13 7/8" x 19". Beautifully printed map of the ancient world showing Europe, the Mediterranean, northern Africa and Asia Minor. Includes an inset of the modern world and two ornate cartouches. Based on biblical sources, this map was published in "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum". Latin text on verso. Very small scattered foxing, small tears to top edge. Otherwise in excellent condition with full original margins.
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2012-06-29 03:14:39
CROLL, Oswald (OSVALDUS CROLLIUS).:
Lyon, Pierre Drobet, 1624.. FIRST FRENCH EDITION 1624, translated from Latin by J. Marcel de Boulene, Small 8vo, 165 x 100 mm, 6½ x 4 inches, engraved title page with vignettes of chemical apparatus and 4 small portraits of Hermes Trismegistus, Paracelsus, Raimon Lull and Geber, with a cabalistic circle at the top, 2 woodcut illustrations in the text, woodcut headpieces and initials, pages (8), 223 - Preface Admonitoire, (2), 210 - Royalle Chymie, (57) - Table, (4), 119 - Traicte des Signatures, (31) - Table, lacks final blank (Kkk4), bound in antique full calf, raised bands, gilt decoration in compartments and gilt lettering to spine, edges stained red. Binding worn, cardboard showing at corners and on top and bottom edges, slight loss of leather at head of spine, 20 mm (¾ inch) missing at tail of spine, upper hinge starting to crack at head and tail, lower hinge starting at head, small crack also in top compartment, engraved title page trimmed losing all margins except the lower, tiny grazed patch to edge of 1 portrait due to adhesion, margins slightly trimmed, sometimes affecting running title, just shaving a few side notes mostly without loss of legibility, light ink stroke in 3 margins, occasional small light stains and light soiling mostly in the Chymie section, all easily legible, tiny hole in 1 text page with loss of 1 letter, tiny dark spot to a few lower margins, a few pages lightly age-browned, small worm track in lower margin of Preface from page 111-123, 2 small tracks in fore-edge margin of Chymie from page 149-177, all neatly repaired, affecting 1 side note, … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-06-18 06:38:03
I.P.P.L. [Jean-Paul Perrin] translated by Samson Lennard
London: Nathanael Newbery, 1624. Hardcover. Very Good. Small quarto calf rebacked with old spine label laid on and recornered (one corner again worn). Titlepage in red & black + [12]pp prelims +66pp +[2]pp omitted earlier +144pp +143pp +103pp. Titlepage with professional repair to three corners & next page and last page with similar repairs. Second book with one page of old hand written notes interpolated. New endpapers but retaining a blank before the title and bookplate of Earls of Dacre. A few ink corrections and two ink spots but only about 6 pages are affected. A neat copy in original binding with later repairs.
Bookseller: Abbey Antiquarian Books [Blockley, GLOS, United Kingdom]
2012-06-14 21:20:05
Georg Wilhelm. Kurfürst von Brandenburg
Königsberg, 15. Mai 1624. 41 x 55 cm. 1 Seiten mit kalligraphisch hervorgehobener Anfangszeile, Faltspuren - Dem Amtsschreiber Caspar Reinwaldt zu Labiau werden "auf sein vorhergehend unterthänigstes Suppliciren" zwei Hufen Land "zwischen der Deime und bey der Reikeninker Grentzen im Ambt Labiau gelegen, von welchem wir bißher keinen Nutzen gehabt, verkaufft ... dero gestalt, daß er unß dort jede Hube (Hufe) einhundert (100) Marck und so vor beide Huben (Hufen) zweyhundert (200) Marck kaufft und mit bahrem Gelde ... Michaelis jetzt lauffenden Jahres ... zahlen und erlegen, auch ferner im Jahr auf Martini von jeder Huben (Hufen) drey Marck erblichen Zinsen ... der erste Zinß auffs künftige 1625. Jahr zum erstenmahl ..." Erwähnt werden auch Reinhardts Wohnhaus zu Reikeninken, "welches seine Vorfahren Anno 1597 erbauet" sowie im Jahr 1614 gekaufte Häuser und "eine Wiese an der Deime, die sein Vorfahr Paul Pärner(?) vom Achatio Mordtbier mit Consens der damaligen Beambten zu Labiau Anno 1589 auch sich erkauft ..." Frühes Dokument zur Besiedlung und Urbarmachung des Großen Moosbruchs. Insgesamt gut lesbare Urkunde; etwas fleckig und in den Falzen kurze Risse bis ca. 2 cm; Verlust einzelner Buchstaben und Worte durch Abrieb; das Siegel wurde entfernt -
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2012-05-27 20:35:48
BRUNE, Johannes; Brune, Johannes de; VENNE, Adriae
1624. BRUNE, Johannes de. Emblemata of Zinnewerk. [10], 360 pp. Illustrated with an engraved title-page and 51 half-page copperplate engravings by Willem de Passe and others after Adriaen van der Venne. Amsterdam: [Printed by Hans vander Hellen, Middleburgh, for] J.E. Cloppenburgh, 1624. BOUND WITH: VENNE, Adriaen Pietersz van de. Tafereel van de Belacchende Werelt, en des self geluckige Eeuwe, Goet Rondt, met by-gevoegde Raedel-Spreucken, aengevvesen in de Boer-Achtige Eenvoudigheyt, op de Haegsche Kermis. [14], 280 pp. Engraved title, woodcut vignette to letterpress title, 1 woodcut headpiece, 12 half-page engraved illustrations by Daniel van Bremden, Pieter de Jode the Younger, Pieter Serwouters, and others, all after van de Venne. Small 4to., 220 x 167 mm, bound in near-contemporary Dutch vellum, spine lettered in MS. The Hague: voor den autheur, 1635. |~||~||~||~| Ad. 1: First Edition of Brune's Emblemata, described by Porteman as: "one of the most splendid emblem books ever produced... As a source of information on seventeenth-century life these prints are indispensable. More than a third depicts interiors, sleeping quarters, cellars, etc. Others represent gardens, streets, city and seascapes. Some of them were drawn after the life, and the localities depicted have been identified by specialists" (Porteman). The engraved title-page and fifty-one copperplates, here engraved by C. Le Blon, J. Gelle, A. Poel, W. de Passe, and J.G. Swelinck after designs by A. van de Venne, are truly "of outstanding quality" (Landwehr). The engravings appear in fine impressions in this co … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-05-12 10:53:32
PAPON Jehan (1505-1590) ( V. CL. JOANNE PAPONIO)
1624reliure janséniste d'époque en vélin ivoire (jansenist's binding full vellum) à rabat (with reduction)in-folio, titre manuscrit sur le dos à l'encre brune (handwritten title on the spine), plats muets (cover without text), tranches lisses (smooth edges), gouttière rognée (smooth fore-edge), ex-libris (book-plate), sans illustration (no illustration) excepté une grande gravure sur bois (engraving-wood) en noir représentant une couronne en partie basse de la page de titre (engraved title page) et des superbes bandeaux et lettrines ornées (and illuminated of headpieces and dropped initials) en noir, 766 pages + l'Index, 1624 Coloniae Allobrogum Sumptibus samuelis Crispini Editeur,Texte en latin . Célèbre jurisconsulte forézien : Jehan Papon (1500-1590), Jean Papon conseiller du Roy & lieutenant general au bailliage de Forez.... et maître des requêtes de la reine CATHERINE DE MEDICIS............superbe édition en très bel état (fine condition).
Bookseller: Librairie Guimard [France, Nantes]
2012-05-07 20:28:54
ORTELIUS, Abraham
Antwerp: Abraham Ortelius, 1624. unbound. very good(+). Map. Uncolored engraving. Image measures 13 7/8" x 19". Beautifully printed map of the ancient world showing Europe, the Mediterranean, northern Africa and Asia Minor. Includes an inset of the modern world and two ornate cartouches. Based on biblical sources, this map was published in "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum". Latin text on verso. Very small scattered foxing, small tears to top edge. Otherwise in excellent condition with full original margins.
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2012-04-28 07:04:02
Roma, Angelo Ruffineli, 1624,. Bucblock ohne Decken, unpg.[57 ff.], 2°. Einband etwas berieben u. auf Seitneränder gering eingerissen u. leicht esleohrig. Seiten stellenweise auch gering wasserfleckig. Titelblatt auf unterem Rand teilweise abgeschnitten. Handschriftliche Bleistiftanmerkungen auf Vorsatz. Ansonst unbeschädigtes u. frisches Exemplar. Sehr selten. Sehr gut erhalten. * Our books are stored in our warehouse, not in the shop. Please notify beforehand, if you want to visit us and see a specific book. Unser ZVAB-Bücher-Bestand befindet sich in unserem Lager am Stadtrand Prags, nicht in unserem Geschäft. Bitte, teilen Sie uns vorher mit wenn Sie uns besuchen möchten und bestimmtes Buch auswählen wollten *.
Bookseller: Antikvariát Valentinská
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2012-04-27 23:55:44
Fletcher, Alexander
George Virtue; London; 1624 pages.; VG; no date - Two massive small folio volumes, each fully 15" tall and 4" thick. _____ Bound in full leather with marbled endpapers, all-edges-gilt. _____ Weighing nearly 30 pounds, the hinges have typically started to split. _____ Undated, but probably 1880s-90s. _____ Volume I is Genesis through Job._____Volume II is Psalms through Malachi and the entire New Testament. _____ Pages are arranged with text in two columns with cross references in between._____ At the bottom of each page are alternate readings and reflections. _____ Illustrated throughout with numerous full page engravings. _____ Frequent foxing to the illustration stock. _____ ._____ HEAVY_29_lb.__SET___WILL REQUIRE EXTRA POSTAGE [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Watermark West Rare Books
2012-03-09 12:52:07
Camerarius, Ludwig].
Ohne Ort, ohne Drucker, 1624. 4 Bl. (letztes weiß), 111 S. 4°. Halbleinwand um 1900. Teil des sogenannten Kanzleienstreits, Camerarius (1573-1651) war Leiter der pfälzischen Exilregierung. - Gebräunt (Titel und letztes Blatt stärker), Innengelenke gelockert, vorderer Vorsatz nahezu lose. Einband etwas berieben. Mit Exlibris und kleinem Namensstempel des Germanisten Rudolf Wolkan (1860-1927). *VD 17 14:002719D. Hohenemser, Discursus politici, 91. Koser, Der Kanzleienstreit, 38. [3 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Christian Strobel (VDA/ILAB) [Irsee, Germany]
2012-03-07 10:03:05
LUCIANUS SAMOSATENSIS:
Dillingen, Rem für das Jesuitenkolleg, 1624. 1 Bl., 539 (recte 544) SS., 1 Bl., Verlegermarke auf dem Titel Innengelenke brüchig, Vorsätze mit Wurmspuren (auch Titel und folgendes Blatt mit kleiner Spur), leicht gebräunt und nur wenig fleckig. Titel mit Besitzvermerk des Franziskanerklosters Hechingen, Schweiger I, 194. Hoffmann III, 34, Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1000 Flexibles Pergament der Zeit unter Verwendung eines spätmittelalterlichen Manuskripts, zwei Schließbänder (zwei davon abgerissen), 12°
Bookseller: Antiquariat Werner Steinbeiß [München, Germany]
2012-02-29 13:48:25
MARNIX, JEAN DE,
Rouen, Jacques Cailloüé, 1624. Small 8vo. (XII)+467 pp. With engr. title vignet & later inserted orig. grey water-colour portrait on verso of 1st blank, facing title-page). Hardcover. Contemp. vellum over limp boards, with inked title on spine. Good. (Vellum a bit creased/wrinkled/stained; top margin of last text page chipped with loss of a few letters).Classical antiquity ancient history Politics, political history. Europe general France Roman Empire marnix, jean de
Bookseller: Charbo's Antiquariaat [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2012-02-18 22:22:17
NARBONA, Eugenio.
Toledo, Iuan Ruyz de Pereda, 1624.. FIRST and ONLY EDITION. 4°, contemporary limp vellum (small hole in spine, lacks ties), vertical manuscript lettering on spine. Title within double rule border, each page within single rule border. Woodcut initials. Light dampstaining and very light toning to a few leaves, otherwise crisp and clean. In fine condition. Signature of D. Manuel de Menezes, dated 1626, on title-page. Stamp of the Casa de Cadaval on title-page and Pp2v, stamp and label on front flyleaf. (6 ll.), 150 ll. *** FIRST EDITION; its next appearance was in the anthology Obras clásicas para la historica de Toledo, 1998. The subject was born in Talavera de la Reina, 1328, and died in Toledo, 18 May 1399. His Gallego family was living in Toledo, with strong economic interests in the region of Talavera. D. Pedro Tenorio began his ecclesiastical career as archdeacon in Toro, then becoming a canon in Zamora. After taking the side of the Trastamaras in the Castilian civil war he was forced into exile in France and Italy, but made good use of this time, studying canon law at Rome, and consolidating his position within the Church. He returned to Castile at the time of the establishment of the papacy in Avignon, participating in the battle of Nájera, where his brother lost his life and he was captured. Released seven months later, in 1371 he was appointed bishop and sent to the diocese of Coimbra. Against the views of Enrique II, Pope Gregory XI appointed him archbishop of Toledo. There he began a comprehensive reform of the ecclesiastical courts until finally Juan I brought … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Richard C. Ramer Old and Rare Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2012-02-06 12:27:42
MONTEMAYOR, George de
Pedro Craesbeck, Lisboa 1624 - 8 h. inc. portada, 687 pp. Holandesa del XIX, lomo con nervios y adornos dorados. Rara edición de la célebre novela pastoril del músico portugués, que siempre escribió en castellano. "La Diana ha influido en la Literatura moderna más que ninguna otra novela pastoril, más que la misma Arcadia de Sannazaro, más que Dafnis y Cloe. Es una de las pocas novelas pastoriles, que pueden leerse integras, no solo sin fatiga, sino con verdadero deleite" - Menéndez Pelayo. Ejemplar algo corto de margen superior, portada con alguna mancha y anotacion manuscrita. Mancha de humedad en el margen inferior de las pp. 225 a 240. Palau 177970.
Bookseller: Delirium Books · Susana Bardón
2012-01-20 11:20:34
Tirolensia]. - Brixen.
[Brixen], 30. IX. 1624. 278:450 mm. Mit Holzkapsel am Pergamentstreifen. Lehensrevers des Martin Helbm, Bürger von Brixen, auf Christoph Recordin von Neun über Baurechte eines Ackers im Gericht Salern.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2012-01-20 11:20:34
Tirolensia]. - Brixen.
[Brixen], 30. IX. 1624. 235:562 mm. Mit Holzkapsel am Pergamentstreifen. Lehensrevers des Martin Helbm, Bürger von Brixen, auf das Hofamt Brixen über Baurechte eines Obstgartens im Gericht Salern.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2012-01-13 12:19:33
Menochio Giacomo
apud Ioan. Antonium de Franciscis, Venetiis, 1624. In-folio (312x220mm), pp. (120), 1008, solida legatura dei primi decenni del XUX secolo in m. pergamena e angoi con titolo in oro su tassello in pelle al dorso. Sguardie azzurre. Impresa tipografica incisa su legno con figura allegorica femminile entro cornice istoriata. Capilettera istoriati, testo su due colonne. Alcuni errori editoriali di numerazione. Alcuni aloni marginali, normali e leggere fioriture. Bell'esemplare. Rara impressione secentesca veneziana, ampliata e riveduta rispetto alle precedenti, di queste scritture giuridiche del Menochio. Si trovano nell'opera numerosi riferimenti agli statuti di alcune città del Nord e del Centro Italia: Brescia, Bologna, Ferrara, Milano, Pavia, Padova, Verona. Il Menochio (Pavia. 1532-ivi, 1607), giureconsulto, fu lettore all'Università di Padova, di Pisa e di Pavia e fu chiamato ad insegnare a Mondovì nel 1561 da Emanuele Filiberto; dal 1594 fu Presidente del Magistrato Straordinario di Milano e Regio Consigliere. Cfr. Ermini, n. 507-508 (edizione del 1583). Sapori, I, n. 1884-1899 (altre edizioni).
Bookseller: Gilibert Libreria Antiquaria (ILAB-LILA) [Torino, ><, Italy]
2011-11-28 18:04:53
OSWALDI CROLLII (Oswald Crollius).
Genève, Apud Ioannem Celerium, 1624, 1 volume de 11x16 cm environ, xix ff., 364 pp., ii ff., xxvii ff. (index), vii ff., 92 pp., xvii ff., (1) ff., reliure plein vélin crème d'époque, couverture muette. Manque 1 page de titre et léger manque de papier p. 14, parchemin en parti décollé sur le dos, avec déchirure sans manque, rousseurs, des pages cornées, des erreurs de pagination mais le texte est complet. Croll (1560-1608) fait partie des premiers disciples de Paracelse. Crollius cherchait à établir que Dieu et la nature ont en quelque sorte signé tous leurs ouvrages, et que tous les produits d'une force quelconque de la nature portent, pour ainsi dire, l'estampille de cette force imprimée en caractères indélébiles, en sorte que l'initié aux écritures occultes puisse lire à livre ouvert les sympathies et les antipathies des choses, les propriétés des substances et tous les autres secrets de la création. Merci de nous contacter à l'avance si vous souhaitez consulter une référence au sein de notre librairie.
Bookseller: Librairie Diogène SARL [Lyon, France]
2011-09-24 21:56:51
CASTILLO (Julian del)
Historia de los Reyes Godos que vinieron de la scythia de Europa contra el Imperio Romano; y a España: con sucesión dellos, hasta los Católicos Reyes Don Fernando y Doña Isabel. Por Iulian del Castillo. Proseguida desde su principio con adiciones copiosas de todos tiempos, hasta el del Católico Don Felipe IIII, nuestro señor, Rey de las Españas, y ambos orbes: y añadidas muchas familias ilustres tocantes a la Historia. Por el maestro Fray Gerónimo de Castro y Castillo, hijo del autor, ... .- En Madrid, por Luis Sánchez, Impresor del Rey N. S. Año M. DC. XXIIII (1624); en folio plena pasta de época con lomo cuajado de hierros dorados, 12 hojas de preliminares, 491 páginas (por error reza 461) y vuelta co colofón, y 18 hojas de tables. 3 grabados, uno plegado. Uno de los grabados que representa el escudo de armas de D. Manuel de Fonseca y Zúñiga con amputación de la esquina superior que prácticamente solo afecta al margen blanco. Portada restaurada y reforzada. Algunos defectos en el papel sin afectar al texto. Notas en inta de la época. Palau nº 48144 describe la primera edición de 1582 y esta segunda de la que dice ser la preferida de los estudiosos por ser mas correcta y contener las adiciones de Jerónimo de Castro y Castillo que comienzan en la página 375. Muy raro.
Bookseller: LIBRERIA ANTICUARIA SANZ [MADRID, Spain]
2011-09-05 09:36:38
Monod Pierre
Io. Dominici Tarini, 1624. In-4° (238x180mm), pp. (14), 206, (2), cartonatura coeva alla rustica con titolo manoscritto in antico al dorso. Mancano l'antiporta calcografica disegnata e incisa da W. D. Haen e l'ultima c. bianca. Fregio xilografico al titolo. Testatine, finalini e iniziali ornate incise in xilografia. Testo entro cornice tipografica. Dedica a stampa al Duca Carlo Emanuele di Savoia. Diffusi aloni. Esemplare vissuto. Prima edizione di questa rara opera anonima di storia sabauda, biografia di Amedeo VIII di Savoia (Chambéry, 1383-Thonon-les-Bains, 1451), antipapa dal 1439 al 1449 col nome di Felice V, fondatore dell'Ordine Militare di San Maurizio, poi divenuto l'Ordine Mauriziano. Una seconda edizione apparve a Parigi nel 1626. Il Monod (Bonville, 1586-Miolans, 1644), gesuita, fu confessore di Cristina di Francia e autore di numerose opere storiche. Melzi, I, 44. Cat. Vinciana, 479. Voce "Monod" di Raymond in Michaud, "Biogr. universelle", 397-400: "Cet ouvrage, l'un des meilleurs écrits du P. Monod, a été inséré dans le 17° volume des Annales ecclésiastiques de Baronius". Cfr. Charles E. O'Neill / Joaquín María Domínguez, Diccionario histórico de la compañía de Jesús, 2724-2725. Manca al Manno (che cita altre opere del Monod) e al Lozzi.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Galleria Gilibert [IT]
2011-04-22 03:56:36
1624. in-16 (mm. 200x140), ccnn 8, cb 4, leg. mod. carta muta. Simbolo dell'Arcadia sulla prima carta (simbolo del dio Pan) e la didascalia "custodia vacante". Raro manoscritto pubblicato a soli 4 anni dalla fondazione della celebre Accademia: al fine si legge "[....] l'anno IV dell'Olimpiade DCXXIV ab A. I. Olimp. VIII AN. II della pazzia di Altesibeo Cario la IV Lunazione incomincia". Compaiono i nomi degli Arcadi Cesennio Asunteo (Carlo Doni di Perugia), Brenalio Reteo (G. Francesco Baldini di Brescia), Brineo Rofeatico (abate Michele Giuseppe Morei di Firenze), Eurialo Liceano (Bonaventura Savini di Camerino), Palamone Licurio (Silvio Scampiglia di Roma), e altri. Contiene interessanti notizie sull'attività dell'Accademia, vi sono compresi alcuni brani decisamente antisemiti. L'opera è firmata in calce "Amaranto Sciaditico curatore Reggente del Bosco Paerasio pel Custode filargiromanico" e quindi "Elasgo Crannonio sottocustode" (cioé l'abate Domenico Fabbretti Urbinate). [265]
Bookseller: SCRIPTORIUM Studio Bibliografico [Mantova, MN, Italy]
2010-10-24 14:33:50
LIDDEL, Duncan
Lyon: Antoine Chard, 1624. hardcover. very good. Rubricated title. Title woodcut. 473, 308pp., index. 4to, later calf; worn, hinges cracked, repaired title no loss of text. Lyon: Antoine Chard, 1624. Internally very good (+).First combined edition of Ars Medica (1607) and De Febribus (1610), by the noted Scottish mathematician and physician. The two medical works, a general treatise on medicine and study on fevers, were held in high esteem in his day. Liddel, a professor then rector of the university in Helmstadt "is said to have been the first (in Germany) to teach astronomy of Copernicus and of Tycho Brahe side by side with the Ptolemaic hypothesis". DNB XI 1101. Shaaber L76; not in Wellcome or Waller. NUC lists 3 copies.
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store [US]
2010-08-30 18:43:18
GREEK
1624. ANTHOLOGIA EPIGRAMMATUM GRAECORUM selecta et ab omnium obscaenitate vindicata. Cum Latina interpretatione. Flexiae (La Fleche) apud Ludovicum Hebert Typographum, sub signo Nominis Iesu prope Collegium, 1624. 8vo. [viii] 446[2]pp. Woodcut ornaments and Jesuit device to title. Selected poems and epigrams of the Greek anthology, in Greek and Latin, purged of all indelicacy. Light dampstaining to about half the pages; binding tightly reinforced using thongs and crudely patched early vellum wrappers, with new endpapers. (BL 997.b.3; 3 cc in OCLC). .
Bookseller: Boston Book Company, Inc. ABAA [Boston, MA, U.S.A.]
2010-08-18 08:54:38
Julius Nigronius:
Coloniae Agrippinae (Köln), apud Ioannem Kinchium [Kinchius] 1624 - gestochener Titel, 5 Bll., 842 S., 13 Bll., Bibliotheksexemplar mit Papier-Rückenschild und Stempeln (entwidmet), Einband berieben und beschabt, Kapitale und Kanten bestoßen, Kapitale mit Einriß und kleinen Fehlstellen, Titelblatt mit handschriftlichen Anmerkungen in Tinte von alter Hand, Papier altersbedingt gebräunt, ansonsten gut erhaltenes Exemplar, in lateinischer Sprache, / contemporary leather binding, binding rubbed and bumped, title page with some annotations, paper browned, otherwise fine, text in Latin, la Gewicht in Gramm: 1800 Gr.-8°, Ganzledereinband der Zeit auf fünf Bünden, [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Hagena & Schulte GbR [Germany]
2010-08-04 18:25:30
ORTELIUS, Abraham
Ortelius, Abraham, Antwerp 1624 - Beautifully engraved map of ancient France, including geographical features. From "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum", first edition, third state after 1624. No text on back. Map based on notes by Caesar. Includes list of tribes and their notable members after Caesar's writing) on the left and right. Slight crease in paper to left of centerfold and minor staining in margins. Map. Uncolored engraving. Image measures 14.25" x 18.25".
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB
2010-04-17 17:11:03
Apuleius [Apvleivs]
Holland: Amsterodami : Apud Guilj. Caesium, 1624. Amsterodami : Apud Guilj. Caesium, Holland, 1624. First Edition. Hardcover. Good/No Jacket. IN LATIN. Engraved Title page, [5] Vita Apuleii; [4] Fulgentivs Mythologicon Lib III De Pfyche; [1] Ordo Librorum Apuleii; 384 pages, size 4.5 inches tall by 2.25 inches. Book - bound in grubby cream vellum with title inked to spine - Bookplate of the long dispersed 'United Presbyterian Library Brown-Lindsay Library' to front paste down/end paper, grubby/marked end papers, all page edges trimmed and coloured red now much faded. Contents collated and confirmed complete, clean, bright and tightly bound. A remarkably copy of this important work. Digital photos rather than scans available as flattening to scanning would risk damaging the binding. Text is in Latin. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 200 grams. Category: Antiquarian & Rare; Languages & Linguistics; Latin Language; Language & Linguistics. Main Picture: Book, Title Page, Former Owner's Label, Inscription. Picture 2: Title Page. Picture 3: Title Page Detail. Picture 4: Previous Owner's Label 'United Presbyterian College - Brown Lindsay Library'. Picture 5: Inscription. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 003315.. This book is lighter than the average upon which international charges are based and so will be sent Airmail as standard.
Bookseller: John T. & Pearl Lewis [Cornwall, United Kingdom]
2010-04-15 07:36:19
ORTELIUS, Abraham
Antwerp: Ortelius, Abraham, 1624. unbound. very good. Map. Uncolored engraving. Image measures 14.25" x 18.25". Beautifully engraved map of ancient France, including geographical features. From "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum", first edition, third state after 1624. No text on back. Map based on notes by Caesar. Includes list of tribes and their notable members after Caesar's writing) on the left and right. Slight crease in paper to left of centerfold and minor staining in margins.
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2010-03-21 21:53:10
Sossius, Gulielmus
Paris, Avroy, 1624.. (...Tableau des vertus royales, des moyens d'empescher la domination de l'estranger en France, & de conserver les subiets naturels ). ( In französischer Sprache ). Mit Titelkupfer und einigen gestochenen Vignetten, 7 n.n. Blättern, 528 Seiten, Pergamentband der Zeit mit Resten von Schließenbändern, Klein8° ( 14,5 x 8,5 cm ). Das Titelkupfer zeigt Heinrich den Großen hoch zu Roß ( nach Grain Polong? ). Einband stark fleckig, berieben, Ecken und Kanten bestoßen, Schließenbänder fehlen, Einbandkanten beschädigt sowie mit Resten alter Bibliotheksmarken. Innen handschriftliche Vermerke von alter Hand auf vorderem Innendeckel " Ex Bibliotheca Ioannis Vitia Würtzburg ", Titelblatt wie auch Titelkupfer etwas zu den Rändern beschädigt, Seiten teils gering fleckig, Seiten teils eselsohrig oder angeknickt, Seite 459 mit Einriß und Eckabriß unten. - selten - ( Gewicht 260 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available ).
Bookseller: Buchhandlung & Antiquariat Friederichsen
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2010-03-17 18:08:46
Mattei Pietro
1624. cm. 22x16, pp. 717+continuazione di ca. 300 pp.. Rilegato in pergamena, presenta il testo in caratteri italici, con le note in margine interno e i riferimenti agli argomenti trattati sul margine esterno. La carta si presenta generalmente in bs., con tracce di umidità , la rilegatura è molto dann. al dorso, con mancanze sia nella parte sup. che in quella inf.; i piatti presentano lacerazioni ai bordi. Si narrano le vicende politiche occorse durante il regno di Enrico IV, in sette libri tradotti da Alessandro Senesio, bolognese; nella continuazione si narra dell'incoronazione della Regina e della morte del Re -
Bookseller: Ferraguti Libreria e rivisteria [IT]
2010-03-08 21:47:57
THEOBALD, Zacharias.
Titles printed in red and black. With 13 engr. portraits (of 17) by Johann Conrad Klüpfel, and 1 folding table. 2 leaves introd. (incplt.), 322 pp.; 1 leaf, 228 pp., 179, (1) pp., 4 leaves index. 4to. Contemp. vellum with ms. title on spine. Nuremberg, Simon Halbmayer, 1624 (part I), and 1621 (parts II-III). (Bound with:) CONFESSIO BOHEMICA EVANGELICA. Titel printed in red and black. 107 pp., (5) pp. index and colophon. 4to. Nuremberg, Simon Halbmayer, 1621. Much enlarged edition of this comprehensive history in German of the Hussite Wars until the entree of Sigismund in 1436, including the life of Johannes Huss (1373-1415) written in the early 16th century from a Protestant point of view, as opposed to Cochlaeus, by Zacharias Theobald, minister at Krathofen (died in 1627). His work was composed with the general public in mind and was indeed very popular in Germany at a time when common interests brought about close relationships between Bohemian and German Protestants. Part IV is the German edition of the Czechian "Confessio Bohemica Evangelica", together with the exposition of the Church Order and the Organization of The Prague Consistory. The portraits in the third and last part are often lacking, show Huss, Zischka, Wicliff, Hieronymus of Prague, Pope John XXIII, Bohemian and Hungarian rulers, etc. - Browned in places, lacking 1 leaf of the preface and portraits no. 5-6, 8, and 12.- A nice copy. - Graesse VI/2, 113; Paisey T273; ADB XXXVII, 682; Thieme/Becker XX, 552; Wegele 377; USTC 2084806; 2071028;2058015; VD17 3:004787T (Confessio 12:189706H). REFORMATION ; BIBELN, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schumann [CH]
2010-02-13 18:11:08
Camerarius, Philipp
Frankfurt: Typis Egenolphi Emmelii, Impensis Petri Kopffii, 1624. 4to. 3 volumes bound in 1. 474, (58); (24), 391, (53); (38), 379, (31)pp. Each volume with an index. All titles within a fine copper engraved border. [Note: the first title is defective-the copper engraved border has been cut out and laid down and the text is supplied in manuscript type facsimile]. Cont. vellum. Title and the next four leaves re-margined at fore-edge (no loss of text). An early reprint edition of this popular historical collection of over 300 tracts on many curious subjects. The indices make this work quite useful. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Kenneth Karmiole, Bookseller, Inc. ABAA [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2010-01-19 18:17:37
Tasso Torquato (1544-1595)
Pier Paolo Tozzi, 1624. Used. E' chiaramente stampato nel frontespizio "soltanto" la parola GERUSALEMME. All'epoca Il Tasso era scomparso da pochissimi anni e il completamento del titolo GERUSALEMME LIBERATA venne adottato dopo. cm. 4,8 x 9,5, Brossura rilegatura recente cartonata, pp.559. Lingua italiana. Codice ICCU LO1E/000682 . Risulta presente soltanto in una sola biblioteca italiana. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Ferraguti service s.a.s. - Rivisteria [Parma, PARMA, Italy]
2009-06-01 23:18:29
[Siege of Breda]:
Madrid: Juan Delgado, 1624.. [4]pp. In Spanish. Small folio. Dbd. Early folds. Contemporary numerical inscriptions in upper margin of first page. Chips, measuring up to 2 x 1 inches, in outer margins, not affecting text; tears, with some loss at gutter, and slight loss to text, along folds; all loss repaired in silk. Faint dampstaining. Good. Rare Spanish newsletter printing of a letter reporting on Spanish battles in the Low Countries in the fall of 1624, during the Thirty Years' War. The author writes primarily of the Spanish efforts against Count Maurice of Nassau, who had steered the Dutch Revolt to success in the 1590s. In August 1624, the Spanish, led by Ambrosio Spinola, laid siege to the fortified city of Breda, which fell the following year - an event immortalized by Velázquez's famous painting "Las Lanzas." Maurice died in 1625 with the siege still underway. The letter is signed, perhaps pseudonymously, "Rodrigo de Lara," in Antwerp, October 20, 1624. Palau locates one copy at the National Library in Madrid; OCLC locates no copies. Very rare. PALAU 131562.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
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2009-05-27 05:17:18
[Vázquez de Leca, Mateo, and Bernardo de Toro]:
Madrid. [1624].. [4]pp. In Spanish. Woodcut illustration of the Virgin Mary and decorative initial on first page. Small folio. Dbd. Contemporary ink inscriptions in margins of second page. Early folds. Separated at center fold. A few small stains in upper margin of first leaf, not affecting text; very faint dampstains. Else very good. Two letters from Rome, signed in print by the Archdeacon of Carmona, Mateo Vázquez de Leca, and the Spanish composer and Franciscan priest, Bernardo de Toro, regarding the founding of a military religious order devoted to the Immaculate Conception of Mary. Writing from Rome in February 1624, the two had recently arrived from Seville, a major base of support for the doctrine of the Immaculate Conception, the belief that the Virgin Mary was conceived without original sin. While the Church had implicitly endorsed the doctrine with the establishment of its feast day in 1476, the belief was not ruled dogma until 1854. Before that time, a healthy debate reigned among both theologians and popular believers, and the Franciscans and general populace of Seville were well known for their fierce advocacy of the doctrine. Bernardo de Toro (1570-1643) and Mateo Vázquez de Leca (1563-1649) contributed substantially to the cultural aspects of the Sevillan movement, with the former setting popular verses on the subject to music and the latter supporting devotional painters and the famous Seises dancers with generous funds. Toro and Vázquez are still remembered as Baroque-era Seville's two greatest champions of the Immaculate Conception, a reputation they began … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
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2009-03-15 00:13:00
MONTE MAYOR, George de [i.e., Jorge de MONTEMAYOR, or MONTEMÔR], and [Alonso Perez].
Lisbon, Por Pedro Craesbeeck Impressor de su Magestad, 1624. 8°, early to mid-twentieth-century antique speckled sheep, spine richly gilt with raised bands in six compartments, burgundy morocco lettering piece, gilt letter, marbled endleaves, text-block edges rouged. Title page with ruled border and typographical vignette. Typographical headpiece. Small woodcut initials. Divisional title page for the second part on p. [361] with woodcut arms. A few headings slightly shaved; other minor defects. In good to very good condition. Contemporary signature of Paulo Correa on verso of title page. [8 ll.], 687 pp. *** First Portuguese Edition. The Portuguese author was born at Montemôr-o-Velho, near Coimbra (ca. 1520?). He spent a good part of his adult life in Spain, returning only briefly to Portugal, and was either assassinated or killed in a duel in Turin, 1561. His Diana was the first Spanish pastoral novel. It is one of those works, and he is one of those authors, which can be said to belong to Portuguese as well as to Spanish literature. The Diana, moreover, was "the starting-point of a universal literary fashion" - Encyclopedia Britannica (11th ed.), XVIII, 766. Menendez y Pelayo declared that "it exercised a greater influence on modern literature than any other pastoral romance, even the Arcadia and Daphnis and Chloe." The Diana was one of the great international best sellers of the Golden Age, appearing in numerous editions, and eliciting two significant sequels, by Alonso Pérez and Gaspar Gil Polo, sometimes reprinted together with the original (as in the present edition, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Richard C. Ramer Old and Rare Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2009-03-06 01:11:46
Vázquez de Leca, Mateo, and Bernardo de Toro]:
Madrid. []. 1624 - [4]pp. In Spanish. Woodcut illustration of the Virgin Mary and decorative initial on first page. Small folio. Dbd. Contemporary ink inscriptions in margins of second page. Early folds. Separated at center fold. A few small stains in upper margin of first leaf, not affecting text; very faint dampstains; else very good. Two letters from Rome, signed in print by the Archdeadon of Carmona, Mateo Vázquez de Leca, and the Spanish composer and Franciscan priest, Bernardo de Toro, regarding the founding of a military religious order devoted to the Immaculate Conception of Mary. Writing from Rome in February 1624, the two had recently arrived from Seville, a major base of support for the doctrine of the Immaculate Conception, the belief that the Virgin Mary was conceived without original sin. While the Church had implicitly endorsed the doctrine with the establishment of its feast day in 1476, the belief was not ruled dogma until 1854. Before that time, a healthy debate reigned among both theologians and popular believers, and the Franciscans and general populace of Seville were well known for their fierce advocacy of the doctrine. Bernardo de Toro (1570-1643) and Mateo Vázquez de Leca (1563-1649), contributed substantially to the cultural aspects of the Sevillan movement, with the former setting popular verses on the subject to music and the latter supporting devotional painters and the famous Seises dancers with generous funds. Toro and Vázquez are still remembered as Baroque-era Seville's two greatest champions of the Immaculate Conception, a reputation they be … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
2009-03-05 03:19:32
Bauhin, Caspar
Basel, Switzerland: Ludovici Regis, 1624. Book. Very good condition. Hardcover. Early edition. Octavo (8vo). [xxiv], 294 pages of text, [ix] including an index and errata. First published in 1613. Apparently an unrecorded printing; known printings listed include 1625. Full vellum binding with minor soiling. Small 8vo (6.3 inches/161mm). Illustrated by several in-text woodcuts. Moderate browning to pages; minimal foxing. Previous owner's name (Bilharz) neatly on title page; bookplate on front paste-down endpaper..
Bookseller: Kurt Gippert Bookseller ABAA [Chicago, IL, U.S.A.]
2008-12-03 20:35:19
FABRIS, SALVATOR. - [FENCING - "THE MOST COMPLETE WORK PRODUCED IN THIS ART"]
Padoua (Padua), per Pietro Paolo Tozzi, 1624. Folio. Bound in a solid, nice, later full vellum bdg. (ca. 1900) made from cont. vellum. A very nice and clean copy w. occational brownspotting. Portrait and f. 5 evenly browned. F. H1 w. two small tears at top, one affecting text, but without loss. Woodcut title-vignette, full-page engr. portrait of the Danish King Christian IV, engr. portrait of Fabris (Nic. Andrea after Melchior Lorck) on t-p. of second part, 190 large half-page engravings (ca. 15x18 cm.) depicting naked fencers in various positions (engr. by Holbeeck and Francesco Valeggio). 3 ff., 256, 2 pp.. Title issue of the first 1606 edition. This edition is on the title-page called "Seconda editione", but in reality the only difference between the two editions is the title-page and the dedication, the rest of the book is the first edition printed in Copenhagen by Henrik Waldkirch in 1606. When Fabris returned from Copenhagen to Padua, he brought the unsold copies of his "De lo schermo o vero scienza d'arme" with him and had Tozzo print a new title-page and an updated dedication, the rest of the leaves, i.e. the engravings and the text on fencing, are first printings. On p. 256 a woodcut vignette is pasted over the original colophon in order to disguise the original Danish printer. This is one of the most important books ever printed on combats with rapier and dagger. Chs. Richard Cammell calls it "the most complete work produced in this art" ("Philobiblon", 1936). It is also the first book with copper-engravings to be printed in Denmark. "Fabris divides his work into … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn A/S
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