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2011-10-14 08:10:58
Albertus de Hornes, Maes, Michael
Michaelis Masii ( Masius ), Gandavi, Gent, 1643. [6], 595, [10] p ; Ref: Univ. Gent, digitalised by Google. 1 volumes. Finely and professionale restaured binding. Good condition Leather binding, decorated and gilt spine and title. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: de KunstBurg [gent, Belgium]
2011-10-07 20:39:26
Goodwin, Thomas
London: Printed for R, Dawlman. 1643-1650. Hardcover. pp.[4] 167 [10] & [6] 50 & [4] 16 [6] 23-62 [4] 67-92. Recent period style calf with gilt titles and decoration to spine and blind tooled borders to boards, title page with paper repair to foredge margin not affecting text, first and last few leaves browned, some spotting throughout, some marginal notes in a contemporary hand, the book has been in the library of a smoker. Wing G1261, G1264, and G1224 respectively., Thomas Goodwin (1600-1680) was a Puritan theologian and preacher. In 1643 he was chosen as a member of the Westminster Assembly where he identified himself with the Independent party which opposed those wishing to impose presbyterianism on the English Church. He became chaplain to Oliver Cromwell in 1656 and became one of his closest advisers and attended to him on his death bed. After the Restoration in 1660 Goodwin was removed from his position of President of Magdalen College, Oxford, a position he'd held for a decade and went to live in London. There he devoted himself exclusively to theological study and to the pastoral charge of the Fetter Lane Independent Church. , Small 4to .
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2011-10-03 03:28:30
DE PLANTEVITE DE LA PAUSE JOAN.
Ex typ. Colomerii., Lodovae, 1643. In fol., p. pelle, cc.nn. 6 + pp. 652. Il vol. è arricchito da 2 pregevoli inc. a tutta p., del Baronius, la prima, in cui è inserito il front., raffigura vari personaggi con in basso uno stemma papale ed uno araldico, l'altra raffigura l'autore. Lettere e fregi al d. in o. Stemma impresso al centro dei piatti in o. Nervi. Piatto ant. e foglio bianco sciolti, occhiello , front. e successive carte non numerate semi sciolte. Testo in latino ed ebraico su due colonne. Mende al d. Raro. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria M. T. Cicerone [Roma, RM, Italy]
2011-09-22 13:49:26
Sulpicio Severo (Sulpicius Severus)
ex Officina Elzeviriana, Lugd. Bat, 1643. Splendida legatura coeva in marocchino rosso con cornici oro ai piatti. Nervi, ricchi fregi e titolo oro su tassello nero al ds. Dentelle e tagli oro. Carte di guardia marmorizzate con disegni a pettine. Ottimo esemplare. Willems, 381. Provenienza: collezione Wardington (Ex libris cartaceo al contropiatto posteriore). 12mo (cm. 12,6), 212 pp., 2 cc.nn. (bianche).
Bookseller: Libreria Ex Libris ALAI-ILAB/LILA member [Roma, Italy]
2011-08-21 12:10:56
Hume of Godscroft, David
Edinburgh: [Evan Tyler], 1643. Edinburgh: [Evan Tyler]. Covers rubbed and bumped with edgewear. Approximately one third of fep missing. Preface page missing. Pp. 193 to 196 missing and other pagination errors. Browning to title page of first part and light browning throughout. Water stains on last eight pages. Signatures of previous owners on title page of first part. Second part title page clear. Bookplates on ep. Tightly bound. 1643. Revised edition. Brown hardback leather cover. 270mm x 200mm (11" x 8"). xvi, 440pp. The first part was published in 1644 and the second part entitled 'The History of the Douglasses containing the House of Angus' in 1643. There is a pagination error with second part commencing at page 203 rather than 213. Heraldic bookplate with 'Tria Juncta In Uno' motif. Ex libris plate of Robert Maxtone Graham. .
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2011-07-25 19:54:21
Merian, Matthäus
Frankfurt, M. Merian, 1643. 28,8 : 37,3 cm.. Herrlicher großer Kupferstich von Hechingen mit dem Hohenzollern Schloß und den umliegenden Dörfern von M. Merian. Wohl der schönste und bekannteste Stiche des Süddeutschen Raums von Merian. Mit dem Hohenzollern Wappen und einer Legende von A bis R. Aus der "Topographia Sveviae" von Matthäus Merian gedruckt in Frankfurt im Jahre 1643. Die Stadtansichten von Merian sind historisch wichtige Quellen da sie die Städte vor dem Dreißigjährigem Krieg authentisch darstellen. - Sehr gutes Exemplar. - Marvellous large birdeye view of Hechingen with the Castle Hohenzollen and it surrounding villages by M. Merian. One of the most beautiful and famous engraving of South German landscape by Merian. With the Hohenzollern coar-of-arms and a caption from A to R. From the 1643 edition of "Topographia Sveviae" by Matthaeus Merian printed and published in Frankfurt. The cityviews of Merian are important historical sources since it shows the cities just before the Thirty Years' War. - Excellent conditions.
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2010-10-17 20:34:19
CARTE D'ANJOU). SAMSON, N.
s.l. s.n. 1643 - Gravure sur cuivre de 55 x 42,7 cm à la cuvette (dimensions de la feuille 62,5 x 53,5). Gravure coloriée, sans texte au dos. Trace de pliure au centre, pliure renforcée au dos, autrement un bon exemplaire à grandes marges. Carte publiée en 1643 par Nicolas Samson d'Abbeville dans son recueil des "Cartes Générales du Royaume de France", puis reprise dans une édition latine de 1658 à Amsterdam . Comme le fait remarquer Marc Leclerc ("Cartes anciennes de l'Anjou"), elle est la première à figurer la forêt de Beaufort. Jolie cartouche entourée d'angelots faisant fête à Bacchus!
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE DES CARRÉS
2010-10-14 08:59:58
André, Valère
Zegers, 1643. Thick small 4to, [16], 110, [22], 900 pp. Old mottled calf rebacked, retaining original backstrip. Three old ownership inscriptions, title printed in red and black, some browning and soiling. Revised and enlarged edition of the earliest bio-bibliography of Flemish authors. Sometimes catalogued under 'Foppens', this exhaustive work was revised continually by André - at his death he left 2 folio volumes of additions and corrections (per Brunet). The text includes much on Erasmus. Unusually scarce; copy located in ABPC from 1975 to 2003 and no copy (of any edition) in the Hill, Kraus, or Tumarkin bibliography catalogues. Breslauer and Folter (44, 46, and 52) mention this edition (which was in the exhibition but not included in the catalogue) with the interesting note that page 593 records the first bibliography of bibliographies of which no copy is known to exist - thus perhaps being a ghost?
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2010-10-09 09:28:49
Machiavelli, Nicolai
Leiden: Apud Hieronymum de Vogel, 1643. "Editio nova prioribus emendatior". Engraved additional title page. 420, [24] pp. 1 vols. 12mo. Contemporary vellum, with manuscript title on spine. Early ownership inscription on title, vellum slightly soiled, otherwise a fine, immaculate copy. "Editio nova prioribus emendatior" Engraved additional title page. 420, [24] pp. 1 vols. 12mo. Latin translation by J.N. Stupanus of Machiavelli's Discorsi sopra la prima deca de Tito Livio.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [US]
2010-05-01 11:01:33
BOISSEAU Jean (fl. 1631-1657)
Paris: chez Jean Boisseau, 1643.. Paris: chez Jean Boisseau, 1643. Single sheet (20 1/2 x 13 1/2) inches. Fine engraved map of the Great Lakes, the title within a mannerist strapwork cartouche lower left. THE FIRST MAP TO DELINEATE AND NAME THE FIVE GREAT LAKES This rare and important map was the first printed map to illustrate and name all five Great Lakes. Boisseau improved upon the Champlain by incorporating the names that were only keyed before. Unlike Champlain's map, Boisseau's work delineates and identifies all five of the Great Lakes, even though the lakes' configurations and sizes remain incorrect. Indeed, in Champlain's earlier work, both Lake Erie and Michigan were left unnamed. In Sanson's 1650 map, Lake Michigan is represented by "Lac des Puans," and named to the northeast of "Grand Lac" (Lake Superior). Also of significance, Boisseau's 1643 map refers to present-day Ottawa River as "R des Algonmequins," a body of water which Boisseau indicates traveled upriver from "I de Montreal" to "Lac des Biserenis" (Lake Nipissing). After the death of Francis I in 1547, France descended into a period of religious upheaval and weak government with Paris controlled by a revolutionary council until the Edict of Nantes in 1598. The Court sat in exile in Tours and the countrys lack of stability resulted in little advancement in French cartography during the second half of the sixteenth century. However, with the new century came the absolutist rule of Louis XIII and Louis XIV and the patronage of the Court, once again, began to thrive. The progr … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-04-23 17:05:07
SCHEFFER, Johannes
Strasbourg: n.p., 1643. Very rare first edition of this nautical history describing the structures of ancient ships based on a multitude of classical poetic and prose sources, including Horace, Catullus, Ovid, Virgil, Caesar, Plautus, Thucydides, and Appianius. Scheffer (1621-1679), born near Strasbourg, immigrated to Sweden where he became a professor at Uppsala and one of the most important Swedish humanists of his day. This academic dissertation is Scheffer’s first known work, and writing it either expressed or sparked his passion for maritime antiquity: he published a number of works on the topic, including De militia navali veterum ... ad historiam graecam latinamque utiles (1654) and De antiquorum torquibus syntagma (1707). The work’s collation conforms to the copies we have located, but the lack of any imprint information as well as the work’s rarity suggest that it may have been privately published. The two engraved, interpolated plates show 30 coins and seals from Thuringia (central Germany). No copy listed on OCLC and apparently no American copy. We have located copies at Wolfenbüttel, Cambridge, the BNF, Leipzig, Tübingen. *Wolfenbüttel record.. 4to. [19 x 16cm](16) ff. including title page, (2) ff. of plates interpolated from another work (see below). Disbound, spine slightly damaged, some toning, minimal foxing; a very good copy.
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2010-04-19 07:50:41
BOISSAT (PIERRE DE. 1663-1662). BOSIO GIACOMO (1544-1627). BAUDOIN JEAN. (1590-1650). NABERAT F. ANNE. (1566-1630).
1643. BOISSAT (PIERRE DE. 1663-1662). BOSIO GIACOMO (1544-1627). BAUDOIN JEAN. (1590-1650). NABERAT F. ANNE. (1566-1630). HISTOIRE DES CHEVALIERS DE L'ORDRE DE S. IEAN DE HIERUSALEM (SAINT JEAN DE JÉRUSALEM), CONTENANT LEUR ADMIRABLE INSTITUTION & POLICE, LA SUITTE DES GUERRES DE LA TERRE SAINCTE, OU ILS SE SONT TROUVEZ, & LEURS CONTINUELS VOYAGES, ENTREPRISES, BATAILLES, ASSAUTS & RENCONTRES. CY-DEVANT ESCRITE PAR LE FEU S. D. B. S. D. L. D. DIVISÉE PAR CHAPITRES, & AUGMENTÉE DE SOMMAIRES SUR CHAQUE LIVRE, & D'ANNOTATIONS A LA MARGE; ENSEMBLE D'UNE TRADUCTION DES ESTABLISSEMENTS & DES STATUTS DE LA RELIGION. PAR I. BAUDOIN. DERNIÈRE ÉDITION, OU L'ON A JOINCT LES ORDONNANCES DU CHAPITRE GÉNÉRAL, TENU EN L'AN 1632. AVEC L'ÉLOGE DE L'ÉMINENTISSIME GRAND MAISTRE D'À PRÉSENT. ŒUVRE ENRICHIE D'UN GRAND NOMBRE DE FIGURES EN TAILLE-DOUCE, & ILLUSTRÉE D'UNE AMPLE CHRONOLOGIE, DES VIES DES SERENISSIMES GRANDS MAITRES, D'UN ABRÉGÉ DES PRIVILÈGES DE L'ORDRE, DE QUELQUES ARRESTS, & AUTRES TRAITTEZ FORT REMARQUABLES, PAR F. A. DE NABERAT, CONSEILLER & AUMÔNIER SERVANT LA REYNE. A PARIS. POUR JACQUES D'ALLIN. 1643. 4 PARTIES EN UN VOLUME PETIT IN-FOLIO (23,5 X 35 X 7,5 CENTIMETRES ENVIRON) DE (22) + 624 + (28), 331 + (1), (24) + 200 ET 35 PAGES, RELIURE D'EPOQUE PLEIN VEAU, DOS A SIX NERFS ORNE DE CAISSONS A FLEURONS DORES, TITRE DORE SUR ETIQUETTE MAROQUIN HAVANE, ROULETTE DOREE SUR COUPES, TRANCHES ROUGES. CONTIENT: - HISTOIRE DE L'ORDRE DE S. JEAN DE JÉRUSALEM. (22) + 624 + (28) PAGES, SANS LE FRONTISPICE. - LES STATUTS DE L'ORDRE DE SAINT JEAN DE JÉRUSALEM. 331 + (1) PAGES. ILLUSTRE … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Château de Capens (corsicus) [Capens, Midi-Pyrénées, France]
2010-03-29 13:23:25
VOSSII, GERARDI IOANNIS (G J VOSSIUS) & CASTI INNOCENTIS ANSALDI
Amsterdami (Amsterdam), Ioannem Blaeu (Joh. Blaeu), 1643. Later (19th century) green half leather, gilt. xx,70,x pp.; 21x17 cm. Text in Latin. - (paper browned, convent library stamps) Although still very good, see image. ¶ Bound together with: Casti Innocentis Ansaldi. Ordinis praedicatorum de baptismate in spiritu sancto et igni commentarius sacer philologico-criticus; cui accedunt ejusdem auctoris orationes du ae in athenaeo ferrariensi habitae. Mediolani, 1752. In regia curia. xxxvi,278,ii pp. and 2 folding plates.
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2010-03-29 11:58:39
Merian, Mathias
Frankfurt: Johann Theodor de Bry, 1643. Copperplate engravings 1643-1690. Paper size: 13" by 14" Mathias Merian was one of the most prominent members of the leading print publishing family of 17th-century Germany, known throughout Europe for his engravings of cityscapes and landscapes, his scientific books, and his editions of the noted series of travel books, the "Great Voyages." Born and trained in Basel, Switzerland, Merian joined the Frankfurt publishing house of Johann Theodor de Bry in 1616 and, the following year, he married de Bry's daughter Maria Magdalena. Well-known for his continuation of the "Great Voyages," which had originated with de Bry, Merian gained his greatest acclaim as head of the family publishing house following the death of his father-in-law in 1623. He rapidly and almost single-handedly built up the house to become one of the most important in Europe, etching most of the plates himself until about 1645, when he increasingly relied upon the help of a growing staff of assistants and pupils -- among them Wenceslaus Hollar, Rudolf and Conrad Meyer of Zurich, and his sons-in-law Christoph Le Blon and Melchior Kusel. Among Merian's greatest works were the engravings he contributed to Johann Gottfried's "Topographia," a lavishly illustrated combination of world geography and history, the volumes of which began to appear in the 1640s and continued to be published into the 1660s, after Merian's death, by his sons Caspar and Mathias II. Eventually, more than 20 volumes appeared, containing roughly 1,500 splendid illustrations which provided … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-03-26 20:00:49
Unstated
Carolum Zenerum, 1643. Book Condition: Poor Condition; Dustjacket: No Dust Jacket. Unstated Divi Petri Chrysologi Forocorneliensis Ravennatum Archiepiscopi Homiliae Sacrae, Fiue Aurei Sermones Hardcover Carolum Zenerum, 1643 Poor Condition Book Publishing Details Author: Unstated Full title:Divi Petri Chrysologi Forocorneliensis Ravennatum Archiepiscopi Homiliae Sacrae, Fiue Aurei SermonesPublisher:Carolum Zenerum, 1643Binding:HardcoverISBN:No ISBNSize:8mo - over 7 3/4" - 9 3/4" tallPages:572Book ID:001061 Comments & Item Features Category: Antiquarian & Rare, Religion & Theology. ISBN: No ISBN. Text entirely in Latin. Owner's inscription on title page dated Feb. 9, 1649. Old (but small) library stamp on the title page from a seminary. Handwritten notes on front endpapers, but core text is clean. Front board and endpapers are detached, but present. Spine is mostly gone. Book Condition Report Book Condition: Poor Condition. Dust Jacket: No Dust Jacket. Size of Item & Shipped Weight Size: 8mo - over 7 3/4" - 9 3/4" tall. Shipped Weight: 2 - 3 pounds. Keywords this Item & Common Mis-spells BZDB26 NOISBN BLXRHO Antiquarian & Rare; Non-English Language::Latin; Religion & Theology. Divi Petri Chrysologi Forocorneliensis Ravennatum Archiepiscopi Homiliae Sacrae Fiue Aurei Sermones Unstated.
Bookseller: lotzabooks [Little Elm, Texas, US]
2010-02-20 00:07:05
Denham, John
Printed: 1643. 1615-1669 Quarto, 6.25 X 7.5 inches . Second edition. A4 B2. The complex textual history of Coopers Hill is fully discussed in Brendan O Hehir: Expans'd Hieroglyphicks, Univ. California Press, 1969. It was probably written c.1641 and drafts circulated in manuscript. First printed in London in 1642, it was reprinted in Oxford in 1643 and then London again in 1650, probably with Denham's consent despite the statement on the title of the 1655 edition. A major revision was published in 1655. All the printed editions are uncommon. It is usually cited as the first major English topographical poem, but its imagery is equally valid as an emblematic paradigm of society at the time of the Civil War. Denham (1615-69) took the Royalist side during the Civil Wars; this piece about Chertsey Abbey, dismantled by order of Henry VIII, and the scenery around Windsor, is a classic of topographical poetry. Denham's innovation was much admired by such writers as Herrick, Dryden, Addison, Pope, Goldsmith and Johnson. Coopers Hill was first printed in 1642, with further printings in 1642, 1650, and 1653; these are all traditionally termed piracies, and at the very least they present a text which was later much altered. According to Spence, Pope compared the early and late versions, and was much impressed by the "admirable judgement" of Denham's revisions. Dryden singled out the famous apostrophe to the Thames, which is printed here for the first time.
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2010-02-04 22:21:09
Erasmus, Desiderius
Leiden: Elzevier, 1643. Hardcover. Good. "Lugd. Batavorum. Officina Elzeviriana." [24], 672, 44, [4] p.; 13 cm. *12 A-2E12 a-b12 (12mo). 18th-century red morocco with five spine compartments between raised bands. Gilt-tooled spine title and decoration; both boards have gilt double ruled borders and gilt corner decoration as well as gilt-rolled edges and turn-ins. All edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. Illustrated, engraved title page showing Erasmus using a telescope, by Cornelius C. Dusend. Engraved head- and tail-pieces. "Coronis apologetica pro colloquiis Erasmi, ex ipsius scriptis . . . fideliter collecta à P[etro] S[criverio]. Accedit ejusdem de colloquiorum utilitate dissertatio" on 44 pages at end. Last two leaves blank. Front fixed endpaper bears armorial bookplate of Thomas Preston with the motto "Lucem Spero Clariorem" (upper part of the bookplate is partially obscured by the removal of some former label). Faint inscriptions on verso of front free endpaper. Willems, 552. In Good Condition: edges rubbed; leather separated along joints but stitching solid; lacking leather at head of spine; trimmed with a few heads shaved close; initials at foot of title page in an old hand; otherwise pages are clean and tight.
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2009-08-24 05:03:56
Diana, Antonino
Lyon, Prost 1643 -1647. 37 cm. Teil 1-8 (von 12) in 3 Bänden. Mit 1 gestochenen Titelbordüre (in Teil 5), 1 gestochenen Titelvignette (in Teil 7) und 1 Kupfertitel (in Teil 8). Blindgeprägte Schweinsleder-Bände der Zeit - LThK III, 283 (vgl.) - Frühe Ausgabe seines Hauptwerks. Behandelt Tausende von Einzelfällen in systematischer Ordnung. Der Theatiner Diana (1585 - 1663), Examinator episcoporum unter drei Päpsten, schrieb zahlreiche moralische Abhandlungen. Teil 1/2: 1645. (34 von 36), 312, (44) Seiten Titelblatt fehlt. Enthält 14 Abhandlungen, unter anderem: De imminitate ecclesiarum super Bullam Gregorii XIV.; De contractibus; De Bulla Cruciatae; Teil 3: Editio 12. 1645. (20), 260, (52) Seiten Enthält 6 Abhandlungen, unter anderem: De dubiis regularium; De sacramentis; Teil 4: 1645. (20), 327, (44) Seiten Enthält 9 Abhandlungen, unter anderem: De irregularitate; De conscientia dubia; De confessariis solicantibus; Teil 5: Editio ultima. 1643. (34 von 36), 458, (32) Seiten mit Kupfertitel. Drucktitel fehlt. Enthält 14 Abhandlungen, unter anderem: De parvitate materiae; De scandalo; De excommunicatione; Teil 6: Editio 2. 1645. (16), 240, (18) Seiten Enthält 8 Abhandlungen, unter anderem: De familia laica Nuntiorum Apostolicorum; De bello; Teil 7: Editio novissima. 1647. (24), 320, (16) Seiten mit gestochener Titelvignette. Enthält 12 Abhandlungen, unter anderem: De potestate episcoporum; De correctione fraterna; De ludo et sponsionibus; Teil 8: 1647. (20 Seiten einschl. Kupfertitel), 468, (24) Seiten mit Kupfertitel. Enthält 8 Abhandlungen, unter anderem: De potestate ponti … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2009-03-09 20:15:31
Tesauro Emanuele
appresso Marco Garzoni, In Venetia 1643 - In-4° antico (220x155mm), pp. (6), 136, bella cartonatura policroma ottocentesca decorata a motivi di piuma di pavone. Dorso rifatto. Manca l'antiporta incisa dal Tasnière; bruniture e fioriture leggere, una firma moderna a penna cassata al foglio del titolo, ma esemplare nell'insieme ben conservato. Antiporta incisa su rame dal Tasnière con allegoria della Virtù e della Fortuna che giocano a dadi su un tamburo e, sullo sfondo, scene militari. Fregio inciso in xilografia al frontespizio, recante, al margine inferiore, un'antica firma di appartenenza; testatine e capilettera ornati su rame. Dedicatoria di Giovanni Giacomo Hertz a Gualtier Vanderwort. Ottimo esemplare. Edizione originale di questa importante opera del Tesauro sui campeggiamenti (ossia le fattioni militari, che nate ne'campi, da tutti possono essere vedute) relativi al Piemonte sotto la reggenza del Principe Tommaso di Savoia. Narrazione degli assedi di Sant'Omero, di Ranty, di Gheldres, di Castelletto, di Casale, di Torino (quello del 1639-40, nel corso della guerra civile fra Maria Cristina e i cognati, principi Tommaso e Cardinal Maurizio, la prima alleata dei francesi, i secondi degli spagnoli), di Ivrea verificatisi sotto il regno del Principe Tommaso. Cfr. Manno, IV, 15672. Bersano Begey, Mostra dell'antico libro piemontese, 66. Graesse, VI, 72. Vinciana, 633: Lautore narra lassedio di Torino del 1639-40 durante la guerra civile fra Maria Cristina, tutrice dei figli Carlo Emanuele e Francesco Giacinto, e i cognati principi Tommaso e Card. Maurizio, quella alleata … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Gilibert Libreria Antiquaria (ILAB-LILA)
2009-03-02 20:15:20
Morisot, Claude Barthelemy
Petrum Palliot, Divione (Dijon), 1643. Folio, (24) p., 725, (9) p. de índice, 9 grabados calcográficos con monedas, 23 mapas dentro del texto, y 11 grabados con embarcaciones. En la pág 66 grabado a toda página con la representación de una columna con trofeos navales incrustados coronada por una figura, grabada por Palliot; entre las págs. 194-195, espectacular lámina plegada con una bellísima representación de una batalla naval. Mancha en el margen superior e inferior de varias páginas, que no afectan al texto. Páginas 161 a 201 puntos de polilla en el margen inferior, convenientemente restaurados, sin afectar al texto. Por un error de encuadernación, la 1ª pág. del prefacio está mal colocada. Falta, al principio, una portada calcográfica. Pergamino reforzado, lomo con letras pintadas. Primera y única edición de la primera historia naval, marítima y de los descubrimientos. Obra muy importante, que interesa tanto por la personalidad de su autor y por el carácter enciclopédico del texto, con todos los conocimientos sobre asuntos marítimos de la época, como por la cantidad de ilustraciones, que al principio son casi exclusivamente mapas, mientras en la parte final figuran un buen número de grabados con representaciones de diversos tipos de embarcaciones. El color tostado del volumen es debido, casi exclusivamente, a la mala calidad del papel, propia de muchas obras del siglo XVII. Historia de América. Historia universal. Historia naval. Descubrimientos. History of America. Universal history. Naval history. Discoveries.
Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Studio [Barcelona, Spain]
2009-02-18 05:14:38
Heidelberg, Schloß -
Kupferstich aus Merian, Theatrum Europaeum, 1643. 21,5 x 33,5 cm. Dekorative Ansicht des Heidelberger Schloßes. Das am Felsen über der Stadt liegende Gebäude ist mit seinen zahlreichen Baugliedern und dem barocken Park wiedergegeben. Die Gebäudeteile sind nummeriert, eine Legende dazu befindet sich oben neben der Rollwerktitelkartusche. Auch das weltberühmte Große Faß ist beziffert und erwähnt.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen [Trier, Germany]
2009-01-29 03:10:55
Pliny the Younger 61-114
Petrum and Jacobum Chouer, no place 1643 - 646 pages of text, followed by [24] pages of index and additional sections with 168 pages and 151 pages each. Hardcover binding in full vellum, stained and darkened; author name and title word on top edge of pages; Title page slightly defective; missing corner, not affecting text; bookplate; owner marks on clipped flyleaf. Roman history, philosophy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Kurt Gippert Bookseller ABAA
2008-12-06 00:25:52
TROUÏLLART Pierre (TROUILLARD, TROUILLART ou TROVÏLLART). [Sieur de Montferré, advocat au Mans].
Par Hierôme Olivier Imprimeur au Mans [Sarthe]. M. DC. XLIII, 1643. Relié en demi basane époque, dos à 4 nerfs orné de caissons dorés, titre doré, petit manque de cuir en bordure du 1er plat, in-16, 14x9 cm, lettrines dont une superbe en début de volume, culs-de-lampe, intérieur en état moyen mais correct (restauration au papier et trace de trous de ver aux seize [16] derniers feuillets, deux pages trouées : photographies sur demande), très rare édition originale. XXIV+197 pages. ********** Notices biographiques de tous les comtes du Maine depuis Hugues Ier jusqu'à Charles IV. [Saffroy III, 44909 et 44910]. Pierre Trouillart (et non Trouillard), sieur de Montferré, au Mans, d'une ancienne et honorable famille, y exerçait la profession d'avocat vers le milieu du siècle. On croit qu'il mourut en 1666. Il s'appliqua à l'étude de l'histoire de sa province, et il publia le résultat de ses recherches sous le titre suivant : "Mémoire des anciens comtes du Maine", au Mans, Gier-Ollivier, et Paris, J. Libert, 1643. Ce volume, devenu rare, n'offre pas, pour la Biographie Universelle, l'histoire complète des comtes temporaires, héréditaires et apanagistes du Maine, mais il renferme des documents curieux, intéressants et qui ont été fort utiles aux derniers annalistes de la province. [Pierre Trouillart de Montferré, dans la Biographie universelle ancienne et moderne de Louis-Gabriel Michaud]. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Bookinerie [LAVAL, France]
2008-11-26 01:08:03
Pliny the Younger 61-114
no place: Petrum and Jacobum Chouer, 1643. Book. Very good- condition. Hardcover. 646 pages of text, followed by [24] pages of index and additional sections with 168 pages and 151 pages each. Hardcover binding in full vellum, stained and darkened; author name and title word on top edge of pages; Title page slightly defective; missing corner, not affecting text; bookplate; owner marks on clipped flyleaf. Roman history, philosophy..
Bookseller: Kurt Gippert Bookseller (ABAA) [U.S.A.]
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2008-10-23 11:19:45
Merian, M.
Merian, M., 1643. "Hala. Hall in Schwaben". Gesamtansicht der Stadt. Orig. Kupferstich, M. Merian, 1643. Mit 2 Wappen und Legende (A.-M.) 22:38,5 cm..
Bookseller: Antikvariat Karel Krenek
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2008-10-08 01:13:08
ANDRIES, Judoco.
Monasteri Westphaliae Münster: typis Bernarde Raesfeldi Bernard Raesfeldt 1643 - 12mo, (125x75mm), [12],550p. 2 wood-cuts in the text, minor paper faults in K12 and Z5 and generally lightly browned throughout, early owner's signature at the head of the title. Contemporary calf, edges and backstrip rubbed, front joint repaired. Later bookplate of the bibliotheca SS Redemptoris. Ad S. Mariam Magdalenam, Brussels, with their rubber-stamp on the title verso. The first published work of the Jesuit Judoco Andries (1588-1658), sometimes called Joes Andries. Please note that the advised postage is based on an average book, if necessary the postage will be reduced to the correct amount and you will be notified by email.
Bookseller: Barry McKay Rare Books
2008-10-01 11:09:20
THIRTY YEARS' WAR].
[Colophon] Lisbon, Ant. Alvarez, 1643. 4°, recent antique sheep, spine gilt with raised bands in six compartments, crimson leather lettering-piece in second compartment from head, gilt letter, text-block edges rouged. Caption title. Six-line woodcut initial. In very good condition, with some underlining in ink. Small paper label with shelfmark covers one letter in the caption title. (4 ll.) *** FIRST and ONLY EDITION. Describes a naval engagement off Cartagena, on the southeast coast of Spain, on September 4, 1642, between the French, under the Duc de Bresse, and the Spanish. Details are given of the troops and types of ships involved, and of the actions of the duke and his subordinates over the course of several days. This was a minor action in the brutal course of the Thirty Years' War (1618-1648), which began as a religious conflict between Catholics and Protestants within the Holy Roman Empire, and evolved into a battle between the Bourbons and Habsburgs. The War significantly affected the outcome of the Portuguese struggle for independence, since it prevented the King of Spain from directing his full military might against Portugal.*** Arouca R212. Innocêncio XVIII, 133. Coimbra, Miscelâneas 6134. Trindade 183: a poor copy. Fonseca, Restauração 237. Not in Exposição bibliográfica da Restauração, Azevedo-Samodães, or Ameal. Not located in Porbase. Not located in Copac. Not located in NUC. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Richard C. Ramer Old and Rare Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
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