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2013-10-19 11:06:28
RAIMONDI Eugenio
Il dottissimo passatempo dove si leggono curiosi oracoli, sentenze gravi con precetti et ammaestramenti politici e Christiani pubblicati da antichi e moderni scrittori ne?quali unita si vede tutta la dottrina morale, politica e istorica. In Venetia, appresso Gervasio Anesi, 1627. In fine: Stampato in Venezia nella Stamperia di Gio. Salice. In 8vo; cc. 20n.nn., pp.320. Testate e capilettera. Una illustrazione a piena pagina: ?Ruota notabile del stato humano?. Restauro al margine inferiore del frontespizio e delle prime quattro carte senza mutilazioni. Lievi tracce d?umido a qualche carta. Cart. coevo. Raccolta di motti, aneddoti, detti popolari e massime filosofiche, facezie di gradevole lettura, in veste di scherzo perché intento dell?autore è porgere ?all?egro fortemente languente il vaso della medicina con l?orlo zuccherato della piacevolezza?. BL 17th Century Italian Books, pag. 718; Passano, Novellieri in prosa, pag. 364.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Casella
2013-10-17 00:49:21
LUPTON, Thomas.:
London, printed by E. All-de for N. Fosbrooke, by the assignes of Io: Wright and R. Bird, 1627.. 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 A HIGH QUALITY FACSIMILE ON OLD PAPER. Pages: [6], 210, 171-174, [20]= table, last page blank, pages 171-174 misnumbered, should be 211-214, all catch words correct, see ESTC S108936. Bound in full calf, modern reback in lighter leather, with maroon gilt lettered label, double gilt rules to head and tail of spine, original old calf boards with double gilt rules to edges, corners with modern repairs, new endpapers, all edges maroon. Binding rubbed with some dark patches to boards, final leaf of table skilfully repaired, just affecting the text, first 4 leaves have small neat repairs to inner margin, not affecting text, small hole to bottom margin of page 112 just touching the text, with no loss of meaning, 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, pale soiling to a few pages and margins, occasional pale brown spot, otherwise a good tight copy. The work is a collection of curious remedies and contains a number of crude 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 references; A catalogue of Printed Books in the Wellcome Historical Library, Volume 1, page 209; Catalogue of the Famous Library of H … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton
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2013-10-13 13:06:08
[BOTERO (Giovanni), inter alia]:
Lugduni Batavorum, Apud Elzeviriana, 1627. Small 12mo [24mo], 106 x 53 mms., pp. [viii], 410 [411 - 422 Index, 423 Privilege, 424 blank], including engraved title-page with royal seal between two knights), contemporary vellum; contemporary ownership inscription on verso of front free end-paper, 18th century inscriptions on verso of title-page, paper label at base of spine. A very good copy. This was one of the books in the "Respublica" series which had the aim of making knowledge of eastern Europe more readily accessible. Willems notes, "II y a sous la meme date une seconde edition, augmentee et crigee, comme 1'indique la preface. Elle a 467 pp., 11 pp. d'index et 1 f. pour le privilege. Bonaventure et Abraham ont reimpr ime cette Republique en 1642. Cette troisieme edition est la mieux executee, mais De la Faye y a signale diverses fautes d'impression, qui lui font donner la preference a la seconde."
Bookseller: John Price Antiquarian Books
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2013-08-07 09:10:10
TAVERNIER, Melchior (1564-1641)
Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books [U.S.A.]
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2013-07-23 07:12:56
Henry Peacham
London - Francis Constable, 1627 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. The scarce and important second edition of Henry Peacham's The Complete Gentleman. Bound in contemporary pigskin. The Second Impression, Much Inlarged. The full title of this work is: The Compleat Gentleman, Fashioning him absolute, in the most necessarie and commendable qualities concerning minde or bodie, that may be required in a noble gentleman. Whereunto is annexed a description of the order of a maine battaile, or pitched field, eight severall wayes: as also certaine necessarie instructions concerning the art of fishing, with other additions. The Complete Gentleman (1622), which Peacham finished after his return to London, is probably his best-known work, and it occupies a significant place in the history of courtesy literature. Its immediate inspiration was Peacham's conviction, arising from his continental tour, that the education of young English gentlemen was markedly inferior to that afforded to European gentry. . . The Complete Gentleman offers advice over a wide range of topics with humour and sagacity, and reflects many aspects of Peacham's experience -ODNB. Henry Peacham, 1578 - d. in or after 1644, was awriter and illustrator. Condition: The textblock binding is generally tight and firm. The inner hinges are held by two cords only. There is wear to the extremities, including bumping and foxing, with creases, and with marks and discolouration. There is slight loss. Internally the pages have browning with intermittent spots. There are light tidemarks to the bottom margin from page 159 to … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-07-18 17:44:28
17TH CENTURY BIBLE - King James Version
Imprinted at London : by Bonham Norton, and Iohn Bill, printers to the Kings most excellent Maiestie, M. D C. XXVII. [1627] . 0. A very good Charles I. bible, red-lined throughout, and an excellent pedigree. 4to. 9.00" x 7.00" x 3.25". Early brown leather binding. Corners strengthened and professionally rebacked. Spine with 5 raised bands. Family history details of the Fenn family (1777-1823), to the verso of the front board. Later free-endpapers (handmade paper). The book begins with the Book of Common Prayer, which is red-lined and complete except for the title page. Bound with; "The Genealogies..." - Complete. Followed by the Holy Bible, beginning with an engraved general title page. Note to verso of the general title: "The Booke of the Honoured Lady Margery Fortescue Anno domini 1674." 7 preliminary leaves, ending with the contents (including the books of the Apocrypha). The Old Testament ends on Ccc 4b. The Apocrypha ends on Ooo 8b. There is a separate engraved title to the beginning of the New Testament (also dated 1627). Matthew begins on Ppp 2a and ends with Revelation on Gggg 2a. Note to verso of last leaf of Revelation, in a rough contemporary hand: The said bible of Ladiee Elizabeth Courtney, given by her husband Sir William Courteney this day 29th March 1639 [and signed ]Sir William Courtney. Bound with: The Booke Of Psalmes... Company of Stationers, 1628. All Psalms are present, just missing the last leaf of the "Prayers". All pages red-lined, with good margins, and clean roman letter text in double columns. Just light toning to paged edges and margins. A well … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Beckham Books Ltd
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2013-07-14 21:31:15
Ray, John (1627-1705)
Printed for John Martyn 2 parts in one volume: [18]+499; [title Catalogus Stirpium in Exeris Reginibus A nobis Observatarum, Quae vel non omnino vel parce admondum in Anglia Sponte proveniunt]+[6]+115 pages with 4 plates (2 folding). Small octavo (7 1/4" x 4 3/4") bound in original decorative leather with four raised spine bands. First edition.John Ray (29 November 1627 ? 17 January 1705) was an English naturalist, widely regarded as one of the earliest of the English parson-naturalists, and sometimes referred to as the father of English natural history. Until 1670, he wrote his name as John Wray. From then on, he used 'Ray', after "having ascertained that such had been the practice of his family before him". He published important works on botany, zoology, and natural theology. His classification of plants in his Historia Plantarum, was an important step towards modern taxonomy. Ray rejected the system of dichotomous division by which species were classified according to a per-conceived, either/or type system, and instead classified plants according to similarities and differences that emerged from observation. Thus he advanced scientific empiricism against the deductive rationalism of the scholastics. He was the first to give a biological definition of the term species. When Ray found himself unable to subscribe as required by the ?Bartholomew Act? of 1662 he, along with 13 other college fellows, resigned his fellowship on 24 August 1662 rather than swear to the declaration that the Solemn League and Covenant was not binding on those who had taken it. In the spring of 16 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Book Collector
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2013-07-14 17:22:43
SPEED, John.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
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2013-06-12 19:15:43
Stefano della BELLA (Firenze 1610 - 1664)
Acquaforte , 1627, firmata e datata in lastra. Magnifica prova, molto contrastata, impressa su carta vergata priva di filigrana, con piccoli margini, leggere ossidazioni al verso, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. La prima incisione all?acquaforte di Della Bella, il Banchetto dei Piacevoli è dedicata al fratello del granduca, Giancarlo de? Medici. I Piacevoli formavano una società di cacciatori a Firenze, e il banchetto rappresentato avviene in una sala del Palazzo Pitti. Magnifico esemplare di questa famosa incisione, opera giovanile del Della Bella. Ex collezione Rev. J. Burleigh James (Lugt 1425). Bibliografia: De Vesme/Massar 43. Dimensioni 392x258. Etching, 1627, signed and dated on plate. Magnificent work with strong colour contrast, printed on contemporary laid paper without watermark with thin margins, light oxidations on verso, otherwise in excellent condition. The first etching ever realized by Della Bella, the Banchetto dei Piacevoli, was dedicate to the brother of the grand Duke, Giancarlo de? Medici. The Piacevoli was a hunting society in Florence and the depicted banquet took place in one of the dining rooms of Palazzo Pitti. Magnificent example of a famous engraving, early work of Della Bella. Ex collezione Rev. J. Burleigh James (Lugt 1425). De Vesme/Massar 43. Dimensioni 392x258.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2013-06-09 19:25:32
FERRARA, (Camillo) Gabriele (sec. XVI). -
Venezia, Combi, 1627.In-8 picc. Buona legatura recente in pergamena. Con 73 silografie a piena pagina di strumenti chirurgici (pinze per estrarre palle d'archibugio, trapani per interventi alla testa, tenaglie per cavar denti ecc.), e alambicchi. (32), 565, (3 bianche) pp.; (16), 86 pp.; freschissimo esemplare. Quarta e migliore edizione (prima: 1596) di questa interessante e non comune opera medica. E? divisa in quattro parti: la prima tratta la cura di varie malattie, infermità e indisposizioni; la seconda è dedicata alla distillazione; la terza riguarda gli strumenti utili alla chirurgia (molti sono nuovi e descritti qui per la prima volta); la quarta, che compare per la prima volta in questa edizione, è sulla peste. L'autore, apprezzato chirurgo attivo a Milano nella seconda metà del '500, si distinse anche per una particolare tecnica d'intervento al cervello. Il libro si distingue anche per le numerose e interessanti figure: sono infatti poche le opere del periodo sulla chirurgia e la distillazione con così tante illustrazioni. Wellcome 2224. Krivatsy 4029. A scarce medical work, noteworthy also for the 73 fine woodcuts of surgical instruments and apparatus for distillation. It was first published in 1596, but the fourth part on the plague and its remedies has been added for the first time to this fourth edition. A particularly fresh copy in a good period style vellum binding.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Rappaport
2013-06-06 12:05:09
D. Marii Giurba
Typis Francisci Bianco 1627 In folio piccolo - pp.24nn, 692 [i.e. 700], 40nn. - Pergamena - Marca n.c. (Lupo: D'esser bianco mi pregio) sul frontespizio, Testatine, finalini e capilettera - Testo su due colonne, frontespizio in rosso e nero. - Volume quasi del tutto staccato dalla legatura, piccole mancanze al frontespizio, piccoli forellini di tarlo. Macchia verde al piatto superiore e macchia scura al piatto inferiore
Bookseller: Antica Libreria Srl
2013-05-30 12:32:53
17TH CENTURY BIBLE - King James Version .:
Imprinted at London : by Bonham Norton, and Iohn Bill, printers to the Kings most excellent Maiestie, M. D C. XXVII. [1627] .. A very good Charles I. bible, red-lined throughout, and an excellent pedigree. 4to. 9.00" x 7.00" x 3.25". Early brown leather binding. Corners strengthened and professionally rebacked. Spine with 5 raised bands. Family history details of the Fenn family (1777-1823), to the verso of the front board. Later free-endpapers (handmade paper). The book begins with the Book of Common Prayer, which is red-lined and complete except for the title page. Bound with; "The Genealogies..." - Complete. Followed by the Holy Bible, beginning with an engraved general title page. Note to verso of the general title: "The Booke of the Honoured Lady Margery Fortescue Anno domini 1674." 7 preliminary leaves, ending with the contents (including the books of the Apocrypha). The Old Testament ends on Ccc 4b. The Apocrypha ends on Ooo 8b. There is a separate engraved title to the beginning of the New Testament (also dated 1627). Matthew begins on Ppp 2a and ends with Revelation on Gggg 2a. Note to verso of last leaf of Revelation, in a rough contemporary hand: The said bible of Ladiee Elizabeth Courtney, given by her husband Sir William Courteney this day 29th March 1639 [and signed ]Sir William Courtney. Bound with: The Booke Of Psalmes... Company of Stationers, 1628. All Psalms are present, just missing the last leaf of the "Prayers". All pages red-lined, with good margins, and clean roman letter text in double columns. Just light toning to paged edges and margins. A well … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Beckham Books Ltd
2013-05-06 19:46:49
Sidney, Philip, Sir, 1554-1586.
London, Printed by W. S. for Simon Waterson, 1627 [i.e. 1628?]. [8], 676 [i.e. 576], 541-564, 601-624 p. ; folio; 27.5 cm. Signatures: A-3B; 2Y-2Z; 3E-3F. Title in border (McKerrow 224). Title continues: "published, 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 in this copy, is blank. IMPERFECT: MISSING PP. 567-624. (Astrophel and Stella). Replaced with photocopies on dyed paper. From the library of Prof Leicester Bradner (1899-1989). Stock# OB 701. Rebound in full leather in an appropriate design by Dragonfly bindery, George and Pat Sargent
Bookseller: The Owl at the Bridge
2013-05-02 17:59:33
TAVERNIER, Melchior (1564-1641)
[Paris, 1627. Copper-engraved map, insets of polar regions. Scarce first state of Tavernier's separately-issued map of North America, including insets of the Arctic and Antarctic regions.In 1627, Tavernier, the most important mapseller and publisher in France, published a set of the four continents after Bertius, though possibly without his permission. Although crediting Bertius, the map more closely follows the Hondius mapping of 1618, with the completed northwest coast line, similar mapping of the Great Lakes and similar decorative ships and sea monsters (though without the decorative surround). However, unlike the Hondius map, here the southern coast of Tierra del Fuego is completed, as per the Bertius map of 1624. The map was first issued separately, and then issued in Tavernier's Theatre Geographique. The present example is the rare, separately-issued first state; the subsequent issue published after 1640 included additional toponyms, such as "Neuf Amsterdam" (i.e. New York), "Pleymouth", "Accadie" and others.Burden, The Mapping of North America 218; Wagner, Cartography of the Northwest Coast 335.
Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books [United States]
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2013-04-20 10:36:01
Stettler, Michael
Folio. 6 n.n. Bl., 672 S., 10 n.n. Bl.; 4 n.n. Bl., 580 (recte 582) S., 9 Bl. Schlichter Pergamentband der Zeit mit späterem Papierrückenschild. 2 Teile in 1 Band. Haller IV, 443. - Lonchamp 1801. - Erste Ausgabe. - 1631 erschien ein Anhang (S. 581-596, recte 583-598) mit Nachträgen bis 1630 mit einem Kupfertitel. - Vorwort fehlt im 1. Teil Wenige Bl. mit Wasserrand. Letztes Bl. Corrigenda mit einer alt unterlegten Fehlstelle ausserhalb des Textes.
Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein Buchantiquariat
2013-04-20 10:36:01
Ranchin, François
Lyon, P. Ravaud, 1627. Klein-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.
Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein Buchantiquariat [Switzerland]
2013-04-03 08:48:02
Stettler, Michael
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 Anhang erweitert und von der … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Petrej
2013-03-07 05:46:21
SPEED, JOHN:
Handcoloured engraved map. London 1627. 39 x 51 cm. The map was engraved by Abraham Goos for John Speed s Prospect Of The Most Famous Parts Of The World - the first world atlas produced by an Englishman. Like most Speed's maps, it is enlivened by wonderful borders of figures in Persian dress and city views. The English text on the verso has a description of the Persia and its history
Bookseller: Peter Grosell's Antikvariat
2013-02-20 00:08:53
RAIMONDI Eugenio
Il dottissimo passatempo dove si leggono curiosi oracoli, sentenze gravi con precetti et ammaestramenti politici e Christiani pubblicati da antichi e moderni scrittori ne?quali unita si vede tutta la dottrina morale, politica e istorica. In Venetia, appresso Gervasio Anesi, 1627. In fine: Stampato in Venezia nella Stamperia di Gio. Salice. In 8vo; cc. 20n.nn., pp.320. Testate e capilettera. Una illustrazione a piena pagina: ?Ruota notabile del stato humano?. Restauro al margine inferiore del frontespizio e delle prime quattro carte senza mutilazioni. Lievi tracce d?umido a qualche carta. Cart. coevo. Raccolta di motti, aneddoti, detti popolari e massime filosofiche, facezie di gradevole lettura, in veste di scherzo perché intento dell?autore è porgere ?all?egro fortemente languente il vaso della medicina con l?orlo zuccherato della piacevolezza?. BL 17th Century Italian Books, pag. 718; Passano, Novellieri in prosa, pag. 364.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Casella
2013-02-14 15:31:49
Fuller, Thomas
The historical record of one of the most momentous of all English parliaments, leading to the Petition of Right of 1628, arranged chronologically, with much by Coke, Digges, Littleton, Selden, and others reported in the great constitutional debates. Contemporary blind-ruled calf, later unlettered label, one blank defective and laid in, else a very good, clean copy. Printed for John Williams and Francis Eglesfield [etc.], London, 1654.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc.
2013-01-31 10:04:44
PAOLI Antonio.
In Firenze, per Pietro Ceccarelli, 1627, in-8 piccolo. leg. coeva in piena pergamena floscia (controsguardie rifatte), pp. [16], 196, [36]. Ottime condizioni. Molto raro: solo un esemplare censito ad oggi in ICCU (alla Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Roma). Manca al Moreni.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Gozzini
2012-12-27 17:38:33
Mascardi Agostino
Appresso Antonio Pinelli, Venezia ad istanza di Girolamo Pelagallo, 1627. Legatura moderna in mz. pergamena con angoli e titolo oro su tassello dipinto al ds.Timbretto sulla tav. iniziale. Piccole tracce di tarlo marginali, altrimenti bell esemplare. Prima edizione. 8vo (cm. 23,8), 28 cc.nn. compresa antiporta figurata, 403(1) pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Ex Libris ALAI-ILAB/LILA member [Roma, Italy]
2012-11-28 03:30:02
Sebisch, Melchior d.J
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.
Bookseller: EOS Buchantiquariat Benz
2012-07-19 16:37:03
ROSSELL, Juan Francisco.
Imp. Sebastián y Jacobo Matevat. Barcelona, 1627 - y 1629. 30,5 cm. 2 obras: 1 blanca, 12 h., 1296 columnas, 12 pág.+ 2 h. + 11 h. de índice, 1 blanca. (sign. A6-Z6; Aa6-Zz6; Aaa6-Lll6), y 12 fol. (en realidad 14). Texto con apostillas marginales. Portadas ilustradas con un escudo de Barcelona realizado por I. de Courbes, capitales y "culs-de-lampe". Dos obras enc. en un vol. en pergamino. Ejemplar lavado. * La Apologetica invectio de Cañellas es raro, Palau (42851) dice que conocen un ejemplar de la biblioteca del abogado Ramón Serra y Monne, pero más raro es que se encuentre adicionado. Palau 278995. medicina
Bookseller: Libreria anticuaria Farré [Spain]
2012-06-22 16:30:02
SIMLER, Josias - LAET, Johannes, de.
Ex officina Elzeviriana, Lugd[uni] Bat[avorum], 1627. 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. Formato: 359, [10], 535, [16] p., [17] p., 11 cm, perg. Buono, ordinari segni d’uso e del tempo, segni d’uso alla legatura ed alcune sezioni di … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Adige [TRENTO, Italy]
2012-06-22 16:30:02
SIMLER, Josias]
Lugd. Bat. [Leiden]: Ex Officina Elzeviriana, 1627.. 16mo, 508, (17 Index, 1) pp. Engraved title, marbled paste downs, armorial bookplate of Lord Sinclair. Contemporary calf, a.e.g., covers with double gilt rules, cornerpieces and a central rose, gilt phoenix to the foot of the spine with the motto Rinasce Piu Gloriosa ("It rises again more glorious"), spine with some wear and loss to the top. Willems 278. A history of Switzeland first published 1576.
Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop (ABA, ILAB) [Lewes, United Kingdom]
2012-06-16 02:28:46
SPEED John 1551/2-1629
Pope's Head Alley: George Humble, 1627 With all their Civil Wars since the Conquest. Actual Map size 51*37.5 cm, Mounted 63.5*50 cm, 1627 (or later), copper engraving with hand colouring, with decorative cartouche with Royal Coat of Arms, 3 other Coats of Arms, Compass Rose, 32 Rhumb lines and to the bottom left corner an inset with a description of the Battles fought in Ireland, almost 90 sites are marked, each identified by a billboard with a place name and number, 74 in England, 14 in Ireland, (most of Scotland lies outside the map), the Battle sites are shown with opposing Pikemen, although there are 4 with Cavalry, Naval encounters by Masted ships. Speed, John, historian and cartographer, engaged in methodically studying the history of the British people and institutions. Speed participated; through Cotton, he developed an interest in coins, and was responsible for those in Camden's Britannia (1600). Speed was also compiling material for his History of Great Britain with its accompanying atlas volume, The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine. See ODNB for a full Bio. (see Goffart-Genessis of Speed's Battle Maps. Skelton p56/ p212)
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2012-06-10 23:47:48
Wake, Isaac, Sir (1580?-1632)
Oxoniae : Excudebat Iohannes Lichfield Academiae typographus, 1627. Very good copies both bound in [later] aniline calf over marble boards; very impressively finished. Spine compartments and borders in blind with gilt vignette 'Bar De Kinderton Sicill Pet Venables' stamped to front and rear panels. Minor, generalized wear to the bands and panel edges. Remains uncommonly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 238 pages; Physical desc. : [8], 238 p, [18] p. ; 13 cm. Notes: Historiated initials. Title page vignette; head- and tail- pieces; initials and printed marginalia. Subject: Rainolds, John, 1549-1607. James I, King of England, 1566-1625. University of Oxford. Great Britain - History - James I, 1603-1625. Language: Latin. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: MW Books Ltd. [Galway, Ireland]
2012-06-02 10:04:14
BRAMER, Benjamin [INSTRUMENTS / GEOMETRY]
Kassel, 1627. Very rare first and only edition of this separately published broadside, describing an instrument for drawing conic sections invented by one of the most prolific architects and mathematicians of early seventeenth-century Germany. The broadside, dedicated to William, Landgrave of Hessen, as a New Year’s gift on the eve of the year 1628 is divided into three sections. The first contains the dedication to the author’s patron and a brief introduction explaining the need for such an instrument in the fields of optics, mechanics, “and other mathematical guilds.” The central section consists of an engraved plate depicting the instrument with a small inset showing a right and an oblique cone. The bottom third is divided into two columns of text, the first giving instructions for the construction of the instrument, the second describing its use. The broadside could have functioned as an advertisement for the instrument as well as a set of instructions to owners. Bramer’s instrument is essentially an instrument for drawing conic sections. The instrument consists of a vertical structure which is affixed at right angle to a level plane with a circle on it (the base of the cone), with an adjustable arm holding an angled board over the circle. The angle and height at which the board is suspended above it determine the cross section that is to be studied or drawn: in a right cone, the board is parallel to the circle. From the arm, a thin rod juts up marking the point of the cone. The study of conic sections had been a preoccupations of artists as wel … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-05-31 14:10:34
Venne, A. van de.
1627. Landwehr 44a.- Praz S. 300.- Vorhanden u.a. 'Als't diep verloopt/verset men de bakens', 'Als apen hooge klimmen willen/Dan siet man eerst haer naeckte billen', 'Een schip op een zant/een baken in zee' und 'Met een benepen kat is quaet te vechten'. Gewicht in Gramm: 500
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2012-05-22 18:57:15
[Frith, John (partial attrib)]
London: Printed for James Boler and Robert Milbovrne, 1627. [2],43,[1],plate,239,[1],[8];[18],47,[1],[8],12 7,[3];[8],180,[blank]pp. 12mo. 19th century diced calf, spine gilt extra, morocco labels, later neatly rebacked, with much of the original backstrip laid down, a.e.g. With the piscatorial bookplate of Dean Sage, and another. An imperfect copy (see below), properly deaccessioned as an institutional duplicate, with bookplate bearing requisite withdrawal stamps. First collective edition, though parts two through four have separate dated title leaves, paginations and registers. According to the editor's conceit, the original text of the work was found in the belly of a fish. On June 23, 1626, scholar and theologian Dr. Joseph Mede (or Mead) of Christ's College, Cambridge, was walking through Cambridge's market, when a fishwife found a book wrapped in sailcloth inside the stomach of a codfish caught at King's Lynn. These texts were attributed to protestant reformer John Frith (1503-1533), who was imprisoned in a fish- cellar in Oxford and later burned at the stake. "Attributed as a whole to John Frith in part 1, which is sometimes attributed to Thomas Goad. Part 2, 'The preparation to the Crosse and to death,' is a reprint of 'Of the preparation to the Crosse, and to deathe,' 1540 (STC 11393), translated by and sometimes attributed to Richard Tracy as well as to Frith. Part 3, 'A mirrour, or, glasse to know thy selfe' and 'A briefe instruction, to teach a person willingly to die, and not to feare death,' is a reprint of Frith's 'A letter wryten unto the faythful folowers … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-05-19 10:14:52
Simler Josias (et alii)
Ex Officina Elzeviriana, Lugduni Batavorum, 1627. In-24° (112x58mm), pp. 535, (17) di indice e di summa privilegii; legatura coeva p. pergamena rigida con unghie e con titolo, filetti e fregi floreali al dorso. Tagli dorati, sguardie marmorizzate, segnacolo. Frontespizio inciso calcograficamente con la raffigurazione di tre uomini in costumi elvetici. Testatine, capilettera e finalini ornati su legno. Usuali e leggere bruniture, aloni al margine inferiore di numerose pp. mai compromettenti il testo, assolutamente nitido. in buono stato complessivamente. La seconda delle tre edizioni elzeviriane del 1627 riproducenti, con l'aggiunta di alcuni opuscoli complementari, la nota opera del Simler impressa all'origine a Zurigo nel 1576. Contiene: De Republica Helvetiorum libri duo di Josias Simler (p. 26-484) e di Daniel l'Hermite De Helvetiorum, raetorum. (pp. 485 sgg); precedono (p. 5-25) opuscoli di altri autori (Brevis Helvetiae Geographica Descriptio, ex Francisci Guillimanno, Osvvaldo Molitore, & aliis; Helvetiae soli natura, ex Henrico Glareano, & aliis; De fluviis aliquot Helvetiae). Le prime due tirature presentano 535 pp., mentre la terza tiratura reca invece 508 pp. Questa seconda impressione si differenzia dalla prima in quanto reca dei culs-de-lampe alle pp. 4 e 535 nonché alla fine dell'indice. 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 C … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Gilibert Libreria Antiquaria (ILAB-LILA) [Torino, ><, Italy]
2012-05-09 03:42:31
TAVERNIER, Melchior (1564-1641)
[Paris: 1627]. Copper-engraved map, insets of polar regions. 16 x 21 3/8 inches. Scarce first state of Tavernier's separately-issued map of North America, including insets of the Arctic and Antarctic regions. In 1627, Tavernier, the most important mapseller and publisher in France, published a set of the four continents after Bertius, though possibly without his permission. Although crediting Bertius, the map more closely follows the Hondius mapping of 1618, with the completed northwest coast line, similar mapping of the Great Lakes and similar decorative ships and sea monsters (though without the decorative surround). However, unlike the Hondius map, here the southern coast of Tierra del Fuego is completed, as per the Bertius map of 1624. The map was first issued separately, and then issued in Tavernier's Theatre Geographique. The present example is the rare, separately-issued first state; the subsequent issue published after 1640 included additional toponyms, such as "Neuf Amsterdam" (i.e. New York), "Pleymouth", "Accadie" and others. Burden, The Mapping of North America 218; Wagner, Cartography of the Northwest Coast 335.
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2012-05-03 15:25:58
SPEED John 1551/2-1629
Pope's Head Alley: George Humble, 1627 With all their Civil Wars since the Conquest. Actual Map size 51*37.5 cm, Mounted 63.5*50 cm, 1627 (or later), copper engraving with hand colouring, with decorative cartouche with Royal Coat of Arms, 3 other Coats of Arms, Compass Rose, 32 Rhumb lines and to the bottom left corner an inset with a description of the Battles fought in Ireland, almost 90 sites are marked, each identified by a billboard with a place name and number, 74 in England, 14 in Ireland, (most of Scotland lies outside the map), the Battle sites are shown with opposing Pikemen, although there are 4 with Cavalry, Naval encounters by Masted ships. Speed, John, historian and cartographer, engaged in methodically studying the history of the British people and institutions. Speed participated; through Cotton, he developed an interest in coins, and was responsible for those in Camden's Britannia (1600). Speed was also compiling material for his History of Great Britain with its accompanying atlas volume, The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine. See ODNB for a full Bio. (see Goffart-Genessis of Speed's Battle Maps. Skelton p56/ p212)
Bookseller: Madoc Books
2012-05-02 07:09:32
BIRINGUCCIO, VANOCCIO.
A Rouen, Iacques Cailloüe, 1627. 4to. Cont. full vellum. Spine w. a gilt green title-label. Title-page lightly browned and with a small rubberstamp. A few marginal dampstains. One leaf repaired in a corner. A fine, well preserved copy (4), (456), (4) pp. Having 84 large woodcut-illustrations in the text (each ab. 1/3 page large), showing apparatus and equipment for chemistry, mining, fireworks, metallurgy etc. Fourth French edition of this much-quoted work, mainly dealing with metallurgy (as the title in 16th-century Italian meant metallurgy) and all sorts of combustible materials, including fireworks e.g.: chapter IX, The Manner of compounding various incendiary compositions which are commonly called fireworks, chapter X, Methods of preparing fireworks called Girondoles, which were once customarily used in some Tuscan cities for magnificent displays for public Festivities on Solomon Feast Days. "Biringuccio's reputation derives from a single work, his Pirotechnica, published in 1540.As the first comprehensive account of the fire-using arts to be printed, the Pirotechnica is a prime source of many practical aspects of inorganic chemistry. Biringuccio emphasizes the adaptation of minerals and metals to use - their alloying, working, and especially the art of casting, of which he writes in great detail. The Pirotechnia contains eighty three woodcuts, the most useful being those depicting furnaces for distillation, bellows, mechanisms, and devices for boring cannon and drawing wire." (DBS II:142). - Chris Philip. A Bibliography of Firework Books. B 110. [Attributes: Hard Cover … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2012-04-27 11:26:46
Marino, Giovanni Battista
- Venetia, Francesco Baba, 1627. 8vo picc. Perg. ant. muta. 8 cc.nn. (compreso il ritratto inc.), 350 pp., 1 c.nn. - Edizione originale postuma. - Alcune carte leggermente brunite o con leggere fioriture, cambiate le carte di risguardie.
Bookseller: belvederebooks
2012-04-17 09:38:55
GATAKER, Thomas.
London 1627 - London, printed by John Haviland. 1627. Second edition, enlarged.4to (14 x 18cm) [16],416,[4]pp.,title with contemporary signature of one William Roberts, some negligible toning, a very good copy, wholly unsophisticated in original blind-stamped calf, boards panelled in blind, with Shirburn Castle bookplate and discreet pressure stamp. A response by the clergyman and scholarThomas Gataker (1574-1654) to A short and plaine dialogue concerning the unlawfulnes of playing at cards or tables (London, 1593) by James Balmford (b.1556). Gataker defended the use of lots when not used for divination, however he was accused of supporting gambling and was drawn into an ongoing argument with Balmford. The first edition of Gataker’s work was printed in 1619. In response Balmford reprinted his tract in 1623 with further arguments against Gataker.Responding in the same year with a printed defence of his work, Gataker followed with this enlarged edition in 1627. Gataker discusses lotteries and the use of lots, the nature of chance and gambling and “dice-play”, seasoning his arguments with the kind of scholarly use of biblical and classical examples for which he was renowned.Also included is a lengthy investigation of the use of lots for divinatory and magical purposes by witches. STC 11671. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: SAMUEL GEDGE LTD [United Kingdom]
2012-04-14 15:21:41
Calco (Tristán)
Mediolani, apud her. Melchioris Malatestae Impressore Reg. Duc. & Civitatis, 1627. En folio pergamino a la romana, 27 hojas, 471 págs., 4 hojas, frontis y portda grabados. Leves picaduras de polilla en las dos primeros y cuatro últimos folios.
Bookseller: Librería Rodríguez [Madrid, MAD, Spain]
2012-04-12 21:17:27
A Paris chez Jean & Estienne Richer 1627 1A Paris, chez Jean & Estienne Richer, 1627. 3 parties en 1 fort vol. in-8 de (24)-1304-(64) pp., vélin, titre manuscrit sur le dos. Quatrième édition de ce recueil, la première établie et commentée par les deux avocats Pierre Néron et Etienne Girard. Table des édits en tête de l'ouvrage et table des matières par ordre alphabétique à la fin. La deuxième et la troisième partie ont leur page de titre propre. La deuxième partie concerne les édits sur les remontrances du clergé et les édits accordés « à ceux de la religion pretenduë réformée » ; la troisième partie contient les édits sur les aides, tailles, et greniers à sel, et sur les officiers des élections, tailles et gabelles. Bourgeois André, 6262. Bel exemplaire dans sa reliure du temps.
Bookseller: Bonnefoi Livres Anciens [France, Paris]
2012-03-26 09:37:18
Furttenbach, Joseph:
Ulm, Jonam Saur, 1627.. 10 Blätter, 107 Seiten, 1 Blatt Halbleder. Mit gestochenem Titel und 42 (statt 44) Kupfertafeln, davon 2 gefaltet. Es fehlen die Tafeln 8 und 9. Neu in schmucklosem Halbledereinband mit marmorierten Deckeln eingebunden. Seiten mit Rotschnitt versehen. Gestochener Titel und die Tafeln teilweise bis über die Umfassung beschnitten davon wiederum wenige mit geringem Bildverlust. Gefaltete Tafel 19 mit Einriss bis ind Bild, Tafel 18 mit hinterlegten Läsuren im weißen Rand, Tafel 42 mit 2 kleinen Einschnitten. Die Tabelle war ursprünglich gefaltet und versiegelt, verso hier noch das Siegel vorhanden. Die Seiten durchweg gebräunt und sehr gering fleckig, insgesamt in einem sehr sauberen und schönen Zustand! Hier: Erste Ausgabe dieses berühmten Handbuches der Artillerie, des militärischen und des zivilen Feuerwerks. Mit zahlreichen instruktiven Illustrationen, der seltenen Tabelle, einer Erklärung der im Text gebrauchten Zeichen und wie immer mit der eigenhändigen Signatur des Autors! Voller Titel: Halinitro-Pyrobolia. Beschreibung einer newen Büchsenmeisterey. Gründlicher Bericht wie der Salpeter, Schwefel, Kohlen und das Pulver zu preparieren, zu probieren, auch langwierig gut zue behalten. Das Fewerwerck zur kurtzweil und ernst zu laboriren. Dann wie der Poeler das grobe Geschütz und der Petardo zu grobernieren. Ingleichem die Lunden bey Tag und Nachtszeiten sicherlich und ohne gesehen zu tragen etc.- Sampt einer kurzen Geometrischen Einleytung, die weite und hoehe gar gering zu erfahren. Alles aus eygener Experienza... A33b.011
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2012-03-02 22:42:46
Rodrigo da Cunha (1577-1643), Erzbischof von Braga und Lissabon
o.O., o.J. [Braga, 1627-1635]. Portugiesische Handschrift auf Papier, 1 S. auf 1 Bl., c. 31 × 21 cm, Falt- und Knickstellen, altersgebräunt, kleineres Loch durch Tintenfraß. Als Erzbischof von Braga an die Äbtissin des Klosters Nossa Senhora dos Remedios de Braga, der er auf zwei briefliche Anfragen in den Angelegenheiten von Gaspar Colasso, Jeronimo da Cunha, Elena de Azevedo und Ana da Silva Rat und Weisung erteilt.Das Dokument ist ohne Ortsangabe und nicht datiert; da Rodrigo jedoch als "R[odrigo] Arceb[is]po Primaz" signiert, was sich auf die Primatialstellung des Erzbischof von Braga bezieht und die Empfängerin des Briefes dem Erzbischof von Braga unterstand, ist das Dokument ohne jeden Zweifel in Rodrigos Pontifikatszeit zu Braga, d.h. 1627 bis 1635 zu datieren. - Rodrigo da Cunha (1577-1643). Nach seinem Studium des Kirchenrechts in Coimbra wurde der hochbegabte Cunha Inquisitor in Lissabon, danach Bischof von Portalegre (1615-1618), Porto (1618-1626), Erzbischof von Braga (1626-1634) und schließlich Erzbischof von Lissabon (1635-1642). Cunha war ein wichtiger Kirchenreformer und einer der bedeutendsten Verfechter der portugiesischen Unabhängigkeit gegenüber den spanischen Annexionsbestrebungen. Nach wie vor bedeutend sind seine Arbeiten zur portugiesischen Kirchengeschichte; insbesondere seine 'Historia Eclesiastica de Lisboa' (1642) ist aufgrund des dramatischen Quellenverlusts durch das verheerende Erdbeben von Lissabon (1755) ein unverzichtbares Grundlagenwerk geblieben. ***** Very rare Autograph of the Historian of the portuguese archdioceses Braga and Lisbon: R … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat manuscryptum - Dr. In
2012-03-01 21:41:04
Gabriel Richardson
Oxford: Henry Cripps, 1627 An extremely rare and interesting account of European states as they were in 1627. In new full leather binding with raised bands and gilt titles to spine. It is missing some preliminaries including probably the main title page. The title page remaining has had a paper repair and has been much written on over the centuries. There is a clear signature from 1859 but all others have been crossed out. The preface is a dedication from the author to the Bishop of Lincoln. The text is then divided into the 14 books each paginated separately. Books I to III cover England and Wales; Book IIII covers Scotland; V - VII Spain; VIII - X France; XI - XIIII (part) - Germany; and the remainder of XIIII covers Switzerland, Netherland, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Poland, Hungary, Croatia and and Dalmatia. Each book has a woodcut header and a woodcut decoration to the intial letter. There is also woodcut decoration to the ends of sections. The contents are generally clean and bright, although there is some browning to the edge of pages (Book I is particularly affected by this) and occasional spotting. There are occasional old notes in ink.
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2012-02-25 18:11:58
HONDIUS JODOCUS.
Leida, 1627. Incisione in rame, 180x250. Tratta da "Nova et accurata Italiae hodiernae descriptio". Bella pianta del Forte di Fuentes, costruzione militare che domina l'ingresso della Valtellina. Jodocus Hondius, latinizzazione dall'olandese di Joost de Hondt (1563-1612) fu celebre pittore, incisore e cartografo fiammingo. La sua attivit?, continuata dall' omonimo figlio, contribuÏ a fare di Amsterdam il centro della cartografia europea del XVII secolo. Ottimo esemplare. vedutistica.
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini [Verona, VR, Italy]
2012-02-20 09:32:19
Salgado de Somoza Francisco
sumptibus Ludouici Prost : haeredis Rouille, Lugduni 1627 - In folio - pp.1b + pp 12nn + 510 + 80 +1b - Pergamena - Stemma calcogr. del dedicatario inciso da Claude Audran sul frontespizio - Testo in latino - Bruniture alle pagine , piccoli segni di tarlo che talvolta toccano il testo - Libro usato
Bookseller: Antica Libreria Srl
2012-02-14 02:58:30
SPEED, JOHN:
. Handcoloured engraved map. London 1627. 39 x 51 cm. The map was engraved by Abraham Goos for John Speed s Prospect Of The Most Famous Parts Of The World - the first world atlas produced by an Englishman. Like most Speed's maps, it is enlivened by wonderful borders of figures in Persian dress and city views. The English text on the verso has a description of the Persia and its history..
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2012-02-08 08:59:34
Edward Grimeston [Grimstone]; William Crosse
London: Adam Islip, 1627. Second edition. Grimestone's Historie runs from AD806 to 1608, with Crosse's addition taking the history through to 1627. 2 blank leaves, title page, blank verso, dedication (2 pages), 1-57pp, 38-120pp, 133-1272pp (completes Grimestone's Historie), 1273-1588pp (Crosse's AD1608-1627 history, concerning the rule of the Netherlands by Albert and Isabella and then, after Albert's death, by Isabella alone), unpaginated 14 page index, 2 blank endpapers. Although some (approximately 30) pages have been mislabelled by the printers, careful examination of the text (and catchwords at the bottom of most pages) indicates that they are correctly placed. Full-leather covers with bands on spine, gilt titles, marbled page edges. Numerous two thirds page engraved portraits of various historical notables, such as Elizabeth I of England and Robert Dudley, illustrated chapter headpieces and initials. Some rubbing to covers including a small chip to the title label and the spine tail. The engraved title page has some marginal chips and has been attached to what was previously a third front blank endpaper, 35mm closed tear to dedication page, chip (partial loss of page number but no loss of text) to top outer corner of p183-4, 19mm closed tear to bottom margin of p195-6, loss of corner and 4cm closed tear to p367-8 (no loss of text), chip to the bottom margin of the first page of the index. Inobtrusive waterstain to some pages on the first third of the book (see scan for example), but pages generally clean and binding is tight. Small inscription to f … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-01-19 09:08:45
Strada Famiano
sumpt. Iacobi Cardon & Petri Cauellat, 1627. 8vo (cm. 17), 6 cc.nn., 420 pp., 17 cc.nn. Frontis. in rosso e nero. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena con titolo ms. al ds. Lieve ed uniforme ingiallitura della carta altrimenti ottimo esemplare. Sommervogel VII, 1630; Vinciana 3719.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l. [IT]
2012-01-09 12:31:39
MARNIX (Jean de)
Rouen, Jean Cailloüe, 1627.. In-8, plein velin ivoire de l'epoque, (1) f. de titre, (10), 467 p. Important essai de philosophie politique, donnee par Jean de Marnix, ecrivain belge (1580-1631), neveu de Philippe de Marnix de Sainte-Aldegonde. "Les 'Resolutions politiques' de J. de Marnix expriment bien les idees du temps touchant 'l'Art des Arts' : il part de l'evidence 'qu'il y a une science politique' et que cette science est la plus necessaire et la plus difficile ( ). Pour Marnix, ce n'est pas seulement le vieil art de manier le peuple, c'est aussi celui de conduire les evenements ( ). L'ultime fondement de la science politique est le libre arbitre de l'homme : l'existence de Dieu ne supprime pas la responsabilite humaine" (E. Thuau, 'Raison d'Etat et pensee politique', p. 412-413). Les implications de cette doctrine retentiront tout au long du siecle et l'oeuvre de Jean de Marnix connaitra un succes durable en Europe. Petite galerie de vers en marge des p. 463-467, avec atteinte a qqs caracteres des manchettes, qqs aureoles claires. Bon exemplaire, bien relie a l'epoque..
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2012-01-07 08:23:12
Drexel, Jeremias, SJ.
München, Cornelius Leysser (formis Hertsroyanis), 1627. (16), 569, (1) SS. Mit gest., ill. Titel und mehreren ornamentalen Initialen in Holzschnitt. Ohne die Tafeln. Pergamentband der Zeit mit verblaßtem hs. Rückentitel. Bindebänder fehlen. Verblaßter dreiseitiger gesprenkelter Rotschnitt. 8vo. Seltene erste Ausgabe von Drexels vielgedruckter und -übersetzter Untersuchung der menschlichen Willensfreiheit: "The heliotrope emblem sets the theme, treatise on the freedom of the will" (Jantz). "This work [.] is perhaps Drexel’s most important book" (Faber du Faur I, 248). - Durchgehend etwas braunfleckig; der Einband etwas wurmspurig. Ohne die 5 Kupferstiche. International seit 1970 kein Exemplar dieser Ausgabe auf Auktionen nachgewiesen. VD 17, 12:101202Q. De Backer/Sommervogel III, 189, 9. Vgl. Faber du Faur 959 (Ausg. 1630). Jantz 853 (Ausg. 1628). [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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