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        Thesaurus Arabico-Syro-Latinus.

      Rome, Propaganda Fide, 1636. - 2 parts in 1 volume. 8vo. With a woodcut medallion on the title-page showing Jesus and the Apostles, with an inscription around the rim, and decorations (including a factotum) built up from cast arabesque fleurons. Set in Arabic, Syriac, roman and italic types. [2 blank], [5], [1 blank], 447, [1 blank], [43], [5 blank]; "70" [= 66] pp. Early 19th-century tanned sheepskin (decorated in a so-called "tree marbled" pattern), sewn on 3 recessed cords, with a hollow back, gold-tooled spine with a label, woodblock-printed decorated endpapers in red and black. First and only edition of Obicini's Arabic, Syriac and Latin glossary, based on the 11th-century Arabic and Syriac glossary compiled by the East Syriac scholar, monk and priest Elija bar Shinaja (975-1046 or 1049) from Shenna in what is now northern Iraq, metropolitan of Nisibis from 1008. Shinaja's version is also known as "The book of the interpreter". The words are arranged by subject and set in three columns with, from right to left, Arabic, Syriac and Latin. It opens from the right, like an Arabic or Syriac book. The Index alphabeticus has its own title-page, pagination and series of signatures, but forms an appendix to the Thesaurus, providing an alphabetical index to the Latin words and phrases. Syriac is an eastern form of Aramaic, unrelated to the Arabic language spoken in modern Syria. Obicini (1585-1632), a Franciscan abbot who spent many years in Aleppo, taught Arabic at the St. Peter monastery in Rome. He died leaving his student Germanus de Silesia to see the Thesaurus through the press. It suffered from the lack of authorial oversight, with initial, medial and final forms misused and an occasional letter set upside down (according to Philologia Orientalis sometimes even whole words) and includes a long list of corrigenda. Pope Gregory XV established the Sacra Congregatio de Propaganda Fide in 1622 to promote the Catholic religion through missionary work. It set up its own printing office at Rome under Stefano Paolini in 1623, acquiring many of the non-Latin types used by the earlier Papal presses and having many new ones cut, some by Paolini himself and others by "il Tedesco", apparently Johann Hermanskircher. The great French punchcutter Robert Granjon cut the Arabic type used for the glossary words of the present book, making a specimen for presentation to the Pope in 1580, and Dominico Basa first used it in a book in a geographical treatise, Kitab al-Bustan (Rome, 1584/85). The Syriac and the Arabic used for headings (the latter nicely displayed in 12 lines on p. 123) are among the new types cut for the Propaganda Fide. A document of 1627 indicates that a "Chaldean" type had been recently purchased and was ready for use, no doubt the present Syriac, in the West Syriac serto style, which first appeared in a book in 1628. The new Arabic appears here for the first time. The collation in ICCU is incorrect and should read: [pi]4 A-2E8, 2E8 2F-2G8, A-D8 2E1. With an inscription on the back paste-down, probably contemporary with the binding: "Ad usum Fr. Jo. Pauli Brigherti Ord. Pred." With 4 quires badly browned and some others somewhat browned. Otherwise in good condition and with all three integral blank leaves. The binding has some worm holes in the boards and a couple small holes in the hinges, but is structurally sound. A pioneering work in the European study of the Arabic and Syriac languages. ICCU VEAE003127; Philologia orientalis 223 (and for Obicini 222); for the Arabic type: Vervliet, Palaeotypography (2008), pp. 450-451; for the Syriac type: Coakley, Typography of Syriac (2006), W13. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Aethiopia Inferior, vel Exterior

      Amsterdam: Willem Blaeu. unbound. Map. Copper plate engraving with hand coloring. Decorative title cartouche. Image measures 15" x 19.5". Sheet measures 20.75 x 24.5". Striking map of south Africa from Congo and Mozambique to the Cape of Good Hope. Dates to circa 1636. Part of Madagascar included. Identifies the mythical Mountains of the Moon or 'Lunae Montes'. The source of the Zambesi River (Zachaf Lacus) is also identified. The map includes beautiful illustrations of wildlife, including elephants and monkeys, four ships and a giant Sea Turtle. Title cartouche is engraved with images two figures with monkeys and turtles. One of the most famous mapmakers of his time, Blaeu (1571-1638) and his family worked out of Amsterdam. Full original margins. Minor aging to edges and a few scattered chips and tears.

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        Thesaurus Arabico-Syro-Latinus.

      Rome, Sac. Congreg. de Propaganda Fide, 1636. - 8vo. (6), 447, (22) pp. Woodcut printer's device to title page. Contemp. vellum. First edition of this Syriac glossary (rather than a thesaurus proper), arranged by subject rather than by alphabet: "Neque vero thesaurus est, sed verius nomenclator, non quidem ordine alphabetico, sed per materias dispositus. Verus auctor est Elias Barsinaeus, Metropolita Sobae seu Nisibis, undecimo saeculo clarus" (Schnurrer). - Edited by Tommaso Obicini da Novara (1585-1632), "one of the figures at the background of the Propaganda Press, abbot of the Franciscan convent at Aleppo from 1613-16 and 1619-20, and in 1620 elected Custode di Terra Santa e Commissario Apostolico per tutto l’Oriente. In 1621 he returned to Rome, and became the first lector of Arabic in the St. Peter Convent at Rome" (Smitskamp 222). - Evenly browned throughout due to paper. Title page shows stamp of the Franciscan Convent of St. Anthony in Breslau-Karlowitz. BM-STC 624. Smitskamp 223. Schnurrer 63. Fück 77. Zaunmüller 372. Vater/Jülg 24. Graesse V, 1. Ebert 14920. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Ioannis Seldeni . Mare clausum seu de dominio maris libri duo. Primo Mare ex iure naturae seu gentium omnium hominum non esse commune sed Dominii privati. Esse demonstratur. Secundo Serenissimum Magnae Britanniae regem maris circumflui . dominum esse asseritur. Accedunt Marci Zuerii Boxhornii Apologia pro navigationibus Hollandorum adversus Pontum Heuterum et Tractatus mutui commercii & navigationis inter Henricum VII. Regem Angliae & Philippum Archiducem Austriae

      Iuxta Exemplar Will. Stanesbeii pro Richardo Meighen, Londini 1636 - Piccole escoriazioni al dorso e al piatto anteriore con due piccole mancanze Frontespizio bicromatico rosso e nero capilettera ornati. A differenza della maggior parte delle copie le prime 24 pagine sono seguite dalle 61 invece che dalle 504. (24) + 61 + 504 con 2 tavv xilografiche n.t. raffiguranti carte geografiche dell'Inghilterra p. in-16 p.perg floscia coeva titolo manoscritto al dorso

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        Thesaurus Arabico-Syro-Latinus.

      Rome, Propaganda Fide, 1636.. 2 parts in 1 volume. 8vo. With a woodcut medallion on the title-page showing Jesus and the Apostles, with an inscription around the rim, and decorations (including a factotum) built up from cast arabesque fleurons. Set in Arabic, Syriac, roman and italic types. [2 blank], [5], [1 blank], 447, [1 blank], [43], [5 blank]; "70" [= 66] pp. Early 19th-century tanned sheepskin (decorated in a so-called "tree marbled" pattern), sewn on 3 recessed cords, with a hollow back, gold-tooled spine with a label, woodblock-printed decorated endpapers in red and black.. First and only edition of Obicini's Arabic, Syriac and Latin glossary, based on the 11th-century Arabic and Syriac glossary compiled by the East Syriac scholar, monk and priest Elija bar Shinaja (975-1046 or 1049) from Shenna in what is now northern Iraq, metropolitan of Nisibis from 1008. Shinaja's version is also known as "The book of the interpreter". The words are arranged by subject and set in three columns with, from right to left, Arabic, Syriac and Latin. It opens from the right, like an Arabic or Syriac book. The Index alphabeticus has its own title-page, pagination and series of signatures, but forms an appendix to the Thesaurus, providing an alphabetical index to the Latin words and phrases. Syriac is an eastern form of Aramaic, unrelated to the Arabic language spoken in modern Syria. Obicini (1585-1632), a Franciscan abbot who spent many years in Aleppo, taught Arabic at the St. Peter monastery in Rome. He died leaving his student Germanus de Silesia to see the Thesaurus through the press. It suffered from the lack of authorial oversight, with initial, medial and final forms misused and an occasional letter set upside down (according to Philologia Orientalis sometimes even whole words) and includes a long list of corrigenda. Pope Gregory XV established the Sacra Congregatio de Propaganda Fide in 1622 to promote the Catholic religion through missionary work. It set up its own printing office at Rome under Stefano Paolini in 1623, acquiring many of the non-Latin types used by the earlier Papal presses and having many new ones cut, some by Paolini himself and others by "il Tedesco", apparently Johann Hermanskircher. The great French punchcutter Robert Granjon cut the Arabic type used for the glossary words of the present book, making a specimen for presentation to the Pope in 1580, and Dominico Basa first used it in a book in a geographical treatise, Kitab al-Bustan (Rome, 1584/85). The Syriac and the Arabic used for headings (the latter nicely displayed in 12 lines on p. 123) are among the new types cut for the Propaganda Fide. A document of 1627 indicates that a "Chaldean" type had been recently purchased and was ready for use, no doubt the present Syriac, in the West Syriac serto style, which first appeared in a book in 1628. The new Arabic appears here for the first time. The collation in ICCU is incorrect and should read: [pi]4 A-2E8, ²2E8 2F-2G8, ²A-D8 2E1. With an inscription on the back paste-down, probably contemporary with the binding: "Ad usum Fr. Jo. Pauli Brigherti Ord. Pred." With 4 quires badly browned and some others somewhat browned. Otherwise in good condition and with all three integral blank leaves. The binding has some worm holes in the boards and a couple small holes in the hinges, but is structurally sound. A pioneering work in the European study of the Arabic and Syriac languages. - ICCU VEAE003127; Philologia orientalis 223 (and for Obicini 222); for the Arabic type: Vervliet, Palaeotypography (2008), pp. 450-451; for the Syriac type: Coakley, Typography of Syriac (2006), W13.

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        The Herball or General Historie of Plants (Gerard's Herbal) gathered by John Gerarde of London, Master in Chirurgerie, very much enlarged and amended by Thomas Johnson, Citizen and Apothecarye of London

      Adam Islip, Joice Norton and Richard Whitakers, London 1636 - The third edition of this great classic, printed in 1636, with 2,766 wood engravings. Corrected and enlarged by Thomas Johnson. Lacking the frontispiece, title page and part of the preliminaries, but the main text of 1630 pages is complete (carefully checked). The 28 pages of preliminaries present are "To the Well Affected Reader and Peruser of this Book, St Bredwell Physician, greeting" (2pp), George Baker's address to the reader (2pp), Gerard's Address to the reader (2pp), Thomas Johnson's address to the reader (13pp), Catalogue of Additions (8pp). The 1630 page main text is followed by one more page of illustrations and then 46 further pages comprising Latin index (13pp), Nominum Et Opinionum HAR (6pp), English Names (9pp), Appendix to the General Table (2pp), Table of British Names (2pp), Table of Vertues (13pp) and An Advertisement to the Reader (which replaces the errata in the first printing of the second edition. Later binding of brown leather boards with red leather spine in good, firm condition, with minor corner wear. The main text of 1630 is in good condition overall, with some light age-browning and minor staining to a relatively small number of pages. Some wear and neat repair to some blank margins, but only a very few words have been affected. Neat, old archive repairs to much of the preliminaries, chiefly to the blank margins. Also archive repairs to the last 16 leaves of index etc, chiefly to the blank margins, with some loss of text to the bottom corners of the Index of English names. Some browning of the Table of Vertues. In view of the faults listed the price of this rare book has been substantially reduced. A very heavy volume weighing some 4.5kg, which might require extra postage charges above the ABE base rate, according to destination and insurance required. See photographs attached. More photos available on request. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Comitatus Lageniae - The Countie of Leinster

      Amsterdam: Janssonius. Original Map with beautifully coloured cartouche and border-colours. Differing Mileage-scale shown in "Milliaria Hibernica" and "Milliaria Anglica" .. Amsterdam, Janssonius, 1636. Original, hand-coloured engraving. The engraving (the plate) itself 50 cm x 38.5 cm. Mounted: c. 69 cm x 58 cm Original Map with beautifully coloured cartouche and border-colours. Differing Mileage-scale shown in "Milliaria Hibernica" and "Milliaria Anglica" . Johannes Janssonius (1588, Arnhem ?- buried July 11, 1664, Amsterdam) (born Jan Janszoon, in English often incorrect Jan Jansson) was a Dutch cartographer and publisher who lived and worked in Amsterdam in the 17th century. Janssonius was born in Arnhem, the son of Jan Janszoon the Elder, a publisher and bookseller. In 1612 he married Elisabeth de Hondt, the daughter of Jodocus Hondius. He produced his first maps in 1616 of France and Italy. In 1623 Janssonius owned a bookstore in Frankfurt am Main, later also in Danzig, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Berlin, Königsberg, Geneva and Lyon. Elisabeth Hondius died in 1627 and he remarried one Elisabeth Carlier in 1629. In the 1630s he formed a partnership with his brother in law Henricus Hondius, and together they published atlases as Mercator/Hondius/Janssonius. Under the leadership of Janssonius the Hondius Atlas was steadily enlarged. Renamed Atlas Novus, it had three volumes in 1638, one fully dedicated to Italy. 1646 a fourth volume came out with "English County Maps", a year after a similar issue by Willem Blaeu. Janssonius' maps are similar to those of Blaeu, and he is often accused of copying from his rival, but many of his maps predate those of Blaeu and/or covered different regions. By 1660, at which point the atlas bore the appropriate name "Atlas Major", there were 11 volumes, containing the work of about a hundred credited authors and engravers. It included a description of "most of the cities of the world" (Townatlas), of the waterworld (Atlas Maritimus in 33 maps), and of the Ancient World (60 maps). The eleventh volume was the Atlas of the Heavens by Andreas Cellarius. Editions were printed in Dutch, Latin, French, and a few times in German. After Janssonius's death, the publishing company was continued by his son-in law, Johannes van Waesbergen. The London bookseller Moses Pitt attempted publication of the Atlas Major in English, but ran out of resources after the fourth volume in 1683. (Wikipedia)

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        Manvale philologicvm. Sive, Analecta Optimorum Authorum, in vsvm Illustrium Scholarum Belgicarum. Ex observatione Reineri Neuhusi, Sch. Harling. Rectoris. [Druckermarke] Amstelodami, Typis Ioan. Ianssonii. An. M.DC.XXXVI (Amsterdam, Johannes Jansson 1636).

      Amsterdam, Johannes Jansson 1636.. 12 Blätter (incl. Titel); 599 Seiten; 5 Blätter (Index). mit fünf durchgezogenen Pergamentbändern gehefteter Pergamentband der Zeit mit seitliche Schutzkanten, sowie späterem handschriftlichen Rückentitel. (12,9 x 8 cm) 12°.. OCLC 258324127. Recht selten, nicht im VD17, lt. KVK in Deutschland nur in Xanten, Erfurt, Halle, Jena und Dresden vorhanden, je ein weiteres in Gent (Belgien) und Vaasa (Finland). Der Einband mit leichten ALters- und Gebrauchsspuren, nur minimal berieben und kaum fleckig. Auf dem Rücken sehr schwach eine alte handschriftliche Bibliotheksnummer ("579.") zu erkennen. Fliegender Vor- und Nachsatz fehlt. Innen kaum gebräunt oder fleckig. Neben Reiner Neuhusius, mancherorts auch Reynier van Neuhaus genannt, arbeitete auch Edonus Neuhusius, sowie Georgius Pasor und Meinardus Schotanus an der Ausgabe mit. [Manuale philologicum. Sive, Analecta Optimorum Authorum, in usum Illustrium Scholarum Belgicarum] Anmerkungen zum Herausgeber: "Neuhusius, Reinerus (1608 - 1662) Datensatzkennung cnp00851524 Ansetzung Neuhusius, Reinerus [GyFmDB] Biographische Daten 1608-1662 Allgemeine Anmerkungen Rektor; Niederla?nd. Philologe Geografische Anmerkungen Niederlande Quellen Nachgewiesen in [WBIS] Werke Auriacus. - 1679 Divinatio sacra et profana, sive fatidicorum libris tres. - 1658 Epistolarum familiarium Centuriae Tres. - 1651 Epistolarum familiarium Centuriae quatuor novae. - 1678 Epistolarum familiarum liber primus. - 1639 Examen philologicum. - 1654 Fatida Sacra De recta Futuorum praesensione. - 1648 Florilegium philologicum. - 1658 Poemata iuvenilia. - 1644 Synopsis etymologica. - 1652 Thalia Alcmariana. - 1658 Namensvarianten Namensvarianten Neuhaus, Reiner Neuhaus, Reinier Neuhusius, Regnerus Neuhusius, Reiner Neuhusus, Reinerus" ex: CERL "NEUHUSIUS (Regnerus), geb. in 1608 te Leeuwarden, waar zijn vader Edo N. rector was, overl. te Alkmaar 1679 (begr. 28 Dec.). Aan de hoogeschool te Franeker oefende hij zich in de rechtsgeleerdheid en welsprekendheid, reisde vervolgens met Theodorus Saecma door Frankrijk, vertoefde in 1631 en 32 te Caen, ging van daar naar Saumur en was voornemens ook zuidelijk Frankrijk te bezoeken, maar zijn vader riep hem terug, waaraan hij schoorvoetend voldeed, omdat hij liever advocaat wilde zijn dan het hem te Harlingen opgedragen rectoraat te aanvaarden. Hij promoveerde daarna in zijn vaderland in de rechten. Toen in 1638 te Alkmaar de rector Guilielmus Tiberius Putaneus, door den tulpenhandel berooid en ongeschikt geworden, voor zijne betrekking bedankte om naar Oost-Indie te gaan, sloeg men het oog op N. en werden burgemeesteren 8 Juni gemachtigd hem aan te nemen. Boven vrije woning bedroeg de bezoldiging f 600. De beroepene voldeed zoozeer, dat hem reeds 21 Febr. 1640 eene verhooging van f 200 werd toegekend, waarbij 15 Aug. 1662 nogmaals f 100 kwam, toen N. te Leeuwarden meer voordeel was aangeboden, maar hij, mits eenig avancement, liever te Alkmaar bleef, waar hij toen 26 studenten van buiten in de kost had. Extra-voordeelen verschaften hem de opdrachten zijner gedichten aan de stadsregeering: in 1642 leverde het Tyrocinium Eloquentiae f 200, in 1645 de verovering van Hulst f 36, in 1646 de Comici Enucleati f 150 en eene gedrukte oratie f 36:10:-1, in 1649 de nieuwe uitgaaf van het Tyrocinium f 200, in 1654 eene oratie op den vrede met Engeland f 60 op. Behalve het rectoraat te Leeuwarden is N. ook dat te Delft, alsmede het professoraat te Franeker (April 1656) en dat te Harderwijk aangeboden; zulks getuigt van het groot aanzien 't welk hij van zijne tijdgenooten verworven had. Maar reeds Paquot velde een ongunstig oordeel over zijne gedichten en Hofman Peerlkamp oordeelde over zijn latijn niet beter. N. is driemaal gehuwd geweest: te Alkmaar komende had hij tot vrouw Boethia (Botje), dochter van kapitein Jean Gerckes d'Hoptille, begr. 22 Oct. 1650; 14 Febr. 1655 trad hij in ondertrouw met Odilia van de Nieustadt, begr. 12 Nov. 1658, en 12 April 1665 huwde hij Adriana Knijf, vermoedelijk dochter van ds. Johannes K. en Hillige Hendricksd. v. Angelen, begr. 27 Oct. 1676. Uit het eerste huwelijk werden geboren 3 dochters en 1 zoon, uit het laatste tweemaal een meisje, in het geboortejaar overleden. In 1655 droeg Anthonie Studler, heer van Bergen, het beschrijven zijner heerlijkheid aan N. op, wellicht om eene beschrijving te voegen bij de door J. Blaeu uitgegeven kaart Territorii Bergensis accuratissima descriptio. N. wordt genoemd als de verzamelaar der groote Chronijk van Holland, Zeeland en Friesland, uitgegeven door Pistorius. Van hem zijn verschenen in 12o: Poematum Juvenilium Liber primvs (Fran. 1634); Idem, Liber secvndvs (Fran. 1634); Idem, Libri tres (Amst. 1644); Manuale Philologicum, seu Analecta optimorum authorum, in usum Scholarum Belgicarum (Amst. 1636); Epistolarum familiarum Liber primvs. Cui addita est Oratio inauguralis de recte informanda Iuventute, et Oratio triumphalis de liberata ab Hispanorum tyrannide Alcmaria (Amst. 1639); Idem, Centuriae Tres. Cum libello posthumo Poematum & Epistolarum Cl. Viri, D. Edonis Neuhusi, Patris (Amst. 1651); Tyrocinium Eloquentiae, sive habitae Alcmariae orationes; cum Fasciculo Poematum et Epistolarum (Fran. 1642, Amst. 1648); ook als: Suada Alcmariana Sive Tyrocinium Eloquentiae continens Orationum Centuriam Habit. in Gymnasio Publico. Novissima Editio Auctior & Emendatior (Amst. 1656); Comici enucleati, sive Electa Plautina et Terentiana; cum veterum ac recentiorum notis, et indice Thesium Philologicarum in usum Juventutis (Amst. 1646); Electa Senecana et Sallustiana (Amst.); Synopsis Etymologica, sive de originibus linguae Latinae libellus cui respondit Examen Philologicum proxime edendum. Accessit ejusdem Centuria Epigrammatum ad amicos (Amst. 1652); Epistolarum familiarium Centuriae quatuor, novae (scilicet sexta, septima, octava et nona) (Amst. 1653 en 1678); Examen Philologicum in usum illustrium scholarum West-Frisiae. Cui accessit Erotematum libellus in Infantiam Imperii Romani sub septem regibus (Amst. 1654); In obitum Clar. et Doct. Viri Dr. Jani Erasmi L.A.M. Gymnasii Alcmariani Pro-Rectore (1658); Florilegium Philologicum; editio noviss. auctior (Amst. 1658); Thalia Alcmariana. Sive Poematum posteriorum liber (Amst. 1658); Idem, Editio secunda, altera parte auctior. Cum elogiis amicorum (Amst. 1661); Idem, Editio novissima libri tres (1678); Suadae Alcmarianae pars altera, & novissima. Continens Orationes quinquaginta, Habitas In auditorio Publico Illustriss. Gymnasii Alcmariani (Amst. 1660); Apparatus Eloquentiae, sive Electa class. Authorum (Amst. 1663); Miscellanea Frisica. Et Otia Academica Tom. II (Amst. 1669); Exercitatio Eloquentiae. Sive Suada Alcmariana novissima. Continens Orationes LXV. Cum Fasciculo Poematum (Amst. 1671); Auriacus, sive Suada Alcmariana novissima. In qua continentur Septennii proximi Bella Gallo-Belgica; Cum Fasciculo Epigrammatum ad Amicos (Amst. 1679). Naar de schilderij van Matthijs v.d. Berg is N.'s portret op 54-jarigen leeftijd (1662) gegraveerd in folio door P. Holsteyn en in 12o. door J. Suyderhoef. Het laatste komt, vreemd genoeg, reeds voor in het in 1660 verschenen tweede deel der Suada Alcmariana. Zie: J.J. de Gelder in Nijhoff's Bijdr. 3e reeks, V, 394-409; Bruinvis in Navorscher LIV (1904) 665, 666. Bruinvis" ex: Nieuw Nederlandsch Biografisch Woordenboek (NNBW) II, 984ff zum Drucker: "Janssonius, Johannes (1588 - 1665) Datensatzkennung cnp01472115 Ansetzung Janssonius, Johannes [BNF] [NeNKHB] [nukat] Jansson, Jan [GyFmDB] [GyGoGBV] [PlWaBN] Janssonius, Joannes [PlWaBN] Biographische Daten 1588-1664 Schaffensperiode 1613-1665 Geschlecht männlich Allgemeine Anmerkungen Uitgever van kaarten en atlassen te Amsterdam Devise(s) : Vivitur ingenio. - Semper immota Imprimeur-libraire ; imprimeur ordinaire de Sa Majeste de Suede ; libraire et imprimeur du Roi [de Suede] ; marchand de cartes. Originaire d'Arnhem. Gendre de Jodocus Hondius avec lequel il edite de nombreux atlas. Mort en 1664, des ed. paraissent encore sous son nom en 1665 Travaille en association avec son beau-frere Hendrik I Hondius de 1629 a 1644. Buchdrucker; Kartograph; Verleger. Drukarz i nak?adca, dzia?aj?cy w Amsterdamie (1613-1665), Sztokho...

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        Les familles de la France illustrées par les monumens des médailles ancienn EDITION ORIGINALE

      à Paris: Chez Jean Camusat, 1636. Fine. Chez Jean Camusat, à Paris 1636, Pet. in Folio (23x34cm), (4) 22p. (10) 245p. (11), relié. - First edition, rare, illustrated as a frontispiece allegorical, symbolic of a board of nine months of the year, and 44 plates containing 6 figures medals each. title page in red and black. Letter to Cardinal Richelieu. Full mottled brown sheepskin. Back to nerves decorated boxes; roulette tail and head. Jaws and split open, with small gaps leather along the upper joint. Caps threadbare. Corners bumped and bare. Old high margins pale in sheets after the title pages, then fading, producing a pale browning high margin. Wettings Yellow wetness in outer margin from page 210. Families of France originally appeared in France The metal in 1634 and was the third part of the book. Description medals in chronological order, each party to a corespondant dignity popes and cardinals, the king's counselors, guards seals, provost of the merchants, nobles and princes ... We'll see and scroll through all medals the big names that have made the history of France. --- 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, illustrée d'un titre-frontispice allégorique, d'une planche symbolique des neufs mois de l'année, et de 44 planches contenant 6 figures de médailles chacune. page de titre en rouge et noir. Epître au cardinal de Richelieu. Reliure en pleine basane brune marbrée. Dos à nerfs ornée de caissons ; roulette en queue et tête. Mors fendus et ouverts, avec petits manques de cuir le long du mors supérieur. Coiffes élimées. Coins émoussés et dénudés. Mouillures anciennes pâles en marges hautes des feuillets après les pages de titres, puis s'estompant, produisant une brunissure pâle en marge haute. Mouillure jaune en marge externe à partir de la page 210. Les familles de la France parurent originellement dans La France metallique en 1634 et constituaient la troisième partie de l'ouvrage. La description des médailles suit l'ordre chronologique, chaque partie corespondant à une dignité :les papes et cardinaux, les conseillers du roi, gardes des sceaux, prévots des marchands, grands seigneurs et Princes... On verra ainsi défiler dans les médailles tous les grands noms qui ont composé l'histoire de France.

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        Historiae urbis et regni hierosolymitani regum item siculorum et neapolita EDITION ORIGINALE

      Argentorati [Strasbourg]: Sumptibus Haeredum Lazari Zetzneri, 1636. Fine. Sumptibus Haeredum Lazari Zetzneri, Argentorati [Strasbourg] 1636, (1 front.) (1f. tit.) (2f. épit.) (2f. tab.) 1293pp. (41p. tab.), relié. - Edition adorned with a title frontispiece with several figures. Binding full vintage parchment (appears to have been cleaned). Smooth back with respect to the pen. Green slices. Lace fabric, perhaps added later. Foxing and browning. Small working towards the end of volume on the last page and child pages. Wormhole 2 sheets p. 547. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale ornée d'un titre-frontispice avec plusieurs figures. Reliure en plein parchemin d'époque (semble avoir été nettoyé). Dos lisse avec titre à la plume. Tranches vertes. Lacets en tissu, peut-être ajouté ultérieurement. Rousseurs et brunissures. Petit travail de vers en fin de volume sur le dernier feuillet et les pages de garde. Trou de ver sur 2 feuillets p. 547. Histoire des rois de Naples et de Sicile, comprenant les dynasties Normandes, Angevines, Espagnoles... par le juriste et philosophe Christoph Besold, originaire de Tubingen.

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        Cyprus Insula.':.

      - Kolorierter Kupferstich b. Henricus Hondius & Johannes Janssonius (Jansson) in Amsterdam, 1636, 38 x 50 van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. I, 8130:1B; Stylianou, The History of the Cartography of Cyprus, 116. - Zeigt die Mittelmeerinsel Zypern. - Unten rechts dekorative Titelkartusche. - Unten links Kartusche mit Meilenzeiger. - Die Karte mit Kompaßrosen, Segelschiffen. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Walachia Servia, Bulgaria, Romania. - Per Gerardum Mercatorem Cum privilegio':.

      - Kolorierter Kupferstich b. Henricus Hondius & Johannes Janssonius (Jansson) in Amsterdam, 1636, 34,5 x 47 van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. I, 7602:1.2. - 1. Ausgabe, 2. Zustand (jetzt mit veränderter Titelkartusche) - unsere Karte ohne Rückentext! (dieser Zustand nicht bei van der Krogt!) - Zeigt Südosteuropa mit der Walachei, östliche Teil von Siebenbürgen, Bulgarien, Serbien, Kosovo und Mazedonien. - Oben links Titelkartusche. - Unten rechts Kartusche mit Meilenzeiger. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Le Dix-Neuvième tome du Mercure François : ou, suite de l'Histoire de notre temps, sous le règne du très Chrétien Roy de France et de Navarre, Louis XIII

      Estienne Richer, Paris 1636 - Petit in-8. 924 pages. Reliure récente plein cuir. Trous de vers en marge de plusieurs pages, n'affectant pas le texte. Contient aux pages 771-802 la "Relation de ce qui s'est passé en la Nouvelle-France ou Canada" et aux pages 802-867 l' "Autre Relation du voyage du Sieur de Champlain en la Nouvelle-France ou Canada en l'an 1633". [Sur le Mercure François, voir Lande, 629]. Intéressante source d'époque sur les voyages de Champlain. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Candia cum Insulis aliquot circa Graeciam - Per Gerardum Mercatorem Cum Privilegio':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Gerard Mercator b. Henricus Hondius in Amsterdam, 1636, 34 x 48 Zacharakis, A Catalogue of printed Maps of Greece 1477-1800, 2214/1454; van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. I., 7900:1A.2. - 2. Zustand - (veränderte Platte! - jetzt mit 3 Segelschiffenim Mittelmeer sowie verkleinerte Meilenzeigerkartusche!) - mit lateinischem Rückentext (dieser Zustand nicht bei van der Krogt!) - Zeigt die griechische Insel Kreta; darüber Titelkartusche flankiert von 6 Insetkarten der Inseln Korfu, Zakynthos, Milos, Naxos, Santorini u. Karpathos. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Comitatus Lageniae - The Countie of Leinster.

      Amsterdam, Janssonius, 1636. Original, hand-coloured engraving. The engraving (the plate) itself 50 cm x 38.5 cm. Mounted: c. 69 cm x 58 cm Original Map with beautifully coloured cartouche and border-colours. Differing Mileage-scale shown in "Milliaria Hibernica" and "Milliaria Anglica" .

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        IULII CLARI ALEXANDRINI, OPERA OMNIA, DERECHO, LEYES, 1636

      Typis Alexandri Pernet., 1636 Colonia. 1636. Pergamino. 35X24. 14h+361p+178p+716p+50h. IULII CLARI ALEXANDRINI IURIS-CONSULTI, LONGE CLARISSIMMI PHILIPPI II. HISPANIARUM REGIS Supremi Consiliarii, ac Regentis dignissimi OPERA OMNIA, SIVE PRACTICA CIVILIS ATQUE CRIMINALIS : Cum doctissimis Additionibus Perillustrium Iurisconsultorum DD. Ioannis Baptistæ Baiardi, Parmensis, Bernardini Rossignoli, Medio Hier. Giacharii, Lugiensis, Ioan. Guiotii, Niuernensis, Antonii Drocchi e CASTRO LAURO. Hisque nouissime accesserunt Notæ & Animaduersiones Doctorum inter Germanos sublimium, DD. Ioan. Harprecti, et Manfredi Goveani. Harum plurimæ haud antea impressæ : omnes vero hac Editione in modum glossæ textui Iulii Clari adeo peraccomode per singularis quasque paginas adaptatæ, ut nihil facilius, utilius, nihil tam Iurisprudentiæ Studiosis. Leve polilla y humedad. Muy raro ejemplar. Ref 6.6 Biblioteca A.. 1ª Edición. Encuadernación de tapa blanda. Bien.

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        Historiae urbis et regni hierosolymitani, regum item siculorum et neapolitanorum

      Edition adorned with a title frontispiece with several figures.Binding full vintage parchment (appears to have been cleaned). Smooth back with respect to the pen. Green slices. Lace fabric, perhaps added later. Foxing and browning. Small working towards the end of volume on the last page and child pages. Wormhole 2 sheets p. 547. Sumptibus Haeredum Lazari Zetzneri Argentorati [Strasbourg] 1636 (1 front.) (1f. tit.) (2f. épit.) (2f. tab.) 1293pp. (41p. tab.) relié

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        Papeles Varios (Volumen facticio que contiene impresos y manuscritos referentes a la independencia de Cataluña. Siglo XVII) Mélanges politiques, administratifs, religieux, littéraires, etc. concernant l'Espagne aux 15e, 16e, 17e et 18e siècles.

      . . - . . . 1 Vol. . . Folio Menor. Tela Artesanal. Historia de España (Siglo XV, Siglo XVI, Siglo XVII, Siglo XVIII), Local España (Catalunya), Local España (Valencia) . Contenido: Volumen 2: 1.Crida y Capitols concernents la bona, y deguda administracio del pastim general, de que la magestat del Rey nostre senyor ha fet merce a la present ciutat de Valencia En Valencia, por Juan Batiste Marçal, 1636. 5 H. Escudo xilográfico con las armas de Valencia en portada. 2.Formula de como deven venir los certificatos de los Curas, o Escrivanos, para que los Eclesiasticos Regulares, ó Seculares, assi comunes, como particulares, puedan entrar francos los generos en Valencia. Sin fecha. 1 H. 3.El deseo regulado por el entendimiento regulador en un Principe bueno, desde los principios de su Reynado. Sin fecha. 4 H. 4.Resumen de los gastos, obligaciones, y provechos, que tienen los Padres de Pobres de la Parroquia del Señor San Pedro Apostol, de la Ciudad de Valencia, en el año de su Obrería Sin fecha. 2 H. 5.Resumen de los gastos, obligaciones, y provechos, que tienen los Obreros de las Almas de la Parroquia del Señor San Pedro Apostol, de la Ciudad de Valencia, en el año de su Obrería Sin fecha. 1 H. 6.Resumen de los gastos, obligaciones, y provechos, que tienen los Obreros de las Almas de la Parroquia del Señor San Pedro Apostol, de la Ciudad de Valencia, en el año de su Obrería Sin fecha. 1 H. 7.Resumen de los gastos, obligaciones, y provechos, que tienen los Obreros del SS Sacramento de la Parroquia del Señor San Pedro Apostol, de la Ciudad de Valencia, en el año de su Obrería Sin fecha. 2 H. 8.El Excelentiss. Señor Príncipe de Campoflorido, Governador, Capitan General de este Reyno de Valencia. Decreto sobre el tipo de cambio de la moneda castellana. Valencia, 1733. 1 H. 9.Ave María. Mission que en virtud de bulas apostolicas, y con licencia del Excmo. Señor D. Luis de Salcedo y Azcona, Arzobispo de Sevilla. Sin fecha. 1 H. 10.Respuesta que el Governador Ciudad, y Nobleza de Segovia dá, a la instruccion de capitulaciones tocantes à la entrega, y rendicion de la Fortaleza del Alcazar. Remitida por el Capitan Commandante. Don Diego de Varros Castelblanco Segovia, 1706. 3 H. 11.Reflexiones históricas Manuscrito sin firmar. Se basa en los trabajos de Tito Livio, Herodoto y su relación con las políticas de los Reyes de Aragón. 3 H. 12.Jubileo Universal, concedido por nuestro muy Santo Padre, y Señor Clemente Papa XII. para implorar el Divino Auxilio en el principio de su Pontificado, para el acertado govierno de la Santa Iglesia Catholica. Sin fecha. 1 H. plegada. 13.Nos Don Bartholome Camacho Madueño. Por la Divina Providencia Papa XII por su breve. Tortosa, 1730. 1 H. plegada. 14.Proposicio feta per los molt illustres senyors deputats del General de Cathalunya a la junta de Brassos tinguda a 10 de Setembre 1640. 1640. 14 H. 15.Estrivillo. Coplas 1 H. Texto orlado e ilustrado con un escudo grabado con la figura del cordero pascual. 16.Ave María. Affectos de un pecador agradecido por el Beneficio de la Justificación en el exemplar de Sta. Maria Magdalena. Oratorio en dos partes. Manuscrito, 6 H. 17.Señor. Las Villas de la Hoya de Castalla, que son Castalla, Biar, Onil, Ibi y Tibi; y las de Petrel, Monnobar, y Bañeras. Dizen: que en las Turbaciones de aquél Reyno desde que los enemigos ocuparon à Denia. Petición del Reino de Valencia a la Corona de España (Guerra de la Sucesión). 2 H. 18.Señor. Mosen Joseph Llopiz, Veneficiado de Peñiscola. Petición al Rey en favor del firmante (Guerra de la Sucesión). 2 H. 19.Illustmo. Señor. El viernes 27 de octubre nos participó el Señor Dean Petición al Cabildo de Sevilla y respuesta del mismo por Pedro Francisco Levanto. Sevilla, 1690. 4 H. 20.Don Antonio Joseph de Mendoza Caamaño. señor de las Quebradas. Maestre de Campo de esta Ciudad de Sevilla. Transcripción de un bando real sobre reclutamiento de levas. Sevilla, 1709. 1 H. plegada. Falta una esquina con afección a texto. 21.Don Antonio Joseph de Mendoz

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        Mare Clausem seu de Dominio Maris Libri Duo [with] Boxhorn, Apologia Pro navigationibus Hollandorum [with] Tractatus Mutui Commercii & navigationis inter Henricum VII [Intercursus Magnus of 1496] [etc.]. S.T.C. 22176; Ter Meulen et Diermanse 57

      Iuxta Exemplar Will. Stanesbeii pro Richardo Meighen [false], London [Amsterdam?] 1636 - Modern calf, light browning, else a very good copy; two engraved maps, two full page woodcuts and other illustrations, the Taussig copy An early edition of Selden's signal contribution to international law, for which he became known as the "English Grotius"; the import of this edition was proscribed by Royal proclamation, the two appended works conflicting with Selden's thesis

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        Mare Clausem seu de Dominio Maris Libri Duo [with] Boxhorn, Apologia Pro navigationibus Hollandorum [with] Tractatus Mutui Commercii & navigationis inter Henricum VII [Intercursus Magnus of 1496] [etc ] S T C 22176; Ter Meulen et Diermanse 57

      London [Amsterdam?]: Iuxta Exemplar Will. Stanesbeii pro Richardo Meighen [false], 1636. Modern calf, light browning, else a very good copy; two engraved maps, two full page woodcuts and other illustrations, the Taussig copy An early edition of Selden's signal contribution to international law, for which he became known as the "English Grotius"; the import of this edition was proscribed by Royal proclamation, the two appended works conflicting with Selden's thesis

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        Law; or A Discourse thereof, in foure books written in French by Sir Henry Finch Knight, his Maiesties Serieant at Law And done into English by the same author

      London: John More, 1636. Second Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. 19th c. half calf boards rebacked and recornered, bound a touch tight, title and first few pages browned at the edges, lacking the front and rear blanks, but otherwise complete. (6), 504, (14)pp. Printed in black letter and Roman typefaces. Though his association with over-zealous Protestants dampened his success, Law; or a Discourse Thereof (originally worked out in French in 1613) was an influential and much reprinted overview of English common law. Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Law & Criminal Studies; Inventory No: 045218.

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        The Herball or Generall Historie of Plantes. Gathered by John Gerarde of London, Master in Chirurgerie. Very much Enlarged and Amended by Thomas Johnson Citizen and Apothecarye of London

      Printed by Adam Islip, Joice Norton and Richard Whitakers, London 1636 - (13 3/8 x 8 3/4 inches). Engraved title by Payne with decorative surround incorporating a portrait of the author, over 2700 woodcut illustrations, various decorative initials, occasional woodcut head or tailpieces. Early owner's lengthy inscription on front endpaper. Contemporary calf, rebacked, spine with raised bands in seven compartments, black morocco lettering piece in the second Provenance: Gervas Holmes (armorial bookplate) The third [second Johnson] edition of Gerard's Herbal: a significant work for its vast collection of botanical illustrations, which remained the standard English reference for over two centuries. Gerard was superintendent of the gardens of William Cecil, Lord Burghley, one of the most influential members of the court of Elizabeth I. In addition to his work for Lord Burghley, Gerard also raised many exotic plants in his own gardens and travelled extensively in search of new specimens. The first edition of the present work, published in 1597, was much praised for the elegance of the descriptions, but Johnson's re-editing of the work after Gerard's death undoubtedly greatly improved the accuracy and breadth of the original work. "Johnson's Gerard", with over 2700 woodcuts, is almost half as long again as the first edition. Johnson was commissioned by the publishers to produce this amended and enlarged edition at short notice in order to forestall Parkinson's Theatrum Botanicum , which was believed to be imminent, (it finally appeared in 1640), and he complains bitterly in his preface that he "was forced to performe this task within the compasse of a yeare." Almost all of the woodcuts were from a different source from Gerard's (mostly from Plantin's stock) but some of the figures Johnson drew himself, notably the famous bunch of bananas on page 1516. This had been to given him on 10th April 1633 by Dr. Argent, President of the College of Physicians of London, who had received it from Bermuda. Johnson's drawing is the first illustration of bananas to be published in England. Having drawn and described them, he says, the stalke with the fruit thereon I hanged up in my shop, where it became ripe about the beginning of May, and lasted until June . it did eate somewhat like a Muske-Melon." The shop was in Snow Hill, in the City, and it must have been there also that John Payne studied this unknown fruit before incorporating it into his engraved title-page. Cf. Bradley I, p.283; Henrey 156; Hunt 230; Nissen BBI 698; STC 11752. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Kst.- Karte, v. S. Rogier u. E.S. Hamersveldt n. U. Emminus b. Janssonius und John Johnson, "Typus Frisiae orientalis".

      . mit altem Grenzkolorit,, 1636, 37,5 x 49,5. Seltene englische Ausgabe. Koemann Me 041 A ( 1. engl. Ausgabe) - Mit dek. Titelkartusche links unten, Windrose, Segelschiffen und zwei großen Wappen. Rechts unten kleine Nebenkarte der Umgebung v. Emden und Darstellung der Flut im Jahr 1277.

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        Nova Anglia Nova Belgium et Virginia

      Amsterdam 1636 - Double page copper engraved map. Original color.53x45 cms.Latin text at the back.Fine condition. Cartouche, scales and compass roses.The map shows the Eastern american coast with Long island, Cheasapeake Bay.New York still named N. Amsterdam. Jansson based his map upon the De Laet previous map published in 1630, which was the first map where the names Manhattan, N, Amsterdam and Massachussets appeared fro the first time.This is an important source map for the topographical information of the region. Ref: Burden 247. state 1

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        Mappa Aestivarum insularum alias Bermuda

      Amsterdam 1636 - Double page engraved map. Original colour.53x45 cms.Latin text at the back.Slight browning along central fold. A good copy of this important map based of Norwood´s survey map(published by John Speed 1627).Sir George Sommers and his crew wrecked off at Bermuda in 1609 and established there, taking control of the island and dividing into tribes and lots(later parishes) The map gives the names of the first proprietors and shares assigned to each one. The island was later under the control of the Virginia Company. A fine example of this highly decorative map

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        IULII CLARI ALEXANDRINI, OPERA OMNIA, DERECHO, LEYES, 1636

      Typis Alexandri Pernet. 1636 - Colonia. 1636. Pergamino. 35X24. 14h+361p+178p+716p+50h. IULII CLARI ALEXANDRINI IURIS-CONSULTI, LONGE CLARISSIMMI PHILIPPI II. HISPANIARUM REGIS Supremi Consiliarii, ac Regentis dignissimi OPERA OMNIA, SIVE PRACTICA CIVILIS ATQUE CRIMINALIS : Cum doctissimis Additionibus Perillustrium Iurisconsultorum DD. Ioannis Baptistæ Baiardi, Parmensis, Bernardini Rossignoli, Medio Hier. Giacharii, Lugiensis, Ioan. Guiotii, Niuernensis, Antonii Drocchi e CASTRO LAURO. Hisque nouissime accesserunt Notæ & Animaduersiones Doctorum inter Germanos sublimium, DD. Ioan. Harprecti, et Manfredi Goveani. Harum plurimæ haud antea impressæ : omnes vero hac Editione in modum glossæ textui Iulii Clari adeo peraccomode per singularis quasque paginas adaptatæ, ut nihil facilius, utilius, nihil tam Iurisprudentiæ Studiosis. Leve polilla y humedad. Muy raro ejemplar. Ref 6.6 Biblioteca A. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Urkunde mit eigenh. U.

      Regensburg, 13. IX. 1636.. Kalligraphische Ukrunde auf Pergament. 42 SS. Mit halbseitiger Wappenmalerei (134:135 mm) in in Gold, Silber und Farben. In rotem Samtband. Gr.-4to.. Adels- und Wappenbrief für den brandenburgischen Kammergerichtsrat und Konsistoriumspräsidenten Petrus Fritze und seine Brüder Joachim und Christoph. Petrus Fritze habe sich 1628 "bey denen zwischen Unserer Armada und der Statt Stralsund fürgangenen Friedenstractaten, und dann auf den alhie zue Regenpurg ietzo angesatzten Collegial und wahlTag" verdient gemacht. - Die Wappenmalerei leicht oxydiert, der Einband etwas wurmstichig und berieben; ohne Siegel.

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        The Herball or Generall Historie of Plantes ? very much enlarged and amended by Thomas Johnson

      London: Adam Islip, Joice Norton and Richard Whitakers, 1636. Third edition. Engraved title by John Payne, over 2700 woodcut illustrations to text. [38], 1630 [i.e, 1634], [48] pp. (lacking initial and final blank as usual). Folio. Later boards, rebacked in half calf, text toned with some light dampstaining. The revised and enlarged third edition, the second by Thomas Johnson, which corrects many of Gerard's errors and ads 800 new species and 700 woodcuts. The most complete edition.

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        Deliciae physico-mathematicae. Oder Mathemat. und Philosophische Erquickstunden, darinnen Sechshundert dreyund Sechzig, Schöne, Liebliche und Annehmliche Kunststücklein, Auffgaben und Fragen, auß der Rechenkunst, Landtmessen, Perspectiv, Naturkündigung, und andern Wissenschafften genom(m)en, begriffen seindt.

      Nürnberg, Jeremias Dümler, 1636.. 6 Bl., 574 S. Mit gestochenem Titel und zahlreichen Textholzschnitten. 4° (19,2 x 16 cm). Pergament der Zeit.. Erste Ausgabe. - Das bekannteste Werk des Altdorfer Orientalisten und Mathematikers Schwenter (1585-1636), erschien erst kurz nach seinem Tod und wurde in späteren Auflagen von Georg Philipp Harsdörfer um zwei Bände erweitert. "Schwenters 'Erquickstunden' sind eine Fundgrube nicht nur für die Mathematik, sondern auch für die Naturwissenschaften und verwandte Disziplinen. Das Werk besteht aus 16 Teilen, die folgende Gebiete betreffen: Arithmetik, Geometrie, Stereometrie, Musik, Optik, Katoptrik, Astronomie/Astrologie, Uhren und Magnet, Waage und Gewicht, Bewegung, Feuer und Hitze, Luft und Wind, Wasser, Schreibkunst, Bau- und mechanische Künste, Chemie und andere Künste" (Folkerts). - Etwas gebräunt und leicht fleckig, die zweite Hälfte in der oberen Ecke etwas wasserrandig, ein Blatt (S. 81/82) mit Papierschaden in der unteren Ecke (geringer Buchstabenverlust), ein Blatt (S. 239/240) mit Wachsflecken oben, Innengelenke aufgeplatzt, die beiden Schlußblätter im Bund eingerissen. Einband angestaubt und fleckig, Vorderdeckel mit alten Federproben und schmaler Kratzspur. *VD17 12:196878Q (eine von drei Druckvarianten). Dünnhaupt 2.I.1. Folkerts, Maß, Zahl und Gewicht, 14.10. Libri rari 253.

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        Greece. "????s. Graecia Sophiani

      Greece: A Paris " "Chez N Langlois rue Saint Jaques àla Victoire" c1640-60. Copper engraved map of Greece after Ortelius by Henri Le Roy. Original outline colour; verso blank. Decorative title cartouche and scale. The map by Henri Le Roy seems to have first been published by Michel Van Lochom in 1636 and then by J Boisseau in 1643 in his " Tresor des Cartes Géographiques". Thereafter the plate seems to have passed through a number of hands including that of Pierre Mariette who was stepfather to Nicolas Langlois the present publisher. Dark impression; signs of former framing, leading to toning and tape to edges on verso; dampstain to lower margin; centrefold split, due to removal of guard, repaired to verso. Henri Le Roy (1579-1652) was a Parisian engraver. Little is known about Le Roy, however the British Museum have a set of plates by him depicting insects "Le Jardin de Sauterelles et Papillons," France, c1650 which they believe were intended to serve as a pattern for craftsmen working in the decorative arts such as embroidery or metalwork. The Victoria and Albert Museum also have a further series of engravings" this series of seven frieze designs, which could have been put to use as designs for architectural ornaments, textiles or other objects" Both of these fit with the publisher Michel van Lochom "Graveur et Imprimaeur du Roy" who published a number of works on design and ornamentation and may well have asked Le Roy an engraver known to him to copy Ortelius map as interest increased in cartography in France. "The practice of plagiarizing prints or maps seems to have been common in the seventeenth century,and it does not seem to have been dishonorable: consider, for example, the copies of Dutch maps from the Nether- lands (of Artois and Boulonnaise, Hainaut and Cambrésis, Luxembourg, and Savoy) signed by Pierre Duval, the nephew of Nicolas I Sanson d'Abbeville, in 1646 and published by Pierre I Mariette." [Pastoureau",Les Atlas Français" ,pp497?"500."] Langlois, François (1588-1647) French. was a painter, publisher-printseller,and bookseller who lived on rue Saint-Jacques "AuxColonnes d'Hercules." his widow married Pierre Mariette II in 1655. In 1637, only 5 percent of his stoc kconsisted of topographical plates or blocks. The rest was composed of ornamental engravings In 1644, he bought part of Tavernier's stock. In 1655, eight years after Langlois's death, his son Nicolas I Langlois distributed the maps of French geographers, such as Tassin, Sanson,and Duval, as well as those of foreign cartographers, suchas Nicolaas Visscher and Vincenzo Coronelli. His own son was another Nicolas (c.1670-1707) who took over his father's shop in 1703. [see "The History of Cartography." vol 3, part 2,chapter 53 "Publishing and the Map Trade in France, 1470 ?"1670' by Catherine Hofmann] This edition not in Zacharakis [ Zacharakis; 2019/1344, 2020/1345, 2021/1346 and 451/274 variants] Greece Continental Greece Graecia Sophiani Ortelius

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        LINGUARUM Orientalium Hebraicae, Rabinicae, Samaritanae, Syriacae, Graecae, Arabicae, Turcicae, Armenicae, Alphabetae.

      Parisiis, apud Antonium Vitray, 1636. - 254 pages + 2 pages non chiffrées (manque les pages 1 à 4) (14x19cm). Couverture souple ancienne. Petits déchirures dans les marges et au dos (avec manques de papier). Feuillets écornés. Mouillures. Papier légèrement bruni. Rousseurs. Edition Originale rare. Caractères en plusieurs langues. Le livre se lit de droite à gauche. Alphabet des langues orientales.

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        Virginum Sacrarum Monimenta In Principum Wirtenbergicorum Ergastulo Litterario Iustâ Annorum Centuriâ, Injustâ Detenta Captivitate, Tandem Superis Faventibus, A. C. MDCXXXIV Ser[enissi]mi Hungariae, Bohemiaeq[ue] Regis, Ferdinandi III. &c. Victrici Erepta Manu, Praeunte Perbrevi Contentorum Omnium Compendio, Juridicis, Aliisq[ue] Prout Rerum Varietas Exigebat, Stipata Notationibus, In Lucem Prodeunt ; Orbi Universo

      Philbertum Brunn - Tubingæ [ Turbingen ] 1636. Full Vellum, VG. [tp]+568pp, with initial & last blanks, Printed in Fraktur & latin script, some yellowing to the paper, Vellum soiled uniformly with the spine a gray colour & with a small split at the base of the upper hinge, ties detached & missing, internally a nice copy save for the yellowing of the paper. Interesting printing of a Document which alleges that the Monastic Lands belonging to the Dukes of Würtemburg were to have reverted to the Roman Catholic Church. Besold came by the document during the upheaval of the Thirty Years War and had it printed at a time when the Duke was in exile. Upon the Duke's restoration the book was vigourously suppressed. Christoph Besold [ 1577 - 1638 ] born of Protestant parents he converted to Catholicism in 1635. A Jurist & Lawyer 'His publication of three volumes of documents from the Stuttgart archives gave offence because their contents tended to prove that the immediate dependency of the Würtemberg monasteries on the Empire (Reichsunmittelbarkeit) implied for the local dukes the obligation of restoring the confiscated religious property. His writings are important for the history of the causes of the Thirty Years War.' [ Catholic Encyclopaedia ]

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        Io.Bernardini Fidati e Societate Iesu Tabula Sinum Rectorum & versorum in partibus sinus totius 10000000

      Facciotti 1636 FIDATI Giovanni Bernardino. Io.Bernardini Fidati e Societate Iesu Tabula Sinum Rectorum & versorum in partibus sinus totius 10000000, Unà cum Isagoge ad Architectionicam Militarem & Horologiorum descriptionem accommodata. Libellus Primus. Romae, typis Iacobi Facciotti, 1636. In 16mo (cm.15x10); cc. 50n.nn., pp.32, 1 con errata. 8 tavole di cui 4 spieghevoli. Pergamena posteriore, titolo calligrafato al dorso. Prima ed unica edizione sconosciuta a Marini e D?Ayala. Riccardi I, 455 con errore nella data di edizione ed omette numero delle tavole. Opera rara. Brunit.

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        Fontigraphia oder Brunnen Beschreibung deß Miraculosen Heilbronnens bey Benedictbeuren / beschriben durch Malachiam Geiger Cur Fürstl. Haubstatt Münichen Medicum Physicum Ordinarium.,

      Ohne Ort und Verlag, 1636 - 11 Blatt, 137 Seiten. Mit Kupfertitel. *Erste Ausgabe. VD17 12:188983U (laut VD 17 gab es noch eine Parallelausgabe mit leicht variiertem Titelwortlaut). - Seltene Beschreibung des Brunnens von Benediktbeuren (Nähe Bad Tölz). Über die Geschichte des Brunnens, seine Eigenschaften sowie von Gebrauch und von den Heilwirkungen dieses Wassers. - An den Rändern teils stärker gebräunt, insgesamt ordentlich. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 400 Pergament der Zeit, dreiseitiger Goldschnitt (Einband etwas altersfleckig). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        DELL'ARTE HISTORICA DI AGOSTINO MASCARDI. Trattati cinque. Coi Sommarii di tutta l'Opera estratti dal Sig. Girolamo Marcucci, e coi Privilegi di S.Santità, e d'altri Principi.

      Appresso Giacomo Facciotti 1636 Prima edizione, dedicata a Francesco Brignole. Cm.23,7x16,2. Pg.(12), 676, (32). Sobria legatura in piena pergamena rigida. Tassello con titoli in oro al dorso a cinque nervature. Tagli bruniti su tonalità bluastra. Doppio frontespizio, il primo, assai decorativo, calcografico: su un cippo lapideo, ove sono indicati i titoli ed i dati editoriali, San Giorgio uccide il drago, in una plastica immagine liberamente tratta da un dipinto di Hans Von Aachen. Sullo sfondo una veduta prospettica del porto di Genova, tra il faro di San Benigno e la punta di Sampierdarena. Al secondo frontespizio e al colophon all'ultima carta marca tipografica con la Speranza assisa che tiene in mano un'ancora. In nastro il motto "In te domine speravi non confundar in aeternum". Capilettera ornati ed alcuni cartigli incisi. Leggere fisiologiche bruniture, ma eccellente esemplare, con margini inusuali per una edizione seicentesca. Ex libris nobiliare all'antiporta. L'opera principale, in edizione originale, dello storico ligure Agostino Mascardi (Sarzana, 1591 - 1640), rispettivamente figlio e nipote dei giureconsulti Alderano e Giuseppe. Mascardi fu Cameriere d'onore di Papa Urbano VIII, e tenne la cattedra di retorica nel Collegio Romano, e passò alle cronache del tempo per una non celata dedizione ai piaceri mondani. Il presente costituisce un importante trattato, in cui l'Autore fornisce i prodromi per una corretta ricerca storiografica, basandosi dichiaratamente sulla "Poetica" di Aristotele, rinvenuta nel secolo precedente. Belloni definì il Mascardi "il primo teorico della storiografia moderna".

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        Orbis Phaëton.Pars Secunda. Mit 8 Kupfern von R. Sadeler

      Monachii: Apud Cornelium Leysserium 1636 - PGMt.der Zeit, [10], 507 S., [1], 24°. Einband fast unbeschädigt, minimal beschmutzt u. berieben. Besitzeranmerkung auf Titel. Seiten stellenweise minimal altersgebräunt oder -fleckig, sonst sehr gut erhaltenes Exemplar. * Our books are stored in our warehouse, not in the shop. If you want to visit us and see a specific book, please notify us in advance. Unsere Bücher werden nicht in unserem Geschäft, sondern in einem Lager am Stadtrand Prags verwahrt. Bitte teilen Sie uns vorher mit, wenn Sie uns besuchen und ein bestimmtes Buch ansehen wollen. * Book Language/s: la

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        Manuscript - Nomogram & Sundial w/Drawings

      London, 1636. London, circa 1636-37. Exceedingly scarce manuscript on the complex science of dialling, dating to the great age of the European sundial, in which astronomer and mathematician Samuel Foster, distinguished Professor of astronomy at Gresham College, describes the construction and use of an Analemmatic sundial, a vertical sundial, and a declining sundial, for the purpose of keeping time. 8vo. approximately 15 x 18 cm, 12 pages on four double leafs, laid watermarked paper. Slight aging to extremities, otherwise in very good condition, beautifully preserved, a significant work. Foster's manuscript writings are exceedingly rare with the latest manuscript appearing at Sotheby's Macclesfield sale in 2004. By applying an instrument invented by the writer himself, and having established the scientific rules of dialling, Foster proceeds to instruct his appetent audience on the methods of constructing various types of sundials as precise time telling devices. A prominent subject at the time, Foster refers to previous lectures and concludes with a remark which reveals that his pioneering studies were still underway, as such aiding in dating the work. The mathematical construction employed by Foster was the nomogram, a calculating device consisting of a circle divided in two, with one quantity on one semi-circular arc, a second quantity on the other semi-circle, and a third along the diameter splitting the two, as illustrated herein. By placing a ruler across the circle, the required mathematical relationship will be ascertained by the three points it crosses. The device was likely made by esteemed instrument maker Anthony Thompson, also based at Gresham College, whom provided Foster with quadrants and other instruments built to Foster's designs. Interestingly, some authorities date the development of nomograms to 1905, attributing it to J. Clark, nearly three centuries after Samuel Foster's work. Four of Foster's treatises on dialling are bound in an eclectic volume of tracts by numerous authors which is held in the Emmanuel College library. This manuscript relates to Samuel Foster's most important invention, a computational device known as a dialling scale, and precedes the publication of his second and most significant book, as follows: In 1638 Foster wrote "The Art of Dialling; by a New, Easie, and Most Speedy Way... how to describe the Houre-lines upon all sorts of Plaines, Howsoever, or in what Latitude soever Situated..." which was printed in London by I. Dawson for F. Eglesfield (sold at the signe of the Marigold in Pauls Church-yard). This work described the construction of horizontal, vertical and inclining sundials using his dialing scale, the first circular nomogram. In his appendix, "shewing a ready way to find out the latitude of any place the Sunne... By the Meridian Altitude, and declination of the sun had; how to find the Latitude of the place, or the elevation of the Pole above the horizon", Foster recommended observing the altitude of the Sun above the horizon at mid-day (i.e. its highest point), and supplied a table of correction factors for the Sun's position along the ecliptic on every day of the year. He concluded the appendix with a worked example. (Finding the latitude of your location is vital in order to align the gnomon of a sundial correctly and so use the sundial to tell the time accurately.). Very Good.

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        Hibernia Regnum vulgo Ireland. Amstelodami, Apud Ioannem Ianssonium

      Amsterdam, um 1636. 38,8 : 50,2 cm.. Van der Krogt, P.: Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, 5900:1B. - Original alt handkolorierte Kupferstich-Karte von Irland von J. Janssonius. Dekorative Titelkartusche mit der irischen Harfe und königlichem Wappen. Mit den Küsten von Wales, Nordwest-England und Südwest-Schottland. Mit Schiffen, Meeresungeheuern und einem Meilenzeiger von Putten gehalten. Rückseitig französischer Text. - Mittelfalte im unteren und oberen Bereich hinterlegt. Etwas braunfleckig. Sehr gute Erhaltung. - Original old hand coloured map of Ireland by J. Janssonius. One of the most beautiful maps of Ireland. Decorative title cartouche with the Irish harp and Royal arms above. Showing the coasts of Wales, north west England, and south west Scotland. With ships, seamonsters and a mileage scale held by putti. French text on verso. - Centrefold in lower and upper part backed. A few minor brown spots. Very good condition.

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        D'oude Chronijcke ende Historien van Holland (met West-Vriesland) van Zeeland ende van Utrecht. Van nieus oversien, vermeerdert, verbetert ende verciert met eenige Geslacht-registeren ende Genealogien der voornaemster Edelen, midtsgaders Steden, Dorpen, Heeren-Huysen, ende andere beschryvinghen van Hollandt: Voor desen noyt alsoo ghedruckt gheweest. Beginnende vanden Jare onses Heeren 449. tot dit teghenwoordigh Jaer 1636.

      's Gravenhage; 1636 - ; Hillebrant van Wouw. Twee delen in één band. Gegraveerde titelpagina en 39 tekstillustraties (1 kaartje, 3 van wapentuig en 35 van graven en gravinnen). Folio (32x21 cm). Rug origineel halfleer met ribben; (latere) gemarmerde platten. (16), 626, (12), 391 p.* Onderzijde kneep aan één kant los (ca. 5 cm). Eerste 150 p. met enkele wormgaatjes vnl. in de marge. Gemarmerde platten met slijtageplekke aan de randen. Hier en daar enige vochtvlekken vnl. in de marge. Over het geheel genomen een aantrekkelijk exemplaar!

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        Mappa Aestivarvm Insularum, alias Barmudas.

      Amsterdam 1636 - Fine original color; excellent condition; elegantly framed. A beautiful example of this classic Dutch map of Bermuda. As were most 17th century maps of Bermuda, Hondius¿ was based on Richard Norwood¿s 1618 chart, executed in behalf of the Bermuda Company. The map thus includes the parishes and tribes allotted to the company¿s principal members with their names included, most of which survive in one form or another to this day. The map vividly illustrates how hazardous the coastline of Bermuda was and is to shipping by the almost unbroken ring of crosses signifying wrecks surrounding the island. The engraving actually includes two maps of Bermuda of different scales. Nestled within the hook of the island is another, smaller depiction of Bermuda, placed there to show its position and size relative to Cape Cod, Nova Scotia and Virginia. (Roanoke, Cape Henry and Cape Charles are all named). This design proved confusing to some later copiers, who dispensed with the mainland in their renditions while mistakenly retaining the smaller ¿Bermuda,¿ thereby transforming it into a small island off the coast of Bermuda. Palmer, MCS No. 19, map no. 8.

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        Lucii Annaei Flori rerum Romanarum. Editio nova, accurante Ioanne Freinshemio. In qua quid praestitum sit, aversa pagina docebit [bound with] Dissertatiuncula de calidae potu

      Argentorati. : Sumptibus heredum Lazari Zetzneri., anno M. DC. XXXVI., 1636, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, New EditionGood copy bound in later (19th century?) leather-backed marbled boards. Gilt-blocked leather label to spine, with gilt cross bands. Spine bands and panel edges somewhat dulled and rubbed as with age. Pages are considerably foxed and dust-toned. Page edges blue/specked. Remains quite well-preserved overall. Further scans, images etc. and additional bibliographical material available on request.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 436 pages; Physical description: [16], 436, [156] p. ; 16.5cm. Subjects: Rome - History - Early works to 1800. Signatures: A8 A-2O8. Related names: Zetzner, Lazarus, d. 1616, [publisher]. Referenced by: VD17 23: 274039Q. Language: Latin. Bound with: Dissertatiuncula de calidae potu, by Johann Freinsheim (1608-1660). Subjects: Beverages - History - Early works to 1800. Civilization, Classical - Early works to 1800. Medicine, Ancient - Chocolate - Early works to 1800. Notes: Publisher's device with motto "Scientia immutabilis" on t. P. Text in Latin with quotations and examples in Greek with Latin translation. Head-piece, marginal notes.

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        Thesaurus Arabico-Syro-Latinus ... With: Index alphabeticus. ... Rome, Propaganda Fide, 1636. 2 parts in 1 volume. 8vo. Set in Arabic, Syriac, roman and italic types. Early 19th-century tanned sheepskin, gold-tooled spine.

      ICCU VEAE003127; Philologia orientalis 223 (and for Obicini 222); for Shinaja: www.iranicaonline.org/articles/elija-bar-sinaja. First and only edition of Obicini's Arabic, Syriac and Latin glossary, based on the 11th-century Arabic and Syriac glossary compiled by the East Syriac scholar, monk and priest Elija bar Shinaja from Shenna in what is now northern Iraq, metropolitan of Nisibis from 1008. Shinaja's version is also known as "The book of the interpreter". The words are arranged by subject and set in three columns with, from right to left, Arabic, Syriac and Latin. It opens from the right, like an Arabic or Syriac book. The Index alphabeticus has its own title-page, pagination and series of signatures, but forms an appendix to the Thesaurus, providing an alphabetical index to the Latin words and phrases. With an inscription on the back paste-down. With 4 quires badly browned and some others somewhat browned. Otherwise in good condition and with all three integral blank leaves. The binding has some worm holes in the boards and a couple small holes in the hinges, but is structurally sound. A pioneering work in the European study of the Arabic and Syriac languages.

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        P. Virgilii Maronis Opera nunc emendatiora.

      Elzevier, Leiden 1636 - First Issue of the Elzevier 1636 edition of the works of Virgil. 12mo. pp. [40], 411, [43]. With engraved title page and fold out map. 2 pages printed in red. Bound in full morocco with finely gilt spine. Small professional repair to upper hinge of front cover – binding is otherwise in an excellent state of preservation. All edges are gilt. Occasional underlining in an old hand of a word or a phrase – very faint and miniscule; slight chipping on upper edge of map. This copy was in the Henry Huth collection and it contains his oval red morocco book plate stamped in gilt on the inside front cover. Berghman says "C’est une des plus admirables productions des Elzevier, et les beaux exemplaires sont rares et precieux." [Willems 450; Berghman 2167; Schweiger III, p. 1169; Dibdin II, p. 547]. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        FARFALLONI DE GLI ANTICHI HISTORICI [Blunders of the Ancient Historians]

      Venice: Giacomo Sarzina 1st first edition, 1636. Hardcover. Very Good-. Emblematic printer's mark to TP & foliated capitals throughout. Typography with chapter ends in shaped "tails". Octavo catspaw calf (rebacked on 5 raised bands with original gilt spine label) All edges rouge TP+(14pp) +512pp Signature of Thos. Brown? - As this work was in Brown's library catalogue and referred to in his Pseudoxia it is possible that this copy came from his library and the signature one of his descendants. In any case a lovely copy of these amusing and popular anecdotes of classical and ancient history.

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        Thesaurus Notariorum - Das ist Notatiat und Formular Buch. Underscheiden in sechs Theil: Ein aussführlichen Bericht / vom Ampt der Notarie / so sol in gemein: alss sonderlich den Contracten / Testamenten / und leisten Willen den Contracten / Testamenten / und letsten Willen / wie auch Gerichtlichen Handlungen / und anderm welches solchen drey Hauptstucken anbängig ist .

      Ludwig König,, Basel, 1636 - 6 Teile in 1 Bd. Basel, Ludwig König, 1636. Gr.-4°. (12), 60, 444, 228, 336, 180, 144, (20) S. Mit 1 Holzschnitt-Titel. Pergamentband der Zeit mit 2 Schliessbändern (fleckig und wenig verzogen). VD17 12:628435R. - Ca. 5. Basler Ausgabe dieses im 17. Jh. häufig aufgelegten Formel- und Notariatslehrbuches, erschien erstmals 1607 in Frankfurt am Main. Der aus Basel stammende Johann Rudolph Sattler (1577-1628) wurde 1606 in seiner Heimatstadt Gerichtsschreiber und später Basler Ratsherr. - Durchgehend stärker gebräunt. Vorsätze knitterfaltig. Pergamentband der Zeit mit 2 Schliessbändern

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