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2018-03-27 19:48:02
GARCILASO DE LA VEGA
Paris, Augustin Courbé, 1633. 2 volumes in-4, plein veau marbré de l'époque, dos à 5 nerfs guillochés or, ornés de compartiments fleuronnés et cloisonnés, pièces de titre de maroquin rouge, roulette dorée sur les coupes, tranches mouchetées rouges, (1) f. de titre, (44), 1319 [i.e. 1309], (34) p. de table, beau frontispice emblématique gravé. Première édition française, dans la traduction de Jean Baudoin, de 'Primera parte de los Commentarios reales', ouvrage publié initialement en espagnol à Lisbonne en 1609. Fils métis d'un compagnon des conquistadores et d'une princesse inca, Garcilaso de la Vega (1539-1617) fut élevé entre les deux cultures. Il voyagea à travers le Pérou pour composer cette œuvre et interrogea aussi bien les natifs que les conquérants. S'il propose au lecteur une vision parfois idyllique du "Tahuantin Suyu" (l'Empire inca), son ouvrage constitue néanmoins la première histoire, de conception moderne, d'une contrée du continent américain, écrite par un natif. A la fois histoire culturelle, matérielle et factuelle, il demeure l'une des sources fondamentales sur la civilisation inca. "Les Commentaires royaux restent un monument littéraire, le seul grand ouvrage historique dû à un métis américain, deux fois noble, témoin humaniste du drame que fut l'effondrement de l'Empire inca et la naissance convulsive d'une société coloniale péruvienne" (Jacques Lafaye, "Encyclopédie Universalis"). Le beau frontispice baroque emblématique représente dans sa partie supérieure une scène de culte public au temple du soleil, qui surplombe des représentations de Manco Cápac e … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Hatchuel [FR]
2018-03-22 01:14:28
Prynne, William
London: Printed by E. A. and W. I. for Michael Sparke, 1633. First Edition. Second state, with errata on ***4 verso. Quarto (pages 178 x 139 mm), collating: [xxxiv], 512, ff. 513-568, 545-832, [ii], 831-1006, [xl], complete. Bound in a 19th century full morocco binding, marbled end papers, all edges gilt. Some wear to the outer joints and at the crown, otherwise binding holding well. Title page trimmed close, with publisher's imprint a bit trimmed, date still visible, no other leaves with text affected. Generally a clean copy internally, with the close cropping on the title page being the main issue. Infamous Puritan polemicist William Prynne issues the almost 1,000 page Histrio-Mastix as the ultimate denunciation of Caroline theater in all its forms -- from public plays, to dancing, to private masques. Of particular concern to Prynne was the practice of cross-dressing on stage, made necessary because only men could be licensed as professional actors and therefore played all parts. He declared that cross-dressing "perverts one principal use of garments, to difference men from women: by confounding, interchanging, transforming these two sexes for the present, as long as the play or part doth last." The result, he argued, was a rise in unnatural lusts within both actors and the audience, and a breakdown of clear gender identities or attractions. Not to leave out women, Prynne also issued a critique of King Charles I and Queen Henrietta Maria, who regularly hosted private masques in the Banqueting House at White Hall Palace and at Somerset House. Henrietta Maria and her ladies … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books [USA]
2018-03-18 08:29:27
JONSTON, John
Joannem Janssonium, 1633. 2mo, pp. [vi] 578 (i.e. 576) [ii]. Roman, italic and Greek letter, ornamental tail pieces, ms. press mark on pastedown “yy-16”, unreadable early autograph on t-p, age yellowing, slight waterstain to some outer margins. Clean and good copy in contemp calf, floral gilt ornament between raised bands on spine, slightly defective at head, double gilt rule to boards, upper joint slightly cracked, corners worn. Significantly enlarged second edition of Jonston's popular scientific work on 'admiranda' or wonders of nature organized into ten categories (heaven, earth, meteors, 'fossils' (for the most part precious stones) or minerals, plants, birds, quadrupeds, insects and 'bloodless' animals, fish, and humans) heavily referencing classical sources such as Aristotle, Pliny, and Seneca.  Imitating the style of earlier scientific compendia, the Thaumatographia keeps up with the times; including the more recent work of Aldrovandi, discussing the flora and fauna (and tobacco) found in the New World, a section on the activity of the heart and its role in the cardiovascular system, and is up to date with meteor sightings to 1629. Finally, by pairing these more exciting discoveries concerning the body and the heavens with discussion of topics in natural history, Jonston helped breathe new life into that branch of learning. Each section is headed by a useful index of its contents, and the work concludes with a poem in praise of Jonston by the Bohemian poet Vencleslaus Clemens. John Jonston (1603-1675), from an old Scottish family living in Poland, returned to Scotla … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2018-03-15 19:53:04
JONSTON, John
Joannem Janssonium, 1633. 2mo, pp. [vi] 578 (i.e. 576) [ii]. Roman, italic and Greek letter, ornamental tail pieces, ms. press mark on pastedown "yy-16", unreadable early autograph on t-p, age yellowing, slight waterstain to some outer margins. Clean and good copy in contemp calf, floral gilt ornament between raised bands on spine, slightly defective at head, double gilt rule to boards, upper joint slightly cracked, corners worn. Significantly enlarged second edition of Jonston's popular scientific work on 'admiranda' or wonders of nature organized into ten categories (heaven, earth, meteors, 'fossils' (for the most part precious stones) or minerals, plants, birds, quadrupeds, insects and 'bloodless' animals, fish, and humans) heavily referencing classical sources such as Aristotle, Pliny, and Seneca. Imitating the style of earlier scientific compendia, the Thaumatographia keeps up with the times; including the more recent work of Aldrovandi, discussing the flora and fauna (and tobacco) found in the New World, a section on the activity of the heart and its role in the cardiovascular system, and is up to date with meteor sightings to 1629. Finally, by pairing these more exciting discoveries concerning the body and the heavens with discussion of topics in natural history, Jonston helped breathe new life into that branch of learning. Each section is headed by a useful index of its contents, and the work concludes with a poem in praise of Jonston by the Bohemian poet Vencleslaus Clemens. John Jonston (1603-1675), from an old Scottish family living in Poland, returned to Scotla … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Limited [GB]
2018-03-14 19:53:24
JONSTON, John
Joannem Janssonium, 1633. 2mo, pp. [vi] 578 (i.e. 576) [ii]. Roman, italic and Greek letter, ornamental tail pieces, ms. press mark on pastedown “yy-16”, unreadable early autograph on t-p, age yellowing, slight waterstain to some outer margins. Clean and good copy in contemp calf, floral gilt ornament between raised bands on spine, slightly defective at head, double gilt rule to boards, upper joint slightly cracked, corners worn. Significantly enlarged second edition of Jonston's popular scientific work on 'admiranda' or wonders of nature organized into ten categories (heaven, earth, meteors, 'fossils' (for the most part precious stones) or minerals, plants, birds, quadrupeds, insects and 'bloodless' animals, fish, and humans) heavily referencing classical sources such as Aristotle, Pliny, and Seneca.  Imitating the style of earlier scientific compendia, the Thaumatographia keeps up with the times; including the more recent work of Aldrovandi, discussing the flora and fauna (and tobacco) found in the New World, a section on the activity of the heart and its role in the cardiovascular system, and is up to date with meteor sightings to 1629. Finally, by pairing these more exciting discoveries concerning the body and the heavens with discussion of topics in natural history, Jonston helped breathe new life into that branch of learning. Each section is headed by a useful index of its contents, and the work concludes with a poem in praise of Jonston by the Bohemian poet Vencleslaus Clemens. John Jonston (1603-1675), from an old Scottish family living in Poland, returned to Scotla … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2018-03-09 19:58:48
BIBLE
Robert Barker: and by the assignes of John Bill/ the Soc. of Statrs/ the Company of Stationers, 1633. 24mo. 1) 264 unnumbered leaves. A-Y¹². 2) 96 unnumbered leaves A-H¹² 3) pp. 330, [vi]. A-O¹². Title page of the New Testament within fine woodcut border, titles of Psalms within typographical borders, typographical ornaments, small woodcut initials, "sum e libris Samuelis Cater 4th Sept. 1658," on fly, "Mrs quin Forest farm, gift of her godmother Lady Knollys who was wife later and first cousin to Mrs Squires" on paste down in C18th hand, "for Josephin Elizabeth Randolph the gift of her grand mama, Ann Cater" then to other Randolphs up to 1913 on verso of fly. Light age yellowing, very rare marginal spot or mark. Fine copies, crisp and clean in very fine, remarkably well preserved, contemporary embroidered white silk, silver and coloured thread and silver stump work dos a dos binding, semé of sequins, a large central bird within oval on covers, small red and blue flowers above and below,, alternate red and blue flowers embroidered on spines, within four sewn compartments, wide pink, red, green and yellow silk wrap around tie, a.e.g., edges a bit worn, a few sequins lost, colours very slightly faded, a little dusty in places. In folding blue morocco backed cloth box. A very fine embroidered silk dos a dos binding, uniting three very rare editions; two recorded in one other copy only. The binding is a most beautiful contemporary English embroidered silk binding, bound dos a dos, in a quite remarkable state of preservation, complete with its wide decorative silk band, itself a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Limited [GB]
2018-03-09 07:56:29
Philip Sidney; Hugh Sanford; William Alexander Stirling, Earl of; Richard Bellings
London: [by Robert Young] for Simon Waterson and R. Young [and T. Downes], 1633. Hardcover. Acceptable. Folio, 29.5 x 19.5 cm. 8th ed. Contemporary full leather. Rebacked. [8], 624 p. Signed with flourish by William Caxton, 1716. First and last leaves conserved. STC 22549. The New Arcadia. Sidney's widely influential pastoral romance. William Shakespeare based the Gloucester subplot of King Lear on Sidney's work, as well as influences on Hamlet and the Winter's Tale. Interestingly, Sidney's Arcadia had the earliest known use of the name, Pamela. Contents: The countesse of Pembrokes Arcadia.--Certaine sonnets.--Defense of poesie.--Astrophel and Stella.--Her most excellent Majestie walking in Wansted garden.
Bookseller: Sequitur Books [Boonsboro, MD, U.S.A.]
2018-02-28 02:40:54
GARCILASO DE LA VEGA
Paris, Augustin Courbé, 1633. 2 volumes in-4, plein veau marbré de l'époque, dos à 5 nerfs guillochés or, ornés de compartiments fleuronnés et cloisonnés, pièces de titre de maroquin rouge, roulette dorée sur les coupes, tranches mouchetées rouges, (1) f. de titre, (44), 1319 [i.e. 1309], (34) p. de table, beau frontispice emblématique gravé. Première édition française, dans la traduction de Jean Baudoin, de 'Primera parte de los Commentarios reales', ouvrage publié initialement en espagnol à Lisbonne en 1609. Fils métis d'un compagnon des conquistadores et d'une princesse inca, Garcilaso de la Vega (1539-1617) fut élevé entre les deux cultures. Il voyagea à travers le Pérou pour composer cette œuvre et interrogea aussi bien les natifs que les conquérants. S'il propose au lecteur une vision parfois idyllique du "Tahuantin Suyu" (l'Empire inca), son ouvrage constitue néanmoins la première histoire, de conception moderne, d'une contrée du continent américain, écrite par un natif. A la fois histoire culturelle, matérielle et factuelle, il demeure l'une des sources fondamentales sur la civilisation inca. "Les Commentaires royaux restent un monument littéraire, le seul grand ouvrage historique dû à un métis américain, deux fois noble, témoin humaniste du drame que fut l'effondrement de l'Empire inca et la naissance convulsive d'une société coloniale péruvienne" (Jacques Lafaye). Le beau frontispice baroque emblématique représente dans sa partie supérieure une scène de culte public au temple du soleil, qui surplombe des représentations, de Manco Cápac et Mama Ocllo, enfants du di … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Hatchuel [FR]
2018-02-25 20:20:02
[Ireland; Stafford Thomas]
Printed by A.M....And part of the Impression made over, to be vented for the benefit of the Children of John Mynshew, deceased. Very Rare First Edition. A Copy with Wonderful Provenance, the John Roland Abbey copy, with his bookplate. The Celebrated Abbey Library sold by Sotheby's 1966-1970. DNB in 1898 listed this first edition as "exceedingly rare". Illustrated with an engraved portrait frontispiece of Carew and seventeen Folding Maps and Plates as called for. Virtually all are large and folding. Complete. The large and folding John Speed map of Munster is at the front of the book. Folio, handsomely bound in the late 1700's by Kaltthoeber in a binding of full russia, the covers with large gilt central panel with gilt sunbursts at the corners, surrounded by a finely roll-tooled wide border in blind with gilt corner pieces, the spine fully gilt within compartments, the bands gilt stopped and ruled, lettered in gilt in two compartments, brown endleaves, the turnovers gilt ruled and gilt decorated with fine tooling, the paste-down tooled in blind. [12], 391 pp. A beautifully preserved copy of this exceedingly rare and highly important book. The textblock clean, unpressed and crisp, the plates and maps all in good order, the binding handsome and well preserved, sometime restored at the back to style, some light evidence of use or age. A wonderful example of one of the most elusive works on Ireland that has ever been printed. VERY RARE FIRST EDITION OF ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT WORKS EXTANT ON IRELAND AND IRISH HISTORY. THE PACATA HIBERNIA WITH ITS LARGE AND FOLDING MAPS AND PL … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquarian Bookshop Buddenbrooks, Inc. [US]
2018-02-13 09:00:36
BREMER GEBIET:
1633, 35,5 x 46 Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, 2301:1.2 - Mit Rollwerkskartusche oben rechts. Zeigt das Stift Bremen, Bistum Verden, Grafschaft Emden, Oldenburg, Hoya und das Hemmelinger Land.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2018-02-12 10:25:46
RÜGEN:
1633, 19,6 x 25,3 Mit hüb. Wappenkartusche, Segelschiffen und Windrose. ( Kopie nach Blaeu ). - Schöner und tadelloser Druck.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
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2018-02-12 10:20:30
Stafford, Thomas.
First Edition. [London], [Printed by A.M.], [1633]. Folio, 31 x 20 cm. (10) (‚To His Most Sacred Maiestie', ‚To The Reader', ‚A Catalogue of the Severall Mappes contained in this Historie'), 390 pages. Some small decorations within the text. One Map Half Morrocco over marbled boards. Gilt title on spine. Five gilt decorated raised bands on spine. Good condition. Binding sound. Boards, corners and spine rubbed and bumped. Edges age darkened. Half title? and title page missing. Pages 307 to 310 (4) and 391 to 392 (last two pages) missing. Pages 86 and 136 misnumbered (shown as 74 and 137). Internally age darkened and water stained. Multiple small tears and abrasions. Closed tear to last remaining map (after page 330), along the impression line. From the library of Irish publisher Edmund Downey, London and Waterford. Signed ‚E. Downey (from R Donling 1892)' on front paste down in ink (see image). Writer and publisher Edmund Downey was born in Waterford in 1856. After working as an editor in the London based 'Tinsley's Magazine' he was involved in various London publishing companies in the late 20th century (Downey & Co.). In 1896 Downey published a two-volume limited Edition of the Pacata Hibernia at his publishing house; Downey & Co in London. After the first Edition, printed in 1633 and two consequent Editions by the Hibernia Company (1810 and 1821), this would have been the fourth Edition of the Pacata Hibernia. In 1906 he became the proprietor and editor of the Waterford News. Downey would also write around twenty books which included the Story of Waterford and a two-volum … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: West Coast Rare Books [Ireland]
2018-02-11 15:23:43
A(mpzing), S(amuel).- Velde, Jan van de
(Claes Jansz) Visscher, Amsterdam, 1633. 8° (je ca. 22, 5 x 17 cm). Mit gest. Titel und 14 (von 17) Kupferstichen von Jan van de Velde. Lose Blattsammlung.Hollstein 108-125.-, Seltene Folge der belehrenden Darstellungen über die Eitelkeiten und das ausschweifende Leben der Zeit des 17. Jahrhunderts, vorwiegend über die Vorlieben von Wein, Bier, Tabak und Spiel sowie den verderblichen Folgen der Ausschweifungen bis hin zur Ankündigung des Todes. Jede Tafel in sauberem, klaren Druck und mit vierzeilgen beschreibenden Versen von S. Ampzing.- Jan van de Velde (1593-1641) war Maler und Kupferstecher. Er wuchs in Rotterdam auf und lernte die Kupferstecherei bei Jakob Matham in Haarlem. Ab 1614 gehörte er der Haarlemer Gilde von St. Lukas an. Innerhalb der nächsten drei Jahre schuf er über hundert Stiche. Damit gehörte er zu den produktivsten Haarlemer Künstlern seiner Zeit. Beeinflusst wurde er unter anderem durch Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn.- Es fehlen die Blätter 5, 13, 15. Das Blatt 8 (Trictrack - Backgammon) beschnitten (ca. 18 x 13 cm), aber mit dem vollen Plattenrand.- Papier etwas gebräunt und vereinzelt leicht braunfleckig.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Meindl & Sulzmann OG [Austria]
2018-02-09 17:35:00
Chumacero y Carrillo, Juan; Pimentel, Domingo:
[Madrid?] [?] 1633 - Folio, pp. [4] 160 (i.e. 158) [2]. With first and final blanks. Woodcut initials and tail-piece. Text in printed compartments. First bifolium loosening, light browning, spotting and foxing, still a good, clean, generously-margined copy, bound in contemporary or early stiffened vellum, ruled in gilt with gilt corner-pieces to covers and gilt decorations to spine, binding slightly dusty and spotted, loosening from text block at top joint, bottom cover with tears, along sides, at lower joint, and on surface (with loss of vellum). Title with old monogram ink stamp surmounted by crown. First edition of this text revealing a celebrated diplomatic spat, following a Spanish embassy to Rome of 1633. The Spanish authors (Fray Domingo Pimentel, bishop of Cordoba and his secretary Juan Chumaçero y Carrillo) take issue in this report with the poor administration, and the venality and corruption that they encounter in the holy city. Most distressing is (p. 29) the claim that because Roman priests cannot make wills, they have no heirs to support them when they are ill, and they are given no food or drink and die. The charges are countered (pp. 41-53) by the Vatican Secretary, Maraldi, who, this being a Spanish publication, is naturally then refuted thoroughly (pp. 55-160). The authors emphasise Spain's role in the Catholic world. "[The Spanish Crown] has conquered a new world to the faith, and is always continuing the promulgation of the Gospel in new kingdoms and provinces of the East and West Indies, expending its treasure and vassals on this. Who provides the manpo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Leo Cadogan Rare Books Ltd., ABA, ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2018-02-09 17:17:33
Stafford, Thomas / O'Grady, Standish.
First (1633), Second (1810), Third (1821) & Fourth (1996) Edition. Six Volumes. London & Dublin. This is a collection of four different editions (1633, 1810, 1821, 1896) of the Pacata Hibernia, published in London and Dublin. For a detailed description of each book / set, please go to my web site: westcoastrarebooks.com and search ‚Pacata Hibernia'. Two of the editions (1633 and 1896) come from the library of Edmund Downey. The 1633 is signed ‚E. Downey' on the front pastedown. Publisher Edmund Downey published (Downey & Co.) the fourth limited edition (500 copies) in London in 1896. Please review the individual descriptions of each edition carefully for publishing details, illustrations, bindings, condition and completeness. Feel free to contact West Coast Rare Books for more information.
Bookseller: West Coast Rare Books [Ireland]
2018-02-08 11:53:11
OPPENHEIM:
Kupferstich v. Merian aus Theatrum Europäum, 1633, 20 x 32,4 Hier vorliegend in einem späteren Zustand, mit dem Zusatz unter dem Kopftitel: "Rex suecorvm .".
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
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2018-02-06 18:27:08
OSTFRIESLAND und OLDENBURG:
1633, 33,7 x 42,3 Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, 2305:1. Mit zwei Rollwerkskartuschen. Zeigt Ostfriesland und das Herzogtum Oldenburg.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2018-02-06 14:24:08
A(mpzing), S(amuel).- Velde, Jan van de.
Amsterdam, (Claes Jansz) Visscher, 1633. - 8° (je ca. 22, 5 x 17 cm). Mit gest. Titel und 14 (von 17) Kupferstichen von Jan van de Velde. Lose Blattsammlung. Hollstein 108-125.- Seltene Folge der belehrenden Darstellungen über die Eitelkeiten und das ausschweifende Leben der Zeit des 17. Jahrhunderts, vorwiegend über die Vorlieben von Wein, Bier, Tabak und Spiel sowie den verderblichen Folgen der Ausschweifungen bis hin zur Ankündigung des Todes. Jede Tafel in sauberem, klaren Druck und mit vierzeilgen beschreibenden Versen von S. Ampzing.- Jan van de Velde (1593-1641) war Maler und Kupferstecher. Er wuchs in Rotterdam auf und lernte die Kupferstecherei bei Jakob Matham in Haarlem. Ab 1614 gehörte er der Haarlemer Gilde von St. Lukas an. Innerhalb der nächsten drei Jahre schuf er über hundert Stiche. Damit gehörte er zu den produktivsten Haarlemer Künstlern seiner Zeit. Beeinflusst wurde er unter anderem durch Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn.- Es fehlen die Blätter 5, 13, 15. Das Blatt 8 (Trictrack - Backgammon) beschnitten (ca. 18 x 13 cm), aber mit dem vollen Plattenrand.- Papier etwas gebräunt und vereinzelt leicht braunfleckig. A - NEUEINGÄNGE Januar 2018
Bookseller: Antiquariat MEINDL & SULZMANN OG
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2018-02-03 16:13:06
RHEINPFALZ: DONNERSBERG (Umgebung):
1633, 20,2 x 33 Am oberen Rand der Karte Schriftband, darunter Erklärungen. Zeigt das Gebiet zwischen Kirchheim-Bolanden und Lauterecken mit Einzeichnung der Kampfplätze zwischen Spaniern und Schweden.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
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2018-02-02 23:21:29
Hippocrates, Nicolaas Fonteyn,
Typis Iacobi Carpentier,, Amsteldami, 1633. In 12° (12,3×7 cm); (12), 125, (1) pp. Bella ed elegante legatura coeva in piena pelle chiara con titolo impressi in oro al dorso su fascette rosse. Dorso a 5 nervi. A c. D2 inizia con proprio occhietto: Tractatus de extractione foetus mortui per uncum di Nicolao Fontano. Bella Marca al frontespizio in cornice mano che impuga una spada e motto Ancho Raspel. Esemplare in ottime condizioni di conservazione. Rarissima edizione, tre soli esemplari censiti in ICCU, di questo celeberrimo testo di medicina e pediatria che, oltre a contenere i famosi aforismi di Ippocrate, presenta anche la prima edizione dell’opera dell’importante medico olandese, Nicolaas Fonteyn, dedicata all’estrazione dei feti morti. Fonteyn, geniale medico, ebbe però una brevissima vita che gli permise di pubblicare solo poche opere. Noto galenista, il suo lavoro ispirò altri grandi medici come ad esempio, Henry Vaughan a proposito dei libri del quale si legge in "The fact that he recorded notes in the Fonteyn and the Hippocrates-one a primer of medicine and the other a basic work on pediatrics, both pocket-sized and easily portable-tells us something about his medical interests and practice" nell’opera "Henry Vaughan’s Medical Annotations", Donald R. Dickson. Esemplare in bella legatura coeva ed in ottime condizioni di conservazione.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Antonio Zanfrognini [Modena, Italy]
2018-02-02 17:24:24
Hondius, Jodocus
Antwerp: Published in "L'Appendice de l'Atlas De Gerard Mercator et Iudocus Hondius", c. 1633 A very good map of Western Africa from Senegal to Cape Lopez .Inset map of the Island of S. Tomas an important slave trading outpost for those waiting to be transported to the new world. Van der Krogt 1, 8700:1A.
Bookseller: Webster's Fine Books & Maps, ABAC, ILAB
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2018-02-01 08:41:14
FRANKEN:
- 1633, 10,5 x 15,2 Pastoureau, Tassin IV (35); Titelkartusche links
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH
2018-01-31 15:59:26
SAUERLAND:
1633, 38 x 49 Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, 2420:1.1 - Rechts oben die dek. Titelkartusche, im Kartenbild zahlreiche Wappen. Gebiet Hamm - Warburg - Frankenberg - Olpe.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2018-01-31 15:40:59
BRIGGS Henry
Pieter Rammazeyn, 1633. FIRST EDITION. Fol., pp. [viii] 110, [cclxxiv]. *4 A-N4, O3, a-y6, z4, (lacking O4 blank), leaf with corrections inserted after F2. Roman & italic letter, geometric device on t.-p., numerous geometrical diags., woodcut initials & grotesque headpieces, 272 pp. of tables, contemp. autograph 'Lord Arundell' at head of t-p with his ms. shelf mark, C18 Arundell bookplate on pastedown, two stamps of the British Astronomical Association in margin of t-p. Light age yellowing, small ink stain to very outer blank margin of four ll. A very good, clean, well margined copy in contemporary English calf, sympathetically rebacked c. 1900, covers bordered with single blind and gilt rules, spine with raised bands, gilt ruled in compartments with gilt fleurons, all edges speckled red. 1st edn. of the first complete set of trigonometrical tables, "containing the natural sines, tangents and secants to the one hundredth part of a degree and to 15 places, which have never been superseded by any subsequent calculations". The work arose out of discussions between Briggs, professor of geometry at Gresham College, and the great Scots mathematician John Napier, the inventor of logarithms, who in 1614 had published his 'Mirifici Logarithmorum Canonis Descriptio'. Napier agreed to suggestions by Briggs for adapting his invention more readily to the construction of tables, and the result, entailing prodigious labour, was Briggs's 'Arithmetica Logarithmica' (1624) and the present work. It is clear that the scale of logarithms now in use, in which 1 is the logarithm of the ratio 10 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Limited
2018-01-31 15:04:04
1633. Antique Master Print, untitled. A shepherd and shepherdess with a herd of cattle and sheep. Engraving on laid paper. Description: From a set of prints after designs by Berchem. Ref: Hollstein 60.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Johannes Visscher' after 'Nicolaes Berchem'. Johannes de Visscher (1633-after 1692) was an etcher based in Amsterdam. He made many prints afetr the designs of Berchem. Nicolaes Pietersz. Berchem (1620-1683) was a Dutch painter of Italianate pastoral landscapes. Numerous of his paintings were engraved by famous engravers such as Boucher, Oudry, and Fragonard. Figures always feature quite prominently in his paintings. Condition: Good, given age. Margins cropped close to the image border. A small crease in the lower left corner. A small stain in the image area. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: TPCLA-C21-35 The overall size is ca. 8.2 x 10.6 inch. The image size is ca. 8.2 x 10.6 inch. The overall size is ca. 20.8 x 26.8 cm. The image size is ca. 20.8 x 26.8 cm.
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2018-01-30 15:34:05
Thomas and John Jewel] [Cranmer
Used [Publisher: Printed by Iohn [John] Norton, for Ioyce [Joyce] Norton and Richard Whitaker] 1633
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2018-01-29 13:47:55
Elbe.-
1633 Schöne, nach Süden orientierte Karte der Unterelbe. Mit kleiner Panoramaansicht von Hamburg, Wappen, Windrose, zahlreichen kleinen Segelschiffen und figürlicher Kartusche.- Leicht stockfleckig. Versand D: 5,00 EUR
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2018-01-28 22:46:06
JONSTONUS, JOHANNES [JONSTON, JOHN],
Amsterdam, Joannes Janssonius, 1633. Editio secunda priore auctior. Small 12mo. (VI)+578+(2) pp. Hardcover. Contemp. full vellum. Good. (Binding a bit soiled; free front endpaper missing, early inscriptions on pastedowns & title; mispagination: pp. 551-552 omitted without loss of text, collation complete with matching catchword page 550 to page 553).Natural, nature. England jonstonus, johannes jonston, john
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2018-01-28 21:03:13
[LUTE] GAUTIER, Jacques Late 16th century-before 1660
1633. Third state, the first with letters. Kinsky 136-2. Hollstein 23, iii/4. Dutuit 58iii/iv. Bartsch 59. The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York (two copies, one trimmed as in the present example and the other with the artist's name printed). A French lutenist and composer, Gautier "was sometimes known as 'Gautier d'Angleterre'... He left France in 1617 after being involved in a murder and fled to England, where he was attached to the court from 1625... In 1627 he was imprisoned in the Tower of London and tortured for making scandalous remarks about King Charles I, his patron the Duke of Buckingham and Queen Henrietta Maria, whom he taught the lute. He seems to have been restored to favour by about 1629, when he sat for the portraitist Ian Lievens, probably at court.... Contemporaries praised his brilliant, accurate and smooth playing..." Monique Rollin in Grove Music Online. A rare and desirable print.. 255 x 203 mm. Printed on laid paper. With four lines of printed text in Latin below the image. Trimmed to within platemark; lacking ca. 5 mm. at lower edge with resultant loss of artist's name and attribution; light creasing; some edge repairs; one pinhole just touching background tree.
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2018-01-28 21:03:13
[LUTE] GAUTIER, Jacques Late 16th century-before 1660
[ca. 1630-1633]. 255 x 203 mm. Printed on laid paper. With four lines of printed text in Latin below the image. Trimmed to within platemark; lacking ca. 5 mm. at lower edge with resultant loss of artist's name and attribution; light creasing; some edge repairs; one pinhole just touching background tree. Third state, the first with letters. Kinsky 136-2. Hollstein 23, iii/4. Dutuit 58iii/iv. Bartsch 59. The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York (two copies, one trimmed as in the present example and the other with the artist's name printed). A French lutenist and composer, Gautier "was sometimes known as 'Gautier d'Angleterre’... He left France in 1617 after being involved in a murder and fled to England, where he was attached to the court from 1625... In 1627 he was imprisoned in the Tower of London and tortured for making scandalous remarks about King Charles I, his patron the Duke of Buckingham and Queen Henrietta Maria, whom he taught the lute. He seems to have been restored to favour by about 1629, when he sat for the portraitist Ian Lievens, probably at court.... Contemporaries praised his brilliant, accurate and smooth playing..." Monique Rollin in Grove Music Online. A rare and desirable print.
Bookseller: J & J LUBRANO MUSIC ANTIQUARIANS [USA]
2018-01-27 13:10:25
SNORRI STURLESØN (SNORRE STURLESON) & PEDER CLAUSSØN.
Kiøbenhaffn, Melchior Martzan, 1633 og 1632. 4to. Contemporary full vellum. Boards and spine with wear, but fully intact. Light restorations along edges. SNORRI: Title-page printed in red and black, within a woodcut border made up of three parts. In the middle woodcut crowned arms. On verso The woodcut arms og Urne. (24),854,(26) pp. Light signs of wear, a few brownspots, and a few quires with light browning. CLAUSSØN: Title-page printed in red and black within a woodcutornamental border. (8),185,(10) pp. A bit of brownspotting and a few vague damp stains. Last eight leaves with marginal worming.Samtidigt helpergamentsbd. Permer og ryg med brugsspor, men helt intakt. Lette reparationer langs kanter. SNORRI: Titelbladet trykt i rødt og sort indenfor en bred tredelt røskenramme, i midtfeltet træskåret våben med krone, på bagsiden Vrnes træskårne våben. (24),854,(26) pp. lette brugsspor, enkelte brunpletter, enkelte ark med lettere bruning. CLAUSSØN: Titelblad trykt i rød og sort indenfor en røskenramme. (8),185,(10) pp. Lidt brunpletter og enkelte svage skjolder. De sidste 8 blade med insektspor i marginen. ¶ Both works, here present i the first editions thus, are quite rare. They are both issued with identical ornamentation. The Norse chronicle of the kings, here in Claussøn's translation, is edited by Ole Worm. "The translation of the Heimskringla occupies pp. 1-500, and is followed by a paraphrase of Sverriis saga, Hákonar Saga Sverrissonar, Gudorms ok Inga, and of Hákonar saga gamla, pp. 500-795, at end of which: "her endis den Norske Chronica, som aff det islandske Sproc … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-01-27 13:10:25
SNORRE.
København, 1633. Liten 4to. Nyere helskinnbind med opphøyde ryggbånd og tittelfelt i rødt skinn. Med ryggforgylling og gulldekor på deklene. Tittelbladet trykt i rødt og svart. (24), 858, (22) s.. (Prentet i Kiøbenhafn / ved Melchior Martzan / Paa Joachim Moltken Bogførers Bekostning) Dansk. Til tross for at materien er noe tett beskåret, et rent og fint eksemplar av den første oppnåeølige Snorre-utgaven.
Bookseller: Damms Antikvariat AS
2018-01-26 00:15:39
GERARD, John
London Printed by Adam Islip, Joice Norton and Richard Whitakers. The Second and Best Edition GERARD, John. The Herball or Generall Historie of Plantes. Gathered by John Gerarde of London Master in Chirurgerie. Very much Enlarged and Amended by Thomas Johnson Citizen and Apothecarye of London. London: Printed by Adam Islip., 1633. Second and best edition, and "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 woodcuts" (Hunt). Folio (13 3/4 x 9 1/4 inches; 348 x 235 mm.). [38], 30, 29-30, 29-1630, [48] pp. Bound without the initial and final blank leaves. Engraved allegorical title by John Payne. With 2,776 woodcuts of plants throughout the text. Decorative woodcut head- and tail-pieces and initials. Contemporary calf, neatly rebacked to style. Covers ruled in blind. Spine with red morocco label, lettered in gilt. All edges stained red. Scattered light marginal foxing on some leaves. Overall, an excellent copy. "The first edition of Gerard’s herbal [1597] held the field without a competitor for more than a generation. It was not until it began to noised abroad that a certain John Parkinson would soon produce a new herbal to take its place, that the successors of Gerard’s original publisher were brought to the point of undertaking a second edition. In 1632 they commissioned Thomas Johnson, a well-known London apothecary and botanist to carry out the work, with the proviso that it must be completed within the year. This heavy task Johnson accomplished w … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-01-25 19:20:00
[LUTE] GAUTIER, Jacques Late 16th century-before 1660
1633. Third state, the first with letters. Kinsky 136-2. Hollstein 23, iii/4. Dutuit 58iii/iv. Bartsch 59. The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York (two copies, one trimmed as in the present example and the other with the artist's name printed). A French lutenist and composer, Gautier "was sometimes known as 'Gautier d'Angleterre'... He left France in 1617 after being involved in a murder and fled to England, where he was attached to the court from 1625... In 1627 he was imprisoned in the Tower of London and tortured for making scandalous remarks about King Charles I, his patron the Duke of Buckingham and Queen Henrietta Maria, whom he taught the lute. He seems to have been restored to favour by about 1629, when he sat for the portraitist Ian Lievens, probably at court.... Contemporaries praised his brilliant, accurate and smooth playing..." Monique Rollin in Grove Music Online. A rare and desirable print.. 255 x 203 mm. Printed on laid paper. With four lines of printed text in Latin below the image. Trimmed to within platemark; lacking ca. 5 mm. at lower edge with resultant loss of artist's name and attribution; light creasing; some edge repairs; one pinhole just touching background tree.
Bookseller: J & J Lubrano Music Antiquarians LLC
2018-01-25 17:43:30
LUTE] GAUTIER, Jacques Late 16th century-before 1660
1633 - 255 x 203 mm. Printed on laid paper. With four lines of printed text in Latin below the image. Trimmed to within platemark; lacking ca. 5 mm. at lower edge with resultant loss of artist's name and attribution; light creasing; some edge repairs; one pinhole just touching background tree. Third state, the first with letters. Kinsky 136-2. Hollstein 23, iii/4. Dutuit 58iii/iv. Bartsch 59. The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York (two copies, one trimmed as in the present example and the other with the artist's name printed). A French lutenist and composer, Gautier "was sometimes known as 'Gautier d'Angleterre'. He left France in 1617 after being involved in a murder and fled to England, where he was attached to the court from 1625. In 1627 he was imprisoned in the Tower of London and tortured for making scandalous remarks about King Charles I, his patron the Duke of Buckingham and Queen Henrietta Maria, whom he taught the lute. He seems to have been restored to favour by about 1629, when he sat for the portraitist Ian Lievens, probably at court. Contemporaries praised his brilliant, accurate and smooth playing." Monique Rollin in Grove Music Online.A rare and desirable print.
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2018-01-22 21:32:34
SALA, ANGELO (ANGELUS).
- Güstrow (Rostock), Joachim Fuess in Verlegung Johan Hallervords, 1633. Small 8vo. Later, modest clothbacked marbled boards. Without pagination. (320) pp. Very light browning and a few scattered brownspots. Scarce first edition of an importent work on the borderline of chemistry and medicine. Osler states that he "was one of the founders of modern chemistry"."Sala (following Paracelsus) defined the Spagyric Art as that part of chemistry which has for its subject the natural bodies, vegetable, animal, and mineral, and such operations as tend to the end of rendering them useful in medicine. its principal operations are separation, subtilisation, and sublimation." (Partington)."He was an able physician and an excellent chemist, an admirer and to some extent a follower of Paracelsus, an advocate of chemical remedies, an opponent of quackery, and he was able to judge fairly the merits both of the chemical and Galenic systems of medicine then in conflict. Concring calls him the first of the chemists who was free from triffling; (Ferguson)."Considering his work as a whole, it is evident that Sala was above all a practitioner. In his view, demonstrations could be carried out only through manual operations (inventionibus manualibus), that is to say, only with the aid of experimental examples, which he clearly distinguished from argumentation. For him, chemistry was still a handicraft (ars)."(DSB).Ferguson II, p. 314. - Partington II, p. 277. - Duveen, p. 526. - Not in Neville. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-LILA [Denmark]
2018-01-22 15:05:27
Gerard, John:
London, Adam Islip, Joice Norton and Richard Whitakers, 1633. Groß-4°. 35 cm. [15] Blatt, 1614 [i. e. 1618] Seiten, [24] Blatt. Ganzlederband der Zeit auf Holzdeckeln mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel auf Lederschildchen. John Gerard oder Gerarde, geboren 1545 in Nantwich, gestorben im Februar 1612 in London. Chirurg und Botaniker. Zweite Ausgabe des Kräuterbuches von John Gerard welche gegenüber der Erstausgabe um ca. 250 Seiten und 1000 Holzschnitte erweitert wurde. Der Rücken des Ledereinbandes und die Vorsätze wurden erneuert, der gestochene Titel liegt nur als miteingebundene Kopie vor, es fehlen aus dem "Vorwort" die Blätter "q4" und "q5" (Danksagung an Cecil Knight von Gerard und "Lancelotus erunius..." von Matthias de Lobel), es fehlen weiter insgesamt 8 Blatt (S. 229/230, 625/626, 983/984, 1003/1004, 1005/1006, 1007/1008, 1009/1010, 1075/1076). Ein Blatt liegt lose bei, dieses und die letzten 4 Blätter mit Eckfehlstellen, verbunden mit geringem Textverlust, wenige Blätter mit Randläsuren, oberer Bereich des Buches wasserfleckig. Innendeckel und einige Blätter mit Besitzerstempel. Gutes Exemplar. Versand D: 4,90 EUR Botanik / botany; Kräuter / herbs
Bookseller: Antiquariat Lenzen [Düsseldorf, Germany]
2018-01-22 15:03:30
Gerard, John:
London, Adam Islip, Joice Norton and Richard Whitakers, 1633. Groß-4°. 35 cm. [15] Blatt, 1614 [i. e. 1618] Seiten, [24] Blatt. Ganzlederband der Zeit auf Holzdeckeln mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel auf Lederschildchen. John Gerard oder Gerarde, geboren 1545 in Nantwich, gestorben im Februar 1612 in London. Chirurg und Botaniker. Zweite Ausgabe des Kräuterbuches von John Gerard welche gegenüber der Erstausgabe um ca. 250 Seiten und 1000 Holzschnitte erweitert wurde. Der Rücken des Ledereinbandes und die Vorsätze wurden erneuert, der gestochene Titel liegt nur als miteingebundene Kopie vor, es fehlen aus dem \"Vorwort\" die Blätter \"q4\" und \"q5\" (Danksagung an Cecil Knight von Gerard und \"Lancelotus erunius...\" von Matthias de Lobel), es fehlen weiter insgesamt 8 Blatt (S. 229/230, 625/626, 983/984, 1003/1004, 1005/1006, 1007/1008, 1009/1010, 1075/1076). Ein Blatt liegt lose bei, dieses und die letzten 4 Blätter mit Eckfehlstellen, verbunden mit geringem Textverlust, wenige Blätter mit Randläsuren, oberer Bereich des Buches wasserfleckig. Innendeckel und einige Blätter mit Besitzerstempel. Gutes Exemplar. Versand D: 4,90 EUR Botanik / botany; Kräuter / herbs
Bookseller: Antiquariat Lenzen GbR
2018-01-22 11:00:47
Amsterdami: Apud Guilielmum Blaeu, 1633. 32mo, pp. 3-454, [6] (as in Darlow & Moule); extra engraved title-p. inserted; early 19th century wallet-style black morocco with slit in back cover to accommodate flap, a.e.g.; small tear adjacent to flap, front free endpaper excised, else very good. Not found in OCLC. Darlow & Moule 4681: "The editor, according to Ruess, must have taken as the basis of this text Beza's third major edition ... emending it in places by the help of other editions, especially R. Stephanus' second edition, who do not call for a printed title."
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2018-01-22 10:02:13
(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 [United Kingdom]
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2018-01-19 22:43:00
Antique print, titled: 'De Slagh vant hantie tegens twee duijnkerckers aen.' - (The Hantie sea battle, when a Dutch war ship attacked pirates from Duynkercken, which took place on april 19th. 1633. Captain Cornelis Jansz. De Haen, died in this battle.) Cornelis Jansz de Haen (1580-1633) was a Dutch heroic naval officer. He conquered 7 ships in this battle, but was killed during the entering of the next ship. Etching/engraving on laid paper. Description: From an ed. published by Bernardus Cleynhens (active 1735-1779) in Haarlem. Ref: Hollst. 224 III/IV (IV), Atlas van Stolk 1748.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Salomon Savery' after an anonymous artist. Salomon Savery (1594-1683) was an engraver from the Dutch artist family Savery. He was born in Amsterdam and died in Haarlem. He travelled to England in 1632. Condition: Excellent, given age. Print in matting. A crease in the lower left margin corner (minimally affecting the image). General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: R-164 TPC The overall size is ca. 6.5 x 5.6 inch. The image size is ca. 6.3 x 5.2 inch. The overall size is ca. 16.6 x 14.3 cm. The image size is ca. 15.9 x 13.3 cm.
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2018-01-19 18:54:38
7 divers in-folio et in-4 1633-1833 bon - Quittance d'Urbain de Navinault, seigneur de La Durandière, et d'Antoine de Navinault, seigneur de Saint-Maurice, aux seigneurs de Puygarreau, du prix d'acquisition de la terre de Saire-la-Vineuse (commune de Monte) déposé entre les mains du receveur du cardinal de Richelieu. Parchemin, 3 pp. in-4. 14 mars 1633. - Deux lettres du procureur général de la Cour Royale de Poitiers, Brault, relatives à des affaires en cour. 1817-1833. - 3 passeports impériaux délivrés par des autorités du département de la Vienne. 1808-1814. - Nomination d'un brigadier de gendarmerie à Chatellerault (an 7, en-tête et vignette).
Bookseller: Traces Ecrites [Paris, France]
2018-01-18 23:10:36
6 divers in-4 et in-folio 1633-1735 bon - Dom Jean-Philippe Loume, docteur en Sorbonne et proviseur du Collège de St Bernard de Toulouse durant près de 40 ans (1702-1739). Lettre autographe (manque la fin) à « Monseigneur ». 4 pp. in-4. Longue lettre se défendant des accusations calomnieuses dont il est l'objet et qui lui valurent un exil. « O seray je bien encore une seconde fois importuner Votre Eminence pour luy rendre compte qu'en conséquence de l'ordre de Son Altesse Royalle adressé à M. notre abbé de l'ordre de Citeaux par M. le marquis de La Vrillère, je suis sorti de Toulouse et je me suis transporté dans cette abbaye de Belleperche, diocèse de Montauban [.]. Le prétexte qu'on y prend pour me faire sortir de Toulouse est qu'il estoit revenu à Monseigneur le Prince Régent des plaintes que j'étois le principal auteur des brouilleries et désordres qu'on dit être arrivés depuis quelques tems dans l'université de Toulouse [.]. Ce prétexte est certainement faux et calomnieux [.]. Toute l'université s'assembla encore en corps le dimanche suivant 12 février, et il y fut délibéré à la confusion et présence de trois jésuites et du Sr Oriordan, Irlandois, qu'ils ont fourré dans cette Université et qui leur est dévoué à toute oeuvre ; que le prétexte qu'on avoit allégué contre moyé toit une évidente calomnie [.] ». - Imprimé : Arrest du Parlement de Toulouse qui décharge les curez de donner de l'Eau bénite aux seigneurs des lieux [.]. 1709. Imprimé à Toulouse par Lecamus. 4 pp. in-4. - Imprimé : Harangue faite au Roy à Versailles le 5 juin 1735 par Monseigneur l'Archevêque de T … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Traces Ecrites [Paris, France]
2018-01-17 18:05:33
Antique print, titled: 'Frisia Occidentalis.' - A map of the Dutch province Friesland. With the three Wadden Islands Vlieland, Terschelling and Ameland. Engraving, with a little (faded) hand colouring on hand laid paper. Description: From the Mercator-Hondius-Janssonius Atlas, 1633, German edition. Ref: Koeman 1:321/22 (1633 German): 28 2H 121-124 (3910:1.1).Artists and Engravers: Publisher: Henricus Hondius. Cartographers: Adriaan Metius and Gerard Freitag. Condition: Very good, given age. Original middle fold, as issued. Some surface damage in the center of the image, near the middle fold. Faint soiling in the lower right corner of the image. Top right margin corner soiled. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: BG-B2-27 The overall size is ca. 21.4 x 16.3 inch. The image size is ca. 19.6 x 15.4 inch. The overall size is ca. 54.3 x 41.5 cm. The image size is ca. 49.8 x 39 cm.
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2018-01-15 20:07:54
Dreißigjähriger Krieg]. - Vierthaler, Paul (D. n. b.).
Berlin, 12. XI, 1633. 1 S. 4to. Mit Adresse. An den Bürgermeister von Zerbst Elias Schmidt: "[...] gestern seindt keiserische alhir beim Rathe gewesen, haben ein Summa geldes von etlich tausenden begehrett [...]". - Papierbedingt etwas gebräunt; etwas fleckig und mit kleinen Randläsuren sowie einem kleinen Ausschnitt durch Siegelbruch (dieses erhalten).
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2018-01-13 19:10:52
Gerard, John
London, Adam Islip, Joice Norton and Richard Whitakers, 1633. Groß-4. 35 cm. [15] Blatt, 1614 [i. e. 1618] Seiten, [24] Blatt. Ganzlederband der Zeit auf Holzdeckeln mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel auf Lederschildchen. John Gerard oder Gerarde, geboren 1545 in Nantwich, gestorben im Februar 1612 in London. Chirurg und Botaniker. Zweite Ausgabe des Kräuterbuches von John Gerard welche gegenüber der Erstausgabe um ca. 250 Seiten und 1000 Holzschnitte erweitert wurde. Der Rücken des Ledereinbandes und die Vorsätze wurden erneuert, der gestochene Titel liegt nur als miteingebundene Kopie vor, es fehlen aus dem "Vorwort" die Blätter "q4" und "q5" (Danksagung an Cecil Knight von Gerard und "Lancelotus erunius..." von Matthias de Lobel), es fehlen weiter insgesamt 8 Blatt (S. 229/230, 625/626, 983/984, 1003/1004, 1005/1006, 1007/1008, 1009/1010, 1075/1076). Ein Blatt liegt lose bei, dieses und die letzten 4 Blätter mit Eckfehlstellen, verbunden mit geringem Textverlust, wenige Blätter mit Randläsuren, oberer Bereich des Buches wasserfleckig. Innendeckel und einige Blätter mit Besitzerstempel. Gutes Exemplar.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Lenzen GbR [Germany]
2018-01-13 14:14:02
BOXHORNIUS MARCUS ZUERIUS
apud Ioannem Ianssonium, 1633. Cm. 11, pp. (8), 516. Splendido frontespizio inciso in rame raffigurante due putti in cima a due colonne con al centro i dati tipografici. Bellissimo ex-libris ovale inciso in rame verosimilmente coevo (Heinrich Grote). Legatura coeva in piena pergamena rigida con piccole unghie e titoli in oro su tass. in pelle al dorso; tagli rossi. Bell'esemplare. Mark Zuesius Boxhorn (1612-1653), storico olandese, si dedicò ad opere di storia fiamminga, alla cura di edizioni di classici e di emblemi ed infine al diritto della navigazione. Quest'opera, per buona parte in edizione originale, raccoglie documenti, fonti e scritti di vari autori dedicati alla storia di Liegi. Cfr. Rahir, Catalogue, n. 1858; Kvk. .
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Apuleio
2018-01-11 21:54:33
BRANDENBURG - MECKLENBURG - POMMERN:
- dat. 1633, 45 x 54,7 Campbell, Vischer Nr. 18 u. Taf. V; Von Stettin bis Breslau Nr. 519 mit Abb.( Ausgabe 1630). - Oben mittig Schriftkartusche und mit insgesamt 4 Stadtansichten von Stettin, Stralsund, Rostock und Frankfurt/Oder ( je ca. 4,5 x 14 ). - Ausgezeichneter Druck dieser seltenen Karte.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH
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2018-01-11 03:32:45
LA VEGA (Garcilaso de).
Paris, A. Courbé, 1633. In-4°, veau, dos à nerfs richement orné aux petits fers (reliure de l'époque). [48]-1319 [i.e. 1309]-[34] pp. Première édition de la traduction française par Jean Baudoin d'après l'originale en espagnol parue en 1609 à Lisbonne. Elle est ornée d'un titre-frontispice représentant Manco Capac, empereur des Incas, et la reine Mama Ocllo avec une procession dans le temple du soleil de Cuzco.(Brunet, II, 1483; Sabin, 98743).Garcilaso de la Vega, dit l'Inca, né à Cuzco en 1539 et mort à Cordoue en 1616, était le fils d'un conquistador espagnol et d'une princesse inca. Son Commentaire royal est un précieux témoignage sur l'histoire de cette civilisation et la conquête du Pérou.Absence de paginationdes pp. 241 & 242 et 990 à 999 sans manque de texte.Gardes de couleurs uniquement sur le contreplat. Restauration aux mors et épidermures reprises sur le splats.Bon exemplaire.
Bookseller: Librairie Blomet [France, Paris]
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