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2018-09-27 20:54:07
1631. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-09-27 13:58:17
1631. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-09-26 00:34:26
Andrewes, Lancelot
London: 1631 Lancelot Andrews 'XCVI Sermons' FOLIO FINE BINDING Bible Theology Christian 1631 Lancelot Andrews 'XCVI Sermons' FOLIO FINE BINDING Bible Theology Christian Click images to enlarge Description 'XCVI Sermons By The Right Honourable, And Reverend Father In God, Lancelot Andrewes, Late Lord Bishop Of Winchester. Published By His Majesties Speciall Command' By Lancelot Andrewes [1555-1626] London: Printed By Richard Badger. Dated: MDCXXXI. [1631] Folio. [13.00'' tall x 9.00'' wide x 3.50'']. Collates textually complete [16], 331, [3], 333-379, 362-364, 381-385 ie 383], [3], 383-1008, [4], 24, [2], 25-167, [5], 22p. Lacking portrait & 9 leaf index at close only. A very solid and clean copy in the main. Minor marks, light blemishes or insignificant reading wear only else a very nice copy. Bound in full contemporary calf. Finely re-backed with raised bands and blind lines. Hand-tooled gilt lettered label to the spine. Solid and very attractive restored period binding. ********************************************** Buy with confidence. At Humber Books we have been retailing 17th.C. theology and Bibles worldwide since 1972. ********************************************** Images sell! Get Supersized Images & Free Image HostingCreate your brand with Auctiva's Customizable Templates. Attention Sellers - Get Templates Image Hosting, Scheduling at Auctiva.com. Track Page Views With Auctiva's FREE Counter.
Bookseller: Humber-Books [Kingston Upon Hull, GB]
2018-09-25 19:50:08
London: 1631.
Bookseller: humber-books [Kingston Upon Hull, GB]
2018-09-25 09:36:39
Thomas Morton
London: printed by W. Stansby, for Robert Mylbourne, 1631. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [Saint Paul, Minnesota, US]
2018-09-20 16:57:59
NIEREMBERG, Juan Eusebio
Sumptibus Jacob Cardon, 1631. In-8º. (8)ff, 572, (2), 44, (1) pp. Title-page in red & black, printed fleur-de-lis on frontispice, woodcut head and tailpieces and decorative initial letters. Bound in full contemporary vellum, red title-label on spine, blue edges, occasional light foxing but in very good condition. NIREMBERG was the son of a Tyrolean father and of a Bavarian mother, who belonged to the retinue of María de Austria, daughter of Carlos V. They settled permanently in Spain where Juan Eusebio always lived. They knew Juan Caramuel, with whom Juan Eusebio would close a great friendship. He began studying at the University of Alcalá de Henares, but in 1614 he entered as a novice at Villagarcía de Arosa, despite the opposition of his father, who managed to get him out of there. However, he persisted in his idea and got his father to let him continue. He studied Greek and Hebrew at the College of Huete, and arts and theology at the University of Alcalá with his friend Juan Caramuel between 1618 and 1623. In 1623 he was ordained priest and professed as a Jesuit in 1633. He spent some time in Toledo, but was called to Madrid to teach humanities and natural sciences at the Imperial College of Madrid of the Society of Jesus for six years. Later he was in charge of teaching biblical exegesis and theology for a three-year period. During his time as professor of natural sciences published some scientific works such as Curiosa Philosophy and natural issues (Printing of the Kingdom, Madrid, 1630) and Historia naturae, maxime peregrinae (Antwerp, 1634) written with amenity, but … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Chaco 4ever Books [CABA, BS AS, Argentina]
2018-09-07 17:10:52
Gervase Markham
London, Printed by Nicholas Okes for John Harison. Cheape and Good Husbandry for the Well-Ordering of all Beasts, and Fowles, and for the Generall Cure of Their Disease, the 5th edition 1631. A Fine copy beautifully bound in mottled calf, teg, gil=t tooled border and spine, morocoo label by Riviere, marbled endpapers, new endpapers. xxii 188 ppProvenance Ex-Libris The Lawes Agricultural Trust Library, with the small part of ink stamp to rear pastedown [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Finecopy ABA [Westbury, WILTS, United Kingdom]
2018-09-05 07:26:16
BLAEU, Willem Janszoon.
Amsterdam, 1631, Latin text edition. Coloured. 380 x 495mm. Paper lightly toned overall. Brazil, orientated with north to the right. The title cartouche is of two indians, an inset map shows the area around Salvador, and vignettes copied from de Bry show a hammock, goats, a battle and cannibals cooking lunch. The plate was engraved by Jodocus Hondius Jnr, son of the Jodocus who purchased the Mercator plates. When he died in 1629 many of his plates were sold to Blaeu, much to the chagrin of the Hondius firm run by Henricus Hondius and Jan Jansson, who were forced to rush the engraving of new plates. This is a very early example of Blaeu's printing, published in the third edition of his 'Appendix Theatri A. Ortelii', a year after his first atlas and four years before the first issue of his 'Novus Atlas'. KOEMAN: Bl 3.
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [London, United Kingdom]
2018-08-28 09:12:55
Weever, John
Thomas Harper, London, 1631. First edition. 4to., [xvi] 871 [14 index] pp, extra engraved title page by Thomas Cecil, eighteen woodcut illustrations (six full-page). Foliation can be supplied upon request. Text is printed within a ruled frame, with headpieces, tailpieces, and floriated initials. Contemporary full polished calf with hand-tooled decorative borders in blind to both boards, six raised bands, red morocco label with gilt lettering on backstrip, edges speckled red. A good copy, internally bright and crisp with light scattered foxing, lacks the portrait of John Weever but has the extra engraved title-page and original index, the original title-page appears to have been carefully cut along the margins and mounted on what was formerly the ffep, the engraved title-page is similarly mounted on a blank leaf from the book that has been detached and slipped in, covers are rubbed and scuffed, joints are shaken and split though still attached .Notwithstanding these defects, the contents are clean, intact, and very good. In addition to being a discourse on its subject, this work is a compilation with commentary on epitaphs, arms and inscriptions on tombs, monuments, church windows et al. The work focuses on the dioceses of Canterbury, London, Norwich and Rochester. Lowndes and DNB (both citing Wharton's Anglia Sacra) note that John Weever (1576-1632)-poet, anthologist, and antiquary-made extensive errors in the interpretation of numbers and in transcription. However both note the work's great utility to historians and biographers. Writing in 1899, Sidney Lee (who wrote the W … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Walkabout Books, ABAA [Laguna Hills, CA, U.S.A.]
2018-08-27 13:58:53
Fludd, Robert (1574-1637).
[Frankfurt:] [Wolfgang Hofmann for Officina Wilhelm Fitzer,], 1631. Folio. [4], 413; 93 pp. with 2 folding tables, a foldout plate, thirty text engravings, charts, tables, etc. Bound in later half vellum over paper covered boards, blue and red morocco gilt lettering labels on spine, edges red. Binding discolored and rubbed, front hinge cracking. Lacks front flyleaf; old stamp on title-page, illustration on page 50 cropped. Fludd was one of the best known British philosophers of his day, physician and occultist. "All disease, starting from a certain point, proceeds either in one direction or in another. The 'Catholic' disease springs from the sin of man, and is a plague which is sent to evil hearts by Jehovah through evil angels.the essence of disease is corruption by sin.Disease is either acute or chronic, and is undoubtedly affected by the influence of the planets.A large portion of the work treats of the stellary influence on health and disease.The effects of the moon are laid down in certain definite canons. The divine science of numbers is also explained in regard to its relation to disease, and the thirty days of the month have each their influence on the progress of disease. A very large portion of the Catoptron is taken up with a treatise 'De Nomandia, sive Oypomantia'--that is, 'divination' 'per urinam.' The four 'conflexions' are explained in their relation to sickness." 'The tract [Pulsus] is divided into five parts: 1. The radical mystery of the pulse is opened up. 2. Contains the essential definition of the pulse, both from sacred writ and the opinions of Ethnic … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Moroccobound Fine Books [Lewis Center, OH, U.S.A.]
2018-08-23 18:01:30
SJ [SPEED, John.]
London: Robert Barker: 1631. Contemporary full leather binding, with gilt decoration to the front, spine and rear. Text in double columns. Illustrated by engraved title pages, head and tail piece vignettes and decorated initials. The Bible appears complete, but there is no numbering of pages, so collation is reliant on the register. The beginning portion particularly (Genealogies and introductory matter) appears to begin each section with a new register. (so I cannot be certain that the genealogies is complete. There is NO title page for the Old Testament - beginning with the first page of the book of Genesis. However, the register shows that this page followed properly, and indicates no loss. The full collation is as follows: The Genealogies - title page, verso is dedication to the Christian reader. A Description of Canaan (Two leaves, with text and double page map). Total 3 leaves. (no printer's marks) followed by 8 Trees of Genealogy (B-B4). An Act of Uniformity of Common Prayer. (A2-A7). Dedication to King James (A2)The Old Testament then Begins A3-Yy3 (including the Book of Apocrypha. Engraved title for the New Testament (dated 1631). Pagination continues Yy4-Kkk8. Finis with Barker's imprint and date 1631. The Book of Psalmes is followed by The Whole book of Psalmes collected into English Meater. Which has it's own engraved title page. The collation is A-G3. The binding is sound, but has rubbing to the edges and particularly the spine edges. Gilt has faded somewhat. Still attractive though. The pages are darkened, and there is slight chipping to many of the pages, i … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Harrison-Hiett Rare Books [United Kingdom]
2018-08-14 10:59:01
I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. 1631 1st ed Mughal Empire INDIA Persia de Laet ELZEVIR Dutch West India Company Johannes de Laet (1581 - 1649) was a Dutch geographer and director of the Dutch West India Company. Philip Burden called his History of the New World, "...arguably the finest description of the Americas published in the seventeenth century" and "...one of the foundation maps of Canada". de Laet was the first to print maps with the names Manhattan, New Amsterdam (now New York) and Massachusetts. This work is a valuable description of India, especially the northern parts of India. This is often thought to be the first attempt to provide a systematic account of the Mughal Empire for Western researchers and scholars. Main author: Johannes de Laet; Duysend (engrav.) Title: De imperio Magni Mogolis, sive India vera commentarius. Published: Lvgdvni Batavorvm, ex officina Elzeviriana, 1631. 1st ed Language: Latin FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Wear: wear as seen in photos Binding: tight and secure leather binding Pages: complete with all 299 pages; plus indexes, prefaces, and such Publisher: Lvgdvni Batavorvm, ex officina Elzeviriana, 1631. Size: ~4.25in X 2in FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Shipping: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Satisfaction Guarantee: Customer satisfaction is our first priority. Notify us within 7 days of receiving your item and we will offer a full refund guarantee without reservation. $599 Joannes or Johannes de Laet (Latinized as Ioannes Latius) (1581 in Antwerp - buried 15 December 1649, in … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-08-01 18:11:23
Markham, Gervase
London: 1631. Reissue, various editions, see below. [28], 188, [2]; [12], 118, [2]; [12], 252; [4], 24; [12], 158; [8], 133, [3] p. : ill. (woodcuts). WITHOUT GENERAL TITLE PAGE. 4to. A reissue, with added general title page (here missing), of "Cheape and good husbandry," 5th ed., 1631; "Country contentments," 4th ed., 1631; "The English house-vvife," 4th ed., 1631; "The Inrichment of the vveald of Kent ... revised, inlarged, and corrected," 1631; "Markhams farewell to husbandry," 3rd ed., 1631; all by or edited by Gervase Markham; and "A Nevv Orchard and Garden," 2nd ed., 1631, by William Lawson. One of the most popular general household books of the 17th century with 15 separate editions before 1700. Poynter 34.5. Contemporary speckled calf, blind french fillet, with early manuscript waste-paper. Handsome copy.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2018-07-28 15:26:28
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 [IT]
2018-07-28 07:19:56
BRIGGS, Henry
Best And Most Complete Edition of Briggs Work on Decimal Logarithms, Complete with the First English Translation[BRIGGS, Henry]. Logarithmicall arithmetike.Or Tables of logarithmes for absolute numbers from an unite to 100000; as also for sines, tangentes and secantes for every minute of a quadrant: with a plaine description of their use in arithmetike, geometrie, geographie, astronomie, navigation &c. These numbers were first invented by the most excellent Iohn Neper Baron of Marchiston, and the same were transformed, and the foundation and use of them illustrated with his approbation by Henry Briggs Sir Henry Savile Professor of Geometrie in the Vniversitie of Oxford. The uses whereof were written in Latin by the author himselfe, and since his death published in English by diverse of his friends according to his mind, for the benefit of such as understand not the Latin tongue. London: George Miller, 1631.[Together with][BRIGGS, Henry], [VLACQ, Adrianum]. Arithmetica logarithmica sive Logarithmorum chiliades... Editio secunda aucta per Adrianum Vlacq. Goudae: Excudebat Petrus Rammasenius, 1628.Best and most complete edition and the first English edition. Our present copy contains the 1628 Gouda "second edition" or rather Vlacque's first edition, and the first English edition of Briggs' introduction. Folio (13 x 8 3/4 inches; 331 x 221 mm). [2], 54, [8, table of latitudes], [2, blank]; [6], 79, [1, blank], [2, table half-title], 764 pp. 1628 edition lacking errata leaf in the preliminaries. Title-page of 1628 edition printed in red and black. Vignette printer's device on 16 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Heritage Book Shop, LLC [US]
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2018-07-25 22:14:02
Titus Lucretius Carus ( Capece)
Impensis Guilielmi Fitzeri, librarii Angli, excudebat Wolfgang. Hofmannus, 1631. In-8º. 3 parts (79, \1, 262, \2 p.; \288 c.; 127, \1 p.). Tit. from second part: Scipionis CapicI De principiis rerum libri duo: ad Paulum 3. pontificem maximum. Tit. from third part: Lexicon Lucretianum, siue in Titi Lucretii Cari de rerum natura . Studio & labore Danielis Parei. Bound in full contemporary brown calf with coat of arms of family Sallo. Spine richly gilt 5 raised band. Nice binding. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Chaco 4ever Books [CABA, CABA, Argentina]
2018-06-28 21:29:27
MAYER, JOHN
London, Thomas Cotes, for John Bellamie/2nd volume: London, John Haviland, for John Grismond 1631. 2 volumes in 1 binding, (10) 621 (4), (10) 670 (4) p. Contemporary Leather with ribbed back, rebound spine, Folio (new endpapers, lacks page 425-428 from the first volume. John Mayer 1583-1664, was a biblical commentator. His life was spent in digesting the work of former commentators on the Bible and adding notes of his own. He is most known for his commentary on the whole Bible which was published in 7 volumes. This binding contains the fifth and sixth volume and comments on the Evangelists, Acts of the Apostles and all the Epistles of the Apostle Paul.).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Roo [Netherlands]
2018-06-25 20:40:48
Opitz, Martin (Übers.) – Grotius, Hugo.
Ohne Ort (am Schluss: Gedruckt in Brieg, durch Augustinum Gründern), Müller, 1631. Erster Druck der ersten deutschen Ausgabe, "die beste jüngere Apologie der christlichen Religion, verfaßt von G. während der Gefangenschaft in Loevestein und durch Opitz ganz in dt. Alexandrinerpaare übertragen" (Dünnhaupt). Diese Übersetzung soll Opitz in Paris für Cornelia, die Tochter Grotius', zur Unterstützung ihres Deutschunterrichts unternommen haben. In der Vorrede, dem Breslauer Rat gewidmet, eine schöne Apologie der Schlesischen Stadt, ". dem auge der Städte, der blum Europens – dann wie kann ich Breßlaw anders als mein Vaterlandt nennen". Die Angaben des VD17, es gäbe 10 Blatt Vorstücke (Blatt 1 soll ein Porträt sein) sind irrig und beruhen auf Angaben der Weimarer Bibliothek. Dort ist das Porträt eine private Zugabe, die bei keinem anderen Exemplar vorhanden ist. Die Bogensignatur zählt, wie auch Dünnhaupt angibt, folgerichtig zwei Vier-Blatt-Lagen, das 9. Blatt, Signatur )( )( )(, ist ein Einzelblatt. – Vorsätze mit altem Papier erneuert. Gutes, breitrandiges Exemplar. Aus dem Besitz des kaiserlich gekrönten Dichters Petrus Gejer mit einer sauber geschriebenen Widmung an ihn auf dem Kupfertitel. Im Text Korrekturen von Druckfehlern von der gleichen Hand sowie Unterstreichungen und Anmerkungen wohl von der Hand Gejers. Die Initialen P.G.N.P. auf dem Vorderdeckel bedeuten: Petrus Gejer Notarius Publicus. Leider ließ sich nichts weiter über ihn ermitteln. – VD17 12:123180M; Dünnhaupt 123; Goed. III 46, 52a; Ter Meulen/Diermanse 152 (gibt noch zwei Titelvarianten an); Faber du Faur 2 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Braecklein [Berlin, Germany]
2018-06-08 15:59:37
Fiochetto Giovan Francesco
appresso Gio. Guglielmo Tisma, 1631. In-4° antico (162x103mm), pp. (12), 9-315, (27) di indice, legatura antica m. pelle e angoli. Stemma sabaudo inciso al frontespizio. Dedica a stampa a Vittorio Amedeo I. Testatine, finaletti e capilettera ornati o istoriati incisi su legno. Sparsi aloni e bruniture. Restauri al margine inferiore delle pp. 145, 209, 279. In buono stato nel complesso. Prima edizione, molto rara, di questo trattato sull'epidemia di peste che colpì Torino e buona parte dell'Italia nel 1630 (la stessa pestilenza che ispirò al Manzoni alcune delle più belle pagine dei "Promessi Sposi"), composta in contemporanea agli eventi dal Protomedico di Corte Fiochetto (Vigone, 1564-Torino, 1634). Dopo una dettagliata descrizione del contagio, rapidamente propagatosi, il Fiochetto ne espone l'eziologia, la diagnostica, la terapeutica, le regole per la purificazione della città. Wellcome, 2289. Krivatsy, 4078n. Vinciana, 2093. Canavesio, Seicentina, p. 307. Hirsch, II, p. 368. Bonino, I, 376: "Il Fiochetto non nega l'influsso degli astri nella produzione della peste, ch'egli dice propagarsi per contatto mediato, o immediato, e per sola inspirazione dell'aria, corrotta, che circonda l'inferno". Non in Manno. Sono censite 5 copie in SBN / ICCU. Italiano
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Galleria Gilibert [IT]
2018-06-08 15:45:15
(BAS-RHIN) BRUNN (Isaac).
Sans lieu ni nom d'imprimeur (Strasbourg ?), Anno 1631. in-8 (17cm.x11,5 cm.). Titre et 7pl. Cartonnage moderne genre ancien. Edition Originale et premier tirage de cette très rare et charmante suite dessinée par Isaac Brunn et gravée par le graveur Herman Weyen (mort en 1672). Elle se compose de 8 planches y compris le titre, représentant des miroirs différends richement décorés. Dans chaque miroir est représenté un personnage resté célèbre par la gravité d'une faute commise mais aussi par la repentance et la volonté d'amendament dont il fut preuve ensuite : (David roi de Judée, Manassé roi de Judée, Marie Magdeleine, Zacchaeus de Jéricho, Saint Pierre l'Apôtre, Dismas, le bon larron et Saint Paul). Dessinateur et graveur Isaac Brunn, né en Allemagne, à Pressebourg, en 1590, mort en 1667, vécut et travailla à Strasbourg. On lui doit la publication en 1617 du premier ouvrage sur la célèbre cathédrale de la ville. Cette suite fut très probablement publiée aussi à Strasbourg. Bel exemplaire.
Bookseller: L'Ile Enchantée [France, Paris]
2018-06-05 05:50:48
Bodenehr Johannes Georg (1631 - 1704) Augsburg
Artist: Bodenehr Johannes Georg ( - 1704) Augsburg; issued in: Augsburg; date: ca 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 [München, Germany]
2018-05-16 18:48:11
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, probably a cancel, 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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton [United Kingdom]
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2018-05-13 04:58:48
CALVI, Francois de
1631 History of Thieves & Robbers French LAW Assassinations Crime Pick-Pocketing A highly rare and impressive book on the general history of French thieves. Written by Francois de Calvi, this book covers the types of crimes committed by thieves, their planning, slight-of-hand and pick-pocket skills, and strategies. This book was intended to help warn against the types of crimes committed, where, and how they are followed through. Other topics include thieves on horseback, how the bourgeoisie are attacked, assassinations and massacres, and pirates. Item number: #3349 Price: $950 CALVI, Francois de Histoire Generale Des Larrons : Divisee En Trois Livres. I. Contenant les cruautez & meschancetez des Volleurs. II. Des ruses & subtilitez des Couppeurs de bourses. III. Les finesses, tromperies & stratagemes des filous / 2 Inventaire General De L'Histoire Des Larrons : Ou sont contenus leurs Stratagemes Tromperies, Souplesses, Vols, Assassinats. Et generalement ce qu'ils ont fait de plus memorable en France. Paris: Rolin Baragnes, M.DC.XXXI. [1631]. Details: • Foliation: Complete with all leaves; 3 volumes in 1 o Vol. I – [8], 140 (i.e. 240) o Vol. II – [18], 208 o Vol. III – [8], 232 • Language: Latin • Binding: Vellum; tight & secure • Size: ~6.5in X 4.5in (16.5cm x 11cm) • Very rare with no other examples for sale worldwide 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! 3349 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2018-05-12 13:50:00
MYDORGE, Claude.
Jean Dedin 1631-39, Paris. Extremely rare first edition, author’s presentation copy, of all four books of this important work on conic sections, intended to provide the geometrical basis for the study of optics. "Mydorge’s work on conic sections contains hundreds of problems published for the first time, as well as a multitude of ingenious and original methods that later geometers frequently used, usually without citing their source" (DSB). Books I and II (pp. 1-134) were first published separately in 1631; a second edition appeared in 1639 with two additional books. The present copy has the first edition of the first two books, with the 1631 title page, bound up with the last two books from the second edition. A printed paper slip Libri quatuor priores has been pasted over Liber primus et secundus on the title to accommodate the added books, and a large section of text has also been pasted over the original on page 67 corresponding to changes in book I made between the 1631 and 1639 editions. The 1631 edition is very much rarer than the 1639: OCLC lists only five copies of the former – Danish Royal Library (but this copy is actually of the 1641 edition), Columbia, NYPL, Zürich, BNF – but 24 of the latter; COPAC adds copies of the 1631 edition at Oxford, Cambridge and UCL. It is likely that the 1631 edition was printed in very small numbers and was mostly, if not entirely, intended for presentation: the copies at Columbia, Zürich and BNF all have authorial corrections. The only other copy of the 1631 edition to have appeared at auction was Michel Chasles’ copy, last sold in … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SOPHIA RARE BOOKS [Koebenhavn V, Denmark]
2018-05-11 06:03:36
KORNMANN (Heinrich).
Virginopoli (Francfort sur le Main), 1631. 2 parties en 1 fort volume in-16. 1f. 289pp. (i.e. 287)+ 1f. 233pp. (i.e. 129). 9ff. Cartonnage ancien (frotté). Cette édition de poche, publiée à Francfort sous le lieu d'impression fictif de "Virginopoli", réunit deux ouvrages singuliers de l'écrivain allemand Heinrich Kornman (c. 1580-1640). A la suite du texte indiqué sur le titre figure en efet un second texte, intitulé "Linea Amoris. Sive commentarius in versiculum gl. Visus, Colloquium, Convictus, Oscula, Factum Ad. Iuliam de Adulteris". Ces deux textes étaient parus séparément en 1610, le premier sous un titre différent ("Sibylla Trigandriana seu de Virtginitatis"). Le premier ouvrage est consacré à la virginité, avec des considérations sur les droits et devoirs des femmes, notamment en matière sexuelle. "Quant au second qui contient, à côté de déclarations des Pères de l'Eglise, des histoires gaillardes, on y trouve des citations des principaux occultistes et démonologues: Aeneas Sylvius, Corneille Agrippa, Mengus, J. Andreas, Léonard Vair,le 'Malleus Maleficarum', Nicolas Rémy, Paracelse, Sleidan, Sprenger, Polydore Virgile, Wecker, etc." (Dorbon). Après avoir voyagé en France et en Italie, Kornmann exerça la profession d'avocat à Francfort. Il est l'auteur de plusieurs ouvrages traitant de sujets curieux et de phénomènes bizarres ou insolites. Ses ouvrages, dit Feller "sont curieux et difficiles à trouver". Titre illustré d'une figure gravée sur bois représentant deux coqs unis, présentant une pate chacun, formant un animal double avec deux pates. Cette figure est ici co … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2018-05-03 07:57:13
Geraldini, Alessandro
Guilelmi Facciotti, Rome, 1631. In-12º. (20)ff + 284pp + (18 index)ff. Engraved vignette on title page; extra engraved title page; woodcut ornaments. Copy duplicated from the Vatican Library. Internal condition is very good, with some browning and foxing as usual. Bound in full contemporary vellum with inked title on spine. FIRST EDITION.Rare work on the discovery of the West Indies, written in 1524, but not published until the present edition. Sabin 27116. A very scarce and curious volume on the discovery of the West Indies, written in 1524. Its writer was the intimate friend of Columbus, the one whose interest prevailed over Ferdinand to fit out the first expedition in search of unknown lands, and proved the feasability of discovery by mathematical demonstration. Previous to being appointed Bishop of St. Domingo, he had been Ambassador to the Court of Henry VIII of England. Geraldini was born at Amerini about 1455, and as a young man found his way to Spain. At first he became a soldier in the wars against Portugal and next was employed at court in the service of Isabella, then as priest, private secretary, tutor and companion in the household of Ferdinand and Isabella. Soon after, as confidential agent or legate, he was sent to Pope Alexander VI., and to the various princes of Europe, including Henry VIII. Of England, and with whom he concluded many bargains or treaties. His editor claims also that he visited Africa and its many rulers, the isles of the Atlantic and even India. When Charles came to Spain, Geraldini was made bishop of St. Domingo, and after some five years … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Chaco 4ever Books [CABA, BS AS, Argentina]
2018-04-30 08:07:19
ROJAS, Fernando de. Translated by James Mabbe.
London printed by J.B. John Beale and are to be sold by Ralph Mabbe. 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, probably a cancel, 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 i … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2018-04-28 18:13:06
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, probably a cancel, 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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [GB]
2018-04-05 07:41:18
VILLARROEL, Gaspar de.
Lisbon, Antº Alves [Antonio Alvarez], 1631. 4°, contemporary mottled calf (two small holes through leather on front cover), spine with raised bands in five compartments (label gone from second compartment from head), gilt ornaments in other compartments; small defects at foot of spine and front joint; red band and ownership label (?) in white and red painted at foot of spine (numbers "1" and "8" visible), text block edges sprinkled red. Elegantly engraved title page: arms of Spain and an elegant frame for the "inscribed" title. Woodcut initials and tailpieces. Parts of text in two columns. Mild dampstains at foot of opening leaves. Minor worming at top of inner margin in final unnumbered leaves, without loss of text. In very good condition. Early four-line ownership inscription on engraved title page by Fr. Estevão de S. Jozè. Old ownership (?) inscription on verso of engraved title has been scored. Engraved title page, (8 ll.), 717 pp., (36 ll.) *** FIRST EDITION of these sermons on Lent by an Augustinian serving in Peru. Since the first part was published in Lisbon and the second a year later in Madrid (Segunda parte de los comentarios, dificultades y discursos literales y misticos sobres los Evangelios de la Quaresma), the two parts are seldom found together. OCLC locates only two institutions that own both parts: the national libraries of France and Denmark.One of the licenses was issued by the Padre Provincial del Peru, Fr. Pedro de la Torre. The work is dedicated to the king and the Supremo Consejo de las Indias. In the last page of Al lector, the author mentions (f. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Richard C. Ramer Old and Rare Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-04-05 01:45:57
GODEFROY Jacques
Genève.Pierre Aubert.1631.In-12 , reliure restaurée.Deux tomes dans une mème reliure. 1er Tome :938 p. / 2ème tome: Les défauts de leur Gouvernement, leurs Différents avec des personnes de haute réputation, et Universités,concernant les causes de la Haine publique où ils sont tombés.(1630. 1ère édition ).344 p. Reliure en vélin restaurée au XXème siècle,couvertures à rabats,gardes.Tranches dorées.Rousseurs in-texte et mouillures en marges.Sans gravité pour le texte.Signature de Racine en bas de la page de titre. Cet ouvrage avait appartenu à Pierre-Paul Plan,archiviste à la Bibliothèque du Canton de Genève. P-P.Plan confirme l'appartenance du livre à Racine et authentifie sa signature.L'inventaire très restreint de la Bibliothèque de Racine,ne cite pas cet ouvrage.Bonnefon écrit en 1898,dans "La Bibliothèque de Jean Racine",qu'il connait d'autres textes avec cette mème signature.Ce texte fut interdit par le Cardinal de Richelieu.Il sera alors édité à Genève par Pierre Aubert.Le second tome est l'édition originale. Le 1er,la seconde.
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Laurencier [France, Bordeaux]
2018-03-31 13:07:13
Fitz-Geffry, Charles
London: by I[ohn] B[eale] for Michael Sparke at the blew Bible in Greenarbor, 1631. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. Early (possibly original?) paper wrappers, resewn; 7.75 x 5.5 inches; [6] ff, 56 pp., with a splendid cut on the title page. Light staining to a few leaves (including title-p.); a little wrinkling at corners; generally a very good copy. An important sermon pertaining to the distribution of food, preached after "theese two yeeres of dearth." Fitz-Geffry condemned the practice of hoarding corn with the intention of selling it at a higher price. In effect, this is a diatribe against a commodity market, a startingly modern economic theme. Fitz-Geffry implores "let Ministers (as his Majesty commandeth) joyne forces with the Magistrates against this Monster, Avarice." In 1598, Shakespeare was named as an illegal corne-horder, having stored eighty bushels during a shortage. He writes, in Henry VI: "Take heed, be wary how you place your words; / Talk like the vulgar sort of market men / That come to gather money for their corn." And, in Coriolanus: "For corn at their own rates; / whereof, they say / The city is well stored." A memorable and interesting sermon, "The Curse of the Corne-Horders" is rife with sardonic humor. ESTC S102168; STC (2nd ed.), 10938; Goldsmiths' 624; Kress S.619.
Bookseller: Sanctuary Books, A.B.A.A. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-03-29 08:37:01
PINDAR (ADIMARI, Alessandro)
PINDARUS. (Adimari, Alessandro, Ed. and Tr.) Ode di Pindaro, antichissimo poeta Pisa, Nella stamperia di Francesco Tanagli, 1631. £1250 Large 4to, pp. (xx) 748 (lxiv). Roman and Italic letter. Title within a beautiful engraved frontispiece by the hand of Carlo Audran after a drawing by Alexander Vaianus, surmounted by the emblem of Cardinal Francesco Barberini, nephew of Pope Urbanus VIII. Title page in red and black ink with printer’s device, repeated at colophon in large, second title page dated 1632 at p. 581, head- and tailpieces, large historiated initials. 6 full-page engravings showing 19 scenes of ancient athletic games and their related accessories. Some occasional spotting and browning. In contemporary vellum over boards with ink title to spine, hinges a little cracked. Overall a very good copy. Rare edition. This is a translation into Tuscan vernacular of Pindar’s odes, which includes 45 poems overall, provided with a rich commentary, observations and indexes. Alessandro Adimari (1579-1649) translated and edited this work, which is one of his finest achievements. Adimari based his erudite analysis of these odes on the excellent work previously carried out on Pindar by Erasmus Schmidt in 1616. Adimari, a Florentine patrician, was secretary of the Accademia Fiorentina (1633) and member of three different academies: the Alterati, Incogniti and Lincei. Bruni-Evans, 2289; Gamba, 2054; Brunet IV-663; Graesse V-297. Piantanida 2289. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Symonds Rare Books Ltd [London, United Kingdom]
2018-03-18 18:07:04
LAURENTIUS, Josephus (`Iosepho Laurentio Lucensi` S.T.D.; [1583-1647, Doct. theol.]) / Ramiro Felipe Nunez de Guzman (1600-1668, `Conte di Medina de las Torres`, `Vicere di Napoli`; Proveniance, Heraldic Luxury-Binding):
Vicentiae, Apud Haeredes Francisci Grossii (1631 / 1632). 2 blank leaves, titlepage, (30) pages `Catalogus`, p. 1-217 / 1 blank, titlepage, p. (215)-483, (63) pages `Index[es]`, 2 blank leaves. - Ramiro de Guzman`s reddish brown richly gilt-tooled thick full morocco binding of the period over 3 raised bands with gilt title at spine and varying large heraldic coat-of-arms supralibros with acronymic inscriptions at both panels, all edges gilt; small-4to.(ca. 21 x 17 x 3,5 cm). *** FIRST EDITION (?, `Stanford-Libraries` mentions a 1630 Padua-Edition which is confirmed nowhere else, `WorldCat` only mentions the one offered here, bio-bibliographic `Laurentius`-entries state this work 1631-32). - CONTAINS 44 (Book I) and 49 (Book II) scholarly `Dissertatio[nes]` on various contemporary terms, proverbs, teachings etc. on all kinds of greek and roman classic-historical subjects (Antiquities), mentioning the author`s name, his position and the quotation before each essay. To mention only the first and last three of each `Book`: ``Andrea Fossi, Dominico Molino, Carolo Antonio; Io. Baptista Benzonio Blava, Ioanno Bondaccha, Iacobo Pighetto / Hieronymus Cornelius, Hier. Superantius, Antonio Barbaro; Cosmo Bernardinio, Julio Strozzi, Nicolao Franciotti``. WITH EXHAUSTIVE INDEXES `Verborum, Proverbiorum, Formularum`, - `Rerum et Ritum ex Polymathia` and - `Auctores in Opere citati`. --- THE RED-BROWN FULL MOROCCO MASTER-BINDING is that of the famous library of Ramiro de Guzman (1600-1668, Viceking of Naples), a spanish nobleman and diplomat with a multi-heraldic coat-of-arms surrounded … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sebastian Schuck, CO-LIBRI [Germany]
2018-03-10 20:38:51
BARBERINI, Maffeo (Urbano VIII)
Collegium Romanorum Societatis Jesu, 1631. In -4°, frontespizio inciso, occhietto in rosso e nero con armi papali sul verso, tre tavole incise da Mellan su disegno di Bernini (una è il front., con rappresentazione di Ercole che combatte contro il leone), testo stampato in rosso e nero, filigrana con stemma Barberini, pagine in cornice a doppio filetto, varie testatine, iniziali e decorazioni xilografiche. Legatura d'attesa in cartoncino originale con titolo al dorso, fioriture e leggere tracce di umidità, alcuni segni di restauro sulle carte in particolare evidenti su occhietto e frontespizio. Splendida edizione, riccamente illustrata e decorate. Dal catalogo personale di Rossetti: "Notevole esempio della tipografia italiana del '600 ispirata al Barocco. Opera che completa è rara: spesso manca l'ultima carta con dati tipografici sul recto, croce e colophon". Contiene l'"Adulatio perniciosa" a Galileo. Raro esemplare della tiratura stampata in rosso e nero. Rossetti 763. Numerous head and tail-pieces, often incorporating the Barberini bees. This is the most luxurious of the Collegio Romano's publications: a typographic masterpiece, this copy is one of the rare printed in red and black. The fine frontispiece of Hercules wrestling with the lion is engraved by Mellan after a drawing by Bernini. It includes the "Adulatio perniciosa" to Galileo.
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [IT]
2018-02-28 09:52:28
BURGUNDIA (Antonius) (Antoine de Bourgogne.)
Antverp, Ioan Cnobbari, Antverp, Ioan Cnobbari1631 ; in-16 oblong, maroquin havane à longs grains, encadrement de filet et dentelle dorées, décors dorés sur les coupes, dos à nerfs orné, dentelle intérieure, tranches dorées. (Simier) 12 ff. n. ch. y compris le faux-titre qui manque souvent et le beau titre-frontispice allégorique, 189 pp. chiffrées 191 le f. A8 (p. 15-16) étant annulé (v. Landwehr au sujet de ce feuillet) portant 94 planches à pleine page gravées par J. Neefs et A. Pauwels d'après Van Diepenbeeck. Nous avons bien 94 planches en plus du frontispice : 2 avant la première série de 45 (représentation effroyable de l'Enfer et une du Paradis), puis 1 avant la seconde série et 1 à la fin ce qui donne 90 + 4 et non 93 comme le signalent Landwehr, Funk et Praz.ÉDITION ORIGINALE TRÈS RARE de ce beau livre d'emblèmes. Il s'agit surtout d'emblèmes moraux. Présenté sous forme de manuel pédagogique illustré, ce sont deux séries de 45 emblèmes chacune, la première stigmatisant les vices engendrés par la parole : colère, blasphème, calomnie, commérage, langue bavarde, obscène, flatterie... La seconde indique les moyens d'y remédier. Les compositions de Van Diepenbeeck sont d'inspiration très variée. Outre des scènes animées d'intérieurs flamands, ce livre est aussi un somptueux bestiaire montrant oiseaux, serpents, caméléon, porc-épic, éléphant, chien, etc.Antoine de Bourgogne était doyen du chapitre de la cathédrale de Bruges. Le peintre anversois Abraham Van Diepenbeeck (1606-1675) était considéré comme l'un des meilleurs élèves de Rubens « Il aurait peut-être une plus … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie du Manoir de Pron [France, Montigny sur Canne]
2018-02-26 01:09:14
Agard Arthur and Thomas Powell
Printed by B. Alsop and T. Fawcet, for B. Fisher [etc.], London, 1631. Contemporary mottled sheep, somewhat scraped, neatly rebacked, the final blank chipped, with A1 (otherwise blank); the Taussig copy
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc., member ABAA [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2018-02-24 00:15:22
Knolles, Richard
Adam Islip, London, 1631. Fourth edition. Folio, artchitectural engraved title-p by Laurence Johnson, pp. [10], 1511, [1] errata, [16] A brief discourse of the greatness of the Turkish empire, [31] index; sectional title-p. for The Lives of the Othoman Kings and Emperorsm dated 1630, 32 engraves portraits in the text, plue 1 other; recent calf-backed marbled boards, red morocco label on spine, red morocco label on spine. Light stains here and there; paper tear in margin of 5T1 causing loss of a couple of words in the shoulder notes. Overall, a quite nice copy in a handsome modern binding. Ownership signature of Thomas Sanderson on the bottom of the title-p., John Sanderson at the top of the title page; bookplates of Edwin Johnson and Henry Curwen. "The recent victories of Mahomet III over the Christians must have rendered the Turkish question of vital interest to the security of Europe, and the struggle remained in the balance till the end of the seventeenth century" (Hind). The first Folio edition (1603) was a likely a use for Shakespeare's Othello. Samuel Johnson and Byron were among later writer who turned to Knolles' book and bestowed great praise upon it. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Sanctuary Books, A.B.A.A. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-02-22 14:46:46
Lievens, Jan.
19th cent.(). Etching. 100 x 108 mm. Etcher: A.W. Warren. "J. Lievens pinx. 1631".
Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books
2018-02-18 21:56:26
Aschaffenburg -
1631. Ca. 11 x 32,5 cm. Ansicht von Südwesten mit der Mainbrücke und Einzug der schwedischen Truppen 1631. Mittig gefaltet, dort minimal aufgehellt. Hinter Passepartout montiert.
Bookseller: Rainer Kurz - Antiquariat in Oberaudorf [Oberaudorf, Germany]
2018-02-17 06:10:27
Agard, Arthur and Thomas Powell
The first printed effort to record and calendar England's public records, undertaken by Agard and after his death continued by Powell, its dedication to "Mercury" conjectured to be Bacon and thus an important part of the Bacon-Shakespeare controversy. Contemporary mottled sheep, somewhat scraped, neatly rebacked, the final blank chipped, with A1 (otherwise blank); the Taussig copy. Printed by B. Alsop and T. Fawcet, for B. Fisher [etc.], London, 1631.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2018-02-14 06:04:27
Manuscript; Divorce; Great Britain
, 1631. 1631. 1631 English Manuscript Court Record of Divorce Proceedings [Manuscript]. [Divorce]. [Great Britain]. [Divorce Proceedings Between Thomas and Ann Hooton]. Bebington, Cheshire, 9 March 1631. [4] pp. Folio (12" x 8"). Moderate toning, light soiling and a few minor stains, heavier soiling to p. [4], untrimmed edges, three vertical fold lines, three small chips to bottom edges with minor loss to text. Content in Latin in neat hand to rectos and versos, a few brief notes in pencil to margins, docketed on verso of p. [4]. $1,250. * This court document records the initiation of the divorce proceedings of Thomas and Ann Hooton, a couple who lived in Bebington, Cheshire, a small town in the north of England about 5 miles from Liverpool. At this time divorces took place in the Ecclesiastical Courts. Its proceedings were conducted in Latin according to English Ecclesiastical LAw. Little is known about these two, but records indicate that the Hootons were an old and prominent family in Cheshere. It was certainly a wealthy family. Due to their expense, and cumbersome, invasive proceedures, there were few divorces in seventeenth-century England, so mansucripts such as ours are rare.
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [US]
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2018-02-13 14:55:55
Manuscript; Divorce; Great Britain
1631. 1631 English Manuscript Court Record of Divorce Proceedings [Manuscript]. [Divorce]. [Great Britain]. [Divorce Proceedings Between Thomas and Ann Hooton]. Bebington, Cheshire, 9 March 1631. [4] pp. Folio (12" x 8"). Moderate toning, light soiling and a few minor stains, heavier soiling to p. [4], untrimmed edges, three vertical fold lines, three small chips to bottom edges with minor loss to text. Content in Latin in neat hand to rectos and versos, a few brief notes in pencil to margins, docketed on verso of p. [4]. $1,250. * This court document records the initiation of the divorce proceedings of Thomas and Ann Hooton, a couple who lived in Bebington, Cheshire, a small town in the north of England about 5 miles from Liverpool. At this time divorces took place in the Ecclesiastical Courts. Its proceedings were conducted in Latin according to English Ecclesiastical LAw. Little is known about these two, but records indicate that the Hootons were an old and prominent family in Cheshere. It was certainly a wealthy family. Due to their expense, and cumbersome, invasive proceedures, there were few divorces in seventeenth-century England, so mansucripts such as ours are rare.
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2018-02-09 18:51:43
First Edition, 202+1 pages sider, Arlanibæo, philo-historico. Anno domini M. DC. XXXI. (Frankfurt am Main), apud F. Hulsius (1631), 1631, Bound in a contemporary full vellum Later titellabel in calf with titel, siderne gemmemgående ensartet brunede Med Graveret titelblad og 7 helsides graverede portrætter, med exlibris og stempel
Bookseller: Andersens Antikvariat [DK]
2018-02-09 14:11:22
Lord Selden
Printed by William Stansby for Richard Whitakers, 1631, Hardcover, Book Condition: Fair Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket, Second Edition. Well-worn early calf, banded spine, scuffed corners, covers, held only by cords, slips of parchment (with writing) at joints,end-papers, title-page and last pages are much darkened, dedication pages darkened particularly at edges, corners curled on some pages, pages are otherwise clean, internal binding is sound, publisher's pagination errors. Contains: front endpaper, title, Dedication to Edward Heyward [6], Poem to Selden from Ben Jonson [3], Preface [12], Heads of Chapters [13], Text including additions and amendments 941, Faults escaped the print [1], rear end-paper. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 41017121072. Prices are discounted by more than 20% during January 2018.
Bookseller: Bailgate Books Ltd [United Kingdom]
2018-02-09 10:54:00
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 Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2018-02-07 01:59:33
MORTON, Thomas
London: W. Stansby for Robert Mylebourne: 1631. First Edition. 4to, bound in worn period calf, backstrip largely deficient retaining later black morocco label, the calf entirely stripped away from lower board. The book measures 19cm by 27.5cm. The contents are complete Conforms to ESTC entry. "The sixth booke" (caption title) begins new pagination on (A)1r. Signatures: [par.]⁴ A6 B-2K⁴ (A)-(V)⁴.Includes index. Collation: [20], 255, [1], 143, [17] pp. ESTC citation: S115096. The binding is holding firmly though extensively rubbed and scuffed, hinges cracked and held by the cords, backstrip partially deficient and leather entirely stripped from the lower board. Contents are holding firmly and generally in good condition, rather browned / foxed and with occasional creases or handling marks, title and ensuing leaf dust soiled as are the first and final, wormhole / track toward lower fore edge / corner from initial leaf up to about pp210, touching into printed side notes at points in the first six signatures. Plain end papers chipped, creased and dust soiled, lower paste down lifted, twentieth century bookplate to the front inside board.
Bookseller: Harrison-Hiett Rare Books [GB]
2018-02-06 16:44:36
Kl.8°, 104 S.; 86 S. ; 44 S. , Kart. d. Zeit, Etwas stockfleckig, Notizen a. Vorsatz. Erstausgaben. - John Dryden (1631-1700) einflussreicher englischer Dichter. Literaturkritiker und Dramatiker. - Françoise d`Issembourg d`Happoncourt de Graffigny (1695-1758). bekannt als Madame de Graffigniy. französische Schriftstellerin und Salonnière der Aufklärung. - Johann Christian Krüger (1723-1750) deutscher Schriftsteller. Schauspieler und Dramatiker. Versand D: 20,00 EUR Alte Drucke - nach 1550 Deutsche Literatur
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej [Switzerland]
2018-01-27 18:31:38
LEIPZIG: BREITENFELD 1631:
- Kupferstich v. Andreas Bretschneider n. C. Hewer, dat. 1631, 27 x 35,3 Seltener Einblattdruck. Drugulin, Nr. 1892. Nicht bei Fauser. - Blick aus halber Vogelschau auf das Schlachtfeld. Links unten die Stadt Leipzig. Rechts unten Erklärungen von A - T. - Unten rechts ein restaurierter Einriß.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH
2018-01-25 23:04:49
NIEREMBERGII, Ioannis Eusebii [NIEREMBURG, Juan Eusebio] (1595-1658)
Antwerp: Ex Officina Plantiniana [Plantin Press], 1631. PLANTIN PRESS, FIRST EDITION. Crown Octavo, pp.xiv, 449 [42]. With an unpaginated index at rear. In contemporary full vellum with titles written clearly in black ink to spine. One leather fastening strap still attached. Black ink library inscriptions to front paste-down and title page. Head-band loose, binding quite firm. A near-fine copy. A tract on prayer and contemplation by the notable Spanish Jesuit and Mystic, printed by the hugely influential Plantin Press of Antwerp under the auspices of Balthasar Moretus.
Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books [UNITED KINGDOM]
2018-01-24 13:17:58
DU MOULIN (Gabriel).
Rouen, Jean Osmont, 1631. In-folio comprenant 6 ff. (titre, dédicace, épistre), 56 pp., un feuillet de généalogie des ducs de Normandie, 564 pp., 52 pp., (Catalogue des Seigneurs de Ndie qui furent en la Conqueste de Hierusalem) et (22) ff. de table. Restaurations marginales (maladroites, trace de scotch) à 9 ff. dont 4 avec perte de quelques lettres, mouillures à plusieurs feuillets en début et fin d'ouvrage. Reliure pastiche style XVII ème à fermoirs, plein veau havane , dos à nerfs, ornement à froid sur les plats de filets et roulettes florales. Petit accroc à la coiffe inf., nerfs frottés, dos légèrement éclairci. L'auteur était curé de Menneval. L'ouvrage comprend l'histoire de la Normandie et de ses seigneurs du Haut Moyen Âge jusqu'à Jean II dit le Bon (1361), et le catalogue des seigneurs de Normandie qui participèrent aux croisades (avec la description de leurs armoiries) etc... "Ouvrage recherché" (Brunet). Exemplaire sans la vignette sur cuivre (écusson de Normandie) qui figure ordinairement sur la page de titre. Elle manque à quelques exemplaires, signale Frère, qui précise que la gravure sur cuivre (et non sur bois) nécessite un second tirage de la planche. *Frère, Brunet.
Bookseller: Librairie Bertran [France, Rouen]
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