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2011-02-01 23:52:41
KIRCHENDIENER - NÜRNBERG -
1633. 4to. Cont. full pigskin over wood, 3 raised bands. Very richly blindtooled. An oval blindtooled medaillon on frontcover having the inscription "BIB. NOR." and the year 1633. Binding a little rubbed. Remains of clasps. Title in red a. black. Slight browning to leaves. Fine woodcut initials, 16 pp. with music, woodcut coat of arms on title.
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2011-02-01 07:28:18
LAET, Joannes de (1593-1649)
Leiden: Elzevier, 1633. Folio. (13 3/16 x 8 5/8 inches). Half-title. Engraved title with elaborate emblematic and architectonic border, 14 double-page engraved maps by Hessel Gerritsz, 68 woodcut illustrations. 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 the spine, modern cloth chemise, 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 Francois Xavier de Charlevoix (1682-1761,) 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 fir … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2011-02-01 07:28:18
LAET, Joannes de (1593-1649)
Leiden: Elzevier, 1633. Folio. (13 1/8 x 8 1/2 inches). Engraved title with elaborate emblematic and architectonic border, 14 double-page engraved maps by Hessel Gerritsz, 68 woodcut illustrations. Near- contemporary marbled calf gilt, the covers with a large central shaped arabesque of strap-work, scrolling foliage, flowers and pomegranates, all within a simple outer border of a single fillet and a dog-tooth roll, expertly rebacked to style, spine in seven compartments with raised bands, lettered in gilt in the second, the others with repeat decoration in gilt, comb-marbled pastedowns. The first Latin edition of "arguably the finest description of the Americas published in the seventeenth century...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 which was compiled by de Laet, a director of the newly formed Dutch West India Company who had access to all the latest geographic knowledge. Pierre Francois Xavier de Charlevoix (1682-1761), 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 two editions in Dutch (the first of which was published in 1625). De Laet … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-10-18 03:22:55
Gaspar Hurtado S. J. (1575 - 1646).
Officina Plantiniana Balthasaris Moreti, Antwerpen 1633 2. Auflage. Schweinsleder-Einband Erfreulich Gut Text Latein. Editio secunda, varie aucta & emendata. Drei Bände in einem, so vollständig. Schweinsledereinband mit guter Bindung, durchaus merkliche, aber normale Altersspuren, Rückentitel getuscht, auf Titelseite Provenienzmarkierungen von sehr alten Händen, Buchblock vollständig, außer Vor-/Nachsatzseiten weitestgehend unverletzt, durchgehend sanft fleckig, nachgebräunt, 3 Bl., 640 Seiten, zweispaltig gedruckt, plus ca. 65 Seiten Index Tractatum und Index Rerum, zahlreiche Vignetten, Buchschmuck gezeichnete/dekorierte Initialen. Insgesamt sehr ordentlich. Nur als Paket. 22 x 32.5 Cm. 1,85 Kg. +++ Stichwörter: ALTE DRUCKE THEOLOGIE SAKRAMENTE TAUFE STRAFE INQUISITION EUCHARISTIE EHE ZENSUR DISPUTATIONEN Versand D: 5,50 EUR ALTE DRUCKE THEOLOGIE SAKRAMENTE TAUFE STRAFE INQUISITION EUCHARISTIE EHE ZENSUR DISPUTATIONEN
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clement [Bonn, Germany]
2010-10-09 19:32:32
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. 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. 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. STC 11082; Hayward 67; Pforzheimer 376; Bibliotheca Osleriana 4810; Westwood & Satchell, p. 95
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [US]
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2010-08-23 14:19:26
CAMPY, David De Planis.:
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, 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 wih no loss of text, couple of small ink marks on final woodcut. Text block tight and firm. Acceptable defective copy of very rare book, ( … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton
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2010-05-31 00:49:32
Henricus Hondius
c.1633. Art Source International is proud to offer rare maps produced in 1633 by one of the dominant map-making houses of the 1630%27s. The atlas that this map is attributed to was first published in 1633 by Henricus Hondius and Joannes Janssonius and contained individual works by each map-maker, some derived from Henricus%27s brother Jodocus" plates, and a number of maps by Mercator that Hondius acquired from his father -also Jodocus. Although it is somewhat unclear which maps were published cooperatively between Henricus Hondius and Joannes Janssonius and which were individual works, this map illustrating Guyana bears the imprint of Henricus Hondius. The large, exceptionally well maintained map has beautiful hand coloring highlighting rivers, coast lines, and political boundaries. Many place names are identified, especially along the coast. The map is bright and full with ships sailing in he ocean, and sea monsters.
Bookseller: Art Source International Inc. [Boulder, CO, U.S.A.]
2010-05-02 06:55:20
Jacob Aertsz Colomb
Listed in the The New Fierie Sea-Colomne from 1633-1651. Colomb, Jacob Aertsz. De Custe van Engelant tußchen Poortlant en Lezard. Additional title: Les Costes d'Angleter re de Fierleij jusques á Lezard. Ca 1640. Listed in the The New Fierie Sea-Colomne from 1633-1651. Copper engraved, early hand coloured chart. Chart size approx 525mm x 375mm. Orientation NNE top centre cartouche contains scale. Decorative title cartouche to upper right and additional title cartouche below scales. Chart covers land areas from Portland to the Lizard. Among the places indicated on the coast line are Bridport, Torbay, Dartmouth, Plymouth, Fowey and Truro. Decorative compass rose, rhumb lines and sea vessel on sea area, which also includes the Ideston [Eddystone] Rock and the Kasquettes [Casquets] . Side margins tight with small breaks just touching edge of engraved area. One tear in sea area, repaired. Very early handwritten note to top margin, commenting on the soundings of this area and that of Falmouth, suggesting this chart had been used as a working reference at some time. A very attractive chart, suitable for framing. Scarce early sea chart.
Bookseller: Roz Hulse [United Kingdom]
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2010-05-01 06:48:19
Treaty of Madrid]:
Lisbon: Antonio Aluarez, . 1633 - 20 leaves, plus errata. Vignette on titlepage. Modern three quarter morocco and marbled boards. Later 17th- century ownership signature on titlepage. Very good. The Treaty of Madrid, here in the first Lisbon edition (Portugal at this time was controlled by Spain), made peace between Spain and Britain. Its main importance to the New World was its guarantee that British traders could move freely and do business in America and the East Indies, except those parts of the West Indies, Central and South America where the Spanish had settlements. Thus it still kept England out of the Caribbean, but gave free rein to trade with the North American colonies, and for the British to pursue their plantings of colonies in unoccupied parts of the Americas. An important treaty, with substantial economic consequences. Scarce. Not in EUROPEAN AMERICANA nor on OCLC. DAVENPORT 35. PALAU 43236.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
2010-04-30 07:58:40
Gerard, John
London: Adam Islip Joice Norton and Richard Whitakers, 1633. Second edition. leather_bound. Modern full blind calf, raised bands, red morocco spine label. Fine.. 1630 (24) pages. 36 X 24 cm. Approximately 2821 wood-cuts. Indices. The title page by John Pyne, and engraver chiefly of portraits and frontispieces. Johnson produced this edition noteworthy for its many corrections, improvements, and additions, and remained popular for many years. "Even during the second half of the eighteenth century it was still used by students of botany.......The popularity of the herbal extended into the nineteenth century and, in 1806, Richard Weston, the agricultural and horticultural writer, referred to this edition as follows, 'At this day the book is held in high esteem, particularly by those who are fond of searching into the medicinal virtues of plants. Its usual price in three guineas, being very scarce." [see: HENREY Vol I, pp.47-53]. HUNT 223. NISSEN 698. License and dedication leaves repaired at head, title page supplied in facsimile, last leaf of table lacking, minor internal toning and spotting, occasional modest marginal dampstains.
Bookseller: Royoung Bookseller, Inc. ABAA [Ardsley, NY, U.S.A.]
2010-04-28 12:23:39
FERRARI, Gio[vanni] Battista [1583-1654].
Rome: Stephanus Paulinus, 1633. small 4to. pp. 5 p.l., 522, [15]index. engraved title & 46 engraved plates, all included in pagination. 2 woodcut initials. contemporary vellum (some light to moderate foxing, some plates & leaves lightly embrowned, small wormholes in spine – spine expertly relined, new endpapers). label on verso of engraved title of the Society of Jesus, Grenoble. First Edition of this beautifully illustrated work on flowers and horticulture, dedicated by the author to Francesco Barberini, Italian cardinal, founder of the celebrated Barberini Library, and librarian of the Vatican. Among the plates are seven fine allegorical engravings by J.F.Greuter, and Claude Mellan, after drawings by Pietro Berettini da Cortona, Guido Reni, and Andrea Sacchi, several showing garden designs (parterres), gardening equipment and vases, and the majority, depicting various species of flowers and floral arrangements, attributed to Anna M.Vaiani. Ferrari was in charge of the luxurious Barberini gardens on the Quirinale in Rome, and his work contains listings, descriptions, and illustrations of the many species of flowers cultivated there including rare exotics: Egyptian papyrus, tulips, irises, peonies, tamarind, passion flowers, jasmines, large ‘Canadian’ strawberries, tuberose, amaryllis, belladona, lilies, roses, &c. The work is also of interest for the information it provides on Italian seventeenth-century taste and method in flower arrangements, on the origin of the Roman custom, which still exists, of making mosaics of flowers for Church festivals, on the fashion for cryst … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: D & E LAKE LTD. (ABAC/ILAB) [Toronto, ON, Canada]
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2010-04-26 17:10:31
[Church of England]
London: Robert Barker and Assignes of John Bill, 1633. Leather Bound. Very Good. 9 1/2 x 13 3/4 inches. Folio. 2 ffep + A - b (4 leaf quires) + B - H (6 leaf quires) + I (4 leaf quire). Title page cropped and relaid with loss to imprint. Marginal loss to A3 not affecting text. Griffiths 1633/2. Bound with: The Holy Bible Containing the Old Testament and the New [Authorised/KJV version]. London: Robert Barker and Assignes of John Bill, 1633. [10] + 327 numbered leaves (OT) + 328-403 (of 404) (Apocrypha) + 406-507 (NT). Engraved title to Bible closely cropped at fore-edge. Lower half of last leaf of preface (A8) lacking. Folio 1 of OT with lower marginal loss affecting text. 163 with loss of lower quarter. Old repairs to marginal tears on a few pages. Occasional closed tear or marginal loss with no loss of text, and minor soiling and old marking. Folio 108 misnumbered 118, 117 as 61, 148 as 184, 152 as 154, 216 as 215, 224 as 223, 225 as 226, 232 as 231, 233 as 237, 234 as 238, 235 as 246, then resuming at 236 as 240 due to the misfoliation noted in Herbert, 249 as 242, 302 as 281, 379 as 378, 392 as 372, 452 as 470. The general title reflects the alteration of "1632" to "1633" noted in Herbert. NT colophon dated 1632. Herbert 466. Bound with: Sternhold, Thomas and John Hopkins. The Whole Booke of Psalmes Collected into English Meeter. London: Printed by R. Badger for the Company of Stationers, 1632. Title page + 1 - 114 numbered pages + 2 rfep. 35 and 36 misnumbered. ESTCS122383. All edges rouged. Marbled endpapers. Front pastedown with armorial bookplate of Thomas Whitmor … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: St. Wulfstan's Books [U.S.A.]
2010-03-31 10:37:08
GERARD, John
London: Printed by Adam Islip Joice Norton and Richard Whitakers, 1633., 1633. FIRST Thos. JOHNSON EDITION. SECOND EDITION overall. Folio; pp. [xxxviii - no blanks], (erratically numbered as usual 1-30, 29-30, 31-1630), [2], [45], [1] (errata). Without blanks. Illustrated with over 2,600 text woodcuts. Pages 141, 721, 1119, 1207, 1303 trimmed shorter (supplied later); two leaves (Xxx4 and Vvvv3) with ink annotations in a period hand. A few spots of isolated marginal damage, archival repair to bottom fore corner of first page detailing grasses and a couple of marginal ink spots sum up the notable defects, which is otherwise a serviceable copy. Browning to edges and trifling foxing, internally fresh and bright, a couple of isolated spots of soiling. Superbly bound in full contemporary dark brown calf, skilfully rebacked with original spine, later green title label. Shows remarkably well- it being almost impossible these days to put your hands on a copy that doesn't have the main part of the prelims laid down, lacking, or is wanting the errata leaf. A generally clean copy with beautiful engravings; an important example of the herbalist's art. This is the first edition enlarged and edited by Thomas Johnson who corrected many of Gerard's more gullible errors, and improved the accuracy of the illustrations by using Plantin's woodcut. The Hunt Botanical catalogue, I-223.
Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books
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2010-03-26 06:19:48
Greville, Fulke, Lord Brooke
London: 1663: Printed by E.[lizabeth]P[urslowe]. for Henry Seyle, and are to be sold at his shop at the signe of the Tygers head in St. Paules, 1633. Printed: 1633. 1554-1628 Small folio, 8 1/4 X 5 1/2 inches . First edition. p2; d-k4, L2, D-Z4, Aa-Qq4 Rr6, This copy is complete, lacking the first and last blank leaves. In all the known copies of this work the pagination begins with p. 23, signature d. It is generally believed that the book originally began with "A treatise on religion" said to have been suppressed by order of Archbishop Laud. Grosart thinks the missing pages were prefatory matter containing a life of the author "with fuller details of his murder than his friends cared to let the world read" as stated in Biographia Britannica. cf. Memorial-introd. in Grosart's edition of Brooke's works, 1870, and Grolier Club, Catalogue of ... works ... from Wither to Prior, 1905. This copy is in good condition internally with only the usual minor dampstaining, and closely trimed . It is bound in full nineteenth century calfskin, ruled in gilt with edges stained safron. The binding has been skillfully rebacked . Fulke Greville, afterwards lord Brooke, wrote (but did not publish) at the end of the sixteenth century a miscellaneous collection of poems called Caelica. The collection consisted of one hundred and nine short poems, on each of which the author bestowed the title of sonnet. Only thirty-seven, however, are quatorzains. The remaining seventy-two so-called 'sonnets' are lyrics of all lengths and in all meters. There is little internal connection among Brooke's … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: James Gray Bookseller [U.S.A.]
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2010-03-22 13:12:02
Isaacson, Henry
London: Printed by B.A. & T.F. for Henry Seile and Humphrey Robinson. 1633. n Second edition. Lg. folio (17-1/2" x 11"). (20),xx columns,(xxi)-cccxcvi,(3),(cccxcviii)- cccclxxxiii,(16)pp. Indices. Text entirely in English. Copper engraved title page with text surrounded by 6 historical vignettes. All the text is presented in the form of genealogical tables. Orig. spotted calf with elaborately gilt tooled spine, worn & rubbed, extremities of spine chipped, hinges starting but still very sound.
Bookseller: Kenneth Karmiole, Bookseller, Inc.
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2010-02-07 18:58:57
Robert Keilway
1633. Lacks the Title page and any endpapers. Bound into green library buckram. May have been trimmed in the rebinding - the inner margin is 1/2". The pages are 27.5 cm tall. There is some very early ink underlining in the text and some inking in the margins. 215 leaves and 25 pages of Tables. 3 leaves of preface. The only way I can tell that this may not be the 1688 edition is that the first page of the preface is "a2" and the preface is signed by John Croke. Library stamps on first page of preface with additional light stampings on all outer edges of pages. Very clean and crisp paper. Printed in legal French - preface in Latin. Size: 7 By 11 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquarian Books of Boston [Winthrop, MA, U.S.A.]
2009-10-25 23:36:08
BRATHWAITE, Richard
London: Printed by Felix Kynston, and are to be sold by Robert Bostocke, 1633. Second edition, revised, corrected and enlarged. Extra engraved title-page, small 4to, pp. [10] leaves, 456, [2] leaves. Bound in new quarter leather, spine gilt in raised bands, ex-library with two small stamps, some browning and minor staining, a very good tight copy. STC 3564; Newberry 208. Aresty p. 304; see Wither to Prior, 66. A classic courtesy book describing the attributes of an English Gentleman under eight heads: youth, disposition, education, vocation, recreation, acquaintance, moderation, and perfection. Aresty notes that Braithwaite (1588?-1673) was a Royalist born to the estate of a gentleman. He attended Oxford and Cambridge, indulged in some light poetry before settling into the life of a gentleman. As a justice of the peace, he was an influential figure in his small world. His influence in molding the lives of the typical gentleman was widespead, however, and his books were even found in libraries in the US. Susan Hull, in her "Chaste, Silent & Obedient" (p. 32 ff) notes that Brathwaite's "The English Gentlewoman" "is probably more representative of the genteel English middle-class. Here the ideal, modest woman is a wife and mother involved in the "Breeding and Education of Youth". The courtier, instead of being an ideal is rejected ... Religion and class [are] dominent infuences on behavior and the respectable middle-class English woman was depicted as a modest lover of home and hearth." "Braithwaite ... went at his subject like a serious schoolmaster and Puritan, though … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Second Life Books, Inc. [Lanesborough, MA, U.S.A.]
2009-09-22 16:19:12
[LAET, Johannes de]:
Leiden, Elzeviriana, 1633 respective Amsterdam, Ioan. Ianssonium, 1633. Two works bound in one contemporary vellum, 11,5 X 6 cm, Engraved title page + 374 + 8 p. + 8 plates in woodcut ; Engraved title page + 297 + 1 blank p. Red edges
Bookseller: Antikvariat Röda Rummet AB
2009-09-13 18:23:20
Sionita, Gabriele / Hesronita, Giovanni
Amsterdam, Janssonius 1633. 12 cm. 287 (irrig 297) Seiten einschließlich Kupfertitel. Pergamentband der Zeit - Griep / Luber 39 - Behandelt werden überwiegend islamische Sitten und Gebräuche. Inhalt: Sionita / Hesronita: De nonnullis orientalium urbibus; Christophe Richer: De moribus atque Turcarum Arabum, aliarumque, quae Mahumedem sequuntur, gentium; Jan van Cootwijk: Itinerario Hierosolymitano et Syriaco; Pierre d'Avity: Archontologia Cosmica (Auszug aus der Übersetzung von Johann Ludwig Gottfried; vergleiche NDB VI, 677); Adrian van Roomen: Arabiae Topographia & alia; Wolfgang Drechsler: Historia Arabum; Muhammed al-Farghani: Appendix sive Excerpta ex Muhammedis Alfergani Astronomicis (vgl. Houzeau / Lancaster I, 1112). Kupfertitel mit Darstellung eines türkischen Aga. Stellenweise braunfleckig, Paginierung springt von 269 auf 280. - Sprache / Language: Lateinisch / Latin -
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2009-07-19 13:06:21
Nicolaes Briot (designer of typeface)
Amsterdam, Guiljelmum Blaeu. 1633 - 32mo (114mm X 63mm), full black morocco binding, probably late 17th to early 18th century, with simple tooled borders and patterns on front, back and spine. Spine also has four raised bands, while boards have gilt outer and inner dentelle patterns; comb pattern marble e.p.'s, and black edges. pp. [1-2], 3-454, [6] An Elzevir copy printed in year of first edition, and set in reduced ligature miniature Greek type pioneered by Nicolaes Briot. Engraved title page showing the four evangelists with four apostles above flanking a banner with the title, held by hovering cherubs; ornate initial letter with St Matthew behind. Last three leaves contain 'Pinax martyrion' (passages from the Old Testament, in Greek). Printed presentation label to front paste-down with 1755 date showing the book was donated from Mr Harding Tomkins to Mr William Tomkins of Abington. VERY GOOD++ condition: binding is tight and well-preserved with light rubs to spine ends, and light bumps to fore-corners; text block is tight with fairly generous margins for this type of book, which is why there are no cropped edges of frontis or any oof the text edges. Leaves are crisp with minimal signs of thumbing to edges. No foxing apart from a few light spots to front and end fly-leaves. No inscriptions or text annotations. The ornaments in the photo were used to keep the stiff front board from springing back shut. A wonderful Elsevir copy printed in year of first edition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Lost World Books
2009-06-21 18:37:52
HONDIUS, Henricus (1597-1651]
Bookseller: Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA) [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
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2009-05-20 20:50:47
Kupferstich-Karte von 2 Platten gedruckt aus Merian, Theatrum Europaeum 1633. 17.5x103.5 cm. - Von zwei Platten gedruckt und zusammengesetzt. Die Karte zeigt den Elbelauf von Marschacht bis zur Mündung. Dekoratives Blatt mit Ansicht von Hamburg (Emporium Hamburgum 5,5 : 25,8 cm), Wappen, Windrose, zahlr. kl. Segelschiffen und figürl. Kartusche.
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2009-05-03 18:14:00
[Treaty of Madrid]:
Lisbon: Antonio Aluarez, 1633.. 20 leaves, plus errata. Vignette on titlepage. Modern three-quarter morocco and marbled boards. Later 17th-century ownership signature on titlepage. Very good. The Treaty of Madrid, here in the first Lisbon edition (Portugal at this time was controlled by Spain), made peace between Spain and Britain. Its main importance to the New World was its guarantee that British traders could move freely and do business in America and the East Indies, except those parts of the West Indies, Central and South America where the Spanish had settlements. Thus it still kept England out of the Caribbean, but gave free rein to trade with the North American colonies, and for the British to pursue their plantings of colonies in unoccupied parts of the Americas. ^An important treaty, with substantial economic consequences. Scarce. Not in EUROPEAN AMERICANA nor on OCLC. DAVENPORT 35. PALAU 43236.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
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2009-04-29 13:35:17
Hugo Grotius
Leiden: Ex Officina Elzevier, 1633. Modern brown calf, light browning, else a very good crisp copy; with the elaborate armorial Stonor bookplate, slightly chipped, on the front pastedown Grotius' first work on international law, "proclaiming, explaining, and in no small measure making the 'freedom of the seas'", one of seven editions published during his life, a pretty, pocket-sized Elzevier printing with the engraved title
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc.
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2009-03-05 00:20:55
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 t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2009-02-14 01:16:58
Roberto Bellarmino
Sumptibus Bernardi Gualtieri, Colonia, 1633. pergamino epoca papel tostado, sello frontis arquitectonico grabado al cobre. Texto a dos columnas con apostillas marginales algunas en hebreo. . 865 págs.
Bookseller: LIBRERIA ANTICUARIA EPOPEYA [Zaragoza, Spain]
2009-02-11 19:10:05
París, 1633. Gran folio, port. grab. iluminada a mano y con titulo manuscrito, 7h, 366p, 2 tintas, 65 viñetas grabs. en texto y capitulares grabs. en madera. Algún error de foliación. Plena piel roz, nervios, cortes pintados.
Bookseller: Escalinata, librería [Navalcarnero, Madrid, Spain]
2008-12-05 22:51:58
KIRCHENDIENER - NÜRNBERG -
4to. Cont. full pigskin over wood, 3 raised bands. Very richly blindtooled. An oval blindtooled medaillon on frontcover having the inscription "BIB. NOR." and the year 1633. Binding a little rubbed. Remains of clasps. Title in red a. black. Slight browning to leaves. Fine woodcut initials, 16 pp. with music, woodcut coat of arms on title.
Bookseller: Herman H J Lynge & Søn A/S [DK]
2008-12-05 20:52:16
Preston, John
London: I. Beale For Andrew Crooke, 1633. London: I. Beale For Andrew Crooke. Fair; Front cover detached, rear is hanging.. 1633. First Edition. Hardcover. 4to; Old blind ruled leather, rebacked with front hinge broken, 4to, [1], [20], 245, 40p. the main pagination has a hiatus between 158 & 187, the title page is frayed and one signiture was misfolded. **STC#20275. .
Bookseller: Hurley Books Inc. [Westmoreland, NH, U.S.A.]
2008-12-03 20:49:31
Lothringen -
Kupferstich-Karte von Mercator-Hondius, ca. 1633, altkoloriert. Ca. 36 x 48 cm. Unterer Rand alt um ca. 5 cm verbreitert (zus. 7 cm), wohl wegen Aufnahme in einen privaten Sammelband. Zeigt Südlothringen, zwischen Toul, Ebersweiler, L'Estraye und La Mothe. Links unten Titelkartusche, rechts unten Meilenzeiger. Ohne Rückentext. The map shows South Lorraine between Toul, Ebersweiler, L'Estraye and La Mothe. At the left bottom title cartouche, at the right bottom benchmarks. Without text on verso. Lower margin at about 5 cm broadened (additional 7 cm), possibly because of intake in a private book.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen [Trier, Germany]
2008-12-03 16:22:01
Mercator-Hondius:
Amsterdam, 1633. Copper engraving, 35 x 49 cms. Crete, with inset maps of Corfu, Zante, Milos, Nicsia, Santorini and Scarpanto. Later hand-colour. French text to verso. Map
Bookseller: Bryars and Bryars [United Kingdom]
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2008-11-26 14:37:49
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 Auf … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Im Baldreit
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2008-06-29 15:15:48
Osnabrück, 1633. 1 Seiten Quer-Fol. Dat. Osnabrück, 23. Mai 1633. - Das Ratsmitglied Dyckmann hatte der Stadt 111 Reichstaler geliehen, die "zu behuff gemeiner Stadt besten hinwiederumb angewandt haben". Auf Grund der schwierigen Lage der Stadt war die Rückzahlung nicht möglich, so daß eine Verzinsung vereinbart wurde. Beurkundet von dem Notar Johannes Relinck. Pergament-Urkunde mit anhängendem Original-Siegel (Durchmesser ca. 9 cm). Angestaubt, in den Falzen kleine Löcher mit unbedeutendem Textverlust, Siegel rechts beschädigt. -
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2008-04-29 09:00:27
Morell, Paris, 1633. 933 S. Halbleder Text Griechisch/Latein. Späterer Einband. Die ersten 8 Seiten mit geringem Textverlust beschädigt, fachgerecht restauriert. Vereinzelt leicht braunfleckig. Guter Zustand Versand D: 3,99 EUR Morelli Morel Morellum I 1. erster Band
Bookseller: Wissenschaftl. Antiquariat Th. Haker e.K [Klettgau, Germany]
2008-04-29 09:00:27
Morell, Paris, 1633. 1084 S. Text Griechisch/Latein. Späterer Einband. Stempel (gelöscht) auf Vorsatz. Rand aller Seiten leicht wasserfleckig. Zwei orig. nicht eingebundene Blätter beiliegend. Guter Zustand la Gewicht in Gramm: 2100 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Wissenschaftl. Antiquariat Th. Haker e.K [Klettgau, Germany]
2007-10-04 21:34:47
Gerard Mercator
Gerard Mercator 1633 - Mercator, Gerard : Les Comtez De Westmorland, Lancastre, Cestrie, Carnarvan, Denbigh, Flint. [The North Western Counties of England and Wales], by Gerard Mercator. Published 1606 or later [1633]. Map size approx 41cm x 36cm (16.5 x 14 inches). Decorative cartouche and sea monster. Verso with French text and coloured large initial letter. Early colour, centre fold, good condition with wide margins.
Bookseller: Roz Hulse Ltd
2007-10-03 02:02:41
London: John Norton for Joyce Norton and Richard Whitaker, 1633; 1633. - Quarto[8 X 11 inches]vellum, minor discoloration. Two vols. in one; printed in black letter. later Blank corner off C6 in vol.I; paper fault in blank outer margin of 2P3 in second vol. 320 pages + a 2 page "THANKSGIVING for the suppression of the late Rebellion" and final page saying where it was printed and where it is for sale. Very good, well preserved copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Tintagel [U.S.A.]
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