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2017-04-21 15:56:44
Bodenehr Johannes Georg (1631 - 1704 ) Augsburg
Artist: Bodenehr Johannes Georg ( - 1704 ) Augsburg; issued in : Augsburg; date: 1660 1631 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Very good; size (in cm): 18 x 29,5 - description: View of the city of Mantua with exact descrition of all important buildings. In the upper center a portrait of Henricus II. The name derives from the Etruscan god Mantus. After being conquered by the Cenomani, a Gallic tribe, Mantua was subsequently fought between the first and second Punic wars against the Romans, who attributed its name to Manto, a daughter of Tiresias. - vita of the artist: Bodenehr is the name of a German copper- and book print family who worked mainly in the 17th and 18th century in Augsburg and Dresden.
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2017-04-21 14:44:18
SECUNDUS, JANUS.
Leiden (Lugduni Batavorum), Apud Franciscum Hegerum, 1631. (Colophon at the end: 'Impressa Lugduni Batavorum, in nova officina typographica Wilhelmi Christiani, 1631') - 12mo. XXVIII,384 (recte 382),2 p. Overlapping vellum 13 cm The kissing poet (Ref: Willems 1669) (Details: 5 thongs laced through the joints. Short title in ink on the back. Engraved title with the portrait of the first love of the neolatin poet Janus Secundus, Julia, locked within a kind of medallion and surrounded by 2 cornucopiae; the text reads: Vatis amatoris Iulia sculpta manu, i.e. a portrait sculped by the hand of the author. On p. *10 verso an almost full-page engraved portrait of Janus Secundus himself, holding in his hand the medal or medallion he made with the portrait of Julia; underneath the portrait a 4 line poem by his brother Hadrianus Marius) (Condition: Vellum age-tanned, somewhat soiled & spotted. A hole of a few mm. in the vellum of the front board. Bookplate on the front pastedown. Pinpoint and almost invisible wormhole in the blank lower margin of the first 20 leaves. Some irregular pagination) (Note: The Dutch neolatin poet Janus Secundus Nicolai Hagiensis, was born on the 15th of november 1511, the day of the martyr Secundus, in The Hague. He died very young in 1536. In 1528 he moved to Mechelen where his father was appointed president of the 'High Council'. This town was the residence of the Austrian vicequeen Margaretha of Parma. The southern part of the Netherlands was in this time the center of a florishing urban civilization. In May 1530 Secundus met a young prostitute from Mech … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Fragmenta Selecta
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2017-04-21 12:54:34
Tanner, Adam S.J.]; bzw. [Graf od. Graff, Elias S.J.].
[(Dillingen], Sumptibus Caspari Sutoris; Ingolstadii, Typis Wilhelmi Ederi Anno M.DC.XXXI / Dillingen, bei Caspar Sutor; Ingolstadt, Druck von Wilhelm Eder 1631 - Bzw. Gedruckt zu Dillingen, in der Academischen Truckerey, in Verlegung Caspari Sutoris Anno M.DCXXVIII (1628)]. 2 div. Titel in 1 Band. 8° (20.4 x 16.3 x 4.3 cm). 1 Bl. (st. 6), 305+1 SS., 4 Bll. + 1 Bl. (blanko), 2 Bll. (st. 7), 1 Bl. (blanko), 216 [recte: 217]+1 SS., 3 Bll. Fehlen Titel, Dedikation und bis auf 1 Bl. das Vorwort, bzw. Titel und Dedikation; der übrige Inhalt ist jew. cpl. Typographisch sorgfältiger Schriftsatz in 7-Punkt Antiqua, bzw. 13- u. 11-Punkt Fraktur (die lat. Zitate in 9-Punkt Antiqua). Gepr. Schweinsleder-Einband d.Zt. (Patina) über 7 mm Holzdeckeln mit 2 Messingschliessen u. hs. Rückentitel. Erste (einzige) Ausgabe/n. Seiten gelegentlich marginal etwas feuchtigkeitsrandig (eher wenig und nur blass). Etwas Alters- u. Lagerungs-, wenig eigentliche Gebrauchsspuren, Sammlungsetikette a. Vorsatz u. hs. Besitzervermerk a. fl.Bl. Gesamthaft weitgehend sauberes, bis auf die fehlenden (nicht sehr wesentlichen) Seiten recht gutes Exemplar. VD17 12:113670D bzw. VD17 12:111865N - DeBacker&Sommervogel 7, sp. 1850, Nr. 28 nur für die beiden ersten Teile von 1613 u. 1614, bzw. 3 (Graff), sp. 1657, Nr. 3. - Beide Titel digitalisiert in BVB/BSB. - DB&S geben als Titel für Teil 1 u. 2 an: Lutherus (bzw. Ecclesiasticus) : seu Anatomiae Confessionis [etc.], ein Hinweis auf den späten Band 3 ist nicht auszumachen. - Tanners vorliegendes Werk ist zu verstehen als Beitrag zur Auseinandersetzung um die sog. A … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Franz Kühne Antiquariat und Kunsthandel [Affoltern am Albis, Switzerland]
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2017-04-21 06:40:37
GIANNOTTI, Donato.
Ex officina Elzeviriana, Lugd. Batav, 1631. [2] p., 506 p., [18] p., [4] c. di tav., 12 cm , m.p. con fregi. Buono, ordinari segni d'uso e del tempo. Donato Giannotti (27 November 1492 - 1573) was an Italian political writer and playwright. He was one of the leaders of the short-lived Florentine Republic of 1527. He subsequently wrote theoretical works on republicanism. After the return of the Medicis, he lived in exile, dying in Rome. He was supported by Cardinal Niccolò Ridolfi. He became acquainted with Michelangelo at the time he worked in the Signoria in Florence. According to Vasari, Giannotti approached Michelangelo with the commission from Ridolfi, for the ''Brutus''. Donato era di Firenze, qui nacque nel 1492 e mori' mori' a Roma nel 1573, teorico repubblicano fu' avversario dei Medici, per cui dovette andare esule a Venezia nel 1538,. Tra le sue opere si ricordano : Della Repubblica dei Veneziani 1526-1533, della Repubblica Fiorentina 1531, un discorso delle cose d'Italia al Santissimo Padre e nostro Signore Papa Paolo III, 1535,. Scrisse anche dei Dialoghi de' giorni che Dante consumo' nel cercare l'Inferno e il Purgatorio, editi nel 1539, due commedie : il vecchio amoroso 1533-36 in prosa e Milesia in terzine, quest'ultima d'incerta datazione.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Adige
2017-04-15 05:03:49
PINDARO.
Tanagli, 1631. gr. vol. in-4, pp. (18), 748, (64), leg. ottocentesca m. perg. con doppio tass. e tit. oro al d. con fregi, piatti in cart. dec. Antip. allegorico inc. in rame da C. Audran su dis. di A. Varani, con l'impresa nobiliare del Card. Barberini, nipote di Urbano VIII, cui l'opera è dedicata. Front. a due colori. Testat., iniziali e final. xilogr. Marca tipogr. in legno al front., ripetuta al fine. Con 6 belle tavv. in rame n.t. che illustrano i primi giochi olimpici (lancio del disco, pallamano, calcio, lotta, corse, etc). Altra gr. incis. in rame n.t. in cui si vede un giovane suonatore di organo e altro che aziona il mantice. Rara ediz. orig. e unica opera volgarizzata di Pindaro recensita da Paitoni (III, pp.106-108). E' la più celebre opera dell'Adimari "per il suo apparato erudito" (DBI, I, p.278). Brunet IV, 663: "On estime plus les observations d'Adimari sur Pindare que sa traduction". Gamba 2054. Graesse V, 297. Qualche occasionale isolata brunit. Bell'esempl. [094]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Scriptorium
2017-04-15 05:03:49
PINDARO.
Pisa, Tanagli, 1631 "gr. vol. in-4, pp. (18), 748, (64), leg. ottocentesca m. perg. con doppio tass. e tit. oro al d. con fregi, piatti in cart. dec. Antip. allegorico inc. in rame da C. Audran su dis. di A. Varani, con l'impresa nobiliare del Card. Barberini, nipote di Urbano VIII, cui l'opera è dedicata. Front. a due colori. Testat., iniziali e final. xilogr. Marca tipogr. in legno al front., ripetuta al fine. Con 6 belle tavv. in rame n.t. che illustrano i primi giochi olimpici (lancio del disco, pallamano, calcio, lotta, corse, etc). Altra gr. incis. in rame n.t. in cui si vede un giovane suonatore di organo e altro che aziona il mantice. Rara ediz. orig. e unica opera volgarizzata di Pindaro recensita da Paitoni (III, pp.106-108). E' la più celebre opera dell'Adimari "per il suo apparato erudito" (DBI, I, p.278). Brunet IV, 663: "On estime plus les observations d'Adimari sur Pindare que sa traduction". Gamba 2054. Graesse V, 297. Qualche occasionale isolata brunit. Bell'esempl. [094]"
Bookseller: SCRIPTORIUM Studio Bibliografico [Mantova, MN, Italy]
2017-04-07 11:55:43
Johannes Angelius Werdenhagen
Leiden: Johannes Maire, 1631. Two volumes. 24mo. (Vol 1: 10,5 x 5,0 cm; Vol 2; 10,5 x 5,3 cm). 985; 1307 pp. Uniform contemporary full overlapping vellum, spines with handwritten title. This work contains a lot of information about the history and the contemporary events of the Hanseatic Leage and its different towns. It consists of two volumes, each with two parts. All four parts ending with their own Index capitum. Part 1 of volume 1 (pp 1 - 592) provides more general information on the Holy Roman Empire and the Hanseatic League (society regulations, the federation, the treaties, servitutes, wars &c). Part 2 of volume 1 (pp 593 - 985) pays much attention to Magdeburg and the relation with the rulers of Saxony. Volume 2 provides an encompassing description of the area of the Hanseatic League with geographic and economic information of the European towns and their commercial partners. Much information is given of the different contributing towns. Part 1 (pp 3 - 752) provides mainly information on the German towns (a.o. Bremn, Hamburg, Lübeck, Mecklenburg, but also several Dutch towns). Part 2 (pp 753 - 1307) gives informations about the towns from other countries, but especially the towns from the Low Countries (a.o. Dordrecht, Amsterdam, Enkhuizen, Brielle, Middelburg, Zierikzee, Utrecht, Deventer, Kampen, Harlingen, Groningen). Volume 1 with a separate engraved portrait of Werdenhagen by Crispin de Pas after the title page. Both volumes with slightly different engraved title pages. Volume 1 with the coats of arms of the Hanseatic cities Lübeck, Cologne, Braunschweig and D … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-04-03 01:44:07
BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER
1631. (BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER) BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER. The Book of Common Prayer… London: Robert Barker and the Assignes of John Bill, 1631. Three volumes bound as one. Octavo, early 19th-century three-quarter brown calf, raised bands, marbled and painted boards. Housed in a custom clamshell box. $2500.Early 17th-century edition of the Book of Common Prayer, author Granville Penn's copy, bound in a unique folk-art decorative binding with hand-painted covers.The beautiful and dignified language of the Book of Common Prayer, first issued in 1549, has considerably influenced not only ecclesiastical practice but also literature in English for centuries. Illustrated with woodcut royal coat of arms on title page; decorative woodcut initials, head- and tailpieces throughout. Bound with contemporary editions of John Speed's popular Genealogies (first published in 1611), which presents 34 engraved charts; and with the Apocrypha from the King James Bible. Hand-ruled in red throughout. The hand-painted front board reads, “The Book of Common Prayer printed in the 7[th?] year of King Charles the first, and in the year of Lord God 1631, with Genealogies of all the Tribes from Adam [to] the Blessed Virgin Mary [and?] our Savior Jesus Christ.” The rear board is decorated with a hand-painted floral pattern. Griffiths 1631:2. STC 16384. A bookbinder's autograph note, dated August 19, 1837, laid in, mentioning that the book has been “bound and cleaned.” The note is addressed to author Granville Penn, the grandson of Pennsylvania founder William Penn. “Penn published a number of competent trans … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bauman Rare Books [U.S.A.]
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2017-03-17 20:31:19
Johannes de Laet
Leiden: Elzevier, 1631. 24mo (11,0 x 5,5 cm). (8), 285, (16) pp. Contemporary full overlapping vellum, spine with handwritten title. This Republic on India "The Empire of the Great Mogul, or the Real India" is the first of the series that covers a state outside of Europe (including Turkey and Russia) and also the first Western example of a systematic account of the Mogul/Mughal Empire, especially the Northwestern part of that Empire. For this work, De Laet used many sources, including unpublished material from the archives of the VOC. India is treated in 10 chapters, according to De Laet's design for the Republics. The engraved title page by by Cornelus Claeszoon Duysend. With a full-page woodcut illustration, three headpieces and 3-, 4-, and 5-line decorated woodcut-initials at the beginnings of the chapters and the preface. There have been published two editions of this work in 1631, the first one with 299 pages, the second with 285 pages, but with the same text, due to more efficiënt typesetting. Ours is the second edition. Excellent and remarkably fresh copy. For a full description and more images please visit www.zaalbooks.nl .
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2017-03-17 10:48:18
Weever, John (1576-1632)
London: Printed by Thomas Harper. And are to be sold by Laurence Sadler at the signe of the Golden Lion in little Britaine. 1631 - First edition; folio; [20], 871, [17]pp. In early full leather, respined in nineteenth century over five raised spine bands with gilt lettered green and red leather spine labels to second and fourth compartments, gilt date to foot of spine, and gilt tooling in remaining compartments (binding a little worn, spine faded, unobtrusive old ink inscription '18' to bottom compartment.) Old ownership labels to front and rear pastedowns and auction slip attached to vol.1 front free endpaper. Complete with extra engraved title-page and frontispiece engraved by T. Cecil (frontispiece skilfully window-mounted on matching antique paper), 18 woodcut illustrations, and with the uncommon printed index at rear (probably produced separately and often omitted). Already in his fifties Weever embarked upon his project to comprehensively describe the significant tombs and memorials of the United Kingdom, managing to cover much of South East England before he passed away. The destruction of many of these tombs during the civil wars have made his work especially valuable to subsequent generations. A complete, clean and attractive copy. ESTC S118104. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Lyppard Books
2017-03-09 17:22:49
Aurelius Prudentius Clemens & Silius Italicus
Amsetrdam: Janssonius, 1631. 2 works in 1 vol. 24mo (10,4 x 5,4 cm). 261; 279 pp. Contemporary overlapping vellum, joints with 5 thongs, spine with handwritten author-names. Both works with engraved title page. Two classical works bound together, both in fine condition and both published by Janssonius. For a full description and more images please visit www.zaalbooks.nl .
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2017-03-06 19:31:26
Pierre DU MOULIN
Chez Pierre Aubert. First edition, rare. Velin full time. Smooth back. Title in black pen blurred. Burnished and tasks on vellum. Title page detached. Marginal foxing on the last 10 pages, and the first book in the middle. Cropped short in the right margin. Figurehead among the speakers of Protestantism, like Charles Drelincourt, pastor of the Reformed Church of Paris was among the ablest controversialists, combining eloquence and violent diatribes. The author criticizes the Roman Catholic position and replace the Scriptures as supreme judge of controversies, not the pope or the church. This is a book about the controversy of the Scriptures, between the Catholic and Protestant church. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Chez Pierre Aubert Geneve 1631-1632 Fort in-8 (9,5x16,5cm) 544pp. ; (16) 423pp. relié
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet
2017-03-06 10:54:41
Moratti, Pietro
Presso Clemente Ferroni. Ad instanza di B. Cavalieri, & C. Ingegnieri, 1631. in 4°, 19 cm, copertina "alla rustica" coeva con antica carta che rinforza il dorso, p. (8), 124, vignetta allegorica con i simboli di Bologna al frontespizio. Brunitura omogenea a qualche carta
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Orfeo (ALAI-ILAB)
2017-03-06 10:54:41
Moratti, Pietro
Presso Clemente Ferroni. Ad instanza di B. Cavalieri, & C. Ingegnieri, In Bologna, 1631. in 4°, 19 cm, copertina "alla rustica" coeva con antica carta che rinforza il dorso, p. (8), 124, vignetta allegorica con i simboli di Bologna al frontespizio. Brunitura omogenea a qualche carta Molto buono [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Orfeo (ALAI - ILAB) [Bologna, BO, Italy]
2017-03-06 00:20:18
Dodderidge, John
Printed by the Assignes of I. More Esq.. Only edition of Dodderidge's principal work, his singular attempt to determine the qualities of the lawyer and law student, and to probe the fundamental nature of law, his "scholarship reach[ing] far beyond that of most contemporary lawyers". Contemporary speckled calf, neatly and unobtrusively rebacked, showing some wear, light browning, yet an appealing copy. Printed by the Assignes of I. More Esq., London, 1631.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc.
2017-03-04 21:30:32
GOTTFRIED, Johann Ludwig.
Frankfurt: Matthias Merian, 1631. Three parts in one volume, folio, engraved allegorical title, seven double-page or folding maps and plates, and 174 half-page text engravings; one or two scattered worm holes but a fine copy in contemporary vellum, ties lost, corners slightly bumped; front flyleaf loose; bookplate. First of several editions of this handsome book on the colonisation and conquest of the New World, a heavily-illustrated collection of voyage material relating to the antipodes. While some of the material deals with South America and the oceans of the southern hemisphere, there is much on North America and the West Indies: the word antipodes is used here in its loose sense of opposite ends of the globe, whether opposite by latitude or longitude, thus giving a context for seventeenth-century notions of the antipodes.This is 'important and magnificent, greatly sought after, expensive and rare', says Borba de Moraes, while Müller noted that it 'is sufficiently well known that good copies are very rare... '. For many years it was attributed to Johann Philipp Abelin, the sixteenth-century German chronicler, whose Theatrum Europaeum was a series of chronicles of the chief events in the history of the world down to 1619. Internet resources all repeat this attribution (an object lesson to us all) although, according to Borba de Moraes, J.L. Gallati proved (Der Koniglich schwedische in Deutschland geführte Krieg, 1902) that Gottfried was in fact the real author and not one of Abelin's pseudonyms.The material derives from the Grands Voyages, the great De Bry collection of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hordern House
2017-03-04 18:33:19
LE VASSEUR DE BEAUPLAN, Guillaume
Rouen, Jacques Cailloüé, 1631. ____ Première édition. Ce très rare manuel d'astronomie est illustré par 5 planches gravées sur cuivre et un tableau dépliant. Exemplaire complet de la jolie planche dépliante (36 x 30 cm), la "sphère plate universelle" dont l'usage est traité dans les 78 pages suivantes. Elle est signée "Le Vasseur fecit". L'auteur, qui cite Copernic et Tycho Brahé, expose avec prudence les différentes hypothèses. Ainsi des orbes célestes : l'opinion "la plus commune" est que chaque orbe est complètement séparée de l'autre, "sans laisser de vide entre deux". D'autres, pensent que "les étoiles se meuvent là de la même façon que les poissons en l'eau" & les oiseaux en l'air". Cette dernière opinion paraît être celle de l'auteur. - Du monde, de ses parties, de ses mouvements. - Des cercles desquels la sphère matérielle est composée. - Discours des levés et couchés des signes, de la diversité des jours et des nuits & de la division des climats. - Bref discours de la théorie des planètes. - L'usage de la sphère plate universelle. Guillaume Le Vasseur de Beauplan, né en Normandie, était ingénieur ordinaire du Roi et géographe. Il est le premier à avoir publié une carte de Normandie sur une grande échelle. Cet ouvrage a été publié anonymement et sans le consentement de l'auteur, selon une note à la fin. Frère, Manuel du bibliographe normand (I, 82) ne connaissait pas cette première édition, mais cite de cet auteur "L'usage de la sphère plate universelle, oeuvre agréable aux curieux, profitable aux doctes, nécessaire aux navigateurs, & où se trouvent facilement expli … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude
2017-03-02 17:37:02
Thomas More
Amsterdam: Janssonius, 1631. 32mo (9,3 x 4,6 cm). 263 pp. Conemporary vellum, joints with 4 thongs, spine with handwritten title. A very small, miniature Dutch Thomas More-edition with an interesting printing history, exemplary for the "Republic of Letters" of the 17th century in the Netherlands. This aspect also well illustrated by the letters from the preliminaries. This 1631-edition is an exact copy of the second of these Blaeu-editions from 1629. But it is interesting that Blaeu had this edition in 1629 also published under his own name, using the same engraved title page, and furthermore his own printer's device. That edition is not quoted by Gibson. The preliminaries contain several letters, written by humanists - Erasmus to Johann Froben, Guillaume Budé to Thomas Lupset, Buslidius to Thomas More, Pierre Gilles to Busleyden and Johannes paludanus to Pierre Gilles. With a 5-line decorated woodcut initial. Small typeset: 28 lines to the page. Engraved title page with a name in ink and an oval name-stamp. Endpaper with an old handwritten ex-libris "Franz Jos. Á Handl. 1739". Three pages of handwritten text on last endpapers and flyleaf - text somewhat faded. Covers bit stained, a few unobtrusive stains in first two quires (including title page), but otherwise a very nice, rather rare, well-kept and very small edition. For a full description and more images please visit www.zaalbooks.nl .
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2017-02-25 15:40:12
Daniel Heinsius
Leiden: Elzevier, 1631 First edition. 4to (30,3 x 20,1 cm). (12), 141 (=143), (25) pp. 18th-century full richly gilt-tooled sheepskin. Illustrated with an engraved title page & 5 plans/maps and 5 fold. & double-page plans. Including the index. Fine Elzevier edition in folio on the siege and capture of Den Bosch in 1629 in a beautiful binding. Highlight from the Elzevier presses, describing the successful siege and capture of 's Hertogenbosch in 1629 by the stadtholder Frederick Henry (Frederik Hendrik), Prince of Orange, and the other events of war in the year 1629, including the story of the capture of the Spanish Silver Fleet by Piet Hein (a view of Hein's fleet in the Bay of Mantanzas is included on the engraved title), and the siege of Wesel. The first Latin edition, which preceded the French version. Fine antiquarian condition. Complete with all maps and plates in a beautifully decorated contemporary binding. Fine large Elzevier edition. For a full description and more images please visit: www.zaalbooks.nl .
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2017-02-25 11:47:00
Manasseh Ben Israel (Menashe) ]
Amsterdam: Manasseh Ben Israel [Menashe] 1631 - Contemporary boards. 8vo. 113 and 154 leaves. 15 cm. In Hebrew. Title translates to "Mishna: Part I [and] Mishna: Part II. " One of Menasseh ben Israel’s first publications and the second edition of the Mishna ever to be published in Amsterdam. Manasseh (Menasseh) Ben Israel (1604-1657), was an "Amsterdam scholar, printer and diplomat. Manasseh . Became a member of the Hevrah for Talmud Torah at the age of 12, began to frequent the yeshivot when he was 14, made his first public oration in Portuguese when he was 15, and at 17 wrote his first book, Safah Berurah, a grammatical work (unpublished and known from two manuscripts). His extraordinarily extensive knowledge in the theological rather than the talmudic sphere and his linguistic abilities made him a forerunner of the Jewish scholars of the 19th century who attempted to present Judaism in a sympathetic manner acceptable to the Christian world. He founded the earliest Jewish Hebrew printing press in Amsterdam (1626), where he continued to publish works in Hebrew, Yiddish, Latin, Spanish, Portuguese (and some in Dutch or English) for the remainder of his life.The first part of his [Menasseh's] Conciliador (1632, in Spanish; 1633 in a Latin translation by Dionysius Vossius), reconciling apparently discordant biblical passages, gained him a great reputation in Christian circles (the remaining three parts appeared in Spanish only, 1641–51).The Manasseh b. Israel press, which was not always in his own hands, published about 80 titles. For these works, as well as his syn … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Dan Wyman Books, LLC
2017-02-25 11:47:00
[Manasseh Ben Israel (Menashe) ]
Amsterdam: Manasseh Ben Israel [Menashe]. 1631. Hardcover. Contemporary boards. 8vo. 113 and 154 leaves. 15 cm. In Hebrew. Title translates to ?Mishna: Part I [and] Mishna: Part II. ? One of Menasseh ben Israel?s first publications and the second edition of the Mishna ever to be published in Amsterdam. Manasseh (Menasseh) Ben Israel (1604-1657), was an "Amsterdam scholar, printer and diplomat. Manasseh?. Became a member of the Hevrah for Talmud Torah at the age of 12, began to frequent the yeshivot when he was 14, made his first public oration in Portuguese when he was 15, and at 17 wrote his first book, Safah Berurah, a grammatical work (unpublished and known from two manuscripts). ? His extraordinarily extensive knowledge in the theological rather than the talmudic sphere and his linguistic abilities made him a forerunner of the Jewish scholars of the 19th century who attempted to present Judaism in a sympathetic manner acceptable to the Christian world. He founded the earliest Jewish Hebrew printing press in Amsterdam (1626), where he continued to publish works in Hebrew, Yiddish, Latin, Spanish, Portuguese (and some in Dutch or English) for the remainder of his life.....The first part of his [Menasseh's] Conciliador (1632, in Spanish; 1633 in a Latin translation by Dionysius Vossius), reconciling apparently discordant biblical passages, gained him a great reputation in Christian circles (the remaining three parts appeared in Spanish only, 1641?51)....The Manasseh b. Israel press, which was not always in his own hands, published about 80 titles. For these works, as well … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-02-17 20:27:21
[Manasseh Ben Israel (Menashe) ]
Amsterdam: Manasseh Ben Israel [Menashe], 1631. Contemporary boards. 8vo. 156, 154, 152, 113 pages. 15 cm. In Hebrew. Title translates to
Bookseller: Dan Wyman Books LLC
2017-02-06 20:35:26
Thomas Segetus - Johannes de Laet [ed.]
Bookseller: Zaal Books [Netherlands]
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2017-02-05 06:41:03
Bodenehr Johannes Georg ( 1631 - 1704 ) Augsburg
Artist: Bodenehr Johannes Georg ( - 1704 ) Augsburg; issued in: Augsburg; date: 1725 1631 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Very good; size in cm : 20,5 x 33,5 - description: Atlas shows 9 maps, 3 city mapsod Assoff and Terky/ 5 maps of Krim and Ukraine/1 view and city map of Astrachan at the river Wolga - Vita of the artist: Bodenehr is the name of a German copper- and book print family who worked mainly in the 17th and 18th century in Augsburg and Dresden.
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG
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2017-01-25 10:14:58
Matthaeus Merian
- um 1631, Kupferstich, dekorativ koloriert, 15x55 cm -*- ALTE ORIGINAL-GRAPHIK UND STÄDTEANSICHTEN DEUTSCHLAND
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2017-01-12 21:38:49
BURIDAN (Jean-Baptiste)
A Reims, chez Nicolas Hecart, 1631. - Très fort in-4, rel. de l'ép. plein veau fauve, dos à 5 nerfs, caissons ornés d'un fleuron doré au centre, roulette dorée sur les nerfs, double filet doré en encadrement sur les plats, tranches rouges, 1107 pp.- [48] ff. n. ch.(table) -53 pp. (procès verbal). Discrètes restaurations aux coiffes, mors et coins, petites épidermures aux plats, bon état au demeurant. Rousseurs diffusent et mouillures angulaires principalement marginales, un f. désolidarisé, l'intérieur reste cependant correct, bon ex. Deuxième éd. de cet important et rare ouvrage, la première est parue en 1630. Réf. bibliographiques : Gouron et Terrin, 2137. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Trait d'Union sarl.
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2017-01-01 17:21:11
Willet, Andrew
London, Aug. Matthewes, for Robert Milbourne 1631. (46) 778 (1) p. Contemporary Leather with 5 raised bands, Folio (The spine is a bit worn and restored on the sides.).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Roo
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2016-12-31 10:07:49
DU CHESNE (André).
Paris, Sébastien Cramoisy, 1631. Deux ouvrages en un volume in-folio, 6 feuillets dont le titre, 455 pages, (7) pp. de tables; (1) feuillet pour le titre des Preuves, 691 pages, Nombreux blasons gravés dans le texte. Ex-libris armorié de la famille de Lionne (Dauphiné). Veau d'époque, dos à nerfs orné, double filet doré d'encadrement sur les plats, médaillon floral au centre (cachant le joint d'une ancienne greffe de peau due à des armoiries retirées), petites armes des de Lionne dans les angles (lions et colonnes). Coiffes et coins restaurés. Édition originale, bien complète de la deuxième partie constituée des Preuves de l'Histoire des Maisons. Saffroy III, 42508.
Bookseller: Librairie Bertran
2016-12-30 13:15:42
Peter Engerisser (Autor)
Späthling. Die Jahre 1631 bis 1635 überzogen Franken, Schwaben und die Oberpfalz mit einer Vielzahl kriegerischer Ereignisse. Dieses Buch bietet einerseits eine detaillierte chronologische Schilderung der historischen Abläufe dieses Zeitraumes. Es vermittelt aber auch ein eindrucksvolles Bild von Heerwesen, Söldnermentalität, Sitten, Gebräuchen und Zeitgeist des Dreizigjährigen Krieges sowie dessen verheerenden Auswirkungen auf Alltag und Leben der Bevölkerung. In mehr als 120 Kurzbiographien erfährt der Leser zudem interessante Details - vor allem über die weniger bekannten Befehlshaber und Offiziere dieser Epoche. Die hier vorliegende überarbeitete und erheblich erweiterte Auflage enthält erstmals die genaue Nomenklatur aller im Gebiet des damaligen Fränkischen Kreises in Aktion getretenen Regimenter und ihrer Befehlshaber - von der Schlacht bei Bamberg 1632 bis zu der bei Nördlingen 1634.
Bookseller: Buchservice Lars Lutzer [Germany]
2016-12-19 19:09:45
SPEED, John
London,: George Humble, 1631. London,: George Humble,, 1631. [1631]. Engraved maps with hand colouring. A set of five maps comprising a world map and maps of the four known continents. The world map is on a double hemispheric projection in a simple strapwork border, with two smaller celestial maps between. The centre is decorated with personifications of the four elements, and the corners with astronomical information and diagrams. Four cartouches hold portraits of famous explorers, with an English bias: Sir Francis Drake, Ferdinand Magellan, Thomas Cavendish, and Olivier van Noort. Each of the continent maps is surrounded by a border containing views of the principal cities and local people in native costume. John Speed (1552-1629) was the outstanding cartographer of his age. His 'Theatre of Great Britain', first published in 1611 or 1612, was the first atlas of Great Britain: Speed prepared the maps himself about two years before they were published. These maps are from the 'Prospect of the Most Famous Parts of the World', produced in collaboration with Speed to accompany the 'Theatre' and published in a joint edition by George Humble in 1631. Many of the maps were anglicized versions of works by Dutch makers, who introduced the carte-à-figure style, with borders of figures in local costume and city views. Chubb XXV.
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books [United Kingdom]
2016-12-19 19:09:45
SPEED, John
Are to be sold by George Humble in Pops-head Alley against the exchainge, [1631]., London. Speed?Äôs map of the Bermudas Engraved map. A map showing Bermuda and other Caribbean islands, after a 1622 map by Richard Norwood. This was the first English printed map of Bermuda and showed the island?Äôs divisions into tribes and shares for the first time. The Bermudas were then called the Somer Islands after Admiral George Somer, an English navigator who was forced to land there in 1609 while on a relief mission to the English colony at Jamestown. His crew lived there for ten months and laid the foundations of the English colony. They eventually built new ships and continued to Jamestown, where they provided vital support to the colonists there. Somers died on Bermuda a year later on his return journey. Richard Norwood was brought to Bermuda by the Somer Islands Company in 1613 in an attempt to adapt a diving bell he had invented for pearl diving. Although this venture failed, he was commissioned to survey the island group. All the land outside of the Company holdings was divided it into eight areas called tribes; these were then subdivided into 25 acre allotments called shares. Individuals were not meant to own more than ten shares in any given tribe.John Speed (1552-1629) was the outstanding cartographer of his age. His ?ÄòTheatre of Great Britain?Äô, first published in 1611 or 1612, was the first atlas of Great Britain: Speed prepared the maps himself about two years before they were published. This map is from the ?ÄòProspect of the Most Famous Parts of the World?Äô, produced … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books LLP [London, United Kingdom]
2016-12-19 19:09:45
SPEED, John
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books LLP [London, United Kingdom]
2016-12-19 12:23:00
GAFFAREL Jacques.
Rouen, Jean Bouley, 1631 ; in-8 de [8] ff., 315 pp., vélin souple de réemploi. Seconde édition, augmentée ; la première parut en 1629. Jacques Gaffarel était bibliothécaire de Richelieu. Le traité est illustré de 2 grandes planches hors texte repliées et de plusieurs figures dans le texte gravées sur bois. Ex-libris manuscrit ancien Le prince Alexandre Lohenlobé.- Exemplaire un peu défraîchi et modeste.- Notes manuscrites en marge.- Caillet II, 4293.
Bookseller: Anne Lamort Livres Anciens
2016-12-18 22:24:54
HEIDELBERG:
Kupferstich v. Merian aus Theatrum Europäum, 1631, 25 x 39 Fauser, Nr. 5561. - Dargestellt ist die Eroberung Heidelbergs durch Tilly im Jahr 1622.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck [Berlin, B, Germany]
2016-12-15 15:09:32
Stettler, Michael
...verübter Kriegen und wohldenckwürdiger Geschichtenn. Auf ein Neues revidiert und biß auff das 1631 Jahr vermehret sampt einer kurtzen Verzeichnus der Achtbarste Minder Burgundischen oder Nüchtlandischen von Graffen, Freyen und Edlen, hievor bey vielen unbekanten Geschlechternn etc durch Michael Stettler. [Zweiter Titel:] Annales oder Gründliche Beschreibung der fürnembsten geschichten und Thaten welche sich in gantzer Helvetia, den jüngsten Jahren nach von ihrem anfang her gerechnet, als sonderlich seither erbawung der Loblichen Statt Bern in Nüchtland: Auch in geschäfften darin diese berühmbte Nation bey Kriegen, Bündnussen und andern hochwichtigen händlen mit Bäpsten, Kaysern, Königen Fürsten und sonderbahren hohen Ständen bis auff das 1627 Jahr participirt, verlauffen (...). Der erste Theil. Angebunden: Chronicon oder Gründtliche Beschreibung der denckwürdigesten sache unnd thaten, welchem den Helvetischen Landen an jetzt die Eydgnoschafft oder das Schweitzerland genent (...) bis auf das 1627. Jahr (...) sich zugetragen unnd verloffen. (...). Der andere Theil. - (bestossen und berieben, vorderes Gelenk gelockert, innen unterschiedlich gebräunt, wenige Wurmspuren im weißen Rand des Innenfalzes, in einem Fall auch in den Kolumnentitel, wenig störend, Paginierung teils springend resp. irrig. ..., Gestoch. erster Titel, zweiter, zweifarb. Titel. ...Gestochener erster Titel, zweiter, zweifarbiger Titel, 2 Blatt Dedication, 2 Blatt Widmungstexte an Stettler, 672 [recte: 674] Seiten, 9 Blatt. Register, 1 Blatt Errata Titelei, 2 Bl. Vorrede, 1 Bl. Widmungstext an Stettler … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Bürck
2016-12-13 15:27:38
Overbury, Sir Thomas.
Printed by R.E. for Robert Allot and are to be sold at the sign of the Beare in Pauls Church-yard, London 1631 - The fifteenth Impression. London, Printed by R.E. for Robert Allot and are to be sold at the sign of the Beare in Pauls Church-yard, 1631. Duodecimo. 317 unnumbered pages (collated complete). 18th century Hardcover (full leather with gilted spinelabel 'Overbury'. The binding a little shaky but holding. 18th century endpaper with handwritten notes in ink. Manuscript exlibris 'Paul Exner ex libris 939'. Several contemporary ownership signatures within the book (for example Henry Grier, 12th of Apryll 1687). Titlepage professionally repaired. Wonderful example of this rare book. Sprache: English The binding a little shaky but holding. 18th century endpaper with handwritten notes in ink. Manuscript exlibris 'Paul Exner ex libris 939'. Several contemporary ownership signatures within the book (for example Henry Grier, 12th of Apryll 1687). Titlepage professionally repaired. Wonderful example of this rare book.
Bookseller: The Time Traveller's Bookshop Ltd.
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2016-12-12 09:44:34
Daniel Heinsius
Leyden: Elzevier, 1631 First edition. 4to (303 x 201 mm). (12), 141 (=143), (25) pp. 18th-century full richly gilt-tooled sheepskin. Illustrated with an engraved title page & 5 plans/maps and 5 fold. & double-page plans. Fine Elzevier edition in folio on the siege and capture of Den Bosch in 1629 in a beautiful binding. For a full description and more images please visit: www.zaalbooks.nl .
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2016-12-11 13:48:21
TASSIN, Nicolas.
[Paris, Cramoisy, vers 1631].1 vol. in-8 à l'italienne, (19 x 25,5 cm) ; 27 pl. Reliure du XIXe siècle en demi-basane marbrée, dos à nerfs ornés de fleurons, pièce de titre de maroquin rouge, filet doré sur les plats. Deux petits trous de vers dans la marge inférieure. Page de titre brunie, rousseurs à la dernière planche. Très bel ouvrage, bien complet, comprenant : page de titre, table, carte de Normandie, carte du gouvernement de Rouen, plan de Rouen, vue de Rouen, carte du gouvernement du Havre de Grace, plan du Havre de Grace, carte du gouvernement de Dieppe, plan de Dieppe, carte du gouvernement de Quilbœuf [Quillebeuf], vue de Quilebœuf, carte du gouvernement d'Evreux, vue d'Evreux, carte du gouvernement de Lisieux, vue de Lisieux, carte du gouvernement de Caen, plan de Caen, carte du gouvernement du Pont de l'Arche, vue de Pont-de-l'Arche, carte du gouvernement de Granville & du Mont St Michel, plan de Granville, vue du Mont Saint-Michel, carte du gouvernement de Mortaigne [Mortagne-au-Perche], vue de Mortaigne, carte du gouvernement de Meulan, vue de Meulan.(Poids = 350 g.)
Bookseller: Librairie Raphaël Thomas [France, Rennes]
2016-12-04 08:02:01
Heinsius, Daniel
Bookseller: Antiquariaat de Roo [Zwijndrecht, Netherlands]
2016-12-03 21:59:33
PARÉ, Ambroise (translated by CROOKE, Helkiah)
31.4 x 21cm. Paper covered boards with leather back with partial gilt titles and leather corners.(i Title Page), (i blank), (ii The Printer To The Reader), (i Contents), (vi To the Worshipfull Company of the Barber Chyrurgeons - H Crooke 1615), (i To the Younger Sort of Barber Chirurgians - 1630), (i blank), (i Ambrose Fisher verse), 60pp. Numerous woodcuts throughout. Label to front pastedown stating: 'The Army Medico-Chirurgical Society, Portsmouth, from J W Fleming F.R.C.S., Surgeon-Major, 4th Dragoon Guards'. Additionally the title page is inscribed by Fleming: ''The Army Medico-Chirurgical Society, Portsmouth, from J W Fleming F.R.C.S.' Fleming was a noted collector of militaria. This is the first appearance in English of An Explanation of the Fashion and Use of three and fifty Instruments of Chirurgery, which was not fully published in English until 1634. Paré (c1510-1590) was a pioneer in surgical techniques and battlefield medicine (in particular the treatment of wounds) and inventor of several surgical instruments, notably the "crow's beak" to control haemorrhaging during amputation. The boards are worn, having loss to the paper covering the boards, loss of most of the spine, very rubbed edges and corners. The binding is firm and square. Internally, there is a 10.5 x 6cm label to the front pastedown as detailed above. The prelims from 'To the Worshipfull Company of the Barber Chyrurgeons' to p1 are lightly stained to the top half of the page as is the top 2cm or so of the remainder of the pages. There are occasional spots, small stains, ink and finger ma … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-12-02 10:51:58
DU CHESNE (André).
Paris, Sébastien Cramoisy, 1631. Fort volume in-folio comprenant six parties, un tableau généalogique orné de blasons, gravé et replié, nombreuses armoiries gravées dans le texte.(8) feuillet dont le titre gravé, 338 pp. pour l'Histoire et les Preuves, (1)f. d'addition, (sans le feuillet de table annoncé par Saffroy); 78 pp., 79 pp. de Preuves; 112 pp, 101 pp. de Preuves; 152 pp. (Maison et Preuves); 80 pp. (Maison de Broyes), 67 pp. (Preuves). Ex-libris armorié de la famille de Lionne (Dauphiné). Veau d'époque, dos à nerfs orné, double filet doré d'encadrement sur les plats, médaillon floral au centre (cachant le joint d'une ancienne greffe de peau dûe à des armoiries retirées), petites armes des de Lionne dans les angles (lions et colonnes). Premier plat détaché, coiffes manquantes, dos cassé avec manques. Edition originale et seule publiée. Saffroy, I, 11632.
Bookseller: Librairie Bertran
2016-12-01 22:31:04
Dodderidge, Sir John; Doddridge, Sir John
1631. Copy of Doddridge's English Lawyer with Two Interesting Associations: Theron Metcalf and John Poulett Doddridge, Sir John [1555-1628]. The English Lawyer. Describing a Method for the Managing of the Lawes of this Land. And Expressing the Best Qualities Requisite in the Student, Practizer, Judges and Fathers of the Same. London: Printed by the Assignes of I. More Esq, 1631. [viii], 271, [1] pp. Quarto (7-1/4" x 5-1/4"). Handsome period-style quarter calf over marbled boards, endleaves retained. Minor wear to head of spine, corners lightly bumped, hinges partially cracked, original spine lettering piece and gilt-stamped device of John Poulett, originally part of front board, affixed to front pastedown, signature of Theron Metcalf dated 1834 to front free endpaper. Light browning to text, light soiling to title page. Occasional check marks, brackets and underlining in pencil, "0-1-0" in ink to head to title page in tiny hand, interior otherwise clean. A nice copy with two interesting associations. * Only edition. Doddridge wrote this book to advise aspiring lawyers. Among other points, such as suggested readings and advice concerning personal demeanor, he urges the student to acquire a solid liberal-arts education that emphasizes subjects with practical application, such as logic and etymology. Regarding the specifics of legal education, he discusses the best methods of study and information on the sources and principles of English law. Holdsworth said it was the "most notable" book of its kind. As distinguished a jurist as Coke and Bacon, Doddridge was a counselor of th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
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2016-11-29 17:48:32
DUMOULIN Pierre:
A Genève, Chez Pierre Aubert, 1631.In-12 de XII-1659 pages, plein veau moucheté brun, dos lisse richement orné, pièce de titre bordeaux, tranches rouges. Sans les coiffes, coins frottés, mors fragiles, quelques brunissures et mouillures.Très rare. Dumoulin attaque avec beaucoup de violence différents points de la liturgie catholique.
Bookseller: ILLIBRAIRIE | Alexandre Illi | Bombadil SA [Switzerland, Genève]
2016-11-15 02:33:59
Dodderidge, Sir John; Doddridge, Sir John
1631 - Copy of Doddridge's English Lawyer with Two Interesting Associations: Theron Metcalf and John Poulett Doddridge, Sir John [1555-1628]. The English Lawyer. Describing a Method for the Managing of the Lawes of this Land. And Expressing the Best Qualities Requisite in the Student, Practizer, Judges and Fathers of the Same. London: Printed by the Assignes of I. More Esq, 1631. [viii], 271, [1] pp. Quarto (7-1/4" x 5-1/4"). Handsome period-style quarter calf over marbled boards, endleaves retained. Minor wear to head of spine, corners lightly bumped, hinges partially cracked, original spine lettering piece and gilt-stamped device of John Poulett, originally part of front board, affixed to front pastedown, signature of Theron Metcalf dated 1834 to front free endpaper. Light browning to text, light soiling to title page. Occasional check marks, brackets and underlining in pencil, "0-1-0" in ink to head to title page in tiny hand, interior otherwise clean. A nice copy with two interesting associations. * Only edition. Doddridge wrote this book to advise aspiring lawyers. Among other points, such as suggested readings and advice concerning personal demeanor, he urges the student to acquire a solid liberal-arts education that emphasizes subjects with practical application, such as logic and etymology. Regarding the specifics of legal education, he discusses the best methods of study and information on the sources and principles of English law. Holdsworth said it was the "most notable" book of its kind. As distinguished a jurist as Coke and Bacon, Doddridge was a counselor of t … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-11-05 17:28:26
HONDIUS JODOCUS.
1631. Incisione in rame, mm 370x490, colorata. Tratta da "Nova et accurata italiae hodiernae descriptio". Fascinosa carta della penisola e delle isole, arricchita di navi e creature mitologiche; bel cartiglio figurato in alto a destra. Jodocus Hondius, latinizzazione dall'olandese di Joost de Hondt (1563-1612) fu un pittore, incisore e cartografo fiammingo. La sua attività, continuata dal suo omonimo figlio, contribuì a fare di Amsterdam il centro della cartografia europea del XVII secolo. Discreto esemplare complessivamente piacevole nonostante numerosi restauri ai margini (fra cui, oltre a strappi, un'ampia mancanza reintegrata), un lungo strappo abilmente restaurato alla piega centrale, che in parte devia verso l'interno della carta, un forellino e altri piccoli difetti.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Perini s.a.s.
2016-11-05 16:06:16
KNOLLES RICHARD:
UNKNOWN, 1631. .......BEFORE THE RISING OF THE OTHOMAN FAMILIE WITH ALL THE NOTABLE EXPEDITIONS OF THE CHRISTIAN PRICES AGAINST THEM. THIS COPY LACKS A TITLE PAGE BUT A NOTE IN THE BOOK CLAIMS THE FOURTH EDITION, 1631. SMALL FOLIO, 1511 PAGES PLUS 'A BRIEF DISCOURSE ON THE GREATNESS OF THE TURKISH EMPIRE BY KNOLLES (15 PAGES), PLUS INDEX (INCOMPLETE). THE EARLY PAGES HAVE SOME LOSS TO THE EDGES WITH NO SIGNIFICANT LOSS OF TEXT, AND THESE HAVE BEEN RE-LAID AT SOME POINT. 34 ENGRAVED ILLUSTRATIONS. THE BINDING IS FULL LEATHER - POOR WITH LOSS TO THE SPINE AND WORMHOLES, BUT THE CONTENTS ARE GENERALLY GOOD, WITH THE DEFECTS DESCRIBED ABOVE TO THE EARLY PAGES. VERY SCARCE.
Bookseller: Hawkridge Books [United Kingdom]
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2016-10-28 06:24:20
SENNERT (Daniel).
Wittenberg, Sumptibus Haredum Zachariae Schureri, (à la fin: Typis Ambrosii Rothi), 1631. - in-4. 109pp. (i.e. 108). 2ff. pp.109-132. Parchemin souple moderne. Edition Originale de cet ouvrage sur la goutte de Daniel Sennert (1572-1637), célèbre médecin allemand adepte de Paracelse dont il essaya de combiner les théories chimiques avec la médecine galénique. Il est suivi, avec un titre particulier, par la "Tragopodagra", pièce de théâtre satyrique sur la goutte de Lucien de Samosate. Le texte grec de cette œuvre est accompagné ici de la traduction latine d'Erasmus Schmied (1570-1637). Exemplaire avec de nombreuses annotations manuscrites d'une main de l'époque. Rousseurs. Bon exemplaire. Bayle et Tillaye, I, 444. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas
2016-10-22 16:31:13
ROJAS, Fernando de. Translated by James Mabbe.:
London, printed by J.B. [John Beale] and are to be sold by Ralph Mabbe, 1631. Wherein is contained, besides the pleasantnesse and sweetenesse of the stile, many philosophicall sentences, and profitable instructions necessary for the younger sort: shewing the deceits and subtilties housed in the bosomes of false seruants, and cunny-catching Bawds. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION 1631 of La CELESTINA (Spanish original first published anonymously in 1499), 4to, approximately 270 x 190 mm, 10½ x 7¼ inches, printer's device on title page, some decorative headpieces and historiated initials, pages: Lacks A1 blank [14 of 16], 1- 88, 91-202, [2], the jump from 88-91 has the correct catchword nothing missing, a couple of errors of pagination, collation: A8, B-Bb4, Cc6 (-A1 - blank), Cc3 misnumbered Cc2, text is continuous and complete, Cc6 is a blank. Bound in full calf, rebacked, triple blind ruled border to covers and on spine, original gilt lettered label, no pastedowns, last endpaper present. Spine rubbed and faded, gilt dull, corners bumped, a few small scuffs, scrapes and signs of wear to covers, endpapers replaced with incunable leaves in black letter with red headings and initials, 2 lines of subtitle cut out on center of title page and now repaired on blank side and replaced with facsimile text, 3 small ink blots and a couple of faint ink words on title page (see image), small repair to lower margin of title page and following A3, 3 short closed edge tears to leaf Cc neatly repaired, another in the text with no loss of legibility, Cc is possibly reinserted as upper margin is trimmed … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.
2016-10-20 21:36:04
Gesualdo M. Gio. Andrea
Venezia, presso Alessandro Griffio (Giacomo Vidali), 1631. In-quarto Con due tavole, una sonetti e canzoni, l'altra di tutte le cose degne di memoria, 413 pp.; pregiata edizione veneziana con il commento di Gesualdo, autentico monumento dell'esegesi petrarchesca. Ottime condizioni copertina dell'epoca
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Battistutta
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