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        Le Théâtre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas mis en lumière par Guillaume & Jean Blaeu. Seconde Partie : Description Générale de la France

      Jean Blaeu 1644 In - folio (51 x 31,5 cm), 63 pp., vélin crème (reliure d'époque). Seconde partie du Théâtre du Monde, consacré à la France, bien complet des 48 cartes coloriées à la main à l'époque, sur double page. Titre illustré en coloris d'époque également. Table manuscrite en fin d'ouvrage. Etui marbré moderne. (reliure usagée, mouillures, rousseurs, quelques déchirures, traces de brûlure sur 2 cartes et 2 ff. de texte). / / Folio (51 x 31,5 cm), 63 pp., cream vellum (contemporary binding). Second part of "Le Théâtre du Monde", dedicated to France, complete with 48 contemporaneously hand - coloured maps on double page. Illustrated title also in contemporary colours. Handwritten table at the end. Marbled moderne slipcase. (very used binding, water - stains, foxing, some tears, marks of burning on 2 maps and 2 ff. of text).

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        Kst.- Karte, für Janssonius, "Atlas Novus. Sive Theatrum Orbis Terravm, in quo Asia Vniversa ... Tomi Tertii Pars Altera .. 1644".

      . altkol. ( und goldgehöht ), dat. 1644, 39,5 x 25,8. Vergl. Shirley, Courtiers and Cannibals, Nr. 48; Krogt, Koeman' Atlantes Neerlandici, Abb. 1.43 A. - Titelblatt des 1. Teiles des Atlas Novus von Jannsonius. Mittig die Textkartusche eingefaßt in korinthischen Säulen umgeben von weiblichen Allegorien auf die 4 Kontinente. Oben mittig ein prachtvolles spanisches Wappen. - Dieses Titelblatt wurde erstmalig 1641 verlegt.

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        Principia Philosophiae + Specimina Philosophiae: seu dissertatio de methodo Rectè regendae rationis, & veritatis in scientiis investigandae: Dioprice, et Meteora. Ex Gallico translata, & ab Auctore perlecta, variisque in locis emendata.

      Amsterdam, Elzevier, 1644. 4to. Bound in one contemporary full vellum binding. Inner hinges weak and capitaks a bit worn with small lacks of vellem. Cords at lower capital loosening. But all in all a very nice, completely unsophisticated copy. A very light damp stain to parts of first work. Otherwise just very light soiling and a few small stains. Two leaves with a small lack of paper to the blank margin, far from affecting text. Housed in a later custom-made full cloth box with gilt leather title-label to spine. Contemporary/early annotations throughout, and a diagram to front free end-paper. Blank verso of the final leaf and final blanks with pencil-annotations and early ink-calculations. With the book plate of Franz Sondheimer to inside of front board. Woodcut title-vignettes. Richly illustrated with numerous woodcut illustrations and diagrams in both works, some full-page. (22) pp., 1 f. (blank), 310 pp., 1 f. (blank) + (16), 331 pp.. The uncommon first edition of Descartes' main work of physics, the seminal "Principles of Philosophy", one of the most important works of philosophy and physics since Aristotle. It is in this groundbreaking work that the "Cogito ergo sum" ("I think, therefore I am") appears for the first time in the form in which we know it today and here that Descartes elaborates properly on it and puts it into the context that has been formative for philosophy - and modern thought in general - since then. Futhermore, it is in this work that we find the first formulation of what is now known as "Newton's First Law of Motion", which Newton borrowed from Descartes and later included in his own "principia". The "Principles of Philosophy" is in many ways related to the "Discourse on the Method"; Descartes had a translation made into Latin of that work in 1644 and it is likely that he intended this to accompany the first printing of his "Principles". And so, as is often the case, we here have withbound the first printing of the "Specimina Philosophiae", which constitutes the first translation into Latin of the "Discours" - which as opposed to general assumption does not contain the phrase "ego cogito, ergo sum". Nonetheless, this first Latin edition played a seminal role in the spreading of Descartes' ideas, as well into the 19th century, the Latin version reached a far larger audience than the French text.As such, the present volume can arguably be considered the principal source of Cartesian thought and the main influence on contemporary as well as later philosophical and scientific thinking.The "Principles", which was written in Latin, published in 1644, and translated into French in 1647, constitutes Descartes' general system of physics. In 1637, in the "Discourse", Descartes had put forward a limited sample of his new philosophy, accompanied by the essays on optics, meteorology, and geometry, to which he applied his method. This work recounted his own life journey and explained how he had come to the position of doubting his previous knowledge and seeking to begin afresh. It did not, however, contain the actual principles of his physics. Only after having published his "Meditations", could he actually present to the world his entire physics. "Once Descartes had presented his metaphysics, he felt free to proceed with the publication of his entire physics. However, he needed first to teach it to speak Latin, the lingua franca of the seventeenth century. He hatched a scheme to publish a Latin version of his physics (the "Principles") together with a scholastic Aristotelian work on physics, so that the comparative advantages would be manifest. For this purpose, he chose the "Summa philosophiae" of Eustace of St. Paul. That part of his plan never came to fruition. His intent remained the same: he wished to produce a book that could be adopted in the schools, even Jesuit schools such as La Flêche. Ultimately, his physics was taught in the Netherlands, France, England, and parts of Germany...The extant "Principles" offer metaphysics in Part I; the general principles of physics, in the form of his matter theory and laws of motion, are presented in Part II, as following from the metaphysics; Part III concerns astronomical phenomena; and Part IV covers the formation of the earth and seeks to explain the properties of minerals, metals, magnets, fire, and the like, to which are appended discussions of how the senses operate and a final discussion of methodological issues in natural philosophy." (SEP).Setting forth the principles of nature, i.e. the laws of physics, Descartes here presented a work of fundamental significance to the trajectory of modern physics. Most notably, he set forth the principle that in the absence of external forces, an object's motion will be uniform and in a straight line - the principle that is now known as "Newton's First Law of Motion", which Newton borrowed directly from the present work and included in his own "Principia". As to its impact upon modern philosophy, the present work can hardly be over-estimated. It is here that arguably the most famous sentence in the entire history of philosophy - "ego cogito, ergo sum" - appears for the first time in this iconic form, and it is likewise here that Descartes' famous note to it and his full elaboration of the concept appear for the first time. Descartes first wrote the phrase in French in his "Discours de la Méthode". He then referred implicitly to it in "Meditationes de Prima Philosophia", but without explicitly stating the familiar form of the phrase. The earliest written record of the phrase in Latin, in the form in which we know it and refer to it to this day, is in the first printing of the present work, "Principia Philosophiae", where he also provides a clear explanation of his intent in a margin note.The paragraph that has gone down in history as formative for the trajectory of modern philosophy, goes like this (Part 1, article 7):"Sic autem rejicientes illa omnia, de quibus aliquo modo possumus dubitare, ac etiam, falsa esse fingentes, facilè quidem, supponimus nullum esse Deum, nullum coelum, nulla corpora; nosque etiam ipsos, non habere manus, nec pedes, nec denique ullum corpus, non autem ideò nos qui talia cogitamus nihil esse: repugnat enim ut putemus id quod cogitat eo ipso tempore quo cogitat non existere. Ac proinde haec cognitio, "EGO COGITO, ERGO SUM" [in italics in the original], est omnium prima & certissima, quae cuilibet ordine philosophanti occurrat."And the famous margin note to this paragraph: "Non posse à nobis dubitari, quin existamus dum dubitamus: at que hoc esse primum quod ordine philosophando cognoscimus."(Translation: "While we thus reject all of which we can entertain the smallest doubt, and even imagine that it is false, we easily indeed suppose that there is neither God, nor sky, nor bodies, and that we ourselves even have neither hands nor feet, nor, finally, a body; but we cannot in the same way suppose that we are not while we doubt of the truth of these things; for there is a repugnance in conceiving that what thinks does not exist at the very time when it thinks. Accordingly, the knowledge, "I think, therefore I am", is the first and most certain that occurs to one who philosophizes orderly." Note: "That we cannot doubt of our existence while we doubt, and that this is the first knowledge we acquire when we philosophize in order.").- AND THUS, THE BEDROCK OF FUTURE PHILOSOPHICAL AND SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY HAD BEEN FORMULATED. The "Specimina philosophiae" constitutes the first Latin translation of the "Discours de la méthode", with considerable amendments (and without the essay on Geometry). "The "Specimina philosophiae" (Amsterdam: Elzevier, 1644) are preceded by a notice in which Descartes authorizes the text as a faithful translation of his "Discours" and "Essais", and announces that he has made some changes in the original content. This raises questions about the nature, extent and background of these authorial interventions - questions that are all the more important because until well into the 19th century, the Latin version reached a far larger audience than the French text. Nonetheless, the differences between both texts had never been researched systematically..." (review of Corinna Vermeulen's thesis on the "Specimina Philosophiae").There is no doubt that the publication of the "Specimina" was somehow connected to that of the "Principia Philosophiae", which explains why the two works are often found together. Presumably, Descartes saw the "Principia" as the fulfilment of the the thought hinted at or presented in the "Discours" and desired the wider audience to have access to the principal theories of that work also when reading the full development of his physics and philosophy as formulated in the "Principia". Also, the "Specimina" specifies the ways in which the physical principles could be applied, and as such it constitutes a natural appendix to the principal work (i.e. the "Principles"). This might also explain why the Latin translation of the "Discours" (i.e. the "Specimina") has the parts on optics and on meteorology, but not the geometry

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        Les Fleurs De Devotion, Contenant Diverses Prieres à Dieu, à la Vierge, au Saincts. Et Autres Oraisons pour dire devant & apres la Saincte Communion. Avec un Traicté de la Refination à la volonté de Dieu

      chez Martin Collet, Paris 1644 - Small 8vo. [175 x 105 x 18 mm]. [3]ff, 175, [1] pp. Bound in contemporary green goatskin, the covers tooled in gilt with a border of a wide zig-zag roll and fillets, with stepped-corners filled with scrolls, fleurons and dots and a large centre-piece with curved edges, containing scrolls, fleurons and roundels around a blank central compartment. The spine divided into six gilt panels each with a flower and sprigs, the edges of the boards tooled with a dotted roll, marbled endleaves, gilt edges. The dedication to "La Reyne Regente" is signed by Picault. The only copy located on Worldcat is in Lucerne, Switzerland (Zentral-und Hochschulbibliothek Luzern Standort Sempacherstrasse). This is a fine copy.

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        Principia Philosophiae

      Woodcut printer's vignette on title & numerous woodcut diagrams in the text. 12 p.l. (the last a blank), 310 pp. 4to, cont. vellum over boards, ties gone, spine lettered in ink at head. Amsterdam: L. Elzevir, 1644. [bound after]:--. Specimina Philosophiae: seu Dissertatio de Methodo Recte regendae rationis, et veritatis in scientiis investigandae: Dioptrice, et Meteora. Ex Gallico translata, & ab Auctore perlecta, variisque in locis emendata. Woodcut printer's device on title & numerous woodcuts in the text. 8 p.l., 331 pp. 4to. Amsterdam: L. Elzevir, 1644. Very attractive copies from the library of Hermann Conring (1606-81), professor of natural history at Helmstädt who made important contributions to medicine (he was an early convert to Harvey's ideas), law, and politics. With his 19-line epigraph on Descartes on the free front endpaper and signature dated 1645. I. First edition "of this monumental system of the world, the most comprehensive of all of Descartes' works. Dedicated to his friend, Princess Elizabeth, daughter of the Elector Palatine, Frederick V, its three treatises embrace the whole of his philosophy, with the exception of the moral... "In Part I, Descartes sets out the basic principles of his investigation pursuing the methods developed in his Discourse on Method... "Part II is devoted to the nature of the physical world and the means by which we may comprehend it. Fundamental to Descartes' physical theories was his conviction that all space was occupied, space was identified with matter, all matter was infinitely extensible and infinitely divisible; within the context of this theory a vacuum was impossible as was the existence of atoms... "Also presented in Part II are Descartes' three laws of motion: the first is the conventional statement that a body at rest remains at rest until set in motion by some outside agency, and, concomitantly, that a body in motion remains so until met with resistance. His second law states that moving bodies tend to continue in a straight line; consequently, for a body to move in a circle or an arc it must be subjected to forces other than those which initially set it in motion. His third law and the seven secondary rules which he derived from it are more controversial... "Part III not only presents Descartes' conception of the structure of the world, but represents the first serious attempt at a mechanical explanation of the solar system. The Vortex Theory boldly attempted to reduce the phenomena of the universe to a single mechanical principle. 'Even after Newton had shown that the Cartesian system was impossible as a dynamical system, the theory lingered on, and for more than a generation efforts were continually being made to patch up the fabric before it finally collapsed.'-Scott, 167-168."-Roberts & Trent, Bibliotheca Mechanica, pp. 91-92. II. First Latin edition of Descartes' Discours de la Méthode; this edition contains important revisions by the author. The first edition, published in 1637, marks the starting point of the Cartesian system of natural philosophy, which stands in time between Bacon and Newton. His famous "Cogito, ergo sum" first appeared in this form in this edition. The book includes important observations on optics in the Dioptrice. Fine crisp copies. ❧ See Printing and the Mind of Man 129 and Horblit 24 for the first edition. .

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        THE REVELATION OF ST. JOHN illustrated with analysis and scholions wherein the sense is opened by the scripture & the event of things fore - told shewed by Histories.

      London, Samuel Cartwright, 1644.FOURTH EDITION 1644 corrected and amended "with Supply of many things formerly left out". Small 4to, approximately 195 x 140 mm, 7¾ x 5½ inches, engraved portrait frontispiece of the author, engraved pictorial title page with a border of 8 images from Revelations, 1 pictorial initial repeated a few times, pages: [8], 1 - 96, 99 - 490, 501 - 1088, jumps in pagination in all copies, register and text are continuous, collation: A - B2, C - 4Z4, 5A - 5V4, 6A - 6K4, 7A - 7P4, separate dated title page for the section on the Prophecies of Daniel and the section on the Commentary on the Canticles, bound in modern panelled speckled calf with blind decoration, raised bands to spine, gilt lettered and bordered red morocco label, new endpapers. Untidy early inscriptions on blank verso of frontispiece and blank final leaf, portrait and engraved title page slightly frayed along lower edge, no loss of printed area, both well thumbed in margins, fore - edge margin trimmed on B1, no loss, a few very small closed edge tears, very occasional light soiling, mainly to margins, small piece missing from corner of 4 pages, some pages lightly browned, small worm track to lower inner margin of Vvvv1 to Ccccc1, continuing as a tiny single hole to Kkkkk4, another area of worming in the same place from Nnnnn1 to Rrrrr1 continuing as a single hole to Aaaaaaa2, small ink stain on final leaf of text, no loss of legibility. A very good copy. Divided into 4 sections: A Revelation of the Apocalypse; Against Bellarmine, touching Antichrist; Most comfortable exposition of the last and most difficult part of the Prophecie of Daniel; Commentary on the Canticles or the Song of Solomon. Thomas Brightman (1562?1607) was an English clergyman and biblical commentator. His exegesis of the Book of Revelation, published posthumously, proved influential. According to William M. Lamont, Brightman and Joseph Mede were the two most important ?revisionists? of the interpretation and eschatology set down by John Foxe; among Brightman's contributions was to weaken the imperial associations tied to the Emperor Constantine I. The detailed reading, in favour of the Genevan and Scottish churches, and condemning the 'Laodicean' (lukewarm) Church of England, helped to move on the Puritan conceptions of church reform and its urgency... As a preacher he was celebrated, though his disaffection from the church establishment was no secret. (Wikipedia). MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Territorio Padovano

      Amsterdam, Blaeu Joan, 1644. "Territorio Padovano". Altkol. Kupf.-Kte. bei J. Blaeu, Amsterdam, 1644. Mit ornament. Titelkart., fig. Kart. mit Meilenanzeiger ("Scala di Miglia cinque"), e. Wappen, ornament. Kart mit Dedikation (an R. van der Houve von J. u. C. Blaeu) und e. Wappen, 4 Segelschiffe und e. Windrose. 38,5:50,5 cm.. Koeman II, map 7120:2.2, ed. 2:202-3 (1644-55 Latin). - Karte von der Provinz Padua in Norditalien.

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        Istria olim Iapidia

      Amstredam, Blaeu, Joan, 1644. "Istria olim Iapidia". Altkol. Kupf.-Kte. bei J. Blaeu, Amsterdam, 1644. Mit fig. Titelkart., von 2 Putten gehaltene Kart. mit Meilenanzeiger ("Scala di Miglia sette Italiane") und einem Segelschiff. 38:50 cm.. Koeman II, map 7180:2, ed. 2:202-3 (1644-55 Latin). - Ostorientierte Karte von der kroatischen Halbinsel Istrien.

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        CIVILIS DOCTRINA DE ANTIQUITATE, ET RELIGIONE, REGIMINE, PRIVILEGIIS, ET PRAEHEMINENTIIS incltae Civitatis Barcinonae.

      Ex Typographia Gabrielis Nogues. Barcelona, 1644 - . 21 cm (4º). Grabado xilográfico de santa Eulalia en portada. [12], 264 pág., 22 h. de índices (sign. [cruz]6, A-Z4, 2A-Q3, falta Q4, en blanco). Texto a dos columnas. Frisos y capitulares. Enc. en pergamino reciente, lomera rotulada, cierres. Antiguas manchas, papel tostado en última parte, pérdida de texto en última hoja (restaurada). Anotación manuscrita antigua, tachada, en portada. Primera edición de esta historia de Barcelona, de la que el CCPB (000052639-8) cita un único ejemplar. Barcelona, historia antigua, monografía local Catalunya Libros antiguos anteriores a 1830 latín [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Prima Parte dello Specchio del Mare, nel quale ai Descrivono Tutti li Porti, Spiaggie, Baye, Isole, Scogli, e Seccagni del Mediterraneo.

      1644 - Genova: Gerolamo Matino & Benedetto Celle, 1644. First Edition, Part 1 only (all published); Folio, 18th century vellum, ink mss title on the top of spine; engraved title, pp. (iv)+152, many woodcut charts and illustrations; 25 engraved charts, all but one double-page. A few repairs to charts. An atlas of sea charts of the Mediterranean, inspired by and named after Jacobsz's 'Zeespiegel' (Mirror of the Sea). There are general charts of the western and eastern Mediterranean and localised details from the Strait of Gibraltar and the Balearics to the Aegean and Cyprus. The text is profusely illustrated with woodcut coastal profiles and port plans. The elaborate title page is divided into three: at the top is a female allegorical figure of Geography with putti with back-staffs; in the center the title and dedication are surrounded by putti, instruments and charts; and finally at the bottom is a sea battle.

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        Dominio Fiorentino

      Amsterdam, Blaeu, Joan, 1644. "Dominio Fiorentino". Altkol. Kupf.-Kte. bei J. Blaeu, Amsterdam, 1644. Mit fig. Titelkart., Meilenanzeiger ("Scala di Miglia quindeci"), fig. Kart. mit Dedikation (an Theodorus Hasselaer) mit einem Wappen und 2 Segelschiffe. 38:50 cm.. Koeman II, map 7200:2, ed. 2:202-3 (1644-55 Latin). - Karte von der Herrschaft Florenz in der nördlichen Toskana mit Florenz, Pisa, Livorno u. a. Städten.

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        Regno di Napoli

      Amsterdam, Blaeu, Joan, 1644. (Königreich). "Regno di Napoli". Altkol. Kupf.-Kte. bei J. Blaeu, Amsterdam, 1644. Mit fig. Titelkart. mit einem Wappen, 6 Segelschiffe, 2 Windrosen, Meilenanzeiger ("Milliaria Italica"), gr. Wappen oben rechts und Ränder bei der Seiten, je mit 6 Gebietswappen. 38:50 cm.. Koeman II, map 7400:2, ed. 2:202-3 (1644-55 Latin). - Dekorative Karte von Süditalien.

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        Principato citra olim Picentia

      Amsterdam, Blaeu, Joan, 1644. "Principato Citra olim Picentia". Altkol. Kupf.-Kte. bei J. Blaeu, Amsterdam, 1644. Mit gr. fig. Titelkart. mit e. Wappen, fig. Kart. mit Meilenanzeiger ("Scala di miglia dieci Italiane"), 4 Segelschiffe und e. Windrose. 38:50 cm.. Koeman II, map 7420:2, ed. 2:202-3 (1644-55 Latin). - Karte von dem südlichen Teil von Kampanien mit Capri und dem Golf von Salerno.

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        Territorio Pervgino

      Amsterdam, Blaeu Joan, 1644. "Territorio Perugino". Altkol. Kupf.-Kte. bei J. Blaeu, Amsterdam, 1644. Mit gr. ornament. Titelkart. mit 2 Putten und einem Wappen und ornament. Kart. mit Meilenanzeiger ("Scala di Miglia cinque Italiana") und e. Putte. 38:50 cm.. Koeman II, map 7340:2, ed. 2:202-3 (1644-55 Latin). - Karte von der Provinz Perugia in der Region Umbria.

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        La science heroique: traitant de la noblesse, de l'origine des armes, de leurs blasons, & symboles, de tymbres, bourlets, couronnes, cimiers, lambrequins, supports, & tenans, & autres ornements de l'escu de la deuise , & du cry de guerre, de l'escu pendant & des pas & emprises des anciens cheualiers, des formes differentes de leurs tombeaux et des marques exterieures de l'escu de nos roys, des reynes, & enfans de France, & des officiers de la couronne, & de la maison du roy. Auec la Genealogie succincte de la maison de Rosmadec en Bretagne, Le tout embelly d'un grand nombre de figures en taille douce, sur toutes ces matieres. Anhang mit separatem Titel: Genealogie succinte de la maison de Rosmadec ... enrichie de quelques remarques & recherches faictes par le sieur de la Colombiere Vulson.

      Paris, Seb. et Gabriel Cramoisy 1644.. 2 Teile in einem Band. Folio (36,5 x 26 cm). Gestochenes Frontispiz, [8] Bl., 494 S., [7] Kupfertaf, [9] Bl., [1] weißes Bl.; Kupferstich-Titel, Titel, S. 5-36, [2] Kupfertaf., S. 37-38, 1 w. Bl., [6] Kupfertaf., [2] Bl. Mit gestochenem Frontispiz, 2 gest. Titelvignetten, 11 Kupfertafeln, 6 gest. Stammtafeln und 131 (davon 123 ganzseitigen) Textkupfern. Zeitgenössisches Ganzleder mit Rückenvergoldung. Einband etwas beschabt, wenige Wurmlöcher, Kapitale bestoßen, 1 Gelenk unten eingerissen. Papier stellenweise etwas gebräunt oder mit bräunendem Wasserfleck in der oberen Innenecke, dort auch etwas geknittert.. Brunet V, 1390. Guigard 35. Bernd 1881. Erste Ausgabe. Mit Beiträgen, die in die späteren Ausgaben nicht mehr aufgenommen worden sind. Die in einigen Katalogaufnahmen genannten 11 (statt 9) Kupfertafeln sind darauf zurückzuführen, daß die S. 481-84 nicht paginiert sind und mithin auch als Tafeln gezählt werden können. Vollständiges Exemplar des wichtigen Werkes in einem schönen Exemplar aus bedeutender Provenienz: Vorderdeckel mit Wappenetikett der Bibliothek der Grafen von Schönborn-Buchheim.

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        Hippolytus redivivus, id est remedium contem-nendi sexum muliebrem.

      - Npnn, 1644. Petit in-12, 96 pp., veau marbré d'époque, dos orné. / Small 12mo, 96 p., full contemp. calf, adorned back. Celèbre satire néo-latine contre les femmes, et "en faveur de l'onanisme" (Graesse). / Famous Neo-Latin satire against women, a «plea in favor of onanism» (Graesse). * Brunet III, 178; Gay II 482; Techener, 12352; Graesse, III, 285; Du Roure, Analectabiblion, 441. * Voir photographie(s) / See picture(s). * Membre du SLAM et de la LILA / ILAB Member. * La librairie est ouverte du mardi au samedi de 14h à 19h. Langue : Français

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        "Geometrischer grundriss und beschreibung dess... Stift und Clossters Tegernsee". Ansicht des Sees aus der Vogelschau mit genauer Angabe aller Ortschaften, Häuser, Straßen, Berge usw.; in den Ecken vier Ansichten des Klosters.

      . Kupferstich von Merian, 1644, 29 x 39 cm.. Lentner 2529. - Im unteren Rand Erklärung 1 - 32. - Schöner Druck.

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        Le parfait joailler ou histoire des pierreries où sont amplement descrites leur naissance, juste prix, moyen de les connaitre & se garder des contrefaites, facultés médicinales & propriétés curieuses. Et de nouveau enrichi de belles annotations, indices & figures, par André Toll.

      Lyon, Huguetan 1644 - In-8 [170 x 105 mm]. Collation : (32), 746, (36) pp., 2 tableaux dépl. hors-texte. Vélin. (Reliure de l'époque.) Première édition en français du "Gemmarum et Lapidum historia", ouvrage de la plus grande importance pour l'histoire de la minéralogie et de la gemmologie. Boodt a tenté la première classification des minéraux. Il en connaît près de 600 et décrit leurs propriétés, leur valeur leur usage médical. Illustré par 43 bois gravés dans le texte et 2 tableaux dépliants. Les gravures montrent des pierres, des cristaux, des machines pour tailler et polir les pierres précieuses et même des fossiles. La traduction est de Jean Bachou. Papier très légèrement bruni, bel exemplaire. Provenance : Joseph Xaupi (ex-libris armorié gravé, quelqu'un a collé son ex-libris, une autre personne l'a retiré et l'ex-libris de Xaupi est un peu déchiré). DSB 2, 293. Ward, Carrozzi 254. // You can browse all my books on latude.net

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        Le Sage résolu contre la fortune. / Dédié à Monseigneur le chancelier. Seconde édition. / [suivi de] : Le Sage résolu contre l'adversité.

      Chez Cardin Besongne,, (Paris) A Pars [sic] 1644 - Author : Petrarque - Francesco Petrarca (Translation by François De Grenaille) Title : Le Sage résolu contre la fortune. / Dédié à Monseigneur le chancelier. Seconde édition. / [suivi de] : Le Sage résolu contre l'adversité. Language : Text in French Publisher : A Pars [sic] : Chez Cardin Besongne, 1644-1646. (Complete 2 books bound in one) Size : 9 "X 7 " Pages : 49-208-207 pages Binding : Good full vellum leather binding (hinges fine, overall slightly worn and scuffed) Content : Good content (inner hinges weakt, some pen underlining, last 3 pages repaired without text lost) Illustrations : Including a frontis illustration (lower corner repaired by ancient owner) The book :Very rare French edition of De remediis utriusque fortunae - a collection of 253 Latin dialogues written by the humanist Francesco Petrarca, commonly known as Petrarch. In 1579 the dialogues were translated into English by the Elizabethan physician Thomas Twyne (1543¿1613) and titled Phisicke Against Fortune. Petrarch's literary genius helped inform the Italian Renaissance. The dialogues, completed towards the end of Petrarch's life, are treasure-chests of wisdom and humour which, despite the passing of six centuries, have not lost their relevance. They display remarkably lucid ideas that are cogently expressed. Drawing on classical sources, Petrarch expounded on refinement in taste and intellect, on finesse and propriety in speech and style. The writing is a bouquet of moral philosophy, set out to show how thought and deed can generate happiness on the one hand, or sorrow and disillusionment on the other. In a recurring theme throughout the dialogues, Petrarch advises humility in prosperity and fortitude in adversity. ****(French description française)****Auteur : Petrarque - Francesco Petrarca (Traduction de François De Grenaille) Titre : Le Sage résolu contre la fortune. / Dédié à Monseigneur le chancelier. Seconde édition. / [suivi de] : Le Sage résolu contre l'adversité. Langue : Texte en français Éditions : A Pars [sic] : Chez Cardin Besongne, 1644-1646. 1790. (Bien complet des 2 tomes dans un volume.) Dimensions : 23 cm X 17 cm Pagination : 49-208-207 pages Reliure : Bonne reliure plein cuir (velin) (mors solides, généralement usée et frottée) Contenu : Bon contenu (mors intérieurs faible, quelques rares passages soulignés au crayon à mine, réparation aux 3 dernières pages sans perte de texte) Illustrations : Illustration en frontispice (ancienne réparation au coin inférieur) Le livre : Très rare édition de cet ouvrage de Pétrarque. Deuxième édition de 1644 de la traduction de "De remediis utriusque fortunae" par François de Grenaille (1616-1680), historiographe de Gaston d'Orléans, parue pour la 1ère fois entre 1644 et 1652 sous le titre "Le sage résolu contre la fortune" [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        TA., Marienplatz m. Frauenkirche.

      . Kupferstich v. Merian, 1644, 22 x 33.

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        DACHAU: Gesamtansicht: um 1644, Kupferstich, 20x31 cm

      . DACHAU: Gesamtansicht - um 1644, Kupferstich, 20x31 cm.

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        THEATRO D?ARCANI NEL QUALE SI TRATTA DELL?ARTE CHIMICA, & SUOI ARCANI. Con gli Afforismi di Ippocrate commentati da Paracelso, & l?espositione d?alcune Cifre, & Caratteri oscuri de Filosofi. Con due tavole una de' Capitoli, & l?altra delle cose più notabili.

      per Gio. Pietro Ramellati 1644 In - 16 gr. (mm. 182x110), p. pergamena antica (risg. rifatti), 28 cc.nn. (compresa l?antiporta figurata, qui in facsimile di formato ridotto), 456 pp.num., ornato da grandi capilett. e con simboli chimici, silografati nel t. "Edizione originale" di grande rarità. Cfr. Piantanida,I / II, 2203: ?Dedica al Co. Mattiae Galasso, generalissimo dell?Imperatore d?Austria. Opera molto interessante perché diversi capitoli trattano dell?applicazione dell??argento vivo?, invenzione dell?A. contro la sifilide, ecc.? - Choix de Olschki,IX,13401 - Cfr. Duveen, p. 364: ?First edition and rare. The author, who was born at Bergamo, was a zealous iatrochemist who invented a balsam to heal wounds. His book is of paracelsian interest?. Con lievi aloni margin. e tracce d?uso ma complessivam. buon esemplare.

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        Monachium. München." Ansicht aus der Vogelschau

      Kupferstich aus Merian 1644. Kupferstich aus Merian 1644. 29.5x36 cm. - Duvigneau 1971 2 - Mit Legende 1 - 31. Unten rechts kurzer Papierabriss außerhalb des Bildes ergänzt

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        Les Annales d?Aquitaine. Faicts et gestes en sommaire des Roys de France et d?Angleterre, Pays de Naples & de Milan.

      A Poitiers, par Abraham Mounin, Imprimeur & libraire, 1644. Grand in / 4 reliure plein veau du temps, frontispice gravé, vignette en page de titre, planche (portrait de François de la Roche Foucault), bandeaux, lettrines historiées, 19 f., 666 p. Dos abîmé : coiffe inférieure manquante, supérieure partiellement manquante, cuir coupé sur le dos, 3 nerfs très usés laissant apparaître les liens, coins très usés, auréole sur la bordure centrale des 13 premiers feuillets, galerie d?insecte décroissante en marge intérieure des 11 premiers feuillets, passages soulignés jusqu?à la p. 270, des fantaisies de pagination (sans manque de texte). BOUCHET Jean, poète et écrivain Français, né à Poitiers, en 1476, mort vers 1550 , montra de bonne heure un véritable talent pour la poésie. A peiné âgé de vingt ans, il présenta, en 1496, à Lyon, quelques - unes de ses productions à Charles VIII. La peste s'étant déclarée à Poitiers, il se retira à la campagne, où il produisit de nombreux ouvrages en vers et en prose. Doué d'une vive imagination, et écrivain d'une extrême fécondité, Jean Bouchetfut le premier poète qui se soit astreint, dans la plupart de ses vers, au mélange alternatif des rimes masculines et féminines. Big 4to in contemporary full calf, ribbed spine, engraved frontispiece, vignette in title page, plate, head - piece, historical lettersz, [19], 666 p. Flaws : spine damaged with tips lacking, joints partially cracked with heavy wears, rubbed corners ; waterstain on 13 first sheets, decreassing wormholes on inner margin of the 11 first sheets, marginalia (underlinings) till 270 p. relié Bon état

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        Kst.- Karte, v. Rogiers n. Lublin b. Blaeu, "Pomeraniae dvcatvs tabvla".

      . altkol.,, 1644, 38 x 49. Dek. Karte m. 3 ausgemalten Kartuschen u. maritimer Staffage ( Schiffe u. Windrosen ).

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        'Drentia Comitatus. Transisulaniae Tabula II. Auctore Cornelio Pynacker I.C. - Apud Joannem Janßonium. - A. van den Broeck fecit.':.

      . Altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Cornelio Pynacker n. A. van den Broeck b. Johannes Janssonius (Jansson) in Amsterdam, 1644, 38,5 x 53 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Koeman, Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. II, 3850.1B.1. - Zeigt die niederländische Provinz Drenthe zwischen Groningen, Meppel und Coeverden. - Oben links Titelkartusche. - Unten links Kartusche mit Meilenzeiger. - In der Karte mehrere Wappen.

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        Gesamtans., ( gest. v. W. Hollar, 5 x 36 ), darunter GA aus der Vogelschau ( v. M. Merian, 24 x 36 ).

      . Kupferstich v. Merian n. Wenzel Hollar, 1644, 29 x 36.

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        Relation Auß Parnasso. Erster/Zweyter und Dritter Theil/ Das ist Allerhandt lustige, anmüthige sowol Politische/Historische als Moralische Discurs, darin nicht ... die heutige Welt....Sampt Beygefügtem Politischen Probierstein.....Teutsche übersetzt

      Ffm., Johann Beyers, 1644.. Ffm., Johann Beyers, 1644.. Mit schönem gestochenen Titelkupfer, Titel & 20 n. n. Bll., 702 S. In einem Ganzlederband d. Zeit auf 4 Bünden m. reicher Rvg., Kantenvergoldung und vergoldeten Wappen-Supralibros eines deutschen oder österreichischen fürstlichen Hauses mit Monogramm "R M F". Ecken bestossen, Rückenende unten und eine Stehkante etwas gebraucht. Etwas wurmspurig, kaum bis in dem Block hinein; Vorbesitzer-Vermerk etwas unschön in Tinte am Titel. EdtA. (?) * BOCCALINUS: d. i. Johann Albert FABRICIUS, laut Holzmann-Bohatta, S. 36, 2. Spalte; ] Am Titel etwas unschön aber in leserlicher Hand in Tinte Namen eines Vorbesitzers. SCHÖNES UND SEHR SELETENES EXEMPLAR.

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        Brief mit eigenh. U.

      Wien, 7. V. 1644.. ¾ SS. auf Doppelblatt. Folio. Mit Adresse und papiergedecktem Siegel.. An seinen Vetter Fürst Ferdinand de Medici, Herzog der Toskana, mit der Bitte um Lieferung von "Öhl gegen Bezahlung" für den Hofstaat: "[...] Vonn dem Mir obgedachtem Handelßmann solches nicht Verwaigern mögen, in erlangung Wir ein guten theil von selbigem Öhl Zur Unßerm Hofstadt gebrauchen [...]". - Der zweite Sohn Kaiser Ferdinands II. wurde 1625 als Nachfolger seines Oheims Leopold V. Ferdinand von Österreich Bischof von Passau und Straßburg sowie Fürstabt von Murbach und Lüders im Elsaß, seit 1627 auch Bischof von Halberstadt, seit 1636 von Olmütz und seit 1655 von Breslau. "Seit 1625 providierter, seit 1641 wirklicher Hochmeister des Deutschen Ordens, war Leopold Wilhelm einer der größten Pfründenbesitzer der deutschen Kirchengeschichte und ein Förderer der Jesuiten. 1639 übernahm er den Oberbefehl über die kaiserliche Armee im Dreißigjährigen Krieg, konnte die Schweden 1640 aus Böhmen verdrängen, verlor nach der Niederlage bei Breitenfeld den Oberbefehl, den er 1645 erneut übernahm. 1646-56 war er Statthalter der Spanischen Niederlande und konnte die Generalstaaten zum Kampf gegen Frankreich gewinnen" (DBE). - Papierbedingt etwas gebräunt und mit stärkeren Randläsuren, der Text hiervon jedoch unbeeinträchtigt.

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        Opuscual aurea, & selectiora ... Accedit novum consilium de ratione discendi medicina, aliasque disciplinas hactenus editum. Ad clarissimum, & excellentisimum virum Ioannem Stephanum.

      Vendig, Iuntas & Baba. 1644.. Folio. 38 n.n. Bl., 492 S., 101 S., 9 n.n. Bl., 1 weisses Bl. Mit 24 Holzschnitten im und 2 Plänen im Text. Pergamentband der Zeit.. Wellcome IV, 116. - Krivatsy 7780. - Seltene Ausgabe der Schriften mit den Illustrationen zu "De arte gymnastica". Enthält daneben Schriften zur Kinder- und Frauenheilkunde, Pestschriften und Schriften zur Toxikologie. - Vereinzelt leicht gebräunt. Vorsätze und Titel leicht angestaubt. Einband mit kleiner Fehlstelle auf dem Hinterdeckel. Die Gelenke etwas angerissen. (Sprache: Lateinisch / Latin)

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        Monachium München. Gesamtansicht (Plan) aus der Vogelschau

      Frankfurt, Matthäus Merian, 1644. Radierung von Matthäus Merian d.Ä. 32,8 x 39,5 cm Blattgröße. - Zettler, 3. - Matthäus Merian, Kupferstecher und Verleger aus Basel, hat in seinem Frankfurter Verlag die umfangreichste Sammlung von Ansichten und Karten europäischer Städte seiner Zeit herausgegeben. Der Stadtplan von München geht zurück auf Volckmer, wird aber ergänzt mit den neuen Befestigungsanlagen, die zu diesem Zeitpunkt jedoch noch nicht fertiggestellt waren. - Aus der Sammlung des Kartographen Kaspar Gustav Wenng, mit dessen eigenhändigen Besitzvermerk um unteren weissen Rand "N.4 Wenng". - In einwandfreier sauberer Erhaltung und breitrandig, mit zusätzlichen äußeren Rand in hellbrauner Tusche ausgeführt.

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        Opuscual aurea, & selectiora ... Accedit novum consilium de ratione discendi medicina, aliasque disciplinas hactenus editum. Ad clarissimum, & excellentisimum virum Ioannem Stephanum.

      Folio. 38 n.n. Bl., 492 S., 101 S., 9 n.n. Bl., 1 weisses Bl. Mit 24 Holzschnitten im und 2 Plänen im Text. Pergamentband der Zeit. Wellcome IV, 116. - Krivatsy 7780. - Seltene Ausgabe der Schriften mit den Illustrationen zu "De arte gymnastica". Enthält daneben Schriften zur Kinder- und Frauenheilkunde, Pestschriften und Schriften zur Toxikologie. - Vereinzelt leicht gebräunt. Vorsätze und Titel leicht angestaubt. Einband mit kleiner Fehlstelle auf dem Hinterdeckel. Die Gelenke etwas angerissen.

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        Topographia Franconiae - Topographia Archiepiscopatum, Moguntinensis...- Topographia Bavaria

      Frankfurt: Merian, 1644. Frankfurt: Merian, 1644. Hardcover (rebound in leather). Good Condition. Hardcover (rebound in leather). 3 volumes bound in one each with separate title pages, rebound in full black morocco. Franconiae dated 1648 in the dedication (but likely a ca. 1679 reimpression), the others, 1646 and 1644 on the title pages. Scattered paper flaws, old repairs and tears (including a long tear to first title page), some old cellotape repairs to first title and elsewhere (significant cellotape repair to a few of the large folding plates including a view of Nuremberg), scattered browning and light dampstains, creases. Restitched by machine a bit close so that the inner gutter is not visible on the double page plates. With 44 plates, maps and views in Topographia Franconiae - the plate list is a bit difficult, but apparently missing 2. 41 plates, maps and views in Archiepiscopatum, Moguntinensis and 58 in Bavaria. In both cases apparently complete as compared to the rather obscure plates lists, but often bound out of order. Two plates detached but present. Most folding or double page, many plates with multiple views.& & Size: Folio. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Over 3 kilos. Category: Travel & Places; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 043172.

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        Ischia Isola, olim Aenaria

      Amsterdam, Blaeu, Johann a Cornelis, 1644. "Ischia Isola, olim Aenaria". Orig. copper-engraving. Published in Amsterdam by J. and C. Blaeu, 1644-55. Coloured. With ornamental title-cartouche, another 2 ornamental cartouches and 3 ships. 38:49,5 cm.. Koeman II, map 7550:2, ed. 2:202-3 (1644-55 Latin) - A very decorative map of Ischia. Oriented to the South.

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        Consiliorum et observationum medicinalium. Libri VI. In quibus plerorumque corporis humani affectuum curationes, praesertim remedia euporista, ab ipsomet autore partim inventa, partim ab aliis ante experta & mutuata, luculenter, & historice, tanquam in diario, proponuntur.

      Ulm, Balthasar Kühne für Johann Görlin, 1644.. 4°. 8 n.n. Bl., 579 (recte 577) S., 10 n.n. S. Index. Pergamentband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel.. VD17 32:290648L. - Hirsch, IV, 45. - Eine von nur zwei medizinischen Schriften des durch seine historischen Arbeiten berühmten Polyhistors. Lotichius (eig. Lotz), Johann Peter (1598-1669) studierte Medizin in Marburg und Basel und war ab 1620 an verschiedenen Orten um und in Frankfurt als Mediziner tätig. - Gleichmässig leicht gebräunt. Schwacher Wasserrand.

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        Le Parfaict Ioaillier, ou Histoire des Pierreries: ou sont amplement descrites leur naissance, iuste prix, moyen de les cognoistre, & se garder des contrefaites, facultez medecinales, & proprietez curieuses ... et de nouveau enrichi de belles annotations, indices & figures, par Andre Toll.

      1644. Lyon, Huguetan, 1644. 8vo. pp. (32), 746, (36), with 2 folding tables, engraved device on title and numerous woodcut illustrations. Contemporary mottled calf (head and tail of spine slightly worn). Ward & Carozzi 254. First edition in French of Boodt's fundamental manual on mineralogy and gemmology. Boodt (ca.1550-1632), court physician to Rudolf II, 'made the first attempt at a systematic description of minerals, dividing the minerals into great and small, rare and common, hard and soft, combustible and incombustible, transparent and opaque. He usues a scale of hardness expressed in three degrees and notes the crystalline forms of some minerals (triangular, quadratic, and hexangular). ... He enumerates about 600 minerals that he knows from personal observation, and describes their properties, values, imitations, and medical applications. There are also tables of values of diamonds according to their size and short description of the polishing of precious stones' (Wlodzimierz Hubicki in DSB). The woodcuts illustrate crystals, gemstones, and a variety of cutting and polishing equipment.

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        Ad vivium exprimebat.

      1644. Bologna, Guiseppe Longhi and Franciscus Curtus, c.1644. Small folio (275 x 200mm). With engraved title within a garland of flowers and ribbons, 31 engraved plates, reversed images of Robert's 'Variae ac multiformes florum species'. Old boards. A very rare set of engravings after Robert with strong impressions. There is no mention of Robert and all the plates are signed F. Curtus. This set is not mentioned in any of the obvious bibliographies although Curtus or Curti is known as a publisher of other works..

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        Pharus Galliae antiquae. Ex Cesare, Hirtio, Strabone, Plinio, Ptolomaeo, itinerariis, notitiis, etc. Quadripertito indice Geographico comprehens. Cum interpretatione Vernacula.

      Moulins, Petrus Vernoy, 1644.. 32 Bll., 272 S. Kl.-8vo. Spät. Kart. mit durchgezog. Bünd.. Erste Ausgabe. - De Backer/S. IV, 1299, 9. - 2 Bll. mit bibliographischen Anmerkungen auf vord. Spiegel mont. - Erläuterndes Wörterbuch geographischer Namen, die in den klassischen Beschreibungen Galliens vorkommen. "C'est une critique de la Description de la Gaule de Nicolas Sanson, et ou il ne se genait pas cependant pour lui faire d'audacieux emprunts. Une guerre de plume s'ensuivit entre le geographe et le jesuite ..." (NBG XXVIII, 339). - Unbeschnitten. Wappenexlibris des Fürsten Liechtenstein. - Selten. - Der französische Jesuit Philippe Labbe (1607-1667) besaß ein erstaunliches Gedächtnis nebst einer weitläufigen Gelehrsamkeit, war aber "sehr hochmüthig u. schmähsüchtig, konte auch seine Affecten gar nicht im Zaum halten; lehrte die Humaniora, Philosophie u. Theologie..." (Jöcher, Comp. Gelehrten-Lex. I, Sp. 1483). - Der Kartograph Nicolas Sanson (d.Ä., 1600-1667) "trieb nach Vollendung seiner Studien eine Zeit Handlung, kam hernach, weil er unglücklich darinnen war, nach Paris, gab erst einen Ingenieur, hernach einen Königlichen Geographum ab, edirte einen Atlas von 300 Charten..." (Ebda. II, Sp. 898).

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        'De Cust van Zeeland, Begrypende in sich de Zee gaten, als van de Wielingen, Ter Veere, Ziericzee, Brouwers-haven, Goeree en de Maes. 't Amsterdam. By Iacob Theunisz op 't water inde Lootsman.':.

      . Altkolorierter Kupferstich aus De Lichtende Columne ofte Zee-Spiegel, ... b. Jacob Theunitsz. (Lootsman) in Amsterdam, 1644, 42,5 x 52,5 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Koeman, Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. IV (Maritime Atlases), S. 233 ff.; Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. E - J., S. 420 (Jacob Theunitsz. died 1679. Son of Anthonie <Theunis> Jacobsz. Produced a mariner's guide with new maps <to replace the plates that had passed to Pieter Goos>, ...). - Die Seekarte zeigt Zeeland mit Voorne, Goerre-Overflakkee, Schouwen-Duiveland, Noord-Beveland und Walcheren, zwischen Cadzand-Bad bis Brielle auf Voorne (Zuid-Holland). - Unten links Titelkartusche und Verlegeradresse. - In der Nordsee Segelschiff und Windrose. - Oben rechts Meilenzeigerkartusche. - Seltene frühe Seekarte von Zeeland.

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        'Dvcatvs Gelriae pars secunda Quae est Rvremondensis.':.

      . kolorierter Kupferstich b. Johannes Janssonius (Jansson) in Amsterdam, 1644, 38,5 x 52 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. I, S. 632; 3712:1.1. (Ohne Rückentext). - Zeigt die niederländische Provinz Gelderland mit dem Land van Kessel, Cuijk, Hoorn u. die Region von Roermond; im Zentrum der Karte Venlo; ebenfalls eingezeichnet die Fossa Eugeniana zwischen Venlo u. Rheinberg. - Unten rechts Titelkartusche mit Meilenzeiger.

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        Tabvla Islandiae

      Amsterdam, Janssonius, Johannes, 1644. "Tabula Islandiae Auctore Georgio Carolo Flandro". Orig. copper-engraving after J. Carolus' map of Island. Published in Amsterdam by J. Janssonius, 1644-58. Orig. old colouring. With ornamental title-cartouche with 2 mythological figures, another ornamental cartouche with the scale of map ("Miliaria Germanica ... Gallica communia"), 2 wind roses, a ship, 2 sea creatures and exploding volcano Hekla. 38:49 cm.. Koeman I, map 1250:1B.1, ed. 1:424/27 (1644-58 German) - A very decorative map of Iceland.

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        Weltliche Poemata(.) Zum Viertenmal vermehret vnd vbersehen herraus geben.

      . Frankfurt, Götz 1644. Zwei Teile (Tl.1 o.J., Tl. 2 datiert). 8°. (15) Bll. (von 16: ohne den emblematischen Kupfertitel), 573, (3) Ss. (die letzten 3 weiß); Titel (in typogr. Zierrahmen), S. 3-464 (recte 384: die Paginierung springt von S. 192 auf 273). Teil 1 Titelauflage der 4. Ausg., Teil 2 vierte Ausg. Angeb.: Ders: Florilegium variorum epigrammatum. Mart. Opitius ex vestustis ac recentioribus Poetis congessit & versibus Germanicis reddidit. Frankfurt, Hoffmann für Götz 1644. 8°. 46 Ss., (1) Bl. (weiß). Mit Holzschnitt - Titelvignette. Dritte rechtmäßige Ausgabe. Angeb.: Ders.: Geistliche Poemata, Von jhm selbst anjetzo zusammengelesen verbessert vnd absonderlich herauß gegeben. (Breslau), Müllers Erben 1638. 8°. 408 Ss. Mit Holzschnitt - Titelvignette. Erste Ausgabe dieser Sammlung. Pergament d. Zt. (stark gebräunt, etwas fleckig) mit handschriftl. Rückenschild (etwas beschädigt). Die Bedeutung von Martin Opitz (1597 - 1639) liegt nicht zuletzt darin, dass er mit seinen Gedichtsammlungen nachweisen will, dass die deutsche Sprache die gleichen poetischen Qualitäten hat wie andere große Kultursprachen; damit leistet er einen ganz wesentlichen Beitrag zur Emanzipation des Deutschen gegenüber dem Lateinischen; zugleich legt er wichtige Grundlagen dafür, dass das Deutsche sich auch wirklich zu einer Literatursprache entwickelt. Seine Gedichtsammlungen verstehen sich als Muster; deshalb enthalten sie verschiedene Gattungen. Ganz zeittypisch orientieren sie sich an großen Vorbildern: Opitz war von der Lehrbarkeit der Kunstformen überzeugt, die "imitatio" von Vorbildern spielt deshalb eine viel größere Rolle als ein Dichterindividuum. Das "Florilegium" ist eine Sammlung griechischer und lateinischer (auch mittelalterlicher) Epigramme, mit den geistlichen und weltlichen "Poemata" umfaßt diese Ausgabe den größten Teil Opitzscher Lyrik. Gestochenes Exlibris. Vorderer Vorsatz mit alt handschriftl., aber inkorrekt notiertem Titel und Erscheinungsjahr von Text 1, Teil 1. Hinterer Vorsatz ebenfalls mit alten handschriftlichen Eintragungen. Durchgehend mäßig gebräunt, einige Lagen stärker. Verschiedene Lagen mit Wurmfraßspuren an obere bzw. unterer Ecke (Text kaum tangierend), tls. auch am seitlichen Rand, und hier mit leichtem Text- oder Buchstabenverlust. Hin und wieder mit geringen Randschäden, gegen Ende zunehmender Wasserrand; ab und an mit Stockflecken. Insgesamt ein ordentliches Exemplar. I: Dünnhaupt 9; Faber du Faur I, 228; Goed. III, 49, 94. II: Dünnhaupt 186.I.4; Faber du Faur I, 225; Goed. III, 49, 85 c. III: Dünnhaupt 5.I; Faber du Faur I, 223; Goed. III, 49, 84 b..

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        "Vera effigies urbis et montis Frisingensis". Gesamtansicht (12,5 x 36 cm, datiert 1642), darunter "Die Statt Freisingen gegen Mitternacht". Zwei Gesamtansichten auf einem Blatt.

      . Kupferstich von Merian, 1644, 28 x 36 cm..

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        ARCHAIONOMIA, Sive De Priscis Anglorum Legibus Libri, Sermone Anglico.

      1644. Lambard's Important Compilation of Anglo-Saxon Laws Lambard(e), William [1536-1601], Compiler. [Wheelocke, Abraham (1593-1653), Editor]. ARCHAIONOMIA, Sive de Priscis, Anglorum Legibus Libri, Sermone Anglico, Vetustate Antiquissimo, Aliquot ab Hinc Seculis Conscripti, Nunc Demum, Magno Jurisperitorum, & Amantium Antiquitatis Omnium Commodo, Etenebris in Lucem Vocati. Cambridge: Rogeri Daniel, 1644. [xvi], 226, 9 pp. with a two-page map. Portions of text in parallel columns. Folio (14" x 9"). Contemporary calf, blind rules to boards, rebacked in period style with raised bands and lettering piece, endpapers renewed. A few scuffs to boards, moderate rubbing to edges, front hinge cracked. Title page printed in red and black, woodcut printer device, head-pieces, tail-pieces and decorated initials. Moderate toning to text, some browning to outer edges of margins, inkspots and dampspotting to a few leaves. * Second edition, corrected, edited and expanded by Wheelocke. With side-notes, index and a preface by Sir Roger Twysden. First published in 1568, this collection of Anglo-Saxon laws presents the original Anglo-Saxon texts and Latin translations in parallel columns. This edition also includes the laws of William I in Norman and Latin, the law of Henry I in Latin and a glossary from a manuscript in the Monastery of St. Augustine. As Holdsworth observed, it is a significant work because it "restored the forgotten Anglo-Saxon laws to the students of the common law. Because they had a direct bearing upon constitutional and legal antiquities, they could be pressed into the service of those who fought the battle of the constitution in the following century... and our laws to be traced back to an antiquity sufficiently remote and obscure to justify many ingenious deductions as to their rightful relations and proper sphere in the modern state.": History of English Law IV:117. Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth 1:47(24)..

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        THE REVELATION OF ST. JOHN illustrated with analysis and scholions wherein the sense is opened by the scripture & the event of things fore-told shewed by Histories

      London, Samuel Cartwright, 1644.: . London, Samuel Cartwright, 1644.. FOURTH EDITION 1644 corrected and amended "with Supply of many things formerly left out". Small 4to, approximately 195 x 140 mm, 7¾ x 5½ inches, engraved portrait frontispiece of the author, engraved pictorial title page with a border of 8 images from Revelations, 1 pictorial initial repeated a few times, pages: [8], 1-96, 99-490, 501-1088, jumps in pagination in all copies, register and text are continuous, collation: A-B2, C-4Z4, 5A-5V4, 6A-6K4, 7A-7P4, separate dated title page for the section on the Prophecies of Daniel and the section on the Commentary on the Canticles, bound in modern panelled speckled calf with blind decoration, raised bands to spine, gilt lettered and bordered red morocco label, newq endpapers. Untidy early inscriptions on blank verso of frontispiece and blank final leaf, portrait and engraved title page slightly frayed along lower edge, no loss of printed area, both well thumbed in margins, fore-edge margin trimmed on B1, no loss, a few very small closed edge tears, very occasional light soiling, mainly to margins, small piece missing from corner of 4 pages, some pages lightly browned, small worm track to lower inner margin of Vvvv1 to Ccccc1, continuing as a tiny single hole to Kkkkk4, another area of worming in the same place from Nnnnn1 to Rrrrr1 continuing as a single hole to Aaaaaaa2, small ink stain on final leaf of text, no loss of legibility. A very good copy. Divided into 4 sections: A Revelation of the Apocalypse; Against Bellarmine, touching Antichrist; Most comfortable exposition of the last and most difficult part of the Prophecie of Daniel; Commentary on the Canticles or the Song of Solomon. Thomas Brightman (1562&#150;1607) was an English clergyman and biblical commentator. His exegesis of the Book of Revelation, published posthumously, proved influential. According to William M. Lamont, Brightman and Joseph Mede were the two most important &#147;revisionists&#148; of the interpretation and eschatology set down by John Foxe; among Brightman&#39;s contributions was to weaken the imperial associations tied to the Emperor Constantine I. The detailed reading, in favour of the Genevan and Scottish churches, and condemning the &#39;Laodicean&#39; (lukewarm) Church of England, helped to move on the Puritan conceptions of church reform and its urgency... As a preacher he was celebrated, though his disaffection from the church establishment was no secret. (Wikipedia). MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Relation Aus Parnasso ; Ragguagli di Parnasso <dt.> ; Erster, Zweyter und Dritter Theil, Das ist, Allerhandt lustige, anmuethige, sowol Politische, Historische als Moralische Discurs, darin nicht allein die heutige Welt ... sondern auch allen Privatpersonen viel schoene und nutzliche Lehren zu einem Tugendhafften Leben vorgestellt werden; Sampt Beygefuegtem Politischen Probierstein ... Erstlich von Trajano Boccalini, in Italianischer Sprach beschrieben, jetzund aber in das Teutsche ubersetzt.

      1644.. Franckfurt/ Jn Verlegung Johann Beyers. Gedruckt bey Caspar Röttel. M.DC.XLIV. [22] Bl., 702 S. 21,5 cm Pergamentband (wie neue Bindung aus dem 19. Jh.) mit handschr. Rückentitel. (sehr verblasst) Farbschnitt. Papier altersbed. durchgehend gebräunt, sonst sehr frisch.. >> VD17 23:291655Y <<. Traiano Boccalini (* 1556 in Loreto; 16. November 1613 in Venedig) war ein italienischer Autor politischer Satiren in der Renaissance. 1612 ging er nach Venedig, wo er "Ragguagli di Parnaso" veröffentlichte, die Beschreibung eines imaginären Königreiches, mit der Boccalini die Sitten seiner Zeit kritisierte. Auszüge daraus auch bald danach in Christian Rosencreutz: Die Fama Fraternitatis.

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        Mechanische ReißLaden / Das ist / Ein gar geschmeidige / bey sich verborgen tragende Laden / die aber solcher gestalt außgerüstet worden / daß / und wofern in der eil nicht bessere / oder grössere Instrumenten in Bereitschafft stünden...

      Augsburg, Johann Schultes. 1644. Mit 4 gefalteten Kupfertafeln von Raphael Custos. Qu.-8vo. Flexibler Pergamentband der Zeit, 5 Bll., 104 S., 5 Bll.. Ebert 8023. Feldhaus, Technik, 345. Gier/Janota, Augsburger Buchdruck, 754 f. Graesse II, 648. Kat. d. Ornamentstichslg. Berlin, 1727. Lotz 30. Poggendorff I, 819. Beschreibung eines tragbaren Vielzweck-Instrumentenkastens für die Ingenieuraufgaben der damaligen Zeit. Das rot und schwarz gestaltete Titelblatt nennt 15 "Recreationen" (Zwecke) für die das kompakte Instrumentarium eingesetzt werden kann: "als da seynd die Arithmetica, Geometria, Planimetria, Geographia, Astronomia, Navigatio, Prospectiva, Mechanica, Grottenwerck, Wasserlaitungen, Fewrwerck, Büchsenmeisterey, Architectura Militaris, - Civilis und - Navalis". "Warinnen gleichwol gantzer Innhalt der... Ingenieurkunst bestehet... mit gegenwertigen kleinen Instrumentlin könden exercirt werden"... - Es fehlt das gest. Frontispiz, ansonsten komplett. Einband nur leicht fleckig, mit alter Tintensignatur auf dem Vorderdeckel. Knickspuren im Rückdeckel. Innen durchgehend mit ganz blasser Wasserspur am oberen Rand. Ebenso Wasserflecken auf den Vorsätzen. Insgesamt ein wohlerhaltenes, weitgehend sauberes Exemplar.

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        MÜNCHEN: Gesamtansicht (Vogelschau)

      . um 1644, Kupferstich, koloriert, 30x36 cm.

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