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2017-03-11 18:58:04
ASELLI, Gaspare (1581-1625).
Bookseller: Jeff Weber Rare Books, ABAA [Carlsbad, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-03-08 19:15:19
KEPLER, Johannes
Ulm: Saur (für G. Tambach in Frankfurt), 1627. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. Folio (350 x 235 mm). With engr. frontispiece by G. Celer, numerous woodcuts diagrams within text and the Sportula bound at the end of part II. [18], [1] 2-120; [1] 2-119 [1]; 122-125 [3] pp. Some foxing and browning, heavier to second quire and Sportula. Few old annotations, slight dampmarking in places. Repaired tear to h2 not affecting text, k3v somewhat shaved at fore edge affecting a few letters of the marginals, small hole to N4 with slight loss, frontispiece mounted (repairs to tears w/o loss of image), lower title page with old ownership inscription, ex library Vincenzo Branciforti, member of a famous Sicilian noble family in the 18th century, and the Jesuit College "Collegii Panormitani" in Palermo. Contemporary full vellum, soiled and rebacked. A very good, broad margined copy. Sparrow 116; Caspar 79; Norman 1209; Zinner 5063; Dibner 6 (with image of front.) First edition. First quire (incl. title) in first state, with all features present according to Caspar (short dedication to Brahe). The second quire [ ):( ):( to ):():(2v ] present in third state (56 lines and marginals in italics Antiqua). With the appendix "Sportula" to part 1, issued in 1629 [pp. 121-125, 1l.], but without the word map dated 1630, found in some copies and most likely printed after 1658. Also not present is the appendix by J. Bartsch which was issued after Kepler's death and attached to very few copies only.The frontispiece present with the signature variant "Cöler". THE CHIEF VEHICLE FOR THE R … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2017-03-06 10:21:07
Louis SAVOT
Chez Sebastien Cramoisy. First edition, rare. Brand of printer in the title page. Full Calf blond glossy contemporary. Back to nerves ornate. Part of title in red morocco. Triple fillet border on covers. Roll on turns and interior. Gilt edges. Split bits with various gaps in tail and head. Caps threadbare. Gaps between the nerve and the part of title. Notebooks quite yellowed. Corners bumped. Binding quality with many flaws, but still nice outfit. Very interesting study that stands out in this field through its interest in the subject and value of medals and coins, while the vast majority of studies deal mainly with effigies and figures. It is very precise and erudite on various alloys of lead and tin, and gold, among the Romans in particular, on the use of currencies and the system on which they are based. The approach of the book is much more than most archaeological works on the field, comparing, restoring both from different known that the literature on the field currencies. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Chez Sebastien Cramoisy à Paris 1627 in-4 (16,5x24cm) (28) 399pp. (25) relié
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet
2017-03-04 00:46:26
CASSERI, Giulio Cesare (CASSERIUS, Iulius)...
Venice: [Evangelista Deuchinus], 1627. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. Tabulae Anatomicae LXXIIX ... Daniel Bucretius ... XX que deerant supplevit et omnium explications addidit. Venice: [Evangelista Deuchinus], 1627. [3], 1-87, 87-88, 88-95 ff, including engraved title with border by Valesio after Fialetti, 97 full-page engravings numbered to 95 (77 probably by and after J. Maurer, 20 by Valesio after Fialetti), explanatory text on verso, woodcut ornaments, colophon and printer's woodcut device on final leaf verso. [Bound before:] SPIEGEL, Adriaan van de [SPIGELIUS, Adrian]. De humani corporis fabrica libri decem... [12], 328 (i.e. 330), [14] pp., including engraved title with architectural border by Valesio after Fialetti, woodcut initials and ornaments, index and final blank. Folio (399 x 255 mm). Contemporary vellum with blind-stamped central arabesque to both boards, binding restored with the spine rebacked (boards soiled and darkened, original endpapers repaired), colored edges. Final leaves of index of De humani corporis with ink smudges (having created 3 holes with loss of letters due to ink corrosion). Internally very little marginal browning, very minor spotting and finger soiling in places, a few faint dampstains, a few closed worm holes in blank margins, frayed engraved title-page of the Tabulae repaired at blank fore-margin, upper corner of fol. 51 with paper repair (not affecting image), a few leaves with faint marginal waterstains, a few closed tears, fol. 1 with marginals in contemporary hand (cropped), plate V in fol. 7 printed upside-do … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books
2017-03-03 22:15:27
Cornelius, Cornelius
Mit einem gestochenen Titelblatt, Vignetten und Initialen, Antverpiae, Martinum Nutium, 1627, (6 Blätter), 984 Seiten, (46 Blätter), 34x21, blindgeprägter Schweinslederband mit zwei Schließen, von denen ein kleines Stückchen fehlt, und von alter Hand beschriebenem Rücken, kleiner Aufkleber auf Einbandinnendeckel, Vermerk und Stempel auf Vorsatz, einige Seiten gebräunt und mit kleinen Wurmgängen, Gebrauchs- und Alterungsspuren, dekorativ
Bookseller: Antiquariat Ingrid Degutsch
2017-03-03 22:15:27
Cornelius, Cornelius,
Mit einem gestochenen Titelblatt, Vignetten und Initialen, Antverpiae, Martinum Nutium, 1627, (6 Blätter), 984 Seiten, (46 Blätter), 34x21, blindgeprägter Schweinslederband mit zwei Schließen, von denen ein kleines Stückchen fehlt, und von alter Hand beschriebenem Rücken, kleiner Aufkleber auf Einbandinnendeckel, Vermerk und Stempel auf Vorsatz, einige Seiten gebräunt und mit kleinen Wurmgängen, Gebrauchs- und Alterungsspuren, dekorativ, Versand D: 4,90 EUR
Bookseller: Antiquariat Ingrid Degutsch [Maulbronn, Germany]
2017-03-03 15:22:29
GRASSI, Orazio [pseudonym: Lothario SARSIO SIGENSANO].
Naples: Matthaeus Nuccius, 1627. First Italian edition, very rare, of Grassi's counter-polemic against Galileo's Il saggiatore (1623). This is the concluding work in the series of publications which document the "controversy of the comets," one of the most infamous polemics in the history of science. According to Drake, these texts "deserve study for their bearing upon the origin of modern scientific method ... The controversy is of both scientific and philosophical significance because it was in this connection that Galileo disclosed his conception of scientific method." The Ratio ponderum was first published at Paris the year before, but that edition was very unsatisfactory (see below) ? the present Naples edition "took care of the numerous errors and omissions in the mangled Paris edition" (Feingold, p. 152). It was dedicated to Cardinal Francesco Boncompagni, the Archbishop of Naples (which explains why it was published there). Galileo preferred not to reply to the Ratio ponderum, and thus the controversy came to an end. "The dispute over comets had consequences of great significance both to Galileo and to science in general, as the favorable reception of [Il saggiatore] led him to proceed with the publication of the much more famous Dialogue, for which he was later imprisoned by the Inquisition. That fateful event was in turn intimately connected with the rift between Galileo and the Jesuits, which was widened and made permanent, if indeed it did not originate, in the public dispute about comets. Thus the controversy is closely linked with some of the most dramatic eve … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SOPHIA RARE BOOKS
2017-03-03 10:49:35
Burckhardt, Johann Ludwig
2 Bände. Mit 7 lithograph und gest. gefalt. Tafeln und einigen Textholzschnitten. 1 Bl., X, 542 S., 1 Bl. 1 Bl., X, SS. (545)-1104. Neuere blaue HLdr.-Bde. Neue Bibliothek der wichtigsten Reisebeschreibungen, Bde. 34 u. 38. - Embacher 57 Engelmann 152 Henze I, 406f. Ibrahim-Hilmy I, 106 Kainbacher3 66, 4 Röhricht 1627 Tobler 141 vgl. Weber 107. - Erste deutsche Ausgabe. - "Sorgfätige vorbereitung, kenntnis der arabischen sprache, ein unbefangener blick, nüchterne beobachtung und ausserste genugsamkeit zeichnen den Burckhardt aufs vortheilhafteste aus... Ihm verdankt die gelehrte republik eine reihe von entdeckungen... Dieser forscher ist in vieler hinsicht das muster eines reisenden" (Tobler). - Mit hebräischem Exlibris Elias Auerbach. - Tls. etwas gebräunt bzw braunfleckig.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
2017-02-28 21:42:04
MANUSCRIPT - DOCTORATE]. STORCH, Josephus.
1627. For the binding: cf. British Library Database (shelfmark Davies875) (similar design). An elaborately decorated manuscript serving as authentication of the granting of a doctorate in law by the University of Padua to Josephus Storch of Merano (Meran) in South Tyrol, son of Franciscus Storch. It survives in its original, richly gold-tooled binding, with the large seal of the University ("SIGILLVM VNIVERSITATIS IVRISTARVM PADVA 1627") attached by a braided cord. Since Padua fell under the authority of the Venetian Republic at this date, the doctorate was awarded under the auspices of the Doge of Venice. It further names various officials of the University as well as professors of Roman law, canon law and criminal law.The binding is slightly rubbed, mainly near the edges, outside the gold tooling. There is a crack in the wax seal, and the originally red cord attaching it has faded to light brown, except the part closed inside the manuscript. In good condition, with the decorations and gold lettering well preserved.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2017-02-24 12:17:09
Antonio Meitinghi
1627. "Acquaforte, 1627, datata in lastra, nel margine inferiore che reca l'iscrizione 'Ser.mo. Ferdinando II Hetruriae Mag. Duci V e magno ingeniorum mecoenati, insignem D. Antonii de hoste teterrimo victoriam sua manu incisam et impressam Antonius Meitinghi dat donat dicat MDCXXVII'. Da un soggetto di Jacques Callot. Buona impressione, stampata da due lastre su due fogli di carta vergata coeva uniti al centro, irregolarmente rifilata ai margini, con perdita di testo nella parte inferiore, dove manca 'Superiorum permissu' e 'Iacomo Callot invent.; restauri al verso perfettamente eseguiti, nel complesso in buono stato di conservazione. Questa grande tavola è una copia ingrandita, in controparte, della prima versione della Tentazione di S. Antonio prodotta da Jacques Callot nel 1617. Verso la fine della sua vita, nel 1635, Callot realizza una seconda versione, che mantiene alcuni elementi caratteristici della prima, quali la prospettiva teatrale e la moltiplicazione dei personaggi. Lo spazio teatrale è incorniciata da un paesaggio roccioso su entrambi i lati e popolato da figure mostruose; un fiume attraversa il paesaggio; al centro, si osserva un figura femminile nuda trasportata su di un carro formato da ossa. In alto nel cielo, la figura gigantesca del Diavolo che espelle dalla bocca una moltitudine di diavoli. La figura di S. Antonio si distingue sulla sinistra, sotto un grande arco. Nel margine inferiore, la dedica dell'autore "Antonius Meithingus" a Ferdinando II de'Merdici , quinto Granduca di Toscana e figlio di Cosimo II. Non si conoscono notizie biografiche relativ … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2017-02-22 17:47:18
Giovanni Battista Cerri, 1627. In 8° (mm 170x110), pp. (2: titolo), (4: dedica), 3-291, (1 bianca). Segnatura: A-Sx T&sup2,. Emblema dei Gesuiti al frontespizio, 2 tavole incise in rame fuori testo, che mostrano la prigione dove fu rinchiuso per oltre tre anni e il rogo con cui fu bruciato il padre Carlo Spinola. Qualche macchia al frontespizio, lievi alone marginali su alcune carte. Legatura in piena pergamena coeva (lieve mancanza all'angolo superiore del piatto anteriore, mancano i risguardi mobili). Nel complesso ottima copia genuina. QUESTA COLLEZIONE di lettere gesuitiche dal Giappone e dalla Cina apparve parallelamente a Roma (Corbelletti) e a Milano (Cerri). L'edizione milanese risulta assai più rara di quella romana. La dedica di quattro pagine dell'editore ai conti Carlo e Coriolano Visconti, datata Milano 14 maggio 1627, non risulta presente negli altri esemplari censiti. Il volume contiene lettere di Girolamo Maiorca (pp. 3-149) in data Macao, 30 settembre 1623, Nicholas Trigault (pp. 150-232) in data Hangzhou, 15 agosto 1622, e Alvarez Semedo (pp. 233-290) in data Nanchino, 23 giugno 1623. &ldquo,The letter of 1621 from China, written by Nicholas Trigault from Hangchow (pp. 150-323) is full of material on the advance of the Manchus in northern China, the capture of Liaotung, the fear for the safety of Peking, and the outbreak of local rebellions against the young Ming emperor. This is followed by a letter (pp. 233-290) on the same subjects written by Alvarez Semmedo from Nanch'ang, capital of Kiangsi province, in 1623 in which he reports that three million have … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto
2017-02-20 22:29:14
SPEED, John
Performed by John Speede and are to be sold by Iohn Sudb. and G. Humbell, [1627]. Speed's map of the Channel Islands Engraved map with hand colouring. A beautifully coloured map of the Channel Islands.John Speed (1552-1629) was the outstanding cartographer of his age. His "Theatre of Great Britain" was the first atlas of the British Isles: Speed prepared the maps himself about two years before they were published. His maps and books dominated the seventeenth-century English market. The present map is taken from the 1627 English edition published by George Humble. 380 by 510mm. (15 by 20 inches). Chubb XXV.
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books LLP [London, United Kingdom]
2017-02-20 21:42:09
MAROLOIS SAMUEL ; GIRARD Albert ; HONDIUS Henri
JAN JANSSEN. 1627 et 1628 AMSTERDAM Chez Ian IanBen - Fort in-quarto, dos lisse demi veau et papier épais moucheté contemporain. - Ensemble monté sur onglets. Auréole sur l’ensemble supérieur de l’ouvrage, ne nuisant pas au texte ou aux gravures. cf. photos. - Complet des 72 planches gravées. OPERA MATHEMATICA OU OEUVRES MATHEMATIQUES traictans DE GEOMETRIE, PERSPECTIVE, ARCHITECTURE ET FORTIFICATION par SAMUEL MAROLOIS 1628, Amsterdam Chez Ian IanBen - Page de Titre Générale Gravée des Œuvres, 42 pages concernant LA PERSPECTIVE 1e et 2nd Partie. 1 ff. de sonnets et ballade. SUIVI DE - ARCHITECTURE CONTENANT LA TOSCANE DORIQUE, IONIQUE,CORINTHIAQUE par HENRI HONDIUS avec quelques ordonnances de Jean VREDMAN. SUIVIE DE - FORTIFICATION ou ARCHITECTURE MILITAIRE tant offensive que deffensive par Samuel MAROLOIS et Albert Girard. - 1628, Amsterdam Chez Ian IanBon P. de Titre Gravée, 4 ff., 1 pl. Dépl, 1 f. 3 pl. dépl., 1 f. 3 pl. dépl., 1 f. 3 pl. dépl., 1 f. 3 pl. dépl., 1 f. 17 pl. dépl., soit 30 planches dépliantes. SUIVI DE - FORTIFICATION ou ARCHITECTURE MILITAIRE tant offensive que deffensive Supputée et dessignée par SAMUEL MAROLOIS Reveüe et corrigée par Albert GIRARD Mathématicien. 1627, Amsterdam chez Jan JanBen, P. de Titre Gravée, - Texte de la Première Partie de la Fortification, 42 p. avec description des 17 planches, 1 f. - Texte de la Seconde Partie traictant de la Fortification de la planche 18 à 40 et fin. 2 ff. pour le grand Tableau des dimensions des Fortifications, 42 planches dépliantes chiffrées 1 à 40 (14 bis et 17 bis). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE ANCIENNE BERNARD MARIE ROLIN [BLET, France]
2017-02-13 20:17:02
TACITUS, P. Cornelius (c.56-120), and PATERCULUS, M. Velleius (c.19 BC - AD 31), [LIPS, Joost, editor].
Antwerp: Ex Officina Plantiniana, 1627. PLANTIN PRESS EDITION. Folio, pp.[16], 547 [33], 36; pp.84 [16]. With various introductions and dedications, a short life of Tacitus, and an expansive commentary footnoted below the main text. A summary of the main text follows, then a family tree of the Julio-Claudians and an unpaginated index. Another short section on the editor's use of original manuscripts follows with separate pagination. In the final section is an edition of the extant parts of Velleius Paterculus' history, also with commentary and an unpaginated index. All text in Latin, with occasional notes in Greek. In contemporary dark brown mottled full calf, recently re-backed with the original spine leather pasted over. Raised bands, with gilt titles to new red calf label on spine. Neat black ink ownership inscription to bottom right of title page, dated 1694. Also a neat black ink Greek quotation from Isocrates ("If you are a lover of knowledge, you will be very learned") to the top right of the title page. Edges of title page browned and lightly chipped, otherwise internally crisp and clean. Externally worn, but carefully restored to an attractive, robust condition. Very good overall. The Stoic Philologist and Humanist Joost Lips produced his first edition of the works of Tacitus in the 1570's, but it wasn't until 1581 that he published it with the prestigious Plantin Press as the new Professor of History at Leiden University. This is a later revised edition, printed with the same high production values under the auspices of Bathasar I Moretus, grandson of the original … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Adrian Harrington [UNITED KINGDOM]
2017-02-13 20:17:02
TACITUS, P. Cornelius (c.56-120), and PATERCULUS, M. Velleius (c.19 BC - AD 31), [LIPS, Joost, editor].
Antwerp: Ex Officina Plantiniana, 1627. PLANTIN PRESS EDITION. Folio, pp.[16], 547 [33], 36; pp.84 [16]. With various introductions and dedications, a short life of Tacitus, and an expansive commentary footnoted below the main text. A summary of the main text follows, then a family tree of the Julio-Claudians and an unpaginated index. Another short section on the editor's use of original manuscripts follows with separate pagination. In the final section is an edition of the extant parts of Velleius Paterculus' history, also with commentary and an unpaginated index. All text in Latin, with occasional notes in Greek. In contemporary dark brown mottled full calf, recently re-backed with the original spine leather pasted over. Raised bands, with gilt titles to new red calf label on spine. Neat black ink ownership inscription to bottom right of title page, dated 1694. Also a neat black ink Greek quotation from Isocrates ("If you are a lover of knowledge, you will be very learned") to the top right of the title page. Edges of title page browned and lightly chipped, otherwise internally crisp and clean. Externally worn, but carefully restored to an attractive, robust condition. Very good overall. The Stoic Philologist and Humanist Joost Lips produced his first edition of the works of Tacitus in the 1570's, but it wasn't until 1581 that he published it with the prestigious Plantin Press as the new Professor of History at Leiden University. This is a later revised edition, printed with the same high production values under the auspices of Bathasar I Moretus, grandson of the original … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Adrian Harrington [UNITED KINGDOM]
2017-02-13 20:17:02
TACITUS, P Cornelius (c 56-120), and PATERCULUS, M Velleius (c 19 BC - AD 31), [LIPS, Joost, editor]
Antwerp: Ex Officina Plantiniana, 1627.. PLANTIN PRESS EDITION. Folio, pp.[16], 547 [33], 36; pp.84 [16]. With various introductions and dedications, a short life of Tacitus, and an expansive commentary footnoted below the main text. A summary of the main text follows, then a family tree of the Julio-Claudians and an unpaginated index. Another short section on the editor's use of original manuscripts follows with separate pagination. In the final section is an edition of the extant parts of Velleius Paterculus' history, also with commentary and an unpaginated index. All text in Latin, with occasional notes in Greek. In contemporary dark brown mottled full calf, recently re-backed with the original spine leather pasted over. Raised bands, with gilt titles to new red calf label on spine. Neat black ink ownership inscription to bottom right of title page, dated 1694. Also a neat black ink Greek quotation from Isocrates ("If you are a lover of knowledge, you will be very learned") to the top right of the title page. Edges of title page browned and lightly chipped, otherwise internally crisp and clean. Externally worn, but carefully restored to an attractive, robust condition. Very good overall. The Stoic Philologist and Humanist Joost Lips produced his first edition of the works of Tacitus in the 1570's, but it wasn't until 1581 that he published it with the prestigious Plantin Press as the new Professor of History at Leiden University. This is a later revised edition, printed with the same high production values under the auspices of Bathasar I Moretus, grandson of the origina … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books
2017-02-09 17:37:52
SPIEGEL (Adriaan van den), CASSERI (Giulio)
3 ouvrages en 1 vol. Venise et Padoue, Evangelista Deuchino et Giovanni-Batista de Martinis, 1627 [et 1626], , 3 ouvrages en 1 vol. in-folio, [12]-328 (i.e. 330)-[12] p. ; [3] ff. et 97 pl. ; [8]-104 p. et 9 pl. dans le texte, vélin rigide estampé à froid de l'époque, dos à nerfs, ÉDITION ORIGINALE de cette réunion, mise en oeuvre par Daniel Bucretius en 1627 : elle se compose de la première édition posthume du De humani corporis fabrica de Spiegel (l'édition originale a paru pour la première fois à Venise en 1625) et de l'édition originale, posthume également, des Tabulae de Casseri (ou Casserio, ou Casserius). Belle marque typographique à la double ancre d'Evangelista Deuchino, au verso du dernier feuillet de Casseri . Chaque partie a son titre propre, dans le bel encadrement allégorique gravé par Francesco Valesio, figurant l'Anatomie qui siège sous un dais dominant une structure architecturale au pied de laquelle se trouve une table où sont disposés les outils du chirurgien. Les Tabulae de Casseri sont bien complètes des 97 planches finement gravées en taille-douce par Valesio d'après Odoardo Fialetti, élève du Tintoret, avec explications en regard. 78 d'entre elles avaient été commandées par Casseri de son vivant ; Bucretius, Daniel Rindfleisch (1600-1631) de son vrai nom, les reçut des héritiers en vue de les publier avec la Fabrica de Spiegel, mais il n'en utilisa que 77, l'une d'entre elles ayant été endommagée. Il y adjoignit 20 nouveaux cuivres, dont il confia la réalisation aux mêmes artistes (2 vues d'homme de face et de dos, 10 planches d'ostéologie, 1 vue des … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux
2017-02-04 13:51:38
SETTALA, Lodovico
appresso Gio. Battista Bidelli, 1627. In-4°, pp. (12), 272, marca tipografica incisa in rame al frontespizio, ritratto dell'autore in ricca cornice architettonica, legatura posteriore in piena pergamena con nervi passanti, titolo manoscritto al dorso, legacci. Ottimo esemplare, fresco. Edizione originale. La Ragion di Stato è una teoria sviluppatasi sulla base del pensiero politico rinascimentale e della Controriforma, alla fine del '500. Assai diffusa in Italia, si propagò poi nel resto d'Europa. Sul significato teorico e pratico da attribuire alla locuzione Ragion di Stato si discusse vivacemente, sin dalla metà del sec. XVI. Soprattutto, nella «ratio» dello Stato venne fatto confluire il concetto di interesse, ossia di utile politico. Nell'interesse così inteso si identificò il criterio che doveva guidare il principe nelle sue decisioni e la norma a cui dovevano conformarsi le azioni di governo. La Ragion di Stato può essere considerata come lo studio delle condizioni dell'esistenza dello Stato, da cui ebbe origine il processo di astrazione e di distinzione dello Stato stesso da coloro (i governanti) che lo impersonano. La trattatistica sulla Ragion di Stato prese le mosse dall'ampio dibattito aperto da Il Principe di Machiavelli e dalla rinnovata fortuna di Tacito durante il XVI sec. La ricerca si indirizzò verso l'esplorazione del rapporto tra politica e morale. La prima esposizione sistematica della teoria della Ragion di Stato si deve all'ecclesiastico piemontese Giovanni Botero, che nell'opera Della Ragione di Stato (1589) intese ripristinare i valori dell'etica sen … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Xodo
2017-02-03 19:46:10
Rossi Giacomo Giovanni ( 1627 - 1691 ) Rom
Artist: Rossi Giacomo Giovanni ( - 1691 ) Rom; issued in: Rome; date: ca 1690, 1627. - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; - condition: Stain right corner; - size (in cm): 39 x 52,5; - description : Map depicts the eastern part of the Roman Empire with Italy, Croatia, Greece, Turkey, Armenia, Cyprus, Palestina and Egypt.In its approximately 12 centuries of existence, Roman civilization shifted from a monarchy to a classical republic and then to an increasingly autocratic empire. Through conquest and assimilation, it came to dominate Southern and Western Europe, Asia Minor, North Africa, and parts of Northern and Eastern Europe. Rome was preponderant throughout the Mediterranean region and was one of the most powerful entities of the ancient world. It is often grouped into classical antiquity together with ancient Greece, and their similar cultures and societies are known as the Greco-Roman world.Giovanni Giacomo De' Rossi was the son of the founder of the most important and active printing press of the 17th century in Rome. Begun in 1633 by his father Giuseppe (1570-1639), the press passed firstly to Giacomo and to his brother Giandomenico (1619-1653), and then later to Lorenzo Filippo (1682-?); in 1738 it became the Calcografia Camerale, from 1870 until 1945 the Regia Calcografica, and today it is known as the Calcografia Nazionale. Here are conserved, amongst many others, the plates of Giambattista Piranesi (1720-1778). Giacomo De' Rossi was the most involved of all the various family members who ran the press, and he worked between 1638 and 1691, and was to … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
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2017-02-03 19:46:10
Rossi Giacomo Giovanni ( 1627 - 1691 ) Rome
Artist: Rossi Giacomo Giovanni ( - 1691 ) Rome; issued in: Rome; date: 1650 1627 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Very good; size in cm : 39,5 x 55,5 - description: Map shows total Europe with partly north Africa - Vita of the artist: Giovanni Giacomo De' Rossi was the son of the founder of the most important and active printing press of the 17th century in Rome. Begun in 1633 by his father Giuseppe (1570-1639), the press passed firstly to Giacomo and to his brother Giandomenico (1619-1653), and then later to Lorenzo Filippo (1682-?); in 1738 it became the Calcografia Camerale, from 1870 until 1945 the Regia Calcografica, and today it is known as the Calcografia Nazionale. Here are conserved, amongst many others, the plates of Giambattista Piranesi (1720-1778). Giacomo De' Rossi was the most involved of all the various family members who ran the press, and he worked between 1638 and 1691, and was to take the company to the height of its success.
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG
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2017-02-03 19:46:10
Rossi Giacomo Giovanni ( 1627 - 1691 ) Rome
Artist: Rossi Giacomo Giovanni ( - 1691 ) Rome; issued in: Rome; date: 1683 1627 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: colored; condition: Some restoration at centerfold; size in cm : 43 x 54 - description: Map shows Hungary, Transilvania, Slavonia, Bosnia, Croatia and Dalmatia - Vita of the artist: Giovanni Giacomo De' Rossi was the son of the founder of the most important and active printing press of the 17th century in Rome. Begun in 1633 by his father Giuseppe (1570-1639), the press passed firstly to Giacomo and to his brother Giandomenico (1619-1653), and then later to Lorenzo Filippo (1682-?); in 1738 it became the Calcografia Camerale, from 1870 until 1945 the Regia Calcografica, and today it is known as the Calcografia Nazionale. Here are conserved, amongst many others, the plates of Giambattista Piranesi (1720-1778). Giacomo De' Rossi was the most involved of all the various family members who ran the press, and he worked between 1638 and 1691, and was to take the company to the height of its success.
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG
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2017-02-02 19:26:57
Josias Simler
Leiden: Elzevier, 1627. 24mo (11,2 x 5,5 cm). 535, (17) pp. Contemporary overlapping full vellum. Spine with handwritten title in ink. Historical and geographical compendium of Switzerland. It contains, apart from Simler's original work "De Republica Helvetiorum libri duo", four smaller treatises. 1. A geographical description of Switzerland by Franciscus Guillimannus and Oswald Molitor "Brevis Helvetiae Geographica Descriptio, ex Francisco Guillimanno, Osualdo Molitore, & aliis". (pp. 5 - 21). 2. A treatise on the Swiss soil by the humanist Heinrich Glareanus "Helvetiae Soli natura, ex Henrico Glareano, & aliis". (pp 21 - 24). 3. An anonymous treatise on the Swiss rivers, "De Fluviis aliquot Helvetiae". (pp. 24 - 25). 4. A treatise by Daniel Heremeita on the geographical situation of Switzerland "Danielis Heremitae Belgae de Helvetiorun, Raetorum, Sedunensium situ, republica & moribus epistola ad D. Ferdinandum Gonzagam Mantuae Ducis fil". (pp. 485 - 521). With engraved title-page (signed P.S.) depicting the three legendary heroes of the Swiss independence, Arnold von Melchtal, Walter Fürst and Werner Stauffacher, who founded the Old Swiss Confederacy on the Rütli. Apart from some unobtrusive stains a fresh and nice copy. For a full description and more images please visit www.zaalbooks.nl .
Bookseller: Zaal Books
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2017-01-17 18:50:19
Format: ca. 24 x 17 cm (Bücher 4332) Das zweite bekannte Exemplar!!!! Philippe Fornas - (1627-1692) Nouvelle Methode pour apprendre le Plain Chant en fort peu de jours. Lyon, Pierre Muguet, 1657 flexibler Pergament-Einband des 17. Jahrhundert 34 Seiten, 1 Bl. mit zahlreichen Notenbeispielen Erste Ausgabe Äusserst seltene Erstausgabe dieser Anleitung zur Erlernung des Plainsong, eines liturgischen Gesangs in der westlichen Kirche Nur ein weiteres Exemplar weltweit bekannt!!! (Paris, Bibliotheque Sainte Genevieve) Format: ca. 24 x 17 cm Einband stärker fleckig und wellig innen gut erhalten Extremely rare first edition - the second copy known (not in Bibliotheque National at Paris) Äusserst selten!!Das kostenlose Einstell-Tool. Stellen Sie Ihre Artikel schnell und bequem ein und verwalten Sie Ihre aktiven Angebote.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Steffen Völkel GmbH
2017-01-10 21:25:54
PLUVINEL (Antonio de)
Pierre Rocolet, Paris, 1627. Frontis doble, 3 retratos. 203 pp. 56 grabados sobre cobre a doble plana. Segunda edición de este magnífico libro, probablemente uno de los más bellos que existen sobre equitación. Antoine de Pluvinel, fue tutor del rey Luis XIII de Francia, también conocido por perfeccionar un método de doma en el que introdujo el uso de dos pilares para acostumbrar a la montura a controlar sus movimientos en espacios reducidos, así como utilizando el ejercicio del movimiento de "espalda adentro" para aumentar la flexibilidad del caballo. La ilustración, del artista flamenco Crispin de Pas, es soberbia. Seis de los 56 grabados son de bocados, el resto son posiciones del caballo. Con un precioso frontis doble (con fecha 1629) y tres retratos, de Pluvinel, del Rey de Francia y Navarra Luis XIII y de Menou.Ejemplar con pequeña mancha de tinta en el frontis doble, en buen estado de conservación, limpio. Brunet Tomo IV, col. 749. Graesse, pp. 373. Piel de la época, lomera nueva. Ambas tapas con pequeñas restuaraciones, greca dorada algo deslucida
Bookseller: Libreria Bardon [Madrid, Spain]
2017-01-10 16:34:41
TAVERNIER, Melchior (1564-1641)
Bookseller: Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA) [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2017-01-08 22:06:30
Leodius, Hubert Thomas
Titel + 6 n.n. S. + 2 Leerblatt + 511 S., 8 n.n. + 256 S., Titel + 24 n.n. + 34 S. Pgm. der Zeit. Sammelband. Ad 1, Vgl. VD 17 23:248037G: Es fehlt die Kupfertafel sowie 5 Blatt aus der Vorrede. Ad 2, VD 17 14:053008X. Ad 3, VD 17 14:003663Q. - Ebd. fleckig, Gbrsp., Seiten u. z.T. Satzspiegel gebräunt, etw stockfleckig, Besitz-Eintrag a. V., vorderes Gelenk m. Papier unfachmännisch verstärkt, im 1. Teil hds. Anstr. und kl. Anm. in feiner Tinte. - Seltene Zusammenstellung aus der Zeit des Dreißzigjährigen Krieges.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Weinek
2017-01-08 02:43:21
Logau, Friedrich Frh. von, German poet (1604-1655).
1627. 8vo. 1 p. "Amare volo, potiri nolo. | Laudatâ Virtute & politiori literaturâ Fulgentissimo Domino Possessori, sic adfectum benivolum innuere & honorificum sui recordationem procurare voluit". - With a colored coat-of-arms in gouache; Logau appends to his signature his Ovidian motto: "Non est mortale quod opto" ("What I desire is not mortal"). - In 1625 Logau continued his study of law at Altdorf. - Extremely rare; the only autograph of the great Silesian poet and member of the Fruitbearing Society in the auction records of the last decades. Slight spotting; mounted at left edge; altogether well-preserved.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris
2017-01-03 20:13:04
Musaeus / Musaios / Pareus, Daniel (Ed.)
Francofurti (Frankfurt), Impensis Gulielmi Fitzeri, 1627. (10) S., 160 Sp., mit 1 gestochenen Titelvignette, einigen Holzschnittbordüren und -vignetten und 1 ca. halbseitige gestochenen Ansicht des Hellespont. Gr.-8. (ca. 24 x 19 cm), gebunden in etwas späteren einfachen Pappband, Einband fleckig und bestoßen, Rücken stärker bestoßen / beschädigt (dadurch Vorderdeckel fast vollständig gelöst), Seiten teils fleckig und knickspurig, zahlreiche Seiten mit Marginalien von alter Hand in Tinte, insgesamt noch ordentliches Exemplar des seltenen Drucks, der antike Text in altgriechisch-lateinischer Parallelausgabe / bound in simple later cased boards, binding stained and bumped, spine damaged (front cover nearly loosened), pages partially stainded and creased, many pages with contemporary handwritten annotations in old ink, rare print, text in Ancient Greek - Latin parallel edition
Bookseller: Antiquariat An der Vikarie [Germany]
2017-01-02 19:20:34
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. Alte Drucke, Theologie
Bookseller: Antikvariát Valentinská [CZ]
2016-12-19 19:09:45
SPEED, John
London,: Performed by IOhn Speede and Are to be sold by G. Humble in popes head Alley, [1627]. London,: Performed by IOhn Speede and Are to be sold by G. Humble in popes head Alley,, [1627].. with her cities and earles described and observed. Engraved map with hand colouring. A map of Kent, with inset maps of Rochester and Canterbury. John Speed (1552-1629) was the outstanding cartographer of his age. His ‘Theatre of Great Britain' was the first atlas of the British Isles: Speed prepared the maps himself about two years before they were published. His maps and books dominated the seventeenth-century English market. The present map is taken from the 1627 English edition published by George Humble. Chubb XXV.
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books LLP [London, United Kingdom]
2016-12-19 19:09:45
SPEED, John
London,: Performed by Iohn Speed, and are to be sould in Popes head Alley by I. Sudbury and Georg. Humble, [1627]. London,: Performed by Iohn Speed, and are to be sould in Popes head Alley by I. Sudbury and Georg. Humble,, [1627].. Engraved map with hand colouring. A map of Munster, with inset maps of Cork and Limerick. John Speed (1552-1629) was the outstanding cartographer of his age. His ‘Theatre of Great Britain' was the first atlas of the British Isles: Speed prepared the maps himself about two years before they were published. His maps and books dominated the seventeenth-century English market. The present map is taken from the 1627 English edition published by George Humble. Chubb XXV.
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books [United Kingdom]
2016-12-19 19:09:45
SPEED, John
Performed by John Speede and are to be sold in popes head alley against the Exchange by I.S. & G.H., [1627]. Speed's map of Oxfordshire Engraved map with hand colouring. A map of Oxfordshire, with an inset map of the city of Oxford and a border made up of the coats of arms of the university colleges. At the bottom, the scale bar has been decorated with a globe and two scholars, one of whom is using a pair of compasses to measure out the scale bar.John Speed (1552-1629) was the outstanding cartographer of his age. His 'Theatre of Great Britain' was the first atlas of the British Isles: Speed prepared the maps himself about two years before they were published. His maps and books dominated the seventeenth-century English market. The present map is taken from the 1627 English edition published by George Humble. 380 by 520mm. (15 by 20.5 inches). Chubb XXV.
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books LLP [London, United Kingdom]
2016-12-19 19:09:45
SPEED, John
London,: Performed by Iohn Speed, and are to be sould in Popes head Alley by I. Sudbury and Georg. Humble, [1627]. London,: Performed by Iohn Speed, and are to be sould in Popes head Alley by I. Sudbury and Georg. Humble,, [1627].. and the ancient citie Carlile described with many memorable antiquities therein found observed. Engraved map with hand colouring. A beautifully coloured map of Cumberland, now Cumbria. John Speed (1552-1629) was the outstanding cartographer of his age. His ‘Theatre of Great Britain' was the first atlas of the British Isles: Speed prepared the maps himself about two years before they were published. His maps and books dominated the seventeenth-century English market. The present map is taken from the 1627 English edition published by George Humble. Chubb XXV.
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books LLP [London, United Kingdom]
2016-12-19 19:09:45
SPEED, John
London,: Described by Iohn Norden, Augmented by John Speede And are to be sole in popes head Alley against the Exchange by I.S. and Georg, [1627]. London,: Described by Iohn Norden, Augmented by John Speede And are to be sole in popes head Alley against the Exchange by I.S. and George Humble,, [1627].. described and divided into rapes with the situation of Chichester the chiefe citie thereof and the armes of Nobles as have bene dignified with the title of Earles since the conquest and other accidents therein observed. Engraved map with hand colouring. A map of Sussex, with an inset map of Chichester, and a vignette of and text about the Battle of Hastings between Harold Godwinsson and William the Conqueror, to whom Speed gives the earthier name of William the Bastard. William's fleet is visible in the Channel. John Speed (1552-1629) was the outstanding cartographer of his age. His ‘Theatre of Great Britain' was the first atlas of the British Isles: Speed prepared the maps himself about two years before they were published. His maps and books dominated the seventeenth-century English market. The present map is taken from the 1627 English edition published by George Humble Chubb XXV.
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books LLP [London, United Kingdom]
2016-12-19 19:09:45
SPEED, John
London,: Performed by John Speed and are to be sold by John Sudbury and George Humble in Popes head alley, [1627]. London,: Performed by John Speed and are to be sold by John Sudbury and George Humble in Popes head alley,, [1627].. Engraved map with hand colouring. A map of Wales, with a border of city views. John Speed (1552-1629) was the outstanding cartographer of his age. His ‘Theatre of Great Britain' was the first atlas of the British Isles: Speed prepared the maps himself about two years before they were published. His maps and books dominated the seventeenth-century English market. The present map is taken from the 1627 English edition published by George Humble. Chubb XXV.
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books LLP [London, United Kingdom]
2016-12-19 19:09:45
SPEED, John
Performed by Iohn Speede & are to be sold by John Sudbury & George Humble in Popes head alley at London, [1627]., London. Speed?Äôs map of Britain during the Heptarchy Engraved map with hand colouring. A map of Great Britain during the Heptarchy, the name given to the period when it was popularly supposed that the island was divided into seven kingdoms: East Anglia, Sussex, Wessex, Northumbria, Mercia, Kent, and Essex. The borders are filled with scenes from the lives of famous British rulers. On the right, Peada of Mercia is stabbed through the connivance of his own wife at Easter after converting to Christianity to marry her; at the upper left, the semi-mythical Hengist appears, who betrayed Vortigern, King of the Britons, and led the Anglo-Saxon invasion; at the upper right, Ethelbert of Kent listens to the preaching of St Augustine, who eventually converted him to Christianity. John Speed (1552-1629) was the outstanding cartographer of his age. His ?ÄòTheatre of Great Britain?Äô was the first atlas of the British Isles: Speed prepared the maps himself about two years before they were published. His maps and books dominated the seventeenth-century English market. The present map is taken from the 1627 English edition published by George Humble. 380 by 505mm. (15 by 20 inches). Chubb XXV.
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books LLP [London, United Kingdom]
2016-12-19 19:09:45
SPEED, John
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books LLP [London, United Kingdom]
2016-12-19 19:09:45
SPEED, John
London,: Performed by Iohn Speede and are to be sold by George Humble in ye Popes head alley, [1627]. London,: Performed by Iohn Speede and are to be sold by George Humble in ye Popes head alley,, [1627].. Engraved map with hand colouring. A beautifully coloured map of Northamptonshire, with inset maps of Northampton and Peterborough, and a vignette with text of the Battle of Edgecote Moor, where Richard Neville, Duke of Warwick, defeated Edward IV during the Wars of the Roses. John Speed (1552-1629) was the outstanding cartographer of his age. His ‘Theatre of Great Britain' was the first atlas of the British Isles: Speed prepared the maps himself about two years before they were published. His maps and books dominated the seventeenth-century English market. The present map is taken from the 1627 English edition published by George Humble. Chubb XXV.
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books LLP [London, United Kingdom]
2016-12-19 19:09:45
SPEED, John
London,: Described by Iohn Norden, augmented by I. Speede, And are to be solde by G. Humble, [1627]. London,: Described by Iohn Norden, augmented by I. Speede, And are to be solde by G. Humble,, [1627].. devided into Hundreds, with the most antient and fayre Towne Colchester Described and other memorable Monuments observed. Anno 1610. Engraved map with hand colouring. A map of Essex, with an inset map of Colchester, and reproductions of three Roman coins or medallions showing Constantine the Great in his dual role as chief priest and emperor, and his mother Saint Helena. Saint Helena is the patron saint of Colchester; some British medieval sources claimed she was British, and that Constantine was born in the city. Colchester's coat of arms, shown at the upper right corner of the inset map, show the relics of the True Cross and the crowns of the Magi which she supposedly found in Jerusalem. John Speed (1552-1629) was the outstanding cartographer of his age. His ‘Theatre of Great Britain' was the first atlas of the British Isles: Speed prepared the maps himself about two years before they were published. His maps and books dominated the seventeenth-century English market. The present map is taken from the 1627 English edition published by George Humble. Chubb XXV.
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books LLP [London, United Kingdom]
2016-12-19 19:09:45
SPEED, John
London,: Performed by Iohan Speede, And are to be sold in Popes heade Alley, against the Exchange, by Iohn Sudbury and George Humbell at , [1627]. London,: Performed by Iohan Speede, And are to be sold in Popes heade Alley, against the Exchange, by Iohn Sudbury and George Humbell at the white horse,, [1627].. with the most famous and fayre citie Yorke described. Engraved map with hand colouring. A beautifully coloured map of the West Riding of Yorkshire with an inset map of the city of York. John Speed (1552-1629) was the outstanding cartographer of his age. His ‘Theatre of Great Britain' was the first atlas of the British Isles: Speed prepared the maps himself about two years before they were published. His maps and books dominated the seventeenth-century English market. The present map is taken from the 1627 English edition published by George Humble. Chubb XXV.
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books LLP [London, United Kingdom]
2016-12-19 19:09:45
SPEED, John
Are to be solde in popes-head Alley against the exchange by John Sudbury and George Humble, [1627]. Speed's map of Surrey Engraved map with hand colouring. A map of Surrey, with inset views of the palaces of Richmond and Nonsuch, both royal Tudor residences which were demolished by the end of the seventeenth century. Nonsuch was given by Charles II to Barbara, Countess of Castlemaine, who then tore it apart to pay gambling debts; Richmond was sold by Parliament after the execution of Charles I.John Speed (1552-1629) was the outstanding cartographer of his age. His 'Theatre of Great Britain' was the first atlas of the British Isles: Speed prepared the maps himself about two years before they were published. His maps and books dominated the seventeenth-century English market. The present map is taken from the 1627 English edition published by George Humble. 385 by 515mm. (15.25 by 20.25 inches). Chubb XXV.
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books LLP [London, United Kingdom]
2016-12-19 19:09:45
SPEED, John
Performed by John Speede, and are to be sold in popes head Alley by Iohn Sudbury and G. Humble, [1627]. Speed's map of Derbyshire Engraved map with hand colouring. A beautifully coloured map of Derbyshire, with insets of the city of Derby and the springs at Buxton.John Speed (1552-1629) was the outstanding cartographer of his age. His 'Theatre of Great Britain' was the first atlas of the British Isles: Speed prepared the maps himself about two years before they were published. His maps and books dominated the seventeenth-century English market. The present map is taken from the 1627 English edition published by George Humble. 380 by 510mm. (15 by 20 inches). Chubb XXV.
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books LLP [London, United Kingdom]
2016-12-19 19:09:45
SPEED, John
London,: Performed by Iohn Speede And are to be solde in Popes-heade alley against the Exchange by Iohn Sudbury and George Humble, [1627]. London,: Performed by Iohn Speede And are to be solde in Popes-heade alley against the Exchange by Iohn Sudbury and George Humble,, [1627].. the shire towne and citie of Coventry described. Engraved map with hand colouring. A map of the county of Warwickshire, with inset maps of Warwick and Coventry, and a vignette and description of the capture of Edward IV at Wolney (either Olney or Wolvey Heath) during the Wars of the Roses. John Speed (1552-1629) was the outstanding cartographer of his age. His ‘Theatre of Great Britain' was the first atlas of the British Isles: Speed prepared the maps himself about two years before they were published. His maps and books dominated the seventeenth-century English market. The present map is taken from the 1627 English edition published by George Humble. Chubb XXV.
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books LLP [London, United Kingdom]
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