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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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      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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      EVANGELISTA DEUCHINO, Venetia 1626 - [600' FIG. MILITARIA] (cm.16,2) bella mz. pergamena antica ottimamente restaurata, sguardie antiche e bellissimi piatti in carta policroma originale del XVIII sec.-- cc. 16 nn., pp. 200 con 5 belle tavv. f.t. molte volte ripiegate incise in rame alla maniera del Callot che raffigurano battaglie, artiglieria, fanteria, cavalleria, attacchi e difese. Dedica dello stampatore a Filippo Capponi marchese di Toderano bel frontis figurato con stemmi e figure in rame. Apparso nel 1610, l' opera ebbe molto successo e varie edizioni. Questa nostra è poco comune e manca a MARINI, CHOIX, GRAESSE e BRUNET. Qualche lieve alone e macchiette alle prime 5 carte, altrimenti esemplare bello nitido e fresco. " l' autore, nacque a Napoli nel 1560 e morì in francia a Perpignano nel 1637" (MANZI 106). D' AYALA, parte I p. 10; COCKLE 609; AUTORI ITALIANI DEL '600 1418; HAYM "LIBRI RARI" 577/18; CAPPONI 84; MORANTI "SEICENTINE DI URBINO" p. 80 n° 788; MICHEL-MICHEL I 210; BM. STC. XVII CENT. ITALIAN, 114.[f31] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      London: William Stansby for Henrie Fetherstone, 1625-1626. - Five volumes. 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. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 625/173. SABIN 66682-6. CHURCH 401A. HUTH SALE 6057. BAER MARYLAND 8. HILL 1403. STREETER SALE 36. STC 20509. ARENTS 158. JCB (3)II:196-97. BURDEN 164, 208, 214.

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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. 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 . 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)

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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

      - 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 [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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      EVANGELISTA DEUCHINO, Venetia 1626 - [600' FIG. MILITARIA] (cm.16,4) attraente mz. pergamena antica manoscritta ben restaurata, piatti e sguardie antiche.-- cc. 8 nn., pp. 77 con alcune figure schematiche. Ultima carta bianca al verso. Manca un ulteriore carta bianca. importante operetta più volte ristampata in più lingue, ma della quale non siamo in grado di dire quale fosse la prima edizione. Anche PALAU cita un' edizione del 1586 ma afferma che debbono esserci edizioni anteriori. CHOIX 7915 ha una edizione italiana del 1598. La nostra probabilmente è una seconda edizione italiana molto rara, sconosciuta a molta bibliografia consultata compreso PALAU, COCKLE, MARINI, VINCIANA, BM. STC. ITALIAN, CHOIX, MICHEL-MICHEL e BRUNI-EVANS IN CAMBRIDGE. Il tipografo Deuchino dedica l' opera a Marco Trivisano e G.P.Gallucci " distinto matematico e astronomo " (RICCARDI) ne cura la traduzione. Bell' esemplare fresco e nitido, solo qualche lieve alone in fine. D' AYALA parte I p. 64; RICCARDI I 572/13 in nota; MORANTI " SEICENTINE DI URBINO" n° 5032.[f31] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Brief mit eigenh. U.

      Bracciano, 4. II. 1626. - 1 S. auf Doppelblatt. 4to. Mit Adresse (Faltbrief). In italienischer Sprache. - Dem früh verstorbenen Kardinal hatte Galilei 1616 sein Buch über Wellen ("Discorso del flusso e reflusso del mare") gewidmet. - Etwas angestaubt und fleckig.

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        Della sfera mondiale.libri quattro. Nè quali compendiosamente si mostra quanto è necessario a generale intelligenza della sfera.

      Marc' Antonio Mazzatinti, Urbino 1626 - [Figurato Astronomia-Galileo] (cm.21,6) solido pieno cartonato originale con nervi in cuoio esterni passanti ai piatti. -- cc. 4 nn., pp. 139 + pp. 5 nn. Titolo in rosso e nero con figura della sfera, nel testo molte illustrazioni astronomiche in xilografia. Rarissima edizione originale sebbene il Grossi "Uomini Illustri di Urbino" pp.78-82 affermi che l' opera fu stampata nel 1624, cioè che non è verosimile anche perchè in Opac Sbn non risultano edizioni anteriori alla nostra nelle biblioteche italiane. Opera importante di divulgazione avversa all' astrologia giudiziaria con cenni al telescopio e allo zodiaco. Vedi la lunga nota in Cinti "Biblioteca Galileiana" veramente rara, manca al Poggendorff, lalande e Houzeau-Lancaster. Lievi ombreggiature all' inizio, piccole mende e macchiette, cerniera della sguardia anteriore con antico rinforzo, peraltro esemplare bello, fresco e genuino. * Riccardi II 155; * Cinti "Biblioteca Galileiana" n° 78; * Sotheran Primo Supplemento n° 2526; * Autori Italiani del '600 n° 1583; * Michel-Michel V 172; * Moranti "Arte Tipografica Urbino" n° 84; * Parenti "Prime Edizioni" 347.[f61] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Nuevo Descubrimiento del gran Cathayo, ò Reynos de Tibet, por el Padre Antonio de Andrade, de la Compañia de Iesus, Portugues, en el año de 1624 [caption title]

      por Mateo Piñeiro, Lisbon 1626 - Modern blue morocco-backed marbled paper-covered boards, spine lettered in gilt The very rare second printing of the first authoritative printed account of a European traveller's visit to Tibet. The first Spanish-language edition, printed a few months after the first edition which was in Portuguese. This edition is not Cordier, and OCLC records only a single example: the Bernardo Mendel copy now in the Indiana University library. 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 twice, consecrating a church at Tsaparang in 1626. Andrade's work is important as being the first undoubtedly authentic first-hand description of Tibet by a European: the 14th-century visit of Odorico de Pordenone remains disputed. It was very popular and quickly went through a number of 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 Asia in the Making of Europe III, pp.338-339, 1773-1775; Sommervogel I, 329.1; cf. Cordier Sinica IV,2898-9 (1st edition in Portuguese and Madrid Spanish-language edition of 1627); Streit V272; Howgego I, A88. (7 1/2 x 5 5/8 inches). Collation: A-E4, F3 (ll.1-22 text, with caption title and 8-line woodcut initial at start of text on recto of l.1; [1 leaf] "licencias" on recto, verso blank). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Bavariae duces . Et palatini Rhenenses.......

      Straßburg ca. 1626. Doppelblatt vom Stammbaum des bayrischen Königshauses von 1183 -1598, prachtvoll verziert mit Wappen und floralen Elemanten. Gesamtansicht von Heidelberg und München am Fuße des Stammbaums., Aus der deutschen Ausgabe von Principum Christianorum Stemmata, altkoloriert, Kupferstich, 54 x 40. Zustand: Perfekt, dem Alter entsprechend

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        Relation de l'Estat de la religion, et par quels desseins, et artifices, elle a esté forgee, & gouvernee en divers Estats de ces parties Occidentales du Monde. Tiree de l'Anglois, du Chevalier Edwin Sandis, avec des additions notables

      Aubert, Aubert 1626 - Livre ancien (1bl), titre, (3), 323 pp., 2 (tables). Homme d'état anglais (1561-1629), l'un des fondateurs de la Virginia Company of London, Edwin Sandis rédige ce violent manifeste avec l'aide de Fra Paolo Sarpi. Ce brûlot anti-papiste fut imprimé pour la première fois contre l’avis d’Edwin Sandis qui obtint son interdiction. Cette présente traduction française, imprimée de façon subreptice contre le gré de l’auteur, fut de même poursuivie par Sandis afin qu’en soit interdite la diffusion. Condition : In-12 Plein veau blond, dos à 5 nerfs orné de fleurons appliqués au pointillé, pièce de titre de maroquin rouge, mors faibles. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      London: Johannem Beale. Londini,, 1626. 1st Edition . Hardcover. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Rebound in full smooth calf with new endpapers and headbands. Spine with raised bands and gilt title. Folio in 6s. (6), 450pp. Printer's device, Headpieces, tailpieces; initial letters. Printed marginal notes. Roman and italic type in double columns. Running title: "Henrici Spelmanni glossarium". With drop-head title on first page of text. Title page with contemporary names, professionally reattached and re-margined. Margins soiled with old damp-stain and rippled throughout. Pages 429 through 450 with text stained. Pages 422 through 450 with some marginal loss. Text incomplete, with last leaf missing, ends on p450 with "Litus.". LOC copy p452. All pages up to 450 complete, despite the printer's many pagination errors. Vol. I A-L. Latin language medieval & modern dictionary. Reprinted in Glossarium, archaeologicum, 1664. Wing 23065. BMC XXIII:p285. LOC control #19011054. Rare. Binding near fine. Contents good. If shipped outside the U.S. additional postage will be necessary. Please contact us prior to placing your order. (MYRNA R. BISHOP, BOOKSELLER. BUYING AND SELLING FINE BOOKS FOR OVER 35 YEARS.)

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        Historiarum sui temporis... libri CVIII

      Geneva: 1626-, 1630. Five volumes in four, folio, contemorary vellum. Handsome set with contemporary annotations.

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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 last 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 111, 312 - 313. Our edition not mentioned in either works. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Horae Diurnae Breviarii Romani

      Antwerp: Officina Plantiniana, 1626. Antwerp: Officina Plantiniana, 1626. Early Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. Early Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). 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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        Kreutterbuch, Jetzt widerumb mit vielen newen Figuren, auch nützlichen Artzneyen und andern guten Stücken, zum vierdten mal auss sondern Fleiss gemehret. Sampt dreyen wolgeordneten nützlichen Registern der Kreutter Lateinische und Teutsche Namen, und dann die Artzneyen, darzu dieselbigen zu gebrauchen innhaltendt. Beneben gnugsamen Bericht, von den Distillier und Brennöfen.

      . Frankfurt, W. Hoffmann für Fischer Erben 1626. Folio. 35 Bl., 460 numm. Blätter, 27 Bl. Mit illustriertem Titel in rot/schwarz und rund 1000 Pflanzenholzschnitten im Text. Pergament d.Zt. mit altem hs. Rückentitel. Nissen, BBI 1311. Einband etwas fleckig und gewellt. Letzte in Frankfurt gedruckte deutsche Ausgabe, in Camerarius' Berarbeitung. Vorsatz mit Namenszug des Marburger Botanikers Georg Wilhelm Franz Wenderoth (1774-1861). Gutes und vollständiges, gleichmässig etwas gebräuntes Exemplar. Wenige Seiten mit kleinen Hinterlegungen. -CHF 4500.00.

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        De Imitatione Christi, Libri Quatuor; Denuo Ad Fidem Autographi Anni 1441 Recensiti: Cum Vita Eiusdem Thomae, Per Heribertum Ros-vveydum

      Ex officina Plantiniana apud Balthasarem Moretum, 1626. Ex officina Plantiniana apud Balthasarem Moretum. Hardcover. B00KIOLWH8 In Latin. 1626 first thus 'Ex officina Plantiniana apud Balthasarem Moretum, & Viduam Ioannis Moreti, & Io. Meursium' (Antwerp, Beligium) 3 3/8 x 5 7/8 inches tall x 1 3/4 inches thick full contemporary vellum, [24], 418, [1] pp. Small engraving of Christ and his followers with crosses to title page, striking full-page engraving of author Thomas Kempis by Flemish engraver Hieronymus Wierix (1553-1619) precedes the beginning of the main text, with engraved decorative initials at the commencement of each of the four books and other engraved printers' devices throughout. Vellum covers, which are characteristically stained and grubby, have yapped fore edges and 2 drilled holes on both front and rear covers to accommodate leather ties (lacking). Prior owner names in ink and heavy soiling to front pastedown and all free-endpapers. Occasional light soiling or foxing to text. Otherwise, a very good copy, complete, including original blank endpapers. A scarce, early printed edition of one of the most important books in Christendom, from the Plantin Press at Antwerp, one of the focal centers of the fine printed book in the 16th and 17th centuries. In addition to the text of the Imitation, includes a 3-page introduction and 7-page biography of Kempis by Flemish Jesuit hagiographer Heribert Rosweyde (1569-1629) and a comprehensive, 28-page alphabetical index. It is prefaced by a 7-page dissertation, presumably also by Rosweyde, on Kempis' authorship of the Imitation and documenting the 1441 autograph manuscript from which this version of the book is edited. ~KMP~ Founded by Christophe Plantin in 1555, whose son-in-law, Jan Moretus (1543-1610), succeeded him, the Plantin-Moretus firm was run by Balthazar Moretus II (1615-1674) at the time this edition was printed. The firm enjoyed a papal monopoly of some two centuries duration on the printing of key liturgical works, and their successors continued in Antwerp through 1867. The Imitation of Christ was written (or at a minimum, transcribed) by Catholic monk Thomas Kempis, as four separate books completed between 1420 and 1427, at Mount Saint Agnes monastery, in the town of Windesheim, located in what is now the Netherlands. He wrote these works for the instruction of novices of his Augustinian monastic order, followers of Geert Groote's Brethren of the Common Life. But the writings quickly became popular among all the literate faithful. They were copied together in one manuscript as early as 1427, by Kempis, and copied (and later printed) together fairly consistently thereafter. Soon after hand-copied versions of the Imitatio Christi initially appeared, the printing press was invented, and it was among the first books after the Bible to be printed. There is probably no other book other than the Bible which has been printed in so many editions and translations. In the past six hundred years, the work has been translated from Kempis' medieval Latin into nearly every language in the world. . Good. 1626.

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        New England the most remarqueable parts thus named by the high and mighty Prince Charles, Prince of great Britaine. Observed and described by Captayn John Smith¿ from The General Historie of Virginia, New-England and the Summer Isles

      London 1626 - This is the foundation map of New England cartography, the map that gave it its name and the first devoted to the region. It covers the area from the present Penobscot Bay in Maine to Cape Cod, Massachusetts. After a period of inactivity following his Virginian escapades, Captain John Smith was invited by four London merchants to explore the coastline of New England. These men, Buley, Langham, Roydon and Skelton, financed two ships that sailed in March 1614 with instructions to return with a profitable cargo. There had been earlier English voyages between the years 1602 and 1605 by men like Gosnold, Pring and Weymouth. Although these did not amount to anything of great importance, Gosnold is credited with naming Cape Cod. Smith made a good crossing in six weeks, arriving off Monhegan Island near the Kennebec estuary. By now the waters of New England, particularly Maine, were visited by dozens of English and French fishing vessels a year. One of Smith's vessels concentrated on catching fish and collecting other valuable commodities. Smith continued down the coast to chart and explore, lamenting the poor quality of existing maps: '[he] had six or seven several plots of those Northern parts, so unlike each to other, and most so differing from any true proportion, or resemblance of the Country, as they did me no more good, then so much waste paper, though they cost me more'. Naming Plymouth Rock he described the place as 'an excellent good harbor, good lands, and no want of anything but industrious people'. This proved the incentive six years later for the 'Mayflower' Pilgrims to relocate here after their first choice proved unwise. In mid July after just six weeks Smith returned to England. It is remarkable that in this short time he managed to glean so much of the coastline. Indeed, the amount of work that is actually his own has been called into question by some. Smith settled up with the four merchants who had backed him and approached the Plymouth Company with the idea of founding a colony. By now though Smith's luck had run out. Setting off in 1615, he was held back by appalling weather which destroyed his ship and nearly cost him his life. Undaunted he set out again and ran into one pirate ship, and then two French privateers. Finally, he was interrupted by four French warships suspecting that he was a privateer. Whilst Smith was on board one of the French ships to present his credentials, the shipmaster, Captain Chambers, fled, leaving Smith stranded with the French. Captive, he sailed with them as they attacked the ships of all nations. When the ship he was in became shipwrecked, he managed to survive and make his way back from France, arriving in England in December 1615. He was thought to have perished. Smith tried many more times to travel to America, but never succeeded. Whilst on board the French vessel, Smith had passed the time writing a manuscript entitled A Description of New England. This he carried to London and published in June 1616. To accompany this work Smith had Simon van de Passe engrave a map of his surveys. The young Prince Charles provided much of the nomenclature, most of which does not survive today. The notable exceptions are the 'River Charles and Plimouth'. The book was successful, not least because America was very popular at the time. Rebecca Rolfe, otherwise known as Pocahontas, was in London causing quite a stir. During its life the plate was changed numerous times, creating nine recorded states.

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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 sonderlich seither erbawung der Loblichen Statt Bern in Nüchtland: Auch in geschäfften darin diese berühmbte Nation bey Kriegen, Bündnussen und andern hochwichtigen händlen mit Bäpsten, Kaysern, Königen Fürsten und sonderbahren hohen Ständen bis auff...

      Bern: (Jacob Stuber für Teil 2) 1626-1627.. ...das 1627 Jahr participirt, verlauffen (...). Der erste Theil. Angebunden: Chronicon oder Gründtliche Beschreibung der denckwürdigesten sache unnd thaten, welchem den Helvetischen Landen an jetzt die Eydgnoschafft oder das Schweitzerland genent (...) bis auf das 1627. Jahr (...) sich zugetragen unnd verloffen. (...). Der andere Theil. 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, Folio, 37 x 23 cm. 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.

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        Brief mit eigenh. Empfehlungsformel und U.

      Hauptquartier Aschersleben, 5. VII. 1626.. 1 S. auf Doppelblatt. Folio.. An einen Fürsten mit der Bitte, "sich noch die wenige Zeit unbeschwerdt gedulden [zu] wollen, Solle dersoselben unterthanen, weder in aufbrechen, noch abzug einiger schaden nit zugefügt werden, welches E. Ld. wird in freundlicher antwort nit verhalten wolten [...]". - Etwas gebräunt und mit kleinen Randläsuren; Bl. 2 mit papiergedecktem Siegel; zwei Drittes des Blattes (mit dem Namen des Adressaten) ausgeschnitten.

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        Tesoro delle Gioie. Trattato curioso nel quale si dichiara brevemente la virtù, qualità et proprietà delle Gioie come Perle, Gemme, Avori, Unicorni, Bezaari, Cocco, Malacca, Balsami, Contraherba, Muschio, Ambra, Zibeto

      Padova, Pietro Paolo Tozzi, 1626. - in-12. 12ff. 212pp. 1f. Veau, dos lisse orné, décor doré sur les plats, tête dorée (Reliure moderne). Ce curieux traité sur les pierres précieuses et leurs propriétés parut pour la première fois à Venise en 1602. Cette édition est due à Giovanni Battista Ardemanio. Rousseurs, quelques traces de mouillures. Epidermure d'encollage sur la page de titre, affectant quelques caractères qui sont reportés sur une page de garde.

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        Minne-Kunst. Minne-Baet. Minne-Dichten. Mengel-Dichten

      Amsterdam: Hessel Gerritsz., 1626. Amsterdam: Hessel Gerritsz., 1626 4 Parts In 1 Vol. Oblong Sm. 8-vo.(8)- 446-(2) PP. 4 Titles, a frontispice and 19 full page delicately engraved plates, by Pieter Serwouters. Full orig. Vellum. A well printed and rare Dutch songbook. The poetry is of a liberal nature, van Heemskerk (1597-1656) gave us, in this hard to find little volume, youth poetry, his adaptation of Ovidius Ars Amandi, with 12 fine plates. The 2-Nd. part new for this 2-nd. edition, is Ovid's Remedia Armoris has 6 plates. The -3rd. part is a collection of love songs that were inspired by (a.o.)the 'Canzonieri' of Bembo and Ronsard's 'Amours'. The 4-Th. part, is a collection of various poems, such as (e.g.) Love Songs to the Nymphs of Leiden, were Heemskerk studied. At the end the printers mark of Paulus Aerts van Ravesteijn, with text partly in his fine civilité type. who was responsible for the fine printing of this 'Rarissima' New endpapers, [pp.120-139) with loss of [part of] pagination, due to worming, title page repaired Occasionally stained, soiled, some upper corners missing, without loss of text, not affecting plates. Orig vellum soiles/used. In spite of these defects, a desirable copy of one of the rarest Dutch songbooks. See:Scheurleer Liedboeken: 148. Catalogus Muziekhist. Museum, Scheurleer II.Scheepers, I-286 ('Very Rare") See for Serwouters: Hollstein XXVI- Serwouters;55.

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      IN NAPOLI, PER LAZZARO SCORIGIO 1626 - Legatura in piena pergamena coeva, con al dorso restauro integrativo e titolo manoscritto da antica mano, sbiadito; ex-libris Piergiorgio Borio. [8] pp., 276, [4] (con antiporta figurato). Nota di possesso al verso della carta di guardia anteriore; esemplare dedicato al sig. Francesco Galeazzo Pinelli duca dell’Acerenza e Marchese di Galatone da Giovanne Germano. Rara edizione italiana (la prima fu del 1585) di questo celebre trattato di oftalmologia redatto dal medico e anatomista francese Du Laurens, autore di una delle anatomie più note e diffuse del suo tempo, l’“Historia Anatomica” (1600). L’opera in esame è un trattato sulla visione, la vista, la depressione e la vecchiaia. Destinata a un pubblico laico, il testo venne pubblicato in oltre venti edizioni con traduzioni in inglese, tedesco, latino e italiano. L’opera è suddivisa in quattro Discorsi: vista, malinconia, reumatismi e vecchiaia. La popolarità del testo, in particolare la trattazione sulla malinconia e l’invecchiamento, giocò un ruolo importante nel plasmare concetti rinascimentali su follia, malinconia e vecchiaia; interessante, inoltre, la correlazione delle teorie su questi temi di Du Laurens con le opere di Shakespeare. Esemplare con all’angolo inferiore esterno delle prime 6 carte restauro integrativo a causa di rosicatura, a scemare; diverse pagine in lieve e uniforme ossidazione, altrimenti esemplare fresco e marginoso. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Les touches du seigneur des accords, les escraignes dijonnoises recueillies par le sieur des accords, les contes facécieux du sieur gaulard gentil-homme de la franche comté Bourguignotte

      A Rouen, chez David Geuffroy, demeurant à la ruë des cordeliers pres S. Pierre 1626 - Petit in-12 relié plein maroquin rouge, dos à 5 nerfs, roulettes sur les contre-plat et filet sur les coupes, tranches dorées et marbrées, ce petit volume contient Les touches du seigneur des accords, 64 feuillets (erreurs de numérotation des feuillets), les escraignes dijonnoises recueillies par le sieur des accords, 60 feuillets, (erreurs de numérotation des feuillets) Les contes facécieux du sieur gaulard gentil-homme de la franche comté Bourguignotte : 59 feuillets contenant le titre et le texte, non paginés, bien complet et dans l'ordre malgré les nombreuses erreurs de pagination dues à l'imprimeur, (merci au numérotation des feuillets et aux renvois de bas de page) ; portrait dans le premier et le dernier des recueils, lettrines. Bel exemplaire très joliment relié. Ex-Libris. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Turin, 24. XII. 1626.. Large 4to. Bifolium. 2½ pp.. Secretarial copy of a letter patent for Jean Louis du Mas de Castellane, Baron d'Allemagne (d. 1661?), general of the galleys of the Duke of Savoy, who is instructed to take decisive action against the Muslim pirates on the Barbary coast threatening French trade and navigation in the Mediterranean: "[...] Aiant resoulu de maintenir Un Nombre suffizant de galleres au port de Villefranche pour tenir nettes nos mers de Nice des pirates, et Corsaires Infidelles, qui ont accoutume d'endommager La Cotte, Les marchands, et autres, qui navigent En Icelles, et Conserver aussy nos pais, et subjects de ces Cartiers Maritimes Contre Toutes sortes d'Invasions, nous avons Estime tres apropos d'en donner Le soin, et Commandement, a personage de remarque et d'esperiance [...] y Vouloir entandre Messire Jean Louis Demas, et Castelana Baron d'Allemagne du Conte de Provence pour La singuliere Estime que Nous faisons [...]" - Traces of folds; some browning; on stamped paper (un sol).

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        A Newe Mape of Germany, Speed, anno 1626

      A Newe Mape of Germany, ,1626. Angeboten wird ein seltener Kupferstich mit Ansichten von John Speed, anno 1626, Blattmaß: 45x56 cm., alt grenzkoloriert, an den Rändern gebräunt, 4 Wurmlöcher am Kopfsteg, ein kleines hinterlegtes Löchlein (2x2 mm.) in der Karte. Coppermap with pictures of citizens at left and right margins, small views of 8 cities on top of the map: Heidelberg, Frankfurt am Main, Wien, Praque, Köln, Nürnberg, Straßburg and Augsburg. 4 wormholes on upper margin, one small restored crack (2 x 2 mm.) in the map.old coloured in outline, little brownish on margins..

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        Pet. Apiani Organon catholicum. Das ist: Ein allgemeines Mathematisches Instrument, welches allenthalben der alten und newen Welt nutzlich vnd wol kan gebrauchet werden. Allen der Mathematischen Ku?nsten Liebhabern zu gutem in Teutschen Sprach beschrieben.

      Nürnberg, Simon Halbmaier, 1626. Format: 4°.. [4], 33, [3] S.. Mit breiter Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre, einem ganzseitigem und einem doppelblattgroßen Textholzschnitt sowie mehrfach gefalteter Holzschnitt-Tafel.. Geheftet ohne Einband. .. Erste Ausgabe.. Mit der meist fehlenden großen Falttafel*** Erste Ausgabe. Als einzeln paginierter Druck und mit einem eigenen Titelblatt zusammen mit dem "Centiloquium Circini Proportionum" des Georg Galgemair erschienene Abhandlung über das "Organon Catholicum", es "behandelt Herstellung (bzw. Aufbau) und Gebrauch von Peilinstrumenten, die der ältere Apian erfand. Dies geht aus den Vorworten unmißverständlich hervor. Galgemair hat freilich seine Vorlagen gründlich und selbständig durchdacht und mit bemerkenswertem didaktischem Geschick präsentiert. Das sogenannte Inventum Apiani ist ausschließlich für terrestrische Anwendungen bestimmt. Im Titel des Inventum wird betont, daß man ohne alle Rechnung auskomme Galgemair ist ein kompetenter Sachbuchautor, kein selbständiger Forscher" (Gerhard Betsch, Praxis geometrica und Kartographie an der Universität Tübingen im 16. und frühen 17. Jahrhundert, in: Friedrich Seck (Hrsg.). Zum 400. Geburtstag von Wilhelm Schickard: zweites Tübinger Schickard-Symposion, 25. bis 27. Juni 1992, Sigmaringen 1995, S. 213). Die Holzschnitt-Tafeln zeigen geometrische Figuren "Dorsum sine Rotula", die große einen astrologischen Jahreskreis (36,5 x 30,5 cm!) mit dem von Galgemair nach Apian erfundenen Instrument: "Nun ist die Peilscheibe des Inventum mit einem Quadratnetz überzogen, ähnlich unserem Millimeterpapier, nur nicht so fein unterteilt. Mit Hilfe dieses Quadratnetzes, und mit etwas Übung, kann man die gesuchte 4. Proportionale direkt auf der Peilscheibe ablesen. Ganz ohne Rechnung geht es im Grunde freilich doch nicht, denn das Quadratnetz muß als passender Maßstab interpretiert werden" (ebenda). Der Titel mit einer großen Ädikula mit zahlreichen geometrischen Messinstrumenten und einer Weltkugel. Nur unwesentlich gebräunt, sehr sauber und wohlerhalten sowie vollständig - mit der meist fehlenden großen Falttafel. VD17 23:289322W. Zinner 5025. Ortroy 116.

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        Luxenburgicus 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 Geographiques Du Duche 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.

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau mit Belagerung i.J. 1622.

      . Kupferstich v. David Custos aus Östreichischer Lorbeerkrantz b. Nicolaus Bellus (Michael Caspar Lundorp) in Frankfurt, 1626, 26 x 30,5 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). (Neumann, Stadt u. Festung Jülich auf bildlichen Darstellungen 96 A)

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

      typis Iacobi Mascardi,, Romae, 1626 - In-folio antico (332x220mm), pp. (8), 618, (10) di indice e di errata, (1) bianca, legatura coeva p. pergamena rigida con titolo calligrafato in antico al dorso. Vignetta calcografica al titolo con busto di Ippocrate. Fregi tipografici in xilografia. Indice bicolonne in fine. Una firma antica e antiche annotazioni marginali a diverse pp. Alcune macchi e aloni alla pergamena. Bruniture ed aloni lievi all'interno. Bell'esemplare nel complesso. Prima edizione del commento del Marziani (Sassuolo, 1567-Roma, 1622) alle opere di Ippocrate. "Hippocrates first established an empyrical system of medicine based on a combination of bedside experience and a collation of many individual data which then formed the basis of clinical teaching. He freed medicine from superstition.The Renaissance and the classical revival brought the Hippocratic writings again to the forefront and they have remained an inspiration to medical research and ethics ever since" (P.M.M., 55). Hirsch, IV, p. 90. Bayle & Thillaye, Biographie Médicale, I, p. 307: "Un des plus habiles commentateurs d'Hippocrate.". Brunet, III, 1493-1494. Manca a Blake (cita solo la ristampa padovana del 1719), Wellcome, Vinciana (cita l'edizione veneziana del 1652), Olschki (cita solo la suddetta edizione del 1652).

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        El Capitan Symon? Dize, que la plata y riquezas del Piru viene a España conduzidas por tierra a Arica? De Arica van embarcadas mas de 200 leguas a Lima, de donde en la armadilla vienen á Panama

      Madrid: , 1626. An impressively detailed proposal to create a transport route from Peru to Spain through the Brazilian Marañon, preceding that of Texeira and Acuña; one of three known copies. 1626. Madrid. In folio (276 mm x 202 mm). 3 pp. Custom made morocco backed cloth folder, and slip case, spine lettered in gilt, a little rubbed. Good copy with mostly marginal loss of paper in the upper margin -touching a few letters-, else a remarkably fresh and clean copy.First edition. Extremely rare imprint, of which Borba de moraes says there are only two known copies. None seem to have appeared ever at auction. "The rarity of the document is explained by the fact that it is a petition addressed to the King of Spain through the Council of the Indies; very few copies of such petitions were printed, for distribution only to the members" (Borba de Moraes).In 1578, the Portuguese king fell in the battle of Alcácer Quibir; he having no successors, the throne became vacant, hence beginning two years of disputes over the crown. By 1580, Phillip II of Spain had incorporated Portugal to his realm. Under this period of unification, Brazil was part of the Spanish-Portuguese Empire; because of this, the prospect of an alternative route of transport was thought possible ?thus avoiding the much dangerous route through the Magellan Straits; as a result, there were a few attempts to create a new transport route across the Brazilian Amazons. In 1639, several years after Silveira´s, an expedition lead by Pedro de Teixeira was undertaken to investigate the viability of a commercial route going through the Brazilian Amazons. The imprint begins describing the route followed by the Gold and Silver from Peru before reaching Spain; Silveira considers it too long and then tells of the dangers of Piracy off the coast of Panama saying "con grande costa y peligro... en que las contrarias naciones estan peritas en passer a la mar del Sur" and adding that this situation has been increased by the discovery of the Strait of Saint Vincent. "In this petition Simao Estacio da Silveira offers his services, under certain conditions, to open up a new route for transporting silver from Peru to Spain down one of the rivers of Maranhao. He writes of the dangers of the route then in use, from Africa to Lima and Panama, especially at that time, since the enemy had become very skilful in passing through the Straits of Saint Vincent (Cape Horn) to the Pacific. He stresses the advantages of the route through the Maranhao". The author emphasizes his point by referring to Drake´s expedition through the Magellan Strait. Then explains why the voyage is arduous and dangerous, making a synthetic note of the route to be followed by the ships, mostly through the Caribbean (Habana, Cartagena, etc.). Just then, he addresses his petition, to open a new road of transport through a river of the Marañon.Silveira proceeds to explain his plan to develop his new transport route with 7 conditions and steps, with an excellent level of detail. At the end, makes a note of the possibility of building their own ships in the region, provided the large amount of trees there found. Acuña would later give a similar proposal.Borba de Moraes, 814. Palau, 313856, never saw it, but refers to an imprint which appears to be the same work, sadly only refers to it quoting the manuscript title of the binding, in the National Library of Madrid.

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        Bibell. Das ist, Alle Bücher Alts und News Testaments, nach Alter in Christlicher Kyrchen gehabter Translation trewlich verteutscht, und mit vielen heilsamen Annotaten erleucht, Durch D. Johann Dietenberger. Jetzt an vielen orten corrigiert, und gebessert, mit schönen kunstreichen figuren geziert, ....

      Köln, Johann Kreps, 1626. 4°, (6), 450 Bl.; 138 (richtig 139)Bl., 1 Blatt mit 2 Holzstich-Titelblätter und 141 Textholzschnitten von Virgil Solis und dem Monogrammisten SHF, Geprägtes Schweinsleder d. Zeit, ohne Schliessen, Reparaturbedürftiges aber komplettes Exemplar. Titelblatt lose beiliegend (kleiner Bild und Textverlust), durchgehend etwas fleckig (4 Bl. m. starken Farbspuren), einzelne Blätter mit Wurmfrass - brauchbar. Preis in CHF: 495. Neudruck der 8. Auflage von 1567 der Dietenberger-Bibel durch den Kölner Drucker Johann Kreps. - Johann Dietenberger (* um 1475-1537) studierte ab 1511 in Köln und Heidelberg Theologie und promovierte sich 1514 an der Universität Mainz zunächst zum Lic. theol. und 1515 zum Doktor der Theologie. 1516 und 1517 war er Prior in Frankfurt. Hieran schloss sich eine Tätigkeit als Regens und Dozent der Theologie im Kloster zu Trier an. Er wurde 1519 Prior in Koblenz und war dann erneut 1520-26 Prior in Frankfurt und ab 1527 wieder in Koblenz. Im Rahmen des Reichstag zu Augsburg 1530 wurde er beauftragt die gegen die "Confessio Augustana" gerichtete Schrift der katholischen Kirche "Confutatio Augustana" mit zu verfassen. 1532 wurde er als Professor an die Universität Mainz berufen. Dietenberger verfasste zahlreiche, vor allem polemische und asketische Schriften, nennenswert sind hiervon eine 1534 in Mainz erschienene Bibelübersetzung, die Dietenberger-Bibel, und ein deutscher Katechismus von 1537. Diese Ausgabe die letzte vor der Revision durch den Theologen Kaspar Ulenberg.Die Dietenberger-Bibel war im Gegensatz zur Lutherbibel in einer leicht oberdeutschen Sprachform gehalten, während die Übersetzung des Ingolstädter Theologen Dr. Eck sehr starke bairische Züge hatte. Dies führte dazu, dass die Bibel von Johann Dietenberger in den katholischen Regionen außerhalb Bayerns und Österreichs die meist gedruckte Bibel wurde. Schon 1540, 1550, 1555 und 1575 entstand eine neue Auflage in Köln, 1564, 1571 und 1618 in Mainz, sowie Auflagen aus Würzburg, Frankfurt und Nürnberg.

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        Sämmtliche kleine Schriften. Nach der Zeitfolge geordnet. Bde. I-IV/1 (alles erschienene) in 2 Bänden. Jena, J. B. Voigt 1797-98. 8°. 2 Bll., 294 S.,19 Bll., (296-)494 S.; 2 Bll., 526 S.; 612 (recte 593) S.; 2 Bll., 152 (recte 159) S.- Angeb.: Ders., Kennzeichen der Philosophie oder Weisheitsliebe im reinsten Sinne des Worts. Frankfurt u. Leipzig, o. Vlg. 1796. 30 S., mit Holzschn.-Titelvign., Hldrbde. d. Zt. mit Rsch.

      . . I) Warda 235 - Brieger 1310 (kennt nur 3 Bde.).- Erste Ausgabe, vollständig selten.- Die stark fehlerhafte Paginierung wie bei Warda angegeben.- Enth. u.a.: "Gedanken von der wahren Schätzung der lebendigen Kräfte" - Allgemeine Naturgeschichte und Theorie des Himmels" - "Träume eines Geistersehers, erläutert durch Träume der Metaphysik".- II) Adickes 1626: "It would appear from the title that counterfeiting was intended. But the work itself does not carry the cheat through; since, quite apart from questions of style and contents, it very clumsily speaks of Kant in the third person".- Erste Ausgabe.- Leicht braunfleckig, sonst schönes Exemplar.

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        "A. Newe Mape of Germany Newly Augmented by. Iohn Speed Ano. Dom. 1626.".

      1626. Kupferstich-Karte von J. Speed, datiert 1626, bei Th. Bassett u. R. Chiswell, London 1676, altkoloriert. Ca. 40,5 x 52,5 cm. Alt gerahmt. Etwas gebräunt. Bugeinriß unten und Knitterstelle alt hinterlegt.. Imposante "Carte a figure" Karte Zentraleuropas mit Randansichten. Die Darstellung reicht von Ypern bis Königsberg, im Süden bis Triest und Genf. Mit Titelkartusche links unten, seitlichen Leisten mit je 5 Trachtenfiguren, oben einer Leiste mit 8 kol. Ansichten (je 3 x 6 cm) von Heidelberg, Frankfurt, Wien, Prag, Köln, Nürnberg, Straßburg und Augsburg. Dekorative, seltene Karte aus der letzten Ausgabe des Speed-Atlas. Die Karte wurde von der gleichen Platte wie die Erstausgabe 1627 gedruckt, nur der rückseitige (englische) Drucktext mit Änderungen. Zu erkennen ist dieser Zustand am Verlegervermerk rechts unten: "Are to be sold by Tho. Baßett in Fleet street & Ric. Chiswell in St. Pauls Churchyard." Der Rahmen war zur Reinigung der Glasplatte geöffnet; es gibt also keine bösen Überraschungen. Ein Foto der Rückseite liegt vor.

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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.

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        L'usage du compas de proportion. Nouvelle edition, reveue, corrigee, & de beaucoup augmentee.

      Paris, Bourriquant, 1626.. (17 x 11 cm). (8) 136 S. Mit zahlreichen Textholzschnitten und 2 Kupfertafeln. Flexibler Pergamentband der Zeit.. Dritte Ausgabe des ersten französischen Werkes über Proportionalzirkel, 1618 erstmals erschienen. - "Henrion was greatly interested in mathematical instruments, especially in the proportional divider" (DSB). Mit Henrion (ca. 1580 - ca. 1632), Professor für Mathematik in Paris, setzt in Frankreich die Entwicklung des Proportionalzirkels ein. Sein Zirkel weist die vier Linien 1, 2, 3 und 11 auf. - Stellenweise etwas gebräunt. Einband gering fleckig, sonst gut erhalten. - DSB 6, 271; vgl. Poggendorff I, 1068 (Ausg. 1631). - Selten

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau mit Belagerung i.J. 1621 ('Abriss der Stadt Franckenthal, wie solche von dem ViceGeneral Don Goncalo Fernandes De Cordova, belagert worden. 1621.').

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

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        Piis Manibus Guilielmi V. Comitis Palat. Rhen. Utr. Boiar. Ducis Augustissimi huius Templi Collegijque Fundatoris Munificentissimi Patroni...

      München 1626. Kupferstich, Blatt: 45,5 x 60 cm. Seltener Einblattdruck ziegt den Chor der Jesuitenkirche in München mit Trauerfeier für Wilhelm V. von Bayern, mit seinem Sarg in der Mitte. Wihelm V. liess zwischen 1583-1587 die Jesuitenkirche St. Michael in München bauen und war der erste Herzog von Bayern, der in der Kirche begraben wurde. Kupferstich ohne Stecher oder Ort. Leicht gebräunt und fleckig, leichte Faltspuren mit Risen und winzigen Löchern. - Nicht bei Halle (Newe Zeitungen) und Drugulin. Scarce separately published print showing the interior of the Jesuit church St. Michael in Munich with the funeral feast for William V, Duke of Bavaria. The Jesuit church in Munich, today known as the greatest Renaissance church North of the Alps, was built 1583-1587 by William V. as a spiritual center for the Counter Reformation. The Print is one of the earliest large documents presenting the rich interior decoration of the church. William V was the first member of the Wittelsbach dynasty to be buried in the St. Michael's crypt. Slightly age-toned and stained, soft folds with repaired tears, some tiny holes, otherwise in a good condition. - Not in Halle (Newe Zeitungen) and Drugulin. No example recorded in the the libraries.

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        Constitutiones et Decreta Edita in Prima Dioecesana Synodo Civitatis.

      1626. [Orte, Italy]. Gozzadini, Angelo. Constitutiones, Et Decreta Edita in Prima Dioecesana Synodo Civitatis Hortanae ab Angelo Gozadino, Civitatis Hortanae & Castellanae ad Inuicem Canonice Perpetuo Unitarum Episcopo, Celebrata Die Ultima Maii, 1. & 2. Mensis Iunii Anno Domini, 1626. Roncilioni: Apud Franciscum Mercurium, 1627. [xxii], 155, [3], [blank], 111, [9] pp. Two parts, each with title page and separate pagination. Signatures M and N of Second part (pp. 89-96) bound in reverse order. Quarto (8-1/4" x 6-1/4"). Contemporary vellum, faint early hand-lettered title to front board, fragment of lettering piece early hand-lettered shelf number to foot of spine. Light soiling and a few minor stains, some wear to fore-edges, vellum just beginning to crack through pastedowns, which have negligible worming. Title page of first part has handsome woodcut architectural frame, second part has typographical border and vignette, woodcut colophon, head-pieces, tail-pieces and decorated initials. Early annotations to verso of front free endpaper and title page, interior otherwise clean. * Only edition. Orte is a city in central Italy near Rome. This is a compilation of its local diocesan law. Also included are forms and information about costs. The second part is entitled Sequuntur Edicta in Synodo Dioecesana Prima Civitatis Hortanae Anno 1626 Edita: Nec no Formularium Super Expeditionibus Collationum Ordinum, Beneficiorum, Causar[um] Matrimoniali[ium], Criminali[ium], & Diversorum Negotiorum pro Faciliori Notariorum, Cancellariorum, & Aliorum Intelligentia: Cum Taxa civili, & Criminali. OCLC locates no copies in North America (but we located one at UC-Berkeley Law School). Not in the British Museum Catalogue..

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        Kartenspieler. Öl auf Kupferplatte.

      . 11, 8 x 17,6 cm, Tadell. Preis in CHF: 15400. 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]

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        'Abbildung des ansehlichen treffens zwischen Grave Henrichen vom Berg, und den Holländern, geschehen den 8. Octob. 1626':.

      . Kupferstich aus Meßrelationen b. J. Francus, 1626, 22 x 34 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Braun, Bd 1., 38-39. - Seltene Niederrheinkarte mit Vogelschauansicht der Schlacht i.J. 1626 und dem Gebiet zwischen Maas, Niers und Rhein mit den Städten Düsseldorf, Neuß, Dülken, Kessel, Wachtendonk, Geldern, Gennep, Venlo, Dinslaken, Büderich, Wesel, Rees, Emmerich, Nimwegen, Grave und Kleve. - Alle genannten Städte mit Ansichten oder Befestigungsplänen. - Oben rechts Kartusche mit Waffen, Trommel und Schild.

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