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2020-07-03 20:17:19
Ens, Caspar.
Peter von Brachel und Abraham Hohenberg. Köln, 1627. 10 Blatt, 816 (recte 949) Seiten, 3 Blatt. 33,5 x 21,5 cm. Moderner Halbledereinband. Mit gestochener Titelbordüre und 77 (31 doppelblattgroßen) Textkupfern. VD 173:313700T Appony 814 --- Einzige Ausgabe, einer von zwei nur minimal abweichenden Drucken. Die Tafelzahl unterschiedlich, es existieren Exemplare mit bis zu 85 Abb. Unter den doppelblattgroßen Stichen u.a. die Karten von Böhmen und Mähren, sowie von Ungarn, ferner Ansichten, Pläne und Schlachten, sowie viele Porträts. ---------- RESTAURIERTES EXEMPLAR, vom Titelblatt beginnend unten rechts Eckabriß immer kleiner werdend bis Seite 93 ohne Textverlust, außer bei Blatt 3 (an den geneigten Leser), hier teilweiser Textverlust. Seite 31 Porträt auch hier Eckabriß mit kleinem Textverlust. Seite 457 ebenfalls vier Zeilen der rechten Spalte mit Textverlust. Die Stiche in unterschiedlicher Qualität, meist aber in guten Abdrücken. Papierbeding durchgehend etwas gebräunt und Randfleckig. ---- TROTZ DER MÄNGEL NOCH EIN ORDENTLICHES EXEMPLAR, alle Mängel im Preis berücksichtigt. deu B14-02-04DLager 156808AB
Bookseller: avelibro OHG [Germany]
2020-07-01 14:23:05
Mercator, Gerard, Gerardo Mercatore und Henricus Hondius
Amstelodami Sumptibus Henrici Hondij, A 1627 (Amsterdam, Henricus/Hendrik Hondius). ca. Blatt 56 x 44cm, Stich 32 x 49 cm unkolorierter Kupferstich, Blatt 56 x 44cm, Stich 32 x 49 cm, Blatt stark gebräunt, fleckig, randlädiert und am Bug an mehreren Stellen eingerissen, Rückseite mit Bleistift beschriftet, Rückseiten in Französisc,h für das Alter mittel bis gut Wolfgang Lazius (humanistischer Gelehrter, Professor der Medizin an der Universität Wien und Leibarzt von Kaiser Ferdinand I) wird in Rücktexten mehrmalig erwähnt.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Liber Antiqua [Austria]
2020-06-28 23:29:50
Nicholas Byfield
London, UK: William Stansby, for Nathaniel Butter, 1627. Fair Condition [ Mostly Binding issues of original binding: Front cover is holding on by one thread, spine is somewhat torn at edges (see pics), first 4 sheets of text (including Title Page) and the last 1 sheet of text are present-but-separated from text-block, very last page of text may be missing - as the final page present is the "W" Page of the Alphabetical Index, text is barely foxed but there are a few minor dampstains and page-corner-creases (see pics above); otherwise, text is quite clean, easily readable, no unpleasant scent, solid, textblock is very tightly held together, very sharply printed, and complete except 1 page ]. UP FOR AUCTION: RARE, 17th Century ANTIQUE BOOK: An Exposition upon the Epistle to the Collossians . Wherein, not onely the text is Methodically Analysed, and the sense of the words, by the helpe of Writers both Ancient and Moderne is explayned. But also, By Doctrine and Use, the intent of the Holy Ghost is in every place more fully unfolded and urged. And besides, The very marrow of most Common-places is aptly diffused throughout the bodie of this Exposition, as the nature of this kind of Teaching would beare. And further, Many chiefe Cases of Conscience are here resolved. All with convenient Varietie and Breuitie. Being, The substance of neere seven yeeres Weeke-dayes Sermons. Corrected and amended edition. by Nicholas Byfield, late one of the Preachers for the Citie of Chester, illustrated with decorations throughout text, Printed by William Stansby, for Nathaniel Butter at his shop a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: U.S.Smitty's (u.s.smitty) [Gaithersburg, Maryland, United States]
2020-06-28 16:43:30
LUPTON, Thomas.
London, printed by E. All-de for N. Fosbrooke, by the assignes of Io: Wright and R. Bird, 1627. London, printed by E. All-de for N. Fosbrooke, by the assignes of Io: Wright and R. Bird, 1627.. VERY EARLY EDITION, 1627, black letter, divided into 10 books. Small 4to, approximately 180 x 140 mm, 7 x 5½ inches, LACKS TITLE PAGE, SUPPLIED IN QUALITY FACSIMILE ON OLD PAPER. Pages: [6], [1] 2-214, [20]= table, last page blank, pages 171-174 misnumbered, should be 211-214, all catch words correct, see ESTC S108936 which collates the same as our copy. Bound in full modern panel calf, with maroon gilt lettered label and decoration to spine, new endpapers, all edges maroon. Small repairs to inner margin of first page and 4 following pages, not affecting text, final leaf of table skilfully repaired, just affecting the last three lines of text, no loss, small hole to bottom margin of page 112 just touching the text, with no loss of meaning, small burn hole to page 83 with loss of 1 word to recto and verso, small worm hole to inner margins occasionally just touching text, 2 margins have small hole not affecting text, 2 leaves have small tears with loss to top corners, not affecting text, several small close tears to margins, not affecting text, pale soiling to a few pages and margins, occasional pale brown spot,and ink spot, otherwise a good tight copy. The work is a collection of curious remedies and contains a number of conjuring tricks. See: A Bibliography of English Conjuring 1581-1876 by Toole Stott, Volume 1, page 151-156; Old Conjuring Books by Trevor H. Hall several referenc … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2020-06-24 13:31:04
CROLL, Oswald [CROLLIUS].
Lyon, Pierre Drobet, 1627.In-8 (170 x 107 mm), titre gravé, 223-(1) pp. : "Préface Admonitoire, contenant les mystères très profonds & plus rares de la Philosophie tant naturelle que de la grace, touchant l'excellence de la médecine Chymique, & grandeur du Microcosme." , (2)- 210 pp. (le dernier feuillet est par erreur paginé 537/538) : "La Royale Chymie de Crollius.", (2) ff. : "Ordre Des preparations Chymiques, comme elles sont contenušs en la Chymie Royale.", (25) ff. : Table, (2)-119 pp. : "Traicte des signatures, ou vraye et vive anatomie du grand & petit monde.", (2) ff. : Deux tables pour le Livre des signatures, (13) ff. : Second indice des matières principales, contenues au liure des Signatures, par ordre Alphabétique, (1) dernier feuillet blanc. Reliure velin d'époque, titre manuscrit au dos, ex-libris collé au contreplat, ex-libris manuscrit sur dernier feuillet blanc, pages de garde renouvelées avec un papier ancien, tranchefiles renouvelées, manque de velin comblé en pied du dos et des plats, inscription ancienne au stylo à plume (titre) sur premier feuillet blanc, minime manque de papier à 1 f., 2 feuillets restaurés dans le coin sup., une douzaine de feuillets présentent une galerie de vers en marge inf. du feuillet, 1 f. présente une importante restauration (sans perte de texte), auréole en marge inférieure en début d'ouvrage, trace de mouillure aux 20 derniers feuillets, le vélin est taché et s'est retracté. Bon exemplaire.Envoi hors de France : le tarif économique est réservé aux livres d'un prix maximum de 50 euros. Dans tous les cas, le prix du port est … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Richard (SLAM-ILAB) [NANTES, France]
2020-06-20 11:52:01
Andrade, Antonio de
Madrid: Luis Sanchez, 1627. Second Spanish edition, 20 x 15 cm., pp.[24]. Disbound from a larger volume. Some minor staining, but overall a very good copy. The Portuguese Jesuit, Antonio de Andrade (1580-1634), was sent to India in 1600, and rose to become Superior of the mission to Agra. In 1624 he crossed the Himalayas to Tsaparang where, it was rumoured, large numbers of Christians had lived. He found none, but was well received by the ruler of Guge and permitted to establish a mission. He returned to Agra and dispatched this letter which was first published in Lisbon in Portuguese in 1626. The first Spanish edition was published in the same year, and our copy, the second Spanish edition, in 1627. The following year Andrade went back to Tsaparang where he remained until 1630. In this notice of his first mission Andrade provides an account of his difficult seven month journey from Agra to Tsaparang and back, with descriptions of Tibet and Lamaism. Although Benedict de Goes had preceded him by several years in crossing Tibet from India to China, Andrade was the first European to return with a description of the country, its people, and their religion. Cordier 2899; Streit V. 279; Lach Asia in the Making of Europe III, pp.338-339.
Bookseller: John Randall (Books of Asia), ABA, ILAB [Rye, East Sussex, United Kingdom]
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2020-06-19 18:41:08
John Speed
London: 1627. The History of Great Britaine Under the Conquests of ye Romans, Saxons Danes and Normans Their Originals Manners Habits Warres, Coines and Seales with the Successions, Lines, Acts and issues of the English Monarchs from Julius Caesar, to our most gratious Soueraigne King James The Second Edition Reuised & Englarged with Sundry descents of ye Saxons. Kings, their Mariages and Armes By John Speed _________________________ Published: Imprinted at London : anno cum privilegio 1627 Are to be sold by George Humble at the Whit horse in Popes-head Alley [1627] Physical Description: [12], 155-799, [1], 800-828, 829-924, [46] pages : illustrations (woodcuts), portrait frontispiece. Edition: Reuised & Englarged with Sundry descents of ye Saxons. Kings, their Mariages and Armes Notes: Begins at book five, engraved title page, date of publication appears between place of printing and name of bookseller, title within architectural border, woodcut head and tail pieces; initials, the woodcuts are by Christoph Schweitzer, printed in double columns, all pages enclosed in a plain ruled border. Signatures: [par.]⁴ A-Z⁴ Aa-Hh⁴ Ii² Kk-Zz⁴ Aaa-Zzz⁴ Aaaa-Mmmm⁴ Nnnn⁶ Oooo-Qqqq⁴ qqqq⁴ Rrrr⁶ rrrr⁸ Ssss-Zzzz⁴ Aaaaa-Mmmmm⁴, includes index at end. This work was originally published in 1611, re-printed in 1614, revised in 1623, 1627, and enlarged in 1632. It was published in 1611 together with another volume by John Speed, "The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine". This work was re-printed separately in 1627 and 1631. Language: English Size: Folio ________________________ Covers: The bo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: meldrew-man3 [Redhill, United Kingdom]
2020-06-18 19:51:13
MAROLOIS, Samuel.
Fortification: wie ein Ort nach der wahren und fundamental-Kunst zubefestigen, ...Amsterdam, Johannes Janssonius, 1627. With an engraved title-page with the German title on a letterpress slip, 42 numbered double-page engraved plates and a double-page letterpress table.With: (2) MAROLOIS, Samuel. Geometria, auss der Frantzösischen in die Teutsche Sprach, ... ubersetzt.Amsterdam, Johannes Janssonius, 1627. With an engraved title-page with the German title on a letterpress slip, 47 numbered double-page engraved plates. 2 works in 1 volume. Folio. 20th-century half tan leather. Engraved title-page + 111, [1 blank] pp. + a folding table; engraved title-page + 187, [1 blank] pp. First German edition of the first systematic manual of Dutch fortification, with the accompanying second German edition of a manual of geometry, both by Samuel Marolois (ca. 1572-1626/27), a Dutch military engineer who taught practical mathematics in The Hague, first published in French in 1615 and 1616 but here translated from the French editions of 1627, where Albert Girard for the first time greatly revised and expanded the Fortification. The plates of the Fortification show fortification plans, sections, elevations, perspective (including bird's-eye) views, profiles, etc., as well as building equipment and materials, cannons, and the layout of camps and barracks. Some of the fortification plans are based on real cities, including Coevorden and Oostende. The Geometria covers plane and solid geometry, surveying, mensuration, the making of maps and ground-plans, and fortification. Its plates include surv … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 10:36:44
[FACETIAE].
Facetiae facetiarum, hoc est, jocoseriorum fasciculus novus, exhibens varia variorum autorum scripta, non tàm lectu jucunda & jocosa, amoena & amanda, quàm lectu verè digna & utilia, multisve moralibus ad mores seculi nostri accomodata, illustrata & adornata.[Rostock, Augustin Ferber], 1627. 17 parts in 1 volume. 4to. With general title-page and 17 part-titles, some with woodcut ornaments or illustrations. Contemporary vellum. Rare collection of popular farcical texts, inspired by the Facetiae (1474) of the Italian humanist Poggio Bracciolini. Poggio wrote anti-clerical, bawdy and obscene stories, that enjoyed great popularity in the 16th century. He thereby showed that Latin was flexible enough to be written as a living language. His stories were soon imitated all over Europe. A collection of 12 titles, first published in 1600, was later placed on the Papal Index. The present collection, published by Augustin Ferber, increases the number of titles to 17. It mainly consists of mock medical dissertations and disputations and macaronic poetry about sex and drinking.Of particular interest are: Disputatio inauguralis, a mock disputation on the social law of drinking, with Bacchus as praeses and written by "Blasius Multibibus", a pseudonym often attributed to Richard Brathwait, who would translate this work into English in 1617 as A solemne joviall disputation, theoreticke and practicke; briefly shadowing the law of drinking; Delineatio summorum capitum lustitudinis studenticae, a burlesque and facetious macaronic Latin/German poem about students visiting brothels; and Discursus … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 10:15:52
[NETHERLANDS - STATES GENERAL - PROCLAMATION].
Placcaet ende ordonnantie opte wapeninge ende manninge vande schepen, soo ter coopvaerdye als visscherije, uytte Vereenighde Nederlanden over zee varende.Including: [drop-title:] Instructie voor de Co[m]missarisen in 't Vlije ende inde Sont, omme opsicht te hebben op de uyt-varende ende inkommende oostersche schepen, en[de] Noordt-Drunt ende Noordt-Caep-vaerders.The Hague, widow and heirs of Hillebrant Jacobsz. van Wouw, 1627. 4to. With woodcut arms of the States General on title-page. Sewn without supports and not bound. [22], [2 blank] pp. Second copy located of the only known edition of the third(?) revised version, promulgated on 17 March 1627, of a proclamation specifying the numbers, types and weights of cannons and other arms as well as the number of men and boys required for ships in various weight classes, covering (separately) both merchant ships and fishing ships (the latter would include whaling, though only herring fishery is explicitly mentioned). War with Spain had resumed at the end of the 12 Years' Truce in 1621, so that ships were always in danger of attack. An appendix, also dated 17 March 1627, gives instructions for the officials who were to oversee the Dutch shipping in the Øresund (between Denmark and Sweden) and the Vlie (between the islands off the coast of Friesland), as well as major centres elsewhere in the Netherlands. The only other copy we have located is in the Rotterdam Public Library.With a small worm hole through most leaves, a few faintly browned patches and one corner of 2 leaves torn off, not approaching the text. The sewing has come lo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-14 09:11:47
Nicholas Byfield
London, UK: William Stansby, for Nathaniel Butter, 1627. Fair Condition [ Mostly Binding issues of original binding: Front cover is holding on by one thread, spine is somewhat torn at edges (see pics), first 4 sheets of text (including Title Page) and the last 1 sheet of text are present-but-separated from text-block, very last page of text may be missing - as the final page present is the "W" Page of the Alphabetical Index, text is barely foxed but there are a few minor dampstains and page-corner-creases (see pics above); otherwise, text is quite clean, easily readable, no unpleasant scent, solid, textblock is very tightly held together, very sharply printed, and complete except 1 page ]. UP FOR AUCTION: RARE, 17th Century ANTIQUE BOOK: An Exposition upon the Epistle to the Collossians . Wherein, not onely the text is Methodically Analysed, and the sense of the words, by the helpe of Writers both Ancient and Moderne is explayned. But also, By Doctrine and Use, the intent of the Holy Ghost is in every place more fully unfolded and urged. And besides, The very marrow of most Common-places is aptly diffused throughout the bodie of this Exposition, as the nature of this kind of Teaching would beare. And further, Many chiefe Cases of Conscience are here resolved. All with convenient Varietie and Breuitie. Being, The substance of neere seven yeeres Weeke-dayes Sermons. Corrected and amended edition. by Nicholas Byfield, late one of the Preachers for the Citie of Chester, illustrated with decorations throughout text, Printed by William Stansby, for Nathaniel Butter at his shop a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: U.S.Smitty's (u.s.smitty) [Gaithersburg, Maryland, United States]
2020-06-11 18:07:10
(Sedziwoj, Michal):
Wien, Reichs- und Hof-Buchdruckerey (1627). 264 S. Pappband d. 18. Jhdts. 15,8 x 10 cm. VD17 12:653597P (nur ein Standort); Caillet 10139 (Ausg. 1628); nicht bei Ferguson. - Der polnische Adlige, Alchemist, Philosoph und Arzt Michal Sedziwoj (auch Michael Sendivogius oder Sedzimir, lateinisch Sendivogius Polonius; 1566-1636) war am Hof und im Dienst von Rudolfs II. in Prag und später des Kaisers Ferdinand in Wien. Als Pionier der Chemie erlangten die Ergebnisse seiner chemischen Experimente praktische Bedeutung u. a. in der Metallurgie. Seine Werke inspirierten noch Isaac Newton, Michael Maier, Johann Rudolph Glauber (der mit ihm korrespondierte), Thomas Vaughan und andere Alchemisten. - Gering berieben.Es fehlen zwei Blatt Register am Schluss, teilweise leicht gebräunt. Versandkostenfreie Lieferung
Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski [Germany]
2020-06-11 16:08:57
G. BASTA
BERTELIN, 1627. GOOD CONDITION . SEE PHOTOS . INCLUDE A HANDWRITTEN ORIGINAL SIGNATURE OF BASTA . TITLE PAGE MISSING. DESCRIPTION OF THE LOT : TITLE : LE GOUVERNEMENT DE LA CAVALERIE LÉGÈRE . DIMENTIONS : 33 x 22 x 2 cm . CONDITION : GOOD , Title Page missing . SIGNED : YES , The book join the original hand signature of GIORGIO BASTA . LANGUAGE : French . BINDING : Original leather from 16th century . PAGES : 76 + 12 BATTLE SCENES . YEAR : 1627 . AUTHOR : GIORGIO BASTA . Giorgio Basta, Count of Huszt or Gjergj Basta (1550 - 1607) was an Italian general, diplomat, and writer of Albania origin, employed by the Holy Roman Emperor Rudolf II to command Habsburg forces in the Long War of 1591-1606. He was later sent to administer Transylvania as an Imperial vassal[1] and to restore Catholicism as the dominant religion in the region.[2] On his orders, his ally Michael the Brave, who ruled Transylvania, Wallachia, and Moldavia, was assassinated on 9 August 1601, a few days after the common victory at the Battle of Guruslău, for trying to turn against Rudolf II. For this, he is often depicted as disloyal and violent by Romanian and Hungarian historians. Basta was also the author of books on the art of military leadership. FOR MORE INFORMATIONS CONTACT ME.
Bookseller: Balkaniae (ducagini) [Paris, France]
2020-06-10 14:12:16
[NETHERLANDS - STATES GENERAL - PROCLAMATION].
Placcaet ende ordonnantie opte wapeninge ende manninge vande schepen, soo ter coopvaerdye als visscherije, uytte Vereenighde Nederlanden over zee varende.Including: [drop-title:] Instructie voor de Co[m]missarisen in 't Vlije ende inde Sont, omme opsicht te hebben op de uyt-varende ende inkommende oostersche schepen, en[de] Noordt-Drunt ende Noordt-Caep-vaerders.The Hague, widow and heirs of Hillebrant Jacobsz. van Wouw, 1627. 4to. With woodcut arms of the States General on title-page. Sewn without supports and not bound. [22], [2 blank] pp. Second copy located of the only known edition of the third(?) revised version, promulgated on 17 March 1627, of a proclamation specifying the numbers, types and weights of cannons and other arms as well as the number of men and boys required for ships in various weight classes, covering (separately) both merchant ships and fishing ships (the latter would include whaling, though only herring fishery is explicitly mentioned). War with Spain had resumed at the end of the 12 Years' Truce in 1621, so that ships were always in danger of attack. An appendix, also dated 17 March 1627, gives instructions for the officials who were to oversee the Dutch shipping in the Øresund (between Denmark and Sweden) and the Vlie (between the islands off the coast of Friesland), as well as major centres elsewhere in the Netherlands. The only other copy we have located is in the Rotterdam Public Library.With a small worm hole through most leaves, a few faintly browned patches and one corner of 2 leaves torn off, not approaching the text. The sewing has come lo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-10 14:12:05
[FACETIAE].
Facetiae facetiarum, hoc est, jocoseriorum fasciculus novus, exhibens varia variorum autorum scripta, non tàm lectu jucunda & jocosa, amoena & amanda, quàm lectu verè digna & utilia, multisve moralibus ad mores seculi nostri accomodata, illustrata & adornata.[Rostock, Augustin Ferber], 1627. 17 parts in 1 volume. 4to. With general title-page and 17 part-titles, some with woodcut ornaments or illustrations. Contemporary vellum. Rare collection of popular farcical texts, inspired by the Facetiae (1474) of the Italian humanist Poggio Bracciolini. Poggio wrote anti-clerical, bawdy and obscene stories, that enjoyed great popularity in the 16th century. He thereby showed that Latin was flexible enough to be written as a living language. His stories were soon imitated all over Europe. A collection of 12 titles, first published in 1600, was later placed on the Papal Index. The present collection, published by Augustin Ferber, increases the number of titles to 17. It mainly consists of mock medical dissertations and disputations and macaronic poetry about sex and drinking.Of particular interest are: Disputatio inauguralis, a mock disputation on the social law of drinking, with Bacchus as praeses and written by "Blasius Multibibus", a pseudonym often attributed to Richard Brathwait, who would translate this work into English in 1617 as A solemne joviall disputation, theoreticke and practicke; briefly shadowing the law of drinking; Delineatio summorum capitum lustitudinis studenticae, a burlesque and facetious macaronic Latin/German poem about students visiting brothels; and Discursus … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-09 22:45:40
Bulengero (Julio Cesar)
Lyon: Hearedis Roville, 1627. Antique, authentic, original edition, POST INCUNABULA BIBLE. EXTREME RARE, ORIGINAL, AUTHENTIC ANTIQUE BOOK. Bulengero (Julio Cesar) DE CONVIVIIS. Libri Qvatvor. 1627 Ad Illustris & Integerrimun Dominium D Nicolavm De Verdvn, Senatus Parisiensis Principem , Equitem Torquatum & Sanctioris Consistorii Consililiarum. LVGDVNI. Lvdovici Prost, Hearedis Roville. 1627 (vo, 8h la última blanca, 394 pags, 7h. En pergamino a la romana. Obra de gran rareza. In 8 vélin de l époque, titre manuscrit effacé au dos, renforts sur les gardes.
Bookseller: forestequijo [Maracaibo, Venezuela]
2020-06-09 15:47:22
Andrade, Antonio de
Madrid Luis Sanchez, 1627. Second Spanish edition, 20 x 15 cm., pp.[24]. Disbound from a larger volume. Some minor staining, but overall a very good copy. The Portuguese Jesuit, Antonio de Andrade (1580-1634), was sent to India in 1600, and rose to become Superior of the mission to Agra. In 1624 he crossed the Himalayas to Tsaparang where, it was rumoured, large numbers of Christians had lived. He found none, but was well received by the ruler of Guge and permitted to establish a mission. He returned to Agra and dispatched this letter which was first published in Lisbon in Portuguese in 1626. The first Spanish edition was published in the same year, and our copy, the second Spanish edition, in 1627. The following year Andrade went back to Tsaparang where he remained until 1630. In this brief notice of his first mission Andrade provides an account of his difficult seven month journey from Agra to Tsaparang and back, with descriptions of Tibet and Lamaism. Although Benedict de Goes had preceded him by several years in crossing Tibet from India to China, Andrade was the first European to return with a description of the country, its people, and their religion. Cordier 2899; Streit V. 279; Lach Asia in the Making of Europe III, pp.338-339.
Bookseller: John Randall (Books of Asia), ABA, ILAB [Rye, East Sussex, United Kingdom]
2020-06-05 00:42:02
Francofurti - Moguntiae Apud Ioann: Godefredum Schönwetterum 1627 & 1643. OPGmt. auf Holzdecken mit einer erhaltenen Schnalle [2]+9-680 [5]+751 Seiten, lex. 4, mit gestochenem Titelbild und Titelvignette, schöner Einband auf 4 Bünde gebunden Pappschildchen auf dem Rücken geklebt, Manche Zierleisten im Text zweispaltiger Text, Vorsatz und Vorsatz mit handgeschriebenen Besitzerszuschriften Einband leicht berieben und bestoßen zweite Befestigungschnalle fehlt leider, Bindung unscheinbar gelockert, Seiten durchlaufend etwas altersgebräunt und stellenweise etwas wurmfraßspurig beide Deckel auch etwas wurmfraßspurig, sonst sehr guter Zustand.
Bookseller: Antikvariát Valentinská [Czech Republic]
2020-06-04 18:31:19
Sandys George
printed for Ro. Allot, 1627. Folio (cm. 28,5), frontespizio allegorico, 1 c.nn. di Dedica, una carta geografica a doppia pagina del bacino orientale del Mediterraneo, 309(1) pp. con una tavola ripiegata (il Gran Serraglio) e 47 illustrazioni calcografiche n.t. (tra cui vedute delle Piramidi, di Gerusalemme, di Costantinopoli, de La Valletta, della baia di Pozzuoli, ecc.). Legatura '800 in vitellino con nervi, fregi e titolo oro su tassello al ds. Piatti con impressioni geometriche a secco. Tagli rossi. Carte di guardia marmorizzate. Lunga nota ms. al verso della carta di guardia libera anteriore. Antica annotazione marginale a p. 191. Lievi bruniture e qualche macchiolina. Un restauro all'angolo delle pp. 243-246 con minima perdita di testo. Nel complesso, esemplare in più che buono stato di conservazione. Blackmer, 1484: 'The work was first published in 1615 and reprinted many times during the 17th century. At that time it was the most elaborately illustrated English book on the Levant'; Graesse VI, 264.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l. [Italy]
2020-05-31 12:14:02
Ex Officina Plantiniana, Apud Balthasarem Moretum, & Viduam Ioannis Moreti, & Io. Meursium. AMBERES, 1627. 35 x 24 cm. 4 h. 512 p. 2 h. Brevarium Romano del Papa Clemente VIII (1536-1605). Capitales y culs-de-lampe. Portada enmarcada a doble hilo con grabado que representa San Pedro, San Pablo y el Tetramorfos y con escudo papal. Texto a doble columna, enmarcado con doble hilo, e impreso a dos tintas y música compuesta. Grabado calcográfico, marca del impresor Balthasar Moretus (1574-1641), en última página. Encuadernación moderna en plena piel. Cortes dorados . Anotaciones en tinta de antiguo propietario. Algunas páginas ligeramente oscurecidas y con alguna leve marca de humedad antigua. Estado de conservación Muy Bueno [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: LLIBRERIA RODES [BARCELONA, Spain]
2020-05-31 11:11:22
(Sedziwoj, Michal)
Wien, Reichs- und Hof-Buchdruckerey, 1627. Artikeldetails Tripus Chimicus Sendivogianus, dreyfach-chimisches Kleinod, das ist: Zwölff Tractätlin vom Philosophischen Stein der Alten Weisen: Darinnen I. Desselbigen Ursprung, Bereitung, und Vollendung so hell und klar … dargethan worden, desgleichen von keinem Authore geschehen; II. Ein Artlich- und Sinnreiches Gespräch eines Alchimisten mit dem Mercurio … III. Ein Tractat und Gespräch vom Schwefel, dem andern Haubtstück der Tinctur, welches die größte Geheimnüssen der Natur entdecket, und offenbaret. Erstlichen von einem … Philosopho Lateinisch beschrieben; nun aber … verteutschet, durch Hisaiam sub Cruce, Ath. (das ist: Simpert Wehe). (Sedziwoj, Michal): Wien, Reichs- und Hof-Buchdruckerey (1627). 264 S. Pappband d. 18. Jhdts. 15,8 x 10 cm. Sprache: Deutsch Bestell-Nr: 25460 Bemerkungen: VD17 12:653597P (nur ein Standort); Caillet 10139 (Ausg. 1628); nicht bei Ferguson. - Der polnische Adlige, Alchemist, Philosoph und Arzt Michal Sedziwoj (auch Michael Sendivogius oder Sedzimir, lateinisch Sendivogius Polonius; 1566-1636) war am Hof und im Dienst von Rudolfs II. in Prag und später des Kaisers Ferdinand in Wien. Als Pionier der Chemie erlangten die Ergebnisse seiner chemischen Experimente praktische Bedeutung u. a. in der Metallurgie. Seine Werke inspirierten noch Isaac Newton, Michael Maier, Johann Rudolph Glauber (der mit ihm korrespondierte), Thomas Vaughan und andere Alchemisten. - Gering berieben.Es fehlen zwei Blatt Register am Schluss, teilweise leicht gebräunt.EUR 1.200,00 (inkl. 7,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerha … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-05-31 02:15:51
(Sedziwoj, Michal)
Wien, Reichs- und Hof-Buchdruckerey, 1627. 264 S. Pappband d. 18. Jhdts. 15,8 x 10 cm. VD17 12:653597P (nur ein Standort); Caillet 10139 (Ausg. 1628); nicht bei Ferguson. - Der polnische Adlige, Alchemist, Philosoph und Arzt Michal Sedziwoj (auch Michael Sendivogius oder Sedzimir, lateinisch Sendivogius Polonius; 1566-1636) war am Hof und im Dienst von Rudolfs II. in Prag und später des Kaisers Ferdinand in Wien. Als Pionier der Chemie erlangten die Ergebnisse seiner chemischen Experimente praktische Bedeutung u. a. in der Metallurgie. Seine Werke inspirierten noch Isaac Newton, Michael Maier, Johann Rudolph Glauber (der mit ihm korrespondierte), Thomas Vaughan und andere Alchemisten. - Gering berieben.Es fehlen zwei Blatt Register am Schluss, teilweise leicht gebräunt. [2 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski [Germany]
2020-05-28 15:14:58
Sedziwoj, Michal):
Wien, Reichs- und Hof-Buchdruckerey (1627). 264 S. Pappband d. 18. Jhdts. 15,8 x 10 cm. VD17 12:653597P (nur ein Standort); Caillet 10139 (Ausg. 1628); nicht bei Ferguson. - Der polnische Adlige, Alchemist, Philosoph und Arzt Michal Sedziwoj (auch Michael Sendivogius oder Sedzimir, lateinisch Sendivogius Polonius; 1566-1636) war am Hof und im Dienst von Rudolfs II. in Prag und später des Kaisers Ferdinand in Wien. Als Pionier der Chemie erlangten die Ergebnisse seiner chemischen Experimente praktische Bedeutung u. a. in der Metallurgie. Seine Werke inspirierten noch Isaac Newton, Michael Maier, Johann Rudolph Glauber (der mit ihm korrespondierte), Thomas Vaughan und andere Alchemisten. - Gering berieben.Es fehlen zwei Blatt Register am Schluss, teilweise leicht gebräunt. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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2020-05-26 20:54:07
PLUTARQUE AMYOT - Œuvres morales [in-folio 2/2 vol en 1 relié 1627] PLUTARQUE, AMYOT‎ ‎Les Œuvres Morales et Meslées de Plutarque translatées du Grec en François, revueues et corrigées en plusieurs passages par le Translateur, comprises en deux Tomes...‎ ‎ Geneve Jacob Stoer 1627 veau clair, dos à nerfs (accident à un nerf avec restauration ancienne et manques aux coiffes) 2 tomes en 1 vol. in-folio, (8ff.), 363ff. et (4ff.), f.365 à f.674, (43ff. de tables - 4 indices), ‎Intérieur frais.
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2020-05-22 10:02:26
Nicholas Byfield
London, UK: William Stansby, for Nathaniel Butter, 1627. Fair Condition [ Mostly Binding issues of original binding: Front cover is holding on by one thread, spine is somewhat torn at edges (see pics), first 4 sheets of text (including Title Page) and the last 1 sheet of text are present-but-separated from text-block, very last page of text may be missing - as the final page present is the "W" Page of the Alphabetical Index, text is barely foxed but there are a few minor dampstains and page-corner-creases (see pics above); otherwise, text is quite clean, easily readable, no unpleasant scent, solid, textblock is very tightly held together, very sharply printed, and complete except 1 page ]. UP FOR AUCTION: RARE, 17th Century ANTIQUE BOOK: An Exposition upon the Epistle to the Collossians . Wherein, not onely the text is Methodically Analysed, and the sense of the words, by the helpe of Writers both Ancient and Moderne is explayned. But also, By Doctrine and Use, the intent of the Holy Ghost is in every place more fully unfolded and urged. And besides, The very marrow of most Common-places is aptly diffused throughout the bodie of this Exposition, as the nature of this kind of Teaching would beare. And further, Many chiefe Cases of Conscience are here resolved. All with convenient Varietie and Breuitie. Being, The substance of neere seven yeeres Weeke-dayes Sermons. Corrected and amended edition. by Nicholas Byfield, late one of the Preachers for the Citie of Chester, illustrated with decorations throughout text, Printed by William Stansby, for Nathaniel Butter at his shop a … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-05-17 12:36:04
BERTIUS, Petrus.
Paris: Melchior Tavernier, 1627. 385 x 505mm. Repair in top right corner of margin. A map of Europe, originally published as one of a separate-issue set of the continents, prior to their inclusion in Tavernier's atlas of France in 1632. This is one of the earliest maps of the continent to be published in France. A fine example with a strong impression.
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [London, United Kingdom]
2020-05-17 02:59:37
VERONESE, David fl 1626-1645
Genoa: G. Pavoni, 1627. Contemporary vellum-backed drab card boards (worn), manuscript spine title. Only Edition, the foundation of his commercial arithmetics which remained popular for half a century. The first two Books introduce numbers (up to 2.3 billion, I would note) and the operations for their manipulation. Book Three addresses surface, weight and volume calculations for LINEN, SILK, GRAIN, OIL, BREAD, GOLD, SUGAR AND WINE, closing with formulae for interest rates. Book Four deals entirely with prices across the currencies of Antwerp, Frankfurt, Genoa, Milan, Palermo, Valencia, Venice.... Examples include calculations for goods moved by sea and by land. Books Five and Six explain currency conversions and money of account. The final hundred pages give exchange rates of greatest use to Genoese merchants. Signs of use, some pale stains, early signature on the title of Girol. Giorgi, bold ownership inscription of Pasquino Giusti di San Marco. ¶Hoock & Jeannin, Ars mercatoria II/V17.3; Riccardi, Biblioteca matematica italiana I(2): 594,2 "rare and valuable" (tr.); not in Goldsmiths'-Kress or Carpenter's Italian Economic Literature.
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2020-05-15 17:11:09
HAVILAND, JOHN
, 1627 Published by JOHN HAVILAND Edition: 2ND ED Binding: HARD BACK BROWN Size: 10 X 15 755 Pages Overall Condition is: GOOD GENERAL WEAR, RUBBED EXTREMITIES,CRACKED HINGES, BOOKPLATE FRONT INNER COVER, GOLD GILT LETTERING ON SPINE, PENCIL MARKINGS, AGE TONED PAGES, WORN EXTREMITIES. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING REQUIRED DICTIONARY. DUCTORIS IN LINGUAS, THE GUIDE INTO TONGUES WITH THEIR AGREEMENT AND CONSENT, ONE WITH ANOTHER, AS ALSO THEIR ETYMOLOGIES, THAT IS, THE REASONS AND DERIVATIONS OF ALL OR THE MOST PART OF WORDS IN NINE LANGAUGES...BY THE INDUSTRIE, STUDIE, LABOUR AN DAT THECHARGES OF IOHN MINSHEU...THE SECOND EDITION JOHN HAVILAND, FOLIO TITLEIN WOOD-CUT BOARDER MOUNTED, MARGINAL TEARS TO A FEW LEAVES REPAIRED. FULL PANELLED CALF BY GILMOUR, A LITTLE RUBBED Oversized book, additional postage may be required.
Bookseller: Princeton Antiques Bookshop (princetn) [Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States]
2020-05-14 12:05:07
CALCHUS (CALCO) Tristanus
Mediolani,: apud Heredes Melchioris Malatestae, 1627-1644. Mediolani, apud Heredes Melchioris Malatestae, 1627-1644. In-4 gr. (mm. 335x212), mz. pelle ottocentesca con ang., tit. oro su tassello al dorso (abrasioni), tagli rossi, astuccio, di 27 cc.nn., 471,(9) pp.num., inclusi la bellissima antiporta allegorica e il frontespizio con grande stemma di Milano, entrambi disegnati da G.B. Crespi, detto il Cerano, ed inc. in rame da Cesare Bassano; ornato da grandi capilettera xilografati. La storia inizia con la fondazione di Milano da parte del leggendario principe gallo Belloveso e termina col 1313. "Prima edizione". Cfr. Predari, p. 126: "Opera incompiuta per la morte dell'A. avvenuta nel 1515. Grevio la ristampò con note del Calveroni nel suo "Thes. Ant. Ital.", tomo II. Unito, a completamento dell'opera: TRISTANI CHALCI Mediolanensis Historiographi "Residua". Studio et opera Ioannis Petri Puricelli. Mediolanum, apud Fratres Malatestas, 1644, di 22 cc.nn., 120,(2) pp.num. (manca l’ultima c.b.), con grande vignetta inc. al frontespizio. Vi sono contenuti: "Historiae patriae liber XXI e XXII - Nuptiae Mediolanensium Ducum.. - Nuptiae Mediolanensium et Estensium Principum.. Nuptiae Augustae..". Con quest'aggiunta il Calchi arriva fino al 1323 della storia di Milano. Il Ripamonti volle continuare la narrazione ed è per questo che la sua opera comincia come terza decade. Cfr. Argelati,I,p.II,426 - Cat. Hoepli,580 - Brunet,I,1469 - Graesse,II,13 - Lozzi,I,2610. “L’Autore (nato a Milano intorno alla metà del XV secolo … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-05-11 12:02:14
Samuel Marolois
Amsterdam: chez Ian Ianssen: Ian Ianssen, 1627. Thick quarto bound in early full vellum. Samuel Marolois (1572-before 1627) was a Dutch military engineer and mathematician. He was particularly recognized for his work in the field of perspective, and his treatise on the subject was published in numerous early editions and translations. Condition: Fair to Good. The vellum shows moderate soiling and wear, and the front pastedown has tiny ink inscriptions. The paper is at times heavily faded and wobbly with slight offsetting not affecting text. The first 53 pages and first 20 plates are water-stained along the fore edge; the back of plate 42 contains blue and black ink signatures. The title page is absent. The following sections are present: Geometry, Perspective, Symmetry, Doric Columns, and Fortification. The volume also contains a Table of Dimensions of Fortifications. The following plates are present: AA, 4-10, 14-17, 17-24, 30, 32-35, 41, 42, 9-14, 16-18, 23, 24, 5, 8-39, 43-46, 11, 17-23, 26-30, 33, 37, 38, 51, 59, 60, 62-65, 74-79, Z, AA-EE, 1-10, for a total of 117 plates. There are numerous signs of plates being excised. Dimensions 8.625 x 12.625 x 3.125 inches.
Bookseller: Second Story Books [United States]
2020-05-08 08:06:03
o.A
Hieroyme Verdussen, 1627. 142 S. 8°. Vorgebunden findet sich ein Konvolut v. 32 S. mit Münzabb. Durchgehend mit Münzabbildungen versehen Rücken erneuert (nur Ln); Einband gebrauchsspurig; manche Seiten leicht fleckig bzw. angeschmutzt; sonst wohlerhaltenes Exemplar. Insgesamt altersentsprechend guter Zustand! weitere Bilder auf Anfrage.
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Eugen Küpper [Germany]
2020-05-06 19:13:58
Ferrari, Filippo
Apud Io. Iacobum Comum, 1627. in-4°, 210x152 mm, leg. in piena pergamena rigida, con titolo (sbiadito) manoscritto al dorso; pp. [156], 880. Stemma calcografico di papa Urbano VIII. sul frontespizio. Iniziali e fregi xilografici. Edizione originale di questa vasto dizionario storico-geografico a cura di Filippo Ferrari, opera pubblicata postuma in due versioni nello stesso anno e dallo stesso editore (Giovanni Giacomo Comi): questa ed una senza stemma e dedica a Urbano VIII (con due pagine iniziali in meno, IT\ICCU\PUVE\000193). Succesivamente questa celebre opera fu stampata e ripubblicata diverse volte nel XVII secolo. Filippo Ferrari (1551-1626), sacerdote e insegnante, è stato uno dei più benemeriti cultori delle scienze ausiliarie della storia: la topografia, la geografia, la cronologia ed affini. In particolare quest'opera, il Lexicon geographicum, fu pubblicata postuma anche se era già pronta per la stampa al momento della morte dell'Autore (1626), che aveva già pubblicato un altro testo, meno importante, sempre di carattere storico-geografico: Epithome geographicum in quattuor libros divisum... (Pavia, A. Viani, 1605). Prov.: Iscrizione d'appartenenza manoscritta a penna alla prima guardia libera anteriore (Sac. Paolo Verzegnassi). Presenza di antiche annotazioni iscritte a penna su alcune pagine a margine del testo. Rif.: IT\ICCU\UM1E\022117. OCLC, 457919391. Cond.: Presenza di occasionali bruniture ad alcune carte. Esemplare molto buono.
Bookseller: Studio bibliografico Collezionando [Italy]
2020-05-06 15:21:08
CHIEZE Jacques de
Très belle carte légèrement rehaussée . Y sont figurés tous les villages qui rendent célèbre notre région. Très bon Amsterdam Guillaume Janson 1627 51 x 59 cm Gravure
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2020-05-06 11:12:47
Bulengero (Julio Cesar)
Lyon: Hearedis Roville, 1627. Antique, authentic, original edition, POST INCUNABULA BIBLE. EXTREME RARE, ORIGINAL, AUTHENTIC ANTIQUE BOOK. Bulengero (Julio Cesar) DE CONVIVIIS. Libri Qvatvor. 1627 Ad Illustris & Integerrimun Dominium D Nicolavm De Verdvn, Senatus Parisiensis Principem , Equitem Torquatum & Sanctioris Consistorii Consililiarum. LVGDVNI. Lvdovici Prost, Hearedis Roville. 1627 (vo, 8h la última blanca, 394 pags, 7h. En pergamino a la romana. Obra de gran rareza. In 8 vélin de l époque, titre manuscrit effacé au dos, renforts sur les gardes.
Bookseller: forestequijo [Maracaibo, Venezuela]
2020-05-03 15:21:42
Finch, Sir Henry; Pickering, Danby
London, 1627. First edition in English. First English-Language Edition of a Distinguished Predecessor to Blackstone's Commentaries Finch, Sir Henry [1558-1625]. Law, Or, A Discourse Thereof, In Foure Bookes. Written in French by Sir Henrie Finch Knight, His Maiesties Serieant at Law. And Done Into English by the Same Author. London: Printed for the Societie of Stationers, 1627. [viii], 496, 499-506, [16] pp. First leaf, a blank, renewed with contemporary paper. Pagination irregular. Text complete. Octavo (5-1/2" x 3-3/4"). Contemporary sheep, expertly restored by Philip Dusel, blind rules to boards, raised bands to spine, front endleaf renewed with old paper. A few nicks and scuffs to boards, some edgewear, light gatoring and tiny fragment of shelf label to spine, pastedowns loose. Light toning to text, occasional faint dampstaining to upper margins, tiny stab-holes to margins of a few leaves, light soiling and small early owner initials to front endleaf and title page. A very nice copy in a notably handsome period binding. $2,500. * First edition in English. Originally published in Law-French in 1613 as Nomotechnia: Un Description del Common Leyes D'Angleterre, "Finch's Law, till the publication of Blackstone's Commentaries, was regarded as the best elementary book to be placed in the hands of the law students. It is one of the few attempts that have been made to reduce the common law into system.[Finch's] definitions were exact, his style concise and nervous, and his illustrations clear and authentic. Most of the valuable parts of Finch are incorporated in Blackstone's Co … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-05-02 17:56:24
Nicholas Byfield
London, UK: William Stansby, for Nathaniel Butter, 1627. Fair Condition [ Mostly Binding issues of original binding: Front cover is holding on by one thread, spine is somewhat torn at edges (see pics), first 4 sheets of text (including Title Page) and the last 1 sheet of text are present-but-separated from text-block, very last page of text may be missing - as the final page present is the "W" Page of the Alphabetical Index, text is barely foxed but there are a few minor dampstains and page-corner-creases (see pics above); otherwise, text is quite clean, easily readable, no unpleasant scent, solid, textblock is very tightly held together, very sharply printed, and complete except 1 page ]. UP FOR AUCTION: RARE, 17th Century ANTIQUE BOOK: An Exposition upon the Epistle to the Collossians . Wherein, not onely the text is Methodically Analysed, and the sense of the words, by the helpe of Writers both Ancient and Moderne is explayned. But also, By Doctrine and Use, the intent of the Holy Ghost is in every place more fully unfolded and urged. And besides, The very marrow of most Common-places is aptly diffused throughout the bodie of this Exposition, as the nature of this kind of Teaching would beare. And further, Many chiefe Cases of Conscience are here resolved. All with convenient Varietie and Breuitie. Being, The substance of neere seven yeeres Weeke-dayes Sermons. Corrected and amended edition. by Nicholas Byfield, late one of the Preachers for the Citie of Chester, illustrated with decorations throughout text, Printed by William Stansby, for Nathaniel Butter at his shop a … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-05-01 15:37:06
1627. Ottime condizioni. Sei incisioni del '600 del CALLOT in blocco, compresa la celeberrima "i Martiri del Giappone" (Acquaforte, circa 1627, firmata in lastra in basso a sinistra, cm 17 x 11,5. L'opera raffigura il martirio di 23 monaci francescani che furono crocifissi in Giappone, circa nel 1627. Proprio per questa ragione l'incisione viene datata al 1627 circa). Per lo stato delle incisioni (primo, secondo...) vedere le didascalie in foto. Le altre acqueforti misurano: cm 7,5 x 6 - 9 x 6 - 13,2 x10,5 - 10,2 x 7 - 7,6 x 9,1. Tutte in OTTIME CONDIZIONI.
Bookseller: LIBRI USATI RARI (wolfwolf_it) [Moncalieri, Italy]
2020-04-30 21:09:11
Gaspar Sánchez.
Lyon, : Jacobus Cardon et Petrus Cavellat, 1623-1627. 3 books. Vellum bindings. Folio size 37x24 cm. Text in Latin. - (endpaper of 2 vols. are missing, few old (worm)holes, paper browned/ stained) Although still good, see picture. More pictures on request - rare Contents: In Libros Ruth, Esdrae, Nehemiae, Tobiae, Judith, Esther, Machabaeorum, Commentarij. Nunc Primum Prodeunt. Indicibus cum Locorum Scripturae, Regularum, & Prouerbiorum, formarumque prouerbialium, tum rerum memorabilum illustrati. | 1627 | Lyon : Jacobus Cardon et Petrus Cavellat | XII, 610, 45 pp. & In Librum Job, Commentarii cum Paraphrasi. Nunc Primum Prodeunt. Indicibus cum Locorum Scripturae, Regularum, & Prouerbiorum, formarumque prouerbialium, tum rerum memorabilum illustrati | 1625 | Lyon : Jacobus Cardon et Petrus Cavellat | XII, 516, 31 pp. & In Quatuor Libros Regum, & duos Paralipomenon, Commentarii. Nunc Primum Prodeunt. Indicibus cum Locorum Scripturae, Regularum, & Prouerbiorum, formarumque prouerbialium, tum rerum memorabilum illustrati. | 1623 | Lyon : Jacobus Cardon et Petrus Cavellat. 7000g
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2020-04-30 19:20:16
CROLL, Oswald [CROLLIUS].
Lyon, Pierre Drobet, 1627.In-8 (170 x 107 mm), titre gravé, 223-(1) pp. : "Préface Admonitoire, contenant les mystères très profonds & plus rares de la Philosophie tant naturelle que de la grace, touchant l'excellence de la médecine Chymique, & grandeur du Microcosme." , (2)- 210 pp. (le dernier feuillet est par erreur paginé 537/538) : "La Royale Chymie de Crollius.", (2) ff. : "Ordre Des preparations Chymiques, comme elles sont contenušs en la Chymie Royale.", (25) ff. : Table, (2)-119 pp. : "Traicte des signatures, ou vraye et vive anatomie du grand & petit monde.", (2) ff. : Deux tables pour le Livre des signatures, (13) ff. : Second indice des matières principales, contenues au liure des Signatures, par ordre Alphabétique, (1) dernier feuillet blanc. Reliure velin d'époque, titre manuscrit au dos, ex-libris collé au contreplat, ex-libris manuscrit sur dernier feuillet blanc, pages de garde renouvelées avec un papier ancien, tranchefiles renouvelées, manque de velin comblé en pied du dos et des plats, inscription ancienne au stylo à plume (titre) sur premier feuillet blanc, minime manque de papier à 1 f., 2 feuillets restaurés dans le coin sup., une douzaine de feuillets présentent une galerie de vers en marge inf. du feuillet, 1 f. présente une importante restauration (sans perte de texte), auréole en marge inférieure en début d'ouvrage, trace de mouillure aux 20 derniers feuillets, le vélin est taché et s'est retracté. Bon exemplaire.
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Richard [France, Nantes]
2020-04-26 21:35:08
Ranchin, François
1627. Lyon, P. Ravaud, 1627. Kl.-4°. 11 n.n. Bl., 731 S., 16 n.n. Bl. Mit Holzschnitt-Titelvignette. Pergamentband der Zeit. Hirsch-H. IV, 718. - Krivatsy 9376 (inkomplett). - Erste Ausgabe. - Enthält "Patholgiae universalis". - "Tractatus de morbis puerorum". - "Tractatus de morbsi virginum". - "Tractatus de morbis senum". - Ranchin (ca. 1565 - 1641) war Consul in Montpellier während des Pestzuges von 1629 und 1630. Er hat mit seinem privaten Vermögen das anatomische Theater, das G. Rondelet bauen liess, restauriert. - Titel gebräunt. Die ersten 50 Blatt mit Wasserrand. Ohne den fliegenden vorderen Vorsatz. Seite 557/8 am oberen Rand mit alt angesetztem Papierstreifen, dadurch ca. 2 Zeilen Textverlust.
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2020-04-26 21:35:08
Sebisch, Melchior d. J.
1627. Strassburg, Wilhelm Christian Glaser, (1627). 8°. (12) Bl., 713 S., (4) S. (Index). Mit einem gestochenen Titel. Pergamentband aus der Zeit mit geprägtem Rückenschild und gestochenem Exlibris auf dem Innendeckel. Krivatsy 10779. – VD17 23:296072C. – Hirsch-H. V, 196 (für den Verfasser). – Erste Ausgabe. Abhandlung über Bäder und Mineralquellen, besonders des Elsasses und deren Anwendungen. Melchior Sebisch (1578–1674) war Strassburger Arzt aus einer über mehrere Generationen in Strassburg tätigen Medizinerfamilie. – Titel laienhaft eingehängt mit wenig Bild- und Textverlust. Durchgehend etwas gewellt, wasser- und moderfleckig.
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2020-04-26 18:19:05
1627. CARRILLO, MARTIN. Elogios de mugeres insignes del Viejo Testamento. Huesca: Pedro Bluson, 1627. An important stage in the Spanish art of book engraving and a fine example of Huesca typography, this commemorative work on the women of the Old Testament is adorned with portraits on the title-page and three engraved coats-of-arms. Included are forty-seven studies of illustrious female personages of the Old Testament along with sonnets written in Spanish for each woman by various authors. The title-page engraving is done by Julio Schorquen. Beautiful engraved printer's device on last leaf. 4to, [7], 255, [1] leaves. I could locate only two copies of this work in the United States. A few small tears to leaves at inner margin occasionally affecting letters. Browning to a few leaves. Title-page with some edge-wear and repair to lower leaf. Title of work is branded to fore-edge. Bound in contemporary vellum with new endpaper. [Not in Salva or Heredia. Palau's Manual, Vol. II, p. 70. Del Arco's Imprenta en Huesca, p. 27.]. [Attributes: First Edition]
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2020-04-25 17:44:47
MAYER, John
Published by London : Printed by Iohn Haviland, for Iohn Grismand, and are to be sold at his shop in Iuy-lane at the signe of th, 1627. London : Printed by Iohn Haviland, for Iohn Grismand, and are to be sold at his shop in Iuy-lane at the signe of the Gunne, 1627., 1627. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. 2nd Edition. Quarto. 19cm x 15cm. [30], 80, 91-542pp. Lacks initial blank. Title laid down and A3 repaired with paper to lower outer edge affecting a few words. Text is generally clean with minor marks. Original C17th boards, sometime rebacked in tan leather over raised bands with label. Attractive
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2020-04-23 06:30:31
Sandys, George
Printed by Thomas Coates for Robert Allot, 1627. Third Edition. Leather-bound. 4to. Calf, boards ruled in blind. Mid-19th century binding by John Pownceby of Melbourne, Australia. 309 pages. Engraved Title Page signed by "Francisco Delaram sculp." Engravings within the text, woodcut vignettes. [NOTE: lacks folding map] Rubbing to extremies (joints and edges). Five raised spine bands (six compartments), with "Sandy's Travels" in second from top compartment, and "1627" to bottom, both in gilt. Marbled endpapers (front free partially detached), with Australian bookbinder's ticket -- J. (John) Pownceby, Melbourne -- to front pastedown. Previous owner's inked signature to top of title page, which reads: "Ex Libris Laurenly Lomax: 1662" (?) a few stains. With the exception of a very occasional, small stain, and foxing to one of the full-page plates, pages are clean throughout. Very Good. George Sandys [1578-1644] began his travels in 1610, going through France, Italy and thence to the East, returning via Cyprus, Sicily and Rome. First published in 1615, this became a popular and standard account and provided much geographical and ethnological information. Sandys was also a poet and is known for his translation of Ovid. Here is the subtitle from our later (1652) edition of the same work: THEIR LAWES, GOVERNEMENT, POLICY, MILITARY FORCE, COURTS OF JUSTICE, AND COMMERCE : THE MAHOMETAN RELIGION AND CEREMONIES. A DESCRIPTION OF CONSTANTINOPLE, THE GRAND SIGNIORS SERAGLIO, AND HIS MANNER OF LIVING: ALSO, OF GREECE, WITH THE RELIGION AND CUSTOMES OF THE GRAECIANS. OF AEGYPT; THE ANTIQU … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ezra9 [Eugene, Oregon, United States]
2020-04-19 17:11:13
John Davenant.
Cambridge: Thomam & Johannem Bucke, 1627. First edition, folio (11 1/8" x 7 5/8"), pp. (6), 526, (17) index, (1) blank. Full old period calf, back in 7 compartments, gilt lettered in the second, six raised bands between gilt fillets, blind roll tooled frame on sides. Very good copy with professional repair to joints & end compartments preserving rest of the original back & gilt title. Unusually clean fresh sheets, unmarked, complete including the original binder's blanks. H9141 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: J & J House Booksellers, ABAA [Kennett Square, PA, U.S.A.]
2020-04-18 14:32:14
BOULENGER (Jules-César).
107928 BOULENGER (Jules-César). De Conviviis. Libri quatuor. Ad Illustriss. Et Int 1627 BOULENGER (Jules-César). De Conviviis. Libri quatuor. Ad Illustriss. Et Integerrimum Dominum, D. Nicolaum de Verdun, Senatus Parisiensis Principem, Equitem Torquatum, et sanctioris Consistorij Consiliarium. Lugduni, Sumptibus Ludovici Prost, hæredis Roville, 1627.RELIE AVEC (à la suite): 2). (du même). De Pictura, Plastice, Statvaria. Libri duo. Ad Illustrissimum et Potentiss. Heroëm, Iustum Henricum Turnonium, Comitem Rossilionaeum. Lugduni, Sumptibus Ludovici Prost, haeredis Roville, 1627.3). (du même). De Ludis Privatis, ac Domesticis Veterum. Liber unicus. Ad Illustrissimum Puerum, Iustum Ludovicum à Turnone, Comitem Rossilionaeum, Illustriss. Herois Henrici à Turnone silium. Lugduni, Sumptibus Ludovici Prost, hæredis Roville, 1627. 3 ouvrages en 1 volume in-8. 1). 7ff. (1f.blanc). 394pp. 7ff. 2). 4ff. 162pp. 3ff. 3). 4ff. 80pp. 3ff. (1f.blanc). Plein vélin à rabats, traces de lacets, dos lisse avec nom de l'auteur ("Bulengero") manuscrit à l'encre, à la verticale (reliure de l'époque). Intéressant recueil de trois monographies concernant la vie privée des Romains, par le jésuite Jules-César Boulenger (1558-1628). 1). Edition Originale de ce traité sur les coutumes alimentaires des Romains avec leurs plats et boissons favoris, et la description détaillée du déroulement des banquets, évoquant notamment les conversations tenues pendant les repas.2). Edition Originale. Ouvrage consacré à la pratique et à l'usage de la Peinture et de la Sculpture à l'époque romaine. L'ouvrage évoque long … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: livresrarescom [Barcelona, Spain]
2020-04-16 15:00:32
POESIE) DELLA VALLE (Francesco).
Roma, per l'Erede del Zannetti, 1627. in-4. 26pp. Cartonnage du XIXs. Edition Originale. Pièce en vers du poète italien Francesco Della Valle, à l'occasion d'un mariage au sein de la haute noblesse italienne: celui de Taddeo Barberini (1603-1647), neveu du pape Urbain VIII, avec Anna Colonna (1601-1658), fille de Philippo Colonna, duc de Paliano et connetable de Naples. Taddeo Barberini fut préfet de Rome et prince de Palestrina. A la mort d'Urbain VIII en 1644, il fut accusé de malversations et dut s'exiler à Paris où Mazarin lui accorda sa protection. Il y mourut en 1647. Francesco Della Valle, né à Cosenza (Calabre) dans la seconde moitié du XVIs, mort en 1627, est notamment l'auteur d'un volume de poésies ("Rime", 1617) qui ont été rééditées en 2003 dans la collection "Classici della Litteratura Calabrese". "La poesia de Francesco della Valle si pone in linea con la poesia barocca e marinista, facendo ricorso al gioco di parole, all'esibizione de metafore e antitesi, di ossimori, alla vivacita delle immagini adatte a mostrare impegno e argutezza, senza spiccate preferente mper iperbole e adornamenti arditi e stravaganti. Il punto di riferimento delle sue Rime resta Petrarcha ma la soluzioni formali e i preziosismi tecnici del grande modello scorrono in un canale marinista" (V. Napolillo). Large trace de mouillure claire, rousseurs, traces de plis. Cf. Vincenzo Napolillo, " Il marinista Francesco Della Valle di Consenza" in: "Rivista Sinestesie"; Alberto Merola, "Taddeo Barberini", in D.B.I. (1964). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2020-04-16 15:00:32
DELLA VALLE (Francesco).
91400 DELLA VALLE (Francesco). Partenope Epithalamio, nelle felicissime Nozze de 1627 DELLA VALLE (Francesco). Partenope Epithalamio, nelle felicissime Nozze de Gl'Illmi. et Eccmi. Signori Don Taddeo Barberini et Donna Anna Colonna. Roma, per l'Erede del Zannetti, 1627. in-4. 26pp. Cartonnage du XIXs. Edition Originale. Pièce en vers du poète italien Francesco Della Valle, à l'occasion d'un mariage au sein de la haute noblesse italienne: celui de Taddeo Barberini (1603-1647), neveu du pape Urbain VIII, avec Anna Colonna (1601-1658), fille de Philippo Colonna, duc de Paliano et connetable de Naples.Taddeo Barberini fut préfet de Rome et prince de Palestrina. A la mort d'Urbain VIII en 1644, il fut accusé de malversations et dut s'exiler à Paris où Mazarin lui accorda sa protection. Il y mourut en 1647.Francesco Della Valle, né à Cosenza (Calabre) dans la seconde moitié du XVIs, mort en 1627, est notamment l'auteur d'un volume de poésies ("Rime", 1617) qui ont été rééditées en 2003 dans la collection "Classici della Litteratura Calabrese"."La poesia de Francesco della Valle si pone in linea con la poesia barocca e marinista, facendo ricorso al gioco di parole, all'esibizione de metafore e antitesi, di ossimori, alla vivacita delle immagini adatte a mostrare impegno e argutezza, senza spiccate preferente mper iperbole e adornamenti arditi e stravaganti. Il punto di riferimento delle sue Rime resta Petrarcha ma la soluzioni formali e i preziosismi tecnici del grande modello scorrono in un canale marinista" (V. Napolillo).Large trace de mouillure claire, rousseurs, traces de pli … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: livresrarescom [Barcelona, ES]
2020-04-14 08:00:06
NIESS, Johann
Dilingae: D. Mannasser excudebat, 1627. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. Johann Niess was a 17th-century Jesuit priest who is best remembered for his alphabetical reference books theological and religious disciplines. He wrote 'Alphabetum Christi' which was a set of virtues and qualities of Christ presented in alphabetical order, while 'Alphabetum Diaboli' was the same, but for the qualities of the devil, sin, and demonology. Niess describes the horrors of human vices, the dangers of disobedience and unfaithfulness, and fearing the devil himself. Niess provides a detailed vision of hell which became very popular throughout the 17th-century. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2020-04-10 11:14:14
JOHN SPEED
JOHN SPEED MAP C1627 EDITION HAND COLOURED VGC/FINE NO TEARS NO REPAIRS WIDE MARGINS VERY CLEAN 520MM X 390MM MAP SIZE
Bookseller: Gordon Leete [MARKET HARBOROUGH, LEICS, United Kingdom]
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