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        L'Usage Du Compas De Proportion Cinquiesme edition reueue, corrigee & de beaucoup augmentee

      Rouen: Jean Boulley, 1637. Boards. Very Good. [4] + (folding double-page leaf) + 148 pages. 8vo. Woodcut map on title page, woodcut initials and headpieces, woodcut illustrations throughout. Early full leather binding with red spine label. Previous owner stamp on verso of front flyleaf, and another name (?) inked on title page just above map. Double-page inserted leaf inserted opposite A1. Very closely trimmed, affecting a few headlines and catch words. Clearly read, with occasional smudging, creasing. Ink stain to several pages in gutter affecting a few letters. Light dampstaining throughout. Boards. The fifth edition of a well known book on proportional compasses. The title roughly translates to "The Use of a Compass in Proportion." The double-page leaf has 2 illustrations and is signed in the woodcut at top by Daniel Chorez. Two additional illustrations are found integral to the pagination (pages 105, 109) and are signed DH in the center. Each of these full page illustrations is of a proportional compass (also known as a sector or military compass). The first edition was published in 1564. OCLC notes additional dates including 1653, 1664, 1688, 1748, and 1769 (although the last 2 may actually have been done by Oznam). OCLC notes a single copy of the 1637 edition at University of Wisconsin (77613710).

      [Bookseller: Kuenzig Books, ABAA/ILAB]
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        Les images tableaux de platte peinture des deux philostrates sophistes Grecs. Mit gestochenem Titelblatt, zahlreichen ganzseitigen Kupfern, Initialen Textvignetten u. anderen Illustrationen.

      Paris: Sebastien Cramoisy 1637 - GLDr.der Zeit, [16], 921 S., [45], Fol. Einband berieben u. abgegriffen. Rückenbezug leider fehlt. Kanten u. Ecken stark beschabt. Titelblatt gelöst u. auf Rändern mit Verlust eingerissen. Seiten stellenweise wassefleckig u. beschädigt, jetzt untergeklebt. Besitzeranmerkung mit Zeichenstift auf Vorsatz, sonst gutes Exemplar. Gut erhalten. * 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: fr, la, grc

      [Bookseller: Antikvariat Valentinska]
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        L'Usage Du Compas De Proportion Cinquiesme edition reueue, corrigee & de beaucoup augmentee

      Rouen: Jean Boulley, 1637. Boards. Very Good. [4] + (folding double-page leaf) + 148 pages. 8vo. Woodcut map on title page, woodcut initials and headpieces, woodcut illustrations throughout. Early full leather binding with red spine label. Previous owner stamp on verso of front flyleaf, and another name (?) inked on title page just above map. Double-page inserted leaf inserted opposite A1. Very closely trimmed, affecting a few headlines and catch words. Clearly read, with occasional smudging, creasing. Ink stain to several pages in gutter affecting a few letters. Light dampstaining throughout. Boards. The fifth edition of a well known book on proportional compasses. The title roughly translates to "The Use of a Compass in Proportion." The double-page leaf has 2 illustrations and is signed in the woodcut at top by Daniel Chorez. Two additional illustrations are found integral to the pagination (pages 105, 109) and are signed DH in the center. Each of these full page illustrations is of a proportional compass (also known as a sector or military compass). The first edition was published in 1564. OCLC notes additional dates including 1653, 1664, 1688, 1748, and 1769 (although the last 2 may actually have been done by Oznam). OCLC notes a single copy of the 1637 edition at University of Wisconsin (77613710).

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        Benedicta Virgo Cellensis Sub auspiciis ... Benediciti ... ad S. Lambertum Abbatis, denuo in lucem edita, aucta & illustrata. Graz, Widmanstetter, 1645. Mit gest. Frontispiz u. 25 (1 gefalt.) Kupfertafeln von Sebastian Jenet. 16 Bl., 416 S., 16 Bl. Pergamentband d. Zt. mit geprägtem Rückenschild, weiß eingefärbtem Rücken, Rotschnitt u. Schließbändern.

      . . VD17 12:117623M. - Erweiterte Neuausgabe des zuerst 1637 erschienenen Mirakelbuchs des Benediktinerpaters Thomas Weiss ("Diva virgo Cellensis"). Beschrieben und teilweise illustriert werden 310 der Marienstatue von Mariazell ("Magna mater Austriae") zugeschriebene Wunder aus den Jahren 1370 bis 1640. Zu Beginn ist eine kurze Geschichte des Kloster St. Lambrecht in Mariazell eingefügt. Das in der Steiermark gelegene Mariazell gilt als der bedeutendste Wallfahrtsort Österreichs. Die gefaltete Kupfertafel zu Beginn zeigt eine von den Stifterfiguren flankierte Vogelschauansicht des Klosters. Ein Register am Schluss ordnet und verweist auf die verschiedenen Wunder nach unterschiedlichen Kategorien. - Durchgehend etw. stockfleckig, S. 117 mit kl. Eckabriss u. S. 209/210 mit kl. Loch, beide im weißen Rand; S. 149-224 am Unterschnitt mit kl. Tintenfleck, sonst gutes, sauberes Exemplar. ** Bestellungen bis 14 Uhr versenden wir am selben Tag. - Schweizer Postkonto vorhanden. **

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Patzer & Trenkle]
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        Touraine. Turonen Sis Ducatus.

      Amstelodami:Apud Joannem Janssium, 1637 - Gravure sur cuivre de 49,5 x 38 cm à la cuvette (dimensions de la feuille 57 x 49 cm). Epreuve en coloris ancien. Trace de pliure au centre. Texte en hollandais au dos, intitulé: "Het Hertoghdom Touraine". Carte portant en haut à droite une allégorie de la Touraine: Femme assise portant une corne d"abondance de laquelle s"écoulent fruits et fleurs. Belle carte à bonnes marges. Voir: Toulier, Cartes de Touraine, 6a.

      [Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE DES CARRÉS]
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        Foure Bookes of Du Bartas

      London - Printed by T. Paine 1637 - A scarce first edition of L'Isle's translation of the works of Du BartasScarceFirst EditionRebacked with a new spine label and gilt lettering. With a large commentary by Simon Goulart de Senlis. Guillaume de Salluste Du Bartas (1544July 1590) was a French poet and soldier. A Huguenot, he served under Henry of Navarre. Du Bartas' poems went rapidly out of fashion as the 17th century, characterised by a tight and precise style. His his epic poems La Sepmaine, Creation du Monde and La Seconde Sepmaine retell the main events of the of the Bible from a Huguenot perspective. The Colonnyes, which is the third section of this book offers an insight into The New World of the 1600s. This volume has erratic pagination. This work was taken from La Seconde Semaine and was originally published as Part of Du Bartas in 1625. This volume appears to be missing the final leaf after Finis, which the ESTC (S116416) states should be anEpistle to the Lord Admirall. 1596. With French and English translations throughout. Condition: The binding is tight and firm. There is wear to the extremities including areas of loss and bumping. The inner hinges are strained and the end papers have been removed. Internally the pages are generally clean with the odd handling mark. There is the occasional institutional ink stamp but they do not interfear with the text. There are a couple of colour pencil notes to the front end papers. There is some slight chipping to the free end papers. Overall the condition of the book is very good. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Rooke Books PBFA]
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        L'Authoritie et Iurisdiction [Jurisdiction] des Courts de la

      1637. Title Page Signed "T.E. Chitty" [Crompton, Richard]. L'Authoritie et Iurisdiction [Jurisdiction] des Courts de la Maiestie de la Roygne: Nouelment Collect & Compose, per R. Crompton del Milieu Temple Esquire, Apprentice del Ley. Si Seuris Index, Mitisis Corde Memento, Dicito, quae Possunt Dicta Decere Senem. London: Printed by the Assignes of Iohn More Esquire, 1637. [iv], 232 ff. Quarto (7" x 5"). Later three-quarter calf over cloth, raised bands, gilt spine. Worn, front hinge cracked but secure, title page signed "T.E. Chitty." Numerous annotations and brief notes in early court hand, light foxing to a few leaves. Ex-library. Institution name gilt-stamped to front cover and spine, corresponding monogram to rear cover, bookplate to front free endpaper, a few small ownership stamps to title page and elsewhere. * Second and final edition, first published in 1594. Crompton was a bencher of the Middle Temple during the reign of Henry VIII and the author of several notable contributions to the legal literature. First published in 1594, L'Authoritie et Iurisdiction is considered to be his principal work. It is essentially a digest of the Year Books and other cases applicable to the subject. On a broader scale, it offers legal justification for the creation of a rigidly hierarchical "natural" society governed by a powerful monarch. This desire, articulated by Bodin among others, was common to several conservatives in England and Europe during the Late Renaissance. This copy probably belonged to Thomas Chitty [1802-1878], the eminent lawyer, teacher and legal reformer. Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth 1:259.

      [Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.]
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        COMMENTARII IN CANTICUM CANTICORUM

      Jacob & Peter Prost Brothers 1st first edition, Lugduni 1637 - Large copperplate printers mark on Titlepage + 2 emblematic woodcuts (repeats) + foliated and tail pieces. Folio contemporary blindstamped pig with 2 working clasps with central emblem within floriated concentric panels on 5 raised bands beveled wooden boards old paper titling label bands painted black (old if not even original) (some rubbing/staining but in very good condition) Titlepages in red and black +[14pp] =foreword & approbations 492pp +[26pp] The book is in such good state that aside from neat ownership Capucinorum Tubij, in which monastary it seems to have been for a long time having an early hand written, with a later rubber stamp of the same and also a printed strip tipped to below imprint date for the same, there are no other marks. *One of Lapide's commentaries on the books of the Old Testament. Only St.Paul & Pentateuch were published while he was still in Belgium, he was then called to Rome where he was Professor of Hebrew and Scripture and where he spent the last 20 years teaching and editing his commentaries until his death in 1637. This, as several of his other works were only published after his death and then were in almost continual print as "They explain not only the literal, but also the allegorical, tropological, and anagogical sense of the sacred text, and furnish a large number of quotations from the Fathers and the later interpreters of Holy Writ" [Catholic Encyc.] 1 volume.

      [Bookseller: Abbey Antiquarian Books]
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        Mémoire sur un nouveau passage de la Mer du Nord à la Mer du Sud. Paris, Didot fils aîné, 1791. 8vo. With large folding engraved map (38×56 cm) showing part of Nicaragua and Costa Rica (between the 9th and 13th parallel). Contemporary wrappers.

      Chadenat 1637 (lacking the map); JCB 3439; Sabin 38408; cf. Hill, "The Nicaraguan Canal idea to 1913", in: The Hispanic American historical review vol. 28 (May 1948), no. 2. Rare first and only edition of a proposal to build a canal or passage across Nicaragua to connect the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean. The commercial advantages of a canal through Central America were obvious (it would considerably shorten the sea voyage between New York and San Francisco) and Nicaragua seemed to offer the most practical route. Bastide, pointing out that much successful work on canals had been carried out in recent years, was much more optimistic and proposed a route from San Juan de Nicaragua up the San Juan River into Lake Nicaragua and from there to the "Golfe de Papagayo" (a mistake for Baie de Malines?).Bastide's plan was never executed. In the 19th century the United States signed several contracts with Nicaragua in order to build a canal, but eventually abandoned the plan and constructed the Panama Canal instead. In 2004, however, the Nicaraguan government again proposed an inter-ocean canal.Some soiling, otherwise in very good condition and untrimmed, leaving all deckles intact.

      [Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)]
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        De Claris Legum Interpretibus, Libri Quatuor.

      1637 - The Interpretation and Construction of Roman and Canon Law Panciroli, Guido [1523-1599]. Panciroli, Ottavio, Editor. De Claris Legum Interpretibus Libri Quatuor. Venice: Apud Marcum Antonium Brogiollum, 1637. [xiv], 509, [56] pp. Quarto (8" x 6"). Contemporary limp vellum, early hand-lettered title to spine. Light soiling, a few minor inkstains, corners and spine ends lightly bumped, worming to pastedowns and free endpapers with some damage to joints, section lacking from front free endpaper, a few signatures loose. Woodcut head-pieces and decorated initials. Some toning to text, a bit heavier in places. Early annotations to front pastedown, owner initials to foot of title page, interior otherwise clean. * First edition. Panciroli's treatise on the interpretation and construction of Roman and canon law was a respected work that went through later editions in 1655 and 1721. Educated at the University of Padua, Panciroli taught there for most of his career. OCLC locates 1 copy in North America of this 1637 first edition at Harvard Law School. Camus, Bibliotheque Choisie des Livres de Droit 45. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB]
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        Sacrificiorvm Patriarchalivm schola sacra. In qua Examinatur Sacrificiorum Antiquitas, Usus, & Antiquatio. Cum Spicilegio.

      Leiden, Elzevier 1637. (8) 240 (16) p. Contemporary folding Vellum, 12° (corner frontcover damaged).

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Roo]
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        Ruhe auf der Flucht nach Ägypten.

      um 1637. Radierung auf Bütten. Um 1637. 8,3:13,1 cm. Literatur: Bartsch 8; Bellini 7.- Weicher, sehr guter Druck mit einigen Kratzern in der Platte, mit umlaufenden Rändchen. Rovenienz: Sammlung E. von Bayer, nicht bei Lugt.. Cantarinis Ausbildung begann in Verona bei G.G. Pandolfi (1567-1636). Nach einem kurzen Aufenthalt in Venedig ging er gemeinsam mit Cl. Ridolfi (1560-1644) nach Pesaro, wo er dessen Schüler wurde. Abschließend seit 1635 war er Schüler von G. Reni (1575-1642) in Bologna. Das Studium bei Reni wurde allerdings wohl durch einen Streit zwischen Lehrer und Schüler - Cantarini schien einen anmaßenden Charakter gehabt zu haben - etwa um 1637 jäh beendet. Um 1640/1641 reiste er nach Rom, wo er neben den Meistern der Antike insbesondere die Arbeiten von Raffael (1483-1520) studierte. Nach dem Tod seines Lehrers Reni im Jahr 1642 ließ Cantarini sich schließlich in Bologna nieder, wo er erfolgreich eine eigene Werkstatt betrieb, ging dann aber an den Hof zu Mantua, wohin ihn der Herzog Carlo I. Gonzaga berufen hatte. Jedoch auch hier beendete Cantarinis Unbeherrschtheit und wohl auch Eitelkeit das Arbeitsverhältnis nach kurzer Zeit, weshalb er nach Verona zog. Hier verstarb er im Alter von nur 36 Jahren. Cantarini schuf zahlreiche Gemälde und Zeichnungen meist biblischer Themen, aber er widmete sich auch der Porträtmalerei.

      [Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH]
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        Vescovi di Fiesole, di Volterra, e d'Arezzo del sig. Scipione Ammirato con l'aggiunte di Scipione Ammirato il giovane e nel fine i cataloghi e tauole [.].

      - In Firenze, nella nuova stamperia d'Amadore Massi, e Lorenzo Landi, 1637, in-4, cartonatura originale, pp. [6], 261, [3]. Con frontespizio calcografico. Manca la carta che precedeva il frontespizio (probabilmente bianca). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Libreria Oreste Gozzini snc]
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        Oxoniensis

      London: , 1637. [Oxfordshire] Size: 290 × 320 mm. Copperplate engraving with hand colour. Minor repair to lower central fold, otherwise in very good condition. A wonderfully decorative map of Oxfordshire, engraved by William Hole and published in William Camden's 'Britannia' atlas. Originally, in 1586, Camden's work was a detailed historical and topographical description of Britain. Hole & Kip added their maps to this work in 1607. The maps are heavily based on the earlier work by the Elizabethan cartographer Christopher Saxton. The map is embellished with a splendid royal coat of arms, a compass rose and a mannerist title cartouche and mileage scale.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Cornwall

      London., 1637. olim pars danmoniorum. Size: 320 × 405 mm. Copperplate engraving with later hand colour. Good condition. Minor repairs to splits to central fold. A highly decorative and desirable early map of Cornwall, by William Kip, based on the earlier map by Elizabethan cartographer, Christopher Saxton. Published in William Camden's "Britannia". The map is embellished with compass dividers, a sea galleon, a compass rose, a sea monster and a decorative inset of Launceston Castle. The map is very detailed featuring many towns and villages, together with hills, rivers, castles and stately homes. Originally, in 1586, Camden's work was a detailed historical and topographical description of Britain. Hole & Kip added their maps to this work in 1607.

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        Verbessere Epistel- und Werbungs Büchlein/ darinnen begrieffen allerley Missioen und Sendbrieffe/ mit gründlichen Reguln/ Argumenten/ und Exempeln/ sampt gnugsamen darzu dienlichen Materien/ und Arten im reden/ und schreiben. Item/ allerhand münd- und schrifftliche Formuln/ Fürträge/ und Abdanckungen/ welche bey Werbungen/ und Legationen/ item bey Empfahung königlicher und fürstlicher Personen/ so wol auch bey Vertöbnüssen/ Hochzeiten/ Gevatterschafften/ Kindtauffen und Begräbnussen in täglichem Gebrauch gehalten werden/ mit besonderm Fleisz zusammen gebracht/ und in dieser dritten Edition mercklichen augiret.

      1637 - Leipzig, in verl. T. Schürers sel. Erben und M. Götzen, 1637. 8:o. (6),543,(33) s. Title page with a typographical border and printed in red and black. Somewhat soiled contemporary vellum with handwritten title. Red sprinkled edges. An old ink drawing on rear flyleaf. Occasional small stains, for instance on pp. 364-66 and 378-86. Minor loss of paper in lower corner on p. 449. With Reinhold Höyer's signature dated 1695 and Christian Hammer's bookplate. VD17 23:278911G. The first edition was published in 1627. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Mats Rehnström Rare Books SVAF, ILAB]
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        Hertfordiae Comitatus

      London, 1637. Copper engraving, 28.5 x 35 cms. Engraved by Kip after Saxton. From the second edition of Philemon Holland’s translation of Camden’s Britannia. Recent hand-colour. Faint ink stamp in upper margin, blank verso. Map

      [Bookseller: Bryars and Bryars]
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        Nova Totius Livoniae

      Amsterdam 1637 - Size : 395x520 (mm), 15.5x20.5 (Inches), Hand Colored

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        Contexto de las reales fiestas que se hizieron en el Palacio del Buen Retiro. A la Coronación de Rey de Romanos, y entrada em Madrid de la Señora Princesa de Cariñan. En tres discursos, por. [Madrid 1637]

      - EDICION DE BIBLIOFILO, LIMITADA Y NUMERADA.- Valencia: [.la fonte que mana y corre.], (Imp. en los Talleres de Tipografía Moderna), 1951.- [2 h.] + [3 h.], 39 folios (de la obra) + [1 h.]: Con la portada facsimil del original; Esmerada impresión sobre excelente papel de hilo verjurado ahuesado; 4º (24,2 cm.); Enc. en Plena Piel chagrén, lomo dorado y con 5 nervios, conserva la cubierta anterior, estuche.- El libro es la reedición de la rarísima obra impresa: "Con licencia. En Madrid, en la Imprenta del Reyno. año 1637". Esta reedición ha sido dirigida por Antonio Pérez Gómez, e impresa al cuidado de María Amparo y Vicente Soler. Consta de 224 ejemplares numerados, de los cuales 218 venales, numerados del 1 al 218 (SIENDO ESTE EL Nº 59. POSEEMOS OTRO CON EN Nº 60) y seis marcados de I al VI, y de diez sobre papel Annam, marcados de A a J. EN IMPECABLE ESTADO.{ Libro en español [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le Marcantoine ou la Cleopatre. Tragédie de Mairet.

      Antoine de Sommaville 1637 - In-4 de (1) f.bl., (4) ff., 92 pp., (1) f.bl. Conservé dans son plein vélin souple de l'époque, titre manuscrit à l'encre sur le plat supérieur, dos lisse. Petite tache d'encre au plat supérieur, petite restauration ancienne du vélin au plat inférieur sans gravité. Reliure de l'époque. ÉDITION ORIGINALE DE CETTE TRAGÉDIE DE JEAN MAIRET REPRÉSENTÉE POUR LA PREMIÈRE FOIS EN 1630 ET PUBLIÉE LA MÊME ANNÉE QUE LE 'CID'. Brunet, III, 1323; Tchemerzine, IV, 328. EXEMPLAIRE TRÈS PUR CONSERVE DANS SON VÉLIN SOUPLE DE L'ÉPOQUE. *** FIRST EDITION OF THIS TRAGEDY BY MAIRET, PUBLISHED IN 1630 AT THE SAME TIME THAN THE CIDE. A VERY PURE COPY PRESERVED IN ITS CONTEMPORARY SOFT VELLUM. *** [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Camille Sourget]
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        De rebus Alexandri Magni, cum commentario perpetuo & indice absolutissimo Samuelis Pitisci. Quibus accedunt Mottevayeri de Curtio dissertatio: Freinshemii supplementa: figurae ex veterum monumentis ad historiam Alexandri illustrandam depromptae & illarum exegesis: Alexandri genealogia, & synopsis chronologica. Utrecht, F. Halma 1685. 8°. 22 Bll., 94 S., 1 Bl., 847 S., 128 Bll., mit gest. Titel, 12 (6 gef.) Kupfertafeln v. J. van den Avele u. 1 (gef.) Kupferkarte, Hprgt. d. Zt. mit hs. Rtit.

      - Schweiger II, 321 - Graesse II, 311 - Ebert 5552.- Seltene, ansprechend illustrierte Ausgabe mit dem Kommentar des Rektor des Gymnasium Hieronymianum in Utrecht, Samuel Pitiscus (1637-1727).- Die Karte zeigt den Feldzug Alexanders vom Vorderen Orient bis Indien, die Tafeln u.a. Münzportraits, Ruinen, Tempel des Jupiter, Kriegsmaschinen, eine Gesamtansicht sowie die Hängenden Gärten von Babylon.- Mit umfangreichen Index.- Gest. Titel mit Randläsuren, nur gering gebräunt od. braunfleckig, Ebd. etw. berieben.

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        Surrey

      London., 1637. Size: 300 × 375 mm. Framed. Copperplate engraving with later hand colour. Good condition, margins are slim, slightly age toned. This wonderful old map of Surrey comes from the third edition of Camden's Britannia. Part of the charm of this map are the (mis)spellings of the villages and county towns, which are depicted in red. All the numerous stately homes of the aristocracy, and their surrounding lands are highlighted. All decoration is mannerist in style, and there is an extensive explanation table to be found in the upper right corner.

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        Schriftstück mit eigenh. U.

      Fallon, 8. VII. 1637. - ½ S. Folio. "[.] Aus Unserer Cassa solle für den Rittmeister Fog sein hinterstelliger Monatsoldt benantlich dreyhundert Sechzehn Thaler [. kraft .] dieses Zettel gezahlt, Und dermit in Rechnung belegt werden [.]". - Darunter die Quittung des Regiments-Sekretärs Daniel Spengel: "Dieweil Herr Rittmeister Schreibens undt Lesens ohnerfahrn Alß habe ich solches hiemit bescheint". - Bernhard von Sachsen-Weimar, "einer der berühmtesten Feldherrn des Dreißigjährigen Kriegs" (Wikipedia), war u. a. am Sturm auf Wallensteins Lager bei Fürth beteiligt gewesen und hatte nach dem Tod des schwedischen Königs in der Schlacht von Lützen die Führung des Heeres übernommen. "1633 konnte er Regensburg erobern und erlitt 1634 mit seiner Armee eine vernichtende Niederlage in Nördlingen. 1635 schloß er in Verhandlungen mit Richelieu den Vertrag von Saint-Germain-en-Laye, der ihn zum Verbündeten Frankreichs machte. Nach erfolgreichen Kämpfen in Burgund und Lothringen starb er 1639 wohl an Typhus" (DBE). - Auf unbeschnittenem, etwas gebräuntem Papier und mit kleineren Läsuren; die Verso-Seite mit zeitgen. Notiz von fremder Hand.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Remaines Concerning Britaine

      London - Printed by Thomas Harper for John Waterson 1637 - Bound in reverse calf. The Fift Impression, with many rare Antiquities never before imprinted. By the industry and care of John Philipot, Somerset Herald. Originally published in 1605 as: Remaines of a greater worke, concerning Britaine. This copy matches the ESTC #S107503. Page 201/202 is missing, along with four pages to the rear. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        MYTHOLOGIAE SIVE EXPLICATIONIS FABULARUM LIBRI DECEM. IN QUIBUS. PHILOSOPHIAE DOGMATA IN VETERUM FABULIS CONTENTA FUISSE. ACCESSIT G. LINOCERII MUSARUM MYTHOLOGIA LIBELLUS. M. ANTONII TRITONII UTINENSIS MYTHOLOGIA.

      PAULI FRAMBOTTI, Patavii 1637 - (600 FIG. MITOLOGIA) (cm 22) Bella piena pergamena coeva, nervi e tit. al dorso, cc. 22 nn. (prima bianca), pp 614, pp 56, cc. 2 nn. + 1 tav. ripiegata e 105 xilografie n.t. Apparsa nel 1568. e' questa la piu' completa edizione figurata. L'opera ha influenzato tutta la mithografia dal tardo Rinascimento al pieno Barocco, e' stata una fonte di studi per Ronsard, Chapman, Bacone e tutta la Pleiade. Molta iconografia barocca e varie complicate allegorie del 700 sono state tratte da questo lavoro, influente e ampiamente saccheggiato da vari autori, in quanto riprende molta storiografia greca e latina. Vecchio ottimo restauro allestremo margine bianco delle prime 4 carte, compresa la bianca e locchietto, lievi aloni allinizio e qualche carta appena ombreggiata, per il resto esemplare bello e fresco. Manca a molta bibliografia consultata compreso Autori del 600 e Michel-Michel. Choix 11813 esempl. privo delle ultime 56 pp. Bruni-Evans in Cambridge 1584; BM. STC. Italian XVII Cent. I 256.[f50] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La chirurgia, tradotta dalla sua latina nella lingua volgare, et nuovamente posta in luce per Gio. Pietro maffei, chirurgo Trivisano.nella quale si tratta di tutte le specie di tumori, di ulceri, et di ferite. Opera utile a medici, ma molto necessaria a barbieri e a qualunque che esercita essa chirurgia.

      Pietro maria Bertano, Venetia 1637 - [Medicina-Chirurgia](cm. 22) Buona piena pergamena originale, minime abrasioni restaurate. - cc 8 nn., cc 431 + 1c. bianca. carattere corsivo, freci e capilettera figurati. Importante trattato di chirurgia del celebre medico modenese (1523-62) che fu professore a Frerrara, Pisa e Padova. Assieme al Vesalio fu il più importante anatomico del suo tempo; il suo nome è legato a varie scoperte, fra queste le trombe uterine dette "Trombe diFalloppio". Edizioe bella e rara manca a Waller, Choix, Dawson, Krivatsy, BM. STC e al Catalogo Rappaport "Ars Medica". Per notizie bio- Bibliografiche vedi: Hirsch, Capparoni, Castiglioni, De Renzi. Qualche insignificante e lieve alone al margine di alcune carte all'inizio, due macchioline alla prime due, per altro eemplare molto bello fresco e nitido. * Wellcome 2169; * Raccolta Putti n° 391; *Michel-Michel III 23.[f70] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Academia Burlesca en Buen Retiro a la Magestad de Philippo Quarto el Grande. (Manuscrito. Madrid 1637)

      - POR PRIMERA VEZ IMPRESO.- Valencia: "la fonte que mana y corre" (Talleres de Tipografía Moderna), 1952.- 137 p., [3 h.]; 4º (24,7 cm.); Cuidada impresión sobre excelente papel de hilo verjurado; Finamente encuadernado en Plena Piel chagrén, ruedas doradas en tapas, lomo dorado y con 5 nervios, conserva las cubiertas originales.- (Col. Libros Raros de Poesía de los siglos XVI y XVII. La fonte que mana y corre).- Edición dirigida por Antonio Pérez Gómez, compuesta a mano con caracteres Bodoni y realizada en los Telleres de la Tipografía Moderna, sobre papel de hilo ahuesado y verjurado, bajo el cuidado de María Amparo y Vicente Soler. Consta de 220 ejemplares, de los cuales 215 venales, numerados del 1 al 215 y 5 marcados de I al V, además otros 10 sobre papel Royal Annam, marcados de A a J. (POSEEMOS TRES EJEMPLARES CON LOS NUMEROS 58, 60 Y 191 DE LA PRIMERA SERIE). RARISIMA EDICION DE BIBLIOFILO, MAGISTRALMENTE ENCUADERNADA Y EN IMPECABLE ESTADO. Los ejemplares 58 y 60 van sin ruedas doradas en las tapas, pero con estuche e igulamente en impecable estado, y se venden al precio de 550 euros cada uno". [NOTA]: La Acaemia Burlesca a Felipe IV, en Buen Retiro fue publicada en 1878 por Morel-Fatio a partir de un manuscrito existente en la Biblioteca del Arsenal en París. Mencionaba el culto hispanista otro de la Biblioteca de Osuna que no le había sido posible cotejar. Ahora "la fonte que mana y corre", imprime [POR PRIMERA VEZ] el texto de un tercer manuscrito, merced a la gentileza del Prof. Blecua, reproduciéndolo con todas sus irregularidades ortográficas y grafológicas. según las normas de esta colección. Este manuscrito, utilizado para la presente edición, se encontraba falto de una hoja. Hemos completado el texto, acudiendo a la lectura dada por Alfredo Morel-Fatio, a la vista del manuscrito que de esta misma Academia, existe en la Biblioteca Nacional de Paris, en su obra L'Espagne an XVI et XVII siècles.{ Libro en español [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Devotes Oraisons pour tous Chrestiens et Catholiques. BOUND WITH: Bound after a contemporary printed Book of Hours in Latin and French lacking title

      Paris: Gabriel Clopejau, 1637. (BINDING, FRENCH) 8vo. 3 (of ?) engraved plates by Jean Matheus depicting SS. Genevieve, Francis of Paola, and Catherine. 80 pages. Late 17th- century red morocco elaborately gilt-tooled to center-and-corner design of massed pointillé volutes, floral sprays, and small ornamental tools, central diamond and corner triangle onlays of black morocco, gilt edges, gauffered to floral pattern accentuated with paint (now faded) Light wear to joints, clasps removed, contents relatively clean. Morocco exlibris of Julius Wangenheim . Pierre Coton (7 March 1564, at Néronde in Forez - 19 March 1626, at Paris) was a French Jesuit and royal confessor

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        Manuscript on vellum signed.

      Kaiserebersdorf Castle near Vienna, 25. VIII. 1637. - Folio. Latin ms., ink on vellum. 156 unnumbered pp., 27 lines. Contemp. vellum binding with attractive giltstamped tendril border, fleuronnée corner stamps, gilt spine and two different giltstamped heraldic supralibros on the covers. All edges gilt. Inner margin shows two holes drilled through covers and interior for a decorative cord with the seal (now lost). Remains of ties. Collection of copies of Habsburgian documents relating to the Gonzaga family and the War of the Mantuan Succession, compiled by the Imperial Registry and signed by the Emperor, Ferdinand III. The collection, which unites documents by Frederick III, Maximilian I, Charles V, Maximilian II, Rudolf II, Matthias, Ferdinand II, etc., was probably drawn up for Duke Ferrante III Gonzaga, Duke of Guastalla (1618-78), to record and secure his claims upon the Duchy of Mantua (claims which lay in the interest of the Imperial family), while the War of Succession had ended a few years previously with Mantua becoming part of the French sphere of influence. - The Gonzaga family had ruled Mantua since 1328; in 1530, Federico II Gonzaga assumed the title of a Duke of Mantua. When the family gained control over the counties of Monferrato and Guastalla in the mid-16th century, they had reached their apogee of political, financial, and cultural importance. When Francesco IV Gonzaga died in 1612 without leaving a male successor, he was succeeded by his brothers Ferdinando and Vincenzo, both cardinals without children. Upon the death of Vincenzo II Gonzaga in 1627 the direct male line of the House of Gonzaga became extinct, causing a war of succession: Emperor Ferdinand II, husband of Eleanor Gonzaga, Vincenzo's sister, sought to re-attach the Duchy of Mantua to the Holy Roman Empire by transferring it to the Spanish-Imperial line of Gonzaga-Guastalla. This object was opposed by the older line of Gonzaga of Nevers and Rethel, supported by France. The conflict ended when Sweden entered the Thirty Years' War and Ferdinand required his troops in the principal theater of the war. The Duke of Nevers and Rethel became lord of the devastated and depopulated counties of Mantua and Monferrato, and France gained a foothold in Upper Italy. (Three quarters of a century later, however, the Imperial cause was to triumph after all: in 1708, the War of Spanish Succession re-attached Mantua to the Empire, while the Duke of Mantua and Monferrato sided with France) - The present compilation is intended to document the legal succession of the House of Gonzaga-Guastalla on the basis of archival material; this is underscored by the Imperial supralibros on the front cover (double-headed eagle with quartered escutcheon showing the fesses of Gonzaga and the Bohemian lion, bordered by a tendril desgin enclosing the four evangelists) and Guastalla's lion rampant within a crowned shield on the back cover. The documents repeatedly refer to the feudal righty of the House of Gonzaga-Guastalla, especially in the areas of Castiglione delle Stiviere and Castel Goffredo: "Ad perpetuam rei memoriam recognoscimus, ac postum facimus tenore praesentium universis, quod cum nobis submissime exponendum curavit. Illustris Ferdinandus Gonsaga, Priceps Castilionis à Stiveriis, Consanguineus et Princeps Noster charissimus, quem ad modum maiores olim sui ab Augustissimis Romanorum Imperatoribus & Regibus Praedecessoribus Nostris sacratissime recordationis super Marchionatu Castilionis à Stiverys, & Castro Guiffredi cum omnibus suis pertinentys investiti. Pater verò suus quondam Franciscus Gonsaga de eodem Marchionatu Castilionis et permutatione Castri Giuffredi [.] Matthias Romanorum Imperator semper Augustus [.] agnoscimus & notum facimus tenore praesentium universis. Quod cum Illustris Franciscus Gonsaga Princeps Castilioni à Stiverys, consanguineus et princeps noster charissimus, demisse Nobis esponi curavit, non tantum Maiores suos, verum etiam se ipsum à Predecessoribus Nostris Divis Romanorum Imperatoribus & Regibus [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Santos de la Ciudad de Sevilla y su Arzobispado: Fiestas que su Santa Iglesia Metropolitana celebra.

      Sevilla: Francisco de Lyra, 1637. - 4to. 17 hh, 374 pp, 3 hh. Frontis grabado. Encuadernación plena piel del siglo XIX con nervios, hierros dorados y tejuelo. Muy buen estado. Palau señala: "Se ha censurado esta obra por fundarse en los falsos cronicones. Una de las principales impugnaciones la escribió Martín Anaya y Maldonado". Este ejemplar contiene un bonito grabado por Francisco Gordillo, no perteneciente al libro y que representa a Fernando III El Santo en una orla barroca. Palau 244906

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        La Tersicore o vero scherzi, e paradossi poetici sopra la beltà delle donne fra' difetti ancora ammirabili, e vaghe. Opera del sig. Alessandro Adimari ridotta in 50. sonetti fondati principalmente sopra l'autorità d'A. Seneca il morale, & concatenati in un capitolo. I terzetti del quale servon per argumenti.

      - In Fiorenza, nella nuova stamperia d'Amadore Massi, e Lorenzo Landi, 1637, in-4, bel cartoncino settecentesco con decorazioni xilografiche policrome di piccole corolle inscritte in rombi, sguardie rifatte in carta antica, pp. 125, [3], l'ultima carta bianca. Con un finissimo frontespizio inciso in rame, iniziali e fregi xilografici. Prima edizione. Adimari fu esponente di primo piano della letteratura barocca a Firenze. Bell'esemplare. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Sermao que fez o padre Francisco de Macedo da Companhia de Jesus, na festa de S. Thome Patroeiro da India, na Capella Real desta Cidade de Lisboa

      1637 - Rare sermon on the bravery of the Portuguese in the Asian and African possessions. 1637. Lisbon. Lourenço Craesbeeck. In 4to. 1 + 16 ff. lacking the second preliminary leaf. Modern boards with narrow black calf spine. Minor staining. First edition. The second edition will appear only in Lisbon, 1807. Much of the sermon consists of a pep talk by the Lord to St. Thomas, patron of the Portuguese possessions from East Africa to Indochina, who had complained that the Portuguese were no longer as brave as they used to be. The Lord lists Portuguese possessions in Africa and the East (ff. 7r-8r) and cites famous and not-so-famous figures in Portuguese India (e.g. D. João de Castro, D. Francisco de Almeida, St. Francis Xavier and many martyrs, ff. 8r-10v). He then advises St. Thomas how to defend and rebuild Portuguese power in the East, including specific instructions to avoid sailing during the monsoon season and what type of ships to use (f. 15r). Macedo (1596-1681) became a Jesuit in 1610. The year after this sermon appeared, he was permitted to become a Franciscan. Not in Innocêncio II. Not Barbosa Machado (but mentioning the author, II, 178). Backer-Sommervogel, V, 244-45. Not in Palha. Not in Azevedo-Samodães. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        VALLADOLID, TITULO DE NOTARIO DEL SECRETO DE LA SANTA INQUISICION DE DON FELIPE DE LA ESPADA 1637

      - Valladolid. 1637. 43X31. Documento manuscrito de Titulo de Notario del Secreto de la Santa Ynquisición de Valladolid a favor de Felipe de la Espada, una hoja doble folio, sello en seco y firma correspondiente del Inquisidor General. Contiene pequeña polilla (foto). Ref 10.2 Biblioteca A. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Sermao que fez o padre Francisco de Macedo da Companhia de Jesus, na festa de S. Thome Patroeiro da India, na Capella Real desta Cidade de Lisboa

      Rare sermon on the bravery of the Portuguese in the Asian and African possessions. 1637. Lisbon. Lourenço Craesbeeck. In 4to. 1 + 16 ff. lacking the second preliminary leaf. Modern boards with narrow black calf spine. Minor staining.First edition. The second edition will appear only in Lisbon, 1807. Much of the sermon consists of a pep talk by the Lord to St. Thomas, patron of the Portuguese possessions from East Africa to Indochina, who had complained that the Portuguese were no longer as brave as they used to be. The Lord lists Portuguese possessions in Africa and the East (ff. 7r-8r) and cites famous and not-so-famous figures in Portuguese India (e.g. D. João de Castro, D. Francisco de Almeida, St. Francis Xavier and many martyrs, ff. 8r-10v). He then advises St. Thomas how to defend and rebuild Portuguese power in the East, including specific instructions to avoid sailing during the monsoon season and what type of ships to use (f. 15r). Macedo (1596-1681) became a Jesuit in 1610. The year after this sermon appeared, he was permitted to become a Franciscan.Not in Innocêncio II. Not Barbosa Machado (but mentioning the author, II, 178). Backer-Sommervogel, V, 244-45. Not in Palha. Not in Azevedo-Samodães.

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        Ramillete De Plantas.

      Pedro Gómez De Valdiviesso, Burgos 1637 - Portada grabada con un gran escudo de armas - 4 h. - 148 folios y 3 hojas. Completo ejemplar dignamente encuadernado en el siglo XIX a media piel. Papel algo oscurecido por el tiempo. =Fray Esteban de Villa ejerció la farmacia en el hospital de San Juan de Burgos durante el siglo XVII. También fue administrador de la botica del hospital de Sixto III en la misma ciudad. Escribió un conjunto de libros sobre medicamentos de la época y un tratado para la formación de los nuevos boticarios. Burgalés de origen, dedicó gran parte de su vida a la farmacia, tanto la práctica diaria entre morteros y alambiques, como la disertación teórica a través de las cinco obras que publicó, patrimonio literario, que lo convierten en uno de los autores farmacéuticos más destascados del siglo XVII. Size: 4ºmenor [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Interieur de l'eglise de Saint-Laurent a Florence.

      1637. Radierung, 1637, auf Bütten. 25,8:21,4 cm. Literatur: De Vesme-Massar 76, II (von II). Blatt 2 der Folge "Funerailles de l'empereur Ferdinand II.". - Prachtvoller, gratiger Abdruck mit kleinem Rändchen um die Plattenkante.. Dargestellt ist ein Blick in das Hauptschiff der Sankt-Laurentius-Kirche in Florenz. Im Vordergrund stehen fünf Säulen mit auf Sockeln stehenden Skeletten.

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        Facade de l'eglise de Saint-Laurent a Florence.

      1637. Radierung, 1637, auf Bütten. 24:21,7 cm. Literatur : De Vesme-Massar 75, II (von II). Blatt 1 der Folge "Funerailles de l'empereur Ferdinand II.". Prachtvoller, gratiger Abdruck mit kleinem Rändchen um die Plattenkante, etwas braunfleckig. - Sammlerstempel verso nicht bei Lugt.. Dargestellt ist die Fassade der Sankt-Laurentius-Kirche in Florenz. Neben den drei Eingängen stehen vier große Statuen mit bewaffneten Skeletten, davon zwei auf Pferden sitzend.

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        De Claris Legum Interpretibus, Libri Quatuor

      1637. The Interpretation and Construction of Roman and Canon Law Panciroli, Guido [1523-1599]. Panciroli, Ottavio, Editor. De Claris Legum Interpretibus Libri Quatuor. Venice: Apud Marcum Antonium Brogiollum, 1637. [xiv], 509, [56] pp. Quarto (8" x 6"). Contemporary limp vellum, early hand-lettered title to spine. Light soiling, a few minor inkstains, corners and spine ends lightly bumped, worming to pastedowns and free endpapers with some damage to joints, section lacking from front free endpaper, a few signatures loose. Woodcut head-pieces and decorated initials. Some toning to text, a bit heavier in places. Early annotations to front pastedown, owner initials to foot of title page, interior otherwise clean. * First edition. Panciroli's treatise on the interpretation and construction of Roman and canon law was a respected work that went through later editions in 1655 and 1721. Educated at the University of Padua, Panciroli taught there for most of his career. OCLC locates 1 copy in North America of this 1637 first edition at Harvard Law School. Camus, Bibliotheque Choisie des Livres de Droit 45.

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        Ruhe auf der Flucht nach Ägypten.

      um 1637. Radierung auf Bütten. Um 1637. 8,3:13,1 cm. Literatur: Bartsch 8; Bellini 7.- Weicher, sehr guter Druck mit einigen Kratzern in der Platte, mit umlaufenden Rändchen. Rovenienz: Sammlung E. von Bayer, nicht bei Lugt.. Cantarinis Ausbildung begann in Verona bei G.G. Pandolfi (1567-1636). Nach einem kurzen Aufenthalt in Venedig ging er gemeinsam mit Cl. Ridolfi (1560-1644) nach Pesaro, wo er dessen Schüler wurde. Abschließend seit 1635 war er Schüler von G. Reni (1575-1642) in Bologna. Das Studium bei Reni wurde allerdings wohl durch einen Streit zwischen Lehrer und Schüler - Cantarini schien einen anmaßenden Charakter gehabt zu haben - etwa um 1637 jäh beendet. Um 1640/1641 reiste er nach Rom, wo er neben den Meistern der Antike insbesondere die Arbeiten von Raffael (1483-1520) studierte. Nach dem Tod seines Lehrers Reni im Jahr 1642 ließ Cantarini sich schließlich in Bologna nieder, wo er erfolgreich eine eigene Werkstatt betrieb, ging dann aber an den Hof zu Mantua, wohin ihn der Herzog Carlo I. Gonzaga berufen hatte. Jedoch auch hier beendete Cantarinis Unbeherrschtheit und wohl auch Eitelkeit das Arbeitsverhältnis nach kurzer Zeit, weshalb er nach Verona zog. Hier verstarb er im Alter von nur 36 Jahren. Cantarini schuf zahlreiche Gemälde und Zeichnungen meist biblischer Themen, aber er widmete sich auch der Porträtmalerei.

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        Interieur de l'eglise de Saint-Laurent a Florence.

      1637. Radierung, 1637, auf Bütten. 25,8:21,4 cm. Literatur: De Vesme-Massar 76, II (von II). Blatt 2 der Folge "Funerailles de l'empereur Ferdinand II.". - Prachtvoller, gratiger Abdruck mit kleinem Rändchen um die Plattenkante.. Dargestellt ist ein Blick in das Hauptschiff der Sankt-Laurentius-Kirche in Florenz. Im Vordergrund stehen fünf Säulen mit auf Sockeln stehenden Skeletten.

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        Facade de l'eglise de Saint-Laurent a Florence.

      1637. Radierung, 1637, auf Bütten. 24:21,7 cm. Literatur : De Vesme-Massar 75, II (von II). Blatt 1 der Folge "Funerailles de l'empereur Ferdinand II.". Prachtvoller, gratiger Abdruck mit kleinem Rändchen um die Plattenkante, etwas braunfleckig. - Sammlerstempel verso nicht bei Lugt.. Dargestellt ist die Fassade der Sankt-Laurentius-Kirche in Florenz. Neben den drei Eingängen stehen vier große Statuen mit bewaffneten Skeletten, davon zwei auf Pferden sitzend.

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        Excubiae tutelares LX heroum, qui ab anno Ch: DVIII, Theodonem in principatu Boiariae secuti cum elogiis suis et rerum gestarum compendio....

      München, Leysser, 1637.. circa 16,5 x 10 cm. Kupfertitel, 613 SS., 4 Bll., 60 Kupfer-Tafeln von W. Kilian Pergament d. Zt.. Landwehr 151; Praz S. 289; Jantz 635; De Backer/S. II, 265. Erste Ausgabe dieser schön ausgestatteten Chronik der bairischen Fürsten bis Ferdinand Maria, dem das Werk gewidmet ist. Zu den sechzig Biographien jeweils ein Kupfer von Kilian mit einem Porträt in detailreichem, architektonischem Rahmen und darunter ein Emblem mit Motto. Schöne Kombination von Porträt- und Emblemkupfern. - Schönes Exemplar, kleine alte Besitzvermerk teils gelöscht, kaum gebräunt, wenig berieben. Aus der Bibliothek Nordkirchen mit Wappenexlibris.

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        Histoire de Barbarie, et de ses corsaires, diuise´e en six liures. Ou` il est traite´ de leur gouernement, de leurs mœurs, de leurs cruautez, de leurs brigandages, de leurs sortile`ges ... Ensemble des grandes mise`res & des cruels tourmens qu'endurent Le

      Paris : Pierre Rocolet, 1637. Paris: Paris : Pierre Rocolet, 1637. Collation, [44],514,[28]pp, engraved frontis, 1 folding plate, extra small plate bound in between 506/507. Bound in modern black leather, raised bands, leather title label, marble endpapers. Binding in very good clean firm condition. Internally, some persistant light staining, very minor occasional worming, a few minor stain marks, frontispiece strengthened with minor loss on margins. Pages in good condition throughout. Rare book in good condition. A19. Full Leather. Very Good Plus. Quarto.

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        Englalond, Anglia, Anglosaxonum Heptarchia

      London, 1637. London, 1637. Copper engraving, 28.5 x 32.5 cms, recent hand-colour, blank verso. Map of the seven Anglo-Saxon kingdoms engraved by William Hole for the first illustrated edition of Camden’s Britannia, originally published in 1607 with Latin text. Our example accompanied the second edition of the English translation. Map

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        Lincolniae Comitatus ubi olim insederunt Coritani

      London, 1637. London, 1637. Copper engraving, 30 x 35 cms, recent hand-colour, light browning, centrefold split with old repair on verso, lower margin cut close, blank verso. Engraved by William Kip, after Saxton, for the first illustrated edition of Camden’s Britannia, first published in 1607. Map

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