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2017-04-04 18:06:33
Kupferstich bei S. Latomus aus Bellus, 1625, 19 x 30 cm. Schefold 11243; Fauser 15522. - Mit Kopftitel und gestochenen Erklärungen A - L. - Ausdrucksstarke Darstellung. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Baden-Württemberg
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bierl
2017-04-04 11:46:47
Richard Sheldon.
William Jones., Dwelling In Red-Crosse Street, London. 1625 - 52 pages. One of the Paules Crosse Conversion Sermons printed between 1614-1649. Later half calf (early 19th century) with marbled paper boards, trimmed close with an occasional cut into the headings and side marginalia printed notes. On page 17 there is a written name "Ann Allin, her book". There is a little light aging, but nothing out of order and all very good, printed on pure rag made paper. Small quarto. 1625. * Allin name is uncommon. There were Allins who owned and built Somerleyton Hall in Suffolk and another group who went to America in the 1630's. ** The author was the Charles' 1st Chaplain until this sermon appeared. A convert out of Catholicism. After this sermon was printed he lost his position and was for a time held in the Tower of London to appease the Pope? It is I believe still on their "Banned Book catalogue". It revealed that the Catholic Church was a masquerade for the Devil as Signified in Revelations. It caused a stir and Chrales and his advisors bowed to pressure to have it withdrawn and the author punished. He was never in any prominent position again, he had few influential friends and died about 1642. *** There are two ex-libris bookplates of the book once belonging to Robert Fisher Tomes and Horace F. Allen. The first was a Farmer & Zoologist who's collection now resides in the British Museum and a bird collection in Worcester. He also contributed to 2 Victorian Histories and died in 1904. The small neat bookplates are inside front cover. ****11 possible copies located on Copac in Uni … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Colophon Books. PBFA
2017-04-01 11:28:10
HAKLUYT Richard
Bookseller: Bauman Rare Books [U.S.A.]
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2017-03-14 14:46:22
Jean SLEIDAN
New edition, revised by Oseas Schadaeus (1586-1626) who was a columnist and editor of historical works. This book appeared for the first time in 1555 under the title De statu religionis and reipublicae Carolo Quinto, Caesare Commeentarii. The copy shown 25 text-portraits out of popes and emperors, headbands and tail-lamp and a figure in-text on page 747. Title frontispiece for each of the four parts and more frontispiece representing the first two allegories, one faith, one of the force, framing the full title of the book. In the upper part, a winged woman with the scepter and the imperial orb overlaps the world, accompanied by the caption "Germania domitrix Gentium."Contemporary binding in full vellum, flat spine decorated head of a security pen. Back slightly cracked in two places at the head and cracked tail, discreet mark of an old bookplate pasted previously on the first contreplat. Small burn with tiny lack of text between columns 498 and 499, a few waterstains in lower margin slips on some minor, very small burn without noticeable lack of the portrait of Gregory XIV between columns 380 and 381.This is one of the many editions of De statu religionis and reipublicae, published in 1555, major work by Jean Sleidan (v.1506-1556), Luxembourg historian. Employee of the cardinal du Bellay in the 1540s, he participated in the diets of Regensburg and Speyer and rallied to Protestant ideas, he moved to Strasbourg to escape the action of Francis I taken against Protestants. This contemporary of his life is crucial for writing what would become the Veri and ad usque tempora NOTRA … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [France]
2017-03-08 20:55:36
Barclay John.; LONG Kingsmill translator
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd.
2017-03-06 01:14:26
Boccaccio, Giovanni
London: Isaac Jaggard, 1625. First complete English edition (second edition of the first volume, first edition of the second volume). Vol. I woodcut title border [McKerrow & Ferguson 212], vol. II border of six woodcuts, repeated throughout text. Collation: A^6(-A1, blank) B-V^6 2A^8 2B-2N^6(-N6, blank); π^4(-π1, blank) -2^4 3^2 B-2Z^4 3A^6. 4to. Full modern brown morocco, gilt, a.e.g., by Riviere & Son. Free endpapers rehinged, vol. I title expertly restored at margins, with a few small portions of woodcut border in facsimile, a few other leaves with small paper repairs, some light toning and occasional soiling throughout. In a custom brown morocco-backed slipcase. First complete English edition (second edition of the first volume, first edition of the second volume). Vol. I woodcut title border [McKerrow & Ferguson 212], vol. II border of six woodcuts, repeated throughout text. Collation: A^6(-A1, blank) B-V^6 2A^8 2B-2N^6(-N6, blank); π^4(-π1, blank) -2^4 3^2 B-2Z^4 3A^6. 4to. The first complete edition in English of Boccaccio's Decameron, the second edition of volume I, the first edition of volume II. The translator is unknown, though John Florio has been suggested. The Stationer's Register records a 1587 translation by John Wolfe, but no copies survive. Boccaccio's masterpiece was influential on the authors of Elizabethan England - at least fifty-four English plays, including several works by Shakespeare, have plots derived from the Decameron. The two volumes were first issued in 1620, both under the title The Decameron. When the first volume was reprinted in 1625, … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-03-06 01:14:26
Boccaccio, Giovanni
London: Isaac Jaggard, 1625. First complete English edition (second edition of the first volume, first edition of the second volume). Vol. I woodcut title border [McKerrow & Ferguson 212], vol. II border of six woodcuts, repeated throughout text. Collation: A^6(-A1, blank) B-V^6 2A^8 2B-2N^6(-N6, blank); π^4(-π1, blank) -2^4 3^2 B-2Z^4 3A^6. 4to. Full modern brown morocco, gilt, a.e.g., by Riviere & Son. Free endpapers rehinged, vol. I title expertly restored at margins, with a few small portions of woodcut border in facsimile, a few other leaves with small paper repairs, some light toning and occasional soiling throughout. In a custom brown morocco-backed slipcase. First complete English edition (second edition of the first volume, first edition of the second volume). Vol. I woodcut title border [McKerrow & Ferguson 212], vol. II border of six woodcuts, repeated throughout text. Collation: A^6(-A1, blank) B-V^6 2A^8 2B-2N^6(-N6, blank); π^4(-π1, blank) -2^4 3^2 B-2Z^4 3A^6. 4to. The first complete edition in English of Boccaccio's Decameron, the second edition of volume I, the first edition of volume II. The translator is unknown, though John Florio has been suggested. The Stationer's Register records a 1587 translation by John Wolfe, but no copies survive. Boccaccio's masterpiece was influential on the authors of Elizabethan England - at least fifty-four English plays, including several works by Shakespeare, have plots derived from the Decameron. The two volumes were first issued in 1620, both under the title The Decameron. When the first volume was reprinted in 1625, … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-03-06 01:14:26
Boccaccio, Giovanni
London: Isaac Jaggard, 1625. First complete English edition (second edition of the first volume, first edition of the second volume). Vol. I woodcut title border [McKerrow & Ferguson 212], vol. II border of six woodcuts, repeated throughout text. Collation: A^6(-A1, blank) B-V^6 2A^8 2B-2N^6(-N6, blank); π^4(-π1, blank) -2^4 3^2 B-2Z^4 3A^6. 4to. Full modern brown morocco, gilt, a.e.g., by Riviere & Son. Free endpapers rehinged, vol. I title expertly restored at margins, with a few small portions of woodcut border in facsimile, a few other leaves with small paper repairs, some light toning and occasional soiling throughout. In a custom brown morocco-backed slipcase. First complete English edition (second edition of the first volume, first edition of the second volume). Vol. I woodcut title border [McKerrow & Ferguson 212], vol. II border of six woodcuts, repeated throughout text. Collation: A^6(-A1, blank) B-V^6 2A^8 2B-2N^6(-N6, blank); π^4(-π1, blank) -2^4 3^2 B-2Z^4 3A^6. 4to. The first complete edition in English of Boccaccio's Decameron, the second edition of volume I, the first edition of volume II. The translator is unknown, though John Florio has been suggested. The Stationer's Register records a 1587 translation by John Wolfe, but no copies survive. Boccaccio's masterpiece was influential on the authors of Elizabethan England - at least fifty-four English plays, including several works by Shakespeare, have plots derived from the Decameron. The two volumes were first issued in 1620, both under the title The Decameron. When the first volume was reprinted in 1625, … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-03-06 01:14:26
Boccaccio, Giovanni
London: Isaac Jaggard, 1625; 1620. First complete English edition (second edition of the first volume, first edition of the second volume). Vol. I woodcut title border [McKerrow & Ferguson 212], vol. II border of six woodcuts, repeated throughout text. Collation: A^6(-A1, blank) B-V^6 2A^8 2B-2N^6(-N6, blank); π^4(-π1, blank) ¶-2¶^4 3¶^2 B-2Z^4 3A^6. 4to. The first complete edition in English of Boccaccio's Decameron, the second edition of volume I, the first edition of volume II. The translator is unknown, though John Florio has been suggested. The Stationer's Register records a 1587 translation by John Wolfe, but no copies survive. Boccaccio's masterpiece was influential on the authors of Elizabethan England -- at least fifty-four English plays, including several works by Shakespeare, have plots derived from the Decameron. The two volumes were first issued in 1620, both under the title The Decameron. When the first volume was reprinted in 1625, "No complementary edition of the second volume was published. Possibly because, when the present was called for, Jaggard was still able to supply copies of the first edition" (Pforzheimer). Three years after printing the first edition, Jaggard went on to print the First Folio of Shakespeare (1623). STC 3173 & 3172; Pforzheimer 71 & 72; Grolier, Wither to Prior 250; Lowndes 224. Full modern brown morocco, gilt, a.e.g., by Riviere & Son. Free endpapers rehinged, vol. I title expertly restored at margins, with a few small portions of woodcut border in facsimile, a few other leaves with small paper repairs, some light toning and occasi … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-03-04 18:33:19
KEPLER, Johannes.
Marburg: Caspar Chemlin, 1624-1625. First edition of Kepler's logarithmic tables, the basis of his monumental Rudolphine Tables, constructed by means of his own original method. Of the greatest rarity, especially complete with the correction leaf and the second part, which gives examples of the application of logarithms and details of their construction. Only one other copy of this work has appeared at auction in the past fifty years. Provenance: The Earls of Macclesfield, Shirburn Castle, with engraved bookplate, shelf-mark on front pastedown, and blind-stamped Macclesfield crest on blank margins of first three leaves. It was through the use of these tables that Kepler was able to complete his monumental Tabulae Rudolphinae (1627), the superiority of which "constituted a strong endorsement of the Copernican system, and insured the tables' dominance in the field of astronomy throughout the seventeenth century" (Norman). But logarithms played an even more important role in Kepler's astronomical work, since without them he may never have discovered his third law of planetary motion. Kepler discovered this law early in 1618, at the same time that he first had access to tables of logarithms (see below). Moreover, his initial formulation of the third law was (to use modern terminology) in terms of a log-log plot, rather than the more familiar terms of squared periods and cubed distances: "The proportion between the periodic times of any two planets is precisely one and a half times the proportion of the mean distances" (Werke VI, 302). "In a sense, logarithms played a role in … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SOPHIA RARE BOOKS
2017-03-04 13:45:06
Anonymus
ohne Orts- und Jahresangabe, um 1625. großer Original-Kupferstich auf rückseitig unbedrucktem Büttenblatt, bildliche Darstellung ca. 18 x 29 cm, kräftiger und sauberer Abzug vom Druckstock, von alter Hand bis an den Plattenrand beschnitten und auf Bütten der Zeit montiert, Blattgröße ca. 26 x 38 cm, geglättete Mittelfalz, im oberen Bereich minimal faltspurig, im Himmel rechts über "Speir" ein kleiner Braunfleck, ansonsten bemerkenswert gut erhaltenen und extrem detailreich, wobei über den Neckar hinweg sogar Fenster einzelner Häuser, Soldaten und Spieße erkennbar sind, sehr selten - großer und/oder schwerer Artikel mit zusätzlichen Kosten für Versand und Versicherung - heavy and/or oversized item with additional costs for shipping and insurance - please ask us before you order this article
Bookseller: historicArt Antiquariat & Kunsthandlung [Germany]
2017-03-04 00:46:26
FABRICI, Girolamo (FABRICIUS AB AQUAPENDENTE, Hieronymus)
Padua: Roberti Meglietti, 1625. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. 5 parts in one volume. Folio (403 x 273 mm). General title with engraved printer's device, [4], 150, [2] pp, 34 plates (including unnumbered plate on verso of plate XI, 11 double page), engraving to K4 recto a duplicate of K2 (as called for); 23 [1] pp., 8 plates (1 double page); 68, [2] pp., 7 plates (including 4 unnumbered bound at the end); 27, [5] pp., 1 plate; 27, [3] pp. In total fifty engraved copper plates of which twelve are double-page. Contemporary sprinkled calf, spine with 5 raised bands gilt in compartments (binding rubbed, corners and extremities worn, joints slighty cracked), marbled pastedowns. Internally fresh, with only very minor spotting, marginal finger soiling and browning, most plates with the edges folded in, one plate with tear to upper margin affecting image (expertly restored). Leaves may come from two different copies. They have been carefully cleaned and recased. There is a presentation inscription by the anatomist and neurologist Sir Charles Bell (1774-1842) on the first flyleaf: "George J. Bell from his uncle Sir Charles Bell." Sir Charles Bell's brother was George Joseph Bell (1770-1843), a distinguished Scottish advocate; George J. Bell was one of his sons. Presentation inscriptions by Charles Bell, possibly the most distinguished anatomist and physiologist of his time, are of considerable ----NLM/Krivatsy 3804/3831 ; Norman 750 ; Wellcome I, 2126 ; Waller 2886 ; Hirsch-H. II, 460 ff. ; Grolier Medicine 27b ; Franklin, « Valves in veins : An historical surve … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books
2017-03-03 21:46:53
CERVANTES SAAVEDRA, Miguel de.
Brussels: Huberto Antonio, 1625. 2nd Edition. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. 8vo (171 x 101 mm). [16], 608 pp. Woodcut initials in text. Contemporary plain vellum with yapp edges (little soiling, spotting and browning to boards, spine with sign of removed shelf-mark labels). Light even browning of text, very little occasional spotting, a few small wormholes to lower blank margin of first few pages, old ink signature to title-page. Provenance: Landesbibliothek Halle (small deaccession ink stamp on title verso). A fine, untouched copy with good impression on strong paper. ----Palau 53412; Peeters-Fontainas 241; Simon Diaz 8, 561; USTC 5038771. The second Brussels edition of Cervantes' Novelas, originally published in Madrid in 1613. Very rare with only four copies recorded at auction in the past 50 years. Novelas exemplares ("Exemplary Novels") is a series of twelve novellas written by Miguel de Cervantes between 1590 and 1612. First published in Madrid in 1613 by Juan de la Cuesta, the novellas were well received in the wake of the first part of Don Quixote. They are usually grouped into two series: those characterized by an idealized nature and those of more realistic nature. Those idealized in nature are characterized by plots dealing with amorous entanglements, by improbable plots, by the presence of idealized characters and psychological development, and the low reflection of reality. The novellas show the political, social and historical problems of Cervantes' Spain and show off his immersion in Spain's life and how aware he was of the prevailing problems. Very G … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books
2017-03-03 15:22:29
GROTIUS, Hugo...
Paris: Nicolas Buon, 1625. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 4to (240 x 169 mm). [36], 1-506, [2], 553-786, [78] pp. Signatures: a?6 e?4 i?4 o?4 A-3B4 3C2 3D-3S4 4A-5Q4. Including blank leaves o4 and 3S4, addenda leaves 5Q2-3, and errata leaf 5Q4. Title printed in red and black, roman and italic type, a few words or phrases in Greek type, shoulder notes. Woodcut printer's device on title, woodcut head and tail-pieces and floriated initials. Contemporary French calf, spine with 5 raised bands richly gilt in compartments and with gilt-lettering in 2nd compartment (extremities rubbed, corners bumped and worn, boards rubbed, foot of spine little chipped), marbled endpapers, red-sprinkled edges. Leaves a3 and a4 loose, short tear in blank margin of p.213, little occasional spotting and browning of text, small wormhole to lower corner of first few leaves. Occasional light pencil annotations, text markings and corrections in contemporary hand. Provenance: M. de Kernier (bookplate to front pastedown), De Lherbetti, Lieutenant Criminel au Chateau du Loire (inscription on title-page). An outstanding, clean and completely unsophisticated copy. ----FIRST EDITION of the 'foundation of modern international law' (PMM). A prodigy in his youth, Grotius became a statesman and thinker of the greatest integrity whose influence on modern European thought can scarcely be overestimated. In 1619, cutting short a successful career in the law and diplomacy, Grotius was sentenced to life imprisonment in the Louvestein fortress in Holland by order of the stadtholder, Prince Maurice of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books
2017-03-03 15:22:29
EUCLID / Ed. HARDY, Claude.
Paris: Melchior Mondiere, 1625. Very rare editio princeps of this important text by Euclid, his only work in pure geometry, other than the Elements, to have survived in Greek. It is here accompanied by a commentary, or rather an introduction, by Marinus of Naples (5th century AD), the pupil and biographer of Proclus. Although the importance of the first printing of any Euclidean text goes without saying, the work is of particular interest given contemporary developments in French geometry -- Descartes, Mersenne, Fermat, etc., to whose circle the translator Claude Hardy belonged. "The Data ... is closely connected with books I-VI of the Elements. It is concerned with the different senses in which things are said to be given. Thus areas, straight lines, angles, and ratios are said to be "given in magnitude" when we can make others equal to them. Rectilineal figures are "given in species" or "given in form" when their angles and the ratio of their sides are given. Points, lines, and angles are "given in position" when they always occupy the same place, and so on. After the definitions there follow ninety-four propositions, in which the object is to prove that if certain elements of a figure are given, other elements are also given in one of the defined senses" (DSB IV.524). The most interesting propositions are a group of four which are exercises in geometrical algebra corresponding to Elements 11.28, 29. Proposition 58 reads: "If a given area be applied to a given straight line so as to be deficient by a figure given in form, the breadths of the deficiency are given;" Pr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SOPHIA RARE BOOKS
2017-03-02 17:00:01
Richard Sheldon.
Dwelling In Red-Crosse Street, London.: William Jones., 1625. 1st Edition . Half-Calf . Very Good. 52 pages. One of the Paules Crosse Conversion Sermons printed between 1614-1649. Later half calf (early 19th century) with marbled paper boards, trimmed close with an occasional cut into the headings and side marginalia printed notes. On page 17 there is a written name "Ann Allin, her book". There is a little light aging, but nothing out of order and all very good, printed on pure rag made paper. Small quarto. 1625. * Allin name is uncommon. There were Allins who owned and built Somerleyton Hall in Suffolk and another group who went to America in the 1630's. ** The author was the Charles' 1st Chaplain until this sermon appeared. A convert out of Catholicism. After this sermon was printed he lost his position and was for a time held in the Tower of London to appease the Pope? It is I believe still on their "Banned Book catalogue". It revealed that the Catholic Church was a masquerade for the Devil as Signified in Revelations. It caused a stir and Chrales and his advisors bowed to pressure to have it withdrawn and the author punished. He was never in any prominent position again, he had few influential friends and died about 1642. *** There are two ex-libris bookplates of the book once belonging to Robert Fisher Tomes and Horace F. Allen. The first was a Farmer & Zoologist who's collection now resides in the British Museum and a bird collection in Worcester. He also contributed to 2 Victorian Histories and died in 1904. The small neat bookplates are inside front cover. ****11 po … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-02-24 22:36:46
Kilian, Wolfgang:
Augsburg 1625. Kl.-Fol. Mit gestochenem Titel, gestoch. Wappen, gestoch. dopelblattgr. gefalt. Stammtafel, gestoch. Karte und 22 gestoch., tls. in der Platte sign. Porträts. Zusammen 40 Bl. (A2-V2). Hpgt. (um 1850) mit goldgepr. Rtit. (etw. berieben). Erste deutsche Ausgabe dieser prachtvollen Sammlung barocker Porträts der Kurfürsten und Herzöge von Sachsen im Oval, beginnend mit Friedrich I. (der Streitbare). - Die Karte von Sachsen mit großer allegorischer Kartusche. - VD 17 12:634544F. Lipperheide Da 18. Thieme/Becker XX, 303. - Einige Blatt mit papierbedingten Läsuren im Bund, die Stammtafel mit kleinem Riß in der Bugfalte, das Porträt von Friedrich III. papierbedingt mit Riß im Rand. Stellenweise etw. fleckig. Insgesamt gutes, dekoratives Exemplar einer Adelsbibliothek, mit deren Exlibris auf dem Spiegel. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Porträtwerk
Bookseller: Antiquariat Sander
2017-02-22 13:40:44
Claes Jansz VISSCHER (1587 - 1652)
1625. La celebre carte à figure del Visscher, nella sua seconda edizione, datata al 1630. Intorno al 1625 il Visscher pubblica questo nuovo prototipo di carta con la bordura ornamentale che fu subito dopo copiata da Janssonius e Jodocus Hondius jr. La carta è firmata in lastra da Nicolas Iohannis Visscher, mentre la firma dell'incisore Abraham Goos è in basso a sinistra. La bordura contiene le vedute delle principali città, in gran parte ispirate al Civitates Orbis Terrarum di Braun & Hogenberg: Roma, Napoli, Venezia, Firenze, Genova, Verona nella parte superiore, Parma, Siena, Pozzuoli e Velletri in quella inferiore. Sui lati sono raffigurati costumi popolari, perlopiù di derivazione dall'iconografia del Habiti antichi et moderni di tutto il mondo pubblicata nel 1590 da Cesare Vecellio. Secondo Gunter Schilder, nel volume VI del suo Monumenta Cartographica Neederlandica, sono conosciuti quattro differenti stati di questa mappa; il primo non reca nel cartiglio nessuna data, mentre gli altri la data 1630, 1633 e 1652. Inoltre siamo a conoscenza di un esemplare con data 1645. Incisione in rame, finemente colorata a mano, rifilata oltre la bordura ed applicata su antico supporto cartaceo, minime tracce di restauro alla piega centrale, piccole abrasioni, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. Example of the second state, with the date 1630. Around 1625 Visscher published a new prototype of map with a decorative border which has been then copied by Janssonius ans Jodocus Hondius jr. The map is signed on plate by Nicolas Iohannis Visscher, while the engraver Abraham Goos … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2017-02-20 05:14:01
Georgio Draudio [Georg Draud]
rancofurti ad Moenum- Balthasaris Ostern 1625 - A very scarce copy of the Bibliotheca Classica by Georg Draud. The original work was split into four continuously paginated sections and a supplement, in two volumes. The four sections had separate headers and were as follows: Libri Theologica, Libri Iuridici, Libri Medicorum and Libri Historici, Geographici et Politici. This volume contains the complete first section, Libri Theologica. In Latin. Though not the complete multi-volume work, any volume of this work is scarce. Might benefit from some work to the binding. Georg Draud, also styled George Draudius, was a German author and bibliographer. This work, his magnum opus, is a comprehensive catalogue of the titles of works which had, until the year 1624, appeared for sale at Frankfurt book fairs. A useful work, particularly as relates to early printed German texts, it updates Draud's earlier work of 1611 and arranges it more structurally and completely. Condition: In 19th century marbled paper covered boards. Externally, sound with bumping and rubbing. Front joint split with backstrip lifting. Front hinge strained. Rear jointtender with board loosening. Rear board has been bent and damage is evident to pastedown. Loss to corner of front free-endpaper. Internally, firmly bound aside from straining after preface. Pages browned with scattered foxing. Manuscript notes to a handful of pages, including signature to title page. Overall: GOOD ONLY [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Rooke Books PBFA [United Kingdom]
2017-02-20 05:14:01
Georgio Draudio [Georg Draud]
rancofurti ad Moenum- Balthasaris Ostern, 1625 Book. GOOD ONLY. Hardcover. A very scarce copy of the Bibliotheca Classica by Georg Draud. The original work was split into four continuously paginated sections and a supplement, in two volumes. The four sections had separate headers and were as follows: Libri Theologica, Libri Iuridici, Libri Medicorum and Libri Historici, Geographici et Politici. This volume contains the complete first section, Libri Theologica. In Latin. Though not the complete multi-volume work, any volume of this work is scarce. Might benefit from some work to the binding. Georg Draud, also styled George Draudius, was a German author and bibliographer. This work, his magnum opus, is a comprehensive catalogue of the titles of works which had, until the year 1624, appeared for sale at Frankfurt book fairs. A useful work, particularly as relates to early printed German texts, it updates Draud's earlier work of 1611 and arranges it more structurally and completely. Condition: In 19th century marbled paper covered boards. Externally, sound with bumping and rubbing. Front joint split with backstrip lifting. Front hinge strained. Rear jointtender with board loosening. Rear board has been bent and damage is evident to pastedown. Loss to corner of front free-endpaper. Internally, firmly bound aside from straining after preface. Pages browned with scattered foxing. Manuscript notes to a handful of pages, including signature to title page. Overall: GOOD ONLY.
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2017-02-11 13:40:22
CARDOINO (Cardoini) ANDREA.
s.a. (metà '600). Cm. 22, cc. 80. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena floscia con nervi passanti e titoli manoscritti al dorso. Esemplare genuino e ben conservato, stilato in grafia ben leggibile. Si tratta di uno degli esemplari di questa celebre storia che aveva solo circolazione manoscritta e stilata da Andrea Cardoino, ginevrino ma di origine napoletana. Operetta che viene considerata come d'interesse come fonte storica e per la vita ginevrina del tempo. Per ogni approfondimento rimandiamo alla bella ed esauriente descrizione presente nel dizionario biografico della Treccani.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2017-02-11 12:04:13
GIL POLO (Gaspar).
Hanoviae, Typis Wechelianis, 1625. - in-8. Titre gravé. 5ff. 315pp. 1 planche gravée dépliante. Plein vélin ivoire du temps, pièce de titre en maroquin rouge. Edition Originale de la première traduction latine du fameux roman espagnol "Diana Enamorada" (1564), "charmante suite de la 'Diane' de Montemayor, fort supérieure, contre l'usage, au livre qui lui a donné naissance" (Nodier). Cette traduction est due à l'érudit allemand Caspar von Barth (1587-1658), savant fantasque qui avait conçu le projet (resté inachevé) de donner une anthologie latine de la littérature universelle. L'un des artisans de la diffusion des romans espagnols dans les pays protestants, il avait déjà publié l'année précédente une traduction de "La Celestina" précédée par un important commentaire qui constitue la première monographie d'une œuvre littéraire espagnole publiée en Allemagne (cf. Tietz). Cette édition est ornée de 5 belles gravures en taille-douce, l'une d'elles dépliantes, représentant les scènes pastorales servant de cadre à l'intrigue. Papier bruni comme toujours, mais bel exemplaire relié à l'époque en vélin. Cf. Manfred Tietz, "El Barroco aleman y la literatura espanola" in: Barroco (Verbum, 2013). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas
2017-01-28 13:34:28
JACQUES CALLOT (1592 - 1635)
Radierungen "In Firenza", um 1625, 39,5 x 67 cm. Abzug des 19. Jahrhunderts. - Thieme-Becker Bd. V, S. 406: "Ganz besonders sei noch seine Meisterschaft in der Behandlung großer Menschenmengen innerhalb einer geschlossenen Komposition hervorgehoben. ... Die Darstellung des Florentiner Jahrmarkts, die sogen. `Madonna della Impruneta` ist in dieser Hinsicht das berühmte Hauptblatt". - Darstellungen des Volksfestes, das jährlich am 18. Oktober, anläßlich eines wundertätigen Madonnenbildes, auf dem Kirchplatz des toskanischen Ortes Impruneta unweit von Florenz gefeiert wurde. Nicht weniger als 1138 Menschen, 137 Hunde, 67 Esel und 45 Pferde können in der Radierung gezählt werden. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Künstlergraphik, Kostüme
Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat [Eurasburg, Germany]
2017-01-24 23:12:46
SLEIDAN Jean
- Chez Christoph von der Heyden, à Strasbourg 1625, in-folio (24,5x36,5cm), (32p.) ; 824col. ; (12p.) 396col. (6p.) (2f) 386col. (6p) (2f) 1664col. (14p) (1f) 604col. (6p.) (1f), relié. - Nuova edizione, riveduta da Oseas Schadaeus (1586-1626), che era un giornalista ed editore di opere storiche. Questo libro è apparso per la prima volta nel 1555 sotto il titolo De statu Religionis e reipublicae Carolo Quinto, Caesare Commeentarii. La copia mostrato 25 Testo-ritratti su papi e imperatori, fasce e la coda-lampada e una figura di testo a pagina 747. Titolo frontespizio per ciascuna delle quattro parti e più frontespizio che rappresentano i primi due allegorie, una sola fede, una delle più forza, che incorniciano il titolo completo del libro. Nella parte superiore, una donna alata con lo scettro e il globo imperiale, si sovrappone al mondo, accompagnato dalla didascalia "Germania domitrix Gentium". Contemporanea vincolante in piena pergamena, spina dorsale piatta capo di una penna di sicurezza decorata. Torna un po 'incrinato in due posti la testa e la coda incrinato, segno discreto di un antico ex libris incollato in precedenza sul primo contreplat. Piccola bruciare con piccola mancanza di testo tra le colonne 498 e 499, un paio di waterstains a minori scivola di margine su alcuni minori, molto piccolo di masterizzazione senza notevole mancanza del ritratto di Gregorio XIV tra le colonne 380 e 381. Questa è una delle tante edizioni del De statu religionis e reipublicae, pubblicato nel 1555, importanti lavori di Jean Sleidan (v.1506-1556), Lussemburgo storico. Impiegato del ca … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet
2017-01-21 14:29:35
Ottavio LEONI detto "Il Padovanino" (Roma 1578 circa - 1630)
1625. Acquaforte e bulino, 1625, firmato e datato in lastra in basso. Magnifica prova, ricca di toni, impressa su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, rifilata al rame, in eccellente stato di conservazione. Celebre per i suoi ritratti di tutta l'aristocrazia romana degli inizi del XVII secolo, il Leoni, romano di nascita, deve il suo soprannome alla città natale del padre, anch'egli pittore di ritratti, effigiato in questo lavoro. Bibliografia: Bartsch 28; Petrucci, Il Caravaggio acquafortista, pp. 35/46. Dimensioni 111x140
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2017-01-15 12:06:58
HART, James
9 p.l., 127, [1] pp. Small 4to, 19th-cent. red half-morocco & marbled boards (minor staining here & there, A6 a bit chipped at head but not touching text), spine lettered in gilt. London: R. Field for R. Mylbourne, 1625. First edition and quite uncommon. Hart (d. 1639), physician, studied in Paris and took his medical degree at Basel in 1609. He then travelled to Germany and on to Prague. Upon returning to England, he settled in Northampton where he established a practice and lived there for the rest of his life. "Hart's first published work was The Arraignement of Urines (1623), an abridged translation of De incerto, fallaci, urinarum judicio (1589) by Pieter van Foreest. This was followed in 1625 by [the present work]. Both works are dedicated to Charles I, then prince of Wales; they expose the fallacies of diagnosis by means of an examination of urine at the hands of ignorant persons, and attack three kinds of trespassers on the medical domain - unlicensed quacks, meddlesome old women, and, above all, clergymen."-ODNB. Each work was independently issued. Very good copy.
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2017-01-14 14:38:04
COMMELIN, Isaac.
, . . Alden & Landis 651/53; Borba de Moraes, p. 19. A lavishly illustrated work on the life and military career of Frederik Hendrik of Nassau, Prince of Orange, Dutch Stadtholder from 1625 to his death in 1647. It gives an ample account of the events of this period in the Dutch colonies and possessions in America. Among these are the conquest of Brazil and Piet Hein's capture of the Spanish Silver Fleet off the coast of Cuba, illustrated with finely engraved plates. Other plates show the sieges and battles fought against the Spanish in the Low Countries during the Eighty Years' War, including Groll, Bergen op Zoom, Venlo, Maastricht, Breda and others. With a library stamp of the "Dépot de la guerre" on the title-page and first page of the dedication. First and last three pages with the margins reinforced; the first and last plate mounted on new stubs. Pages 103-104 and plate 9 missing a part in the margin, the plate in part 2 near page 139 with a small tear. Some plates with a stain on the back and the first 16 ppages with a damp stain at the lower left. Nonetheless still a good copy.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2017-01-14 14:38:04
COMMELIN, Isaac.
Alden & Landis 651/53; Borba de Moraes, p. 19. A lavishly illustrated work on the life and military career of Frederik Hendrik of Nassau, Prince of Orange, Dutch Stadtholder from 1625 to his death in 1647. It gives an ample account of the events of this period in the Dutch colonies and possessions in America. Among these are the conquest of Brazil and Piet Hein's capture of the Spanish Silver Fleet off the coast of Cuba, illustrated with finely engraved plates. Other plates show the sieges and battles fought against the Spanish in the Low Countries during the Eighty Years' War, including Groll, Bergen op Zoom, Venlo, Maastricht, Breda and others. With a library stamp of the "Dépot de la guerre" on the title-page and first page of the dedication. First and last three pages with the margins reinforced; the first and last plate mounted on new stubs. Pages 103-104 and plate 9 missing a part in the margin, the plate in part 2 near page 139 with a small tear. Some plates with a stain on the back and the first 16 ppages with a damp stain at the lower left. Nonetheless still a good copy.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
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2017-01-13 11:46:53
Opitz, Martin
Pappband d. 19. Jh. mit rotem goldgepr. RSchild. VD17 23:295188F VD17 23:295190B. Manheimer 281. Faber du Faur 213. Dünnhaupt 3010, 3.I. (Breslauer Sammelausgabe C, Variante 1). Erste Ausgabe der zweiten von Opitz selbst herausgegebenen Sammlung, die nun gegenüber der von 1625 um einen zweiten Teil erweitert ist. Dieser ist musikgeschichtlich hochbedeutsam. Auf S. 211237 findet sich das vollständige von Heinrich Schütz vertonte Libretto zur ersten deutschen Oper Dafne von 1627, deren Musik verloren ist. Auf S. 382 folgt ein Gedicht an den Dresdener Lautenisten und Schütz-Schüler Johann Nauwach, auf S. 417 schließlich Opitz berühmtes Gedicht auf den Tod von Schützens Ehefrau Magdalena Wildeck 1625. Der erste Teil enthält auf S. 351 den Text des von Schütz vertonten Madrigals Tugend ist der beste Freund.... Gebräunt, Titelbl. zu Teil 1 etwas fleckig. Mit zeitgen. Besitzvermerk eines Matthaeus Bilger, von dem auch einige schöne hss. Anmerkungen stammen. Versand als versichertes Paket.
Bookseller: Carnuntum
2017-01-12 09:54:23
AVITY (Pierre d'), Seigneur de Montmartin (ou Davity).
Paris, Pierre Chevalier, 1625. Trois parties en un volume In-folio (380 x 255 mm) de (7)ff. dont le beau titre frontispice allégorique gravé en taille-douce par Crispin de Pas représentant dans la partie supérieure Louis XIII sur son tône et les quatre continents, au centre le roi dEspagne, lempereur des romains, des turcs et le grand cam de Tartarie et une vue de Paris en pied, 747 - 416 - 140 pp. Petites et pâles mouillures marginales en début d'ouvrage (40 premiers ff.), 2 ff. mal chiffrés (p.419 et p.105), restauration au frontispice et dernier feuillet. Hormis ces petits défauts l'intérieur est très frais. Plein veau brun glacé, dos à nerfs orné de caissons fleuronés, double filet doré en encadrement sur les plats, tranches rouges. Deux très légères épidermures au plat supérieur, infimes frottements. Reliure du XIXème éxecutée par J. Edmond Aberdeen avec étiquette de relieur au contre-plat . Edition nouvelle revue et augmentée de ce monumental ouvrage dont la première édition vit le jour en 1614. Une partie importante de cette vaste compilation de Pierre Davity (1573-1635) est consacrée à lhistoire de lAmérique et aux possessions de la couronne dEspagne, avec des passages sur les Philippines et des pages fort curieuses sur les coutumes religieuses des Aztèques et des Incas. Louvrage constitue par ailleurs une des sources méconnues du Rhin de Victor Hugo et du point de vue géographique cet ouvrage inspira Cyrano de Bergerac pour ces récits de voyages imaginaires. En intitulant son ouvrage les États et Empires de la Lune et du Soleil, Cyrano de Bergerac met en place u … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Bertran
2017-01-04 21:27:42
Vittichius / Wittichius, Christophorus / Wittich, Christoph
ca. 800 S. Lateinisch. Pergamenteinband. Rücken handschriftlich beschriftet. Einband und Rücken berieben, bestoßen, angeschmutzt, Hinterdeckel sehr leicht beschädigt, Schnitt angebräunt, angeschmutzt, Seiten etwas angebräunt, etwas lichtrandig, angeschmutzt, unbeschädigt, kein Textverlust, keine Anstreichungen, 3 Vorsatzblätter etwas beschädigt, Titelblatt mit Reparaturstelle, hndschr. Besitzervermerk auf Vorderdeckelinnenseite und 3. Vorsatzblatt, zufriedenstellender bis guter Zustand. (Christoph Wittich, 1625-1687, reformierter Theologe, begeistert Anhänger des Coccejus und der Philosophie Descartes, ist vermutlich der erets inhaber eines theologischen Lehrstuhls, der die Akkomodationsannahme offensiv entfaltet. Dies geschieht in 2 Dissertationen bereits 1953, 3 Jahre später betont und ergänzt er dies mit einer Dissertation über den Stil der Heiligen Schrift. 1659 bietet er in vorliegender Schrift eine umfassende Verteidigung seiner Gedanken zur Akkomodation, die mit ausführlichen hermeneutischen Analysen der gängigen antikopernikanischen dicta probantia schließt.) Wahrscheinlich Erstausgabe.
Bookseller: Verlag IL
2016-12-30 17:54:26
MORA, Guillem Ramon.
- Felipe Mey. Valencia. 1625. Estampat a despeses de la Deputacio. Folio. Portada + 7h.+372 pp.+17 h. 28,50 x 20,50 cm. Enc. Pergamino de época. Puntos de polilla que no afectan al texto.
Bookseller: Asilo del libro
2016-12-27 04:24:32
Montanus Arnoldus (1625-1683) Amsterdam
Artist: Montanus Arnoldus (-1683) Amsterdam; issued in: Amsterdam ; date: 1669 1625 - - technic: Copper print ; colorit: ; condition: Very good ; size in cm : 28 x 78 - description: Beautiful total view of the city of Miaco - Vita of the artist: Arnold Montanus (1625 -1683 ) was a Dutch teacher and author. He published books on theology, history, and geography of both Holland and far-away countries.Montanus, a Latinized form of van den Berg or van Bergen, was born in Amsterdam and studied theology at Leiden University. He became a minister in Schellingwoude in 1653 and in Schoonhoven in 1667, where he also became headmaster of the Latin School.His maps has been published by John Ogilby.
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG
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2016-12-16 06:33:21
Montanus, A.
4. 3 nn. Bll., 652 (statt 658) S., 11 nn. Bll. Mit 7 (von 16) Karten, 2 (von 32) Kupfern und 68 (von 70) Textkupfern. VD17 3:307896S. Graesse II/335 (Verfasser irrig Dapper). Mit folgenden Karten: Gesamt Nord- und Südamerika, Peru, Brasilien, Guayana/Amazonas, Paraguay, Chile und Südamerika. Die zwei Kupfer zeigen "Mauritiopolis" (=Mauritsstaad) sowie das Frontispiz. Ohne die 6 Porträts. Die Textkupfer in kräftigen, zum Teil satten Abzügen. Sie zeigen überwiegend Szenen aus der Natur (zoologisch), aber auch von Eingeborenen und deren Bräuchen. Jöcher III/625. Der niederländische Theologe Arnold Montanus (Amsterdam 1625-1683 Schoonhoven) verfasste neben seinem Amt als Prediger zahlreiche historische Schriften, die sich mit dem Leben der Völker in Übersee befassten. Die vorliegende Ausgabe ist die Erste Ausgabe in Deutschland, übersetzt von Olfert Dapper. - Vom Ledereinband der Zeit ist noch der teils zerschlissene Rücken erhalten (die Bindung ist in Ordnung) und der lose beiliegende Rückdeckel. Durchgehend wasserfleckig. Stellenweise Papier stockfleckig und gebräunt. Es fehlen die Textblätter S. 143/44 157/58 159/60. Einige Karten mit kleinem Loch. Die mehrfach gefaltete Gesamtkarte mit zahlreichen Einrissen in den Falzen. S. 83/84: großer Einriß am Rand mit Papierstreifen geklebt. S. 291-94 mit Fleck. Das gefaltete Kupfer von Mauritsstaat mit Durchriß im Falz.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Müller & Gräff e.K.
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