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        Fossa Eugeniana quae a Rheno ad Mosam duci coepta est, Anno CICICCXXVII ductu Comutis Henrici van den Berge. - Amstelodami Sumptibus Henrici Hondij.':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Henricus Hondius aus Atlas ofte Afbeeldinghe van de gantsche Weerldt . b. Johannes Janssonius (Jansson) in Amsterdam, 1634, 37,5 x 49,5 van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. I, 3790:1.1; Pistor-Smeets, Die Fossa Eugenina, S. 72, Nr. 3.1.4.2. - 2. Zustand der Fossakarte von Hondius. - Die Karte hier mit Belagerungsring um Rheinberg. - Zeigt das Gebiet zwischen anten, Moers, Krickenbeck und Maaslauf. - Unten rechts Titelkartusche. - Unten links Kartusche mit Meilenzeiger und Verlegeradresse. - Unten mittig Kartusche mit Erklärungen.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas]
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        Dans les bois d'Andilly. (Auguste de Chatillon.) Morceau pour chant et Piano. Autograph musical manuscript signed in full and dated 1870. The complete work

      Published as a separate piece by Durand & Sch?newerk in Paris [PN D.S. & Cie. 1634], [1873]). "Godard composed works in most genres with the exception of church music, but ultimately he made his reputation as a composer of salon pieces for piano and of songs, albums of which were translated into English... His early promise did not really develop in his later works, although his early death from consumption meant that he had no chance to mature fully as a composer... His songs have considerable charm and one or two numbers from his operas have survived in the repertory in their own right." Richard Langham Smith in Grove Music Online. Louise Mercy d'Argenteau (born Marie-Clotilde-Elisabeth Louise de Riquet, 1837-1890), the dedicatee, became famous for her championship of Russian nationalist composers, especially Alexander Borodin and César Cui. Auguste de Chatillon (1808-1881) was a painter and poet.. Folio (330 x 255 mm). Title + 7 pp. Notated in ink on systems with 3 staves, one for solo voice ("Chant") and two for piano, on 16-stave paper with small octagonal blindstamp of Lard-Esnault, Paris to upper inner corners. With autograph dedication to head of title: "à Madame La Comtesse Mercy d'Argenteau." With text in French. A fair copy. Slightly browned, a bit heavier at margins; some show-through; occasional smudges. Closely trimmed at lower edge, just affecting notation in several instances.

      [Bookseller: J & J Lubrano Music Antiquarians LLC]
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        C. Cornelius Tacitus ex I. Lipsii accuratissima editione

      ex Officina Elzeviriana 1634 12mo (cm. 11,9), opera legata in 2 Voll., 10 cc.nn. (compreso frontis. interamente inciso ed una tav. a piena pagina), 432 pp.; da p. 433 a p. 786, 15 cc.nn. Splendide legature coeve in marocchino rosso con nervi, ricchissimi fregi e titolo in oro su tassello nero al ds. Piatti incorniciati da duplici fili oro, dentelle decorate, tagli oro. Carte di guardia marmorizzate con disegno a pettine. Piccole mancanze alle cuffie superiori, ma nel complesso ottimo esemplare. Willems (415): â??Lâ??édition est fort belle et très recherchéeâ??. Provenienza: collezione Wardington (Ex libris cartaceo ai contropiatti posteriori).

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        THE COMPLEAT GENTLEMAN and THE GENTLEMANS EXERCISE. Fashioning him absolute, in the most necessary and commendable Qualities concerning minde or bodie that may be required in a Noble Gentleman.

      London, printed for Francis Constable, 1634.. Whereunto is annexed a description of the order of a maine Bataile or Pitched Field, eight severall wayes: with the Art of Limming and other additions, newly enlarged, by Henry Peacham Master of Arts: Sometime of Trinitie Colledge in Cambridge. Includes "The Gentlemans Exercise" Or, An exquisite practise, as well for drawing all manner of Beasts in their true Portraitures: as also the making of all kinds of colours, to be used in Limming, Painting, Tricking and Blazon of Coates and Armes, with divers other most delightfull and pleasurable observations for all young Gentlemen and others. As also Serving for the necessary use and generall benefit of divers Trades-men and Artificers, as namely Painters, Joyners, Free-Masons, Cutters and Carvers, etc. for the farther gracing, beautifying, and garnishing of all their absolute and worthy pieces, either for borders, architects, or columnes, &c. By Henry Peacham Master of Artes, in two books with separate dated title pages, pagination, and register, 3rd edition 1634. Small 4to, approximately 190 x 135 mm, 7½ x 5¼ inches, LACKS ENGRAVED TITLE in first book (supplied in modern facsimile, tipped onto free endpaper) and FINAL 3 PAGES of the second book in the Blazoning Armes chapter (supplied in modern facsimiles) Pages: [xii], 1-153, [8], 154-255, [1]; [8], 1-160, (should be 163), between pages 153-154 there are 4 leaves of cancels marked signature x, See ESTC No. S114316. The first cancel leaf is numbered 153 on the recto and the last is numbered 154 on the verso, both these pages are duplicates, the rest of the cancel pages are not duplicated and are unnumbered, woodcut arms in text of both parts and a few text illustrations in the second part, bound in full contemporary leather, rebacked, gilt lettered label with gilt decoration above and below, gilt date at bottom of spine, double blind rule to covers, new endpapers, some woodcut head- and tailpieces and decorated initials. Binding rubbed and scuffed, repairs to both corners of lower cover, binding slightly bowed, neat repairs to the top corners of the title page and following 3 pages, no loss of text, the first 3 pages after title page have outer margin neatly repaired, no loss of text, first 2 pages of Chapter 1 have small tear to top corners, no loss of text, A3 bound out of order before A2, title pages slightly dusty, marginal staining to title page and first few pages, 1 stained original endpaper laid down on new paper with the name Robert Walpole written 3 times in old ink on the original paper, some pale staining to lower margins of last 26 pages, not affecting text, 2 pages at end slightly ragged, armorial book-plate on first pastedown of Vice Admiral R. M. Harbord Hamond, see Google for details of his commands etc. A good copy, lacking engraved title and last 3 pages on arms at end of second part as noted and replaced with modern facsimiles, the 3 at the end mounted on stubbs. See: A Bibliography of Military Books up to 1642 by Maurice J. D. Cockle, page 100 number 128, Military Observations, instructions in the use of the musket and pike, and in drilling; John Resler Swift, A Catalogue of Books Ancient and Modern Relating to Falconry, Published in the English Language1486-2000, page 249, 455.03; Bibliotheca Accipitraria II, Bibliotheca Piscatoria, A catalogue of Books on Angling by Westwood and Satchell, page 167; The Angling Library of the late John Gerard Heckscher of New York City, Part 2, page 43, No, 1512. The chapter on fishing does not appear in the first edition, pages 251-255; English Literature 1475-1700 by Carl Pforzheimer, page 799 number 787, listing the first edition; ESTC, S114316. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Biblia. Das ist: Die gantze heilige Schrifft Deutsch, D. Mart. Luth. Mit außgehenden Versiculn, Marginalien und Vorreden Lutheri, Concordantzien, Chronologien, und unterschiedlichen Registern . sampt den Summarien D. Danielis Crameri . Auff solche Art noch nie gesehen. 3 Tle. in 1 Bd. Mit illustr. Kupfertitel, sehr zahlr. Textholzschnitten und 2 gr. Holzschnitt-Druckermarken.

      Joh. und H. Stern -1635. -, Lüneburg 1634 - Neuer schlichter HLdr. unter Verwendung der zeitgenöss. Holzdeckel mit floral gepunztem Schnitt. Kl.-4to. 32 nn. Bll., 380 num. Bll.; 263 num. Bll.; Bll. (264)-445, 1 Bl. - Seltene und schön gedruckte Bibel aus der Lüneburger Offizin Sterne. - "Die Luther-Bibel in höchster Vollkommenheit und in einem Format herauszubringen, das für den jeweiligen Zweck am besten geeignet war, daran hat er (Johann Stern) sein Lebtag gearbeitet . Mit welchen großen Hoffnungen haben die Sterne diesen Druck betrieben! Den heutigen Leser stimmt es wehmütig, auf dem Titelblatt zu lesen: 'Im tausendhundertsechsvierunddreyssigsten Jahr, Da stoltzer Fried lieblich blüht ich gedrucket war'." (Dumrese/Sch.). - Mit der reichen Ausstattung durch Holzschnitte scheinen die Verleger bewußt die Tradition der Reformationszeit fortzusetzen. - Der prächtige Kupfertitel mit Szenen von Krieg und Frieden, darunter Flucht, Moses erhält die 10 Gebote, das goldene Lamm, Schlachtfeld und Überreichung der Friedensfahne. - Neu aufgebunden, gebräunt und etw. stockfl., zu Beginn fingerfl. und mit kl. Randläsuren, 1 Textholzschnitt sauber ausgeschnitten (vo. Textverlust). Deckelbezug tls. beschädigt.Bibelslg. Württ. Landesbibl. E 764. - Dumrese/Schilling S. 36 (mit ganzseit. Abb. des Kupfertitels). - Reinitzer 176. 3900 g. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        THE COMPLEAT GENTLEMAN and THE GENTLEMANS EXERCISE. Fashioning him absolute, in the most necessary and commendable Qualities concerning minde or bodie that may be required in a Noble Gentleman.

      London, printed for Francis Constable, 1634.Whereunto is annexed a description of the order of a maine Bataile or Pitched Field, eight severall wayes: with the Art of Limming and other additions, newly enlarged, by Henry Peacham Master of Arts: Sometime of Trinitie Colledge in Cambridge. Includes "The Gentlemans Exercise" Or, An exquisite practise, as well for drawing all manner of Beasts in their true Portraitures: as also the making of all kinds of colours, to be used in Limming, Painting, Tricking and Blazon of Coates and Armes, with divers other most delightfull and pleasurable observations for all young Gentlemen and others. As also Serving for the necessary use and generall benefit of divers Trades - men and Artificers, as namely Painters, Joyners, Free - Masons, Cutters and Carvers, etc. for the farther gracing, beautifying, and garnishing of all their absolute and worthy pieces, either for borders, architects, or columnes, &c. By Henry Peacham Master of Artes, in two books with separate dated title pages, pagination, and register, 3rd edition 1634. Small 4to, approximately 190 x 135 mm, 7½ x 5¼ inches, LACKS ENGRAVED TITLE in first book (supplied in modern facsimile, tipped onto free endpaper) and FINAL 3 PAGES of the second book in the Blazoning Armes chapter (supplied in modern facsimiles) Pages: [xii], 1 - 153, [8], 154 - 255, [1]; [8], 1 - 160, (should be 163), between pages 153 - 154 there are 4 leaves of cancels marked signature x, See ESTC No. S114316. The first cancel leaf is numbered 153 on the recto and the last is numbered 154 on the verso, both these pages are duplicates, the rest of the cancel pages are not duplicated and are unnumbered, woodcut arms in text of both parts and a few text illustrations in the second part, bound in full contemporary leather, rebacked, gilt lettered label with gilt decoration above and below, gilt date at bottom of spine, double blind rule to covers, new endpapers, some woodcut head - and tailpieces and decorated initials. Binding rubbed and scuffed, repairs to both corners of lower cover, binding slightly bowed, neat repairs to the top corners of the title page and following 3 pages, no loss of text, the first 3 pages after title page have outer margin neatly repaired, no loss of text, first 2 pages of Chapter 1 have small tear to top corners, no loss of text, A3 bound out of order before A2, title pages slightly dusty, marginal staining to title page and first few pages, 1 stained original endpaper laid down on new paper with the name Robert Walpole written 3 times in old ink on the original paper, some pale staining to lower margins of last 26 pages, not affecting text, 2 pages at end slightly ragged, armorial book - plate on first pastedown of Vice Admiral R. M. Harbord Hamond, see Google for details of his commands etc. A good copy, lacking engraved title and last 3 pages on arms at end of second part as noted and replaced with modern facsimiles, the 3 at the end mounted on stubbs. See: A Bibliography of Military Books up to 1642 by Maurice J. D. Cockle, page 100 number 128, Military Observations, instructions in the use of the musket and pike, and in drilling; John Resler Swift, A Catalogue of Books Ancient and Modern Relating to Falconry, Published in the English Language1486 - 2000, page 249, 455.03; Bibliotheca Accipitraria II, Bibliotheca Piscatoria, A catalogue of Books on Angling by Westwood and Satchell, page 167; The Angling Library of the late John Gerard Heckscher of New York City, Part 2, page 43, No, 1512. The chapter on fishing does not appear in the first edition, pages 251 - 255; English Literature 1475 - 1700 by Carl Pforzheimer, page 799 number 787, listing the first edition; ESTC, S114316. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        THE HISTORIE OF THE CHURCH SINCE THE DAYES OF OUR SAVIOR JESUS CHRIST, UNTILL THIS PRESENT AGE. Divided into Foure Bookes... Divided into 16. Centuries... The Third Edition Corrected and Inlarged.

      London: Printed by John Dawson, for John Bellamie. 1634. n. Folio. (18),602,(18)pp. Indices. Cont. full calf with black calf spine label, rubbed, large chip at foot of spine, hinges chipped & starting but cords still holding strong.

      [Bookseller: Kenneth Karmiole, Bookseller, Inc.]
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        ABREGÉ DES VIES DES PRINCIPAUX FONDATEURS DES RELIGIONS DE L'EGLISE, REPRESENTEZ DANS LE CHOEUR DE L'ABBAIE DE S. LAMBERT DE LIESSIES EN HAYNAUT: AVEC LES MAXIMES SPIRITUELLES DE CHAQUE FONDATEUR

      Anvers: Chez Martin Nutius, 1634. FIRST AND ONLY EDITION n. Offered here in an especially well-preserved copy, this work is of primary interest for its beautiful engravings done after paintings that once made the Benedictine Abbey of Liessies famous--paintings which, tragically, were either sold, given away, or destroyed during the French Revolution. All but two of the engravings seen here are portraits of important religious personages, including the obvious central figures (Christ, the Virgin, John the Baptist, the Church Fathers, etc.) as well as more recently cannonized saints such as Theresa of Avila. The prolific Étienne Binet (1569-1639), a Jesuit priest from Dijon, has supplied a short biography for each figure, as well as a list of central maxims associated with them, in order to encourage contemplation by the reader. The radiant plates promote this same spirit of meditation and communicate the distinct personalities of their subjects, thanks to the remarkable talents of the designer who studied the original paintings, Theodor Galle (1571-1633), and the engraver who brought them to life, Cornelis Galle (1576-1656). These two artists were brothers, born into a famous Belgian family of engravers. They learned the craft from their father, Phillip, and later in Italy, where they studied the Masters and perfected their art. Back in Antwerp, Cornelis and Theodor both became prominent members of society and found success and prosperity in their careers: Theodor was master of his guild in Antwerp, where, according to Bryan, "he held a commanding position" and for 33 years supplied engravings for the Plantin press (his descendants continued this relationship until 1694). Cornelis was greatly successful in his work as a printseller, collector, and engraver. Their work, particularly that of Cornelis, is considered to be among the best of the period, and this dynamic collaboration between the two siblings seems to bring out the best qualities of each artist: the plates in the present volume are cleverly designed, full of animated activity and detail, and characterized by a high level of precision, even in the rendering of the smallest figures.. 200 x 165 mm. (7 7/8 x 6 1/8"). 300, [4] pp. FIRST AND ONLY EDITION. Attractive 19th-century blue morocco by W. Pratt, triple gilt fillets on covers, spine gilt in compartments with cruciform centerpiece and curling vine cornerpieces, very pretty gilt turn-ins, all edges gilt. WITH 40 SUMPTUOUS ENGRAVINGS, including an engraved title page, 38 portraits of important religious figures and saints, and a final plate depicting these personnages worshipping God in Heaven. Funck, p. 212, fig. 80 & p. 215; Brunet I, 946. See also: Bryan II, p. 210-11. Joints and corners slightly rubbed, one-inch repair to the margin of leaf N1, faint offsetting from plates (slightly heavier in a handful of cases), occasional minor marginal stains, otherwise A VERY PLEASING COPY, WITH ESPECIALLY STRONG, CLEAN IMPRESSIONS OF THE ENGRAVINGS. Offered here in an especially well-preserved copy, this work is of primary interest for its beautiful engravings done after paintings that once made the Benedictine Abbey of Liessies famous--paintings which, tragically, were either sold, given away, or destroyed during the French Revolution. All but two of the engravings seen here are portraits of important religious personages, including the obvious central figures (Christ, the Virgin, John the Baptist, the Church Fathers, etc.) as well as more recently cannonized saints such as Theresa of Avila. The prolific Étienne Binet (1569-1639), a Jesuit priest from Dijon, has supplied a short biography for each figure, as well as a list of central maxims associated with them, in order to encourage contemplation by the reader. The radiant plates promote this same spirit of meditation and communicate the distinct personalities of their subjects, thanks to the remarkable talents of the designer who studied the original paintings, Theodor Galle (1571-1633), and the engraver who brought them to life, Cornelis Galle (1576-1656). These two artists were brothers, born into a famous Belgian family of engravers. They learned the craft from their father, Phillip, and later in Italy, where they studied the Masters and perfected their art. Back in Antwerp, Cornelis and Theodor both became prominent members of society and found success and prosperity in their careers: Theodor was master of his guild in Antwerp, where, according to Bryan, "he held a commanding position" and for 33 years supplied engravings for the Plantin press (his descendants continued this relationship until 1694). Cornelis was greatly successful in his work as a printseller, collector, and engraver. Their work, particularly that of Cornelis, is considered to be among the best of the period, and this dynamic collaboration between the two siblings seems to bring out the best qualities of each artist: the plates in the present volume are cleverly designed, full of animated activity and detail, and characterized by a high level of precision, even in the rendering of the smallest figures.

      [Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Mediev]
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        Le prince Nouvelle edition Divisée par chapitres avec les sommaires de chaque chapitre Paris chez Toussainct du Bray

      

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        Weltkarte world map mappe monde Mercator engraving antique print

      Buch 1634 - Thousands of antique maps and prints in our shop!! (KN 48272) "Typus orbis terrarum" originalcopper engraved mapfromMercator with Janssonius from 1634 size of sheet: ca.22 x17 cm (circa8.6 x6.7 inches) good condition Thousands of antique maps, charts, antique prints, books etc. in our shop Original! - No Copy! - No Reprint! Prepayment. - The Buyer pays for shipping. Insured and registered shipping worldwide. More engravings and antiquemaps in our shop! We combine shipping - if possible Many antique maps and prints in our shop! - Viele weitere antiquarische Bücher und alte Grafiken in unserem shop! Sprache: Deutsch

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        Hungary antique map - Visscher, 1634.

      Nova et recens emendata totius regni Ungariae una cum adiacentibus et finitimis regionibusFine and rare map of Greater Hungary engraved by Van Doeticum, published by Claes Janszn. in 1634. Visscher. Distinguishes from other maps, with different signs to identify towns and villages that remained christian under Turkish rulership. Verso: blank.Size: 35,7 x 53,9 cm.Price: € 1.500,- (excl. VAT/BTW).

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        Orlando Furioso in English Heroical Verse by Sir John Harington, [With:] The Most Elegant and Wittie Epigrams of Sir John Harington.

      Small folio (265 x 182 mm) in sixes. London: G. Miller for J. Parker, 1634. Small folio (265 x 182 mm) in sixes, (18), 423, (9), 46 pp. Engraved title and 46 plates, woodcut initials, head- and tail pieces throughout. A made up copy, complete. Full gilt morocco by Strikeman, all edges red-gilt, marbled endpapers. Light scuff to upper board, endpaper over upper hinge split (hinge strong), plates generally clean, very good. Front paste down with bookplate of Alexander L Wyant and the bookplate and small shelf mark of Manhattan College, their blind stamp to the title page and one internal leaf. Third edition of Harington’s translation of this epic into English heroic verse, splendidly illustrated with 46 full page copper engravings, the first edition to contain his “wittie epigrams”, originally published separately in 1615. A popular anecdote first recorded in the 18th century attributes the translation to a royal penance: when Queen Elizabeth, Harington’s godmother, “caught him circulating a translation of the lewd tale of Fiametta from canto 28 of the Orlando among her ladies-in-waiting, she banished Harington from the court until he had translated all thirty-three thousand lines of it” (DNB). The frontispiece, re-engraved for the third edition, is notable for retaining the portrait of Harington’s beloved dog Bengay beneath the portrait of the author. ESTC S106834. Lowndes, 64.

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        The Collection of the History of England ...

      

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        The Bible. Translated according to the Ebrew and Greeke, and conferred with the best Translations in divers Languages. [including] Two right profitable and fruitfull Concordances, or large and ample Tables Alphabeticall. Collected by [Robert F. Herrey]. [bound with] The Whole Booke of Psalmes. Collected into English Meeter, by Thomas Sternhold, Iohn Hopkins, and others.

      (1) London [but Geneva]: Imprinted. by the Deputies of Christopher Barker; (2) Printed by W. [Stansby] for the Company of Stationers, 1589 & 1634 - 4to bound in 8's. (ii), 433, (4) ff; 731-739 pp, [Matthew chapters I-XI supplied from a contemporary black letter Bible], 446, (448)-465, 467-554, (82) ff.; (10), 90, (6) pp, lacking ff. 447 and 466 and 6 pages at the end. Recent full calf, spine with raised bands, gilt lettering. Woodcut general and New Testament titles. Tears across the lower corners of leaves Mm6, Oo3, Nnn8, Ooo2 and Qqq1 with a little loss of text on each occasion, a handful of leaves with short tears without loss, small marginal loss to the title page of the Psalmes, this work with repairs to increasing degrees to the edges of the final 10 leaves. A translation published in Geneva from 1560 onwards by exiled Protestants, notable for the colloquialism in Genesis III:7 (".and they knew that they were naked, and they sowed figge tree leaves together, and made themselves breeches") that has led to the general term "Breeches Bible", although this applies to many different editions printed over many years. Bound in at the front of this volume are 50 leaves of an incomplete, and therefore unidentifiable, contemporary Book of Common Prayer, this with late 17th century manuscript annotations on the verso of the last leaf. Cf. Herbert 199-201, but not conforming with the text sample cited in any of the three "distinct" editions. STC, 2150, 2649.

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        Abriss der Landschafft Veltlin vom frantzosischen General Marquis di Covuri den Spanischen abgenommen.

      Francoforte, 1634 - Incisione in rame, mm 265x307. Orientata a sud, questa carta è uno dei molti rari prodotti editoriali che puntava ad informare il pubblico sulla situazione valtellinese, teatro di guerra fra Francesi e Spagnoli durante le guerre religiose che insanguinarono la valle nella prima metà del secolo. Tratta da "Ostreichischer Lorberkrantz" di N.K. Bellus. Ottimo esemplare marginoso. Sceffer 20. Non in Bianchi, che cita (n. 61) solo l'edizione del 1627 circa (Sceffer 27) .

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        Nova Virginiae Tabula

      G. & J. Blaeu. 1634-35, Amsterdam - Copper engraving, hand colored in outline, published in Joan Blaeu’s ‘Atlas Novus’ German text edition in Amsterdam around 1634-35. Engraved by D. Grijp. In excellent condition.

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        antique China map, with Korea and Japan - Mercator-Hondius.

      ONE OF THE MOST SOUGHT AFTER MAPS OF CHINA"China' Copper engraving made by Gerard Mercator published in Amsterdam in 1634 by Jodocus Hondius. Verso Dutch text. Coloured by a later hand. Size: 34 x 47 cm. Framed.Of the lands in the Far East, China was seen as the wealthiest and most mysterious and the Jesuit missionairies were among the first to make the dangerous journey.Geographically the map is an interesting array of fact and fiction. The map contains rudimentary geographical information, as there was very little actually known of the region during the early part of the seventeenth century. The two most prominent features of this survey are the portrayal of the peninsula of Korea and the charming illustration China"s great wall, a wonder of both ancient and modern worlds. There is also a note porporting to be the location of the palace of the emperor of China. Despite the odd elongation of the country, there are attemps to show various provinces, and seven great cities such as Canton are marked. The interior of China is dominated by several large lakes and the mythical Chiamai Lacus forms the headwaters of five large rivers in northeastern India. The northwest coastline of America appears in the upper top corner with a notation that refers to the Tartar hordes (and the deer) that inhabit the region.As ever in these early maps seamonsters stalk unwary ships and Hondius shows a Dutch merchant sailing on what is labeled as "Chinensis Oceanus'. This ocean is portrayed with an elaborate and beautiful pattern which attempts to portray the movement of the waves. The islands of Japan also feature on this beautiful map, together with the portrayal of a Japanese craft. In one cartouche, a scene depicts the Japanese persecution of a Christian missionary, probably a reference to the martyrdoms in Nagasaki in 1597. It was this conflict that ultimately led to Japan becoming a closed country for several centuries. Although the cartouche of the map is neither overly large or ornate, it balances the map beautifully with an elegant strapwork design. Beneath it is another charactaristic vignette on maps of China of this early period, showing a wagon powered by sails which Marco Polo swore were in common use at the time.Jodocus Hondius (1563-1612) was the founder of the famous 17th century Dutch map publishing family. Hondius, along with sons Jodocus II and Henricus and son-in-law Jan Janssonius, was prominent in Dutch cartography and competed with the emerging Blaeu family map business.When Jodocus Hondius acquired the copperplates of Gerard Mercator"s atlas, he prepared this map for inclusion in his Atlas sive Cosmographicae..., first published in 1606.This map is from the Dutch edition: Atlas ofte Afbeeldinghe vande gantse Weerldt, dated 1634.Price: € 2.950,- (excl. VAT/BTW).

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        Stephani Curcellaei opera theologica, quorum pars praecipua institutio religionis Christianae. Cum indicibus necessariis.

      Sole edition of theological works by the => leader of the Remonstrants (who was also a personal friend of Descartes). Courcelles, a minister at Amiens, became chair of Arminian theology at the Remonstrant Seminary in Amsterdam after Episcopius, who founded the school in 1634. The famous Elzevir print shop published this volume edited by Philippus van Limborch (1633-1712), Courcelles' student and successor. The eulogy following Limborch's preface was written by Arnold Poelenberg (1628-66), another professor at the Seminary whose remarks are still considered the => most important source of information on Courcelles' life (1586-1659). The Latin text is printed in roman and italic with occasional Greek and decorated with handsome woodcut initials and tailpieces. The title-page, printed in red and black, features the printer's device of Daniel Elzevir, the Minerva. Provenance: Swirly red stamp (not a rubber-stamp) blazoning owner's initials in a complicated monogram within a wreath, title-page verso.

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        Weltkarte world map mappe monde Mercator engraving antique print

      Buch 1634. Thousands of antique maps and prints in our shop!! (KN 48272) \"Typus orbis terrarum\" original copper engraved map from Mercator with Janssonius from 1634 size of sheet: ca. 22 x 17 cm  (circa 8.6 x 6.7 inches) good condition Thousands of antique maps, charts, antique prints, books etc. in our shop Original! - No Copy! - No Reprint! Prepayment. - The Buyer pays for shipping. Insured and registered shipping worldwide. More engravings and antique maps in our shop! We combine shipping - if possible Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Valentia Regnum. Cotestani. Ptol. Edentani Plin.

      G. & J. Blaeu., Amsterdam 1634 - Copper engraving, hand colored. In excellent condition.

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        Historias de Idacio obispo, que escrivió poco antes que España se perdiese. De Isidoro obispo de Badajoz, que escrivió en los tiempos que se perdió España, De Sebastiano obispo de Salamanca, que escrivió desde el Rey don Pelayo, hasta don Ordoño primero deste nombre. De Sampiro obispo de Astorga, que escrivió desde el Rey don Alonso el Magno, tercero deste nombre, hasta el Rey don Vermudo el Gotoso. De Pelagio obispo de Oviedo, que escrivió desde el Rey don Vermudo el Gotoso, hasta don Alonso séptimo deste nombre, Emperador de España

      Pamplona, Nicolás de Assiayn [Asiain]. A costa de Pedro Escuer. de Zaragoza, año 1634 - 4º mayor, [8]+367+[11] p, pergamino rotulado en lomo, algo fatigado pero en buen estado. Escudo real en portada, escudo condal en verso de portada, capitulares, algunas ilustraciones xilográficas; escudo a toda página de la casa de Fernán González en Castilla, antes de la historia del conde Fernán González. Texto a dos columnas. Según indica Palau, se trata de un resto de la edición de 1615 a la que se le cambió la portada. Pérez Goyena 310 y 458

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        antique China map, with Korea and Japan - Mercator-Hondius.

      ONE OF THE MOST SOUGHT AFTER MAPS OF CHINA"China' Copper engraving made by Gerard Mercator published in Amsterdam in 1634 by Jodocus Hondius. Verso Dutch text. Coloured by a later hand. Size: 34 x 47 cm. Framed.Of the lands in the Far East, China was seen as the wealthiest and most mysterious and the Jesuit missionairies were among the first to make the dangerous journey.Geographically the map is an interesting array of fact and fiction. The map contains rudimentary geographical information, as there was very little actually known of the region during the early part of the seventeenth century. The two most prominent features of this survey are the portrayal of the peninsula of Korea and the charming illustration China"s great wall, a wonder of both ancient and modern worlds. There is also a note porporting to be the location of the palace of the emperor of China. Despite the odd elongation of the country, there are attemps to show various provinces, and seven great cities such as Canton are marked. The interior of China is dominated by several large lakes and the mythical Chiamai Lacus forms the headwaters of five large rivers in northeastern India. The northwest coastline of America appears in the upper top corner with a notation that refers to the Tartar hordes (and the deer) that inhabit the region.As ever in these early maps seamonsters stalk unwary ships and Hondius shows a Dutch merchant sailing on what is labeled as "Chinensis Oceanus'. This ocean is portrayed with an elaborate and beautiful pattern which attempts to portray the movement of the waves. The islands of Japan also feature on this beautiful map, together with the portrayal of a Japanese craft. In one cartouche, a scene depicts the Japanese persecution of a Christian missionary, probably a reference to the martyrdoms in Nagasaki in 1597. It was this conflict that ultimately led to Japan becoming a closed country for several centuries. Although the cartouche of the map is neither overly large or ornate, it balances the map beautifully with an elegant strapwork design. Beneath it is another charactaristic vignette on maps of China of this early period, showing a wagon powered by sails which Marco Polo swore were in common use at the time.Jodocus Hondius (1563-1612) was the founder of the famous 17th century Dutch map publishing family. Hondius, along with sons Jodocus II and Henricus and son-in-law Jan Janssonius, was prominent in Dutch cartography and competed with the emerging Blaeu family map business.When Jodocus Hondius acquired the copperplates of Gerard Mercator"s atlas, he prepared this map for inclusion in his Atlas sive Cosmographicae..., first published in 1606.This map is from the Dutch edition: Atlas ofte Afbeeldinghe vande gantse Weerldt, dated 1634.Price: € 2.950,- (excl. VAT/BTW).

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        Hungary antique map - Visscher, 1634.

      Nova et recens emendata totius regni Ungariae una cum adiacentibus et finitimis regionibusFine and rare map of Greater Hungary engraved by Van Doeticum, published by Claes Janszn. in 1634. Visscher. Distinguishes from other maps, with different signs to identify towns and villages that remained christian under Turkish rulership. Verso: blank.Size: 35,7 x 53,9 cm.Price: € 1.500,- (excl. VAT/BTW).

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        De zee-vaert lof handelende van de gedenckwaerdighste zeevaarden met de daeraenklavende op en onderganghen der voornaemste heerschappijen der gantscher wereld: zedert haere beginselen tot op den dagh van huyden.

      Amsterdam, Jacob Pietersz. Wachter, 1634.8vo. Contemporary vellum. With engraved allegorical title-page depicting Neptune and numerous other figures, 1 half-page engraving by Rembrandt van Rijn: The ship of Fortune, and 17 fine etchings in the text by Willem Basse, and woodcut decorated initials. (20,235,(8) pp.First and only edition. - The 'Praise of navigation' contains one of the very few book-illustrations by the great Rembrandt van Rijn (1606/07-1669). The author, Elias Herckmans (1596-1644), was an experienced seafarer and explorer, who ended his career as rear-admiral in the service of the West India Company, stationed in Brazil. In 1644 he died in Recife, shortly after a tumultuous expedition in the Amazon region. The book describes voyages from Noah's time to 1632, including the voyages of discovery after Columbus both to the East and the West. - A very fine desirable book on maritime history, with an original Rembrandt etching among the illustrations. European Americana 634/69; Borba de Moraes I, p.398; Sabin 31476; Muller, America, 1837; New Hollstein, Rembrandt 123.II; not in Cat. NHSM.

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        Castara the second Edition. Corrected and augmented.

      London, Printed by B. A. & T. F. for Will: Cooke, and are to bee sold at his Shop 1635. 1634 - 12mo., pp. [16], 167, [1]; a very good copy in early nineteenth-century half green morocco and marbled boards; bookplate and monogram stamp to title-page of Sir William Grace, Baronet, purchase note(?) referring to the Hill sale of 1811. The Bradley Martin copy.Second edition, adding to the contents of the first edition (1634) a commendatory poem that reveals Habington's identity; a 'second part' with twenty-six new poems; and three prose characters: 'A Mistris' and 'A Wife' to introduce the two parts, and 'A Friend' to introduce the section of elegies on George Talbot at the end. This is the issue with the title-page to the second part dated 1635 rather than 1636.'Castara' was Lucy Herbert, daughter of William Herbert, first Baron Powis, and the wife of the author, the metaphysical Catholic poet and playwright William Habington (or Abington), a figure on the fringes of the 'Sons of Ben'. Most of the rather chaste poems here are addressed to her, written during their clandestine courtship (they married in 1633). Others are addressed to friends at the court of Charles II, such as Endymion Porter, patron of Dekker, Herrick and others. Leaf F12 is superfluous, interrupting the poem 'The Reward of Innocent Love' which starts on p. 118 and ends on p. 121 and repeating content printed elsewhere in the volume. The Grolier catalogue suggests that consequently it was 'probably cancelled in some copies', though we can find no evidence that this is the case.STC 12584; Hayward 69. Language: English

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        Ars. de statica medicina et de responsione ad staticomasticem. Aphorismorum sectionibus septem comprehensa.

      Venice, Marc'antonio Brogiollo, 1634 - 12mo (125 x 66 mm), ff [11] 71; a fine copy in eighteenth-century calf, gilt rules on sides, slight wear to head and tail of spine. £1750Third edition (first 1614, virtually unobtainable) of this medical classic, the work that 'introduced quantitative experimentation into biological science' (DSB). Written in the form of aphorisms, Santorio presents his research into metabolism, then known as 'insensible perspiration'. He devised an elaborate weighing chair, and experimented on himself to determine the quantitative changes in the body, only eating and drinking while seated in his chair. Through a long series of experiments and careful record-keeping established that a large part of excretion occurs invisibly through the skin. He employed a pulse-clock, and was the first to use a thermometer in physiological experiments; he was also the 'inventor' of the thermometer insofar as he was the first to attach a fixed scale to Galileo's thermoscope, thus making it a quantitative measuring instrument.'Through most of the 17th and 18th centuries Santorio's name was linked with that of Harvey as the greatest figure in physiology and experimental medicine because of his introduction of precision instruments for quantitative studies. He was also the founder of modern metabolic research' (Garrison and Morton n. 572.1).This is the earliest edition listed by Waller, and the second earliest in Krivatsy. Both the first and second editions are exceptionally rare.Provenance: Johann Friedrich Blumenbach (1752-1840), founder of scientific anthropology (see DSB II pp 203-4) with his signature on booklabel on front pastedown; n. 452 in Jeremy Norman Medicine, travel & anthropology from the library of Johann Friedrich Blumenbach (Catalogue six, 1979)Krivatsy 10236; Waller 8477; Wellcome 5760; see Garrison and Morton 573, Grolier Medicine 25, Norman 1890 for the first

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        Ivdas his Repentance. Or, the Lamentable Effects of a Startled Conscience. Delivered in eight severall Doctrines, raised from the third, fourth, and fifth Verses of the 27. Chapter of the Gospell by St. Matthew. WITH: The Saints Spiritvall Strength. Excellently and Amply set forth in three Doctrines drawne from Ephes. 3. 16. WITH: Pavls Conversion. Or, The Right Way to be Saved. As it is excellently well set out in divers Doctrines raised from.

      London, for Andrew Crooke 1634 - 3 works in 1 binding, (10) 52, (10) 65-177, (10) 179-299 p. Rebound Leather with ribbed back and richly decorated with stamps, 4° (each work has a seperate titlepage, lacks the titlepage which covers all three works. On a blank leaf before page 65 written information about John Preston in an old handwriting) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Commentariorum rerum Germanicarum libri tres. Primus, de Germania veteri, Secundus, a Carolo Magno deinceps, Tertius, de urbibus.

      - Amsterdam, W. Blaeu, 1634-35. 12mo. 2 Bl., 297 (recte 295); 269 (recte 259); 326 S., 1 Bl. Mit 17 doppelblattgroßen Kupferkarten. Pergament d. Zeit, fleckig, vordere Vorsätze erneuert. Dritte Ausgabe, die erste im Taschenformat. - Teil 1: zur Kenntnis des antiken Germaniens; Teil 2: das deutsche Reich in der Neuzeit seit Kaiser Karl V.; Teil 3: Städte-Beschreibungen. Im Gegensatz zu den vorhergehenden Quartausgaben enthält die Taschenausgabe keine Städteansichten, dafür aber Karten der Kurfürstentümer, Herzogtümer, Grafschaften etc. des Deutschen Reichs und benachbarter Staaten (Rheinpfalz, Noricum, Bayern, Sachsen, Brandenburg, Böhmen, Ungarn, Österreich, Kleve, Jülich, Pommern, Hessen, Nassau; Dänemark, Schweden, Holland). - Etwas gebräunt u. teilw. mit leichtem Wasserrand. Titel angestaubt u. mit kleinem Eckabriß. Paginierung springt nach S. 285 bzw. nach S. 131.

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        Grundriß der Belägerung und Statt Franckfurt wie solche von Ihr Churf. Durchl: neben Gener. Banner den 13 May belagert und den volgenden 23 dito erobert worden Anno 1634. Altkolorierter Kupferstich wohl aus MeriansTheatrum Europaeum.

       1634 Bildmaß der Darstellung: 27,5 x 35 cm ( Höhe x Breite ), unter Passepartout und Glas gerahmt ( Rahmenmaß: 43,5 x 49,5 cm - ungeöffnet ). Gesamtansicht der Stadt aus der Vogelschau. Mit schöner Titelkartusche sowie umfangreicher Bildlegende mit 15 Nummern: Lebusische Tor - Gubenische Tor - Brückentor - Schanz über der Brücke - Weg nach Guben - Closter Carthause - Weg nach Lebuß - Churf. Durchl. Quartier - S. Exc. Herr Feldmarschall Banner-Quartier ( hierauf folgen weitere Quartiersangaben der Belagerer der Stadt ). Mit Meilenzeiger *Ruthen*. Das Blatt von farbfrischer Erhaltung, der Rahmeng gering bestoßen. Insgesamt guter Zustand. ( Bitte beachten: Wegen Bruchgefahr hier bitte möglichst Selbstabholung, Versand auf eigenes Risiko ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ) Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Merian, Matthäus Merian, Kupferstich, altkoloriert, Frankfurt, Frankfurt an der Oder, Belagerung, Oder, Krieg, Festung, Soldaten, Quartiere, Brücken, Guben, Lebusa, Brandenburg

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        Kst.- Karte, aus der deutschen Ausgabe des Atlas Novus b. G. Blaeu, "Rhenvs, Mosella, Vahalis, Mosa, & reliqui qui in illos se exonerant Flvvii".

      - mit altem Grenzkolorit, um 1634, 76 x 49 (H) Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Bd. II, Nr. 1120. 2A. - Sehr seltene Karte des Rheinlaufes bei Blaeu, die nur in 2 Varianten der deutschen Ausgabe des Atlas Novus ( 1634 und 1635 ) erschienen ist und bereits 1635 in den anderssprachigen Ausgaben durch die bekannte Karte des Rheinlaufs ersetzt wurde. Mit den Platten der Germaniakarte wurde diese Rheinlaufkarte separat für die ersten Blaeu - Atlanten gedruckt. Zeigt den ganzen Rheinverlauf. Oben links kol. Windrose, oben rechts separat gedruckte, kol. Titelkartusche. Unten links ein kol. Meilenanzeiger, darüber ein großer Adler mit Wappen ( kol. ). - Bruchstellen restauriert.

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        \"Carte Des Palatinats Du Rhein Et De Bavieres Duches De Franconie, Wirtemberg, Suabe. L`Elsace Suisse Et Comté de Tyrol\".

       Altkol. Kupferstich bei Nicolas Tassin, Paris, 1634, 37 x 51,5 cm. Nicht bei Hellwig/Reiniger/Stopp, Landkarten der Pfalz am Rhein, 1513-1803. - Zeigt Südwestdeutschland mit der Schweiz, Elsaß, Vorarlberg und Westtirol. Oben links Titelkartusche, unten Kartusche mit Meilenzeiger. Seltene Karte. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Spezialkarten, Landkarten

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        Le prince. Traduit & commente par A. N. Amelot, Sieur de la Houssaie. Amsterdam, H. Wetstein 1683. 8°. 16 Bll., 229 S., 1 w. Bl., mit Holzschn.- Druckermarke auf Titel u. (blattgr.) gestoch. Porträt des Verfassers als Frontispiz, Prgt. d. Zt.

      - Ebert 12672 - Gerber III, 53.- Vor allem aufgrund seines Werkes ?Il Principe? (dt. Der Fürst) gilt er als einer der bedeutendsten Staatsphilosophen der Neuzeit.- Vorliegende Ausgabe in der französischen Übersetzung und mit den Kommentaren des Historikers Nicolas Amelot de la Houssaye (1634-1706).- Vord. Innendeckel mit Exlibris der ?Gr. Chotekische Bibliothek?; tls. leicht braunfleckig, Ebd. etwas fleckig, Rücken mit kleiner Wurmspur. # Rare French edition in the translation and with the comments of the historian Nicolas Amelot de la Houssaye (1634-1706).- With engraved portrait of the author.- [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Toneel ofte Beschryvinge der steden van Hollandt. Waer in haer Beginselen, Voortganck, Privilegien, Historie ende Gelegentheyt vervat worden int Latyn beschreven by Marcvs Zverius Boxhornius. Int Nederlandts ouergeset uyt de copye, by den Autheur uerbetert, ende merckelyck en vermeerdert, door Geeraert Baerdeloos.

      Amsterdam, Jacob Keyns 1634. (gegraveerde titelpagina, 8) 374 (8), 62 p. Origineel Perkament met ribben en stempels, 4° oblong (zijkant van de rug vakkundig gerestaureerd, boekblok wat gebruind. De gegraveerde titelpagina van de eerdere, Latijnse uitgave is gebruikt waarbij de Nederlandse titel is opgeplakt, dit is in alle exemplaren het geval. Op de achterzijde van de titelpagina een bijgevoegde wereldkaart en een kaart van het Romeinse rijk. De volgende 3 pagina's met tekst zijn eveneens beplakt met extra kaarten, resp. een wereldkaart, Nederland, Denemarken en Frankrijk. Stedenatlas, bestaande uit de geschiedenis van Holland gevolgd door een beschrijving van de dorpen en steden van Holland en West-Friesland. Bij elke beschrijving behoort een gedetailleerde kaart van de plaats, weergegeven in vogelperspectief, in totaal bevat het werk 5 kaarten en 38 plattegronden. Marcus Zuerius van Boxhorn 1612-1653, was hoogleraar aan de Universiteit van Leiden en een bekende taalkundige. Voor het samenstellen van zijn Toneel maakte hij gebruik van archeologische vondsten en oude documenten, tevens maakte hij gebruik van de uitgebreide bibliotheek van zijn vriend Petrus Scriverius. Zijn gebruik van gedegen bronnenonderzoek in combinatie met de fraai gegraveerde kaarten geven een grondig beeld van de geschiedenis en zeventiende eeuwse vorm van talloze Nederlandse steden. Cartografische werken waren erg in trek in de zeventiende eeuw, zo verscheen enkele jaren na de publicatie van het Toneel de bekende 2-delige stedenatlas van Joan Blaeu. Wetenswaardig is dat een verkorte weergave van Van Boxhorn's beschrijving van de belegering van Breda is opgenomen in het eerste deel. Dit exemplaar is verrijkt met zeer veel zeventiende eeuwse, handgeschreven bijvoegingen, verbeteringen en aantekeningen naast en tussen de tekst, achterin zijn 62 extra pagina's ingebonden beschreven met Octrooien en een toloverzicht daterende van 1650 tot 1666.) (engraved titlepage, 8) 374 (8), 62 p. Contemporary blind-stamped Vellum with 4 raised bands, 4° oblong (one side of the spine skillfully restored, text block is slightly browned. The engraved titlepage from the previous, Latin edition is used with a pasted slip with the Dutch title, this is the case in all copies. On the verso of the titlepage an enclosed worldmap and a map of the Roman empire. The next 3 text pages are covered as well with extra maps, resp. a worldmap, the Netherlands, Denmark and France. Town Atlas, containing the history of Holland followed by a description of the villages and towns of Holland and West-Friesland. With a detailled map of the place, illustrated in bird's-eye view for each description, the work contains a total of 5 maps and 38 plans. Marcus Zuerius van Boxhorn 1612-1653, was professor at the University of Leiden and a known linguist. For the compilation of his Toneel he used archeological finds and ancient documents, furthermore he used the extensive library of his friend Petrus Scriverius. His thorough use of sources combined with the beautifully engraved maps provide a broad image of the history and shape of numerous Dutch cities in the seventeenth century. Cartographical works were very popular in the seventeenth century, a few years after the publication of the Toneel the well-known 2-volume Town Atlas by Joan Blaeu was published. Interestingly is that an abridged version of Van Boxhorn's description of the siege of Breda is incorporated in the first volume. This copy is enriched with numerous seventeenth century, handwritten additions, corrections and annotations next to and between the text, bound with 62 extra pages with handwritten patents and a toll record, dating from 1650 until 1666.) Aa, A.J. van der (1855). Biografisch woordenboek der Nederlanden Deel 2, p. 1122-1126 / Esser, R. (2012). The Politics of Memory. The Writing of Partition in the Seventeenth-Century Low Countries, p. 231-242 / Verbaan, E. (2011). De woonplaats van de faam. Grondslagen van de stadsbeschrijving in de zeventiende-eeuwse republiek, p. 70-71.

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        Commentarius de rebus gestis Mennonis Coehorni. Franeker, Willem Coulon, 1771. 8vo. With woodcut Frisian coat of arms on title-page. Marbled boards (ca. 1800).

      Sloos, Warfare 08160; STCN (5 copies); for Ypeij: NNBW V, cols. 1161-1162. The author's son's copy of the first and only edition in the original Latin of a 37-page oration on the life and work of the world famous Dutch military engineer Menno van Coehoorn (1634-1704), called the Dutch Vauban, who greatly contributed to the art of fortification in the 17th century. Nicolaas Ypeij (1714-1785) delivered the present account in 1770 for his annual oration as Rector Magnificus of the University of Franeker in Friesland. He had been Professor of Fortification at Franeker since 1754. A Dutch translation appeared in 1772.With the owner's inscription of the author's son Annaeus Ypeij (1760-1837), professor of theology and later Rector Magnificus of the University of Groningen, and a library stamp. With minor foxing, but still in very good condition. Binding slightly rubbed, spine slightly damaged and reinforced with paper tape. A nice bit of occasional printing on a military subject, from the author's son.

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau ('Civitatis Marcodvri. in Ducatu Iuliacensi. Vulgo Dueren. Dictae. Nova Tabula. in Lucem edita Per F. de Witt. Amstelodami. Cum Privilegio . - Wenceslaus Hollar. delineauit 1634.').

      - Kupferstich v. Wenzel Hollar aus Theatrum Praecipuarum Totius Europae . b. Frederick de Wit in Amsterdam, dat. 1634 ersch. n. 1680, 37 x 49 Parthey, Wenzel Hollar, Nr. 841; Bachmann, Die alten Städtebilder. Ein Verzeichnis der graphischen Ortsansichten von Schedel bis Merian, S. 11. - Bachmann kennt kein kpl. Exemplar vom Städtebuch von de Wit! - Extrem selten! - Die Ansicht von F. de Wit im Gegensatz zu Janssonius ohne den Rückentext und mit veränderter Platte! (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Macro-Cosmus ofte Aenmerckinghen over de Scheppinghe vande groote Vverelt, Soo als ons deselve beschreven wort van Moses Gen. I. v. I. WAARBIJ: Micro-Cosmus dat is, Aenmerckinghen over de Scheppinghe vanden Mensche ofte de kleyne Vverelt, Wt het 1 en 2 cap. van Genesis.

      Delft, Wed. Jan Andriesz. Kloeting 1634/1646 - 2 werken in 1 band, (24) 215, (24) 216 p. Opnieuw gebonden oud Perkament, 12° (twee zeldzame werken van Spranckhuysen)

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        Medullae Theologiae Patrum Syntagma. In quo Theologia Priscorum Primitive Ecclesiae Doctorum, qui ante et Post Concilium Nicaenum floruerunt, methodo analytica & synthetica expressa, atq à Roberti Bellarmini, Caesaris Baronii, Gregorii de Valentia, aliorumq Pontificiorum corruptelis ita vindicatur: ut liquido appareat, penes solas Reformatas Ecclesias esse doctrinae & Veritatis Evangelicae Antiquitatem.

      Francofurti, Jonae Rhodii 1634 - (20) 1336 (16) p. Origineel Leer met ribben, 4° (Rug iets slijtage. Abr. Scultetus 1566-1624, was predikant en professor in Heidelberg en afgevaardigde naar de Dordtse Synode 1618-1619. In dit werk analyseert hij de theologie en de werken van de meest bekende Kerkvaders. Abraham Scultetus was a Calvinist. He held to the doctrines of predestination and agreed with the Synod of Dort and their doctrinal deliverances. Scultetus was a Superlapsarian, and taught that from his position as professor at Heidelberg. Scultetus denied the imputation of the active obedience of Christ following the teaching of Piscator. Scultetus was chosen as a representative of the Palatinate for the Synod of Dort. Scultetus was a prominent member of that body. He preached a sermon on 122 Psalm on 15 December, an early honor given to him by the Synod. He also gave an address on the "Certainty of Grace" that apparently showed him to be a gifted speaker. Some of held that Scultetus was the most prominent foreigner at the Synod along with George Carleton, Bishop of Llandaff from England. He agreed with the condemnation of the Remonstrants and the doctrinal decrees of the Synod.)

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        Kst.- Karte, aus der deutschen Ausgabe des Atlas Novus b. G. Blaeu, "Rhenvs, Mosella, Vahalis, Mosa, & reliqui qui in illos se exonerant Flvvii".

      - mit altem Grenzkolorit, um 1634, 76 x 49 (H) Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Bd. II, Nr. 1120. 2A. - Sehr seltene Karte des Rheinlaufes bei Blaeu, die nur in 2 Varianten der deutschen Ausgabe des Atlas Novus ( 1634 und 1635 ) erschienen ist und bereits 1635 in den anderssprachigen Ausgaben durch die bekannte Karte des Rheinlaufs ersetzt wurde. Mit den Platten der Germaniakarte wurde diese Rheinlaufkarte seperat für die ersten Blaeu - Atlanten gedruckt. Zeigt den ganzen Rheinverlauf. Oben links kol. Windrose, oben rechts separat gedruckte, kol. Titelkartusche. Unten links ein kol. Meilenanzeiger, darüber ein großer Adler mit Wappen ( kol. ). - Bruchstellen restauriert.

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        «Prisión del Duque de Ariscot en Madrid. Sabado Santo quince de abril de 1634»

      {Manuscrito coetáneo al suceso, en dos hojas en folio, en clara caligrafía de la época, la primera escrita por anverso y reverso y la segunda hasta la mitad del anverso. Parece ser un informe y opinión sobre el suceso}. Cubiertas mudas en cartulina moderna. El Duque de Ariscot, Caballero del Toison de Oro, Gobernador de Namur en Flandes, se presenta en Madrid para dar cuenta a la Infanta Isabel Clara Eugenia, tía de Felipe IV, de lo que estaba sucediendo en Flandes. Propone convocar unas Cortes Generales para poner a la vista el descontento, las causas y sus autores, y ante el disgusto real por tal proposición es acusado de conspirar con el Conde de Berghes y llevado a presencia de Felipe IV que le insta a confesar. Responde que al no haber traidores ni conspiración nada tiene que decir. El sábado santo, 15 de abril de 1634, cuando se disponía a partir, es llamado nuevamente a Palacio y Felipe IV le recibe en presencia del Conde Duque, del Marqués de Mirabel, Gobernador del Consejo y del Duque de Alba «para que todos le ayudasen y se pudiese ayudar de ellos, que le deseaban todo bien». Interrogado y amonestado durante tres horas, Ariscot no se apeó de lo dicho. Retirándose los españoles a deliberar, acordaron con el Rey la prisión del Duque. Entregado Ariscot a Diego Pimentel, Marqués de Gelves, del Consejo de Estado y Capitán de la Guardia Española, le llevó en su coche y con guardia a la Puerta de Alcalá, donde fue entregado al Alcalde de Casa y Corte, Juan de Quiñones, que lo encerró en la Casa Fuerte de la Alameda, a dos leguas de Madrid, designada por Felipe IV, por ser la cárcel «más vecina». Pidió Ariscot recado de escribir, redactando un papel que mandó al Conde Duque, con fecha de 24 de abril, «y que yo mismo abrí», según dijo el Rey. El flamenco se declaraba culpable en él de «las incitaciones y incitadores y otras particulares acciones malas que obró, de que no dió cuenta, y reconociéndolas como tales, me pide perdón». Remitido el memorial al Secretario Rojas y al notario Jerónimo de Villanueva, certificaron de la autenticidad del escrito, diciendo ser de mano del Duque. Legalizado, lo devolvieron al monarca siendo inmediatamente remitido a Flandes, para servir de pretexto en la caza de brujas que se desencadenaría. Trasladado Ariscot «a las casas de su morada» quedó incomunicado en ellas, bajo custodia de Rodrigo Palomino, Caballero de Santiago. Iniciado el proceso, el Fiscal Juan Bautista de Rea, le acusó de participar en conjura, con los Príncipes de Epinoy y Barbaçon, y los Condes de Ergmont y Hennin, agravando su caso el haber negado información a Felipe IV, habiéndola pedido. Pero el Rey tropezó con un resto de jueces honestos. Rechazada la prueba de la confesión, se temió que Ariscot saliese absuelto. Por esta causa falleció oportunamente, antes de ser dictada la sentencia.

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        Gulistan ou l'empire des roses. [...] Traduit en Francois par Andre du Ryer.

      Paris, Anthoine de Sommaville, 1634.. Small 8vo. (8), 166 pp. (lacks final blank). Contemp. brown full calf with cover borders and edges gilt. Spine gilt. Marbled endpapers.. Rare first European edition of Sa'adi's famous "Gulistan", a work in a similar tradition as the Mirrors for Magistrates. The translator, Andre du Ryer, was a French orientalist and consul in the Levant, notably in Alexandria and Constantinople. He returned to France in 1630 and became royal interpreter in oriental languages. He also published a Turkish grammar in 1630 and a translation oif the Qur'an in 1647. Sa'adi is the most widely known Persian author in the West, and his "Gulistan" (Rose Garden), completed in 1258, was the first Persian literary work to be translated into any European language. This and later translations established Sa'adi's reputation among Western writers and inspired La Fontaine, Diderot, Voltaire, Renan, Herder, and Goethe. The present translation remained incomplete; the first complete version in a western language was the edition of the text with a Latin translation published in Amsterdam in 1651. - Spine-ends damaged; extremeties worn; hinges split. Provenance: Gigault de la Faviere, 1768 (signature on title); Colegio de Neustra Senora de Guadalupe, Lima (blindstamp to title); Jules Becker (ink stamp on first free endpaper). Last in the library of Swedish antiquarian bookdealer Björn Löwendahl (1941-2013). - Zenker, BO I, p. 60, no. 491. Schwab 1009. Brunet V, 25. Cioranescu XVII, 27953.

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        Fossa Eugeniana quae a Rheno ad Mosam duci coepta est, Anno CICICCXXVII ductu Comutis Henrici van den Berge. - Amstelodami Sumptibus Henrici Hondij.':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Henricus Hondius aus Atlas ofte Afbeeldinghe van de gantsche Weerldt . b. Johannes Janssonius (Jansson) in Amsterdam, 1634, 37,5 x 49,5 van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. I, 3790:1.1; Pistor-Smeets, Die Fossa Eugenina, S. 72, Nr. 3.1.4.2. - 2. Zustand der Fossakarte von Hondius. - Die Karte hier mit Belagerungsring um Rheinberg. - Zeigt das Gebiet zwischen anten, Moers, Krickenbeck und Maaslauf. - Unten rechts Titelkartusche. - Unten links Kartusche mit Meilenzeiger und Verlegeradresse. - Unten mittig Kartusche mit Erklärungen. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Les entretiens curieux d'Hermodore et du voyageur incognu divisés en deux EDITION ORIGINALE

      A Lyon: En la boutique de jean Pillehotte, 1634. Fine. En la boutique de jean Pillehotte, A Lyon 1634, In 4 (16x23,5cm), (20) 719pp. (1bc.) 66p., relié. - First edition, rare. Monitoring of "supporting evidence, which esclatter the truth of this work," paginated separately, in Latin. The book is quoted in QUERARD, literary hoaxes. Privilege of 4 February 1634. A vignette title. Full contemporary Parchment. Smooth back with respect to the black pen. Brown spots on the front cover, traces of laces. Back detached from the binding, the book does more than taking a seam. The first page is missing. The controversial work was originally released in response to a book by Jean Pierre Camus, spiritual director disinterested. The book is divided into several interviews, including the decoration of churches and various points of doctrine, but it is mainly a statement of the monastic life, and a detailed historical approach and monks and monastic uses on the work, wages of ... Jacques Chevanes belonged to the Capuchin order, he used several pseudonyms to sign the writing of his works, including Jacques d'Autun. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, rare. Suivi des "Preuves justificatives, qui font esclatter le verité de cet oeuvre", paginées séparément, en latin. L'ouvrage est cité dans Querard, Supercheries littéraires. Privilège du 4 février 1634. Une vignette de titre. Reliure en plein Parchemin d'époque. Dos lisse avec titre à la plume noire. Tâches brunes sur le premier plat, traces de lacets. Dos désolidarisé de la reliure, le livre ne tenant plus que par une couture. La première page de garde est absente. L'ouvrage de controverse a été initialement publié en réponse à un livre de Jean Pierre Camus, Le directeur spirituel desintéressé. Le livre est divisé en plusieurs entretiens, notamment sur l'ornementation des églises et divers points de doctrines, mais il est surtout un exposé de la vie monacale, et une approche détaillée et historique des moines et des usages monastiques, quant au travail, aux salaires... jacques de Chevanes appartenait à l'ordre des Capucins, il s'est servi de plusieurs pseudonymes pour signer la rédaction de ses oeuvres, dont Jacques d'autun.

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        Kst.- Karte, aus der deutschen Ausgabe des Atlas Novus b. G. Blaeu, "Rhenvs, Mosella, Vahalis, Mosa, & reliqui qui in illos se exonerant Flvvii".

      . mit altem Grenzkolorit,, um 1634, 76 x 49 (H). Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Bd. II, Nr. 1120. 2A. - Sehr seltene Karte des Rheinlaufes bei Blaeu, die nur in 2 Varianten der deutschen Ausgabe des Atlas Novus ( 1634 und 1635 ) erschienen ist und bereits 1635 in den anderssprachigen Ausgaben durch die bekannte Karte des Rheinlaufs ersetzt wurde. Mit den Platten der Germaniakarte wurde diese Rheinlaufkarte seperat für die ersten Blaeu - Atlanten gedruckt. Zeigt den ganzen Rheinverlauf. Oben links kol. Windrose, oben rechts separat gedruckte, kol. Titelkartusche. Unten links ein kol. Meilenanzeiger, darüber ein großer Adler mit Wappen ( kol. ). - Bruchstellen restauriert.

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        Theologia moralis

      Antverpiae (Anvers): Apud Ioannem Meursieum, 1634. Fine. Apud Ioannem Meursieum, Antverpiae (Anvers) 1634, In Folio (23x39cm), (12) 1016pp. (1) 198pp., relié. - New edition, after the original was published in 1625. Text in two columns in small print. Full skin contemporary stamped on ais beveled wood sow. Back to nerves Jansenist. Label as paper with faded ink. Large plate of cold boards, set of floral frame one with a frieze of haloed saints with a name. Central medallion. Clasps of brass, without laces which remains the embryo on the lower flat. 4 small brass plates placed on the edges near caps. Wormholes. Some yellow spots on the lower flat. Many sheets browned. Wormholes on sheets of custody. First sheet missing guard. Beautiful copy of a binding stamped pigskin. Most famous work of the author and enjoyed some success. This moral theology embraces all aspects of moral theology and ethics (faith, justice, sin, conscience, excommunications, etc..). Note that critical Laymann persecution of witches. Originally Innsbruck Laymann, Jesuit scholar, taught theology, philosophy and grammar in Ingolstadt, Munich and Dillingen. 2 buffers: Biblio. Trever; bibliothek Geisthingen --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition, après l'originale parue en 1625. Texte sur deux colonnes en petits caractères. Reliure en pleine peau de truie d'époque estampée sur ais de bois biseautés. Dos à nerfs janséniste. Etiquette de titre de papier avec encre estompé. Grande plaque à froid sur les plats, série d'encadrement floraux dont un avec une frise de personnages saints auréolés portant un nom. Médaillon central. Fermoirs de laiton, sans les lacets dont il reste l'embryon sur le plat inférieur. 4 petites plaques de laiton placées sur les bordures proches de coiffes. Trous de vers. Quelques taches jaunes sur le plat inférieur. Nombreux feuillets brunis. Trous de vers sur les feuillets de garde. Premier feuillet de garde manquant. Beau spécimen d'une reliure en peau de truie estampé. Oeuvre la plus célèbre de son auteur et qui connut un succès certain. Cette théologie morale embrasse tous les aspects théologiques de la morale et de l'éthique (foi, justice, péché, conscience, excommunications, etc.). On notera que Laymann critique les persécutions des sorcières. Originaire d'Innsbruck, Laymann, savant jésuite, enseigna la théologie, la philosophie et la grammaire à Ingolstadt, Munich et Dillingen. 2 tampons : Bibl. Trever ; bibliothek Geisthingen

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        Grundriß der Belägerung und Statt Franckfurt wie solche von Ihr Churf. Durchl: neben Gener. Banner den 13 May belagert und den volgenden 23 dito erobert worden Anno 1634. Altkolorierter Kupferstich wohl aus MeriansTheatrum Europaeum.

      1634 - Bildmaß der Darstellung: 27,5 x 35 cm ( Höhe x Breite ), unter Passepartout und Glas gerahmt ( Rahmenmaß: 43,5 x 49,5 cm - ungeöffnet ). Gesamtansicht der Stadt aus der Vogelschau. Mit schöner Titelkartusche sowie umfangreicher Bildlegende mit 15 Nummern: Lebusische Tor - Gubenische Tor - Brückentor - Schanz über der Brücke - Weg nach Guben - Closter Carthause - Weg nach Lebuß - Churf. Durchl. Quartier - S. Exc. Herr Feldmarschall Banner-Quartier ( hierauf folgen weitere Quartiersangaben der Belagerer der Stadt ). Mit Meilenzeiger *Ruthen*. Das Blatt von farbfrischer Erhaltung, der Rahmeng gering bestoßen. Insgesamt guter Zustand. ( Bitte beachten: Wegen Bruchgefahr hier bitte möglichst Selbstabholung, Versand auf eigenes Risiko ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available )

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