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2017-08-08 12:41:32
LE BRUN, Charles (1619-1690)
Paris: Jacques-François Chereau, early 18th century. The complete set of 20 engravings including title by Sebastien Le Clerc, the Elder (1637-1714), plates 75 x 155 mm, sheets 110 x 190 mm. Good impressions, with margins. Contemporary sprinkled calf, spine gilt. Front hinge repaired. Provenance: purchased from Librairie De Nobele, 1982. Le Brun based his 1688 lecture "Conférence sur l'expression générale et particulière" on René Descartes' theory of the passions (1649), seeking to present a coherent theory of expression. Its influence was vast, published in sixty-three editions and opened art to psycho-physiological interpretation. "Rather than picturing the body as a static image, Le Brun mobilized it by showing how the motion of emotions is written" (Giuliana Bruno, Atlas of Emotions: Journeys in Art, Architecture, and Film, New York, 2002, p. 141). Bound with four other suites of figural studies: Divers Dessins de Figures, 22 engravings including title, ten plates by Stefano Della Bella, (De Vesme 300-303, 305-6, 315, 317-8, 354) - Divers Desseins de Figures et de Paysages pour apprendre a dessiner a la plume, 19 engravings including title by Le Clerc - Varie Figure (L. 201-213, 403-405) by Jacques Callot, 17 etchings including title (final states) - Veues de plusiers petits endroits des Faubourgs de Paris, 32 engraved plates including title, by Le Clerc and others. All suites but the one by Callot published by Chereau. From the Collection of Arthur & Charlotte Vershbow.
Bookseller: Riverrun Books & Manuscripts [USA]
2017-08-07 17:57:58
Birago Francesco.
per Filippo Ghisolfi ad instanza di Gio. Battista Bidelli, 1637. In-8° (cm. 16,5), legatura in p. pergamena coeva rimontata con titolo ms. al dorso (leggermente serrata, titolo ms. al taglio inferiore sbiadito); pp. [24] 328 in ottimo stato, frontespizio figurato in silografia con stemma del dedicatario in testa, ritratto dell'autore a p. pagina inciso in legno da Bianchi; piccoli segni d'uso. Edizione originale non comune di questo famoso libro. Da quando Manzoni ironizzò sulla figura dell'autore, riferendo il concetto che di lui aveva don Ferrante, quest'opera che «avrebbe rovinata l'autorità dell'Olevano» assurse a prototipo dei trattati seicentoschi «in punto d'onore» [I Promessi sposi, cap. XXVII]. Cfr. Gelli 115; Piantanida 289. Buon esemplare.
Bookseller: Gabriele Maspero Libri Antichi
2017-08-06 14:57:06
excudebant Calenzanus & Farronius Socij. In-24° (12,6 x 7 cm), pp. 201, (27), legatura posteriore, probabilmente ottocentesca, in mezza pelle con titoli e filetti in oro al dorso. Normali segni d'uso alla legatura. Tagli blu a spruzzo. Al frontespizio, due piccoli pezzi di carta anticamente incollati, ora parzialmente rimossi, che erano stati applicati per coprire vecchie note d'appartenenza manoscritte, note ora, in parte, visibili: detta carta non compre parti impresse a stampa. Sempre al frontespizio, piccolissimo foro, di millimetri 2 x 1, che non intacca la parte impressa. Al verso della carta che al recto ospita il frontespizio e all'ultima pagina, bianca, note di mano coeva. Alcune notazioni nei margini e, alle pagine dalla 11 alla 39, qualche segnetto in interlinea, di mano coeva, a inchiostro. Nella parte inferiore, bianca, dell'ultima pagina di indice, vecchio intervento di restauro eseguito mediate l'applicazione di una carta di rinforzo, che copre la parola "FINIS". Piccolo lavoro di tarlo alle ultime carte di indice. Legatura un po' stretta, per il resto esemplare ben conservato di rara opera. Si tratta di un'interessante e non comune edizione seicentesca della Regola dell'Ordine dei Minimi, fondato da San Francesco di Paola. Secondo il catalogo del Servizio Bibliotecario Nazionale dell'ICCU, Istituto Centrale per il catalogo Unico, la sola Biblioteca universitaria Alessandrina di Roma possiede un esemplare della presente opera. Titolo e dati tipografici completi: Sacri Minimorum Ordinis S. Francisci a Paula Regulæ fratrum, sororum, & utriusque sexus tertiarior … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Mazzei
2017-08-05 19:02:13
[Roman, Adriaen]
"4°, modern kartonnen band, 24 pag. Knuttel 4540; Krelage pag. 489. Pamflet betreffende de eerste dramatische gebeurtenissen betr. de Tulpomanie te Haarlem op 3-6-1637. B1540.".
Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. VAN DER STEUR
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2017-07-30 08:56:49
STIRLING, William Alexander, Earl of :
London, printed by Thomas Harper, 1637.. FIRST EDITION 1637, small folio in sixes, approximately 270 x 175 mm, 10¾ x 7 inches, divided into 3 parts, engraved architectural title page, the second and third parts with dated letterpress title pages, a few woodcut initials and headpieces, pages: (10), 1-253, (1); (4), 1-326; lacking first and last blank leaves, collation: A-X6, Y8 (-A1); (A2), B-Z6, Aa-Dd6, Ee8 (-Ee8), pagination and collation restarts after the end of Part I and then is continuous to the end of the volume, bound in full speckled calf, expertly rebacked to match, preserving the 2 previous gilt lettered red morocco labels, triple gilt border to covers with small patterned edge, gilt raised bands to spine, gilt inner dentelles (turn ins), all edges red and gilded, marbled endpapers. Leaf inserted after final page with an engraved pictorial emblem: "Societas Georgica Treiensis". Labels slightly dull, corners slightly rubbed and showing cardboard at tips, small bookplate of Charles Tennant on front pastedown, many upper margins trimmed throughout including engraved title page, the latter has a neat repair to the fore-edge margin and to 3 closed tears in the lower margin, A3-A5 repaired at upper corner without loss of printed area, the same leaves and the last 3 leaves slightly dusty in the fore-edge margin, and neat repairs to the tips of the lower corners, 3 pages have some light staining, no loss of legibility, occasional slight small stain or mark to margins, an early ink name in the margin of 2 pages, tiny hole repaired in the text on V3 with loss of 2 letters … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton
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2017-07-29 16:01:45
Vochetius (Vochet), Anastasius
Augsburg, Andreas Aperger, 1637. Mit gestochener Titelvignette und einer gefalteten Kupfertafel (Ansicht von Kloster Herrenchiemsee, gest. von Wolfgang Kilian). Kl.-8vo. (ca. 15,5 x 10 cm). Pergament der Zeit auf Holzdeckeln mit goldgepr. Rückenschild, stilisierten Kreuzen auf Deckeln u. Rücken sowie schwarzen Deckelfileten, 2 intakte Orig.-Metallschließen, 1 Bl., 366 S., 8 (statt 10) Bll. Gier/Janota, Augsburger Buchdruck... S. 661/62 u. 679, Nr. 13. Hirsching I, 209. VD 17: 12:124841L . Auch in diesem Exemplar ist, wie in den Exemplaren der Augsburger Staats- und Stadtbibliothek, (versehentlich ?) eine Ansicht von Kloster Herrenchiemsee eingebunden (statt der Tafel mit Abb. der "Hostia miraculosa" und dem Kloster Hl. Kreuz). Es fehlen die zwei Blätter mit Errata am Schluß des Bandes. - Mit dem seltenen Exlibris von Maximilian Philipp Hieronymus, Prinz von Bayern, Herzog von Bayern-Leuchtenberg (1638-1705) und seiner Gemahlin Mauritia Febronia (1652-1706), geb. de la Tour d'Auvergne zu Bouillon. Eine genaue Beschreibung des Exlibris mit Datierung auf 1670 findet sich bei: Leiningen-Westerburg, Karl Emich Graf zu. "Fürstliche Exlibris". In: Zeitschrift für Bücherzeichen - Bibliothekenkunde und Gelehrtengeschichte. Organ des Ex-Libris-Vereins zu Berlin, Jahrgang III (1893), S. 62. - Gut erhaltenes Exemplar im zeitgenössischen Einband. Pergament leicht fleckig und angestaubt, am Rücken etwas wellig. Innen weitgehend sauber, im Bug am unteren Rand durchgehend mit blassem Wasserrand (unauffällig), vereinzelt leicht stockfleckig. Vorsatz mit altem Buchhandlungsetikett (Paris) u … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dr. Wolfgang Wanzke [Germany]
2017-07-29 16:01:45
Vochetius (Vochet), Anastasius.
Andreas Aperger, Augsburg 1637 - Kl.-8vo. (ca. 15,5 x 10 cm). Pergament der Zeit auf Holzdeckeln mit goldgepr. Rückenschild, stilisierten Kreuzen auf Deckeln u. Rücken sowie schwarzen Deckelfileten, 2 intakte Orig.-Metallschließen, 1 Bl., 366 S., 8 (statt 10) Bll. Sprache: Latein, Mit gestochener Titelvignette und einer gefalteten Kupfertafel (Ansicht von Kloster Herrenchiemsee, gest. von Wolfgang Kilian). Gier/Janota, Augsburger Buchdruck. S. 661/62 u. 679, Nr. 13. Hirsching I, 209. VD 17: 12:124841L . Auch in diesem Exemplar ist, wie in den Exemplaren der Augsburger Staats- und Stadtbibliothek, (versehentlich ?) eine Ansicht von Kloster Herrenchiemsee eingebunden (statt der Tafel mit Abb. der "Hostia miraculosa" und dem Kloster Hl. Kreuz). Es fehlen die zwei Blätter mit Errata am Schluß des Bandes. - Mit dem seltenen Exlibris von Maximilian Philipp Hieronymus, Prinz von Bayern, Herzog von Bayern-Leuchtenberg (1638-1705) und seiner Gemahlin Mauritia Febronia (1652-1706), geb. de la Tour d'Auvergne zu Bouillon. Eine genaue Beschreibung des Exlibris mit Datierung auf 1670 findet sich bei: Leiningen-Westerburg, Karl Emich Graf zu. "Fürstliche Exlibris". In: Zeitschrift für Bücherzeichen - Bibliothekenkunde und Gelehrtengeschichte. Organ des Ex-Libris-Vereins zu Berlin, Jahrgang III (1893), S. 62. - Gut erhaltenes Exemplar im zeitgenössischen Einband. Pergament leicht fleckig und angestaubt, am Rücken etwas wellig. Innen weitgehend sauber, im Bug am unteren Rand durchgehend mit blassem Wasserrand (unauffällig), vereinzelt leicht stockfleckig. Vorsatz mit altem Buchhandlungseti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dr. Wolfgang Wanzke
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2017-07-25 15:29:25
Aedo, Diego de /Modero, Toascio
Madrid, La Imprenta del Reyno/ Torino 1637 - Madrid, La Imprenta del Reyno/ Torino, 1637. In-8 en parchemin d'époque. 4 ff, 210 pp, 1 f. ; 18 pp. Ex-libris de la Bibliothèque de Giuseppe Renato IMPERIALI (1651-1754) Cardinal. Papier bruni et fortes rousseurs. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Lang
2017-07-12 19:03:07
CATS, Jacob (1577-1660)
t' Amsterdam: Hendrick vander Putte, Papier en Boekverkooper op't Water, in de Lootsman, [n.d.]. Vellum. Very Good+. Early eighteenth century edition (based on the imprint) of the Dutch poet and politician's rhymed dissertations on marriage and conjugal fidelity, first published in Dordrecht, in 1637. 16mo: [44], 673, [3]pp, with an engraved title page (in addition to the letterpress title) to the first work, two engraved full-page portraits (one of Anna Maria Schurmans and one of Jacob Cats), and a full-page allegorical engraving, 'Het Derde Deel,' in addition to 51 half-page engravings in the text. Contemporary vellum, with 'J. Cats' in manuscript to the spine. The binding is soiled but sound, the pages and plates clean, but with occasional browning, finger-soiling and mild staining. Marginal loss to S3, affecting neither the text nor the plate on p. 234. Contemporary ownership inscriptions to both fly leaves. Cats was one of the distinguished Dutch writers of Holland's golden age, but his Orangist and Calvinistic opinions set him apart from the liberal school of Amsterdam poets. Still, for nearly two centuries, he enjoyed enormous popularity. In this, perhaps his most important work, Cats treats human behavior and society in all its aspects through the lens of marriage, both human and spiritual (the marriage of Christ and His Church). Examples are taken from the Bible (Adam and Eve, David and Abigail) and from classical and modern authors (Cyrus and Aspasia, Marc Anthony and Cleopatra). Also included are discussions of marriage after rape, the breaking of marriage bonds, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Fine Editions Ltd
2017-07-10 17:52:55
Barclay, John:
Lugd. Batavorum Apud Elzevirios, 1637. 717 S. kl. 8°, Leder mit gestochenemTitelblatt, Kanten etwas berieben, guter Zustand Versandkostenfreie Lieferung
Bookseller: Antiquariat Buchseite
2017-07-09 10:37:39
(Yorkshire) Wright, John, as Seneschall
Manor of Armthorpe, Yorkshire, 1637. 1 vols. 10 1/4 x 5 1/2 inches. Vellum. Some creasing and folds, soiling, mostly on verso, else very good. 1 vols. 10 1/4 x 5 1/2 inches.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller
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2017-07-01 08:02:43
SWAMMERDAM, Jan.
Horn & Schenkling 21796; Schierbeek, Swammerdam, p. 45 ff.; Wood, p. 589; cf. DSB XIII, pp. 168-175. First edition of Jan Swammerdam's (1637-1680) last entomological work published during his life. A study on the mayfly under the influence of the Flemish mystic Antoinette Bourignon. On the one hand a careful scientific study, but on the other hand with moral and ethical conclusions on men's existence and behaviour. The work opens with a letter in French and Dutch from Antoinette Bourignon, and includes several poems. With the ownership's inscription of Johannes van Rijckevorsel (1654-1732?), a modern illustration of Van Rijckevorsel as painted by W. van den Eertbruggen and 19th-century owner's or bookseller's notations on the second flyleaf. Good copy.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM BV
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2017-07-01 08:02:43
SWAMMERDAM, Jan
Horn & Schenkling 21796; Schierbeek, Swammerdam, p. 45 ff.; Wood, p. 589; cf. DSB XIII, pp. 168-175. First edition of Jan Swammerdam's (1637-1680) last entomological work published during his life. A study on the mayfly under the influence of the Flemish mystic Antoinette Bourignon. On the one hand a careful scientific study, but on the other hand with moral and ethical conclusions on men's existence and behaviour. The work opens with a letter in French and Dutch from Antoinette Bourignon, and includes several poems. With the ownership's inscription of Johannes van Rijckevorsel (1654-1732?), a modern illustration of Van Rijckevorsel as painted by W. van den Eertbruggen and 19th-century owner's or bookseller's notations on the second flyleaf. Good copy.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM BV
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2017-07-01 01:39:25
SWAMMERDAM, Jan.
- Horn & Schenkling 21796; Schierbeek, Swammerdam, p. 45 ff.; Wood, p. 589; cf. DSB XIII, pp. 168-175. First edition of Jan Swammerdam's (1637-1680) last entomological work published during his life. A study on the mayfly under the influence of the Flemish mystic Antoinette Bourignon. On the one hand a careful scientific study, but on the other hand with moral and ethical conclusions on men's existence and behaviour. The work opens with a letter in French and Dutch from Antoinette Bourignon, and includes several poems. With the ownership's inscription of Johannes van Rijckevorsel (1654-1732?), a modern illustration of Van Rijckevorsel as painted by W. van den Eertbruggen and 19th-century owner's or bookseller's notations on the second flyleaf. Good copy. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM BV
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2017-06-30 18:40:12
Johannes JANSSONIUS (1588-1664)
Carta geografica dell'Artico edita per la prima volta nel 1637. Sono rappresentate le nuove scoperte nella reegione polare, riportate dalle esplorazioni nell'area tra la fine del XVI e gli inizi del XVII secolo. Incisione in rame, bellissima coloritura coeva, ottimo stato di conservazione. This beautiful map, originally published in 1637, eventually replaced Hondius' map of the North Pole and became the prototype for many later maps including those of Blaeu. This map incorporates the discoveries made by Captain Thomas James along the southern and western shores of Hudson Bay in 1631-2. The delineation on Russia's Arctic coast is derived from the information from Willem Barents' exploration of 1596-7. The English explorer Hugh Willoughby has a small island named after him off the coast of Lapland (Sir Hugo Willoughby's Landt). Willoughby captained an expedition of three ships to find a Northeast Passage in 1553, but two of the ships were ripped away during a storm. Willoughby and his crew from the two ships died and were found on Novaya Zemla the following year, with his journal. The third ship with his second-in-command Richard Chancellor made it to Russia. Rhumb lines radiate from the North Pole and several compass roses embellish the chart. A large title cartouche, with two figures and numerous wind heads, conveniently hide the northwest coast of America. The map is further decorated with ships and a cartouche with Jansson's imprint, which depicts men in parkas, a polar bear and foxes. This example is the fourth state of the plate with Nova Zemla connected to the mainland … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2017-06-29 11:41:13
INGOLSTADT:
Kupferstich v. Merian aus Theatrum Europäum, 1637, 23 x 32 Hofmann/Reißmüller Abb. 47, Kat. 26.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck [Berlin, B, Germany]
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2017-06-29 11:03:57
Barclay, John:
Lugd. Batavorum Apud Elzevirios, 1637. 717 S. mit gestochenemTitelblatt, Kanten etwas berieben, guter Zustand Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1100 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Buchseite [Wien, WIEN, Austria]
2017-06-29 11:03:57
Barclay, John
Lugd. Batavorum, Elzevirios 1637. 717 p. Contemporary folding Vellum, 12° (Anti-Jesuit satire by the author John Barclay (1582-1621), and immediately placed by the Pope on the Index of forbidden books. Willems, 452).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Roo
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2017-06-29 11:03:57
Barclay, John
Lugd. Batavorum, Elzevirios 1637 - 717 p. Contemporary folding Vellum, 12° (Anti-Jesuit satire by the author John Barclay (1582-1621), and immediately placed by the Pope on the Index of forbidden books. Willems, 452)
Bookseller: Antiquariaat de Roo
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2017-06-23 13:45:05
Leonardus Lessius (Leonardi Lessii) (Lenaert Leys; 1 October 1554, Brecht – 15 January 1623 Leuven)
Lutetiæ Parisiorum: Sumptibus viduæ Ioannis Meiat, è regione D. Hilarij, sub signo Bonæ fidei., 1637. Leonardi Lessii Societ. Iesu theologi Opuscula varia in vnum corpus redacta.-Quorum indicem quinta pagina Inuenies- by Leonardus Lessius (Leonardi Lessii) (Lenaert Leys; 1 October 1554, Brecht – 15 January 1623 Leuven)- Jesuit moral theologian and a pioneer in Business ethics.- Engraved Device (I. Briot. fecit) (Isaac Briot) Head and Tail Pieces- Briot, Isaac, 1585-1670, engraver.- Sumptibus viduæ Ioannis Meiat, è regione D. Hilarij, sub signo Bonæ fidei.- Lutetiæ Parisiorum- 1637- 1st Thus- title- 2nd Theologi Opuscula- 1st of 1626- Titled: Opuscula.- Hardcover:- Folio, Good antiqurian condition- Original 3/4 leather and cloth, 6 raised bands on spine, one panel black leather and gilt title- rubbed at corners, chipped at spine, hairline cracks at spine edges, boards still attached and relatively solid, textblock square and tight- Pagination: blank blank, [6ff], 1-725, [11ff] blank, blank. Page errors- 333 misprint as 233, 609 as 611, 610 as 612, 611 as 609, 612 as 610, 644 as 444, 645 as 445, 681 as 981 and 723 as 623.- Collation: ã6, A-T6, X-Rrr6.- Complete!- Conforms to copy at University of Oxford, UK: Description [12], 725, [23] p. fol. Notes T.p. printed in red and black. . 1st Thus. 3/4 Leather & Cloth. Good/No Jacket as Issued. Illus. by Engraved Device (I. Briot. fecit) (Isaac Briot) Head and Tail Pieces. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.
Bookseller: jakoll
2017-06-21 22:15:05
Cowell, John (1554-1611)
London: William Sheares, 1637. Second edition, 1637. First published 1610. Early law dictionary in what appears to be the original or contemporary binding. Full brown leather with blind ruled lines to covers and spine, but with title, author and some subtle decorations added in neat handwriting with a gilt pen probably in the 20th century, and what appears to be 18th or early 19th century decorative gilt borders around the far outer edges of the front cover. Unpaginated, 7.75" tall, about 1.75" thick. Pastedown endpapers present but separated with fragments of older printed text in English visible between covers. Some external wear and chipping, binding sound with one gathering slightly loosened, very minor insect damage to the far top inner margins throughout most of the book, some old initials on what is now the exposed verso of the front pastedown along with a large rubber stamped "BOND" in purple, and a more modern name and address stamp in blue on the verso of the title page - which unfortunately bleeds through to the top of the title page, just above and to the right of the title, page age-toned but generally very clean with additional darkening and dampstaining to the title page and preface. The author's name, Cowell, is neatly handwritten on the upper outside corner of the text block.. Hard Cover. Fair. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.
Bookseller: Resource Books, LLC
2017-06-21 22:15:05
John Cowell
London: Printed [by Augustine Mathewes] for William Sheares, 1637. Modern 3/4 calf over marbled boards, light browning, the margins cut a bit close, occasional minor worming, else well preserved; the Taussig copy Second edition of Cowell's controversial yet highly regarded law dictionary (and the first entirely in English), banned and burnt by Royal proclamation upon its appearance for its absolutist definitions offending the Commons and disavowed by James
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc.
2017-06-21 18:48:49
BASTIDE, Martin de la.
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. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM BV [Houten, Netherlands]
2017-06-21 12:42:38
ohne Orts- und Jahresangabe (Nürnberg: Paul Fürst -1638), 1637. Original-Kupferstich aus Daniel Meisner's (1585-1625) "Schatzkästlein" auf Büttenblatt mit Sinnspruch unten, Plattengröße 9,7 x 14,6 cm auf Büttenblatt ca. 16 x 18,5 cm, Plattennummer 36, im Vordergrund allegorische Darstellung, unter der bildlichen Darstellung Sinnspruch in Latein und Deutsch sauberer und sehr gut erhaltener kräftiger Abzug, unter Passepartout und Glas in massivem Echtholzrahmen gerahmt, sehr seltenes Blatt in exzellenter Erhaltung - großer und/oder schwerer Artikel mit zusätzlichen Kosten für Versand und Versicherung - heavy and/or oversized item with additional costs for shipping and insurance - please ask us before you order this article 2100 gr. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: historicArt Antiquariat & Kunsthandlung [Wiesbaden-Breckenheim, Germany]
2017-06-18 14:19:18
P. IVES de PARIS , Capucin [ Charles DE LA RUE 1588 - 1678 ]
Paris . Chez la veuve Nicolas BUON , Ruë Sainct Jacques . 1637 . Tome Quatrieme ( sur 4 ) . Un volume in- 4 , 17,3 x 23,3 cm , reliure époque pleine basane , dos à nerfs , encadrement d'un double filer sur les plats . 8 pages + 755 pages + 15 pages de table . Superbe vignette de l'imprimeur . Dos défraichi avec petit manque . Un travail de ver en marge de la table , sinon exemplaire de toute fraicheur , à trés grandes MARGES . IVES de PARIS, moraliste , méne une Croisade contre les " libertins " de la religion , dont POMPONAZZI , pourtant mort en 1525 !!! . [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: LA FRANCE GALANTE [Saint MARTIN sur LAVEZON, France]
2017-06-17 14:22:08
NOVARIO GIOVANNI MARIA
Domenico Maccarani,, Napoli, 1637. 2 voll. in folio rilegati insieme. Pp. (28), 228, (28 con le ultime 2 bb.); (12), 97, (13), manca l'ultima c.bianca, frontespizi con diversa marca editoriale, fregi e iniziali xilogr. n.t., ex libris novecentesco incollato sul primo frontesp.; Pergamena coeva, dorso con nervi, tassello posteriore cartaceo con titolo, qualche mancanza al dorso, cerniere allentate e minori difetti. Ottimo esemplare, qualche sporadica arrossatura e alcuni forellini marghinali di tarlo. Rare edizioni originali. (Sapori, 2129) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Fortebraccio [Firenze, FI, Italy]
2017-06-12 15:54:23
SAXTON / HOLE:
SAXTON / HOLE 1637. Original Engraved Hand Coloured Map. Framed in gold wooden frame, mounted in grey, behind glass. Map size 13.5 x 11 inches. Total size 23.5 x 17 inches. In very good condition. Some minor darkening and one or two darker patches. Else a very clean and bright example.
Bookseller: PROCTOR / THE ANTIQUE MAP & BOOKSHOP [DORCHESTER, United Kingdom]
2017-06-09 15:50:10
Beverwyck, Jan van
Ludg. Batav. [Leiden]: ex officina Elserviriorum, 1637. First edition, small 8vo, pp. [8], 390, [10]; title page in red and black with woodcut printer's device; 19th century green calf-backed marbled boards, smooth gilt-decorated spine laid out in 5 compartments, gilt-lettered direct in 1; very good, sound copy. A series of quotations from ancient authors divided under the headings of physiology, dietetics, symptomatology and therapeutics, among others. Copinger 363; Willems 453. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB) [St. Paul, MN, U.S.A.]
2017-06-07 13:17:54
BREITHAUPT, Adolphine
8. VIII, 57 S., 1 S., 4 Bl. Illustr. OLwd. Etwas berieben und bestossen. Leicht fingerfleckig sonst gutes Exemplar. ERSTAUSGABE. Weiss 497 (mit Abb. des Einbandes) - Methler 1637 - Alicke 3219. Adolphine Breithaupt (1829 - 1897).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Kochkunst Bibliothek
2017-06-07 11:50:32
Various
Amsterdam: Johannum Blaeu, 1637. Amsterdam: Johannum Blaeu. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1637. First Edition. Hardcover. 698 pages; The Delitiae Poetarum Scotorum huius aevi illustrium (DPS, Amsterdam, 1637) is the most important of these neglected texts. A 1,272 page 2 volume anthology of 37 of Scotland's neo-Latin poets. Offered here is volume I only and comprised of 698 pages. Scoto-Latin, along with Scots and Gaelic, were the primary languages of Jacobean Scotland. Rebound as part of a poetry collection in lined 18th century calf leather with red and black spine titles in morocco. Spine title is "Tome I, A-I ". 5" x 2.75". This, now rare, volume has been the object of considerable studies which can be referenced on line. .
Bookseller: poor man's books (mrbooks) [Vineland, NJ, U.S.A.]
2017-06-07 11:50:32
Johnston (Arthur, editor)
Joan Blaeu. FIRST EDITION, 2 parts in 1 vol., woodcut printer's device on the title-pages to both parts, pp. 699; 578, [2], 12mo, original vellum, the spine re-lettered (with bad Latinity) the original lettering having faded, overlapping fore-edges, slightly soiled, headbands present but separated fron textblock, armorial Abercairny bookplate inside front cover, that of Robert J. Hayhurst opposite, good. 'Seven tenths of this remarkable national anthology consists of selections from the works of men of the N.E. of Scotland . The collection is generally estimable and drew high praise from Dr. Samuel Johnson [it 'would have done honour to any nation', he said] and other competent critics' (Bib. Aberdonensis). 'The change [in Sir John Scot of Scotstarvit's political career] no doubt partly reflected Scot's increasing absorption in the advancement of two major schemes of patriotic publication. The Amsterdam publisher Blaeu was producing a series of volumes devoted to the modern Latin verse of particular countries, and Scot recruited the Aberdeen poet Arthur Johnston to edit a Scottish contribution. Work began in the 1620s, and culminated in the two-volume Delitiae poetarum Scotorum (1637), which included some of Scot's own verse. Scot's commitment to the work was demonstrated by the fact that he visited Amsterdam to help see the work through the press, as well as paying the entire cost of printing . [Scot's] main claim to fame, however, is the literary and scholarly publications which he sponsored, outstanding given the general poverty of such patronage in Scotland in the perio … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Blackwell's Rare Books ABA ILAB BA [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2017-06-06 16:56:33
Drayton, Michael
Printed for John Smethwick, London 1637 - [xiv], 487, [1] pages. Here bound without the initial blank leaf. An additional portrait of Drayton has been added. ESTC S109927. Bound in more modern full leather. Scuff to the front board. Closely trimmed in places, but with no loss of text. Staining to the final few pages. The engraved title page by William Marshall. Bookplate of Christopher Rowe to the front pastedown. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Stephen Rench
2017-06-06 16:56:33
Drayton, Michael
Printed for John Smethwick, London, 1637. [xiv], 487, [1] pages. Here bound without the initial blank leaf. An additional portrait of Drayton has been added. ESTC S109927. Bound in more modern full leather. Scuff to the front board. Closely trimmed in places, but with no loss of text. Staining to the final few pages. The engraved title page by William Marshall. Bookplate of Christopher Rowe to the front pastedown. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Stephen Rench [Shipston on Stour, United Kingdom]
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2017-06-03 13:57:04
Meisner Daniel
1637. Piccola pianta planimetrica prospettica della città emiliana
Bookseller: Libreria Trippini Sergio
2017-05-26 08:59:09
NISENO, Fr. Diego
1637 - Grabado de gran escudo episcopal por "I. de Courbes F.". Madrid, en la oficina tipografica de María Quiñones, A espensas de Pedro Coelllo Mercader de libros. 1637. En 4º, encuadernación de época en pergamino, 11 h., incluso portada, 252 folios, 20 hojas. Primera edición. Palau, 191831. Papel tostado y manchas de humedad en varias hojas y desgastado en las esquinas en el primer tercio del total. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: C.M.Garrido [Spain]
2017-05-25 18:24:34
Heliodorus Emesenus
Leiden van der Maerse. 2 (weiße) Blätter, 12 Blätter (incl. gestochenem Titel), 537 Seiten, 5 Blätter. Mit fünf durchgezogenen Pergamentbändern gehefteter Pergamentband der Zeit mit seitlich überstehenden Schutzkanten. (13,2 x 7,8 cm, bzw. 12,1 x 6,8 cm; Buchblock: 2,6 cm) 12°. Willems 1609 ("12 ff. limin., y compr. le titre gravé. - 537 pp. - 11 pp. n. ch. Traduction latine du roman des Éthiopiques, que l'on peut joindre à l'Achilles Tatius cité ci-après (n° 1611). C'est la version de Stan. Warschewiczki, parue d'abord à Ursel, Ursellis, 1601, in-8. Le volume, très bien exécuté, sort des presses de G. vander Marse."). Minzloff S. 116 ("Elzevir induitable."). Vergl. Brunet V, col. 1752. Berghman 1152 ("Édition rare et fort jolie. C'est une traduction latine du roman des Éthiopiques, faite par Stan. Warschewiczki."). Motteley (1824) 1143. Lengertz 355. Thulins 148, 213. EHC 16.1637.Hel.00. Schweiger 1, 131. Graesse III, 235. Weddigen 147. Der Pergamentband mit leichten Alters- und Gebrauchsspuren, etwas angeschmutzt und sperrig. Auf dem Rücken von jüngerer Hand der Verfasser notiert. Innen, bis auf die größeren Wurmspuren zwischen den Seite 395 und 453, meist im oberen weißen Rand, teilweise aber auch mit etwas Buchstabenverlust in den ersten beiden Zeilen, recht gut erhalten. Der Vortitel auf Blatt 2 lautet "VENERI ET CVPIDINI HVMANAE. VITAE. CONSERVATORIBVS. SVAVISSIMIS, HELIODORI. EPISCOPI TRICENSIS. AETHIOPICA AMORIS. OMNIS. ET FESTIVITATIS DELITIAE SACRA. SVNTO", der Zwischentitel auf der unpaginierten Seite 1 lautet: "HELIODORI ÆTHIOPICORUM LIBRI X." Der Roman "Aethiop … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Heinrich Heine Antiquariat oHG [Düsseldorf, NRW, Germany]
2017-05-24 13:55:57
Bonnart, Nicolas et Robert
BONNART, Nicolas (1637-1718) [et] BONNART, Robert (1652-17??). [Les douze mois de l’Année]. Très belle suite d’estampes gravées à l’eau forte et au burin, représentant les douze mois de l’année, dans un très beau coloris de l’époque rehaussé d’or et d’argent. Né en 1637, Nicolas Bonnart grave à partir des années 1660, avant de s’établir à l’enseigne de L’Aigle, rue Saint-Jacques, où il publie un grand nombre d’estampes. Ces estampes sont d’un grand intérêt pour la connaissance du costume et de la mode sous Louis XIV. Publiées par Nicolas Bonnart, elles sont réalisées d'après les dessins de son frère Robert Bonnart. Colas I, 379  [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE MONSIEUR LE PRINCE [Paris, France]
2017-05-24 11:16:54
Erfurt. Meissner.
Nürnberg 1637 - Ankolor. Kupferstich. 10x15. Unten mit dem Distichon: Erheb dich nicht mit stoltzem Muht, Wenn du hast Ehr und großes guht. Denn glück ist gläsern, Scheint es klar, So bricht es leichtlich, das ist war. Herrmann 428/10.
Bookseller: Altstadt Antiquariat Bode
2017-05-24 07:49:29
GUIDICCIONI LELIO
IN ROMA, APRESSO MANELFO MANELFI, 1637, pp. XXVI-692.
Bookseller: Libreria 3 Libretti Sul Como' [IT]
2017-05-23 12:30:05
LOREDAN, Gio. Francesco
Sarzina, 1637. In 4°, pp. (8), 130, (20). Ritratto di papa Alessandro III al verso della c. *4. Marche tipografiche incise sul frontespizio e sul verso della penultima carta. Pergamena floscia dell'epoca con legacci in raso verde. Buona copia. Prima edizione.
Bookseller: Libreria antiquaria Atlantis
2017-05-22 13:23:33
GODEAU Antoine
- chez Jean Camusat, à Paris 1637, petit in-12 (13,4x8cm), 221 p., relié. - Première édition, ornée d'un titre frontispice. Privilège de décembre 1636. Plein Vélin d'époque , dos muet. Le livre commence curieusement à la page 317 , peut-être parce que l'éditeur concevait-il un autre livre avec l'ensemble des paraphrases sur les épîtres ? Antoine Godeau (1605-1672), évêque de Grasse, poète et exégète , à partir du moment où il devint prêtre (le 16 mars 1636) puis evêque nommé par Richelieu, Godeau abandonna la littérature et se tourna vers les écrits religieux. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Première édition, ornée d'un titre frontispice. Privilège de décembre 1636. Reliure en plein vélin d'époque, dos muet. Le livre commence curieusement à la page 317, peut-être parce que l'éditeur concevait-il un autre livre avec l'ensemble des paraphrases sur les épîtres ? Antoine Godeau (1605-1672), évêque de Grasse, poète et exégète, à partir du moment où il devint prêtre (le 16 mars 1636) puis evêque nommé par Richelieu, Godeau abandonna la littérature et se tourna vers les écrits religieux.
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet
2017-05-21 10:59:10
[Stift Heiligenkreuz]. - Michael Schnabl, Abt (fl. um 1650).
1637. 1 S. Qu.-8vo. Michael Schnabel, geboren im niederösterreichischen Pfaffstätten, wurde 1637 Abt von Heiligenkreuz und versah diese Tätigkeit bis zu seinem Tod 1658. Zudem war Schnabel Generalvikar des Zisterzienserordens.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris
2017-05-20 22:29:32
VELAZQUEZ IOAN. ANTONII.
Boissat, 1637. In 4°, p. perg., cc.nn. 33 + pp. 480 + cc.nn. 16 di Index Locorum. Nervi. Front. fig. e stampa con inchiostro rosso e nero. Testate, finaline, capilettere. Gora al marg. inf.
Bookseller: Libreria Cicerone M.T.
2017-05-20 06:45:07
Perez de Montalvan Juan
Cristoforo Tommasini, 1637. In 8° (15 x 10). Pp. (8), 340. Marca tipografica al titolo. Bella copia genuina leggermente ingiallita nella sua legatura pergamena floscia. Prima traduzione, estremamente rara, redatta da Biagio Cialdini. E’ una importante raccolta di novelle composta dal letterato madrileno (1602-1638) che fu tra gli autori di ambito teatrale più controversi del XVII secolo. Le sue opere in passato sono state anche attribuite a Lopez de Vega. Una di queste (La Maggior confusione) si riferisce a un doppio incesto. GRAESSE, IV-582 cita solo traduzioni posteriori. TODA Y GUELL, Bibliografía espanyola d'Itàlia, n.3368. Questa edizione non in MICHEL-MICHEL e BL-STC Italian XVII C. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: LIBRERIA ANTIQUARIA PIEMONTESE [TORINO, Italy]
2017-05-19 21:11:41
STIRLING, William Alexander, Earl of.:
London, printed by Thomas Harper, 1637. FIRST EDITION 1637, small folio in sixes, approximately 270 x 175 mm, 10¾ x 7 inches, divided into 3 parts, engraved architectural title page, the second and third parts with dated letterpress title pages, a few woodcut initials and headpieces, pages: (10), 1-253, (1); (4), 1-326; lacking first and last blank leaves, collation: A-X6, Y8 (-A1); (A2), B-Z6, Aa-Dd6, Ee8 (-Ee8), pagination and collation restarts after the end of Part I and then is continuous to the end of the volume, bound in full speckled calf, expertly rebacked to match, preserving the 2 previous gilt lettered red morocco labels, triple gilt border to covers with small patterned edge, gilt raised bands to spine, gilt inner dentelles (turn ins), all edges red and gilded, marbled endpapers. Leaf inserted after final page with an engraved pictorial emblem: "Societas Georgica Treiensis". Labels slightly dull, corners slightly rubbed and showing cardboard at tips, small bookplate of Charles Tennant on front pastedown, many upper margins trimmed throughout including engraved title page, the latter has a neat repair to the fore-edge margin and to 3 closed tears in the lower margin, A3-A5 repaired at upper corner without loss of printed area, the same leaves and the last 3 leaves slightly dusty in the fore-edge margin, and neat repairs to the tips of the lower corners, 3 pages have some light staining, no loss of legibility, occasional slight small stain or mark to margins, an early ink name in the margin of 2 pages, tiny hole repaired in the text on V3 with loss of 2 letters o … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.
2017-05-18 11:20:05
Merian, Matthäus
Merian Matthias, 1637. "Ingolstadt". Gesamtansich über die Donau mit belagerung i. J. 1632. Kupferstich aus Merians Theatrum Europaeum, ca. 1635. Mit kl. herald. Kart. 23,5:32,5 cm. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Antikvariat Krenek [Prag, Czech Republic]
2017-05-17 14:54:36
CATS, Jacob (1577-1660)
t' Amsterdam: Hendrick vander Putte, Papier en Boekverkooper op't Water, in de Lootsman, [n.d.]. Early eighteenth century edition (based on the imprint) of the Dutch poet and politician's rhymed dissertations on marriage and conjugal fidelity, first published in Dordrecht, in 1637. 16mo: [44], 673, [3]pp, with an engraved title page (in addition to the letterpress title) to the first work, two engraved full-page portraits (one of Anna Maria Schurmans and one of Jacob Cats), and a full-page allegorical engraving, 'Het Derde Deel,' in addition to 51 half-page engravings in the text. Contemporary vellum, with 'J. Cats' in manuscript to the spine. The binding is soiled but sound, the pages and plates clean, but with occasional browning, finger-soiling and mild staining. Marginal loss to S3, affecting neither the text nor the plate on p. 234. Contemporary ownership inscriptions to both fly leaves. Cats was one of the distinguished Dutch writers of Holland's golden age, but his Orangist and Calvinistic opinions set him apart from the liberal school of Amsterdam poets. Still, for nearly two centuries, he enjoyed enormous popularity. In this, perhaps his most important work, Cats treats human behavior and society in all its aspects through the lens of marriage, both human and spiritual (the marriage of Christ and His Church). Examples are taken from the Bible (Adam and Eve, David and Abigail) and from classical and modern authors (Cyrus and Aspasia, Marc Anthony and Cleopatra). Also included are discussions of marriage after rape, the breaking of marriage bonds, adultery, and the l … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Fine Editions Ltd [U.S.A.]
2017-05-16 21:59:11
Cloppenburg, Johannes
Leiden Elzevier. 4 Blätter, 240 Seiten, 8 Blätter (Index), 2 (weiße) Blätter. (Blockstärke: 1,5 cm). Vorgebunden: [Grotius, Hugo:] SENSVS LIBRORVM SEX, QUOS PRO VERITATE RELIGIONIS CHRISTIANAE BATAVICE SCRIPSIT HUGO GROTIUS. PARISIIS (Paris). Apud JACOBVM RVART (Jacob Ruart) MDCXXVII (1627). 4 (weiße) Blätter, 1 Blatt (Titel), 1 (weißes) Blatt, 201 Seiten, 1 Blatt (Errata). (Blockstärke: 1 cm). Gesamtkollation: 4 (weiße) Blätter, 1 Blatt, 1 (weißes) Blatt, 202 Seiten, 1 Blatt, 4 Blätter, 240 Seiten, 8 Blätter, 2 (weiße) Blätter. Pergamentband der Zeit, mit fünf durchgezogenen Pergamentstreifen geheftet und mit überstehenden seitlichen Schutzkanten. Handschriftlicher, auf den Grotius-Teilband verweisender Rückentitel. (12,5 x 7,5 cm, bzw. 12 x 7 cm; Buchblock: 2,5 cm) 12°. Pieters 195 (S. 124). Willems 455. Winterthur 206. Vergl. Brunet V, col. 1721. Goldsmid I, 92. Rahir 451. Berghman 36. Socoloff I A 126. Copinger 954. Motteley (1824) 2134. Lengfeld 495. EHC 12.1637.Clo.00. Weddigen 053. Ter Meulen/ Diermanse 945 [für Grotius !] ("Les nos 944 [Leiden, J. Maire 1627] et 945 appartiennent au même tirage."). Der Pergamentband ist insgesamt etwas fleckig und leicht angeschmutzt, sowie minimal verzogen. Spätere Besitzeinträge auf dem vorderen Innendeckel und fliegendem Vorsatz, sowie auf dem hinteren Innendeckel ausradiert. Die Deckelinnenbezüge und die fliegenden Vorsätze wegen technischer Fehlkonstruktion des Einbandes durch "Aushebeln" etwas beschädigt, dennoch alles in allem ein hübscher Sammelband der Zeit. Der angebundene Grotius-Text ist eine lateinische Neubearbeitung d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Heinrich Heine Antiquariat oHG [Düsseldorf, NRW, Germany]
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