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        De betoverde weereld, zijnde een grondig ondersoek van 't gemeen gevoelen aangaande de geesten, deselver aart en vermogen, bewind en bedrijf: als ook 't gene de menschen door denselver kraght en gemeenschap doen. In vier boeken ondernomen. Amsterdam, D. van den Dalen 1691-1693.

      4°, vier boeken in één band, (20)+138+(2)+(8)+262+(2)+(8)+32+188+(3)+(6)+277+(3) pag. Geillustreerd met afbeelding van Middeleeuwse drinkhoorn (IV pag. 141). Alle vier de delen gewaarborgd door Bekkers handtekening. Leren band, 1 scharnier gebroken. C1410."NNBW 1 pag. 277; Caillet 915; Crowe, Cat. of the Cornell witchcraft collection pag. 41; v.d. Linde 16,17,19,20; Thorndike VIII pag. 583; Knuttel, Verb. boeken 53. Eerste edities van het vierdelige beroemde werk tegen heksenwaan door Balthasar Bekker (1634-1698), rector van de Latijnse school te Franeker (1655-1657) predikant te Oosterlittens (1657), Franeker (1666), Loenen (1674), Weesp (1677) en Amsterdam (1679). Het boek bracht Bekker zowel grote roem als vele moeilijkheden. Een stroom van pamfletten was het gevolg en in 1692 werd hij door de synode van Alkmaar uit zijn ambt ontzet."

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. VAN DER STEUR]
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        De symbolis heroicis libri IX. Antwerpen, Plantijn Moretus, 1634.

      - 80+480+(35) pag., geheel leer met goudstempeling op de rug. Het leer van de band licht beschadigd. Zeldzame editio princeps van deze emblematabundel van de in Rome wonende priester Petrasancta. Geillustreerd met 281 gegraveerde emblemen, in mooie drukken. In het voorwerk (opdracht aan bischop P.A. Carafa) portret, wapen en stambomen van leden van de familie Carafa. Op pag. 135 muziekschrift. Mist helaas de gegraveerde titelpagina (als foto bijgevoegd).

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        Turcici Imperii Status. Accedit de regn. Algeriano atque Tunetano commentarius..

      Lugduni Batavorum [Leyden], Officina Elzeviriana, 1634 16°, (11,5 x 6 cm), 1 Kupferstich-Titelblatt, 3 Bl., 363 S., 2 Bl. (Index), OPgt. der Zeit handschriftl. Rückenbeschriftung., Tadellos m. handschriftliche Bemerkungen auf fliegendem Vorsatz. Besitzervermerk a. Titebl. verso 2. Ausgabe der Ausgabe von 1630 - Willems 416. Texte von verschiedenen Autoren wie Ogier Ghislain de Busbecq (1522-1592). Lazzaro Soranzo. Orazio Malaguzzi . J. B. Mantalbano. und anderen über das Osmanische Reich fünfzig Jahre vor der zweiten Belagerung Wiens. Mit der Niederlage der Türken vor Wien 1683 begann der Niedergang des Osmanischen Reiches. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Alte Drucke - nach 1550 Geschichte - 17 Jht. Reisen - Nordeuropa

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        Nebulo Nebulonum

      Leeuwarden: J. Coopmans, 1634. Second Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. Rebound in 19th entury full red morocco, front cover cleanly detached, rear hinge rubbed, later bookplates, generally quite clean internally with good impressions of the plates. The second edition of Flitner's popular satire, a translation of Murner's Der Schelmen Zunfft. (8), 182, (1)pp. With 33 engraved plates. Brunet II 1293, Graesse II 597 Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Inventory No: 046443.

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        DE MONSTRORUM CAUSSIS, NATURA, ET DIFFERENTIIS LIBRI DUO

      Patavii: Apud Paulum Frambottum, 1634. Second Edition n. This is a fascinating early work on teratology, profusely illustrated with engravings that alternately move us to pity and strain our credulity. Fortunio Liceti (or Licetus, 1577-1657) was born prematurely as the result of the violent tossing that his mother experienced on a stormy sea. His miraculous survival gave him his name "Fortunio," and he proved a child prodigy. Devoted to Aristotelianism, Liceti was professor of philosophy and medicine at the University of Padua until his death at the age of 80. He was a prolific writer, and the present volume contains one of his best-known works. According to Garrison-Morton, "De Monstrorum," first published in 1616, is one of the earliest attempts at classifying deformities. The book is divided into 10 parts, eight of which consider various categories of human monsters: e.g., those lacking some body part, those with some part of abnormal size, those with a part conspicuously different from the natural form, and so on. Within these divisions are some 90 chapters, organized around the presumed cause of the deformity: a blow to the mother's body, a deformed uterus, poor nutrition, excessive animal passion on the part of the parents, the influence of evil spirits, etc. Liceti is particularly fascinated by creatures that are double bodied or have extra limbs. Early editions of this text appear with regularity in the marketplace, but one seldom sees an untrimmed copy like the present one.. 240 x 160 mm. (9 1/2 x 6 1/4"). 8 p.l., 262, [26] pp. Second Edition. Recent unadorned retrospective flexible vellum by Courtland Benson, EDGES UNTRIMMED. With extra engraved title page and 58 SOMETIMES STARTLING ENGRAVED ILLUSTRATIONS OF HUMAN AND ANIMAL DEFORMITIES (conjoined twins, humans with body parts in odd locations, human-mammal hybrids, etc.), some of these repeated. Title page with early ink ex libris inscription of "Jacobi Grandii"[?]. Garrison-Morton 534.52; Krivatsy 6958; Nissen ZBI 2501; Brunet III, 1069; Graesse IV, 203. Four quires a little browned, not infrequent (but inoffensive) thumbing, other trivial defects, but A VERY DESIRABLE COPY, the margins fully intact, the text entirely fresh, and the illustrations richly impressed. This is a fascinating early work on teratology, profusely illustrated with engravings that alternately move us to pity and strain our credulity. Fortunio Liceti (or Licetus, 1577-1657) was born prematurely as the result of the violent tossing that his mother experienced on a stormy sea. His miraculous survival gave him his name "Fortunio," and he proved a child prodigy. Devoted to Aristotelianism, Liceti was professor of philosophy and medicine at the University of Padua until his death at the age of 80. He was a prolific writer, and the present volume contains one of his best-known works. According to Garrison-Morton, "De Monstrorum," first published in 1616, is one of the earliest attempts at classifying deformities. The book is divided into 10 parts, eight of which consider various categories of human monsters: e.g., those lacking some body part, those with some part of abnormal size, those with a part conspicuously different from the natural form, and so on. Within these divisions are some 90 chapters, organized around the presumed cause of the deformity: a blow to the mother's body, a deformed uterus, poor nutrition, excessive animal passion on the part of the parents, the influence of evil spirits, etc. Liceti is particularly fascinated by creatures that are double bodied or have extra limbs. Early editions of this text appear with regularity in the marketplace, but one seldom sees an untrimmed copy like the present one.

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        Nebulo nebulonum hoc est: Loco-seria vernaculae nequitiae censura, carmine iambico depicta tipisque exornata aeneis

      [Leovardiae, i.e. Leeuwarden]: J. Coopmans, 1634. Second edition of the translation by Flitner of Murner's Der Schelmen Zunfft (1512). With engraved title and 33 half-page engravings. 183 pp. 1 vols. Small 8vo. Full citron morocco, spine gilt, black morocco label, a.e.g. Huth book label; bookplate of Fairfax of Cameron. Slightest rubbing to extermities. Fine. Second edition of the translation by Flitner of Murner's Der Schelmen Zunfft (1512). With engraved title and 33 half-page engravings. 183 pp. 1 vols. Small 8vo. Huth Copy. Second edition of this Renaissance emblem book, first published in Frankfurt in 1620. Flitner's Latin text, from the 1512 German satire of Thomas Murner (1475 - 1537), Der Schelmen Zunfft ("The League of Rogues"), is accompanied by 33 delightful engravings in the text. A superb copy -- rare in the market -- with an impressive provenance. Landwehr (Emblem & Fable Books) 235 & 236

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        Biblia sacra cum Glossa Ordinaria (primum quidem) a Strabo Fuldensi monacho Benedict. collecta. Nunc verò novis patrum cùm Graecorum tum Latinorum explicationibus locupletata. Et Postilla Nic. Lirani Franciscani, necnon additionibus Pauli Burgensis episcopi & Matthiae Thoringi replicis. theolog. Duacensium studio emendatis. Tomis sex comprehensa. Omnia denuò recensuit R.P. Leander a S. Martino Benedictinus adiecitq plures antiquos ac novos tractatus, analyses, paralella, tabulas chronologicas, & prosopographicas, cum Indicibus copiosissimus, ut merito haec editio dici possit theolog. et concionat. thesaurus

      Antverpiae, Apud Ioannem Meursium, 1634. 6 vols. Large folio (44x30 cm). Contemporary full leather, spines with ribbons, gilt in compartments, gilt lines around the borders. (covers, spines and hinges restored: covers with a bit loss of leather, but neatly restored, 2 hinges broken, but also partly restored). On the whole acceptable bindings. With engraved title: title within nice rectangular cartouche: the personifications of theology at top, at the left of the Old Testament (holding medaillon with pentagram) and at the right of the New Testament (holding medaillon with IHS), by P. P. Rubens, engraved by Collaert (convent stamsps, as well on the other titles). Titles printed in red and black, with large woodcut vignettes . - With 74 charming small engravings in text. Paper age-toned and also seriously browned in places; marginal waterstain in vol. 2 and margin last quires vol. 6; a few very small rustspots (6 with hole of 2-3 mm). - Nicely printed, with different characters, the capitals are decorative woodcuts in different sizes. The Bible text surrounded by commentaries in a smaller type, and beneath these texts the "Postillae Literales" of Nicolaus de Lira in cursive type, in 2 columns. - A printing masterpiece, very rare The Glossa Ordinaria, which was finished during the 13th century, was the standard biblical gloss during the middle ages, used by Wyclif and his contemporaries. This copy also includes prologues, glosses, and commentary by Walafridus Strabo, Nicholas of Lyra, Paulus Burgensis (Paul of Burgos), Matthias Toringus, and many others (see the list in 2nd vol.). - Vol. 1: (lxiv)pp, 1730 columns, (iii: blank), (xx: Index), (iv: blank) pp., with engraved title; Vol. 2: (iv: blank),(ii: Title), (ii: table of authors), 1704 columns, (ii: blank), (xv: Index), (v: blank) pp. The pagination of the columns not always correct, so this volume counts 4 leaves more; Vol. 3: (iv: blank), (ii: Title), (ii: Authors) pp.; 2244 columns, (ii: blank) pp. and 4 leaves more: column 2237-2284: "Romanae correctionis in Latinis Bibliis ed. vulgatae. Loca insigniora"; (xvi: Index) pp. This volume has 8 leaves more; Vol. 4: (iv:blank) pp., 2524 columns, (ii:blank), (xxiv: "Romanae correctionis..."), (xviii: Index), (vi:blank) pp; Vol. 5: (iv:blank),(ii:title), (ii: Authors), (iv: Prefatio in 4 Evangelistas Nicolai de Lira), (vii: Prologum s. Hieronymi Leandri de S. Martino), (xvii: 'Congeries canonum' (tables)); columns 1-1330, (iii:blank), (xxxi: Romanae correctionis...), (1:blank), (xvii: Index), (i: blank), (xiii: Chronologia s. Scripturae), (v:blank) pp.; Vol. 6: (iv:blank), (ii:title), (ii: Authors) pp.; columns 1-1694, (i:blank)p, columns 1695-2070: Nicolai de Lira, Contra Iudaeos etc, & Pauli Burgensis, Contra perfidiam Iudaeorum; (iii: blank), (xvi: Romanae correctionis..), (xix: Index), (v:blank) pp.

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        PERSIEN. - Karte. "Persia Sive Sophorvm Regnvm".

      - Altkol. Kupferstich von Blaeu, dat. 1634, 38 x 49,5 cm. Grenzkolorierte Gesamtkarte des persischen Reichs. Mit großer altkolorierter Titelkartusche links unten und kleiner Kartusche mit Wappen rechts unten. - Breitrandig und tadellos erhalten.

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        Turcici Imperii Status. Accedit de regn. Algeriano atque Tunetano commentarius.

      Lugduni Batavorum [Leyden], Officina Elzeviriana 1634 - 16°, (11,5 x 6 cm), 1 Kupferstich-Titelblatt, 3 Bl., 363 S., 2 Bl. (Index), OPgt. der Zeit handschriftl. Rückenbeschriftung., Tadellos m. handschriftliche Bemerkungen auf fliegendem Vorsatz. Besitzervermerk a. Titebl. verso 2. Ausgabe der Ausgabe von 1630 - Willems 416. Texte von verschiedenen Autoren wie Ogier Ghislain de Busbecq (1522-1592), Lazzaro Soranzo, Orazio Malaguzzi , J. B. Mantalbano, und anderen über das Osmanische Reich fünfzig Jahre vor der zweiten Belagerung Wiens. Mit der Niederlage der Türken vor Wien 1683 begann der Niedergang des Osmanischen Reiches. 600 gr. Schlagworte: Alte Drucke - nach 1550Geschichte - 17 Jht.Reisen - Nordeuropa

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        Il Forastiero.

      1634. (Napoli-Guide-Ediz. '600) CAPACCIO G. Cesare. Il Forastiero. Dialoghi nei quali, oltre a quel che si ragiona dell'origine di Napoli... si tratta anche dei Re che l'han signoreggiata... Sito e Corpo della Città con tutto il contorno da Cuma al promontorio di Minerva, costumi di habitatori... Napoli, Roncagliolo, 1634. In-4°, legat. ottocent. in m. pelle con tit. al d.; pp. (10)-1024+86 (Suppl. Incendio di Vesuvio)+(46) Racconto delle cose più notabili del Forastiero. € 1850,00

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        Justis exequialibus coelesti brabio coruscanti divo Gustavo Adolpho II magno [=inledning]. Riga, typis Schröderianis, (1634). Folio.

      (1) s. Texten inom typografisk ram. Oskuren. Svag bruntoning i höger marginal. Fint ex, 1634. Middendorp eller Mittendorf, "död 1657, berömmes i Phragmenii Riga literata, som en god latinsk poët", enligt Warmholtz. Mest känd är författaren för sin överdådiga hyllningsskrift till drottning Kristina tryckt i Riga 1652. Föreliggande dikt skrevs i samband med sorgehögtidligheterna i Riga med anledning av Gustav II Adolfs begravning i Stockholm.

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        The historie of the world. In five bookes.

      London: Printed [by Robert Young] for G. Lathum, and R. Young , 1634. Book measures 13 x 9 inches. Collation, [ 62 ], 555,[1]669pp, [24]pp, chronological table, [26]pp, table. Lacking portrait, and possible extra engraved title, although the title page has an engraving of Raleigh, Lacking K1, [ pages 109/110 ], lacking first page of table, 1 map. only, The Desert Arabia, which has some slight loss on fold. Bound in modern full leather, raised bands. Slightly amateurish binding, but in good clean firm condition. Internally, a few pages with minor staining, some minor wear. Generally pages in unusually clean condition. A good solid copy. . Small Folio.

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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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        Gelderland, Graafschap Zutphen - Claes Jansz. Visscher, 1634.

      HET GRAAFSCHAP ZUTPHEN?Comitatus Zutphania?, kopergravure vervaardigd door Claes Jansz. Visscher, uitgegeven in 1634 als deel van de atlas Belgium sive Germania Inferior. Later met de hand gekleurd. Afm. 37,3 x 48,5 cm.Claes Jansz. Visscher hergebruikte de koperplaat van het graafschap Zutphen die hij van de van origine Vlaamse cartograaf Pieter van der Keere had gekocht. Visscher maakt er een nieuwskaart van met daarop het beleg van Groenlo. Na verdere wijzigingen op de koperplaat, werd deze gebruikt als topografische kaart in een atlas die uitgegeven door de firma Hondius-Jansonius. Rechtsonder kwam nu een plattegrond en het wapen van Zutphen. De koperplaat is in ieder geval tot 1637 in de atlassen gebruikt.We zien rechtsonder een inzetkaartje met plattegrond in vogelvlucht perspectief en stadswapen van Zutphen, rechtsboven Zutphanienses: een man en vrouw in de kleding van hun tijd.Prijs: ?950,-.

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        THE WORKES OF THAT FAMOUS CHIRURGION AMBROSE PAREY Translated out of Latine and compared with the French.

      (London, printed by Th.Cotes and R. Young, 1634). FIRST ENGLISH EDITION 1634, folio bound in fours and sixes, approximately 330 x 210 mm, 13 x 8¼ inches, LACKING ENGRAVED TITLE PAGE, 1 PRELIM LEAF (To the Reader), FOLIOS 4F1, 4F2 AND FINAL INDEX LEAF, all replaced with good modern facsimiles, the engraved pictorial title page signed T. Cecill shows Ambrose Pare at the top as an old man, 6 other compartments show surgical scenes, a pharmacy, a human skeleton, a human figure for muscle anatomy, a distilling scene, a table of surgical instruments, and a group of human and animal monsters, over 300 woodcuts in the text, many almost full page, depicting operations, instruments, human anatomy, animals including large images of elephant, rhinoceros, camel, crocodile, portraits of Hippocrates and Galen, pictorial head- and tailpieces, historiated initials, pages: [14], 487, [1], 553-1083, [1], 1093-1173, [23], jump in pagination from 487 to 553 is present in all copies, collated and guaranteed complete, collation: pi1, ¶2, (-pi1 and ¶2), A4, B-2S6, 2T4, 3A-4V6 (-4F1 and 4F2), 4X-4Y4, 4Z-5E6, 5F4, 5G-5H6 (-5H6), prelim ¶1 misplaced after facsimile leaf ¶2, the signature 2S6 is misplaced after 2T4, folios 3G3 and 3G4 are bound out of order, as are also 3P2 and 3P5, and 4N1 and 4N6, bound in modern quarter calf over marbled sides with vellum tips, raised bands to spine, gilt lettered green morocco label, new endpapers. Armorial bookplate on front pastedown of George Henry Virtue (d.1866) who was for several years Treasurer of the Royal Numismatic Society, Dedication page to Henry 3rd, dated 1579 has small old ink inscription dated 1733, light brown damp stains to lower third of first 50 leaves, intermittently from 3D6-4H2, and on final 6 leaves of index, occasional small pale damp stains to margins, Dedication page slightly worn at fore-edge and lower corner, neatly repaired on reverse, some thumbing to lower outer corners of early pages, small closed margin tear on 18 leaves repaired neatly, 3 just entering text with no loss (3N5, 3R6, 4F6), small chip to fore-edge margin of 2N3, neatly repaired with loss of a couple of letters of side note, repairs to upper margin of 2R4, 2R5, and 3I6, occasional small light stain, mainly to margins, fore-edge margin of 3I6 trimmed, no loss to side notes, 1 early neat ink marginal note. A good copy with 5 facsimile leaves as noted. Chapters on various operations, treatment of fractures, plague, manufacturing of artificial limbs, obstetrics, nerve operations, tooth and eye structures, discussion on monsters and fantastical animals, and a treatise on distillation. Garrison & Morton, pages 224-226; Krivatsy, 17th Century Books in the National Library of Medicine; A Catalogue of Printed Books in the Wellcome Historical Medical Library, Volume I, No. 4825; Bibliotheca Walleriana No.7177. Priced to reflect faults and condition. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Explanatio in Psalmos

      Ioannis Iost, Parisiis (Paris) 1634 - Quarto (9 1/2 x 7 1/4"). 10, [6], 1088, [24]pp (Index). Contemporary blind-tooled pigskin, with handwritten title to spine. Vignette on title. Decorative head-, tailpieces, and initials. Originally published in 1611, Robert Bellarmine's "Commentary on the Book of Psalms" was written after the author was called to the Cardinalate by Pope Clement VIII. As one of only two Jesuit Doctors of the Church, Robert Bellarmine found need for a respite from what were often tedious temporal obligations. Therefore, to exhaust his intellectual and spiritual energies in writing, he prepared this work, his very own commentary on each of the Psalms. "Most of the Psalms of David," he said, "read like a compendium of the whole of the Old Testament, a summation in poetic capsule." St. Robert Bellarmine gives verse-by-verse commentary on the Psalms as they are in the Vulgate and rendered in the Douay-Rheims Bible.Contemporary previous owner's name (F. Siardus de Bal) and inscriptions in ink on top edge, inside of fly leaf, and title page (not affecting lettering). Inscriptions in Latin, dated Tongerloensis (Louvain), 1682.Original clasps missing. Handwritten title mostly faded. Stunning binding partly darkened and rubbed along edges. Closed tear at upper front joint appears to have been glued. Previous owner's Ex-Libris on front free endpaper (Wm. R. Blumenthal). Minor and sporadic foxing to very first and very last leaves. Text in Latin. Binding in overall good to good+, interior in very good condition. * Saint Robert Bellarmine, S.J. (1542-1621) was an Italian Jesuit and a Cardinal of the Catholic Church. He was one of the most important figures in the Counter-Reformation. He was a professor of theology and later rector of the Roman College, and in 1602 became archbishop of Capua. Bellarmine supported the reform decrees of the Council of Trent. He was canonized in 1930 and named a Doctor of the Church. Bellarmine is also widely remembered for his role in the Giordano Bruno affair and the Galileo affair. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        THE WORKES OF THAT FAMOUS CHIRURGION AMBROSE PAREY Translated out of Latine and compared with the French.

      (London, printed by Th.Cotes and R. Young, 1634).. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION 1634, folio bound in fours and sixes, approximately 330 x 210 mm, 13 x 8¼ inches, LACKING ENGRAVED TITLE PAGE, 1 PRELIM LEAF (To the Reader), FOLIOS 4F1, 4F2 AND FINAL INDEX LEAF, all replaced with good modern facsimiles, the engraved pictorial title page signed T. Cecill shows Ambrose Pare at the top as an old man, 6 other compartments show surgical scenes, a pharmacy, a human skeleton, a human figure for muscle anatomy, a distilling scene, a table of surgical instruments, and a group of human and animal monsters, over 300 woodcuts in the text, many almost full page, depicting operations, instruments, human anatomy, animals including large images of elephant, rhinoceros, camel, crocodile, portraits of Hippocrates and Galen, pictorial head- and tailpieces, historiated initials, pages: [14], 487, [1], 553-1083, [1], 1093-1173, [23], jump in pagination from 487 to 553 is present in all copies, collated and guaranteed complete, collation: pi1, ¶2, (-pi1 and ¶2), A4, B-2S6, 2T4, 3A-4V6 (-4F1 and 4F2), 4X-4Y4, 4Z-5E6, 5F4, 5G-5H6 (-5H6), prelim ¶1 misplaced after facsimile leaf ¶2, the signature 2S6 is misplaced after 2T4, folios 3G3 and 3G4 are bound out of order, as are also 3P2 and 3P5, and 4N1 and 4N6, bound in modern quarter calf over marbled sides with vellum tips, raised bands to spine, gilt lettered green morocco label, new endpapers. Armorial bookplate on front pastedown of George Henry Virtue (d.1866) who was for several years Treasurer of the Royal Numismatic Society, Dedication page to Henry 3rd, dated 1579 has small old ink inscription dated 1733, light brown damp stains to lower third of first 50 leaves, intermittently from 3D6-4H2, and on final 6 leaves of index, occasional small pale damp stains to margins, Dedication page slightly worn at fore-edge and lower corner, neatly repaired on reverse, some thumbing to lower outer corners of early pages, small closed margin tear on 18 leaves repaired neatly, 3 just entering text with no loss (3N5, 3R6, 4F6), small chip to fore-edge margin of 2N3, neatly repaired with loss of a couple of letters of side note, repairs to upper margin of 2R4, 2R5, and 3I6, occasional small light stain, mainly to margins, fore-edge margin of 3I6 trimmed, no loss to side notes, 1 early neat ink marginal note. A good copy with 5 facsimile leaves as noted. Chapters on various operations, treatment of fractures, plague, manufacturing of artificial limbs, obstetrics, nerve operations, tooth and eye structures, discussion on monsters and fantastical animals, and a treatise on distillation. Garrison & Morton, pages 224-226; Krivatsy, 17th Century Books in the National Library of Medicine; A Catalogue of Printed Books in the Wellcome Historical Medical Library, Volume I, No. 4825; Bibliotheca Walleriana No.7177. Priced to reflect faults and condition. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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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.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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        Explanatio in Psalmos

      Parisiis (Paris): Ioannis Iost, 1634. New edition, corrected. Hardcover. g to vg. Quarto (9 1/2 x 7 1/4"). 10, [6], 1088, [24]pp (Index). Contemporary blind-tooled pigskin, with handwritten title to spine. Vignette on title. Decorative head-, tailpieces, and initials. Originally published in 1611, Robert Bellarmine's "Commentary on the Book of Psalms" was written after the author was called to the Cardinalate by Pope Clement VIII. As one of only two Jesuit Doctors of the Church, Robert Bellarmine found need for a respite from what were often tedious temporal obligations. Therefore, to exhaust his intellectual and spiritual energies in writing, he prepared this work, his very own commentary on each of the Psalms. "Most of the Psalms of David," he said, "read like a compendium of the whole of the Old Testament, a summation in poetic capsule." St. Robert Bellarmine gives verse-by-verse commentary on the Psalms as they are in the Vulgate and rendered in the Douay-Rheims Bible.Contemporary previous owner's name (F. Siardus de Bal) and inscriptions in ink on top edge, inside of fly leaf, and title page (not affecting lettering). Inscriptions in Latin, dated Tongerloensis (Louvain), 1682.Original clasps missing. Handwritten title mostly faded. Stunning binding partly darkened and rubbed along edges. Closed tear at upper front joint appears to have been glued. Previous owner's Ex-Libris on front free endpaper (Wm. R. Blumenthal). Minor and sporadic foxing to very first and very last leaves. Text in Latin. Binding in overall good to good+, interior in very good condition. * Saint Robert Bellarmine, S.J. (1542-1621) was an Italian Jesuit and a Cardinal of the Catholic Church. He was one of the most important figures in the Counter-Reformation. He was a professor of theology and later rector of the Roman College, and in 1602 became archbishop of Capua. Bellarmine supported the reform decrees of the Council of Trent. He was canonized in 1930 and named a Doctor of the Church. Bellarmine is also widely remembered for his role in the Giordano Bruno affair and the Galileo affair.

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        Außführlicher Bericht Von Der Newen Propheten / (die sich Erläuchtete, Gottesgelehrte und Theosophos nennen) Religion / Lehr und Glauben / damit der Satan die Kirche Gottes auffs newe zu verunruhigen sich unterstehet: Zu Nothwendiger offenbarung der gefährlichen Verführung/ unnd trewhertzigen Warnung/ daß sich alle/ die ihnen ihrer Seelen ewige Wolfarth lieb sein lassen/ dafür auffs fleissigste fürsehen: Auch gründlicher widerlegung ihrer vielfältigen schädlichen Irrthumb: Gestellet durch das Predigampt der Christlichen Gemein zu Lübeck / Hamburg / und Lüneburg. Erstausg.

      Gedruckt zu Lübeck, Durch Valtin Schmalhertz / In Verlegung Johan Embs, 1634. - 8 Bll., 635 S., 24 Bll., mit einem Holzschnitt als Druckermarke, Titel in Schwarz u. Rot, 8°, Blindgepr. Leder mit zwei intakten Metallschliessen u. späterem handschrftl. Titel u. Datum Nicht identisch mit VD17 39:134255T (dort mit Druckfehler im Titel: ". Newen Prophepheten .", min. Schreibabweichungen, dort: "Gottesgelehrte", hier "GOttesgelehrte"). - Nikolaus Hunnius (1585-1643; auch Nicolaus Hunn), deutscher Theologe, der seine Hauptaufgabe in der Reinhaltung der lutherischen Lehre sah, die er in zahlreichen Schriften gegen das Papsttum (dem er Apostasie vorwarf), den Calvinismus u. das mystische Schwärmertum verteidigte. 1633 war er maßgeblich beim Zustandekommen des Konventes der drei Geistlichen Ministerien der Städte Lübeck, Hamburg u. Lüneburg beteiligt. Der Konvent in Mölln befasste sich vor allem mit der Abwehr des mystischen Spiritualismus, der durch die weite Verbreitung der Schriften Valentin Weigels in Norddeutschland Anhänger gefunden hatte. Hier vertrat Hunnius das Geistliche Ministerium Lübecks, leitete den Konvent u. fasste deren Beschlüsse in der vorliegenden Schrift zusammen, die 1634 erschien. - Einband etwas fleckig, berieben u. leicht bestossen; Deckel mit Bohrloch ("Kirchenbücher" wurden oft durch Ketten gesichert); Innendeckel mit Besitzervermerken; durchgängig gebräunt u. tlw. leicht braunfleckig, sonst ein gutes Expl. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        C. Sallustius Crispus cum veterum Historicorum fragmentis. [With contemporary erotic ink drawing].

      Ex Officina Elzeviriana,, Amsterdam: 1634 - Collation: *8, A-O12, P4. Pagination: [16], 310, [34]. Full old vellum, title on spine in manuscript. Blue speckled edges. Few minor stains, first blank started. Bookplate on front pastedown. Ink drawings, old hand, on rear pastedown and verso of final blank; notations, in old hand, on verso of final three blanks. A very nice copy. Illustrations: Engraved t.p., coin portrait of Sallust faces A1. Engraved initials, head and tail pieces. Interesting contemporary original ink drawing at end, perhaps as a sample cut, in Dutch-Greek, of an erotic and humorous nature. Should be looked further into. Sallust histories, regarding the Catalinian conspiracy and the Jurgurthine War, are important sources for the last days of the Republic. They create a style for Roman historiography, based upon Thucydides and Cato the Elder, and bore considerable influence upon Tacitus.

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        C. SALLUSTIUS CRISPUS, CUM VETERUM HISTORICORUM FRAGMENTIS

      Leyden: Ex Officina Elzeviriana, 1634. First Elzevir Edition. Bound in 18th century full crimson morocco, in fine condition; gilt tooled spine & dentelles, all edges gilt. 12mo. Copper engraved title-page and medallic text woodcut portrait of Sallustius Crispus. (24),310,(38)pp. Indices. Fine. First Edition. Early Printed Book.

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        Nouvelles pensées sur les causes de la lumière, du desbordement du Nil et de l'amour d'inclination.

      Paris: chez Pierre Rocolet, 1634. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 3 parts in 1 volume. 4to (220 x 164 mm). [24], 131 [1]; [2], 17 [1]; [12], 112 pp. Woodcut headbands and initials, separate half titles to all parts. Contemporary calf, boards paneled in gilt, spine with 5 raised bands richly gilt in compartments and with gilt-lettered label, all edges gilt, marbled endpapers (boards heavily scratched, corners repaired, foot of spine chipped). Text very little browned, occasional minor spotting, title-page torn affecting two letters restored and laid down on old paper, first two preliminary leaves repaired at gutter, small worm track to inner blank margin of final leaves, light dampstains mainly to upper corner, a few text corrections in ink. Provenance: Verdeil (inscribed on title-page). Still a fine, wide-margined copy. ----VERY RARE FIRST EDITION. Marin Cureau de La Chambre (1594-1669), largly known for his work in physiognomy, was personal physician to the Chancelier Seguier, who was his patron, and then to the King. He was consulted by Louis XIV as to questions of physiognomy, when new employees were being considered. The present work, a philosophical mixture about the causes of light, the flooding of the Nile, and the love of inclination is Le Chambre's earliest publication. Although this work is questionably from a scientific standpoint (Le Chambre considered light as a quality and attributed the Nile floods to the fermentation of nitre), it is nevertheless remarkable as it was written in French vernacular at a time when textbooks were written in Latin. It thus precedes Descarte's Discours de la Méthode by a few years. Very Good.

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        Biblia sacra cum Glossa Ordinaria (primum quidem) a Strabo Fuldensi monacho Benedict. collecta. Nunc verò novis patrum cùm Graecorum tum Latinorum explicationibus locupletata. Et Postilla Nic. Lirani Franciscani, necnon additionibus Pauli Burgensis episcopi & Matthiae Thoringi replicis. theolog. Duacensium studio emendatis. Tomis sex comprehensa. Omnia denuò recensuit R.P. Leander a S. Martino Benedictinus adiecitq plures antiquos ac novos tractatus, analyses, paralella, tabulas chronologicas, & prosopographicas, cum Indicibus copiosissimus, ut merito haec editio dici possit theolog. et concionat. thesaurus

      Antverpiae, Apud Ioannem Meursium, 1634. 6 vols. Large folio (44x30 cm). Contemporary full leather, spines with ribbons, gilt in compartments, gilt lines around the borders. (covers, spines and hinges restored: covers with a bit loss of leather, but neatly restored, 2 hinges broken, but also partly restored). On the whole acceptable bindings. With engraved title: title within nice rectangular cartouche: the personifications of theology at top, at the left of the Old Testament (holding medaillon with pentagram) and at the right of the New Testament (holding medaillon with IHS), by P. P. Rubens, engraved by Collaert (convent stamsps, as well on the other titles). Titles printed in red and black, with large woodcut vignettes . - With 74 charming small engravings in text. Paper age-toned and also seriously browned in places; marginal waterstain in vol. 2 and margin last quires vol. 6; a few very small rustspots (6 with hole of 2-3 mm). - Nicely printed, with different characters, the capitals are decorative woodcuts in different sizes. The Bible text surrounded by commentaries in a smaller type, and beneath these texts the "Postillae Literales" of Nicolaus de Lira in cursive type, in 2 columns. - A printing masterpiece, very rare The Glossa Ordinaria, which was finished during the 13th century, was the standard biblical gloss during the middle ages, used by Wyclif and his contemporaries. This copy also includes prologues, glosses, and commentary by Walafridus Strabo, Nicholas of Lyra, Paulus Burgensis (Paul of Burgos), Matthias Toringus, and many others (see the list in 2nd vol.). - Vol. 1: (lxiv)pp, 1730 columns, (iii: blank), (xx: Index), (iv: blank) pp., with engraved title; Vol. 2: (iv: blank),(ii: Title), (ii: table of authors), 1704 columns, (ii: blank), (xv: Index), (v: blank) pp. The pagination of the columns not always correct, so this volume counts 4 leaves more; Vol. 3: (iv: blank), (ii: Title), (ii: Authors) pp.; 2244 columns, (ii: blank) pp. and 4 leaves more: column 2237-2284: "Romanae correctionis in Latinis Bibliis ed. vulgatae. Loca insigniora"; (xvi: Index) pp. This volume has 8 leaves more; Vol. 4: (iv:blank) pp., 2524 columns, (ii:blank), (xxiv: "Romanae correctionis..."), (xviii: Index), (vi:blank) pp; Vol. 5: (iv:blank),(ii:title), (ii: Authors), (iv: Prefatio in 4 Evangelistas Nicolai de Lira), (vii: Prologum s. Hieronymi Leandri de S. Martino), (xvii: 'Congeries canonum' (tables)); columns 1-1330, (iii:blank), (xxxi: Romanae correctionis...), (1:blank), (xvii: Index), (i: blank), (xiii: Chronologia s. Scripturae), (v:blank) pp.; Vol. 6: (iv:blank), (ii:title), (ii: Authors) pp.; columns 1-1694, (i:blank)p, columns 1695-2070: Nicolai de Lira, Contra Iudaeos etc, & Pauli Burgensis, Contra perfidiam Iudaeorum; (iii: blank), (xvi: Romanae correctionis..), (xix: Index), (v:blank) pp.

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        2 Vol. 1: Recueil des Tiltres, qualités, blazons et armes des Seigneurs Barons des estats generaux de la Province de Languedoc / 2: . des Prelats .

      - 1: Recueil des Tiltres, qualités, blazons et armes des Seigneurs Barons des estats generaux de la Province de Languedoc, tenus par Le Prince de Conty, Montpellier 1634. Imp. Scipio Iasserme, Lyon 1635 (ca. 70 St., s-w-Abb., letztes Blatt verso mit mont. Errata-Zettel) / 2: Recueil des Tiltres, qualités, blazons et armes des Prelats des estats generaux de la Province de Languedoc, tenus par Le Prince de Conty, Montpellier 1634. Imp. Scipio Iasserme, Lyon 1635 (ca. 70 St., s-w-Abb., letztes Blatt verso mit mont. Errata-Zettel). Die Bände gebunden um 1850 (mit Rückenlederbeschriftung), Blöcke je fleckig und mit Läsuren, Besitzervermerke eines „Barrau" anno 1655. 2: Titelei mit Eckfehlstelle, Block oben mit Brandloch am Rand, wenige Seiten mit handschr. Skizze. Bd. 2 dazu mit aufmontiertem handschr. Widmungsblatt: „Ce livre ma este donne le 18 decembre 1655 a Pezenas a la Tenue des eszas generaux au Jestois, Depute de la Ville Foyalle de Mazneich par celui qui la off. et cedie a toute da pr. de Languedoc, Barrau » [???]

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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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        Gelderland, Graafschap Zutphen - Claes Jansz. Visscher, 1634.

      HET GRAAFSCHAP ZUTPHEN?Comitatus Zutphania?, kopergravure vervaardigd door Claes Jansz. Visscher, uitgegeven in 1634 als deel van de atlas Belgium sive Germania Inferior. Later met de hand gekleurd. Afm. 37,3 x 48,5 cm.Claes Jansz. Visscher hergebruikte de koperplaat van het graafschap Zutphen die hij van de van origine Vlaamse cartograaf Pieter van der Keere had gekocht. Visscher maakt er een nieuwskaart van met daarop het beleg van Groenlo. Na verdere wijzigingen op de koperplaat, werd deze gebruikt als topografische kaart in een atlas die uitgegeven door de firma Hondius-Jansonius. Rechtsonder kwam nu een plattegrond en het wapen van Zutphen. De koperplaat is in ieder geval tot 1637 in de atlassen gebruikt.We zien rechtsonder een inzetkaartje met plattegrond in vogelvlucht perspectief en stadswapen van Zutphen, rechtsboven Zutphanienses: een man en vrouw in de kleding van hun tijd.Prijs: ?950,-.

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        Biblia sacra cum Glossa Ordinaria (primum quidem) a Strabo Fuldensi monacho Benedict. collecta. Nunc verò novis patrum cùm Graecorum tum Latinorum explicationibus locupletata. Et Postilla Nic. Lirani Franciscani, necnon additionibus Pauli Burgensis episcopi & Matthiae Thoringi replicis. theolog. Duacensium studio emendatis. Tomis sex comprehensa. Omnia denuò recensuit R.P. Leander a S. Martino Benedictinus adiecitq plures antiquos ac novos tractatus, analyses, paralella, tabulas chronologicas, & prosopographicas, cum Indicibus copiosissimus, ut merito haec editio dici possit theolog. et concionat. thesaurus.

      Antverpiae, Apud Ioannem Meursium, 1634. 6 vols. Large folio (44x30 cm). Contemporary full leather, spines with ribbons, gilt in compartments, gilt lines around the borders. (covers, spines and hinges restored: covers with a bit loss of leather, but neatly restored, 2 hinges broken, but also partly restored). On the whole acceptable bindings. With engraved title: title within nice rectangular cartouche: the personifications of theology at top, at the left of the Old Testament (holding medaillon with pentagram) and at the right of the New Testament (holding medaillon with IHS), by P. P. Rubens, engraved by Collaert (convent stamsps, as well on the other titles). Titles printed in red and black, with large woodcut vignettes . - With 74 charming small engravings in text. Paper age-toned and also seriously browned in places; marginal waterstain in vol. 2 and margin last quires vol. 6; a few very small rustspots (6 with hole of 2-3 mm). - Nicely printed, with different characters, the capitals are decorative woodcuts in different sizes. The Bible text surrounded by commentaries in a smaller type, and beneath these texts the "Postillae Literales" of Nicolaus de Lira in cursive type, in 2 columns. - A printing masterpiece, very rare The Glossa Ordinaria, which was finished during the 13th century, was the standard biblical gloss during the middle ages, used by Wyclif and his contemporaries. This copy also includes prologues, glosses, and commentary by Walafridus Strabo, Nicholas of Lyra, Paulus Burgensis (Paul of Burgos), Matthias Toringus, and many others (see the list in 2nd vol.). - Vol. 1: (lxiv)pp, 1730 columns, (iii: blank), (xx: Index), (iv: blank) pp., with engraved title; Vol. 2: (iv: blank),(ii: Title), (ii: table of authors), 1704 columns, (ii: blank), (xv: Index), (v: blank) pp. The pagination of the columns not always correct, so this volume counts 4 leaves more; Vol. 3: (iv: blank), (ii: Title), (ii: Authors) pp.; 2244 columns, (ii: blank) pp. and 4 leaves more: column 2237-2284: "Romanae correctionis in Latinis Bibliis ed. vulgatae. Loca insigniora"; (xvi: Index) pp. This volume has 8 leaves more; Vol. 4: (iv:blank) pp., 2524 columns, (ii:blank), (xxiv: "Romanae correctionis..."), (xviii: Index), (vi:blank) pp; Vol. 5: (iv:blank),(ii:title), (ii: Authors), (iv: Prefatio in 4 Evangelistas Nicolai de Lira), (vii: Prologum s. Hieronymi Leandri de S. Martino), (xvii: 'Congeries canonum' (tables)); columns 1-1330, (iii:blank), (xxxi: Romanae correctionis...), (1:blank), (xvii: Index), (i: blank), (xiii: Chronologia s. Scripturae), (v:blank) pp.; Vol. 6: (iv:blank), (ii:title), (ii: Authors) pp.; columns 1-1694, (i:blank)p, columns 1695-2070: Nicolai de Lira, Contra Iudaeos etc, & Pauli Burgensis, Contra perfidiam Iudaeorum; (iii: blank), (xvi:Romanae correctionis..), (xix: Index), (v:blank) pp.

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        Sacrum Sanctuarium crucis et patientiae crucifixorum et cruciferorum, emblematicis imaginibus laborantium et aegrotantium ornatum, artifices gloriosi novae artis bene vivendi et moriendi secundum rationem regulae et circini: auctore R.P. Petro Biuero .

      Ex Officina Plantiniana Balthasaris Moreti, Antuerpiae. 1634 - Il testo del gesuita spagnolo Bivero (1572-1656) racconta della tortura e della viita dei santi e la loro applicazione morale. Le incisioni sono di alta qualità. Molto raro. Formato: [24], 678, [22] p., n. [70] incisioni calcogr., 20 cm, perg. Esemplare buono, con qualche arrossatura e una gora d'acqua che interessa quasi tutto il libro. Nastro di rinforzo all'interno della legatura.

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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.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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        The History Of The World. In Five Bookes. [1634 Maps, Illustrations)

      Printed for Walter Burre,. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1634. Fourth Edition. Hardcover. Engravings; Frontis date 1614 but appears to conform to ESTC points for 1634. Armorial book plate of Baron De Loon. 8 folding maps and plans often with repairs. Includes "Chronologicall table". Presumed 4th edition. Written during his imprisonment in the Tower of London, the History . Of the World is Sir Walter Raleigh's most important prose work. The book, originally intended as a multivolume project, covers the creation of the world to 146BC and aims to show history as a moral exercise. Initially, the work was intended to serve as an educational tool for Henry, Prince of Wales (1594-1612) and includes numerous references to warfare, law and kingship. Although Raleigh was imprisoned for treason, the book, due to its association with the Prince was entered on the Stationer's list of approved books in 1611 but following Henry's death in 1612, Raleigh was forced to bring the project to conclusion. The work, consisting of five books nearing one million words in total, was eventually published in 1614. The cynical nature of the work, and the contempt to which Raleigh holds monarchs throughout history brought the book to the attention of James I and the Archbishop of Canterbury, George Abbot, who immediately demanded copies to be seized and publication banned. These actions only served to increase demand. 8.5 x 12.75" bound in contemporary leather and [sympathetically rebacked later]. [40], 184, 181-555, [1] 510, 515-669, [1] [2] [20]. Pagination erros at 185 [1st pagination], 323, 185 [2nd pagination], 471-3. Printed general title page with the large portrait of Raleigh. Engraved title page with a date had been removed by tis time. Mind of the Front printed recto of 2nd leaf. ; 0 .

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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.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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        Il Forastiero

      1634. CAPACCIO Giulio Cesare. Il Forastiero. Dialogi ne i quali, oltre a quel che si ragiona dell'origine di Napoli, governo antico della sua Repubblica, Duchi che sotto gli Imperadori Greci vi ebbero dominio, Religione, Guerre che con varie nationi successero, si tratta anche de i Re che l'han signoreggiata, che la signoreggiano, Vicerè che amministrano, Tribunali Regij, Governo publico, Sito e corpo della Cità con tutto'l contorno da Cuma al promontorio di Minerva, varietà, e costumi di habitatori, Famiglie nobili e popolari con molti Elogij d'homini Illustri, aggiuntavi la cognitione di molte cose appartenenti all'historia d'Italia, con particolari relationi per la materia politica con brevità spiegate. In Napoli, per Gio.Domenico Roncagliolo, 1634. In 8vo; cc.5 n.nn., 23 n.nn. con il Racconto delle cose più notabili del Forastiero e la Tavola degli errori; pp.1024, 86 con il Dialogo dell'Incendio del Vesuvio. Occhietto rinnovato, restauro al margine inferiore del frontespizio. Pergamena del XVIII secolo, tassello al dorso. Edizione assai rara. Santoro, 468; Giustiniani , Biblioteca Storica, pag.125; Furcheim, Bibl. Del Vesuvio, pag.30; BL, Cat. of 17th Century Italian Books I, pag.179.

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        Die Bezauberte Welt: Oder eine gr

      Ca. 23 x 17 cm. (Titelblatt als Kopie). 39 S., [1] S., 136 [recte 144] Seiten 270 S., [2] Seiten 179 [recte 197] S., [3] Seiten 308 S., [4] Seiten. Mit einer Kupfertafel (zeigt das Oldenburgische Horn). Pergamentband der Zeit. Erste Ausgabe. Faber du Faur 1270 Hayn-Gotendorf III, 177. Der niederl

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        Cortona. Città Antichissima in Toscana Metropoli.

      1634. Roma, 1634 ("in Roma con licenza de Superiori e Privil. del Somo Pont.". Incisione in rame all'acquaforte, b/n, cm 19,3 x 27,6 (alla lastra). Delineta da Piero Berrettini cortonese e disegnata da Giacomo Lauro Romano. In alto a sinistra stemma mediceo a sei palle; altri stemmi poco più in basso, sulla destra del foglio; legenda a quarantanove voci in due riquadri sempre sulla destra, nella parte bassa; in lastra, in basso a sinistra, "L. Lauro Romano f. 1694 . Borgo di S.Vincenzo"; poco più a destra "Piero Berettini Cortonese delin.". Il nome di Piero Berettini si riferisce a Pietro da Cortona, nato appunto come Pietro Berrettini (Cortona, 1569 - Roma, 1669), celebre pittore e architetto italiano. Non si conosce la data di nascita del Lauro, attivo prevalentemente in ambito romano come incisore, stampatore e conoscitore di antichità tra il 1583 e il 1645. Il fatto che egli firmasse le sue opere come "Jacobus Laurus Romanus" lascia presumere che fosse originario di Roma e, al contempo, rende improbabile l'ipotesi di una possibile provenienza dai Paesi Bassi (Bertolotti, p. 221). Nulla si conosce della sua formazione. La prima testimonianza documentaria che attesta la sua presenza a Roma, in cui è definito "intagliatore di rame romano", risale al 1583; mentre la sua prima stampa conosciuta è un "Tiberio con la daga" (o "Il gladiatore"), pubblicata da C. Duchet nel 1585. Nonostante il Lauro abbia affrontato tematiche storiche, mitologiche e devozionali, è noto soprattutto per la produzione di piante e vedute di città, a cominciare dalla veduta a volo d'uccello di Rocca Contrada (Arcevia), realizzata nel 1594 su disegno di E. Ramazzani (Anselmi). Nel 1599, basandosi su un disegno di Antonio Tempesta, incise e pubblicò una pianta di Roma, ristampata nel 1630, dal titolo "Septem Urbis ecclesiae cum earum reliquiis stationibus et indulgentiis". Negli anni 1630 - '45 il Lauro si dedicò alla pubblicazione di una serie di piante e descrizioni di città italiane e straniere in forma di piccoli opuscoli, alcuni dei quali furono raccolti nel 1639 sotto il titolo di "Heroico splendore delle città del mondo". In ognuno di essi il frontespizio è seguito dalla dedica a un personaggio illustre, dalla pianta corredata di legenda, spesso derivata dall'opera di predecessori, e infine da una breve descrizione della città. Nell'opuscolo intitolato "Historia dell'antichissima città di Cortona in Toscana" del 1639 (Roma, Lodovico Grignani) la pianta della città, datata 1634, reca, oltre alla firma del Lauro, quella di Pietro da Cortona (vedi anche rist. anast., 1981, con il titolo "Dell'origine della città di Cortona in Toscana e sue antichità"). La data di morte del Lauro non è nota. Egli risulta già deceduto nel 1650, quando il teologo S. Gregorowic scriveva al figlio Michele per esprimergli stima e affetto (Ashby, I, p. 365). Rara veduta planimetrica di Cortona. Margini un po' stretti oltre la battuta, un uniforme ingiallimento del foglio e due macchie insistite di umido sul lato sinistro del foglio, peraltro in buona impressione e in buono stato di conservazione.

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        Turcici Imperii Status. Accedit De Regn. Algeriano atque Tunetano Commentarius.

      Leiden: Elzevier, 1634 Second edition. 24mo (11,1 x 5,5 cm). (8), 363, (5) pp. Contemporary full overlapping vellum, spine with handwritten title. A collection of 12 treatises, quotations and excerpts from different authors on the history, culture, economy and especially the military situation of the Imperial Ottoman State and has probably been put together by Johannes de Laet. The 3d trait is an extensive description of Constantinople "De urbe Constantinopoli Imperio Turcico". Second, revised and enlarged Elzevier edition. Apart from several amplifications and other changes, this second edition was extensively enlarged with an appendix, containing two traits, one on Algeria "De Algeriao regno" (pp 309 - 340) and the other on Tunisia "De Tunetano regno" (pp. 341 - 363 - with a separate typographic title page and an introduction by the publisher). With an engraved title page, depicting the Sultan on his horse and with retinue. Unsigned. Also with 4 headpieces, 16 decorated woodcut initials. A very fine, remarkably fresh copy. For a full description and more images please visit: www.zaalbooks.nl .

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        Prières pour le soir et le matin. Manuscrit sur peau de vélin enluminé.

      1634. ____ Très beau manuscrit entièrement réglé, avec un titre doré avec un bel encadrement à la plume : une tête d'angelot, deux cariatides et une tête de mort. Sur la page suivante le blason du commanditaire, Louis Hesselin est dessiné à la plume. Le texte est délicatement calligraphié en plusieurs couleurs : or, bleu, rouge et noir. En tête de chapitres on compte 6 lettrines historiées en couleur d'une très grande finesse. Reliure aux armes de Louis Hesselin (1602-1662), maître de la chambre aux deniers et surintendant des plaisirs du roi, bibliophile éclairé et collectionneur de tableaux et d'objets d'art. "Hesselin faisait grande figure à la cour vers le milieu du XVIIe siècle. C'était l'homme de goût par excellence, le personnage à la mode, l'organisateur obligé de toutes les fêtes. Très friand des belles curiosités, il avait fait de sa maison quai des Béthune, dans l'île Saint-Louis, un véritable musée. (...) "J'appelle son cabinet toute sa maison - dit le père Nicéron, auteur de "La perspective curieuse" - car véritablement elle est ornée et remplie de tant de raretés, on y voit tant de belles glaces, d'excellents miroirs, tant de rares peintures et de pièces à ravir pour les rondes bosses et les reliefs, tant de bons livres en toutes sortes de science, qu'on peut la dire l'abrégé de tous les cabinets de Paris." Hesselin mourut empoisonné par un domestique en 1664. (...) Les livres de sa bibliothèque se rencontrent difficilement; ils sont d'ordinaire reliés en veau écaille à ses armes." Bonnaffé, Dictionnaire des amateurs français au XVIIe siècle, 1884, p. 139) Louis Hesselin était un ami intime de Simon Vouet (1590-1649), peintre de Louis XIII. 21 feuillets sont restés blancs à la fin. Le dos de la reliure a été très bien resrtauré, quelques tâches sur les plats. Très bel exemplaire, dans une reliures d'un type peu commun. Olivier 1687, fer 1. ***** A delightful illustrated manuscript, on vellum, from the collection of the bibliophile and collector Louis Hesselin (1602-1662) with his arms on cover. In-4. [172 x 233 mm] Collation : 52 ff. Vélin vert, encadrement sur les plats avec fleurons d'angle et armes dorées sur fond noir au centre, tranches dorées. (Reliure de l'époque.).

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        Keirs en kandelaer snutter en horen voor eenen nieuwe-jaer ver-eert aen alle lichts-gesinde.Bruges, widow of Joannes Clouwet, 1664. 12mo. 19th-century half calf, gold-tooled spine.

      - BNCI 12057; Scheurleer, Liedboeken, p. 74; STCV (3 copies); WorldCat (3 other copies). Rare first and only edition of a devotional and educational work written by Petrus Croon (1634-1682), a regular canon and literary author from Louvain, Belgium. The work was intended to serve as a gift for the new year, and contains emblematic poetry about candles, candlesticks, candlestands, candle-snuffers, and all things to do with candles, traditionally lit on New Year's Eve. The emblematic verses and songs are interwoven with explanatory text in prose. At the end a new song called "domp-horentje" (little candle-snuffer) is set to music and accompanied by printed musical notation. The charming little book proves that the text of emblematic verse can invoke images so well that no pictures are needed. And without engravings the New Year's gift would be less expensive for young people. As a convinced Roman Catholic, Croon wanted to educate and edify his readers by way of amusing verse, emblems, riddles, proverbs, and the like. With bookplate and owner's stamps. Only slightly browned, with a very small restoration on the lower outer corner of page 63/64. In very good condition.

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        Manuale Graecarum vocum N. TESTAMENTI, cui acceßit Index anomalorum et difficiliorum vocabulorum, item Tractatus de Graecis N. Testamenti accentibus. Auctore GEORGIO PASORE.

      Leiden Elzevier 1634 - 1 (weißes) Blatt, 523 Seiten (incl. gestochenem Titel), 14 Blätter (Index), 1 Blatt (Zwischentitel), Seite 3 - 44, 1 Blatt, 2 (weiße) Blätter. Auf den Deckeln mit dekorativer Blindprägung versehener Pergamentband der Zeit, mit fünf durchgezogenen Pergamentstreifen geheftet und mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel. (13,5 x 8,5 cm, bzw. 12,6 x 7,3 cm; Buchblock: 3,4 cm) 12°. Pieters 150 auf S. 114 f. ("Bon. et Abr. en ont donné une autre édition en 1640, pet. in-12, de 4 ff. prélimin., 526 pp. de texte, 15 ff. d'index et 47 pp. pour le Libellus. Les Elsev. d'Amst., ont également imprimé et réimprimé ce livre en 1654, 1664 et 16672, avec le titre: G. Pasoris Manuale Novi Testamenti, auctum vocibus etc.; je décrirai ces éditions dans leur catalogue et pour celles de Leyde leur catal. offic. de 1644 cote le Manuale un fl. 5s de Holl. et le Libellus de accentibus séparément un flor. 2s."). Willems 407 ("Seconde édition elzevirienne. Voir ci-dessus le n° 300 [1628]."). Winterthur 792. Vergl. Brunet V, 1733. Goldsmid III, 13. Rahir 393. Berghman 60 ("Les éditions de 1634 et de 1640 sont augmentées d'un Index anomalorum nec non difficiliorum in Novo Testamento vocabulorum, de 29 pp. n. ch."). Copinger 3508. Broman 106 [das Wiens-Exemplar aus der Lengertz-Auktion]. Costabili 2128. Kraus 138 ("Second Elzevier edition of a Greek-Latin New Testament dictionary. The author (1570 - 1637). professor of theology at Herborn, was an expert on New Testament lexicography and grammar."). Vergl. Phiebig 121 [Bestandteil eines Konvolutes]. EHC 12.1634.Pas.00. Weddigen 087. Der Zwischentitel, des seinerzeit auch separat verkauften Anhanges über die griechischen Akzente im Neuen Testament lautet: "LIBELLVS DE Graecis Novi Testamenti ACCENTIBVS Editus à GEORGIO PASORE Graecarum litt. Professore in inclyta Academia Franekerana." Dekorativer Pergamentband der Zeit mit leichten Alters- und Gebrauchsspuren, etwas berieben, leicht angeschmutzt. Vorsätze und Schnitt etwas fleckig, innen recht sauber. Neben dem gestochenen Titel mit einigen Schmuckinitialen, auf den Seiten 3, 491 und 523 verso, dem ersten Index-Blatt, das fleuron mit dem Büffelkopf in der Variante Rahir 17, auf Seite 7 ein florales fleuron (Rahir 12). Auf Seite 490 die Vignette Rahir 90. Auf Seite 3 des angebundenen Werkes erneut Rahir 17, und als als dekorative Schlußvignette abermals Rahir 50 (Buch und Leidener Stadtwappen). Der Titel erschien erstmals 1628 und wurde anschließend mehrfach wieder aufgelegt. Georg Pasor lebte von 1570 bis 1637 und war ein deutscher Philologe, zunächst Professor für Hebräisch in Herborn, anschließend für griechische Literatur in Franeken in den Niederlanden. Provenienz: N.N., Weddigen Ein älterer handschriftlicher Besitzvermerk in Tinte auf dem gestochenen Titel gründlich gelöscht, handschriftlicher Eintrag in griechischen Buchstaben quer auf dem vorderen fliegenden Vorsatz, ein weiterer handschriftlicher Eintrag in Tinte auf dem ersten weißen Blatt recto. Das Exlibris Weddigens und seine handschriftlichen bibliographischen Angaben auf dem vorderen Innendeckel. * Bitte fordern Sie bei Interesse unsere umfangreichen Anmerkungen an. * * Versand mit/ shipping with Deutsche Post oder/ or DHL. - Ask for more pics ! * 2500 gr.

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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.

      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. Published as a separate piece by Durand & SchÅ"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.

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        Hercules Piochymicus. In quo penitissima, tum moralis philosophiae tum chymica artis arcana, laboribus Herculis, apud Antiquos tanquam velamine obscuro obruta deteguntur & obvia fiunt & clausa omnia philochyimicis reserantur.

      Toulouse, Pierre Bosc, 1634. ____ Première édition. Ce médecin de Castelnaudary, (1588-1658), auteur de nombreux ouvrages d'alchimie, soutient que les travaux d'Hercules sont des allégories contenant les arcanes de la philosophie hermétique. Michael Sendivogius faisait grand cas des écrits de P.J. Fabre. "In Hercules Piochymicus not only the twelve labors of Hercules are interpreted alchemically but also his begetting fifty sons from the fifty daughters of Thespius in a single night and his death from the poisoned robe of Nessus. The conclusion of the all work is an anathema to those who would have alchemy made perfectly plain to fools in words of one syllable, and a request that believers in transmutation await the appearance of his Panchymicus." Thorndike, History of magic & experimental science VII, 194. Marque d'imprimeur de Pierre Bosc sur le titre. Imprimé par Pierre d'Estey selon l'achevé d'imprimé. Rousseurs. *****. In-8. [170 x 108 mm] Collation : (16), 191 pp. Demi-basane brune, dos orné. (Reliure du XIXe.).

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