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2015-11-02 18:50:54
Neander, J. / Baumann, J.N.
"4°, (40)+257+(3) pp.; modern half vellum. Illustrated with frontispiece, portrait of Neander (by W. Delff) and 9 full-page etchings (by M. Brouck) and engravings (by le Blon). Bound together with J.N. Baumann, Dissertatio inauguralis de tabaci, veirtutibus usu et abusu. Bazel, Genathius, 1629. 31 pp. First pages of the Tabacologia mended. Pages browned. the first work with an epilogue in Dutch by Joost v. Ravelingen. B0736.".
Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. VAN DER STEUR
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2015-10-13 21:57:46
(BINDING, Queens' Binder A)
Cambridge: Tho: and John Buck, 1629. First edition of the King James Bible printed at Cambridge. Engraved general title-page. [12], 842, [2, blank] pp., ruled in red ink throughout. Folio. Full red morocco, ca. 1670s, tooled in gilt to an all-over design of interlacing ribbons and small compartments, with small pointillé tools, spine divided by six raised bands into seven compartments, each tooled in gilt with small pointillé tools, by Queens' Binder A (? William Nott), a.e.g. Expertly rebacked and recornered, endsheets renewed to style with comb-marbled paper, engraved title damspatined at margins, large repaired closed tear at upper margin. First edition of the King James Bible printed at Cambridge. Engraved general title-page. [12], 842, [2, blank] pp., ruled in red ink throughout. Folio. The First Cambridge King James Bible, Bound by Queens' Binder A. An attractive and large example of a binding from the workshop of the Queens' Binder A, who was known to have bound three books for Catherine of Braganza. The association of this workshop with William Nott is based on a passage from Pepy's Diary. The binding, which displays elements of the French fanfare style, covers a copy of the first edition of the King James Bible printed in Cambridge, here with the earliest setting of 1 Timothy 16.iv (p. 810 line 3), with "take heed unto thy self, and unto thy doctrine" (for "the doctrine"). Herbert 424; ESTC S107038; Darlow & Moule (Rev. 1968), 424. For Queens' Binder A, cf. Nixon, Restoration, pp. 32-4,nos. 62 & 63; Henry Davis Gift II, nos. 119 & 120
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2015-10-13 19:41:57
Anonym 1818
. Kreide- und Federlithographie. 46,5:37,6 cm. Literatur: Winkler 881.18.- Die in Latein und Deutsch verfaßte Unterschrift erläutert die allegorische Darstellung, die König Midas zeigt, der über den unschuldig Angeklagten Gericht hält. Unwissenheit, Argwohn, Verleumdung, Neid, Schadenfreude und falsche Anklage sind die Beisitzer, während die Wahrheit mit abgewandtem Gesicht flieht: "Der Angeklagte findet kein Gehör, und wird das Opfer blinder Verfolgung, die nichts beweist doch alles beschuldigt."- Die Allegorie bezieht sich wohl auf die Verfolgung des in der Überschrift genannten Münchner Jesuiten Hieronymus Drexel von 1629 und ist wahrscheinlich aus einem aktuellen politischen Anlaß 1818 als Flugblatt erschienen..
Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH
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2015-10-13 19:41:57
Anonym 1818
Kreide- und Federlithographie. 46,5:37,6 cm. Literatur: Winkler 881.18.- Die in Latein und Deutsch verfaßte Unterschrift erläutert die allegorische Darstellung, die König Midas zeigt, der über den unschuldig Angeklagten Gericht hält. Unwissenheit, Argwohn, Verleumdung, Neid, Schadenfreude und falsche Anklage sind die Beisitzer, während die Wahrheit mit abgewandtem Gesicht flieht: Der Angeklagte findet kein Gehör, und wird das Opfer blinder Verfolgung, die nichts beweist doch alles beschuldigt."- Die Allegorie bezieht sich wohl auf die Verfolgung des in der Überschrift genannten Münchner Jesuiten Hieronymus Drexel von 1629 und ist wahrscheinlich aus einem aktuellen politischen Anlaß 1818 als Flugblatt erschienen.
Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH [Oberursel im Taunus, Germany]
2015-10-07 08:03:56
HERODIANUS.:
London: Printed for Hugh Perry at the Harrow in Britaines Burse, 1629.. Relating the strange coniunctures and accidents of state, that happened in Europe, Asia, and Afrike, in the revolution of seventy yeeres. Interlaced with speeches, antiquities, court-passages, prodigies, embassies, sieges, surprizes, battells, conquests, and triumphs. Wherein is also declared the most solemne deification of the Roman emperours and empresses. And the martiall honor and heroicke valor of the ancient southerne and northerne Britans. Interpreted out of the Greeke originall. 1629, in 2 parts, books 1-5 first part and books 6-8 second part, both with their own pagination, small quarto, approximately 180 x 120 mm, 7 x 5 inches, pages: [8], 1-262, [18], 1-96, 99-110, pagination should be: [24], 262, [2]; 1-96, 99-110, signatures b and c have been bound out of order after Kk4 and should be at the front of the volume, the jump from 96 to 99, is in all copies, catch words correct, nothing missing, the pages are complete, our copy collates the same as ESTC. S103999. Rebound in full modern calf, maroon gilt lettered label to spine, extra gilt decoration to spine, blind decoration to covers, new endpapers. Title page soiled, and with a word in pale red ink, following page has pale staining, inner paper hinges cracked, a trimmed copy with slight loss to bottom margin of title page just shaving the date, side notes to Kk4 and b1 which are bound next to each other, have some loss, several small closed tears to margins neatly repaired, not affecting text, 2 corners neatly repaired, not affecting text, ma … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-09-29 07:43:24
(NEGRI CIRIACO Vincenzo )
s. e. 1629 In 8, pp. 10 + 88) + 128 + (16). Cart. coeva. Fresco esemplare. Ed. orig. di questa relazione con documenti inerenti la prima fase della guerra di sucessione del Monferrato. La prima parte riepiloga gli avvenimenti accaduti a partire dalla morte di Vincenzo II Gonzaga sino al marzo 1629. A margine del testo sono collocati i numeri dei documenti ai quali fare riferimento, presenti nella seconda parte. Importante pubblicazione stampata a Francoforte, a sostegno della successione di Carlo I Gonzaga. Questi, appoggiato dalla Francia e avversato da Spagna, Savoia e Sacro Romano Impero, diventera' Duca solo dopo la pace di Cherasco nell'aprile 1631 e a costo di molte disgrazie (Sacco di Mantova). In questa relazione abbiamo una fedele storia di tutto quel lavorio diplomatico, note, contronote, proposte, mediazioni, interventi che misero sottosopra tutti i gabinetti europei e che non poterono comunque impedire la guerra (Intra, Degli storici...., p. 17). Il nome dell'autore si ricava da Melzi, II, p. 426 che lo considera come traduzione in italiano di un'opera latina piu' compendiosa.Quazza, Mantova..p. 297. Vinciana, 824. Nessun es. in ICCU. ITA
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Coenobium
2015-09-20 21:00:11
Coke, Edward
An early edition of the seventh part of the "Reports", containing in its preface Coke's rejoinder to the polemic levelled against his speech and charge at the Norwich assises, and beginning with Coke's famed report of "Calvin's Case". Modern 3/4 calf over marbled boards, some staining, else a good copy with ample margins and the occasional early marginalia; the Taussig copy. Printed [by Adam Islip] for the Societie of Stationers, London, 1629.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2015-09-15 15:17:11
Edward Coke
London: Printed by the Assignes of John More Esquire [etc.], 1629. Contemporary calf, lightly rubbed, label lacking, very clean, with both portraits (of Coke and of Littleton) and the folding table; the Taussig copy One of the five great books of English law, here in its second (and conceivably best) edition, appearing a year after the first, said to have been revised by Coke personally, who had been dissatisfied with the printing of the previous year's edition
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc.
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2015-09-05 10:51:39
MASCARDI Agostino
s. e. 1629 In 4, pp. (8) + 108, bel frontespizio inciso. M. pl. ottocentesca. con nervi al d. Edizione coeva di quella veneziana e di una milanese del Bidelli. Classico della storia genovese che narra la congiura ordita dal Fieschi ai danni di Andrea Doria. Nella fasi iniziali dell'insurrezione, il Fieschi nel cercare di salire su una galea dei Doria cadde in acqua e anneg?, ponendo fine alla congiura. Da questi fatti prese spunto (documentandosi proprio sul Mascardi) il cardinale De Retz per il suo omonimo racconto storico. Vinciana, 788; Brunet, III, 1514; Soprani, p. 7. ITA
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Coenobium
2015-08-26 13:24:57
BERTELLI, FRANCESCO.
Francesco Bertelli, Padova, 1629. Pianta planimetrica della città tratta dal ?Theatro delle Città d?Italia? di Pietro Bertelli, stampato dal figlio Francesco. Incisione in rame, b / n, cm 12,2 x 18,2 circa (alla lastra). .
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Botteghina D'arte G
2015-08-05 09:54:48
NIEREMBERG, Juan Eusebio
Madrid, Alonso Martín, 1629, 19,5x14,5 cm., en pergamino, 4+220 hojas. (Buen ejemplar)
Bookseller: Fábula Libros (Librería Jiménez-Bravo) [MADRID, Spain]
2015-07-19 16:34:10
[Torsellino (or Tursellinus), Orazio. 1545 - 1599].
Coloniæ Agrippinæ: Bernardi Gvalteri, 1629. [4], 504, [66] pp. Printer's device to t.p. 12mo: +2 A - Z12 2A9. Overall VG (minor rubs to extremities).
Bookseller: Tavistock Books
2015-07-15 21:38:26
Malta - Baudoin, J.
. Soly, Paris, 1629. 12 Blatt, 624 S., 14 Blatt, 298 S., 1 Blatt, 14 Blatt, 127 S., 6 Blatt, 41, 66 S. mit 2 gestochenen Titeln, 3 gestochene Titelbordüren und 64 Textkupfer (davon 58 Porträts und 4 Pläne) sowie 1 gestochene Vignette und 1 gestochene Initiale (ohne Karten), Leder-Einband der Zeit, quart, (beschabt und bestoßen/Kapitale mit kleinen Lederausbrüchen/einige Wurmlöcher/teils randfleckig/Karten und Frontispiz fehlen/einige Blätter lose mit kleinen Randläsuren). - Graesse, 1, 3, 12 / Erste Auflage der "Historie de Malta" / Mit einem gestochenen gekrönten Exlibris des "Leopold de Guerines" / Text französisch -
Bookseller: Celler Versandantiquariat, Einzelunterne
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2015-07-14 15:15:13
Coke Edward
Printed [by Adam Islip] for the Societie of Stationers, London 1629 - Modern 3/4 calf over marbled boards, some staining, else a good copy with ample margins and the occasional early marginalia; the Taussig copy An early edition of the seventh part of the "Reports", containing in its preface Coke's rejoinder to the polemic levelled against his speech and charge at the Norwich assises, and beginning with Coke's famed report of "Calvin's Case" [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc., member ABAA
2015-06-22 05:32:55
Cabeo, Niccolo'
Succium 1629 PHILOSOPHIA magnetica in qua Magnetis natura penitua explicanur et omnium quae lapide cernuntur causae propriae afferuntur: nova etiam pyxis construitur, quae propriam poli elevationem, cum suo meridiano ubique demonstrat. (Magnetismo - Eletricità - Ediz. orig. '600). Cabeo, Niccolo' - Ferrariae, Succium, 1629. In - folio, pergamena coeva. (16), 412, (12) pp. con bel frontespizio racchiuso in motivo architettonico inc. in rame e numerose fig. incise in legno n.t. Bell' esemplare della rara edizione originale con un piccolo restauro quasi invisibile nel margine del front. Opera in cui il Cabeo (1586 - 1650) lavorava almeno dal 1617... Egli è in grado di offrire esperienze nuove ed accurate, tali da correggere in più punti il sapere acquisito, e perviene, tra l' altro, a determinare il fenomeno della repulsione elettrostatica... (A. Ingegno in D.B.I., pp. 686 - 88). N. Cabeo...was the girst to observe electrical repulsion on eletricity... (Mottelay, Bibl. history of eletricity, pp. 109 - 10). Poggendorff, I, 355. Riccardi, I, 205 - 6. Ronalds, p. 103. Gliozzi, L' elettrologia fino al Volta, I, pp. 76 - 77. Heilbron, Eletricity in the 17th and 18th centuries, pp. 180 - 83.
Bookseller: Brighenti libri esauriti e rari
2015-06-11 16:40:06
[SCOTTISH IMPRINT]. [Proclamation:]
Printed by the Heirs of Thomas Finlason). First edition.. A few slight smudges and stains in the text; nice copy, with wide margins.. STC 21987; Clough 1629. Small folio, modern black buckram, 22 pages. Decorated initials and borders. A proclamation, addressed to the Scots, of dual importance: the first, in modern parlance, a tax code, spelling out the justification for the collection, who is to be taxed and how and when it is to be collected. And the second, and perhaps most important purpose, is the suggestion by the King that England and Scotland share one church.
Bookseller: The Brick Row Book Shop
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2015-05-31 14:17:32
PALISSY, Bernard de.
First edition, "extremely rare and a book of great importance in the history of chemistry and science in generally... The tenth treatise contains an exposition of Palissy's famous dicosveries in the field of enamels and the ceramic arts" (Duveen). <br/><br/> ❧Norman 1629; Freilich 419 (same copy); Honeyman 2393; (both copies in new bindings); <i>En français dans le texte</i> 72.<br/><br/> "A book of great importance in the history of chemistry, hydrology, geology, and agriculture. Palissy (ca.1509-1589), who is best known for his discovery of the secret of enameling pottery, was far in advance of his time in scientific ideas. 'Palissy shines as a close and accurate observer of natural objects, a man of eminent common sense, and an original and laborious experimenter' (Partington). Toward the end of his life he described his work in the present book, which probably incorporates the lectures he gave in Paris about 1575. It is written in dialogue form between 'Theory' and 'Practice,' and it is always Practice that instructs Theory. Divided into eleven chapters, the book covers metals, alchemy, medicine, salts, precious stones, glass, pottery and ceramics, agriculture, fertilizers, etc. The first edition is an extremely rare book. Ferguson acquired his copy, now in Glasgow University, after many years of search, and wrote on the flyleaf: 'At last, after long, long waiting and watching.' It is one of the very few books in Duveen's collection of which he reproduced the title page in his <i>Bibliotheca Alchemica et Chemica</i>." (Neville, <i>Historical Chemical Library</i>)<br/> … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sophia Rare Books
2015-04-21 14:58:30
MERCADO Luiz De.
Opera completa in cinque tomi raccolti in tre volumi. Testo latino. Cm.34,2x21,4. Pg.2840 complessive. Legature coeve in piena pelle rigida con spellature ai piatti, listati da un filetto in oro. Tasselli con titoli ai dorsi a sei nervature, che presentano rinforzi cartacei agli scomparti. Tagli spruzzati. Abrasioni agli angoli e ai capitelli. Mancano i fogli di guardia. Interni generalmente bruniti, con minime tarlature e aloni che non inficiano il testo. Nel complesso esemplari robusti e ben saldi. Marche tipografiche ai frontespizi, cartigli e capilettera incisi. Piano dell'Opera (così come compare all'inizio del primo volume): Tomo I: 1. De Constitutione corporis humani. 2. De Sanitatis conservatione ac praecautione. 3. De Morbis, eorum signis, causis, symptomatibus, differentiis ac curatione. Tomo II: 4. De recto praesidiorum artis Medicae usu. 5. De Febrium essentia, causis, differentiis, et dignotione. 6. De Pulsus arte et harmonia. 7. De morbi Gallici natura et curatione. 8. De Morbis haereditariis. Tomo III: 9. De Capitis ac vicinarum partium morbis eorumque curatione. 10. De Pectoris, Pulmonis et Cordis morbis eorumque curatione. 11. De Ventriculi et Intestinorum morbis eorumque curatione. 12. De Iecoris, Splenis, renum et vesicae morbis eorumque curatione. Tomo IV: 13. De Mulierum passionibus, morbis ac symptomatibus agit. 14. De virginum et Viduarum passionibus, morbis ac symptomatibus agit. 15. De Sterilium et Praegnantium passionibus, morbis ac symptomatibus agit. 16. De Puerperarum et Nutricum passionibus, morbis ac symptomatibus agit. Tomo V: 17. Consultatio … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Pera
2015-04-10 22:21:47
God
Herbert #424, 1629 Cambridge First Folio, 12"x 8.5" x 2.75",fine binding, Very Good,  Cambridge had begun to print the Bible in the Geneva Version as early as the year 1588 under the charter granted to the University by King Henry VIII in 1534. That charter was the center of many violent attacks, but under it Cambridge printing became so firmly established as to withstand the jealousy of the medieval London stationers and the dangers inseparable from the changing political and religious views of successive sovereigns. The issue of the Authorized Version of the Holy Bible in 1611 was not immediately followed by the printing of this famous Version at Cambridge. For awhile Barker, the printer to the King, was responsible for every copy printed, and his first folio edition of 1611 was looked upon as the only available standard of the text as it came from the Translators. But this first folio of 1611 was known to contain many serious misprints, some of which were corrected in the second folio edition of the same year; and in this second folio a number of fresh errors occurred. It became quite obvious as time went on that if the production of Bibles were left to a printer uncontrolled by any learned body, however excellent such printer might be from the purely technical point of view, the risk of degrading the work of the Translators would be very great. At Cambridge, steps were taken to collate the various issues and, with the aid of scholars of the University, some of whom had probably taken part in the actual work of the 1611 translation, to set up a new and authoritative stan … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-04-06 20:30:26
Richter, Christian (1587 Altenburg -Weimar 1667)
Radierung, 1629, auf Bütten. 11,7:17,8 cm. Literatur: Nagler aus 2; Nagler, Monogrammisten, II, 587. Hier werden Richters Radierungen als ?Seltene Blätter? bezeichnet; Andresen 9. ? Vorzüglicher nuancenreicher Abdruck, auf die Plattenkante geschnitten. Etwas fleckig, minimale Beschädigung im Rand links unten. Provenienz: Sammlung Fürst zu Liechtenstein; C.G. Boerner, Düsseldorf; Rheinische Privatsammlung. Christian Richter, Stammvater der weitverzweigten Weimarer Künstlerfamilie Richter, war hier als Hofmaler tätig.
Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH [Oberursel im Taunus, Germany]
2015-04-04 09:36:41
Bilger Johannes (Ps.:) Viator Johannes
. . VD 17 12:107037N - vgl. Hohenemser 5375 (Ausg. Augsburg).- Einer von 3 bekannten Drucken im Jahr der Erstausgabe.- Geschichte des Dreißigjährigen Krieges bis zum Restitutionsedikt von 1629, dem Höhepunkt der Gegenreformation, aus katholischer Sicht.- Vorsatzbl. u. Kupfertitel mit kleiner Wurmspur u. geringem Bildverlust, Ebd. etw. fleckig, sonst sauberes Exemplar.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller
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2015-03-29 19:19:58
A Paris: chez Nicolas Rousset, Libraire en la grand salle du Palais, du cost� de la Cour des Aydes,1629. A Paris: chez Nicolas Rousset, Libraire en la grand salle du Palais, du costé de la Cour des Aydes,1629. Octavo. 79, [i]pp. A4-K4. First edition. Blue paper wrappers. I have been able to trace only one copy of this 1629 edition; the one in the Bibliotheque Municipale de Lyon. There seem to be less than six copies of the 1655 edition, and none of them are in the US..
Bookseller: Sam Gatteno Books [Grosse Pointe, MI, U.S.A.]
2015-03-08 09:54:14
Valboa Mogrovejo, Ioanne.
Antonio de Figueroa,, Salamanca. 1629 - Tipographia Antoniae Ramirez.Sive aniversariae relections ad titulos libri secundi descretalium. Portada a dos tintas con grabado de la Beatissimae et Sanctissimae Virgini Mariae. Enc. Pergamino flex. mans. en lomo. Ejemplar muy raro en buen estado. Latín. 99 pág. 29,5 x 19,5cm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Canuda
2015-03-03 15:29:43
Thucydides, [Thomas HOBBES, translator]
London: Imprinted for Hen: Seile, 1629. First edition, first issue (dated 1629). Engraved title by Thomas Cecill, 4 (of 5) engraved plates, lacking first folding plate. A4 a-c4 (signature b bound in error before a) B-3Y4 3Z6 (final leaf blank). Folio. Modern full dark green morocco, red morocco spine labels. Contemporary owner's inscription on title ("John Marsham") with his notes on verso of title and intermittently throughout margins of text, with some underling and marks to text. The first issue of Thomas Hobbes' translation of Thucydides. In 1634, the printer Henry Seile sold off the remainder of this edition to Richard Mynne, who issued the text with a cancel title page; a third issue is dated 1676.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller
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2015-01-28 17:36:02
PARKINSON, John.:
[Printed by Humfrey Lownes and Robert Young at the signe of the Starre on Bread-Street Hill], 1629.and an orchard of all sorte of fruitbearing trees and shrubbes fit for our land together with the right orderinge planting & preserving of them and their uses & vertues collected by Iohn Parkinson apothecary of London. FIRST EDITION FIRST ISSUE 1629 (with "amend" at the end of line 4 on A1r), imprint from colophon, small folio, bound in sixes, approximately 310 x 200 mm, 12¼ x 8 inches, LACKING WOODCUT PICTORIAL TITLE PAGE, now supplied in facsimile, present are a portrait of the author (**6v) and 110 full page woodcut illustrations, 3 smaller illustrations in the text, some decorated initials and headpieces, pages: [12], 1 - 612, plus 16 pages of Index, the last leaf is a facsimile. Collation: **6, A - 3F6, 3G2 ( - 3G2, now supplied in facsimile on rather thick stock), rebound in full leather, blind rules to covers, gilt lettered red morocco label, all edges speckled blue, pale blue endpapers. Spine has dark uneven patches, covers lightly scratched and very slightly marked, 1 tiny scrape on upper cover next to spine, margins to **2 slightly dusty and 2 small palish stains in top margin persisting to **6, tiny stain and 1 ink word in fore - edge margin, a little very pale staining to **5 - A3, no loss of text, not affecting image on **6v, occasional small ink splashes, smudges and pale staining. 7 pages at the begining have underlining, none affecting text or images, a little ink marginalia otherwise mostly very clean, 1 tiny corner torn off N3, not affecting image, 3F4 - 3G1 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.
2015-01-28 17:36:02
PARKINSON, John.:
[Printed by Humfrey Lownes and Robert Young at the signe of the Starre on Bread-Street Hill], 1629.. and an orchard of all sorte of fruitbearing trees and shrubbes fit for our land together with the right orderinge planting & preserving of them and their uses & vertues collected by Iohn Parkinson apothecary of London. FIRST EDITION FIRST ISSUE 1629 (with "amend" at the end of line 4 on A1r), imprint from colophon, small folio, bound in sixes, approximately 310 x 200 mm, 12¼ x 8 inches, LACKING WOODCUT PICTORIAL TITLE PAGE, now supplied in facsimile, present are a portrait of the author (**6v) and 110 full page woodcut illustrations, 3 smaller illustrations in the text, some decorated initials and headpieces, pages: [12], 1-612, plus 16 pages of Index, the last leaf is a facsimile. Collation: **6, A-3F6, 3G2 (-3G2, now supplied in facsimile on rather thick stock), rebound in full leather, blind rules to covers, gilt lettered red morocco label, all edges speckled blue, pale blue endpapers. Spine has dark uneven patches, covers lightly scratched and very slightly marked, 1 tiny scrape on upper cover next to spine, margins to **2 slightly dusty and 2 small palish stains in top margin persisting to **6, tiny stain and 1 ink word in fore-edge margin, a little very pale staining to **5-A3, no loss of text, not affecting image on **6v, occasional small ink splashes, smudges and pale staining. 7 pages at the begining have underlining, none affecting text or images, a little ink marginalia otherwise mostly very clean, 1 tiny corner torn off N3, not affecting image, 3F4-3G1 (indexes) … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-01-03 14:03:57
GRATIANUS Stephanus.
Opera completa in cinque volumi, cui ne sono aggiunti due ulteriori, contenenti le "Decisiones Rotae Provinciae Marchiae ...." e il "Repertorium, seu clavis rerum notabilium ....". Testo latino su due colonne. Cm.31,7x22. Pg.(28), 488, (56); (36), 572, (100); (52), 780; (36), 556, (88); (36), 578, (58). Buone legature in mz.pergamena con titoli manoscritti ai dorsi a cinque nervature. Piatti marmorizzati. Frontespizi con marca tipografica giuntina impressa. Cartigli e capilettera ornamentali. Mancano i frontespizi ai tomi I, III, VI e VII. Piano dell'Opera: 1) "Tomus primus. In quibus, quae in controversiam quotidie veniunt secundum doctorum receptas sententias, & veram praxim praecipue Sacrae Rotae Romanae definiuntur"; 2) "Tomus secundus. In quo continentur definitiones variarum quaestionum in iure canonico, & civili quotidie occurrentium iuxta communes, et approbatas doctorum sententias, ac receptam & veram praxim, praecipuae Sacrae Rotae Romanae. Nunc primum Venetijs editus cum duplici indice ..."; 3) "Tomus tertius. In quo praeter explicationes quaestionum ad utrumque ius pertinentium, quae iuxta praxim Sacrae Rotae Romanae, scriptorumque nobilium doctrinam traduntur, multa etiam tractantur necessaria uberiori cognitioni eorum, quae reliquis tomis antea editis sunt definita. Quae omnia, non antehac Venetijs excusa, cum Indicibus Rerum & Argumentorum prodeunt in lucem"; 4) "Tomus quartus. In quo praeter varias, et quotidianas controversias ad utrumque ius spectantes, iuxta celebres doctorum sententias, & Sacrae Rotae Romanae authoritatem, & observantiam definitas, multa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Pera
2014-12-27 15:31:12
STEPHANIUS, JOH.:
. Leyden: ex officina Elzeviriana 1629. Med stukket titelblad. 12mo. (14) + 510 + (2) s. SamtIdigt helpergament. Bind med ormehuller. With engraved titlepage. Contp. full vellum. Some wormholes. * First edition. Contains besides the description of Denmark, Norway and Schlewig-Holstein, a chapter especially dedicated to king Christin IV and Arngrimur Jonsson's description of Iceland. <br>Willems 320. Bibl. Dan. II,597. Fiske I,551. Skougaard III,142. Thesaurus 666..
Bookseller: Peter Grosell, Antiquarian Bookseller
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2014-12-16 11:14:00
HORATIUS.
Leiden (Lugd. Batav.), Ex Officina Elzeviriana, 1629. 12mo. 3 parts in 1: (XXXII),239,(1 blank); 296 (recte 286); 250,(4 blank) p. Vellum 13 cm The best and most complete Horace edition of Heinsius (Ref: Willems 314: 'cette édition d'Horace est jolie, et les exemplaires bien conservés se vendent assez cher'; Schweiger 2,403: 'Beste Ausgabe von Heinsius. Sehr sauber, in vollständigen Exx. höchst selten; cf. Dibdin 2,97/98; Berghman 2069: 'Édition jolie et recherchée'; Rahir 285; Copinger 2396; Graesse 3,353; Ebert 10179) (Details: 5 thongs laced through the joints. Engraved main title in front, and 2 separate titles; the first, which is bound after the 32 preliminary leaves, bears the date 1628, the second title, which is bound at the beginning of the last volume, is dated 1629. Both titles bear identical woodcut printer's marks, they depict an old man who stands in the shade of a vine-entwined elmtree, thus symbolising the symbiotic relationship between scholar and publisher. The motto is enigmatic: 'Non solus' (not alone), probably indicating the interdependence of publisher and scholar. Our copy matches the copy of Willems, except that the last blank leaf is lacking) (Condition: Cover slightly soiled and scratched; name on the upper margin of the title; bookplate on the front pastedown) (Note: The works of the Roman poet Quintus Horatius Flaccus, 65-8 B.C., have enjoyed a continuous presence in European culture. His memorable phrases made him the most quoted ancient author. Till well into the 20th century he stood central in school curricula. Earlier, in the Middle Ages, … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-12-02 18:39:40
Tacitus, Cornelius
No Publisher Stated, 1629, Hardcover, Book Condition: Fair Condition. Minor markings on front endpaper. Size: 32mo - over 4" - 5" tall. 539 pp. Text is in Latin. Pages are yellowed and wrinkled, but are tight and clean. Has some curled corners. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 pound. Category: Antiquarian & Rare; Non-English Language::Latin; Latin Language; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 001333.
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2014-11-28 16:11:43
SEYYID YAHYÂ, Ziyâ ed-dîn.
WorldCat (1 copy). First printed edition of a Turkish commentary on the great Persian scholar Ibn Sina (Avicenna) (ca. 980-1037), best known for his pioneering medical works, by Ziyâ ed-dîn Seyyid (or Seyyit) Yahyâ (died a.h. 1039 [= 1629/30]). It was printed at Cairo in the Islamic year 1256 (1840/41). Another edition appeared at Istanbul in 1264 (1847/48).Princeton University Library has a copy of the present edition and the 1847/48 edition, the former scanned on Hathi Trust. WorldCat lists the Princeton original and the Hathi Trust scan together in one entry, but from the catalogues of the other libraries listed it would appear that none of them has a copy of the original. With a small round owner's or library stamp on the initial blank page, difficult to make out, but probably Turkish. With an occasional minor smudge or spot, but otherwise in very good condition. The binding is rubbed, the spine tattered and the endpapers water stained. First edition of a very rare, early 17th-century Turkish commentary on Avicenna.
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2014-11-21 09:12:49
Pemble, William
London, Humphrey Lownes, for I. Bartlet 1629. (12, 27) 262 (8) p. Rebound half Leather with ribbed back and decorated with stamps, 4° (some pages are fixed at the lower margins because of wormholes, at some places affecting the text. William Pemble c.1592-1623, was a puritan divine, born as a son of a clergyman. His father was poor, and his education was provided for by John Barker. After his graduation he removed to Magdalen Hall, where he became reader and tutor. He proceeded M.A. on 9 June 1618, took orders, and was made divinity reader of Magdalen Hall, a post which he filled with great distinction, being an able exponent of Calvinism, and famous as a preacher. He was loyal to the Anglican church, though anxious that the terms of conformity should be made easier to his party. His aquirements in various branches of learning were very remarkable. It would seem that his labours and studies exhausted his strenght and shortened his days. Pemble's works were all posthumous, edited and published by his friends.).
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2014-11-21 09:12:49
Pemble, William
Oxford, John Lichfield, for Edward Forrest 1629. (8) 248 (8) p. Rebound Leather with ribbed back and richly decorated with stamps, 4° (William Pemble c.1592-1623, was a puritan divine, born as a son of a clergyman. His father was poor, and his education was provided for by John Barker. After his graduation he removed to Magdalen Hall, where he became reader and tutor. He proceeded M.A. on 9 June 1618, took orders, and was made divinity reader of Magdalen Hall, a post which he filled with great distinction, being an able exponent of Calvinism, and famous as a preacher. He was loyal to the Anglican church, though anxious that the terms of conformity should be made easier to his party. His aquirements in various branches of learning were very remarkable. It would seem that his labours and studies exhausted his strenght and shortened his days. Pemble's works were all posthumous, edited and published by his friends. Behind page 248 a table of contents concerning another book).
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2014-11-20 11:47:26
Melanchthon, Philippus
Arnhem, Jan Janssen 1629. Vermeerderde uitgave, 7 stukken in 5 delen in 1 band, (16) 770 (5), (6) 324 (4) p. Origineel Perkament met ribben, Folio (mooi exemplaar, met gegraveerde titelpagina. Het 5e tot en met het 7e boek heeft een eigen titelpagina met een voorwoord van Pieter Bor, de bekende historieschrijver. Bovenkant rug gerestaureerd).
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2014-11-15 02:10:04
N.N.
Antwerpen, Plantijn (Antverpiae, ex officina Plantiniana Balthasaris Moreti) 1629. 637 (3), 192 p. Contemporary Vellum, 12° (Two parts in one volume of the Small Vulgate Bible printed by the Plantin-Moretus office. Contains: 1 and 2 Samuel, Maleachi, 1 and 2 Paralipomenon (Chronicles), Esdra, Tobias, Judith, Esther and Job).
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2014-11-11 09:20:39
Robert Dallington; Guicciardini
Robert Allot, London, 1629, Full-Leather, Book Condition: GoodFull Book Title: Aphorismes Civill and Militarie : Amplified with Authorities, and Exemplified with Historie, Out of the First Quarterne. A Brief Inference Upon Guicciardines Digression, in the Fourth Part of the First Quaterne of His Historie, Forbidden the Impression. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall, 339pp + 61pp, 3 blank endpaper leaves at front and back. The full title of the second part of the book is "A Brief Inference Upon Guicciardines Digression, in the Fourth Part of the First Quaterne of His Historie, Forbidden the Impression, and Effaced out of the Original by the Inquisition". Full-leather covers, spine with bands and titles. The front cover is detached, spine heavily rubbed, some cracks to back spine joint. Internally there is a Newbattle Abbey Library sticker on front stuckdown (no other library marks on book, book came from the estate of a private individual), original stuckdowns quite ugly, creasing and missing top quarter to front free endpaper, inked initials on first two endpapers, armorial bookplate of Marquis of Lothian on back of third front endpaper, toning to margins of blank endpapers. The internal pages are clean and untoned, with woodcut decoration to the letter at the start of each aphorism. Though the covers need some work, the internal pages are in very good condition. 1.05kg.
Bookseller: Mayger & Mayger Pty Ltd
2014-11-10 16:53:32
Ribier, Jacques (?-1636)
Chez Sebastien Cramoisy, ru? Sainct-Jacques, aux Cicognes., 1629, Vellum, Book Condition: Tr?s Bonne Condition, Premi?re ?ditionSize: 17cm x 22cm, 2 livres en un. Discours sur le Gouvernement (1630): (2ff, Page-Titre, Privil?ge) - 54 pages - (1ff); Memoires et Advis (1629): (2ff, Page-Titre, Privil?ge) - 90 pages. Reliure us?e et l?g?rement souill?e, mais encore tr?s solide. Les pages int?rieures du premier volume sont en tr?s bonne condition, propres et solides. Dans le 2e volume (Memoires et advis), il y a un trou de ver sur une vingtaine de pages. Le trou de ver touche tr?s l?g?rement quelques lettres sans en affect? du tout la lecture, une restauration a ?t? faite. Autrement, les pages int?rieures du 2e volume sont en bonne condition et solide. TR?S RARE!!! Photos disponible sur demande. ENGLISH Description available upon request. // "Jacques Ribier, fut conseiller d'?tat, lieutenant g?n?ral et pr?sident au pr?sidial de Blois, auteur des M?moires de son nom depuis 1537 jusqu'en 1580. Son p?re ?tait Michel Ribier, lieutenant particulier ? Blois et sa m?re, Marguerite P?rault. Il fut re?u conseiller au Parlement de Paris s?ant ? Tours le 31 mai 1591, puis conseiller d'Etat, il fit aussi un livre sur la charge des chanceliers, et d'un autre sur les monarchies et principaut?s. Il mourut en 1636. Il avoit ?pous? Fran?oise Alleaume, morte le juillet 1644, fille de Nicolas Alleaume, seigneur de Plancy, conseiller au Parlement de Paris, et d'Antoinette du Vair. Il a eu 6 enfants.", Livre
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2014-11-10 15:32:26
Laet, Joannes de
Lugd. Batav.: Ex officina Elzeviriana, 1629.
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2014-11-04 16:07:00
N.N.
Antwerpen, Plantijn (Antverpiae, ex officina Plantiniana Balthasaris Moreti) 1629. (engraved titlepage) 729 p. Contemporary Vellum, 12° (nice copy, the first volume of the Small Vulgate Bible printed by the Plantin-Moretus office. Contains: Genesis, Exodi, Levitici, Nvmer, Devteron, Iosve, Ivdicvm and Rvth).
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2014-11-02 23:58:32
ALPINI, P.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2014-11-02 23:58:32
ALPINI, P.
Venezia, G. Gueriglio, 1629. 4to (195 x 141 mm). pp. (xvi), 344, including engraved title and 145 full-page engravings. Contemporary vellum. Second edition, the first was published in 1627. Prospero Alpini (1553-1616) was director of the Botanic Gardens at Padua (1603-1616). "The material for the 'De plantis exoticis', which was published posthumously, also derived from Alpini's travels. With Onorio Belli he carefully studied the flora of Crete. Information on plants from other areas was later incorporated into the manuscript, which was edited by his son Alpino and completed in 1614. Data concerning some of these plants were obtained by examining specimens grown from seeds sent to Alpini. A total of 145 plants, each illustrated by a woodcut (incorrect should be engraving!), formed a notable contribution to Mediterranean floristics. This is especially true of the flora of Crete, many of whose plants were described for the first time. The accuracy of Alpini's descriptions was demonstrated by A. Baldacci and P.A. Saccardo, who identified seventy-one of the eighty-five Cretan plants on which he reported" (DSB). Title page with small paper repair, some insignificant paper repair to a few leaves with no loss of text.Provenance: Bookplate of Edmond Bonnet French botanist and The Horticultural Society of New York, bequest Kenneth K. Mackenzie 1934.Hunt 213; Nissen BBI, 21.
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2014-10-15 20:22:19
Bacon, Francis, Viscount St Alban
London: printed for I.H. & R.Y, 1629. SECOND EDITION. 1 volume, folio, (2)248pp.(5), clean and bright throughout. Bound in contemporary full sheep over cords, expertly rebacked in matching leather, gilt lettered black leather spine label, overall VERY GOOD. The second edition is the first to contain an index table not present in the first edition. Produced by Bacon after his 1621 impeachment by Parliament, and considered a high-spot of Renaissance historiography. This is the only historical literary endeavor of Bacon. When Baconians are confronted with their disbelief in Shakespeare they point out the from 1377 to 1547 there were eight kings of England and all make their appearance in ShakespeareÆs plays with but one exception, and that is, Henry VII. Besides, Bacon commences his History of Henry the VII where Shakespeare terminates his Richard III, that is, on Bosworth Field. It has further been pointed out that this work can easily fall into blank verse, though written in prose.
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2014-10-14 17:09:23
Pemble, William (1592?-1623)
London: Printed by R. Young for John Bartlet, at the signe of the gilt Cup in Cheape-side, 1629. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good. 8vo. [8], 165 pp. including full-page woodcut plate bound as frontispiece (intended to be placed between pp. 50/51). COLLATION: A-Y4, without the final blank leaf, otherwise COMPLETE. Provenance: blindstamps of the now-defunct Theological Institute Connecticut (from thence to Case Memorial Library, with ink-stamp). Attractive recent half calf antique, marbled boards, five raised bands on spine, compartments gilt, red morocco label in the second. First Edition of this highly curious Elizabethan theological work, illustrated with a strange and wonderful woodcut of the "Vision of the Golden Candlestick" (Zech. 4). Rare on the market: this is the only copy known to us in private ownership; the last copy on the market was defective (sale at Sotheby's London on May 6, 1974, lot 73 - to Maggs). <br/><br/> This interpretation of Zechariah (I-IX) is perhaps Pemble's final work: "He died in the flower of his age, as he was making his lectures on the prophecy of Zechariah (finishing but nine chapters of fourteen)... of a burning fever" (SOURCE: Fuller, History of the Worthies of England, vol. 3, p. 258). Published posthumously, as were all Pemble's works, through the offices of former tutor Richard Capel, who edited this work and signed the preface. "He appears to have been a good Hebrew scholar, and employs his learning very advantageously, particularly in expounding the book of Zechariah" (SOURCE: Orme, Bibliotheca Biblica, p. 345). <br/><br/> "Pe … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Michael Laird Rare Books LLC [Lockhart, TX, U.S.A.]
2014-10-08 00:10:42
Edward Coke, Sir; Thomas Littleton, Sir
London : Printed by the assignes of John More, Esquire, 1629-01-01. Hardcover. Good. 4to. [10] 395p. [70] pages, 3 pl, : portraits, folded chart ; 28 cm. Bound in late 19th century diced leather. Gilt lettering on spine. 5 raised bands. Good binding and cover. Wear to extremities. Several owners names on FEP. Repair to edge of FEP. Front board starting. Clean, unmarked pages with tanning and toning. Contemporary notation to margins on a few pages. This is an oversized or heavy book that requires additional postage for international delivery outside of Canada and the US. S&M 1:449(7); STC 15785; ESTC S113341 <br><br>The Institutes of the Lawes of England are a series of legal treatises written by Sir Edward Coke. They were first published, in stages, between 1628 and 1644. Widely recognized as a foundational document of the common law, they have been cited in over 70 cases decided by the Supreme Court of the United States, including several landmark cases. For example, in Roe v. Wade (1973, Coke's Institutes are cited as evidence that under old English common law, an abortion performed before quickening was not an indictable offence. In the much earlier case of United States v. E. C. Knight Co. (1895, Coke's Institutes are quoted at some length for their definition of monopolies.
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