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2020-07-13 19:37:05
BRIGGS, Henry
[London,: William Stanley for Henrie Featherstone,, 1625. conteyning Newfoundland, New England, Virginia, Florida, New Spaine and Nova Francia, with ye rich Iles of Hispaniola, Cuba, Jamaica and Porto Rieco on the south and upon ye west the large and goodly island of California. The bonds of it are the Atlantick Ocean on ye South and East sides ye south sea on ye west side and on ye North Fretum Hudson and Buttons baye a faire entrance to ye nearest and most temperate passage to Japan & China. 1625-1626]. Double-page engraved map. This map was published in Samuel Purchas’s ‘Purchas his Pilgrimes’, 1625, in Book IV to illustrate “English Northerne Navigations, and Discoveries, Relations of Greeneland, Groenland, The North-West Passage, and other Arctike Regions, with later Russian Occurrents”, and is best known for being the progenitor of the myth of California as an island. Since it may have been published as early as 1622, it is also proposed as the first map to name “Hudsons bay”, “Fretum Hudson”, “Hudsons R”, “Cape Cod”, and “De la war bay” (Burden). ‘Purchas his Pilgrimes’ was a great geographical collection and a continuation and enlargement of Hakluyt’s ‘The Principal Navigations’. When Hakluyt died he left a large collection of voyages in manuscript which came into the hands of Purchas, who added to them many more voyages and travels. As an editor and compiler, Purchas sought to interest the general public of his day in the dramatic geographical discoveries that had taken place with remarkable rapidity over the previous 140 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books [United Kingdom]
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2020-07-07 17:59:40
Adriaen Collaert
Amsterdam: C. J. Visscher. c.1625 ADRIAEN COLLAERT 'Avium Vivae Icones' Birds 18 Hand Colour Plates RARE c.1625 ADRIAEN COLLAERT 'Avium Vivae Icones' Birds 18 Hand Colour Plates RARE Description Selling without title page: [Avium Vivae Icones​] by Adriaen Collaert. [Amsterdam. 1625. C.J. Visscher.] Size: Leaves - 19.7cm by 29.5cm Plate - 19cm by 13cm Pages: 18 hand colour plates. Pages incomplete; lacking title page. Condition notes: Hardback binding covered in marbled paper with printed spine label. Pages with later endpapers and 18 hand colour plates, two of which have been tipped in. Some age toning and the odd mark/spot here and there, mostly marginal, otherwise plates are generally very clean as shown. Please take a good look at the pictures as these will enable you to evaluate the condition. Postage: UK FREE, Europe £12.55, Rest of world £17.35. All non-UK items will be sent tracked and tracking information will be provided. We will combine shipping when you buy more than one item. Please wait for invoice with updated shipping cost. Examples of bulk shipping rates: 5kg : to Germany £13, to the USA £38, to China £55. Anything you are not 100% happy with can be returned for full refund. Please message through Ebay if you need further information. Thank you! Click images to enlarge Payment We accept PayPal, bank transfers and cheques. Shipping Please provide a home or office address. Items over 2kg cannot be sent to a PO Box. Items which sell for more than £30 will be sent tracked and tracking information will be provided. We will combine postage where possible. Please t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: bookfolly [south coast, United Kingdom]
2020-07-07 07:55:54
Sleidanus, Johannes
Straßburg: von der Heyden, 1625. Johannes Sleidanus: Joan. Sleidani Veri Et Ad Nostra tempora usque continuati, Das ist/ Warhafftige Beschreibung allerley fürnem[m]er Händel und Geschichten/ so sich in Glaubens und andern Weltlichen Sachen/ bey Regierung der ... KeyserenCaroli V. Ferdinandi I. Maximiliani II. Rudolphi II. Und Matthiae I. ... So wol inn- als ausserhalb deß H. Röm. Reichs Teutscher Nation/ biß auff daß 1620. Jahr nach Christi Geburt/ begeben und zugetragen Autor/en: Johannes Sleidanus Titel: Joan. Sleidani Veri Et Ad Nostra tempora usque continuati, Das ist/ Warhafftige Beschreibung allerley fürnem[m]er Händel und Geschichten/ so sich in Glaubens und andern Weltlichen Sachen/ bey Regierung der ... KeyserenCaroli V. Ferdinandi I. Maximiliani II. Rudolphi II. Und Matthiae I. ... So wol inn- als ausserhalb deß H. Röm. Reichs Teutscher Nation/ biß auff daß 1620. Jahr nach Christi Geburt/ begeben und zugetragen Verlag: von der Heyden Ort: Straßburg Jahr: 1625 Einband: Blindgepregtes Schweinsleder der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit Schließen. Zustand: Der Artikel befindet sich in einem sehr guten Zustand. Seitenzahl: 824, 396, 386, 1612, 604 Spalten Format: 2° Bilder/Abb.: Titel- und Portaitkupfer. Mit in Kupfer gest. Titelbordüren Bemerkung: Andere und umb viel mehr verbesserte Edition / Durch M. Oseam Schadaeum ... / Wie dieselbige anfänglich von weyland Herren Johanne Sleidano In Lateinischer Sprach verfertiget/ und hernach verteutscht worden: Jetzmals aber mit dem rechten Lateinischen Original Conferirt und verbessert/ ... auch biß auff unsere Zeit auß vielen fürtre … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bücherwurm (antiquariat_buecherwurm_kiel) [Knooper Weg 144, Kiel, Germany]
2020-07-03 14:02:11
1625. (see English below) TESORI NASCOSTI DELL'ALMA CITTA' DI ROMA Con nuovo ordine ristampati, & in molti Luoghi arricchiti DA OTTAVIO PANCIROLI Canonico nella Cattedrale di Reggio Sua Patria .............. IN ROMA, appresso gli Heredi di Alessandro Zannetti, MDCXXV Con Licenza dè Superiori (1625). Raro. Seconda edizione, la prima del 1600, di questa opera di Ippolito Ottavio Panciroli (Reggio Emilia 1554-1624) morto l'anno prima della pubblicazione così come era morto lo stampatore Alessandro Zannetti e questa edizione fu firmata dai suoi eredi che la dedicano, il 17 gennaio 1625 a Costanza Barberini (nata Costanza Magalotti 1575-1644) cognata di papa Urbano VIII (Maffeo Barberini 1568-1644) eletto papa nel 1623. Costanza, sorella del cardinale Lorenzo Magalotti (1584-1637) aveva sposato Carlo Barberini (1562-1630), Luogotente Generale dell'esercito pontificio, fratello di Urbano VIII. Contiene alla fine l'Indice delle Chiese, Indice delle Relique de' Santi e Indice delle Feste et Indulgenze Plenarie, et Perpetue. Gli eredi Zannetti stamparono anche la stessa edizione con la scritta: ": ad instanza di Fabritio Dauid in Parione all'insegna del Popolo, Roma 1625" che ha lo stemma SPQR come marchio tipografico. Titolo da mano antica al dorso. Legatura in pergamena coeva senza i fogli di guardia bianchi. Qualche capolettera e finalino.+ Uno strano buchetto, forse difetto della carta, al centro delle pagine 257/258, difficile da vedere (foto) fa mancare un paio di lettere. Ingiallimento delle pagine e aloni che non danneggiano nulla. Scritte a matita al contro piatto anteriore … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: grandetoile [roma, RM, Italy]
2020-07-03 08:14:02
SCHNURR VON LENDSIDEL, Balthasar
Franckfurt, Eifrid, 1625. Uffs new jetzo verbessert, vermehrt, und mit einem nutzlichen Register gezieret. 8. 4 Bll., 794 SS., 14 (st. 15) Bll. Einband d. Zt. unter Verwendung eines Manuskript. d. 15. Jhdts., 4 Bindebänder aus Leder. Ohne das le. Registerbl. Der Satzspiegel tlw. stark gebräunt u. stockfl., teilw. auch wasserfl., Titel mit teils getilgten alten Besitzvermerken u. Hinterlegungen. Rücken alt ausgebessert u. spröde, Bindebänder erneuert. Weiss 3463 Duveen 536, Ferchl 482, Jöcher IV, 317, Rosenthal 6897 u. Wolfenb. 1496: Einband fleckig und an den Kanten teils aufgeplatzt, Rücken am Kopf mit ergänzter Fehlstelle. Mit gestochenem Exlibris im Innendeckel, Titel mit altem Stempel. Das Kochbuch ist eine überarbeitete "Küchenmeisterey". SCHNURR, Balthasar (von Lensidel) 1572 - 1644. Von Beruf aus Pfarrer bearbeitete und übersetzte er vorwiegend Schriften und Arbeiten anderer. Sein bekanntestes Werk der Mückenkrieg" von Hans Fuchs d. Aelt. ist eine Übersetzung der Moschea" ein Gedicht aus dem marokkanischen von Teofilo Folengo. Sein Kunst-, Haus- und Wunderbuch gehörte zur der Hausväterliteratur und wurde 1615 zum erstenmal gedruckt. Zwischen 1615 - 1676 erlebte das Buch 12 Auflagen. Dritte Ausgabe des seinerzeit sehr beliebten Hausbuches. Enthält Kapitel zu Kochen, Konfekt, Wein, Essig, Bier, Destillation, Arzneien, Roß-Arzneien, Alchemie, Metalle, Planeten, Farben, Maler-Kunst, Traumdeutung, Feuerwerk u. a. "Absonderliche Kochrezepte wie die gebratene lebendige Gans, einen Capaun ohne Feuer zu kochen, Eier in kaltem Wasser zu sieden oder in der Hand zu braten etc. f … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Kochkunst Bibliothek [Switzerland]
2020-07-02 04:09:04
SCOTLAND, HERALDRY.
Scotland?: 17th c., after, 1625. Scotland?: 17th c., after 1625. UNPUBLISHED MANUSCRIPT. Folio: Manuscript consisting of 107 full-page Scottish coats-of-arms, each hand-painted over an underlying generic engraved template. The bare-bones template has minimal detail (helm with mantling, outline of a blank shield, empty compartment with flourishes) and serves only as a uniform foundation over which elaborate, individualized crests are painted. The first three coats-of-arms are those of royalty, and are painted on leaves without the engraved template.Bound in 18th century reverse calf in fine condition (corners lightly bumped, small chip to foot of spine, a few signs of wear to lower board. The painted lvs. have been interleaved twice, once with lvs. contemporary with the manuscript, and again at the time of rebinding in the 18th century. Both sets of blanks present. The volume is in overall very good condition. Two of the paintings have been smudged (no. 16 in the first sequence, and the unnumbered leaf in the 3rd sequence.) One leaf (no. 2 in 3rd sequence) is torn with loss. There are some early, minor paper repairs (some a bit crude), a few longer clean tears (no loss) and some smaller tears at the head and foot of scattered leaves. The colors are on the whole very fresh. Individual elements (unicorns, squirrels, mermaids, "wild men", and in one instance, beavers and Native Americans) are painted with nuance and in minute detail. Provenance: Bookplate of Thomas Hamilton (1721-1794), 7th Earl of Haddington (Hadinton). The Hadington arms, with the motto "Praesto et presto"(I … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Liber Antiquus [United States]
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2020-06-29 09:35:02
Tabernaemontanus, Jakob Theodor (d. i. Jakob Dietrich von Bergzabern
Frankfurt am Main, Paul Jacobi für Johann Dreutels, 1625. Mit etwa 2400 Holzschnitten im Text, 3 gestochenen Titeln, 642 S., 29 Bll. (Register) 3 Bll., 598 S., 1 Bl., 202 S., 22 Bll. Folio, späterer Halblederband des 19. Jahrhunderts. Gering fleckig, etwas beschnitten, 1. Titel hinterlegt, letzte Seite mit Löchlein, Vorsätze erneuert, Einband bestoßen, Rücken tlw. beschädigt.
Bookseller: HISTORICA Antiquariat Bert Wawrzinek [Germany]
2020-06-26 19:00:03
[New England ] Alexander, William
London, 1625. "Unreasonably dismissed by many, this map is of great importance," according to Philip Burden. The map records, for the first time, the names of the twenty English patentees who had received land in New England at a 1623 meeting of the Council for New England. Prince Edward Island is shown (but not named) for the first time. Some of the place names used reflect Alexander's Scottish interests -- "New Scotland" would stick for Nova Scotia, but others, such as renaming the St. Croix River as the "Clyde" River, would not. Kershaw notes that this map has the apparent first use of the name Cape Cod on a printed map.This, the second state of the map, appeared in Purchas his Pilgrimes. The first state appeared (without the page numbers at the upper left and right) in Alexander's An Encouragement to Colonies from 1624. A very scarce and desirable map. References: Burden, The Mapping of North America: Vol. 1, 208. Schwartz and Ehrenberg, The Mapping of America: pp. 99-100, Plate 54. Kershaw, Early Printed Maps of Canada: 86, Plate 58. [Item no. 3400.]
Bookseller: BICKERSTAFF'S BOOKS, MAPS &C. [United States]
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2020-06-23 10:06:07
Vicente da Costa Matos
lisbon: Pedro Craesbeeck Impressor delRey, 1625. very good - with a small lack of parchment in the top folder. Very rare.is only the second part. MATOS ( Vicente da Costa ) - HONRAS CHRISTÃS / NAS AFRONTAS DE IESU / CHRISTO, E SEGUNDA PARTE / do primeiro discurso contra a heretica / perfidia do judaísmo / CONTINUADA NOS PRESENTES APOS - / tatas de nossa S. fé com a conveniência da expulsão dos sobreditos / hereges, em ordem, ao serviço de Deos nosso Senhor, & / ao proveito particular deste Reyno / DEBAIXO DA PROTECÇAM DO / illustrissimo & excelentíssimo senhor Dom Manoel do / Moura Corte Real, Marques de Castelo Rodrigo, Comen- / dador mòr da Ordem de Christo, Gentilhomem da Cama- / ra de Sua Magestade, & Veedor de Sua fazeda, Capitão / & Governador das Ilhas Terceiras, Sam Ior- / ge do Fayal & do Pico, &c. / POR / ... / ( armas do Marquês de Castelo Rodrigo ) / 1625 / Em Lisboa. Por Pedro Craesbeeck Impressor delRey . anno 625. In 8º {18} + 160 ( aliás 159 ) + {18} fls.; Enc. de pergaminho da época.; In 8º (150mmX195mm).; Samodães: Nº 935; Inoc.: VII, p. 423, Nº 85; Manuel dos Santos: Nº 2527; Barbosa: III, p. 781; Nicolau António : II, p. 324; Monteverde: Nº 1881; Pinto de Matos: p. 200 e 201; Rodrigo Veloso: I, 1277A; II, Nº 2302; Dic. Cronológico de Autores Portugueses: I, p. 410 ; Bibl. Cronológica da Literatura de Espiritualidade em Portugal: p. 250, Nº 1005; Keiserling: p. 115; Arouca: III, M , Nº 198; 1ª Edição - 1625. Escritor doutrinário do século XVII, nasceu em Lisboa, desconhecendo-se a data do seu nascimento e morte. Na obra que apresentamos, o autor mostra as … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: RARE&ANTIQUE BOOKS (bookslive2018) [Sintra, Portugal]
2020-06-22 16:05:06
Xenophon, Johannes Luenclavius; Aemilius Portus
Lutetiae Parisiorum [Paris]: Societatem Graecarum Editionum, 1625. Early edition. Fair. 1213pp. Thick folio [36 cm] 3/4 leather with marbled paper over boards. Red text block edges. Title page vignette. Double columns. The inner columns are in Greek, the outer columns are in Latin. Decorative headpieces and initials. Appendix and three indices at the rear. The detached front board is being held with two pieces of crude tape. The text block is cracked at the beginning. There is a lengthy and very warm contemporary gift inscription from a student to his former Greek and Latin professor on the front flyleaf. There are light tidemarks in the the bottom margins of the pages which very slightly bleed into the text. There are several pages which do have a bit more dampstaining. There are periodic instances of error in pagination, however the text runs consecutively. The text opens with a description of Xenophon's life. This edition was originally published in Frankfurt in 1595. Xenophon produced a large body of work. His works are an important because they reveal much about late Classical Greece. They were also very novel for the times, representing some of the earliest examples of the nonmedical treatise and autobiographical narrative ("Anabasis"). Furthermore, not only were many of his works inspired by his own personal experiences, giving them a personal touch and rendering them significant in that way as well, but they were also created with the ultimate goal of serving as moral instruction. Xenophon was exiled from Athens following a fight in Coronea in 394, in which Xe … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Ken Sanders Rare Books, ABAA [Salt Lake City, UT, U.S.A.]
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2020-06-19 02:49:24
Xenophon, Johannes Luenclavius; Aemilius Portus
Lutetiae Parisiorum [Paris]: Societatem Graecarum Editionum, 1625. Early edition. Fair. 1213pp. Thick folio [36 cm] 3/4 leather with marbled paper over boards. Red text block edges. Title page vignette. Double columns. The inner columns are in Greek, the outer columns are in Latin. Decorative headpieces and initials. Appendix and three indices at the rear. The detached front board is being held with two pieces of crude tape. The text block is cracked at the beginning. There is a lengthy and very warm contemporary gift inscription from a student to his former Greek and Latin professor on the front flyleaf. There are light tidemarks in the the bottom margins of the pages which very slightly bleed into the text. There are several pages which do have a bit more dampstaining. There are periodic instances of error in pagination, however the text runs consecutively. The text opens with a description of Xenophon's life. This edition was originally published in Frankfurt in 1595. Xenophon produced a large body of work. His works are an important because they reveal much about late Classical Greece. They were also very novel for the times, representing some of the earliest examples of the nonmedical treatise and autobiographical narrative ("Anabasis"). Furthermore, not only were many of his works inspired by his own personal experiences, giving them a personal touch and rendering them significant in that way as well, but they were also created with the ultimate goal of serving as moral instruction. Xenophon was exiled from Athens following a fight in Coronea in 394, in which Xe … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Ken Sanders Rare Books, ABAA [Salt Lake City, UT, U.S.A.]
2020-06-15 15:24:48
EUCLID and Lucas BRUNN (translator).
Elementa practica. Oder Ausszug aller Problematum und Handarbeiten auss den 15. Büchern Euclidis. Allen und jeden, des uhralten geometrischen nutzlichen Gebrauch, dess Cirkels Liebhabern ...Nürnberg, Simon Halbmayer, [1625]. 4to. With the title set in an engraved border, and numerous woodcut mathematical figures in text. Contemporary limp vellum. [8], 92 pp. First and only edition of the German translation by Lucas Brunn of the most important work of the Greek mathematician Euclid (ca. 300 BC). Elements, divided into 13 "books" (title-page of the present book mentions 15 books), is a comprehensive treatise on mathematics and geometry. "Euclid's fame rests preeminently upon the Elements ... which exercised an influence upon the human mind greater than that of any other work except the Bible. ... Each book of the Elements is divided into propositions, which may be theorems, in which it is sought to prove something, or problems, in which it is sought to do something" (DSB).The two blank flyleaves damaged, title-page slightly foxed, and occasionally some minor foxing or faint water stains. Overall in good condition. Poggendorff I, col. 320; Neue Deutsche Biogr. II, p. 681; for Euclid see: DSB IV, pp. 414-459; not in Smith, Rara arithmetica.
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 11:51:41
[TURKEY - SPAIN].
Les presens inestimables envoyez par le grand Turc au Roy d'Espagne. Ensemble ce qui s'est passé depuis le 24. Iullet, tant à l'armee Hollandoise qu'Espagnolle au Pays-Bas.Lyon, Claude Armand dit Alphonse, 1625. 8vo. Modern marbled boards. 15, [1 blank] pp. Very rare first(?) edition of a brief work listing the beautiful presents given to the King of Spain by the Ottoman Sultan Ahmed I (1590-1617). Among the presents were 4 lions with golden chains; 4 large unicorn horns, decorated with gold; tapestries with gold wire, depicting the victories of King Philips II; and 10 horses accompanied by six Turkish men to take care of them, who could also manage the lions. Included on pp. 6-15 is "the true story" of what happened to the Spanish and Dutch armies in Holland since July 24, probably of 1625. It narrates the actions of the Genoese general Ambrogio Spinola (1569-1630), serving Spain during the Eighty Years' War in the Netherlands. With a faint waterstain in the bottom half of the pages, otherwise in very good condition. Not in WorldCat.
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 11:17:49
FREITAS, Seraphim de.
De justo imperio Lusitanorum Asiatico. ... Ad Philippum IIII. potentissimum Hispaniarum, & Indiarum monarcham.Valladolid, Jerónimo Morillo (University Printing Office), 1625. Small 4to (20 x 14 cm). With the title-page in red and black with a woodcut crowned arms of Philip IV of Spain (the Order of the Golden Fleece in red). Early 20th-century[?] ochre sheepskin, gold-tooled spine. [8], 190, [28] ll. First edition, in the original Latin, of a classic attempt to refute the great 1609 treatise on maritime law by Hugo de Groot (Grotius), Mare liberum, which argued that natural law made the seas a public common good that cannot be owned by an individual or a nation. Seraphim de Freitas (1570-1622), a Portuguese cleric and professor of law at the University of Valladolid in Spain, wrote his rebuttal at the request of King Philip III of Spain (the Portuguese and Spanish crowns were united from 1580 to 1640), but during negotiations with the Dutch, Philip chose to delay publication, so it appeared after Freitas's death, in the reign of and dedicated to Philip IV. De Groot (1583-1645) wrote on the eve of the Twelve-Year's Truce in the Dutch Republic's Eighty-Years' War of independence from Spain, and Freitas began writing on the eve of the resumption of hostilities in 1621. The Dutch in General and after 1621 also the WIC (Dutch West India Company) made inroads into the former Portuguese monopoly on trade in Asia, so the concept of freedom of the seas aided the Dutch and impeded the Spanish. Freitas argues that natural law entitles a sovereign to close his realm to foreign travel a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 08:52:40
PFANN, Johann.
Biblische Emblemata und Figuren welche in den zweijen verneurten Stuben, dess Hospitals zum heiligen Geist in Nürmberg allen Krancken zu sonderm Trost anstatt der Schrifft sind vorgemalet worden.[Nuremberg], 1626. Oblong 8vo (13.5 x 18 cm). With engraved title-page (4to and partly folded) and 16 engraved emblems within varying baroque frames, with manuscript text below. Contemporary sprinkled paper wrappers. [1], 16 ll. Set of proofs, not found recorded, of the 16 emblems of Johann Pfann's rare Biblische Emblemata published in 1626. The engravings were made after the emblematic paintings in the Heilig-Geist-Spital, a large hospital in Nuremberg, and as such are primarily of medical and religious character. The plates are still without the engraved Latin captions and the four-line German poems printed from separate plates in the publication of 1626, which are here supplied by hand. It also includes the original engraved title-page, printed on 4to and partly folded to match the oblong 8vo leaves of the plates, but not the preliminary matter (frontispiece, folding plate with the list of benefactors, dated 1625, and two other plates).Wrappers somewhat stained. Plates in very good condition, with only a few small spots. Cf. Landwehr, German emblem books 474 (2 copies); Praz, pp. 453-454 (4 copies, all incomplete); VD17 1:078432W (3 copies).
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-12 16:29:51
Jaques Callot (Nancy 1592 - Nancy 1635)
1625. Acquaforte misure: mm 182 x 332 Incisore e disegnatore francese. Amico fraterno di Israel Henriet studiò inizialmente presso il padre di questi, il primo pittore del Duca di Lorena; frequentando la bottega di un incisore di medaglie conobbe l'originalissimo incisore francese Jacques Bellange. Dal 1606, collaborando con l'editore di immagini sacre Thomassin, iniziò a tradurre in incisione le opere dei grandi pittori antichi. L'anno successivo, unendosi all'ambasciata inviata dal Enrico II al Papa, intraprende un viaggio di formazione che lo porta prima a Roma e poi a Firenze dove riceve una pensione dal Granduca che lo ospita nel suo palazzo. Proprio la tecnica dell'acquaforte fu' il suo linguaggio preferito attraverso il quale diede libera espressione al suo estro, superando la moda di composizioni a quinte scenografiche e adottando scene scandite da un'atmosfera ariosa e armonica. Nel 1621 si stabilisce a Nancy dove realizzerà centinaia di acqueforti con rappresentazioni dettagliate di cronache politiche e militari dell'epoca, soggetti religiosi o raffigurazioni minuziose della vita quotidiana della popolazione con particolare attenzione ai soggetti più pittoreschi, spesso in contrasto polemico con il potere: soldati, buffoni, ubriaconi, accattoni e vari emarginati. Tutti temi tipici dello stile e degli interessi in voga nel VII secolo. Le sue composizioni sono per lo più di piccolo formato ma ariose e fitte, sapientemente giocate sul chiaroscuro e sempre originali tanto che l'autore è considerato un maestro classico dell'incisione, un modello innovatore al pari di A … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Il Bulino Antiche Stampe s.r.l. [Italy]
2020-06-12 03:34:23
SCOTLAND, HERALDRY.
Scotland?: 17th c., after 1625. UNPUBLISHED MANUSCRIPT. Folio: Manuscript consisting of 107 full-page Scottish coats-of-arms, each hand-painted over an underlying generic engraved template. The bare-bones template has minimal detail (helm with mantling, outline of a blank shield, empty compartment with flourishes) and serves only as a uniform foundation over which elaborate, individualized crests are painted. The first three coats-of-arms are those of royalty, and are painted on leaves without the engraved template.Bound in 18th century reverse calf in fine condition (corners lightly bumped, small chip to foot of spine, a few signs of wear to lower board. The painted lvs. have been interleaved twice, once with lvs. contemporary with the manuscript, and again at the time of rebinding in the 18th century. Both sets of blanks present. The volume is in overall very good condition. Two of the paintings have been smudged (no. 16 in the first sequence, and the unnumbered leaf in the 3rd sequence.) One leaf (no. 2 in 3rd sequence) is torn with loss. There are some early, minor paper repairs (some a bit crude), a few longer clean tears (no loss) and some smaller tears at the head and foot of scattered leaves. The colors are on the whole very fresh. Individual elements (unicorns, squirrels, mermaids, "wild men", and in one instance, beavers and Native Americans) are painted with nuance and in minute detail. Provenance: Bookplate of Thomas Hamilton (1721-1794), 7th Earl of Haddington (Hadinton). The Hadington arms, with the motto "Praesto et presto"(I undertake and I persevere) are p … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Liber Antiquus [United States]
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2020-06-10 14:43:31
[TURKEY - SPAIN].
Les presens inestimables envoyez par le grand Turc au Roy d'Espagne. Ensemble ce qui s'est passé depuis le 24. Iullet, tant à l'armee Hollandoise qu'Espagnolle au Pays-Bas.Lyon, Claude Armand dit Alphonse, 1625. 8vo. Modern marbled boards. 15, [1 blank] pp. Very rare first(?) edition of a brief work listing the beautiful presents given to the King of Spain by the Ottoman Sultan Ahmed I (1590-1617). Among the presents were 4 lions with golden chains; 4 large unicorn horns, decorated with gold; tapestries with gold wire, depicting the victories of King Philips II; and 10 horses accompanied by six Turkish men to take care of them, who could also manage the lions. Included on pp. 6-15 is "the true story" of what happened to the Spanish and Dutch armies in Holland since July 24, probably of 1625. It narrates the actions of the Genoese general Ambrogio Spinola (1569-1630), serving Spain during the Eighty Years' War in the Netherlands. With a faint waterstain in the bottom half of the pages, otherwise in very good condition. Not in WorldCat.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-10 14:10:40
FREITAS, Seraphim de.
De justo imperio Lusitanorum Asiatico. ... Ad Philippum IIII. potentissimum Hispaniarum, & Indiarum monarcham.Valladolid, Jerónimo Morillo (University Printing Office), 1625. Small 4to (20 x 14 cm). With the title-page in red and black with a woodcut crowned arms of Philip IV of Spain (the Order of the Golden Fleece in red). Early 20th-century[?] ochre sheepskin, gold-tooled spine. [8], 190, [28] ll. First edition, in the original Latin, of a classic attempt to refute the great 1609 treatise on maritime law by Hugo de Groot (Grotius), Mare liberum, which argued that natural law made the seas a public common good that cannot be owned by an individual or a nation. Seraphim de Freitas (1570-1622), a Portuguese cleric and professor of law at the University of Valladolid in Spain, wrote his rebuttal at the request of King Philip III of Spain (the Portuguese and Spanish crowns were united from 1580 to 1640), but during negotiations with the Dutch, Philip chose to delay publication, so it appeared after Freitas's death, in the reign of and dedicated to Philip IV. De Groot (1583-1645) wrote on the eve of the Twelve-Year's Truce in the Dutch Republic's Eighty-Years' War of independence from Spain, and Freitas began writing on the eve of the resumption of hostilities in 1621. The Dutch in General and after 1621 also the WIC (Dutch West India Company) made inroads into the former Portuguese monopoly on trade in Asia, so the concept of freedom of the seas aided the Dutch and impeded the Spanish. Freitas argues that natural law entitles a sovereign to close his realm to foreign travel a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-05 11:32:30
Bacon, Francis.
1625. London: Printed by John Haviland for Hanna Barret, and Richard Whitaker, 1625. Sm. 4to, [12], 340 pp. First leaf is blank. A (a) B-2V 2X . Original vellum, overlapping foredges, signs where the thongs were removed; backstrip lettered in ink. Title page with signature of Thomas Rode dated 1656. A remarkably fine copy in unsophisticated original condition, some inevitable soiling to the vellum. Enclosed in a blue quarter morocco slipcase. § One of the most important books in the English language, of enduring influence on Western philosophy and ethics, "the distillation of a lifetime's wisdom by the wisest man of his day" (Winterich, 23 Books, 208). First complete edition and the last printed in the author's lifetime, first issue with the imprint reading "Printed by John Haviland for Hanna Barret, and Richard Whitaker" and with "Newly enlarged" on the title-page. The second issue (Gibson 14) has imprint reading "John Haviland for Hanna Barret" and has "Newly written" on t-p. Some cataloguers call this 1st Collected or 1st Complete edition. STC indicates that this is a new work different from The Essaies... STC (2nd ed.), 1147. Quaritch cat. 436 (1930) #102 noted: "In his dedication Bacon says 'I doe now publish my Essayes; which of all my other workes have been most Currant: For that, as it seems, they come home to Mens Businesse and Bosomes. I have enlarged them, both in Number, and in Weight; so that they are indeed a New Worke.'" Britwell Handlist p. 52. Grolier Club English 100 p. 26. PMM 119.
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2020-06-02 08:19:23
Sleidanus, Johannes
Straßburg: von der Heyden, 1625. Johannes Sleidanus: Joan. Sleidani Veri Et Ad Nostra tempora usque continuati, Das ist/ Warhafftige Beschreibung allerley fürnem[m]er Händel und Geschichten/ so sich in Glaubens und andern Weltlichen Sachen/ bey Regierung der ... KeyserenCaroli V. Ferdinandi I. Maximiliani II. Rudolphi II. Und Matthiae I. ... So wol inn- als ausserhalb deß H. Röm. Reichs Teutscher Nation/ biß auff daß 1620. Jahr nach Christi Geburt/ begeben und zugetragen Autor/en: Johannes Sleidanus Titel: Joan. Sleidani Veri Et Ad Nostra tempora usque continuati, Das ist/ Warhafftige Beschreibung allerley fürnem[m]er Händel und Geschichten/ so sich in Glaubens und andern Weltlichen Sachen/ bey Regierung der ... KeyserenCaroli V. Ferdinandi I. Maximiliani II. Rudolphi II. Und Matthiae I. ... So wol inn- als ausserhalb deß H. Röm. Reichs Teutscher Nation/ biß auff daß 1620. Jahr nach Christi Geburt/ begeben und zugetragen Verlag: von der Heyden Ort: Straßburg Jahr: 1625 Einband: Blindgepregtes Schweinsleder der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit Schließen. Zustand: Der Artikel befindet sich in einem sehr guten Zustand. Seitenzahl: 824, 396, 386, 1612, 604 Spalten Format: 2° Bilder/Abb.: Titel- und Portaitkupfer. Mit in Kupfer gest. Titelbordüren Bemerkung: Andere und umb viel mehr verbesserte Edition / Durch M. Oseam Schadaeum ... / Wie dieselbige anfänglich von weyland Herren Johanne Sleidano In Lateinischer Sprach verfertiget/ und hernach verteutscht worden: Jetzmals aber mit dem rechten Lateinischen Original Conferirt und verbessert/ ... auch biß auff unsere Zeit auß vielen fürtre … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-05-29 10:25:03
Tobia Aldini
TYPIS IACOBI MASCARDI, ROMAE. Prima e unica edizione del 1625 di questa opera dedicata al giardino botanico degli Orti Farnesiani di Roma, che è anche la prima descrizione di un orto botanico italiano (cfr. «L'Esopo», 2, 1979, p. 18). L’orto venne fondato nel 1550 dal Cardinale Alessandro Farnese (1520-1589) e le rare piante vennero portate come semi da Missionari Gesuiti storicamente legati alla Famiglia. L’opera è divisa in 16 capitoli ognuno dei quali dedicato alla dettagliata descrizione di una specie botanica con le sue proprietà medicinali e culinarie. Tra le altre la prima esatta descrizione della mimosa. Tobia Aldini è Autore dichiarato della descriptio; tuttavia molti bibliografi attribuiscono l'effettiva paternità dell'opera al botanico Pietro Castelli (1575-1661); Piantanida 1784 (rigettando l'attribuzione al Castelli). «contiene la descrizione di una nuova specie di acacia tuttora detta "farnesiana"»; Pritzel, 1590; Saccardo I, 12: «Secondo Seguire e Haller il vero autore è P. Castelli, secondo il Bartholin quest'ultimo ne fu solo efficace collaboratore». Frontespizio figurato calcografico in elegante cornice architettonica con stemma farnese che mostra i fondatori della botanica Teofrasto e Dioscoride inciso da Luca Ciamberlano (1586-1641) incisore romano probabilmente autore delle finissime tavole botaniche presenti all’interno dell’opera. Copertina in piena pelle coeva con decorazioni a secco e titolo in oro in buone condizioni con lievi usure marginali e segni di restauro. Legatura in buone condizioni. Pagine in ottime condizioni con rare fioriture. Restauro … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sephora di Elena Serru [Foligno, Italy]
2020-05-28 21:19:15
Visscher, Nicolaes Jansz
c. 1625, Amsterdam. Praecipuis Urbibus, Veshitu, Insignibus et Antiquitatibus exornata per N. Johannis Visscher En los márgenes superior e inferior, vistas y escudos de ciudades españolas. En los márgenes laterales, tipos de las diferentes regiones españolas Formato (cm): 56x46
Bookseller: Frame [Madrid, MADRI, Spain]
2020-05-23 10:00:45
London: Robert Barker and John Bill. See description below. 1625 KING JAMES HOLY BIBLE Old New Testaments Apocrypha GENEALOGIES 1625 KING JAMES HOLY BIBLE Old New Testaments Apocrypha GENEALOGIES Description The Holy Bible, Containing the Old Testament, and the New: Newly Translated out of the Originall Tongues: and with the Former Translations diligently compared and revised, by his Maiesties Speciall Commandement. ESTC ref: S126252 London. 1625. Bonham Norton and John Bill. This bible contains: 1. Incomplete Prayers and Psalms at the start. Damage and loss to lower part of leaves as shown. 2. The Genealogies recorded in the Sacred Scriptures, according to every Family and Tribe. With the Line of Our Saviour Jesus Chrsit, Observed from Adam to the Blessed Virgin Mary. - by John Speed. Title page + 34 pps. Loss to lower part of leaves as shown. 3. Old Testament complete and with title page. Loss to inital leaves up to A7. E8 and N3 loss of text to corner . 4. Apocrypha complete. 5. New Testament complete and with title page dated 1625. With colophon also dated 1625. 6.'The Whole Book of Psalmes' with title page dated 1626. Incomplete at end. Complete up to psalm 136 but damage and loss to final leaves. Size: 21cm by 16.5cm Condition notes: Damage and loss to initial and final leaves as shown. 2 further leaves with loss of text to corner. One large closed tear. Pages reasonably clean with some marks and a little damp staining here and there. Part leather binding with significant wear as shown and leather coming away from the spine. Please take a good look at the pictures as … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: bookfolly [south coast, United Kingdom]
2020-05-19 21:03:04
Galàz y Varahona, Francisco:
en la Imprenta Real ., Madrid, 1625. 4to., pp. [10] 88. Engraved title-page by Jan Schorkens (1595-c.1630), featuring architectural border with to left perhaps Seneca and to right Ptolemy, with armorial above of dedicatee Gaspar de Guzman, Count-Duke of Olivares, and below a scene perhaps referencing Isaiah 11:6 showing lion with lamb; with Latin mottoes and further armorials. Text with typographical decoration, woodcut line borders to pages, ornamental woodcut tail-piece to p. 83. Printed on thick paper. Light thumbing, the odd single wormhole, a bright copy, in 19th-cent. quarter vellum and marbled boards, gilt to spine. Only edition of this set of twelve Stoic paradoxes, addressing place-seeking and professional ambition. Examples include (Cap. 2) 'How there is no life for the ambitious person' and (Cap. 8) 'What somebody struggling to get a knighthood can discover, for his peace of mind'. The text is written in Spanish with learned side-notes in Latin. The author claims (p. 8) to have examined nearly 300 authorities. European Early Modern interest in Stoicism followed the work of the Flemish scholar Justus Lipsius (1547-1606). It was an important subject also in late 16th- and early 17th-century England. The Spanish tradition of Stoic paradoxes - on the model of Cicero's 'Paradoxes of the Stoics' - had participants later including the poet-philosopher Antonio Lopez de Vega (c.1586-c.1655), who wrote a manuscript 'Paradoxas racionales' (published in 1935). Another important Spanish neostoic was Francisco de Quevedo (1580-1645). "Soon after [Velazquez] came to Madrid, a b … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Leo Cadogan Rare Books Ltd., ABA, ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2020-05-16 16:12:19
Tabernaemontanus
Franckfurt am Mayn: 1625. Noch guter Zustand mit erheblichem Restaurierungspotential! Sie bieten auf eine extrem seltene, kaum nachzuweisende Ausgabe eines Kräuterbuches von 1625 mit unzähligen wundervollen Textholzschnitten. "Neuw vollkommentlich Kreuterbuch, hg. von Caspar Bauhin", Franckfurt am Mayn 1625 Zustand: Werk augenscheilich vollständig, minimal altrestauriert (Restaurierung wohl um 1750); Format: ca. 38,5 x 24 cm, vollkommen unbeschnittenes Originalformat!; Einband: -fehlt; Buchblock: insgesamt recht sauber, einige Tintenmarginalien von alter Hand, durchgängig mehr oder weniger stark mit typischen Läsionen wie Fehlstellen, Ein- und Ausrissen, leicht bis mäßig verbräunt, Flecken und Knicke, durchgängig minimalst altrestauriert; Bindung begint sich zu lösen ist aber weitestgehend noch recht fest; Zusammenfassend: noch guter Zustand mit erheblichem Restaurierungspotential. Auf gesonderten Wunsch könnten wir, mit relativ geringem Aufwand in unserer Restaurierungswerkstatt das Werk neu für Sie in einen authentishen Einband der Zeit binden! Achtung: Sollten Sie eine sach- und fachgerechte Restaurierung dieses oder eines anderen Werkes wünschen, so könnte dies in unserer Restaurierungswerkstatt geschehen. Unsere akademische Papierrestauratorin würde das Werk nach Ihren Vorgaben konservieren und /oder rekonstruieren. Dies würde allerdings aufgrund der aktuellen Auftragslage einige Zeit in Anspruch nehmen. 38202001R04 Mit Ihrem Gebot oder Ihrem Kauf erklären Sie sich automatisch mit unseren AGB und der Widerufsbelehrung einverstanden. Alle Angaben sind nach bestem Wissen … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Buchantiquariat Rudolph (buchantiquariat_rudolph) [Monheim am Rhein, Germany]
2020-05-16 09:13:06
Schwaben:
dat. 1625, 55 x 73 Cartographia Bavariae, K2.15. Stopp/L., S. 88 ("originäre Einblattdruckkarte"). Seltene Karte von Schwaben von Christoph Hurter (1576/77-1634). Wesentlich genauer als die späteren Kopien bei Blaeu der Janssonius. Reicht von Konstanz im Westen bis Augsburg im Osten, von Vaduz im Süden bis Göppingen im Norden. Von 4 Platten gedruckt und bereits zusammen gesetzt. Etwas fleckig, der untere Rand teilweise bis an die Einfassungslinie beschnitten und angerändert. In Summe sehr schönes Exemplar des gesuchten Blattes.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2020-05-16 07:15:05
Schwaben:
dat. 1625, 55 x 73 Cartographia Bavariae, K2.15. Stopp/L., S. 88 ("originäre Einblattdruckkarte"). Seltene Karte von Schwaben von Christoph Hurter (1576/77-1634). Wesentlich genauer als die späteren Kopien bei Blaeu der Janssonius. Reicht von Konstanz im Westen bis Augsburg im Osten, von Vaduz im Süden bis Göppingen im Norden. Von 4 Platten gedruckt und bereits zusammen gesetzt. Etwas fleckig, der untere Rand teilweise bis an die Einfassungslinie beschnitten und angerändert. In Summe sehr schönes Exemplar des gesuchten Blattes.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
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2020-05-13 19:50:04
Tobia Aldini
ROMAE: TYPIS IACOBI MASCARDI , 1625. Prima e unica edizione del 1625 di questa opera dedicata al giardino botanico degli Orti Farnesiani di Roma, che è anche la prima descrizione di un orto botanico italiano (cfr. «L'Esopo», 2, 1979, p. 18). L’orto venne fondato nel 1550 dal Cardinale Alessandro Farnese (1520-1589) e le rare piante vennero portate come semi da Missionari Gesuiti storicamente legati alla Famiglia. L’opera è divisa in 16 capitoli ognuno dei quali dedicato alla dettagliata descrizione di una specie botanica con le sue proprietà medicinali e culinarie. Tra le altre la prima esatta descrizione della mimosa. Tobia Aldini è Autore dichiarato della descriptio; tuttavia molti bibliografi attribuiscono l'effettiva paternità dell'opera al botanico Pietro Castelli (1575-1661); Piantanida 1784 (rigettando l'attribuzione al Castelli). «contiene la descrizione di una nuova specie di acacia tuttora detta "farnesiana"»; Pritzel, 1590; Saccardo I, 12: «Secondo Seguire e Haller il vero autore è P. Castelli, secondo il Bartholin quest'ultimo ne fu solo efficace collaboratore». Frontespizio figurato calcografico in elegante cornice architettonica con stemma farnese che mostra i fondatori della botanica Teofrasto e Dioscoride inciso da Luca Ciamberlano (1586-1641) incisore romano probabilmente autore delle finissime tavole botaniche presenti all’interno dell’opera. Copertina in piena pelle coeva con decorazioni a secco e titolo in oro in buone condizioni con lievi usure marginali e segni di restauro. Legatura in buone condizioni. Pagine in ottime condizioni … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-05-10 20:33:53
Tobia Aldini
TYPIS IACOBI MASCARDI. Prima e unica edizione del 1625 di questa opera dedicata al giardino botanico degli Orti Farnesiani di Roma, che è anche la prima descrizione di un orto botanico italiano (cfr. «L'Esopo», 2, 1979, p. 18). L'orto venne fondato nel 1550 dal Cardinale Alessandro Farnese (1520-1589) e le rare piante vennero portate come semi da Missionari Gesuiti storicamente legati alla Famiglia. L'opera è divisa in 16 capitoli ognuno dei quali dedicato alla dettagliata descrizione di una specie botanica con le sue proprietà medicinali e culinarie. Tra le altre la prima esatta descrizione della mimosa. Tobia Aldini è Autore dichiarato della descriptio; tuttavia molti bibliografi attribuiscono l'effettiva paternità dell'opera al botanico Pietro Castelli (1575-1661); Piantanida 1784 (rigettando l'attribuzione al Castelli). «contiene la descrizione di una nuova specie di acacia tuttora detta "farnesiana"»; Pritzel, 1590; Saccardo I, 12: «Secondo Seguire e Haller il vero autore è P. Castelli, secondo il Bartholin quest'ultimo ne fu solo efficace collaboratore». Frontespizio figurato calcografico in elegante cornice architettonica con stemma farnese che mostra i fondatori della botanica Teofrasto e Dioscoride inciso da Luca Ciamberlano (1586-1641) incisore romano probabilmente autore delle finissime tavole botaniche presenti all'interno dell'opera. Copertina in piena pelle coeva con decorazioni a secco e titolo in oro in buone condizioni con lievi usure marginali e segni di restauro. Legatura in buone condizioni. Pagine in ottime condizioni con rare fioriture. Restauro al mar … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Sephora [Italy]
2020-05-09 22:53:02
Johannes Sleidanus
Straßburg, von der Heyden, 1625. Titel- und Portaitkupfer. Mit in Kupfer gest. Titelbordüren 2° "824, 396, 386, 1612, 604 Spalten, Andere und umb viel mehr verbesserte Edition / Durch M. Oseam Schadaeum ... / Wie dieselbige anfänglich von weyland Herren Johanne Sleidano In Lateinischer Sprach verfertiget/ und hernach verteutscht worden: Jetzmals aber mit dem rechten Lateinischen Original Conferirt und verbessert/ ... auch biß auff unsere Zeit auß vielen fürtrefflichen Historicis, [et]c. continuirt Weitere Produktfotos erhalten Sie gerne auf Nachfrage! . " Blindgepregtes Schweinsleder der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit Schließen. Der Artikel befindet sich in einem sehr guten Zustand.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bücherwurm [Germany]
2020-05-09 10:24:02
Zubler, Leonhard :
Basel, König, 1625. Mit 20 (1 ganzseitig) Kupfern, 4 Blatt (Titel mit gestochener Titelbordüre), , 65 Seiten, 1 Blatt, Basel, König, 1625. Angebunden : Zubler, Leonhard : Novum instrumentum geometricum. Das ist, Newe Planimetrische Beschreibung: Wie man mit einem leichten und geringen Instrument alle Stätt, Gärten, Weyher und Landschafften. auffreissen und verjüngen soll. Ebenda 1625. Mit 13 Textkupfern, 5 (statt 6 – 1 weisses Blatt fehlt) Blatt, 39 Seiten, Pappband des 18. Jahrhunderts, 18,5 x 15 cm, Einband stärker berieben, bestossen und abgegriffen, innen etwas gebräunt, 2 Blatt mit leichter Randläsur. Die jeweils letzte deutsche Ausgabe der beiden Werke. Leonhard Zubler (1563-1609) war Goldschmied und Mathematiker in Zürich, er hat sich in der Nachfolge Albertis und Dürers eingehend mit der Zentralperspektive befaßt und entsprechende Instrumente konstruiert, die zum Teil Vorläufer der bekannten Bramerschen Meßinstrumente waren. Das blattgrosse Kupfer auf Seite 6 mit allen Details des Meßinstrumentes, die übrigen Illustrationen mit Meßvorgängen in weiten Landschaften mit Burgen, Festungen, Städten mit Türmen, mit figürlichen Staffagen. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat H. Carlsen [kiel, Germany]
2020-05-08 05:45:07
Mari Giulio
appresso Giacomo Mascardi in piazza Nauona, Roma, 1625. Testi e incisioni relativi a: Foro Romano, Foro di Traiano, Foro di Nerva, Terme di Diocleziano, Terme di Caracalla, Arco di Settimio Severo, Arco di Costantino, Porta Maggiore, Arco di Tito e Vespasiano, Arco di San Giorgio, Arco di Domiziano, Colosseo, Anfiteatro di Statilio Tauro, Teatro di Marcello, Pantheon, Tempio in Pace, Tempio della Concordia, Tempio di Giano, Basilica di Antonino Pio, Tempio della Fortuna, Tempio di Antonino e Faustina, Tempio di Giove Statore, Tempio del Sole, Castel S. Angelo, Sepolcro di Cecilia Metella, Piramide Cestia, Campidoglio, Circo di Massenzio, Trofei di Mario, Palazzo Maggiore, Isola Tiberina, Colonna Traiana, Colonna di Antonino Pio, Obelisco di San Pietro, Obelisco Lateranense, Obelisco Esquilino, Obelisco di Santa Maria del Popolo, Obelisco di San Mauto, Obelisco nel Giardino de' Medici, Obelisco Mattei (di Villa Celimontana), Colonna di Santa Maria Maggiore, Facciata della Basilica di San Pietro in Vaticano, Scala Santa, Palazzo Pontificio di San Pietro, Quirinale, Collegio Romano, Sapienza, Palazzo della Cancelleria, Palazzo Farnese, Palazzo Borghese, Villa Borghese, Villa Medici, Giardino de' Mattei, Fontana di S. Pietro al Montorio, Fontana di Terme, Fontana di S. Pietro in Vaticano, Piazza Navona. c.c. (2) + 57 + (1) interamente illustrato con incisioni p. 165x115 mm p.perg cordonata coeva titoli manoscritti al dorso
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Giulio Cesare [roma, ROMA, Italy]
2020-05-05 18:05:01
PIGNORIA Lorenzo
Padova,: appresso Pietro Paolo Tozzi, 1625-1626. Padova, appresso Pietro Paolo Tozzi, 1625-1626. In-8 p. (mm. 203 x 143), 6 opere in 1 volume, p. pergamena settecentesca, tit. oro su tassello al dorso, 4 cc.nn. (compreso il bel frontesp. allegorico inc. in rame, con Antenore in primo piano e la veduta di Padova sullo sfondo), 49 pp.num., 2 cc.nn., 1 c.b.; illustrato da 1 tavola (più volte ripieg.) f.t., con l’albero genealogico figur. di Antenore e 4 belle tavole nel t., di monumenti, stemmi, etc., pure inc. in rame. Opera dedicata all’eroe Antenore (ritenuto il fondatore di Padova) e alle origini della città. "Edizione originale". Cfr. Lauro “Bibl. di Padova” (2007),2198 - Cicognara,4067 - Lozzi,II,3254: “raro”. Unito a: "Le origini di Padova" scritte da Lorenzo Pignoria. Nelle quali si discorre dell’Antichità, degl’habitatori, delle memorie illustri della Città & della provincia tutta. Padova, 1625. Cc.nn. 2 (bel frontesp. figur. inc. in rame - rifilato - e occhietto), pp. 184 (mal num. 182), con 2 tavole f.t. (ripieg. e a doppia pag.) e numer. ill. nel t., tutte inc. su legno, “alcune delle quali assai curiose e interessanti pei costumi” (cosi’ Lozzi,II,3254). "Edizione originale". Cfr. anche Cicognara,4068: “Le opere del Pignoria sono tutte interessantissime” - Lauro “Bibl. di Padova” (2007), 2202: “Opera scritta con un certo rigore critico, e per questo ancora attendibile ed interessante.. Trattando di Tito Livio, l’A. pubblica la lettera (ottenuta da Fra … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-05-05 14:26:01
Berlich, Matthias
Gothofredi Grosii Bibliopolae, Leipzig, 1625. Marmorierter nachgebundener Halbpergamentband mit sechs Bünden und Titel auf Rücken (16 x 19,5 cm). Roter Vollfarbschnitt. 38, 623, 54, 1080, 67 teilweise unpaginierte Seiten. Titelblätter in Rot-Schwarz-Druck. Mit einem Kupferstich-Frontispiz bzw. Porträt Matthias Berlichs (datiert 1619), Zierleisten sowie dekorativen illustrierten Schluß- und Verlagsvignetten. Erster Teil: 1625. Zweiter Teil: 1640.; Jahr: 1625; Format: Oktav; Anzahl der Seiten: 38, 623, 54, 1080, 44, 1080, 68; Auflage: 1.; Zustand: 3 (Leichter Wurmfraß an Innenfalz des Vorderdeckels. Exlibris und Inhaberstempel von Dr. Joachim Haas auf Vorsatz. Papier gebräunt und stockfleckig. Insgesamt jedoch altersentsprechend gut erhalten.)Auf Grund der Versandkostenvorgaben von AbeBooks/ZVAB (die Versandkostenkalkulation richtet sich nicht nach Gewicht, sondern nach Anzahl der Artikel), kann es bei Titeln mit über 1000 Gramm Gewicht oder größeren Formaten zu höheren Portokosten kommen. Nach Bestelleingang erfolgt eine Anfrage, ob Sie einverstanden sind. 1815 gr. 38, 623, 54, 1080, 44, 1080, 68 pages. Leichter Wurmfraß an Innenfalz des Vorderdeckels. Exlibris und Inhaberstempel von Dr. Joachim Haas auf Vorsatz. Papier gebräunt und stockfleckig. Insgesamt jedoch altersentsprechend gut erhalten. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Immanuel, Einzelhandel [Steinebach a.d. Wied, Germany]
2020-05-02 13:30:05
FOUR SCARCE WORKS, 1609-1625, BOUND TOGETHER IN THIS ONE VELLUM BOUND VOLUME: (1) Johann Kirchmann DE FUNERALIBUS ROMANUM - LIBRI QUATUOR cum APPENDICE. Accessit & Nicolii Rigaltii FUNUS PARASITICUM. (Work in FOUR PARTS plus APPENDIX - ALL FOUR PARTS and APPENDIX ARE PRESENT - the work is COMPLETE - the appendix by "Nicolii Rigaltii" is a satire relating to Catholics, dead bodies and bugs.) LUBECK (Lubeca) : Samuel Jauch (Samuelis Javchii, M.DC.XXV (1625) Pagination [40],737,[35];31pp. With... (2) Jacob Herrenschmidt. ROMANENSIUM DALIA SCELETOLATRICA PHALERIS SUIS ASCITITIIS DENUDATA. hoc est, Dissertatio Brevis ac scholastica convellens prodigiosas Romanensium absurditates in Reliquiarum cultu, Oppoista Jesuitis... WITTENBERG (Witebergae): Laurent Seuberlichs for Paul Helwig (Pauli Helwichii), M.D.CIX (1609) Pagination: [16],96pp. With... (3) Jacob Herrenschmidt [aka.Nicolas Fabri.] PAPA MULIER SIVE VERA ET INFALLIBILIS NARRATIO DE PAPA IOANNE VIII. foemina, in qua De Coelibatu Sacerdotum contra Franciscum Costerum... WITTENBERG (Witebergae): Laurent Seuberlichs for Paul Helwig (Pauli Helwichii), M.D.CIX (1609) Pagination: [6],70pp. With... (4) Johann Seyffert (aka Philander Philanax). DE NATURA FINE MEDIS JESUITARUM. In gratiam simplicorum Mortalium quotquot hucusque Politicos istos callidissimos, Atheos, Magos, Veneficios, Regicidas... No Publisher or Place of Publication Stated [Bremen?]: 1619. Pagination: 72pp. (The last few pages are bound in an incorrect and improperly numbered order - as bound and issued - printer's or binder's error - all pages are present.) These … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: bookpath [Napa, California, United States]
2020-05-02 08:07:49
Sleidanus, Johannes
Straßburg: von der Heyden, 1625. Johannes Sleidanus: Joan. Sleidani Veri Et Ad Nostra tempora usque continuati, Das ist/ Warhafftige Beschreibung allerley fürnem[m]er Händel und Geschichten/ so sich in Glaubens und andern Weltlichen Sachen/ bey Regierung der ... KeyserenCaroli V. Ferdinandi I. Maximiliani II. Rudolphi II. Und Matthiae I. ... So wol inn- als ausserhalb deß H. Röm. Reichs Teutscher Nation/ biß auff daß 1620. Jahr nach Christi Geburt/ begeben und zugetragen Autor/en: Johannes Sleidanus Titel: Joan. Sleidani Veri Et Ad Nostra tempora usque continuati, Das ist/ Warhafftige Beschreibung allerley fürnem[m]er Händel und Geschichten/ so sich in Glaubens und andern Weltlichen Sachen/ bey Regierung der ... KeyserenCaroli V. Ferdinandi I. Maximiliani II. Rudolphi II. Und Matthiae I. ... So wol inn- als ausserhalb deß H. Röm. Reichs Teutscher Nation/ biß auff daß 1620. Jahr nach Christi Geburt/ begeben und zugetragen Verlag: von der Heyden Ort: Straßburg Jahr: 1625 Einband: Blindgepregtes Schweinsleder der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit Schließen. Zustand: Der Artikel befindet sich in einem sehr guten Zustand. Seitenzahl: 824, 396, 386, 1612, 604 Spalten Format: 2° Bilder/Abb.: Titel- und Portaitkupfer. Mit in Kupfer gest. Titelbordüren Bemerkung: Andere und umb viel mehr verbesserte Edition / Durch M. Oseam Schadaeum ... / Wie dieselbige anfänglich von weyland Herren Johanne Sleidano In Lateinischer Sprach verfertiget/ und hernach verteutscht worden: Jetzmals aber mit dem rechten Lateinischen Original Conferirt und verbessert/ ... auch biß auff unsere Zeit auß vielen fürtre … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bücherwurm (antiquariat_buecherwurm_kiel) [Knooper Weg 144, Kiel, Germany]
2020-04-30 11:22:03
SIRIGATTI Lorenzo
Venezia,: Bernardo Giunti, 1625. Venezia, Bernardo Giunti, 1625. In folio (mm. 400x245), mz. pelle ottocentesca (risg. in parte rifatti), dorso a cordoni con tit. oro su tassello, 4 cc.nn. (incluso il bel frontesp. figur.), 43 inc. su rame a p. pag. e numerate, 1 c.nn. (marca tipografica e colophon); 44-65 tavv. (verso bianco) numerate ed inc. su rame (incluso il frontesp. del “Libro secondo”). “L’opera è divisa in due libri: nel primo le tavole sono accompagnate da un breve testo di spiegazione a fronte (ornato da grandi capilettera xilografici). Le incisioni del primo libro raffigurano applicazioni prospettiche elementari su figure geometriche piane e solide (fra cui strumenti musicali) e una scena teatrale. Nel secondo libro le 21 incisioni raffigurano applicazioni delle regole prospettiche con la teoria delle ombre ad elementi architettonici (piedestalli, capitelli e colonnati), a solidi regolari platonici e a numerose figure tridimensionali tipiche del virtuosismo prospettico del tempo (sfere pignate o scanalate). Le incisioni ripetono fedelmente quelle della prima edizione (Venezia, Girolamo Franceschi, 1596) e secondo il Riccardi furono stampate con i rami originali”. "Seconda edizione" (fu pubblicata sia con la dedica a Ferdinando Medici sia a Ladislao Sigismondo). Cfr. Studi e documenti d’architettura, n. 9-10 - Comolli,III, p. 157 - Cicognara,861 - Fowler Collection, p. 269 - Riccardi,I,460: “La prospettiva del Sirigatti ha il merito di essere uno dei primi se non de’ più completi trattati di questa sci … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bottega delle occasioni [Italy]
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2020-04-30 08:18:29
Alberto Zennero ( Albert Zenner 1625-1698) Methodus impugnandi & propugnandi Thomistarum philosophiam non minus subtilis quam facilis et brevis. Lucem aspexit, et in concertantium theatrum conscendit. Authore R.P.F. Alberto Zennero... Augustae Vindelicorum (Augsburg) - Typis Simonis Utzschneider - 1664 Pagine (24)-251-(1) Alberto Zennero ( Albert Zenner) Conclusiones naturalis philosophiae. Authore R.P. Alberto Zennero... Augustae Vindelicorum (Augsburg) - Typis Simonis Utzschneider - 1664 Pagine: 233-(5) Le due opere rilegate insieme: Formato moderno: in 24° (cm. 13 x 7,50) Legatura: pergamena con decorazione al piatto e chiusura e nervi al dorso. Note: 1 tavola all'anteporta del primo libro. Piccola macchia al bordo superiore del volume "conclusiones..." per buona parte delle pagine, ma non inficiante il testo e riportata in foto. La legatura presenta alcune macchie, comunque solida e in stato più che discreto.
Bookseller: giamtara [Roma, Italy]
2020-04-30 06:51:58
VALERIANO Giovanni Pierio
Venetia,: presso Gio. Battista Combi, 1625. Venetia, presso Gio. Battista Combi, 1625. In-4 gr. (mm. 338x230), cartoncino rustico antico, tit. ms. al dorso, 42 cc.nn., 806 pp.num. (omesse nella numeraz. le pp. 769-778: così anche su ICCU), testo su due colonne, ornato da grandi capilettera e molto ben illustrato nel t. da centinaia di vignette silografate. Nell’opera di Pierio Valeriano, nome umanistico del letterato “Giovan Pietro dalle Fosse” (Belluno 1477 - Padova 1560), “si tratta della natura di molti Animali, Terrestri, Maritimi e Volatili - delle Piante, dell’Herbe, de’ Fiori e de’ Frutti - delle Pietre, delle Gioie, e Metalli - de’ Fonti, de’ Fiumi, de’ Mari e dell’Acque tutte - de’ Cieli, delle Stelle e de’ Pianeti - delle Monete e delle Medaglie - de’ Vestimenti & Arme - de gl’Instromenti Musicali, Bellici & usatili - de’ Numeri, de’ Segni, de’ Cenni, de’ Sogni e delle Favole, & altre cose curiose e degne.<br> Cfr. Biblioteca Esoterica,5036 per un’ediz. latina del 1604: “Ouvrage intéressant. L’auteur y parle des symboles et emblèmes qui étaient ou pouvaient etre dessinés dans les hiéroglyphes, et, sur chacun d’eux, il rassemble tout ce qu’on peut trouver dans les anciens auteurs, sacrés ou profanes, de relatif à l’histoire naturelle, à la physique et aux phénomènes de la nature, caché sous ces ingénieux emblèmes” - Caillet,III, p. 655-56 cita le numerose ediz. in latino a partire dalla prima del 1556 - Gra … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-04-24 22:11:08
ZHIYI
1625. Ten columns, 20 characters per column. 34; 33; 42 folding leaves. 8vo (270 x 193 mm.), orig. pale brown wrappers (some relatively minor worming, mostly confined to the margins, but occasionally touching a character), new stitching. [Mount Hiei: before 1625].A very rare movable type Eizan-ban; WorldCat and the Union Catalogue of Early Japanese Books do not record a copy. Kawase knows only of another edition with 19 characters per column, dated mid-Kan'ei (1615-33) and printed at Nishi Honganji Temple in Kyoto.Eizan-ban are books published at the Enryakuji monastery complex on Mount Hiei outside of Kyoto. "Eizan printing came into its own on a large scale only from the end of the sixteenth century, with the introduction of movable-type printing. Typographic printing flourished at various temples on Hieizan from the Keicho to Kan'ei periods (1596-1644), and with the publication of Chinese works as well as Tendai scriptures..."-K.B. Gardner, "Centres of Printing in Medieval Japan: late Heian to early Edo period" in British Library Occasional Papers 11. Japanese Studies (ed. by Yu-Ying Brown), London: 1990, p. 164.Zhiyi (538-97), was the founder of the Tiantai (Japanese: Tendai) tradition of Buddhism in China. "Tiantai was the earliest of the three great traditions to emerge in the sixth and seventh centuries (Faxiang and Huayan being the other two), and it wrought a fundamental change in Chinese Buddhism, marking a shift away from the kind of translation and exegesis that had been driven mainly by a desire to understand correctly the writings of the Indian master … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc. [United States]
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2020-04-18 22:01:06
PEREZ (Antonio).
109099 PEREZ (Antonio). Retrato al vivo del Natural de la Fortuna. 1625 PEREZ (Antonio). Retrato al vivo del Natural de la Fortuna. En Rhodanusia (Paris?), 1625. in-8. 31pp. 394pp. (i.e. 384). Plein vélin du temps, titre inscrit à l'encre sur le dos à une date postérieure. Première Edition sous ce titre des "Relaciones" qui, malgré son lieu d'impression fantaisiste, sort visiblement des mêmes presses parisiennes que les éditions de 1598. Le titre est orné de la même gravure représentant des chaînes et des outils de torture, qui passe pour être la première représentation graphique de la fameuse "Légende Noire" espagnole (cf. Marañon).Tombé en disgrâce pour trahison, le secrétaire d'Etat Antonio Pérez del Hierro (1540-1611) avait échappé aux poursuites de la couronne d'Espagne en s'exilant à l'étranger, où il publia plusieurs ouvrages à charge contre l'Espagne et son roi Philippe II.Il semble exister plusieurs tirage avec une pagination différente. Bel exemplaire de ce livre très rare dont un seul exemplaire est conservé dans les collections publiques espagnoles (Real Academia de Ciencias Morales y Políticas). Palau, 219067 (qui classe l'ouvrage parmi les titres apocryphes et d'authenticité douteuse). Cf. Marañon, Antonio Pérez, el hombre, el drama, la época (1927).
Bookseller: livresrarescom [Barcelona, Spain]
2020-04-16 09:23:18
FERNANDEZ NAVARRETE (Pedro).
97885 FERNANDEZ NAVARRETE (Pedro). Carta de Lelio Peregrino a Stanislao Borbio, P 1625 FERNANDEZ NAVARRETE (Pedro). Carta de Lelio Peregrino a Stanislao Borbio, Privado del Rey de Polonia. En Madrid, en la Imprenta Real, 1625. in-4. (2ff.blancs). 4ff. 19ff. chiffrés. 1f. Cartonnage postérieur. Edition Originale de ce texte politique sur l'art du gouvernement et l'importance du rôle des conseillers royaux.Pedro Fernández Navarrete fut l'un des meilleurs économistes espagnols de son temps; en 1621 il avait publié ses "Discursos Politicos", ouvrage important qui analysait notamment les causes du déclin espagnol et à la suite duquel fut joint le présent opuscule dans les éditions parues à partir de 1792.Quelques rousseurs et traces de mouillures claires. Très rare. Palau, 89494.
Bookseller: livresrarescom [Barcelona, ES]
2020-04-16 01:33:06
WITTENBERG, University of].
Wittenberg, Kaspar Heyden, 1625. [bound with:]---. Tomus secundus disputationum theologicarum, in academia Wittebergensi ab anno 1606 usq[ue] ad 1611 publice habitarum . Cum quadruplici indice. Wittenberg, Christian Thamm, 1623.Two vols in one, 8vo, pp. [xvi], 914, [72]; [xvi], 1019, [45]; engraved head- and tail-pieces and initials; some browning, small loss to fore-edge of title-page to vol. I where name of former owner partly removed, paper repair to fore-edge of leaf (:)7; a very good copy in 18th-century stiff vellum, overlapping edges, title inked to spine, blue edges, small chips to head and tail of spine, bottom corners scraped, small stains to covers; some marginal ink annotations and underlining in vol. I, note recording purchase of the volume in 1769 on front pastedown.A collection of twenty-eight disputations held at the University of Wittenberg by Lutheran theologians and their students between 1600 and 1611. The disputations cover much ground, including the Eucharist, Church councils, canonical scripture, predestination, original sin, Christ's ascension, the antichrist, heretics, the Trinity, baptism, the Church Militant, sin and blasphemy. Among those named as 'praeses' are several staunch Wittenberg Lutherans such as Leonhard Hutter, Salomon Gesner, Aegidius Hunnius, David Runge, Georg Mylius, Friedrich Balduin, and Wolfgang Franz, while the respondents include Matthias Hoë, Hermann Samson, Balthasar Meisner, Aegidius Strauch (three times a respondent), Nicolaus Hunnius, and Johann Behm. Both volumes are equipped with substantial indexes.This sammelband comp … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bernard Quaritch Ltd ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2020-04-13 00:09:04
Tassoni, Alessandro
Gio. Batt. Bidelli, 1625. in-12°, 138x80 mm, leg. coeva in pergamena, con titolo manoscritto al dorso; pp. [24], 249, [3]; iniziali xilografiche; frontespizio a caratteri neri con vignetta. Prima edizione milanese e terza edizione (la prima fu pubblicata in Pariggi [i.e. Venezia] nel 1622) di questo famosissimo poema eroicomico di Alessandro Tassoni (1565-1635), legato con il primo canto del poema "Oceano" sempre del Tassoni. Prov.: Iscrizioni d'appartenenza manoscritte al frontespizio (non chiaramente leggibbili). Due piccoli timbri a inchiostro rosso-bruno in fondo al frontespizio (stemma entro ovale con le iniziali M.S.). Presenza di alcune annotazioni e sottolineature a matita. Rif.: IT\ICCU\LO1E\025136 (4 copie). OCLC, 254293907. Cond.: Leggere tracce d'uso alla legatura. Lievi ed occasionali aloni d'umido e rare bruniture alla carte. Opera nel complesso in buone condizioni.
Bookseller: Studio bibliografico Collezionando [Italy]
2020-04-12 10:20:09
Markham, Gervase
Printed for Roger Jackson, 1625. Condition: Rebound c1800, title page and first page tanned, small wormhole in margin of pages 23-48, hinges lightly worn but held, bookplate to front pastedown, inscription to top of title page, small tears to last two leaves with no loss to text, slight trimming to end leaf that slightly affects the headline, watermarks in margins of pages 1-8, light rubbing to spines and corners with repairs to joints, good condition. [6], 160 pages, in text engravings, illustrated headpieces and capitals.
Bookseller: Keogh's Books [United Kingdom]
2020-04-11 13:40:19
Berlich, Matthias
Gothofredi Grosii Bibliopolae, Leipzig, 1625. Marmorierter nachgebundener Halbpergamentband mit sechs Bünden und Titel auf Rücken (16 x 19,5 cm). Roter Vollfarbschnitt. 38, 623, 54, 1080, 67 teilweise unpaginierte Seiten. Titelblätter in Rot-Schwarz-Druck. Mit einem Kupferstich-Frontispiz bzw. Porträt Matthias Berlichs (datiert 1619), Zierleisten sowie dekorativen illustrierten Schluß- und Verlagsvignetten. Erster Teil: 1625. Zweiter Teil: 1640.; Jahr: 1625; Format: Oktav; Anzahl der Seiten: 38, 623, 54, 1080, 44, 1080, 68; Auflage: 1.; Zustand: 3 (Leichter Wurmfraß an Innenfalz des Vorderdeckels. Exlibris und Inhaberstempel von Dr. Joachim Haas auf Vorsatz. Papier gebräunt und stockfleckig. Insgesamt jedoch altersentsprechend gut erhalten.)Auf Grund der Versandkostenvorgaben von AbeBooks/ZVAB (die Versandkostenkalkulation richtet sich nicht nach Gewicht, sondern nach Anzahl der Artikel), kann es bei Titeln mit über 1000 Gramm Gewicht oder größeren Formaten zu höheren Portokosten kommen. Nach Bestelleingang erfolgt eine Anfrage, ob Sie einverstanden sind. 1815 gr. 38, 623, 54, 1080, 44, 1080, 68 pages. Leichter Wurmfraß an Innenfalz des Vorderdeckels. Exlibris und Inhaberstempel von Dr. Joachim Haas auf Vorsatz. Papier gebräunt und stockfleckig. Insgesamt jedoch altersentsprechend gut erhalten. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Immanuel, Einzelhandel [Steinebach a.d. Wied, Germany]
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2020-04-04 16:17:12
FERNANDEZ NAVARRETE (Pedro).
En Madrid, en la Imprenta Real, 1625. in-4. (2ff.blancs). 4ff. 19ff. chiffrés. 1f. Cartonnage postérieur. Edition Originale de ce texte politique sur l'art du gouvernement et l'importance du rôle des conseillers royaux. Pedro Fernández Navarrete fut l'un des meilleurs économistes espagnols de son temps; en 1621 il avait publié ses "Discursos Politicos", ouvrage important qui analysait notamment les causes du déclin espagnol et à la suite duquel fut joint le présent opuscule dans les éditions parues à partir de 1792. Quelques rousseurs et traces de mouillures claires. Très rare. Palau, 89494. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2020-04-02 08:04:33
Sleidanus, Johannes
Straßburg: von der Heyden, 1625. Johannes Sleidanus: Joan. Sleidani Veri Et Ad Nostra tempora usque continuati, Das ist/ Warhafftige Beschreibung allerley fürnem[m]er Händel und Geschichten/ so sich in Glaubens und andern Weltlichen Sachen/ bey Regierung der ... KeyserenCaroli V. Ferdinandi I. Maximiliani II. Rudolphi II. Und Matthiae I. ... So wol inn- als ausserhalb deß H. Röm. Reichs Teutscher Nation/ biß auff daß 1620. Jahr nach Christi Geburt/ begeben und zugetragen Autor/en: Johannes Sleidanus Titel: Joan. Sleidani Veri Et Ad Nostra tempora usque continuati, Das ist/ Warhafftige Beschreibung allerley fürnem[m]er Händel und Geschichten/ so sich in Glaubens und andern Weltlichen Sachen/ bey Regierung der ... KeyserenCaroli V. Ferdinandi I. Maximiliani II. Rudolphi II. Und Matthiae I. ... So wol inn- als ausserhalb deß H. Röm. Reichs Teutscher Nation/ biß auff daß 1620. Jahr nach Christi Geburt/ begeben und zugetragen Verlag: von der Heyden Ort: Straßburg Jahr: 1625 Einband: Blindgepregtes Schweinsleder der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit Schließen. Zustand: Der Artikel befindet sich in einem sehr guten Zustand. Seitenzahl: 824, 396, 386, 1612, 604 Spalten Format: 2° Bilder/Abb.: Titel- und Portaitkupfer. Mit in Kupfer gest. Titelbordüren Bemerkung: Andere und umb viel mehr verbesserte Edition / Durch M. Oseam Schadaeum ... / Wie dieselbige anfänglich von weyland Herren Johanne Sleidano In Lateinischer Sprach verfertiget/ und hernach verteutscht worden: Jetzmals aber mit dem rechten Lateinischen Original Conferirt und verbessert/ ... auch biß auff unsere Zeit auß vielen fürtre … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bücherwurm (antiquariat_buecherwurm_kiel) [Knooper Weg 144, Kiel, DE]
2020-03-30 09:00:02
Tabernaemontanus, Jakob Theodor (d. i. Jakob Dietrich von Bergzabern
Frankfurt am Main, Paul Jacobi für Johann Dreutels 1625. Mit etwa 2400 Holzschnitten im Text, 3 gestochenen Titeln, 642 S., 29 Bll. (Register); 3 Bll., 598 S., 1 Bl., 202 S., 22 Bll. Folio, späterer Halblederband des 19. Jahrhunderts. Gering fleckig, etwas beschnitten, 1. Titel hinterlegt, letzte Seite mit Löchlein, Vorsätze erneuert, Einband bestoßen, Rücken tlw. beschädigt. Versand D: 5,00 EUR
Bookseller: HISTORICA Antiquariat Bert Wawrzinek [Germany]
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