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2020-07-06 13:09:02
1 . No Asignado
Madrid. Certificado del Rey de Armas de Felipe IV en 1631 Geraldo Iacobo Conino en el que se refiere al linaje de los Sempertegui de Guipuzcoa y con los sellos originales. [un Escudo de Bleu y en el un Lucero, de Argen asi como estan aqui] ; [Madrid a veinte y nueve de Abril de mil y seiscientos y treinta y un anos] . - Consultar para más información - Formato (cm): 28x38
Bookseller: Frame [Madrid, MADRI, Spain]
2020-07-01 21:14:03
Selden, John
William Stansby for Richard Whitakers, 1631. Second Edition. Full morocco. Folio. (36),941,(3)pp. Title printed in red & black. Text illustrated with a number of woodcuts and a few large copper engravings. Bound in modern dark brown morocco, period style, with blind rules and raised bands on the spine. Title a bit soiled, but a very clean copy. Very good. The preliminaries contain Ben Jonson's poem to Selden. The second edition was greatly enlarged over the first edition of 1614 which has the pagination (38),391,(43)pp. STC 22178.
Bookseller: Golden Door Books (blueturtle405) [Santa Monica, California, United States]
2020-06-27 08:22:04
CAUSSIN, Nicolas
Coloniaje Agrippinae: I. Kinckium, 1631. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. "They say that love and tears are learned without any teacher." ― Nicolas Caussin Nicolas Caussin was a 17th-century French Jesuit most-known for his treatise "The Holy Court". However, Caussin published other important books including 'De Symbolica Aegyptiorum Sapientia'. This work was a treatise on the mysteries of Ancient Egypt, focusing on hidden messages found in hieroglyphics. Caussin noted that these ancient symbols dealt with astrology and other aspects of the occult. This volume features an added 15th-century handwritten manuscript leaf. Written in double-column format with 32 lines per column. Text is liturgical in nature, though, difficult to decipher. Additionally, the remarkable pen is accompanied by red and blue inks.
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, United States]
2020-06-25 19:42:17
Afrika ( Africa )
mit altem Grenzkolorit,, 1631, 41 x 55 "Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, 8600:2 (lat. Ausgabe 1631); Betz, The mapping of Africa, Nr. 57 (2. state); Norwich, Nr. 32. Ders. dort: ""This is one of the most decorative and popular of all the early maps of Africa"". - Mit kleiner, ausgemalter floraler Kartusche, Windrose, Meeresungeheuren und zahlr. Schiffen. An den Seitenrändern jeweils 5 Darstellungen von Eingeborenen (in Paaren), am Oberrand 9 Stadtansichten, darunter Tanger, Ceuta , Algier, Tunis, Alexandria, Kairo, Kanarische Inseln u.a. - Mit lat. Rückseitentext. - Mit restaurierten Koloritbrüchen und kleiner retuschierter Fehlstelle im unteren Bugbereich."
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Germany]
2020-06-22 16:04:04
FREITAG, Adam.
Architectura militaris nova et aucta, oder Newe vermehrte Fortification, ...Leiden, Bonaventura and Abraham Elzevier, [1630-]1631. 3 parts in 1 volume. Folio (31 x 20 cm). With engraved general title-page, 35 double-page engraved plates containing 185 numbered figures and 8 double-page letterpress tables. 18th-century vellum. [8], "194" [= 186], [1], [1 blank] pp. plus 8 double-page tables and 35 plates. Rare first edition of the best, most detailed, best illustrated and most influential handbook of fortification from the Dutch golden age and an ambitious piece of book production from the early years of the Elzeviers' printing office, in the original German. The text is divided into three "books", the first covering the origins, development and most recent improvements in the art of fortification, the second systematically presenting the various forms of fortification in a wide variety of shapes, and the third on offensive and defensive tactics of siege warfare as well as the furnishing and maintenance of fortifications. The plates show (and the text discusses) not only the fortifications themselves, with plans, sections and perspective views, but also bridges, gates, barriers, tools for digging, construction and demolition, artillery, etc. It therefore gives remarkable insights into the working techniques and tools ca. 1630. The lexicon in vol. 1, pp. 5-13, gives terminology for fortification and related fields in French, German, Dutch and Latin and remains an essential source for the subject.With the lower left corner of the title-page restored, slightly affecting the ima … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-18 21:19:41
John Stow [c.1525-1605]
London, UK: Richardi Meighen, 1631. Good condition. [STOW, JOHN (c. 1525-1605); HOWES, EDMUND (Ed.)]. Annales, or, A Generall Chronicle of England. Begun by John Stow: Continued and Augmented with matters Forraigne and Domestique, Ancient and Moderne, unto the end of the present yeere, 1631 by Edmund Howes, Gent [sic]. N.p. [Londini: printed by John Beale, Bernard Alsop, Thomas Fawcett, and Augustine Mathewes, impensis Richardi Meighen], 1631 [i.e. 1632]. Hardcover. Reprint (second edition of the Howes amendation). Leather-bound. Thick folio (320 x 220mm), pp. [20], 537, 540-819, 819-891, 891-897, 890, 900-901, 991-1014, 1003-1050, [2], 1057-1062, [4], 1063-1087, [29] (with pagination mis-numbered throughout, this volume collates closely with ESTC S117586). Signatures: *² [par.]⁸ A-4I⁶ 4K⁴ 4L-4M⁶ 4N² 4n⁴ 4O-4P⁶ 4Q⁴ 4R⁶ 4S⁸ (4S8 terminal blank lacking). Contemporary calf covers neatly rebacked with a new spine; gilt armorial crest to upper cover; red-dyed page edges; marbled pastedowns and endpapers. English text printed in black letter. Lines of sixty-seven printed in double columns. Illustrated title-page set within architectural woodcut border. Historiated initials; head- and tail-pieces; printed marginal/shoulder notes; includes indexes - alphabetical table. Printed by John Beale, Bernard Alsop, Thomas Fawcett, and Augustine Mathewes. Beale printed the preliminaries, quires A-G, and 2A-3C; Alsop and Fawcett printed H-Z; Mathewes printed 3D-4S, cf. STC. Includes an appendix or corollary of the foundations and descriptions of the three most famous universities of England: … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, United Kingdom]
2020-06-15 15:52:27
GOVE, John, [Jr.]
1631. A splendid early Colonial letter from a Charlestown, Massachusetts man writing to the court asking for his mother's sentence of flogging be commuted to a fine. One page Autograph Letter Signed ("John Gove") written in ink on good quality paper, measuring roughly 6" x 8" with uneven edges. Minor toning, otherwise fine. The author of the letter, John Gove [Jr., 1631-1704] was a turner by trade who lived in Charlestown and Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he served as a constable, tithing man, and deacon of the church for many years. He was the son of a brazier, also named John Gove, whose two older sisters had both married founders of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. The senior John Gove died when his son was an infant, and his mother, Mary Gove quickly remarried to a goldsmith and merchant named John Mansfield, thus becoming Mary Mansfield. John Mansfield proved to be improvident and quarrelsome, a trait he shared with his new wife, both of whom were living in hope of a large bequest from the recently deceased father of her first husband in England (which never came). The Mansfields had two additional children, who were placed in foster care in 1657 owing to the family's poverty. The couple made numerous petitions to their relatives, neighbors, and the town officials concerning a variety of grievances and made themselves deeply unpopular. The arrest referenced in the letter stems from Mary Mansfield's outburst against another Charlestown woman in 1659 over a debt owed her husband, for which she found herself sentenced to receive ten lashes. According to a chapter devoted t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA [Gloucester City, NJ, U.S.A.]
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2020-06-15 11:18:03
[DE LAET, Johannes].
De imperio magni Mogolis sive India vera commentarius.Leiden, Bonaventura Elzevier, 1631. 24mo (10.5 x 5.5 cm). With an engraved title-page by Cornelis Claesz. Duysend and a full-page botanical woodcut. Contemporary mottled calf, gold-tooled spine. [8], 285, [16], [3 blank] pp. First edition, one of the two simultaneously published issues, of a compilation of texts devoted to the Mughal Empire, assembled by the Dutch geographer Johannes de Laet (1581-1649), director of the Dutch West India Company (WIC). At the time of publication, it was one of the few books on the Mughal Empire available to the public, and definitely the best. In contains ten texts, most of them not mentioning the author. The first describes the Mughal Empire and its topography, the second its climate and flora. The following chapters deal with the empire's population; political and civil structure; court; coins; wealth; and warfare. The ninth text is an extract from Garcia de Orta's Colóquios dos simples e drogas da India. The book closes with a history of India, a conclusion and an index.With a stamp on the engraved title-page, some brown spots. Binding rubbed along the extremities. Overall in good condition. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bombay XXII (1969), p. 192; A.L. Srivastava, Society and culture in 16th century India (1973), p. 338; STCN 832850462.
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 11:17:56
SOARES, Diogo.
Relação de secrataris Diogo Soares.[Madrid?], 16 July 1631. Folio. Sewing removed. [9], [7 blank] pp. (written leaves and blank A6 numbered 268-273). A report by Diogo Soares, Portuguese secretary to Count-Duke Gaspar de Guzmán de Olivares (1587-1645), prime minister of Spain in the years 1621-1643. The Dutch had captured Pernambuco and its surroundings in eastern Brazil from the Portuguese in 1630 and Olivares blamed the successive governors (the Albuquerque family) and turned away from their circles in Lisbon to advisors more closely tied to Olivares himself: Diego Soares in Madrid and his father-in-law and/or brother-in-law Miguel de Vasconcelos in Lisbon. Soares accused the Albuquerques of trying to shift the blame to the monarchy (the united Spanish and Portuguese crowns). In addition to much valuable background information, the document gives details concerning the financing of two armadas for "India", that is the Indies. Brazil was considered part of the West Indies, so the armadas in the present document were probably intended to counter the Dutch in Brazil, one year after the Dutch got a solid footing there.Waterstain at the upper right corner, otherwise in good condition. For the context: Valdeón Baruque, Revueltas y revoluciones en la historia, p. 72; Michiel van Groesen, ed., The legacy of Dutch Brazil, p. 293-294.
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 10:15:50
GERALDINUS, Alexander.
Itinerarium ad regiones sub aequinoctiali plaga constitutas. Opus antiquitates, ritus, mores, & religiones populoru[m], Aethiopie[a], Africae, Atlantici Oceani, Indicarumque regionum complectens.Rome, Guglielmo Facciotti, 1631. 8vo. With engraved title-page and engraved illustration on the letterpress title-page. Contemporary limp sheepskin parchment. [16], 284, [36] pp. First and only edition of one of the first works on the discovery of the West Indies, written in 1524 but previously unpublished and now edited by the author's nephew Onofrio Geraldinus. The author, Alexander Geraldinus or Alessandro Geraldini (1455-1525), was the first Bishop of Santo Domingo and an intimate friend of Christopher Columbus. This work gives a detailed narrative of his voyage along the coast of Africa to Senegal and then to Santo Domingo. Some of the digressions appear to be fabrications, including the discovery of Roman inscriptions and antiquities in Ethiopia.A few copies are known to include 12 additional preliminary leaves, but these are not included in our copy or the copies described in Sabin and JCB, even though it does include the corresponding catchword. With a small drawing of a face on the first flyleaf and some leaves browned. Very good copy. Alden & Landis 631/43; Medina, Bibliotheca Hispano-Americana II, 890; Sabin 27116.
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 09:55:17
BORRI, Cristoforo.
Relation de la nouvelle mission des peres de la Compagnie de Jesus au Royaume de la Cochinchine.Rennes, Jean Hardy, 1631. Small 8vo (15.5 x 10.5 cm). With the woodcut Jesuit IHS device on title-page. Early vellum. [8], 222 pp. Rare first French edition, published in the same year as the original Italian, of a geographical, historical and cultural description of Cochinchina (which in this book means Annam, now central and southern Vietnam) but also discussing Tonkin (northern Vietnam) and Cambodia, "one of the best sources of information for the region" (Howgego). The first half discusses topography, climate, natural history, agriculture, trade and commerce, language, government and society. The second half discusses the region's "spiritual state" and centres on the history of the Jesuit mission in these regions. Borri discusses the Vietnamese language extensively, noting its tonal nature. He shows respect for Confucian learning and, like Matteo Ricci, secularizes it and seems to have considered it compatible with Christianity, against the mainstream Jesuit view. Chapter VIII of part 1 gives an account of the trade and seaports, making it an important source for the history of the region's commercial relations with China and Japan.With an early owner's inscription on the title-page and occasional manuscript notes. Lacking the last leaf, containing the privilege, and with an excision on the title-page restored (probably to remove a library stamp) and two quires slightly browned, but otherwise in good condition. Rare first French edition of an essential source for any study of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-14 19:52:03
Jonson, Benjamin.
Imprinted at London by Will Stansby, 1616; [London: Printed for Richard Meighen, 1631-1640-1641]. Three vols. Imprinted at London by Will Stansby, 1616; [London: Printed for Richard Meighen, 1631-1640-1641]. Three vols. in two (vol. 2 divided into 4 parts, originally issued in 2 vols.), small folio, 290 x 180 mms., 11 x 7 1/4 ins, vol. 1: [10, of 12, lacking first blank], 1015; vol. 2: [12], 170; 75, [76]; 292; 132; 155 (mispaginated)pp. Engraved allegorical title to Volume I by William Hole (third state). Decorative woodcut head-pieces and initials. Early 19th-century diaper calf rebacked and beautifully restored. Internally good, with some repairs and cleaning but quite complete as issued. § First collected edition, third state of the general title to vol. 1 which usually is found with large-paper copies but also some regular copies. Vol. 2 is as described, the parts appearing in a different order in different copies.In this copy, there is as always the bewildering number of variants described by Pforzheimer who compared 20 copies without any conclusion as to how to assign priority to the various states. A notoriously complicated book found bound up in numerous variant collections of the various parts. The first two parts were carefully revised and supervised through the press by Jonson himself. "Volpone", amongst other plays in vol. one, lists William Shakespeare as one of the actors. Greg III, pp. 1070-1082. Grolier 17. Pforzheimer 559 and 560. STC 14751 and 14754. Armorial bookplate with monogram JCCW and the motto 'plus vigila' from the White (Whyte) family of Hutt … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller [United States]
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2020-06-12 17:13:05
JÜLICH-KLEVE-BERG:
Altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Hessel Gerritz b. Willem Blaeu in Amsterdam, 1631, 42,5 x 555 van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. II, S. 514f, 2381:2A, 2:022. - Dekorative Karte der niederrheinischen Territorien. - Oben links Portrait des Kaisers Rudolf II. - Oben rechts Portrait des Markgrafen Ernst zu Brandenburg. - Unten rechts Insetkarte (20 x 19) der Grafschaft Ravensberg und Lippe, darüber Wappenkartusche mit Titel.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
2020-06-12 03:34:25
CAUSSIN, Nicolas
Coloniaje Agrippinae: I. Kinckium, 1631. 1631 Ancient Egypt Polyhistor Occult Mystery Astrology + Medieval Manuscript"They say that love and tears are learned without any teacher." ― Nicolas CaussinNicolas Caussin was a 17th-century French Jesuit most-known for his treatise "The Holy Court". However, Caussin published other important books including 'De Symbolica Aegyptiorum Sapientia'. This work was a treatise on the mysteries of Ancient Egypt, focusing on hidden messages found in hieroglyphics. Caussin noted that these ancient symbols dealt with astrology and other aspects of the occult.This volume features an added 15th-century handwritten manuscript leaf. Written in double-column format with 32 lines per column. Text is liturgical in nature, though, difficult to decipher. Additionally, the remarkable pen is accompanied by red and blue inks.Item number: #11592Price: $599CAUSSIN, Nicolas[De symbolica Ægyptiorum sapientia.] Polyhistor Symbolicus: Electorum Symbolorum, & Parabolarum historicarum Stromata, XII. Libris complectensColoniaje Agrippinae: Apud I. Kinckium, 1631.Details: · Collation: Complete with all pages; 2 parts in 1o 'Electorum Symbolorum...' 150, [10]o 'Polyhistor Symbolicus' [1], 597, [17]· Language: Latin· Binding: Vellum; tight & secure· Size: ~6in X 4in (15cm x 10cm)Our Guarantee:Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide.Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation!11592Photos available upon request.
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2020-06-11 03:43:43
Jonson, Benjamin.
Three vols. Imprinted at London by Will Stansby, 1616; [London: Printed for Richard Meighen, 1631-1640-1641]. Three vols. in two (vol. 2 divided into 4 parts, originally issued in 2 vols.), small folio, 290 x 180 mms., 11 x 7 1/4 ins, vol. 1: [10, of 12, lacking first blank], 1015; vol. 2: [12], 170; 75, [76]; 292; 132; 155 (mispaginated)pp. Engraved allegorical title to Volume I by William Hole (third state). Decorative woodcut head-pieces and initials. Early 19th-century diaper calf rebacked and beautifully restored. Internally good, with some repairs and cleaning but quite complete as issued. § First collected edition, third state of the general title to vol. 1 which usually is found with large-paper copies but also some regular copies. Vol. 2 is as described, the parts appearing in a different order in different copies.In this copy, there is as always the bewildering number of variants described by Pforzheimer who compared 20 copies without any conclusion as to how to assign priority to the various states. A notoriously complicated book found bound up in numerous variant collections of the various parts. The first two parts were carefully revised and supervised through the press by Jonson himself. "Volpone", amongst other plays in vol. one, lists William Shakespeare as one of the actors. Greg III, pp. 1070-1082. Grolier 17. Pforzheimer 559 and 560. STC 14751 and 14754. Armorial bookplate with monogram JCCW and the motto 'plus vigila' from the White (Whyte) family of Hutton and Clement's Hall. Modern bookplate of William FitzHugh M.D. of Palo Alto CA, noted local coll … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller [United States]
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2020-06-10 14:18:12
SOARES, Diogo.
Relação de secrataris Diogo Soares.[Madrid?], 16 July 1631. Folio. Sewing removed. [9], [7 blank] pp. (written leaves and blank A6 numbered 268-273). A report by Diogo Soares, Portuguese secretary to Count-Duke Gaspar de Guzmán de Olivares (1587-1645), prime minister of Spain in the years 1621-1643. The Dutch had captured Pernambuco and its surroundings in eastern Brazil from the Portuguese in 1630 and Olivares blamed the successive governors (the Albuquerque family) and turned away from their circles in Lisbon to advisors more closely tied to Olivares himself: Diego Soares in Madrid and his father-in-law and/or brother-in-law Miguel de Vasconcelos in Lisbon. Soares accused the Albuquerques of trying to shift the blame to the monarchy (the united Spanish and Portuguese crowns). In addition to much valuable background information, the document gives details concerning the financing of two armadas for "India", that is the Indies. Brazil was considered part of the West Indies, so the armadas in the present document were probably intended to counter the Dutch in Brazil, one year after the Dutch got a solid footing there.Waterstain at the upper right corner, otherwise in good condition. For the context: Valdeón Baruque, Revueltas y revoluciones en la historia, p. 72; Michiel van Groesen, ed., The legacy of Dutch Brazil, p. 293-294.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-10 14:12:16
[DE LAET, Johannes].
De imperio magni Mogolis sive India vera commentarius.Leiden, Bonaventura Elzevier, 1631. 24mo (10.5 x 5.5 cm). With an engraved title-page by Cornelis Claesz. Duysend and a full-page botanical woodcut. Contemporary mottled calf, gold-tooled spine. [8], 285, [16], [3 blank] pp. First edition, one of the two simultaneously published issues, of a compilation of texts devoted to the Mughal Empire, assembled by the Dutch geographer Johannes de Laet (1581-1649), director of the Dutch West India Company (WIC). At the time of publication, it was one of the few books on the Mughal Empire available to the public, and definitely the best. In contains ten texts, most of them not mentioning the author. The first describes the Mughal Empire and its topography, the second its climate and flora. The following chapters deal with the empire's population; political and civil structure; court; coins; wealth; and warfare. The ninth text is an extract from Garcia de Orta's Colóquios dos simples e drogas da India. The book closes with a history of India, a conclusion and an index.With a stamp on the engraved title-page, some brown spots. Binding rubbed along the extremities. Overall in good condition. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bombay XXII (1969), p. 192; A.L. Srivastava, Society and culture in 16th century India (1973), p. 338; STCN 832850462.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-10 14:12:03
BORRI, Cristoforo.
Relation de la nouvelle mission des peres de la Compagnie de Jesus au Royaume de la Cochinchine.Rennes, Jean Hardy, 1631. Small 8vo (15.5 x 10.5 cm). With the woodcut Jesuit IHS device on title-page. Early vellum. [8], 222 pp. Rare first French edition, published in the same year as the original Italian, of a geographical, historical and cultural description of Cochinchina (which in this book means Annam, now central and southern Vietnam) but also discussing Tonkin (northern Vietnam) and Cambodia, "one of the best sources of information for the region" (Howgego). The first half discusses topography, climate, natural history, agriculture, trade and commerce, language, government and society. The second half discusses the region's "spiritual state" and centres on the history of the Jesuit mission in these regions. Borri discusses the Vietnamese language extensively, noting its tonal nature. He shows respect for Confucian learning and, like Matteo Ricci, secularizes it and seems to have considered it compatible with Christianity, against the mainstream Jesuit view. Chapter VIII of part 1 gives an account of the trade and seaports, making it an important source for the history of the region's commercial relations with China and Japan.With an early owner's inscription on the title-page and occasional manuscript notes. Lacking the last leaf, containing the privilege, and with an excision on the title-page restored (probably to remove a library stamp) and two quires slightly browned, but otherwise in good condition. Rare first French edition of an essential source for any study of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-09 14:38:08
CHRONOLOGIE COLLEE
Paris: Antoine Saultereau, 1631. Contemporary red morocco gilt à la Du Seuil with outer and inner rule frames and corner fleurons (panels scuffed, front stained, hinges and corners neatly repaired), sewn on seven bands, spine richly gilt in corner-and-center design, marbled pastedowns, blank free endleaves, gilt-lettered spine title CHRONOLOGIG [sic] GENERALES, all edges gilt. THIS BEAUTIFUL AND COMPLEX HYBRID BOOK BINDS ART, COLLECTING, INSTRUCTION AND ENTERTAINMENT. It was destined for a curiosity cabinet (Man in miniature), an artist or artisan (patterns of ornament, arms and armor, textiles, needlework, precious gems, hair styles, furs and ecclesiastical fashion), a collector of heads, a historian or a wealthy family to home-school women and children in secular, sacred, cultural and military history.  The present example has twenty-one illustrated individual narratives, spanning Eastern and Western rulers, biblical figures, intellectuals, statesmen, nobles, clerics and pagan gods. The iconography expressly draws on coins, medals, statuary, painting, architecture, manuscripts and printed books.  The most celebrated series, Famous Frenchmen since 1500 (here no. 18), was cut by Léonard Gaultier. We find Vesalius, Fernel, Rondelet, Joubert, Paré, Belon, Erasmus, Scaliger, Ramus, Nostradamus, Gaguin, de Thou, Budé, Alciati, Hotman, Mercator, Ortelius, Thevet, Rabelais, Marot, Ronsard, the Du Bellays, Robert Estienne, Plantin, Garamond and one hundred twenty more soldiers, aristocrats, lawyers, poets, politicians and painters, INCLUDING THE ONLY KNOWN PORTRAITS OF ARTISTS … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bruce McKittrick Rare Books [United States]
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2020-06-04 19:00:09
O. O., 1631. Mit Titelholzschnitt. 16 Bll. Umschlag. 19,5 x 16 cm. Hayn-Got. III, 492, Jantz II, 420; Bircher A 5772; VD17 3:605254R: Enth. ein von "Jungfr. Agnise Huldreichs" unterzeichnetes Schreiben an ihre Muhme und eine Antwort, unterzeichnet von "Christina Sorgin/ Wittbe"; Brüggemann, Handbuch zur Kinder- und Jugendliteratur, col. 115: "Eine Autorin die sich Christina Sorg nennt, bringt eine Korrespondenz zwischen Tante und Nichte . in der die Tante Richtlinien zur richtigen Partnerwahl gibt - der erste Mädchenroman in Briefen, in den kommenden Jahrhunderten von vielen anderen gefolgt". - Titelblatt etwas knittrig und mit altem Blattweiser. Wenig fleckig. Gutes und breitrandiges Exemplar! [Attributes: Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski [München, Germany]
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2020-05-30 12:53:39
MONET (Philibert)
Lyon, Paris: 1631. Librairie Koegui 21, rue vieille boucherie 64100 Bayonne Tél. +33 5 59 59 78 74 MONET (Philibert) - Origine et pratique des armoiries à la gaulloise - 1631 - Edition Originale 1631 - Edition originale 43431 MONET (Philibert) Claude Landry - 1631 Sous emboitage moderne. Reliure d'époque vélin souple. Dos lisse avec titre manuscrit en long. Armes de Charles Le Goux de La Berchère (1647-1719), évêque de Lavaur, puis archevêque d'Aix et enfin archevêque de Narbonne à partir de 1703 au centre des plats. Petit manque au dos. Restauration papier sur page de titre. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Librairie KOEGUI (alphab64) [64100 Bayonne, France]
2020-05-29 21:26:06
O. O., 1631. Mit Titelholzschnitt. 16 Bll. Umschlag. 19,5 x 16 cm. Hayn-Got. III, 492, Jantz II, 420; Bircher A 5772; VD17 3:605254R: Enth. ein von "Jungfr. Agnise Huldreichs" unterzeichnetes Schreiben an ihre Muhme und eine Antwort, unterzeichnet von "Christina Sorgin/ Wittbe"; Brüggemann, Handbuch zur Kinder- und Jugendliteratur, col. 115: "Eine Autorin die sich Christina Sorg nennt, bringt eine Korrespondenz zwischen Tante und Nichte ... in der die Tante Richtlinien zur richtigen Partnerwahl gibt - der erste Mädchenroman in Briefen, in den kommenden Jahrhunderten von vielen anderen gefolgt". - Titelblatt etwas knittrig und mit altem Blattweiser. Wenig fleckig. Gutes und breitrandiges Exemplar! Versandkostenfreie Lieferung
Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski [Germany]
2020-05-29 09:49:38
Jonson, Ben
London: Printed for Robert Allot, 1631. First Edition. Few incidental spots; bookplate of John Hadmar Sticht on inside front wrapper; fine.. 4to, [91]-170; text in ruled borders with side notes; modern plain pink wrappers. Apparently intended to be issued in a single volume together with two other of Jonson's plays (Bartholomew Fayre and The Staple of Newes) in a new collected edition of his works. That project was abandoned, or at any rate set aside, until 1640. In the meantime, the printed plays were issued separately, retaining the pagination of the collected volume. This copy is a bit tightly trimmed at the upper margin, but is very fresh, appealing copy. The play itself, in which a junior devil, Pug, is permitted a day of mischief on earth but finds himself outdone by the even more wicked array of thieves and conmen he encounters in London, was not a success for Jonson. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Locus Solus Rare Books [United States]
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2020-05-27 16:00:03
Mädchenromane - -
O, O, 1631. Mit Titelholzschnitt. 16 Bll. Umschlag. 19,5 x 16 cm. Hayn-Got. III, 492, Jantz II, 420; Bircher A 5772; VD17 3:605254R: Enth. ein von "Jungfr. Agnise Huldreichs" unterzeichnetes Schreiben an ihre Muhme und eine Antwort, unterzeichnet von "Christina Sorgin/ Wittbe"; Brüggemann, Handbuch zur Kinder- und Jugendliteratur, col. 115: "Eine Autorin die sich Christina Sorg nennt, bringt eine Korrespondenz zwischen Tante und Nichte ... in der die Tante Richtlinien zur richtigen Partnerwahl gibt - der erste Mädchenroman in Briefen, in den kommenden Jahrhunderten von vielen anderen gefolgt". - Titelblatt etwas knittrig und mit altem Blattweiser. Wenig fleckig. Gutes und breitrandiges Exemplar! [2 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
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2020-05-26 07:13:54
Francis Bacon
Printed by J. H. for William Lee, 1631. Condition: Very Good. The Sylva is a collection of facts and observations which was intended to become a part of Bacon"s vast philosophical project, the Instauratio Magna, a project that was never completed. The New Atlantis is a philosophical romance, a description of an ideal state in which the principles of Bacon"s new philosophy were carried out by political machinery and under state guidance." Two volumes bound in one. 19th century rebind. Sylva, the first work is the Third Edition; the second, New Atlantis, is a First Edition. Half leather. Raised bands. Dual red leather spine labels. Inner front hinge split (60%) with some tape and glue remains. Writing in a neat hand on initial free end papers. A, A2, A3, 258; 46, (43-44 mispaginated). Marbled end papers. Personal Bookplate of William Franks inside front cover. Engraved title. Frontispiece portrait. Full refund if not satisfied.
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2020-05-23 10:00:45
John Stow [c.1525-1605]
London, UK: Richardi Meighen, 1631. Good condition. [STOW, JOHN (c. 1525-1605); HOWES, EDMUND (Ed.)]. Annales, or, A Generall Chronicle of England. Begun by John Stow: Continued and Augmented with matters Forraigne and Domestique, Ancient and Moderne, unto the end of the present yeere, 1631 by Edmund Howes, Gent [sic]. N.p. [Londini: printed by John Beale, Bernard Alsop, Thomas Fawcett, and Augustine Mathewes, impensis Richardi Meighen], 1631 [i.e. 1632]. Hardcover. Reprint (second edition of the Howes amendation). Leather-bound. Thick folio (320 x 220mm), pp. [20], 537, 540-819, 819-891, 891-897, 890, 900-901, 991-1014, 1003-1050, [2], 1057-1062, [4], 1063-1087, [29] (with pagination mis-numbered throughout, this volume collates closely with ESTC S117586). Signatures: *² [par.]⁸ A-4I⁶ 4K⁴ 4L-4M⁶ 4N² 4n⁴ 4O-4P⁶ 4Q⁴ 4R⁶ 4S⁸ (4S8 terminal blank lacking). Contemporary calf covers neatly rebacked with a new spine; gilt armorial crest to upper cover; red-dyed page edges; marbled pastedowns and endpapers. English text printed in black letter. Lines of sixty-seven printed in double columns. Illustrated title-page set within architectural woodcut border. Historiated initials; head- and tail-pieces; printed marginal/shoulder notes; includes indexes - alphabetical table. Printed by John Beale, Bernard Alsop, Thomas Fawcett, and Augustine Mathewes. Beale printed the preliminaries, quires A-G, and 2A-3C; Alsop and Fawcett printed H-Z; Mathewes printed 3D-4S, cf. STC. Includes an appendix or corollary of the foundations and descriptions of the three most famous universities of England: … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-05-15 23:01:05
ZINKGREF, Julius Wilhelm. 1591-1635
Strassburg: J. Rihel and W.C. Glaser, 1631. Contemporary vellum over stiff boards (soiled), overlapping edges, later manuscript spine title. First Complete Edition. Oral tradition lies just below the surface of this collection of aphorisms, anecdotes and word play. It presents the wit of emperors, popes and princes as well as of mathematicians, printers and astronomers from the 9th to the 17th century. In the "anonymous" section, pithy wisdom, a good time and the common man carry the day. Zinkgref conjured a high literary language to bind the nation politically and culturally. The first volume originally appeared in 1626 (this page-for-page reprint has a new 2000-entry subject index). The second volume is the first printing. In good condition (scattered foxing and light stains), signature on the title dated 1751, early manuscript annotations, bookplate of de Guinzbourg. ¶Dünnhaupt, Personalbibliographien...des Barock VI: 4357,1.2; Moll, Sprichwörter-Bibliographie 3740; VD17 3:000970B.
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BOURGOGNE, Antoine à. 1593-1657
Antwerp: J. Cnobbaert, 1631. Elegant early 19th-century gilt straight-grained brown morocco (Simier), outer rule and delicate flower roll frame, gilt-lettered spine with bows in the compartments, board edge corners gilt in a fine azured pattern, three sets of endleaves - marbled, plain paper and vellum, all edges gilt, red silk marker. First Edition of this EXQUISITE MINIATURE EMBLEM BOOK in two parts. The first illustrates and condemns the vices inherent in speech - loquacity, deception, insult, vulgarity, disparagement, blasphemy, lying, perjury and false witness. The second illustrates and advances alternatives with imaginative images of telescopes, theatrical performances, exotic and domestic animals, daily life, maritime disaster, military conflict, urban and rural labors, the supernatural, singers and instrumentalists, amorous encounters, domestic tranquility and commerce. The facing quatrains sharpen the argument. As nearly all copies, that offered here lacks the blank leaf A8, bearing only pagination and the headline "Lingva". A fine copy (finger smudges on three leaves not touching the plates). ¶Praz, Studies in 17th-Century Imagery 292 "Scarce"; Landwehr, Emblem...Books Printed in the Low Countries 95 (91 emblems in error); Funck, Le Livre belge à gravures 284 ("1630" in error); The Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection. A Catalog 1454.
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2020-05-13 13:14:04
Caesar Baronius
Mainz: Johann Theobald Schönvetter, 1631. Für das Alter (387 Jahre!) sehr gut:- originale Bindung noch intakt und stabil- Einband nur leichte Gebrauchsspuren- Lesebändchen ausgerissen, aber beiliegend- innen leicht vergilbt und teilweise etwas stockfleckig- nur wenige einzelne Seiten leicht beschädigt- stellenweise dezente Anstreichungen- ein Zettel mit deutscher Übersetzung des Weihnachtsmartyrologiums eingeklebt- auf dem Vorsatz und der inneren hinteren Einbandklappe handschriftliche lateinische Eintragungen, eingeklebtes Ex librisWeiteres siehe Fotos! MARTYROLOGIUM ROMANUM, Gregorii XIII. Pont. Max. iussu editum, & Urbani VIII. auctoritate recognitum: AUCTORE CAESARE BARONIO SORANO, S.R.E. Tit. SS. Nerei & Achillei Cadinali & Bibliothecario Apostolico; NUNC ANTE MORTEM AUCTORIS, AB IPSO, (INSERTIS, qua addenda vel mutanda not auerat) reuisum, auctum, & ex singulari Decreto Pontif. Max. (ne alia Editio nisi haec iuxta Vaticanum Exemplar usurpetur) publici iuris factum, cum figuris aeneis. HUIC NOVISSIMAE EDITIONI ACCESSERUNT ET ADDITAE sunt Notae, loca Annalium Baronii, ubi de Sanctis fit mentio, vel tempora, quibus floruerunt, aut passi sunt, indicantes. Cum Gratia & Privilegio Sac. Caesareae Maiestat. speciali. MOGUNTIAE, Impensis Ioan. Theobaldi Schönvvetteri. ANNO M.DC.XXXI. Martyrologium Romanum für den Gebrauch in der katholischen Liturgie, erarbeitet vom heiligen Kardinal Caesar Baronius (1538-1607), Bibliothekar der Heiligen Römischen Kirche, Neuausgabe gedruckt in Mainz 1631 Für das Alter (387 Jahre!) exzellenter guter Zustand, außer den ausgerissenen Zeichenbänd … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-05-08 15:16:06
Caesar Baronius
Mainz: Johann Theobald Schönvetter, 1631. Für das Alter (387 Jahre!) sehr gut:- originale Bindung noch intakt und stabil- Einband nur leichte Gebrauchsspuren- Lesebändchen ausgerissen, aber beiliegend- innen leicht vergilbt und teilweise etwas stockfleckig- nur wenige einzelne Seiten leicht beschädigt- stellenweise dezente Anstreichungen- ein Zettel mit deutscher Übersetzung des Weihnachtsmartyrologiums eingeklebt- auf dem Vorsatz und der inneren hinteren Einbandklappe handschriftliche lateinische Eintragungen, eingeklebtes Ex librisWeiteres siehe Fotos! MARTYROLOGIUM ROMANUM, Gregorii XIII. Pont. Max. iussu editum, & Urbani VIII. auctoritate recognitum: AUCTORE CAESARE BARONIO SORANO, S.R.E. Tit. SS. Nerei & Achillei Cadinali & Bibliothecario Apostolico; NUNC ANTE MORTEM AUCTORIS, AB IPSO, (INSERTIS, qua addenda vel mutanda not auerat) reuisum, auctum, & ex singulari Decreto Pontif. Max. (ne alia Editio nisi haec iuxta Vaticanum Exemplar usurpetur) publici iuris factum, cum figuris aeneis. HUIC NOVISSIMAE EDITIONI ACCESSERUNT ET ADDITAE sunt Notae, loca Annalium Baronii, ubi de Sanctis fit mentio, vel tempora, quibus floruerunt, aut passi sunt, indicantes. Cum Gratia & Privilegio Sac. Caesareae Maiestat. speciali. MOGUNTIAE, Impensis Ioan. Theobaldi Schönvvetteri. ANNO M.DC.XXXI. Martyrologium Romanum für den Gebrauch in der katholischen Liturgie, erarbeitet vom heiligen Kardinal Caesar Baronius (1538-1607), Bibliothekar der Heiligen Römischen Kirche, Neuausgabe gedruckt in Mainz 1631 Für das Alter (387 Jahre!) exzellenter guter Zustand, außer den ausgerissenen Zeichenbänd … [Click Below for Full Description]
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MONET (Philibert).
96730 MONET (Philibert). Origine et Pratique des Armoiries à la Gaulloise: qui es 1631 MONET (Philibert). Origine et Pratique des Armoiries à la Gaulloise: qui est la première partie du formulaire des Arts, an François, et an Latin. A Lyon, chez Claude Landry, 1631. in-4. 8ff. 187pp. Cartonnage souple postérieur du 18e siècle. Edition Originale de l'un des plus anciens ouvrages consacrés à l'histoire et aux principes de la science héraldique française. Il fut composé par le jésuite savoyard Philibert Monet (1566-1643), fondateur du collège de Thonon en 1597 et l'un des disciples de Saint François de Sales.Cet ouvrage mettait notamment en pratique la réforme orthographique imaginée par l'auteur.Rousseurs prononcées. Très rare. Guigard, Bibliothèque Héraldique de la France, 28 ("Ouvrage où l'imagination a plus de part que la science").
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CENTORIO Ascanio
Milano,: per Filippo Ghisolfi, ad instanza & spese di Gio. Batt. Bidelli, 1631. Milano, per Filippo Ghisolfi, ad instanza & spese di Gio. Batt. Bidelli, 1631. In-8 p. (mm. 207x147), p. pelle coeva (lievi abras.), dorso a cordoni con tit. oro, tagli rossi, 12 cc.nn., 380 pp. num.; bella grande vignetta incisa in rame al frontespizio, ornato da grandi capilettera figurati inc. su legno. “Con molti Avvedimenti utili, e necessari à tutte le Città d’Europa, che cadessero in simili infortunij, e calamità”. Cfr. Predari, p. 284 - Cat. Hoepli,629: “La presente ristampa dell'opera del Centorio venne eseguita in occasione della famosa peste del 1630, quella dei "Promessi Sposi", che rimise in vigore le prescrizioni adottate nelle pestilenze precedenti.” - Argelati,1,1, 410. Esemplare corto dei margini; restauro al frontesp. per manc. ang. infer., ex-libris applicato al verso dell’ultima carta, altrimenti ben conservato.
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2020-05-04 09:15:36
Adam Islip, London 1631, 4. Aufl. Condition: Gut. Knolles, Richard The general historie of the Turkes from the first beginning of that nation to the rinsing of the Othoman family, with all the notable expeditions of the christian princes against the. Togenter with the lives and conquests of the Othoman kings and emperours. With a new continuation, from ye year of our Lord 1612 unto the yeare 1629 faithully collected. I & II-. Medium:BuchSprache:EnglischOrt/Verlag:Adam Islip, London 1631, 4. Aufl., Format:HC Erscheinungsjahr:1631Gewicht:1200g Oleder, 4°, 2 Baende., 1511s. 30 Kupfer., Einband etwas berieben und bestossen,, sonst in gutem Zustand, [AZB3,1b]. Unsere Bestellnr: #109631#.
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PONA Francesco
Verona, : per Bartolomio Merlo, Stampator Camerale, 1631. Verona, per Bartolomio Merlo, Stampator Camerale, 1631. In-8 p. (mm. 216x159), mz. pergamena con ang. coeva (risg. rifatti), pp. 139, marca xilografata al frontespizio. Rara "edizione originale" di questo importante studio sulla peste. “Francesco Pona (1594-1655), fu un medico e poligrafo veronese. Membro dell’Accademia degli Incogniti, scrisse romanzi, tragedie, commedie.. Non certo eroica fu la sua condotta durante la pestilenza, giunta a Verona tra il 1630 e il 1631. Incluso nella seconda leva dei medici precettati per far fronte ai bisogni della città e del lazzaretto, egli riuscì a essere esentato dal Provveditore. Al servizio della patria mise però la sua penna, sia in veste nosografica che storiografica. Dopo due opuscoli di carattere tecnico sulla peste, entrambi del 1630, l’anno successivo Pona pubblicherà "Il Gran Contagio di Verona", una delle sue opere più celebri. Oltre a un approccio razionalistico alle origini della pestilenza, di cui vengono ricostruite le cause storiche, geografiche e ambientali, il ‘Contagio’ si segnala per l’icastico, spesso tragico resoconto degli orribili sconvolgimenti vitali portati dall’epidemia nella città. Lo scritto, che fonde suggestioni classiche e mimesi dei fatti, farà da modello a molti resoconti posteriori della peste nell’Italia settentrionale, ispirando forse anche Manzoni”. Così Diz. Biograf. Italiani, Vol. LXXXIV. Cfr. Michel,VI, p. 138 - Cat. Piantanida,II, 2103 per la seconda ediz. del 1727 … [Click Below for Full Description]
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MONET (Philibert)
Lyon, Paris: 1631. Librairie Koegui 21, rue vieille boucherie 64100 Bayonne Tél. +33 5 59 59 78 74 MONET (Philibert) - Origine et pratique des armoiries à la gaulloise - 1631 - Edition Originale 1631 - Edition originale 43431 MONET (Philibert) Claude Landry - 1631 Sous emboitage moderne. Reliure d'époque vélin souple. Dos lisse avec titre manuscrit en long. Armes de Charles Le Goux de La Berchère (1647-1719), évêque de Lavaur, puis archevêque d'Aix et enfin archevêque de Narbonne à partir de 1703 au centre des plats. Petit manque au dos. Restauration papier sur page de titre. [Attributes: First Edition]
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2020-04-26 21:35:08
Pindar
1631. Pisa, Tanagli, 1631. 4°. (9) Bl., 748 S., (31) Bl. Mit 1 gest. (ankol.) Titel und 7 Kupfer im Text (davon 5 ganzs.). Flexibler Pergamentband der Zeit. Die Epinikia mele (Siegeslieder), Sammlung von Preisgesängen des griechischen Dichters Pindar (522 oder 518 v. Chr. - 446 v. Chr.) in italienischer Sprache, übersetzt von Alessandro Adimari. Die Kupfertafeln zeigen Wettkämpfe und Sportgeräte. - Die Vorsätze fleckig. Bindung gelockert. Der Pergamentbezug fleckig und an den Kanten mit Einrissen.
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Caesar Baronius
Mainz: Johann Theobald Schönvetter, 1631. Für das Alter (387 Jahre!) sehr gut:- originale Bindung noch intakt und stabil- Einband nur leichte Gebrauchsspuren- Lesebändchen ausgerissen, aber beiliegend- innen leicht vergilbt und teilweise etwas stockfleckig- nur wenige einzelne Seiten leicht beschädigt- stellenweise dezente Anstreichungen- ein Zettel mit deutscher Übersetzung des Weihnachtsmartyrologiums eingeklebt- auf dem Vorsatz und der inneren hinteren Einbandklappe handschriftliche lateinische Eintragungen, eingeklebtes Ex librisWeiteres siehe Fotos! MARTYROLOGIUM ROMANUM, Gregorii XIII. Pont. Max. iussu editum, & Urbani VIII. auctoritate recognitum: AUCTORE CAESARE BARONIO SORANO, S.R.E. Tit. SS. Nerei & Achillei Cadinali & Bibliothecario Apostolico; NUNC ANTE MORTEM AUCTORIS, AB IPSO, (INSERTIS, qua addenda vel mutanda not auerat) reuisum, auctum, & ex singulari Decreto Pontif. Max. (ne alia Editio nisi haec iuxta Vaticanum Exemplar usurpetur) publici iuris factum, cum figuris aeneis. HUIC NOVISSIMAE EDITIONI ACCESSERUNT ET ADDITAE sunt Notae, loca Annalium Baronii, ubi de Sanctis fit mentio, vel tempora, quibus floruerunt, aut passi sunt, indicantes. Cum Gratia & Privilegio Sac. Caesareae Maiestat. speciali. MOGUNTIAE, Impensis Ioan. Theobaldi Schönvvetteri. ANNO M.DC.XXXI. Martyrologium Romanum für den Gebrauch in der katholischen Liturgie, erarbeitet vom heiligen Kardinal Caesar Baronius (1538-1607), Bibliothekar der Heiligen Römischen Kirche, Neuausgabe gedruckt in Mainz 1631 Für das Alter (387 Jahre!) exzellenter guter Zustand, außer den ausgerissenen Zeichenbänd … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-04-25 01:10:22
Caesar Baronius
Mainz: Johann Theobald Schönvetter, 1631. Für das Alter (387 Jahre!) sehr gut:- originale Bindung noch intakt und stabil- Einband nur leichte Gebrauchsspuren- Lesebändchen ausgerissen, aber beiliegend- innen leicht vergilbt und teilweise etwas stockfleckig- nur wenige einzelne Seiten leicht beschädigt- stellenweise dezente Anstreichungen- ein Zettel mit deutscher Übersetzung des Weihnachtsmartyrologiums eingeklebt- auf dem Vorsatz und der inneren hinteren Einbandklappe handschriftliche lateinische Eintragungen, eingeklebtes Ex librisWeiteres siehe Fotos! MARTYROLOGIUM ROMANUM, Gregorii XIII. Pont. Max. iussu editum, & Urbani VIII. auctoritate recognitum: AUCTORE CAESARE BARONIO SORANO, S.R.E. Tit. SS. Nerei & Achillei Cadinali & Bibliothecario Apostolico; NUNC ANTE MORTEM AUCTORIS, AB IPSO, (INSERTIS, qua addenda vel mutanda not auerat) reuisum, auctum, & ex singulari Decreto Pontif. Max. (ne alia Editio nisi haec iuxta Vaticanum Exemplar usurpetur) publici iuris factum, cum figuris aeneis. HUIC NOVISSIMAE EDITIONI ACCESSERUNT ET ADDITAE sunt Notae, loca Annalium Baronii, ubi de Sanctis fit mentio, vel tempora, quibus floruerunt, aut passi sunt, indicantes. Cum Gratia & Privilegio Sac. Caesareae Maiestat. speciali. MOGUNTIAE, Impensis Ioan. Theobaldi Schönvvetteri. ANNO M.DC.XXXI. Martyrologium Romanum für den Gebrauch in der katholischen Liturgie, erarbeitet vom heiligen Kardinal Caesar Baronius (1538-1607), Bibliothekar der Heiligen Römischen Kirche, Neuausgabe gedruckt in Mainz 1631 Für das Alter (387 Jahre!) exzellenter guter Zustand, außer den ausgerissenen Zeichenbänd … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-04-09 18:47:06
HEINSIUS, Daniel.:
Leyden, ex officina Elzeviriorum, 1631.. FIRST EDITION, Latin text, 1631. Folio, 320 x 200 mm, 12½ x 8 inches, fine engraved pictorial title page by Duysend after Cornelis, 5 folding or double page engraved plates and 5 full page text engravings all of maps, plans and fortifications, decorated headpieces and initials, some pictorial, pages [12], 1-143 (misprinted 141), [24], beautifully printed in large type, bound in full contemporary vellum, plain spine. Spine slightly darkened, covers lightly discoloured and slightly spotted, woodcut bookplate of US artist Claudius Edmund Delbos on front pastedown, front and rear pastedowns very slightly damaged, small pale stain to 1 upper margin, otherwise contents remarkably clean and bright, small neat old paper repair to 1 fore-edge margin. Binding tight and firm. A very good clean crisp copy. Daniel Heinsius (1580 1655) humanist and poet, was one of the most famous classical scholars of the Dutch Renaissance, first appointed professor of poetics at Leyden University and later professor of Greek. In this work he gives an account in Latin prose of the three month military siege and capture in 1629 of the town of 's-Hertogenbosch by Frederik Hendrik Prince of Orange, removing it from Habsburg control. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.
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PLAGUE -
In Napoli, Appresso Ottavio Beltrano, MDCXXXI [1631]. First Naples Edition. Small 4to, pp. [viii], 63, [1] colophon; foxed and browned throughout, with some marginal worming, not affecting text; in later vellum; warped and lightly soiled. An uncommon and detailed treatise on the plague and its remedies, published at the height of the great Northern Italian epidemic of 1629-1631, which claimed the lives of some 280,000 people, chiefly in Lombardy and the Veneto. The work describes the spread and symptoms of the bubonic plague, its diagnosis, and its prognosis, before proposing a series of remedies. These range from the essentially pharmaceutical to those verging on witchcraft, and include both preventative measures and treatments for those already ill. The sources of the remedies are also given; ones used in the Constantinople outbreak of 1576, as well as suggestions by a number of named physicians, including Giulio Tresso, Prospero Danza, and the Venetian Nicolo Colocchi. The work also includes instructions on ridding affected houses and buildings of infection. We have been unable to locate any copies of the Venetian printing cited on the title. Krivatsky 9541; further copies recorded at the BL, Wellcome, Aberdeen, BNF and Bibliotheque Sainte Genevieve. [Attributes: First Edition]
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2020-04-05 13:50:53
BACON], Francis Lo. Verulam.
Printed by J. H. for William Lee at the Turkes Head in Fleet-street next to the Miter The third Edition. Folio in sixes, 1631. pp. (x), 258, (viii) A Table of the Experiments, (iv), 46, 43-44 Magnalia Natvrae. New Atlantis. A Worke vnfinished. With additional engraved title, lacking the portrait. An extra printed leaf taken from the sixth edition of 1651 - 'His Lops. Vsuall Receipt for the Gout, to which the Sixtieth Experiment hath reference.' is loosely added. [D3 page 35 is misprinted page 13]. Contemporary calf with an old rebacking, the spine beginning to crack at the ends, first two leaves slightly shaved at the margins and with some old ink spots, the final five leaves with a slight damage to the fore-edge margin with loss not affecting the text, faint browning of the paper margins, a good copy overall. *FREEMAN BNHB #143; JOHN CAREY Faber Book of Utopias, pp. 63-64 : 'New Atlantis (1627), the first science-fiction novel, is set on a Pacific island, Bensalem, where scientific research is, as in our modern world, the major intellectual enterprise. To allay fears, already current in the seventeenth century, that science would make people godless and ungovernable, Bacon presents his Bensalemites as exemplary citizens. Bacon also anticipates the results (though not the means) of genetic engineering . [Viz. listed in Magnalia Natvrae - Making of New Species; Transplanting of one Species into another].' And prescient for our times : 'Therefore amongst his other Fundamentall Lawes of this Kingdome, he did ordaine the Interdicts and Prohibitions, which we hauve touching Entr … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-04-05 12:56:02
Ashe, Thomas
1631. Notable Early Digest of Coke's Reports Ashe, Thomas [fl. 1699-1618]. [Coke, Sir Edward (1552-1634)]. Un General Table, A Touts les Severall Livres de les Reports de le Darreine Tresreverend Iudge, Sir Edward Coke Chevalier, Iadis Chiefe Iustice de Banke le Roy, Per Quelle, Touts les Cases & Matters in Yceux Conteynus, Puissont Facillement Estre Troves. Ouesq[ue] Deux Catalogues Alphabetical, Lun de les Principal Cases, Lauter de Touts les General Titles Naturallement Surdant Hors del Matter des Dits Reports. London: Printed by the Assignes of Iohn More Esquire, 1631. [560] pp. First and final leaves are blank. Includes three-page publisher list. Main text in parallel columns. Octavo (6-3/4" x 4"). Contemporary calf with later rebacking, lettering piece and raised bands to spine, endpapers renewed. Light wear to spine ends and corners, crack in text block between title page and following leaf, final leaf partially detached. Moderate toning to text, light browning to outer margins. Faint owner signature to head of title page, interior otherwise clean. Ex-library. Stamps to edges and endleaves, bookplate to front pastedown. * Third and final Law-French edition. First published in 1606, this is an important early digest of the Reports of Edward Coke then published (Parts 1-11, first published 1600-1615). A popular work, it went through three editions in Law-French (in 1606, 1618 and 1631) and three editions in English (in 1652, 1653 and 1672). It was also reprinted in 1664 and 1680 editions of Coke's Reports. Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonweal … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-04-04 13:18:19
Santorio Santorio
Petrvm Avbertvm, Républicae & Academiae Typographum, GENEVÆ, 1631. SANCTORII Ivstinopolitani Medici ac Philosophi Santorio Santorio Methodi Vitandorvm errorum omnium quiin arte Medicina & Philosoporum principum defumpta, eaque omnia experimentis, & tationibus analyticis comprobata nunc primium acceßit ciufdem Authoris DE INVENTIONE REMEDIORVM LIBER important Ouvrage relié (23 cm x 16.5 cm) reliure parchemin miel, 603 pages, suivies de 50 pages d'index et de 108 pages de Sanctorii olim in parvino gymnasio medicin Ae Theori, sur papier vergé, illustrées de bandeaux en-têtes de chapitres et de lettrines, culs de lampes, apud Petrvm Avbertvm, Républicae & Academiae Typographum, GENEVÆ, 1631 Bon état d'usage (claires mouillures éparses, sans gravité, dos désolidarisé, dernière couverture en partie déchirée) [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Liseronsblancs [NANCY, France]
2020-04-04 02:48:26
MONET (Philibert)
Lyon, Paris: 1631. Librairie Koegui 21, rue vieille boucherie 64100 Bayonne Tél. +33 5 59 59 78 74 MONET (Philibert) - Origine et pratique des armoiries à la gaulloise - 1631 - Edition Originale 1631 - Edition originale 43431 MONET (Philibert) Claude Landry - 1631 Sous emboitage moderne. Reliure d'époque vélin souple. Dos lisse avec titre manuscrit en long. Armes de Charles Le Goux de La Berchère (1647-1719), évêque de Lavaur, puis archevêque d'Aix et enfin archevêque de Narbonne à partir de 1703 au centre des plats. Petit manque au dos. Restauration papier sur page de titre. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Librairie KOEGUI (alphab64) [64100 Bayonne, FR]
2020-03-30 12:29:20
Selden, John
1631. With a Eulogy for Selden by Ben Jonson Selden, John [1584-1654]. Titles of Honor, By Iohn Selden. London: Printed by William Stansby for Richard Whittakers, 1631. [xxxvi], 67, 98-102, 101-941, [3] pp. Pagination irregular, text complete. Six large copperplate illustrations depicting men in court dress and several woodcut illustrations of coins, medals, insignia and maps in text. Folio (11" x 7"). Eighteenth-century speckled sheep, rebacked retaining spine, gilt-stamped owner insignia to front and rear boards, raised bands, recent (?) period-style lettering piece and, at foot, "1631" to spine, hinges mended. A few negligible light scuffs to boards, moderate rubbing to extremities. Title page printed in red and black. Moderate toning, somewhat heavier in places, faint dampstaining to foot of text block below text, notes in early hand to a few leaves, early owner signatures to front endleaves, light soiling to title page. A strikingly handsome binding. * Second edition, one of two issues from 1631. With a eulogy by Ben Jonson. Selden's great historical work on nobility begins with a general discussion of titles and nobility. The following chapters consider the nobility of ancient Greece and Rome, Europe, the British Isles, the Roman Catholic and Greek Orthodox Churches, the Middle East and Asia. The final chapters survey various aspects of ceremony and precedence. First published in 1614, this work went through three editions, the last in in 1672. English Short-Title Catalogue S124237.
Bookseller: lawbook exchange (intrepidbooks) [Clark, New Jersey, US]
2020-03-30 12:29:20
Amsterdam: 1631. 1] Common Prayer starting with three folios of Calendar - frayed, Sig B - act of uniformity, B3-B7 missing. then Complete to R2. 2] Psalter from Great Bible 1637 with engraved title; complete ends with Prayers. 3] New Testament London. Robert Barker 1631 4to DMH 453 Complete Engraved Title dated 1631 ends on 686pp Colophon 1631 4] Appended is Psalms, missing several missing leaves and some present are torn. Ends on Psalm 137 then prayers and ragged table with colophon Finis. more pics from nlhopkins at talk 21 dot com A very rare and delightful Black Letter New Testament with Great Bible Psalms. Good thick paper but has a number of minor blots, mini tears etc Nice contemporary rustic leather over restoration Please see my other items for sale.
Bookseller: egertonian [Rochester, GB]
2020-03-29 07:21:22
Blaeu
Virginia, anno 1631, Blaeu W., latin edition We offer an original map from G. Blaeu, Amsterdam, 1631, 37,5cm x 48 cm.: "Nova Virginiae Tabula" copperengraving edited in "Appendix Theatri A. Ortelii et Atlantis G. Mercatoris" Good copy, no cracs, wide margins only a little brownish. Some wormholes on margins, printed on thick paper, additional leaf text.
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat [Hammelburg, Germany]
2020-03-25 13:23:05
1631. AMERIKA ( The Americas ): Kst.- Karte, n. J. Hondius b. H. Hondius, 'America noviter delineata', dat. 1631, 38 x 50 Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, 9000:1D.2. Burden, Mapping of North America, 192 State 3. Diese Karte erschien erstmals 1618 bei J. Hondius mit Randansichten. Nach dem Tode von J. Hondius kam die Platte zu dessen Bruder Henricus der die Karte mit seinem Namen versah, mit 1631 datierte und ab 1633 ohne Randansichten publizierte. Hier aus der französischen Ausgabe 1633. Mit kleiner Kartusche, Segelschiffen, Meerestieren und 2 Nebenkarten (Südpol und Grönland). - Im Kartenbild je ein kleines Wurmloch links und rechts. Artikelnummer: 322982.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH (cpaulusch) [10178, DE]
2020-03-25 13:23:05
1631. AMERIKA ( The Americas ): Kst.- Karte, b. W. Blaeu, 'Americae nova Tabula. Auct: Guiljelmo Blaeuw', mit altem Grenzkolorit, nach 1631, 41 x 55,5 Burden, Nr. 189 (state 3 of 5). Koemans Atlantes Neerlandici, 9000:2. Schilder, Monumenta Cartographica Neerlandica, 16.3. 3. Zustand dieser gesuchten Amerikakarte mit geänderter Namensangabe in der Titelkartusche. Da die Zustände 1 und 2 überaus selten sind ist dies der früheste erhältliche Plattenzustand. Am oberen Rand Leiste mit 9 Stadtansichten im Oval: Havanna, S. Domingo, Cartagena, Mexiko, Cusco, Potosi, I. La Mocha, Rio de Jaineiro und Olinda, am rechten und linken Rand je 5 Trachtengruppen, unten links die Titelkartusche, oben mittig kleine Insetkarte von Grönland. Die Karte ist bis an die EInfassungslinie beschnitten, ohne Rückseitentext. Artikelnummer: 301744.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH (cpaulusch) [10178, DE]
2020-03-24 13:49:56
Tuvill, Daniel
Printed for I.S. and are to be sold by Iohn Day, and Daniel Pakeman, London, 1631. 12mo, pp. [viii], 250 including engraved title-page. Final blank leaves discarded. Early calf, front board ruled in blind with a central gilt floral stamp. Light toning and some soiling, a bit of wear to edges of first few leaves, a short wormtrail in lower margin. Rebacked and rear board recovered, 19th-century morocco label preserved on spine, front flyleaf sometime renewed. Ownership inscription of Hubert G. Norman (dated 1938) and L.A. Shapiro to front flyleaf, that of William Riley (dated 1916) to rear flyleaf, with the verso also covered in early pen trials (among them the name John Littleton). The scarce third, expanded edition of a work originally published as 'Essays, morall and theological' in 1609 and then under this title in 1629. Daniel Tuvill (d. 1660) published several works, often dedicated to members of prominent families such as the Montagus or Spencers; most of them 'were conduct-book literature inspired by the works of Francis Bacon, Montaigne, and Stefano Guazzo, among others, and were heavily reliant on secondary reading for their citations of classical and patristic works' (ODNB). ESTC locates only 4 copies outside the UK (Folger, Harvard, Huntington, NYU), and 7 copies at 5 locations (BL, Dulwich, Oxford, Thomas Plume's, and Private Collection) within. ESTC S118817. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: McNaughtan's Bookshop, ABA PBFA ILAB [Edinburgh, United Kingdom]
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