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        Das Norder theil des Lands Brasilien .

      Francoforte 1633 - Carta geografica raffigurante parte del Pernambuco, con le città di Olinda e Recife. La carta è tratta dall'ultima edizione de "Grandi Viaggi" di Johannes Theodor de Bry, curata da Mattheus Merian ed edita a Francoforte nel 1633-34. Incisione in rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione. The map, displayed on a roll above, shows the coastal contours, with place-names along the Brazilian coast near Recife and Olinda, and below is a bird's-eye view of the siege with ships and the movements of the troops. With the hope of taking control of the sugar trade in Brazil, the fleet of the Dutch West India Company attacked Recife. While the troops landed further north, the fleet, under the command of Admiral Lonq, tried to force an entrance to the harbour but his ships were repulsed by the Portuguese, under the command of Albuquerque. The siege lasted two weeks and in the end the Dutch finally broke through. The Portuguese, however, not wishing their rivals to benefit from their labours, burnt all their sugar warehouses and shipping, the loss of which was estimated at two million ducats. Dimensioni 450 370mm

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        Eigentliche Delineation der Feld Schlacht, so bey Allendorff zwischen den Schwedischen und Hessischen einer und den Ligistischen Armeen anderseide, den 28. Juny dises 1633. Jahrs vorgangen, darbey die Ligistische mit grossem verlust auf dem Feld geschlagen worden.'.

      - Kupferstich b. Latomus Erben in Frankfurt a.M., 1633, 21 x 31 Vgl. Fauser 5762. - Zeigt die Schlacht von Hess. Oldendorf i.J. 1633 aus der Vogelschau. - Links kl. Ansicht von Oldendorf. - Selten!

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        Typus Frisiae Orientalis Auctore Ubbone Emmio. Amstelodami, Excudebat Joannes Ianßonius Sculpserunt Salomon Rogeri, et E. S. Hamers-veldt.' u. 'Rideriae Portionis facies, ante inundationem, quae postae sinus maris facta est. Incidit hec inundatio circa annum 1277. Decembris 25.':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Ubbone Emmius aus Atlas ou Representation Du Monde Universel b. Johannes Janssonius (Jansson) in Amsterdam, 1633, 38 x 49,5 van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. I, - 2310.1.1.1321/22. - Zeigt Ostfriesland. - Unten rechts Insetkarte mit Darstellung der Wasserflut im Jahre 1277. - Unten links Titelkartusche. - Oben links und rechts Wappen.

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        [in Greek, transliterated as] He Kaine Diatheke. [then in roman] Novum testamentum. Ex regiis aliisque optimis editionibus cum cura expressum.

      Lugduni Batavorum: Ex officina Elzeviriana, 1633. 12mo (13 cm, 5.125"). [16], 861, [35] pp. Syston Park copy of the editio recepta of Beza's text, following the first Elzevir edition of 1624 and largely agreeing with the octavo edition of 1565. Greek New Testaments were a staple of the renowned Elzevir family of printers, and Willems declares that of the three printed by the Leyden Elzevirs, "celle-ci est la plus belle et la plus recherchée." => It was in the preface to this edition that this text was first labelled "Textus Receptus."    After the preface, the text is printed entirely in Greek, except for Latin chapter headings in the table of contents; verse numbers are given in the inner margin of each page. The title-page features the printer's woodcut device of a man picking grapes from a vine on a tree and the motto "Non solus."    Binding: 18th-century crimson straight-grain morocco, covers framed in dotted gilt rules, board edges and turn-ins with dotted gilt rule, spine similarly ruled and with gilt-stamped title. All edges gilt and a light blue silk ribbon placemarker still present. Almost certainly done by => Roger Payne, Syston Park's preferred binder.    Provenance: Front pastedown with bookplates of H. Walter Webb and Syston Park (i.e., the famous => Syston Park Library, collected at Lincolnshire by Sir John Hayford Thorold, Bart., and his predecessors); front free endpaper with bookplate of Leila Howard Codman; most recently in the library of American collector Albert A. Howard (sans indicia). The Sotheby's catalogue of the Syston Park sale suggests that the present copy was Sir John's duplicate, this example having marbled endpapers rather than the "silk linings" described in another copy.         Darlow & Moule 4679; Willems 396. Bound as above, spine slightly dimmed. Bookplates as above; front free endpaper and fly-leaf with affixed slips of old cataloguing and pencilled annotations. Pages clean. => A nice copy with pleasing, in fact prestigious, provenance.

      [Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co]
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        Self portrait Anna Maria van Schurman (Schuurman).

      In this self portrait Anna Maria van Schurman combined the techniques of engraving and etching. She depicted herself wearing an elegant dress embellished with lace on the bodice and sleeves. She convincingly rendered the illusion of spatial depth by shading the inner rim of the oval frame and placing herself behind a ledge, which pushes her figure farther back into the picture plane.That ledge also obscures her hands. Van Schurman hid her hands in her first engraved self-portrait (1633), as well, for which a correspondent, the poet and statesman Constantijn Huygens, chided her. He admonished van Schurman for being ashamed of her ink-stained hands, which he said ""have never found their equal.""As the inscription on the oval frame tells us, the artist realized this palte in 1640 when she was 33 years old. The Latin inscription at the bottom is addressed to her friends, to whom she sent this portrait. It reads: 'See my likeness depicted in this portrait:/May your favor perfect the work where art has failed.' [Cernitis hic picta nostros in imagine vultus: / Si negat ars forma, gratia vestra dabit]. Signed on bottom right with her initials: 'A.M. á S. Fec.'. Etching and engraving on laid paper; trimmed closed to plate mark; total: 203 x 156 mm; state IV/4, some dirt and smudges along the margins; some dirt on the verso; two tiny worm holes the size of small pin holes. Little scratch mark on the forehead; beautiful impression; Hollstein 3.

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        Partheneia sacra Or the mysterious and delicious Garden of the sacred Parthenes symbolically set forth and enriched with pious devises and emblemes for the entertainment of devout soules contrived al to the honour of the Incomparable Virgin Marie Mother of God for the pleasure and devotion especially of the Parthenian Sodalitie of her Immaculate Conception By H A

       ONE OF THE MOST ORIGINAL OF EARLY ENGLISH EMBLEM BOOKS   First Edition. Small 4to. [178 x 120 mm]. [16], 271, 1 (blank)]pp. Additional engraved title "H PARTHENOS" depicting the Virgin Mary as Queen of Heaven within an architectural frame, full-page engraving of the Garden, a circular walled Hortus Inclusus with a ship on an island-filled ocean behind and the Heavens and a rainbow above, 48 half-page engraved emblems and devices. Small hole in the inner margin of the title slightly affecting the type-ornmaent border at the head on the verso. Contemporary limp vellum. [Rouen:] by Iohn Cousturier,

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        The Historie of That Most Famous Saint and Souldier of Christ Iesus; St. George of Cappadocia

      Printed by Thomas Harper for Henry Seyle, London 1633 - Small octavo. [8 leaves] 429pp. + an errata page and a blank. Rebound in a modern white parchment binding, with black lettering on the spine and white leather string ties. The book is the "second edition, corrected and enlarged" of Heylyn's history of St. George (also known as St. George of Lydda). This edition contains an additional fully engraved title page at the front, and an errata page followed by a blank at the back. Included at the interior front cover is the original bookplate of Algernon Capell, Earl of Essex from 1701, preserved from the original binding. The pages have been washed, but some light staining along the bottom of the book is still present. Binding in near fine, interior in very good condition overall. Peter Heylin or Heylyn (1599 - 1662) was an English ecclesiastic and author of many polemical, historical, political and theological tracts. He incorporated his political concepts into his geographical books Microcosmus in 1621 and Cosmographie (1657).Algernon Capell, 2nd Earl of Essex PC (1670 - 1710) of Cashiobury House, Watford, Hertfordshire, was an English nobleman, a soldier and courtier. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB)]
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        Heldere spiegel vant laeste oordeel ende van de helle. Of thien predicatien van 't laetste oordeel ende van de helle, gepredict in S. Marien kercke te Breslauw in Slesien, vertaald door Pieter Jacobsz, predikant te Venhuysen, Leiden, David Jansz van Ilpendam, 1633, 8°: 281 + (6) p.

      "Geheel perkament, iets gebruikt exemplaar; titelpagina kopie op oud papier. Slotvers getekend I.C. en anoniem Verduytscht gedicht uyt het latijnsche, dat ghestaen heeft te Mantua in S. Francisci kercke. STCN: 2 ex. (beide UBA). Niet in UB Leiden.".

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. VAN DER STEUR]
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        Triumphus Cupidinis. In-houdende veel schoon stichtighe, en[de] seer vermaeckelijcke liedekens, en[de] andere ghedichten, verciert met veel loffelijcke sententien, als oock sommighe epitalamien, bruyloft-liedekens en andere poëmata. Including: -Ecomium matrimonii. In-houdende een bruy-loft spel, epithalamien ende sommighe liedekens.-Nederlantsche poëmata. In-houdende sommighe sonetten, liedekens, graf-dichten ende andere. Antwerp, widow of Jacob Mesens, 1628. 3 parts in 1 volume. Small oblong 8vo (8.5 x 12.5). With richly engraved allegorical frontispiece by Anthoni Spirincx and many songs accompanied by music scores. Contemporary sheepskin parchment.

      Goovaerts, Typ. Mus. 589 ("excessivement rare"); Scheurleer, Liedboeken, p. 153; STCV (3 copies, incl. 2 incomplete); WordCat (7 copies). Rare first and only edition of a collection of Dutch songs and poems by the playwright Joan Ysermans, member of the Antwerp chamber of rhetoric "De Olijftak". The work is divided in three parts and contains many songs from the unpublished plays of the author, with light-hearted love songs in the first and second parts and more serious poems in in third. In 1633 appeared, as an explicit reaction against the secular character of Yserman's work, the anonymous Triumphus Jesu , containing devotional songs and poems.With old ownerships inscription of A.C.I. van Landeghem on title-page, some thumbing throughout. Binding and flyleaves soiled. Good copy.

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        Die Große Kreuzabnahme, Originalradierung

      signiert: Rembrandt f. (fecit) cum pryvli 1633 (Grabstichel-) Radierung auf Bütten v. 2. Platte vgl. Bartsch 81 , C. Hofstede De Groot - Die Urkunden über Rembrand 1575 - 1721/

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        La bible, qui est toute la saincte escriture du vieil et nouveau testament. Autrement, l'ancienne et la nouvelle alliance. Le tout reueu & conferé sur les Textes Hebrieux & Grecs.

      

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        Cronica Guthilandorum. Den Guthilandiske cronica, huor udi beskrifuis, huorledes Guthiland er opsøgt och paafundet,...

      Kiøbinghaffn, M. Martzan, 1633. Inbunden bok. Gulddekorerat skinnband, 5 upphöjda bind, inre denteller. 15x18 cm. (20), 304, (2) s. Sid. 300-304 felpaginerade 400-404. Titelblad tryckt i rött o. svart inom träsnittsram, på baksidan ett helsides vapen i träsnitt. Inlaga på några ställen lätt lagerfläckad.

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        CHRISTS VICTORIE OVER THE DRAGON Or Satans Downfall Shewing the Glorious Conquests of Our Saviour for His Poore Church against the greatest Persecutors in a plaine and pithy Exposition of the twelfth Chapter of S Johns Revelation Delivered in Sundry

      Printed by M.F. for R. Dawlman at the figure of the Brazen Serpent, 1633. 1st edn. Tall 8vo (7.5 x 6 ins). Contemporary calf (poor - spine perished with partial loss at head and outer joints split). Pp. (xii) + 855 + (11), lacks frontispiece, paste-downs and endpapers; p. 150 paginated as p. 149; pages tanned at edges.

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        Novus Orbis seu descriptions Indiae Occidentalis libri XVIII, Novis tabulis geographicis et variis animantium,plantarum fructuumque iconibus illustrati

      First Latin edition; "made by the author himself" (Borba de Moraes quoting Graesse). A fundamental Americanum, Laet´s is one of the earliest books to deal exclusively with America, its inhabitants, customs, flora and fauna, remarkably illustrated with Gerritsz´ maps and only the second atlas devoted to the Americas. "One of the most famous contemporary descriptions of the natural history of the New World. The work was highly praised a century later by Charlevoix, attesting to its accuracy" (Streeter sale, I, 37). Gerritsz was a Dutch cartographer, apprentice to Blaeu, and chosen over him after starting his own business; he gained an appointment as cartographer to the Dutch East and West India Company. The maps included are in many cases foundational maps for several regions of the Americas, later used as prototypes by Blaeu & Hondius. Laet (1593 - 1649) was a Dutch geographer and businessman, his overseas trading eventually led him to become a founding director of the Dutch West India Company; the position enabled him to gain access to updated sources of information, both from the Company's archives and seamen. The illustration comprehends over 60 woodcuts of mainly botanical nature in text and 14 double page maps of the Americas, New England, Nova Francia, Florida, Mexico, Caribbean, Venezuela, Brazil, Guyana, Colombia, Chili, Peru, Patagonia & Paraguay; amongst them, a foundation map of Canada, the first printed map to name Manhattan "of extreme importance" (Burden), and foundation maps of Chili, Paraguay, Venezuela and Brazil. The Patagonia map is one of the earliest on the region. Borba de Moraes, 451. JCB, II, 246. Sabin, 38557.

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        Itinerarium Benjaminis.

      Elsevir, Lugduni Batavorum 1633 - This is a very small format volume, front board measures 95 millimeter high and 50 mm wide, uniform with the famous Elzevier format, Willems # 379, old full calf, both boards detached and one compartment of spine missing, old gilt lettering to spine "Itiner Benjam," all edges gilt with faint traces of gauffering, old library bookplate with withdrawn stamp to one board, no stamps to either Latin or Hebrew title, small piece missing from Latin title, Latin text followed by Hebrew text paginated from the end, book composed of "Ad lectorem" without pagination, 233p, index, Hebrew text collates to i[6]. Binding tight, first edition, this volume is awaiting expert repair but is also available in the unrepaired condition, to allow the new owner to conduct repairs to their own specifications. Very rare title in the collectible format [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Icones & descriptiones rariorum plantarum Siciliae, Melitae, Galliae, & Italiae. Quarum unaquaeque proprio charactere signata, ab aliis eiusdem classis facile distinguitur.

      Nissen BBI 179; Pritzel 859; Stafleu p. 243; Wing 3385. Beautiful copy of this fine herbal by the Italian botanist Paolo Boccone (1633-1704). The author was born in Palermo and descended from a noble family. He developed an interest in Natural History and botany at a young age. He travelled in Western Europe and mainly collected rare plant specimens in Italy, Sicily and Corsica. Through his travels he came in contact with many famous botanists such as William Sherard and Robert Morison. They pursuaded Boccone to publish this herbal. The manuscript was sent to Robert Morison by Charles Hatton, son of Lord Hatton and one of Morison's former pupils. Robert Morison had the last seven illustrations redrawn from dried specimens, because he considered them to be inaccurate. Subsequently, they were engraved at Hatton's expense.All the finely engraved text illustrations show detailed pictures of plants and herbs. The present work was printed at the Sheldonian Theatre only 4 years after its construction, making it one of the first publications of the Oxford University Press after its relocation. The view of the round early Sheldonian Theatre is just as interesting to bibliophiles as any of the botanical plates to botanists. Compared to the second of two copies (no. 68) from the auction sale of the Library of the Stiftung für Botanik (London, 1975), our copy is without the second line of the imprint and it has Robert Morison's dedication to Charles Hatton bound at the end.

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        Triumphus Cupidinis. In-houdende veel schoon stichtighe, en[de] seer vermaeckelijcke liedekens, en[de] andere ghedichten, verciert met veel loffelijcke sententien, als oock sommighe epitalamien, bruyloft-liedekens en andere poëmata. Including: -Ecomium matrimonii. In-houdende een bruy-loft spel, epithalamien ende sommighe liedekens.-Nederlantsche poëmata. In-houdende sommighe sonetten, liedekens, graf-dichten ende andere. Antwerp, widow of Jacob Mesens, 1628. 3 parts in 1 volume. Small oblong 8vo (8.5 x 12.5). With richly engraved allegorical frontispiece by Anthoni Spirincx and many songs accompanied by music scores. Contemporary sheepskin parchment.

      Goovaerts, Typ. Mus. 589 ("excessivement rare"); Scheurleer, Liedboeken, p. 153; STCV (3 copies, incl. 2 incomplete); WordCat (7 copies). Rare first and only edition of a collection of Dutch songs and poems by the playwright Joan Ysermans, member of the Antwerp chamber of rhetoric "De Olijftak". The work is divided in three parts and contains many songs from the unpublished plays of the author, with light-hearted love songs in the first and second parts and more serious poems in in third. In 1633 appeared, as an explicit reaction against the secular character of Yserman's work, the anonymous Triumphus Jesu, containing devotional songs and poems.With old ownerships inscription of A.C.I. van Landeghem on title-page, some thumbing throughout. Binding and flyleaves soiled. Good copy.

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        Icones & descriptiones rariorum plantarum Siciliae, Melitae, Galliae, & Italiae. Quarum unaquaeque proprio charactere signata, ab aliis eiusdem classis facile distinguitur.

      - Nissen BBI 179; Pritzel 859; Stafleu p. 243; Wing 3385. Beautiful copy of this fine herbal by the Italian botanist Paolo Boccone (1633-1704). The author was born in Palermo and descended from a noble family. He developed an interest in Natural History and botany at a young age. He travelled in Western Europe and mainly collected rare plant specimens in Italy, Sicily and Corsica. Through his travels he came in contact with many famous botanists such as William Sherard and Robert Morison. They pursuaded Boccone to publish this herbal. The manuscript was sent to Robert Morison by Charles Hatton, son of Lord Hatton and one of Morison's former pupils. Robert Morison had the last seven illustrations redrawn from dried specimens, because he considered them to be inaccurate. Subsequently, they were engraved at Hatton's expense.All the finely engraved text illustrations show detailed pictures of plants and herbs. The present work was printed at the Sheldonian Theatre only 4 years after its construction, making it one of the first publications of the Oxford University Press after its relocation. The view of the round early Sheldonian Theatre is just as interesting to bibliophiles as any of the botanical plates to botanists. Compared to the second of two copies (no. 68) from the auction sale of the Library of the Stiftung für Botanik (London, 1975), our copy is without the second line of the imprint and it has Robert Morison's dedication to Charles Hatton bound at the end.

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        L'OUVERTURE DE L'ESCOLLE DE PHILOSOPHIE TRANSMUTATOIRE METALLIQUE,

      Paris, Charles Sevestre, 1633.. ou, la plus saine et veritable explication & consiliation de tous les stiles desquels les philosophes anciens se sont servis en traictant de l'oeuvre Physique, sont amplement declarees. SECOND EDITION, 1633, French text. Small 8vo, approximately 170 x 105 mm, 6½ x 4¼ inches, PORTRAIT, ENGRAVED TITLE PAGE AND THREE PRELIMINARY PAGES LACKING, DEDICATION? otherwise main text complete, printed TITLE PAGE present, large woodcut with pelican at centre on verso of final leaf, woodcut headpieces and initials, pages: 26, 185, (3), The 3 preliminary leaves missing are before the Preface and Contents Table which are both complete, bound in full antique mottled calf, raised bands with gilt decoration in compartments, gilt lettered morocco label. Binding worn, corners rounded and showing cardboard at tips, upper hinge cracked, lower hinge starting, covers holding firmly on the cords, 20 mm (¾ inch) chip at head of spine, 5 mm (¼ inch) missing at tail, front inner paper hinge cracked, some old ink writing on endpapers, age-browning throughout, mostly light, early signature on title page and on last page of text, Preface pages have been faintly numbered, some underlining and emphasis marks in the margins, a couple of ink spots on the Preface, no loss, occasional pale damp stains, ink notes in 10 margins, tip of 3 top corners missing, small hole in 2 pages with loss of 2 letters, small closed tear to 1 lower corner, neatly repaired with no loss of text, couple of small ink marks on final woodcut. Text block tight and firm. Acceptable defective copy of a scarce book, (lacking some preliminary pages as noted but main text complete). David de Planis Campy (1589- c.1644) was a councillor and surgeon in ordinary to Louis XIII. He produced 10 works on medical chemistry and traditional alchemy. He was a fervent admirer of Paracelsus and accepted the relationship of the macrocosm and the microcosm and the doctrine of signatures. In this work examining the styles of the hermetic philosophers who treated of alchemy he singles out the Emerald Tablet of Hermes Trismegistus as the text in which the secret work of nature is uniquely well expressed. See: Bibliotheca Chemica by John Ferguson, Volume II, page 204-5; A Catalogue of Printed Books in the Wellcome Historical Medical Library, Volume I, No. 5081; Duveen, Bibliotheca Alchemica et Chemica lists only the collected works published in 1646; Manuel Bibliographique des Sciences Psychiques ou Occultes by Albert Caillet, Tome 3 page 292, No. 8724; Not in Brunet's Manuel Du Librarire. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        The herball or generall historie of plantes. . very much enlarged and amended by Thomas Johnson .London, Adam Islip, Joyce Norton, Richard Whitakers, "1636" (1633 edition with the 1636 title-page). Folio. With an integral engraved title-page by John Payne and about 2800 woodcut botanical illustrations, all coloured by an early hand. Calf (ca. 1700?), gold-tooled spine; rebacked, with the original backstrip laid down and later endleaves.

      - Alden & Landis 633/39; Blunt, pp. 164-165; Hunt 223; Johnston 185; Nissen, BBI 698. Rare coloured copy of the second and best edition (the first with the extensive corrections and additions by Thomas Johnson) of the greatest English herbal of its time and here illustrated with about 2800 botanical woodcuts showing flowers, trees (including fruit and nut trees), berries, gourds, root vegetables, herbs and spices, mushrooms, medicinal plants and more. Plants shown include potatoes, tobacco, cannabis, tulips, maize and others from various exotic lands, many from the Americas. The present 1633 edition is "a conspectus and summation of the finest research of its age. . a lasting monument of Renaissance botany." (introduction to the 1975 facsimile) "in every respect immeasurably superior to its predecessor" (Blunt). The present copy appears to be entirely or almost entirely the 1633 edition, except that it has the 1636 title-page. Copies mixing the 1633 and 1636 editions are probably common but only occasionally noticed.With a few manuscript notes and a few dried and pressed plant specimens between the leaves. Lacking the initial and final integral blanks. With the first few and last few quires stained (mostly in the gutter margin), with some old repairs and the last few leaves of the index tattered; elsewhere an occasional stain, small hole or marginal tear. But most of the leaves remain in good condition. The binding scuffed and flaked, but now structurally sound. Rare coloured copy of the greatest early monument of British botany, with about 2800 hand-coloured botanical woodcuts.

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        The Herball or Generall Historie of Plantes

      London: printed by Adam Islip, Joice Norton and Richard Whitakers,, 1633. Very much Enlarged and Amended by Thomas Johnson Citizen and Apothecarye of London. Folio (350 x 230 mm). 18th-century russia, green morocco label to spine, compartments, raised bands, and boards elaborately decorated in gilt, marbled endpapers, edges gilt. Engraved vignette title page by John Payne, 2,766 woodcut illustrations. 2 bookplates, one of Chillingham Castle, to front pastedown, bookseller's ticket to front pastedown, shelfmark to front free endpaper. Spine ends and joints lightly rubbed, a few neat ink annotations to contents, occasional minor splits and punctures to fore edges and infrequent foxing to contents, an excellent copy. First edition of Johnson's enlarged version of the herbalist's major work, first published in 1597. Thomas Johnson (c. 1595-1644), the London apothecary who was already a botanical writer of some note by 1633, sensibly marked his additions and major alterations to the first edition, making it possible to distinguish the revisions from the original. His edition brought a new and more scholarly focus to Gerard's Herball; it was greatly esteemed, was reprinted in 1636, and became more and more expensive throughout the following centuries. It is extensively illustrated and Johnson drew several of the diagrams himself. The woodcuts included in the first edition were printed from wood-blocks obtained from Frankfurt which had been used to illustrate the Eicones plantarum of Taberaemmontanus (1590), but Johnson supplemented these with superior illustrations from the stock of Antwerp's famous printer Plantin. "Gerard contributed greatly towards the advancement of the knowledge of plants in England, and in his Herball he described and illustrated several hundreds of our native flowering plants, including about 182 which were additional to those recorded in earlier works" (Henrey, p. 47). This copy once belonged to the library at Chillingham Castle, the 12th-century home of the Wakefield family.

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        HERBALL OR GENERAL HISTORIE OF PLANTES. Gathered by John Gerarde of London Master in Chirvrgerie, Very Much Enlarged by Thomas Johnson Citizen and Apothecarye of London

      London: Printed by Adam J. Slip et al, 1633. The scarce second edition, which is the first edited, greatly enlarged and corrected by Thomas Johnson. With engraved allegorical title-page by John Payne and with nearly 2800 woodcut illustrations throughout text. Folio, a superb, very large copy in a very handsome contemporary full calf binding, the boards with multiple ruled line borders, at some time expertly refurbished at the spine in perfect period style with tall, thick, raised bands ruled in blind, dark brown morocco label in one compartment gilt ruled and lettered. [xxxiv], 1631, index, table and errata. An extremely handsome copy of this scarce book, the antique covers with some minor expert refurbishment. Internally very fresh, crisp and clean, and with only very insignificant occasional evidence of age, one leaf of the table and final errata leaf with minor paper repairs not affecting the text. AN UNUSUALLY FINE AND TRULY EXCELLENT COPY OF THIS HIGHLY IMPORTANT PRINTING. A RARELY ENCOUNTERED COMPLETE COPY IN CONTEMPORARY BINDING of the great herbal of Gerarde, one of the finest and most important botanical works printed. John Gerarde served for some time as Master of the Barber-Surgeons company and was considered one of England?s finest Herbalist. The title ?Herbalist to James I? appeared on many of his papers. Among his chief accomplishments was the establishment of a medicinal garden for the Barber-Surgeons but it was his great herbal which made his name a household word. In December of 1597 appeared the first folio volume of the herbal. The work contained more then 1800 woodcuts. Along with the more specific information such as names, genus and usage, it also gave the locations to hunt for scarce plants in England and, although primarily a scientific endeavor, it also included much folklore. The edition of 1633 was the first to be edited, enlarged and corrected by Thomas Johnson and was a tremendous success. This edition is essentially a reprint, word for word, issued only 3 years later. Johnson?s edition is considered a great improvement over the original, being half again as large as the original and in every way a superior printing. Johnson?s edition brings the number of plants described to over 2800 with more then 2700 being illustrated. Interestingly, this edition was of special importance in the New World. Far from the medical science of civilized Europe, the early American colonist had been forced to come up with a medical science all their own. This work, plus the herbal knowledge of the indigenous peoples, was the primary basis for early American medical studies. So important was it that the genus Gerardia was named for Gerard and of its 30 or so species most are North American. In our century, medical science has advanced to a degree Gerard could only have dreamed of, but it is just beginning to rediscover the value of botanicals in health care. The scientific groundwork established by Gerard over 400 years ago is once again of interest and importance. Gerarde's was "the best-known and most often quoted herbal in the English language. Its lasting repute is due not so much to its originality and accuracy, which are ofttimes questionable, as to its entertaining Elizabethan descriptive style, its interspersed anecdotes and comments, and antique remedies, and its woodcuts" (DSB).The apothecary Thomas Johnson was commissioned to revise Gerarde's original book within one year, a task he accomplished with marked success, adding a balanced and comprehensive historical introduction, and a set of 2766 woodcuts, several hundred more than previously. His revised edition appeared in 1633, and this third edition three years later. "The care bestowed by Johnson in correcting what Raven calls 'the errors of Gerard's book, the misplaced pictures, the confused species, the blunders of fact' and in adding much new material made his edition...a popular and standard work, which proved of especial value in promoting the study of the British flora well into the eighteenth century" (DSB). In our century, medical science has advanced to a degree Gerard could only have dreamed of, but it is just beginning to rediscover the value of botanicals in health care. The scientific groundwork established by Gerard over 400 years ago is once again of interest and importance.

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        Kupferstich- Karte, n. J. Smith b. Hondius, "Nova Virginiae tabvla".

      - 1633, 38 x 49 Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici 9410:1. Burden, Mapping of Northamerica, Nr. 228 - Die Karte von J. Smith, erstmals 1612 erschienen, ist laut Burden "one of the most important printed maps of America ever published and certainly one of the greatest influence. It became the prototype for the area for half a century." Vorliegend aus der französischen Ausgabe 1633 bei H. Hondius. Westorientierte Karte mit 3 kleinen Kartuschen, links oben die bekannte Darstellung des Häuptlings Powhatan. Im Kartenbild fig. Darstellungen. Mit je 2 kleinen Wurmlöchern links und rechts.

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        Kupferstich- Karte, n. Mercator b. H. Hondius, "America Meridionalis".

      - 1633, 36 x 49 Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, 9800:1A. Unten rechts die sehr dek. Titelkartusche mit Rollwerksornamentik. Unten links eine weitere Rollwerkskartusche mit eingearbeiteter kleiner Ansicht von Cusco/ Peru. Zeigt Südamerika. Im Atlantik und Pazifik mit Abbildungen von Schiffen, Seeungeheuern und Fischen. Mit je 2 kleinen Wurmlöchern links und rechts.

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        Kupferstich- Karte, b. H. Hondius, "Accuratissima Brasiliae Tabula".

      - 1633, 38 x 48,5 Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, 9850:1.1. Westorientierte Karte m. 2 Kartuschen am unteren Rand und 2 kleinen Umgebungskarten a) "Baya de todos as Sanctos" und b) "Villa d'Olinda de Pernambuco". Im Kartenbild Windrose, maritime Staffage und zahlr. Indianer. Mit je 2 kleineren Wurmlöchern links und rechts.

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        Kupferstich- Karte, b. Hondius, "Freti Magellanici ac novi Freti vulgo La Maire exactissima delineatio".

      - 1633, 38 x 49 Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, 9950.1B. - Mit großen Rollwerkskartuschen, Windrose und martimer Staffage. mit je 2 Wurmlöchern links und rechts.

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        Kupferstich- Karte, v. Joh. Mercator b. Hondius, "Mvrs Comitatus" und "Regionvm Vrbium et fliminum que potissimu Comitatum Murs ambiunt breuis descriptio".

      - 1633, je 35,5 x 25 (H) Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, 2375:1; Knupp-Uhlenhaut:"Ansichten von Moers 1590-1990", S. 6 ff. und Abb. S. 7. - Zwei Karten nebeneinander auf einem Blatt. Die linke Karte zeigt die Grafschaft Moers, in die links unten eine kleine Vogelschauansicht von Moers integriert ist (= die erste druckgraphische Ansicht der Stadt Moers ). Die rechte Karte zeigt das Gebiet des Niederrheins. Bei dieser Karte handelt es sich um die einzige, von Joh. Mercator gedruckte Karte.

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        Kupferstich- Karte, n. Mercator b. H. Hondius, "Turcici Imperii Imago".

      - 1633, 35,5 x 48,5 Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, 8100:1A; Tibbetts, Arabia Nr. 62. - Unten links eine große Rollwerkskartusche mit Portrait von "Sultan Mahumet .". Zeigt den östlichen Mittelmeerraum und Arabien. - Schönes Exemplar.

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        Kupferstich- Karte, b. J. Hondius, "Tartaria".

      - 1633, 34 x 48 Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, 8050:1A. Mit 3 Rollwerkskartuschen, die Titelkartusche unten rechts. Zeigt Russland östlich des Urals. Im Osten noch Korea (als Insel dargestellt). Links und rechts ein kleines Wurmloch.

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        De Droeve Ellendigheden van den Oorlooch seer aerdigh en konstighafgebeeldt door Jaques Callot Loreijns Edelman. [Dutch edition of Callot's most famous suite: "Les Miseres et malheurs de la guerre" (Translates: "The miseries and misfortunes of war") originally published in France in 1633].

      [Amsterdam]: Gerret van Schagen. Callot's most famous suite, Les Misères et malheurs de la guerre (the miseries and misfortunes of war, 1633), produced following Richelieu's invasion of Lorraine during the Thirty Years War. Oblong Large Octavo. Engraved titlepage in dutch plus 17 plates after Callot by Leon Schenk, numbered 2-18, each plate with 6 lines of verse by l'abbé Michel de Marolles. Plates 3-3/4 x 7-3/4 inches, mounted on larger leaves, titled in french in manuscript-writing. Both contemporary marbled boards cleanly detached (needs repair or new binding. Inside with only minor foxing. The plates clean and fresh. . [Amsterdam], Gerret van Schagen, [n.d., approximately 1730] Oblong - 8°. 18 original plates (including Frontispiece) with 20 interleaved, blank pages. All plates subtitled in dutch. Hardcover with label in english on front board. Callot's most famous suite, Les Misères et malheurs de la guerre (the miseries and misfortunes of war, 1633), produced following Richelieu's invasion of Lorraine during the Thirty Years War. Oblong Large Octavo. Engraved titlepage in dutch plus 17 plates after Callot by Leon Schenk, numbered 2-18, each plate with 6 lines of verse by l'abbé Michel de Marolles. Plates 3-3/4 x 7-3/4 inches, mounted on larger leaves, titled in french in manuscript-writing. Both contemporary marbled boards cleanly detached (needs repair or new binding. Inside with only minor foxing. The plates clean and fresh. Jacques Callot was a baroque printmaker and draftsman from the Duchy of Lorraine (an independent state on the north-eastern border of France, southwestern border of Germany and overlapping the southern Netherlands). He is an important person in the development of the old master print. He made more than 1,400 etchings that chronicled the life of his period, featuring soldiers, clowns, drunkards, Gypsies, beggars, as well as court life. He also etched many religious and military images, and many prints featured extensive landscapes in their background. His most famous prints are his two series of prints each on "the Miseries and Misfortunes of War". These are known as Les Grandes Misères de la guerre, consisting of 18 prints published during 1633, and the earlier and incomplete Les Petites Misères — referring to their sizes, large and small (though even the large set are only about 8 x 13 cm). These images show soldiers pillaging and burning their way through towns, country and convents, before being variously arrested and executed by their superiors, lynched by peasants, or surviving to live as crippled beggars. At the end the generals are rewarded by their monarch. During 1633, the year the larger set was published, Lorraine had been invaded by the French during the Thirty Years' War and Callot's artwork is still noted with Francisco Goya's Los Desastres de la Guerra (The Disasters of War), which was influenced by Callot, as among the most powerful artistic statements of the inhumanity of war. (Wikipedia)

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        He Kaine Diatheque Novum Testamentum. Ex Regiis aliisque optimis editionibus, hac nova expressum : cui quid accesserit, Præfatio docebit

      Lugd. Batavorum (Leiden): Ex Officina Elzeviriorum, 1633. Second Elzevir edition. Hardcover. f to g+. 36mo (5 x 2 3/4"). [16], 861, 34, [1]pp. Contemporary full vellum with gilt-lettered leather title laid on spine. Title page in red and black lettering. Engraved printer's device on title. Decorative headpieces and initials. Second Elzivir edition of this New Testament in ancient Greek. The first edition was published in 1624, followed by five others in 1633 (our copy), 1641, 1656, 1662, 1670 and 1678. In the preface occurs for the first time the now familiar phrase 'Textus Receptus': "Textum ergo habes, nunc ab omnibus receptum: in quo nihil immutatum aut corruptum damus." For this edition, the Testament of 1624 was subjected to a careful scrutiny, yet Reuss was able to discover only one variation in reading, while Scrivener records no more than seven or eight. The new features of this second edition are the division of the text into verses, and the addition of the Toy Kata Matgaion at the end of the book. The preface alludes to the convenient size of the Elzevir edition. Also, the device on the title page differs slightly from that in the 1624 edition. (See Darlow & Moule 4679). Binding age-toned, and partly chipped along upper edges. Contemporary previous owner's inscription in Latin dated Paris 1650 on inside of front cover. Contemporary previous owner's name and title on title page (not affecting lettering). Minor chipping at upper margin of the first nine leaves (not affecting lettering). Sporadic age-toning and foxing throughout. Introductory text in Latin, New Testament in ancient Greek. Binding in overall fair, interior in good+ condition.

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        HE KEINE DIATHEQUE. NOVUM TESTAMENTUM. Ex Regiis Aliisque Optimis Editionibus ,hac nova expressum. Cui quid accesserit prefatio docebit.

      Lugduni Batavorum, Ex Officina Elzéviriennes, 1633. 861 pages with index pp. No marks or other defects in the book, only just a little foxing to some pages. Bound in a recent very fine full calf with blindstamping , all edges gilt. Bound bu the vell known danish bookbinder Harry Larsen. 17051203

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        The Two Bookes of Sir Francis Bacon of the Proficience and Advancement of Learning, Divine and Humane

      The Two Bookes of Sir Francis Bacon of the Proficience and Advancement of Learning, Divine and Humane. To the King. by Francis Bacon Third Edition Printed by I.(J.) L. (Lichfield) Printer to the University (i.e. Oxford), for Thomas Huggins, 1633. The first edition was printed in 1605, dedicated to King James I (of King James Bible fame) concerning the importance and not only the break-down of fields of scholarship in education but other aspects of activities such as sports, namely tennis which he claims "So that as tennis is a game of no use in itself, but of great use in respect it maketh a quick eye and a body ready to put itself into all postures", somewhat similar to John Locke's Some Thoughts Concerning Education which was addressed to a friend's son. King James' son Charles was five years old at the time of the first edition, and King James, for all his faults, was a highly learned man and possibly wanted a top-rate education for his son who would become King Charles I. He need look no further than Francis Bacon, quite possibly the most learned man of the late Elizabethan and early Jacobean periods. Edition, Size, Binding, and Collation: Third edition, 1633, not stated but previously published in 1605 and later in 1629 after Bacon's death in 1626. This could also be characterized as the first Oxford edition of this work. The book's size is a nice squarish octavo measuring 8" x 5" and about 3/4" in width. Appears to be bound in red-brown boards of a flaming design, which possibly date circa 1700 nicely re-cased with a new spine with bands and new endpapers, possibly enacted relatively recently. The page edges are in red. Book plate of "Nicholas Wall Sometime his book". Collates complete as follows: two new blank leaves, one blank original leaf, Title Page, Main Text 1-335 broken down as First Booke (1-90) and the Second Booke (91-335), two new blank leaves. Condition: Very well preserved copy, NO major tears. slight nicking to the edges of pages 1/2 and 3/4. Typical age toning but pages are for the most part quite clean and relatively bright, which I would grade at near fine in a near fine+/fine- binding. Overall a pleasing copy of one of the most important early works of English scholarship.NOTE: The pictures are of the actual item for sale. (The pictures are NOT a stock photo.)

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        Kupferstich- Karte, b. Hondius n. Mercator, "Insulae Indiae orientalis praecipuae, in quibus Moluccae celeberrimae sunt".

      - 1633, 34 x 48 Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, 8500:1A. - Mit 3 Kartuschen und schöner maritimer Staffage. Zeigt auch die Philippinen und Singapur. - Tadellos erhalten. Franz. Rückseitentext. Je ein kleines Wurmloch links und rechts.

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        Kupferstich- Karte, v. Hamersveld u. Rogers b. I. Janssonius - Hondius, "Venezuela cum parte Australi Novae Andalusiae".

      - 1633, 37,5 x 49 Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, 9830:1.1. Mit 2 Kartuschen und 2 Windrosen. Zeigt sehr schön auch die Insel Trinidad sowie Aruba, Bonaire und Curacao. mit je 2 kleinen Wurmlöchern links und rechts.

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        A Treatise Of the Divine Promises In Five Books

      Printed by George Miller dwelling in Black Friers,, London: 1633 - Fair in contemporary full leather covered boards with ruled black bands on the spine and black ruled borders on the boards. A small octavo measuring 7 1/2 by 5 1/2 inches with much of the leather of the spine missing and the boards are loose from the text block as is the first free end page. Worm holes are present throughout the pages of the text block, but they seem to have been careful about not invading the printed areas. Written in pencil at the upper edge of the title page are the words: "very scarce". 260 pages of text followed by a six page index of "the principall (sic) things contained in this Treatise". This copy shows the author's name as "Edward Legh". Subsequent editions of the book modified his name to "Edward Leigh". Edward Leigh (1602-1671) was a theologian and early English Puritan. His writings were prolific but he was more of a compiler than writer of original thought. This title appears to have been his first book. OCLC reports that only 14 college, university or national libraries own a copy of this title. Later printings and facsimile copies are more in evidence worldwide. As of this writing, no other copies of the first edition of this title are listed for sale. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Iosiae Simleri Vallesiae et Alpium descriptio. .

      1633. . 1633 - Ex Officina Elzeviriana. Lugduni Batavorum (Leiden, Países Bajos). . 1 Vol. . 377 pp.+3 H. de índice. Veinticuatroavo. Pasta española de época. Europa (Suiza), Geografía / Atlas / Mapas / Cartografía / Geología , Idiomas (Latín), Siglo XVII . Edición salida de las prensas de la Oficina Elzeviriana de esta obra sobre los Alpes y el cantón suizo de Valais a cargo del teólogo y humanista suizo Josias Simmler. Esta obra es en realidad un compendio de obras anteriores sobre la región, reunidas en un solo texto que es considerado como la primera descripción extensa de la cordillera centroeuropea. Portada calcográfica alegórica a la región que muestra la imagen de San Mauricio (Saint Moritz). Encuadernación de época en pasta española con nervios, dorados y tejuelo en lomera. Ejemplar muy bien conservado.

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        The Holy Bible : containing the Old Testament and the New. / Newly translated out of the originall tongues, and with the former diligently compared and revised, by his Maiesties speciall commandement. Appointed to be read in churches.

      Edinburgh : Printed by the printers to the Kings most excellent Majestie [i.e. R. Young] Cum privilegio, Anno Dom 1633. 0. The first edition of the King James' Bible printed in Scotland ( though the New Testament was printed in 1628). A very good full leather binding with an engraved title page and frontispiece engraving of Adam and Eve. 8vo. 6.75" x 4.5" x 1.5" . Original brown calf. spine with 5 raised bands. Hinges and corners carefully strengthened. Royal coat of arms to front free-endpaper, before frontis. Old Testament ends on Nn 8b; Apocrypha Oo - Yy 4b; New Testament Aaa 2a - Mmm 4a; The New Testament of our Lord and Sauiour Jesus Christ" has a separate dated printed title page, within a wodcut border, and royal coat of arms to verso. Bound with: "A Briefe Concordance To The Whole Bible." No title page, and separate register; A - F 8a . In this state has 2F6v, Isaiah LXVI, 24 has "carkases"; 3G1r catchword is "37 But"; 3K3r, right column has headline "Of Widows" . Text in very good condition, lightly toned, with just a few small edge tears. Leaves Ll 2 & Qq 1 have suffered some loss, but both leaves have been carefully repaired with the missing text supplied in neat contemporary manuscript. Leaf Qq 2 with old repair affecting 6 lines of text. Lacks Eee 5 & Eee 6 (John ix - xii) . "It has been supposed that this Bible was published in connection of Charles I. at Edinburgh in June, 1633. Robert Young, a Londoner, is said to have become the King's Printer for Scotland, 12, April 1632... The engraved title-page represents Moses and Aaron, the twelve tribes, the twelve Apostles, and the four Evangelists. At the top is a triangular symbol of the Trinity, surrounded by a glory, whence issues a handholding a book, which bears all the letterpress except two lines inscribed on a scroll below." - See Herbert 476 A . Also referenced by Wing STC 2311. .

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        Sammelblatt mit 6 Darstellungen auf einem Blatt, "Ihr Cavallier beschauwt euch all daß euch das Loß also nicht fall".

      - Kupferstich ( anonym ), 1633, 21 x 33 Einblattdruck. Nicht bei Hellwig ( Hogenberg ) und Drugulin. Auf dem Blatt wird die Hinrichtung von 13 Offizieren ( darunter Obrist Lorenz v. Holzkirchen) und 5 Reitern ( am 14.2. 1633 ) dargestellt, die am 11.2. 1633 wegen Feigheit und Verrat verurteilt wurden ( im Liechtensteinpalais in Prag ). Am oberen Rand 2 Szenen 1) Ankunft der Verurteilten 2) Verlesung des Urteils. Mittig: 3 -5 ) Szenen der Hinrichtung. Unten 6) Abtransport der Leichen in Särgen.

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        Cartes Generalles des Royaumes & Prouinces, de La haulte et baße Alemaigne, Reueiies et Corigéegs, par Le Sr. Taßin. Geographe Ordinaire de sa Mate à 1633

      Eigenverlag 1633 - - Pastoureau Tassin III Ad. / Phillips - Le Gear 8453 - Gewicht in Gramm: 88 Eigenverlag, Paris, 1633. 1 gestochenes Titelblatt, 47 (von 57) gestochenen Karten (Maße: ca. 19,5 cm x 13,5 cm), (Text- und Einband fehlen/teils nachträglich grenzkoloriert/gering fleckig)

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        Kupferstich- Karte, v. A. Goos n. N. I. Piscator (= C.J. Visscher ), "Tabula Electoratus Brandenburgici, Meckelenburgi et Maximae Partis Pomeraniae .".

      - dat. 1633, 45 x 54,7 Campbell, Vischer Nr. 18 u. Taf. V; Von Stettin bis Breslau Nr. 519 mit Abb.( Ausgabe 1630). - Oben mittig Schriftkartusche und mit insgesamt 4 Stadtansichten von Stettin, Stralsund, Rostock und Frankfurt/Oder ( je ca. 4,5 x 14 ). - Ausgezeichneter Druck dieser seltenen Karte.

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        Kupferstich- Karte, n. Ger. Mercator b. H. Hondius, "Cyprus Ins.".

      - 1633, 35 x 49 Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici 8130:1A. ; Zacharakis (2. Aufl.) Nr. 1451 und Abb. Nr. 285; Stylianou Nr. 98 und Abb. Nr. 101/102. - Zeigt Zypern (23 x 47 cm), darunter 6 weitere Inselkarten: Stalimini, Chios, Mitilene, Negroponte, Cerigo und Rhodos. Mit 2 Rollwerkskartuschen und maritimer Staffage. Je ein kleines Wurmloch links und rechts.

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