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        Memorie della Regina di Svezia.

      Libro manoscritto in - 4° (cm. 25,5), legatura coeva in p. pergamena rigida, titolo ms. al dorso, tagli marmorizzati; cc. [1] 112 [2 bb.] numerate in ottimo stato, con elegante calligrafia di gusto barocco, ampi margini, titolo al frontespizio inquadrato in ricca cornice calcografica; 1 ritratto della regina Cristina in antiporta aggiunto nel XIX secolo; antica firma di possesso alla carta 112 «Gio. Bernabei». Libro politico, ampia testimonianza inedita della regina transgender Cristina (1626 - 1689) che, affascinata dalla scienza e dall'alchimia, tentò di trasformare Stoccolma nell'Atene del Nord, abiurò il luteranesimo ed esiliò in sella a un cavallo verso Roma. Oltre alla spassosa descrizione dell'ambigua regina che «non ha punto del donnesco» [p.1], il libro racconta nei dettagli il suo viaggio nello Stato della Chiesa, la sua rinuncia alla Corona Reale, i suoi «disgusti» con gli spagnoli, la sua uccisione del marchese traditore; riporta poi un paio di sue lettere e il testamento in cui nomina unico erede il cardinale Decio Azzolini; in fine vi è un sonetto e l'indice. Il fatto che Cristina fosse nata con una spiccata ipertrofia clitoridea e che in vita avesse atteggiamenti mascolini (rifiutò Blaise Pascal in favore dell'amore gay per una dama) fomentò dilemmi sulla sua identità sessuale, tanto da condurre ancora nel 1965 un antropologo a riesumarne la salma per un esame [Hjortsjö C.H.. Drottning Christina. Lund 1966]. L'autore del manoscritto alimenta questi dubbi e viene da noi identificato in Celestino Galiani (1681 - 1753), zio e precettore dell'economista Ferdinando. Le prime biografie a stampa di Cristina di Svezia risultano tarde: Arckenholtz (Amsterdam 1751), Lacombe (Parigi 1762), D'Alembert (Amsterdam 1770), salvo un resoconto funerario di Buagni (Roma 1689). Ottimo stato di conservazione.

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        Delle merauiglie del mondo. per lui vedute

      Venice: Ghirardo & Iseppo Imberti, 1626. Rare Italian-language edition of Marco Polo?'s ?'Il Milione?'—according to PMM, probably ?"the most widely read?" version of this classic travelogue.

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        OSSERVAZIONI INTORNO ALLE VIPERE. Fatte da Francesco Redi gentiluomo aretino, Accademico della Crusca. E da lui scritte in una lettera all'Illustrissimo Signor Lorenzo Magalotti Gentiluomo della Camera del Ser.mo G.Duca di Toscana.

      Cm.23,6x17. Pg.91, (5). Legatura in piena pergamena semirigida, con minime tarlature ai margini. Tagli spruzzati. Frontespizio impresso in rosso e nero, con tavola calcografica che riporta il motto della Crusca "Il più bel fior ne coglie", ripetuta in xilografia al verso della carta L4. Le ultime due carte non numerate contengono l'imprimatur e l'errata. Fresco esemplare, a buoni margini. Francesco Redi (Arezzo, 1626 ?" 1697), naturalista, medico e letterato, compì gli studi a Firenze e a Pisa, laureandosi in Filosofia e Medicina, per poi entrare al servizio dei Medici. Fu arciconsolo della Crusca dal 1678 al 1690, partecipando ai lavori della terza edizione del "Vocabolario" e fu tra i fondatori dell'"Accademia del Cimento". Nominato archiatra del Granduca Ferdinando II, lasciò vari importanti studi tanto letterarari quanto scientifici, e morì a Pisa nel 1697. "I suoi studi, fra i quali quelli intorno alla generazione spontanea e al veleno delle vipere, rivestono particolare importanza nella storia della scienza moderna, per la loro opera di demolizione di alcune teorie di stampo aristotelico a favore di un'attività sperimentale e per la loro applicazione in campo medico di una pratica terapeutica di impostazione ippocratica, costruita su regole di prevenzione e sull'uso di rimedi esclusivamente naturali e su precetti di vita equilibrata. Pubblicò un gran numero di ricerche naturalistiche, che destarono grande interesse in tutta Europa. Nelle "Osservazioni Intorno alle Vipere" dimostrò che il veleno di questi animali, contrariamente alla comune opinione dell'epoca, è dannoso solo se inoculato nella ferita e non se ingerito. Nel lavoro scientifico di Redi più ancora dei risultati ottenuti è essenziale il metodo usato, che gli assicura un posto di grande rilievo nella storia del metodo sperimentale" (da wikipedia).

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        Kreutterbuch

      Frankfurt a. M, 1600 (Titel) / Hoffmann für J. Fischer Erben, 1626 (Druckermarke). - Jetzt widerumb mit vielen schönen newen Figuren auch nützlichen Artzneyen und andern guten Stücken gemehret unnd verfertigt Durch Ioachimum Camerarium Mit ca. 1000 Textholzschnitten, 10, 25 Blatt, 1 weißes Blatt, 460 nummerierte Blatt, 27 Blatt (Register), Pergamentband der Zeit mit Resten von Schließenbändern, 38,5 x 25,5 cm, Einband angestaubt und fleckig, innen durchgehend meist nur etwas gebräunt, die letzten beiden Blatt mit kleineren Wurmspuren (das letzte Blatt im Bereich der Druckermarke mehrere Wurmspuren, ohne Vorsatzblätter, gutes Exemplar. Spätere (vierte bzw. sechste) Ausgabe der deutschen Bearbeitung des berühmten Kräuterbuchs von Matthiolus. Die Holzstöcke für die schönen Pflanzenabbildungen hatte Camerarius zum Teil aus dem Nachlaß Conrad Gesners übernommen, zum Teil wurden sie auch von Amman angefertigt. Am Schluß einige Abb. mit Destillierapparaten und Brennöfen.

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        Historia translationis corporis Sancti Nicolai terris, marique miraculis Magni Episcopi  Myra Lyciae Venetias factae anno M.C.: Quo tempore etiam Nicolai alterius, eiusdem avunculi, ac Theodori Martyris, utrorumque episcoporum corpora feliciter deducta sunt; reconditaque apud Littorenses Monachos prop eandem Urbem

      Venice: Ex Typographia Deuchiniana, 1626. First edition. Engraved title vignette. 99, [11, index], [1, errata] pp. 4to (7-7/16 x 5-1Ú2 inches; 189 x140 mm). Limp vellum, with pen manuscript title on upper cover, with very light dampstain in upper margin, else fine. A rare example of the competition for the patronage of Saint Nicholas The Venetian historian Olmo (fl. 1595-1635) wrote this history to question BariÕs claim to hold the remains of the saint, as expressed by Antonio Beatillo in his Historia della vita ... San Nicol? il Magno (Naples, 1620). There are numerous western sources which record the transfer of his remains from Myra to Bari in the year 1087, and the competition between the two cities began then. OlmoÕs work was written in a period when Venice was struggling to maintain its independence from the papacy, and it has a frankly political cast. It bears an elaborate dedication to the city and people of Venice ?' but does not have a papal imprimatur.

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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] con facultad de la Sacra Magestad del Emperador, . 1626 - [16]pp. 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. Backer, BIBLIOTHÈQUE DE LA COMPAGNIE DE JÉSUS, NOUVELLE ÉDITION PAR CARLOS SOMMERVOGEL (Louvain, 1960), Vol. IV, Cols. 992-3. "Jacob Keller," THE CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA.

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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] con facultad de la Sacra Magestad del Emperador, 1626.. [16]pp. 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. Backer, BIBLIOTHÈQUE DE LA COMPAGNIE DE JÉSUS, NOUVELLE ÉDITION PAR CARLOS SOMMERVOGEL (Louvain, 1960), Vol. IV, Cols. 992-3. "Jacob Keller," THE CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA, http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/08613c.htm.

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        Il novelliere castigliano... Tradotto... dal Sig. Guglielmo Alessandro de Novilieri... -

      Venezia, Barezzi, 1626.In - 8. Legatura del primo '800 in mezza pergamena, dorso con due tasselli. (16), 720 pp.; buon esemplare. Alcune antiche annotazioni marginali a penna; carta qua e là un po? ingiallita o arrossata. Rara prima edizione italiana delle "Novelas Ejemplares". Le 12 ?novelas?, termine di origine italiana che Cervantes si felicitava di aver usato per la prima volta nella letteratura spagnola, vennero scritte tra il 1590 e il 1612 e pubblicate a Madrid nel 1613. «Nello svolgimento dell?arte cervantina, le Novelas ejemplares costituiscono nel loro complesso una nota pittorica e coloristica... dovunque si sente la serena gioia del raccontare, e dovunque traspare la felicità di cogliere le luci e le ombre della vita e di incidere in pochi tratti espressivi i gesti e le anime» (Treccani). Del Rio y Rico, Cervantes, 778. Palau, n. 53548: "Traducción concienzuda. Algunos versos se conservan en castellano, y en los márgenes se aclaran frases difíciles." Rare first Italian edition. A few old marginal ink annotations and some age browning here and there. Generally a good copy bound in early 19th century half vellum with two labels on spine.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Rappaport]
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        Delle caccie... libri quattro. Aggiuntovi 'n questa nuova impressione il quinto libro della villa. -

      Napoli, Scoriggio, 1626.In - 4. Pergamena antica ricucita, titolo calligrafato sul dorso. Bel frontespizio figurato e 21 tavole incise in rame n.t. con animate scene di caccia, pesca, falconeria, ecc., ispirate dalle celebri illustrazioni dello Stradano (8 ripetute). (56), 635 pp.; esemplare molto buono. La pregiata seconda edizione del più illustre e completo trattato italiano di caccia. Rispetto all?edizione originale (Brescia 1621) il testo è molto ampliato e invece di sole sette silografie contiene 21 nuove illustrazioni incise in rame. I primi tre libri sono dedicati ai vari tipi di caccia, il quarto alla pesca, mentre ?Il quinto libro della villa?, che occupa le ultime 163 pagine e che compare solo in questa edizione, tratta l?agricoltura con notizie anche sul cibo. Govi, Classici, 177. Souhart 394. Schwerdt II, 123. Ceresoli 441. BING 1596. The greatly enlarged second edition of ?the most noted Italian book on hunting?, and the only edition to contain the fifth book on agriculture and food. Title within a large allegorical border, and 21 attractive full - page engr. text illustrations of hunting, fishing, falconry, etc. (8 repeated; the first edition of 1621 only has 8 woodcuts). A good copy in 18th century vellum, recased.

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        Emblemata, partim moralia, partim etiam civilia. Cum latiori eorundem ejusdem auctoris interpretatione. Accedunt et alia quaedam poëmatia in alijs poëmatum suorum libris non contenta

      Lugduni Batavorum [Leiden]: Officina Elzevir, 1626. Second edition. Engraved and illustrated t.p., engraved port., and 74 engraved emblems, printed from the plates of the first ed. by Crispin van de Passe, The Younger. [12], 235 pp. Small 4to. Contemporary vellum, good, covers cupped. With very fine emblems designed and engraved by Crispijn de Passe.

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        The collection of the history of England

      London: Printed [by Nicholas Okes] for Simon Waterson Folio (28.5 cm; 11.5"). [4] ff., 222 pp. (without imprimatur and dedication leaves).. 1626 Daniel (1562?-1619), a poet and historian, was educated at Oxford but left without taking a degree. During his life he had several patrons, served several lords, and only obtained financial security early in the 17th century when Queen Anne became his Maecenas. His early poetry varied in style but by the early 1590s it was solidly in the dolce stile. In 1612 Daniel brought out his first important prose work, The First Part of the Historie of England. The present work completes that earlier one and after recapitulating the earlier history in just 22 pages, takes the story from the Conquest to the end of the reign of Edward III. The title is printed within a woodcut "arabesque" border and the text is in roman within line borders defining space for sidenotes. Evidence of Readership: Occasional pencil marks in text; final blank with old pencil notes and an inked couplet of yet greater age: "To make poor mortalls more in Love with breath / The Gods conceale the benefitts of Death." Provenance: Signature on front free endpaper of "Thos. Hekt"(?) dated 1822; older ownership note on inside rear board of "Fransisci Heyct"(?); 20th-century bookplate of the famous collector Boies Penrose II. Contemporary calf over paste boards, modest blind double-ruled border on boards, gilt beading on board edges; binding worn, lacks pastedowns, hinges (inside) open but binding strong. Inner margin of title-leaf discolored from old glue. Text generally clean with only light waterstains in some early leaves' upper inner parts, a few stray stains or pencil marks as noted above in text, one leaf with a short closed tear. Without the imprimatur leaf preceding the title and lacking the dedication leaf, which was an insert between A2 and A3 and is frequently lacking; final blank leaf, also usually missing, present here with notes as above. Ownership notes as noted. On the whole, a good copy.

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        Annalium virtutis et fortunae Boiorum pars prima, secunda, tertia. 3 Bände.

      München, Leysser, 1626-, 1637.. circa 17,5 x 12 cm. 3 gestochene Titel, 7 Bll., 735 (recte 743) SS., 16; 7 Bll., 982 (recte 980) SS., 7; 7 Bll., 1054 SS., 5 Bll. Pergament d. Zt.. De Backer-S. II, 264, 4; Lentner 2922; Pfister I, 18. Erste Ausgabe. Bayerische Geschichte bis zum Jahr 1314, zeichnet sich "durch Forscherfleiß, kritischen Sinn und bemerkenswertes Streben nach Objektivität aus" (NDB II, 681). Der Jesuit Andreas Brunner (1589-1650) unterrichtete in Dillingen and Freiburg, die vorliegenden Annalen sind sein grosses Hauptwerk, das er im Auftrag des Kurfürsten Maximilian I. von Bayern verfasste. Es heisst, er habe mit dem Beginn der Regierungszeit Kaiser Ludwigs des Bayern geendet, da er für bei der Schilderung der weiteren Ereignisse die kirchliche Zensur fürchtete. - Komplett selten! Dieses Exemplar aus der herzöglichen Bibliothek im Schloss Tegernsee, die Rücken mit den typischen Etiketten. - Im Band I zu Beginn einige Blätter im rand verstärkt. Teils wenig fleckig, kaum gebräunt. Einbände leicht abweichend, ohne Bindebänder, Band II am oberen Kapital etwas lädiert, sonst schöne Reihe.

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        Relation exacte et sincere du sujet qui a exité le funeste tumulte de la ville de Thorn, avec une copie de la cruelle sentence prononcée contre les protestans de ladite ville et le récit de l'exécution barbare de cette sentence et de tout ce qui s'en est ensuivi jusqu'à ce jour [...] [Ensemble] Thorn affligée ou relation [...]

      First Edition of the first book of Bion, and the first French translation of the book (by M. de Bausobre) Jablonski German city of Thorn (1725); the latter is illustrated with 3 large folding plates engraved by Pool, with the performance of the President and other characters (title page in red and black). End of the book, catalog of books by Pierre Humbert. Full Calf blond glossy period. Back tooled raised. Part of title morocco fawn. a slot in a nerve. Notice on a bookseller pasted on the top plate. Good copy. Thorn was a free city of Prussia, at a Catholic party processional, it happened that members of a Jesuit college mollestèrent Lutherans who do not kneel is during the passage of the procession; a Jesuit student was arrested and a second. Students then made noise power for that frees both students and their continued violence against Protestants they encountered. Dissatisfied with the case, the Jesuits carried the judgment in high places, appealed to the king, and this is the Grand Chancellor of the Crown which bore his judgment: the president and vice president of the city of Thorn were executed and than others. These dark events gave rise to these two works protest against Jesuitism and the Roman Catholic church and deplored, as German number, persecution of Protestants. S.n. ; Chez Pierre Humbert Amsterdam ; A Amsterdam S.d. , 1626 Pet. in 8 (9,5x15,8cm)) 55pp. ; (12) 325pp. (10) Un Vol. relié

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        Magnus Hippocrates Cous Prosperi Martiani medici Romani notationibus explicatus. Opus desideratum.

      Romae [Rom], Typis Iacobi Mascardi. MDCXXVI [1626].. Folio (32,5 x 21 cm), schlichter Pergamentband der Zeit auf fünf Bünden mit zwei handgeschriebenen Papierrückenschildern, (8), 618, (10) S. mit gestochenem Titelporträt (Büste des Hippocrates) sowie Zierleisten, Vignetten und Schmuckinitialen im Text. Einband etwas fleckig, Ecken bestossen, mehrere Fehlstellen im Bezug, Vorderschnitt mit kleinen Tintenflecken, im Kopfschnitt in Tinte "Pros. Mart. Com. in Hip", modernes Ärzte-Exlibris auf Vorderspiegel, kleine alte Besitz- bzw. Erwerbsvermerke auf Vorderspiegel und Titelblatt, innen ganz vereinzelt kleinere Wurmgänge, zu Beginn etwas wasserrandig, innen durchgängig mäßig stockfleckig - Codice identificativo: IT\ICCU\VEAE\002482 - erste Ausgabe des mehrfach nachgedruckten Werke - Die maßgeblichen Bibliotheken geben als Format Folio an, de facto ist es ein Duodez-Band mit sechs Blättern pro Lage (A, A2, A3, [A4-6]. Hippokrates von Kos (um 460 v.-370 v. Chr.) zählt zu den berühmtesten Ärzten der Antike. Die Renaissance ließ sein Werk wieder aufleben, hier in der kommentierten und postum erschienenen Ausgabe des Prospero Marziani (1567-1622).

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        GOVIERNO DE PRINCIPES, Y DE SUS CONSEJOS PARA EL BIEN DE LA REPUBLICA. Con un Tratado de los Pontifices, y Prelados de España, y de los Grandes, y Títulos, y linages Nobles della. Compuestos por un devoto religioso, que por su humildad no se nombra.

      Imp. Juan Bautista Marçal. Valencia, 1626 - . 20,5 cm. [16], 532 pág. Capitulares ilustradas. Enc. en pergamino. Educacion de principes Libros antiguos anteriores a 1830 español [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Archaeologus In Modum Glossarii ad rem antiquam posteriorem Continentis Latino-Barbara, Peregrina, Obsoleta, et Novatae Significationis Vocabula variarum item Gentium legibus antiquis, Chartis et Formulis occurrunt [etc ] S T C 23065 5 Folio

      London: Apud Johannem Beale, 1626. Contemporary calf, rebacked, quite rubbed, gilt and blind tooled panels, centered diamond lozenges, light browning, quite pretty; the Taussig copy First edition of the work which Holdsworth calls "the earliest dictionary of early legal and historical terms constructed upon sound principles" and the only part appearing during Spelman's life, to be completed by William Dugdale in 1664

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        Purchas his Pilgrimes In five bookes [and] Purchas his Pilgrimage

      London: W. Stansby for H. Fetherstone, 1625-, 1626. Five volumes, folio (in sixes), with seven double-page engraved maps, and 88 smaller maps or illustrations in the text; additional ornamental title page to the first volume; a few marginal repairs, some of the in-text maps just trimmed by binder at margins, the Virginia and New England maps in in the fourth volume expertly backed on linen; generally in fine condition throughout; in a handsome early 20th-century binding of dark brown crushed morocco, central gilt arabesque on covers, all edges gilt, marbled endpapers with inner gilt dentelle borders, by Pratt with his stamp in each volume. The classic anthology of exploration. The classic anthology of exploration: 'This is one of the fullest and most important collections of voyages and travels in the English language' (Church).This is a splendid set (in a handsome binding by the 19th-century London binder Pratt) of the monumental sequel to Hakluyt's collection of voyages. If Purchas is thought by some to lack Hakluyt's inspired touch as an editor, his mighty volumes encompassing some twelve hundred separate narratives 'hold many a stirring tale of bravery at sea, ice under a midnight sun in Arctic seas or, far away south, under a tropic moon or brazen noontide sun. They tell of parching thirst, and freezing cold, of chill winds that searched men to the bone, and of the hot breath of desert sands that scorched their flesh and drove them crazed to death...' (Waters, p. 260).As the Hill catalogue notes, 'At the death of Hakluyt there was left a large collection of voyages in manuscript which came into the hands of Purchas, who added to them many more voyages and travels, of Dutch, Spanish, and Portuguese explorers as well as of English travellers. Purchas followed the general plan of Hakluyt, but he frequently put the accounts into his own words... The main divisions of the work fall into two parts: the first covering the world known to Ptolemy, the second coming down to Purchas' own day. This fine collection includes the accounts of Cortes and Pizarro, Drake, Cavendish, John and Richard Hawkins, Quiros, Magellan, van Noort, Spilbergen, and Barents as well as the categories of Portuguese voyages to the East Indies, Jesuit voyages to China and Japan, East India Company voyages, end the expeditions of the Muscovy Company...'.Most of the maps in the book are after the great Dutch mapmaker Joost de Hondt (Jodocus Hondius). The seven large double-page maps include two of China (vols. 3 and 5), one of India and one of Greenland, along with three particularly important maps of North America: the Henry Briggs map (Burden 214, Goss 24) which was responsible for the problematic tradition of showing California as an island; the map of Canada/New Scotland (Burden 208, second state; "This map is of great importance"); and John Smith's map of Virginia (Burden 164, state 9; "one of the most important printed maps of America ever produced and certainly one of the greatest influence").As always, there are several issue-points to be detailed: in volume 1 the engraved title is in the usual second state (dated 1625); p. 65 (bk. 1) is in the uncorrected state (with "Hondius His Map of the Christian World"); signature Tt is paginated like the Astor copy and on p. 217 the side-note is corrected but the signature mark is present; pp. 703-6 are the first issue (with the headline "Hollanders lying devices, to disgrace the English" and other hostile references to the Dutch); the blank R4 is present. The map of Virginia in volume 4 is in Verner's ninth state. The last volume is the fourth and best edition of 'Purchas his Pilgrimage', first published separately in 1613, enlarged and republished in 1626 specifically to accompany the four volumes of the 'Pilgrimes'; the present copy is the second issue with the title beginning "Purchas" (rather than "Purchase") and with the added dedication to King Charles.A detailed list of the contents can be supplied on request.Kublai Khan:In one of the most celebrated episodes of English literature, Coleridge was reading his copy of Purchas when the gentleman from Porlock famously interrupted his opium-assisted reverie. As Coleridge described it himself, 'In consequence of a slight indisposition, an anodyne had been prescribed [two grains of opium, self-prescribed], from the effects of which he fell asleep in his chair at the moment that he was reading the following sentence, or words of the same substance, in Purchas' Pilgrimage: 'Here the Khan Kubla commanded a palace to be built, and a stately garden thereunto. And thus ten miles of fertile ground were inclosed with a wall.' The author continued for about three hours in a profound sleep, at least of the external sense, during which time he has the most vivid confidence that he could not have composed less than from two to three hundred lines; if that indeed can be called composition in which all the images rose up before him as things, with a parallel production of the correspondent expressions, without any sensation or consciousness of effort. On awakening he appeared to himself to have a distinct recollection of the whole, and taking his pen, ink, and paper, instantly and eagerly wrote down the lines that are here preserved. At this moment he was unfortunately called out by a person on business from Porlock, and detained by him above an hour, and on his return to his room, found, to his no small surprise and mortification, that though he still retained some vague and dim recollection of the general purport of the vision, yet, with the exception of some eight or ten scattered lines and images, all the rest had passed away like the images on the surface of a stream into which a stone had been cast, but, alas! without the after restoration of the latter...'.The start of Coleridge's poem more closely echoed in fact the passage in Purchas, based on Marco Polo: 'In Xandu did Cublai Can build a stately Pallace, encompassing sixteen miles of plaine ground with a wall, wherein are fertile Meddowes, pleasant Springs, delightfull streames, and all sorts of beasts of chase and game, and in the middest thereof a sumptuous house of pleasure, which may be moved from place to place'.The first printed notice of Australia?The first adequately documented European visit to Australia is that of Willem Janszoon and Jan Lodewyckszoon van Roossengin on the Dutch pinnace Duyfken in 1605. They were sent out from Bantam to "discover" New Guinea and other islands south of the Bandas, and they raised the west coast of Cape York Peninsula near Pennefather River. They sailed south along the coast for a while, then doubled back, sailing along the same coast further to the north. They landed at Batavia River in Albatross Bay where they were attacked by Aborigines who killed several of the Dutch crewmen. Janszoon and Lodewyckszoon called the coast New Guinea. Although they sailed past it, they did not recognise the Torres Strait as a passage south of New Guinea. Their discoveries soon appeared on charts as a southern extension of the New Guinea coast, but no published account of their voyage appeared during the seventeenth century. The English factor John Saris, however, reported from Bantam both the departure of the Duyfken and its return to Banda in 1606. When published by Purchas in 1625 it was probably Europe's first printed notice of Australia:The eighteenth of November 1605 here departed a small Pinnasse of the Flemmings, for the discovery of the Island caled Nova Guinea, which, as it is said, affordeth great store of Gold.The fifteenth of June 1606, here arrived Nockhoda Tingall a Cling-man [Kling, Malay for Indian] from Bandas, in Java Juncke,... he told me that the Flemmings Pinasse which went upon discovery for Nova Ginny, was returned to Banda, having found the Island: but in sending their men on shore to intreate of trade, there were nine of them killed by the Heathens, which are man-eaters; so they were constrained to return, finding no good to be done there.

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        Compendium Maleficarum. Ex quo nefandissima in genus humanum opera venefica, ac ad illa vitanda remedia conspiciuntur. Per Fratrem Franciscum Mariam Guaccium Ord. S. Ambrosii ad Nemus Mediolani compilatum. In hac autem secunda aeditione ab eodem authore pulcherrimis doctrinis ditatum, exemplis auctum, & remediis locupletatum. His additus est Exorcismus potentissimus ad solvendum omne opus diabolicum; nec non modus curandi febricitantes, ad Dei gloriam, & hominum solatium.

      Mediolani (Mailand, Milano, Milan), Ex collegii Ambrosiani (Collegium Ambrosiani) 1626.. 2. erweiterte Auflage / second enlarged edition. gestochenes Titelblatt, 7 Bl., 391 S., 1 Bl. mit insgesamt 40 Textholzschnitten (die meisten Motive mehrfach abgedruckt), / with 40 woodcut-illustrations (most images printed several times), kollationiert (vollständig / complete), 8°. (ca. 15 x 20,7 cm), gebunden in flexiblem Pergament der Zeit / bound in contemporary full vellum,. Einband stärker fleckig und knitterig / mit Knickspuren, hinterer Deckel mit kleiner Fehlstelle (Wurmloch), Papierbezug der Innendeckel knitterspurig und mit Einrissen, durchgehend mit altem Wasserrand (die letzten Seiten stärker), Seiten teils gebräunt, etwas knickspurig und vereinzelt fleckig, ansonsten ordentlich erhalten, Text in Latein, sehr selten, auf Wunsch senden wir gerne weitere Photos des Werkes / binding creased and stained, rear cover with a very little fault (worm-hole), pages throughout waterstained (the last pages stronger), pages partially browned, a bit creased and stained, else fine, text in Latin, very rare, please do not hesitate to contact for more images,

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        The collection of the history of England

      London: Printed [by Nicholas Okes] for Simon Waterson Folio (27.5 cm, 10.8"). [10], 222 pp.. 1626 [with] Trussell, John. A continuation of the Collection of the history of England, beginning where Samuel Daniell Esquire ended... London: Pr. by M[ary] D[awson] for Ephraim Dawson, 1636. Folio. [8], 260 pp. (pagination skips 243/44). Daniel (1562?-1619), a poet and historian, was educated at Oxford but left without taking a degree. He subsequently achieved great popular success and influence as a poet of the dolce stile, to the point that Spenser obliquely praised him in the Prothalamion and Shakespeare took his Civil Wars as a source for the history plays. In 1612 Daniel brought out his first important prose work, The First Part of the Historie of England. The present work completes that one, and after recapitulating the earlier history in just 22 pages, takes the story from the Conquest to the end of the reign of Edward III. Following that is Trussell's further completion of the history, extending through the life and reign of Richard III. The Collection is here in an early edition, following the first of 1618, and the Continuation in the => first edition. The main title is printed within a woodcut "arabesque" border and the text is in roman within line borders defining space for sidenotes. Provenance: Front pastedown with 19th-century monogram bookplate of John Tomlinson and with 20th-century U.S. bookseller's small ticket; title-page of Collection with early inked inscription "R[ichar?]d Weston." Title-page of Continuation with early inked inscription "Fra.[?] Taylor. 18th-century dark brown morocco framed in gilt roll, all edges sprinkled blue and red; rebacked, joints refurbished, and original spine with gilt-stamped title and rules reapplied; rubbed and with spine extremities chipped. Pages age-toned, with intermittent light to moderate waterstaining and occasional foxing or ink staining; first and last few leaves with edges also darkened by offsetting from binding and one leaf with small burn hole in outer margin. Title-page with inscription as above, and with a few light ink smears not affecting text or border; last page of Collection with early ink doodles and lettering. A solid, rather distinguished example of this good combination.

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        Horae Diurnae Breviarii Romani

      Officina Plantiniana, Antwerp 1626 - Full contemporary calf, wear at corners, some surface marks, qutie sound overall. Lacking the front endpaper, title page worn, first 50 pages stained in the upper margin, scattered foxing, tiny burn hole in one page touching a few letters, generally clean otherwise. Lacking around 100 pages in the added material at the rear (Commune Sanctorum etc.) and apparently bound with these lacking - pages lxxiii through clxviii missing. A nice copy in an original binding of an early Plantin Breviary printed in red and black with 4 full page plates. 660, i-lxxii, clxix-cciii pp. Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Religion & Theology; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 044748. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The collection of the history of England

      London: Printed [by Nicholas Okes] for Simon Waterson Folio (27.5 cm, 10.8"). [10], 222 pp.. 1626 [with] Trussell, John. A continuation of the Collection of the history of England, beginning where Samuel Daniell Esquire ended... London: Pr. by M[ary] D[awson] for Ephraim Dawson, 1636. Folio. [8], 260 pp. (pagination skips 243/44). Daniel (1562–1619), a poet and historian, was educated at Oxford but left without taking a degree. He subsequently achieved great popular success and influence as a poet of the dolce stile, to the point that Spenser obliquely praised him in the Prothalamion and Shakespeare took his Civil Wars as a source for the history plays. In 1612 Daniel brought out his first important prose work, The First Part of the Historie of England. The present work completes that one, and after recapitulating the earlier history in just 22 pages, takes the story from the Conquest to the end of the reign of Edward III. Following that is Trussell's further completion of the history, extending through the life and reign of Richard III. The Collection is here in an early edition, following the first of 1618, and the Continuation in the => first edition. The main title is printed within a woodcut "arabesque" border and the text is in roman within line borders defining space for sidenotes. Provenance: Front pastedown with 19th-century monogram bookplate of John Tomlinson and with 20th-century U.S. bookseller's small ticket; title-page of Collection with early inked inscription "R[ichar?]d Weston." Title-page of Continuation with early inked inscription "Fra.[?] Taylor. 18th-century dark brown morocco framed in gilt roll, all edges sprinkled blue and red; rebacked, joints refurbished, and original spine with gilt-stamped title and rules reapplied; rubbed and with spine extremities chipped. Pages age-toned, with intermittent light to moderate waterstaining and occasional foxing or ink staining; first and last few leaves with edges also darkened by offsetting from binding and one leaf with small burn hole in outer margin. Title-page with inscription as above, and with a few light ink smears not affecting text or border; last page of Collection with early ink doodles and lettering. A solid, rather distinguished example of this good combination.

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        DELLA RAGIONE DE GLI STATI unito a IL SEGRETARIO unito a IL CONSIGLIERE

      VENETIA : APPRESSO GIO. GUERIGLI, 1626. In 8. Dim. 24x18 cm. Pp. (62)+453+(1), (8)+164+(8), (4)+36. Rara raccolta di tre opere scritte dal letterato, poeta e drammaturgo italiano Gabriele Zinano (Reggio nell'Emilia 1557-1635) autore di dialoghi, trattati, rime e poemi eroici. Zinano è stato uno dei rappresentanti della poesia barocca e del movimento artistico e letterario del marinismo. Le tre opere di Zinano sono tutte state pubblicate nel 1626 e 1625 da "Giovanni Gueriglio". La prima opera del 1626 è politica "Della ragione de gli stati" nel quale tratta l'argomento della gestione degli Stati (diversi tipi di Stato, cambaimenti degli stati, cambiamento delle monarchie e repubbliche, corruzioni interne ed esterne degli stati, il principe, difesa dello Stato da pericoli interni ed esterni ecc...). La seconda del 1625 "Il segretario" sulla gestione degli affari e del mestiere sia privato che statale (l'abito, il trattare, i fatti segreti, il servigio del padrone, le lettere, la grammatica, i diversi tipi di voci, la retorica, il decoro e gli ornamenti, il ringraziamento, il lodare, scrivere le lettere ecc...) La terza del 1625 "Il consigliere" sui compiti consigliere di Stato e la maniera del consigliare. Collazionata e risultata completa. In discrete condizioni. In barbe. Marca editoriale al frontespizio. Copertina cartonata coeva in mediocri condizioni generali con usure e parti mancanti ai margini e dorso. Piatto anteriore e dorso quasi del tutto staccato. Legatura in discrete condizioni con rotture. All'interno le pagine si presentano in discrete condizioni con rare fioriture. Strappo orizzontale a pag. 181 senza perdita di testo. Gore d'umidità marginali e al margine di piegatura fino a pag. 420. Segni di tarlo: al margine superiore da pag. 192 a 92, al margine di piegatura da 53 a 92. Scarce collection of three works written by the italian letterate, poet and dramawriter Gabriele Zinano (Reggio nell'Emilia 1557-1635) author of dialogues, treaties, rhymes and heroical poems. Zinano was one of the exponents of baroc poetry and of the artistic and letterate movement of marinism. This three works of Zinano have all been published in 1626 and 1625 by "Giovanni Gueriglio". The first one of 1626 is about politics "Della ragione de gli stati" in which he describes the issue of management of states (different kind of states, changing of states, changing of monarchies and republics, internal and external corruptions of states, the prince, defence of states by internal and external dangers ecc...). The second one of 1625 "Il segretario" about maganagement of private an public affairs of state (the dress, the treatment, segret facts, service of master, letters, grammar, different kind of voices, rhetorics, ornaments, thanking, ode, writing letters etc...) The third one of 1625 "Il consigliere" about the duties of advisor and the way to suggest. Collationed complete work. In fair conditions. Uncut copy. Carton coeval cover in poor general conditions with wearings and missing parts in the edges and spine. Front plate and spine almost totally detached. Binding in fair conditions with cracks. Inside pages are in fair conditions with occasional foxings. Horizontal tear in page 181 with no loss of text. Humidity stains in the edges and in the folding edge until page 420. Worming: il the upper edge from page 192 to 92, in the folding edge from page 53 until 92.

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        Moguntia Devicta, hoc est: De Dissidio Moguntinensi, quod fuit inter duos Archiebiscopos Moguntinos, Dietherum Isenburgium & Adolphum Nassovium,.:

      Frankfurt, C.Rötel, 1626. - 8°. 8 nn. Bl., 168 S. (recte 158), mit 2 Kupfertafeln und einem Wappenkupfer. Pappband des 19. Jahrhunderts mit Rückenschild, (leicht berieben). Erste Ausgabe. - VD17, 23:249278F. - Chronik der kriegerischen Auseinandersetzung zwischen dem auf Grund seiner Reformbestrebungen 1461 von Papst Pius II. abgesetzten Mainzer Erzbischof Diether von Isenburg und seinem Nachfolger Adolf von Nassau. In der Nacht zum 28. Oktober 1462 eroberte dieser Mainz und Diether von Isenburg und viele seiner Mainzer Anhänger mussten fliehen, darunter Johannes Gutenberg. 1463 wurde die Stiftsfehde mit dem "Frieden von Zeilsheim" beigelegt. - Gelöschter Stempel auf Titel, sonst gutes Exemplar. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        PARTIE TROISIESME DES ERREURS POPULAIRES : TOUCHANT LA MEDECINE ET REGIME DE SANTE, EN SUITE DE CELLES DE FEU M. LAVRENS JOUBERT CONTENANT CINQ LIURES

      THOMAS SOUBRON 1626 - RO30065266: 509 pages. Couverture Vélin. Bandeaux, lettrines en noir et blanc. En tête de la seconde partie se trouve un portrait de Laurent Joubert, gravé sur bois. Exemplaire avec témoins, de sbibliothèques de MM. Yemeniz et Renard. Quelques traces d'humitidé en marge. Couverture muette. Expliquez et refutez par M. Laur. Joubert, conseiller et médecin du Roy. Première partie : A Bourdeaux, par S. Millanges, 1579, Seconde partie des Erreurs populaires et propos vulgaires. A Paris, pour Abel l'angelier, 1579. Deux parties en un volume. In-12 Relié. Bon état. Couv. convenable. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur frais Classification Dewey : 610-Sciences médicales. Médecine [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Horae Diurnae Breviarii Romani

      Antwerp: Officina Plantiniana, 1626. Early Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. Full contemporary calf, wear at corners, some surface marks, qutie sound overall. Lacking the front endpaper, title page worn, first 50 pages stained in the upper margin, scattered foxing, tiny burn hole in one page touching a few letters, generally clean otherwise. Lacking around 100 pages in the added material at the rear (Commune Sanctorum etc.) and apparently bound with these lacking - pages lxxiii through clxviii missing. A nice copy in an original binding of an early Plantin Breviary printed in red and black with 4 full page plates. 660, i-lxxii, clxix-cciii pp. Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Religion & Theology; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 044748.

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        LA MAGIE NATURELLE, qui est les secrets & miracles de Nature, mise in quatre livres. Avec une Table des principales matieres qui y sont contenues. Nouvellement traduite de Latin en Francois.

      Rouen, Claude le Villain, 1626.Early French edition,1626. Small 8vo, approximately 120 x 80 mm, 4¾ x 3¼ inches, a few woodcut initials and headpieces, pages: (14), 545, (28) - Table, bound in contemporary limp vellum, remains of hand - lettering to spine. Vellum discoloured and darkened, very small chip at head of spine, 3 small nicks and tiny chips at tail, ties missing, small corner missing from second blank endpaper and from 1 text page, no loss of text, occasional pale stain to margins, small area of paper thinning to 1 leaf due to paper flaw, with loss of a few letters, small worm hole repaired in final leaf of table with loss of 3 letters and a larger one in the rear endpaper, small repair to rear pastedown, some small corner creases throughout. A good copy of an early French edition. Pages 527 - 545 are occupied by Divers Secrets mis en lumiere par Toussaints Bourgeois. Giambattista della Porta (1535 - 1615) was an Italian scholar, polymath and playwright who lived in Naples at the time of the Scientific Revolution and Reformation. Born in that city to Italian nobility, he spent the majority of his life on scientific endeavours. He benefited from an informal education of tutors and visits from renowned scholars. His most famous work, first published in 1558, was the Magiae Naturalis. In this book he covered a variety of the subjects he had investigated, including the study of: occult philosophy, astrology, alchemy, mathematics, meteorology, and natural philosophy. It includes cosmetics to enhance the beauty of women, fireworks, secret writing, conjuring and magic tricks, remedies based on poppy and opium, the culture of vines and fruit trees, the virtues of precious stones, and herbal remedies. ... In Italy, in the latter half of the sixteenth century, came a striking example of the difficulties which science still encountered even after the Renaissance had undermined the old beliefs. At that time John Baptist Porta was conducting his investigations, and, despite a considerable mixture of pseudo - science, they were fruitful. His researches in optics gave the world the camera obscura, and possibly the telescope; in chemistry he seems to have been the first to show how to reduce the metallic oxides, and thus to have laid the foundation of several important industries. He did much to change natural philosophy to a vigorous open science. The society founded by him for physical research, called themselves Otiosi (i.e., Men of Leisure) and made it a condition of membership that each man must have contributed a new discovery or fact in natural science. Their Accademia Secretorum Naturae was soon suspect, from its name and deeds, of dabbling in the occult. Della Porta was denounced to Pope Paul V and called to Rome to explain the reports of witches' salves and necromantic arts. Happily justifying his devout search for truth and his campaign against charlatans, he returned cautioned but unblemished and was able, later in life, to help establish and become Vice - President of the Academy of the Lynxes (its name symbolised the struggle of scientific truth against ignorance), of which Prince Federico Cesi was President and Galileo the most illustrious member". Notes taken from encyclopaedia. See A Bibliography of English Conjuring 1581 - 1876 by Raymond Toole Stott page 191 reference 576; Brunet, Manuel du Libraire, Volume IV, page 826; Albert Caillet, Manuel Bibliographique des Sciences Psychiques ou Occultes, Volume III, 312 - 313. Our edition not mentioned in either work. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Histoire universelle … comprise en trois tomes

      Amsterdam [i.e.Geneva]: Heritiers de Hier. Comelin [i.e. Pierre Aubert]. 1626. "Second edition, revised and augmented; folio, pp. 20, 1189 columns, 744 columns (so paged), pp. [40]; top of spine chipped, 3 small worm holes through the upper cover and into the first few leaves; occasional light foxing, but generally a clean, sound copy in full contemporary calf, gilt. D'Aubigne (1552-1630) was the son of a zealous Huguenot who instilled in him an abiding protestant sympathy and an almost reckless disregard for personal safety in the Protestant struggle. He was present at the siege of Orleans where his father was killed. He soon after went to Geneva to study under Beza. From there he attached himself to the Huguenot army under the command of the Prince of Conde. Eventually he joined the retinue of Henry of Navarre, and proved himself of great service to the future king, both as a soldier and a counselor. After Henry's elevation to the throne, the king found d'Aubigne's rough manner and caustic criticisms tiresome (in his literary works he freely exercised his gift of sarcasm with regard to the king and his family) and the rift between the two widened when the king converted to Catholicism. By the time he published the third volume of the present work, it was ordered to be burned by the common hangman, so free and unguarded was its satire. He fled to Geneva in 1620 where he lived the rest of his life. The Histoire Universelle is the work for which d'Aubigne is best remembered, ""a lively chronicle of the incidents of camp and court life, [forming] a very valuable source for the history of France during the period it embraces"" (EB-11). This copy has the place of printing (Amsterdam) neatly excised and patched, and ""a Geneve"" printed by hand above and below the printer's imprint on the title-page, presumably indicating an issue from the author's city of refuge. This copy from the library of John Evelyn, with the latter-day Evelyn bookplate, Evelyn's accession number of the front flyleaf (which itself is partially loose), and the ownership signature on the title-p. of [Sir] Robert Offley, whose daughter married Evelyn's brother, George. Brunet I, 545."

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau mit Belagerung i.J. 1624 durch die Spanier.

      . Kupferstich aus Östreichischer Lorbeerkrantz b. Nicolaus Bellus (Michael Caspar Lundorp) in Frankfurt, 1626, 26,5 x 30,5. (WP 182) (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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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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        Histoire universelle comprise en trois tomes.

      Heritiers de Hier. Comelin [i.e. Pierre Aubert], Amsterdam [i.e.Geneva] 1626 - Second edition, revised and augmented; folio, pp. 20, 1189 columns, 744 columns (so paged), pp. [40]; top of spine chipped, 3 small worm holes through the upper cover and into the first few leaves; occasional light foxing, but generally a clean, sound copy in full contemporary calf, gilt. D'Aubigne (1552-1630) was the son of a zealous Huguenot who instilled in him an abiding protestant sympathy and an almost reckless disregard for personal safety in the Protestant struggle. He was present at the siege of Orleans where his father was killed. He soon after went to Geneva to study under Beza. From there he attached himself to the Huguenot army under the command of the Prince of Conde. Eventually he joined the retinue of Henry of Navarre, and proved himself of great service to the future king, both as a soldier and a counselor. After Henry's elevation to the throne, the king found d'Aubigne's rough manner and caustic criticisms tiresome (in his literary works he freely exercised his gift of sarcasm with regard to the king and his family) and the rift between the two widened when the king converted to Catholicism. By the time he published the third volume of the present work, it was ordered to be burned by the common hangman, so free and unguarded was its satire. He fled to Geneva in 1620 where he lived the rest of his life. The Histoire Universelle is the work for which d'Aubigne is best remembered, "a lively chronicle of the incidents of camp and court life, [forming] a very valuable source for the history of France during the period it embraces" (EB-11). This copy has the place of printing (Amsterdam) neatly excised and patched, and "a Geneve" printed by hand above and below the printer's imprint on the title-page, presumably indicating an issue from the author's city of refuge. This copy from the library of John Evelyn, with the latter-day Evelyn bookplate, Evelyn's accession number of the front flyleaf (which itself is partially loose), and the ownership signature on the title-p. of [Sir] Robert Offley, whose daughter married Evelyn's brother, George. Brunet I, 545. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        INSTRUCCION POLITICA Y PRACTICA JUDICIAL, conforme al estilo de los Consejos, Audiencias y Tribunales de Corte, y otros ordinarios del Reyno. Utilissima para los Gobernadores y Corregidores. Agora nuevamente corregida, enmendada y añadida.

      Geronymo Morillo, Valladolid 1626 - Fol, 2h (de 4, falta port, mancha hum, merma de esquina), 303f a 2 columnas (error de paginación en 211-214, corto de margen sup, págs. tostadas, manchas de hum, anotaciones a pluma, esquina sup det, agujero 115, afecta), 29h, colofón. Piel. "- Palau 366537. Fue, junto con la "Curia filipica" de Hevia Bolaños, el tratado de derecho procesal más empleado del s.XVII. Del pleito civil en vía ordinaria. Del pleito en vía ejecutiva. Del pleito criminal de oficio de justicia. De las apelaciones." 1626

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        CORONA TRAGICA: VIDA Y MUERTE DE LA SERENISSIMA REYNA DE ESCOCIA MARIA ESTUARDA.

      por la viuda de Luís Sánchez: a costa de Alonso Pérez,, Madrid, 1626 - 7 hojas, retrato grabado de Maria Estuardo firmado por Courbes y 127 folios. Error de foliación: del folio 122 pasa al 124. Encuadernado en pergamino de época bastante gastado. Ejemplar con una sombra de humedad evidente y algunas hojas con el papel señaladamente oscurecidas. Palau 356473, el retrato de María Estuardo suele faltar [Attributes: First Edition]

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        IN CHRISTI NOMINE AMEN 1660 INDITIONE DECIMA TERTIA LUNI DUODECIMO MENSIS APRILIS VICENTIE.L' ANNO 1626: 19 MARZO IL SIGNOR QUINTILIAN.STIPULATUS SUM, ET PUBLICAVI ET IN FIDEM SUBCRIPSI"

      ViCENTIE 1626 - " IN CHRISTI NOMINE AMEN 1660 INDITIONE DECIMA TERTIA LUNI DUODECIMO MENSIS APRILIS VICENTIE.L' ANNO 1626: 19 MARZO IL SIGNOR QUINTILIAN.STIPULATUS SUM, ET PUBLICAVI ET IN FIDEM SUBCRIPSI". [Pergamena] (cm. 273 x 23,4) Lungo rotolo in pergamena manoscritta, in chiara grafia in italiano e in latino. Contiene un contratto di un lascito testamentario, tutto da studiare, con documenti datati dal 1626 al 1661. Rogiti datati con firme dei testimoni, notai, sigum tabellionis, elenchi di spese, descrizione di beni, lavori eseguiti nei possedimenti ecc. E' nominata la città di Vicentie (Vicenza), Monte Berga ecc. Fra i molti personaggi sono citati: Francesco Palatio, Matteo Zambonatto, Lazzari, Baldisserra, Crivellari, G.B. Trissino, G. Fabbri, Signora Malgavetta ecc. All'esterno è riportato il nome di Giov. Batt. Trissino e la data 12 aprile 1660. L'intero documento, di particolare interesse, è costituito dall'unione di 4 pergamene cucite assieme una di seguito all'altra per una lunghezza di quasi 3 metri.[f18]

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        The Kingdome of Denmarke. Kolor. Kupferstich v. John Speed v. 1626. 39 x 51 cm.,

      1626 - Schöne Karte von Dänemark und Schleswig-Holstein mit der Ostseeküste bis Kolberg und der Südspitze Schwedens. In den Randleisten Darstellungen von Kostümen und Trachten u. a. aus Husum, Dithmarschen und Stapelholm. Die Kopfleiste mit Ansichten von Kopenhagen, Helsingör, Landskrona, Ripen, Schleswig und Hamburg, mit Wappen und 2 Porträt-Medaillons.- Leicht gebräunt. Gewicht in Gramm: 500

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        Linz

      . Contrafactur der Stadt Lintz, wie die von den Ensischen Bauren belagert bestürmt und wider abgetrieben worden. Anno 1626. Kupferstich aus F.C. v. Khevenhiller "Annales Ferdinandei oder wahrhaffte Beschreibung..." Leipzig, 1721-26, 28,5 x 36 cm - wir garantieren für die Echtheit. Nicht in Nebehay-W. - Zöhrer, Alt-Linz S.37.- Belagerungsansicht über die Donau, im Hintergrund kämpfende Truppen.

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        Uthförligh förklaring öfwer handels contractet angående thet Södre compagniet uthi konungarijket i Swerighe. Stält igenom Wilhelm Usselinx. Och nu aff thet nederländske språket uthsatt på swenska/ aff Erico Schrodero.

      1626 - Stockholm, I. Meurer, 1626. 4:o. A4-M4,N2. Modern half vellum with red title label. From the library of Gustaf Bernström. Collijn Sveriges bibliografi 1600-talet 954. Rare treatise on the Swedish West-India company, founded the same year to promote business with the Swedish colony in Delaware. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Conservación de Monarquias y discvrsos politicos sobre la gran consulta que el Consejo hizo al señor Rey don Filipe Tercero, al Presidente y Consejo Supremo de Castilla. Por el Licenciado.

      Madrid 1626 - Madrid, Imprenta Real, M. DCXXVI [1626]. Folio m 295 mm 5 h. de portada, índice y preliminares, 344 p. Encuadernación en pergamino época. Bella portada grabada al cobre con frontispicio arquitectónico con las estatuas de Fray Alonso Navarrete y Fray Alonso Mena Navarrete. Basamento con leyendas sobre las estatuas y con el pie de imprenta. En la parte superior del frontispicio escudo de Castilla y León en el que se apoyan la Sapietia y la Prudentia. Grandes capitulares y cierres. Escudo real en la p.1. Tipografía redonda y cursiva. Texto encuadrado con doble filete. Algunas hojas a dos columnas. Dos hojas de Índice de las cosas notables contenidas en los discursos Políticos. Primera edición. Importantísimo tratado de economía. Colmeiro lo cita ampliamente, nº 188. Palau, nº 89491. Salvá, nº 3667: descrito con todo lujo de detalles y citas. Heredia, nº 7223. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Commentaires de messire Blaise de Montluc, mareschal de France, où sont descrits les combats, recontres, escarmouches, batailles, sièges - avecques plusieurs autres faicts de guerre signalez et remarquables - Tome Premier [- Tome Second]

      Paris: Matthieu Le Blanc; Chez la veuve Remy Dallin, 1626 - Beautiful copy of this early seventeenth-century edition of the celebrated Commentaries of Montluc on military themes, including battles, sieges, surprise attacks, and other aspects of sixteenth-century warfare. Montluc was a Gascon soldier of fortune and veteran of the Italian wars and the Wars of Regligion. Montluc's book, first published in 1592, was praised by a fellow Gascon, Henry IV of France, as "the soldier's bible." (an English translation was published in 1674) Uncommon in institutions (OCLC citing only one copy of a 1607 edition) 2 vols., 8vo. [7], 803; 602, [27] pp. Twentieth century full tan calf, boards stamped with crest, spine gilt with morocco labels, a.e.g. Minor rubbing at extremities, bottom inch of front joint in vol. I tender, else a fine set. Not in OCLC [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        [Dirigido] A Don Pedro de Toledo. La vigilancia de nuestros enemigos obliga tanto a la atención de nuestra defensa que he mandado que juntandose con vos Don Agustín Mesia, Don Hernando Giron, el Marqués de la Hinojosa, Don Diego Messia, Don Pedro Pacheco, Don Luys Bravo, Don Juan de Pedroso, Bartolome de Anayá y con los papeles el Secretario Pedro de Arze, sin perder dia ni hora de tiempo veais todas las fortificaciones de los Reynos, Islas, costas y fronteras de Africa y pidais las de las Indias y oydos los hombres platicos y ingenieros y los que hubieren visto aquellas fortificaciones me consulteis con suma brevedad lo que sera necesario de materiales, de trabajadores y tiempo que sera menester consumir en ponerlas en defensa, procurando reducir las fortificaciones a tal estado que se puedan defender con moderado numero de Infanteria... y pedireis cuantos papeles fuesen menester para nuestra mayor noticia, y tambien se pediran a Italia las mismas relaciones... y a Don Pedro Giron

      En Madrid a 25 de Julio de 1626.- Una Hoja el Decreto + 11 hojas los pareceres de los Señores encargados de la inspección de las fortificaciones; In Folio (30 cm.).* Libro en español

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        Relation au vray, particulière et ample, de tout ce qui s'est faict iour par iour au siège de Verrue, depuis le commencement du mois d'aoust, iusques au dix-huictième de novembre, l'an 1625. Traduit de l'Italien imprimé à Turin.

      Lyon, Jacques Roussin 1626 - in-8, 103 pp., un f. vierge, avec un placard dépliant "in fine", vélin doré, dos lisse orné de filets dorés, encadrement de simple filet doré sur les plats, tranches dorées (reliure de l'époque). Petites salissures sur le plat sup., mais bel exemplaire. Unique traduction française, passablement rare, de la Relazione dell'assedio di Verrua, parue à Turin en 1625 et au format in-4, couvrant en fait toute la campagne de 1625 contre les Espagnols dans le Piémont et pas seulement le siège de cette forteresse près de Turin. SHF, Bourgeois & André, 8762 (auquel nous reprenons l'attribution). Seulement 3 exemplaires au CCF (Sainte-Geneviève à Paris, Méjanes à Aix, Lyon). Exemplaire de Nicolas Simonet, avec ex-libris manuscrit daté de 1689 au titre.

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        Rosa Ursina sive Sol ex Admirando Facularum & Macularum suarum Phoenomeno varius...Libris quatuor

      Engraved allegorical frontis., fine engraved port. of the Duke of Bracciano, engraved vignette on title, & very many finely engraved illus. in the text (some full-page) depicting the author's observations of sunspots and the telescopes used by him. 20 p.l. (incl. frontis.), 784 pp., one blank leaf, [36] pp. Large thick folio (390 x 267 mm.), cont. vellum over boards (some wear to extremities, joint cracked but strong, light browning & occasional minor marginal dampstaining). Bracciano: [Privately Printed by] A. Phaeus, 1626-30. First edition, and a remarkable large and thick paper copy, of Scheiner's greatest work; this magnificent book, which is today very rare on the market, is the most richly and superbly illustrated astronomy book published in the first half of the 17th century. It describes and depicts Scheiner's observations of sunspots and his telescopes. We have never seen a large and thick paper copy of this book before; it is simply gigantic when compared to a normal copy (which usually measures about 348 x 240 mm.). In 1611, Scheiner constructed a telescope with which he began to make astronomical observations, and in March of that year, he detected the presence of spots on the sun. Scheiner's claim to the discovery of sun spots, independently of Galileo, was the origin of one of the most famous and heated controversies in the history of science. This book contains the summation of Scheiner's observations of the sun. He confirmed his method and criticized Galileo for failing to mention the inclination of the axis of rotation to the plane of the ecliptic. Of great importance is Scheiner's discovery of the helioscope, described here. This was the first Keplerian telescope in use, consisting of two convex lenses; it was also the first to use colored glass in the eyepiece. Kepler himself had only considered the telescope theoretically. Scheiner writes here that he had used the Keplerian telescope thirteen years before in the presence of the Archduke Maximilian. The quality of the engravings in this book is exceptional. There are many fine illustrations of the telescope and its parts, lenses, fittings, etc. Rosa Ursina was printed on the private press established by Paolo Jordano Orsini, Duke of Bracciano, a great patron of astronomy, at his castle at Bracciano. A very fine copy of a book which is very difficult to find. Old Jesuit library inscription on title dated 1637. Another inscription on title concealed. Cinti 79. D.S.B., XII, pp. 151-52. King, The History of the Telescope, pp. 40-45. Linda Hall Library, Jesuit Science in the Age of Galileo, 6. .

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        Prussiae Nova Tabula

      Amsterdam 1626 - French text on verso, Size : 380x480 (mm), 15x18.875 (Inches), Original Hand Coloring

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        Purchas his Pilgrimage, or Relations of the World, and the Religions Observed in all Ages and places Discovered, from the Creation unto this Present. Contayning a Theological and Geographical Historie of Asia, Africa, and America, with the Ilands adjacent

      London: Printed by William Stansby for Henrie Fetherstone, 1626. . Fourth edition, folio, (xl), 140, 149-344, 347-1047, (1, 24 Index) pp, with some mispagination. 22 maps and one plate (of a Turkish woman) in the text, but lacking the folding map of China, 7 leaves of text and 6 leaves of the Index at the end, final Index leaf present torn with about half lost, some light staining to early leaves, 19th century armorial bookplate, 19th and 20th century ownership inscriptions to fly leaf. Contemporary calf with a simple border of three blind stamped rolls, some wear, neatly rebacked with a maroon label. A defective copy of an important work, distinct from Purchas’ “Pilgrimes” which often has this title bound up as a fifth volume. The “Pilgrimes” is a famous collection of voyages published from many of Hakluyt’s manuscripts which Purchas inherited; whereas the “Pilgrimage” concerns the religions and history of the world and was largely his own composition. Divided into sections per continent, he covers Biblical history and customs, the origins of Islam, trade and voyages to the East Indies and Japan, Egyptian religion, the various African tribes and countries and America north and south - “New France, Virginia, Florida, New Spaine, with other Regions of America Mexicana... Cumana, Guiana, Brasil, Chica, Chili, Peru...”. STC 20508.5. Sabin 66682 “...the best edition of the ‘Pilgrimage’” and the only one with maps.

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        THE GOLDEN FLEECE DIVIDED INTO THREE PARTS, UNDER WHICH ARE DISCOVERED THE ERRORS OF RELIGION, THE VICES AND DECAYES OF THE KINGDOME, AND LASTLY THE WAYES TO GET WEALTH, AND TO RESTORE TRADING SO MUCH COMPLAYNED OF. TRANSPORTED FROM CAMBRIOLL COLCHOS, OUT OF THE SOUTHERMOST PART OF THE ILAND [sic], COMMONLY CALLED THE NEWFOUNDLAND

      London: Printed for Francis Williams, 1626.. [28],149,[1],105,[1],96pp. Folding map in facsimile. Small quarto. Contemporary speckled calf, stamped and ruled in blind, gilt morocco label, raised bands. Bookplate on front pastedown, some ink notes on front endpapers. Worm hole in lower outer margin throughout, most pronounced in first twenty-five leaves. Early manuscript marginalia (in English and Latin) and underscoring. A very good copy. This copy bears the bookplate of Thomas Hay (1710-87), eighth Earl of Kinnoull. Hay was a classical scholar, a member of Parliament, and in 1746 was made a lord of trade and plantations. "He took a prominent part in the efforts to improve the condition of Nova Scotia" - DNB. The anonymous author, William Vaughan (1575 or 1577-1641), was a Welsh poet and colonial promoter who saw Newfoundland, with its rich fisheries, as a source of revenue for England and of employment for its people. This work, in the form of a literary fantasy, is meant to extol the riches and gains to be had in Newfoundland. "Cambrioll," mentioned in the title here, was the name Vaughan gave to his settlement on the island. Vaughan actually spent time in Newfoundland from 1622 to 1624, an experience which greatly adds to the accuracy of this promotional work; and despite the fantastical nature of the text, much early information on Newfoundland is to be gleaned here. "This work is one of the earliest contributions to English literature from America, and was intended to advertise Vaughan's colony. It is a queer fantasy in prose and verse, in which a succession of historical characters present complaints against the evils of the age in the Court of Apollo, and finally find the Golden Fleece in Newfoundland" - Baer. The text contains brief references to Lord Baltimore (a partner in Vaughan's Newfoundland enterprise) and Captaine Wynne, hence the Maryland interest. Vaughan also criticizes the social use of tobacco, bringing his work to the attention of Arents. The map of Newfoundland, here present in expert facsimile, was drawn by John Mason for Vaughan's exceedingly rare CAMBRENSIUM CAROLEIA, published in 1625. According to the Church catalogue, quoting Rich, the Mason map is not always found with THE GOLDEN FLEECE - as in the Toronto Public Library copy, which is in a similar contemporary binding but lacks the map. A significant early and interesting New World promotional, with a Maryland association. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 626/143. LANDE S2269. TPL 6302. BAER MARYLAND 12. ARENTS 161A. CHURCH 409. BELL V36. JCB (3)II:204. SABIN 98693. STC 24609. DNB XX, pp.183-85 (Vaughan); IX, pp.275-76 (Hay). Mason map: BURDEN 216. KERSHAW, p.86. WORLD ENCOMPASSED 216.

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        Emblemata, partim moralia, partim etiam civilia. Cum latiori eorundem ejusdem auctoris interpretatione. Accedunt et alia quaedam poëmatia in alijs poëmatum suorum libris non contenta

      Lugduni Batavorum [Leiden]: Officina Elzevir, 1626 - With very fine emblems designed and engraved by Crispijn de Passe (EMBLEM BOOK) Second edition. Small 4to. Engraved and illustrated t.p., engraved port., and 74 engraved emblems, printed from the plates of the first ed. by Crispin van de Passe, The Younger. [12], 235 pp. Contemporary vellum, good, covers cupped. Willems 261; Landwehr, Dutch Emblem Books 205b [Attributes: First Edition]

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