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        Der Darmstädter Hitda-Codex. Faksimile

      Der Darmstädter Hitda-Codex. Bilder und Zierleisten aus der Handschrift 1640 der Hessischen Landes- und Hochschulbibliothek. Mit Erläuterungen von Peter Bloch und einem Vorwort von Erich Zimmermann. Propyläen-Faksimile. Eins von nur 450 Exemplaren, hier die Nummer 293. Ullstein Verlag, Propyläen, Frankfurt am Main und Berlin 1968 Format: Folio 1 Band, 113 Seiten und Tafeln. Die 58 Miniaturen, Text- und Schrifttafeln wurden nach dem Original hergestellt und die Wiedergabe erfolgte in Originalgröße und wurde auf Bütten montiert. Einband: Original-Halbleder und Leinen mit blindgeprägtem Deckelsignet und goldgeprägtem Rückentitel im Original-Leinenschuber. Für den Druck der Tafeln wurde ein doppelt gestrichenes Kunstdruckpapier verwendet, für den des Textes ein eigens angefertigtes Hahnemühle-Bütten. Die Bindearbeiten übernahm die Handbuchbinderei Willy Pingel, Heidelberg Zustand Faksimile-/Textband: tadellos Zustand Schuber: Leichte Lager-/Gebrauchsspuren (teilweise leicht nachgedunkelt) Gegenstand dieses Angebots ist der oben beschriebene Artikel mit Fotos. Versandkosten ins Ausland auf Anfrage. Bei mehreren Käufen werden die günstigsten Versandkosten ermittelt. Der Verkauf erfolgt unter Ausschluß jeglicher Garantie u. Gewährleistung, da Privatverkauf. Hinweis: Das angebotene Buch ist antiquarisch und keine Neuware. Dieses Buch kann in allen möglichen Umgebungen gestanden und gelegen haben, in denen Gerüche aller Art, wie Autoabgase und Tabakqualm u.a., die Luft bereicherten. Auch können die Waren auf dem Transportweg mit Abgasen und Rauch in Kontakt kommen (Logistikfahrzeuge und Lagerräumlichkeiten). Weiter besteht die Möglichkeit, daß das eine und andere behaarte Haustier sich in der Nähe der Ware aufgehalten hat, ja, sogar Menschen mit allerlei Parfümgerüchen. Offensichtliche Gerüche wie Moder- und Kellergerüche, falls vorhanden, sind beschrieben. Für alle anderen Gerüche kann ich keine Gewähr übernehmen. Wer Neuware verlangt, sollte sich auch Neuware kaufen!

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        Regiones Svb Polo Artico

      1640. Magnifico esemplare della importante carta delle regioni settentrionali di Willelm Blaeu. La carta raffigura le recenti scoperte riportate dalle esplorazioni al Polo Nord, tra la fine del XVI e l'inizio del XVII secolo. La Groenlandia presenta molti toponimi costieri e sono rappresentati sia lo Spitsberg che la Nova Zemla. Esempalre tratto da edizione tedesca del "Atlas Major" di Johannes Blaee. Incisione in rame, bellissima coloritura coeva, in perfetto stato di conservazione. A nice example of Blaeu's signature map of the North Polar Regions, with several wonderful cartouches and decorative coat of arms. Wonderful detail, both real and imaginary, throughout the map. The discoveries of the late 16th and early 17th Centuries are plainly in evidence throughout Hudson's Baffin's and Buttons Bay, along with Davis Straits. Greenland has many bays named. Spitsberg and Nova Zemla are shown, but I not in a complete fashion. 8 compass roses and 4 sailing ships. The North Pole is the center of this map which shows the coastlines of the countries in the Artic Circle.The decorative title cartouche is in the upper part of the map with cherubs and personifications of the wind and winter. In the lower right is the map legend surrounded by two Eskimos, a polar bear and a fox. A nice old color example of this highly sought after map, taken from a German edition of "Atlas Major" by Johannes Blaeu. Amsterdam Amsterdam Dimensioni in mm. 535 X 415

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        Insulae Ceyloniae thesaurus medicus, vel Laboratorium Ceylonicum.Amsterdam, Hendrick and Dirk Boom, 1679. 12mo. 18th-century(?) vellum.

      - Landwehr, VOC 840 (2 copies); Krivatsy 6158; STCN (3 copies). First and only edition of a little Latin pocket guide to herbal medicine in Ceylon (now Sri Lanka), with about 120 recipes for medicinal preparations. Piélat (1640?-1681), best known as a teacher and as the author of schoolbooks, produced this little guide largely based on the Dutch Laboratorium chymicum gehouden op het . eylandt Ceylon, written by the Swedish physician Herman Niklas Grim (1641-1711), who worked in service of the VOC (Dutch East India Company).With 2 quires and 2 endleaves browned, the front endleaf also causing some patches on the title-page and 2 following leaves, and with an occasional marginal water stain, but otherwise in good condition. The binding is slightly rubbed and has a couple small stains but is still good.

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        Commentarius in Enchiridion Epicteti, ex libris veteribus emendatus. Cum versione Hieronymi Wolfii, et Cl. Salmasii animadversionibus, et notis quibus Philosophia Stoica passim explicatur & illustratur.Leiden, Johannes Maire, 1640. 4 parts in 1 volume. 4to. With three title-pages. Set in roman, Greek and Arabic types. Contemporary French pointillé binding in the style of "Le Gascon", richly gold-tooled in concentric panels on both covers, and in the six compartments of the spine, the second with the title.

      Breugelmans 1640:17; Smitskamp, Philologia orientalis 322 (part 3); Nave, Philologia Arabica 97 (part 3). A parallel Greek and Latin edition, edited by Daniel Heinsius, of Simplicius's commentaries on Epictetus's Enchiridion. The commentaries are especially valuable for the light they shed on earlier philosophers, some of whose writings have not survived. The second part provides extensive additional notes on Epictetus and Simplicius by Claudius Salamasius (1588-1653). The third and fourth part provide the parallel Greek, Latin and Arabic Tabula Cebetis and Aurea Carmina Pythagoræ by Johan Elichman (c. 1600-1639), with a preface by Salmasius. Maire's presswork and typography is excellent. With an 18th-century letterpress bookplate of "Robert" and a late 19th-century engraved bookplate of Harold George Messel. In very good condition, with only minor browning and water stains, and a couple of spots in the text. The spine with a smal restoration. A very good copy of Heinsius's Simplicius, in a sumptuous binding.

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        Marca d'Ancona olim Picenum

      Amsterdam 1640 - Carta geografica delle marche. Incisione in rame, coloritura coeva, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Testo francese al verso. F. Mariano - A. Volpini, "Le Marche nella Cartografia. XVI-XIX secolo", p. 54 s. 20; G. Mangani - F. Mariano, Il disegno del territorio, p. 140 n.10 Dimensioni 485 380mm

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        Pisa

      Francoforte 1640 - Pianta della città tratta dal Itinerarium Italiae di Martin Zeiler. Le bibliografie delle stampe su Pisa datano erroneamente la pianta al 1646, anno nel quale viene introdotta nel Newe archontologia cosmica del Merian, trascurando il fatto che l’opera appare per la prima volta nel libro dello Zeiler del 1640. Incisione in rame, in eccellente stato di conservazione. Dimensioni 268x196. Bibliografia: Pisa, Iconografia a stampa pp. 116-117, 24; Pisa e il suo territorio p. 37, 23. Dimensioni

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        Grondlegginge der teeken-konst, zynde een korte en zeekere weg om door middel van de geometrie of meetkunde, de teeken-konst volkomen te leeren. ... Tweede druk. Including: SEGNER, Johann Andreas. Beschryving van twee verscheide zeer bekwame en zuinige als mede het gezicht bewarende lampen, ...Amsterdam, Gerrit Tielenburg, 1766. 4to. With a engraved illustration on title-page, 8 engraved plates (including one mezzotint) and 6 engravings in text, mostly after designs by the author, and ad 2 with 3 folding engraved plates. Contemporary richly gold-tooled calf, gilt edges.

      Bierens de Haan 2609; Kunst op schrift 137. Second edition of a popular practical manual teaching the art of drawing by the famous Dutch painter Gerard de Lairesse (1640-1711). The book is divided into two parts, the first part teaching young children in 12 lessons the principles of drawing based on geometry, and in the second part a more advanced course is given in 10 so-called "propositions" for professional art students, including a detailed plan for the installation of an Art Academy. Gerard de Lairesse, sometimes called the Dutch Poussin, devoted himself to teaching after he became blind in 1690. Being a classicist, his theories were mainly based on Junius's De pictura Veterum, and on Charles Dufresnoy's De arte graphica, but the practical side of his teaching, based on his own lifelong experience, gives his text books their special interest and importance.The treatise by Segner teaches how to construct lamps which were economic and efficient and also spared the artist's eye-sight. The plates extensively show how to construct such lamps as well as their oil-reservoirs. Slightly browned, with some faint, marginal foxing on only a few pages. Binding slightly rubbed along the extremities with some restorations to the spine. A very good copy in attractive binding.

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        \"München\". Gesamtansicht über die Isar, im Vordergrund Übergabe der Stadtschlüssel an Gustav Adolph.

       Kupferstich von M. Merian aus \"Theatrum Europaeum\", um 1640, 22,5 x 32 cm. Vgl. Lentner 493; Fauser 9267. - Aus einer späteren Ausgabe des \"Theatrum\". Selten. - Gustav Adolph mit zahlreichem Gefolge werden von einer Stadtdeputation Urkunden und Schlüssel überreicht. Versand D: 6,00 EUR BAYERN, Oberbayern

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        GRANATA ET MURCIA REGNA.

      c1640, French. 1640 - Copper engraving. Original colour, with later additions. Size: 49 x 37.5 cm. (19½ x 15 inches) Very good condition; wide margins. Expertly restored. Map of Southern Spain, from near Gibraltar to Alicante, Ships at sea, compass points, rhumb lines, two shields, ornamental cartouche, secondary cartouche with scale. French text on verso. Ref: Koeman, Atlantes Neerlandica, Vol I, 6130:1 Koeman, Atlantes Neerlandica I, 6130:1

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        Zeer aanmerkelijke reysen gedaan door Jan Erasmus Reining, meest in de West-Indien en ook in veel andere deelen des werelds. &c. Amsterdam, Jan ten Hoorn, 1691. 4to. With an engraved frontispiece signed by Caspar Luyken and 6 engraved plates (including 2 folding) one by Jan Luyken (unsigned). 18th-century marbled wrappers. In a modern black cloth clamshell box.

      Klaversma & Hannema 1381; Sabin 69119; STCN (5 copies); Tiele, Bibl. 1052. Rare first and only edition of the heroic exploits of the famous Dutch pirate, privateer and naval officer Jan Erasmus Reyning (1640-1697). His close friend, a Curaçao doctor, wrote down his stories and published them. Reyning's adventurous career began at age ten when he went to sea with his father, who was killed in battle when they served on a privateering ship a couple years later. Jan Erasmus was taken prisoner during the Second Anglo-Dutch War (1665-1667), and went into the service of a French plantation on the island of Hispaniola. Around 1667 he became a buccaneer in the jungles around Santo Domingo, and between 1669 and 1672 he appears to have fought as a privateer captain with French or English letters of marque. He and his partner Jelle Lecat worked with such notorious pirates as Roche Braziliano and Henry Morgan. In 1672, with the Netherlands at war with England and France, he left Spanish service to protect the Dutch colony of Curaçao, earning him a reputation as a sort of Robin Hood and the gratitude of the Dutch West India Company. After returning to the Netherlands he served as an officer in the Dutch marine, dying in a storm in the Bay of Biscay in 1697.An object apparently once placed between C1 and C2 left some rust-coloured stains in the text near the gutter margin and there are occasional marginal stains or chips, but the book is still in good condition and only slightly trimmed. A vivid picture of the pleasures and violence of life among pirates of the Caribbean: it would make a good movie.

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        [Portraits and historical scenes from the conquest of Mexico and Central America].[Brussels, Antwerp, ca. 1675-1700]. Folio. Collection of 42 engraved portraits and historical scenes (plus one repeat), (ca. 22 x 18 cm), relating to the Spanish and Portuguese conquest of Mexico and Central America in the 16th century, some signed by Gaspar (Caspar) and Pieter Baltasar Bouttats. In several different elaborate engraved borders. Contemporary vellum.

      Thieme & Becker IV, p. 476; Wurzbach I, p.166; cf. Hollstein (Dutch & Flemish) III, p. 175, no. 20 (mentioning only a few of the plates present in our collection). Unique collection of 18 rare and interesting views and battle scenes plus 24 portraits of Spanish and Portuguese conquistadores and native Kings in wide decorative borders, taken from several series of illustrations used in various historical books on the subject, published around the last quarter of the 17th century or early 18th century in Brussels or Antwerp. The collection includes: 12 unsigned engraved portraits (by Pieter Baltasar Bouttats?); 3 engraved portraits by Pieter Baltasar Bouttats; 9 engraved portraits in ovals by Gaspar Bouttats; 16 engraved views, battle scenes, local folklore of the natives, etc. by Pieter Baltasar Bouttats (6 signed by him); 2 engraved plates from other sources. Gaspar Bouttats (ca. 1640 - ca. 1695) and Pieter Balthasar Bouttats (1666 -1755) were both engravers active in Antwerp and Brussels. Some plates may come from one of J.B. Verdussen's Brussels editions (1706 or 1728) of Antonio de Herrera's 'Historia genaral de las Indias occidentales' (Cf. Palau 114289, Sabin 31545); one probably from Ant. de Solis y Rivadeneyra, 'Historia de la conquista de Mexico' (Brussels, Foppen, 1705).Full list of plates available on request. Binding used, spine damaged; some thumbing, a few tears, portrait of Diego de Almagro torn. Collection in good condition, with all but one plate in clear impressions.

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        Portraits and historical scenes from the conquest of Mexico and Central America].[Brussels, Antwerp, ca. 1675-1700]. Folio. Collection of 42 engraved portraits and historical scenes (plus one repeat), (ca. 22 x 18 cm), relating to the Spanish and Portuguese conquest of Mexico and Central America in the 16th century, some signed by Gaspar (Caspar) and Pieter Baltasar Bouttats. In several different elaborate engraved borders. Contemporary vellum.

      - Thieme & Becker IV, p. 476; Wurzbach I, p.166; cf. Hollstein (Dutch & Flemish) III, p. 175, no. 20 (mentioning only a few of the plates present in our collection). Unique collection of 18 rare and interesting views and battle scenes plus 24 portraits of Spanish and Portuguese conquistadores and native Kings in wide decorative borders, taken from several series of illustrations used in various historical books on the subject, published around the last quarter of the 17th century or early 18th century in Brussels or Antwerp. The collection includes: 12 unsigned engraved portraits (by Pieter Baltasar Bouttats?); 3 engraved portraits by Pieter Baltasar Bouttats; 9 engraved portraits in ovals by Gaspar Bouttats; 16 engraved views, battle scenes, local folklore of the natives, etc. by Pieter Baltasar Bouttats (6 signed by him); 2 engraved plates from other sources. Gaspar Bouttats (ca. 1640 - ca. 1695) and Pieter Balthasar Bouttats (1666 -1755) were both engravers active in Antwerp and Brussels. Some plates may come from one of J.B. Verdussen's Brussels editions (1706 or 1728) of Antonio de Herrera's 'Historia genaral de las Indias occidentales' (Cf. Palau 114289, Sabin 31545); one probably from Ant. de Solis y Rivadeneyra, 'Historia de la conquista de Mexico' (Brussels, Foppen, 1705).Full list of plates available on request. Binding used, spine damaged; some thumbing, a few tears, portrait of Diego de Almagro torn. Collection in good condition, with all but one plate in clear impressions.

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        Commentarius in Enchiridion Epicteti, ex libris veteribus emendatus. Cum versione Hieronymi Wolfii, et Cl. Salmasii animadversionibus, et notis quibus Philosophia Stoica passim explicatur & illustratur.Leiden, Johannes Maire, 1640. 4 parts in 1 volume. 4to. With three title-pages. Set in roman, Greek and Arabic types. Contemporary French pointillé binding in the style of "Le Gascon", richly gold-tooled in concentric panels on both covers, and in the six compartments of the spine, the second with the title.

      Breugelmans 1640:17; Smitskamp, Philologia orientalis 322 (part 3); Nave, Philologia Arabica 97 (part 3). A parallel Greek and Latin edition, edited by Daniel Heinsius, of Simplicius's commentaries on Epictetus's Enchiridion . The commentaries are especially valuable for the light they shed on earlier philosophers, some of whose writings have not survived. The second part provides extensive additional notes on Epictetus and Simplicius by Claudius Salamasius (1588-1653). The third and fourth part provide the parallel Greek, Latin and Arabic Tabula Cebetis and Aurea Carmina Pythagoræ by Johan Elichman (c. 1600-1639), with a preface by Salmasius. Maire's presswork and typography is excellent. With an 18th-century letterpress bookplate of "Robert" and a late 19th-century engraved bookplate of Harold George Messel. In very good condition, with only minor browning and water stains, and a couple of spots in the text. The spine with a smal restoration. A very good copy of Heinsius's Simplicius, in a sumptuous binding.

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        Grondlegginge der teeken-konst, zynde een korte en zeekere weg om door middel van de geometrie of meetkunde, de teeken-konst volkomen te leeren. ... Tweede druk. Including: SEGNER, Johann Andreas. Beschryving van twee verscheide zeer bekwame en zuinige als mede het gezicht bewarende lampen, ...Amsterdam, Gerrit Tielenburg, 1766. 4to. With a engraved illustration on title-page, 8 engraved plates (including one mezzotint) and 6 engravings in text, mostly after designs by the author, and ad 2 with 3 folding engraved plates. Contemporary richly gold-tooled calf, gilt edges.

      Bierens de Haan 2609; Kunst op schrift 137. Second edition of a popular practical manual teaching the art of drawing by the famous Dutch painter Gerard de Lairesse (1640-1711). The book is divided into two parts, the first part teaching young children in 12 lessons the principles of drawing based on geometry, and in the second part a more advanced course is given in 10 so-called "propositions" for professional art students, including a detailed plan for the installation of an Art Academy. Gerard de Lairesse, sometimes called the Dutch Poussin, devoted himself to teaching after he became blind in 1690. Being a classicist, his theories were mainly based on Junius's De pictura Veterum , and on Charles Dufresnoy's De arte graphica , but the practical side of his teaching, based on his own lifelong experience, gives his text books their special interest and importance.The treatise by Segner teaches how to construct lamps which were economic and efficient and also spared the artist's eye-sight. The plates extensively show how to construct such lamps as well as their oil-reservoirs. Slightly browned, with some faint, marginal foxing on only a few pages. Binding slightly rubbed along the extremities with some restorations to the spine. A very good copy in attractive binding.

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        Observations physiques et mathematiques, pour servir a l'histoire naturelle & à la perfection de l'astronomie & de la geographie: envoyées des Indes et de la Chine à l'Académie Royale des Sciences à Paris, par les Peres Jesuites.Paris, Imprimerie Royale (colophon: Jean Anisson), 1692. 4to. With woodcut coat of arms on title-page, 2 double-page engraved maps and 1 engraved plate. Contemporary calf, gold-tooled spine.

      De Backer & Sommervogel III, cols. 1640-1641; WorldCat (6 copies); not in Lust. Rare first edition of an extensive account of several scientific observations made to improve the astronomical and geographical information on regions in China and India. The work contains several reports on China and Siam, made by various Jesuits, including father Richaud who comments on the astronomy and calendar of the Siamese, and François Noël who calculated the longitude and latitude of several villages in China. Other reports concern, among others, Cassini's tables of Jupiter's satellites, Tartary at the frontier with China, a journey from the Junnam province in China to the city of Ava as it was made by some 30,000 Chinese fleeing from Tartary, and observations on a comet that had appeared in 1689. All these reports were collected and provided with commentaries by father Thomas Gouye (1650-1725). The two engraved maps depict a part of India, one showing the course of the river Ganges and the other the course of the river Ava. The engraved plate depicts the different letters and numbers of the Bengali language.With a tiny inscription (shelf mark?) on title-page. Slightly browned, title-page slightly thumbed, some occasional small spots, 1 map water stained in the margins, lower corner of page 63 torn off, but overall in good condition. Leather of the binding a bit cracked, otherwise in very good condition.

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        Commentarius in Enchiridion Epicteti, ex libris veteribus emendatus. Cum versione Hieronymi Wolfii, et Cl. Salmasii animadversionibus, et notis quibus Philosophia Stoica passim explicatur & illustratur.Leiden, Johannes Maire, 1640. 4 parts in 1 volume. 4to. With three title-pages. Set in roman, Greek and Arabic types. Contemporary French pointillé binding in the style of "Le Gascon", richly gold-tooled in concentric panels on both covers, and in the six compartments of the spine, the second with the title.

      - Breugelmans 1640:17; Smitskamp, Philologia orientalis 322 (part 3); Nave, Philologia Arabica 97 (part 3). A parallel Greek and Latin edition, edited by Daniel Heinsius, of Simplicius's commentaries on Epictetus's Enchiridion. The commentaries are especially valuable for the light they shed on earlier philosophers, some of whose writings have not survived. The second part provides extensive additional notes on Epictetus and Simplicius by Claudius Salamasius (1588-1653). The third and fourth part provide the parallel Greek, Latin and Arabic Tabula Cebetis and Aurea Carmina Pythagoræ by Johan Elichman (c. 1600-1639), with a preface by Salmasius. Maire's presswork and typography is excellent. With an 18th-century letterpress bookplate of "Robert" and a late 19th-century engraved bookplate of Harold George Messel. In very good condition, with only minor browning and water stains, and a couple of spots in the text. The spine with a smal restoration. A very good copy of Heinsius's Simplicius, in a sumptuous binding.

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        Observations physiques et mathematiques, pour servir a l'histoire naturelle & à la perfection de l'astronomie & de la geographie: envoyées des Indes et de la Chine à l'Académie Royale des Sciences à Paris, par les Peres Jesuites.Paris, Imprimerie Royale (colophon: Jean Anisson), 1692. 4to. With woodcut coat of arms on title-page, 2 double-page engraved maps and 1 engraved plate. Contemporary calf, gold-tooled spine.

      De Backer & Sommervogel III, cols. 1640-1641; WorldCat (6 copies); not in Lust. Rare first edition of an extensive account of several scientific observations made to improve the astronomical and geographical information on regions in China and India. The work contains several reports on China and Siam, made by various Jesuits, including father Richaud who comments on the astronomy and calendar of the Siamese, and François Noël who calculated the longitude and latitude of several villages in China. Other reports concern, among others, Cassini's tables of Jupiter's satellites, Tartary at the frontier with China, a journey from the Junnam province in China to the city of Ava as it was made by some 30,000 Chinese fleeing from Tartary, and observations on a comet that had appeared in 1689. All these reports were collected and provided with commentaries by father Thomas Gouye (1650-1725). The two engraved maps depict a part of India, one showing the course of the river Ganges and the other the course of the river Ava. The engraved plate depicts the different letters and numbers of the Bengali language.With a tiny inscription (shelf mark?) on title-page. Slightly browned, title-page slightly thumbed, some occasional small spots, 1 map water stained in the margins, lower corner of page 63 torn off, but overall in good condition. Leather of the binding a bit cracked, otherwise in very good condition.

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        Natolia, quae olim Asia Minor.

      Joan Janssonius 1640-43, Amsterdam - Copper engraving, uncolored. In excellent condition.

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        Zeer aanmerkelijke reysen gedaan door Jan Erasmus Reining, meest in de West-Indien en ook in veel andere deelen des werelds. &c. Amsterdam, Jan ten Hoorn, 1691. 4to. With an engraved frontispiece signed by Caspar Luyken and 6 engraved plates (including 2 folding) one by Jan Luyken (unsigned). 18th-century marbled wrappers. In a modern black cloth clamshell box.

      - Klaversma & Hannema 1381; Sabin 69119; STCN (5 copies); Tiele, Bibl. 1052. Rare first and only edition of the heroic exploits of the famous Dutch pirate, privateer and naval officer Jan Erasmus Reyning (1640-1697). His close friend, a Curaçao doctor, wrote down his stories and published them. Reyning's adventurous career began at age ten when he went to sea with his father, who was killed in battle when they served on a privateering ship a couple years later. Jan Erasmus was taken prisoner during the Second Anglo-Dutch War (1665-1667), and went into the service of a French plantation on the island of Hispaniola. Around 1667 he became a buccaneer in the jungles around Santo Domingo, and between 1669 and 1672 he appears to have fought as a privateer captain with French or English letters of marque. He and his partner Jelle Lecat worked with such notorious pirates as Roche Braziliano and Henry Morgan. In 1672, with the Netherlands at war with England and France, he left Spanish service to protect the Dutch colony of Curaçao, earning him a reputation as a sort of Robin Hood and the gratitude of the Dutch West India Company. After returning to the Netherlands he served as an officer in the Dutch marine, dying in a storm in the Bay of Biscay in 1697.An object apparently once placed between C1 and C2 left some rust-coloured stains in the text near the gutter margin and there are occasional marginal stains or chips, but the book is still in good condition and only slightly trimmed. A vivid picture of the pleasures and violence of life among pirates of the Caribbean: it would make a good movie.

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        Observations physiques et mathematiques, pour servir a l'histoire naturelle & à la perfection de l'astronomie & de la geographie: envoyées des Indes et de la Chine à l'Académie Royale des Sciences à Paris, par les Peres Jesuites.Paris, Imprimerie Royale (colophon: Jean Anisson), 1692. 4to. With woodcut coat of arms on title-page, 2 double-page engraved maps and 1 engraved plate. Contemporary calf, gold-tooled spine.

      - De Backer & Sommervogel III, cols. 1640-1641; WorldCat (6 copies); not in Lust. Rare first edition of an extensive account of several scientific observations made to improve the astronomical and geographical information on regions in China and India. The work contains several reports on China and Siam, made by various Jesuits, including father Richaud who comments on the astronomy and calendar of the Siamese, and François Noël who calculated the longitude and latitude of several villages in China. Other reports concern, among others, Cassini's tables of Jupiter's satellites, Tartary at the frontier with China, a journey from the Junnam province in China to the city of Ava as it was made by some 30,000 Chinese fleeing from Tartary, and observations on a comet that had appeared in 1689. All these reports were collected and provided with commentaries by father Thomas Gouye (1650-1725). The two engraved maps depict a part of India, one showing the course of the river Ganges and the other the course of the river Ava. The engraved plate depicts the different letters and numbers of the Bengali language.With a tiny inscription (shelf mark?) on title-page. Slightly browned, title-page slightly thumbed, some occasional small spots, 1 map water stained in the margins, lower corner of page 63 torn off, but overall in good condition. Leather of the binding a bit cracked, otherwise in very good condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Sant’Antonio da Padova

      1640 - Acquaforte, circa 1640, firmata in lastra in basso a sinistra. Esemplare nel terzo stato di tre, edito da Giovanni Giacomo De Rossi. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata al rame o con sottili margini, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Timbro di collezione al verso non identificato (Lugt 518). Etching, 1640 circa, signed on lower left plate. Example in the third state of three, published by Giovanni Giacomo De Rossi. Beautiful work, printed on contemporary laid paper, trimmed to the platemark or with thin margins, in excellent condition. Unidentified collection stamp on verso (Lugt 518). Bartsch 25; Bellini 26 III/III. Dimensioni 173 261mm [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        MÜNCHEN., "München". Gesamtansicht über die Isar, im Vordergrund Übergabe der Stadtschlüssel an Gustav Adolph.

      Kupferstich von M. Merian aus "Theatrum Europaeum", um 1640, 22,5 x 32 cm. Vgl. Lentner 493 Fauser 9267. - Aus einer späteren Ausgabe des "Theatrum". Selten. - Gustav Adolph mit zahlreichem Gefolge werden von einer Stadtdeputation Urkunden und Schlüssel überreicht. BAYERN, Oberbayern

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        Noticia universal de Cataluña, en amor, servicios, y finezas admirable. En agravios, opresiones, y desprecios, sufrida. En Constituciones, privilegios y libertades, valerosa. En alteraciones, movimientos, y debates, disculpada. En defensas, repulsas, y evasiones, encogida. En Dios, Razon, y Armas, prevenida. Y siempre en su fidelidad, constante.

      1640 - s/d. [1640],Sem indicação da tipografia e do local da impressão. ! volume. In-8º, 19,5cm. 208 páginas.Enc. 1ª edição. Segundo Jon Arrieta Alberdi,« La Noticia universal de Cataluña es una magnífica muestra de los asuntos debatidos en ese momento en Cataluña, con largo y detallado recorrido por la historia catalana.» Palau 153498: "Esta obra apareció poco después de la célebre Proclamación Católica de Sala; y, como aquélla, su autor justifica la conducta del Principado de Cataluña en sus sufrimientos por la opresión de Castilla; como todo el escrito está impregnado de un sagrado amor a la patria, tuvo que publicarse esta Noticia anónima y sin pie de imprenta. Pero las iniciales que figuran en la portada leídas al revés, y empezando por la octava, dicen: Don Francisco Marti y Viladamor, Abogado de Barcelona; y las tres últimas, también al revés: Natural de Puigcerdà." Historia de Cataluña. Guerra dels Segadors. Encadernação da época em pergaminho. Folhas de guarda coladas e com escritos antigos. Bom estado. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Libro de la destreza berdadera de las armas ." Manuscript on paper, in Spanish.

      , , 1640. - 4° (25.4 x 18.5 cm.), contemporary limp vellum, worn. Written in ink, in a seventeenth-century hand, large and fairly legible, with copious corrections and annotations. Engravings on 3 leaves: title, author and date within a cartouche on one of opening leaves; portrait of author with his arms, motto, and an inscription; engraved arms (of dedicatee?). Occasional light dampstaining and soiling. Overall very good condition. (5 ll.), 68 ll. [skips 44, text appears complete], 23 ll., (5 ll.), 71 ll. [skips 48, text lacking], (3 ll.), 22 ll. [skips 8, text appears complete], 31 ll. [skips 1-4, 6-7, 17-29 with text lacking, also undetermined amount at end], (6 ll.), 30-44 ll., 24-32 ll., 27-34 ll., (1 l.) [=245 ll.]. *** A very substantial and important unpublished manuscript covering the principles and fundamentals of fencing and tactics to use in specific situations. The manuscript consists of two books: a lengthy "Adbirtencias praticas y primeros principios para el conosimiento de lo que se ubiere de dezir o enseñar en este Libro" in 178 numbered sections; and a shorter "Primeros principios y fundamentos para comensar [?] por nuestros tres caminos." Following this section are two apparently earlier working drafts (and a fragment of a third) of the first book, plus several incomplete drafts of the second book. The sequence of composition is unclear, for each draft includes substantial alterations and additions not present in the others.The substantial corrections and annotations suggest that it is in the hand of the author, and was perhaps being prepared for publication: the opening leaves include a dedication to the Conde de Peñaflor and sonnets addressed to the author (among them several by other fencing masters and another by a physician). The pagination is erratic, and some leaves of the preliminary drafts appear to have been lost (as noted above) or perhaps even discarded intentionally after revision, but the total of 245 leaves approximately corresponds to that given by Palau and Leguina.The title, author, and date of the work are engraved (on ruled lines) within a cartouche on one of the opening leaves. On the following leaf is a naively engraved portrait of the author, with his coat of arms above, the words "Ludovicus Mendes de Carmona nobilissimae totius civitatis Escegae natus etatis sue 66 annorum" around the oval frame, and at the top of the engraving the motto, "Por las armas y las letras se goviernan el mundo." On the next leaf, the dedication, an engraved coat of arms-presumably those of the dedicatee-has been tipped.Little is known of Mendes de Carmona other than that he was born no later than 1574 and was a native of Écija (between Córdoba and Seville). The dedication to the manuscript implies that he was a fencing master in Seville.Provenance: The manuscript described by Palau is noted as having appeared in the Edouard de Beaumont sale (Paris, 6 June 1888), "en aquel Catálogo fué descrito por primera vez." It later sold for 3500 frs. in Paris in 1936. Our manuscript evidently passed through the French book trade: several pencilled notes in French appear on the recto of the front flyleaf, and the words "Vente de Beaumont 1888" are pencilled on the front pastedown.*** Palau 163091n: apparently describing this manuscript ("autógrafo del autor"), with 240 ll. and an engraved title-page, portrait, and coat of arms; he cites the author's name as Luis Méndez de Carmona Tamariz. Leguina 117: apparently describing the same manuscript, with 240 ll. Thimm p. 46: citing the author as Tamaris Méndes de Carmona, and calling for 240 ll. plus a plate with a coat of arms. Gelli, Bibliografia generale della scherma (1895), p. 592. Pardoel, Fencing: A Bibliography (2005), 1712.01. Manuel Valle Ortiz, Nueva bibliografía de la antigua esgrima y destreza de las armas 266. Edouard de Beaumont, Catalogue d'un choix de livres rares et curieux sur l'escrime, l'histoire de l?épée, le duel, la chasse (June 6, 1888) lot 98 (the present copy).

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        Terra di Bari et Basilicata

      Amsterdam 1640 - Carta geografica del barese e della Basilicata. Incisione in rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione, testo olandese al verso. Geographic map depicting the district of Bari and the Region of Basilicata. Copperplate, in excellent condition, Dutch text on verso. Dimensioni 505 385mm

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        EROTOMANIA, OR A TREATISE DISCOURSING OF THE ESSENCE, CAUSES, SYMPTOMES, PROGNOSTICKS, AND CURE OF LOVE, OR EROTIQUE MELANCHOLY

      Oxford: Printed by L. Lichfield, 1640. First Edition in English. First published in Toulouse in 1610, then revised and reissued in Paris in 1623, this discussion of erotic melancholy enraged the Inquisition and inspired Robert Burton. Toulouse-trained physician Jacques Ferrand (b. ca. 1575) defines the symptoms, especially the mood swings from jocumdity to deep melancholy, that accompanied unreasonable passions, and recommends treatments to control them, from diet and rigorous exercise to bloodletting. The Inquisition took issue with Ferrand even discussing astrology, chiromancy, and magic--even though he disparaged their claims--and with his frank discussion of sexual health. Perhaps his biggest offense, in their eyes, was treating erotomania as a physical disorder to be treated by medical means when the Church considered it a sickness of the soul curable only by God and his ministers. Madan notes that "If Robert Burton was acquainted with the first edition of this book, as he may well have been, there can be little doubt that he has taken or imitated the general method and treatment of the subject, in his Anatomy of Melancholy". Burton certainly owned a copy of the Paris 1623 edition (N.K. Kiessling, The Library of Robert Burton, Oxford, 1988, no. 566). The translation here is by Edmund Chilmead (1610-54), a serious scholar of music and a cleric at Christ Church, Oxford, who supplemented his meager income by transcribing music, translating books, and cataloguing the collection of Greek manuscripts at the Bodleian Library.. 145 x 95 mm. (5 3/4 x 3 5/8"). 20 p.l., 363 pp. Translated from the French by Edmund Chilmead. First Edition in English. Contemporary sprinkled sheep, flat spine divided into panels by double blind rules. Front free endpaper with neat early ink inscription in Latin. STC 10829; Madan I, 219. Front joint with one-inch crack at head, leather loose at head of spine, joints a little worn, tail edge of upper cover with thin half-inch hole from worming, extremities rubbed, but the binding still sound. Endpapers with offsetting from turn-ins, front pastedown with repaired three-inch tear, a5 with one-inch smudge affecting the final word on the last three lines of text, light dampstain to head margin throughout, other trivial imperfections, but still a very good copy, generally clean and fresh with no major defects. First published in Toulouse in 1610, then revised and reissued in Paris in 1623, this discussion of erotic melancholy enraged the Inquisition and inspired Robert Burton. Toulouse-trained physician Jacques Ferrand (b. ca. 1575) defines the symptoms, especially the mood swings from jocumdity to deep melancholy, that accompanied unreasonable passions, and recommends treatments to control them, from diet and rigorous exercise to bloodletting. The Inquisition took issue with Ferrand even discussing astrology, chiromancy, and magic--even though he disparaged their claims--and with his frank discussion of sexual health. Perhaps his biggest offense, in their eyes, was treating erotomania as a physical disorder to be treated by medical means when the Church considered it a sickness of the soul curable only by God and his ministers. Madan notes that "If Robert Burton was acquainted with the first edition of this book, as he may well have been, there can be little doubt that he has taken or imitated the general method and treatment of the subject, in his Anatomy of Melancholy". Burton certainly owned a copy of the Paris 1623 edition (N.K. Kiessling, The Library of Robert Burton, Oxford, 1988, no. 566). The translation here is by Edmund Chilmead (1610-54), a serious scholar of music and a cleric at Christ Church, Oxford, who supplemented his meager income by transcribing music, translating books, and cataloguing the collection of Greek manuscripts at the Bodleian Library.

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        Indiae orientalis Nova Descriptio

      Amsterdam 1640 - Importante carta del Sud-Est Asiatico tratto dal Atlas del Janssonius. Incisione in rame, in buone condizioni. An important map of South East Asia, noteworthy for being amongst the first maps to include any information on the discoveries made by the Dutch vessel Duyfkens in New Guinea and the Gulf of Carpentaria in 1605-6. The map also includes Malaysia, Vietnam, the East India Islands, Philippines and Southern China as far as the Pearl River estuary. C. Quirino, Philippine Cartography, p. 104 Dimensioni 500 390mm

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        ISCHIA. - Karte., "Ischia Isola, olim Aenaria".

      Altkol. Kupferstich von J. Janssonius, um 1640, 36 x 46 cm. Schöne und seltene Gesamtkarte mit der Isola di Procida, der Meerenge und dem Festland bei Miseno. Die Städte und wichtige Bauwerke wie Triumphbögen, Festungen, Türme und Aquädukte sind als kleine Ansichten eingezeichnet. Mit drei altkolorierten Kartuschen und drei kleinen Schiffen in der Meerenge. - Breitrandig und im Ganzen leicht gebräunt. Europa, Italien, Landkarten

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        MÜNCHEN. "München". Gesamtansicht über die Isar, im Vordergrund Übergabe der Stadtschlüssel an Gustav Adolph.

      - Kupferstich von M. Merian aus "Theatrum Europaeum", um 1640, 22,5 x 32 cm. Vgl. Lentner 493; Fauser 9267. - Aus einer späteren Ausgabe des "Theatrum". Selten. - Gustav Adolph mit zahlreichem Gefolge werden von einer Stadtdeputation Urkunden und Schlüssel überreicht.

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        Il Sacrificio di Isacco

      1640 - Acquaforte, 1640-50, privo di data e firma. Stato unico. Il tema del sacrificio di Isacco è raccontata nella Genesi (22: 1-19): Dio comandò ad Abramo di sacrificare il suo unico figlio, Isacco, come prova della sua obbedienza. La storia è stata interpretata come una prefigurazione della crocifissione di Cristo, che il Padre ha mandato per essere sacrificato. Testa raffigura il momento in cui appare un angelo e arresta il braccio di Abramo che sta per colpire suo figlio; Nel frattempo, un altro angelo porta un agnello sacrificale da sostituire a Isacco. Presso il Museo Teylers, ad Haarlem, è conservato un disegno, a penna e inchiostro, solo leggermente più grande e corrispondente a questa incisione nella maggior parte dei dettagli. Harris e Brigstocke riferiscono la realizzazione di questa incisione alla fine del decennio 1630, mentre Bellini ritiene appartenga agli ultimi anni di Testa, o al periodo compreso tra il 1645 e il 1650, in relazione con la serie del figliol prodigo. Cropper suggerisce il biennio 1640-1642, più vicino a L'Adorazione dei Magi e al dipinto della Presentazione della Vergine al Tempio. Tuyll ha osservato che l'invenzione di Testa può essere collegato al rilievo in terracotta dello stesso soggetto di Alessandro Algardi, probabilmente della fine degli anni 1630, ora al Seattle Art Museum. Ci sono molte differenze tra i due, ma le proporzioni e la figura di Abramo potrebbero indicare che la sua conoscenza del rilievo. Testa può anche aver visto l’omonimo dipinto del Domenichino, ora al Prado, nel quale l'angelo toglie il pugnale dalla mano di Abramo e il paesaggio ha molte corrispondenze con quello interpretato da Testa. Come spesso accade per le sue stampe di questo periodo, che si occupano di temi austeri o tragici, l'incisione del sacrificio di Isacco illustra uno dei di brani biblici più drammatici. La propensione di Testa per tali soggetti potrebbe essere condizionata dalla sua complessa personalità, e alla sua depressione. Com’è noto, si suicidò annegando nel Tevere, all'età di 38 anni. Etching, 1640 – 1650, without date and signature. Only state. The subject of Isaac’s sacrifice is told in Genesis (22: 1–19): God commanded Abraham to sacrifice his only son, Isaac, as proof of his obedience. The story was interpreted as a prefiguration of the crucifixion of Christ, whom the Father sent to be sacrificed. Testa depicts the moment when an angel appears and stays Abraham’s arm as he is about to strike his son; meanwhile, another angel brings a sacrificial lamb to be substituted for Isaac. There is a fully resolved compositional drawing for this etching, in pen and ink, only slightly larger and corresponding to it in most details, preserved in the Teylers Museum, Haarlem. Harris and Brigstocke place this etching in the 1630s, whereas Bellini considers it to belong to Testa’s last years, or between 1645 and 1650, relating it to the series of the story of the Prodigal Son. Cropper suggest 1640-42, closer to The Adoration of the Magi and to the painting of The Presentation of the Virgin in the Temple. Tuyll have observed that Testa’s invention may be connected to the terra-cotta relief of the same subject by Alessandro Algardi, probably from the late 1630s, now in the Seattle Art Museum. There are many differences between the two, but the proportions and appearance of Testa’s figure of Abraham may well indicate his knowledge of the relief. Testa may also have known Domenichino’s painting, now in Museo del Prado, in which the angel also removes the dagger from Abraham’s hand and a brilliant landscape is similarly juxtaposed to the shady trees behind Abraham, whose features likewise resemble those portrayed by Testa. As is often the case with Testa’s mature prints, which deal with austere or tragic themes, the etching of The sacrifice of Isaac illustrates one of the most dramatic of biblical passages, touching on heroic suffering and the psychological conflict of the father figure, Abraham. Testa’s proclivity f [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        A Treatise of the Passions and Faculties of the Soule of Man.

      1640 - Reynoldes, Edward, A Treatise of the Passions and Faculties of the SoulE of Man. London 1640. Small 4to A2a,b. B-Ttt, [2], missing end-paper A1 and possibly two leaves in unsigned last quire. Text is complete, with errata list on both sides of Ttt6 and imprimatur on verso of a3. Contemporary calf binding, raised bands on spine, rectangular design impressed on boards, some wear. Label is barely legible. See photo. Shipping: $8.00 domestic, $40.00 international. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Horti Academici Lugduno-Batavi catalogus exhibens plantarum omnium nomina, quibus ab anno MDCLXXXI ad annum MDCLXXXVI hortus fuit instructus ut & plurimarum in eodem cultarum & à nemine hucusque editarum descriptiones & icones .Leiden, Cornelius Boutesteyn, 1687. 8vo. With engraved frontispiece and 106 full-page engravings on integral leaves (at least 1 by Jacob Harrewijn). Contemporary gold-tooled calf.

      - Hunt 378; Nissen, ZBI, 859; South African bibl., p. 345; Stafleu & Cowan 2684. First edition of a botanical catalogue of about 3300 plants in the botanical garden of Leiden University (106 illustrated), compiled and apparently drawn by Paul Hermann (1640-1695). Hermann had only recently introduced many to Europe from the East Indies, Ceylon, the Cape and America. Most entries give the Latin name of the plant with references to the literature; some give more detailed descriptions. Hermann, born in Halle an der Saale, sailed with the VOC (Dutch East India Company) to Ceylon in 1672 and collected many plants there. As a professor of botany and medicine at Leiden University, he directed the University botanical garden from 1679 to his death in 1695. He made it the richest garden in Europe during the Dutch golden age, always looking over his shoulder at his leading competitor, Jan Commelin at the Amsterdam botanical garden. "He did excellent, vigorous work in depicting his plants" (Hunt). His premature death prevented publication of a planned second part. With bookplate and initial stamp. With a stain in the gutter of some quires, slightly affecting the lower inside corner of the last few engravings, slightly foxed throughout and a few quires slightly browned, but generally in good condition. The binding is worn, with a crack in the back hinge and the leather flaked. An extensive and well-illustrated catalogue of plants in the Leiden botanical garden.

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        Sacra Famiglia con la Vergine che legge

      1640 - Acquaforte, circa 1640, firmata in lastra in basso a sinistra. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, con sottili margini, in ottimo stato di conservazione. L'opera riproduce il dipinto di Lana conservato al Duomo di Modena. (D. Benati e L. Peruzzi, `L'amorevole maniera. Ludovico Lana e la pittura emiliana del primo Seicento`, Milano, 2003, p. 167). Rara. Etching, signed in bottom left corner 'Lodo Lana in'. A fine impression, printed on contemporary laid paper, with margins, good conditions. The painting reproduced in this print is conserved in the Duomo, Modena. See D. Benati and L. Peruzzi (eds), `L'amorevole maniera. Ludovico Lana e la pittura emiliana del primo Seicento`, Milan, 2003, p. 167. Rare. Bartsch XVIII.369.1. Dimensioni 115 144mm [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau, "Roma".

      - Kupferstich ( v. 2 Platten ) v. Merian n. Tempesta aus Itenerarium Italiae, 1640, 30,4 x 70 Fauser, Nr. 11928. - Schöner tiefschwarzer Abdruck. Die Ränder wurden restauriert.

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        Prussia Accurate Descripta

      Amsterdam 1640 - Mappa della Polonia, Repubbliche Baltiche e Germania tratta dall'edizione degli eredi Janssonius dell'Atlas Major. Incisione in rame, coloritura coeva, in ottime condizioni. Molto decorativa. Fine old color example of Jansson's map of Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia and contiguous parts of Germany. Includes two large decorative cartouches, coat of arms and 3 sailng ships. Taken from 'Atlas Contractus', a two-volume atlas, published two years after Jansson's death by his son-in-law, Jan Jansson van Waesbergen. Latin text. KOEMAN: Me 184 & 185. KOEMAN: Me 184 & 185. Dimensioni 500 380mm

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        Frate con un libro seduto su una roccia in un paesaggio

      1640 - Magnifica prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata al rame o con sottilissimo margine, minime ossidazioni, per il resto in perfetto stato di conservazione. Opera giovanile di Salvator Rosa, sconosciuta ai repertori, e sinora conosciuta nell’unico esemplare della Collezione Ferdinando Salamon, pubblicato nel catalogo monografico dell’Arte Antica di Torino. L’opera viene descritta:"E’ questa una stampa inedita rinvenuta nella stessa collezione seicentesca che conteneva il rarissimo - Uomo seduto su una roccia - e l’unico altro esemplare conosciuto del - Paesaggio lacustre -. Inoltre, nella stessa collezione, vi era anche il - Paesaggio con due figure -. Si tratta con certezza di un’opera giovanile di Rosa, da lui evidentemente abbandonata come le altre di quel periodo, forse un progettato san Gerolamo nel deserto. Le affinità stilistiche lo situano temporalmente ai primi anni del 1640, quando Rosa era parzialmente influenzato dalle incisioni di Claude Lorraine". Magnifico esemplare, di questa rarissima opera del Rosa. Al verso i timbri di collezione di J.E. WETTERAUER (Lugt 3869) R. ALIANELLO (Lugt 5K) Etching, about 1640-45, with no data publishing. A very fine proof, printed on contemporary laid paper, trimmed to copperplate or with thin margins, two small spots, otherwise in perfect condition. Early work by Salvator Rosa, unknown to the repertoires, and so far in the only known copy of the Collection Ferdinand Salamon, published in the monographic catalog of Silverio Salamon. The work is described: "This work was found in the same collection seventeenth century which contained the rare - Man sitting on a rock - and the only other known example of the - Lake landscape -. Also in the same collection, there was also - Landscape with Two Figures -. It is sure of an early work of Rosa, he evidently abandoned like others of the period, perhaps a designed St. Jerome in the desert. The stylistic affinities temporally situate him in the early years of 1640, when Rosa was partially influenced by the engravings of Claude Lorraine. " Ex collection: J.E. WETTERAUER (Lugt 3869) R. ALIANELLO (Lugt 5K) Magnificent example of this very rare work of Rosa, the second known copy. Salamon, Salvator Rosa (Aranella 1615- Roma 1673) L'opera grafica, n. 5. Dimensioni 77x112. Dimensioni 77 112mm [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Hemels-Belegh, Dat is: Geestelijcke maniere van oorlogen, om den Hemel in te nemen met sulcken geweldt, dat Gode aengenaem is. Gestelt overde woorden onses Heeren Jesu Christi Matth. 11. vers. 12. Den tweeden Druck, by den autheur oversien, ende met marginale Annotatien vermeerdert.

      Dordrecht, François Boels 1640. (4) 222 (6) p. Opnieuw gebonden Leer, 4° (Plaatselijk vochtvlekken, marges van enkele pagina's verstevigd.).

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        Insulae SardinaeNova & accurata descriptio

      Amsterdam 1640 - Bella carta della Sardegna di J. Janssonius pubblicata per la prima volta nell'Atlas Novus sive Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, edito ad Amsterdam in sei volumi tra il 1642-44. Il presente esemplare è nella tiratura successiva, 1700 circa, curata da G. Valck e P. Schenk, che sulla lastra sostituirono il loro excudit a quello di Janssonious Orientata con l'ovest in alto, cartograficamente dipende dal modello maginiano, ed è quello assai diffuso nelle carte dell'epoca, con un interno prevalentemente montuoso e ricco di vegetazione, attraversato da lunghi fiumi dal corso sinuoso. Incisione su rame, finemente acquarellata, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Map of Sardinia printed by G. Valck and P. Schenk, 1700 circa, from the plate by Janssonius with changed publisher's address and added grid of parallels and meridians. The Janssonius map was engraved for his Atlas Novus sive Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, in six volumes, edited in Amsterdam between 1642-1644 Oriented to the West. Copperplate, finely hand-coloured, in good condition. Piloni Abb. S. 111 u. Koeman I, 7530:1B Dimensioni 510 410mm

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        Roma

      Francoforte 1640 - Pianta della città incisa ed edita dal Merian, e pubblicata per la prima volta nel "Itinerario Italiae" di Martin Zeiller. La carta è la copia in formato ridotto della grande pianta realizzata da Antonio Tempesta nel 1593. Incisione in rame stampata su due fogli uniti verticalmente, piccolo strappo perfettamente restaurato, nel complesso in ottimo stato di conservazione. Meraviglioso esemplare di una delle più belle e decorative rappresentazioni della città. Plan of Rome, engraved and published by Merian. It was first issued in the Itinerario Italie of Martin Zeiller. The map is a reduction of the big map realized by Antonio Tempesta in 1593. Engraving printed on two sheets, joined up vertically, perfectly repaired tear, geberally in very good condition. Magnificent example of one of the most beautiful and highly decorative representations of the city. A. P. Frutaz, "Le piante di Roma", CXXXV, tav. 275; Hulsen 88, Scaccia Scarafoni 186; C. Marigliani, "Le Piante di Roma delle collezioni private", tav. 76 Dimensioni 710 305mm

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        Della guerra di Fiandra deca prima composta da Famiano Strada della Comp. di Giesu volgarizzata da Carlo Papini dell'istessa Comp. Giesu volgarizzata da Carlo Papini dell'istessa Comp. dedicata al molt.'ill. Sig. il Sig. Giacomo Melchiorri

      In Venetia: per Francesco Baba, 1640 - In-4 (24 cm)(12) 517 (61) frontespizio cartografico. Numerose testatine e capolettera incisi. Piena pergamena rigida. Tagli spruzzati di rosso. Restauro evidente al margine inferiore del frontespizio. La Deca seconda verrà pubblicata nel 1649, cfr. BL italian, 17th cent., v.2, p. 881. Front. inciso da G.P.Omesse nella numerazione le p. 441-442. Strada Famiano (1572-1649): letterato, storico e moralista; fu ammesso nella Compagnia di Gesù nel 1591 ed insegnò eloquenza nel Collegio romano. Nato a Roma nel 1572 e morto ivi nel 1649. 17mo secolo [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Der Rom. Kay. auch zu Hungarn und Bohaimb

      1640 - [Et]c. Koniglichen Majestat, Ferdinandi dess Andern [et]c. Vernewerte Landes Ordnung deroselben Erbkonigreichs Bohaimb. Auff der Jetzt Regierenden Kay. und Konigl. May. Ferdinandi dess Dritten [et]c. Allergnadigsten Befehl von Newem Auffgelegt und mit Unterschiedlichen Declaratorien und Novellen Vermehret. (Część 1 - 2, w 1 wol.),.(Wien) 1640. Gedruckt bey Mariae Formick. (30 x 19 cm), k. [4], s. 506, k. 6], s. 507-551; k. [3], s. 131, [3], 2 miedzioryty tyt., 2 miedzioryty herbowe, 1 drzeworyt herbowy, winiety i wyklejki, opr. sk. z epoki. Ślady zawilg. i zaplamień, a także zabrudzeń, kilka nieznaczących naddarć, wpis własn., nalepka własn., oprawa z otarciami i innymi niew. uszkodzeniami. Karta tyt. w kolorze czerwonym i czarnym. Miedzioryty tyt. przedstawiają dwugłowego Orła, zaś dwa herby na odwrocie kart tyt. to herby Habsburgów. Treścią książki jest porządek (ustrój) krajowy (obwieszczenia, odezwy, akty prawne) w odniesieniu do Czech i Węgier za panowania dwóch cesarzy rzymskich i królów Czech i Węgier Ferdynanda II i Ferdynanda III. Dotyczy głównie okresu Wojny trzydziestoletniej (1618-1648), pomiędzy protestanckimi państwami Świętego Cesarstwa Rzymskiego, a katolicką dynastią Habsburgów. Wojna spowodowana była przyczynami natury religijnej. Rzadkie. PART 1-2 IN 1 VOLUME. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        India quae orientalis dicitur, et insulae adiacentes.

      Amsterdam, 1640. - Engraved map of Southeast Asia, showing the area from India in the north west to the most southern part of Japan in the north east, with the Indonesian archipelago in the most south with an outline of the western part of New Guinea (now part of Indonesia). The areas depicted furthermore include present day Bangladesh, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam, and Cambodia, Malaysia and the Philippines.

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        Simplicii Commentarius In Enchiridion Epicteti, Ex Libris veteribus emendatus. Cum versione Hieronymi Wolfii, et Cl. Salmasii Animadversionibus, Et Notis Quibus Philosophia Stoica passim explicatur, & illustratur. Quae accesserunt, sequens paginae indicabit. [Schöne gest. Druckermarke]

      Leiden Maire 1640 - 1 (weißes) Blatt; 10 Blätter (incl. zweifarbiger Titel, Vorwort von Daniel Heinsius); 332 Seiten; 6 Blätter (Index); 1 Blatt Zwischentitel: "Cl.[audii] Salmasii Notae et Animadversiones in Epictetum et Simplicium. [Große Druckermarke] Lugduni Batavorum, Ex Officina Ioannis Maire. M D C XL (Leiden, Aus der Werkstatt von Johannes Maire 1640)."]; 329 Seiten; 11 Blätter (Indices); 1 auf einen Steg montierter, mehrfach gefalteter Kupferstich von "N. I. Vißcher, Anno 1640" vertrieben, nach einer Vorlage von Hendrick Goltzius von einem anonymen Stecher verkleinert gefertigt, mit "Cebetis Thebani Tabula" betitelt, aufgefaltet ca. 40 x 50 cm; 17 Blätter (Vorwort, incl. Titel: "Tabula Cebetis Graece, Arabice, Latine, Item Aurea Carmina Pythagorae, Cum paraphrasi Arabica, Auctore Iohanne Elichmanno M.D. Com Praefatione Cl. Salmasii. [Druckermarke] Lugduni Batavorum, Typis Iohannis Maire, M D C XL (Leiden, Gedruckt von Johannes Maire 1640)."]; 88 Seiten; 15 Seiten (incl. Zwischentitel: "Pythagorae Aureorum Carminum Arabica paraphrasis, cum Latina Versione. Auctore Ioh. Elichmanno M.D."); 1 (weißes) Blatt. Über sechs durchgezogene Pergamentstreifen gehefteter Pergamentband der Zeit mit kaum noch lesbarem, zeitgenössischem Rückentitel, ebenfalls handschriftlicher Bibliotheksnummer ("76n") auf dem Rücken und nahezu völlig verschwundenem Papieretikett auf dem Rücken. Allseitiger, rötlicher Sprenkelschnitt. (20,8 x 17 cm; Buchblock: 6 cm) 8°. Hoffmann 2,13. Ebert 6768. Schweiger I, 106. Brunet 2, 1012. Graesse 2,484. Dibdin I, 513 f. Breugelmans (Fac et spera, S. 460f) 1640:17. Der solide zeitgenössische Pergamentband etwas sperrend, ist am Rücken etwas nachgedunkelt, am unteren Kapital kleine Fehlstellen. Innen lagenweise papierbedingt teils etwas stärker gebräunt, meist jedoch sehr sauber. Der große Stich insgesamt gebräunt, an einer Faltstelle eingerissen. Alles in allem schöne, solide Ausgabe der wichtigen Texte, dreisprachig (griechisch, lateinisch und arabisch) gedruckt, vollständig mit allen vier Teilen und der nicht immer beigebundenen großen gestochenen Tafel. [Simplicius of Cilicia; Cilicius; Epiktetos; Epictetus; Epictet; Stoa; Stoiker; Cebes Thebanus; Kebes; Cébès de Thèbes; Cebes of Thebes] * Bitte fordern Sie bei Interesse unsere umfangreichen Anmerkungen an. * * Versand mit/ shipping with Deutsche Post oder/ or DHL. - Ask for more pics ! * 2501 gr.

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        Contemporary Manuscript Copy with copy signatures, of the Petition to Charles I against Billeting of Soldiers, (Sir Philip, 1613-1696, from 1625 4th Baron, Parliamentarian, Ferdinando FAIRFAX, 1584-1648, M.P., Parliamentary General, from 1st May 1640 2nd Lord [Scottish], and the Gentry of Yorkshire)]

      1640 - with transcription, saying that "in all humility this Country hath endeavoured to fulfil your Majesty's Commands with the forwardest of your Majesty's Subjects, and the last year, in the execution of your Majesty's royal Command about the military affairs did expend, an hundred thousand pounds to our great impoverishment & far above the proportion of other Countries which although at that time we were willing, (out of our duties to serve your Majesty) . yet for the future . we neither can nor are able to bear it", upon "this our cheerfulness to serve your Majesty we hoped to have found equal favours with other Countries. But . to our grief . and . to the great disservice of your Majesty we find ourselves oppressed with the billeting of unruly soldiers . to whose violencies & insolencies were are so daily subject, as we cannot say we possess our wives children & estates in safety", such billeting against their will "is contrary to the Laws . confirmed by your Majesty in the Petition of Right", they "most humbly desire . that this insupportable burden may be taken from us, lest by their insolencies, some such sad accident may happen as will be much displeasing to your sacred Majesty", there follow thirty three names, headed by Wharton and Fairfax, "with many others", 1 side folio and conjugate blank, At the Assizes at York, 28th July worn at edges and folds but without loss (Transcription of 55792) To the king's Most Excellent Majesty The humble petition of the Gentry in your Majesty's County of York now assembled at the Assizes at York, this 28th July 1640: May it please your Sacred Majesty. Your most humble subjects show to your most Sacred Majesty that in all humility this Country hath en- deavoured to fulfil your Majesty's Commands with the forwardest of your Majesty's Subjects, and the last year, in the execution of your Majesty's royal Command about the military affairs did expend, an hundred thousand pounds to our great im- poverishment & far above the proportion of other Countries which although at that time we were willing, (out of our duties to serve your Majesty) to do yet for the future the burden is so heavy that we neither can nor are able to bear it now upon this our cheerfulness to serve your Majesty we hoped to have found equal favours with other Countries. But so it is most gracious sovereign to our grief and as we conceive to the great disservice of your Majesty we find ourselves oppressed with the billeting of unruly soldiers whose speeches and actions tend to the burdening ['burning' inserted after 'burdening', possibly in another hand] of our villages & houses, and to whose violencies & insolencies were are so daily subject, as we cannot say we possess our wives children & estates in safety. Wherefore we are emboldened humbly to present these our com- plaints, beseeching that as the Billeting of Soldiers, in any of your subjects' houses against their will is contrary to the Laws of this kingdom, confirmed by your Majesty in the Petition of Right, we most humbly desire your most Sacred Majesty that this insupportable burden may be taken from us, lest that by their insolencies, some such sad accident may happen as will be much displeasing to your sacred Majesty and your loyal & obedient subjects will never cease to pray for your Majesty's large & happy reign over us. Phil: Wharton Ferd: Farfaxe Hen: Bellasies Wm: Savill Fra: Worthy Tho: Gower Jo: Hotham Edw: Stanhope Hen: Griffiths Wm: Sheffeeld Rich: Darly Jo: Ramsden Hu: Cholmley Hu: Bethell Wm: Strickland Phil: Stapleton Geo: Wentworth Tho: Remington Tho: Metham Jo: Hoffham Robt: Strickland Jo: Legard Geo: Boteler Fra: Monten Hen: Cholmley Geo: Trotter Hen: Darly Wm: Franckland Hu: Hebblewaite Char: Peartheyley Jos: Pearsy Bryan: Stapleton Geo: Hopton with many others The military affairs in 1639 were the first 'Bishops' War'. There were skirmishes in Aberdeenshire, but the main confrontation on land was between the Covenanters at Duns and Charles and his

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        Turcicum Imperium

      Siena 1640 - Acquaforte e bulino, circa 1640. Buona prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, con margini, leggere ossidazioni, nel complesso in buono stato di conservazione. La carta deriva dalla mappa di Willelm Blaeu edita ad Amsterdam. Erroneamente attribuita in passato al Todeschi. Matteo Petrucci è editore, probabilmente di origini romane, attivo a Siena alla metà del XVII secolo, dove raccogliè l’eredità del Florimi. Carta di grande rarità. Etching and engraving, circa 1640. Good impression, printed on contemporary laid paper, with margins, light oxidation, overall in good condition. The map comes from Willem Blaeu map published in Amsterdam. Mistakenly thought to Todeschi. Matteo Petrucci is an editor, probably of Roman origin, active in Siena in the middle of the seventeenth century, where the legacy of Florimi. Work of great rarity. Dimensioni 526 410mm

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        Dalmatia et Albania et altri Stati confinanti data il luce da Stefano Mozzi Scolari .

      Venezia 1640 - Carta geografica della costa adriatica della penisola Balcanica, estesa da Zadar a Valona. Incisore ed editore, Stefano Mozzi Scolari (1598 – 1650) era a capo di un'attiva e sviluppata tipografia di Venezia, locata all'insegna delle Tre Virtu' a S. Zulian. Nel campo della cartografia solo pochi ed originali lavori venivano pubblicati dallo Scolari, che ad esempio diede nuovamente alle stampe alcune delle lastre di Bertelli e Gastaldi oltre alle carte murali dei continenti di derivazione del Blaeu; sono infatti conosciute anche le carte murali di Francia, Germania e Spagna. Nota anche una ristampa della carta murale dell’Italia di Matthaeus Greuter (1657). Incisione in rame, coloritura coeva con lievi ritocchi, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Rarissima. A very rare and detailed map of lower Balkans, from Zadar to Valona. Stefano Mozzi Scolari (1598-165) was the chief of an importnat venetian tipography, located in St. Zulian. Engraving with contemporary outline colour, very good condition. Very rare. Tooley, Mapmakers IV, 135. Dimensioni 550 505mm

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