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2016-09-16 11:05:44
KEPLER, Johannes
Ulm, 1627. (8) ff., 120 pp., 4 leaves consisting of numbers 121-25 and 3 pages of the Sportula, 155 (i.e. 119) pp. Finely engraved allegorical frontispiece, numerous woodcut diagrams in the text. Bound in contemporary colored vellum [dark red] , rubbed; spine neatly repaired at head & tail, edges with some wear. Light finger soiling to the frontispiece and first few leaves, a few small marginal tears (third p.l., pp. 5, 79, 91; p. 99 of the tables), very minor marginal worm track pp. 35-50, pale marginal damp marks from p. 87 of tables, final leaf re-margined at bottom edge and chipped at extremities, occasional inconsequential marginal staining here and there, the usual browning on the leaves of the Sportula, a few contemporary annotations. Generally a very good copy with an excellent example of the handsome frontispiece. First edition of this classic in the history of science, a nice large genuine example of the last of Kepler's works to appear in his lifetime, and in the judgment of Prof. Owen Gingerich, "the chief vehicle for the recognition of his astronomical accomplishments." - DSB, p. 304: It contains the first astronomical tables to be based on Kepler's three laws of planetary motion and is the first of Kepler's books to employ logarithms. "The printed volume of the Tabulae Rudolphinae contains 120 folio pages of text in the form of precepts and 119 pages of tables. Besides the planetary, solar, and lunar tables and the associated tables of logarithms it includes Tycho Brahe's catalog of 1000 fixed stars, a chronological synopsis, and a list of geographical positio … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Martayan Lan [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2016-09-09 21:14:47
SOGLIANI Giovanni Battista
Guerigli Giov, 1627. in - 4, pp. (20, compr. tit. inc.), 254, (18), leg. coeva p. perg. (piccole mancanze alla cuffia super.), tit. ms. al dorso. Magnifico frontesp. fig. inc. in rame con trofei di armi, bandiere ed in alto stemma del cav. Cosimo di Castiglione, cui l'opera è dedicata. Prima edizione di questa commedia in cinque atti, in prosa, e prologo in versi. La scena ''è l'uccellatoio nel contado di Firenze''. Il testo è preceduto da un dialogo introduttivo ed accompagnato, scena per scena, da lunghe e dettagliate annotazioni, anch'esse dell'autore. Bella ed accurata veste editoriale, di grande formato, eccezionale per il XVII secolo, in quanto tutti i testi teatrali, per essere pratici e maneggevoli durante la rappresentazione, venivano stampati in formato tascabile. L'autore era fiorentino, vissuto a cavallo dei secoli XVI - XVII. Esempl. puro e genuino (ex - libris Sordelli).
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco
2016-09-03 10:39:55
Sandys, George
Printed for Ro. Allot, London, 1627. Third edition. 309 pages complete with 3 full page engravings and numerous large woodcuts in the text. Full calf sprinkled binding, untitled. Front and back end papers cracked, sewn on four velum strips. Page 125 margin tear repaired with paper, 124 ink stain to margin otherwise unmarked and in very good condition. Owners book plates on inside board, pencil and pen annotations . Further pencil notes on fly leaf facing title page. This is a heavy / oversized item so may incur higher postage rates. Further details and images are available on request. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Mull Books [Ledbury, United Kingdom]
2016-08-24 16:08:50
Jodocus HONDIUS II (1594 - 1629)
1627. Veduta tratta dal Nova et accurata Italiae Hodiernae descriptio, atlante e libro di città esclusivamente dedicato alla penisola. L'opera consta di 31 carte geografiche e 67 vedute o piante di città, ed è edita a Leida da Jodocus Hondius II nel 1627. Le carte derivano dal Atlas Minor del Mercator, mentre le vedute sono basate sui modelli ideati dal Valegio e da Braun & Hogenberg. Incisioni in rame, finemente colorate a mano, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Bibliografia: Cremonini p.23/25, 18. Map taken from the "Nova et accurata Italiae Hodiernae descriptio", an atlas and book dedicated entirely to the Peninsula. The work contains 31 maps and 67 city plans or views and has been printed in Leyden by Jodocus Hondius II in 1627. The maps are realized after the Atlas Minor of Mercator, while the views are inspired to the models of Valegio and Braun & Hogenberg. Copperplate, fine hand colour, in excellent condition. Leida Leyden 242 175
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2016-08-24 11:57:43
SIMLER, Josias.
Ex officina Elzeviriana, Lugd[uni] Bat[avorum], 1627. 535 [17] p. 11 cm piena pelle. Josias Simler (Kappel 1530 - Zurigo 1576) pastore protestante e teologo fu autore del primo libro dedicato unicamente alle Alpi De Alpibus commentarius e curatore della riedizione della Bibliotheca universalis del Gesner. Dal 1552 professore di esegesi neotestamentaria al Carolinum di Zurigo dal 1560 occupò la cattedra di teologia. L'autore aveva risposto inoltre in maniera affermativa alla domanda se la Svizzera fosse uno Stato o meno; la sua riflessione si basò su modelli concettuali analoghi a quelli del federalismo. Nella sua opera De republica Helvetiorum libri duo sostenne che sebbene la Confederazione fosse priva di un organo esecutivo supremo uno degli elementi distintivi dello Stato essa era composta da membri il cui livello di coesione permetteva comunque di parlare di uno Stato svizzero. Nel 1691 Franz Michael Büeler definì la Svizzera uno Stand confederale ossia come uno Stato secondo la terminologia di quel tempo. Quando nel 1735 Johann Jacob Leu pubblicò un'edizione rivista dell'opera di Simler riprese l'idea di Confederale quale Stato federale; la sua presentazione introduttiva della Svizzera costituisce un primo esempio di dottrina federalista. Bel frontespizio figurato. Legatura coeva in piena pelle dorso a nervi con titoli in oro e decorazioni ai piatti. UsatoAccettabile Anno pubblicazione: MDCXXVII [1627]. Buono ordinari segni d'uso e del tempo segni d'uso alla legatura ed alcune sezioni di carte un po' brunite peraltro ben conservato. ...
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Adige
2016-08-19 12:00:55
SIMLER, Josias - LAET, Johannes, de.
Ex officina Elzeviriana, Lugd[uni] Bat[avorum], 1627. 359 [10] 535 [16] p. [17] p. 11 cm perg. Josias Simler (Kappel 1530 - Zurigo 1576) pastore protestante e teologo fu autore del primo libro dedicato unicamente alle Alpi De Alpibus commentarius e curatore della riedizione della Bibliotheca universalis del Gesner. Dal 1552 professore di esegesi neotestamentaria al Carolinum di Zurigo dal 1560 occupò la cattedra di teologia. L'autore aveva risposto inoltre in maniera affermativa alla domanda se la Svizzera fosse uno Stato o meno; la sua riflessione si basò su modelli concettuali analoghi a quelli del federalismo. Nella sua opera De republica Helvetiorum libri duo sostenne che sebbene la Confederazione fosse priva di un organo esecutivo supremo uno degli elementi distintivi dello Stato essa era composta da membri il cui livello di coesione permetteva comunque di parlare di uno Stato svizzero. Nel 1691 Franz Michael Büeler definì la Svizzera uno Stand confederale ossia come uno Stato secondo la terminologia di quel tempo. Quando nel 1735 Johann Jacob Leu pubblicò un'edizione rivista dell'opera di Simler riprese l'idea di Confederale quale Stato federale; la sua presentazione introduttiva della Svizzera costituisce un primo esempio di dottrina federalista. Esemplare unito Belgii confoederati respublica: seu Gelriae. Holland. Zeland. Traject. Fris. Transisal. Groning. chorographica politicaque descriptio di Laet Johannes geografo olandese nato ad Anversa nel 1581. UsatoAccettabile Anno pubblicazione: MDCXXVII [1627] - MDCXXX [1630]. Buono ordinari segni d'uso e del tempo segni … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Adige
2016-08-18 17:48:23
Jacques CALLOT (Nancy 1592 - 1635)
1627. "Acquaforte originale, firmata in lastra in basso a destra, stato unico. Della serie Le Combat a la Barrière. La serie venne realizzata per commemorare lo spettacolo, voluto dal duca Carlo IV di Lorena, nel suo palazzo a Nancy, verso la fine del 1626, in onore di sua cugina, la duchessa di Chevreuse, alla quale aveva dato asilo politico una volta che era stata scoperta la sua partecipazione al complotto contro Richelieu. Le 9 tavole rapresentano gli ingressi dei carri allegorici che trasportano i gentiluomini che si sfidano nel combattimento cavalleresco ""a la barriére"". Magnifica prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, filigrana ""doppia C sovrapposta alla croce di Lorena"" (Lieure n.29), sottili margini, in perfetto stato di conservazione." Etching, signed at bottom right. From Le Combat a la Barrière. The prints in the Combat series were created to commemorate a tournament sponsored by Duke Charles IV of Lorraine, in his palace at Nancy, late in 1626, in honor of his beautiful cousin the Duchess of Chevreuse who was in exile in Lorraine after the discovery of her role in the plot against Richelieu. Excellent work, printed on contemporary laid paper with "double C ..." watermark (Lieure 29), trimmed to marginal line, in very good conditions. Lieure 581 ; Meaume 498 240 152
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2016-08-18 11:32:15
David CUSTOS (Attivo 1618 - 1650)
1627. Carta geografica della Valtellina tratta dal "Ostreichischer Loberkrantz" di Schinborner e Lundorp pubblicato a Francoforte nel 1627 - 8. La mappa è comunemente detta "del Marchese di Couvre" che era il Generale al comando delle truppe francesi. Incisione in rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Bibliografia: Scheffer , Cartografia antica della Rezia, 27 ; Bianchi, Valtellina, Valchiavenna e Grigioni sotto la lente. Antica cartografia dal XVI al XVIII secolo, 61. Francoforte Frankfurt 350 240
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2016-07-22 21:16:08
Starter, Jan Jansz.
Amsterdam, Hessel Gerritsz. 1627 - (titelprent, 5, portret, 16) 207, 39 p. Origineel half Leer met ribben, 4° oblong (Titelpagina gerestaureerd aan de randen. De vierde, vermeerderde en verbeterde uitgave van dit zeldzame liedboek van Jan Jansz. Starter, ca. 1594-1626. Het liedboek bestaat uit gezangen/gedichten gesteld op de wijs van volksliederen, waarvan verschillende met muzieknotatie. Geïllustreerd met 12 gravures van Jan van de Velde, waaronder 1 met een portret van de auteur. Zowel typografisch als qua vormgeving een van de fraaiste uitgaves op het gebied van nederlandse liedboeken.) Kleerkoper, M.M. (1911). Bibliographie van Starter's werken, p. 36-37/ Scheurleer, D.F. (1912). Nederlandsche Liedboeken, p. 147
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2016-07-18 19:29:15
TACITUS (Cajus Cornelius)
A Paris, En la Boutique de l'Angelier, chez Claude Cramoisy, 1627. In-4°, [8]-825-[23]p. Avec un titre gravé et un portrait de François d'Orléans gravé par Michel Lasne. Une des premières traductions française de Tacite. Reliure souple plein parchemin titré à froid sur le dos. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Le Cabinet d'Amateur [Neuchâtel, Switzerland]
2016-06-19 07:20:35
BARATTA, Alessandro & Oratio Nardino.
1627. fondatore dell'ordine de minimi. Con le rima di don Oratio Nardino Cosentino. All' illustrissimo et reverendissimo signore monsignore cardinale Boncompagno arcivescovo di Napoli da vostro illusstrissimo et reverendissimo umillissimo servitore. Giovanni Orlandi. In Napoli, dato in luce per Giovanni Orlandi, [1627?]. De 23x17 cm. Com 64 gravuras (19x13 cm). Encadernção da época em pergaminho rígido. Exemplar apresenta as gravuras nº 46. 47 e 54 com impressões deficientes ou desgastadas; e um ex-libris recente. A edição original é de Nápoles, 1622, e este conjunto de gravuras apresenta uma enorme qualidade gráfica, excepto as gravuras referidas, sendo esta possivelmente a segunda estampagem dos mesmos originais calcográficos. Obra composta por 64 gravuras de Alessandro Baratta, com rimas de Don Orazio Nardino Cosentino. Este livro, publicado em 1622 e recentemente descoberto e comentado por Concetta Bevilacqua, contém 64 gravuras de página inteira reproduzindo cenas da Vida e Milagres de São Francisco de Paula. A obra foi encomenda ao mestre de gravador Alessandro Baratta, nascido em 1583 e que viveu em Nápoles onde era o proprietário de um grande estúdio. Todas as gravuras se encontram acompanhadas de versos explicativos de Don Orazio Nardino. Os comentários que acompanham as belas imagens do século XVII foram feitos numa linguagem muito simplificada para permitir que todos possam aprender mais sobre a vida e os milagres do grande milagreiro da Calabria. [EN] A book very rare and hardly found, recently bibliographically rediscovered. Alessandro Barata is the author of t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Livraria Castro e Silva [Lisboa, Portugal]
2016-06-12 14:15:27
Cats, Jacob.
Rotterdam: Bij Pieter van Waesberge, 1627. 4to, 7 parts in one -- 5 parts as called for in Landwehr plus two additional titles bound in at rear, as follows: (8), 1-35, (1, blank), [1]-315, [1]; [1]-91, [1]; 1-46, [2]; [1-2], 3-28; [1-2], 3-48, [6], [2, engraved frontis], 49-55, (1); (36), [1]-119, (1); (16), [1]-49, (29) pp. 109 engravings through the 7 parts, as follows: the wonderful engraved title page and 52 emblems in Sinne ende Minne Belden; 43 circular copperplate engraved emblems in Emblemata Moralia; full-page engraving of Phyllis in the Argumentum; a portrait and 4 engravings in Galathee. Full 17th-century vellum expectably soiled, yapped fore edges, some wear at top of front cover. Manuscript title on backstrip. Parts bound out of order according to Landwehr but complete. A few notable but hardly bothersome defects: A2 with short marginal tear; I3r-I4v small hole; M1 small hole; P1 hole; 2a1-2a4 minor worming; ii marginal tear; Nn4 burn hole in image; marginal dampstaining through a handful of gatherings; a lone stamp from the Los Angeles University of International Relations seen at the top of the final leaf of text. Occasional offsetting; some leaves darkened. Very good. The only edition of Proteus published in 4to format and containing Cats' love-emblems with the addition of their English translation done by Josuah Sylvester. Also included is a separate portfolio of 80 additional emblems and allegorical symbols most likely extracted from the 1618 Middelburg first edition of Jacob Cats' Silenus Alcibiadis sive Proteus Vitae Humanae ideam, Emblemate. These are p … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller, ABAA [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2016-05-12 23:24:09
KEERE, Pieter van den and SPEED, John].
London: George Humble, 1627. Set of five miniature maps comprising one map of the whole of Ireland and four regional maps, the titles are as follows: The Kingdome of Ireland; Ulster; Linster; Connack; Mounster. Each map c. 8.5 x 12 cm. Uncoloured. With the exception of the odd spot, the set in very good condition.
Bookseller: Robert Frew Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2016-05-11 09:50:37
Paolo ARESE (Paolo ARESI)
in Venetia, appresso Giacomo Sarzina 1627 Paolo Arese, Di nobile casato milanese, al secolo Cesare Aresi, nacque nel 1574 a Cremona dove il padre, conte Marcantonio svolgeva la carica di podestà.Il 6 gennaio del 1589 entrò nell'ordine dei teatini di sant'Antonio di Milano e il 24 giugno del 1590 cambiò il suo nome in quello di Paolo. Invitato a insegnare teologia e filosofia a Napoli, vi venne ordinato sacerdote il 19 ottobre del 1598.Fu un importante teologo e filosofo, ma anche un grande erudito con notevoli competenze anche in campo scientifico, autore di innumerevoli testi. Si dedicò molto all'insegnamento e fu era assai noto come oratore e predicatore. Si ricorda un suo discorso a Genova per l'incoronazione del doge Alessandro Giustiniani (1611) e quello per la morte di Filippo III di Spagna (1613), nonché per quella del cardinale Federico Borromeo (1631) in Duomo a Milano. In data 10 novembre 1625 fu chiamato di nuovo a Genova per celebrare in san Siro il primo anniversario della beatificazione di Andrea Avellino. seconda edizione; duplice fontespizio - il primo r/n - con marca tipografica xilografata raffigurante l'allegoria di Venezia, donna seduta sul leone di San Marco, ai lati stemmi di Bergamo, Brescia, Padova e Verona ; testo su due colonne; capilettera, vignette xilografate; note di appartenenza al frontespizio; dedica al Cardinal Barberino; all'ultima pagina catalogo delle opere stampate dal Sarzina
Bookseller: Libreria Editrice Belriguardo
2016-05-09 19:12:45
MOUCHEMBERG (Ancelot-Mathias de);
Bookseller: Bonnefoi Livres Anciens [Paris, France]
2016-05-09 19:12:45
MOUCHEMBERG (Ancelot-Mathias de).
chez Nicolas Buon, A Paris, 1627. In-8 de (10)-590 pp. 1 f.bl. (10) pp., 1 f.bl., titre-frontispice, vélin, traces de lacet, pièce de titre en maroquin rouge (reliure de l'époque). Edition originale rare. Sur le modèle publié quatorze ans plus tôt des Aphorismes Civill and Militarie de Robert Dallington - précepteur du Prince héritier d'Angleterre, Ancelot-Mathias de Mouchemberg rassembla ses réflexions qu'il dédia à Antoine Ruzé marquis d'Effiat. Rentré d'Angleterre où il négocia avec succès le mariage d'Henriette de France avec Charles Ier d'Angleterre, Ruzé d'Effiat fut nommé surintendant des Finances en 1626 un an avant la publication de Mouchemberg. Avec l'adresse au lecteur, cet ouvrage méconnu est aussi remarquable par le choix du terme Essais probablement employé une deuxième fois dans un titre depuis Montaigne, après L'Essai des merveilles de la Nature et des plus nobles artifices du Père Binet en 1621. Mouchemberg était déjà connu en 1627 pour la suite de l'Argenis de John Barclay. Titre-frontispice gravé par Léonard Gaultier. Marque au titre de l'imprimeur Nicolas Buon. De la bibliothèque du Chapitre de Reims avec un ex-libris armorié et un ex dono Michael de Blanzy, 1689 (Ex dono D. ac M. Michaelis de Blanzi pbri. Doct. et profess. Theolo Canoni. Ecc Remensis. 1689) ; ex-libris manuscrit à l'encre du temps en têt d'ouvrage Mr Dondey et Lamais. Des feuillets légèrement roussis mais bel exemplaire en vélin du temps. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Bonnefoi Livres Anciens [Paris, France]
2016-05-09 19:12:45
MOUCHEMBERG (Ancelot-Mathias de);
Bookseller: Bonnefoi Livres Anciens [Paris, France]
2016-05-08 18:35:51
Drake, Francis]: [Pretty, Francis]:
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
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2016-05-08 17:28:40
Drake, Francis]: [Pretty, Francis]:
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2016-05-03 14:27:40
Thomas Jones Londen
London: Thomas Jones, 1627. Condition: 8,5 . Extremely rare first edition. Binding: Contemporary Full Vellum Sextodecimo 16mo
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Meuzelaar [Netherlands]
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2016-04-18 04:34:08
Cats, Jacob.
4to. Rotterdam: Bij Pieter van Waesberge, 1627. 4to, 7 parts in one -- 5 parts as called for in Landwehr plus two additional titles bound in at rear, as follows: (8), 1-35, (1, blank), [1]-315, [1]; [1]-91, [1]; 1-46, [2]; [1-2], 3-28; [1-2], 3-48, [6], [2, engraved frontis], 49-55, (1); (36), [1]-119, (1); (16), [1]-49, (29) pp. 109 engravings through the 7 parts, as follows: the wonderful engraved title page and 52 emblems in Sinne ende Minne Belden; 43 circular copperplate engraved emblems in Emblemata Moralia; full-page engraving of Phyllis in the Argumentum; a portrait and 4 engravings in Galathee. Full 17th-century vellum expectably soiled, yapped fore edges, some wear at top of front cover. Manuscript title on backstrip. Parts bound out of order according to Landwehr but complete. A few notable but hardly bothersome defects: A2 with short marginal tear; I3r-I4v small hole; M1 small hole; P1 hole; 2a1-2a4 minor worming; ii marginal tear; Nn4 burn hole in image; marginal dampstaining through a handful of gatherings; a lone stamp from the Los Angeles University of International Relations seen at the top of the final leaf of text. Occasional offsetting; some leaves darkened. Very good. The only edition of Proteus published in 4to format and containing Cats’ love-emblems with the addition of their English translation done by Josuah Sylvester. Also included is a separate portfolio of 80 additional emblems and allegorical symbols most likely extracted from the 1618 Middelburg first edition of Jacob Cats’ Silenus Alcibiadis sive Proteus Vitae Humanae ideam, Emblemate. Th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller
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2016-03-26 12:46:37
LITTLETON, Thomas.
Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Ltd, PBFA, ABA, ILAB [Royal Tunbridge Wells, KENT, United Kingdom]
2016-03-18 10:37:25
MANUSCRITO - SÉC. XVIII - VIEIRA. (Padre António)
- Estes Cadernos saõ Aquelles que o Pe. António Vieyra. S/d. S/L [Lisboa?]. In folio (de 28x22 cm) com 154 fólios inumerados. Encadernação da época inteira de pele com ferros a ouro na lombada. Manuscrito calígrafo a uma só mão firme e legível, redigido sob pena de prisão no cárcere da Inquisição tal como nota no início do texto: «Estando recluso na custódia do Santo Officio Apresentou aos Snrs. Inquisidores Pera Mostrar Trabalhava Em responder Ao que se lhe Arguia». Nota manuscrita por outra mão em despacho no canto superior da folha de rosto: «Este Livro deve estar muito guardado debaixo de Chave e a ninguém se empreste porque é muito desejado, e não tem preço». Obra manucrita por um recluso, tratando-se de uma tentativa de encontar uma terra nova e sem males que os profectas como o Bandarra sugeriram com sendo uma Nova Atlântida, também sonhada por Francis Bacon em 1627; ou a Cidade do Sol, de Campanella (1602), e a Utopia (1516). Estas foram normalmente ilhas perdidas em algum lugar do Oceano Atlântico, descobertas por navegantes portugueses e descritas por Rafael Hitlodeu a Thomas Morus. Location/localizacao: Sala 2
Bookseller: Livraria Castro e Silva
2016-03-18 10:37:25
MANUSCRITO - SÉC. XVIII - VIEIRA. (Padre António)
Bookseller: Livraria Castro e Silva [Lisboa, Portugal]
2016-03-10 20:55:16
Lucan, (Marcus Annaeus Lucanus), Decimus Magnus Ausonius und Claudianus:
Amstelodami , apud Guiljelm. Ians. Caesium, 1627 , 1620 , 1621. 14, 196, 28 - -- 240 -- 237 pp 1 Bl. 12° , Ledereinband Schönes Exemplar in Ganzpergament, Pharsalia mit teils umfangreichen Unterstreichungen , sonst im Papier textsauber und ordentlich. Die beiden Schließen fehlen . Perg.band etwas griffspurig, üblicherweise leichte Lesespuren 641 Versand D: 5,00 EUR
Bookseller: Versandhandel R. Wassmann [Germany]
2016-02-18 06:51:41
LIPPSTADT:
- Kupferstich aus Enß, Fama Austraica, 1627, 19,2 x 27,8 Westfalia Picta, Bd.IV, Nr. 185; Vergl. aber auch Nr. 181 (m. Abb. Seite 127); Vergl. auch Hellwig, Nr. 451. - Plattengleich mit der Darstellung aus den Hogenberg'schen Geschichtsblättern, das den übrigen Belagerungsbildern ( so Westfalia Picta, S. 127) als Vorbild diente. Jedoch ohne den dreispaltigen Text.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck
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2016-02-17 10:30:29
Sidney, Philip, Sir, 1554-1586
London, Printed by W. S. for Simon Waterson, 1627 [i.e. 1628?]. Folio: [8], 676 [i.e. 576], 541-564, 601-624 p. (signatures A-3B; 2Y-2Z; 3E-3F); 27.5 cm. Title in border (McKerrow 224). Title continues: with some new additions. Also a supplement of a defect in the third part of this historie, by Sir W. Alexander. With additional works by Sidney. Contains: Arcadia, Certaine Sonets, The Defence of Poesie, Astrophel and Stella. Partly in verse. "Stansby pr[inted]. prelims. and A-H; Lownes and Young the rest" --STC. "A sixth booke, to the Countesse of Pembrokes Arcadia" by Richard Bellings, originally published separately in 1624 (STC 1805), has separate title page with imprint "London, printed by H.L. and R.Y. 1628"; pagination and register are continuous. Really the 8th edition, first issue. Edited by Hugh Sanford; the prefatory 'To the reader' is signed 'H.S.' Sir William Alexander's supplement, pp. 327-346. Misnumbered pages: 80, 94, 153, 157, 158, 167, 168, 193. The first leaf, wanting from this copy, is blank. Rebound in full leather with appropriate design by Dragonfly Bindery, George & Pat Sargent; very good. Stock#OB701B.
Bookseller: Books from the Crypt
2016-02-16 19:42:26
Sebisch, Melchior d.J.
Strassburg, Wilhelm Christian Glaser, (1627). 8°. 12 n.n. Bl., 713 S., 4 n.n. S. Index. Mit einem gestochenen Titel. Pergamentband der Zeit mit geprägtem Rückenschild und gestochenem Exlibris auf dem Innendeckel. Krivatsy 10779. - VD17 23:296072C. - Erste Ausgabe. Abhandlung über Bäder und Mineralquellen, besonders des Elsass 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. Sprache: lateinisch / latin. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: EOS Buchantiquariat Benz [Zürich, Switzerland]
2016-02-05 07:28:43
Rossi Giacomo Giovanni ( 1627 - 1691 ) Rom
Artist: Rossi Giacomo Giovanni ( - 1691 ) Rom; issued in: Rome; date: ca 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 [München, Germany]
2016-01-20 22:39:54
Stettler, Michael
Bern, o. Vlg., 1627/26 4, Titel in Rot u. Schwarz, 9 Bl., 672 S., 10 Bl. (Register); 4 Bl., 580 S., 9 Bl. (Register), Ldr.-Bd. m. 3 echten Bünden des 18. Jhts., goldgeprägter Rückentitel, Deckel berieben, oberes u. unteres u. Kapitale stark berieben, Kaptalband lose. Innen stellenweise finger- oder stockfleckig, teilweise etwas wasserändig, einge Marginalien von alte Hand. Haller IV. 443. - Lonchamp 1801. - Erste Ausgabe. - 1631 erschien ein Anhang mit Nachträgen bis 1630. Die Chronik. beginnend mit der Beschreibung des Burgundischen Reiches und der Gründung von Bern. behandelt hauptsächlich das 16. Jahrhundert. v.a. die Schweizer Reformationsgeschichte und ist \"ungeachtet ihres allgemeinen Titels vorzüglich eine Berner Chronik\" (Haller). Stettler. Michael (1580 Bern- 1642). Ausbildung zum Notar in Genf oder Lausanne. 1605 Chor- und Ehegerichtsschreiber in Bern. 1606 Mitglied des Gr. Rats. 1610 Deutschseckelmeister. 1616-22 Landvogt von Oron und 1627-29 von St. Johannsen. 1629-42 Oberlehenskommissär der sog. welschen Lande. Ohne grosse Begabung verfasste S. als junger Mann Lobgedichte und u.a. ein Drama in 33 Akten (\"Vom Ursprung löbl. Eidsgenossenschaft\" 1605). Dann wandte er sich der Historiografie zu. sammelte Stoff. indem er Akten abschrieb. namentlich aber die noch ungedruckten früheren Chronisten Berns. 1614 übergab er dem Rat eine dreibändige. die Zeit von 1526 bis 1610 abdeckende Geschichte der Stadt. die er überarbeitete und zu einem zehnbändigen Werk erweiterte. Auf Wunsch der Burgerschaft wurde 1626 eine zweibändige Geschichte publiziert. die 1631 um einen … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Petrej
2016-01-10 23:11:23
Georg Braun - Frans Hogenberg Kolorierter Kupferstich / Coloured copper engraving, 48,5 x 35 cm.
- Highly decorative originally coloured bird's eye view of Moscow. The images in the fort show soldiers and two types of cattle, typical for the region. The first one is the European bison and the right one the aurochs, an extinct type of large wild cattle that inhabited Europe, Asia and North Africa. As the aurochs became rarer hunting it became a privilege of the nobility. Poland and Russia were the last territories, where aurochs survived into the 16th and early 17th century, still being documented by Herberstein and Braun and Hogenberg. The last recorded aurochs died in Jaktorów Forest, Poland in 1627. Both images together with the text, telling the difference between the two species, are based upon Sigismund von Herberstein’s book on Russia from 1556. The view was published in "Civitates orbis terrarum" by Georg Braun and Frans Hogenberg, first published in 1575. The engraving was replaced in the last edition from 1618 with a different view. A fine copy with beautiful original colouring.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dasa Pahor
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2015-12-16 14:58:06
Meisner, Daniel [Text]; [Kieser, Eberhard, Hsg. u. Illustrat./sculps.].
[Frankfurt a. Main, Eberhard Kieser 1627]. Ansicht des Klosters und Umgebung (Siedlungspartien) in Original-Kupferradierung (?Kupferstich?; Blattgrösse 15 x 19 cm, Platte 10.3 x 14.8 cm, Sujet/Ansicht im gedruckten Rahmen 7.5 x 14.3 cm). Blatt marginal leicht stockfleckig (Sujet wenig sichtbar tangiert), in neueren Passepartout montiert. Gesamthaft recht gutes Exemplar in kräftigem Abzug, stellenweise mit feinem Plattenrand u. marginal zartem Plattenton. Blatt 16 aus: Daniel Meisner et al., Thesauri Philopolitici Tomi Secundi, Pars Prima [od. oder ?Politisches Schatzkästleins Zweyten Buchs, Erster Theil?, resp. Bd. 2.1; vgl. die digitalis. Version in BVB ). Die Ansichten des entspr. Bandes von 1638 der zweiten Auflage unter dem Titel ?Libellus Novus Politicus [.] Pars Tertia [.] Darinen [.] Stätt, Vestung, Schlösser und Flecken, so da ligen In Steyrmarck, Osterreich, Mährn, Böhmen, Elssas und Schweitzerlandt? trugen andere Nummern (vgl. reader digitale-sammlungen, online); beim Blatt ?C50?, Einsiedeln, war zudem oben rechts das Wappen von Abt Ulrich Wittwiler (1535?1600) aufgenommen worden (vgl. dazu auch HBLS: von Wittenwil, Nr. 5). Dies womöglich als Würdigung seiner Verdienste um den Wiederaufbau des Klosters nach dem Brand von 1577. ? Lit.: Achtnich/Staudenmann, Schweizer Ansichten 1477?1786, Bern 1978, p. 49; W. u. A. B. Oechslin, Die Kunstdenkmäler des Kantons Schwyz. NA Bd. III.II, Bern 2003, p. 43 u. p. 217 m. Abb. 193 von Version 1638; ebenso bei J. Eberle, Das alte Einsiedeln, 1984, p. 16 f. ?? Das Blatt stellt eine der frühesten gedruckten Darstellungen des Klost … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Franz Kühne Antiquariat und Kunsthandel [Affoltern am Albis, Switzerland]
2015-12-12 01:40:50
SOLIER (P. François),
P., Sébastien Cramoisy 1627-29. 2 volumes in-4 de (4)-802-(17) pp. et (24)-1023- (24) pp., 2 titres gravés, 1 gravure pleine page, reliures plein veau de l'époque, dos à nerfs richement ornés. Ouvrage rédigé par le P. Solier de la Compagnie de Jésus (1558-1638), à partir des lettres de François Xavier, des relations envoyées à l'ordre des jésuites de Rome et des lettres de missionnaires inédites, et dont seulement certaines seront publiées ultérieurement. Il s'agit du premier grand ouvrage français sur le Japon, qui sera repris et remanié pendant près d'un siècle. Ainsi, comme il le note lui-même dans son introduction, Crasset a tiré en grande partie son Histoire de l'Eglise du Japon de celle de Solier, en la continuant après 1624. Pour la première fois ici apparaît en Occident le terme hara-kiri, ou encore la description des moxas. On y trouve aussi l'extraordinaire histoire de Yasuke, le premier samurai noir, un esclave affranchi qui accompagna d'abord le jésuite Alessandro Valignano avant d'entrer au service de Oda Nobunaga (1581), de même bien sûr que la description des premières ambassades japonaises à Rome (1585) et l'étude de la pénétration des missions au Japon. Les deux volumes ont été publiés à trois ans d'intervalle, et les reliures sont très légèrement différentes. Le volume un contient une table des matières mais pas de table des chapitres. Restaurations aux coiffes et aux mors, ainsi qu'à quelques feuillets. Cordier BJ 312-313 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE L'OPIOMANE [Paris, France]
2015-12-10 17:31:03
Thomas von Kempen:
Antwerpen Officina Plantiniana, 1627. 7,5 x 5 cm. 395 S. mit Titelholzschn. Reichlich ornamental goldgepr. Leder mit Ganzgoldschnitt. (Einband leicht berieben und mit kl. Einriß, sonst insgesamt guter Zustand). Einband [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Aegis Buch- und Kunstantiquariat [Laichingen, Germany]
2015-12-10 13:46:48
MULLENS, Gelasius [= Guilielmus SALDENUS].
Ad1: Knuttel 8972; ad 2: not in Knuttel; Tiele; Van der Wulp, etc. Two very rare pamphlets on the unity and controversies within the Dutch Protestant Church during the seventeenth century by the orthodox-Calvinist minister Guilielmus Saldenus (1627-1694). In the first pamphlet Saldenus tries to restore the peace between the Remonstrants and Contra-Remonstrants, and in the second he discusses the religious dispute in the Dutch Protestant Church concerning the person of Jean de Labadie, a 17th century French pietist. A third pamphlet bound in between is replaced by modern blank leaves. Good copies..
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)
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2015-12-05 11:48:40
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Printed by John Hauiland, London, 1627. UNUSUALLY WELL PRESERVED COPY 12mo. 96 unnumbered leaves. A-H12. Roman letter, titles in Italic. Title and text within woodcut border, woodcut floriated initials and typographical headpieces. Light age yellowing, quire D lightly browned, woodcut borders at outer margin very fractionally trimmed on a few leaves, title slightly dusty, the odd thumb mark. A good, clean copy, in antique style red morocco, covers bordered with single gilt rule, spine with gilt raised bands, vase tools gilt at centers, green morocco label gilt, combed marble end-papers, all edges gilt. An unusually well preserved copy of this extremely rare and delightful volume. The first part concentrates on ‘the art of preserving, conserving, and candying’ with additional recipes for syrups and banqueting dishes. The second deals with the medicines and salves needed for a household of the period. Even now the author remains anonymous, not even a set of initials appears in any of the editions, there is no introduction, epistle, dedication or acknowledgement. It is possible the manuscript of ‘A Closet’ was written by a literate woman, intended for her household and personal use. The work was entered into the Stationer’s records in 1602, so it appears that the Elizabethan manuscript may have been acquired and then remained in the printer’s office for years prior to publication. It is possible that a first work on general cookery was intended to precede it, which might explain why the work jumps straight into the recipes with no prefatory material. The work describes the dom … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2015-12-05 11:48:40
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Printed by John Hauiland, London, 1627. UNUSUALLY WELL PRESERVED COPY 12mo. 96 unnumbered leaves. A-H12. Roman letter, titles in Italic. Title and text within woodcut border, woodcut floriated initials and typographical headpieces. Light age yellowing, quire D lightly browned, woodcut borders at outer margin very fractionally trimmed on a few leaves, title slightly dusty, the odd thumb mark. A good, clean copy, in antique style red morocco, covers bordered with single gilt rule, spine with gilt raised bands, vase tools gilt at centers, green morocco label gilt, combed marble end-papers, all edges gilt. An unusually well preserved copy of this extremely rare and delightful volume. The first part concentrates on ‘the art of preserving, conserving, and candying’ with additional recipes for syrups and banqueting dishes. The second deals with the medicines and salves needed for a household of the period. Even now the author remains anonymous, not even a set of initials appears in any of the editions, there is no introduction, epistle, dedication or acknowledgement. It is possible the manuscript of ‘A Closet’ was written by a literate woman, intended for her household and personal use. The work was entered into the Stationer’s records in 1602, so it appears that the Elizabethan manuscript may have been acquired and then remained in the printer’s office for years prior to publication. It is possible that a first work on general cookery was intended to precede it, which might explain why the work jumps straight into the recipes with no prefatory material. The work describes the dom … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
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