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        ISTORIA ò breuissima relatione DELLA DISTRVTTIONE dell?Indie Occidentali

      - DI MONSIG. REVERENDISS. Don Bartolomeo dale Case, ò Casaus, Siuigliano dell? Ordine de? Predicatori; & Vescouo di Chiapa Città Regale nell? Indie. CONFORME AL SVO VERO ORIGINALE Spagnuolo, già stampato in Siuiglia. Tradotta in Italiano dall? Eccell. Sig. Giacomo Castellani già sotto nome di Francesco Bersabita. IN VENETIA Presso Marco Ginammi. M DC XXX. [1630] In 4.º de 20x14 cm. com [xvi], 150, [ii] pags. Encadernação da época em pergaminho flexível. Terceira edição espanhola (a primeira foi publicada em 1552) e segunda italiana (a primeira foi publicada em 1626). Edição bilingue castelhano-italiano traduzida para italiano por Giacomo Castellani. Impressão a duas colunas adornada com bela marca tipográfica gravada na folha de rosto, vinhetas e capitulares. Obra fundamental para a história da colonização hispânica da América. Las Casas foi o primeiro autor a relatar as chacinas dos conquistadores e a defender os direitos dos índios americanos, fundando o conceito a que atualmente chama-mos direitos humanos. Esta obra foi muito divulgada e publicada (de forma interesseira) em países europeus que não descobriram a América, mas que mais tarde a colonizaram. Second Italian edition after the first was printed in 1626 in Venice and with the translation by Giacomo Castellani. Contemporary full vellum binding. Text in Italian and Spanish print in two columns. Second Italian edition the first was published in 1626 and the third Spanish edition the first was published in 1552. «This is one of the most gruesome books ever written, and one of the boldest works that ever issued from the press. It gives a short account of the cruelties of the Spaniards in each of the colonies, including Jamaica, Trinidad, Florida, Rio de la Plata and Peru.» Graesse, p. 60-61. Sabin 11243. Palau 46955. Brunet ne cite que l'édition de 1630. Location/localizacao: 5-3-D-7

      [Bookseller: Livraria Castro e Silva]
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        Patent of Nobility (Carta Ejecutoria de Hidalguia) for Gabriel Sanchez Palacios, citizen of Ocana, Madrid, 3 July 1630

      Spain: np. 1630. Hardcover. Very Good. Patent of Nobility (Carta Ejecutoria de Hidalguia) for Gabriel Sanchez Palacios, citizen of Ocana. Madrid, 3 July 1630. 8 leaves of text and 2 hand colored miniatures (kneeling saint and a coat of arms). 8 x 12.5 inches. Text in a calligraphic italic hand. LAST LEAF OF TEXT SIGNED BY KING PHILIP IV. Green velvet with remnants of red silk ties; velvet worn along edges. Small labels from a private library on the front blank pages and front cover. Inner hinges cracked, but text is secured by ties. Very slight waving to pages. Miniatures in excellent condition. Digital images available upon request.

      [Bookseller: Caliban Books ABAA-ILAB]
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        Por Don Juan Fernando Pizarro, Señor de la Villa de Zarca, Alferez mayor de la ciudad de Truxillo? bisnieto y heredero del marques don Francisco Pizarro? Discurso en que se muestra la obligacion que su magestad tiene? a cunplir y mandar executar la merced

      Rare memorial defending the rights of the Pizarro family, as conquerors of Peru. S.a. (c.1630). S.l. In 4to (296 mm x 197 mm). 8 ff. + 80. Recent cloth binding, spine with lettering piece. Some minor foxing, wide margined, a fine copy.First edition. A very rare memorial justifying the Pizarro?s claim to the title of Marquis and vassals, promised to him by Charles V for his achievements and conquest of Peru; written by Fernando Pizarro y Orellana, known for his Varones Ilustres del Nuevo Mundo (1639) and allegedly a descendant of Francisco Pizarro himself. The memorial is well prepared and documented, filled with historical information supporting the claim. Extremely rare, no copy sold at auction in over 50 years and only a handful of copies in institutions.Sabin, 63188. OCLC, 504164423 ?only calling for 80 ff.

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        Historiae Danicae. Libri III In Quibus Res commemorantur gestas a Christiano I; ac Ioanne, eius filio: nepote Christiano II. Cum gratia privilegio Junto a De conventu Caesaris Ferdinandi II cum quibusdam imperii ele storibus ratisbonae celebrato .

      Ioach Moltkenium Bibliopolam ibidem Londini Excubedat Typographi Butter Nich, Hafniae 1630 - pergamino bien conservado . . 272 págs.

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        PRIMERA PARTE DE LOS ANALES DE ARAGÓN que prosigue los del Secretario Gerónimo Zurita desde el año MDXVI

      Juan de Lanaja, Zaragoza 1630 - Folio. Frontis grabado al cobre por José Vallés, 14 hojas, 1128 págs., 20 hojas índice. Texto a doble columna, con ladillos. Pleno pergamino, lomo rotulado. Cortes tintados. Leve señal de óxido en el margen inferior derecho de las primeras páginas. Importantísimo texto historiográfico, continuación de la obra más insigne de la historiografía española, los "Anales de la Corona de Aragón" de Jerónimo Zurita, que publica 50 años después el Cronista del Rey y canónigo de la iglesia Metropolitana de Zaragoza, el P. Argensola, quien retoma la historia donde la cesó el Zurita, el año 1516, con la última enfermedad y muerte de Fernando el Católico, y acaba el ejemplar con la coronación en 1520, en Aquisgrán, del emperador Carlos V. Argensola anuncia: "de los cinco libros que ha de llevar cada parte está impreso el primero"; es el que ahora se presenta, y el único que se llegó a publicar. (Palau, 16097). Historia de Cataluña. Corona de Aragón. Historia de España. History of Catalonia. Crown of Aragon. History of Spain.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Studio]
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        Persio tradotto in verso schiolto

      Rome: Mascardi, 1630. First Book to Contain Images of Organisms Viewed through the MicroscopeStelluti, Francesco (1577-1652). Persius (34-62 A.D.). Persio tradotto in verso schiolto e dichiarato da Francesco Stelluti Accad. Linceo da Fabriano . . . 4to. [24, including engraved title by Matthaeus Greuter], 218, [20]pp. Text engravings, including full-page image of the parts of a bee observed with the aid of a microscope (p. 52). Rome: Giacomo Mascardi, 1630. 210 x 150 mm. Limp vellum c. 1630, title in ink on spine. Minor dampstains throughout, light toning and occasional foxing, but very good.First Edition of the First Book to Contain Images of Organisms as Viewed through the Microscope. The book?s striking full-page image of a magnified bee (p. 52), showing minute details of the antennae, legs, sting, head and tongue, ?still has the capacity to arouse the wonder of modern experts? (Freedburg, p. 189). On page 127 is a smaller illustration of a magnified grain weevil, including a detail of the tip of the insect?s snout and mandibles.These remarkable scientific images are found, oddly enough, in Francesco Stelluti?s translation of the works of the Latin poet Persius, dedicated to the powerful Cardinal Francesco Barberini in an attempt to gain the Cardinal?s patronage for the Accedemia dei Lincei. The ?Academy of Lynxes,? one of Europe?s first scientific societies, had been founded by Stelluti, Federico Cesi and Johannes Eck in 1603; Stelluti?s edition of Persius was intended for the most part as a means for advertising the Accademia?s activities. ?Whenever he possibly could, Stelluti took a word or phrase in Persius?almost any word or phrase?and used it as an excuse to refer to one or another aspect of the natural historical researches of the Linceans. The most insignificant reference in the elegies sparked long and short excursuses on the Linceans? work? (Freedburg, p. 187). An obscure reference in Persius?s first satire to what may have been the ancient town of Eretum gave Stelluti his pretext for including the bee images, since the former Eretum was now Monterotondo, seat of the Barberini country estate, and the Barberini family had adopted the bee as its emblem. Stelluti?s weevil image was likewise prompted by a mention of that insect in another of Persius?s poems.Stelluti?s bee image is similar, but not identical to, an earlier image showing magnified views of a bee, published as a broadsheet in 1625 under the title Apiarium; this broadsheet is extremely rare, with only two or three copies recorded. The Apiarium was intended to form part of a projected encyclopedia by Cesi, but this project was never realized. In 1624 Cesi had been sent a microscope by Galileo, another Lincean, and it was most likely this instrument that Cesi and Stelluti used to prepare their pioneering images of insects under magnification. Ford, Images of Science: A History of Scientific Illustration, pp. 172-173, 179-180. Freedburg, The Eye of the Lynx: Galileo, His Friends, and the Beginnings of Modern Natural History (2003).

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        Curiosa filosofia y tesoro de maravillas de la naturaleza examinadas en varias questiones naturales

      [Madrid, en la Imprenta del Reino,1630]. 8vo.; 3 hs., 215 folios, mal numerados como «115». Ejemplar carente de portada y de las 5 hojas de Tabla. Por lo demás, en excelente estado. Encuadernación en pergamino.

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        Terra Firma, et Novum Regnum Granatense et Popayan.

      - Dimensions: 38.4 x 49.5 cm sans les marges. Gravure originale sur cuivre, Amsterdam, 1630-40, texte en français au dos, coloriée à la main à l'époque. Carte représentant Panama, la Colombie, une partie de l'Equateur, et du Venezuela jusqu'à Caracas.

      [Bookseller: Rossignol]
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      OLANDA, metà del sec. XVII (mm 223 x 312 ca. più marg.)Incisione originale eseguita all'acquaforte su matrice di rame. In lastra, rispettivamente sopra e sotto la parte figurata, titolo e didascalie, il tutto in lingua olandese. La bella e rara tavola rappresenta l'assedio portato dall'armata spagnola e imperiale, comandata da Ambrogio Spinola, alla città di Casale nel 1630, durante la guerra per la successione al ducato di Monferrato. La bibliografia identifica almeno quattro diverse incisioni, databili al 1640 ca., con lo stesso soggetto rappresentato nello stesso modo, ma che si differenziano per le didascalie in lingua differente , francese o tedesca, e per altri particolari. La descrizione topografica della città monferrina e dei dintorni sono colte da un luogo elevato ed in primo piano sono raffigurati figure ed accampamenti militari. Esemplare in buono stato conservativo.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Il Cartiglio di R. C]
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        Memoirs of the Dukes of Urbino, Illustrating the Arms, Arts, and Literature of Italy, from 1440 to 1630

      1630., 1851 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. The first edition uncommon set of Dennistoun's significant historical work, in adecorative cloth binding. A presentation copy from the publishers. Bound in cloth with gilt lettering and armorial decoration, with blindstamped decoration. The gilt armorial decoration to the boards is the Armorial Bearings of the Two Ducal Dynasties of Urbino, marshalled and impaled with that of the Papal Gonfaloniere. Complete in Three Volumes. With Forty-Five Illustrations. Appears to have been bound without Illustration XXXVI, or we may have missed it. With a List of Authorites for the Work to the front of Volume One. Bound by Westleys & Co. , with a bookbinder's label to the rear pastedown of Volume One. With the armorial bookplate of S. E. Widdrington to the front pastedowns. Direct from the library at Newton Hall, the 18th century country house and estate in Northumberland, with a pencil shelfmark to the front free-endpaper. James Dennistoun, of Dennistoun, 1803 - 1855, was an antiquary and art collector. Dennistoun was a magistrate and deputy lieutenant for the county of Renfrew, and became a member of most of the societies formed for collecting materials for illustrating the history of Scotland, with a particular interest, for example, in the history of Dunbartonshire. . . His most significant work, however, was Memoirs of the dukes of Urbino, illustrating the arms, arts, and literature of Italy from 1440 to 1630 (3 vols. , 1851), which combined his interest in early Italian history, art, and literature -ODNB. Condition: The bindings are generally tight and firm, with the cords exposed in a few places. The front hingesof volumes one and threeare just starting, and the rear hingeof volume three has cracked. There is some wear to the extremities,including some bumping and rubbing, with discolouration to the boards, and sunning to the spines. Internally the pages have slight browning and the occasional spot or mark, prominent to the first and last few pages. With closed tears toseveral of theplates. The title pageof volume three is partially detached. Overall the condition is good..

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        Russia seu Moscovia itemque Tartaria Commentario Topographico atque politico illustratae

      Lugd. Batavorum, Ex Officina Elzeviriana. 1630. Small 12mo, 108 x 51 mms., pp. 327 [328 - 336 Index], including engraved title-page, contemporary vellum; small hole on front cover, binding a little soiled, but a good copy. This work is sometimes attributed to Marcus Zuerius van Boxhorn (1612 - 1653), a linguist, or linguistician, who postulated the existence of a prototypical European language that evolved into other languages. It is also attributed to Martin Bronievski. The work was translated into Turkish in 1970.

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        Germaniae Nova ac accurata descriptio.

      Jan Cloppenburgh, Amsterdam 1630 - Beautiful and rare map of Germany. Map is bordered by various portraits (unnamed) and city views. Towns include Prague, Nuremburg, Basel, Frankfurt, Augsburg, Mentz, Leipzig, Strausbourg, Lubek, Heidelberg, Brusnswick, Trier, Hamburg, Ulm, Regensburg, Vienna and Cologne. Each town is accompanied by coats of arms. Map has been cropped and mounted onto early paper margins. Overall wear and a few small tears along edges. Map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Image measures 17 7/8" x 22 1/8".

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        Ioulianou Autokratoros ta sozomena] [griechisch]. = Iuliani Imperatoris opera, quæ quidem reperiri potuerunt, omnia / Ea vero partim antehac edita, partim nunc primum e manuscriptis eruta, & ad horum fidem accuratissime castigata, Græce, Latineque prodeunt, cum notis. pars prima . et secunda.,

      Parisiis : Sumptibus Sebastiani Cramoisy,, 1630 [MDCXXX]. - [Titelblatt in Rot und Schwarz gedruckt mit gestochener allegorischer Vignette] [44 nn S.] 558 S., [2 nn S.]; 418 S., [25 nn] S. Graesse, III, 496.; Schweiger I, 184f.; Ebert I,10987; Brunet III, col 596; Die von Brunet gelobte "Vollständiger als die Editios princeps 1583" Ausgabe der Schriften des Römischen Herrsches Julianus Apostata (röm. Kaiser 361-363) in einer kommentierten griechisch/lateinischen Paralellausgabe. Sehr wohlerhaltenes Exemplar in großzügigem zweitspaltigem, Stat. Sprache: gr Gewicht in Gramm: 2500 4 Ganzpergamenteinband der Zeit.

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        All the Workes of John Taylor the Water-Poet Being Sixty and Three in Number

      James Boler, London, 1630. First Edition. Hardcover (rebound in leather). Very Good Condition. First collected edition. Lacking the extra engraved title (though with the initial blank present) and rebound in full modern calf with 5 raised bands and a red morocco spine label. Minor but persistent dampstain in the lower right corner, a more pronounced dampstain in the last third of the volume. Trimmed a bit close on the front edge, touching a few of the engravings, one or two pen marks and manuscript repairs to text, a few minor paper repairs at the edges, occasional staining. Lovely engravings depicting the English kings from Brute to Charles. Engraved title bound in facsimile; [12], 148, [2], 93, 92-200, 225-343, [1], 14, 13-146 p (lacking the final blank). Size: Folio. Text is clean and unmarked. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Poetry; Inventory No: 040094. .

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        Orders and Directions Together with a Commission for the Better Administration of Justice and More Perfect Information of His Majestie; How and By Whom the Lawes and Statutes Tending to the Reliefe of the Poore, the Well Ordering and Training Up of Youth

      London: Robert Barker, 1630. The full title is "Orders and Directions, Together with a Commission for the Better Administration of Justice, and More Perfect Information of His Maiestie; How, and by Whom the Lawes and Statutes Tending to the Reliefe of the Poore, the Well Ordering and Training Up of Youth in Trades, and the Reformation of Disorders and Disordered Persons, are Executed Throughout the Kingdome: Which His Royall Maiestie hath Commanded to be Published and Inquired of, by the Body of his Privie Councell, Whom he Hath Made Principall Commissioners for this Purpose", [4], 33pp, [21], 1-17pp, [1]. Bound in later full speckled calf by Riviere, raised bands, spine in six panels, morocco title label to second panel, remaining panels with gilt central lozenge and volute corner pieces, date to foot, covers with triple fillet border and circular corner pieces, gilt rule to edges, gilt roll to inner dentelles. Very minor rubbing externally, internally very lightly browned, but generally bright and clean. Estc gives the collation as A-G4, H2; this copy is A-I4, K2, the variant with 'command' spelt correctly on D3r, though, as noted, a different and seemingly unrecorded collation. First Edition. Full Calf. Very Good. 12mo.

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        Rex Hebronensis, ac postea Hierosolymitanvs, poententis, schemate personatus & à multis mendis purgatus ac tertio recusus : Psalmvs L; Miserere mei Devs, & c.: Concionibus illustratus, and indice quadruplici

      Ingolstadt, Eder 1630. 32 cm. (8), 742, (42) Seiten mit breiter Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre, Titel rot und schwarz. Pergament-Band der Zeit mit Bindebändern - ADB VII, 158 - LThK IV, 66 - VD17 23:294694E - Gedruckt für Caspar Sutor. 2. Auflage der Sammlung von 102 Reden. Johann Dressel, Abt des Zisterzienserklosters Ebrach, gewidmet. Mit 4 Registern: Rerum singulis concionibus contentarum; Applicationis concionum ad evangelia de tempore & sanctis per totum annum; Materiarum per tractatarum; Controversorum cum haereticis, atriculorum, explicatorum. Förner (Forner; 1570 - 1630), seit 1610 Generalvikar und seit 1612 Weihbischof von Bamberg, war Träger der Gegenreformation in Bamberg. Die Titelbordüre zeigt 10 biblische Szenen. Kanten etwas berieben, Unterkante teilweise restauriert, Schließbänder fehlen, stellenweise stockfleckig, auf dem Titel im weißen Rand zeitgen. Besitzeintrag - Sprache / Language: Lateinisch / Latin -

      [Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat]
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        Abbildung deß unbarmhertzigen, abschewlichen, grausam und grewlichen Thiers, Welches in wenig Jahren den grösten Theil Teutschlandes erbärm- und jämmerlichen verheeret, außgezehret und verderbet. Beneben einem Bericht, Woher dasselbige seinen Ursprung, wer solches erzogen, ernehret, etc. Endlich durch was Mittel seiner wieder loß zu werden. Männiglich an Tag gegeben

      Ohne Ort und Drucker, um 1630. 34 x 29 cm. Einblattdruck. 3-spaltiger Druck. mit Kupferstich (16 x 24 cm) und Bordüre. - VD17 14:001721V - Wäscher, Flugbl. I, 42 - Halle 1104 - Bild als Waffe 182 - In der Mitte der Wolf als Kriegsfurie, im Hintergrund die Schrecken des Krieges. Textbeginn: Einem Wolff,/ im Walde grünn, und auff breiter Heydt, Der Menschn unnd Vieh' zerreist im Grimm und die Schaf' zerstreut, Einem Löwn, Einem wilden Roß, man sehr wenig trawt, Ingleichn einm Menschn zornig böß, der seinr Sinn beraubt ... Im rechten Rand Fehlstelle unterlegt, 10 Zeilenenden durch Kopie ergänzt, 6 cm der Bordüre nachgezeichnet -

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        De Transmissione Tractatus, In Quo Agitur de Transmissione

      1630. Noalis, Nicolaus [16th/17th Cent.]. De Transmissione Tractatus, In Quo Agitur de Transmissione Fideicommissorum, Legatorum, Substitutionum Directarum, Haereditatis, Contractuum, & Aliarum Materiarum. Nunc ab Autore Summa Diligentia Expurgatus, & Pluribus Additionibus Auctus. Cum Indice Locupletissimo. Venice: Sumptibus Altobelli Boni, 1630. [xviii], 189 [i.e. 188] ff. Main text printed in double columns. Folio (13" x 9"). Original thick paper printer's boards, early hand-lettered title to spine, untrimmed edges. Some soiling to spine and wear to extremities, text block partially detached, pastedowns loose. Title page with attractive large copperplate printer device printed in red and black, handsome woodcut head-piece and decorated initials. Early owner signatures to front endleaf, tiny inkstain to title page, interior otherwise clean. * Third and final edition. First published in Frankfurt in 1624, this treatise discusses transfer, trusts and trustees, legacies, contracts and obligations in Roman law. Little is known about Noalis; he is identified as a "Iurisconsulti Veneti" on the title page of De Transmissione. OCLC locates 3 copies, none in a law library (Princeton, University of Chicago, Library of Congress). KVK locates 7 copies of this edition. Not in the British Museum Catalogue. See Pazzaglini and Hawks, Consilia N18, which notes a copy of this edition bound to another work.

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        All the Workes

      London: by J[ohn]. B[eale]. [and others] for James Boler,, 1630. Beeing Sixty and three in Number. Collected into one Volume by the Author: With sundry new Additions, corrected, revised, and newly Imprinted, 1630. Folio in sixes (298 × 197 mm). Bound without initial blank in mid 19th-century dark blue morocco by Bedford, spine richly gilt in compartments, raised bands, sides panelled in gilt with gilt arms in centre, gilt inner dentelles, marbled endpapers, gilt edges. Engraved title by Thomas Cockson, surrounded by nautical instruments, vignette at top showing Taylor entertaining a passenger, another below with Taylor's portrait; numerous woodcuts in the third part of the text. The Britwell Library copy; subsequently in the library of Walter T. Shirley II, with his bookplate. A few leaves apparently supplied from another copy, a very few minor paper repairs, but an excellent copy, exceptionally large, retaining many uncut edges, larger all round than the Pforzheimer copy, itself described as very large. First edition of the collected works of the self-styled Water-Poet. "Not all the pieces here included have survived in early separate form. Neither are all of Taylor's works issued prior to the date of this collection contained in it. The selection is, nevertheless, a comprehensive one" (Pforzheimer). The choice to publish the collection was Taylor's: "an extraordinary decision for a popular rhymer who was placing himself in the company of Shakespeare, Jonson, and Daniel (a friend). It was an act of defiance and self-assertion, however, rather than triumph or celebration. Taylor had no grand patrons, and pointedly dedicated his volume to 'the world', with dispirited comments on his failure to win recognition ... Having successfully constructed a comic persona as the rhyming waterman, it was an impossible challenge to be accepted as a serious poet. His achievement was none the less impressive" (ODNB). In his verse Errata, Taylor claims that the book took four different printers to produce, although internal evidence suggests only three. The printing was probably done piecemeal because Boler did not acquire the copyright to most pieces, merely permission to include them in this collection.

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        Ducatus Holsatiae, Summa Diligentia Accurataq, Censura Noviter Editus

      Amsterdam Visscher 1630 - Altkolorierte Kupferstichkaret mit Randansichten, Bildausschnitt 45 x 55 cm, Blattgr. 47 x 56,5 cm Sehr dekorative Karte, zeigt das ehemalige Herzogtum Holstein und große Teile des Herzogtums Schleswig, somit fast zur Gänze das heutige Schleswig-Holstein; die Karte ist umgeben von Randleisten mit Stadtansichten von Flensburg, Rantzau, dem Schloß Eutin, Eckernförde, Oldenburg in Holstein, Krempe, Itzehoe, Friedrichstadt, Kiel, Rendsburg, Tönning, Husum, Bad Segeberg Schloß Gottorp sowie Schleswig (im Uhrzeigersinn) sowie sechs Trachtendarstellungen; oben links Insetkarte der Gegend um Dagebüll und rechts der Landschaft Stapelholm; zweifach gefaltet, Mittelfalz leicht aufgeplatzt, etwas Bildverlust durch die zweite Falz im unteren Bereich der Karte, die beiden unteren Ecken mit Verlust von Teilen der Umrandung ausgerissen, in Summe jedoch ein akzeptabler Zustand der gesuchten und seltenen Karte.

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        The Countie of Radnor Described and the Shyretowns Situatione

      London, Sudbury & Humble, c. 1630. Map. Copper engraving, 39 x 51 cms, recent hand-colour, closed centrefold split, tiny hole in Prince of Wales’ feathers, English text on verso.

      [Bookseller: Tim Bryars Ltd]
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        Fasti Mariani cum Illustrium Divorum Imaginib. & Elogiis prope DC. in singulos Anni Menses Diesq[ue] SS. Natales Distributis. Electori Maximiliano Utr. Boiar. Duci a Sodalitate Mariana Monacensi Civica consecrati

      Mchn., Leysser 1630 [erschienen 1658].. 12°. 2 Bll., 48 num. Bll., 1 nn. Bl.; 48 num. Bll., 1 nn. Bl.; 48 num. Bll., 1 nn. Bl.; 48 num. Bll., 1 nn. Bl., 47 (v. 48) num. Bll. [Bl. 42 fehlt], 1 nn. Bl.; 48 num. Bll., 1 Bl. Mit ill. gest. Tit. u. 284 Kupfern. Ldr. d. Zt. Vollgoldschn. 2 intakte Schließen. VD17 12:118982P - Erste Ausgabe. Enthält die Monate Juli - Dezember. Den einzelnen Monaten ist jeweils 1 Bl. mit der Monatsübersicht vorangebunden. Die fein gestochenen Tafeln zeigen Heilige. - Der Jesuit und Historiograph Andreas Brunner (1589-1650).

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      - QVADRVPLICADOS. COMPOSTOS PELO P. F. GREGORIO BAPTISTA natural da Cidade do Funchal na Ilha da Madeira, Religioso da Sagrada Religião do Seraphico P. S. Francisco, filho da Sancta Provincia dos Algarues, & lente da Sagrada Escriptura em o Convento de Sancta MARIA de IESVS de Enxabregas. DIRIGIDA AO ILLVSTRISSIMO, E Reuerendissimo, S. D. F. Bernardino de Sena Geral digníssimo de toda a ordem Seraphica filho do insigne Conuento de S. Francisco de Lisboa da Obseruante Prouincia do Reyno de Portugal, Eleito Bispo de Viseu. Com todas as licenças & approvações necessarias. EM LISBOA. Por Antonio Aluarez. Anno 1630. In 8º gr. (de 19x14 cm) com [viii], [xxviii] fólios. Encadernação da época em pergaminho flexível com título manuscrito na lombada. Exemplar com título de posse coevo na folha anterior de guarda: "Do uso do P[adre] Pregador Fr. M[anu]el de S. Fr[ancisco] Capellaõ do regimto. de Cascaiz". Primeira e única parte parte publicada desta obra. Obra impressa a duas colunas com caractéres tipográficos muito reduzidos, e com notas também impressas em marginália, à direita e à esquerda do texto, e contendo nas aprovações pareceres muito favoráveis relativamente à sua redação e à correcção da língua portuguesa. Inocêncio III, 162 e ix, 429: "Fr. Gregorio Baptista, primeiramente Franciscano da província da Catalunha, e depois Monge Beneditino, cuja cógula tomou no mosteiro da cidade da Baía, onde assistiu por algum tempo. A final voltou para a Ordem Seráfica, entrando na província chamada dos Algarves. Foi Lente de Escritura, e Examinador das Ordens Militares. Nasceu na cidade do Funchal, na ilha da Madeira, ignora-se em qual ano, bem como o da sua morte, constando apenas que falecera na Catalunha, depois de 1640. 153) (C) Primeira parte dos Sermões das domingas de todo o anno quadruplicadas. Lisboa, por Antonio Alvares 1629. 4.º-Promettia mais tres partes, as quaes parece não chegou a publicar. A Primeira parte dos Sermões, de que obtive um exemplar por compra feita à Bibl. Nacional, contém VIII-164 folhas numeradas pela frente, e mais 37 sem numeração, que compreendem os índices finais". Location/localizacao:

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        The Countrey Justice, Containing the Practice of the Justices of.

      1630 - Dalton, Michael [d. 1648?]. The Countrey Justice: Containing the Practice of the Justices of the Peace Out of their Sessions: Gathered for the Better Helpe of Such Iustices of Peace as Have Not Been Much Conversant in the Studie of the Lawes of This Realme: Now the Fourth Time Published, And Revised, Corrected, And Inlarged, The Additions Being Thus Marked, [Pointing Hand]. London: Printed by the Assigns of John Moore, 1630. [xii], 136, 133-276, 273-410, [14] pp. Folio (10-3/4" x 7"). Contemporary quarter sheep over marbled boards, raised bands, gilt ornaments and lettering piece to spine. Some rubbing to boards and extremities, corners bumped and lightly worn, a few tiny scuffs to boards, hinges cracked, early armorial bookplate (of Sir William Jenningham) to front pastedown. Woodcut head and tail-pieces. Light toning to text, internally clean. * Fourth edition. This venerable justice of the peace manual went through some twenty editions between 1618 and 1746. This work is also significant because it firmly established the alphabetical topical structure adopted in later texts. Rooted in Crompton, Fitzherbert and Lambard, The Countrey Justice offers advice on such matters as buggery, customs, highways, prisons, riots, soldiers, murder, felonies, rogues and vagabonds, wool, and high treason. Though "not a judicial authority" says Marvin, "it is of considerable weight." Marvin, Legal Bibliography (1847) 251. Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth 1:227 (24). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        HISTORIA DELLE GUERRE CIVILI DI FRANCIA Nella Quale Si Contengono Le Operationi Di Quattro Re Francesco II Carlo IX Henrico III & Henrico IIII Cognominato Il Grande Con L'indice Delle Cose Piu Notabili

      Venice: Tomaso Baglioni, 1630.. 1st edn. 8vo. Contemporary full vellum with gilt lettered spine label (some light marks to boards and spine - otherwise VG). Pp. 1056 + index, illus with engraved royal arms on title and vignettes and decorated initials in text (occasional light ink annotations to inner margins; title page neatly repaired at hinge and 1 index page also neatly repaired at top corner; pages remarkably bright and otherwise unmarked). .

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        Nova Reperta

      Antwerp. unbound. very good(+). Johannes Galle. View. Uncolored engraving. Images measures 7.5" x 10.5". Beautiful impression of the frontispiece to "Nova Reperta", ca. 1630. Johannes Stradanus or van der Straat, (1523-1605) was a Flemish artist but spent most of his life in Florence. Stradanus sent his original drawings of "Nova Reperta" ("New Inventions"), a Renaissance celebration of recent discoveries both scientific and geographical, to Antwerp where they were first engraved and published by Phillipe Galle circa 1600. This edition was republished by Galle's grandson. The frontispiece shows an array of discoveries and inventions, being welcomed by a female figure (Modernity), while a male figure turns away (representing the Old Order). Specific objects represented include the Americas, a compass, a cannon, a printing press, a clock, tools of alchemy, a Mulberry tree (used to harvest silkworms), a saddle with stirrups, and logs of the guaiacum tree, which was thought to cure Syphilis (also newly "discovered" in the New World). Light scattered foxing, minor tape residue to edges. Slight abrasion to top center.

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        America Meridionalis

      Amsterdam: Jodocus Hondius, 1630. unbound. very good. Map. Engraving with hand coloring. Image measures 14.25" x 19.5". Stunning impression of South America. Many coastal towns are named, while much of the interior of the continent is less detailed. Tierra del Fuego is depicted as a large land mass. Includes several animated vignettes, such as ships sea monsters and indigenous people. Also included is an inset of a birds eye view of Cuzco in Peru. From the "Mercator-Hondius Atlas". Plate was originally made by Mercator and later added to by Hondius. Minor chipping along top edge and small tear to top right edge. Mercator (1512-1594) was an accomplished mathematician, cartographer, globe maker and engraver but is best known for the Mercator Projection. Incorporating the newly accepted fact that the world is round, Mercator was able to render longitude lines consistently straight on a chart. Although this requires some distortion, it was of great use for navigators, and is historically important, as it is still the most commonly used projection today.

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        Taurica Chersonesus, Nostra aetate Przecopsca, et Gazara dicitur

      Amsterdam. unbound. very good. Map. Engraving with hand outline. Image measures 15" x 19 11/16". Beautiful map of Ukraine showing the area north of the Black Sea including Moscow, circa 1630. Latin text on verso. Willem Blaeu (1571-1638) was a prolific Dutch mapmaker who started one of the most famous map publishing firms of the 17th century. It was at this time that the Dutch controlled the map trade, and their ornate and beautiful maps had immense popularity. Blaeu was instrumental in driving this dominance in his lifetime, and this legacy was continued by his sons. Minor staining in margins, reinforcement bottom of centerfold.

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      Denis Moreau,, Parigi, 1630 - Volume in folio legato in pelle, titolo al tassello al dorso a 6 nervi ornato ai piccoli ferri (lievi mende), tagli spruzzati, sguardie, occhiello, magnifico frontespizio calcografico inciso da Picart (exlibris a pennino al margine bianco superiore), 10 carte, 742 pp., 10 carte d'indici (marca tipografica sull'ultima pagina), errata. L'opera inizia con una vita di Costantino scritta da Eusebio Pamphili in quattro libri seguita dalla storia dell'Editto castantiniano da cui nasce il potere temporale del Papato per arrivare alla storia del progredire di detta sovranità. Lavoro ponderoso, estremamente esaustivo, con rapportati tutti i fatti che hanno reso possibile il potere temporale e lo hanno ingigantito nel tempo. Splendida opera, invero, che difende il Papato e ne panegirica lostatus. In ottimo stato, piuttosto rara prima impressione, di grandissimo interesse.

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        Florida et Regiones Vicinae

      Leiden, 1630. No Binding. Fine. 11 x 14 inches. Fine condition. A key early map of Florida that differs significantly from previous works. Although Cumming says the De Laet combines information found on the Ortelius/Chiaves and the 1606 Mercator maps, it in fact contains substantial new information not found on these maps. The place names St. Augustine and Tampa Bay are seen here but are not on the Ortelius and the Wytfliet (1597) maps. The general shape of the Floridian peninsula is altered and called 'Tegesta Provinc,' one of the earliest appearances of a name that would be commonly used through the early 18th Century. Unlike the earlier maps, a series of barrier islands appears along the eastern shore of Florida on the de Laët, and a large fictional bay is also added in the southwestern corner of the peninsula. Again, unlike the Ortelius and Wytfliet, islands along the Gulf Coast between Florida and the Mississippi River are shown on the de Laët. In addition, the Suwannee River in the northwestern part of the peninsula is accurately placed on the de Laët but is named the "R. del Spiritu Santu." Hessel Gerritsz (b. 1580/81), the actual maker of the map, was one of the most important Dutch cartographers of the seventeenth century. At the age of 37, he was appointed the chief cartographer of the Dutch East India Company over the senior and more widely known , Willem Blaeu.. He subsequently drew maps for the West India Company as well, of which Johannes de Laët was one of the Directors. De Laët published this map as part of his book Nieuwe Wereldt ofte Beschrijvinghe van West-Indien. Cumming #34; Imago Mundi, VI, pp. 61-62.

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        L'Histoire des nobles et vaillans chevaliers nommez Milles, et Amis: lesquels en leur vivant furent plains de grandes proüesses

      Rouen: Chez la Vefue de Louys Costé, ruë Escuyere, à l'enseigne des Trois *** Couronnées., 1630 s.d. (circa 1630). 140 ff. Reliure moderne, en parfaite condition, en cuir, avec dos à 5 nerfs, dorures et ornements. Réparation sur la page titre, autrement les pages intérieures sont en très bonne condition, propres et solides. ÉDITION TRÈS RARE. Seul un exemplaire situé à la Bibliothèque Nationale de France a été trouvé. Ce Roman est un constant hommage rendu à l'amitié, dans la personne de deux chevaliers, nés le même jour, dans le même pays, avec des traits et des formes semblables, des sentiments, des caractères pareils, sous une étoile commune. L'auteur commence d'un style édifiant. « Pour l'honneur et révérence de la Trinité et de la court célestielle de paradis, moi confiant l'infusion du benoît Saint-Esprit, lequel donne et influé sa grâce où il lui plait, ay entrepris d'escrire une histoire des faicts advenus à la louange de deux vaillans chevaliers nommez Milles et Amys. » S'ensuivent 114 chapitres surchargés d'aventures. Photos disponibles sur demande. // Modern calf, covers with gilt border and inside corner ornaments, gilt spine on 5 raised bands, [140] ff. (age-toned). Very good copy on coarse paper. Extremely rare Rouen edition of an adaptation of the medieval story of Amis and Amyles (Amile). Physically identical, Ami and Amile are spiritual twins, conceived and born on the same day; their meeting is preordained, and together they go to serve Charlemagne. The allegorically named Ami substitutes without anyone's knowledge for Amile in a judicial duel, which Amile cannot fight himself because he knows that he is guilty, as accused, of having slept with the emperor's daughter. Ami swears his innocence and wins. Charlemagne, believing it is Amile who is innocent, proceeds to betroth the daughter to him; Ami, who cannot now reveal his true identity, accepts her. As he is already married, God punishes his prospective bigamy by afflicting him with leprosy. His wife drives him away from home. After years of illness, he meets Amile again, who learns from an angel that he can cure Ami only by bathing him in the blood of his own children. With some misgivings Amile cuts his young sons' throats, Ami is healed, and a miracle restores the children to life. The friendship of the 2 heroes surpasses all other social relationships in the text to such an extent that in the end all other ties are abandoned and the friends leave France together. Title within double border of type ornaments. Woodcut illustration on title and one in text. Printed in 2 cols. Bookpl.: Edward Davenport, [Heilbrun], W L G. / Ref. BN Paris (1). Not in Goldsmith (BL London), Le livre populaire etc. // Photos available upon request.

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      1630. CHARRON, Pierre. OF WISDOME, THREE BOOKES. Written in French by Peter Charron, Doctor of Lawe in Paris. Translated by Samson Lennard. London, Edward Blount and William Aspley (printed by George Miller, 1630). Engraved portrait of the translator by R. Vaughan, and engraved title with allegorical figures by William Hole. (2)ff., (xxx)588(34)pp. This translation first appeared in 1608. The book in hand is probably the 3rd edition. Charron (1541-1603), one of the 25 children of a bookseller, studied law and then entered the Church. His first books defended the Catholic Church as the Only True Church. In "De la Sagesse" (1603), however, he expressed a skepticism which caused the book to be suppressed in France, though extremely popular in England. He was cynical about human nature, and although he felt religion to be irrational, he advised unquestioning faith. His chief departure was separating morality from religion. His friend and mentor Montaigne thought so highly of him that in his will he asked Charron to wear the arms of the Montaigne family. In early calf, worn at extremities and lacking paste-downs. Dampstain to four leaves of the preface; discoloring to margin of one leaf of "contents,"and light foxing to the two engraved plates. An extremely influential work.

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        Vlyssis Aldrovandi Philosophi Ac Medici Bononiensis. Historiam Naturalem in Gymnasio Bononiensi Progitentis, Ornithologiae Hoc Est De Avibus Historiae Libri XII. In Quibus Aves Describuntur, Descriptae legentibus delineatae ob oculos ponuntur, natura earum, mores &proprietates ita declarantur, vt facile quicquid de Auibus dici queat, hinc petipossit. Adiectus est Index geminus: alter capitum; alter rerum & Verborum

      Frankfurt: Typis Wolffgangi Richteri, Impensis Ioannis Bassaei [volumes 1- 2]; Typus Nicolai Hofmanni, Impensis Iohannis Treudelii [volume 3], 1630 [volumes 1-2]; 1613 [volume 3]. 3 volumes in two, folio in sixes. (15 x 9 1/2 inches). Text in two columns. [11], 427, [14]; [6], 373, [14]; [8], 40, 33-209, [12] pp. 3 engraved titles, 50 full-page engraved illustrations (images in vol. 3 present as engraved plates without text on verso), each depicting several ornithological figures. (Tab. II in Lib. XIX trimmed along fore-edge into the image, the plate restitched into the text block, scattered staining and edge tears). Early ink annotations to the plates translating the Latin names into English. Contemporary speckled calf, covers double ruled in blind, rebacked to style with raised bands, spine in seven compartments. An early edition of an important illustrated Renaissance ornithology, including several New World birds. Aldrovandi's encyclopedic work, first published in Bologna between 1599 and 1603, was among the principal ornithologies of the Renaissance. Divided into twenty chapters, the work describes numberous birds, based on Aristotle's classifications, and include descriptions of plumage, structure, habitat, voice, and more. However, the work is particularly noted for its excellent illustrations. "The value of Aldrovandi's ornithology is enhanced by its many original illustrations, which are often good ... No effort or expense was spared in obtaining the pictorial material on which ... Aldrovandi spent all his fortune" (Anker). Among the illustrations are several early depictions of New World birds, including figures of the Cardinal and Wild Turkey. Ulisse Aldrovandi (1522-1605) was an Italian botanist, pharmacologist, and the author of several encyclopedic works on natural history. "This celebrated naturalist ... devoted his life to lecturing, collecting specimens, and in writing and illustrating numerous treatises on biological subjects" (Wood). He left his collections and library to the town of Bologna, which now reside in the University there. His manuscripts are also in Bologna, including the many woodcut blocks used to illustrate his works and the original drawings from which the blocks were cut. This later German edition is comprised of volumes one and two of the 1630 edition with a third volume dated 1613; all are printed in Frankfurt. The later editions of his work are significant, as they contain more detailed copperplate engravings, rather than the woodcuts found in the early editions. Anker, Bird Books and Bird Art, pp.11-12. Taxonomic Literature I, p.28. Wood, Vertebrate Zoology p.184. Nissen, IVB 18; OCLC 29838586.

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      Frankfurt: Typis Wolffgangi Richteri, Impensis Ioannis Bassaei [volumes 1-2]; Typus Nicolai Hofmanni, Impensis Iohannis Treudelii [volume 3], 1630 [volumes 1-2]; 1613 [volume 3].. Three volumes bound in two. Text in two columns. [11],427,[14]; [6],373,[14]; [8],40,33-209, [12]pp. Three engraved titles, fifty full- page engraved illustrations (images in third volume present as engraved plates without text on verso), each depicting several ornithological figures. Folio. Contemporary speckled calf, covers double ruled in blind, rebacked to style with raised bands, spine in seven compartments. Tab. II in Lib. XIX trimmed along foredge into the image, the plate restitched into the text block, scattered staining and edge tears. Early ink annotations to the plates translating the Latin names into English. Good. An early edition of an important illustrated Renaissance ornithology, including several New World birds. Aldrovandi's encyclopedic work, first published in Bologna between 1599 and 1603, was among the principal ornithologies of the Renaissance. Divided into twenty chapters, the work describes numerous birds, based on Aristotle's classifications, and include descriptions of plumage, structure, habitat, voice, and more. However, the work is particularly noted for its excellent illustrations. "The value of Aldrovandi's ornithology is enhanced by its many original illustrations, which are often good...No effort or expense was spared in obtaining the pictorial material on which...Aldrovandi spent all his fortune" - Anker. Among the illustrations are several early depictions of New World birds, including figures of the Cardinal and Wild Turkey. Ulisse Aldrovandi (1522-1605) was an Italian botanist, pharmacologist, and the author of several encyclopedic works on natural history. "This celebrated naturalist ... devoted his life to lecturing, collecting specimens, and in writing and illustrating numerous treatises on biological subjects" (Wood). He left his collections and library to the town of Bologna, which now reside in the University there. His manuscripts are also in Bologna, including the many woodcut blocks used to illustrate his works and the original drawings from which the blocks were cut. This later German edition is comprised of volumes one and two of the 1630 edition with a third volume dated 1613; all are printed in Frankfurt. The later editions of his work are significant, as they contain more detailed copperplate engravings, rather than the woodcuts found in the early editions. ANKER, BIRD BOOKS AND BIRD ART, pp.11-12. TAXONOMIC LITERATURE I, p.28. WOOD, VERTEBRATE ZOOLOGY, p.184. NISSEN (IVB), p.82 (earlier ed). OCLC 29838586.

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        Nova Virginiae Tabula

      Amsterdam, 1630. No Binding. Near Fine. 14 ¾ x 18 ¾ inches. Fine original color; marginal mend, else excellent condition. A beautiful example in superb original color of the classic Dutch engraving of Capt. John Smith's map of the Chesapeake Bay and region, the first European map of the area. Smith's map was a remarkably accurate work for its period and is a valuable record of Indian tribes that existed at the time. In fact, the map is unusual in acknowledging the role of Indian informants in its creation; Maltese Crosses indicate the areas beyond which were based on Indian reports. Also found on the engraving is a portrait of Powhatan in the upper left. The plate from which this map was printed was engraved in 1618 by Jodocus Hondius Junior, son of the great map and globe publisher. It is now believed (see Burden) that the plate was sold to the Blaeu firm in 1630, at which time the imprint was changed to that of Blaeu. (Ghosts of the incompletely erased J and H of the Hondius imprint are visible beneath that of Blaeu.) The 1618 state of the map, which is extremely rare, was the earliest derivative of Smith's map, which was originally published in England in 1612. The firm of Henricus Hondius, the other son of the master, copied the map from the Hondius-Blaeu version adding its own imprint. Thus, the sequence of Dutch editions of the map, in the folio format, is from J. Hondius Jr. to Blaeu to H. Hondius. Burden 193; Verner in Tooley America, pp. 161-62.

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        Mappa Aestivarum Insularum, alias Barmudas

      Amsterdam, 1630. No Binding. Near Fine. 16 x 21 inches. Fine original color; excellent condition. The most richly decorative, early map of the island in a very attractive, original-colored example. It was based on Richard Norwood's 1618 chart, executed in behalf of the Bermuda Company. The map thus includes the parishes and tribes allotted to the company's principal members, with their names included, most of which survive to this day. The map vividly illustrates how hazardous the coastline of Bermuda was, and is, to shipping by the almost unbroken ring of crosses signifying wrecks surrounding the island. The map's majestic cartouche depicts Neptune, standing astride the English Royal Arms, bearing a trident in one hand and a Dutch ship in the other. The engraving actually includes two maps of Bermuda of different scales: Nestled within the hook of the island is another, smaller depiction of Bermuda, placed there to show its position and size relative to Cape Cod, Virginia and Nova Scotia. This design proved confusing to some later copiers, who dispensed with the mainland in their renditions while mistakenly retaining the smaller "Bermuda" as a small island off the coast of Bermuda. Palmer, M. Maps of Bermuda, p. 10.

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        Baya und de Todos os Sanctos und statt S. Salvador von Hollandern em genomen

      1630 - Striking view of the naval siege of the Dutch forces on Bahia de Todos los Santos. 1624 [c.1630]. [Amsterdam]. Trimmed at foot on left side touching neatline. 370 mm x 190 mm. Of great iconographic value, it gives a detailed view of the city being sieged by Dutch forces, just after it was sacked and taken. Salvador was the centre of the economic power in Portuguese Brazil; this view was reproduced in several editions, often without the title at top, in fact, we have never seen another example of this edition. The map shows the city of Salvador under Dutch siege; the city is well represented and is of great iconographic value. In late 1623, a force of 26 ships was sent to attack, raid and take Salvador from the Portuguese; the mission was successful, but for a short while, as the next year the Portuguese retook it. This later attack was also successful, again only for a while, as the Dutch went at it again in 1627, the succession of events was well graphically represented by Visscher and Gerritsz [cartographer to the Dutch East and West India Co.]. Although there is a numbered key on the cities important buildings, there is no text underneath. An inset map of the Brazilian coast is found on the lower left side. The Portuguese presence in Salvador was long standing, as early as the second half of the 16th century. The city swiftly became one of the most important in the region.

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      - Iusti Lipsi Admiranda, sive, de Magnitudine Romana libri quattuor. Editio ultima.- Antuerpiae, Ex Officina Plantiniana Balthasaris Moreti, 1630; en 4º pergamino lomo rotulado, 223 pp. - 4 h. Viñeta con marca de impresor en portada y última hoja. Capitulares. Bella tipografia de la famosa imprenta de Amberes.

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      London, c. 1630. Map. Copper engraving, 38.5 x 51 cms, recent hand-colour, inset plan of Dorchester, English text on verso.

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        Germaniae Nova ac accurata descriptio

      Amsterdam: Jan Cloppenburgh, 1630. unbound. very good(-). Map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Image measures 17 7/8" x 22 1/8". Beautiful and rare map of Germany. Map is bordered by various portraits (unnamed) and city views. Towns include Prague, Nuremburg, Basel, Frankfurt, Augsburg, Mentz, Leipzig, Strausbourg, Lubek, Heidelberg, Brusnswick, Trier, Hamburg, Ulm, Regensburg, Vienna and Cologne. Each town is accompanied by coats of arms. Map has been cropped and mounted onto early paper margins. Overall wear and a few small tears along edges.

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        Annales of England. Containing the Reignes of Henry the Eighth. Edward the Sixt. Queene Mary

      A. Islip, London, 1630. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. Full early (probably 18th century) morocco, gilt rules with corner fleurons, rebacked, spine browned - an attractive binding; small folio. Armorial booksplates to inside front cover and title verso, bookseller catalogue entry laid down on pastedown, old owner's signature to title. Titles shaves at foredge, lacking end blanks. With the 3 separate title pages and the three portraits. Scattered browning and light staining. An attractive copy of the first English edition, translated from the Latin by the author's son, Morgan Godwyn. 342 (i.e. 344)pp with mispagination at 293. Size: Folio. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: History; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 042438. .

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        Tratado de Confirmaciones Reales Encomiendas, Oficios I casos, en que se requieren par alas Indias Occidentales

      Una de las obras mas raras de la administración jurídica colonial, escrita por Leon Pinelo, precediendo a la Recopilación por 50 años. 1630. Madrid. Juan Gonzalez. In 8vo (182 mm x 138 mm). 16 ff. + 173 + 16 ff.  Medio cuero ligeramente posterior, posiblemente de finales del 18 o principios del 19, lomera chata con tejuelo en marroquí perdido, frotado. Muy buen ejemplar con algunos folios amarronados, algún punto de oxidación, portada con perdida expertamente restaurada. Primera edición, rarísima; no existen ejemplares en la mayoría de las instituciones importantes y no hay registros de que haya aparecido en subasta desde 1963 en la colección de Alberto Dodero. ?This important work was compiled from original documents? Sabin. La obra trata de las leyes de Indias realizadas en 1542, que fueran publicadas en 1543; sin embargo, esta obra se realiza sobre la base de documentos originales, pues, como dice Sabin, Pinelo no parecería haber estado al tanto de la publicación de 1543. Para la época de su publicación y desde 1622, Pinelo estaba trabajando, junto con Rodrigo de Aguiar, en la realización de un compendio de las Leyes de Indias, que agrupara la intrincada legislación dada por la Corona para la regulación jurídica de las Indias; sin embargo, el nombre de Rodrigo de Aguiar no aparece como contribuyente en la realización de esta obra, que parece completamente escrita por Leon Pinelo. Trata exclusivamente de la legislación colonial y de temas tan variados como prescripciones para quienes actúan en las guerras de Chile, indios, puestos de administración, etc. Palau no parecería haberlo visto, y cita un ejemplar de Maggs catalogado a 105 Libras Esterlinas en 1935. Sabin, 40057. J. C. Brown, III, 230. No en Church. Palau, 135740.

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        Intrichi D'Amore, Comedia Del Sign. Torquato Tasso Rappresentata in Caprarola (All'ill Et Rever Sig. Card. Farnese)

      Venetia; Pietro Miloco, 1630. 1630 edition. Publisher's device to the title. Bound in later gilt-blocked calf. Impressively well-preserved internally with only very minor scattered foxing. Scans and additional bibliographic detail on request.

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        Canon Miss¾ cum Pr¾fationibus & alijs nonnullis qu¾ in ea fere communiter qu¾ in ea fere communiter dicuntur. Additae sunt praeparationes ad Missam, et orationes, qu¾ ab Episcopis cum solemniter, vel priuate celebrant; & ab alijs Sacerdotibis dici solent: necnon gratiarum actiones Miss¾ sacrificio perecto

      Venetiis, Cieras 1630, folio, 410x285 mm., 36 ff, printed in red & black, vignettes;. eng. title in red & black & 2 plates by Johan Faber, double columns;. VG/brown morocco elaborate fanfare stamped gilt, worn, repairs;.

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        The booke of common prayer, with the Psalter or Psalmes of Dauid, of that translation which is appointed to be vsed in churches [with Geneva (Breeches) Bible, Concordances and Psalms]

      London: Printed by Robert Barker and the Assignes of John Bill, 1630. 3/4 leather. Very Good. 7 x 9 inches. 4to. 84 (of 92) pages. A (8 leaves) + B (10 leaves) + C - E (8 leaves). Printed in two column black letter. Lacks title page (title page for The Whole Booke of Psalmes, Collected into English meetre, by Thomas Sternhold, John Hopkins and others. . . dated 1600 bound before BCP) and preliminaries. Griffiths 1630/7. ESTCS123192. Bound with: The Bible: translated according to the Ebrew and Greeke, and conferred with the best translations in diuers languages. [Geneva/Breeches version]. London: Robert Barker, 1602. [2] +434 + [4] + 441 - 554 leaves. Printed in two column black letter. Title page with old tissue repairs to margin and lower portion of text. Closed tears to 335 and 462, loss to top corner of 9-11, 32, 324, and 392. Loss to bottom of 131, 145, 198, 210, 235, 248, 454, 458, 459, 486, and 546, and to top half of 165. Lacks 50 (G2), 220, 252, 253, and 289. Several pages misnumbered. Herbert 269. ESTCS116971. Bound with: H[errey], R[obert]. Two right profitable and fruitfull concordances, or large and ample tables alphabeticall. London: Robert Barker, 1602. 162 (of 164) pages. Collates as A - K (8 leaf quires) + L2. Lacks K8. ESTCS102034. Compare ESTCS5161 (signature of B4 under "it" of "habitation"). An occasional light stain, smudge or mark, but generally clean. Bound in modern 3/4 dark brown calf with red spine label and five raised bands to spine. A very good copy of the original (1552) English BCP bound with a Geneva/Breeches Bible and Psalms. A staple of many American colonists.

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        Tabula Prussiae eximiâ curâ conscripta

      Kupferstich-Karte von Abraham Goos nach Caspar Henneberger bei Nicolaes Visscher (Piscator) 1630. 45.5x55 cm. - Jäger, Prussia 47 - Koeman 2 1:202 (13) - Ost- und Westpreußen zwischen Memel und Thorn, Zernowitz und Grodno, oben links eingesetzt ist eine Ansicht von Königsberg (7 x 19,5 cm) nach der Vorlage von Braun und Hogenberg. Dekorative Karte mit Legende, Windrose und kleinen Segelschiffen im Kartenbild. Erstausgabe dieser dekorativen und gesuchten Karte, die unten links 1630 datiert ist. Kurze Randeinrisse restauriert, weißer Papierrand oben und unten links ohne Abbildungsverlust, unten rechts Papierabriss bis in die Randleiste ergänzt.

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        Roma Antiqua

      Acquaforte e bulino, circa 1630, firmata in lastra in alto a destra. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, consuete pieghe di carta, piccolo strappo di carta sul margine sinistro, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. Pianta della città, ricostruzione fantastica della Roma antica, realizzata tra il 1620 ed il 1635 dal van Schayck, editore ed incisore originario di Utrecht. Attivo a Roma dalla fine del XV secolo è noto anche con il nome italianizzato di Gottifredo de Scacchi, è noto soprattutto per le sue opere sulle antichità romane, principalmente di derivazione da Etienne Duperac. Rara. Bibliografia: Frutaz XXVIII, Hulsen 42, Scaccia Scarafoni 29. Dimensioni 514x375. Roma Rome

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