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2012-04-27 15:23:07
(Heemskerk, J.van)
Amsterdam Hessel Gerritsz., 1626. 2-nd Ed. Enlarged.. Full-Vellum. 12mo - Oblong. 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. Condition: Fine.
Bookseller: Quist Antiquarian [Netherlands]
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2012-03-13 12:38:14
LA MORLIERE (Adrian de).
1626. 96032 LA MORLIERE (Adrian de). (Le premier livre des Antiquitez, Histoires et Choses plus remarquables de la ville d'Amiens, poëtiquement traité). 1626. 3 livres en 1 volume: Page de titre + p. 149 à 564 (manque la page de titre du volume 1, les pages 1 à 148, les pages 319, 463 à 470) (18x23cm). Reliure ancienne cuir usagée. Manques de cuir au dos. Exemplaire entièrement déboîté. Mouillures. Papier abîmé dans les marges par l'humidité. Feuillets en partie déreliés. Amiens. Picardie. Adrian de La Morliere, "chanoine en l'Eglise Cathedrale de nostre Dame d'Amiens". Le 2ème volume porte le titre: "Le second livre des Antiquitez, Histoires et choses plus remarquables de la ville d'Amiens, comprenant le catalogue des Evesques", et le 3ème: "Le troisième livre... contenant l'Ordre et la suite des Anciens Majeurs d'Amiens, des Gouverneurs et Lieutenants de la Province, des Baillis, et des Capitaines ou Gouverneurs de la ville en particulier". Très jolies Vignettes.
Bookseller: Último Capítulo S.C.P. [Barcelona, Spain]
2012-03-08 21:28:47
Spelman, Henry
London: Johannem Beale, 1626. First edition. Hardcover. Very good. Yes. 4to. (6),452pp. Bound to style in full calf. Spine in 6 compartments with raised bands, red leather lettering label, gilt. Boards tooled in blind. Marbled endpapers. The first few pages are soiled and rough aling the edges, and the title page has been cropped closely affecting the first line of type; text block lightly soiled; else this is a very good copy. There are numerous errors in pagination; in fact none of the pages between p 156 and 231 are numbereed correctly. Title vignette; headpieces; tailpiece; initials. In double columns. The first edition of Spelman's great work, covering the letters A through L. (The complete work would not be published until after his death, in 1664). Complete despite numerous pagination errors. This is the state with the reset title page, reading "chartis et formulis" on line 13. Wing 23065.5; ESTC S117517.
Bookseller: Thorn Books
2012-03-08 21:28:47
Spelman, Henry
London: Johannem Beale, 1626. First edition. Hardcover. Very good. Yes. 4to. (6),452pp. Bound to style in full calf. Spine in 6 compartments with raised bands, red leather lettering label, gilt. Boards tooled in blind. Marbled endpapers. The first few pages are soiled and rough aling the edges, and the title page has been cropped closely affecting the first line of type; text block lightly soiled; else this is a very good copy. There are numerous errors in pagination; in fact none of the pages between p 156 and 231 are numbereed correctly. Title vignette; headpieces; tailpiece; initials. In double columns. The first edition of Spelman's great work, covering the letters A through L. (The complete work would not be published until after his death, in 1664). Complete despite numerous pagination errors. This is the state with the reset title page, reading "chartis et formulis" on line 13. Wing 23065.5; ESTC S117517.
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2012-03-02 19:16:45
Henrion, D(enis) (d.i.: Clement Cyriaque de Mangin).
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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2012-02-16 19:02:36
M. Sonnius, E. Foucault, Her. R. Thierry, Paris, 1626. Liturgical work intended for the bishop of Angers, illustrated with an engr. ill. on title by L. Gaultier depicting the church of Angers and coat-of-arms. Printed in red & black throughout. With printed music. Ref. Bn-Opale plus (1). [30]-525-[3 bl.] pp. (sm. piece of p. 233 lacking, minor spotting). 1 volumes. Contemp. mottled vellum, spine on 5 raised bands (upper joints sl. def.), marb. endpapers, red edges,
Bookseller: de KunstBurg [gent, Belgium]
2012-02-06 21:06:56
POLO, Marco
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.
Bookseller: Martayan Lan, Inc.
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2011-12-26 16:28:52
Bellarminus, Robertus [ Bellarmine, Robert]
Coloniae Agrippinae [Cologne- Köln]: Apud Cornel ab Egmond. G : in good condition. Cover rubbed and a little darkened. Some hand written script in Latin on paste-down. Page edges browning. Slight foxing. 1626. Reprint. Hardback white vellum cover. 120mm x 60mm (5" x 2"). 264pp; 263pp + index. 5 copper plate engravings including 2 title pages, frontispiece portrait of author and 2 engravings in the text. The author [1542-1621] was an Italian Jesuit and Catholic Cardinal. .
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2011-12-21 22:23:05
. 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). Pistor-Smeets, Die Fossa Eugenina, S.75, Nr. 3.3.4. - Karte des Kanals von Rheinberg über Geldern bis Venlo (Fossa Eugeniana). - Oben links Rollwerkskartusche.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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2011-09-26 20:52:34
MARCHANT, JACOB (IACOBO MARCHANTIO).
Montibus (Mons, Belgium), Ex Officina Francisci Waudre.. 1626 - 1630. 2 volumes (these 2 books will only be sold together) Later 19th century black half leather, gilt. lii,764,viii pp.: vign. & xxiv,1142,vi pp.; 20 cm. Text in Latin. - (sl. worn, sl. browned, convent library stamps, low margin because new bindings) Although still very good. See image. 1st edition. J. Marchant was a Prof. of the convent of Mons..
Bookseller: Boekhandel - Antiquariaat Emile Kerssema
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2011-07-25 03:15:29
Neander, J.
Lugduni Batavorum (Leyden), Elzevier, 1626. 4to (21.4 x 15.7 cm). Engraved title page, engraved portrait of Neander; [xxxvi], 256, [iii] pp., including nine page-sized engravings (with blank versos, i.e. plates) of tobacco plants, cultivation and curing of tobacco, pipes, etc. Contemporary vellum with script title in an old hand on the spine; slightly later endpapers. A rare work on tobacco and its merits by the early experimenter Johann Neander (1596 or 1597-after 1632), from Bremen. Second edition, given the frontispiece dated 1626. The Epistola dedicatoria cryptically contains the year 1622 ("7. Kal. Maij styl. Gregor. anno DoMInI IesV ChrIstI SerVatorIs VerI"). Hirsch IV, 332: Arents coll. 84, 89a: "...a popular compendium of information relating to the 'scientific' methods of preparing and using tobacco 'for all the ailments of human body'. The cuts...illustrate the native methods of cultivating, gathering, curing and preparing tobacco.". Bound in the rear, unpaginated, is a long (three pp. ) verse in Dutch by Ioost (or Joost) van Ravelingen on the merits and curses-"Tabacks Lof en Lastering"-of tobacco, dedicated to Neander. Van Ravelingen is better known as editor of Dodoens' Kruydeboeck. As in the first edition, pages 55, 69, 167, 249, 253 are wrongly numbered as 45, 65, 147, 253, 257. This may suggest that only the title page (dated 1626) is in "2nd edition". Plate on "p. 253"(= 249) bound after, instead of before p. 251; the same with page "257" (=253). Edges with a few repairs using later vellum, some small wormholes, spots and wrinkles to the front and back cove … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Schierenberg [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2011-06-21 06:55:36
Dänemark.-
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.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Schramm
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2011-06-21 06:55:36
Dänemark.-
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
Bookseller: Antiquariat Daniel Schramm e.K. [Kiel, Germany]
2010-10-26 09:58:30
Sánchez, Tomás.
Antuerpiae: Apud Martinum Nutium colophon: Ex typographia Henrici Aertsi], 1626. Folio (36 cm, 14.2"). [20], 500, 404, 408, [66 (index)] pp. Early edition, following the first complete printing of 1605 (preceded by a partial printing in 1602), of this sometimes controversial, oft-reprinted treatise on marriage, morality, and sexual sin. Each of the three books has its own separate title-page. Brunet calls this "un ouvrage célèbre, à cause de quelques passages singuliers qui s'y trouvent,"while Englisch notes that "Dieses Werk enthalt alle moglichen Variationen uber die Geschlechtssunde in umstandlichster und eingehendster Behandlung," and Sommervogel simply states that the work caused its author "quelques chagrins" despite the purity and austerity of his personal life (a Jesuit from the time he was 17 years old, the Cordova-born Sánchez was said by his spiritual director to have "carried his baptismal innocence to the grave," according to the Catholic Encyclopedia online).         Brunet, V, 115; DeBacker-Sommervogel, VII, 532; Englisch, Der erotischen literatur, 145; Palau 294482. Contemporary alum-tawed pigskin, tooled in blind, spine with inked title; binding darkened and scuffed, with clasps now lacking and with leather torn over head and foot of spine (lacking at foot, with underlying vellum showing). Title-page with inked ownership inscriptions dated 1715, later institutional stamp in lower margin, and faint shadows of pencilled notations; front pastedown and one text page also with institutional stamps. Small spots of worming to lower marg … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [US]
2010-10-24 11:24:46
DANIEL, SAMUEL
DANIEL, SAMUEL. The Collection of the History of England. London: For Simon Waterson, 1626. Folio. [8], 222 p. + final blank V4. Contains the imprimatur leaf preceding the title but lacks the dedication leaf, which was an insert between A2 and A3 and is frequently lacking. Title within ornamental border. Modern half blue morocco, cloth slipcase. Leaves K3-4 in early pen facsimile. Several small tears repaired and now turning a bit brown, corner of M5 replaced costing a few letters of marginal notes, dampstain at top margin. One of the best known early histories of England, from Roman days through Edward III. STC 6251. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Joseph J. Felcone Inc., ABAA [Princeton, NJ, U.S.A.]
2010-10-23 19:34:41
MALFI, Tiberio
Naples: Ottavio Beltrano, 1626. Very rare first edition of this handsomely illustrated work on barbers giving detailed instructions on both the medical and aesthetic aspects of the profession. Published at a time when barbers saw their territory increasingly contested by professional surgeons, Malfi's work stresses the medical knowledge of barbers and their expertise in performing important medical procedures. Illustrated with portraits of famous barbers in history, anatomical models and scenes showing surgical procedures, the work is a mirror of a profession that would undergo major change by the end of the century. The work is divided into three books. The first is concerned with the art of hairdressing, and includes chapters on the dignity of the beard (Malfi's own consists of a large twirled mustache and a thin strip of goatee) and on the damaging and deforming effects of long hair on men, as well as descriptions of the instruments and techniques needed for hair cutting and grooming. The second chapter is dedicated to bloodletting, explaining the medical rationale behind it, and introducing basic anatomy and the location of veins and arteries. The instructions for the various procedures are detailed and practical, including advice on how to position the patient, what to do when the desired vein is difficult to raise, and how to collect the blood. The illustrations to this book range from anatomical woodcuts to engraved scenes with several figures and fully realized background landscapes. The final book covers various other surgical procedures which a barber might perfo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Martayan Lan, Inc. [U.S.A.]
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2010-10-22 18:04:53
Montluc, Blaise de Lasseran-Massencome, seigneur de
Paris: Matthieu Le Blanc; Chez la veuve Remy Dallin, 1626. [7], 803; 602, [27] pp. 2 vols. 8vo. 'The Soldier's Bible'. 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 only published in 1674) Uncommon in institutions (OCLC citing only one copy of a 1607 edition). Not in OCLC. 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.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2010-10-16 20:32:45
ANDRADE, Antonio de (1580-1634)
Lisbon: por Mateo Pi´┐Żeiro, 1626. Lisbon: por Mateo Piñeiro, 1626. Quarto. (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). 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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books [United States]
2010-10-13 16:55:10
"D'Aubigne, Theodore Agrippa"
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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-07-12 10:14:06
. 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)
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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2010-07-12 10:14:06
. 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)
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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2010-07-09 13:25:12
Pérez, Andrés
Frankfurt, Weiß 1626 -1627. 16 cm. 2 Teile in 1 Band. 451, (13, letzte 2 weiß); (16), 604 Seiten Pergamentband der Zeit - VD17 23:328620A - Goed. II, 578, 17a - Faber du Faur 912-913 - Berghaus / Weydt S. 117 (vgl.) - Teil 2 wurde von Kaspar Rötel für Johann Ammon gedruckt. Zweite deutsche Ausgabe dieser wichtigen Quelle für die "Landstörtzerin Courage" von Grimmelshausen. Die spanische Erstausgabe erschien unter dem Pseudonym Francisco López de Úbeda (Weller, Lexicon pseud. 576). "The German translation appeared first in 1620, and the only known copy of this edition is preserved in State Library in Berlin" (Faber du Faur). Das spanische Original war bereits 1605 erschienen, die dieser Fassung als Vorlage dienende italieneische Übersetzung im Jahr 1624. "Bemerkenswert ist, daß hier zum erstenmal ein weiblicher "pícaro" auftritt: Justina ist die erste in der langen Reihe der Landstörzerinnen des 17. Jahrhunderts" (Kindlers Neues Literatur-Lexikon 10, 593). Einband fleckig, in den Rückengelenken restauriert; am Schnitt stellenweise Feuchtigkeitsränder; Teil 1 erste 2 Blatt neu befestigt; in Teil 1 ist der Titel, in Teil 2 Seiten 427-430 durch Faksimile auf altem Papier ergänzt. -
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2010-04-30 17:14:34
BION Jean-François & JABLONSKI Daniel Ernst
- S.n. ; Chez Pierre Humbert, Amsterdam; A Amsterdam S.d. , 1626, Pet. in-8 (9,5x15,8cm)), 55pp. ; (12) 325pp. (10), relié. - Edition originale du premier ouvrage de Bion, et première traduction française du livre (par M. de Bausobre) allemand de Jablonski sur la ville de Thorn (1725) ; ce dernier est illustré de 3 grandes planches dépliantes gravées par Pool, avec l'exécution du président et autres personnages (page de titre en rouge et noir). En fin d'ouvrage, catalogue des livres chez Pierre Humbert. Reliure en plein veau blond glacé d'époque. Dos à nerfs orné. Pièce de titre en maroquin fauve. une fente sous un nerf. Notice sur un libraire contrecollé sur le plat supérieur. Bon exemplaire. Thorn était une ville de Prusse libre, lors d'une fête processionnelle catholique, il arriva que des membres d'un collège jésuite mollestèrent des luthériens qui ne s'agenouillaient pas lors du passage du cortège ; un étudiant jésuite fut arrêté puis un second. Les étudiant firent alors force tapage pour qu'on libère les deux étudiants et continuèrent leurs violences sur des protestants qu'ils rencontraient. Mécontent de l'affaire, les jésuites portèrent le jugement en haut lieu, en appelèrent au roi, et c'est le grand chancellier de la couronne qui porta son jugement : le président et le vice-président de la ville de Thorn furent éxécutés ainsi que d'autres personnes. Ces sombres événements donnèrent lieu à ces deux ouvrages de protestation contre le jésuitisme et l'église catholique romaine et déplorèrent, comme nombre d'allemands, la persécution des protestants. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [Paris, France]
2010-04-27 07:51:36
MELANDER, Otto [MELANDRO, Othone]
Wolfgang Hofmann, Frankfurt. 3 volumes, bound in two. 815, [25]; [xii], 324; [x], 521, [19]pp. Unicorn printer's device on title in first volume. Thick 16mos, handsomely bound in older red straight-grained morocco with simple gilt-ruled borders and lettering; inner dentelles and marbled endpapers, a.e.g. Francofurti: Wolfgang Hofmann, 1626. A very clean and handsome edition of this uncommon book. Text in Latin with occasional Greek throughout. Famous collection of anecdotes and jokes, first published by Dionysius Melander in 1603, and then augmented by his son Otto. This edition seems to contain 1375 entries. Brunet III, 1583. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2010-04-17 15:08:17
Sánchez, Tomás
Antuerpiae: Apud Martinum Nutium colophon: Ex typographia Henrici Aertsi] Folio (36 cm, 14.2"). [20], 500, 404, 408, [66 (index)] pp.. 1626 Early edition, following the first complete printing of 1605 (preceded by a partial printing in 1602), of this sometimes controversial, oft-reprinted treatise on marriage, morality, and sexual sin. Each of the three books has its own separate title-page. Brunet calls this "un ouvrage célèbre, à cause de quelques passages singuliers qui s'y trouvent,"while Englisch notes that "Dieses Werk enthalt alle moglichen Variationen uber die Geschlechtssunde in umstandlichster und eingehendster Behandlung," and Sommervogel simply states that the work caused its author "quelques chagrins" despite the purity and austerity of his personal life (a Jesuit from the time he was 17 years old, the Cordova-born Sánchez was said by his spiritual director to have "carried his baptismal innocence to the grave," according to the Catholic Encyclopedia online). Contemporary alum-tawed pigskin, tooled in blind, spine with inked title; binding darkened and scuffed, with clasps now lacking and with leather torn over head and foot of spine (lacking at foot, with underlying vellum showing). Title-page with inked ownership inscriptions dated 1715, later institutional stamp in lower margin, and faint shadows of pencilled notations; front pastedown and one text page also with institutional stamps. Small spots of worming to lower margins of a number of leaves. Pages age-toned, with some instances of marginalia and underlining in early inked hands and occasionally in penci … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-04-14 15:59:00
Fuligatto. A Jacobo
Rome: Joannis Ouvverx, 1626. 4to, original leather boards with later leather spine lettered in gilt, engraved title, printed title, full page enraved portrait, pages un-numbered but collate correctly, a very good clean copy.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket Issued. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.
Bookseller: Carmarthenshire Rare Books [Carmarthen, United Kingdom]
2010-04-01 09:17:54
Cartari Vincenzo.
Nella Stamparia di Pietro Paolo Tozzi., Padova. 1626 - In-8 grande. Legatura fine settecento in mezza pelle con angoli, tassello rosso al dorso con titolo e fregi oro. Qualche menda e traccia d'uso al dorso. Il volume si presenta in buone condizioni, qualche pagina brunita dovuta al tipo di carta e qualche sapiente restauro antico in alcune pagine. Bell'esemplare. Alle prime cc. qualche leggera traccia di gora antica. Pagg. 2 b, 35 nn, 589, 3 b. Seconda edizione di questa importante opera del Cartari sulla mitologia più volte nei secoli ristampata. Nel testo 251 immagini incise (quasi tutte a piena pagina entro cornice), più frontespizio stampato a due colori e incisione al centro, capilettera e 1 tavola ripiegata.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria di Porta Venezia [Italy]
2010-03-04 02:22:15
EMMIUS, Ubbonis.
Leyden, Bonaventura & Abrahami Elzevir, 1626. 8vo. (24),+ 194,+ (22); (4),+ 519,+ (24); (4),+ 536,+ (32) pp. Minof spotting. Contemporary vellum. From the library of Eric Waller, with its book plate. Willems 252. Berghman 1576. Ubbonius Emmius (1547-1625) was a dutch calvinist historian. Eric Waller (1732-1811) var biskop i Västerås.
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [Sweden]
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2010-02-23 19:11:49
BELLARMINO (BELLARMINUS), R.
Col.Agrippinae, Corn. ab Egmond. , 1626. Small size. (11,5 x 6 cm). Overlapping vellum (bookblock a bit loosening). (xviii),209,(ii), (iii:blank) pp. including engraved title and 2 other engravings. (Stamp in margin engraved title). - The seven last words of Christ, spoken on the cross (text in Latin). See image. Gewicht/Weight: 255 grs.
Bookseller: Emile Kerssemakers ILAB [Heerlen, Netherlands]
2009-06-18 18:39:55
[Vaughan, William]:
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 his … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
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2009-06-06 12:40:02
[Barberini, Francesco]:
Madrid: Bernardino de Guzman, [1626].. [4]pp. In Spanish. Woodcut illustration of ship and boats landing near a castle on first page. Small folio. Dbd. Contemporary manuscript docketing on fourth page. Early folds. Large chip (approximately 2 3/4 x 2 inches) in lower outer corner of second leaf, touching a few of the final letters on ten lines of text; loss from worming on a few letters of a dozen lines of text. Wear along folds; all losses filled by silk. Good. Spanish newsletter account of the historical visit of Cardinal Barberini to Barcelona during his 1626 diplomatic mission to Spain. Francesco Barberini of Florence (1597-1679) was the nephew of Pope Urban VIII and a prominent church leader during the 17th century, noted for his diplomatic activities during the Thirty Years' War and his extensive humanism. A lifelong supporter of artists, scientists, and intellectuals, Barberini was one of three of ten judges at Galileo's trial who refused to sign Galileo's sentence, and he was the founder of the renowned Barberini Library, a central meeting place for scholars in 17th-century Rome and home to one the world's great collections of manuscripts (now part of the Vatican Library). In February 1626, Barberini departed Rome as legate a latere to Spain, where he negotiated with the Count-Duke of Olivares on the question of French and Spanish control of the Valtellina. On March 18, 1626, Barberini arrived in Barcelona amidst much fanfare, which is recounted in the present newsletter. The text describes the visit from the landing of the Papal embassy to a series … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
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2009-06-06 04:55:07
[Thirty Years' War]:
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, … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2009-03-17 03:17:06
MARCHANT, JACOB (IACOBO MARCHANTIO).
Montibus (Mons, Belgium), Ex Officina Francisci Waudre. 1626 - 1630. 2 volumes. Later 19th century black half leather, gilt. lii,764,viii pp.: vign. & xxiv,1142,vi pp.; 20 cm. Text in Latin. - (sl. worn, sl. browned, convent library stamps, low margin because new bindings) Although still very good. See picture. 1st edition. J. Marchant was a Prof. of the convent of Mons. 2600g [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Emile Kerssemakers ILAB [Heerlen, Netherlands]
2009-03-06 04:21:54
JOUBERT L.
THOMAS SOUBRON. Condition: Bon état. 1626. In-12. Relié. Bon état. Couv. convenable. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur frais. 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.. . . . Classification Dewey : 610-Sciences médicales. Médecine. 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.. SKU : RO30065266. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Le-Livre [SABLONS, France]
2009-02-18 23:11:57
Fachinei Andrea
sumptibus Antonii Hierati, Coloniae Agrippinae, 1626. Antica firma di appartenenza e piccola mancanza marginale (senza la minima lesione di testo) al frontespizio. Pronunciata uniforme brunitura dovuta alla qualità della carta Finalini capilettera ornati (103) + 741; 800 + (92) p. 2 voll. in 1 tomo 265x205 mm pregevole p.perg. cordonata coeba con titolo manoscritto al dorso e ricco fregio a rilevo ai piatti
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Giulio Cesare [roma, ROMA, Italy]
2008-11-17 17:24:18
Thirty Years' War]:
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, itsel … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
2008-10-06 15:13:08
SCOHIER Jean
- de l'imprimerie de Jean Mommart., Bruxelles 1626, in-4 (15,5x19,5cm), (8) 187pp. (5)., relié. - Seconda edizione dopo l'originale dal 1597, a Bruxelles, in Folio. Illustrato con 114 blasonate su legno, alberi genealogici. Frontespizio in rosso e nero. Miniatura della stampante sul frontespizio. Iniziali. La Francia ha l'edizione BN 1630 a Parigi. Nessuna copia nei cataloghi francesi. E 'l'edizione 1597 e 1630 alla British Library. Una copia dell'edizione 1629 a Manchester. Velina Full time rigida. Smooth indietro con la penna titolo (in grigio). Un vecchio bagnando il fondo della piastra superiore. Il libro è uno dei migliori libri di araldica, e discute la formazione di creste e stemmi che significa che contiene un metodo per compilare genealogie e prole, e ha stabilito la trasmissione delle armi. Il libro è anche un manuale di armi giuste. Armi di Jean Scohier sono azzurro, tre cervi alati snello sabbia. Ex libris incisi XIX armi acquartierati Duca di Guillaboz. Una nota scritta a mano sulla homepage: biblioteconomia. Fontette. No. 39986. Descrizione delle tre edizioni 1597, 1629 e 1630. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Seconde édition après l'originale de 1597, Bruxelles, in Folio. Illustrée de 114 blasons sur bois, d'arbres généalogiques. Page de titre en rouge et noir. Vignette de l'imprimeur sur la page de titre. Lettrines. La BN de France possède l'édition de 1630 à Paris. Aucun exemplaire dans les catalogues français. On trouve l'édition de 1597 et celle de 1630 à la British Library. Un exemplaire de l'édition de 1629 à Manchester. Reliure en plein vélin rigide d'époque … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2008-08-21 20:42:38
Petri Rami Veromandvi
Apud Andream Wechelum, 1626-01-01. leatherbound. Good. (OE22) - Francofurti - 171 páginas - Firma del dueño anterior - Ultima hoja desplegable - Problemas de editorial en conteo de páginas - Hojas presentan pintas de óxido - Encuadernado en pergamino - Lomo restaurado con cartón - Regular estado.
Bookseller: libreria elcidcampeador [CHL]
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2008-06-21 22:34:53
Seneca, Lucius Annaeus
Chez Robert Valentin, Rouen, 1626. Thick 4to. 2 parts in 1 (the second part being "Les Controverses et su a Soires de M. Annaeus."). ff.(12),558,(13). Index. Plus (part 2) 326pp. Title printed in red & black and with a woodcut device. Cont. mottled calf, brown calf label, worn & scuffed, extremities chipped, front hinge split but holding soundly. A useable but worn copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Kenneth Karmiole, Bookseller, Inc. ABAA [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2008-04-06 00:32:01
PERGAMENA ITALIA - VICENZA
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] Libro
Bookseller: Studio bibliografico Libri Antichi Arezzo di Massai C. [IT]
2008-02-05 23:27:12
ANDRADE, Antonio de (1580-1634)
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 And … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA)
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