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2014-02-17 19:55:07
. kolorierter Kupferstich von 2 Platten gedruckt v. Jacobus Tirinus aus Commentarius in Vetus et NovumTestamentum ... b. Martinus Nutius in Antwerpen, 1632, 31,5 x 80 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Laor, Maps of The Holy Land. Cartobibliography of Printed Maps, 1475-1900, S. 106, Nr. 771. - Zeigt Israel/Palästina mit den angrenzenden Gebieten u. die Mittelmeerküste von Sidon bis zur Nilmündung. - Die Karte umgeben von 16 Ansichten bzw. Vignetten, sowie unten mittig Insetplan (ca. 13 x 17 cm) von Jerusalem ('Hierosolymae Veteris Imago'). - Über der Karte Titelkopfleiste; oben rechts Kartusche mit Erklärungen der Kartensymbole; unten links Meilenzeigerkartusche; im Mittelmeer vor der ägyptisch-israelischen Küste Kompaßrose; im Mittelmeer 3 Segelschiffe. - Großformatige dekorative Karte.
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2014-02-12 15:32:11
Chalko(ko)ndyles, Laonikos.
Paris, Mathieu Guillemot, 1632.. 4 Teile in 1 Bd. (16), 1015, (29) SS. 289 Spp., (3) SS. 4 SS., Spp. 5-128 (2 Bll. zwischengebunden), (2) SS. 65 Bll., 66-114, (4) SS. (einige Verpaginierungen). Mit gest. Titel, 2 Kupfertafeln und zahlr. Textkupfern. Lederband der Zeit. Dreiseitiger Rotschnitt. Folio (250 x 360 mm).. Eine von mehreren Ausgaben im selben Jahr. - Erstmals 1577 in französischer Übersetzung erschienen, wurde die Chronik der frühen Geschichte des Osmanischen Reiches von Chalkokondyles (um 1423-1490) im 17. Jahrhundert mehrfach aufgelegt, jeweils zusammen mit der von Thomas Artus verfaßten Erklärung zu den osmanischen Trachten und zu den 17 rätselhaften Darstellungen, die byzantinische Prophezeiungen über den Untergang des Osmanischen Reiches illustrieren. - Die gefaltete Tafel zeigt eine Ansicht Konstantinopels mit seinen prominenten Bauten aus der Vogelschau, die Chronik ist mit zahlreichen Herrscherporträts illustriert. Die Kostümkupfer waren für den erstmals 1567 aufgelegten Reisebericht von Nicolas de Nicolay (1517-1583) geschaffen worden (vgl. Lipperheide Lb 2), der den Osmanischen Hof als Diplomat im Dienste König Heinrichs II. kennengelernt hatte. - Zur Kollation der Kostümtafeln: Die Tafeln 60 und 61 zeigen die gleiche Darstellung, Nr. 64 doppelt vergeben. - Der gestochene Titel oben knapp beschnitten, die Tafel mit der Darstellung der türkischen Armee mit Randabriß, ein Kostümkupfer mit Fehlstelle (jeweils Bildverlust), einzelne Blätter mit Randabriß oder Einriß, etwas fleckig. Aus der Sammlung des Schweizer Industriellen Herry W. Schaefer. - Vgl. Hage C … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-02-12 15:07:14
. kolorierter Kupferstich v. Everard Symonsz Hamersveldt & Salomon Rogiers b. Johannes Janssonius (Jansson) in Amsterdam, 1632, 38 x 49 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. I, 3950:1. - 1. Ausgabe und 1. Zustand - ohne Rückentext! - Zeigt die Herrschaft Groningen mit dem Dollart und dem westlichen Teil von Ostfriesland bis zur Stadt Norden. - Groningen und Emden dargestellt mit Befestigungsplänen. - Oben rechts Titelkartusche mit Wappen; unten links Kartusche mit Meilenzeiger und Verlegeradresse; mittig rechts Kartusche mit Erklärungen; in der Nordsee 4 Segelschiffe und Kompaßrose.
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2014-02-07 21:55:00
[Nicolay d'Arfeuille, Nicolas / Artus, Thomas].
[Paris, Guillemot, 1632].. 65 Bll., 66-114, (4) SS. Mit 79 (1 wdh.) Textkupfern. Restaurierter Schweinslederband der Zeit auf Holzdeckeln mit 8 Messing-Eckbeschlägen. Reste von Schließen. Folio (240 x 376 mm).. Die Erklärungen zu den osmanischen Kostümkupfern nach den Reisen von Nicolas Nicolay d'Arfeuille und den byzantinischen Weissagungen von Thomas Artus, Sieur d'Embry (um 1550-n. 1614), der bekannt ist für seine Satire auf den französischen Hof mit dem Titel "Les Hermaphrodites", wurden im 17. Jahrhundert mehrfach als Anhang zur Geschichte des osmanischen Reiches von Chalkokondyles aufgelegt, aber auch - wie unser Exemplar - separat vertrieben. Die Wiederholung von Tafel 60/61 sowie die doppelte Vergabe von Nr. 64 stimmen mit der Pariser Ausgabe bei Guillemot 1632 überein. - Teils gering braunfleckig. Stellenweise mit kl. Wurmspuren (teils auch im Bild bzw. Text), einzelne restaurierte Randläsuren. Aus der Sammlung des Schweizer Industriellen Herry W. Schaefer. - Colas 2207 (Anm.). OCLC 83490314. Vgl. Hage Chahine 860. Diese Ausgabe nicht bei Hiler oder Lipperheide.
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2014-02-05 12:26:20
MONTAIGNE, MICHEL DE. Translated from the French into English by John Florio.:
London, printed by M. Flesher for Rich. Royston, 1632.: . London, printed by M. Flesher for Rich. Royston, 1632.. THIRD ENGLISH EDITION 1632, in 3 books, Books II and III having separate title pages dated 1631. Folio in sixes, approximately 285 x 170 mm, 11¼ x 7 inches, added engraved architectural title page by Martin Droeshout, a few woodcut headpieces and initials, pages: (10 of 14), 1-631, (13), LACKING PRINTED TITLE PAGE (A1) and FINAL PAGE OF PRELIMS (A6 - headed: "To the beholder of this title"), pages 365 and 367 transposed, pages 413 and 415 likewise, collation: engraved title page + A6 (A1 and 6 missing), B-3G6, 3H8, 3I2, signature 2Z missigned 3Z. Handsomely rebound in full calf, maroon gilt lettered label between raised bands, heavily gilt decoarted spine, blind decoration to covers. Engraved title page laid down on paper, slightly dusty and worn at edges with some loss to image, 2 small ink stains in lower margin, prelims A2-4 mounted on a tab at inner margin, a few other leaves also, small repair to foot of inner margin of B2, occasional pale ink ticks to margins and light underlining, some in pencil, light soiling to some lower corners, occasional small pale stains to margins, a few on text, no loss of legibility, small neat ink note in 6 margins, small blank piece missing from 3 lower corners, small chip to 1 upper margin with loss of page number, occasional small ink stains to margins, large ink smudge on text on pages 196, 261, 299 and 300, no loss of legibility, occasional pale browning to lower margins, final page of Index dusty, chipped to top margin … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-12-27 11:41:59
Pierre GILLES
Ex officina Elzeviriana 1632 - - Ex officina Elzeviriana, Lugduni Batavorum (Leide) _1632, In 24 (5,5x11cm), 422pp. (6), relié. - Edition elzevirienne du texte de Pierre Gilles. Un titre frontispice représentant une colonne romaine avec en arrière plan la ville musulmane, et un plan de la ville. Plein Velin à rabats, reliure hollandaise. Dos lisse avec titre à la plume estompé. Pierre Gilles arrive à Constantinople en 1544 et rencontre la fastueuse cité de Soliman le magnifique. Assistant à la transformation de la ville, les habitants détruisaient toutes les antiquités et ce qui évoquait l'ancienne ville, Pierre Gilles se sentit le devoir de relever la topographie de la ville avant qu'elle ne change définitivement. Cependant, étranger à l'art bysantin, Gilles passe rapidement ce sujet et s'intéresse surtout à la structure de la ville. Livres à Figures 422pp. (6) . La Librairie Le Feu Follet offre aux clients AbeBooks 10% de réduction ainsi que les frais de port vers la France métropolitaine sur l'ensemble de son catalogue. Prix d'origine : 518 EUR. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
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2013-12-26 13:21:03
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ORDENANÇAS DE SEVILLA, QUE POR SU ORIGINAL, SON AHORA NUEVAMENTE IMPRESSAS, CON LICENCIA DEL SEÑOR ASSISTENTE, POR ANDRES GRANDE, … Recopilación de las Ordenanças de la muy noble y muy leal Ciudad de Sevilla; de todas las leyes, y ordenamientos antiguos, y modernos; cartas y provisiones Reales, para la buena governación del bien público, y pacífico Regimiento de Sevilla y su tierra. Fecha por mandado de los muy altos, y muy poderosos, Catholicos Reyes y Señores, don Fernando, y doña Isabel, de gloriosa memoria, y por su Real provisión … .- Sevilla, Andrés Grande, 1632; en folio holandesa del XIX cortes pintados, Portada con escudo grabado, 10 hojas de preliminares, 252 folios. En segunda hoja de preliminares viñeta a media página grabada en madera, capitulares. Papel con defectos y manchas, sobre todo mancha que parece de quemadura desde el folio 59 al 64, produciendo pequeño roto en el folio 63 afectando a unas cuantas letras de dos líneas. En el último folio que esta reforzado aparece el colofón de la edición de Sevilla, Ivan Varela de Salamanca, 1527 y el de la presente edición. Palau nº 203203. La primera edición de las Ordenanzas de Sevilla es de 1492 por Meinardo Unguet y Estanislao Polono; siendo la segúnda la de 1527 (primera ampliada), de la qu es copia la presente.
Bookseller: LIBRERIA ANTICUARIA SANZ [MADRID, Spain]
2013-12-18 17:41:28
Emmius, Ubbo [1547 - 1625]
Lugd. Batavorum (Leiden): Ex Officina Elzeviriana (Bonaventure & Abraham Elzevir), 1632. 1st edition thus (Willems 364). Period full vellum binding with yapp edges; 2 cloth tie stubs to each cover. Title hand-inked to spine. Light blue edgestain. Square & tight. Vellum soiled. Ex-lib, with bookplate & call number stamp to bottom margin of Vol I t.p. A VG+ copy.. 2 volumes (426, [6]; 323, [7] pp). Engraved t.p. signed "C. C. D.", to Vol I. Printer's device to t.p. of Vol II. Decorative initial capital letters. Tailpieces. 24mo, signed in 8s. 4-5/8" x 2-1/4" This volume bound with Hagelgans' DESS THEWREN FURSTEN Vnd BESCHURMERS [1640], Tavistock Books' ID #35199. Price is for this one volume containing both works.
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2013-11-05 22:24:06
MATTHIEU, PIERRE.:
London, printed by John Haviland for Godfrey Emondson, 1632.. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION 1632, translated by Sir Thomas Hawkins. Small 4to, 190 x 140 mm, 7½ x 5½ inches, engraved pictorial title page, dated title page to second part but register and pagination continuous, pages: (4), 299, bound in contemporary full vellum, hand lettered to spine. Most copies like ours just have the engraved title without the letterpress title, a few have just a letterpress title. Some discolouration to vellum, some light rust staining to lower cover, head of spine just slightly worn, ties lacking, short closed tear to fore-edge of front endpaper and title page, neatly repaired with no loss, signature on front endpaper, occasional small pale stain, otherwise contents clean and bright. Binding tight and firm. A very good copy of a scarce book. The first part is a translation of "Aelius Sejanus, histoire romaine" by Pierre Matthieu. It is translated into English as a satire on the fall of George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham. The second part is a translation of "Histoire des prosperitez malheureuses d'une femme cathenoise, grande seneschalle de Naples" also by Matthieu, based on a story from "De casibus illustrium virorum" by Giovanni Boccaccio. Both works are supposed to have been written by Matthieu originally to represent the rise and fall of Concino Concini and his wife, Leonora Galigai. Concino Concini, (d. 1617), was a Florentine adventurer, favourite of Marie de' Medici, queen of France, who exerted great influence after the assassination of Marie's husband, Henry IV in 1610, and … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-11-04 13:59:50
SHAKESPEARE, William
[London: printed by Tho. Cotes, for Robert Allot,, 1632]. Folio (325 × 221 mm), 26 leaves, pp. [251]–302 (pp. 251-268 mis-paginated 152-168). Modern calf-backed marbled boards, titles gilt direct to spine, speckled edges. Some spots and stains, including some small reddish-brown stains to pp. 156-7, giving the not inappropriate impression that someone has bled over the scene attending the murder of Duncan, gentle crinkling to the leaves, but all the leaves notably uncreased and untorn; very good condition indeed. Two of Shakespeare's universally acknowledged masterpieces, extracted from a copy of the second Shakespeare folio, where they are fifth and sixth among the tragedies (the last page of Macbeth and the first page of Hamlet constituting the recto and verso of a single leaf, thus practically necessitating their extraction as a pair). While there were two texts of Hamlet printed in quarto before 1623, the folio text of Hamlet is different from either. Since it was the players who brought copies of Shakespeare's plays to the publishers of the First Folio, it has been argued that the text of any play in a folio edition would be closest to that presented on stage at the Globe. Many modern critics, such as G. R. Hubbard, following Stanley Wells and Gary Taylor, regard the folio text of Hamlet as Shakespeare's personal revision of the best quarto text. Macbeth, another of Shakespeare's most popular plays, was never published during his lifetime, so it is not surprising that the only text which we have of this play - first published in 1623 - is problemat … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-10-26 10:12:26
Mercator, Gerard
Americas: Amsterdam, Johannis Cloppenburgji. 1632. Copper engraved map of the West Indies from "Gerardi Mercatoris, Atlas sive Cosmographicae Meditationes de Fabrica mundi et fabricati figura, "Latin text to verso. Dark impression; toned; minor spotting and dampstaining to blank margins. just entering printed area; darker damp stain to upper margin. Worm hole to right scale [parallel 15]. The "Atlas Minor" of Gerhard Mercator appears in various formats, the first published by Jodicus Hondius in 1607 with plates he most likely engraved himself. Thereafter there appeared a number of editions. In 1628 Johannes Janssonius published a new series of editions, the plates engraved by Petrus Kaerius and Abraham Goos. Both of these were small format atlases in the tradition of that published by Langenes. In 1630 Johannes Cloppenburg published a French edition in a somewhat larger size, followed by this Latin edition in 1632. The plates were in the main engraved by Petrus Kaerius. Cloppenburg published the Altas at his own expense "sumptibus"as the imprint states. There was one more edition in 1636 with French text. Due to thier larger size the maps from the Cloppenberg editions have more information, than those of Hondius and Janssonius, and are considered by some sholars as a true reduction of the maps of Mercator, as they appear in the folio Atlas. Keoman:Me200. Americas West Indies
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2013-10-26 10:12:26
Mercator, Gerard
Americas: Amsterdam, Johannis Cloppenburgji. 1632. Copper engraved map of Virginia and the Chesapeake Bay area derived from John Smith's map of 1612, from "Gerardi Mercatoris, Atlas sive Cosmographicae Meditationes de Fabrica mundi et fabricati figura, "Latin text to verso. Dark impression; toned; minor spotting and dampstaining to blank margins darker damp stain to upper margin. Worm hole to just outside engraved right scale. The "Atlas Minor" of Gerhard Mercator appears in various formats, the first published by Jodicus Hondius in 1607 with plates he most likely engraved himself. Thereafter there appeared a number of editions. In 1628 Johannes Janssonius published a new series of editions, the plates engraved by Petrus Kaerius and Abraham Goos. Both of these were small format atlases in the tradition of that published by Langenes. In 1630 Johannes Cloppenburg published a French edition in a somewhat larger size, followed by this Latin edition in 1632. The plates were in the main engraved by Petrus Kaerius. Cloppenburg published the Altas at his own expense "sumptibus"as the imprint states. There was one more edition in 1636 with French text. Due to thier larger size the maps from the Cloppenberg editions have more information, than those of Hondius and Janssonius, and are considered by some sholars as a true reduction of the maps of Mercator, as they appear in the folio Atlas. Keoman:Me200. Burden:226. Americas Virginia
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2013-10-25 17:21:14
Raymond de L'Eglise
- Ouvrage articulé comme dictionnaire contient des thématiques très curieuses tels que la législation sur les JEUX, LES SALAIRES, PONTS ET PASSAGES, SÉPULTURES etc AUTEUR:Raymond de L'Eglise TITRE:Remarques du droict franc?ois, confirmees par loix, ordonnances royaux, arrests des cours souueraines, & authoritez des plus celebres decisionaires de nostre temps. Recueillies des escrits & memoires de plusieurs homes doctes par vn sc?auant & fameux aduocat au Parlement de Tolose, n'agueres decede? Oeuure mesle? de diuerses matie?res ciuiles, canoniques, beneficiales, feudales, & crimineles, qui se traictent ordinairement au palais. Auec vne table des titres. Dernière édition. LIEU: EDITEUR, DATE: Lyon : S. Rigaud, 1632 COLLATION: 22-924-4ff (table) - complet FORMAT: In -12 17 x 12 cm RELIURE: Reliure de l' époque en plein vélin , dos lisse orné du titre en noir. ILLUSTRATIONS: Une vignette sur bois sur la page du titre. Ornements décoratifs; ETAT: Reliure solide et de bon aspect, cuir un peu frotté & passé. Intérieur frais, quelques rares rousseurs éparses, peu gênantes pour la lecture. 2 Ex libris de la bibliothèque Louis REQUIN & un gravé non identifié. POIDS:900 g NOUVEAU ! Indiquez-nous vos desiderata pour être averti par email de la mise en vente de nouveaux ouvrages qui vous interessent ! [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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2013-10-25 17:01:28
Magini, Giovanni Antonio (1555-1617)
Europe: Bologna. Sebastiano Bonomi for the author. 1632. Copper engraved map of Piedmont from Magini's "Italia, data in luce da Fabio suo figliuolo. " Some original old outline colour; verso blank with old ink map number to upper corner. In the upper right corner is a box indicating that the rest of the area (Piedmont) can be found on the map entitled "Monferrato". Good impression; dampstain in upper left quarter of map. Born in Padua 1555, Magini studied astronomy from an early age. He was appointed Lecturer in Astronomy at the University by the Senate of Bolgna in 1588; [ he received the chair in preference to Gallileo]. As a cartographer, Magini's life's work was the preparation of "Italia "or the "Atlante geografico d'Italia ".This was intended to include maps of every Italian region with exact nomenclature and historical note and it was eventually printed posthumously by his son Fabio in 1620. He was the first Italian to produce an Atlas of his native country. A major project, the production (begun in 1594) proved expensive and Magini assumed various additional posts in order to fund it, including becoming tutor in mathematics to the sons of Vincenzo Gonzaga, Duke of Mantua, a major patron of the arts and sciences. Magini dedicated the atlas to The Duke of Mantua, who had assisted him with this project helping him obtain cartographical material from the various sovereigns ruling the different Italian states at that time. The governments of Messina and Genoa also assisted Magini financially in this project. Magini did not do any o … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-10-25 17:01:28
Magini, Giovanni Antonio (1555-1617)
Europe: Bologna. Sebastiano Bonomi for the author. 1632. Copper engraved map of Piedmont & Monferrato from Magini's "Italia, data in luce da Fabio suo figliuolo. " Original old outline colour; verso blank with old ink map number to upper corner. Decorative title cartouche with dedication to" Caterina Medici Gonzaga Duchessa di Mantua et di Monferrato etc.". Above the scale in lower right corner is a box indicating that the rest of the area (Piedmont) can be found on the map entitled "Liguria da Ponente". Good impression; some spotting to margins; old repair of paper loss to edge of right margin. Born in Padua 1555, Magini studied astronomy from an early age. He was appointed Lecturer in Astronomy at the University by the Senate of Bolgna in 1588; [ he received the chair in preference to Gallileo]. As a cartographer, Magini's life's work was the preparation of "Italia "or the "Atlante geografico d'Italia ".This was intended to include maps of every Italian region with exact nomenclature and historical note and it was eventually printed posthumously by his son Fabio in 1620. He was the first Italian to produce an Atlas of his native country. A major project, the production (begun in 1594) proved expensive and Magini assumed various additional posts in order to fund it, including becoming tutor in mathematics to the sons of Vincenzo Gonzaga, Duke of Mantua, a major patron of the arts and sciences. Magini dedicated the atlas to The Duke of Mantua, who had assisted him with this project helping him obtain cartographical material from the various sovereigns ruling the d … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-10-25 17:01:28
Magini, Giovanni Antonio (1555-1617)
Europe: Bologna. Sebastiano Bonomi for the author. 1632. Copper engraved map of the Duchy of Milan from Magini's "Italia, data in luce da Fabio suo figliuolo. "Original old outline colour; verso blank with old ink map number to upper corner. The somewhat naîve colour indicates the borders of the areas. Good impression; original old colour. Born in Padua 1555, Magini studied astronomy from an early age. He was appointed Lecturer in Astronomy at the University by the Senate of Bolgna in 1588; [ he received the chair in preference to Gallileo]. As a cartographer, Magini's life's work was the preparation of "Italia "or the "Atlante geografico d'Italia ".This was intended to include maps of every Italian region with exact nomenclature and historical note and it was eventually printed posthumously by his son Fabio in 1620. He was the first Italian to produce an Atlas of his native country. A major project, the production (begun in 1594) proved expensive and Magini assumed various additional posts in order to fund it, including becoming tutor in mathematics to the sons of Vincenzo Gonzaga, Duke of Mantua, a major patron of the arts and sciences. Magini dedicated the atlas to The Duke of Mantua, who had assisted him with this project helping him obtain cartographical material from the various sovereigns ruling the different Italian states at that time. The governments of Messina and Genoa also assisted Magini financially in this project. Magini did not do any of the mapping himself. The maps derive from different sources, both known and unknown, and therefore represent th … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-10-25 17:01:28
Magini, Giovanni Antonio (1555-1617)
Europe: Bologna. Sebastiano Bonomi for the author. 1632. Copper engraved map of the territory of Treviso from Magini's "Italia, data in luce da Fabio suo figliuolo. "Original old outline colour; verso blank with old ink map number to upper corner. The somewhat naîve colour indicates the borders of the areas: Treviso surrounded by faded yellow; off the coast surrounded by blue is Venice with Friuli to the North east with green borders & Padua to the southwest in orange. 3 decorative cartouches for the title scale and dedication. Good impression; original old colour; dampstain and spotting to blank margins left & right. Born in Padua 1555, Magini studied astronomy from an early age. He was appointed Lecturer in Astronomy at the University by the Senate of Bolgna in 1588; [ he received the chair in preference to Gallileo]. As a cartographer, Magini's life's work was the preparation of "Italia "or the "Atlante geografico d'Italia ".This was intended to include maps of every Italian region with exact nomenclature and historical note and it was eventually printed posthumously by his son Fabio in 1620. He was the first Italian to produce an Atlas of his native country. A major project, the production (begun in 1594) proved expensive and Magini assumed various additional posts in order to fund it, including becoming tutor in mathematics to the sons of Vincenzo Gonzaga, Duke of Mantua, a major patron of the arts and sciences. Magini dedicated the atlas to The Duke of Mantua, who had assisted him with this project helping him obtain cartographical material from the v … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-10-25 17:01:28
Magini, Giovanni Antonio (1555-1617)
Europe: Bologna. Sebastiano Bonomi for the author. 1632. Copper engraved map of the territory of Vicenza from Magini's "Italia, data in luce da Fabio suo figliuolo. "Original old outline colour; verso blank with old ink map number to upper corner. The somewhat naîve colour indicates the borders of the areas. Large decorative cartouche with title & dedication. Good impression; original old colour; toning to blank margins. Born in Padua 1555, Magini studied astronomy from an early age. He was appointed Lecturer in Astronomy at the University by the Senate of Bolgna in 1588; [ he received the chair in preference to Gallileo]. As a cartographer, Magini's life's work was the preparation of "Italia "or the "Atlante geografico d'Italia ".This was intended to include maps of every Italian region with exact nomenclature and historical note and it was eventually printed posthumously by his son Fabio in 1620. He was the first Italian to produce an Atlas of his native country. A major project, the production (begun in 1594) proved expensive and Magini assumed various additional posts in order to fund it, including becoming tutor in mathematics to the sons of Vincenzo Gonzaga, Duke of Mantua, a major patron of the arts and sciences. Magini dedicated the atlas to The Duke of Mantua, who had assisted him with this project helping him obtain cartographical material from the various sovereigns ruling the different Italian states at that time. The governments of Messina and Genoa also assisted Magini financially in this project. Magini did not do any of the mapping himself. … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Magini, Giovanni Antonio (1555-1617)
Europe: Bologna. Sebastiano Bonomi for the author. 1632. Copper engraved map of the territory of Latium or the Campagna of Rome from Magini's "Italia, data in luce da Fabio suo figliuolo. "Original old outline colour; verso blank with old ink map number to upper corner. The somewhat naîve colour indicates the borders of the areas. Decorative cartouche and galleo to Tyrrhenian sea. Good impression; original old colour; fingermarks to blank margins. Born in Padua 1555, Magini studied astronomy from an early age. He was appointed Lecturer in Astronomy at the University by the Senate of Bolgna in 1588; [ he received the chair in preference to Gallileo]. As a cartographer, Magini's life's work was the preparation of "Italia "or the "Atlante geografico d'Italia ".This was intended to include maps of every Italian region with exact nomenclature and historical note and it was eventually printed posthumously by his son Fabio in 1620. He was the first Italian to produce an Atlas of his native country. A major project, the production (begun in 1594) proved expensive and Magini assumed various additional posts in order to fund it, including becoming tutor in mathematics to the sons of Vincenzo Gonzaga, Duke of Mantua, a major patron of the arts and sciences. Magini dedicated the atlas to The Duke of Mantua, who had assisted him with this project helping him obtain cartographical material from the various sovereigns ruling the different Italian states at that time. The governments of Messina and Genoa also assisted Magini financially in this project. Magini did not do a … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-10-25 17:01:28
Magini, Giovanni Antonio (1555-1617)
Europe: Bologna. Sebastiano Bonomi for the author. 1632. Copper engraved map of the Friuli from Magini's "Italia, data in luce da Fabio suo figliuolo. "Original old outline colour; verso blank with old ink map number to upper corner. The somewhat naîve colour indicates the borders of the areas. The map also shows part of Carniola with Trieste & the coastal towns of Istria. Fair impression; original old colour; printers crease top to bottom in right half 25mm from centrefold; spotting to blank margins. Born in Padua 1555, Magini studied astronomy from an early age. He was appointed Lecturer in Astronomy at the University by the Senate of Bolgna in 1588; [ he received the chair in preference to Gallileo]. As a cartographer, Magini's life's work was the preparation of "Italia "or the "Atlante geografico d'Italia ".This was intended to include maps of every Italian region with exact nomenclature and historical note and it was eventually printed posthumously by his son Fabio in 1620. He was the first Italian to produce an Atlas of his native country. A major project, the production (begun in 1594) proved expensive and Magini assumed various additional posts in order to fund it, including becoming tutor in mathematics to the sons of Vincenzo Gonzaga, Duke of Mantua, a major patron of the arts and sciences. Magini dedicated the atlas to The Duke of Mantua, who had assisted him with this project helping him obtain cartographical material from the various sovereigns ruling the different Italian states at that time. The governments of Messina and Genoa also assisted … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Magini, Giovanni Antonio (1555-1617)
Europe: Bologna. Sebastiano Bonomi for the author. 1632. Copper engraved map of the Papal States, Rome from Magini's "Italia, data in luce da Fabio suo figliuolo. "Original old outline colour; verso blank with old ink map number to upper corner. The somewhat naîve colour indicates the borders of the areas. Decorative title cartouche surmounted by St Peter; ships to the Tyrrhenian sea; vignette of Romulus & Remus suckling. Good dark impression; original old colour; fingermarks to blank margins; lower centrefold split, repaired. Born in Padua 1555, Magini studied astronomy from an early age. He was appointed Lecturer in Astronomy at the University by the Senate of Bolgna in 1588; [ he received the chair in preference to Gallileo]. As a cartographer, Magini's life's work was the preparation of "Italia "or the "Atlante geografico d'Italia ".This was intended to include maps of every Italian region with exact nomenclature and historical note and it was eventually printed posthumously by his son Fabio in 1620. He was the first Italian to produce an Atlas of his native country. A major project, the production (begun in 1594) proved expensive and Magini assumed various additional posts in order to fund it, including becoming tutor in mathematics to the sons of Vincenzo Gonzaga, Duke of Mantua, a major patron of the arts and sciences. Magini dedicated the atlas to The Duke of Mantua, who had assisted him with this project helping him obtain cartographical material from the various sovereigns ruling the different Italian states at that time. The governments of Messin … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Magini, Giovanni Antonio (1555-1617)
Europe: Bologna. Sebastiano Bonomi for the author. 1632. Copper engraved map of the territory of Rimini from Magini's "Italia, data in luce da Fabio suo figliuolo. "Original old outline colour; verso blank with old ink map number to upper corner. The somewhat naîve colour indicates the borders of the areas; the map shows the area from Ravenna along the Adriatic coast to Pesaro; large cartouche in the sea, adorned with mermaids & mermen. The title refers to the Via Flaminia the Roman road from Rimini to Rome. Good impression; original old colour; fingermarks to right blank margin; dampstain to upper margin. Born in Padua 1555, Magini studied astronomy from an early age. He was appointed Lecturer in Astronomy at the University by the Senate of Bolgna in 1588; [ he received the chair in preference to Gallileo]. As a cartographer, Magini's life's work was the preparation of "Italia "or the "Atlante geografico d'Italia ".This was intended to include maps of every Italian region with exact nomenclature and historical note and it was eventually printed posthumously by his son Fabio in 1620. He was the first Italian to produce an Atlas of his native country. A major project, the production (begun in 1594) proved expensive and Magini assumed various additional posts in order to fund it, including becoming tutor in mathematics to the sons of Vincenzo Gonzaga, Duke of Mantua, a major patron of the arts and sciences. Magini dedicated the atlas to The Duke of Mantua, who had assisted him with this project helping him obtain cartographical material from the various sover … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Magini, Giovanni Antonio (1555-1617)
Europe: Bologna. Sebastiano Bonomi for the author. 1632. Copper engraved map of the territory of Verona from Magini's "Italia, data in luce da Fabio suo figliuolo. "Original old outline colour; verso blank with old ink map number to upper corner. The somewhat naîve colour indicates the borders of the areas; the map shows Province of Verona with Lake Garda to the West in the upper part of the map. 2 decorative cartouches. Good impression; original old colour; fingermarks to blank margins. Born in Padua 1555, Magini studied astronomy from an early age. He was appointed Lecturer in Astronomy at the University by the Senate of Bolgna in 1588; [ he received the chair in preference to Gallileo]. As a cartographer, Magini's life's work was the preparation of "Italia "or the "Atlante geografico d'Italia ".This was intended to include maps of every Italian region with exact nomenclature and historical note and it was eventually printed posthumously by his son Fabio in 1620. He was the first Italian to produce an Atlas of his native country. A major project, the production (begun in 1594) proved expensive and Magini assumed various additional posts in order to fund it, including becoming tutor in mathematics to the sons of Vincenzo Gonzaga, Duke of Mantua, a major patron of the arts and sciences. Magini dedicated the atlas to The Duke of Mantua, who had assisted him with this project helping him obtain cartographical material from the various sovereigns ruling the different Italian states at that time. The governments of Messina and Genoa also assisted Magini financi … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Magini, Giovanni Antonio (1555-1617)
Europe: Bologna. Sebastiano Bonomi for the author. 1632. Copper engraved map of the coast of Liguria, from Genova to Spezia ,from Magini's "Italia, data in luce da Fabio suo figliuolo. "Original old outline colour; verso blank with old ink map number to upper corner. The somewhat naîve colour indicates the borders of the areas: Genova to the Apenines [ faded yellow]; green to show the "Stato del Prencipe Landi"; red for "Carrara" ;but not clear why some of the rivers are orange . Good impression; original old colour. Born in Padua 1555, Magini studied astronomy from an early age. He was appointed Lecturer in Astronomy at the University by the Senate of Bolgna in 1588; [ he received the chair in preference to Gallileo]. As a cartographer, Magini's life's work was the preparation of "Italia "or the "Atlante geografico d'Italia ".This was intended to include maps of every Italian region with exact nomenclature and historical note and it was eventually printed posthumously by his son Fabio in 1620. He was the first Italian to produce an Atlas of his native country. A major project, the production (begun in 1594) proved expensive and Magini assumed various additional posts in order to fund it, including becoming tutor in mathematics to the sons of Vincenzo Gonzaga, Duke of Mantua, a major patron of the arts and sciences. Magini dedicated the atlas to The Duke of Mantua, who had assisted him with this project helping him obtain cartographical material from the various sovereigns ruling the different Italian states at that time. The governments of Messina and Genoa also … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-10-22 12:30:01
Magini, Giovanni Antonio (1555-1617)
Europe: Bologna. Sebastiano Bonomi for the author. 1632. Copper engraved map of the territory of Urbino from Magini's "Italia, data in luce da Fabio suo figliuolo. "Original old outline colour; verso blank with old ink map number to upper corner. The somewhat naîve colour indicates the borders of the areas: red for Urbino; green for the Contado of la Citta di Castello in Perugia; large decorative compass rose. Good impression; original old colour; fingermarks to right blank margin; lower centrefold split to blank margin. Born in Padua 1555, Magini studied astronomy from an early age. He was appointed Lecturer in Astronomy at the University by the Senate of Bolgna in 1588; [ he received the chair in preference to Gallileo]. As a cartographer, Magini's life's work was the preparation of "Italia "or the "Atlante geografico d'Italia ".This was intended to include maps of every Italian region with exact nomenclature and historical note and it was eventually printed posthumously by his son Fabio in 1620. He was the first Italian to produce an Atlas of his native country. A major project, the production (begun in 1594) proved expensive and Magini assumed various additional posts in order to fund it, including becoming tutor in mathematics to the sons of Vincenzo Gonzaga, Duke of Mantua, a major patron of the arts and sciences. Magini dedicated the atlas to The Duke of Mantua, who had assisted him with this project helping him obtain cartographical material from the various sovereigns ruling the different Italian states at that time. The governments of Messina and … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-08-22 23:39:11
(LE ROY, JEAN & GILLOT, JACQUES & CHRESTIEN, FLORENT & RAPIN, NICOLAS & PITHOU, PIERRE & PASSERAT, JEAN)
(Paris, 1632?). 8:o. 565,(1,2 blanka) s. & 2 utvikbara träsnittsplr. Med tre träsnittsillustrationer i texten. Samtida ngt nött pergamentbd med handskriven ryggtitel. Pärmarna ngt bågnade. Någon enstaka småfläck. Från Biby. Trycktes första gången 1594, en rad upplagor på flera språk utkom av denna skrift riktad mot katolska ligan och den spanska inblandningen i de franska hugenottkrigen.
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2013-08-18 18:21:45
PIAMONTE. (Monte Real)
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2013-08-13 13:57:30
DÜRER, Albrecht
Nürnberg: Hieronymus Formschneyder, 1632 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. De Symmetria partium in rectis formis humanorum corporum, Libri in Latinum conversi (per J. Camerarium). Nürnberg: in aedib. viduae Durerianae, 1532. Folio (313x206 mm). 80 unnumbered leaves (last blank), Dürer's woodcut monogram on title - [Bound with]: De varietate figurarum et flexuris partium ac gestib(us) imaginum, libri duo, qui priorib(us) de symmetria quondam editis, nunc primum in Latinum conversi (per eodem) accesserunt. Nürnberg: Hieronymus Formschneyder (i.e. Andreä) for Dürer's Widow, 1534. 55 (of 60, including 1 blank) unnumbered leaves. Both works with 145 full-length outline woodcut illustrations (4 folding) of human figures and human figures in motion, many diagrams of heads and other illustrations. Some spotting and mainly marginal browning, some dust-staining in places, few restorations, leaves E3-4 and M3-4 of first work supplied and somewhat smaller in size, leaves A3-4 and K2 trimmed in upper and lower margins (w/o loss). The second work is lacking leaves d3-4, e6 and f6 (both form the second part of a folding leaf and here supplied in facsimile) and the last blank. Recent vellum (stained, new endpapers) with Dürers monogram in manuscript to spine. ---- Adams D-1044 and D-1049; Fairfax Murray German Books 152 and 153; Bohatta 20 & 21 . - Two works in one volume in first Latin edition. "De Symmetria" comprises books I/II, "De varietate" books III/IV of the "Vier Bücher der menschlichen Proportion", the woodcuts are derived from the Germa … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-08-08 17:38:07
John Speed
Popes-head Pallace, at the signe of the White Horse: George Humble, 1632 A good copy of the 3rd edition, 'revised, enlarged, and newly corrected, with sundry descents of the Saxons Kings, Their Marriages and Armes.' In full leather binding which has been rebacked fairly recently retaining the original boards and adding a new spine and endpapers. The spine has a black gilt tooled title label, raised bands outlined in gilt and blind tooling. The boards appear contemporary, and, although rubbed and scuffed have elaborate blind tooling and the remains of a gilt border. Lacking the frontispiece portrait but otherwise complete. This work continued Speed's 'Theatre of Great Britaine' - and the contents listing refers to the first 4 books which were part of the Theatre, although this work (books 5 - 10) is complete in itself. With numerous woodcut illustrations and tables and head and tailpiece decorations. There is some light staining - mainly affecting the lower margins at the front of the book, and the bottom outer corner towards the end of the book. There is a small repaired tear on p 845 which has left a tiny hole, and an internal tear to one of the contents pages. There is occasional marking and browning but overall this copy is in good to very good condition with good paper quality.
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2013-08-06 14:07:24
VEDEL, ANDERS SØRENSEN (Udg.):
Om allehaande merckelige Krigs Bedrifft/ oc anden seldsom Eventyr som sig her udi Riget ved Gamle Kemper/ Nafnkundige Konger/ oc ellers fornemme Personer begiffuet haffuer/ aff arilds tid indtil denne Nærværendis Dag. Prentet i Kiøbenhaffn/ Hos salige Henrich Waldkirchs-Arffvinger/ 1632. 272 blade. Indbundet i nyt helskind i gammel stil med papirlabel og bindforhøjninger på ryggen; medindbundet samtidige notater på inderside af forperm. Blade A1-A8, P4-P5, T3 samt T6 indsat i faksimile; enkelte blade nydeligt repareret ligesom nogle blade med manglende hjørner og yderkant er erstattet med nyt papir; enkelte blade svagt skjoldet i margin.. Visebogen blev første gang udgivet 1591 af Ander Søffrensøn Wedel. Dette er tredie udgave, der som de 2 tidligere udgaver, er yderst sjældent forkommende på markedet.Bibl. Danica IV, 192
Bookseller: Peter Grosell's Antikvariat
2013-08-04 17:37:30
Shakespeare William
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2013-08-04 17:37:30
Shakespeare William
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2013-08-04 17:37:30
Shakespeare William
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2013-08-04 17:37:30
Shakespeare William
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2013-08-04 17:37:30
Shakespeare William
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2013-08-04 17:37:30
Shakespeare William
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2013-08-04 17:37:30
Shakespeare William
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2013-08-04 17:37:30
Shakespeare William
London: Printed by Tho. Cotes, for Robert Allot, and are to be sold at his shop at the signe of the Blacke Beare in Pauls Church-yard, 1632. Second Folio edition of what is generally considered to be the most important work of literature in the English language. Engraved portrait by Martin Droeshout on title page, woodcut ornaments and initials. Folio (335x220 mm), very fine full crimson morocco by Lloyd, the covers beautifully decorated with three gilt fillet lines at the border surrounded by a key rolled border gilt, and with central gilt heraldic device, the spine in compartments fully tooled and elaborately and very handsomely decorated in gilt with superb tooling at the borders of the compartments and with central gilt devices exquisitely decorated in gilt, separated by raised bands gilt stopped and tooled, two compartments lettered in gilt. The turnovers and edges are fully gilt with fillet lines at the edges and elaborate gilt rolled decorative borders at the turnovers. Edges of the leaves with wide borders and virtually untrimmed, gilt An especially handsome, large and very attractive copy in a wonderful state of preservation. Fresh, clean and crisp throughout. The "To the Reader" leaf and title-page are expertly accomplished antique facsimiles on old paper and the final Cymbeline leaf as these, all done many years ago in completely unobtrusive and very skilled workmanship. A RARE AND ESPECIALLY BEAUTIFUL COPY OF THE SECOND FOLIO. And a most desirable copy. A Shakespeare folio is one of the most significant books for a collector of literature, … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-08-04 17:37:30
Shakespeare William
London: Printed by Tho. Cotes, for Robert Allot, and are to be sold at his shop at the signe of the Blacke Beare in Pauls Church-yard, 1632. Second Folio edition of what is generally considered to be the most important work of literature in the English language. Engraved portrait by Martin Droeshout on title page, woodcut ornaments and initials. Folio (335x220 mm), very fine full crimson morocco by Lloyd, the covers beautifully decorated with three gilt fillet lines at the border surrounded by a key rolled border gilt, and with central gilt heraldic device, the spine in compartments fully tooled and elaborately and very handsomely decorated in gilt with superb tooling at the borders of the compartments and with central gilt devices exquisitely decorated in gilt, separated by raised bands gilt stopped and tooled, two compartments lettered in gilt. The turnovers and edges are fully gilt with fillet lines at the edges and elaborate gilt rolled decorative borders at the turnovers. Edges of the leaves with wide borders and virtually untrimmed, gilt An especially handsome, large and very attractive copy in a wonderful state of preservation. Fresh, clean and crisp throughout. The "To the Reader" leaf and title-page are expertly accomplished antique facsimiles on old paper and the final Cymbeline leaf as these, all done many years ago in completely unobtrusive and very skilled workmanship. A RARE AND ESPECIALLY BEAUTIFUL COPY OF THE SECOND FOLIO. And a most desirable copy. A Shakespeare folio is one of the most significant books for a collector of literature, … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-08-04 17:37:30
Shakespeare William
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2013-08-04 17:37:30
Shakespeare William
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2013-08-04 17:37:30
Shakespeare William
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Shakespeare William
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2013-08-04 17:37:30
Shakespeare William
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2013-08-04 17:37:30
Shakespeare William
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Shakespeare William
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Shakespeare William
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Shakespeare William
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2013-08-04 17:37:30
Shakespeare William
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