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        Zeventien Provinciën - John Speed.

      "A NEW MAP OF THE XVII PROVINCES OF LOW GERMANIE, mended a new in a manie places."'Kopergravure van de Zeventien Provinciën vervaardigd in 1626, van cartograaf John Speed. Met afbeeldingen van "a gentleman"' en "a gentlewoman"', "a Brabander"' en "a Brabanders wife"', "a Hollander"' en "a Hollanders wife"', "a fisherman"' en "a fishers wife"', "a country man"' en "a country woman"', als ook standgezichten van Amsterdam, Antwerpen, Gent, Middelburg, Groningen, Zutphen, Utrecht en Atrecht (tegenw. Arras). Later met de hand gekleurd. Afm. ca. 42 x 53,5 cm.Oorspronkelijk werkte John Speed (1552 - 1629) in het kleermakersbedrijf van zijn vader in Chesire. In 1567 verhuisde hij naar Londen. Door zijn grote geschiedkundige kennis kreeg hij toegang tot de wetenschappelijke kringen. Hij sloot zich aan bij het Antiquarisch Genootschap, waar hij werd aangemoedigd om onderzoekswerk te doen. Tevens verwierf hij in 1598 een betrekking en werkruimte in een douanekantoor, zodat hij in zijn levensonderhoud kon voorzien en zijn onderzoekswerk kon voortzetten.Speed brak door met zijn folio atlas: Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine. Deze atlas verscheen in 1612 en bevatte zo"n 64 kaarten van graafschappen in Engeland en Wales, Ierland, Schotland en van enkele eilanden. De meeste kaarten bevatten ook één, of heel soms twee stadsplattegrondjes van de belangrijkste steden in het afgebeelde gebied. In veel gevallen was Speed daarmee de eerste die dergelijke plattegronden in gedrukte vorm uitgaf. Alleen Georg Braun & Franz Hogenberg uit Keulen waren hem eind 16de eeuw in enkele gevallen voor. De kaarten onderscheidden zich verder door veel oog voor detail en het gebruik van symbolen voor dorpen, steden, bossen, bergen en heuvels. Ook was er nogal eens een belangrijke historische gebeurtenis ergens aan de rand van het kaartbeeld afgebeeld en werden de kaarten voorzien van wapenschilden van de aldaar wonende en/of heersende families.Omdat de oorspronkelijke graveur William Rogers in 1604 overleed stelden de uitgevers van de atlas voor dat een aanzienlijk deel van de kaarten in Amsterdam gegraveerd zou worden in het atelier van Jodocus Hondius.De atlas werd zowel ongebonden als gebonden te koop aangeboden. Desgewenst werden de kaarten tegen een meerprijs ingekleurd. De oplage van de eerste druk wordt geschat op zo'n 500 exemplaren. In 1616 verscheen een uitgave in het Latijn.Als vervolg op de succesvolle uitgaves van de Theatres verscheen in 1627 het Prospect Of the Most Famous Parts of the World. Dit was een 22 tot 28 kaarten bevattende wereldatlas. Ook voor deze atlas werd een beroep gedaan op graveurs uit de omgeving van Hondius. Sommige van hen hebben hun kaarten gesigneerd: oa Abraham Goos & Dirck Gryp. Veel van de kaarten in deze uitgave waren zogenaamde 'Cartes Figuratives", in dit geval werden de rand van de kaart aan de bovenkant opgevuld met stadsgezichten en de randen aan de zijkanten met gekostumeerde figuren. Van een dergelijke kaart is deze voorstelling van de Zeventien Provinciën een prachtig voorbeeld.Prijs: € 2.100,-.

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        Scandinavia antique map - Blaeu.

      Suecia, Dania, et Norvegia, Regna Europae SeptentrionaliaImpressive map of Scandinavia based upon Anders Bure's highly important map, published in 1626. A surveyor and mathematician, Bure compiled a map of the northern part of Sweden and the first separately printed map of the country. Bure was an important figure in the history of Swedish cartography and set up a land surveying office which continued for over 200 years. Nice full original colour example, with sailing ships and decorative cartouche and 3 coat of arms.Published by the house of Blaeu, approx. 1635. Verso: French text. Size: 42,7 x 53,1 cm. Price: € 1.100,- (excl. VAT/BTW).

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        Uthförlig förklaring öfwer handels contractet angående thet Södra Compagniet uthi konungariket Swerighe.

      Stält igenom Wilhelm Usselinx. Och nu aff thet nederländske språket uthsatt på swenska, aff Erico Schrodero. Stockholm, Ignatio Meurer, 1626. 4:o. (99) s. Fläckig och lagerfläckig, fuktrand i främre marginal och fuktskadad i övre hörn.Tagen ur band. Collijn sp. 954. Warmholtz 7629, not. Sabin 98211. Första svenska upplagan av Söderkompaniets oktroj, även utgiven på tyska samma år och holländska året därpå. Willem Usselinx (1537-1647) var en av grundarna av det holländska Västindiska kompaniet och fick av Gustav II Adolf uppdraget att bilda ett svenskt handelsbolag, med handel på Afrika och Västindien. Framgångarna uteblev dock. Ur detta utvecklades dock idén till skapandet av en koloni i Amerika, det som skulle bli Nya Sverige. Detta genomfördes 1637 av Usselinxs vän Peter Minuit

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        Kst.- Karte, v. Abraham Goos b. Joan. Janssonius, "Nova Franconiae descriptio".

      - dat. 1626, 44,7 x 55 Schilder,Monumenta Cartographica, Bd. VI, 42 ( 1. Zustand von 2). Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Bd. 1, Seite 610 ( Abb. 2550: 1B. - Eine der seltenen, zugleich sehr dekorativen Frankenkarten mit 4 Bildleisten: seitlich je 2 Trachtenpaare, oben und unten mit insgesamt 6 Ansichten. Oben Nürnberg und Würzburg. Unten Bamberg, Fulda, Rothenburg /Tauber und Büdingen. - Leicht fleckig.

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        Henrici Spelmanni equi. anglo-brit. archæologus: in modum glossarii ad rem antiquam posteriorem

      Johannem Beale, Londini 1626 - First edition, folio, pagination is erratic throughout, but the book is complete, as issued; *, A-2O6, 2P4; recent quarter speckled calf, red morocco on gilt-decorated spine; nice copy.STC 23065, with the 13th line of the title page reading "Chartis & Formulis." The title and the first leaf were subsequently reset; this copy is in the first state. The work evolved out of Spelman's studies of early English law, but "at the outset he experienced so much difficulty in assigning the proper meanings to Anglo-Saxon and Latin terms, that he determined to postpone his legal researches" in favor of the philological question. "In 1626 the first volume of the Glossary, extending to the end of the letter 'L' was published. Spelman had offered it in vain to Beale, the King's printer, for five pounds, or for books of that value. He consequently bore all the expenses of publication. The importance of the volume was immediately recognized by the great scholars of the day, but the greater part of the edition remained on Spelman's hands for ten years. He was collecting materials for the completion of the work until 1638" but it was not published in his lifetime. An imperfect continuation edited by Dugdale appeared in 1664. "As an ecclesiastical lawyer he ranks among the best informed that this country has produced, and his Glossary gives him a title to the name of inaugurator philological science in England" (DNB). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Henrici Spelmanni equi. anglo-brit. archæologus: in modum glossarii ad rem antiquam posteriorem

      Londini: Johannem Beale. 1626. "First edition, folio, pagination is erratic throughout, but the book is complete, as issued; *, A-2O6, 2P4; recent quarter speckled calf, red morocco on gilt-decorated spine; nice copy. STC 23065, with the 13th line of the title page reading ""Chartis & Formulis."" The title and the first leaf were subsequently reset; this copy is in the first state. The work evolved out of Spelman's studies of early English law, but ""at the outset he experienced so much difficulty in assigning the proper meanings to Anglo-Saxon and Latin terms, that he determined to postpone his legal researches"" in favor of the philological question. ""In 1626 the first volume of the Glossary, extending to the end of the letter 'L' was published. Spelman had offered it in vain to Beale, the King's printer, for five pounds, or for books of that value. He consequently bore all the expenses of publication. The importance of the volume was immediately recognized by the great scholars of the day, but the greater part of the edition remained on Spelman's hands for ten years. He was collecting materials for the completion of the work until 1638"" but it was not published in his lifetime. An imperfect continuation edited by Dugdale appeared in 1664. ""As an ecclesiastical lawyer he ranks among the best informed that this country has produced, and his Glossary gives him a title to the name of inaugurator philological science in England"" (DNB)."

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        Practicarum observationum, tam ad processum iudiciarium, praesertim imperialis camerae, quam causarum decisiones pertinentium, libri duo. De pace publica, & proscriptis, sive Bannitis Imperij, libri II. De pignorationibus, liber singularis. De manuum iniectionibus, sive arrestis imperij, tractatus.

      Köln (= Coloniae Agrippinae), sumptibus Antonii Hierati, 1626. Editio postrema correctior, ex secunda recognitione Guaiteri Gymnici. 4to. Tb. in Rot-Schwarz-Druck, mit Druckersignet, 57 nn. Bll. sowie einem Faltkupfer, 623, 280 S., 4 nn. Bll. Zeitgenössischer Pergamentband. (Papier stellenw. etw. stockfl.). Berühmteste forensisch-kasuistische Arbeit über das Reichskammergericht. - Gaill gilt als Begründer der Kameralistik, der Literatur zur Rechtsprechung des Reichskammergerichts. In seinen 1578 erstmals erschienenen Practicae observationes, die vielfach wiederaufgelegt und zuletzt 1771 gedruckt worden sind, versucht Gail erstmals eine systematische Darstellung der Rechtsprechung des Reichskammergerichts. In 316 observationes werden Rechtsfragen und Rechtsprobleme erörtert, die vor diesem höchsten reichsrechtlichen Gericht immer wieder auftauchten, unterschiedlich erörtert und diskutiert worden sind. Diese umstrittenen und oft sehr schwierigen Rechtsfragen werden in einzelnen, meist kurzen Abhandlungen dargelegt, kontrovers aufgeschlüsselt und die Entscheidung begründet. Nur so ist auch der ungeheuere Einfluß dieses Werkes zu erklären, ist bezüglich des Reichsgerichts unerreicht und nur von den Arbeiten Mevius` und Carpzovs erreicht worden. - Der angebundene Titel \"de pace publica\" ist eine staatsrechtliche Abhandlung Gaills. Das Werk behandelt den Landfrieden und die Reichsacht. Zu beiden Themenkreisen legte Gaill erstmals eine systematische Bearbeitung vor. Der sog. \"ewige Landfrieden\" war gerade aufgrund der Konfessionsstreitigkeiten zwischen Katholiken und Protestanten ein wichtiges und beliebtes Thema innerhalb des Jus publicum. Gaill untersucht auch die Reichweite des Landfriedens, vor allem seine Geltung innerhalb des geistlichen Standes: damit auch wiederum die Kompetenzen des Reichskammergerichts. - Gaill (1526-1587), aus einem alten Kölner Patriziergeschlecht stammend, studierte an den Universitäten Köln, Orléans und Löwen, promovierte 1555 in Bologna und praktizierte zunächst in seiner Vaterstadt als Anwalt. 1558 bis 1568 war er Beisitzer am Reichskammergericht zu Speyer, ab 1569 am Reichshofrat in Wien und in den letzten Jahren seines Lebens als Kanzler beim Kurfürsten in Köln tätig. Versand D: 2,00 EUR 4.3. Kameralwissenschaft, 0-0-Katalog-103-AD

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        Scandinavia antique map - Blaeu.

      Suecia, Dania, et Norvegia, Regna Europae SeptentrionaliaImpressive map of Scandinavia based upon Anders Bure's highly important map, published in 1626. A surveyor and mathematician, Bure compiled a map of the northern part of Sweden and the first separately printed map of the country. Bure was an important figure in the history of Swedish cartography and set up a land surveying office which continued for over 200 years. Nice full original colour example, with sailing ships and decorative cartouche and 3 coat of arms.Published by the house of Blaeu, approx. 1635. Verso: French text. Size: 42,7 x 53,1 cm. Price: € 1.100,- (excl. VAT/BTW).

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        Holy iland - Garnsey - Farnsey - Iarsey

      G. Humble, London 1626 - Copper engraving, hand colored in outline and wash. In excellent condition.

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        Frankfurt an der Oder, anno 1608, Brandenburg, Genealogie, Albiz

      Albizzi Antonio, 1547-1626 - Frankfurt an der Oder, anno 1608, Brandenburg, Genealogie, Albizzi Antonio "March. Brandenburg Electores [.]" kolorierter Kupferstich - Stammbaum des Herrscherhauses von Brandenburg, mit einer Ansicht der Stadt Frankfurt an der Oder, sowie Text auf der Rückseite, von Antonio Albizzi, aus "Principum Christianorum Stemmata", Augsburg 1608 Blattgröße: ca. 44 x 30,5 cm Ansicht: ca. 39 x 26 cm - leicht fleckig und etwas gebräunt, kleine Randläsuren (teils unterlegt), 4cm hinterlegter Randeinriss oben (Ansicht etwas betroffen) - [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De formato foetu liber singularis aeneis figuris exornatus epistolae duae anatomicae. Tractatus de arthritide opera posthumastudio. . .

      Martini et Pasquati, Padua 1626 - Folio (410 x 260 mm). [8], 104 pp., including 9 full-page engraved illustrations by Giulio Casserio, drawn and engraved by Odoardo Fialetti and Francesco Valesio, woodcut device on title-page. Signatures: a-b2 A-2C2, lacking text leaf Bb2 (added in good facsimile). Recent half vellum. Text little browned and soiled in margins, frequent ink smudges (with some pager damage caused by ink corrosion), brown spotting, some edge fraying and a few worm holes in blank margins to the end, final leaf with chipped margins backed by paper. ---- THE RARE FIRST EDITION. Eimas, Heirs of Hippocrates 413; NLM/Krivatsy 11295; Wellcome I, 6038; Choulant, pp. 223-228. His work on the development of the human fetus, De Formatu Foetu, was left in unillustrated manuscript on Spiegel's death. It was edited by his son-in-law, another physician named Liberalis Crema, who illustrated the 1626 edition with 9 copperplates purchased from Casserio's grandson. These plates were drawn by the late-Mannerist Italian painter and printmaker, Odoardo Fialetti (1573-1638) and engraved by Francesco Valesio (see also #3, Casserio). They depict the pregnant uterus, placenta and fetus and are among Fialetti's most beautiful anatomical engravings. "Four of them represent entire female figures with the abdomen cut open." (Eimas, Heirs of Hippocrates). "The work was published at Crema's expense and is rare." (Choulant, p.226). After the death of Giulio Casseri, Adriaan van de Spiegel (or Adrianus Spigelius) from Brussels (1578¿1625) was appointed professor at the University of Padua in 1616, where he took over the chair of anatomy from Casseri. "The ordinary lecture of anatomy and surgery was given to [him, but] Fabricius maintained the supraordinary role. Spigelius was also appointed a Knight of St. Mark in 1623, and died in Padua in 1625. In De semitertiana libri quatuor (1624), Spigelius gave the first detailed description of malaria. [.] Spigelius described the caudate lobe of the liver (Spigelius' lobe) and was also the first to describe the lateral ventral hernia (Spigelian hernia) through the linea semilunaris (Spigelius' line), a curved tendinous line along the lateral border of the rectus muscle. Spigelius was also a botanist, and the genus Spigelia derives its name from him. (A. Porzionato et al., The Anatomical School of Padua. The Anatomical Record, Vol. 295, no. 6, 2012, p.908). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Title Page of Three to one. Being, an English Spanish Combat, Performed by aWesterne Gentleman, of Tauystoke in Deuonshire, ---- The Author of this Booke, and Actor in this Encounter, R. Peecke.

      Printed at London for I T and are to be fold at his Shoppe () 1626 - O-Kupferstich auf festem Büttenpapier mit deutlich sichtbaren Plattenrand, Blatt mit Titeltext und Kampfdarstellung sowie Hinweis auf Druckort und Drucker. Blatt rückseitig mit drei Resten von Papiermontagestreifen. Das kartonartige Büttenpapier weist eine durchgehend wabenartige Struktur auf. Plattengröße: 12,5 - 12,7 cm x 17,3 cm; Bildansicht: 12,3 x 10,7 cm; Blattgröße: 18,8 x 13,5 cm. - - - Der vorliegende Text und Abbildung waren Bestandteil des Titelblattes des 36-seitigen Heftes über eine Kampfhandlung zwischen einem Engländer und drei Spaniern während der Belagerung von Cadiz im Jahre 1525 durch die englische Flotte angeführt von Sir Robert Mansell. Von dieser Ausgabe ist nur ein einziger Abdruck in der Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery erhalten geblieben. Gedruckt wurde das kleine Heftchen von Augustine Mathewes für John Trundle in London im Jahre 1626.

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        Zeventien Provinciën - John Speed.

      "A NEW MAP OF THE XVII PROVINCES OF LOW GERMANIE, mended a new in a manie places."'Kopergravure van de Zeventien Provinciën vervaardigd in 1626, van cartograaf John Speed. Met afbeeldingen van "a gentleman"' en "a gentlewoman"', "a Brabander"' en "a Brabanders wife"', "a Hollander"' en "a Hollanders wife"', "a fisherman"' en "a fishers wife"', "a country man"' en "a country woman"', als ook standgezichten van Amsterdam, Antwerpen, Gent, Middelburg, Groningen, Zutphen, Utrecht en Atrecht (tegenw. Arras). Later met de hand gekleurd. Afm. ca. 42 x 53,5 cm.Oorspronkelijk werkte John Speed (1552 - 1629) in het kleermakersbedrijf van zijn vader in Chesire. In 1567 verhuisde hij naar Londen. Door zijn grote geschiedkundige kennis kreeg hij toegang tot de wetenschappelijke kringen. Hij sloot zich aan bij het Antiquarisch Genootschap, waar hij werd aangemoedigd om onderzoekswerk te doen. Tevens verwierf hij in 1598 een betrekking en werkruimte in een douanekantoor, zodat hij in zijn levensonderhoud kon voorzien en zijn onderzoekswerk kon voortzetten.Speed brak door met zijn folio atlas: Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine. Deze atlas verscheen in 1612 en bevatte zo"n 64 kaarten van graafschappen in Engeland en Wales, Ierland, Schotland en van enkele eilanden. De meeste kaarten bevatten ook één, of heel soms twee stadsplattegrondjes van de belangrijkste steden in het afgebeelde gebied. In veel gevallen was Speed daarmee de eerste die dergelijke plattegronden in gedrukte vorm uitgaf. Alleen Georg Braun & Franz Hogenberg uit Keulen waren hem eind 16de eeuw in enkele gevallen voor. De kaarten onderscheidden zich verder door veel oog voor detail en het gebruik van symbolen voor dorpen, steden, bossen, bergen en heuvels. Ook was er nogal eens een belangrijke historische gebeurtenis ergens aan de rand van het kaartbeeld afgebeeld en werden de kaarten voorzien van wapenschilden van de aldaar wonende en/of heersende families.Omdat de oorspronkelijke graveur William Rogers in 1604 overleed stelden de uitgevers van de atlas voor dat een aanzienlijk deel van de kaarten in Amsterdam gegraveerd zou worden in het atelier van Jodocus Hondius.De atlas werd zowel ongebonden als gebonden te koop aangeboden. Desgewenst werden de kaarten tegen een meerprijs ingekleurd. De oplage van de eerste druk wordt geschat op zo'n 500 exemplaren. In 1616 verscheen een uitgave in het Latijn.Als vervolg op de succesvolle uitgaves van de Theatres verscheen in 1627 het Prospect Of the Most Famous Parts of the World. Dit was een 22 tot 28 kaarten bevattende wereldatlas. Ook voor deze atlas werd een beroep gedaan op graveurs uit de omgeving van Hondius. Sommige van hen hebben hun kaarten gesigneerd: oa Abraham Goos & Dirck Gryp. Veel van de kaarten in deze uitgave waren zogenaamde 'Cartes Figuratives", in dit geval werden de rand van de kaart aan de bovenkant opgevuld met stadsgezichten en de randen aan de zijkanten met gekostumeerde figuren. Van een dergelijke kaart is deze voorstelling van de Zeventien Provinciën een prachtig voorbeeld.Prijs: € 2.100,-.

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        Vita Roberti cardinalis Bellarmini e societate Jesu. Italice scripta a Jacobo Fuligatto; Latine reddita a Silvestro Petra Sancta. [Liege, J. Ouwerx & L. Streel, 1626].

      - Full richly decorated leather with brass clasps. Very good copy of a very rare book. (612)pag. Illustrated with engraved title page and portrait of Bellarmini both by L.I. Valdor. Enclosed a piece of vellum with 16th- century handwriting ‘Passio Philippi a postoli’. B0170

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        Notarius publicus, dat is: de practycke ende oeffeninge der notarissen. Including: Woorden-boeck, waer inne allerhande konst- ende bastaert-woorden, tot de pracktijcque des notarischaps en andere rechts-oeffeninge behoorende, uyt Hugo de Groot, Hooft, Huygens, Vondel, ende andere, soo oude als nieuwe tael-schriften, op 't nauwkeurighste werden vertaelt, ... Dordrecht, Abraham Andriesz (colophon: Dordrecht, printed by Nicolaes de Vries, 1658). Small 8vo (14.5 x 9.5 cm). With engraved frontispiece showing two gentlemen visiting a notary's office. Contemporary vellum.

      Pitlo, Notarisboeken, p. 330 & pp. 62-71; STCN (1 incomplete copy); WorldCat (2 copies). Third edition, revised and enlarged, of a rare practical handbook for practicing notaries, written by Simon van Leeuwen (1626-1682), the most famous Dutch lawyer of the 17th century after Hugo de Groot (Grotius). It incorporates a dictionary of more than 4000 technical terms, many borrowed or adapted from Latin, giving simple definitions in common Dutch. Unlike the second edition, the present third edition explicitly notes that it has been newly revised, improved and expanded. It teaches all theoretical and practical knowledge needed in a notary's office, presented in the form of questions and answers, like a catechism, but sometimes also citing sources. Van Leeuwen's approach is refreshingly anti-bureaucratic.From the library of Eeltjo van Beresteyn (1876-1948). With a 1770 owner's inscription, some underlining and an occasional pencilled note. With a small chip in the frontispiece, a few pages with minor smudges or marginal defects, but still in good condition. Binding somewhat soiled and back board wrinkled, no endleaves. Rare practical handbook, essential for historical research in any field.

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        TRAICTÉ DU TABAC, ou nicotiane, panacée, petun: autrement herbe à la reyne, avec sa préparation et son usage, pour la plus part des indispositions du corps humain, ensemble les diverses façons de le falsifier, et les marques pour le recognoistre.

      1626 - Lyon, Barthelemy Vincent, 1626. Petit in-8 (115 X 179) vélin souple à coutures apparentes, titre calligraphié au dos à l'encre noire (reliure de l'époque); (4) ff. dont titre, 342 pages, (1) f., (7) planches dépliantes [et] 313 pages, (1) page et (2) ff. Petites restaurations à la reliure et à la page de titre. PREMIÈRE ÉDITION FRANÇAISE. Elle est illustrée de 9 FIGURES sur cuivre dont sept hors-texte dépliants et deux à pleine page. Une édition hollandaise en latin a paru à Leyde en 1622 et 1626. Ouvrage bien complet de l'importante partie intitulée "Discours sur la Thériaque et ingrediens d'icelle" par L. Catalan. «This medical-surgical-pharmaceutical description of tobbaco by a famous Dutch physician was a popular compendium of information relating to the "scientific" methods of preparing and using tobacco "for all the ailments of the human body." It contains nine engravings of the plant and its cultivation, pipes, etc. Among these are two, the earliest published, of the Persian water-pipe, the Kalian.» (Jérôme E. Brooks, "The Collection of George Arents Jr", n°84 et n°89abc). AGRÉABLE EXEMPLAIRE en vélin d'époque. PLEASANT COPY. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST.

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        Les tables de directions et profections de Jean de Mont-Royal

      1626 - deux parties en 1 volume in-8 Paris, par Fleury Bourriquant pour Henrion en l'Isle du Palais à l'Image Saint Michel, 1626, , deux parties en 1 volume in-8 de (18), 120 pages, puis 248 pages, plein vélin de l'époque, dos lisse portant un titre manuscrit de l'époque à l'encre, Première édition française des Tables de Regiomontanus donnée par Henrion, augmentée par lui-même de nouvelles tables. Les 31 problèmes de Regiomontanus sont très longuement commentés par l'éditeur français, et celui-ci introduit son ouvrage par une longue préface adressée aux "lecteurs" dans laquelle il explicite la lecture et l'utilisation de ses tables hétérogène et homogène, ainsi que la manière de l'utiliser pour rendre compte des triangles rectangles. Sur la première page de titre, une composition de collage réalisée au XVIIe ou XVIIIe siècle rehaussée à la main. Superbe exemplaire de cette oeuvre rare, dans condition d'origine, portant l'ex-libris de Paul Helbronner. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Cosmographie ou traicté général des choses tant celestes qu'elementaires

      1626 - de (4), puis pages 113 à 9354 Paris, chez l'auteur, 1626, in-8, de (4), puis pages 113 à 9354 et (2) pages, plein vélin de l'époque, Seconde édition, revue par l'auteur, la première ayant paru en 1620. Denis Henrion, ingénieur au service du Prince d'Orange puis professeur de Mathématiques à Paris, reste surtout connu pour avoir améliorer le compas de Galilée et pour son "Mécomètre, un instrument de géométrie. Il publia aussi, très tôt en France et en français, des tables de logarithmes, traduisit les Éléments d'Euclide, ainsi que d'autres ouvrages de mathématiques dont les Tables de Regiomontanus. Enfin, il publia de nombreux ouvrages dans un but d'enseignement, dont le présent texte. DSB, VI, p. 271-272. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Antique Germany map - Janssonius, 1626.

      Antique Germany map - Nova Germaniae DescriptioBeautiful map of greater Germany. 2nd state (out of 5) published in 1626 by Johannes Janssonius, originally published by Petrus Kaerius in 1615. Size: 47 x 57,2 cm.The map is framed on all sides with decorative borders. The top border contains portaits of Emperor Matthias with the seven Electors, all on horseback. Matthias is shown twice: as emperor and as king of Bohemia and Hungary.On three sides the map image is framed by shields with coats of arms. Along the bottom border runs a strip with ten town views in oval frames: Cologne, Frankfurt, Strassbourg, Nurenberg, Prague, Augsburg, Hedeilberg, Lübeck and Hamburg. Willem janszn.'s map of 1609 served as a model for the town views. The coats of arms along the side borders are flanked by costumed figures. Verso: blank.Literature: Günther Schilder, Monumenta Cartographica VI, 33.2Price: € 5.500,- (excl. VAT/BTW).

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        Purchas His Pilgrimes ... [with] Purchas His Pilgimage ... the fourth edition

      London: printed by William Stansby for Henrie Fetherstone, 1626. Together 5 volumes, folio. (13 x 8 3/8 inches). Vol.I with blank R4. Engraved additional title to vol.I, 88 engraved maps (6 double-page and 1 folding, 81 half-page and within the text), 7 other engraved illustrations, numerous wood-cut illustrations. (Vol.III lacking front blank). Early 20th-century green morocco gilt by W. Pratt, covers with large central gilt arabesque, spines in six compartments with raised bands, lettered in gilt in the second and third compartments, marbled endpapers, g.e. A fine set of a foundation work for any collection of travels and voyages: the first edition of "Purchas his Pilgrimes" with the second state of engraved title dated 1625, and Smith's map of Virginia in Verner's 8th state: together with the fourth edition of the "Pilgrimage" (issued here as a supplement) The whole forming an important set of narratives of travels and exploration from the earliest times up until the early 17th century. The second great collection of English voyages, expanding upon and greatly adding to the work of Hakluyt, whose manuscripts Purchas took over after Hakluyt's death. Purchas collects over twelve hundred separate narratives of explorations in every part of the world. Many of the accounts relate to the New World, especially Virginia, and one of the engraved maps is Smith's famous "Map of Virginia" Besides the Smith Virginia map, Purchas also includes two other maps of the greatest importance for North American cartography. The first of these is the "Briggs" map of North America, generally considered the first map to show California as an island. The Briggs map is also the first to note New Mexico by that name, and the first to name the Hudson River and Hudson Bay. The other notable American map is William Alexander's depiction of the Northeast, showing the coast from Massachusetts north to Newfoundland. As Burden notes, this is the first map to record many place names and is a "map of great importance." Purchas began work on his massive collection in 1611, and published various editions of a short collection, with the similar title of "Purchas His Pilgrimage," over the next ten years. That publication, however, was merely a precursor to the present work, an entirely different book and arguably the greatest collection of travels and voyages ever published. The first two volumes are mainly devoted to travels in Africa, the Middle East, and Asia. The third volume largely treats northern explorations and America. The fourth volume is almost entirely devoted to America. The fifth volume, Pilgrimage , is a supplement to all of the preceding parts, and properly completes a set of Purchas' Pilgrimes. Arents 158; Baer Maryland 8; Borba de Moraes II, pp.692-693; Burden 164, 208, 214; Church 401A; European Americana 625/173 & 626/100; Hill (2004) 1403; Huth sale 6057; JCB (3)II:196-197; Sabin 66686 and cf. 66682; Streit I:423; STC 20509 & 20508; Streeter Sale 36.

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        Eigentliche Abbildung der newen Fahrt welche auß dem Rhein, unter Rheinberck biß in die Maeß, unter Venlo angefangen und Bereit biß an die Stadt Geldern, sampt 11. Forten fertig ist.':.

      - Kupferstich v. David Custos aus Östreichischer Lorbeerkrantz b. Nicolaus Bellus (Michael Caspar Lundorp) in Frankfurt, 1626, 26 x 30,5 Pistor-Smeets, Die Fossa Eugenina, S.75, Nr. 3.3.4. - Karte des Kanals von Rheinberg über Geldern bis Venlo (Fossa Eugeniana). - Oben links Rollwerkskartusche. (hochauflösende Bilder auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - high resolution pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Kartenspieler. Öl auf Kupferplatte.

       11, 8 x 17,6 cm, Tadell. Im Bild signiert(auf der Schmalseite der Sitzfläche des linken Spielers). - Bezaubernde detailreiche Szene von 4 Karten spielenden Männern in Innenraum. Jan van Kessel (1626 in Antwerp - 1679 in idem) was a Flemish painter of still lifes. who was the father of another painter with the same name Jan van Kessel. and Jan Brueghel the Elder`s grandson. He was the son of Hieronymus van Kessel and Paschasia Brueghel. and was a pupil of his father and his uncle Jan Brueghel the Younger. He became a member of the Antwerp Guild of Saint Luke in 1644 as \"blomschilder\" (flower painter). He was influenced by Daniel Seghers. According to Houbraken. he was famous in his lifetime for the neatness of his flower paintings and Cornelis de Bie wrote a poem about him. He specialized in small-scale pictures of subjects gleaned from the natural world such as floral still lifes and allegorical series showing animal kingdoms. the four elements. the senses. or the parts of the world. Obsessed with picturesque detail. van Kessel worked from nature and used illustrated scientific texts as sources for filling his pictures with objects represented with almost scientific accuracy. Jan van Kessel painted many animals (especially insects) and flowers. as well as some mythological and biblical scenes. his choice of subject leaned towards those which included animals and plants. His pupils were his sons Jan and Ferdinand van Kessel.[1] Versand D: 20,00 EUR Gemälde - vor 1900

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        Gesamtans., davor Reiterportrait von Karl I Stuart, "Carlovs D.G. Magnae britanniae Franciae Scotiae et Hyberniae, Rex Anno MDCXXVI".

      - Kupferstich v. J. van Heyden, 1626, 29 x 24,5 (H) Seltenes Reiterportrait mit London im Hintergrund. Allseitig knapp beschnitten.

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        Schweizer Chronik: Das ist Gründliche und Wahrhafte Beschreibung der fürnehmsten Jahrsgeschichten, welche sich bey löblicher Eydgnoßschafft seyt etlich Hunndert Jahren her verloffen. Mit Einführung vieler nahmhaffter, in Frankreich und Italien verübter Kriegen und wohldenckwürdiger Geschichtenn. Auf ein Neues revidiert und biß auff das 1631 Jahr vermehret sampt einer kurtzen Verzeichnus der Achtbarste Minder Burgundischen oder Nüchtlandischen von Graffen, Freyen und Edlen, hievor bey vielen unbekanten Geschlechternn etc durch Michael Stettler. [Zweiter Titel:] Annales oder Gründliche Beschreibung der fürnembsten geschichten und Thaten welche sich in gantzer Helvetia, den jüngsten Jahren nach von ihrem anfang her gerechnet, als son .

      (Jacob Stuber für Teil 2), Bern 1626 - 1626-1627. 6 Bl., 672 [recte 674] S., 9 Bl., Register, Errata; Titelei, 3 Bl., 596 S., 8 Bl. Schmuckloser, etwas neuerer Pappband, unbeschnittenes Exemplar mit breitem Rand. Gestoch. erster Titel, zweiter, zweifarb. Titel. (bestossen und berieben, vorderes Gelenk gelockert, innen unterschiedlich gebräunt, wenige Wurmspuren im weißen Rand des Innenfalzes, in einem Fall auch in den Kolumnentitel, wenig störend, Paginierung teils springend resp. irrig. . .Gestochener erster Titel, zweiter, zweifarbiger Titel, 2 Blatt Dedication, 2 Blatt Widmungstexte an Stettler, 672 [recte: 674] Seiten, 9 Blatt. Register, 1 Blatt Errata; Titelei, 2 Bl. Vorrede, 1 Bl. Widmungstext an Stettler, 596 S., 1 Bl. (zwischen 580 und 581 verbunden), 7 Bll. Register, 1 Bl. Errata mit Schlußmarke. Der Band wurde aber blattweise kollationiert, er ist vollständig! - Umfassende Chronik, in barockem, aber trotzdem noch gut lesbarem Deutsch verfasst. 3700 Gramm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        I GOVERNATORI DI BRISIGHELLA, ET VALLE DI LAMONE ALLI CAVALIERI DELLA MEDESIMA VALLE.

      Brisighella 1626 - un foglio volante 30x38 cm, in cornice tipografica con capolettera inciso e stemma.

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        EINBLATTDRUCK/ CASTRUM DOLORIS: PIIS MANIBUS GUILIELMI. V. COMITIS PALAT. RHEN. UTR: BOIAR. DUCIS [ ].

      - Sehr seltener Einblattdruck anlässlich der Beisetzung von Wilhelm V. von Bayern in der Jesuitenkirche St. Michael in München im Jahr 1626. Das großformatige Blatt zeigt den geräumigen Chorraum von St. Michael mit Castrum doloris (Trauerlager) in der Mitte und anlässlich der Trauerfeierlichkeiten aufgestellten ephemeren Trauerdekoration, bestehend aus vier Pyramiden, Wappen des Hauses Wittelsbach, Skeletten mit Grabtüchern und Kerzen. Die Trauerfeierlichkeiten und –dekoration im Zuge der Beisetzung Wilhelms V. sind weiterhin durch ein Buch, Mausoleum virtutis et honoris piis manibus Guilielmi V. Serenissimi Boiariae Ducis Inter quatuor Pyramides a Collegio Societatis Iesu Monacensi Gratae Memoriae erectum [ ] (bei Haeredibus Ioannis Hertsroy & Cornelio Leysserio, München 1626), dokumentiert. Herzog Wilhelm V. von Bayern (1548-1626, reg. 1579-1597), genannt „der Fromme", setzte nach seinem Regierungsantritt die gegenreformatorische Politik seines Vaters Albrecht V. fort. Auch die zwischen 1583 und 1597 errichtete Jesuitenkirche St. Michael und der ihr angeschlossene Gebäudekomplex des Wilhelminums mit dem jesuitischem Kolleg gingen aus Bauinitiativen seines Vaters hervor (Grundsteinlegung am 18. April 1583, Weihe am 6. Juli 1597). Der Kirchenbau ist stilistisch von „Il Gesù", der römischen Mutterkirche der Jesuiten, angeregt und wirkte als geistiges Zentrum der Gegenreformation in Bayern vorbildhaft für viele katholische Kirchenbauten im deutschsprachigen Raum. Das Blatt zeigt den großzügigen Chorraum von St. Michael mit der prunkvollen Stuckdekoration der Seitenwände und des weiten Tonnengewölbes sowie der ephemeren Trauerdekoration. Die ungewöhnlich großzügige Anlage des Chors hängt vermutlich mit dem Turmeinsturz während der Bauarbeiten im Jahr 1590 zusammen, bei dem der vorherige Chor zerstört wurde. Die Finanzbeamten Herzog Wilhelms V. sollen in Anbetracht der prekären Staatsfinanzen den Einsturz für eine Warnung des Himmels gehalten haben und schlugen vor, gänzlich auf einen Chorraum zu verzichten. Auch der Herzog sah in dem Turmeinsturz ein Zeichen des Himmels, deutete dieses jedoch als Aufforderung zum Bau eines wesentlich größeren Chorraums, da der erste Chorraum für einen so bedeutenden Engel wie den Erzengel Michael offensichtlich zu klein konzipiert worden war und den Zorn Gottes erregt hatte. Neben der Funktion als geistiges Zentrum der Gegenreformation, diente St. Michael auch als neue Grablege des Hauses Wittelsbach. Neben der Theatinerkirche und der Frauenkirche wurde die Fürstengruft in St. Michael eine der wichtigsten Grablegen des bayerischen Herrscherhauses. Wilhelm V. wurde auf eigenen Wunsch als der erste Wittelsbacher in der Gruft bestattet. Der Einblattdruck zeigt den Sarg des Herzogs in der Mitte des Chorraums unter dem Castrum doloris, einem aufwendig geschmückten Trauerlager, das als kurzfristige Dekoration für die Trauerfeierlichkeiten an die Macht und Größe des Verstorbenen gemahnen sollte. Sekundär war die Bezeichnung Castrum doloris in der frühen Neuzeit auch als Gattungsbezeichnung für Drucke wie den hier vorliegenden gebräuchlich, die die Inschriften von Trauergerüsten dokumentierten. Das vorliegende Blatt ist sehr selten, wir konnten es im Besitz keiner Bibliothek nachweisen.

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        Metz-Dukes of Lorraine, anno 1608, Albizzi Antonio

      Albizzi Antonio, 1547-1626 - Family Tree of the Dukes of Lorraine, Metz, anno 1608 "Veteres Duces Lotharingiae [.]" kolorierter Kupferstich - Stammbaum von Lothringen, mit einer Ansicht der Stadt Metz, sowie Text auf der Rückseite, von Antonio Albizzi, aus "Principum Christianorum Stemmata", Augsburg 1608 Blattgröße: ca. 44 x 30 cm Ansicht: ca. 39 x 24 cm - leicht fleckig und etwas gebräunt, teils mit Quetschfalten - [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Göttingen / Northeim / Wolfenbüttel / Friedland / Duderstadt / Lutter am Barenberge. - Schlachtenansicht. - Dreißigjähriger Krieg. - "Abriss der blutigen Schlacht - so ihr Exc. Grave Tylli Kays: Gen: dem König in Dennmarckgeliefert. den 12 Aug: 1626".

      - Historische Ortsansicht. Kupferstich, um 1626. 24,8 x 32,9 cm (Darstellung ) / 26,4 x 34,5 cm (Blatt). Oberhalb der Darstellung in den Umrandungslinien betitelt. Ortschaften innerhalb der Abbildung beschriftet. Zudem sind einzelne Szenen und Abschnitte mit Buchstaben versehen und in der Legende oben rechts erläutert. - In der Schlacht bei Lutter am Barenberge, etwa 10 Kilometer südwestlich des heutigen Salzgitter, besiegten am 17. Augustt 1626g die Truppen des Kaisers und der Katholischen Liga unter Johann t?Serclaes von Tilly das Heer des Niedersächsischen Kreises und Dänemarks unter König Christian IV. In der Folge kam es 1629 zum Separatfrieden von Lübeck, der den dänisch-niedersächsischen Teilkonflikt des Dreißigjährigen Krieges beendete. Die vorliegende, detailreiche Vogelschau gibt einen Überblick über das Schlachtengeschehen. Die topographischen Dimensionen sind hier stark vereinfacht. - Schmalrandig, bis auf oben und links bis zu zwei Drittel. Frühere Falzung geplättet. Minimaler Abrieb vor allem im oberen Bereich. Verso entlang der Bugfalte gebräunt. Insgesamt gut erhaltenes Exemplar.

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        The perpetuitie of a regenerate mans estate

      Printed by William Iones dwelling in Redcrosse-streete, London 1626 - REFERENCE WORK ON PURITANISM DEDICATED TO THE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY FIRST EDITION, 4to [xl], 410, [ii], final errata leaf. Roman letter, some Italic. Woodcut initials, woodcut and typographical headpieces, early ex libs of Isaac Farmer and Humphry Govier who ‘borrowed this Booke for some tyme of his friend’ on fly, and Oliver Govier on f. e-p. at end. Light age yellowing, light damp-stain to upper margin of opening gathering, the odd minor marginal spot or thumb mark. A very good, clean copy, in contemporary limp vellum. First edition of the author's first work, dedicated to George Abbot, Archbishop of Canterbury, a virulent attack on Arminianism, and the opening broadside in Prynne’s lifelong polemical battle against all non puritans. Although Prynne had devoted himself to the Law his interests began to lie more and more with religious reform, which he tackled in the publication of several pamphlets. In particular he was opposed to Arminianism (the doctrine that God had given people the choice to accept or reject him) in the court of Charles I. Prynne was an ardent puritan and thus believed in predestination and original sin. In this work he harshly criticised the Arminians and was summoned to court to defend the publication. He avoided imprisonment and continued to publish pamphlets attacking the corruption of the theatre, the wearing of long hair, sport on Sundays etc. This work is important in highlighting the beginnings of the political and doctrinal split that would lead to the civil war. "Doctrinal Calvinists, humiliated in front of Buckingham at the York House Conference, were excluded from Royal counsels and from ecclesiastical preferment. The isolation of the court from Calvanist opinions, and the aggressive Arminian policies pursued during the personal rule, ultimately drove previously law-abiding episcopalian Calvinists, both in England and Scotland, into counter resistance to the King and the church hierarchy: but it was unquestionably the King and Laud who were the innovators, and the Puritans, the reactionaries." Peter White. ‘Predestination, Policy and Polemic’. Prynne used this polemic to link ‘Arminian’ error in doctrine with ‘Popish’ ceremony in worship. He wanted action taken by Parliament before "the poisonous works of Aquinas, Lombard, Scotus, Suarez, Bellarmine and such like Popish schoolmen. be read by too many, whence they smell and stink of Popery and Neutrality ever after, to their own perdition". A very good entirely unsophisticated copy. STC 20471. ESTC, S115319. Not in Lowndes. English [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Historiarum Sui Temporis Libri CXXXVIII ( Volumes 1,2,4,5)

      1626 - Gold gilt on spine and front/back cover heavily rubbed. General wear. Soiled crest on front inside cover.Books are Delivate, spines are beginning to crack. top and bottom of spines have some heavy chipping and some slight pieces missing, no more than and inch to either top or bottom of spine, Foxing.Written in latin. Soilng to pages. Pen and pencil markings on front inside cover. FOUR VOLUME HEAVY SET WILL REQUIRE ADDITIONAL POSTAGE! DATE PUBLISHED: 1626 EDITION: [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        EXORTACION HECHA AL CHRISTIANISSIMO REY DE FRANCIA, Y DE NAUARRA LUYS DECIMOTERCIO, HECHA CON TODA FIDELIDAD, HUMILIDAD, Y VERDAD EN FRANCES, TRADUCIDA DESPUES EN LATIN, Y DE LATIN EN CASTELLANO. EN LA QUAL BREVE Y APRESTADAMENTE SE MUESTRA QUAN FEA, Y ABOMINABLEMENTE HIZO LIGA, Y MOUIO GUERRA EL REYNO DE FRANCIA EN ESTOS TEIMPOS CONTRA LOS CATOLICOS, Y COMO NO LA PUEDE PROSEGUIR SIN CONECIDISSIMO RIESGO DE LA RELIGION CHIRISTIANA

      Impressa en la ciudad Imperial de Augusta [i.e. Trier], 1626. Small folio. Dbd. Contemporary manuscript docketing on p.[16] and contemporary ink underscoring on p.[7]. Some loss, repaired in silk, from chipping at gutter and from worming in several leaves, the latter affecting some text but not exceeding 1 x 1 inch in area. Closed tears in final leaf, repaired with very early paper on verso. Light staining and foxing. Overall very good. The original Spanish translation of an important invective against Louis XIII during the first phase of France's involvement in the Thirty Years' War. At the time of this publication in 1626, France had actively begun to support the Protestant side in the conflict, concerned with the political threat of the Hapsburg states that surrounded it on three sides (in Spain and Spanish-controlled Flanders to the south and north and the Holy Roman Empire in Germany to the East). In 1624, Cardinal Richelieu was appointed to the Royal Council of Louis XIII and immediately began to institute a vigorous anti-Hapsburg policy. The following year France joined England in subsidizing the efforts of Christian IV of Denmark to defend Lower Saxony against the Holy Roman Empire, beginning an involvement in the war that would eventually lead to its own military participation against its fellow Catholic powers. The present document is a long and detailed warning to Louis XIII against pursuing a course of actions that would pit France against the rest of the Catholic world. According to the document, itself, the text was first composed in French and subsequently translated into Latin and thence into Castilian Spanish. It immediately occasioned a number of responses and refutations, and its anonymous authorship soon became the subject of a 200- year-long debate. In his exhaustive and authoritative bibliography on the Jesuits, BIBLIOTHÈQUE DE LA COMPAGNIE DE JÉSUS, Augustin de Backer seems to have put the question of authorship to rest, attributing it to the German Jesuit Jacob Keller. Keller (1568-1631) was a German scholar and controversialist, widely regarded as a genius and best known for a counter-Calvinist tract on Tyrannicide and a celebrated defense of the Papacy in a debate with Lutheran theologian Jacob Heilbrunner. Backer lists both the French and Latin versions of the EXHORTATION... and refers to a German translation, but he omits any mention of the present Spanish version. He also describes the document as having been printed in Italy, which may result from confusion regarding the city name of Augusta. While Augusta, Syracuse, was under anti- French Spanish control in 1626 and may thus be a candidate for the printing location, all other signs and context point to Trier ("Augusta Treverorum" in Latin), including the publisher's imprint which calls Augusta an "imperial city" and declares permission for publication from the Holy Roman Emperor. An extremely interesting and rare document, anticipating the violent wars between France and the rest of Catholic Europe of the following decade and offering a view of the French-Hapsburg rivalry from the Austro-German Hapsburg perspective and translated for the Spanish Hapsburg audience. One copy is held at the Casa de la Cultura Ecuatoriana Benjamín Carrión in Quito; OCLC lists one additional copy, at the New York Public Library.

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        Ai theiai leitourgiai [with] Apostolos

      Antonio Pinelli [with] Gian Pietro Pinelli, Venice 1626 - FROM GEORGE III'S CHAPLAIN 4to, two works in one, 1): A-D8, ff. [32]; 2): ?-?8, +2, ff. [162]. Black-and-red Greek letter; large woodcut border on both titles, including vignette of the Last Supper; large printer’s device to the verso of the final leaf; marginal paper flaw to 2?viir, original paper crease to ?viiir affecting a few letters; clean tear in the margin of oiir. A very good copy, almost untrimmed, slightly browned due to poor quality of paper, in elegant tree calf; gilded border to covers; small repairs to the corners; skilfully rebacked; original spine with morocco label remounted, elegant decoration in gilt; inscription on the title verso ‘Caesaris De Missy Berolinensis: Londini: A. D. 1754’. Rare seventeenth-century specimens of these characteristic devotional booklets for Greek Catholics and Orthodox believers. In early modern Italy, one can find a considerable number of minority groups using the Byzantine rite, from the Albanian and Greek communities in the Southern part of the peninsula, to the settlements of Eastern Greeks in Venice and the main harbours, like Livorno. Greece and the Oriental Mediterranean Sea also represented an appealing marketing area, with very few competitors, given the reluctance of the Ottoman Empire in exploiting printing as a means of communication. Since the Renaissance, Venice had been traditionally the main centre for this kind of publication. A century later, Antonio Pinelli tried to set up in the city a business exporting Greek books to Constantinople. He acquired Greek fonts from earlier publishers specialised in modern Greek printing (such as Cristoforo Zanetti and Giacomo Leoncini) and established a family publishing house. His firm acted as the official press of the Republic until the early nineteenth century. Since religious books for Greeks were meant for daily use, they were printed in cheap editions and only very few copies survive to the present day. The liturgies by Chrysostom and Basil, the most commonly celebrated forms of the Divine Liturgy, were published for the first time in Rome by Demetrios Ducas in 1526 and then frequently reprinted. The Apostolon is a compendium of exemplary abstracts from the Acts of the Apostles and their letters, to be read throughout the year. The editio princeps was published in 1525 by Nicolini brothers, at the initiative of Damiano Santa Maria for the Greek Venetian community. This appears to be the only known copy of the issue of 1633. This apparently unique copy bears a remarkable provenance. César de Missy (1703–1775) was the Prussian chaplain of George III. A prominent collector and Biblical scholar interested in religious Greek books, he spent his life gathering early manuscripts of the Bible and dreaming of publishing a new edition of the New Testament. His stunning collection was acquired by the Scottish physicians William Hunter (1718-1783) and Matthew Baillie (1761-1823) and reached Glasgow University Library in 1807. Not in BM STC 17 It, Graesse nor Brunet. Layton, 140-141, 144, 429-432. Greek [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        ...RELACION VERDADERA DEL VIAJE, ENTRADA, Y RECIBIMIETO QUE LA CIUDAD DE BARCELONA HIZO A LA BUENA VENIDA DEL SEÑOR CARDENAL LEGADO, EN 18, DE MARÇO DESTE AÑO DE 1626

      Madrid, 1626. Small folio. Dbd. Contemporary manuscript docketing on fourth page. Early folds. Large chip (approximately 2 3/4 x 2 inches) in lower outer corner of second leaf, touching a few of the final letters on ten lines of text; loss from worming on a few letters of a dozen lines of text. Wear along folds; all losses filled by silk. Good. Spanish newsletter account of the historical visit of Cardinal Barberini to Barcelona during his 1626 diplomatic mission to Spain. Francesco Barberini of Florence (1597-1679) was the nephew of Pope Urban VIII and a prominent church leader during the 17th century, noted for his diplomatic activities during the Thirty Years' War and his extensive humanism. A lifelong supporter of artists, scientists, and intellectuals, Barberini was one of three of ten judges at Galileo's trial who refused to sign Galileo's sentence, and he was the founder of the renowned Barberini Library, a central meeting place for scholars in 17th-century Rome and home to one the world's great collections of manuscripts (now part of the Vatican Library). In February 1626, Barberini departed Rome as legate a latere to Spain, where he negotiated with the Count-Duke of Olivares on the question of French and Spanish control of the Valtellina. On March 18, 1626, Barberini arrived in Barcelona amidst much fanfare, which is recounted in the present newsletter. The text describes the visit from the landing of the Papal embassy to a series of musical performances and celebrations and the various meetings between the young Cardinal and local dignitaries. OCLC locates no copies. Very rare.

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        Om Romerske Rijksens första Ursprung/ the gamble Romares Härkomst/ Wäsende/ Wijsheet/ redelige Wandel/ loflige Regemente/ Ridderlige Bedrifter/ herlige Segerwinningar emoot sine Fiender

      Ignatius Meurer, Stockholm 1626 - FIRST EDITION thus. Folio (i-iv; a1-d4, e6), pp. 952 (xxviii). Text in double column. Gothic letter, occasional Roman and Italic, coat of arms of the royal House of Vasa on t.p. Title in red and black; woodcut initials in various sizes. Historiated and floral head- and tail-pieces throughout. Woodcut ornaments on final recto, very occasional marginalia. Inscriptions in pencil and ink and book-plates of Gustaf Collijn and John Pape on front pastedown. In handsome contemp Swedish deerskin, covers with gilt-tooled double frames and gilt floriated central lozenge. Four flowers gilt within each frame. Spine with five raised bands, repaired and worn at head and tail; compartments decorated with floriated designs, some gilding remaining. Edges very richly gauffered in pointillé in a floral design. Uniform light yellowing, a very good copy of a handsome volume. Rare first edition of the first Swedish translation of Ab urbe condita, Livy’s (59 BC-17 AD) monumental panegyric history of Rome, which blends the legendary and historical. Begun sometime between 27 and 20 BC, Livy begins with the arrival of Aeneas in Italy and the mythological founding of Rome by Romulus and Remus. The chronology continues up until Livy’s own era, ending with the death of Drusus the Elder in 9 BC. The style of writing combines narrative and annalistic language. An extensive chronology is found before the main text. Historical, biblical, and mythological events are set out according to four timelines: the world’s creation, BC, years since the sack of Troy, and years since the founding of Rome. Added to this is a list of all of Rome’s consuls and emperors, as well as a considerable index. Translated by Erik Schroder (Ericus Schroderum, 1575-1647), this edition features the content of the surviving Books I-XLV, supplemented by Florus’ (74 AD-130 AD) commentaries on the non-extant Books XLVI-CXL. There is a dedication by Schroder to the Privy Council of Sweden. The volume was printed by Ignatius Meurer (1586-1672), one of two printers with royal privilege in 17th-century Sweden. Previous owners include Gustaf Collijn (1880-1968), dramatist and cousin of national chief librarian Isak Collijn, and John Pape, a lawyer and ethnologist living in Helsingborg. Bygdén II p. 92. Worldcat records copies only at SLUB. Dresden and the BL. Swedish [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        NUEVO DESCUBRIMIENTO DEL GRAN CATHAYO, O REYNOS DE TIBET, POR EL PADRE ANTONIO DE ANDRADE, DE LA COMPANIA DE JESUS, PORTUGUES, EN EL ANO DE 1624 [caption title]

      Lisbon, 1626. Small quarto. Modern half morocco and marbled boards, spine gilt. Manuscript foliations in upper outer corner of recto of each leaf. A bit of faint spotting. Very good. The first Spanish language edition, following by a few months the first edition (which was printed in Portuguese), printed in Lisbon the same year. This is the second overall printing of Andrade's important letter. The first authoritative, printed account of a European traveller's visit to Tibet. Antonio de Andrade (1580- 1634) was a Portuguese Jesuit missionary who entered the order in 1596. From 1600 to 1624 he was the principal missionary in the Indies. In 1624, with the support of the Moghul emperor, he set out for Tibet, hoping to make contact with a reported trans-Himalayan Christian community. Travelling north to the upper Ganges and then to Mana, on the present-day border of Tibet, he continued on past local resistance to the state of Guge, where he encountered his first Buddhists. Andrade successfully convinced the King to allow the teaching of Christianity, and returned to Agra, where he wrote the present letter to his superiors, relating his journey and his experiences. Andrade would ultimately return to Tibet two more times, consecrating a church at Tsaparang in 1626. Andrade's printed letter is crucially important as being the first authentic report of Tibet by a European who undoubtedly went there (the 14th-century visit of Odorico de Pordenone remains in dispute). It was very popular and quickly went through many editions. "Throughout Catholic Europe this 'discovery' (so proclaimed by the title of the work, though Andrade never called it that himself) was hailed as a great victory for the faith and as possible aid in circumventing the dangers from the Protestant fleets on the lengthy sea route from India to China....Through Andrade's book and his later letters and those of others, Europe learned more about Tibet's location, size, political divisions, religion and customs" - Lach. A most important European account of travel in Asia, and the first European experience of Tibet.

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        Andreae Fachinei . Controversiarum iuris libri tredecim quibus omnes fere quaestiones praecipuae ut sunt judiciales contractuum ultimarum voluntatum feudales criminales et aliae miscellaneae mira brevitate et perspicuitate discutiuntur. Editio postrema ab authore multis Additionibus et emendationibus illustrata et in duas partes divisa cui accedunt initio operis eaedem Controvesiae assertorie decisae et iuxta seriem Pandect. et Codicis dispositae per Cornel. Pynacker

      sumptibus Antonii Hierati, Coloniae Agrippinae 1626 - Antica firma di appartenenza e piccola mancanza marginale (senza la minima lesione di testo) al frontespizio. Pronunciata uniforme brunitura dovuta alla qualità della carta Finalini capilettera ornati (103) + 741 + 800 + (92) p. 2 voll. in 1 tomo 251x185 mm p.perg coeva cordonata (4 nervi) con titolo manoscritto al dorso e ricco fregio a rilevo ai piatti

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        France revised and augmented, the attires of the French and situation of their cheifest(sic!) cities.

      London dat. 1626 - Kupferstichkarte (mit Randansichten), Dirck Gryp sculpsit, London dat. 1626, 52 x 41 cm. (Falzeinriß unten sorgfältig unterlegt, weißer Rand minimal stockfleckig, ansonsten schönes Exemplar). *Sehr dekorative Karte mit 2 Kartuschen sowie zahlreichen Ansichten und Trachten am Rand: oben ein Fries mit 8 Städteansichten (Angers, Poitiers, Orléans, Paris, Rouen, La Rochelle, Bordeaux, Calais),auf beiden Seiten je 5 Adels-, Patrizier- und Bauerntrachten. Carte-à-figures très decorative, surmontée de vues de villes de France, ornée de chaque coté de personnages représentant les differentes classes sociales: Roi, noblesse, marchands, bourgeois, paysans et hommes de loi. Publiée dans "A Prospect of the Most Famous Parts of the World", le premier atlas mondial réalisé par un Anglais. (Pâles rousseurs et petites fentes dans les marges). An attractive example of this finely engraved "carte à figures", so called because of the decorative side panels with town views and costume figures. The side panels depict 10 various costume figures, including the King and Queen of France, while the upper panel contains 8 fine engraved miniature town prospects. (Falzeinriß unten sorgfältig unterlegt, weißer Rand minimal stockfleckig, ansonsten schönes Exemplar).

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        Nova Totius Westphaliae Descriptio, ex celeberrimis, et varijs Autoribus, in unam tabulam redacta, per Nicolaum Janßonium Visscher, aut Piscatorem. 1626.':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich b. Claes Janszoon Visscher in Amsterdam, dat. 1626 (1634), 39,5 x 54 Campbell, Claes Jansz. Visscher: A Hundred Maps Described (MCS No. 46), Nr. 94; Koeman Vis 1 A, 43. - Zeigt den Westfälischen Kreis. - 1. Zustand dieser Karte. - Erstmalig veröffentlicht in der holländischen Ausgabe des Atlases von Mercator-Hondius-Janssonius. - Vorliegendes Exemplar Ohne Rückentext. - Oben rechts Titelkartusche. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Gesamtansicht ('Arte Et Marte - Hamburg').

      - Kupferstich aus Meisner Schatzkästlein, 1626, 9,5 x 14 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        IL PERFETO BOMARDIERO ET REAL INSTRUTTIONE DI ARTIGLIERI

      Venetia (Venice): Alessandro de'Vechi. 1626. Hardcover. Good. 1626. 4to, contemporary vellum, 143ff (ie 286 pp), many woodcuts throughout of military and artillery interest. Good copy, moderate to heavy staining and soil to vellum, still a good tight binding, wear and abrasions to foredge of front board, contents generally very good and bright, clean and unmarked, old bookplate and some stamps, from previous owners to endpapers, rear flyleaf has large corner missing, otherwise complete and very good. Digital images available upon request.

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        HAKLUYTUS POSTUMUS OR PURCHAS HIS PILGRIMES. CONTAYNING A HISTORY OF THE WORLD, IN SEA VOYAGES & LANDE-TRAUELLS, BY ENGLISHMEN & OTHERS...IN FIVE BOOKS

      London, 1626. Folio. Crushed blue morocco, gilt, by W. Pratt, covers with central gilt arabesques, spines lettered in gilt in six compartments, marbled endpapers, a.e.g. A fine copy. The second great collection of English voyages, expanding upon and greatly adding to the work of Hakluyt, whose manuscripts Purchas took over after Hakluyt's death. Purchas collects over twelve hundred separate narratives of explorations in every part of the world. Many of the accounts relate to the New World, especially Virginia, and one of the engraved maps is Smith's famous "Map of Virginia." Besides the Smith Virginia map, Purchas also includes two other maps of the greatest importance for North American cartography. The first of these is the "Briggs" map of North America, generally considered the first map to show California as an island. The Briggs map is also the first to note New Mexico by that name, and the first to name the Hudson River and Hudson Bay. The other notable American map is William Alexander's depiction of the Northeast, showing the coast from Massachusetts north to Newfoundland. As Burden notes, this is the first map to record many place names and is a "map of great importance." Purchas began work on his massive collection in 1611, and published various editions of a short collection, with the similar title of "Purchas His Pilgrimage," over the next ten years. That publication, however, was merely a precursor to the present work, an entirely different book and arguably the greatest collection of travels and voyages ever published. The first two volumes are mainly devoted to travels in Africa, the Middle East, and Asia. The third volume largely treats northern explorations and America. The fourth volume is almost entirely devoted to America. The fifth volume, PILGRIMAGE, is a supplement to all of the preceding parts, and properly completes a set of Purchas' ...PILGRIMES.... A foundation work for any collection of travels and voyages.

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        La Priula di Pigozzo Fromigon dedicata a gl'Illustrissimi Signori Abbate Agostino, Michele, et Girolamo. Figliuoli dell'Invitto Serenissimo Principe Antonio Priuli.

      In Padova: nella Stamperia Camerale, 1626. - In-16 (1) c. (di tavola in antiporta) (8) 72 al frontespizio calcografia con figura rappresentante Minerva e il motto: "Nil Invita Minerva", testatine e capolettere. Piena tela. Bella tavola in antiporta raffigurante il Doge Antonio Priuli in circondato da Leone di San Marco con libro chiuso e spada in mano e putti e figure allegoriche. Legatura moderna, piuttosto rifilato. Opera rara. Panegirico in dialetto scritto dal cameriere del doge Antonio Priuli scritto in commemorazione della sua morte, dove sono descritte tutte le sue gesta prima e dopo diventar doge e tutte le sue qualità, dedicata ai figli del Serenissimo Doge. Soranzo 3384. 17mo secolo [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Gesamtans., davor Reiterportrait von Karl I Stuart, "Carlovs D.G. Magnae britanniae Franciae Scotiae et Hyberniae, Rex Anno MDCXXVI".

      - Kupferstich v. J. van Heyden, 1626, 29 x 24,5 (H) Seltenes Reiterportrait mit London im Hintergrund. Allseitig knapp beschnitten.

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        LVXENBVRGICVS ducatus, septem Comitatibus distinctus, milliaria LXX continens, preter Oppida et castra, urbes moeniorum ambitu firmas; Pagos M.C.LXIX, et frequentem nobilitatem exhibet, eiusdemque adpellationis Metropoli inclarescit.

      1626 - Kupferstich-Karte, Paris, Jean Le Clerc ca. 1626. 39 x 46,5 cm. Bug oben und unten gerissen und hinterlegt. Van der Vekene, Les Cartes Géographiques Du Duché de Luxembourg, 2.08.B. Zeigt das Gebiet zwischen Düren, Metz, Verdun und Leuven. Rechts unten Rollwerktitelkartusche mit zwei Vögeln, die eine Girlande in ihren Schnäbeln halten. Rechts oben Meilenzeiger. Karte geostet. Die berühmte, seltene Karte, hier im zweiten von drei bisher bekannten Zuständen mit dem Plattenschaden in der rechten unteren Ecke. Guter, nuancenreicher Abdruck mit Plattenton. Bug oben und unten gerissen und hinterlegt.

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        DUE DISCORSI Circa l'vtilita` & altri commodi, Che apporta seco l'Agricoltura, o` vero coltivazione de' campi [bound with] L'AGRICOLTURA E CASA DI VILLA DI CARLO STEFANO

      Siena: appresso Emilio Bonetti, 1626. Two works bound together, both in Italian, the first particularly scarce. Superb contemporary or near contemporary binding of vellum spine with hand-printed and coloured patterned, parchment boards, later red calf label of the "Board of Agriculture" to the front board, dated 1801, manuscript title and old paper shelf no. label to the spine. All edges marbled. [First Title] pp. [8], 203, [1]. Title page with printer's woodcut device, dated 1626, several woodcut tailpieces and initial letters, fine woodcut vignette to the final page. Very scarce, no copies on Copac, just one copy located at the University of Sienna library. [Second Title] pp. [32], 368 + several blanks. Half title and title pages both present, title page dated 1677, with oval vignette; woodcut headpieces. Binding a little worn and rubbed, but strong, some age soiling. Contents very good, a little worming to the first 5 leaves of the first work, a few headlines close shaved but no apparent loss. Very good copies of two works on Agriculture, the first particularly rare, bound in a very attractive patterned contemporary or near contemporary binding. Please contact us for further details. . First Edition. Full Vellum. Very Good. 4to.

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        Vetus Græcia illustrata studio & operâ Ubbonis Emmi Frisii. Opus distinctum in tomos tres: quorum I. Descriptonem haber regionum à Græcis habitarum, cum adjunctis insulis: II. Complectitur res gestas græcorum: III. Repræsentat statum ac formam præcipuarum ejus gentis rerumpublicarum: Iemque iudicium amphictyonicum, & solemnes ludos, statis temporibus apud Græcos recurrentes. 1-3.

      - Leyden, Bonaventura & Abrahami Elzevir, 1626. 8vo. (24),+ 194,+ (22); (4),+ 519,+ (24); (4),+ 536,+ (32) pp. Minof spotting. Contemporary vellum. From the library of Eric Waller, with its book plate. Willems 252. Berghman 1576. Ubbonius Emmius (1547-1625) was a dutch calvinist historian. Eric Waller (1732-1811) var biskop i Västerås.

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        Conservacion de Monarquias: Discursos Politicos Sobre la Gran...

      1626. Proposals to Reform the Spanish Monarchy Fernandez Navarrete, Pedro [1564-1632]. Conservacion de Monarquias: Discursos Politicos Sobre la Gran Consulta que el Consejo Hizo al Senor Rey don Felipe Tercero. Madrid: En la Imprenta Real, 1626. [viii], 344 pp. Copperplate pictorial title page. Text in parallel columns printed within ruled borders. Folio (11" x 8"). Contemporary mottled calf, gilt spine with raised bands and lettering piece, speckled edges, marbled endpapers. Moderate rubbing to extremities, shallow scuffing to boards, some chipping to spine ends, front joint starting at head, corners bumped and somewhat worn. Text printed within ruled borders, woodcut decorated initials and tail pieces. Light toning to text, foxing to a few leaves. Contemporary underling and brief annotations in a few places, interior otherwise clean. Ex-library. Location label to spine, small inkstamps to title page, brief annotation in ink to verso. A solid copy of a scarce title. * First edition. Fernandez Navarrete was the Royal Chaplain and Secretary to the Spanish Kings Philip III and Philip IV. An elaboration of a 1621 work, Discursos Politicos, Conservacion de Monarquias is a commentary on the proposals by the Consejo Real de Castilla, a committee convened by Philip III to explore ways to modernize the monarchy. (The book reprints the text of the Consejo Real's report.) Among other suggestions, the committee proposed the promotion of agriculture, tax reductions, the suppression of religious orders and the abolition of primogeniture. Fernandez Navarrete supported most of the proposals and offered suggestions to realize them. Other editions were published in 1792 and 1805. All are scarce. OCLC locates 7 copies of the first edition in North America, none in law libraries. Palau, Manual del Librero Hispano-Americano 89491.

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        Historie der Reformatie en andere kerkelyke geschiedenissen in en ontrent de Nederlanden. 2e druk, 4 delen, Amsterdam, Rieuwertsz en Boom / Rotterdam, Bos, 1677, 1674, 1704 en 1704.

      4°, gebonden in 4 half leren banden uit de tijd, 847+996+976+1116 pag. Geillustreerd met frontispice en 26 portretgravures. Banden iets sleets. Haitsma Mulier/v.d. Lem 81e. Beroemd werk van de remonstrantse predikant en geschiedschrijver Gerard Brandt sr. (1626-1685). De delen 3 en 4 werden persklaar gemaakt door Brandts zoon Johannes. De eerste druk van deel 1 was in 1671 verschenen.

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        Kst.- Karte, v. Abraham Goos b. Joan. Janssonius, "Nova Franconiae descriptio".

      . dat. 1626, 44,7 x 55. Schilder,,Monumenta Cartographica, Bd. VI, 42 ( 1. Zustand von 2). Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Bd. 1, Seite 610 ( Abb. 2550: 1B. - Eine der seltenen, zugleich sehr dekorativen Frankenkarten mit 4 Bildleisten: seitlich je 2 Trachtenpaare, oben und unten mit insgesamt 6 Ansichten. Oben Nürnberg und Würzburg. Unten Bamberg, Fulda, Rothenburg /Tauber und Büdingen. - Leicht fleckig.

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