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2017-05-02 10:09:59
HONDIUS, H.
Authore Iona Sculteto. Engraved map of the Duchy of Glatz (Kladsko), seen from the west. 39x47 cm. Amsterdam. No date. [c. 1625]. With two decorative cartouches and a coat of arms. Edge reinforced. In limpid protective pocket.
Bookseller: Andersens Antikvariat [Glostrup, Denmark]
2017-05-01 15:12:17
Plutarco (Plutarcus)
Gio. Battista Combi, 1625. 8vo (cm. 30,1), 8 cc.nn., 377 pp.; 10 cc.nn., 399 pp. Primo frontis. in rosso e nero. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena con cinque nervi e titolo ms. al ds. Due scomparti ricoperti con nuova pergamena così come un lembo superiore del piatto anteriore. Qualche altra mancanza ai piatti e carte di guardia danneggiate. Interni buoni con un piccolo percorso di tarlo al margine di una quarantina di carte della prima parte. Rara traduzione del Gandino. Gli Opuscoli morali di Plutarco sono universalmente apprezzati anche per la varietà e l’importanza degli argomenti: trattati filosofici, dialoghi sul modello platonico, scritti di teoria politica e di filosofia morale, ecc.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l.
2017-05-01 09:35:54
Bad WIMPFEN:
1625. Kupferstich aus Östreichischer Lorbeerkrantz b. Nicolaus Bellus (Michael Caspar Lundorp) in Frankfurt, 1625, 18 x 29,5 Fauser 15222. - Zeigt das Gebiet zwischen Bad Wimpfen mit dem Neckarlauf bis Heilbronn aus der Vogelschau mit der Schlacht i.J. 1622. Heilbronn, Bad Wimpfen und Bad Wimpfen im Tal, Neckarsulm, Kochendorf, Heilbronn-Biberach, Bad Rappenau-Bonfeld, Obereisesheim und Leingarten-Großgartach mit Vogelschauansichten.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
2017-04-29 20:31:10
Orlers Jan Jansz Leiden
Artist: Orlers Jan Jansz Leiden; issued in: Leiden; date: ca, 1625. - technic: Copper print; colorit: ; - condition: Perfect condition; - size (in cm): 22,5 x; - description : Bay view of Cadiz with a view of the city. Sanlùcar de Barrameda (Sant Lucas), Màlaga, etc. With decorative off shore ships .From ;Warhafftige Beschreibung und Abbildung Eigentliche all Züge und Victorien, (.);, Jan Jansz. Orlers and Henry of Haestens.
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2017-04-28 15:39:31
FABRICI, Girolamo (FABRICIUS AB AQUAPENDENTE, Hieronymus)
Padua: Antonii Meglietti, 1625. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Four parts in one volume (complete). 4to (205 x 150 mm). [8], [2], 118, [2] pp. (signatures: pi1, pi4, A-P4); [4], 1-42, [2], 43-184 (i.e. 174) pp. (signatures: pi2 A-E4 F2 G-Y4 Z2); [2], 123 (i.e. 121) [1], 32 pp. (signatures: A-P4 Q2, 2A-D4); [8], 214 pp. (signatures: a4, A-Z4 Aa-Dd4). General collection title, dated 1625, with printer's woodcut device. De respiratone without separate title, with Index leaf bound in front and unnumbered leaf bound at end with errata on recto and colophon on verso dated 1615. De Ventriculo with separate title dated 1618 and publisher Laurentii Pasquati, index to verso of title, errata leaf after title, blank leaf after p.42. De motu locali with separate title dated 1618 and publisher Io. Baptistam de Martinis, index on title verso, separate pagination to De alarum actione. De musculi artificio without separate title, with index bound before numbered pages, two leaves of corrections misbound in front of volume after general title. Contemporary vellum, spine lettered in ink (browning, soiling and spotting of vellum). Lower margin partly untrimmed, minor worming to blank gutter, faint dampstaining to blank fore-margin of few leaves in final part, few pages with markings, gathering Z of final part creased in upper margin, worming to last 3 leaves affecting a few letters of text. Provenance: Jean Blondelet. ---- NLM/Krivatsy 3836; Wellcome I, 2121 (IV), 2122 (II); Waller 2884 (II); D.S.B. IV, p.508. Exceptionally rare collection of early works by Fabrici on animal … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2017-04-28 15:39:31
FABRICI, Girolamo (FABRICIUS AB AQUAPENDENTE, Hieronymus)
Padua: Antonii Meglietti, 1625. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Four parts in one volume (complete). 4to (205 x 150 mm). [8], [2], 118, [2] pp. (signatures: pi1, pi4, A-P4); [4], 1-42, [2], 43-184 (i.e. 174) pp. (signatures: pi2 A-E4 F2 G-Y4 Z2); [2], 123 (i.e. 121) [1], 32 pp. (signatures: A-P4 Q2, 2A-D4); [8], 214 pp. (signatures: a4, A-Z4 Aa-Dd4). General collection title, dated 1625, with printer's woodcut device. De respiratone without separate title, with Index leaf bound in front and unnumbered leaf bound at end with errata on recto and colophon on verso dated 1615. De Ventriculo with separate title dated 1618 and publisher Laurentii Pasquati, index to verso of title, errata leaf after title, blank leaf after p.42. De motu locali with separate title dated 1618 and publisher Io. Baptistam de Martinis, index on title verso, separate pagination to De alarum actione. De musculi artificio without separate title, with index bound before numbered pages, two leaves of corrections misbound in front of volume after general title. Contemporary vellum, spine lettered in ink (browning, soiling and spotting of vellum). Lower margin partly untrimmed, minor worming to blank gutter, faint dampstaining to blank fore-margin of few leaves in final part, few pages with markings, gathering Z of final part creased in upper margin, worming to last 3 leaves affecting a few letters of text. Provenance: Jean Blondelet. ---- NLM/Krivatsy 3836; Wellcome I, 2121 (IV), 2122 (II); Waller 2884 (II); D.S.B. IV, p.508. Exceptionally rare collection of early works by Fabrici on animal … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2017-04-28 10:19:29
Pluvinel, Antoine de und der Ältere Crispin de Passe:
Plattengröße 34 x 43 cm; 49 x 59 cm. Unter Schrägschnitt- Passepartout., Zustand: kräftiger Abdruck mit breitem Rand, Löchlein am Bildende, 1625. Inhalt: Im Zentrum: Der König (Le Roy) eine Capriole vorführend, rechts der Reitlehrer, links beobachtend 2 Edelleute, M. le M. de Souure u. M. le Grand, eingerahmt durch ein klassizistisches Säulenportal mit dem Königlichen Wappen. Bezeichnet: Figure 33 K K. 2. partie. Antoine de Pluvinel Le manege royal (1625). Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1050
Bookseller: Galerie Antiquariat Schlegl [Weiden i. d. OPf., Germany]
2017-04-26 16:48:19
PASS, Crispin van de
Paris: , 1625. . Image size: 31.0 × 41.5 cm. Copperplate engraving Good condition, missing margins, laid onto backing paper. From the L'Instrction du Roy en L'Exercise de Monter a Cheval by Antoine de Pluvinel. An important work on equestrianism, engraved by the Dutch engraver Crispijn de Pass. Pluvinel's innovative method of horse training was regarded as much more humane than earlier methods. This is a fine, early, decorative equestrian print.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington
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2017-04-26 16:48:19
PASS, Crispin van de.
Paris: 1625 - Size: 370 × 465 mm. Copperplate engraving. Some thinning, and minor repairs to central fold, otherwise in good condition. From the L'Instrction du Roy en L'Exercise de Monter a Cheval by Antoine de Pluvinel. A very important work on equestrianism, engraved by the Dutch engraver Crispijn de Pass. Pluvinel's innovative method of horse training was regarded as much more humane than earlier methods. This is a fine, early, highly decorative equestrian print., Special Offer: This seller is offering an exclusive discount of 50% on all prices for AbeBooks customers. Original Price: 350
Bookseller: Peter Harrington Books
2017-04-26 16:48:19
PASS, Crispin van de.
Paris: , 1625. Image size: 31.0 x 41.5 cm. Copperplate engraving Good condition, missing margins, laid onto backing paper. From the L'Instrction du Roy en L'Exercise de Monter a Cheval by Antoine de Pluvinel. An important work on equestrianism, engraved by the Dutch engraver Crispijn de Pass. Pluvinel's innovative method of horse training was regarded as much more humane than earlier methods. This is a fine, early, decorative equestrian print.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2017-04-26 16:48:19
PASS, Crispin van de.
Paris: , 1625. . Image size: 31.0 x 41.5 cm. Copperplate engraving Good condition, good margins. Restoration to centre. From the L'Instrction du Roy en L'Exercise de Monter a Cheval by Antoine de Pluvinel. An important work on equestrianism, engraved by the Dutch engraver Crispijn de Pass. Pluvinel's innovative method of horse training was regarded as much more humane than earlier methods. This is a fine, early, decorative equestrian print.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2017-04-26 12:37:12
OPITZ, Martin.
Breslau, D. Müller, 1625. Kl.-4to. Illustrierter Kupfertitel (in Kopie), 83 (statt 101) ungezählte S., S. 1-244 (recte 257) S. Halbleder des 20. Jahrhunderts mit Rückenvergoldung (leicht berieben u. fleckig). Erste von dem damals 28-jährigen Martin Opitz selbst "mit größter Umsicht zusammengestellte" und herausgegebene Sammlung seiner deutschsprachigen Lyrik. - "Dies ist die eigentliche Opitzsche Erstausgabe. . (Wir haben) in dieser Ausgabe "Erster Hand" bereits den ganzen Opitz, seine Feinheit, seine anmutig spielende Verständigkeit, vor allem sein außerordentliches Gefühl für Maß in jeder Beziehung. Mit diesem Buch beginnt eigentlich erst die deutsche Dichtung des 17. Jahrhunderts" (Wolfskehl). Mit der "großen Widmungseinleitung an Ludwig von Anhalt (, die) in ihrer flüssigen und dezenten Prosa, ihren feingewählten Beispielen über das Thema "Herrscher und Poesie" und ihrem, bei aller höfischen Ergebenheit, durchaus nicht überschwenglichem Lob des Gründers der Fr(uchtbringenden) Ges(ellschaft) ein diplomatisches Meisterstück" (Wolfskehl) darstellt. Durch ein Versehen des Druckers werden die letzten "Bücher" nicht einzeln gezählt, d.h. die Ausgabe umfaßt nicht "acht", wie auf dem Titel angegeben, sondern nur "fünf Bücher" der "Poetischen Wälder" (das "fünfte Buch" umfaßt also eigentlich Buch V-VIII): I. Von geistlichen Sachen. D. Heinsius Lobgesang Jesu Christi . in Hoch-Deutsch gebracht durch M. O. II. Von der Ruhe des Gemütes. Lob des Feldtlebens. D. Heinsii Hymnus auff den Bacchum in Hoch-Deutsch gebracht durch M. O. III. Von allerhandt Sachen. IV. Von Hochzeitgetichten. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Buch & Consult Ulrich Keip [Berlin, Germany]
2017-04-26 08:46:42
WALLISER, Christoph Thomas 1568-1648
1625. 167 x 99 mm. Slightly browned and spotted. Apparently done from life according to a note in the plate: "Iacob ab Heydé Sculpsit ad Vivum." Reproduced in MGG Vol. 14 col. 174. "Walliser's several musical appointments and his compositions show him to have been the most important musician in Strasbourg during the period 1600-50. In addition, the wide dispersion of his works attests to his reputation elsewhere." Clyde William Young and Édith Weber in Grove Music Online.
Bookseller: J & J LUBRANO MUSIC ANTIQUARIANS [USA]
2017-04-25 22:42:41
Guicciardini, Ludovico [Luigi]:
Amsterdam:, 1625. Bildgröße ca. 24,5 x 33,5 cm; Blattgröße ca. 31 x 37 cm; Zeigt die Stadt Emden aus der Vogelschau, im Vordergrund fünf Segelschiffe. Aus: Guicciardini - Description de touts les Pays-Bas. Der Bug etwas leimschattig, sonst sehr gut erhalten. Vgl. Albers, Lutz: Frisia Orientalis 4-02.4. Die Karte ist zu Präsentationszwecken unter Glas mit Passepartout gerahmt. Wird ohne Passepartout und Rahmen verschickt. Aufpreis für Rahmung: 80,- €. /varia Versand D: 5,90 EUR Emden Ostfriesland Niedersachsen Kupferstich
Bookseller: Altstadt-Antiquariat Nowicki-Hecht UG
2017-04-25 22:42:41
Guicciardini, Ludovico [Luigi]
Amsterdam, 1625. Bildgröße ca. 24,5 x 33,5 cm; Blattgröße ca. 31 x 37 cm; Zeigt die Stadt Emden aus der Vogelschau, im Vordergrund fünf Segelschiffe. Aus: Guicciardini - Description de touts les Pays-Bas. Der Bug etwas leimschattig, sonst sehr gut erhalten. Vgl. Albers, Lutz: Frisia Orientalis 4-02.4. Die Karte ist zu Präsentationszwecken unter Glas mit Passepartout gerahmt. Wird ohne Passepartout und Rahmen verschickt. Aufpreis für Rahmung: 80,- ¤. /varia [2 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Altstadt-Antiquariat Nowicki-Hecht UG (haftungsbeschränkt) [Germany]
2017-04-24 15:36:25
UNGARN ( Hungary / Kingdom ):
1625, 28 x 38 Szantai, Atlas Hungaricus, Custos 3 ("A partial map of Hungary to demonstrate the 1619 military events"), Ulbrich, Allg. Bibliographie des Burgenlandes, VIII/1298. Dekorative Karte von großen Teilen Ungarns, der Slowakei und dem Osten von Österreich. Etwas faltig, links angerändert, etwas fleckig sonst von guter Erhaltung.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck [Berlin, B, Germany]
2017-04-24 09:26:52
JUSTINIEN
Apud Iudocum Hondium(|Hondius) 1625 - - Apud Iudocum Hondium( Hondius), Amstelodami( Amsterdam) 1625, In-16 (5,5x10,5cm), 240pp. (23), relié. - Nouvelle édition. Un titre-frontispice. Reliure en plein chagrin noir milieu XIXe. Dos à nerfs janséniste. Fermoirs de laiton en forme de coeur sur les plats. Tranches dorées. Frottements. Bel exemplaire. Code de droit de l'empereur Justinien. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] New edition. Bound in full black middle nineteenth shagreen. Back to jansenist nerves. brass clasps heart shape on the flat. gilt edges. Friction. Nice copy. Law Code of the Emperor Justinian. 240pp. (23) [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet
2017-04-24 09:26:52
JUSTINIEN
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [France]
2017-04-23 20:03:43
Andreae Alciati
Mediolani 1625 -
Bookseller: Librodifaccia
2017-04-23 20:03:43
Andreae Alciati
Mediolani, 1625. UsatoAccettabile Copertina: Si notano i segni del tempo Pagine: Leggere tracce d'umidita'
Bookseller: Libro di Faccia
2017-04-23 17:06:13
Drexel, Jeremias.
1625. Gest. Titel, (7), 279 SS. Zeitgenöss. Pergamentband mit hs. Rückenschildchen (Bindebänder fehlen). 12mo. Seltene; noch frühe Ausgabe von Drexels beliebtem Emblembuch (EA 1618), hier von Hertsroys Witwe ohne Tafeln herausgebracht: stattdessen sind alle 12 Embleme in Miniatur-Randveduten des Titelblatts untergebracht. "Treats of the 'Christian zodiac' or the 'twelve signs of predestination'" (Quaritch, SJ cat., Nr. 62, zu einer späteren Ausgabe). "Drexel, a Jesuit from Augsburg, was court preacher to the Elector of Bavaria for many years and author of a long series of devotional works which enjoyed great popularity among Catholics and Protestants alike" (ebd.). - Randeinrisse; zeitgenöss. hs. Besitzvermerk am TItel. Das VD 17 verzeichnet nur ein einziges weiteres Exemplar (HAB Wolfenbüttel; dort als "Unicum" geführt). VD 17, 23:651974R. Dünnhaupt 1376, 5.7. De Backer/Sommervogel III, 184.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris
2017-04-23 15:05:55
CUSTOS, Dominicus.
Augsburg, c.1625. 400 x 250mm. A stylised family tree of the Estridsen dynasty from Valdemar I the Great, ruler of Denmark 1146-1182, to Christian IV, ruler 1588-1648, with a view of Haffnia ( Copenhagen) behind. It was published in Custos's 'Atrium heroicum' (first published 1602-4), a collection of portraits of the great and good, a forerunner of 'Who's Who'.
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [London, United Kingdom]
2017-04-23 06:01:17
WENDELIN, Marcus Friedrich.
Hannover, Typis Wechelianis, 1625-26. 8vo. (72),+ 752; (40),+ 454 pp. Title leaf reinforced and with well repaired tear. Small hole in leaf a3. Leaves a5-a8 with reinforced outer margins. Light foxing and minor stains. Worn contemporary vellum, blue edges. From the library of bishop Eric Waller, with its bookplate. VD17 1:089765N resp. 7:692646N (1 copy). The second part's title in the more uncommon state with the "C" in "Cosmologia" over the "t" in "Methodicis" and not over the "h". The rare first editions of part 1 and 2 of Wendelin's survey of the physical world. A third part "De Corporibus Coelestibus, Continens Uranologiam & Astrologiam" was published in 1628. A new edition was published in Cambridge in 1648. Part 1: Quae physiologia generalis, de principijs & affectionibus corporis naturalis: Non tantum praeceptis methodicis et perspicuis explicata. Part 2: Quae cosmologia, methodicis praeserptis comprehenda. M. F. Wendelin (1584-1652) German schoolman, classical scholar, and theologian of the reformed religion. He was born in Heidelberg and studied there. He studied philosophy and theology with David Pareus and became the tutor of several royal students, and finally rector of the gymnasium in Zerbst.
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [SE]
2017-04-23 02:59:29
Stradanus, Johannes (van der Straet):
Paris, Le Clerc, circa 1625. 4°, circa 27,2 x 18 cm. Kupfertitel und 18 Kupfertafeln Neuere Broschur Seltene Folge mit 18 Portraits von Propheten des Alten Testaments, jeweils im ovalen Medaillons, gestochen von Ferdinand van Etten, Jean de Courbes und Jean le Clerc nach Stradanus (1523-1605). Eine Folge von 20 Kupfern nach den Propheten-Darstellungen von Stradanus war erstmals, gestochen von Th. Le Galle, 1613 in Antwerpen erschienen, diese Pariser Ausgabe wird aus der Mitte der 1620er Jahre sein. Vetreten sind: Moses, David, Jeremias, Joel, Jonas, Zacharias u.a. "- In den Rändern etwas fleckig, sonst gut erhalten. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek [München, Germany]
2017-04-22 23:56:24
Germain FORGET
First Edition. Full Velin contemporary flaps. Smooth back silent. Traces of laces. a lack of leather in place of sewing, cap. Treaty of ecclesiastical law, which governs not only the relationship between the people of the church, but also between people of the church and the common people, and also between the property and the people of the church. The treaty is based on the edicts and decrees published previously on the story from Rome and the written literature on the subject. Interesting to understand how living in France including the church staff. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Chez Jean Osmont à Rouen 1625 Pet. in-8 (10,5x16cm) (16) 183pp. (15) relié
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [France]
2017-04-22 18:09:39
MERCATOR GERARD - HONDIUS JODOCUS.
1625. Incisione in rame, mm 148x192, colorata a mano. Tratta dall'edizione francese del "Atlas Minor" di Hondius, pubblicato nel 1606 per la prima volta dopo l'acquisto, da parte del costruttore di globi Hondius, delle lastre di Mercatore con l'aggiunta di lastre originali di propria creazione. Buon esemplare.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Perini s.a.s.
2017-04-22 14:18:01
ALCIATI Andrea.
Bidelli, 1625. in-8, pp. XVI, 244, leg. p. perg. coeva con tit. mss al d. Bel front. inc. in rame con il ritr. dell'A. Lozzi 2591. Manca a Hoepli. Predari p. 115. Esempl. slegato ma interno fresco e marginoso. [153]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Scriptorium
2017-04-22 11:17:37
FORGET Germain
- Chez Jean Osmont, A Rouen 1625, Pet. in-8 (10,5x16cm), (16) 183pp. (15), relié. - First Edition. Pieno flaps periodo Velin. Smooth indietro in silenzio. Tracce di lacci. una mancanza di cuoio al posto di cucito, cap. Trattato di diritto ecclesiastico, che disciplina non solo il rapporto tra il popolo della chiesa, ma anche tra persone di chiesa e la gente comune, e anche tra la proprietà e le persone della chiesa. Il trattato si basa sulle disposizioni e decreti pubblicati in precedenza sulla storia di Roma e la letteratura scritta sull'argomento. Interessante per capire come vivere in Francia tra cui il personale della chiesa. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Reliure en plein vélin à rabats d'époque. Dos lisse muet. Traces de lacets. un manque de cuir à l'endroit de la couture, en coiffe. Traité de jurisprudence ecclésiastique, qui règle non seulement les rapports entre les gens de l'église, mais également entre les personnes de l'église et les gens du commun, et en outre entre les biens matériels et les gens de l'église. Le traité se fonde sur les édits et décrets parus jusqu'alors, sur l'histoire depuis Rome et sur la littérature écrite sur le sujet. Interessant, pour comprendre comment notamment vivaient en France le personnel de l'église.
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet
2017-04-21 20:30:09
Blaise de Vigenère (notes); Caesar, Julius; Bandole, Anthoine
Paris: Jacques Rebuffe, 1625. Later Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. Later but early (18th c.) tan morocco, modest wear at edges, spine elaborately gilt. Modest age toning to pages, scattered foxing and browning, tear to corner of page 35 in last section touching a gloss. Attractively printed with head and tail pieces, historiated initials and some in text illustrations. Bookplate of Alexandre d'Hermand, Ingenieur du Roy. [68], 94 [i. e., 96]; 380; 430, [56] Size: Quarto (4to). Previous owner's book-plate inside front cover. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: History; Inventory No: 046139.
Bookseller: Pazzo Books (ABAA-ILAB) [Boston, MA, U.S.A.]
2017-04-21 20:30:09
Blaise de Vigenère (notes); Caesar, Julius; Bandole, Anthoine
Paris: Jacques Rebuffe, 1625. Later Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. Later but early (18th c.) tan morocco, modest wear at edges, spine elaborately gilt. Modest age toning to pages, scattered foxing and browning, tear to corner of page 35 in last section touching a gloss. Attractively printed with head and tail pieces, historiated initials and some in text illustrations. Bookplate of Alexandre d'Hermand, Ingenieur du Roy. [68], 94 [i. e., 96]; 380; 430, [56] Size: Quarto (4to). Previous owner's book-plate inside front cover. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: History; Inventory No: 046139.
Bookseller: Pazzo Books (ABAA-ILAB) [Boston, MA, U.S.A.]
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2017-04-21 19:21:21
Höpel Dr. G.
mit einem Forntipsiz und 6 SW-Abb. auf Tafeln sowie zwei Grundrissen (skizzierte Stadtplaene) / sehr selten / vollst. kollationiert / alle Seiten und Abb. vorhanden Zustand: ca. 3 cm Fehlstück am oberen Rücken und fehlende untere Ecke / Rücken bzw. Einband gebräunt - sonst sehr gut Die Abbildungen: 1. Wappen der Stadt Magdeburg + Wappen der Neustadt bei Magdeburg (Fronsitspiz) + 2. Neustadt bei Magdeburg in ihrer hoechsten Bluete vor de Jahre 1625 - von Osten gesehen + 3. Die St. Nikolaikirche in der Neustadt bei Magdeburg eingeweiht am 20. Mai 1588 niedergerissen am 26. Mai 1626 + 4. Die Neustadt bei Magdeburg in Truemmern nach dem Jahre 1632 - von Westen gesehen + 5. Die St. Nikolaikirche in der (Alten) Neustadt bei Magdeburg Eingeweiht am Palmsonntage 1654 zersprengt den 27. Maerz 1813. Nach Zeichnung und Beschreibung eines Zeitgenossen + 6. Martinskirche in der Alten Neustadt Grundsteinlegung am 31. Oktober 1898 Einweihung am 10. November 1902 + 7. Grunsriss von der Neustadt vor dem Jahre 1812 + 8. Grundriss von der Neuen Neustadt 1851 + Anhang mit einem Verzeichnis der Haeuser und deren Besitzer. Folgende Strassen sind aufgelistet: I. Im alten Stadtteile: Weinhof + Breiter Weg + Weinberg + Ottenberg + Endelstrasse + Mollenstrasse + Vor dem Tore + Auf dem Camp + Holzstrecke + II: Im neuen Stadtteile: Mittagstrasse + Breiter Weg + Ankerstrasse + Ggrosse Makrtstrasse + Kleine Marktstrasse + Grosser Martkplatz + Kleiner Marktplatz + Mittelstrasse + Abendstrasse + Ritterstrasse + Louisenstrasse + Neuhaldenslebenerstrasse + Friedrichsplatz + Friedrichstrasse + Gruenstrasse + … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trigon - Versand-Antiquariat & Tee-Versa
2017-04-21 16:33:19
MEZIRIAC, Claude Gaspard BACHET, Sieur de;
Louis Hebert Alenconii (Alençon) 1625. In-24, (6ff), 782 pages. Plein maroquin havane du temps. Filet d'encadrement au pointillé, suivi de deux filets droits et d'une large roulette. Dans l'encadrement central, délimité par trois nouveaux filets, s'inscrit un décor d'arabesques, frappé à l'aide de fers pointillés. Dos en long, richement orné de roulettes à motif floral, délimitées par des filets droits et pointillés. Filet sur les coupes. Tranches dorées. Traces de lacets. ( Coins frottés et écrasés ; petits manques de cuir en queue et sur les mors.) Bel exemplaire d'un livre qui semble d'une grande rareté, puisque seul est répertorié l'exemplaire de la Bibliothèque Mazarine. L'Amalthèe poétique ( Amaltheum, de la chèvre Amalthea qui nourrissait Jupiter de sa corne d'abondance) est une sorte de dictionnaire mythologique et géographique pour la compréhension des poètes de l'antiquité. A usage scolaire, il est dédié par l'imprimeur à la jeunesse estudiantine du Collège d'Alençon. Il est précédé d'une ode en français, par F. Jardin, avocat d'Alençon, et de onze poèmes épigrammatiques latins par les meilleurs élèves humanistes du collège, Abraham Le Hayer et François Marais, tous deux d'Alençon; Jean de Brunet et Jean Boiblais, de Scèes; Isaac Menet, Tanguy Fortion et Jacques de Courtanvel, du Mans; Jean Chevalier et Jean Roger, de Mortagne ; Guillaume Fresnays, de Beaumont le Vicomte; et François Féron "Scylliaeensis" (Sillé le Guillaume?). Louis Hébert, d'abord établi à La Flèche s'installe à Alençon vers 1625. C'est le premier typographe à exercer dans cette ville depuis Sim … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Veyssière Sigma [Marray, France]
2017-04-21 16:16:20
Rahn Philipps, Carla
Kl.-4, XIV, 318 S., zahlr. Abb., OLwd. m. OU., Tadell. In 1625, Martin de Arana built six Atlantic warships for the Spanish crown. The author traces the ships from their construction through a decade of service, incorporating a history of Spain's Golden Age.
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej
2017-04-21 10:06:05
PRUDENTIUS.
Amsterdam (Amsterodami), Apud Guiljel. Janss. Caesium (Blaeu), 1625. 12mo. 261,(1 blank) p. Vellum. 11.1 cm Horatius Christianus (Details: 5 thongs laced through the joints. Engraved title, it depicts a huge Christian warrior who makes mincemeat of heathens and heretics. There in no introduction, only the text) (Condition: Some small spots on the boards. The edges of the front flyleaf are thumbed and show 2 tears. Upper edge of first leaves slightly thumbed. Very tiny hole in inner margin of the title) (Note: The Roman poet Aurelius Clemens Prudentius, born 348/49, died after 405 A.D., of Spanish origin, was besides a man of letters also an industrious public servant. He was a fervent Christian, who had not cut himself off from the culture of the ancient world. 'He regarded the pagan literature and art not as things to be rejected but as part of the inheritance into which Christian Rome enters'. ('Prudentius', ed. H.J. Thomson, Cambr. Mass., 2000, vol. 1 p. IX, (Loeb Classical Library)) 'It is as a poet in whom is embodied a reconciliation between the new faith and the old culture, and in whom Christian thought claims rank in the world of letters, that Prudentius is historically important'. (Op. cit. p. X) He 'was a pioneer in the creation of a Christian literature, and has the credit of originating new types of Christian poetry, the literary hymn, the moral allegory, and what has been called the Christian ballad'. (Op. cit. XII) His hymns are odes in which pagan mythology is replaced by stories from the Bible. By the great English scholar Richard Bentley he was described a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Fragmenta Selecta [AMSTERDAM, Netherlands]
2017-04-21 01:03:10
NEADE, William
1625. Large woodcut on title & six full-page woodcuts. 20 unnumbered leaves. Small 4to, 19th-century straight-grain green morocco (joints a little rubbed), single gilt fillet round sides, a.e.g. London: J. Grismand, 1625. First edition. Neade (fl. 1624-37), an archer, "first came to notice with his attempts to revive the use of the bow in warfare by devising a combined weapon consisting of a bow attached to a movable pivot in the middle of the pike shaft. His object was to enable the pikeman to defend himself and to fight while the enemy were still at a distance, rather than having to wait until they came within reach of his pike. In 1624 he demonstrated this weapon before the king?A manuscript Neade had presented to King Charles was published as [the present work]? "Despite the earlier royal encouragement, Neade's invention was not taken up, the bow having by this time been ousted from the battlefield by the musket. Neade, describing himself and his son as 'instructors in archery to the king,' complained to the king in 1637 that, despite several demonstrations of his weapon, he had exhausted his entire estate of £600 to no avail, and that through the bad example of the City of London, archery was now generally neglected. There was no official response to these pleas and, apart from some references to his book, nothing further is known of Neade or his son."-ODNB. In this work, Neade provides a history of the bow and its mastery by the British people, in which he mentions legendary victories such as "Cresse" (Crécy) and Agincourt. He notes that many abandoned the bow, thinki … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller Inc. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2017-04-14 18:04:30
USSHER James
Bookseller: Bauman Rare Books [Philadelphia, PA, U.S.A.]
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2017-04-12 16:35:15
USSHER James
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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
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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]
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
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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]
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