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2016-04-15 04:42:21
Speed, John.
London: Pr. by John Dawson [and Thomas Cotes] for George Humble Folio (33.5 cm, 13.25"). [10] ff., 1042 pp.; 1043–1086 ff., 1087–1237, [85 (index)] pp. (lacking frontis.); illus.. 1632 Third edition of this archetypal early English history, a variant of the 1631 edition. Printed with all the archaic and "curious" spellings one could hope for in such a work (e.g., "Britaine" and "ye" on the title-page), each page bears both roman and italic types; the text contains a number of intricate initials, headpieces, and tailpieces, and is adorned with detailed woodcuts of kings, their coats of arms, and the seals and coinage of their reigns. The illustrations are as notable as the typography for quaint charm. Speed (1552–1629), a cartographer and historian, published the Historie as a continuation of his Theatre of Great Britaine, both works being listed in the table of contents of this work, which explains the volume's peculiar pagination and arrangement. => An epitome of the "antiquarian" both in form and content, this is a marvelous compendium of royal history and lore. Period-style calf framed, panelled, stamped in gilt; spine gilt extra with gilt-stamped leather title and author labels; Starr Bookworks. Light to moderate waterstaining, with traces of now-arrested mildew in the form of intermittent and usually faint pink staining/spotting. Frontispiece lacking; title-page partially mounted; dedication and first few leaves of contents with inner margins reinforced. Pp. 41/42 with tear from lower margin into text, lower edge of tear repaired; pp. 125/26 with lower outer corner tor … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co
2016-04-11 09:56:41
Juan de Santa María, fray.
London: Pr. by Thomas Harper for Richard Collins, 1632. 4to (22 cm, 8.6"). [18 of 19 (lacks blank {only}], 481, [1] pp. Uncommon first edition of this English translation of Fray Juan de Santa María's Tratado de República y policía christiana, published in 1615. A Christian perspective on the powers and responsibilities of monarchs, the work was inspired by the Franciscan author's opposition to the government of the Duke of Lerma. The English rendition was often assigned to Edward Blount (who signed the dedication), but is now generally considered the work of => scholar and poet James Mabbe, known for his translations of Cervantes and other works of Spanish literature and theology. The title-page here is a cancel, changing the publisher from Edward Blount to Richard Collins. The work was additionally issued in the same year with yet another title-page, under the title, Policy Unveiled: Wherein may be Learned the Order of True Policie in Kingdomes and Commonwealths, the Matters of Justice, and Government. . . . Uncommon: ESTC, OCLC, and NUC Pre-1956 find only 9 U.S. holdings. ESTC S107911; STC (2nd ed.) 14831. Period-style calf framed and panelled in gilt fillets with gilt-stamped corner fleurons; spine gilt extra with gilt-stamped leather title and author labels. Lacks initial blank leaf, as is the case with virtually all copies. Two leaves with tattered outer edges, one leaf with small hole affecting a few letters; pages with some moderate offsetting, a few browned.
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [U.S.A.]
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2016-04-07 18:18:37
Speed, John.
Pr. by John Dawson [and Thomas Cotes] for George Humble, 1632. Third edition of this archetypal early English history, a variant of the 1631 edition. Printed with all the archaic and "curious" spellings one could hope for in such a work (e.g., "Britaine" and "ye" on the title-page), each page bears both roman and italic types; the text contains a number of intricate initials, headpieces, and tailpieces, and is adorned with detailed woodcuts of kings, their coats of arms, and the seals and coinage of their reigns. The illustrations are as notable as the typography for quaint charm. Speed (1552-1629), a cartographer and historian, published the Historie as a continuation of his Theatre of Great Britaine, both works being listed in the table of contents of this work, which explains the volume's peculiar pagination and arrangement. => An epitome of the "antiquarian" both in form and content, this is a marvelous compendium of royal history and lore.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2016-04-07 07:54:54
Pierre Charron
Parijs: Robert Fuge, 1632. Condition: 7,5 Band gevlekt. Binding: Contemporary Full Vellum Duodecimo 12mo Height: 17,8 CM Width: 11,3 CM Thickness: 5,7 CM
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Meuzelaar
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2016-03-29 13:58:48
BALDAEUS (BAELDE), Philippus.
Landwehr & v.d. Krogt, VOC 556; Tiele, Bibl. 70. First edition, in the original Dutch, of an extensive and valuable description of southern India by Philippus Baldaeus, Latin for Filippus Baelde (1632-1672). The text is divided into three parts, the first covering "Malabar" and "Choromandel" (the west and east coasts of India), the second Ceylon; the final part is devoted to Indian gods and religious practices.Born in Delft, Baldaeus went to the East Indies as a missionary in 1655. In Ceylon he took part in the expedition along the Malabar coast (1656-1666), led by Rijklof van Goens. He was a man of learning and enjoyed research, studying the language and the religions of India and Ceylon, and the section on the Gods includes many ancient Indian fables, preceeding the studies by Jones, Wilkins, Winter, etc. The book is richly illustrated with large double-page views of Goa, Suratte, Cochin, Cananor, Columbo, Jafnapatnam, etc.The title-page with an interesting inscription: "Purchased of Mr Asher 28th August 1851". Very good copy; title-page with an ink stain, probably obliterating a former owner's stamp. A few plates with repaired tears, some browning. Recased, as noted.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)
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2016-03-21 09:28:02
GRAVE a.d. Maas / Prov. Noord-Brabant:
- Tuschefederzeichnung, um 1632, 26 x 30,7 Sehr frühres Manuskript der Stadt Grave! (hochauflösende Bilder auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - high resolution pictures on my homepage or after request)
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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2016-03-19 20:27:40
Bible. English. Authorized (i.e., "King James Version"). 1632.
London: Robert Barker...by the assignes of John Bill, 1632. Folio (34 cm, 13.4"). [15], 507, [1] ff. (lacking 7 prelim. ff.) [preceded by] Speed, John. The genealogies recorded in the Sacred Scriptures, according to euery familie and tribe. [London: F. Kingston, 1632?]. Folio. [2], 34 pp. [with] Bible. O.T. Psalms. English. Sternhold & Hopkins. 1632. The whole booke of Psalmes. Collected into English meeter.... London: Pr. by R. Badger for the Co. of Stationers, 1632. Folio. [2], 114 pp. (lacking 8 index pp.). Attractive folio King James Bible, set in roman in double columns ruled in red throughout, with woodcut headpieces and decorative capitals. Darlow and Moule suggest that this edition was actually printed in early 1633, as a number of copies are recorded as having their title-page dates altered by hand to read 1633, as is the case here. The Apocrypha are present, with the blank space on the last page of Malachi filled with an early inked "account of the several books in the Apocrypha." => The Psalter following the Bible includes music. The O.T. title-page is engraved and signed (very faintly in this example) by William (here "Guilielmus") Hole, and is framed by an elaborate architectural border displaying the coats of arms of the 12 tribes of Israel and portraits of the 12 Apostles. => The recto of the list of books is a full-page engraving of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, surrounded by animals. The New Testament has a separate title-page, dated 1632, with an ornate wood-engraved border featuring Justice and Truth along with the British lion and unicorn and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [U.S.A.]
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2016-03-14 20:11:49
Mercator, Gerard
I.E. Cloppenburgh, Amsterdam, 1632. Copper engraving, uncolored as published. In excellent condition. 190 by 256mm (7½ by 10 inches).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Berg eK [Regensburg, Germany]
2016-03-14 20:11:49
Mercator, Gerard
I.E. Cloppenburgh, Amsterdam, 1632. Copper engraving, uncolored as published. In excellent condition. 188 by 255mm (7½ by 10 inches).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Berg eK [Regensburg, Germany]
2016-02-21 18:08:56
[JAPAN] COLLADO, Diego
Rome: Propaganda Fide, 1632. A few spots, endpapers loose but a fine unsophisticated copy in its original binding.. Small quarto, woodcut device on title; contemporary limp vellum; folding morocco case. Very rare: Diego Collado's "Grammar of the Japanese Language" was the first such study of Japanese to be printed in Europe. It was one of the early productions of the newly-established (1626) press of the Propaganda Fide, the arm of the Vatican responsible for overseas missions. The polyglot press became prolific over subsequent decades, producing catechisms, biblical and teaching materials as well as linguistic guides in a series of exotic languages. By 1633 it had already produced Syrian, Ethiopian and Arabic grammars. A Spanish Dominican from Mezzades, Collado arrived in Japan in 1619 where he operated as a missionary for three years, subsequently making his way to Rome to secure support for the Japanese Christians. During his long stay in Rome, from 1622 to 1635, he prepared three works for the Japanese mission: the present Ars grammaticae japonicae linguae, a description of the language designed to fit Japanese into a Latin grammatical framework, the Dictionarium sive thesauri linguae japonicae, and a confessional guide. Collado returned to the East, to the Philippines, in 1635 with twenty-four missionaries.There is a study of the work with a modern English translation by Richard L. Spear (Diego Collado's Grammar of the Japanese Language (University of Kansas, 2007). Sven Osterkamp has written of Collado's work being "nothing less than the chief reference on Japanese fo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hordern House Rare Books
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2016-02-19 11:03:06
PADOUE (Université de) [Cremonini, Colle, Sylvatico et Sala]
1632 - in-4 de 6 feuillets Padoue, 1632, , in-4 de 6 feuillets, maroquin havane de l'époque, riche dentelle et compositions florales dorées sur les plats, Luxueux manuscrit sur vélin, écrit à l'encre noire et dorée, d'un diplôme de docteur en médecine délivré le 26 avril 1626 à Antonio degli Antoni. Le jury de délibération était composé de nobles et de professeurs en médecine de la faculté de Padoue : Giovanni Colle, Benedicto Sylvatico, Domenico Salla, et surtout le très célèbre Cesare Cremonini. Le manuscrit fut rédigé par Antonellus Bertozzius en 1632 et fut contre-signé par un certain Franciscus Francus en mars 1633. La première page contient un encadrement décoré d'arabesques florales, d'un portrait de Saint et de trois blasons (ceux de Cesare Cremonini, de Giovanni Colle et d'Antonio degli Antoni). Beau témoignage universitaire de la plus prestigieuse Université de Médecine du premier tiers du XVIIe siècle [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux
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2016-02-17 23:02:52
De Solemne, David
La Haye: Henry Hondius, 1632. Folio. 16.5 x 10.5 inches. (420 x 268 cm). [6], 67pp. plus engraved title page and 9 large inserted double-page and folding engraved plates and 30 engraved text illustrations, some folding. Period half leather and vellum sides. Scuffing and loss to leather spine, vellum to front cover lacking but board intact; title page with repair to margin, dampstained to lower edge throughout, some plates repaired and some loss to upper corner area of last two leaves. A very good copy. The Hague: Henry Hondius, 1632. A splendidly illustrated book about the "art of provisioning the military, " published by Henry Hondius (1597-1657), son of the famed Dutch map engraver Jocodus Hondius, and a noted map maker in his own right. This copy damaged but with all engraved plates. Scarce. Part of title page reproduced. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts [U.S.A.]
2016-01-30 13:33:22
Bible. English. Authorized (i.e., "King James Version"). 1632.
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [U.S.A.]
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2016-01-29 14:01:17
Hulsius, Friedrich und Johann Ludwig Gottfried:
Frankfurt, Hofmann 1632. original Kupferstich auf vollem Textblatt aus \"Inventarium Sveciae\" von 1632 - 1 Stich je auf Vorder- und Rückseite - Blattmasse: ca. 19 x 31,5 cm - Bildmasse: ca. 13,5 x 6,5 cm - leicht gebräunt, sonst gut erhalten | original copper engraving on full text page out of \"Inventarium Sveciae\" from 1632 - one view on each side - slightly browned, otherwise in good condition. | Dies ist ein Original! - Kein Nachdruck! - Keine Kopie! -- This is an original! No copy! - No reprint! Versand D: 5,00 EUR
Bookseller: Antiquariat Völkel
2016-01-28 00:10:54
SATIRE MÉNIPPÉE]
1632 - [282] feuillets non chiffrés, sans lieu, sans nom, 1632, in-12, [282] feuillets non chiffrés, une planche dépliante, vélin souple de l'époque, titre manuscrit sur le dos, Signatures: a par 12; A, C, E, G, I, L, N, P, R, T, X, Z, B, D, F, H par 12; Kk par 12; Mm par 4; Oo par 8; Nn, Q, S et T par 12; Vv par 6 (dernier ff. blanc). Nouvelle édition de la Satire Ménipée et la première à contenir la gravure sur bois représentant la procession de la Ligue en février 1593. Elle contient en outre les bois gravés dans le texte, figurant le Seigneur Agnoste et les deux charlatans, ainsi que la mort de l'Asne Ligueur d'une damoiselle mort lors du Siège de Paris, et des monnaies, dont une à l’effigie du roi d'Espagne. Deux ouvrages reliés en un : un abrégé des estats de Paris, un épître du Sieur d'Engoulevent, un regret funèbre sur le trépas de l'asne ligueur, un discours sur l'explication du mot Higuiero d'infierno. Puis, Le Supplément du Catholicon, ou nouvelles des régions de la lune. Annotation sur un feuillet blanc, face à la page de titre. Des rousseurs dans le texte. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux
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2016-01-21 05:15:52
Philbert Guybert; Antoine Mizauld
1632 Guibert’s Charitable Physician Remedies Homeopathy Medicine Alchemy Drugs 10 Rare titles in 1v Apothecary Manual in Vellum Philbert Guibert (d. 1633) was a French physician. We do not find any other examples of this book for sale elsewhere; however, we do find a 1634 edition for sale for over $1,250! Main author: Philbert Guybert; Antoine Mizauld Title: Le medecin charitable : enseignant la maniere de faire & preparer en la maison auec facilite & peu de frais les remedes propres a toutes maladies, selon l'aduise du medecin ordinaire. Augmente dereches de plusieurs remedes tant pour les riches que pour les pauures. Ensemble d'vn estat des vstensilles & medicamens, tant simples que composez que l'on doit auoir chez foy, tant aux champs qu'a la ville. Auec vn notable & charitable aduertissement au public. Published: Paris, Jean Jost, 1632. Language: French Notes & contents: • An incredible medical treatise on home remedies and inexpensive disease cures – particularly for home use. • Important and necessary home medical tools and utensils FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Wear: wear as seen in photos Binding: tight and secure vellum binding Pages: complete with all 602 + 227 pages; plus indexes, prefaces, and such Publisher: Paris, Jean Jost, 1632. Size: ~5.5in X 3.5in (14cm x 9cm) Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2016-01-20 22:39:54
Speed, John.
London: Pr. by John Dawson [and Thomas Cotes] for George Humble Folio (33.5 cm, 13.25"). [10] ff., 1042 pp.; 1043?-1086 ff., 1087?-1237, [85 (index)] pp. (lacking frontis.); illus.. 1632 Third edition of this archetypal early English history, a variant of the 1631 edition. Printed with all the archaic and "curious" spellings one could hope for in such a work (e.g., "Britaine" and "ye" on the title-page), each page bears both roman and italic types; the text contains a number of intricate initials, headpieces, and tailpieces, and is adorned with detailed woodcuts of kings, their coats of arms, and the seals and coinage of their reigns. The illustrations are as notable as the typography for quaint charm. Speed (1552?-1629), a cartographer and historian, published the Historie as a continuation of his Theatre of Great Britaine, both works being listed in the table of contents of this work, which explains the volume's peculiar pagination and arrangement. => An epitome of the "antiquarian" both in form and content, this is a marvelous compendium of royal history and lore. Period-style calf framed, panelled, stamped in gilt; spine gilt extra with gilt-stamped leather title and author labels; Starr Bookworks. Light to moderate waterstaining, with traces of now-arrested mildew in the form of intermittent and usually faint pink staining/spotting. Frontispiece lacking; title-page partially mounted; dedication and first few leaves of contents with inner margins reinforced. Pp. 41/42 with tear from lower margin into text, lower edge of tear repaired; pp. 125/26 with lower outer corner … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-01-20 22:39:54
Speed, John.
London: Pr. by John Dawson [and Thomas Cotes] for George Humble Folio (33.5 cm, 13.25"). [10] ff., 1042 pp.; 1043–1086 ff., 1087–1237, [85 (index)] pp. (lacking frontis.); illus.. 1632 Third edition of this archetypal early English history, a variant of the 1631 edition. Printed with all the archaic and "curious" spellings one could hope for in such a work (e.g., "Britaine" and "ye" on the title-page), each page bears both roman and italic types; the text contains a number of intricate initials, headpieces, and tailpieces, and is adorned with detailed woodcuts of kings, their coats of arms, and the seals and coinage of their reigns. The illustrations are as notable as the typography for quaint charm. Speed (1552–1629), a cartographer and historian, published the Historie as a continuation of his Theatre of Great Britaine, both works being listed in the table of contents of this work, which explains the volume's peculiar pagination and arrangement. => An epitome of the "antiquarian" both in form and content, this is a marvelous compendium of royal history and lore. Period-style calf framed, panelled, stamped in gilt; spine gilt extra with gilt-stamped leather title and author labels; Starr Bookworks. Light to moderate waterstaining, with traces of now-arrested mildew in the form of intermittent and usually faint pink staining/spotting. Frontispiece lacking; title-page partially mounted; dedication and first few leaves of contents with inner margins reinforced. Pp. 41/42 with tear from lower margin into text, lower edge of tear repaired; pp. 125/26 with lower outer corner … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SessaBks, A Division of the Philadelphia
2016-01-20 13:23:40
Bible. English. Authorized (i.e., "King James Version"). 1632.
London: Robert Barker...by the assignes of John Bill Folio (34 cm, 13.4"). [15], 507, [1] ff. (lacking 7 prelim. ff.). 1632 [preceded by] Speed, John. The genealogies recorded in the Sacred Scriptures, according to euery familie and tribe. [London: F. Kingston, 1632?]. Folio. [2], 34 pp. [with] Bible. O.T. Psalms. English. Sternhold & Hopkins. 1632. The whole booke of Psalmes. Collected into English meeter.... London: Pr. by R. Badger for the Co. of Stationers, 1632. Folio. [2], 114 pp. (lacking 8 index pp.). Attractive folio King James Bible, set in roman in double columns ruled in red throughout, with woodcut headpieces and decorative capitals. Darlow and Moule suggest that this edition was actually printed in early 1633, as a number of copies are recorded as having their title-page dates altered by hand to read 1633, as is the case here. The Apocrypha are present, with the blank space on the last page of Malachi filled with an early inked "account of the several books in the Apocrypha." => The Psalter following the Bible includes music. The O.T. title-page is engraved and signed (very faintly in this example) by William (here "Guilielmus") Hole, and is framed by an elaborate architectural border displaying the coats of arms of the 12 tribes of Israel and portraits of the 12 Apostles. => The recto of the list of books is a full-page engraving of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, surrounded by animals. The New Testament has a separate title-page, dated 1632, with an ornate wood-engraved border featuring Justice and Truth along with the British lion and unicorn and variou … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SessaBks, A Division of the Philadelphia
2016-01-15 15:36:57
Snorre Sturlessøn (Snorri Sturluson)
Kiøbenhaffn M.DC.XXXII (1632). 11 Bl., 858 S., 10 Bl., 4 Bl., 185 S., 6 Bl. Ganzpergamentband der Zeit auf Holzdeckeln. Bei der von Peder Claussøn Friis ins Dänische übertragenen Fassung handelt es sich um eine der frühesten gedruckten Fassungen und die erste vollständige Druckversion von Snorri Sturlusons berühmter Chronik über die norwegischen Könige. Snorri Sturluson (1179 - 1241) war ein altisländischer Skalde und Historiker, der unter anderem als maßgeblicher Autor der so genannten \"Snorra-Edda\", eines Lehrbuchs für Skalden, gilt. Snorri war auch als Politiker erfolgreich und hatte eine einflußreiche Position im isländischen Parlament, dem \"Althing\", inne. Dem Werk nachgebunden ist Peder Claussøns Beschreibung Norwegens und seiner umliegenden Inseln, eine erste grundlegende Gesamtdarstellung zur norwegischen Geschichte, Geographie und Demographie. Mit Inhaltsverzeichnis und Register im Anhang. Der norwegische Geistliche, Humanist und Schriftsteller Peder Claussøn Friis (1545 - 1614) trat im Besonderen durch eine Reihe historisch-topographischer Arbeiten, unter anderem über Stavanger, hervor. Beide Arbeiten, Snorris Chronik und Claussøns Landesbeschreibung, die in der Regel in einem Band vereinigt sind, können als frühe Grundlagenwerke zur norwegischen Geschichte gelten. Kapital mit Fehlstelle, Pergamentbespannung ferner am unteren Vorderdeckel etwas gelöst und mit Randläsionen; vorderer Holzdeckel mit Bruchstelle; erste Seiten (bis ca. S. 30) sowie einige Innenseiten mit Feuchtigkeitsrand sowie einigen Randläsionen (ohne Textverlust); untere Buchschnitt berieben … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Das Konversations-Lexikon
2016-01-12 16:18:37
Hulsius, Friedrich und Johann Ludwig Gottfried:
Frankfurt, Hofmann 1632. original Kupferstich auf Textblatt aus \"Inventarium Sveciae\" von 1632 - 2 Stiche, jeweils 1 auf Vorder- und 1 auf Rückseite - Blattmasse: ca. 19 x 21,5 cm - Bildmasse: ca. 13,5 x 6,5 cm - leicht gebräunt, sonst gut erhalten | original copper engraving on text page out of \"Inventarium Sveciae\" from 1632 - one view on each side - slightly browned, otherwise in good condition. | Dies ist ein Original! - Kein Nachdruck! - Keine Kopie! -- This is an original! No copy! - No reprint! Versand D: 5,00 EUR
Bookseller: Antiquariat Völkel
2016-01-12 16:18:37
Hulsius, Friedrich und Johann Ludwig Gottfried:
Frankfurt, Hofmann 1632. original Kupferstich auf Textblatt aus \"Inventarium Sveciae\" von 1632 - auf Vorder- und Rückseite je 1 Stich - Blattmasse: ca. 19,5 x 16,5 cm - Bildmasse: ca. 13,5 x 6,5 cm - leicht gebräunt, sonst gut erhalten | original copper engraving on text page out of \"Inventarium Sveciae\" from 1632 - one view on each side - slightly browned, otherwise in good condition. | Dies ist ein Original! - Kein Nachdruck! - Keine Kopie! -- This is an original! No copy! - No reprint! Versand D: 5,00 EUR
Bookseller: Antiquariat Völkel
2016-01-11 16:59:46
Wither, George
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2015-12-16 19:40:01
BIBLIA DANICA - CHRISTIAN IV'S FOLIOBIBEL.
Kiøbenhaffn, (Melchior Martzan og Salomon Sartor), (1632-) 1633. (Kolophon:1632). Folio. (39x26 cm.). Udmærket stort eksemplar, som ikke har været ombundet i tidens løb. Indbundet i et samtidigt helldrbind over svært træ med 6 ophøjede bind på ryg. Rig rygforgyldning, men svag. Med 6 (af 8) store hjørnebeslag i ornamenteret messing. Rester af lukkebeslag. Ca. 2 cm. af skindet ved øverste kapitæl mangler. permer med brugsspor. Mangler 3 blade: halvtitelbladet (det mangler næsten altid), det kobberstukne portræt af Chr. IV og titelbladet, ellers komplet med de 2 kobberstukne deltitelblade. De tre manglende blade vedlagt i facsimile. (24),353,226,158,(1) blade. Første og sidste blade en smule kantflossede. 3 blade i slutningen forstærkede i ydre margin. Nogle af de sidste blade med en svag større skjold. Lidt spredte brunpletter. Med talrige træsnit i teksten.. Originaltrykket af den sidste af de danske foliobibler, trykt af den første kongelige bogtrykker Melchior Martzan og for 2. dels vedkommende af Salomon Sartor. De træskårne illustrationer er de samme som anvendtes i Frederik II's Bibel fra 1589. Titelkobberne er stukket af Simon de Pas
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn A/S
2015-12-16 13:54:32
Raleigh, Walter
London: Printed for Benjamin Fisher, 1632 First edition. Charles Whibley's copy, with his bookplate affixed to the front pastedown. Finely bound in full tan polished calf, spine rebacked to style with original calf laid on, spine with five raised bands, contrasting dark brown calf label, floral devices to compartments in gilt, boards decoratively ruled in gilt, pale yellow edges, blue marbled endpapers. Overall very good, with some light wear to the extremities, lacking the portrait frontispiece found in some copies, title page with repairs to the top edge and mounted on a recent leaf, edges trimmed, a hint of scattered marginalia, former owners' bookplates to the front pastedown, otherwise clean pages. Overall, a lovely copy of this extremely scarce publication. No other copies have appeared at auction for over 50 years (the last copy offered being this copy) and with less than 100 copies listed in OCLC's WorldCat. Charles Whibley (1859-1930) was an English literary critic, journalist and author, who was notably responsible for assisting T. S. Eliot in becoming an editor at Faber. This volumes contains two philosophical essays related to gentlemanly behavior: "Sir Walter Raleigh's Instructions to His Sonne, and Posterity," and "The Dutifull Advice of a Loving Sonne to his Aged Father." In the first part, Raleigh cites several mandates for becoming a proper, respectable gentleman; each of the ten chapters provides a different instruction, summarized in epithets by Raleigh as "riches not to bee sought by evill means," "wisest men have been abused by flatterers," and "what in … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: B & B Rare Books, Ltd., ABAA
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2015-11-28 17:54:59
Sagard-Theodat, Gabriel
Paris, 1632. [22],380,[2]pp. With the extra engraved title. [bound with:] DICTIONAIRE DE LA LANGUE HURONNE. Paris. 1632. 12,[146],[14]pp. Small octavo. 18th-century calf, spine gilt, edges stained red. Slight separation at upper front hinge. Leaves washed, titlepage expertly remounted on matching paper. A few unobtrusive marginal repairs in main text, bottom edge of leaves of DICTIONAIRE... expertly restored. Withal, a very good copy. In a half morocco and cloth box. Sagard was a Recollet missionary who spent 1623-24 in Huronia as a missionary to the Huron nation. His book, based largely on his own experiences and those of his associates, as well as contemporary letters and documents, are considered to be the main authority for the history of the first Recollet mission in Canada in 1615-29, and the main source for Indian life and relations with the French which does not stem from the Jesuits. "Sagard and Champlain were the first explorers to give any very definite statements about the Huron Indian country and what they had learned from these Indians about the Great Lakes Country" - Greenly. Most of the work is devoted to the life of the Hurons, and has been called "a brilliant, astonishingly precise fresco." The Huron dictionary is the first printed Huron vocabulary, a collection of French expressions translated into Huron, to be used as a manual by traders and missionaries. Sagard assembled it from his own work and those of other missionaries, and it remains "the most complete compilation extant dealing with the old Huron language." A major and important rarity of Can … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2015-11-28 07:59:46
BURTON, Robert
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2015-11-22 18:05:43
AUGSBURG:
- anonymer Kupferstich mit Bordüre, 1632, 37 x 25,5 Sehr seltener Einblattdruck (Flugblatt) von Augsburg mit dem Einzug des Königs Gustav von Schweden im Jahre 1632. - Neben der Gesamtansicht von Augsburg Gustav Adolf auf seinem Pferd mit Zepter. - Rechts daneben das Wappen von Augsburg. - Unter der Darstellung 2spaltiger typographischer Text. - Über der Ansicht der zitierte Titel. - Vor der Stadt die schwedischen Truppen. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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2015-11-14 18:44:49
BACON, Francis
John Haviland, London, 1632. 4to. pp. [vi] 340 [iv; Table misbound between 338-340] [xxxviii]. Roman and italic letter, head- and tail-pieces, woodcut initials. Light age yellowing, a good, clean, well-margined copy in contemporary calf, rebacked, a.e.r. Gibson 16. English [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2015-11-05 21:08:38
Tirinus, Jacobus
Bookseller: Antikvariat Krenek [Prag, Czech Republic]
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2015-10-30 18:15:40
SHAKESPEARE, William
Tho Cotes, for Robert Allot, London 1632 - "A DRAMATIST'S COPY Folio, pp (xx) 303 (i) 232, 419 (i). Text in double column, prefatory matter single, Roman and Italic letter. Ionic head & shoulders engraved portrait of Shakespeare by Martin Droeshout on t-p in unusually fine impression (the author’s best known representation), woodcut initials and headpieces. Address "To the Reader" by Ben Jonson) inlaid on blank. Lower outer corner of first 3 ll. slightly soiled. Wine (?) stain to blank outer corner of next three, reappearing very occasionally in text, a few marginal tears and spots, light age yellowing, last leaf dusty. A very good, clean, well margined copy (taller than Pforzheimer's and the same width) in handsome late C17 calf, spine with gilt compartments, morocco label, arms of the 2nd Duke of Newcastle gilt stamped in central panel on covers, joints repaired, directions to binder on rear pastedown. (C17?) Autograph of Thomas Wright in red chalk on fore margin of t1, autograph of Edward Filmer (1717) at head of fly and address to reader, and of Viscount Mersey (1938) on fly. In folding box. A handsome and important copy of the 2nd folio edition of Shakespeare’s plays in the first variant issue and the second authoritative version of the Shakespearian canon. Published 16 years after the authors death it differs very significantly from the quartos and is largely reproduced from the first fol.(1623). It is from this version of the text that all modern versions derive. Were on easked to nominate the two most important works in the English language, culturally, hi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB
2015-10-27 14:17:05
QUEVEDO Y HOYOS, Antonio de
1632 - Impreso en MADRID, en la imprenta de Francisco Martinez, MDCXXXII (1632). En 4º, enc. en piel, lomera con nervios y dorados, 12 hojas, incluso portada, 100 folios, 8 hojas. Antigua practica criminal. Perfecto ejemplar. Palau, 243555 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: C.M.Garrido
2015-10-24 16:58:07
LULLE Raymond
Paris: de l'imprimerie d'Ant. Champenois, 1632. Fine. de l'imprimerie d'Ant. Champenois, Paris 1632, petit in-12 (8x14cm), (14)p. 1-66pp. (3f. bl.) 67-374pp., relié. - Binding post (nineteenth century) full brown calf. Smooth spine tooled with fillets, wreaths and gilded finials, ornate boards of great cold plate depicting roses, gilded net framing of these plates, net gilded on the cuts, all mouchées slices. Caps and joint skillfully restored. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale illustrée de 8 planches et diagrammes (certains dépliants) et de deux volvelles. Traduction du catalan par Robert le Toul, sieur de Vassy. Reliure postérieure (XIXème siècle) en plein veau brun. Dos lisse orné de filets, guirlandes et fleurons dorés, plats richement ornés d'une grande plaque à froid figurant des rosaces, filet doré en encadrement de ces plaques, filet doré sur les coupes, toutes tranches mouchées. Coiffes et mors habilement restaurés, première garde presque entièrement détachée. Raymond Lulle n'a jamais été véritablement un alchimiste, et la vérité est qu'il méprisait l'Alchimie comme une fausse science (on en trouve de multiples traces dans ses écrits), mais on ne sait comment les légendes s'agglomérèrent autour de son nom et il devint assez rapidement un des grands noms de l'alchimie, un mythe, et la plupart des traités qui lui furent attribués à la Renaissance ne sont pas de lui. En vérité le docteur Raymond Lulle, Catalan d'origine dont l'oeuvre écrite a fixé durablement les bases du catalan écrit et dont la culture recueillait tant celle de la civilisation arable que … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet
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2015-10-21 12:29:18
Chalkokondyles, Laonikos.
Paris, Mathieu Guillemot, 1632. Folio (250 x 360 mm). 4 parts in 1 vol. (16), 1015, (29) pp. 289 cols., (3) pp. 4 pp., cols. 5-128 (+ 2 ff.), (2) pp. 65 ff., 66-114, (4) pp. (several mispaginations). With engr. t. p., 2 engr. plates, and numerous engravings in the text. Contemp. calf. All edges red. Chronicle of the early history of the Ottoman empire; one of several editions printed in the same year. First published in its French translation in 1577, this work by the Byzantine historian Chalkokondyles (c. 1423-90) was republished frequently throughout the 17th century, always including the account of Ottoman costumes and an interpretation of the seventeen enigmatic illustrations of Byzantine prophecies foretelling the downfall of the Ottoman Empire. The folding plate depicts a bird’s-eye view of Constantinople with its prominent buildings. The chronicle itself is illustrated by numerous portraits of rulers. The costume plates were originally designed for the travel account of Nicolas de Nicolay (1517-83), first published in 1567 (cf. Lipperheide Lb 2), who had visited the Ottoman court as a diplomat in the services of King Henry II. - Hinges and extremeties professionally repaired. Engraved title closely trimmed at top; slight loss to edge of plate showing the Turkish army as well as one costume plate. Occasional brownstaining and edge defects throughout. From the Ottoman collection of the Swiss industrialist Herry W. Schaefer. Cf. Atabey 214. Navari (Greek) 138. Hage Chahine 860-862. Navari (Greek) 138. Hamilton 23. Not in Blackmer.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2015-10-10 23:17:51
UBO Emmio
Lugdunum Batavorum (Leide): Ex officina Elzeviriana (Elzevir), 1632. Fine. Ex officina Elzeviriana (Elzevir), Lugdunum Batavorum (Leide) 1632, 2 parties en un Vol. In 16, 413pp. (2) ; 300pp. (3), relié. - Edition, which belongs to the so-called collection of small republics. A title-frontispiece. The second part is dated 1644.Plein vellum time to flaps. Smooth back. Title pen noire.Description two Greek republics, Attica and Laconia and two cities correpondantes states, Athens and Sparta. Ubo was a historian and geographer, he taught at Leer (Lower Saxony) and in Groningen. Bookplate engraved nineteenth with a lawyer toque and motto: Nemini Servias sed legi. GF --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, qui appartient à la collection dite, des petites Républiques. Un titre-frontispice. La seconde partie porte la date de 1644. Reliure en plein vélin d'époque à rabats. Dos lisse. Titre à la plume noire. Description des deux républiques grecques, l'Attique et la Laconie et des deux cités états correpondantes, Athènes et Sparte. Ubo fut un historien et un géographe, il enseigna à Leer (Basse-Saxe) puis à Groningen. Ex-libris gravé du XIXe avec une toque d'avocat et la devise : Nemini servias sed legi. G.F.
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet
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2015-10-08 10:24:26
Shakespeare, William
[London: by Thomas Cotes ..., 1632. Second folio edition. 22 leaves (pp. 101 - 144) extracted from 2nd folio edition of the COMEDIES, HISTORIES, and TRAGEDIES. Folio. Half calf and marbled boards. Single small, diminishing wormhole through the top of outer rule, some faint waterstaining in gutter margin and along top edge. Second folio edition. 22 leaves (pp. 101 - 144) extracted from 2nd folio edition of the COMEDIES, HISTORIES, and TRAGEDIES. Folio. Much Ado about Nothing and Love's Labour's Lost are two of Shakespeare's most popular comedies. Here we have the complete text of both mid-career plays from the 1632 (2nd folio) edition. Love's Labours Lost's first appearance in print was in a 1598 quarto edition, where Much Ado About Nothing would not appear until the first folio edition of 1623.
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2015-10-07 23:09:01
SHAKESPEARE William
London: Printed by Tho. Cotes, for Robert Allot, and are to be sold at the signe of the Blacke Beare in Pauls Church-yard, 1632. From the Second Folio. printed in black in two columns on cream paper. A few faint smudge marks with fingerprints in margins, a few brown spots, else fine. 338 x 220 mm. Leaves ff2-5 and gg3-5 (gg2 mismarked gg3); pp. 63-72 and pp.75-80. Eight leaves together Page 63 begins "To ruffle in the Common-wealth of Rome." .
Bookseller: Randall House Rare Books
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2015-10-02 18:50:15
SHAKESPEARE William
London: Printed by Tho. Cotes, for Robert Allot, and are to be sold at the signe of the Blacke Beare in Pauls Church-yard, 1632. From the Second Folio. printed in black in two columns on cream paper. A few faint smudge marks with fingerprints in margins, a few brown spots, else fine. 338 x 220 mm. Leaves ff2-5 and gg3-5 (gg2 mismarked gg3); pp. 63-72 and pp.75-80. Eight leaves together Page 63 begins "To ruffle in the Common-wealth of Rome." .
Bookseller: Randall House Rare Books
2015-09-18 09:29:33
VALERIO MÁXIMO, Publio.
Trad. Diego López. Imp. Francisco de Lira. Sevilla, 1632. . 20,5 cm. Portada calcográfica arquitectónica grabada por Alardo de Popma. [7], 212 fol., 2 h. de índices manuscritas (sign.: []1, [calderón]6, A-Z8, 2A-2C8, 2D6). [A continuación:] LÓPEZ, Diego. COMENTO SOBRE LOS NUEVE LIBROS DE LOS EXENPLOS, Y VIRTUDES MORALES DE VALERIO MAXIMO. En que se esplican istorias, antiguedades, y el sentido de lugares dificultosos que tiene el Autor, y ansimismo de muchos Oradores, y Poetas. Id. Id. 159 fol., 6 h. de índices (sign. 3A-3V8, 3X5). En ambas obras, texto con apostillas marginales, capitulares xilográficas. Dos obras enc. en un vol. en pergamino, lomera rotulada, cierres. Señal de óxido, papel levemente tostado en varias páginas, foxing en las últimas hojas de la segunda parte. Error de foliación en la primera secuencia (repite las h. 18-19 y pasa de la 210 a la 212, pero texto completo). Anotación marginal manuscrita antigua en fol. 90 de la segunda obra. Pequeña pérdida en fol. 157, sin afectar al texto. Ex-libris manuscrito de anterior poseedor (José Subirana farmacéutico, 1837). Firma de Diego López al final del proemio de la primera obra. CCPB 000041754-8. literatura clásica, literatura latina, moral, edad antigua
Bookseller: Libreria anticuaria Farré [Barcelona, Spain]
2015-09-13 03:29:39
[DAVIES John] of Mallwyd 1567-1644
Londini: R Young, 1632 VG, 1st ed, 1632, the first Latin-Welsh dictionary. In full 19c calf, attractive edge blind tooling, corners rubbed. Spine, raised bands, gilt titles, joints cracked. Internally, book label of Porkington Library to fpd, [2], [2], [9], [1], A-P4. Aa-3I6, not paginated, occasional contemp ink name (Howell) & note, offsetting, some light damp stain to a few leaves, 1 sm marginal tear (*2). The Latin-Welsh was by Thomas Williams, edited by Davies who also edited the 1620 Welsh Bible, & a 1621 Welsh Grammar. The first Welsh-English Dictionary was by William Salesbury in 1547. (ESTC S122150. Libri Wallia 1551). Davies's achievements in propagating both the Bible and the Welsh language deeply influenced Welsh culture. Rowland Vaughan, a contemporary, described him as ‘the only excellent Plato of our tongue’, and Sir Glanmor Williams continues to see Davies as ‘the greatest Welsh scholar of his age, if not of all time’ (Williams, Recovery, 476). See ODNB
Bookseller: Madoc Books (ABA-ILAB)
2015-09-11 15:10:43
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Apud Haeredes Antonii Bladii Impressores Camerales, 1632. In 4, pp. (8). Esemplare con mancanze agli ampi margini. Gora al mag. est. Br. rifatta con carta d'epoca. Pubblicazione contenente le bolle emesse da vari pontefici, da Gregorio IX ad Alessandro IV fino a Innocenzo VII contro l'edificazione di castelli nei territori della Sabina e della Tuscia. In particolare nella bolla di papa Gregorio IX, dal titolo 'Gregorius Episcopus servuus servorum.... per Sabiniam constutis...' sono citati espressamente i comuni in cui e' fatto divieto di edificazione: Acquapendente, Bolsena, Montefiascone, Spoleto, Nocera Umbra, Gualdo Tadino, Sassocorvaro, Narni, San Gemini, Stroncone, Miranda, Otricoli, ecc... ITA
Bookseller: Coenobium Libreria antiquaria [Asti, Italy]
2015-09-05 14:49:16
Snorre Sturlessön (Snorri Sturluson)
Kiöbenhaffn M.DC.XXXII (1632).. 11 Bl., 858 S., 10 Bl., 4 Bl., 185 S., 6 Bl. Ganzpergamentband der Zeit auf Holzdeckeln. Bei der von Peder Claussön Friis ins Dänische übertragenen Fassung handelt es sich um eine der frühesten gedruckten Fassungen und die erste vollständige Druckversion von Snorri Sturlusons berühmter Chronik über die norwegischen Könige. Snorri Sturluson (1179 - 1241) war ein altisländischer Skalde und Historiker, der unter anderem als maßgeblicher Autor der so genannten "Snorra-Edda", eines Lehrbuchs für Skalden, gilt. Snorri war auch als Politiker erfolgreich und hatte eine einflußreiche Position im isländischen Parlament, dem "Althing", inne. Dem Werk nachgebunden ist Peder Claussöns Beschreibung Norwegens und seiner umliegenden Inseln, eine erste grundlegende Gesamtdarstellung zur norwegischen Geschichte, Geographie und Demographie. Mit Inhaltsverzeichnis und Register im Anhang. Der norwegische Geistliche, Humanist und Schriftsteller Peder Claussön Friis (1545 - 1614) trat im Besonderen durch eine Reihe historisch-topographischer Arbeiten, unter anderem über Stavanger, hervor. Beide Arbeiten, Snorris Chronik und Claussöns Landesbeschreibung, die in der Regel in einem Band vereinigt sind, können als frühe Grundlagenwerke zur norwegischen Geschichte gelten.. Kapital mit Fehlstelle, Pergamentbespannung ferner am unteren Vorderdeckel etwas gelöst und mit Randläsionen; vorderer Holzdeckel mit Bruchstelle; erste Seiten (bis ca. S. 30) sowie einige Innenseiten mit Feuchtigkeitsrand sowie einigen Randläsionen (ohne Textverlust); untere Buchschnitt berieben (u. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Das Konversations-Lexikon - Fachantiquar
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2015-09-02 08:16:20
Snorre Sturless?n (Snorri Sturluson)
Kiøbenhaffn M.DC.XXXII (1632). 11 Bl., 858 S., 10 Bl., 4 Bl., 185 S., 6 Bl. Ganzpergamentband der Zeit auf Holzdeckeln. Bei der von Peder Claussøn Friis ins Dänische übertragenen Fassung handelt es sich um eine der frühesten gedruckten Fassungen und die erste vollständige Druckversion von Snorri Sturlusons berühmter Chronik über die norwegischen Könige. Snorri Sturluson (1179 – 1241) war ein altisländischer Skalde und Historiker, der unter anderem als maßgeblicher Autor der so genannten „Snorra-Edda“, eines Lehrbuchs für Skalden, gilt. Snorri war auch als Politiker erfolgreich und hatte eine einflußreiche Position im isländischen Parlament, dem „Althing“, inne. Dem Werk nachgebunden ist Peder Claussøns Beschreibung Norwegens und seiner umliegenden Inseln, eine erste grundlegende Gesamtdarstellung zur norwegischen Geschichte, Geographie und Demographie. Mit Inhaltsverzeichnis und Register im Anhang. Der norwegische Geistliche, Humanist und Schriftsteller Peder Claussøn Friis (1545 – 1614) trat im Besonderen durch eine Reihe historisch-topographischer Arbeiten, unter anderem über Stavanger, hervor. Beide Arbeiten, Snorris Chronik und Claussøns Landesbeschreibung, die in der Regel in einem Band vereinigt sind, können als frühe Grundlagenwerke zur norwegischen Geschichte gelten. "Kapital mit Fehlstelle, Pergamentbespannung ferner am unteren Vorderdeckel etwas gelöst und mit Randläsionen; vorderer Holzdeckel mit Bruchstelle; erste Seiten (bis ca. S. 30) sowie einige Innenseiten mit Feuchtigkeitsrand sowie einigen Randläsionen (ohne Textverlust); untere Buchschnitt berieben (u. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Das Konversations-Lexikon [Garding, Germany]
2015-09-01 13:20:23
CAVALIERI, Buonaventura
Bologna, Nicolo Tebaldini, 1632 - 2 parts in one vol, 4to (227 x 160 mm), pp [xvi] 330 [vi] [mispaginated 1-152; 157-164; 161-330]; ff [160], with woodcut diagrams in text and large folding letterpress table printed on both sides; a few gatherings with some slight browning, a very nice copy in contemporary limp vellum, lettered in ink on spine 'Cavaler. Uranometricum', split in spine but sound and without loss.First edition of Cavalieri's first publication. 'It was this work that introduced logarithms into Italy, but as it was in Latin, that honor is often given to the author's later works written in Italian. Besides introducing logarithms, the work deals with spherical triangles, and Cavalieri introduces a new formula for calculating the area of a spherical triangle.'The tables consist of two major logarithmic tables, one trigonometric and the other numeric. A large errata is included at the end. These logarithmic tables are much more detailed than those appearing in Cavalieri's later Italian publications and have entries to every second of the arc whereas the later ones are only to every minute' (Tomash and Williams, Erwin Tomash Library of the History of Computing I pp 266-7).In order to be reconfirmed in his chair at Bologna, 'Cavalieri published his Directorium generale Uranometricum, the exceptional logarithmic tables he had compiled. The work is divided into three parts, devoted to logarithms, plane trigonometry, and spherical trigonometry, respectively. In addition to noteworthy innovations in terminology, the work includes important demonstrations of John Napier's … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: WP Watson Antiquarian Books [United Kingdom]
2015-09-01 13:20:23
CAVALIERI, Buonaventura
Bookseller: WP Watson Antiquarian Books [London, United Kingdom]
2015-08-27 12:28:24
Shakespeare, William
London: Thos Cotes for Robert Alot. VG+ Pages 173 thru 204 from Shakespeare's Folio 2nd edition of 1632, extracted and professionally rebound, VG plus with light toning and one dime sized light spot on the 1st page, the title page(p173). double columns as called for, lovely copy rebound with light blue boards and leather spine. with gilt titles. Please inquire if you want to see more pics or ask a question. My phone camera does not take VG pics. Consigned item with limited dealer discount. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Bristlecone Books RMABA [Austin, CO, U.S.A.]
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