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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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