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2017-10-16 11:57:24
Willem BLAEU Amsterdam, circa 1640. Copper engraving with outline colour (decorative modern colour, very light stain in the lower part of the image in the cartouche, otherwise in a good condition), 37,5 x 52 cm.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dasa Pahor [München, Germany]
2017-10-16 11:55:46
MARIA DE' MEDICI (1575-1642)
Bookseller: Libreria Bongiorno Paolo [IT]
2017-10-16 11:33:36
AMERIKA ( The Americas ):
Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck [Berlin, B, Germany]
2017-10-16 11:33:36
Heinsius, Daniel
Bookseller: Antiquariaat de Roo [Zwijndrecht, Netherlands]
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2017-10-16 11:08:16
LUCAN.
Printed for Aug. Mathewes, for Thomas Jones. 1631. 1631 / 1630 [310]pp, with additional titlepage, engraved, omitting printer's name and signed: Fridericus Hulsius sculps., and a preliminary leaf of verse. Rubricated throughout. 8vo. Old ink splash to S6, small tear to head of first leaf & engraved titlepage, some waterstaining to a number of leaves. BOUND WITH: (MAY, Thomas) A Continuation of Lucan's Historicall Poem till the death of Iulius Cæsar by T M. Printed (by J. Haviland) for James Boler. 1630. [160]pp, engraved titlepage, rubricated throughout and with two preliminary blanks as required, but without final blank. 8vo. Ink splash to book block edge sl. intruding on to page surface on 10 leaves, some waterstaining. Expertly bound in recent dark sheep, blind tooled borders & spine. Replacement e.ps and pastedowns. 19th century name at head of first titlepage, line numbers added in pencil in margins.ESTC S108868. First published in 1627, and with a dedication to Hobbes's patron, the Earl of Devonshire, and a commendatory verse by Ben Jonson. The Continuation is ESTC S108891, FIRST EDITION. Lucan's reputation as an anti-imperial republican could have easily proven dangerous for his translator Thomas May, who claimed the poem as a 'true history' despite being 'adorned and heightened with poetical raptures, which doe not adulterate, nor corrupt the truth, but give it a more sweet and pleasant relish'.
Bookseller: Jarndyce Rare Books [UK]
2017-10-14 22:00:59
BODECHEER BENNINGH, Joh.
Leiden, Joh. Maire, 1631. 12mo. [xx],176,[1]-216 pp. Contemporain perkamenten band. (scheurtje in kneep, wat contemporaine aantekeningen op schutbladen, dekbladen iets lossig) NNBW IV.178 over Bodecher Benningh: 'Een door B. in 1631, kort na zijn optreden als professor uitgegeven satire [.], waarin hij de zeden der studenten hekelde, veroorzaakte ongeregeldheden op zijn colleges, zoodat de Senaat ingrijpen moest; deze keurde zoowel het optreden der studenten, als den inhoud van het geschrift af.' Over Dedekind en Grobianus: Neue Deutsche Biographie III: "'D. studierte in Marburg und Wittenberg, wo er 1550 Magister wurde, und verfaßte dort die lateinische Satire, die 1549 in Frankfurt/Main erschien: Grobianus, De morum simplicitate libri duo. [.] Der Grobianus gehört zu den Satiren, die durch scheinbares Lob Mißstände bekämpfen. [.] D. [schrieb] voll Spaß an komischen Situationen sein lateinisches Werk in glatten Distichen." B. Correll, The End of Conduct: Grobianus and the Renaissance Text of the Subject, p.12: "Grobianus has been called the most widespread satire of the sixteenth century.'"
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Brinkman, since 1954 / ILAB [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2017-10-12 21:44:56
Kimchi, Moshe. [Annot. C. L'Empereur Ab Oppyck; Levita, Elijah, (1468 Or 1469-1549) ; Bozecco, Benjamin Ben Judah (1290-1335) ]
Leyden [Leiden], Ex Off. Bonaventurae & A. Elzevir, 1631. Original blind tooled vellum. Small 8vo, (16) , 256, (16) pages. With title page printed in red and black. Large passages in Hebrew, several passages in Syriac and Arabic.
Bookseller: Dan Wyman Books LLC
2017-10-12 05:22:12
LUCAS VAN MECHELEN O.F.M.Cap. [= GOMEZ Ludovicus] ("Eenen religieus van d'oorden van sinte Francois ghenaemt minder-broederen capucynen")
Bookseller: Boekenantiquariaat De Lezenaar [BE]
2017-10-07 20:55:25
BURE, ANDERS (anon. publ.),
Lugd. Batav. (Leiden), Ex Officina Elzeviriana, 1631. (1st ed.). 16mo. (VIII)+319 pp. With engr. title. Hardcover. Contemp. vellum with yapp edges. VG. (Small pinhole in rear cover & last 40 pp.). * Willems 359. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Charbo's Antiquariaat [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2017-10-07 17:28:09
Bodenehr Johannes Georg (1631 - 1704) Augsburg
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
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2017-10-03 08:16:53
Kimchi, Moshe. [Annot. C. L'Empereur Ab Oppyck; Levita, Elijah, (1468 Or 1469-1549) ; Bozecco, Benjamin Ben Judah (1290-1335) ]
Leyden [Leiden], Ex Off. Bonaventurae & A. Elzevir. 1631. Hardback. Original blind tooled vellum. Small 8vo, (16) , 256, (16) pages. With title page printed in red and black. Large passages in Hebrew, several passages in Syriac and Arabic. “Mosheh Kimh? I ; ? Im per. R. Eliyah u-petih? At R. Binyamin b. R Yehudah] = id est, Mosis Kimchi [Hodoiporia] ad scientiam, cum expositione Doctoris Eliae ; item introductio D. Binjamin D. F. Judae ; omnia a` quamplurimis mendis expurgata & annotationibus illustrata, quibus multa scripturae testimonia explicantur / authore Constantino l'Empereur ab Oppyck ...” Willems, 355: "Grammaire chaldaique ecrite en hebreu". Moses Kimchi (died 1190 in Narbonne) was a leading medieval Jewish grammarian and exegete. Previous owner's inscription dated Rotterdam 1693 on front endpaper; later notations on additional blank page. A beautiful wide-margined copy in attractive period tooled vellum binding. Very Good Condition (KH-8-6) .
Bookseller: Dan Wyman Books
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2017-10-01 12:18:23
Jeep, Johann.
Nürnberg, Bey Simon Halbmayern [Halbmeier], 1631. - Ca. 4 x 2,4 cm (Einbandgröße); Ca. 3,8 x 2 cm (Buchblock). 128 Seiten. Miniaturbuch, im gleichen Jahr auch bei Jona Saur in Ulm erschienen. Nicht bei Bondy. Einband berieben, Außengelenke angebrochen, vorderer fliegender Vorsatz mit kleinem Einriß, teils gebräunt bzw. etwas fleckig, wenige Blätter seitlich knapp beschnitten (ohne Buchstabenverlust). Selten! Grün gefärbter Pergamentband der Zeit mit ziselierter Gelbguss-Schließe.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Rainer Schlicht
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2017-09-30 23:11:03
Neu bearbeitet von G. Hertel und F. Hülße
Hartkarton/Leinen Sehr gut ZWEI BÄNDE, KOLLATIONIERT, VOLLSTÄNDIG! Marmorierte Einbände, Leinenecken, goldgeprägte Leinenrücken, tadellos. Alle Bilder/Tafeln/Ansichten/Fotos sauber und unverletzt. ERSTER BAND: VII, farbiger Tafel (Wappen der Stadt Mageburg), 590 Seiten. In Einstecktasche: 1. Ansicht: Belagerung der Stadt Magdeburg von Tilly/2. Ansicht: Belagerung der Stadt Magdeburg im Jahre 1631/ 3. Ansicht der Neustadt nach der Zerstörung im Jahre 1631/ 4. Magdeburg gegen Ende des siebzehnten Jahrhunderts/ 5. Eigentliche Abbildung des Markt-platzes in der alten Stadt Magdeburg/ 6. Plan der Stadt Magdeburg (Kupferstich von Matthäus Seutter)/ 7. Ansicht der Stadt Magdeburg vor der Zerstörung im Jahre 1631/ 8. Der Marktplatz zu Magdeburg/ 9. Closter Bergen/ 10. Das ehemalige Kloster Bergen (Buckauer Weg)/ 11. Das ehemalige Kloster Bergen (Ansicht vom Feldwege aus)/ 12. Das Kloster unseren lieben Frauen/ 13. Dom zu Magdeburg (Tafel I)/ 14. Grabmal des Erzbischofs Ernst/ 15. Grabmal der königin Editha/ 16. Der heilige Mauritius/ 17. St.Innocentius, St.Paulus/ 18. Marienbild/ Karte des Herzogthums Magdeburg (mehrfarbig)/ 19. Ansicht der Stadt Magdeburg mit den niedergebrannten Vorstädten Sudenburg und Neustadt/ 20. Darstellung der Belagerung Magdeburgs im Jahre 1629.+++ ZWEITER BAND: 3 Portrait-Tafeln: Oberbürgermeister Bötticher, Bürgermeister Otto v. Guericke, Oberbürgermeister Hasselbach. 659 Seiten. In Einstecktasche: 1. Grundriß der Stadt Magdeburg, 1632/ 2. Fotosammlung: Haus am Breitenwege/ 3. Dom zu Magdeburg, Nordseite/ 4. Dom zu Magdeburg, Südseite/ 5. Dom zu Magdeb … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clement
2017-09-30 18:06:15
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): 16 x 20; - description: Map shows the Cities of Monaco and Nizza; -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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2017-09-30 09:26:50
APULEE ; MONTLYARD Jean de (trad.)
P. Chez Samuel Thiboust, 1631. In-8, plein veau marbré et glaçé de l'ép., dos lisse, caissons ornés, pièce de maroquin rouge, filet et dentelle d'encadrement des plats, roulette en coupes et contreplats, tranches dorées, titre gravé, (38)- 452- 327 pp. 15 figures à pleine page d'après Crispin de Passe et Isaac Briot. Dos passé, menus frottements. Très bon exemplaire frais. Première édition illustrée de la traduction estimée de Jean de Montlyard. La seconde partie est un commentaire de l'oeuvre.
Bookseller: Librairie de L' Avenue
2017-09-28 14:04:28
Kimchi, Moshe. [Annot. C. L'Empereur Ab Oppyck; Levita, Elijah, (1468 Or 1469-1549) ; Bozecco, Benjamin Ben Judah (1290-1335) ]
Leyden [Leiden], Ex Off. Bonaventurae & A. Elzevir 1631 - Original blind tooled vellum. Small 8vo, (16) , 256, (16) pages. With title page printed in red and black. Large passages in Hebrew, several passages in Syriac and Arabic. "Mosheh Kimh? I ; ? Im per. R. Eliyah u-petih? At R. Binyamin b. R Yehudah] = id est, Mosis Kimchi [Hodoiporia] ad scientiam, cum expositione Doctoris Eliae ; item introductio D. Binjamin D. F. Judae ; omnia a` quamplurimis mendis expurgata & annotationibus illustrata, quibus multa scripturae testimonia explicantur / authore Constantino l'Empereur ab Oppyck ." Willems, 355: "Grammaire chaldaique ecrite en hebreu". Moses Kimchi (died 1190 in Narbonne) was a leading medieval Jewish grammarian and exegete. Previous owner’s inscription dated Rotterdam 1693 on front endpaper; later notations on additional blank page. A beautiful wide-margined copy in attractive period tooled vellum binding. Very Good Condition (KH-8-6) [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Dan Wyman Books, LLC
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2017-09-25 14:17:50
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.
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej
2017-09-24 15:33:03
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
2017-09-22 07:12:19
FABER, Matthias
Ingolstadt Gregorius Haenlin, 1631. In-fol; 1 Bl., gest. Titel, 6 Bll., 1274 pp, 11 Bll.; mit Kopfleisten, Initialen und Schlussvignette. Mit Rollen- und Plattenstempeln blindgeprägter Schweinslederband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln auf fünf hohen Bünden mit Rückenschild und zwei Schließe (eine davon erneuert); einzelne Altersspuren, Titel mit Besitzvermerk von alter Hand, einige Seiten stockfleckig oder gebräunt, insgesamt gut erhalten. De Backer-S. 1, 1771. - Erstausgabe der bekannten Predigtsammlung (hier nur Teil 3) des deutschen Jesuiten und Schriftstellers. Die Rollenstempel mit floralen Motiven, der Plattenstempel im Mittelfeld der beiden Deckel mit Darstellung des Hl. Andreas. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Wiener Antiquariat Ingo Nebehay GmbH [Wien, Austria]
2017-09-20 16:56:00
CENCI G.
Florentiae, apud Semartelios, 1631, in-4, br. decorata settecentesca, pp. 8. Con frontespizio architettonico inciso in rame. Moreni, 265. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Oreste Gozzini snc [Firenze, FI, Italy]
2017-09-20 09:37:00
CARTE D'ANJOU). BLAEU.
s.l. [Blaeu], sd (ca 1631 - 35) - Gravure sur cuivre de 50,2 x 38,4 cm à la cuvette (dimensions de la feuille 58,5 x 50 cm). Epreuve non coloriée. Trace de pliure au centre. Texte en latin au verso "Ducatus Andegavensis, vulgo Anjou". Carte publiée pour la première fois en 1631 par Guillaume Blaeu (ou Blaeuw), et reprise dans les éditions françaises et hollandaises du "Théâtre du Monde", de Guillaume et Jean Blaeu (Amsterdam 1635). Voir Marc Leclerc, "Cartes anciennes de l'Anjou".
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE DES CARRÉS
2017-09-20 09:37:00
CARTE D'ANJOU). BLAEU.
[Blaeuw], sd (ca 1631 -35) - Gravure sur cuivre de 50,2 x 38,4 cm à la cuvette (dimensions de la feuille 54,5 x 42,5 cm). Gravure non coloriée. Trace de pliure au centre avec texte latin au verso "Ducatus Andegavensis, vulgo Anjou". Un bon exemplaire. Carte publiée pour la première fois en 1631 par Guillaume Blaeu (ou Blaeuw), et reprise dans les éditions française et hollandaise du "Théâtre du Monde", de Guillaume et Jean Blaeu (Amsterdam 1635). Voir Marc Leclerc, "Cartes anciennes de l'Anjou".
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE DES CARRÉS
2017-09-10 13:20:28
CAPUCIN, Père.
1631. Chatelain, pp. 166-167; Landwehr, Romanic emblem books 272; Praz, p. 255; not in Droz. What the literature calls the second edition of a series of 118 engraved religious and profane love emblems, depicting figures, some with angelic wings or aureoles, each accompanied by a Biblical verse in Latin or a motto in Latin and a distich in French. Some of the plates are signed by Jean Messager, others are after Philippe de Mallery and Gillis van Schoor. The first edition, with the same number of plates, was published at Paris in 1631 by Jean Messager, Pierre Mariette's predecessor. ''En d'amplifiant de 35 emblèmes nouveaux. nouveaux livres'' (Chatelain). Pierre Mariette published the second edition of the present work, probably in the 1650s, but the plates were not revised after that so that it is here printed with Mariette's name in the imprint nearly a century later.With owner's inscriptions and bookplate. A few plates with some tiny spots, but otherwise in very good condition. Binding slightly rubbed along the extremities, front hinge cracked. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2017-09-09 14:37:19
Anonymous or Bruyn, Nicolaas de (1571-1656), after Bol, Hans (1534-1593)
Title page and five plates from a series of eight. All the plates are in reverse in respect to Bol's edition 1) Title page, tilted:'ANIMALIVM QVADRVPEDVM / VENATVS IN VSVM PICTORVM / AVRFABRORVMQVAE EDITAE. / F. de Widt. excudebat A. 1631 ; 2) Slaying foxes, in center hornblower, numbered at bottom:'2'; 3) Wildboar atacking a man, numbered twice, at bottom center and right:'3'; 4) wolf hunting; numbered twice at bottom left and right: '4'; 5) Bear attacking a mane, in the background a moated castle, numbered twice at bottom left and right:'5'; 6) Bull hunting, at right a horseman, numbered twice at bottom center and right:'6'. Rare Engraving on paper with broad margins; each plate c.69 x 216 mm, total: c. 211 x 315 mm; title page with stains; 2 to 6 in great conditions and with old ligature; New Hollstein (Bol) COPY 325-329
Bookseller: Historisch Antiquariaat A.G. van der Ste
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2017-08-28 07:29:44
Weever, John
London: Printed by Thomas Harper, And are to be fold by Laurence Sadler at the figne of the Golden Lion in little Britaine, 1631. 1st Edition. Leather. Good. 4to - over 9.75" to 12" tall, 875 pps. John Weever (1576-1632) had an interest in tomb monuments as a young man, and spent the three decades of his adult life researching them through England and parts of Scotland, France, the Low Countries and Italy, the fruits of which are this book which was published a year before his death, which is why only four dioceses are included: Canterbury, London, Norwich and Rochester. It was fortunate that Weever recorded as much as he did, as so many monuments were destroyed during the English Civil War which was to commence eleven years after this book was published, making his work of greater value than he could have imagined. The work opens with a lengthy introduction, "A Difcourfe of Funerall Monuments" after which he records over a thousand inscriptions. Apparently Weever was interested solely in the inscriptions; the volume is woefully lacking in illustrations, with only eighteen woodcuts which appear to have been added during the production stage, and which were likely supplied by antiquarian friends. This copy with both the frontispiece portrait of Weever with the inscription below, a well as the engraved (and breathtaking) pictorial title page, both preceding the lettered title page. This copy also lacking two leaves which appear not to have been bound in, as we see no evidence of removal; we have supplied the missing pages (497 to 500) via a digital copy. We also noted, when c … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Swan's Fine Books
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2017-08-28 02:55:14
CAPUCIN, Père.
Chatelain, pp. 166-167; Landwehr, Romanic emblem books 272; Praz, p. 255; not in Droz. What the literature calls the second edition of a series of 118 engraved religious and profane love emblems, depicting figures, some with angelic wings or aureoles, each accompanied by a Biblical verse in Latin or a motto in Latin and a distich in French. Some of the plates are signed by Jean Messager, others are after Philippe de Mallery and Gillis van Schoor. The first edition, with the same number of plates, was published at Paris in 1631 by Jean Messager, Pierre Mariette's predecessor. ''En d'amplifiant de 35 emblèmes nouveaux... nouveaux livres'' (Chatelain). Pierre Mariette published the second edition of the present work, probably in the 1650s, but the plates were not revised after that so that it is here printed with Mariette's name in the imprint nearly a century later.With owner's inscriptions and bookplate. A few plates with some tiny spots, but otherwise in very good condition. Binding slightly rubbed along the extremities, front hinge cracked.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)
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2017-08-23 19:51:59
HEYLYN Peter
Asserted from the Fictions of the middle ages of the Church and opposition of the present. The Institution of the most Noble Order of St. George, named the Garter. A Catalogue of all the Knights thereof untill this present.First Edition. 4to in 8s. [22], 351pp. Engraved title-page by William Marshall incorporating portraits of Edward III and Charles I and St George militant and triumphant (shaved along lower edge). Contemporary limp vellum (detached at upper inner joint, lacking ties).London: [by B. A[lsop]. and T. F[awcett].] for Henry Seyle,
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2017-08-22 16:44:24
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 [U.S.A.]
2017-08-22 11:02:34
DREXELIO (Hieremia)
Coloniae Agrippinae, Corn. Ab. Egmond, 1631. In-24 (11 x 6 cm), (14)-284-(2) pp., reliure plein vélin, tranches oranges. Orné du titre gravé et de deux figures hors-texte ; Nicetas Victor, et Cupido Victus (où Cupidon, dépossédé et mutilé, est crucifié à un arbre et lapidé). * Voir photographie(s) / See picture(s). * Membre du SLAM et de la LILA / ILAB Member. La librairie est ouverte du mardi au samedi de 14h à 19h. Si vous souhaitez passer à la librairie pour un livre, merci de nous prévenir au préalable, l'ensemble du stock visible en ligne n'étant pas immédiatement consultable. Langue : Français
Bookseller: Chez les libraires associés [Paris, France]
2017-08-20 21:03:33
ITALIEN ( Italy / Italia ):
- dat. 1631, 37 x 49 Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, 7000:1C.2. Erste Atlasausgabe dieser Karte, oben rechts fig. Titelkartusche, darunter Romulus und Remus mit der Wölfin, unten rechts Porträts der beiden. Im Kartenbild Meeresungeheuer und martime Staffage.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck
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2017-08-17 19:51:23
Geel, Joost van
4°: *-2* 4 A-3G 4, gepag.: [16] 416 [8] pp. Op de in zwart en rood gedrukte titelpagina een vignet door , 523, van Bleyswyck. Op de tegenoverliggende pagina een portret van Van Geel gegraveerd door Jakob Houbraken naar een geschilderd zelfportret. Contemporain perkament. Goed exemplaar. Lit.: NNBW VII, 462."Joost van Geel (Rotterdam 1631 - Rotterdam 1698) was koopman van beroep, maar dichter en schilder uit liefhebberij, en vooral het laatste; zijn gedichten - voor het overgrote deel stichtelijke poëzie die getuigt van zijn grote verdraagzaamheid op godsdienstig gebied - heeft hij zelf nooit erg hoog aangeslagen en kort voor zijn dood zelfs voor het merendeel verbrand. De uitgever van het overgeblevene, de remonstrantse predikant Cornelis van Arkel, vond ze echter heel wat beter dan de poëzie van de brekebeenen, die, nogh geest, nogh zwier, nogh eenige de minste kennis hebbende van 't geen tot de ziel der Poëzy wezentlyk behoort, met hun krassent geluit, jammerlyk uilgezang, zinnelooze, en zoutelooze vindingen, lamme, kreupele, en manke uitdrukkingen, de Hollantsche weerelt alomme vervullen. Aanvankelijk zouden de gedichten uitgegeven worden door Joan Bredenburg, wiens lijkdicht op Van Geel aan het werk voorafgaat, maar zijn overlijden in 1703 vertraagde de uitgave met meer dan 20 jaar."
Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. VAN DER STEUR
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2017-08-17 19:25:24
Anonymous or Bruyn, Nicolaas de (1571-1656), after Bol, Hans (1534-1593)
"Title page and five plates from a series of eight. All the plates are in reverse in respect to Bol's edition 1) Title page, tilted:'ANIMALIVM QVADRVPEDVM / VENATVS IN VSVM PICTORVM / AVRFABRORVMQVAE EDITAE. / F. de Widt. excudebat A. 1631 ; 2) Slaying foxes, in center hornblower, numbered at bottom:'2'; 3) Wildboar atacking a man, numbered twice, at bottom center and right:'3'; 4) wolf hunting; numbered twice at bottom left and right: '4'; 5) Bear attacking a mane, in the background a moated castle, numbered twice at bottom left and right:'5'; 6) Bull hunting, at right a horseman, numbered twice at bottom center and right:'6'. Rare"."Engraving on paper with broad margins; each plate c.69 x 216 mm, total: c. 211 x 315 mm; title page with stains; 2 to 6 in great conditions and with old ligature; New Hollstein (Bol) COPY 325-329 "
Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. van der Steur
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2017-08-16 09:16:58
Manoscritto su pergamena cm.23x36. 1631, Roma. Bolla di Urbano VIII in favore di Carlo Luigi Scappio, rettore della Chiesa "seu cappella" di S.Maria della Luce. Sigillo plumbeo.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Casella
2017-08-10 18:22:12
Callot, Jacques (1592 Nancy - 1635 Nancy) - Nach,
Alle in der Platte bezeichnet \"Israel excud.\" und \"Callot fec.\" (6) bzw. \"Cum Privilegio Regis\" (10), teils mit der gestochenen Nr. Kräftige, meist gegensatzreiche Drucke. Auf festem Bütten. Mit schmalem Rändchen um die volle Plattenkante, teils auf diese geschnitten. Je ca. 14,4 x 9,3 cm (Darstellungsgröße). Nach Lieure 1297 - 1312. Vorhanden sind in der Abfolge des Albums: Titelblatt (L. 1297). Christus als Welterlöser (L. 1298). Der heilige Matthäus (L. 1311). Der heilige Thomas (L. 1306). Der heilige Andreas (L. 1302). Der heilige Bartholomäus (L. 1308). Maria (L. 1299). Der heilige Jakobus d.Ä. (L. 1303, ohne die gekreuzten Schwerter auf der Hutkrempe). Johannes der Evangelist (L. 1304). Der heilige Philippus (L. 1307). Der heilige Paulus (L. 1301). Der heilige Matthias (L. 1309). Der heilige Simon (L. 1310). Der heilige Thaddäus (L. 1312). Der heilige Jakobus d.J. (L. 1305). Der heilige Petrus (L. 1300). - Die Folge erscheint 1631 bei Israel Henriet in Paris, der die Platten Callots aufgekauft hatte. Sie erinnert vom Typus her an \"Die Bettler\" und den \"Adel von Lothringen\". Wie diese sind die bildfüllenden Apostelfiguren fest konturiert gestochen und stehen nahezu ohne perspektivischen Bezug zum Hintergrund im Raum. En face oder im Dreiviertel-Profil gegeben trägt jede ihr Attribut, dahinter klein aber dramatisch bewegte Szenen aus ihrem Leben und Martyrium. Der fehlende perspektivischen Bezug zum Hintergrund und der fehlende Blickkontakt zum Betrachter unterstreichen wirkungsvoll ihre Spiritualität. - Insgesamt von guter Erhaltung, leicht gebräunt und we … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Kunstantiquariat Joachim Lührs
2017-08-10 18:08:45
after Rijn, Rembrandt van (1606-1669)
A standing man with turban and backpack making water. Signed and dated on the bottom: 'Rembrendt (sic!) 1631'."Etching on paper with small margins; plate mark: 85 x 55 mm, total: 91 x 61 mm; in very good conditions New Hollstein 52, copy not included, Bartsch 190"
Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. VAN DER STEUR
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2017-08-10 15:32:15
Centorio degli Hortensii Ascanio.
per Filippo Ghisolfi ad instanza et spese di Gio. Battista Bidelli, 1631. In-4° (cm. 21,5), legatura antica in p. pergamena rimontata; pp. [24] 380 con grande stemma in rame al frontespizio, numerose iniziali istoriate in silografia; lievi fioriture sparse, leggeri aloni, integrazione al margine inferiore bianco del frontespizio. Seconda edizione del noto studio sulla pestilenza cinquecentesca (detta di San Carlo) qui pubblicato dal Bidelli in occasione della peste manzoniana «che rimise in vigore le prescrizioni adottate nelle pestilenze precedenti» [Hoepli 629]. Centorio racchiude documenti «organizzati e poi collegati tra loro in modo da offrire un quadro di quanto avvenne in quelle circostanze e di quanto fu fatto dalle autorità» [DBI XXIII, p. 610]. Discreto esemplare.
Bookseller: Gabriele Maspero Libri Antichi
2017-08-10 04:04:35
Weever, John (1575/6 - 1632) was a poet and antiquary.
Folio. a.e.g. Engraved title, with facing engraved plate, title, dedication, x, 871pp. An exceptional and unique copy signed by Weever "To the Right Honourable Thomas Viscount Maidstone Jo: Weever presents these his imperfect labours." The inscription is similar to the one in Queens'College Cambridge where the inscription reads: "To the learned and judicious view of the Master and Fellows of Queens' College Cambridge John Weever presents these his imperfect Labours." Weever studied at Cambridge. The copy also unique in another respect as it has the Royal Coat of Arms, gilt, inserted into the front and rear boards. The writer was reliably informed that this Coat of Arms is pre Civil War and was probably obtained when the Royal Library was sacked. It makes this copy unique. Small Folio, calf binding, gilt lettering and image of a castle on the spine, all edges gilt, and lined quality paper. ffep's with inscription, xx pp [including engraving of the author facing engraved title page, evidently by Thomas Cecil, second title page, dedication to King Charles, The Author to the Reader, A Table of the Discourse & Errata, 871pp. This work covers the funeral monuments in the diocese of Canterbury, Rochester, London and Norwich. Evidently he intended to produce another one or two volumes covering other diocese and the notes of his work are held in the Library of the Society of Antiquaries. Weever was not only an antiquarian but produced poetry long before he started his work on the Monuments, and was the friend of many literary people of his age. Funeral Monuments is 'larded' with p … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Robin Doughty Fine Books [UK]
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2017-08-08 17:25:20
MAURUS, Arretinus Pyrrhus.
Frankfurt/Main, Palthenius 1631. 8°. Titelbl., 7 nn. Bll., 240 S., 26 nn. Bll. (Index), mit e. Titelblattvignette, Kopfleisten u. Initialen. - Dazugeb. (Adl.): Tractatvs De Fideivssoribvs. In Qvo Tota Fideivssionorum, Satisdationum, & Cautionum materia latissime explicatur (etc.) Frankfurt/Main, Palthenius 1631. Titelbl., 19 nn. Bll., 1062 S., 104 nn. Bll. (Index), mit e. Titelblattvignette, Kopfleisten, Initialen u. Schlußvignetten. Schweinslederband d. Zeit, mit Rückenbeschriftung v. alter Hand, mit reicher Blindprägung von Rollen- u. Plattenstempeln, sow. je e. medaillonförmigen Motiv, umgeben von Rahmen mit ausgefüllten Ecken auf d. Einbanddeckeln, Schnitt buntgesprenkelt, mit e. Wurmgang im Rücken u. Wurmgängen in den Innendeckeln, obere Ecke d. vorderen fliegenden Vorsatz-, Titel- u. ersten Blattes etw. ausgerissen. Minimaler Wurmfraß in d. Anfangs- u. Schlußseiten. Mit Zahlen v. alter Hand am vord. flieg. Vorsatzblatt. Vgl. Jöcher 3,311. Zedler 19,2232 - seltene Druckausgaben d. Werke d. italienischen Juristen, der um die Wende d. 16./17. Jh. lebte. Die, damit erstmals in Deutschland erschienenen, Traktate nicht bei Georgi u. Bircher. Versand D: 15,00 EUR Recht
Bookseller: Antiquariat Löcker
2017-08-05 14:57:11
Leslie, Walter, Scottish-born diplomat and Imperial military commander (1607-1667), conspirator against Wallenstein.
Ingolstadt, 17. XI. 1631. Folio. 3 pp. on bifolium. In Italian, to an unidentified recipient: "Ho riceputo la cortesiss.ma di V. S. insieme con altre lettere quali non ho mancato di servirlo conforme, m' ha commandato, per la sua, come sempre sarò ad ogni suo comando. Circa al provederè del Regi.to del S. Bilick [?] S. M. Reggia hà già disposto al Altezza del sereniss.mo Cardinal Infante il provedere al detto ove son più, che cento, in lasciandosi [.]". - An early, long letter dating from the beginning of Leslie's career, as a major in the infantry regiment of count Adam Erdmann Trcka, shortly before Wallenstein was reinstated as commander of the Imperial Army. Born at Fetternear House in Aberdeenshire, Leslie crossed the North Sea to join the Protestant Army of the United Provinces at age 17; in 1630 he transferred to the Imperial Army. Leslie's leading role in the assassination plot against Wallenstein (in the course of which he himself was wounded) paved the way to his subsequent brilliant career as an officer, courtier and landlord. - Some duststaining to margins; traces of folds; repairs to second leaf.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-08-02 17:33:15
Johannes Sleidanus
Leiden: Elzevier, 1631. 24mo (11,1 x 5,6 cm). 334, (40) pp. Contemporary full overlapping vellum, spine with title in ink. At first sight, this work is an historical account of the Babylonian, Greek, Roman and Persian Empires, but it actually fits very well into the concept of the Four Kingdoms, replaced by a Fifth. Sleidanus used in his work the method of Christian historicism, whereby Bible prophecies are associated with actual historical events. This concept of the Four World Empires, replaced by a Fifth is based on the second chapter of the Book of Daniel. Christian historicism influenced the world view of almost all Protestant Reformers and especial the historicist interpretation of the visions of Daniel was a major influence for the Protestant Reformation. The work starts with a short biography of Sleidanus, taken from different authors. A former proprietor of this copy has changed two lines of text of this biography out of religious concern. At the end the extensive 40-pages index. Engraved title page, also 4 headpieces and 4 woodcut initials. Old inkstains in upper and right margin of the first 25 leaves (maximum 1,3 x 0,4 cm; far outside the text), lower blank margin of title-page cut off and vellum covers bit stained, otherwise a very good copy of this first edition in-24. .
Bookseller: Zaal Books
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2017-08-02 17:33:15
Johannes Sleidanus
Leiden: Elzevier, 1631. 24mo (11,1 x 5,9 cm). 334, (40) pp. Contemporary vellum, spine with title in ink. Historical account of the Babylonian, Greek, Roman and Persian Empires at first sight, but it actually fits very well into the concept of the Four Kingdoms, replaced by a Fifth. Sleidanus used in his work the method of Christian historicism, whereby bible prophecies are associated with actual historical events. The work starts with a short biography of Sleidanus, taken from different authors. A former proprietor of this copy has changed two lines of text of this biography out of religious concern. At the end the extensive 40-pages index. Engraved title page, 4 headpieces, an endpiece and 4 decorated woodcut-initials. Contemporary notes in ink on title page. A bit browned, lower margin of quire Q with wormhole (far outside of text), dispersed waterstains, a.o. the index leaves, library stamp inside front cover, frontal flyleaf and last two blank leaves missing, vellum binding bit soiled, but otherwise a good copy. For a full description and more images please visit www.zaalbooks.nl .
Bookseller: Zaal Books
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2017-08-02 13:15:49
Hendrick HONDIUS (Amsterdam 1597 - 1651)
Esemplare a colori della mappa di Hondius della Spagna, stampata per la prima volta nel 1631. Questa mappa sostituisce quella precedente di Mercator-Hondius, stampata nel 1606. Include 4 navi, una rosa dei venti, un cartiglio decorativo e uno stemma araldico. Questa edizione della mappa è più rara della precedente. Incisione in rame, coloritura coeva, in ottime condizioni. Nice old color example of Hondius' map of Spain, first issued in 1631. This map replaced the prior Mercator-Hondius map, which was first issued about 1606. It includes 4 sailing ships, a compass rose, decorative cartouche and ornate coat of arms. This edition of the map is much scarcer than the earlier editions. Includes the Baleric Islands. Amsterdam Amsterdam Imagens de Portugal e Ilhas Atlanticas, p. 66 n. 18 Dimensioni in mm. 495 X 365
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2017-08-02 11:56:43
Chez Pierre Billaine 1631 -, Paris. 1 volume. In-8 72 pp. Reliure pleine basane verte. Dos à nerfs avec fleurons dorés. Armes dorées sur le premier plat. (Reliure pastiche). Intérieur propre avec habiles restaurations papier sur quelques feuilles. En bon état. Tampon ex-libris sur page de titre. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie KOEGUI [BAYONNE, France]
2017-07-31 05:41:40
Arlanibæo, philo-historico. Anno domini M. DC. XXXI. (Frankfurt am Main), apud F. Hulsius (1631). 202+1 pages p. Med Graveret titelblad og 7 helsides graverede portrætter, med exlibris og stempel Bound in a contemporary full vellum Later titellabel in calf with titel, siderne gemmemgående ensartet brunede [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Andersens Antikvariat [Glostrup, Denmark]
2017-07-14 07:37:25
Astronomie, Meteorologie - Eichstaedt, Lorenz:
Leipzig, Grosse, 1631. - 4°, circa 18,5 x 15,4 cm. 4 Bll., 115 SS. Neuerer Umchlag "VD17 3:670197L. Erste Ausgabe dieser Prognostik für die Jahre 1630-1633 mit Vorhersagen über "der Sternen Lauff, Zusammenkunfften, Aspecten, Eintritt in newe Zeichen, Auffgang, Untergang und Culminationes der Planeten mit den Fixsternen und allerhand Constellationes, so etwa die Lufft Verenderung des Gewitters antreiben können.". Der Autor Lorenz Eichstaedt (1596-1660) war Arzt in Stettin. " "- Papierbedingt gebräunt und teils etwas fleckig, Titel mit zwei kleinen Einträgen. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek
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2017-07-14 05:09:49
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: Ink spot upper margin; size (in cm): 15,5,x 21 - description: Map shows total Poland with Silesia and Prussia - 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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2017-07-11 00:06:36
Tacitus Publius Cornelius
Amsterodami : apud Guiljel. I. Blaeuw, 1631. In-24 (10,5 cm) 459 (21) frontespizio inciso a piena pagina, capolettera inciso. Legatura novecentesca, mezzatela, piatti marmorizzati. Tagli spruzzati. Piccolo foro da bruciatura a p. 11. con perdita di poche sillabe. Rara edizione. 17mo secolo [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Emiliana [Venezia, VE, Italy]
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