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2013-08-04 17:37:30
Shakespeare William
Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc. ABAA [Newburyport, MA, U.S.A.]
2013-08-04 17:37:30
Shakespeare William
Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc. ABAA [Newburyport, MA, U.S.A.]
2013-08-04 17:37:30
Shakespeare William
Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc. ABAA [Newburyport, MA, U.S.A.]
2013-08-04 17:37:30
Shakespeare William
Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc. ABAA [Newburyport, MA, U.S.A.]
2013-08-04 17:37:30
Shakespeare William
Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc. ABAA [Newburyport, MA, U.S.A.]
2013-08-04 17:37:30
Shakespeare William
Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc. ABAA [Newburyport, MA, U.S.A.]
2013-08-04 17:37:30
Shakespeare William
Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc. [Newburyport, MA, U.S.A.]
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2013-08-04 17:37:30
Shakespeare William
Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc. ABAA [Newburyport, MA, U.S.A.]
2013-08-04 17:37:30
Shakespeare William
Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc. ABAA [Newburyport, MA, U.S.A.]
2013-08-04 17:37:30
Shakespeare William
Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc. ABAA [Newburyport, MA, U.S.A.]
2013-08-04 17:37:30
Shakespeare William
Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc. ABAA [Newburyport, MA, U.S.A.]
2013-08-04 17:37:30
Shakespeare William
Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc. ABAA [Newburyport, MA, U.S.A.]
2013-08-03 04:54:03
Guillim, John
Printed by Richard Badger for Ralph Mab. 1632. later edition. Hardback. Very Good/No Jacket. Second Edition 1632. Full calf sympathetically and professionally re-backed in matching chestnut calf, raised bands. Cont. owner's name on pastedown, later name on title, small old repair to foot of title, not impacting letterpress, some slight offsetting as usual, else a really good clean and bright copy of the scarce second edition. Folio. blank; title; [10] prelims; pp428; [4 errata] blank
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2013-07-26 21:40:33
JUAN DE SANTA MARÍA, fray.
London: printed by Thomas Harper, for Richard Collins, and are to be sold at his shop, 1632. Quarto (212 × 168 mm). Contemporary limp vellum, yapp edges, tawed skin ties (all but one broken), both covers with gilt initials "Sr T B" as supralibros. A little dampstaining to final quire and rear cover, else a very good, fresh copy with ample margins. Complete with first and last blank leaves; in this issue, the title is a cancel. First edition in English; rare. The translation is actually by the Hispanophile James Mabbe, though Edward Blount, as was his habit, signs the dedication as if he were its translator. (A variant issue of the same year has Blount's name instead of Richard Collins's in the imprint: the two booksellers were close neighbours in St Paul's Churchyard.) Edward Blount [Blunt] (bap. 1562, d. in or before 1632) is best known to posterity as the chief publisher of the first Shakespeare folio (with commendatory verses by his friends Mabbe and Leonard Digges). In other respects too, he was the most important English publisher of the early seventeenth century. He was a remarkably secular bookseller – he rarely published sermons, for example, popular and profitable though they were – and his list shows a decidedly international bent, with European histories and European travel books; dictionaries of Italian, Spanish, and Latin; and works translated out of French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Greek, Latin, and neo-Latin. He also developed relationships with English ambassadors abroad, like Sir Dudley Carleton, ambassador to Venice and The Hague, and involved himself in t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2013-07-22 13:46:03
Johann Buxtorf
Ludovici and Johannis Konig, Basel, 1632. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Good Condition. 2 volumes in one bound in early paneled calf, heavily worn and scarred; institutional marks to endpapers, edges, and 1st title. The first title published 1665 - Tiberias in Latin, Concordantiae in Hebrew and running in opposite directions towards each other. Scattered browning and foxing, each with a title in an elaborate architectural border. 108pp, the Concordantiae unpaginated but apparently complete. The first title is the second edition, enlarged by Johann Buxtorf the Younger. Cowley 131 (for the Concordantiae). Size: Folio. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Over 3 kilos. Category: Religion & Theology; Language & Linguistics. Inventory No: 042753. . This book is extra heavy, and may involve extra shipping charges to some countries.
Bookseller: Pazzo Books
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2013-07-22 10:13:57
Ioannis Leonis [Leo Africanus]
Lugd. Batav.: Elzevir [Elsevier,] 1632. . First thus. . Overall a very good copy, with some darkening to the spine and scratching to the vellum. Spine bears the notation W 371 and inside the front cover is a stamp with Willems 371. Both the content of this book and the 17th c publication by this important house, provide a tangible link to centuries of history. . The 1st Elzevir edition, in Latin translation, of a work originally issued in Italian in 1550. The author, a Moslem who was born in Granada but taken back to North Africa by his family in his early childhood, travelled extensively in Africa. Captured into slavery as a young man, his intelligence and education were recognized by his captors, and he was sent to Rome, where he was freed and converted to Christianity under the patronage of the Medici Pope, Leo X. This book, written in the early 16th Century, is considered to be the first work by a native African on the history and geography of Africa. He describes the trade routes, the peoples, towns and cities, and includes an account of the city of Timbuktu in which he describes the inhabitants as amazingly rich and ruled by a King who possessed a gold ingot which weighed over five hundred kilograms. Although the coast of Africa was known to Europeans to some extent, this was the first account of the interior of Africa, and it inspired Western explorers for hundreds of years. Blockson (101 #1) commented on this book as follows: "Any edition of Africanus works is rare and is the cornerstone of any collection of African history." The Elzevir family were among the great … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: bookfever.com
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2013-07-19 20:35:42
DIAZ DEL CASTILLO, Bernal
Imprenta del Reyno, Madrid 1632 - Frontis grabado al cobre por Courbes con los retratos de Cortés y del Padre Bartolomé de Olmedo, 10 h., 256 fols. Encuadernación en pergamino de época. Primera edición, segunda tirada -de mayor rareza que la primera por contener una portada alegórica grabada al cobre que la primera no tiene- del más importante testimonio que existe sobre la conquista de Mexico. De extraordinario valor histórico, por la veracidad y la fuerza de los relatos del conquistador español. "First edition, of much rarity" - Sabin. "Obra clásica por excelencia y una de las mejores sobre la conquista de Mexico" - Palau. "Edition originale de cette très rare chronique". - Leclerc. Buen ejemplar, limpio y grandes márgenes. Sabin 19978; Palau 72354; Leclerc 1115; Medina BHA 898.
Bookseller: Delirium Books · Susana Bardón
2013-07-16 16:20:44
CHAMPLAIN, Samuel de (1567-1635)
Paris: chez Claude Collet, 1632. Quarto. (8 1/2 x 6 1/8 inches). Large folding engraved map on two sheets joined, 6 copper engraved illustrations (2 full-page), 2 woodcut illustrations. (Minor worming in the margins, the map matted and accompanying the text). Contemporary speckled calf, spine with raised bands in six compartments, lettered in gilt in the second compartment, the others with a repeat overall decoration in gilt. A fine copy of the most important edition of Champlain, complete with its legendary map. Among the rarest and most significant cartographically illustrated works of travel and exploration to North America. Champlain's work stands alone as a full, accurate, detailed account of New France in the first three decades of the seventeenth century. He was the first to systematically explore a large part of the coastline of New England reaching as far south as just below Cape Cod, and probably sighting Martha's Vineyard; he can also be said to have initiated the exploration of the Great Lakes. In short, his work offers an historical and ethnological source without compare. This excellence extends to the illustrations: the six engravings which appear in this edition, identical to those which illustrated the 1619 Champlain, are some of the most accurate illustrations of Indians to appear before the nineteenth century. According to Church, "Of all the editions of Champlain, this is the only complete one." The first part contains abridged accounts of the first six voyages of Champlain, through 1613 (those covered in the volume published that year) and a ful … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books
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2013-07-12 22:10:35
BRANDÃO, Fr. António.
Que contem a Historia de Portugal desdo Conde Dom Henrique, até todo o reinado delRey Dom Afonso Henriques Dedicada ao Catholico Rey Dom Felipe terceiro de Portugal, & quarto de Castella nosso Senhor. Por o Doutor Fr. Antonio Brandão Abbade de N. S. do Desterro de Lisboa da Ordem de S. Bernardo, & Coronista mòr de Portugal. Impressa em Lisboa em o Mosteiro de S. Bernardo, por Pedro Craesbeck. Impressor delRey. Anno 1632. In fólio de 28x19 cm. Com vi-300-xx fólios. Encadernação do século xix com lombada e cantos em pele. Frontispício espelhado, adornado com cercadura tipográfica e o escudo de armas de Filipe III ao centro. Primeira edição. Inocêncio I, 98. "FR. ANTONIO BRANDÃO, Monge Cisterciense da Congregação de S. Bernardo em Portugal, cuja regra professou a 27 de Outubro de 1599. Foi Doutor em Theologia pela Univ. de Coimbra, Abbade do mosteiro do Desterro em Lisboa, e exerceu na sua Ordem outros cargos, inclusivè o de Geral para que foi eleito a 1 de Maio de 1636. - Chronista mór do Reino, por carta regia de Filippe III de Portugal de 19 de Maio de 1630. - N. em Alcobaça a 25 de Abril de 1584, e m. no mosteiro da mesma villa a 27 de Novembro de 1637. V. para a sua biographia além das noticias dadas por Barbosa no tomo I, a Memoria ácerca da sua vida e escriptos por Fr. Fortunato de S. Boaventura, inserta no tomo VIII parte II das da Acad. R. das Sciencias. - E. 472) (C) Terceira parte da Monarchia Lusitana, que contém a Historia de Portugal desd’o Conde D. Henrique até todo o reinado d’Elrei D. Afonso Henriques. Lisboa, no mosteiro de S. Bernardo, por Pedro Craesbeeck 1 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Livraria Castro e Silva [Lisboa, Portugal]
2013-06-12 11:47:18
AFRICANUS, JOHANNES LEO.
Descriptio IX lib. absoluta. Leiden, Elzevir, 1632. 16:o. Grav. titelblad,3-800,(16) s. Samtida ngt nött och lätt solkigt pergamentbd med guldlinjer på rygg och pärmar samt spår av handskriven ryggtitel och numrering. Helt guldsnitt. Med Thure Bielkes namnteckning på titelbladet och förgyllda pärmexlibris på båda pärmarna, på den främre nästan bortnött. Spår av oläsbara stplr på främre pärmens insida.. Willems Les Elzevier 371. Översatt av J. Florius. Johannes Leo Africanus (ca 1494-1554), som var det kristna namnet på al-Hasan ibn Muhammad al-Wazzan al-Fasi, föddes i Granada men växte upp och studerade i Fez. Som sultanens i Fez diplomat gjorde han vidsträckta resor innan han tillfångatogs av kristna korsarer och fördes till Rom. Han frigavs på påven Leo X:s initiativ och lät omvända sig. Hans nordafrikanska geografi ska ha slutförts omkring 1526 men trycktes första gången 1550 under titeln "Della descrittione dell'Africa et delle cose notabili che iui sono". Arbetet, som delvis bygger på författarens egna resor i området, blev mycket populärt och utkom i många upplagor och översattes till flera språk. Thure Bielke (1606-48) var överste vid Nylands och Tavastehus läns regemente till häst, riksråd och slutligen häradshövding över Wehmo härad i Finland. Han hade under 1628-29 besökt Venedig och andra italienska städer och köpt ett stort antal italienska böcker. Han fortsatte att på sitt gods Salsta bygga upp ett stort bibliotek som utökades av sonen Nils Bielke. Fyra band ur Thure Bielkes bibliotek ingick enligt Carlander i Eichhorns bibliotek, två av dessa med samma typ av … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Mats Rehnström
2013-06-11 21:33:05
Famiano STRADA (Roma, 1572 ? Roma, 1649)
Mappa dei Paesi Bassi nelle forma di Leone, primo fronetspizio del famoso testo sulla guerra nelle Fiandre del Gesuita Famiano Strada, pubblicato a Roma nel 1632/47. Incisione in raame, finemente colorata a mano, restauri perfettamente eseguiti, nel complesso in buono stato di conservazione. A map of the Low Countries in the form of a Belgic lion, incorporated into the title page of this work about the Dutch wars of independence against Habsburg Spain between 1555 and 1590 which is replete with engraved battle scenes. In 1579 the northern provinces had established their independence as the United Provinces of the Netherlands, leaving the south under Catholic control as the Spanish Netherlands, but at the time this book was printed war with Spain was continuing, and it was only in 1648, at the end of the Thirty Years War, that Spain recognised Dutch independence. The lion features heavily in the coats of arms of both the Netherlands and Belgium. Taken form the "De Bello Belgico Decas Prima" by Famiano Strada. Copperplate with fine hand colouring, expert repairs perfectly executed, generally in good conditions. Roma Rome 220 310
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2013-06-11 21:33:05
Famiano STRADA (Roma, 1572 ? Roma, 1649)
Mappa dei Paesi Bassi nelle forma di Leone, secondo frontespizio del famoso testo sulla guerra nelle Fiandre del Gesuita Famiano Strada, pubblicato a Roma nel 1632/47. Incisione in raame, finemente colorata a mano, restauri perfettamente eseguiti, nel complesso in buono stato di conservazione. A map of the Low Countries in the form of a Belgic lion, incorporated into the title page of this work about the Dutch wars of independence against Habsburg Spain between 1555 and 1590 which is replete with engraved battle scenes. In 1579 the northern provinces had established their independence as the United Provinces of the Netherlands, leaving the south under Catholic control as the Spanish Netherlands, but at the time this book was printed war with Spain was continuing, and it was only in 1648, at the end of the Thirty Years War, that Spain recognised Dutch independence. The lion features heavily in the coats of arms of both the Netherlands and Belgium. Taken form the "De Bello Belgico Decas Prima" by Famiano Strada. Copperplate with fine hand colouring, expert repairs perfectly executed, generally in good conditions. Roma Rome 220 310
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2013-06-11 18:19:47
J. TIRINUS
Grande e decorativa carta geografica della Terra Santa, per la prima volta edita ad Anversa nel 1632, qui in una successiva ristampa di Amsterdam. La carta presenta al centro la pianta di Gerusalemme basata sul celebre modello di Villalpando, pubblicato nel 'Hierosolymae Veteris Imago'. Incisione in rame, finemente clorata a mano, due fogli uniti, margini nuovi, nel complesso in buono stato di conservazione. Molto decorativa. Large attractive plan of the Holy Land in east orientation. First published in Antwerp 1632. Centered a city plan of Jerusalem after Villalpando 'Hierosolymae Veteris Imago'. Surrounded with 18 illustrationes showing the temple and its instruments. Two prints joint, fine colouring, new margins, otherways in good conditions. Amsterdam Amsterdam 800 310
Bookseller: Supergulp di Rem Srl
2013-06-10 14:46:58
Jeremiah Drexel (Hieremias Drexelius)
Cornelius ab Egmondt (ma prob. Joan Blaeu) 1632, 1633 Per la prob. attribuzione dell'ed. al Blaeu, vd. la scheda dell'OPAC sbn. che cita E. Rahir, Catalogue d'une collection unique de volumes imprimes par les Elzevier (Paris, 1896), p. 484; la seconda opera è la versione francese del: "Horologium auxiliaris, tutelaris angeli", preceduta dal front. dell'ed. latina del 1631. Vol. in 16o (11,5 x 6 cm) di pp. (6), 451, (3); (14), 166; bellissima leg. coeva in p. marocch. marrone con titt. e fregi in oro al d., pure dorate le cornici ai piatti ed i tagli; front. calc. per entrambe le opere, 12 bellissime ill.ni calc. a p. pag. nella prima e una nella seconda - attribuite a Raphael Sadeler, ma non sottoscritte -; per un errore tip. il 4o "Symbolum" ed il 5o sono scambiati tra loro; finalini, in alcuni casi costituiti dallo stemma dei gesuiti. Cerniera post. debole ma leg. ancora sufficientemente solida, con qualche difetto, alcune mancanza alle cuffie e tracce di tarlo, che arrivano a interessare al più le sguardie; cc. complessivamente molto buone, solo in pochi casi unif. brunite, rare fioriture e occasionali aloni di umidità. Due suggestivi volumi di emblemi, completi e assai ben conservati, uniti da leg. di bellezza veramente non comune.
Bookseller: Libreria Quae Exstant
2013-06-08 09:29:34
DÍAZ DEL CASTILLO, Bernal (1496 - 1584).
(Madrid, en la Imprenta del Reyno, 1632). Folio; 254 ff., 5 hs. Ejemplar falto de portada, de las 6 hojas de preliminares, de los folios 26, 31, 79 y 110, además de una hoja de Tabla. Restauraciones marginales en algunos folios y traza de polilla en una hoja de Tabla, afectando al texto. Encuadernación en pergamino de la época.
Bookseller: Hesperia Libros
2013-06-07 16:52:59
MERCATOR, Gerardus.
Amsterdam. [1632-1657]. Incisione su rame di dimensioni 33,5x41 cm. Carta raffigurante il Tirolo e i territori confinanti. Presente in diversi atlanti editi ad Amsterdam nel XVII secolo, differisce dal modello iniziale del 1589 soltanto per il titolo e ne conserva dunque l?innovativa impostazione basata sulla cosiddetta proiezione mercatoriana. Scheda bibliografica tratta da ?Il territorio trentino-tirolese nell?antica cartografia? di Gino Tomasi, scheda n. 22.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Adige
2013-06-06 08:48:35
Guiducci Ignatio. (Abate di S. Chrestina).
In Fiorenza, nella Stamperia di Gio. Batista Landini, 1632, in-4, pergamena e cartone, titolo calligrafato sul dorso, pp. nn. 16, pp. 214. Bellissima antiporta allegorica, con in basso lo stemma del Marchese Ruberto Capponi, incisa in rame da Domenico Falcini, fregi e iniziali incisi in legno. Alcune segnature ma, in complesso, buon esemplare. Prima edizione. (Moreni I°, pag. 477. Piantanida, n. 4612).
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Gozzini
2013-05-08 07:25:26
Ioannis Leonis [Leo Africanus]
Lugd. Batav.: Elzevir [Elsevier,] 1632. . First thus. . Overall a very good copy, with some darkening to the spine and scratching to the vellum. Spine bears the notation W 371 and inside the front cover is a stamp with Willems 371. Both the content of this book and the 17th c publication by this important house, provide a tangible link to centuries of history. . The 1st Elzevir edition, in Latin translation, of a work originally issued in Italian in 1550. The author, a Moslem who was born in Granada but taken back to North Africa by his family in his early childhood, travelled extensively in Africa. Captured into slavery as a young man, his intelligence and education were recognized by his captors, and he was sent to Rome, where he was freed and converted to Christianity under the patronage of the Medici Pope, Leo X. This book, written in the early 16th Century, is considered to be the first work by a native African on the history and geography of Africa. He describes the trade routes, the peoples, towns and cities, and includes an account of the city of Timbuktu in which he describes the inhabitants as amazingly rich and ruled by a King who possessed a gold ingot which weighed over five hundred kilograms. Although the coast of Africa was known to Europeans to some extent, this was the first account of the interior of Africa, and it inspired Western explorers for hundreds of years. Blockson (101 #1) commented on this book as follows: "Any edition of Africanus works is rare and is the cornerstone of any collection of African history." The Elzevir family were among the great … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: bookfever.com
2013-05-02 17:32:49
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: SessaBks (ABAA, ILAB) [Philadelphia, PA, U.S.A.]
2013-05-02 17:32:49
Bible. English. Authorized (i.e., "King James Version"). 1632.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2013-05-02 17:32:49
Bible. English. Authorized (i.e., "King James Version"). 1632.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2013-05-02 10:52:04
Johann Buxtorf
Ludovici and Johannis Konig, Basel, 1632. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Good Condition. 2 volumes in one bound in early paneled calf, heavily worn and scarred; institutional marks to endpapers, edges, and 1st title. The first title published 1665 - Tiberias in Latin, Concordantiae in Hebrew and running in opposite directions towards each other. Scattered browning and foxing, each with a title in an elaborate architectural border. 108pp, the Concordantiae unpaginated but apparently complete. The first title is the second edition, enlarged by Johann Buxtorf the Younger. Cowley 131 (for the Concordantiae). Size: Folio. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Over 3 kilos. Category: Religion & Theology; Language & Linguistics. Inventory No: 042753. . This book is extra heavy, and may involve extra shipping charges to some countries.
Bookseller: Pazzo Books
2013-04-15 15:16:45
Speed, John
London: Pr. by John Dawson [and Thomas Cotes] for George Humble, 1632. Folio (33.5 cm, 13.25"). [10] ff., 1042 pp.; 1043–1086 ff., 1087–1237, [85 (index)] pp. (lacking frontis.); illus. 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.         ESTC S997; STC (rev. ed.) 23049; Graesse 462–63; Lowndes 2471–72. 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 p … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PR [U.S.A.]
2013-01-24 16:44:02
The first Part, in the Formes of Prayer daily used by those of the Swedish Nation, in the Armie, together with two severall Prayers, uttered upon several occasions by that pious King; which God immediately heard and granted him. The second Part, in the excellent Orders observed in the Armie; whereof we here present you the Articles by which the Souldiery is governed. The third Part, in the Kings Commission for levying of a Regiment: his Order for drawing up of a private Company; of a Squadron; and of a Brigade: with his manner of Enquartering a private Regiment; and of an Army Royall: unto which is added the best manner of building and fortifying of a Towne of Warre. All, in fine severall Figures expressed and explained. Last of all, is the famous Battell of Leipsich, in two fayre figures also set forth; and now this second time more fully and particularly described. London, John Dawson for Nath. Butter and Nich: Bourne, 1632. 4:o. (8),+ 35, (blank), 39-90,+ 43 s.+ 4 utvikbara tryckta planscher,+ 2 stora utvikbara grav. planscher. Enstaka småfläckar, papperlagning i överkant s. 33-34, ena planschen över slaget vid Breitenfelt med lagningar och pappersförtärkningar, den andra lös. Senare ljusbrunt hfrbd, rikt guldornerad rygg med upphöjda bind och röd titeletikett (G. Hedberg), med Fritzes bokhandelsetikett, äldre röda snitt. Planscherna från annat exemplar, en löst bifogad. Klemming, Sveriges krig, 29. Snoilsky s. 27. Komplett exemplar med de två ofta saknade, ovanliga planscherna över slaget vid Breitenfeld, efter teckningar av Olof Hansson, "The figure of the Battell of L … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet
2013-01-23 12:47:01
Boxhorn, Marcus Zuerius Van (Edit.)
Leiden, Netherlands: Jean Maire, 1632.. Illustrated by Akersloot, Willem. First Thus. Vellum. Very Good/N/A. 24mo - over 5" - 5¾" tall brown (or browned gilt?) titles spine; b/w. engraved title page by the Flemish artist Willem Outgertsz Akersloot (1600-1651); Latin text; edited by the Dutch scholar & linguist Professor Marcus Zuerius van Boxhorn this is a history of Rome written by six classical Latin authors detailing biographies of the emperors and the empire's most important figures; appendices contain: "the inscriptions of the ancient designs of some of the generals whose life is here described." & a brief history of the six authors whose observations make up this book. inside front cover is the bookplate of Edward Wells (1667-1727) - English mathematician, geographer, and controversial theologian - together with various other inscriptions of previous owners (one dated 1749); front endpaper has some writing in Latin & on both sides of the rear endpaper is a handwritten index of Roman Generals with the page number on which they are mentioned. the book is in sound condition & the Vellum covers a little soiled as might be expected from a well-used book of this age; 816 pages.
Bookseller: Bookbarrow
2013-01-18 06:36:01
ROWZEE, Lodwick.
First edition, small 8vo, (viii), 79, (1) pp. Second leaf with a few small holes affecting the text, first and third to last page soiled, corners of title and final three leaves with some restoration, 20th century notes to paste down. 20th century speckled sheep, gilt titled spine. The earliest treatise on taking the waters in Tunbridge Wells. A physician, Rowzee practiced in Ashford. STC 21426. Scarce, ESTC listing only five copies in the UK and four in America.
Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop, ABA, ILAB
2013-01-08 14:32:49
WINSTRUP, ELIAS PEDERSEN.
Johannes Janssonius, Amsterdam 1632. 12mo. Kobberstukket titelblad. (24)+451+(26) sider. Senere marmoreret papirbind uden rygtitel.. Bibl. Dan. II,331. Med lang trykt tilegnelse til hertug Ulrik, Christian IV's yngste kongelige søn. Tidlig militærhistorie med dansk forfatter. "..en grundlærd mærkværdighed (...) med genfortællinger af episoder fra oldtidens og middelalderens krige, hver med en krigslist eller anden bemærkelsesværdig indsats fra hærførerens side" (Gunner Lind, i Fund og Forskning 1995, p. 19). ** Elias Pedersen Winstrup (eller Vinstrup) (c. 1610-33) var yngste søn af Sjællands biskop Peder Jensen Winstrup og eneste bror til Peder Pedersen Winstrup (1605-79), der blev den sidste danske og første svenske biskop over Lund Stift. Elias studerede først i Sorø, men dimitteredes i 1627 fra Herlufsholm. Hans videre studier førte ham til udlandet. Han studerede i Wittenberg i 1630 og blev i december 1631 immatrikuleret ved universitetet i Leiden. Efter udgivelsen af sin første og eneste bog drog han syg hjem til København, hvor han døde i maj det følgende år. Danske militærhistorikere er sjældent rundet af bispegårde, men det er vel i unge Elias Winstrups familiebaggrund, man finder forklaringen på, at en så ambitiøs udgivelse var mulig. En mulig forbindelse til hertug Ulrik indgår også her. Christian IV's yngste - sympatiske og højt begavede - søn med dronning Anna Cathrine opholdt sig i Leiden i 1630 på vej gennem sin korte europæiske karriere som henholdsvis officer og åndsperson, der beklageligvis endte for en attentatmands kugle i 1633. Som et sært sammentræf gæl … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Vangsgaards Antikvariat
2013-01-07 17:41:59
TIRINUS, JACOBUS.
Anversa, 1632. Incisione in rame, b/n, cm 32,5 x 84,8 (la parte incisa). Veduta cartografica in oblungo, pi? volte ripiegata, raffigurante la Terra Santa, 18 piccoli riquadri ai margini mostrano il tempio e i suoi strumenti. Cartografata e stampata da Jacobus Tirinus (1580 - 1636), la carta usc? ad Anversa nel 1632. Rifilata ai margini, ma oltre la parte incisa e con visibile, per lo pi?, la battuta della lastra. Carta fine ma in bella impressione.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Botteghina D'arte G
2013-01-06 08:58:45
GALILEI, Galileo
Finely engraved frontis. by Stephano della Bella showing Aristotle, Ptolemy, & Copernicus and several woodcut diagrams & illus. in the text. 5 p.l. (including frontis.), 458, [32] pp. 4to, attractive modern brown morocco by Sangorski & Sutcliffe, spine lettered in gilt, t.e.g. Florence: G.B. Landini, 1632. First edition and an excellent, fresh, and large copy; the famous frontispiece is a rich impression with generous margins. Our copy is much less browned than is usual with this book. "The Dialogo was designed both as an appeal to the great public and as an escape from silence. In the form of an open discussion between three friends -- intellectually speaking, a radical, a conservative, and an agnostic -- it is a masterly polemic for the new science. It displays all the great discoveries in the heavens which the ancients had ignored; it inveighs against the sterility, wilfulness, and ignorance of those who defend their systems; it revels in the simplicity of Copernican thought and, above all, it teaches that the movement of the earth makes sense in philosophy, that is, in physics. Astronomy and the science of motion, rightly understood, says Galileo, are hand in glove. There is no need to fear that the earth's rotation will cause it to fly to pieces. So Galileo picked up one thread that led straight to Newton. The Dialogo, far more than any other work, made the heliocentric system a commonplace."-Printing & the Mind of Man 128. From the library of Jacob Bronowski (1908-74), the mathematician, biologist, historian of science, poet, and inventor. ❧ Cinti 89. Dibne … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.
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2013-01-05 00:04:27
BOSIO Antonio
In folio max. (mm. 495x335), p. pergam. coeva (un piatto restaur. per manc.), dorso a cordoni con tit. oro su tassello, tagli rossi, pp. (20),656,(14), inclusa la bellissima antiporta figurata; illustrato nel t. da 194 magnifiche grandi figure inc. in rame e, f.t., da 6 piante di cimiteri, di cui 1 a doppia pag. (numerate 591A / 591F + 2 cc. di testo: 591D - 591E); ornato da grandi capilett. figur. a vignetta e fregi xilografati; testo in cornice su due colonne. Nell?opera anche: ?De? riti funerali in seppellirvi i defonti. De? Martiri in essi riposti, o martirizati nelle vie circonvicine. Delle cose memorabili, sacre e profane, ch?erano nelle medesime vie: e d?altre notabili, che rappresentano l?imagine della primitiva Chiesa.. E li veri, et inestimabili tesori che Roma tiene rinchiusi sotto le sue campagne. Publicata dal Commendatore Fr. Carlo Aldobrandino, Ambasciatore residente nella Corte di Roma per la Sacra Religione, et Militia di S. Giovanni Gierosolimitano, herede dell?Autore?. "Rara prima e migliore edizione" di questo trattato monumentale, pietra miliare nella storia dell?arte. Antonio Bosio (1575-1629) fu il primo ad esplorare sistematicamente le catacombe di Roma riportando alla luce un?infinità di tesori, e grazie ai suoi studi ebbe inizio l?archeologia cristiana. Cfr. Cicognara,3634 - Schudt, p. 103 - Choix de Olschki,XI,16509-11 per ediz. successive - Rossetti ?Rome?,G-676 - Schlosser,602 - Brunet,I,1124-25: ?travail curieux et rempli d?érudition?. Con uniformi arross. (per la qualità della carta) interc. nel t., ma certamente un buon esemplare.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi
2013-01-04 15:34:53
Sandys, Sir George
Ro Allot, London, 1632. Third Edition. Hardcover. Poor Condition/No Dust Jacket. Size: 4to. Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact. Previous owner's book-plate laid in on front end paper. Stated third edition. Full leather, engraved title page, fold-out two-page map, 309 pages, 45 engravings in the text. Bookplate of William Wakeling Boreham on front end paper. Leather is worn, back strip missing except for about a 2 inch piece, boards taped together with tape that is worn and soiled, text block still connected to back cover, but separated from front cover except for a tiny strip of original binding; interior has some staining mostly in blank margins, some pages loose, but all hanging together. One of the most interesting and important travel books of the English Renaissance, this influential 17th century travel account of southern Europe and the Middle East includes illustrations of the Sphinx, the Great Pyramid, the legendary cave at Lake Agnano, plans, views and architecture of Jerusalem and Bethlehem, and the Virgin's Sepulcher. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 3 lbs 0 oz. Category: Travel & Places; Inventory No: 009054. .
Bookseller: Dennis Holzman Antiques
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2012-12-28 18:49:01
GROTIUS, HUGO.
London: Printed for Ri. Royston in Ivie Lane, 1632, 1632. First edition in English. STC 12400; ESTC S122528 (recording three locations in the British Isles - BL, Cambridge & Oxford; and five in North America - Folger, HEH, NY Social Library, Chicago & Yale). Bound a little tightly at the gutters, but a very nice copy.. 12mo, recent full calf period style, red morocco label, gilt lettering. Engraved title-page. The first translation into English of De Veritate Religionis Christianæ by the Dutch humanist Hugo Grotius (1583-1645), first published in Latin in 1627. Some copies have both a letterpress title-page and an engraved title-page, and other copies have one or the other. This copy has only the engraved title, and opposite it is a printed explanation of its elaborate depiction entitled "The minde of the frontispiece, or title page."
Bookseller: Brick Row Book Shop [U.S.A.]
2012-10-04 11:30:06
FIRENS, Pietro
1632. FIRENS, Petro. Piscium Vivae Icones in Aes Incisae et Editae Ab Petro Firens. 20 ff. Illustrated with 20 numbered engravings, all laid down. Oblong 4to., 178 x 265 mm, bound in full 19th-century pigskin, gilt title placed within gilt circle stamped onto front cover, four raised bands with gilt title on spine. N.P., n.d. [Paris: Pierre Mariette, ca. 1650?]. A suite of twenty numbered engraved plates illustrating 82 various water creatures after Adriaen Collaert -- fish, shells, seals, frogs, turtles, shellfish, swordfish, blowfish, eels, lizards, lobsters, a sting ray, a dolphin, and a walrus -- shown four or five to a page in creative combinations against a white background, with the Latin name of each animal engraved above it. While mostly accurate, the depictions are also inventive, giving wing-like flippers to the walrus and lively expressions to many of the fish. Petro Firens (Pierre Fierens, 1580-1638) was a prolific Flemish engraver working mainly in Paris, where he was appointed graveur du Roi. He is remembered for ornamental and scientific suites such as this. Manuscript numbering in the upper corner of each plate indicates this book was previously bound with another, however the engravings form a complete set. Laid down on thick paper stock. Rare: OCLC locates only one copy in America (Harvard) and six in Europe. Thieme-Becker XII, 7. Diels/Leesberg (New Hollstein), 1436-1461.
Bookseller: Ursus Rare Books
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2012-08-30 07:46:07
Sir Thomas Overbury
Printed By R.B. For Robert Allot, Paul's Churchyard,London 1632 - Quite an early issue of the celebrated poem by the Seventeenth Century English poet, essayist and courtier of King James I. To cut a long story short, Overbury was imprisoned in the Tower of London by King James for disrespect in 1613 - and slowly poisoned under the orders of Lady Essex, mistress of Lord Rochester . As Robert Carr, soon to become favourite to the King, Rochester was originally Overbury's best friend, but they fell out over the latter's affair with the youthful and already infamous countess of Essex who was led to believe that the poem had been written to open Lord Rochester's eyes to her defects.The murder conspiracy was uncovered after Overbury's death and Lady Essex was brought to trial with other conspirators, whom she had enlisted.Her accomplices were executed but she was pardoned, although she had pleaded guilty.This edition of one of the most widely popular books of the 17th century - its popularity hugely boosted by the notoriety of the whole messy business - contains numerous elegies to the unfortunate poet as well as the lengthy essay, entitled 'Characters or wittie descriptions of the properties of sundry persons,'much of which was not written by Overbury himself.There are 76 characters described here from every level of society. Characterisations include a good woman, a Chamber- maid and milk- maid as well as a tinker, hypocrite and sailor, and even a French cook and a drunken Dutchman.This copy includes other essay fragments - spurious additions to the snowball of Overbury's works … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Canon Gate Books
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