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2015-02-13 20:33:46
Schwenter, Daniel.
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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2015-01-07 02:08:18
Besold, Christoph [ Besoldus, Christophus ]
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 ]
Bookseller: Eastleach Books
2015-01-03 21:21:45
FIDATI Giovanni Bernardino
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.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Casella
2014-12-31 15:11:28
MASCARDI Agostino.
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 te … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Pera
2014-12-31 15:11:28
MASCARDI Agostino.
Appresso Giacomo Facciotti, In Roma, 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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: studio bibliografico pera s.a.s. [LUCCA, Italy]
2014-12-28 10:39:06
Drexel, Jeremias
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. *.
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2014-12-28 10:39:06
Drexel, Jeremias
Monachii: Apud Cornelium Leysserium 1636. PGMt. der Zeit, [10]+507 Seiten, 24°, Einband nahezu unbeschädigt, unscheinbar beschmutzt und berieben, Besitzeranmerkung auf dem Titelblatt, Seiten stellenweise ganz leicht altersgebräunt oder -fleckig, sonst sehr guter Zustand. Book Language/s: la
Bookseller: Antikvariat Valentinska [Praha, Czech Republic]
2014-12-27 01:27:50
FOSTER, Samuel
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 wa … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-12-23 20:48:03
Janssonius, Johannes
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.
Bookseller: Götzfried Antique Maps
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2014-12-11 19:21:57
Gerard, John.
London: Printed by Adam Islip, Joice Norton & Richard Whitakers, 1636. Large folio (35.5 cm; 14"). [19 of 20] ff., 1630 [i.e., 1634] pp., [24 of 25] ff. (without the initial and final blank leaves). When reading Gerard we are wandering in the peace of an Elizabethan garden, with a companion who has => a story for every flower and is full of wise philosophies" (Woodward, p. viii). And indeed, Gerard's herbal is written in "glorious Elizabethan prose, [with] the folk-lore steeping its pages'" (Woodward, p. vii), these factors going a long way towards making it one of the best-known and -loved of the early English herbals. The "herbs" surveyed include plants aquatic and terrestrial, New World and Old, embracing shrubs, plants, and trees, each with a description of its structure and appearance, where it is found (and how it got there), when it is sown and reaped or flowers, its name or names (often with engrossingly exotic etymologies), its "temperature," and its "vertues" or uses (often curious). The story is famous: John Norton, Queen's printer, wished to bring out an English language version of Dodoen's Pemptades of 1583 and hired a certain "Dr. Priest" to do so, but the translator died with the work only partially done. A copy of the manuscript translation made its way into John Gerard's hands and he seized the opportunity, reorganizing the contents, obscuring the previous translator's contribution, incorporating aspects of Rembert and Cruydenboeck's works, and commandeering the result as his own. Gerard abandoned Dodoen's classification, opting for l'Obel's instead, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SessaBks (ABAA, ILAB) [Philadelphia, PA, U.S.A.]
2014-11-20 01:52:23
HONDIUS, H.
Bookseller: Martayan Lan [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2014-11-11 15:22:05
Florus, Lucius Annaeus
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.
Bookseller: MW Books Ltd.
2014-11-07 15:26:07
OBICINI, Tommaso and Elija bar SHINAJA (Elias BARSINAEUS) of Nisibis.
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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2014-10-20 16:08:49
Walbancke, Mathew, editor
London: Printed for Robert Raworth, 1636 - Case and ESTC locate variants, the former recording a literal reprint with an added poem on K2 (not present here, and cited by Case as 84b), and the latter copies with one of three different dedicatory leaves added (none here present). The poems praise Robert Dover for his stewardship and promotion of the Cotswold Games, beginning ca. 1612, although it is unclear whether Dover actually started the event, or simply elaborated upon a more modest pre-extant celebration. The Games ended for a period in 1642, after the outbreak of the Civil War, but were revived in 1660, and persisted in forms both temperate and intemperate through 1850. A modern revival, beginning in 1965 under the sponsorship of the Robert Dover's Games Society, has been formalized. ESTC, which does not distinguish Case's reprint with the extra poem on K2, locates 9 copies of this edition in North America (including the variants), and even the early 18th century reprint (dated conjecturally 1720 by ESTC, and which features added text on the verso of A2) is uncommon. No copy at auction (until 2013 when it brought £2800) Writing in 1972, the athletics coach and sports journalist Ron Pickering said: "The influence of English rural sports, and the work of William Penny Brookes and Robert Dover, have been significant in the development of the Olympic Games philosophy. Almost half the events in the Modern Games are historically connected to British rural sports. Therefore we have a certain arrogant claim and a responsibility to the development of the Modern Olympic Games" ( … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA
2014-10-20 16:08:49
Cotswold Games) Walbancke, Mathew, editor
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2014-10-20 16:08:49
Cotswold Games) Walbancke, Mathew, editor
Printed for Robert Raworth, London, 1636. First edition of this very rare poetical miscellany, including contributions by Drayton, Jonson, Randolph, Feltham, Heywood, and many others. Engraved (facsimile) frontispiece depicting the Cotswold Games. Robert Dover, founder of the games, is on horseback, carrying a wand. [34] leaves (of 35 or 36). Small quarto. Celebrating The Cotswold Games. Case and ESTC locate variants, the former recording a literal reprint with an added poem on K2 (not present here, and cited by Case as 84b), and the latter copies with one of three different dedicatory leaves added (none here present). The poems praise Robert Dover for his stewardship and promotion of the Cotswold Games, beginning ca. 1612, although it is unclear whether Dover actually started the event, or simply elaborated upon a more modest pre-extant celebration. The Games ended for a period in 1642, after the outbreak of the Civil War, but were revived in 1660, and persisted in forms both temperate and intemperate through 1850. A modern revival, beginning in 1965 under the sponsorship of the Robert Dover's Games Society, has been formalized. ESTC, which does not distinguish Case's reprint with the extra poem on K2, locates 9 copies of this edition in North America (including the variants), and even the early 18th century reprint (dated conjecturally 1720 by ESTC, and which features added text on the verso of A2) is uncommon. No copy at auction (until 2013 when it brought £2800)Writing in 1972, the athletics coach and sports journalist Ron Pickering said: ?The influence of English rural … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2014-10-20 16:08:49
(Cotswold Games) Walbancke, Mathew, editor
London: Printed for Robert Raworth, 1636. First edition of this very rare poetical miscellany, including contributions by Drayton, Jonson, Randolph, Feltham, Heywood, and many others. Engraved (facsimile) frontispiece depicting the Cotswold Games. Robert Dover, founder of the games, is on horseback, carrying a wand. [34] leaves (of 35 or 36). Small quarto. 19th-century quarter morocco and boards (spine quite rubbed), an imperfect copy, with the frontispiece in facsimile, and wanting the title leaf, some foxing and tanning early and late, K1 trimmed a bit close at fore-edge, barely touching a few letters, an occasional headline slightly cropped, otherwise a reasonably good (though still imperfect) copy, the front binder's endsheet and pastedown bear some neat 19th century bibliographic annotations, a book plate, and an 1813 ownership inscription. First edition of this very rare poetical miscellany, including contributions by Drayton, Jonson, Randolph, Feltham, Heywood, and many others. Engraved (facsimile) frontispiece depicting the Cotswold Games. Robert Dover, founder of the games, is on horseback, carrying a wand. [34] leaves (of 35 or 36). Small quarto. Celebrating The Cotswold Games. Case and ESTC locate variants, the former recording a literal reprint with an added poem on K2 (not present here, and cited by Case as 84b), and the latter copies with one of three different dedicatory leaves added (none here present). The poems praise Robert Dover for his stewardship and promotion of the Cotswold Games, beginning ca. 1612, although it is unclear whether Dover actually star … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-10-18 17:40:57
Curtius, Cornelius,
Antverpiae [Antwerpen], Cnobbarum, 1636.. 20 x 16 cm. Titelkupfer und 30 Kupferstich-Portraits von C[ornelis] Galle nach J[acques] Francquart. Ganzpergament des 19. Jhs. mit goldgeprägten Adelswappen auf beiden Deckeln, Rückentitel in Goldprägung.. Hier vorliegend die prächtigen Porträts des Cornelius Galle ohne Text in einem Exemplar aus einer belgischen Schloßbibliothek mit entsprechendem Exlibris "Chateau de Marchienne" und Wappen auf beiden Deckeln. Das Chateau Cartier in Marchienne-au-Pont bei Charleroi wurde nach einem schweren Brand 1932 von der Familie Cartier verkauft und beherbergt heute die Bibliothek Marguerite Yourcenar. Die belgische Schriftstellerin (1903-1987) war eine Verwandte Cartiers.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen
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2014-10-08 13:23:54
Gerard, John
Adam Islip, Joice Norton and Richard Whitakers, London, 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. John Gerard was a 16th-century English botanist with a large herbal garden in London. His Herball, a 1,484 page illustrated book, was first published in 1597. It was a largely unacknowledged translation of Rembert Dodoen's herbal, itself published in 1554, and popular in Dutch, Latin, French, and in other English translations. This revised and enlarged third edition, the second by Thomas Johnson, corrects many of Gerard's errors and adds 800 new species and 700 woodcuts. This third edition is the most complete edition of Johnson and Gerard's work and is a landmark in natural history. Brunet II: 1548; Hunt 230; Nissen BBI 698; STC 11752 Later boards, rebacked in half calf, text toned with some light dampstaining 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 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2014-09-30 17:35:04
PEREIRA, Bento, S.J.
Évora, Apud Emmanuelem Carvalho [i.e., Manuel Carvalho], 1636. 4°, contemporary speckled calf (label missing, rubbed), spine heavily gilt in six compartments (top compartment defective, hole in another compartment), text-block edges sprinkled red. Title page with typographical border. Woodcut headpieces, tailpieces, initials and factotum. Marginal dampstaining; somewhat browned. Slight worming to last 30 leaves, touching 1-2 letters on many pages. Still, overall in good condition. Eighteenth-century owners' signatures on front flyleaf (De Binis da Costa de [illegible]), title-page (Dr. Costa, D. Manuel Gomes) and verso of final leaf (Antonio Agostinho de Freitas Henriquez). (4 ll.), 326 [actually 328] pp., (12 ll.). *** FIRST and ONLY EDITION of this book by a Jesuit author that discusses ethical and philosophical questions regarding politics, economics, and society. These questions, treated in the abstract, are similar to precepts one might find in courtesy books of the day. The volume ends with a 400-line poem on educational reforms by the Jesuits at the University of Évora.In the main text, Pereira is concerned with ethical dilemmas. For example: Is it greater wisdom to laugh about the human condition or to cry about it? Is it better to be subject to a ruler who was elected, or who inherited his position? Is it good or bad to be ruled by a woman? Should princes aim to be feared or loved? Which is more powerful, the desire for honor or for wealth? Where do leaders most shine, in battles on land or on sea?The final seven leaves contain a 400-verse neo-Latin poem by Pereira … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Richard C. Ramer Old and Rare Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2014-09-25 09:16:03
GERARD, John
Bookseller: David Brass Rare Books, Inc. [Calabasas, CA, U.S.A.]
2014-09-21 06:56:44
Janssonius, J.
Amsterdam ca. 1636. Karte zeigt die Stadt Danzig, Marienburg und Elbing. Die drei großen Werder mit der Ostsee., altkoloriert, Kupferstich, 41 x 48. Zustand: Falz etwas restauriert
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2014-09-19 17:48:40
GERARD, John
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2014-09-05 21:28:16
. Kupferstich b. Henricus Hondius & Johannes Janssonius (Jansson) in Amsterdam, 1636, 39 x 49. van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. I, 5940:1. - 1. Ausgabe - ohne Rückentext! (dieser Zustand nicht bei van der Krogt!) - Zeigt die Provinz Ulster. - Unten links Titelkartusche und Meilenzeiger. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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2014-08-26 13:09:50
Cabreyra, Joseph de
The shipwreck of the Belem, and the journey along the western coast of Africa with Father Lobo. 1636. Lisbon. Lourenzo Craesbeeck. In 8vo (190 mm x 140 mm). 69 pp. + 1 ff. Full contemporary style calf by Imperio Graça, raised bands to spine, tolled in gilt, red lettering piece. Excellent copy, fresh and clean, with only minor scattered foxing spots.First edition. Cabreyra (d. 1638) was Captain of the Nossa Senhora de Belem, which was wrecked off the coast of the Cape of Good Hope in 1635 whilst returning to Portugal from India. The shipwreck news was widespread, not only for the losses, but for it carried a famous passenger: Jesuit Father Jerome Lobo, who after spending over 9 nine years in Abyssinia was returning to Europe; Lobo is the author of "A short relation of the River Nile, of its source and current" and was coming to report on the failure of the Ethiopian mission and the expulsion of the missionaries.The work narrates the events prior to the event, and the hardships and arrangements carried out by Cabreyra following the shipwreck; the building of smaller vessels to carry the survivals, the securing provisions and the dispatches from the King of Portugal, the journey along the western coast of Africa towards Angola, where the nearest Portuguese port was, amongst other interesting affairs.Another edition was also published in 1636 by Craesbeck, with a different collation, priority between both can´t be established; ca. 100 years later, Brito would include this work in his Historia Tragico-Maritima. Extremely rare, no copies have appeared at auction in the last 50 ye … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-08-25 01:54:39
Blount, Sir Henry.
London, Printed by I.L. for Andrew Crooke, 1636.. Small 4to. (2), 126pp. Trimmed, touching the first work title and a few headlines and page numbers. Expertly bound to style in 19th century straight grained brown morocco, covers elaborately bordered in gilt, spine with raised bands in six compartments, lettered in the second, the others with a repeat decoration in gilt, marbled endpapers, gilt edges.. Scarce early English work on the Levant. Blount journeyed to the Levant in 1634 and first published his account two years later (the present second edition appearing later in the same year). It is an important English work and one of the first to view the Turks without prejudice. "Blount wrote objectively and viewed Turkish society as different from, but equally valid to, the life he knew in England" (Blackmer catalogue). Provenance: E.B.,Trinity College, Cambridge (inscription on verso of title dated 1748). - Atabey 119 (first edition). Blackmer 154. STC 3137. Wing B3317. Weber 289.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
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2014-08-19 22:46:03
. altkol. ( full original Colour ), nach 1636, 39,5 x 53. Shirley 264 und Abb. Plate 2074 (= state 1 = 1608 ); Krogt, Koeman's Atlantis Neerlandici, Vol. 1, S. 565 ( Abb. 0001.1B.2 ); Schilder/Stopp. MCN VI, 2.4 - Vorliegende Karte im 4. Zustand (4. state ) mit der Adresse Janssonius ohne Datierung. Sie erschien in den Atlanten von 1636 - 1680 ( vergleiche Krogt ). - Die Weltkarte, nach Mercators Projektion, ist umgeben von 4 Bildleisten. An den Seiten Allegorien der 4 Jahreszeiten und Elemente, am oberen Rand mittig Allegorie auf die Sonne flankiert von Allegorien des Mondes und von 5 Planeten, am unteren Rand Darstellung der sieben Weltwunder. - Tadellos erhalten. Gerahmt ( framed )
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2014-08-16 14:23:46
SCHENK, Pieter [and Jan van CALL].
The Anglo-Dutch Garden 73 & pp. 188-191; Hollstein (Dutch & Flemish), XXV, p. 293; Springer, Bibl. Overzicht, pp. 43-44. A magnificent series of detailed views of the house and gardens at Rosendael, in the Veluwe near Arnhem, the estate of Baron Johan van Arnhem (1636-1717), close friend and hunting companion of the Dutch Stadhouder and King of England, William of Orange. The great tower, the only surviving part of the estate's mediaeval castle, is the largest of its kind in the Netherlands. The main palace was built in 1616, but after the estate came to Johan van Arnhem by marriage in 1667, he added some buildings. He devoted most of his attention to the gardens and waterworks, however, with their extensive cascades, fountains and statuary. The architect Jacob Pietersz. Roman appears to have been responsible for much of the work on the gardens, and the general title-page to the 6 parts of the Paradisus Oculorum gives the impression that he made the drawings, but those for Rosendael are elsewhere attributed to Jan van Call the elder (1656-1706). Although the palace survives, the gardens were revised several times in the 18th century and given a wholly new layout in 1837, so that the present views form an important record of their early form. A good and nearly untrimmed copy with many deckles intact, with a tear repaired across the corner of one view, some repairs in or near the gutter folds (not approaching the plate edges), and occasional minor foxing or spots. An extensive and detailed set of views of one of the most sumptuous palaces and gardens of the Dutch golden age.
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2014-08-16 14:17:27
. Altkolorierter Kupferstich b. Johannes Janssonius (Jansson) in Amsterdam, 1636, 38 x 50. van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. I, 3600:1B.1. - Zeigt die ehemalige Grafschaft Zeeland, die heutige niederländische Provinz Zeeland. - Oben linksTitelkartusche; darunter in der Nordsee Kompaßrose; unten rechts große Wappenkartusche mit Dedikation an Ioannes de Knuyt von Johannes Janssonius. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)
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2014-07-28 10:58:10
JANSSON, Jan.
Amsterdam, Henricus Hondius, 1636, Latin edition. Coloured. 380 x 490mm. The Province of Verona, centred on the city but also showing Mantova and Lake Garda KOEMAN: ME 50a,
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [London, United Kingdom]
2014-07-23 12:20:10
Bosse, Abraham (um 1604 Tours - Paris 1676)
. Kupferstich, 1636, auf Bütten mit Wasserzeichen: Wappenschild mit angehängten Buchstaben. 25,2:32 cm. Le Blond excud. - Sehr schöner, gleichmäßiger Abdruck, rundum auf die Plattenkante geschnitten Provenienz: Sammlung Georges Duplessis (1834-1899), war tätig in der Graph. Sammlung der Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris. Literatur: Blum 1016. Sehr schöner Druck, nahezu auf die Umfassungslinie geschnitten.. Aus dem Gleichnis der zehn klugen Jungfrauen, Matthäus 25, 4: Die klugen aber nahmen Öl in ihren Gefäßen samt ihren Lampen.
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2014-07-05 15:04:20
Casas, Bartolome de las.
Appresso Marco Ginammi, Venice. 1636 - 118 págs - 1 h. Preciosa encuadernación del primer cuarto del siglo XX. Plena piel con mosaicos en planos y el lomo, con supra-libris con la bandera de Aragón, guardas de seda, cortes dorados. Palau 46956. Sabin 11246. Se trata de la 1ª edición italiana de uno de los 4 tratados que sobre la materia de los indios se publicaron en la imprenta veneciana de Marco Ginammi entre 1626 y 1636. Correspondería esta edición a la española de 1552 Sobre la materia de los indios que se han hecho en ella esclavos, con las adiciones de introducción, dedicatoria, versión italiana Se trata de una bella edición bilingüe de una de las obras más duras del Obispo de Chiapas y también una de las más utilizadas por la propaganda antiespañola de los siglos XVI y especialmente XVII que en lugar de ver la pronta reacción suscitada en España contra la esclavitud de los indios utilizaron la Relación de Bartolomé de las Casas como un testimonio de la inicial esclavitud indiana pronto combatida por Dominicos y Franciscanos y reflejada en las Leyes de Indias. Il s'agit de la 1ere édition italienne d'un des 4 traités qui, sur le sujet des indiens fut publiée à l'imprimerie vénitienne de Marco Ginammi entre 1626 et 1636. Cette édition correspondrait à l'espagnole de 1552 sur les indiens qui devinrent esclaves dans celle-ci.Oferta Especial: La librería Anticuaria Luces de Bohemia ofrece por tiempo limitado un descuento del 15% en todo su inventario. All items discounted by 15%. Precio original de este ejemplar / Original price of this book: 4.200,00 Euros. Plena piel co … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-06-24 12:53:05
. kolorierter Kupferstich n. Isaac Massa b. Johannes Janssonius (Jansson) in Amsterdam, 1636, 38,5 x 51 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. I, 1802:1.1. - 1. Ausgabe und 1. Zustand - ohne Rückentext! (dieser Zustand nicht bei van der Krogt!) - Dieser Zustand erschien nur in 5 Atlanten! - Zeigt den Süden Russlands. - Mittig Moskau. - Oben rechts Titelkartusche. - Unten rechts Kartusche mit Meilenzeiger. - Oben links Dedikation an Isaac Massa von Janssonius.
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2014-06-21 14:52:27
KIRCHER, Athanasius |
, 1636. 1636. A Tour de Force of Seventeenth-Century Typography"With the Called-For Titlepage WoodcutKIRCHER, Athanasius. Prodromus Coptus sive AEgyptiacus ... in quo Cùm linguae Coptae, sive AEgyptiacae quondam Pharao-nicae, origo, aetas, vicissitudo, inclinatio; tùm hierogly-phicae literaturae instauratio ... exhibentur.Rome: Typis S[acrae] Cong[regationis]: de propag[anda]: Fide., 1636. First (and only) edition of the first text-book of the Coptic language and the first printed book to contain Coptic characters. Quarto (8 1/2 x 6 1/4 in; 214 x 160 mm). [24], 338, [2] pp. Woodcut title vignette depicting the arms of Cardinal Francesco Barberini, a sponsor of Kircher's, as well as numerous woodcuts in the text, including tailpieces, printed signatures, costodes and marginal glosses, alphabetic tables and paradigms. Contemporary yapp-edged limp vellum. Two small wormholes to lower margins (not affecting any text) otherwise a superb copy in a fine contemporary binding."A tour de force of seventeenth-century typography" (Merrill), type fonts include include Greek, Syraic, Arabic, Hebrew, Estranghelo, Samaritan, Armenian, Chaldean, Rashi, Amharic, "Saracen," hieroglyphic, and, Coptic. Kircher's interest in Egyptian was part of a wider interest in discovering or inventing a universal language to facilitate missionary work. Many Jesuits at the Roman College would become missionaries, and Jesuit missionary strategy insisted on their learning the languages of the local peoples. The present publication was made possible through several Coptic manuscripts Kircher had recei … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-06-13 18:08:12
Mercator, Gerard
Amsterdam, Hondius, Henricus; Janssonius, Joannes, 1636. "Polonia". Orig. copper-engraving after G. Mercator's map. Published by H. Hondius and J. Janssonius in Amsterdam, 1636. Coloured. With ornamental title-cartouche. 34,5:46 cm.. Koeman I, map 1900:1A.2 ("New title cartouche, Mercator's name erased"), ed. 1:341 (1636 English). - An unusual state of Mercator's map of Poland.
Bookseller: Antikvariat Karel Krenek
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2014-05-24 09:21:00
BOODT, Anselm de
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude [Paris, France]
2014-05-10 16:49:04
Geiger, Malachiam:
Ohne Ort und Verlag, 1636.. 11 Blatt, 137 Seiten. Mit Kupfertitel. Pergament der Zeit, dreiseitiger Goldschnitt (Einband etwas altersfleckig).. *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.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun
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2014-05-09 02:01:26
Selden, John:
London, Juxta exemplar Will. Stansbeii pro Richardo Meighen [d.i. Amsterdam: Elzevier], 1636.. 13,5 x 8 cm. 12 Blatt, 567 Seiten. Mit wenigen Textholzschnitten und 2 doppelblattgroßen Karten. Pergamentband der Zeit.. *Die zweite Elzevir-Ausgabe des seinerzeit bedeutenden Werkes zum Seerecht, das erst im frühen 18. Jahrhundert zur Entwicklung der 3-Meilen-Zone führte. Selden prägte mit dem vorliegenden Werk (1635) den Begriff "Mare Clausum". Sein Buch wurde 1636 ff. in etlichen Ausgaben versch. Formate und Verlage mehrfach publiziert. - Sauber und sehr gut erhalten.
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2014-05-07 22:37:49
. kolorierter Kupferstich b. Henricus Hondius & Johannes Janssonius (Jansson) in Amsterdam, 1636, 38,5 x 50 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Blonk & Blonk-van der Wijst, Zelandia Comitatus, Nr. 36; van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. I, 3600:1B.1. - 1. Ausgabe des 2. Zustandes - ohne Rückentext! (dieser Zustand nicht bei van der Krogt!) - Oben links Titelkartusche. - Unten rechts Kartusche mit Dedikation und Wappen.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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2014-05-07 22:37:49
. Kolorierter Kupferstich b. Henricus Hondius & Johannes Janssonius (Jansson) in Amsterdam, 1636, 38,3 x 48,9 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. I, 3800:1.1. - 1. Ausgabe und 1. Zustand - ohne Rückentext! (dieser Zustand nicht bei van der Krogt!) - Oben rechts Titelkartusche. - Oben links Kartusche mit Erklärungen. - Unten links Kartusche mit Maßstab. - Zeigt das Gebiet zwischen Zuiderzee, Zutphen, Groenlo, Groningen u. Nordhorn (D).
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2014-05-03 23:02:20
Germanus de Silesia, Dominicus
Roma: Sac. Congreg. de Propag. Fide, 1636. First edition, small, slim 4to, pp. [10], 102; printer's device; full contemporary vellum (darkened from dampstaining), several chips to spine; repaired shallow losses to title page, none affecting text, dampstaining throughout; textblock very good and sound. An early vernacular Arabic grammar, one of the first to be published in Italy. "Father Germanus (1585-1670) succeeded [Thomas] Obicini in 1636 as lector of Arabic and as collaborator on the Arabic Bible project. Afterwards he stayed for a time in Persia, and ended his life as a scholar in Madrid. There he left his manuscript for an unfinished Koran translation...one of the first to have prepared a new and faithful translation with commentary..." Brunet II, 1553; Graesse III, 58. Smitskamp, 224. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [United States]
2014-04-25 13:50:27
Attenkirchen: 1636-1812,. 122 Blätter, davon 85 Blätter mit Einträgen in unterschiedlichen Handschriften, Heftung auf 5 Bünden, 19,5 x 15,5 cm Kladde des Pfarramtes Attenkirchen, Oberbayern (heute Landkreis Freising). Die ältesten Eintragungen stammen von 1636 und beginnen mit der Aufzählung verschiedener Pfarrer, Cooperatoren und Beneficiaren. Unter anderem sind genannt: Heinz Zeiner, Anton Stiller (?), Leopold Wagner, Petrus Kammerlocher und Joseph Huber. Anschließend Notizen der Pfarrer zu Personen aus dem Attenkirchner Raum mit Namens-, oft auch Berufsangabe, die ihrer verstorbenen Angehörigen gedenken. Der erste Eintrag informiert, dass "Herr Joseph Huber, Wirth von hier" seinen Familienangehörigen eine Messe lesen lässt. Die Kladde enthält anschließend Notizen zu Gedenkandachten aus den umliegenden Dörfern. - Der Charakter der Auflistung verändert sich 1776 in Zusammenhang mit einem Eintrag über die Verstorbenen der armen Seelen(?)-Bruderschaft. Ab diesem Zeitpunkt, bis 1812 sind chronologisch nach Jahr die Namen mit Sterbedatum und Wohnort aufgelistet. Folgende Familiennamen werden genannt: Wagner, Hafner, Talhamer, Reindl, Stopfer, Stader, Stehl, Sigl Ketner, Pröbstl, Huber, Prändl, Strigl, Lerchl, Ostermayr, Schipfer, Magermayer, Haage, Zelner, Seelmayr, Koch, Waitzernbauer, Hölzl, Wagner, Paulin, Kaltenberger, Sturzenbacher, Hörlin, Zirgltrum, Oberhauser, Hörlin, Niedermayr, Bachmayr, Waitzenbauer, Küster, Schuster, Grögl, Seidl, Christain, Köttner, Kröll, Neumair, Wätzgrein, Mittermayr, Kornmüller, Grünberger, Süßmayr, etc. Notizen und Korrekturen von alter Hand. … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-04-15 07:30:10
. Kupferstich b. Henricus Hondius & Johannes Janssonius (Jansson) in Amsterdam, 1636, 39 x 50 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. I, 5100.1B. - Zeigt England. - Am rechten Rand Titelkartusche, Wappen u. Maßstab.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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2014-04-09 13:13:06
. Kupferstich n. Abraham Ortelius b. Johannes Janssonius (Jansson) in Amsterdam, 1636, 39 x 50 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. I, 8615:1B. - Zeigt Marokko mit der Straße von Gibraltar; die Städte Fes (Fez) u. Marrakech (Marakesch) sind als kleine Vogelschauansichten herausgehoben. - Unten links Kartusche mit Kartentitel; darunter Meilenzeiger; im Atlantik, hinter der Straße von Gibraltar mehrere Segelschiffe.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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2014-04-03 01:13:15
Sattler, Johann Rudolph:
Basel, Ludwig König, 1636.. 6 Teile in 1 Bd. 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.
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