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2012-05-30 15:56:34
OPITZ, Martin:
Frankfurt, Götz 1644. Two parts (part I n.d., part II dated). 8 . (15) ll. (of 16: lackig the engraved title), 573, (3) pp. (last 3 blank); Title (in an ornamental border), pp. 3-464 (irregularely paginated). 4th edition. Bound with: Opitz, M.: Florilegium variorum epigrammatum. Mart. Opitius ex vestustis ac recentioribus Poetis congessit & versibus Germanicis reddidit. Frankfurt, Hoffmann for Götz 1644. 8 . 46 pp., (1) l. (blank). 3rd legitimated edition. Bound with: Opitz, M.: Geistliche Poemata, Von jhm selbst anjetzo zusammengelesen verbessert vnd absonderlich herauß gegeben. (Breslau), Müller's heirs 1638. 8 . 408 pp. First edition of this collection. Contemporary vellum (browned and stained). Dünnhaupt 9; 186.I.4; 5.I. Faber du Faur I, 228, 225,223. Opitz marks one of the most important steps of the emancipation of the German language from Latin as a poetical and literary language. Browned throughout, some worming in the margins (only casually affecting text), some water-staining. A decent copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Buechel-Baur [Winnenden, Germany]
2012-05-24 08:35:11
Du Moulin Pierre (1568-1658)
Thomas Blaise, Paris, 1644. Leggere gore d\'acqua sulle pagine iniziali e finali piccolo percorso di tarlo al margine di una sessantina di carte ma senza interessamento del testo piccola bruciatura alle ultime 20 carte ma marginale e che non interviene sullo specchio di stampa. Risgu Fregi capilettera ornati (12) + 191 + (14) + 344 + 16 + (30) + 344 (ma erroneamente numerate a 316) + (2) p. - 170x110 mm p.perg. floscia coeva senza titoli
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Giulio Cesare [roma, ROMA, Italy]
2012-05-15 06:41:24
Cruso, John
Cambridge: Roger Daniel, 1644. Title continues: Collected out of divers forrein Authours, Ancient and Modern: And Rectified and Supplied, according to the present practise of the Low-Country Warres. Second edition (first published in 1632.) 11 pages of fore-matter + 51 pages. Additional engraved title page and 5 engraved plates (including 2 double-page) included in pagination and 6 double-page plates inserted at rear. Photographic facsimile of 2 double-page plates (including one of the plates present at the rear) inserted at page 21. Modern full brown morocco binding; red title label on spine with gilt lettering. Very scarce classic about a topic with few contemporary references. . A few leaves have very old paper repairs in margins. Light foxing and toning. A few chips and short tears to some plates. The original worn bookplate by A. Burden for Captain Rober Seton (probably of the 3rd Regiment of Guards and Governor of Blackness Castle) is laid in. Overall, very presentable. This edition includes a new appendix of additional notes by Cruso and a poem dedicated to Cruso by Colonel Edmund Harvey, the commander of a Parliamentarian cavalry regiment. Only microfilm copies listed in WordCat; but six libraries are said to have printed editions. . Leather. Very Good/No Jacket. Illus. by C. van Dalen. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.
Bookseller: Read'Em Again Books
2012-05-08 17:32:54
Bulwer, John (only J.B. on titlepage but Bulwer signs the Dedication)
Tho. Harper sold by R. Whitaker, London, 1644. Copperplates (3 folding plates + 3 fullpage plates) lacking the 2 engraved titles (provided in facsimile on matched paper) and with several nice headpieces, initials and printer's ornaments. Two parts in one volume small octavo handsome half speckled leather on 5 raised bands with red gilt titled spine label and marbled boards. Titlepage +[24]pp prelims +287pp +[5]pp index +plate +errata +blanks; Titlepage to Chironomia + [14]pp prelims +146pp +[2]pp errata & blank. First titlepage cropped at foot affecting the date which has been written in above; 2nd titlepage better centered and complete with all publisher's details and date 1644. Ownership E.W. Sergeant to blank area of first title, the folding plates are remargined to outer edge, paper slightly browned & some pages faintly dampmarked, but supple and strong without any tears or writing. Printed side notes and pointing hands are all complete with a margin. Both first editions published by Harper but sold by different booksellers thus there is probably no precedence. *The author was a medical doctor and writer. This is the first book specifically dealing with sign language and with gesture illustrations. Bulwer was intereted in schooling for the deaf and suggests that manual alphabets could be "ordered to serve for privy ciphers for any secret intimation" (Chironomia, p149). Chirologia shows examples of manual gestures, their meanings and their uses drawing on a wide range of sources from literature, religion and Medicine. Chironomia, which the author considered as a separate … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Abbey Antiquarian Books [Blockley, GLOS, United Kingdom]
2012-05-08 17:27:21
Zeiller, Martin (Merian, Matthaeus, engraver, publisher)
Frankfurt, 1644. (probably ca. 1664) ________ VIEWS OF 17th CENTURY BAVARIA - 2 double-page maps & 91 town views, plans and buildings, etc. ________ Folio (about 12 ¼" x 8 ¾"). Signatures: Engraved title-page, A4-K4, L6. Pagination: [1}-38, [2], 39-84, [7]; between E3 and E4 there is an unpaginated leaf with special instructions to the bookbinder to insert this leaf between the copper plates of old and new Oetingen ("Der Buchbinder wird hiemit erinnert diese Beschreibung..."). The work ends with a six-page index and a final page giving instructions to the bookbinder as to where maps and plates are to be placed. Decorative lead letters, head- and tail-pieces. Two maps and 52 plates showing 91 views, plans, buildings, and others when you count all illustrations including insets. ________ Binding is contemporaneous full vellum with rounded spine. Condition: Vellum covers soiled and evidence of ties, some soiling and light staining at places, a few plates mended at folds. Early remargin at bottom of leaf F1 (pages 41/42) affecting a few letters and some early brown spotting along the stub pasted to the Newstatt plate (between pp. 36/37); front fore-edge vellum turn-in beginning to pull away; a few marginal notations and ownership notation on front endpaper, all in an early hand, and small bookseller description pasted to verso of first endpaper. Even with these minor imperfections, overall the volume is a very sound and fine copy with nice sharp images of the fine engraved plates. ________ This exceptional picture book on Bavaria contains an engraved title page, a large armoria … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: MOSHER BOOKS
2012-04-24 16:50:49
Furttenbach, Joseph
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.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dr. Wolfgang Wanzke
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2012-04-13 09:27:53
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.
Bookseller: Buch & Kunst Antiquariat Flotow GmbH
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2012-04-13 09:27:53
Frankfurt, Matthäus Merian, 1644. 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 Radierung von Matthäus Merian d.Ä
Bookseller: Buch & Kunst Antiquariat Flotow GmbH [Ottobrunn, Germany]
2012-03-30 04:50:23
Le Maistre, Antoine
No place [Port Royal]: No publisher/printer 8vo (15.5 cm; 6.25"). 2 parts in 1 vol. 106 pp., [7] ff., 199, [1] pp., [3] ff.. 1644 Port Royal and Jansenism are synonymous in the history of France in the 1630s and 1640s. Various members of the related Le Maistre and Arnauld families, including Antoine Le Maistre, were drawn to Port Royal for religious or spiritual reasons, Antoine's translation there from Paris having been due to his attraction to the teachings of Jean Du Vergier de Hauranne (abbé de Saint-Cyran) who had introduced Jansenism into France. Le Maistre (1608?-58) gave up a promising and young legal career, for he was not yet 30. Despite his youth, he had attracted the attention of Cardinal Richelieu who did not take kindly to his defection; almost coincidental with Le Maistre?'s arrival in Port Royal was Jean Du Vergier de Hauranne?'s arrest and imprisonment at the cardinal?'s instigation. The present work, published after Du Vergier?'s death in 1643, defends him against attacks by Jesuit writers. This is the second edition, published the same year as the first. This edition in 8vo format, the first having been in 4to. Evidence of readership: Early underlining, a few marginal notes, and other notes on blank pages. Searches of WorldCat and COPAC locate two copies in the U.S. and three in Britain. All located copies are in 4to format. Contemporary vellum over paste boards, a significant piece of vellum missing from spine (i.e., missing for a long, long time). 19th-century bookplate, light staining here and there, some age-toning; some soot-soiling to top edge and o … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SessaBks, A Division of the Philadelphia
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2012-03-24 22:00:21
Strada Famiano
Apud Paulum Baleonium, Venetiis, 1644. In-8° piccolo (160 x 105 mm) pp. [14] 1b, 480, [32] legatura in piena pergamena coeva, titolo manoscritto al dorso, tagli spruzzati. Margine superiore piuttosto ridotto. Restauro al dorso, nel complesso buon esemplare. Quarta edizione. B. Croce, Storia dell'età barocca in Italia, Laterza 1929. Olschki e Cat Vinciana citano altre edizioni. Famiano Strada fu letterato, storico e moralista nato a Roma (1572-1649) . Entrò nella Compagnia di Gesù nel 1591 e per quindici anni insegnò eloquenza al Collegio Romano. Frutto dell'inclinazione letteraria furono questi scritti pubblicati a Roma per la prima volta nel 1617 con il titolo: Prolusioses et Paradigmata eloquentiae, più tardi ristampati, dopo attenta revisione, a Lione nel 1627 con il titolo definitivo di Prolusiones accademicae. L'opera é suddivisa in tre libri, nel primo prevalgono le considerazioni di ordine morale e politico; nel secondo si prospettano le varie maniere dello stile poetico; nel terzo, accanto a molti giudizi sui poeti antichi e suoi contemporanei, affiora anche una diagnosi del seicentismo, di cui lo Strada rivela con precisione alcuni caratteri. E' questa la sua opera più famosa insieme all'altrettanto fortunata De bello Belgico in cui lo Strada si allontanò dai comuni imitatori di Tito Livio per uno stile latino più moderno e vivace. (Treccani, Carlo Morandi, 1936) [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Giuseppina Biggio [TORINO, TO, Italy]
2012-02-22 10:29:26
Lyons: for Jean Huguetan,, 1644. Dont il y en a trois cens qui n'ont jamais esté imprimées. Adjoustées de nouveau par ledit autheur. Octavo (130 × 78 mm), in 3 parts. Contemporary vellum, handwritten title to spine, shelfmarks handwritten in ink to upper cover, one of which is crossed out. Portrait woodcut to divisional titles. Binding a little rubbed and marked, a few tiny wormholes to boards. Very small burn hole to first title page, also larger whole to front blank endpaper. Margins trimmed, affecting head and tail lines on some leaves. Very good condition. A charming early edition.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington
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2012-02-22 04:10:23
Hottinger, Johann Heinrich.
Tiguri: Joh. Jacobi Bodmeri 4to (20.7 cm, 8.1"). [20], 116 pp.. 1644 [with the same author's] Dissertatio historico-theologica de heptaplis parisiensibus ex pentateucho ita instituta.... Tiguri: Joh. Jacobi Bodmeri, 1649. 4to. [40] pp. First edition of this important treatise on the Samaritan Pentateuch, written by a Swiss-born Orientalist and author of a number of well-respected works on theology and philology. Here he rebuts the assertions of Jean Morin, who had edited the de Sancy manuscript, regarding the origins, antiquity, and authority of the Samaritan text. The main work concludes with Hottinger's "Epitome capitum libri Josuae" and is followed by the related "Dissertatio historico-theologica de Heptaplis Parisiensibus . . . ," the latter also in its first edition, with a separate title-page dated 1649. Recent speckled paper?-covered boards, front cover with printed paper label. Some very faint waterstaining and light spotting, mostly confined to margins; in fact, nice and clean.
Bookseller: SessaBks, A Division of the Philadelphia
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2012-02-22 04:10:23
Hottinger, Johann Heinrich.
Tiguri: Joh. Jacobi Bodmeri, 1644. 4to (20.7 cm, 8.1"). [20], 116 pp. [with the same author's] Dissertatio historico-theologica de heptaplis parisiensibus ex pentateucho ita instituta.... Tiguri: Joh. Jacobi Bodmeri, 1649. 4to. [40] pp.    First edition of this important treatise on the Samaritan Pentateuch, written by a Swiss-born Orientalist and author of a number of well-respected works on theology and philology. Here he rebuts the assertions of Jean Morin, who had edited the de Sancy manuscript, regarding the origins, antiquity, and authority of the Samaritan text. The main work concludes with Hottinger's "Epitome capitum libri Josuae" and is followed by the related "Dissertatio historico-theologica de Heptaplis Parisiensibus . . . ," the latter also in its first edition, with a separate title-page dated 1649.         Exercitationes: VD17 12:122022C; Dissertatio: VD17 23:620709H. Not in Brunet. Recent speckled paper–covered boards, front cover with printed paper label. Some very faint waterstaining and light spotting, mostly confined to margins; in fact, nice and clean. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [United States]
2012-02-22 01:00:26
1644. HUME of Godscroft, David. THE HISTORY OF THE HOUSES OF DOUGLAS AND ANGUS. Edinburgh, Printed by Evan Tyler, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majestie, 1643-4. Small folio. (xx)450 [i.e. 440]pp. Second edition. Pages 203-214 repeated, p. 203 being the title page to "The Second Part of the History of the Douglasses, Containing the House of Angus," dated 1643. Printers' ornaments, and two quaint pictorial woodcut initials. Lacks final blank and second leaf (cancelled dedication to Angus). The text of the first edition (1634-9) is here "toned down" and partially anglicized by Evan Tyler. This is the standard text for all editions to date. Trimmed early for binding, affecting some catchwords but no text. Early calf boards with a cluster of floral and pointille tools, almost invisibly rebacked. A.e.g. Light rubbing to extremities. A rare book. (OCLC locates one copy in the USA, at Yale). .
Bookseller: Boston Book Company [U.S.A.]
2012-02-09 08:28:58
BISSELIUS, Johannes Societate Jesu.
Nicolai Henrici, Monacis, 1644 - 13 ff., 465 p., 4 planches gravées, et 17 vignettes gravées in texte, parchemin sur ais de bois, étiquette de titre au dos, plats estampés à froid, sur le plat supérieur presque effacé, dos bruni, manque les fermoirs.
Bookseller: Bouquinerie du Varis
2012-01-09 13:42:45
Coutinho, Ignacio
Francisco Martinez, Madrid 1644 - Large Quarto. (20) + 496 + (72). Full vellum with original handwritten title on spine. Originally bound with two string ties (one missing). Writing by previous owner on top margin of title-page. Same page illustrated with coat of arms. Tailpieces. Interesting and scarce spiritual handbook for the observance of the three main days of Lent. Rippling to vellum due to damp exposure. Bottom part of vellum on rear board partly missing. Top third of binding separating from book block. Minor worming to the very first and last pages. Very light foxing throughout. Text in Spanish. Overall, binding in poor to fair, interior in good+ condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
2011-12-30 08:39:39
Martialis, M(arcus) Valerius.
Amsterdam: Apud Iohannem Blaeu, 1644. 12mo, pp. 492, engraved title. Sign: A-V12, X6. Contemporary full calf, back in six compartments, gilt lettering piece in the second, the rest in gilt panels with gilt foliated corners & center ornaments, all edges sprinkled red. Very good with neat cracks exterior joints but strong with all bands holding, corners worn. Title with split along fore-edge plate mark and with paste action from now gone repair. Small hole in front free endpaper, sheets clean, unmarked, complete. H4196 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: J & J House Booksellers, ABAA [Kennett Square, PA, U.S.A.]
2011-12-25 10:32:24
Merian, Matthäus.
[Frankfurt am Main], Matthäus Merian, 1644 [d. i. um 1656/1660].. Gest. Titel, 3-132 (statt 138), (8) SS. Mit 99 Ansichten, Karten und Plänen auf 61 (teils mehrf. gefalt.) gest. Tafeln und 1 Textkupfer (S. 110). Pergamentband der Zeit mit hs. Rückentitel. Spuren von Bindebändern. Folio (222:328 mm).. Zweite Ausgabe der seltenen Merian-Topographie. "Gutes weißes Papier, Druck gut mit mittelgroßer Type. Kupfer in guten scharfen Abdrücken" (Eckardt). Das Register hier schon mit der Überschrift der 3. Ausgabe: "Nahmen Register der Stätte [...] so in diesem Anhang benennt werden". - Das Titelkupfer ankoloriert; teils leicht braun- bzw. fingerfleckig. Es fehlen die Textseiten 65f., 113f. und 117f. (letztere im Fragment vorhanden); S. 9f. mit größerem Einriß. Die Tafeln häufiger etwas knittrig, mit Randläsuren und großen und kleineren Randeinrissen (zumeist nur den w. Rand betreffend). Die Ansichten von Aicha und Cham mit Bildeinrissen; die Ansicht von Passau mit größerem Randausriß (Bildberührung); die untere linke Ecke der Ansicht von Salzburg abgerissen (ohne Bildberührung). - Aus der Bibliothek des Regensburger Advokaten und Notars Sebastian Seelmann (vgl. Kobolt), seit 1668 unter dem Namen "Silvius" Mitglied des Pegnesischen Blumenordens in Nürnberg, mit seinem eigenh. Besitzvermerk am Kupfertitel und dem Datum des Erwerbs "1704". - Eckardt 231, 19B. Nebehay/Wagner 405.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
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2011-12-09 07:32:37
A Poitiers, par Abraham Mounin, Imprimeur & libraire, 1644. Grand in/4 reliure plein veau du temps, dos à nerfs à caissons dorés, 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 (u … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philippe Lucas Livres Anciens [Lyon, France]
2011-12-04 04:08:04
Prynne, William
London: For Michael Sparke, 1644. London: For Michael Sparke. 1644. Second Edition. Hardcover. Quarter calf over marbled boards, spine rubbed with remains of gilt titles just visible, title page printed with border of typographical ornaments, internally clean and bright. , 4to , [2] 36 [2] pp .
Bookseller: double - B - books [Bristol, United Kingdom]
2011-10-06 19:23:13
Amsterdam, 1644. (Stolen)An outstanding decorative map of Southern Italy by Jansonius from the golden era of Dutch cartography. The map depicts Southern Italy, South of Rome to Northern part of Sicily. Two decorative compass roses and a large beautiful cartouche on the lower part depicting various coats of arms of Southern Italy. There are decorative ships on the sea surrounding the Italian peninsula., Size : 425x513 (mm), 16.75x20.125 (Inches), Hand Colored in Outline
Bookseller: Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2011-09-12 11:13:32
30 double-page engraved plates, including the title, each on a stub. 8vo, cont. speckled calf, spine gilt, red morocco lettering piece on spine. Paris: A. Bosse, 1644. First edition of this very appealing and handsome series of engravings by Abraham Bosse after designs by the Italian artist and draughtsman Paolo Farinati (1524-1606). Farinati's chiaroscuro drawings were often used as "modelli." The plates depict small cupids and angels (22 plates) and eight plates of masks. Paolo Farinati was a highly productive painter and draughtsman from Verona, whose paintings are preserved in many churches. "Farinati's drawings are held in high esteem and , according to Mariette...he was a gifted draughtsman whose compositions show the influence of Paolo Veronese, though he fails to match Veronese's expressiveness of light and refinement."-Benezit, Vol. 5, p. 474. Appended at the end are four additional plates from Bosse's Différentes manères de Dessiner et Peindre (1667) and the suite of four double-page engravings for his Les Quatre Éléments (1630?). These four are entitled "Lefeu," LAir," "Leau," and "La Terre." A very fine copy in fresh condition from the Macclesfield library. The engravings are richly inked. Early engraved bookplate with legend at foot: "This Book is to be sold by J. Groenewegen & A. vander Hoeck in the Strand." They were Dutch emigré booksellers who issued catalogues in London ca. 1723-24. .
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.
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2011-08-29 09:59:30
Leopold Wilhelm, Erzherzog von Österreich und Statthalter der Spanischen Niederlande (1614-1662).
Wien, 7. V, 1644. ? 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.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2011-07-08 20:07:34
cornelius Nepos.
Amstelodami, ex officina Ianssoniana, 1644, in-24, pergamena ottocentesca, tassello in pelle, titolo e fregi in oro, tagli spruzzati, pp. 420, (58). Con frontespizio inciso in rame. Lieve foro di tarlo nel margine inferiore delle carte preliminari.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Gozzini [IT]
2011-03-08 05:07:07
Della Bella, Stefano
Chartres : Francois Langlois, 1644. Original Engraving . No Binding. Very Good. 14.5 x 9 Cm. Cannon At Left Facing Away From Viewer, Two Men At Center Left, Small Figures And Detritus Of War In Right Background. Trimmed To The Plate Mark, Small Loss At Upper Left Corner, Artist And Publisher Info At Bottom. Part Of A Large Collection Of Original Antique Engravings Formed By A Southern California Artist In The Early To Middle Twentieth Century. Each Plate Has Small Glue Marks On Reverse Where They Were Tipped In To An Album.
Bookseller: Arroyo Seco Books, Pasadena, Member IOBA [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]
2010-12-08 12:08:38
Printed by T. Paine and M. Simmons, for J. Rothwell and T. Underhill. 1644 [8], 434, [22]pp. Titlepage set within typographic border. 4to. Lower corner I2 torn with loss affecting marginal note, several gatherings rather heavily browned, several very old ink splashes to edge of book block, intruding on to page surface on some leaves. Full contemporary calf, simple blind ruled borders, expertly rebacked in matching style.ESTC R1844. An important contemporary narrative of the Civil War by John Vicars, 1582-1652, an enthusiastic supporter of the Parliamentarians, and leading Presbyterian propagandist.
Bookseller: Jarndyce Rare Books
2010-09-24 20:26:42
. Altkolorierter Kupferstich b. Johannes Janssonius (Jansson) in Amsterdam, 1644, 39 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. 645, 4515:1.2, 1:424/27. - Seekarte der französischen Atlantik-Insel Ile d'Oleron u. Ile de Re mit dem Küstenstreifen und der Hafenstadt La Rochelle. - Unten rechts Titelkartusche. - Unten links Kartusche mit Meilenzeiger. - Im Atlantik Schiffe u. Windrosen. - 1. Zustand der zweiten Platte (dieser nur in 7 Atlanten erschienen)! - Perfect condition!
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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2010-07-23 01:53:01
t'Antwerpen Inde Plantijnsche Druckerije 1644 15 losse pagina's ( oorspronkelijk niet los, rug van de papieromslag doorgesleten ), originele titelpagina met vignet, 155 x 190mm. Gheboden ende uyt-gheroepen by mijne Heeren, den Onder-schouteth,Borgher-meestern, Schepenen, ende Raedt der Stadt Antvverpen, op den 28. September, 1644. Zeldzaam! Goede staat. Versand D: 12,00 EUR anvers antwerp geschiedenis histoire history VAN VALCKENISSEN ORDONNANTIE OP HET STUCK VANDEN BRANDT Inde Plantijnsche Druckerije old book oud boek ancien livre
Bookseller: BOOKSELLER - ERIK TONEN BOOKS [antwerpen, Belgium]
2010-06-28 23:51:56
Bookseller: Librairie du Château de Capens [Capens, France]
2010-04-21 18:23:04
Labbé, Philippe.
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 où il ne se gênait pas cependant pour lui faire d'audacieux emprunts. Une guerre de plume s'ensuivit entre le géographe et le jésuite ." (NBG XXVIII, 339). - Unbeschnitten. Wappenexlibris des Fürsten Liechtenstein. - Selten. - Der französische Jesuit Philippe Labbé (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). [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Pabel [Hamburg, Germany]
2010-04-13 00:26:23
Howell, James
Oxford: 1644: by H. Hall Printed in the yeare. Printed: 1644. 1594-1666 Quarto , 7 x 5.25 inches. Second edition. (First printing of "Parables" and "England's Tears.") A-Z4. The engraved title by Vaughan is bound before the typographical title page. This copy is bound in old sheepskin and has been rebacked. This, the author's first work, is an allegory based on European politics between 1603 and 1640. The characters are talking trees.
Bookseller: James Gray Bookseller [U.S.A.]
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2010-04-07 18:07:53
Venetia: Giunti e Baba(1644). [Figurato aritmetica-padova] (cm. 16,3) buona piena pergamena originale, titolo calligrafato al dorso.-- cc. 4 nn., pp. 279 + cc. 7 nn. + 1 c. bianca (attaccata come sguardia). Titolo entro doppia cornice, varie figure schematiche e diagrammi nel testo, tabelle e operazioni matematiche. Secondo il Riccardi è: "Pregevolissima operetta di aritmetica elementare" della quale il bibliografo registra ben 11 edizioni. Una è del 1586 che presumibilmente è da ritenersi la prima edizione. Non abbiamo trovato altri riferimenti bibliografici neppure su Michel-Michel, Autori italiani del '600, Libri e Sotheran. Per notizie sull' autore padovano, morto nel 1594, vedi: Vedova G. "Scrittori padovani" 1832-36 vol. I 238. Per errore del legatore, sono state posposte 4 carte della tavola dei capitoli, inserite all' inizio, ma l' opera è assolutamente completa. Qualche carta lievemente ombreggiata, peraltro esemplare bello, nitido e genuino. Raro così ben conservato dato l' uso pratico cui era destinato. * Riccardi I 288.[f48]. Libro. Book Condition: buono. Binding: Rilegato
Bookseller: Libri antichi e rari Francesco e Claudia [Arezzo, ITALY]
2010-03-12 22:19:21
Knox, John [1505-1572]
Edinburgh (?), No date. (?). Hardcover (Half Leather) . Good Condition. This copy was rebound early in its life & is now in 1/2 leather, poor condition, covers detached, quite worn. Title page and preliminary section, 'to the reader' & Preface are missing about 12 pages. Evidence of considerable handling with edge wear and smudges, some close trimmed pages. On the front fly leaf is an inked inscription that this is the Edinburgh printing of 1644, which may be correct. Included is the "Appellation" & "Letter" to Queen Mary. An inked note on the fly leaf says this copy was given by Mrs. Laing, widow of Malcolm Laing, to 'J. B." in 1853. Since the inked name, Margaret Laing, 1819, is at the top of the 1st page of the Preface, this would seem to be accurate. Malcolm Laing [1762-1818] edited Knox's works and also published a History of Scotland. Size: Square 8vo. 76 + 458 +139 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 4 lbs. Category: Antiquarian; Renaissance 16thc to 17thc; Religion & Theology. Inventory No: 1493. .
Bookseller: Noah's Ark Book Attic
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2010-03-05 21:30:42
Chiffet Philip
1644. cm.7 x 12,8, leg, coeva mz. pelle con titolo su piccolo tassello al dorso, piatti con angoli , piatti un po' sciupati, pp.328 + LXIX + elenco partecipanti. Frontespizio inciso in rame con il Concilio riunito e lo spirito Santo (una colomba) che lo sovrasta con luminosità . Nel testo tre bei ritratti incisi dei tre Papi ( Paolo III , Giulio III e Pio IV) Edizione non comune ed in buone condizioni
Bookseller: Ferraguti service s.a.s. - Rivisteria [Parma, PARMA, Italy]
2010-01-26 14:14:09
Leyden: François de Hegher, 1644., 1644. Parts in 2 Volumes. 12mo. pp. 6 p.l., 488; 565. additional engraved title & 16 full-page engravings. woodcut printer’s device on title. woodcut ornaments & initials. A pretty copy in 19th century English gilt-tooled straight-grained morocco, gilt backs, all edges gilt (little rubbed). ownership entry of scholar and book collector Henry Joseph Thomas Drury [1778-1841], who numbered Byron among his pupils at Harrow. One of only two novels written by Desmarets, who is best known for his poetry, plays, and religious writings (he was a violent opponent of the Jansenists). Desmarets was a founding member and first chancellor of the Académie Française, and was appointed conseiller du roi, contrôleur-général de l'extraordinaire des guerres, and secretary-general of the fleet of the Levant. It was Desmarets who initiated the lengthy literary battle known as the ‘Querelle des Anciens and des Modernes’ by declaring that the true models for modern French literature were Romance legends and the Bible rather than classical Greek and Roman authors. Berghman 1170. Brunet II 633. Graesse II 370. Rahir 1939. Tchemerzine IV 327n. Willems 1631. cfCioranescu 25661.. Hardcover.
Bookseller: D & E Lake Ltd. (ABAC, ILAB)
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2009-11-19 14:51:15
Erasmus Roterdamus, Desiderius. -.
Lugdunum Batavorum (= Leiden), Ex officina Joannis Maire, 1644. Titel mit Vign., 5 Bll., 108 S. ANGEBUNDEN: Enarratio triplex in psalmum XXII. Ebda., 1645. Titel mit Vign., 1 Bl., 138 S. UND: Enarratio pia juxta ac docta in psalmum XXXIV. Editio novissima. Ebda. 1652. 211 S. UND: Concionalis interpretatio, plena pietatis, in psalmum LXXXVI. Editio novissima. 216 S. Ebda. 16mo. 4 Teile in 1 Band. Zus. in Ldr. d. Zt. mit handgestoch. Kapitalen und RVergold. ¶ Ob. Kap. beschäd., stellenw. Wurmspuren, Notiz von alter Hand aV, 1 Bl. mit kl. hinterl. Fehlst. (Buchstabenverlust). - RTitel: "Erasmi opusc(ula) theol(ogiae) I". - Erasmus widmete seine Psalmen-Auslegungen dem Freund Beatus Rhenanus (1), dem BaronThomas Rocheford (2), Bischof Conrad von Würzburg (3) u. dem Bischof zu Linncoln, Johannes Longlondus, Beichtvater Heinrichs d. VIII, (4). - Desiderius Erasmus von Rotterdam (1466-1536) gilt als "Prototyp des Humanisten von europäischer Geltung u. souveräner Überlegenheit". Er stand mit den bedeutendsten Gelehrten seiner Zeit in Verbindung u. wurde von Karl V. zum Kaiserlichen Rat ernannt (Zischka, Allgem. Gelehrten-Lex., S. 198; Jöcher, Comp. Gelehrten-Lex., Tl. 1, Sp. 877 f.).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Pabel [Hamburg, Germany]
2009-11-17 11:43:06
LOCCENIUS, Johannes.
Amsterdam, I. Ianssonium, 1644. 12:o. Grav. titelblad,+ (22),+ 540 s. Fuktrand inledningsvis, s. 251-252 med reva och med lagerfläckar på snitten. Samtida pergamentband med senare handmålad rygg med röda och blåa blommor. Collijn sp. 531, som angivit både titeln från smutstitelbladet och, som här, från det graverade titelbladet. Fint exemplar av den andra upplagan, utgiven med ny titel. Den första utkom i Leiden 1637 med titeln "De ordinantia republica, dissertationum libri quatuor" Med tryckt dedikation till Axel Oxenstierna. Enligt Björne (sid. 29) utkom första upplagan 1642 och han kallar verket för "... ett omfattande arbete i något, som kunde kallas "statsklokhet, ..."." En tredje upplaga utgavs i Frankfurt 1673.
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [Stockholm, Sweden]
2009-03-13 23:14:48
Gudelini Petri (Goudelin Pierre)
1644. 1- Commentariorum de Ivre Novissimo Libri Sex Optima methodo, accurate ac erudite conscripti, additis harum vicinarumque regionum moribus. Opus ut diu avideque expetitum, ita Scholis. Portrait de l'auteur, 10 ff, 370 pages. 2- Syntagma regularum Iuris Utriusque Noua Methodo & congruo ordine digestum : adiectis passim harum vicinarumque Regionum moribus. 8ff et 273 pages. In folio, reliure d'époque (mal restaurée, ensemble solide, tache tres claire en marge, trous de vers en marge sans gene pour la lecture. .Antverpiae, ex officina typographica Hieronymi Nerdusi, 1644 et 1646 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Bombillon [Forges les bains, France]
2009-03-12 01:10:28
Descartes Renè
1644. In 4, [mm. 225 x 170], pp. (60) – 477 – (3) con 1 tav. ripiegata f.t. fra le pp. 92-93, oltre a numerose incisioni in legno nel testo di cui 21 a piena pagina., e XX tavv. f.t. ripiegate in fine incise, come il frontespizio entro cornice vegetale, in rame.Testate, finali e capilettera incisi in legno.Alone al frontespizio che svanisce attraverso le pagine della prefazione; altro leggero al margine inferiore bianco delle ultime carte.In pelle, dorso a cinque nervi. I cinque comparti sono decorati da un motivo vegetale a foglie e melograni posti inquadrati dallo stesso motivo posto agli angoli e compreso da un filetto in oro. Titolo in oro parzialmente abraso.Labbri decorati in oro con una piccola fogliolina fra due trattini obliqui, consumati soprattutto quello inferiore. Piatti con qualche abrasione, angoli rovinati e morsi staccati.Al risguardo anteriore tracce dell’asportazione di una grande etichetta, probabilmente un ex libris.La prima parte dell’opera è dedicata ai principi della conoscenza umana, la seconda ai principi delle cose materiali, la terza al mondo visibile e la quarta ed ultima della terra. pera in questa quarta edizione. Le tavole sono quelle che erano comparse nei Principia philosophiae del 1644.Cartesio, nato a La Haye en Touraine nel 1596, fu educato dai gesuiti e dopo gli studi in legge, invece di dedicarsi alla giurisprudenza, iniziò la carriera militare. Avvicinatosi alla ricerca scientifica estese il metodo matematico-quantitativo a tutti i campi del sapere, pose al centro di ogni ricerca il dubbio metodico che deve portare al sapere, la ragio … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: EDITORIALE UMBRA SAS [Foligno, PG, Italy]
2008-12-07 20:07:07
Polycarp & Ignatius with commentary by James Ussher (also spelt Usher)
Oxford: Leonard Lichfield /Henry Hall/ R.b for George Thomason, 1644, 1642, 1644, 1647, 1647. Oxford: Leonard Lichfield /Henry Hall/ R.b for George Thomason, 1644, 1642, 1644, 1647, 1647. Hardcover. Good-. Several foliated head-pieces + many historiated,foliated and decorative intials + Titepages each having different printer's mark or decoration. Quarto contemporary ruled calf (covers detached/tips worn) TP in red and black + cxlvi +addenda leaf +243pp with a half titlepage EPISTOLAE B.IGNATIO ADSCRIPTAE at p125 and a full titlepage dated 1642 at [p193] + TP with Oxford coat of arms incorporated with Muses & rose & thistle dated 1644 with to the reader having the top 1cm. Of margin cut away without loss to text) + 53pp + blank leaf + Titlepage in red and back APPENDIX IGNATIANA .. With crown & tudor rose publisher's mark dated 1647 published by the expense of George Thomason + [6pp=to reader] +39pp + title IGNATII .. ET POLYCARPI .. MARTYRIA 1647 +(6p) to reader but misbound [first leaf before titlepage and the other two leaves following the title but in reverse order] + 132pp. The text is divided into 5 separate parts each with FINIS at the end. The text is in Greek and Latin parallel columns and often printed in parts in red. The first TP & following leaf with old paper repair but not affecting text. About a dozen leaves are edge-dusted & 9 pages have small corner losses not affecting print. This book has many variant collations but this copy has the maximum number of parts (ie 5) and collates complete although possibly missing one blank leaf (has the ot … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Abbey Antiquarian Books [Blockley, GLOS, United Kingdom]
2008-12-07 20:07:07
IGNATIUS of Antichia || USHER, James (Ed.)
Oxford, Leonardus Lichfield, 1644. 4:o. (2),+ cxlvi,+ (2),+ (2),+ 12,+ (2),+ 13-244 pp. Printed in red and black. A few leaves with spotting. Bound together with: VOSSIUS, Isaac. Græcorum Ignatii exemplarium, et inter se & cum utrâque vetere latinâ interpretatione comparatio. Unâ cum Isaaci Vossii in Barnabæ epistolam annotationibus. Oxford, Henricus Hall, no date. 4:o. (4),+ 54 pp. Contemporary full vellum. Brunet III, 404. Hoffman II, 392. An appendix was published in London in 1647. Ignatius of Antiochia, one of the apostolic fathers, died as a martyr probably during the reign of Trajan. Of his 15 letters, 7 are considered to be autentic, among them the letters to Polycarp and to the communities in Rome and Asia Minor.
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [Stockholm, Sweden]
2008-12-06 00:23:58
JUVENAL & PERSIUS. 17th century French school prize of one of the finest editions of the classics published by the Imprimerie Royale, founded by Louis XIII in 1640 on the advice of Richelieu to raise the standards of printing in France. Presentation copy with manuscript inscription: 'Ingenuo adolescenti Stephano Joanni baptistae Duchesne amoris pignus et sapientiae Testimonium D.D.a Theru'
Paris, Imprimerie Royale, 1644. Folio. 179pp. With engraved royal arms of France on title, 2 finely engraved head-pieces, 2 initials and 2 tail-pieces. Contemporary French brown sprinkled calf with the arms of Cardinal Mazarin gilt-stamped in centres of sides within gilt line borders and with gilt lilies in corners; restored. One of the finest editions of the classics published by the Imprimerie Royale, founded in 1640 by Louis XIII on the advice of Richelieu to raise the standards of printing in France. The best paper and types were obtained, and seven presses were installed in the Louvre. On recto of front flyleaf is the following manuscript dedication inscription in an early hand: 'Ingenuo adolescenti Stephano Joanni baptistae Duchesne amoris pignus et sapientiae Testimonium D.D. a Theru'. Bernard, Histoire de l'Imprimerie Royale, p125. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hünersdorff Rare Books ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2008-12-01 12:35:45
Prentud ad nya a Hoolum, 1644. Folio. Nyere helldrbd. i sort oaseged. Ophøjede bind på ryg. Med det træskårne titelblad opklæbet. De første 51 blade er restaureret med hovedsageligt teksttab i marginer. Yderligere 27 blade lidt restaureret med kun lidt eller intet teksttab.Folio. Recent full black morocco-binding with raised bands and gilt title to back. Woodcut title-page mounted. First 51 leaves restored with a some text-loss mainly to margins. Another 27 leaves restored with only minor or no loss of text.. Thorlaks-Bibelen er den anden islandske folio-bibel, revideret af Biskop Thorlakur Skulason. Yderst sjældent forekommende. "The printing and the whole make-up ofthis edition is much inferior to that of the Gudbrands biblia. In revising the text Bp. Thorlakúr made use of Resen's Danish Bible and this was the source of various Danicisms which crept in. Rev. Sveinn Jónsson assisted in bringing out this edition."(Halldor Hermannsson "Icelandic Books of the 17th century", p. 11-13).Fiske p.44-Klose No 3277. - Darlow & Moule 5491
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn A/S
2008-11-29 17:34:45
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.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk
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2008-11-19 09:54:06
Wecker, Johann Jakob
Venice: Combi, 1644 Venice: Combi, 1644. 482 + [22] index pp. In Latin. With engraved pictorial title page (included in pagination). 4x2½. Bound in early flexible vellum. Johann Jakob Wecker (1528-1586), a medical practitioner, operated a practice in Colmar from 1566 until the time of his death. This text addresses suffering, both physical and psychological, and the appropriate medicines and methods of treatment. Bottom spine chipped to a depth of 1½", with old title in ink, corner chipped, rubbing and abrading; pencil marks, red ink marks, small white sticker, lacking free endpapers and flyleaves, marginal light dampstains; good to very good for survivors of this era. See scans. Extraordinarily scarce early medical book. L15n
Bookseller: Singularity Rare & Fine [Baldwinsville, NY, U.S.A.]
2008-10-06 06:19:02
Amsterdam, L. Elzevirium, 1644. 12:o. Extra grav. titelblad,(126),323,(1 blank,1,1 blank),1-51,(29,2 blanka),1-114,(6 blanka) s. Samtida ngt nött och snedläst pergamentbd med spår av handskriven ryggtitel. Pärmarna ngt bågnade. Småfläckar i yttre marginalen på s. 183-86 och inledningsvis med ett tjugotal blad med svaga fuktränder upptill. Tillskrift "ex bibliotheca Caroli Frider. Muhrbeck" daterad 1772 på försättsbladet. Med L. F. Rääfs exlibris. Willems Les Elzevier 1003. Det graverade titelbladet signerat Cor. Cl. Duysend. Andra och sista elzevierutgåvan av Clapmaiers posthuma arbete som trycktes första gången 1605. Arbetet är en handbok i praktisk statskunskap. C. F. Muhrbeck (1737-96) utnämndes till biskop i Visby stift men dog under resan till sin invigning i Uppsala. Hans bibliotek skulle säljas på auktion 1799 men skänktes enligt Klemming i sin helhet till Västerås gymnasiebibliotek.
Bookseller: Mats Rehnström [Sweden]
2008-08-21 15:43:51
Juan Eusebio Nieremberg
Sebastián Cormellas, Barcelona, 1644. pergamino . . 640 págs.
Bookseller: LIBRERIA ANTICUARIA EPOPEYA [Zaragoza, Spain]
2007-12-01 06:59:00
Stockholm, Henrich Käyser, 1644. 4:o. (115) s. Fläckig, och med samtida handskriven paginering i bläck i övre hörn. Tagen ur band. Warmholtz 4164. Klemming Sveriges förhållanden s. 65f. Saknar de två sista blanka bladen. Författaren Israel Fortelius (1610-84),1646 adlad Lagerfelt, anlitades flitigt vid olika diplomatiska uppdrag och var en av Axel Oxenstiernas närmare medhjälpare. Han var bl.a. sekreterare vid fredsförhandlingarna i Brömsebro 1645. I detta Manifest redogör han för skälen och bakom kriget med Danmark och rättfärdigar Torstenssons anfall. Det utkom även i en tysk, latinsk och holländsk version.
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [Stockholm, Sweden]

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