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2012-12-29 21:01:07
(SPANHEIM, FRIEDRICH)
U.o., 1633. 8:o. 480 s. Samtida marmorerat skinnbd med upphöjda bind, guldornerad rygg och dubbla guldpräglade pärmbårder med hörnstämplar. Ryggen skadad upp- och nedtill. Pappret på insidan av bakre pärmen har lossnat från denna. En överstruken gammal namnteckning i övre marginalen på titelsidan. Inlagan med sporadiska småfläckar och gamla marginalnoteringar. Några solkfläckar i nedre marginalen på s. 52, 221 och 264. Ett par mindre tryckbläckplumpar på s. 106-07. Med ett oidentifierat utländskt gammalt grav. exlibris med valspråket "Pro rege et patria". Warmholtz Bibliotheca historica Sueo-Gothica 3796. Andra upplagor trycktes i Rouen och Genève 1633, liksom ytterligare minst en upplaga utan tryckort. Flera nya upplagor och översättningar utkom följande år. Friedrich Spanheims (1600-49) mycket spridda arbete om det trettioåriga kriget med en beskrivning om slaget vid Lützen, som även utkommit separat. Hierta kallar föreliggande upplaga för den första.
Bookseller: Mats Rehnström [SE]
2012-12-28 20:42:18
BURGUS, PETRI BAPTISTA.
Liège, H. Edelmannus, 1633. 4:o. Grav. titelblad,(6),272 s. Ngt nött och lite fläckigt samtida pergamentbd med en delvis utsuddad handskriven titel och en gammal titeletikett av papper. Gamla bläcknoteringar på insidan av främre pärmen och försättsbladet. Det vackra grav. titelbladet obetydligt beskuret i yttre marginalen. Inlagan genomgående fuktfläckig, mer mot slutet. Maskhål i nedre yttre hörnet från s. 173 till slutet. Warmholtz Bibliotheca historica Sueo-Gothica 3797. Detta är första upplagan vilken Warmholtz aldrig hade sett. Arbetet utkom i flera upplagor och översättningar. Författaren, som ofta stavas Borgo, var italienare.
Bookseller: Mats Rehnström [SE]
2012-12-24 18:43:46
OLEARIUS, Adam.
Leipzig, bey Andreas Oehlen, Gedruckt bey Abraham Lambergs sel. Hinterlassenen Erben, 1633. 4:o. (60) s. Häftad, i senare gråpappomslag. Med Lars Dureheds biblioteksstämpel. VD17 23:252306Y. Warmholtz 3819. Planer 224. Med tryckt dedikation till Axel Oxenstierna. Adam Oelschläger eller Olearius (1599-1671) var matematiker, bibliotekarie och orientalist och är väl mest känd som skildrare av sina resor med den Schlesvig-Holsteinska ambassaden till Ryssland och Persien 1633-39. Efter sina resor blev han bibliotekarie hos hertig Fredrik av Holstein i Gottorp, där han dog. Här finns "mycken onödig lärdom" tyckte Warmholtz.
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [Stockholm, Sweden]
2012-12-24 09:50:09
An unbroken record of the Scots Parliament during the two decades leading up to the Protectorate, once the copy of Sir James Hope, Lord Hopetoun, the lawyer and political radical who became the sole Scot to serve on Cromwell's Council of State. Contemporary unlettered calf, the front joint cracking but holding, some browning; the Hopetoun copy with his bookplate on the front pastedown. Printed by Robert Young [etc.] [imprints vary], Edinburgh, 1633-49.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2012-12-23 17:15:38
(ARISTOTE)
à Rouen, chez Jean de La Mare, 1633, in 16, de 152ff. ch., cart. papier marbré moderne genre ancien, qq. ff. restaurés. Cette traduction est attribuée à Georges de La Bouthière. La première édition date de 1554. On y trouve aussi les problèmes de Zimara et ceux d'Alexandre d'Aphrodisie. Questions d'anatomie, des poils, des dents, des ongles, de la copulation, du sperme, des menstrues, de la stérilité, des monstres, des hermaphrodites etc...¶ Barbier III.1048 - Krivatsy n°398 (édit. de 1618)
Bookseller: L'intersigne Livres anciens [France]
2012-11-24 20:51:06
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An unbroken record of the Scots Parliament during the two decades leading up to the Protectorate, once the copy of Sir James Hope, Lord Hopetoun, the lawyer and political radical who became the sole Scot to serve on Cromwell's Council of State. Contemporary unlettered calf, the front joint cracking but holding, some browning; the Hopetoun copy with his bookplate on the front pastedown. Printed by Robert Young [etc.] [imprints vary], Edinburgh, 1633-49.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2012-09-21 15:47:06
[VIETNAM] / BORRI, Cristoforo / ASHLEY, Robert (Trans.)
London: Robert Raworth for Richard Clutterbuck, 1633. Hardcover. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Tastefully bound in ruled red morocco, interior gilt dentelles; title-page dusty and trimmed at upper & outer margins; repaired corner of prelims. Otherwise very good.Rare first edition of the first book on Vietnam in English, an eyewitness account of the commerce, government and cultural life of Cochin-China (central Vietnam) written by the Jesuit missionary Cristoforo Borri and first published in Italian in 1631.Borri begins by marking the kingdom's boundaries, identifying it as a narrow strip of land between Laos and the South China Sea, bordered to the north by Tongking and to the south by Champa. A discussion of the kingdom's fertile land and rich natural resources follows, emphasizing the abundance of fruits, nuts, rice, fish, textiles, domestic stock, and "all other things requisite for the entertainement of a man's life." Silk is produced in such quantities that "the baser sort of people wear it dayly." Gold and silver mines abound, and "the Wood and Timber of this countrey is the best of all the world." Having piqued his readers' curiosity, the author goes on to describe Cochin-China's vibrant commercial climate, declaring it free of the red tape and bureaucratic hostility that so often greeted European traders in East Asia.Borri's 1631 Relazione, a Jesuit missions letter directed at his Catholic superiors and lay readers, was already unusual among works in its genre for devoting a substantial part exclusively to non-religious content. Ashley, the t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Martayan Lan, Inc. [U.S.A.]
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2012-06-29 13:52:55
Sidney, Sir Philip
London: Simon Waterson and R. Young, 1633. "Eighth" Edition. Title within woodcut border. 1 vols. Small folio (269 x 186 mm.). Bound in 19th-century sheep, slightly worn and scuffed, rebacked in later calf. Title trimmed, slightly affecting border, M5 with loss at upper right corner, O6 and R1 with tears, a few stains, last two leaves worn with some slight loss to text. Provenance: Mary Bancroft (contemporary signature and annotations on title and a few leaves); Richard Blacker (signature on title page). Includes "Certain Sonnets," "the Defence of Poesie," "Astrophel and Stella," followed by an untitled piece with first line of caption "Her Most Excellent Majestie walking in Wanstead Garden." The "Epistolary dedication" leaf from James Johnstoun addressed to Prince James, precedes "A Supplement to the Third Book of Arcadia" and "A Remedie for Love"
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2012-06-22 15:14:44
Laet, Joannes de:
Leiden: Elzevier, 1633.. [32],690,[18]pp. plus fourteen double-page maps by Hessel Gerritsz. Sixty- eight woodcuts in text. Half title. Engraved title with elaborate emblematic and architectonic border. Folio. Contemporary calf, covers with double-fillet border in blind, spine in seven compartments with raised bands, the bands flanked by pairs of fillets in blind, painted figure "4" carefully painted in an attractive early calligraphic hand in white paint in the uppermost compartment, red-stained edges, expert restoration to head and foot of spine. In a modern cloth chemise, and modern red morocco- backed cloth slipcase, lettered in gilt on the spine. An exceptional copy of the first Latin edition of "arguably the finest description of the Americas published in the seventeenth century" (Burden). The maps include the first to use the names Manhattan, New Amsterdam (for New York), and Massachusetts, and "one of the foundation maps of Canada" (Burden). This work is one of the most important 17th-century New World histories. It is a cornucopia of early knowledge of the Americas and was compiled by de Laet, a director of the newly formed Dutch West India Company, with access to all the latest geographic knowledge. Pierre François Xavier de Charlevoix, writing in the 18th century, noted that the work as a whole "is full of the most excellent and curious details of the natural history, and the character, manners, and customs of the American aborigines, derived from the reports of the European mission establishments in America." The present first edition in Latin was preceded by tw … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-06-22 13:24:45
Ames, William
Londini [i.e. Amsterdam?]: [W.J. Blaeu? for London] Apud Ioannem Humpfridum [& H. Robinson], 1633 [i.e.,1632]. 12mo (12.5 cm, 4.9"). Four parts in one. [4] ff., 208 pp.; 218; [2], 401, [11] pp. Collection of arguments against Jesuit cardinal Robert Bellarmine (Bellarmino, 1542–1621) by the English theologian William Ames (Amesio, 1576–1633), by its title-page the second edition printed in England. => However ESTC suggests this is a false imprint , printed in Amsterdam for the London firms. A disciple of William Perkins (1558–1602), Ames ran into trouble preaching extreme Puritanism at Cambridge. When his nonconformity prevented his obtaining a preaching license in England, Ames moved to the Netherlands, where he was chaplain to the commander of English forces 1611–19 and wrote many treatises in support of strict Calvinism. Although he hoped to obtain a professorship at Leiden after the Synod of Dort, Ames was prevented by King James himself, who opposed the appointment to such a prestigious post. Ames moved again, to Franeker, where he had been invited by the curators to teach. It was there he composed the present text, a theological treatise against Bellarmine from the Calvinist point of view (first published at Amsterdam in 1625–26). Ames was => invited to America by John Winthrop in 1628 but accepted a post at Rotterdam instead. His family traveled to New England in 1637, a few years after his death. Four parts compose this single volume, which is paginated continuously in the third and fourth part; a separate title-page introduces each section, … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-06-22 09:57:52
SPRECHER, [Fortunatus]
Lugd. Batavorum [Leiden]: Ex Officina Elzeviriana, 1633.. 16mo, 424, (7 Index, 1) pp. Engraved title, marbled paste downs, armorial bookplate of Lord Sinclair. Contemporary calf, a.e.g., covers with double gilt rules, cornerpieces and a central rose, gilt phoenix to the foot of the spine with the motto Rinasce Piu Gloriosa ("It rises again more glorious"), spine rather worn with slight loss to ends. The history of part of Switzerland during Roman times. Willems 392. First published 1617.
Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop (ABA, ILAB) [Lewes, United Kingdom]
2012-06-14 11:05:56
HERBERT, George
Cambride: by Thom. Buck, and Roger Daniel,, 1633. Duodecimo (143 × 77 mm). Skilfully rebound in full tan calf, red morocco label, plain endpapers. Title within typographic border, typographic head- and tailpieces. Title leaf restored in gutter not affecting text or border, some browning and soiling, chiefly marginal, a good copy. First edition of Herbert's poems, collected by his friend Nicholas Ferrar of Little Gidding and posthumously published the same year as those of John Donne, with whom Herbert is often bracketed. Herbert's English poems are notable for their controlled and inventive use of form, expressed in a wide variety of modes and dramatic voices. Using more homely imagery than Donne's extravagant metaphysical conceits, they often echo the Psalms in simplicity of diction and metaphor. "One of Herbert's most influential admirers of the century was T. S. Eliot … Herbert continues to be a major influence on poets writing in English, including – among those in the twentieth century – the American writer Elizabeth Bishop and the Irish poet and critic Seamus Heaney" (ODNB).
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2012-06-12 10:26:46
Boxhorn, Marcus Zuerius.
Amsterdam, Joh. Janssonius, 1633. Erste Ausgabe dieser Sammlung von Texten zur Geschichte Lüttichs verschiedener Autoren wie L. Guiccardini, A. Ortelius, V. Andrea, J. Placnetius usw.; in Art u. Aufmachung der Elzevir-Republiken. - Einband gering berieben bzw. bestoßen. Oberes Kapital m. kl. Fehlstelle durch Wurmfraß. Vorsatzbll. entfernt. Etw. gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig. - Rahir 1858. la Gewicht in Gramm: 350 16°. Mit illustr. Kupfertitel. 3 Bll., 516 S., Ldr. d. Zt. a. 3 Bünden m. Rückenverg. u. goldgepr. Rückenschild. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2012-06-12 02:41:52
Gerard Mercator (1512-1594)
Gerard Mercator (1512-1594) / Jodocus Hondius (1563-1612)Orbis Terrae Novissima DescriptioAmsterdam: 1633 (third state)Hand-colored copperplate engraving29 ½" x 35 ¾" framedFor nearly sixty years, during the most important and exciting period in the story of modern mapmaking, Gerard Mercator was the supreme cartographer, his name, second only to Ptolemy, synonymous with forms of map projection still in use today. His influence transformed land surveying and his research and calculations lead him to break away from Ptolemy's conception of the size and outline of the continents, developing a projection that drastically reduced the longitudinal length of Europe and Asia and altered the shape of the Old World as visualized in the early 16th century. Although not the inventor of this type of projection, Mercator was the first to apply it to navigational charts in such a form that compass bearing could be plotted on charts in straight lines, thereby providing seamen with a solution to an age-old problem of navigation at sea. Mercator's innovations, including the aptly named Mercator projection, continue to be employed in maps produced today, 400 years later.     The geographer died in 1594 after publishing just a few parts of the atlas that he had spent decades preparing. In 1604, after the death of Gerard's son Rumold, the plates for his maps were sold to the great Amsterdam cartographer, Jodocus Hondius, who brought out the first of the so-called "Mercator-Hondius" editions in 1606. Hondius continued to augment and perfect the atlas over the following years, constantly adding n … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-06-10 21:47:42
Ryves (Thomas, Sir)
Apud Robertum Barker, 1633. one folding plate with five woodcuts (in this copy divided into two and bound at the end), some browning and spotting, small square excised from blank area of title-page and repaired, ownership stamp, pp. [viii], 357, 356-491, [3], 8vo, early nineteenth-century European marbled calf, smooth spine divided by triple gilt fillets between decorative pallets, red morocco lettering- and dating-pieces, central gilt tools, boards bordered with a double gilt fillet and a floral roll, a.e.r., a bit rubbed, spine chipped at head, good. Sir Thomas Ryves (d. 1652), a civil lawyer and amateur historian and polemicist, published three books on naval history: the first, 'Historia Navalis, lib. i' was a short treatise which appeared in 1629, and was incorporated into this larger 'Historia Navalis Antiqua' a few years later, covering naval history down to the Roman empire. His third was a further continuation, to 1453, which appeared in 1640. 'In 1683 Samuel Pepys praised Ryves's Historia navalis in fulsome terms, "there being not anything I know of extant in history, so much to the honour of our country as this piece of Sir Thomas Reeves, I am sure, nor so edifying to me upon the subject which above all others I am covetous of information in" (Downshire MSS, 1.18)' (ODNB). Lehmann, in a paper presented at Tropis IV ('Five Centuries before Olympias'), noted that Ryves anticipated the modern consensus on levels of oars - i.e. that no ship had more than three, and larger ships added more oarsmen on each oar. (ESTC S116320)
Bookseller: Blackwell's Rare Books ABA ILAB BA [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2012-05-31 14:49:55
Burgi, Petri Baptistae.
1633. Commentarii Quibus Gostaui Adulphi Suecor Regis in Germania expeditio usque ad ipsius mortem comprehenditur. Leodii, Henric Edelmann 1633. Liten 4:o. (2), Graverad titel,(4),272 s. Senare något nött marmorerat helt kalvskinnband med helt guldsnitt. Rygg rikt förgylld och med fem upphöjda bind. Pärmar med förgylld ramdekor, kantförgyllning samt inre förgyllda denteller. Pärmar med några fläckar. (G. Hedberg, Stockholm). Inlagan delvis något brunfläckad. Duplettstämpel och stämpel på titelblad samt stämpel på dedikationsblad, i kanter. Gammal bläckanteckning i övre marginalen graverat titelblad. På grund av bläckets kvalitet har det delvis ätit sig igenom papperet. (Berör tidigare bibliotekstillhörighet). Exlibris. Modern gåvotillskrift på främre friblad. 22 x 16,5 cm.*Warmholtz 3797. "Denna Uplaga har jag icke sedt".[#\33237]
Bookseller: Antiquaria Bok & Bildantikvariat AB [Göteborg, Sweden]
2012-05-30 20:39:51
Bacon, Francis (1561-1626)
Oxford: Printed by I.L. Printer to the Vniversity, for Thomas Huggins, 1633. 1633, Quarto, 6.75 x 4.8 inches. Third edition. A-Z4, Aa-Tt4. The title page of this copy is browned around the edge and chipped. The following few leaves are a little brittle around the edge as well. Internally the book is in good contemporary condition. Binding rubbed on spine and corners, some scuffing to leather along edges especially lower cover, lower hinge just starting to crack at top, armorial bookplate on first pastedown, title page and last page expertly laid down on paper, lacking final blank leaf, title page dusty and faintly stained in margin, 'TWO' partly inked in at top of title page, faint staining to lower corners of following 7 leaves, pages age-toned throughout, minute patch of worming at lower edge of 3 leaves, briefˇ ink note to 5 margins, a few pages have neat ink marks in the margin, mispagination in 3 places. This copy is bound in seventeenth century speckled English sheepskin boards, ruled with a triple fillet around the border of each board. The volume has been recently rebacked. One original end leaf is present before the title, two are found after the last leaf of text. although one has had its lower corner torn away. No later end leaves have been added. Bacon [...] set himself down to work on his philosophy, that scheme for men's education which had been in his mind so long. Planning now in earnest and committing his plans to paper, Bacon called this first book the Advancement of Learning. [...] Bacon wrote out a preliminary brief statement, [...] 'The Interpretation … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: James Gray Bookseller [U.S.A.]
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2012-05-30 15:18:57
Petau (Petavius) D.
- De Backer-S. VI, 600f. - vgl. Graesse V, 218.- Spätere Ausgabe der erstmals Paris 1633 erschienen Universialgeschichte. Die Kupfertafeln mit je mehreren kl. Porträt-Medaillons. Die Karten zeigen Alte Welt, Europa mit Nordafrika, Mittelmeer (3), Vorderasien u. Südrußland.- Titel gestempelt, nur leicht gebräunt u. wenig fleckig, Ebd. berieben u. bestoßen.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller [Austria]
2012-05-30 12:26:09
BRATHWAITE, Richard (1588?-1673)
London: Printed by Felix Kyngston [and R. Badger], and are to be sold by Robert Bostocke at his shop at the signe of the Kings head in P, 1633. London: Printed by Felix Kyngston [and R. Badger], and are to be sold by Robert Bostocke at his shop at the signe of the Kings head in Pauls Church-yard, 1633. Full Calf. Near Fine. Second Edition, revised, corrected and enlarged (though Church calls it a "paginary reprint of the First," which it appears to be). Small 4to: [24],456,[4]pp, with additional, engraved emblematic title page, signed "Ro: Vaughan fecit." Bound to style in modern paneled calf, spine in five compartments decorated in blind, black morocco lettering piece gilt, gilt date stamped at foot, end papers renewed. Internally, few penciled marks, very occasional foxing, otherwise clean and bright except for first and final few leaves (engraved title page evenly toned and edge-worn, as is the title page, though less so). Collated and complete but for the folding letterpress explanation of the emblematic title page ('Draught of the Frontispi[e]ce'), which often seems wanting. Wither to Prior 67. Church Library 192. Newberry (Courtesy Books) 207. ESTC Citation No. S104637. One of the crucial conduct books of the 17th century for the rising gentry (first published in 1630), copies of which arrived in colonial America with the earliest settlers, describing the attributes of an English Gentleman in eight categories (as depicted on the emblematic title page): youth, disposition, education, vocation, recreation, acquaintance, moderation, and perfection. Known to earlier ag … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-05-29 17:11:19
[Charles I]
London: John Barker. 1633. Second Edition. Hardcover. 19th century three quarter morocco over marbled boards, spine ends and corners rubbed, bookplate on front pastedown and manuscript notes on ffep, pamphlet lacks first and final blank leaves, leaf A4r with variant headpiece showing David with a harp, test clean and bright. , The Declaration of Sports was a declaration made in 1617 by James I to settle a dispute in Lancashire. The following year it James decided to make the declaration applicable to the whole nation and the "Declaration to His Subiects, Concerning Lawfull Sports to Bee Vsed" was published. This copy is of the reissue made by Charles I in 1633. The main body of the text is the same as that of the earlier declaration with the addition of a new introduction and conclusion. These added wakes and ales to the list of sanctioned recreations. The book was disliked by puritans, who considered playing sports on the sabbath an abomination, and part of its original purpose had been to limit the puritan influence. Charles went further than his father in attempting to impose his religious ideas on the nation and ordered that any minister who refused to read the declaration be deprived of his position. Given the upheavals in England during the middle of the 17th century the 'Book of Sports' seems relatively unimportant. It did however provide a focus for popular resentment toward the reforms of Archbishop Laud and as puritan power grew in the run up to the Civil War hostility to the 'Book of Sports' grew and in 1634, after the outbreak of the war, Parliam … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-05-28 10:24:15
LAET (Johannes de)]
Lugd. Batav. Ex officina Elzeviriana, 1633. 1633 - 1 vol. in-24 (105 x 55 mm.) de 374 pp., [4] ff. (Index). Titre-frontispice gravé par C. Cl. Dusend, 8 gravures à pleine page in-texte. Plein veau d'époque, dos à nerfs orné de fleurs de lys et titré en lettres dorées, filet doré d'encadrement des plats. (Feuillet 369-370 avec léger manque au texte, comblé en facsimilé. Coins et dos restaurés). Première édition elzevirienne ornée de 8 planches dans le texte représentant des costumes turcs du XVIIIe siècle. Jean de Laet (1593-1649) fut directeur de la compagnie néerlandaise des Indes orientales. Il rédigea une série de travaux géographiques afin de présenter à ses partenaires financiers et clients les différents pays avec lesquels la Compagnie commerçait : topographie, climat, agriculture, religion, coutumes, type de gouvernement et ressources économiques. Engraved title, signed CC Dufend, with a full length portrait of a Persian holding a cartouche with title, 8 full page woodcuts, floriated woodcut initials and headpieces. Very good copy in contemporary binding. First editions of this interesting work on Persia and Arabia, designed for of investors interested in the opportunities afforded by the trade opening up in the New World and the East, especially clients of the relatively new Dutch West and East India companies. De Laet (best known for his History of the New World), was a founding director of the Dutch West India Company, and remained a director until his death. He dedicated the first work to the English antiquary William Boswell, having spent some time in London, to … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Les Trois Islets
2012-05-25 10:31:17
Gerarde John
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 mo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc. [U.S.A.]
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2012-05-22 23:35:23
De Laet, Johannes; Gerritsz, Hessel
The Amazon and Orinoco River as seen by the Duth in the 17th century. 1633. Leyden. Folded as issued, now flattened, fine colouring, lower right margin with a small paper loss far from printed image. 392 mm x 296 mm; 356 mm x 282 mm. A foundation map, included in Laet and Gerritsz´ Nieuwe wereldt ofte Beschrijvinghe van West-Indien; extends from North West Venezuela to Brazil, and shows the mouth of what are arguably South America´s most important Rivers. Gerritsz was a Dutch cartographer, apprenticed to Blaeu and chosen over him after starting his own business; he gained the appointment of cartographer to the Dutch East –and West- India Company, his are in many cases foundation maps for several regions of the Americas, later used as prototypes by Blaeu & Hondius. Most of his work exists only in manuscript and these maps often are the only Gerritsz maps available to the collector today. 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, a position that enabled him to gain access to updated sources of information, both from the Company’s archives and seamen.
Bookseller: HS Rare Books [Capital Federal, CAP, Argentina]
2012-05-19 11:06:16
Soter Henrik - Bureus Andreas
Ex Officina Elzeviriana, 1633. In-24° (115x61mm), pp. (6), 306, (1), legatura coeva p. pergamena rigida con unghie e con titolo manoscritto in antico alla cuffia superiore. Frontespizio figurato inciso su rame con ritratto di un re svedese incoronato da due angeli, uno dei quali brandente una spada, due figure allegoriche femminili, il blasone dei Re di Svezia. Testatine e capilettera ornati in tecnica xilografica. Antico ex-libris manoscritto al margine superiore del frontespizio. Esemplare assai bello con qualche usuale e leggera brunitura. Seconda edizione, posteriore di due anni alla prima, di questa summa della storia svedese pubblicata con tipi elzeviriani; la prima parte, "geographica et politica descriptio", è composta da Andreas Bureus (1571-1646), mentre le restanti sono dovute alla penna di Henrik Soter (XVI-XVII secolo). Willems, Les Elzevier, 394. Rahir, 340. Warmholtz, 6694. Berghman, 1803. Collijn, col. 900. 24mo (115x61mm), pp. (6), 306, (1), contemporary binding in full vellum with squares and anciently handwritten title on the upper spine-end. Figurated title-page engraved on copper with a portrait of a swedish king crowned by angels, allegorical figures, etc. Some customary foxing. A very good copy. Second edition - the first edition was printed two years before - of this summary of the history of Sweden printed by the Elzeviers. The first part, "Geographica et politica descriptio", was written by Andreas Bureus (1571-1646), while the other parts were composed by Henrik Soter (XVI-XVIIth Century).
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Galleria Gilibert [IT]
2012-05-19 11:04:17
SWEDEN)
Lugd. Batav. [Leiden]: Ex Officina Elzeviriana 1633 - Second edition, 16mo, (vi), 306 pp. Engraved title, one leaf torn across with a small tear to the previous leaf also, marbled paste downs, armorial bookplate of Lord Sinclair. Contemporary calf, a.e.g., covers with double gilt rules, cornerpieces and a central rose, gilt phoenix to the foot of the spine with the motto Rinasce Piu Gloriosa ("It rises again more glorious"), spine a little worn with loss to top. Willems 394.
Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop (ABA, ILAB)
2012-05-19 07:59:31
TASSIN .
Slnd, (Tassin 1633). - 57 x42 cm. Exemplaire sans le Neptune sur son char marin. Christophe Tassin, commissaire ordinaire des guerres, viendra un temps à la librairie et à l'édition. Ingénieur géographe du roi en 1631, il obtient le privilège de dix ans de faire " imprimer, vendre et débiter par qui bon lui semblera les cartes générales et particulières de France et des Royaumes". En trois ans de 1633 à 1635, il fit paraître toute son oeuvre gravée puis vendit son privilège. Ses ouvrages sont des oeuvres de grande vulgarisation à l' usage des voyageurs et des militaires.
Bookseller: Librairie BERTRAN [France]
2012-05-17 13:31:10
William Langham
London - Printed by Thomas Harper, 1633 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. An uncommon second edition of William Langham's The Garden of Health. An important herbal where the author details 'very many and strange effects and operations of all sorts of Simples, gathered by the long experience and trauell of the Author'. Rebound in leather with gilt lettering and blindstamped border decoration. Second Edition, Corrected and Amended. Uncommon. The firstfour leavesof this edition are in facsimile. The facsimile pages arefrom the First Edition, however the overall pagination matches that of the Second Edition, as noted on the ESTC record, S108241. The Garden of Health is an extensivedictionary of the medicinal use of plants. As the title page states, William Langham was a Practicioner in Phisicke and first published A Garden of Health in 1597. Condition: The binding is tight and firm. There is very mild wear to the extremities, including very mild bumping and rubbing. Internally the pages have some slight browning with the occasional spotting or handling mark. The book is slightly close trimed but only rarely touching any text. There is the very occasional marginal annotation. Pages 16-32 and 230-295 have browned tidemarking, that does not affect the visibility to the text. Thereare small closed tears or very small chips to the edges of pages 627 - 687, and 131several of which have been profesionally repaired. There are numerous earlyink inscriptions to the margins of the reareight pages. Overall the condition is very good..
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2012-05-13 21:03:40
Micraelius, Johannes.
1633. (64), 319, (1) SS., Zw.titel, (4), 321-823, (1) SS., Zw.titel, (6), 825-1428, (28) SS., l. w. Bl. Mit gest., ill. Titel und 4 mehrf. gefalt. gedr. Tafeln. Pergamentband der Zeit auf drei durchzogenen Bünden mit übergreifenden Deckelkanten. Rücken mit Spuren von zeitgenöss. Kalkung und eines abgelösten Rückenschildchens. Dreiseitiger Farbschnitt. 8vo. Zweite Ausgabe (erstmals 1627 erschienen). - Der pommersche Theologe und Historiker J. Micraelius (eigtl. Lütkeschwager; 1597-1658), Sohn eines Archidiakons, "wurde 1624 Prof. der Rhetorik, 1641 Rektor und Prof. der Theologie und Philosophie am fürstlichen Pädagogium in Stettin. 1649 wurde er an der Univ. Greifswald zum Dr. theol. promoviert, an der er seit 1656 Prokanzler war. Micraelius verfaßte einige dramatische Werke, [...] Bedeutung erlangte er jedoch hauptsächlich durch seine historischen Arbeiten" (DBE). - Papierbedingt gleichmäßig gebräunt, aber im ganzen sauber. Das Titelkupfer zeigt die von exotischen Tieren, Eingeborenen und Fabelwesen bevölkerte Erdkugel mit Füllhörnern, Schatztruhen und Allegorien der Muße, darüber das Tetragrammaton im Strahlenkranz (gering braunfleckig mit stecknadelkopfgr. Durchbruch). Papierbedingt gleichmäßig gebräunt, aber im ganzen sauber. Selten; seit 1970 nicht auf Auktionen nachweisbar. VD 17, 23:253355C. ADB XXI, 700. Nicht bei Jantz oder Faber du Faur.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [AT]
2012-05-12 21:40:20
Jansson, Joannes - Hondius, Henricus
Amsterdam, 1633. Latin text on verso., Size : 352x457 (mm), 13.875x18 (Inches), Hand Colored Very good, some marginal tears professionally restored hardly noticeable.
Bookseller: Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2012-05-11 15:22:38
The First KJV Bible Printed in Scotland - KING JAMES VERSION .
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 A … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-05-10 21:06:10
Fletcher, Phineas
Cambridge: Printers to the Universitie, 1633 - Of the first poem, Osler remarks that it is an "elaborate allegorical description of the human body, with anatomical notes . " The "Piscatory Eclogues" have a separate title and pagination, and "the inner meaning of the poem, is rather amorous than piscatorial", according to Westwood & Satchell First edition. 4to. [14], 181, [3, blank], [2, second title], [2, blank], 96, 101-130, [2] pp. Collation: - 4 ( 3 and 4 reversed), A-Z4, *2 (*1 a blank and *2 reversed), A-M4, O-R4. Contemporary paneled calf, spine gilt, joints cracked but cords holding, title page repaired on verso, some browning throughout, a few leaves trimmed close at upper margin, half of binder's rfep excised, contemporary Welsh annotations to paste-downs, in custom chemise and slipcase. STC 11082; Hayward 67; Pforzheimer 376; Bibliotheca Osleriana 4810; Westwood & Satchell, p. 95 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA
2012-05-10 21:06:10
Fletcher, Phineas
Cambridge: Printers to the Universitie, 1633. First edition. [14], 181, [3, blank], [2, second title], [2, blank], 96, 101-130, [2] pp. Collation: ¶-¶¶4 (¶3 and ¶4 reversed), A-Z4, *2 (*1 a blank and *2 reversed), A-M4, O-R4. 1 vols. 4to. Contemporary paneled calf, spine gilt, joints cracked but cords holding, title page repaired on verso, some browning throughout, a few leaves trimmed close at upper margin, half of binder's rfep excised, contemporary Welsh annotations to paste-downs, in custom chemise and slipcase. Of the first poem, Osler remarks that it is an "elaborate allegorical description of the human body, with anatomical notes ... " The "Piscatory Eclogues" have a separate title and pagination, and "the inner meaning of the poem, is rather amorous than piscatorial", according to Westwood & Satchell.
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2012-05-10 09:04:02
GERARD, JOHN
London: Printed by Adam Islip, Joice Norton, and Richard Whitakers, 1633. First Edition of Johnson's Revision. Hardcover. 362 x 241 mm (14 1/4 x 9 1/2"). [40], 1634 (wrongly numbered 1630), [50] pp. First Edition of Johnson's Revision. Recent mottled calf in the style of the period by Courtland Benson, raised bands flanked by double gilt rules, second spine compartment with red morocco label, intricate gilt centerpiece in each of the other compartments. Engraved title with border of vignettes (one a portrait of Gerard), decorative and historiated headpieces and initials, and 2,766 WOODCUTS OF PLANTS IN TEXT. Dedication page with ownership inscription of Thomas Daniell, 1775(?); 17th century inscription at end by "Henery Godfry of Sumersham in the County of Huntington"; front pastedown with modern bookplates of J. B. Holzinger and "Starkenstein" (see below). Hunt 223; Nissen 698; STC 11751; Brunet II, 1548 ("édition . . . préférable"). Title page a bit rumpled and with moderate soiling (margins more so and with several tiny frayed spots along fore edge), final dozen leaves of index a little ragged along top edge (no loss), faint browning at edges on most leaves, text with occasional minor stains and other imperfections, but still AN EXCELLENT, SURPRISINGLY CRISP AND CLEAN, COPY of a book increasingly difficult to find in agreeable condition, and in an unworn expertly crafted retrospective binding. This is quite an excellent copy, and rare thus, of one of the most famous herbals ever published in England. The work made the barber-surgeon and horticulturist Gerard (154 … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-05-08 15:46:40
Micraelius, Johann (1597-1658):
Gedruckt im Jahr, 1633. 19 cm. 48 nichtnumerierte Blatt. Rückenheftstreifen. *VD17 23:254516Z. - Micraelius war ein Historiker und Schulrektor in Pommern. er wurde hauptsächlich als Historiker und Chronist bekannt (u.a. eine mehrbändige Pommernchronik), er publizierte jedoch auch einige dramatische Werke. - Sauber und sehr gut erhalten. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 200
Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun [Gengenbach, Germany]
2012-04-14 23:22:19
Claudius Galen [Claudii Galeni] [Claudius Galinus]
(Leyden): Lugduni Batavorum(1633). 32mo - over 4" - 5" tall. Claudii Galeni In Aphorismos Hippocratis commentaria.-- Editio nouissima, à multis... diligenter repurgata ab Adriano Toll....-- Lugduni Batavorum : ex officina Ioannis Maire, 1633 Maire, Jean; Foës, Anuce. In very good shape save for some overall general soiling to the vellum as would be expected and a cracked inner front hinge. There are some handwritten words, perhaps names of previous owners and some tiny notes on the title page.Title-page with small woodcut vignette.BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES: CLAUDIUS GALEN (131-201), was physician to five Roman emperors. He was a teacher, philosopher, pharmacist and leading scientist of his day. During his life he produced five hundred books and treatises on all aspects of medical science and philosophical subjects and his ideas were to formulate many of the scientific beliefs which dominated medical thinking for about 1 500 years. Galen was the great compiler and systemiser of Greco-Roman medicine, physiology, pharmacy and anatomy. Because he displayed a view of God and nature shared by the Christians of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, he was regarded by them as a fellow-Christian. This goes some way to account for the attitude of the Church towards free thinkers such as Paracelsus who challenged Galen's teachings. Galen's influence can be still seen today. The word "galenic" is used to describe drugs and medicines made from vegetable and animal ingredients using prescribed methods.. Latin, Greek. Book Condition: Very Good. Binding: Original Vellum
Bookseller: M Benjamin Katz FineBooksRareManuscripts [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2012-04-13 10:30:37
. Kol. Kupferstich v. Nicolaes Visscher I. b. Claes Janszoon Visscher in Amsterdam, dat. 1633, 45,5 x 53,5 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Nicht bei Campbell (Campbell kennt nur Ausgaben von 1632 u. 1657)! - Vgl. Campbell, Claes Jansz. Visscher: A Hundred Maps Described (MCS No. 46), Nr. 49 u. 50. - Zeigt die Herzogtümer Jülich, Kleve, Berg mit der Grafschaft Mark. - Unten rechts Insetkarte der Grafschaft Ravensberg. - Oben links Titelkartusche. - Unten links Verlegeradresse mit Datierung.
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2012-04-01 21:06:00
LAET, Johannes de (1593-1649).
Leiden: Elzevir, 1633. - Folio (12 6/8 x 8 4/8 inches). Half-title, engraved architectural title-page, 14 engraved double-page maps by Hessel Gerritsz (very browned), numerous woodcut illustrations of plants, animals and inhabitants of the New World in text. Contemporary vellum, yapp fore-edges, title written in manuscript on the spine. Provenance: early annotations to verso of the front free endpaper. First Edition in Latin, first published as "Nieuwe Wereldt ofte Beschrijvinghe van West-Indien" in Leiden in 1625. "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. Winsor referred to Laet's book as the standard seventeenth-century work on New Netherland" (Streeter sale I:37). De Laet was a director of the Dutch West India Company, and so had access to the latest information, both from the company's personnel and from the archives. Although an important record - and perhaps the best seventeenth-century account - of the Americas, the real significance of the book is the suite of maps used to illustrate it, drawn by Hessel Gerritsz, official mapmaker to the Dutch West India Company and to the East India Company, chosen in preference to Willem Blaeu. De Laet maintained the currency of subsequent editions by adding events as they occurred, making this the most complete edition, recording the sacking of Bahia, the conquest of Olinda, Itamaraca, Parahiba, and Rio Grande do Norte. There is also a contemporary marginal note in English (p. 259) disputing a cla … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries - Aradernyc [U.S.A.]
2012-04-01 21:06:00
LAET, Johannes de (1593-1649).
Leiden: Elzevir, 1633. Folio (12 6/8 x 8 4/8 inches). Half-title, engraved architectural title-page, 14 engraved double-page maps by Hessel Gerritsz (very browned), numerous woodcut illustrations of plants, animals and inhabitants of the New World in text. Contemporary vellum, yapp fore-edges, title written in manuscript on the spine. Provenance: early annotations to verso of the front free endpaper. First Edition in Latin, first published as "Nieuwe Wereldt ofte Beschrijvinghe van West-Indien" in Leiden in 1625. "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... Winsor referred to Laet's book as the standard seventeenth-century work on New Netherland" (Streeter sale I:37). De Laet was a director of the Dutch West India Company, and so had access to the latest information, both from the company's personnel and from the archives. Although an important record - and perhaps the best seventeenth-century account - of the Americas, the real significance of the book is the suite of maps used to illustrate it, drawn by Hessel Gerritsz, official mapmaker to the Dutch West India Company and to the East India Company, chosen in preference to Willem Blaeu. De Laet maintained the currency of subsequent editions by adding events as they occurred, making this the most complete edition, recording the sacking of Bahia, the conquest of Olinda, Itamaraca, Parahiba, and Rio Grande do Norte. There is also a contemporary marginal note in English (p. 259) disputin … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-03-28 18:30:50
ROSSET ( F. de )
A Rouen chez Jean de La Mare en 1633. " .Ou sous des Noms empruntezs sont contenus les Amours de plusieurs Princes, Seigneurs, Gentilshommes, et autres personnes de marque, qui ont trompé leurs Maistresses, ou qui ont esté trompez d'elles ".640 pages. Page de titre avec gravure. Ex-libris Ph.- de Bordes de Fortage. Ouvrage en très bel état. Reliure en velin d'époques, avec rabats. Titre imprimé au dos et date en queue. Livres
Bookseller: Librairie Laurencier [Bordeaux, AQUIT, France]
2012-03-14 00:57:11
Church of England. Constitutions and canons. 1603. English.
Pr. by John Norton, for Joyce Norton, and Richard Whitaker, London, 1633. A translation of Constitutiones sive canones ecclesiastici. Several editions give this publishing information and date; this is one of the few that seem actually to have been printed in 1633 as opposed to 1640 or later. The Constitutions and Canons Ecclesiastical was an assemblage of rulings given equal force with the canon law, although the rulings themselves were not based on canon law. Small 4to. [60] ff. STC (rev. ed.) 10076; ESTC S101555. Removed from a nonce volume. A very nice, clean copy with an array of marginal markings ? Xs, asterisks, "vid.," and the odd hand-with-pointing-finger.
Bookseller: SessaBks (ABAA, ILAB) [Philadelphia, PA, U.S.A.]
2012-03-02 05:55:01
Bacon, Francis
Oxford: Printed by I.L. Printer to the University, for Thomas Huggins, 1633 Third edition. 335pp., Many pages mis-numbered but collates complete, old repair to last page, backed onto paper, bound in contemporary calf, boards triple ruled in blind, early professional rebacking with endpapers renewed, spine flat with title gilt. A very good copy of this early edition of Bacon's work..
Bookseller: Charles Parkhurst Rare Books, Inc.
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2012-02-24 10:37:02
Grotius, Hugo,
Lugd. Batavorum (Leiden), ex officina Elzeviriana 1633. Mit einem gestochenen Frontispiz, 308 Seiten 12°, braun mellierte alte Pp mit gedrucktem Rückentitel SEHR SELTENER TITEL IN EINEM SCHÖNEN FESTEN EXEMPLAR mit schönen gestochenen Initialen und herrlichen Kopf- und Schluss-Vignetten sowie einem sauberen alten Bibliotheksstempel. Hugo Grotius war einer der wichtigsten Rechtsgelehrten des 17. Jahrhunderts und galt als ein Wunderkind. Bereits als 12-Jähriger trat er in die Universität Leiden ein und lenkte schon frühzeitig die Aufmerksamkeit des großen J. J. Scaliger auf sich. Er promovierte zum Doktor der Rechte und verfasste 1604 als 21-Jähriger aus Anlass eines Rechtsfalles, bei dem es um das Eigentum an einer portugisischen Galeone ging, die in der Meerenge von Malakka gekapert wurden war, eine Abhandlung mit dem Titel "De jure praedae" ("Über das Recht am Raube"). Es enthält bereits die Grundgedanken seines späteren Hauptwerkes, blieb aber bis 1868 unveröffentlicht. Lediglich ein Kapitel daraus wurde 1609 zunächst anonym unter dem Titel "Mare Liberum" ("Das freie Meer") veröffentlicht. Die katholische Kirche indiziert "Mare liberum" umgehend, da es die päpstliche Weltordnung untergrub. Grotius formulierte hier einen revolutionären neuen Grundsatz, indem er erklärte, die Meere seien internationale Gewässer und alle Nationen hätten das Recht, sie zur Handelsschifffahrt zu nutzen. 1925 schrieb er binnen eines Jahres sein Meisterwerk "De jure Belli ac Pacis" (Über das Kriegs- und Friedensrecht), das ihn in ganz Europa berühmt machte. Dieses Werk, das für die späteren Auff … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Im Baldreit [Baden-Baden, Germany]
2012-02-10 20:51:01
Galenus, Clausius
ex officina J. Maire, Lugduni Batavorum [i.e. Leiden], 1633. 12 mo, early sheep, woodcut printer's device on title page, [4], 800, [22] pp. Covers well rubbed, but sound, small tear at top of spine, old monastic rubberstamp on title page, internally fairly clean; overall very good. Claudious Galenus (131-201 AD), better known as Galen, was a Greek physician. His views on medicine would dominate Europe for over a thousand years. He lived in Rome for many years, and performed many vivisections of animals, wrote many works, and lectured extensively. He would also transmit Hippocratic medicine to modern times. In this work, Galen provides Hippocratic proverbs relating to health. This includes medical advice on disease prevention, and benefits of moderation in lifestyle.
Bookseller: Nicholas D. Riccio Rare Books, ABAA [Florham Park, NJ, U.S.A.]
2012-01-04 20:02:39
Smith, Thomas, Sir, 1513-1577
1633. Printed by Will. Stansby for I. Smethwicke, and are to be sold at his shop in Saint Dunstanes Church-yard, [12], 285, [3] p. ; 12mo, with a final colophon leaf present, lacks additional engraved title page, quarter calf, recent reback, spine with five raised bands, blind lines, contrasting label and gilt title, marbled boards, handsome piece of early English printing. Please note lack of engraved title page, but otherwise complete. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Celsus Books [London, United Kingdom]
2011-12-21 22:23:05
. Altkolorierter Kupferstich aus L' Appendice De L' Atlas ... b. Henricus Hondius in Amsterdam, 1633, 37,5 x 49,5 (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, 3790:1.1; Pistor-Smeets, Die Fossa Eugenina, S. 72, Nr. 3.1.4.1. - 1. Ausgabe (noch ohne den Belagerungsring um Rheinberg - erschien nur 1633 in diesem Zustand!) - Zeigt das Gebiet von Xanten bis Moers entlang des Rhein und dem Maaslauf von Belfeld (NL) u. Wanssum (NL) sowie den Kanal zwischen beiden Flüssen. - Unten rechts Titelkartusche. - Unten links Kartusche mit Meilenzeiger und Verlegeradresse. - Am unteren Rand mittig Erklärungen.
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2011-10-22 18:33:27
Dürlinger Joseph)
ÖBL I, 202 - Wetzer/Welte X, 1633.- Alle erschienen Hefte in einem Band: I. Band mit den Flachgauer Gemeinden komplett!.- Es erschienen 5 Hefte: Decanat Bergheim, Decanat St.Georgen, Decanat Kestendorf, Decanat Thalgau, Decanat Hallein.- Vom II. Band erschien nur das Heft Tamsweg.- Titel gestempelt, tls. etw. stockfleckig, Ebd, etw. berieben, oberes Kapitel eingerissen. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller [Salzburg, Austria]
2011-10-09 16:02:19
Curzio Rufo
ex Officina Elzeviriana, Lugd. Batavorum 1633 - Splendida legatura coeva in marocchino rosso con cornici oro ai piatti. Nervi, ricchi fregi e titolo oro su tassello nero al ds. Dentelle e tagli oro. Carte di guardia marmorizzate con disegni a pettine. Ex libris Biblioteca Wardington . Ottimo esemplare. Prima edizione elzeviriana, seconda tiratura. Willems, 381. 12mo (cm. 11,9), 6 cc.nn. (compreso frontis. interamente inciso e un ritratto di Alessandro Magno), 364 pp., 12 cc.nn. Una carta geografica f.t. più volte rip.
Bookseller: Ex Libris s.r.l.
2011-09-09 09:22:12
PASQUIER ETIENNE
Chez Martin Colet, Paris, 1633. 1019 pages + Table. Gravures en noir et blanc (portrait) en frontispice et en page de titre. Bandeaux et lettrines illustrés en noir. Reliure du XIXe siècle en demi-veau vert. Auteur, titre, bandeaux et filets dorés sur le dos à faux-nerfs (ainsi que motifs en dorure à froid). Petit manque en surface du 1er plat. Bords des plats frottés. Plats légèrement tachés. Texte bien lisible sur pages en bon état. Par Estienne Pasquier, Conseiller et Advocat Général du Roy en la Chambre des Comptes de Paris. Augmenté en cest dernière édition de trois Livres entiers, outre plusieurs Chapitres entrelassez en chacun des autres Livres, tirez de la Bibliothèque de l'Auteur. Frontispice: Nulla Hic Paschasio Manus Est, Lex Cincia Quippe Caussidicos Nullas Sanxit Habere Manus. In-Folio Relié demi-cuir. Etat d'usage. 1er plat abîmé. Dos frotté. Intérieur acceptable Classification Dewey : 94.2-Livres anciens XVII ème. .
Bookseller: Le-Livre [SABLONS, France]
2011-08-30 22:29:36
Thomas and John Jewel] [Cranmer
London: Printed by Iohn [John] Norton, for Ioyce [Joyce] Norton and Richard Whitaker, 1633. Leather Bound. Very Good. 7 1/2 x 10 1/2 inches. Small folio. Two volumes bound as one. Vol. 1: [10] + 98 (75-76 misnumbered) + [2]. Vol. 2: [4] + 320 + [4] pages. A good strong printing in single column black letter with Roman titles and page headers. Includes elaborate woodcut title page and final "Thankes-giving for the Suppression of the last Rebellion" and Colophon. With old ownership inscriptions of C. Combe (dated July 17, 1836), William Becket (dated 1756) and death record of Benjamin Becket (died July 17, 1836) on endpapers. Title page chipped and worn with loss at edges. Last two leaves with marginal losses not affecting text. One small work track (approx. 1 cm) in extreme top margin of a few pages of the second tome. Occasional dampstain or smudge, mostly at margins of first and last few pages. A few small unobtrusive library stamps in margins. Bound in full modern brown leather with red spine label with title and date in gilt. The first volume is attributed to Thomas Cranmer and others. ESTCS119273. The second was likely compiled by John Jewel. ESCTS119270. King Charles the Martyr's Edition of Queen Elizabeth's Sermons.
Bookseller: St. Wulfstan's Books [U.S.A.]
2011-06-18 15:34:12
[Charles I]
London: John Barker. 1633. Second Edition. Hardcover. 19th century three quarter morocco over marbled boards, spine ends and corners rubbed, bookplate on front pastedown and manuscript notes on ffep, pamphlet lacks first and final blank leaves, leaf A4r with variant headpiece showing David with a harp, test clean and bright. , The Declaration of Sports was a declaration made in 1617 by James I to settle a dispute in Lancashire. The following year it James decided to make the declaration applicable to the whole nation and the "Declaration to His Subiects, Concerning Lawfull Sports to Bee Vsed" was published. This copy is of the reissue made by Charles I in 1633. The main body of the text is the same as that of the earlier declaration with the addition of a new introduction and conclusion. These added wakes and ales to the list of sanctioned recreations. The book was disliked by puritans, who considered playing sports on the sabbath an abomination, and part of its original purpose had been to limit the puritan influence. Charles went further than his father in attempting to impose his religious ideas on the nation and ordered that any minister who refused to read the declaration be deprived of his position. Given the upheavals in England during the middle of the 17th century the 'Book of Sports' seems relatively unimportant. It did however provide a focus for popular resentment toward the reforms of Archbishop Laud and as puritan power grew in the run up to the Civil War hostility to the 'Book of Sports' grew and in 1634, after the outbreak of the war, Parliam … [Click Below for Full Description]
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