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        Hantonia Sive Southantonensis Comitatus Vulgo Hantshire. Original Antique Engraved Hand Coloured Map of Hampshire. With, Arms of Nobles and County Crest. Description of County on Rear.

      W. Blaeu, 1645. Framed size approx 26 x 23 inches. Engraved surfaces approx 20 x 16 ins. Double-glazed in gold wood frame with ivory mount behind glass. (Front and Back.) In very good condition. Some darkening/tanning to paper, vertical centre crease. Lovely bright, crisp colouring. A beautiful clean example. Original engraved map with hand colouring.

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        Antique Book-BOCCACCIO-ILLUSTRATED-Hooghe-Bocaccio-1702 (vol. 1), 1698 (vol. 2)

      - Cologne: Jacques Gaillard (vol. 1) / Amsterdam: George Gallet (vol. 2). 8vo: [xiv], 366, [x]; 427, [xiii] pp. Full leather. Contemporary full calf with five raised bands and gilt decoration and titling to the spine. Gilt ruled board edges and turn-ins (volume 1 only). A composite set comprising two different editions. While the title of volume 1 states 'Seconde Edition', it is really the third edition. The second volume is first edition. Etching/engraving for the start of each story. Illustrations by: Romeyn de Hooghe Antique Book, titled: 'Contes et Nouvelles de Bocace Florentin.', by: Giovanni Boccaccio. According to the title page a 'free translation, accommodated to the taste of the time. The first volume claims the illustrations were engraved by various engravers. The illustrations in the second volume were etched by De Hooghe himself.Artists and Engravers: Author(s): Giovanni Boccaccio. Giovanni Boccaccio (Certaldo or Florence, 1313 – 1375, Certaldo) was a Florentine poet, author and humanist. Illustrated by: Romeyn de Hooghe (bapt. 1645-1708) was an important and prolific late Dutch Baroque, painter, sculptor, engraver and caricaturist. De Hooghe was born in Amsterdam. He was skilled as an etcher, draughtsman, painter, sculptor and medalist. He is best known for political caricatures of Louis XIV and propagandistic prints supporting William of Orange. During his career, de Hooghe produced over 3500 prints. He also illustrated books, and his illustrations can be found in some of the most important texts of his period. The Hieroglyphica of Merkbeelden der oude volkeren (1735) was a well known emblem book and sourcebook for classical mythology and its iconography. According to Houbraken he was particularly good at inventive arrangements of subjects in engravings. Condition: Good, given age. Hinges split but the boards attached. Board edges quite worn, spines cracked but intact.One quire in the middle nearly detached. Seccond volume dampstained. Flyleaves of the first volume separated. Storage location: TPCZolder-Krat 8 8vo: 4.26 x 6.42 inch. 8vo: 10.8 x 16.3 cm. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Collection of Ancient and Moderne Prophesies Concerning the Present Times, with Modest Observations thereon. The Nativities of Thomas Earle of Strafford, and William Laud, Late Archbishop of Canterbury, His Majesties great Favorites. Astrological Judgements upon their Scheames; And the Speech intended by the Earle of Strafford to have been spoken at his Death. [Bound with] Anglicus, Peace or no Peace. [Bound with] An Astrological Judgement upon His Majesties Present Martch.

      Sign of the Cocke in Ludgate Streete, London: John Partridge and Humphrey Blunden, 1645. pp[8]1-54[1][8]1-88[12]. Three books bound in one. Two by William Lilly: "A Collection of Ancient and Moderne Prophesies", and "Anglicus, Peace or no Peace". One by George Wharton: "An Astrological Judgement upon His Majesties Present Martch: Begun from Oxford, May 7, 1645." William Lilly (1602-1681) was a celebrated astrologer who found himself at the center of London society at a time of great change, when the Parliament was asserting its rights over King Charles I. He found himself in the company of members of the "Long Parliament" of 1640-1660, and only fell out of favor after the Restoration of Charles II. Bound in half-leather, with some wear to the edges of the boards. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Good.

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        Rare Antique Master Print-PORTRAIT-CHRISTIAN RUMPF-PHYSICIAN-Danckerts-ca. 1645

      - Antique Master Print, titled: 'Christianus Rompf ' - Portrait of Christian Rumpf, physician to Frederik Hendrik of Orange and Frederick of Bohemia. Engraving on laid paper. Watermark: Five pointed foolscap. (=period) Description: Source unknown, to be determined. State: Second state of 4. Ref: Hollstein 6. Impression with the signature in pen. Rare, only one sold with this in 1909.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Hendrik Danckerts' after own design. Hendrik Danckerts (ca. 1625-1680) worked in The Hague. He travelled to Italy and England. Condition: Very good, given age. Ample margins, old central fold . Attached to carrier sheet. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: R1-043 LATPC The overall size is ca. 11 x 14.4 inch. The image size is ca. 10 x 13.2 inch. The overall size is ca. 27.9 x 36.5 cm. The image size is ca. 25.3 x 33.5 cm.

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        5 Rare Antique Anatomical Prints-MUSCLE-BACK-MAN-LAYER-Spigelius-Casserius-1645

      - Very rare anatomical prints. Plate, Lib. IV, Tab. III-VII. Set of 5 plates, showing the muscles of the back of a man. Each of the plates shows a deeper layer of muscle. The portraits are full-length, in a decorated landscape background. As the key to this plate(s) is on the rear of previous plate, as issued, a copy of this key is included when applicable. Copperplate engraving on a verge type handlaid paper. Description: This very fine engraving originates from 'Anatomica operum omnium' by Adrianus Spigelius (Adriaan van den Spiegel), published by J. Blaeu, Amsterdam 1645. This splendidly produced edition of Spigelius' Collected Works was edited by the Dutch physician, Johannes Antonides van der Linden. This folio volume is illustrated with 117 anatomical plates. 78 Of these plates originate from Casserius, intended to illustrate his 'Theatrum Anatomicum', a great anatomical atlas that was still unpublished at his death in 1616. The remainder of the plates was prepared by Bucretius. The complete set of plates is seen as the most important anatomical illustration of the post-Vesalian period, and among the finest produced in the seventeenth century. Since before 1600 Casserius had been working on a fully-illustrated anatomical treatise, which he hired Fialetti to illustrate. His "De Vocis" of 1601 concludes with a promise to publish a treatise on the anatomy of the whole human body with illustrations. However, at the time of his early death in 1616 Casserio left 86 spectacular anatomical drawings by Fialetti, and also possibly their engravings, but no text. Casserius and the co-author of this work, Adrian van der Spiegel, both studied under Fabricius ab Aquapendente (Fabrici) at the University of Padua. Both worked closely with their teacher for many years, and in 1608 Casserius succeeded Fabrici in Padua's chair of surgery and anatomy, which passed in turn to Spiegel upon Casserius' death in 1616. Spiegel (Spigelius) (1578-1625) wrote an unillustrated treatise on anatomy that remained unpublished during his lifetime; in his will he appointed Daniel Bucretius (ne Rindfleisch) to see the work into print. To illustrate Spiegel's treatise, Bucretius obtained 77 of Fialetti's original 86 anatomical plates from the heirs of Casserius (probably engraved by J. Maurer), and commissioned 20 more by Fialetti and engraved by Valesio to complete the series (the remaining 9 plates left by Casserius were used to illustrate Spiegel's De Formato Foetu [1626]), which are part of this work. In the complete series, the largest number of plates, forty-three - and these perhaps the most memorable - are to be found in Liber IV, on the muscles. There are also interesting illustrations on the genito-urinary system in Liber VIII and on the brain in Liber X-one of these, showing the arterial circle at the brain, predates the Willis-Wren illustration [from Willis's Cerebri Anatome (1664)]. Except for those few plates which were derived from Vesalius, the anatomists had reconsidered ways of presenting human anatomy. In doing so they produced the first original series of illustrations of the anatomy of the human body since Vesalius. *Ref: Roberts & Tomlinson: The Fabric of the Body, pp. 262-63; see also pp. 259-61; Cazort, Kornell, Roberts: The Ingenious Machine of Nature: Four Centuries of Art and Anatomy (1996) pp. 167-68; Choulant-Frank 225; Garrison-Morton 381; Heirs of Hippocrates 414; NLM/Krivatsy 2202; 11297 (citing Casserio's and Spiegel's works separately); Sappol, Dream Anatomy pp. 110-111, 113; Waller 9121 and 1812.Artists and Engravers: Authors: Adriaan van den Spiegel, name sometimes written as Adrianus Spigelius (1578-1625) was a Flemish anatomist who was born in Brussels. For much of his career he practiced medicine in Padua, and is considered one of the great physicians associated with that city. He became professor of Anatomy in 1615, succeeding J. Casserius. At Padua he studied anatomy under Girolamo Fabrizio (1537-1619) and Julius Casseri

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        2 Rare Antique Anatomical Prints-MAN-NAKED-MODEL-Spigelius-Casserius-1645

      - Very rare anatomical prints. Plate, Lib. I, Tab. I & II. Two plates, one showing a full-length portrait of a naked man, seen from the front. The other shows the rear of a naked man. Both of these plates with a decorative background. As the key to this plate(s) is on the rear of previous plate, as issued, a copy of this key is included when applicable. Copperplate engraving on a verge type handlaid paper. Description: This very fine engraving originates from 'Anatomica operum omnium' by Adrianus Spigelius (Adriaan van den Spiegel), published by J. Blaeu, Amsterdam 1645. This splendidly produced edition of Spigelius' Collected Works was edited by the Dutch physician, Johannes Antonides van der Linden. This folio volume is illustrated with 117 anatomical plates. 78 Of these plates originate from Casserius, intended to illustrate his 'Theatrum Anatomicum', a great anatomical atlas that was still unpublished at his death in 1616. The remainder of the plates was prepared by Bucretius. The complete set of plates is seen as the most important anatomical illustration of the post-Vesalian period, and among the finest produced in the seventeenth century. Since before 1600 Casserius had been working on a fully-illustrated anatomical treatise, which he hired Fialetti to illustrate. His "De Vocis" of 1601 concludes with a promise to publish a treatise on the anatomy of the whole human body with illustrations. However, at the time of his early death in 1616 Casserio left 86 spectacular anatomical drawings by Fialetti, and also possibly their engravings, but no text. Casserius and the co-author of this work, Adrian van der Spiegel, both studied under Fabricius ab Aquapendente (Fabrici) at the University of Padua. Both worked closely with their teacher for many years, and in 1608 Casserius succeeded Fabrici in Padua's chair of surgery and anatomy, which passed in turn to Spiegel upon Casserius' death in 1616. Spiegel (Spigelius) (1578-1625) wrote an unillustrated treatise on anatomy that remained unpublished during his lifetime; in his will he appointed Daniel Bucretius (ne Rindfleisch) to see the work into print. To illustrate Spiegel's treatise, Bucretius obtained 77 of Fialetti's original 86 anatomical plates from the heirs of Casserius (probably engraved by J. Maurer), and commissioned 20 more by Fialetti and engraved by Valesio to complete the series (the remaining 9 plates left by Casserius were used to illustrate Spiegel's De Formato Foetu [1626]), which are part of this work. In the complete series, the largest number of plates, forty-three - and these perhaps the most memorable - are to be found in Liber IV, on the muscles. There are also interesting illustrations on the genito-urinary system in Liber VIII and on the brain in Liber X-one of these, showing the arterial circle at the brain, predates the Willis-Wren illustration [from Willis's Cerebri Anatome (1664)]. Except for those few plates which were derived from Vesalius, the anatomists had reconsidered ways of presenting human anatomy. In doing so they produced the first original series of illustrations of the anatomy of the human body since Vesalius. *Ref: Roberts & Tomlinson: The Fabric of the Body, pp. 262-63; see also pp. 259-61; Cazort, Kornell, Roberts: The Ingenious Machine of Nature: Four Centuries of Art and Anatomy (1996) pp. 167-68; Choulant-Frank 225; Garrison-Morton 381; Heirs of Hippocrates 414; NLM/Krivatsy 2202; 11297 (citing Casserio's and Spiegel's works separately); Sappol, Dream Anatomy pp. 110-111, 113; Waller 9121 and 1812.Artists and Engravers: Authors: Adriaan van den Spiegel, name sometimes written as Adrianus Spigelius (1578-1625) was a Flemish anatomist who was born in Brussels. For much of his career he practiced medicine in Padua, and is considered one of the great physicians associated with that city. He became professor of Anatomy in 1615, succeeding J. Casserius. At Padua he studied anatomy under Girolamo Fabrizio (1537-1619) and Julius Casserius (

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        3 Rare Anatomical Prints-STOMACH-PERITONEUM-MUSCLE-MAN-Spigelius-Casserius-1645

      - Very rare anatomical print. Plate, Lib. VIII, Tab. I-III. Set of 3 plates, showing the peritoneum, and muscles of the stomach just below the skin, of standing naked men. These are portrayed from the knee up, against a decorative landscape background. As the key to this plate(s) is on the rear of previous plate, as issued, a copy of this key is included when applicable. Copperplate engraving on a verge type handlaid paper. Description: This very fine engraving originates from 'Anatomica operum omnium' by Adrianus Spigelius (Adriaan van den Spiegel), published by J. Blaeu, Amsterdam 1645. This splendidly produced edition of Spigelius' Collected Works was edited by the Dutch physician, Johannes Antonides van der Linden. This folio volume is illustrated with 117 anatomical plates. 78 Of these plates originate from Casserius, intended to illustrate his 'Theatrum Anatomicum', a great anatomical atlas that was still unpublished at his death in 1616. The remainder of the plates was prepared by Bucretius. The complete set of plates is seen as the most important anatomical illustration of the post-Vesalian period, and among the finest produced in the seventeenth century. Since before 1600 Casserius had been working on a fully-illustrated anatomical treatise, which he hired Fialetti to illustrate. His "De Vocis" of 1601 concludes with a promise to publish a treatise on the anatomy of the whole human body with illustrations. However, at the time of his early death in 1616 Casserio left 86 spectacular anatomical drawings by Fialetti, and also possibly their engravings, but no text. Casserius and the co-author of this work, Adrian van der Spiegel, both studied under Fabricius ab Aquapendente (Fabrici) at the University of Padua. Both worked closely with their teacher for many years, and in 1608 Casserius succeeded Fabrici in Padua's chair of surgery and anatomy, which passed in turn to Spiegel upon Casserius' death in 1616. Spiegel (Spigelius) (1578-1625) wrote an unillustrated treatise on anatomy that remained unpublished during his lifetime; in his will he appointed Daniel Bucretius (ne Rindfleisch) to see the work into print. To illustrate Spiegel's treatise, Bucretius obtained 77 of Fialetti's original 86 anatomical plates from the heirs of Casserius (probably engraved by J. Maurer), and commissioned 20 more by Fialetti and engraved by Valesio to complete the series (the remaining 9 plates left by Casserius were used to illustrate Spiegel's De Formato Foetu [1626]), which are part of this work. In the complete series, the largest number of plates, forty-three - and these perhaps the most memorable - are to be found in Liber IV, on the muscles. There are also interesting illustrations on the genito-urinary system in Liber VIII and on the brain in Liber X-one of these, showing the arterial circle at the brain, predates the Willis-Wren illustration [from Willis's Cerebri Anatome (1664)]. Except for those few plates which were derived from Vesalius, the anatomists had reconsidered ways of presenting human anatomy. In doing so they produced the first original series of illustrations of the anatomy of the human body since Vesalius. *Ref: Roberts & Tomlinson: The Fabric of the Body, pp. 262-63; see also pp. 259-61; Cazort, Kornell, Roberts: The Ingenious Machine of Nature: Four Centuries of Art and Anatomy (1996) pp. 167-68; Choulant-Frank 225; Garrison-Morton 381; Heirs of Hippocrates 414; NLM/Krivatsy 2202; 11297 (citing Casserio's and Spiegel's works separately); Sappol, Dream Anatomy pp. 110-111, 113; Waller 9121 and 1812.Artists and Engravers: Authors: Adriaan van den Spiegel, name sometimes written as Adrianus Spigelius (1578-1625) was a Flemish anatomist who was born in Brussels. For much of his career he practiced medicine in Padua, and is considered one of the great physicians associated with that city. He became professor of Anatomy in 1615, succeeding J. Casserius. At Padua he studied anatomy under Girolamo Fabrizio (1537-1619) and

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        2 Antique Prints-ABDOMINAL CAVITY-ORGANS-KIDNEY-BLADDER-Spigelius-Casserius-1645

      - Very rare anatomical print. Plate, Lib. VIII, Tab. XI-XII. Set of 2 plates, showing portraits of standing naked men, from the knee up. The stomachs of both men have been opened, revealing the organs in the abdominal cavity - spleen, liver, kidneys, testes, bladder and the associated main blood vessels. As the key to this plate(s) is on the rear of previous plate, as issued, a copy of this key is included when applicable. Copperplate engraving on a verge type handlaid paper. Description: This very fine engraving originates from 'Anatomica operum omnium' by Adrianus Spigelius (Adriaan van den Spiegel), published by J. Blaeu, Amsterdam 1645. This splendidly produced edition of Spigelius' Collected Works was edited by the Dutch physician, Johannes Antonides van der Linden. This folio volume is illustrated with 117 anatomical plates. 78 Of these plates originate from Casserius, intended to illustrate his 'Theatrum Anatomicum', a great anatomical atlas that was still unpublished at his death in 1616. The remainder of the plates was prepared by Bucretius. The complete set of plates is seen as the most important anatomical illustration of the post-Vesalian period, and among the finest produced in the seventeenth century. Since before 1600 Casserius had been working on a fully-illustrated anatomical treatise, which he hired Fialetti to illustrate. His "De Vocis" of 1601 concludes with a promise to publish a treatise on the anatomy of the whole human body with illustrations. However, at the time of his early death in 1616 Casserio left 86 spectacular anatomical drawings by Fialetti, and also possibly their engravings, but no text. Casserius and the co-author of this work, Adrian van der Spiegel, both studied under Fabricius ab Aquapendente (Fabrici) at the University of Padua. Both worked closely with their teacher for many years, and in 1608 Casserius succeeded Fabrici in Padua's chair of surgery and anatomy, which passed in turn to Spiegel upon Casserius' death in 1616. Spiegel (Spigelius) (1578-1625) wrote an unillustrated treatise on anatomy that remained unpublished during his lifetime; in his will he appointed Daniel Bucretius (ne Rindfleisch) to see the work into print. To illustrate Spiegel's treatise, Bucretius obtained 77 of Fialetti's original 86 anatomical plates from the heirs of Casserius (probably engraved by J. Maurer), and commissioned 20 more by Fialetti and engraved by Valesio to complete the series (the remaining 9 plates left by Casserius were used to illustrate Spiegel's De Formato Foetu [1626]), which are part of this work. In the complete series, the largest number of plates, forty-three - and these perhaps the most memorable - are to be found in Liber IV, on the muscles. There are also interesting illustrations on the genito-urinary system in Liber VIII and on the brain in Liber X-one of these, showing the arterial circle at the brain, predates the Willis-Wren illustration [from Willis's Cerebri Anatome (1664)]. Except for those few plates which were derived from Vesalius, the anatomists had reconsidered ways of presenting human anatomy. In doing so they produced the first original series of illustrations of the anatomy of the human body since Vesalius. *Ref: Roberts & Tomlinson: The Fabric of the Body, pp. 262-63; see also pp. 259-61; Cazort, Kornell, Roberts: The Ingenious Machine of Nature: Four Centuries of Art and Anatomy (1996) pp. 167-68; Choulant-Frank 225; Garrison-Morton 381; Heirs of Hippocrates 414; NLM/Krivatsy 2202; 11297 (citing Casserio's and Spiegel's works separately); Sappol, Dream Anatomy pp. 110-111, 113; Waller 9121 and 1812.Artists and Engravers: Authors: Adriaan van den Spiegel, name sometimes written as Adrianus Spigelius (1578-1625) was a Flemish anatomist who was born in Brussels. For much of his career he practiced medicine in Padua, and is considered one of the great physicians associated with that city. He became professor of Anatomy in 1615, succeeding J. Casserius. At Padua he stu

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        2 Anatomical Prints-ABDOMINAL CAVITY-INTESTINES-MAN-Spigelius-Casserius-1645

      - Very rare anatomical print. Plate, Lib. V, Tab. I-II. Set of two plates of naked male anatomical models, assisting in revealing the interior of their stomach. Shows are intestines, peritoneum, and generally the abdominal cavity. The blood vessels in the skin are clearly visible. Both men are depcited within decorated landscape backgrounds. As the key to this plate(s) is on the rear of previous plate, as issued, a copy of this key is included when applicable. Copperplate engraving on a verge type handlaid paper. Description: This very fine engraving originates from 'Anatomica operum omnium' by Adrianus Spigelius (Adriaan van den Spiegel), published by J. Blaeu, Amsterdam 1645. This splendidly produced edition of Spigelius' Collected Works was edited by the Dutch physician, Johannes Antonides van der Linden. This folio volume is illustrated with 117 anatomical plates. 78 Of these plates originate from Casserius, intended to illustrate his 'Theatrum Anatomicum', a great anatomical atlas that was still unpublished at his death in 1616. The remainder of the plates was prepared by Bucretius. The complete set of plates is seen as the most important anatomical illustration of the post-Vesalian period, and among the finest produced in the seventeenth century. Since before 1600 Casserius had been working on a fully-illustrated anatomical treatise, which he hired Fialetti to illustrate. His "De Vocis" of 1601 concludes with a promise to publish a treatise on the anatomy of the whole human body with illustrations. However, at the time of his early death in 1616 Casserio left 86 spectacular anatomical drawings by Fialetti, and also possibly their engravings, but no text. Casserius and the co-author of this work, Adrian van der Spiegel, both studied under Fabricius ab Aquapendente (Fabrici) at the University of Padua. Both worked closely with their teacher for many years, and in 1608 Casserius succeeded Fabrici in Padua's chair of surgery and anatomy, which passed in turn to Spiegel upon Casserius' death in 1616. Spiegel (Spigelius) (1578-1625) wrote an unillustrated treatise on anatomy that remained unpublished during his lifetime; in his will he appointed Daniel Bucretius (ne Rindfleisch) to see the work into print. To illustrate Spiegel's treatise, Bucretius obtained 77 of Fialetti's original 86 anatomical plates from the heirs of Casserius (probably engraved by J. Maurer), and commissioned 20 more by Fialetti and engraved by Valesio to complete the series (the remaining 9 plates left by Casserius were used to illustrate Spiegel's De Formato Foetu [1626]), which are part of this work. In the complete series, the largest number of plates, forty-three - and these perhaps the most memorable - are to be found in Liber IV, on the muscles. There are also interesting illustrations on the genito-urinary system in Liber VIII and on the brain in Liber X-one of these, showing the arterial circle at the brain, predates the Willis-Wren illustration [from Willis's Cerebri Anatome (1664)]. Except for those few plates which were derived from Vesalius, the anatomists had reconsidered ways of presenting human anatomy. In doing so they produced the first original series of illustrations of the anatomy of the human body since Vesalius. *Ref: Roberts & Tomlinson: The Fabric of the Body, pp. 262-63; see also pp. 259-61; Cazort, Kornell, Roberts: The Ingenious Machine of Nature: Four Centuries of Art and Anatomy (1996) pp. 167-68; Choulant-Frank 225; Garrison-Morton 381; Heirs of Hippocrates 414; NLM/Krivatsy 2202; 11297 (citing Casserio's and Spiegel's works separately); Sappol, Dream Anatomy pp. 110-111, 113; Waller 9121 and 1812.Artists and Engravers: Authors: Adriaan van den Spiegel, name sometimes written as Adrianus Spigelius (1578-1625) was a Flemish anatomist who was born in Brussels. For much of his career he practiced medicine in Padua, and is considered one of the great physicians associated with that city. He became professor of Anatomy in 1615, su

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        2 Antique Anatomical Prints-MAN-NAKED-MUSCLE-CHEST-Spigelius-Casserius-1645

      - Very rare anatomical print. Plate, Lib. IV, Tab. XVIII-XIX. Two plates showing a sitting naked man with exposed chest muscles. The figures are shown full-length within a decorative landscape background. As the key to this plate(s) is on the rear of previous plate, as issued, a copy of this key is included when applicable. Copperplate engraving on a verge type handlaid paper. Description: This very fine engraving originates from 'Anatomica operum omnium' by Adrianus Spigelius (Adriaan van den Spiegel), published by J. Blaeu, Amsterdam 1645. This splendidly produced edition of Spigelius' Collected Works was edited by the Dutch physician, Johannes Antonides van der Linden. This folio volume is illustrated with 117 anatomical plates. 78 Of these plates originate from Casserius, intended to illustrate his 'Theatrum Anatomicum', a great anatomical atlas that was still unpublished at his death in 1616. The remainder of the plates was prepared by Bucretius. The complete set of plates is seen as the most important anatomical illustration of the post-Vesalian period, and among the finest produced in the seventeenth century. Since before 1600 Casserius had been working on a fully-illustrated anatomical treatise, which he hired Fialetti to illustrate. His "De Vocis" of 1601 concludes with a promise to publish a treatise on the anatomy of the whole human body with illustrations. However, at the time of his early death in 1616 Casserio left 86 spectacular anatomical drawings by Fialetti, and also possibly their engravings, but no text. Casserius and the co-author of this work, Adrian van der Spiegel, both studied under Fabricius ab Aquapendente (Fabrici) at the University of Padua. Both worked closely with their teacher for many years, and in 1608 Casserius succeeded Fabrici in Padua's chair of surgery and anatomy, which passed in turn to Spiegel upon Casserius' death in 1616. Spiegel (Spigelius) (1578-1625) wrote an unillustrated treatise on anatomy that remained unpublished during his lifetime; in his will he appointed Daniel Bucretius (ne Rindfleisch) to see the work into print. To illustrate Spiegel's treatise, Bucretius obtained 77 of Fialetti's original 86 anatomical plates from the heirs of Casserius (probably engraved by J. Maurer), and commissioned 20 more by Fialetti and engraved by Valesio to complete the series (the remaining 9 plates left by Casserius were used to illustrate Spiegel's De Formato Foetu [1626]), which are part of this work. In the complete series, the largest number of plates, forty-three - and these perhaps the most memorable - are to be found in Liber IV, on the muscles. There are also interesting illustrations on the genito-urinary system in Liber VIII and on the brain in Liber X-one of these, showing the arterial circle at the brain, predates the Willis-Wren illustration [from Willis's Cerebri Anatome (1664)]. Except for those few plates which were derived from Vesalius, the anatomists had reconsidered ways of presenting human anatomy. In doing so they produced the first original series of illustrations of the anatomy of the human body since Vesalius. *Ref: Roberts & Tomlinson: The Fabric of the Body, pp. 262-63; see also pp. 259-61; Cazort, Kornell, Roberts: The Ingenious Machine of Nature: Four Centuries of Art and Anatomy (1996) pp. 167-68; Choulant-Frank 225; Garrison-Morton 381; Heirs of Hippocrates 414; NLM/Krivatsy 2202; 11297 (citing Casserio's and Spiegel's works separately); Sappol, Dream Anatomy pp. 110-111, 113; Waller 9121 and 1812.Artists and Engravers: Authors: Adriaan van den Spiegel, name sometimes written as Adrianus Spigelius (1578-1625) was a Flemish anatomist who was born in Brussels. For much of his career he practiced medicine in Padua, and is considered one of the great physicians associated with that city. He became professor of Anatomy in 1615, succeeding J. Casserius. At Padua he studied anatomy under Girolamo Fabrizio (1537-1619) and Julius Casserius (Giulio Casseri: 1552?1616). Hi

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        4 Anatomical Prints-MAMMARY GLAND-BREAST-LIVER-BLADDER-Spigelius-Casserius-1645

      - Very rare anatomical print. Plate, Tab. I-IV. Set of 4 plates and complete section of the book titled "De Venis Lacteis". These four plates and text deal with female breast tissue and the mammary gland. One of the plates shows the gall bladder, liver and bile duct. As the key to this plate(s) is on the rear of previous plate, as issued, a copy of this key is included when applicable. Copperplate engraving on a verge type handlaid paper. Description: This very fine engraving originates from 'Anatomica operum omnium' by Adrianus Spigelius (Adriaan van den Spiegel), published by J. Blaeu, Amsterdam 1645. This splendidly produced edition of Spigelius' Collected Works was edited by the Dutch physician, Johannes Antonides van der Linden. This folio volume is illustrated with 117 anatomical plates. 78 Of these plates originate from Casserius, intended to illustrate his 'Theatrum Anatomicum', a great anatomical atlas that was still unpublished at his death in 1616. The remainder of the plates was prepared by Bucretius. The complete set of plates is seen as the most important anatomical illustration of the post-Vesalian period, and among the finest produced in the seventeenth century. Since before 1600 Casserius had been working on a fully-illustrated anatomical treatise, which he hired Fialetti to illustrate. His "De Vocis" of 1601 concludes with a promise to publish a treatise on the anatomy of the whole human body with illustrations. However, at the time of his early death in 1616 Casserio left 86 spectacular anatomical drawings by Fialetti, and also possibly their engravings, but no text. Casserius and the co-author of this work, Adrian van der Spiegel, both studied under Fabricius ab Aquapendente (Fabrici) at the University of Padua. Both worked closely with their teacher for many years, and in 1608 Casserius succeeded Fabrici in Padua's chair of surgery and anatomy, which passed in turn to Spiegel upon Casserius' death in 1616. Spiegel (Spigelius) (1578-1625) wrote an unillustrated treatise on anatomy that remained unpublished during his lifetime; in his will he appointed Daniel Bucretius (ne Rindfleisch) to see the work into print. To illustrate Spiegel's treatise, Bucretius obtained 77 of Fialetti's original 86 anatomical plates from the heirs of Casserius (probably engraved by J. Maurer), and commissioned 20 more by Fialetti and engraved by Valesio to complete the series (the remaining 9 plates left by Casserius were used to illustrate Spiegel's De Formato Foetu [1626]), which are part of this work. In the complete series, the largest number of plates, forty-three - and these perhaps the most memorable - are to be found in Liber IV, on the muscles. There are also interesting illustrations on the genito-urinary system in Liber VIII and on the brain in Liber X-one of these, showing the arterial circle at the brain, predates the Willis-Wren illustration [from Willis's Cerebri Anatome (1664)]. Except for those few plates which were derived from Vesalius, the anatomists had reconsidered ways of presenting human anatomy. In doing so they produced the first original series of illustrations of the anatomy of the human body since Vesalius. *Ref: Roberts & Tomlinson: The Fabric of the Body, pp. 262-63; see also pp. 259-61; Cazort, Kornell, Roberts: The Ingenious Machine of Nature: Four Centuries of Art and Anatomy (1996) pp. 167-68; Choulant-Frank 225; Garrison-Morton 381; Heirs of Hippocrates 414; NLM/Krivatsy 2202; 11297 (citing Casserio's and Spiegel's works separately); Sappol, Dream Anatomy pp. 110-111, 113; Waller 9121 and 1812.Artists and Engravers: Authors: Adriaan van den Spiegel, name sometimes written as Adrianus Spigelius (1578-1625) was a Flemish anatomist who was born in Brussels. For much of his career he practiced medicine in Padua, and is considered one of the great physicians associated with that city. He became professor of Anatomy in 1615, succeeding J. Casserius. At Padua he studied anatomy under Girolamo Fabrizio (

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        2 Anatomical Prints-ORGANS-FEMALE-KIDNEY-WOMB-BLADDER-Spigelius-Casserius-1645

      - Very rare anatomical print. Plate, Lib. VIII, Tab. XX-XXI. Set of 2 plates, showing the female organs kidneys, bladder, spleen and womb. As the key to this plate(s) is on the rear of previous plate, as issued, a copy of this key is included when applicable. Copperplate engraving on a verge type handlaid paper. Description: This very fine engraving originates from 'Anatomica operum omnium' by Adrianus Spigelius (Adriaan van den Spiegel), published by J. Blaeu, Amsterdam 1645. This splendidly produced edition of Spigelius' Collected Works was edited by the Dutch physician, Johannes Antonides van der Linden. This folio volume is illustrated with 117 anatomical plates. 78 Of these plates originate from Casserius, intended to illustrate his 'Theatrum Anatomicum', a great anatomical atlas that was still unpublished at his death in 1616. The remainder of the plates was prepared by Bucretius. The complete set of plates is seen as the most important anatomical illustration of the post-Vesalian period, and among the finest produced in the seventeenth century. Since before 1600 Casserius had been working on a fully-illustrated anatomical treatise, which he hired Fialetti to illustrate. His "De Vocis" of 1601 concludes with a promise to publish a treatise on the anatomy of the whole human body with illustrations. However, at the time of his early death in 1616 Casserio left 86 spectacular anatomical drawings by Fialetti, and also possibly their engravings, but no text. Casserius and the co-author of this work, Adrian van der Spiegel, both studied under Fabricius ab Aquapendente (Fabrici) at the University of Padua. Both worked closely with their teacher for many years, and in 1608 Casserius succeeded Fabrici in Padua's chair of surgery and anatomy, which passed in turn to Spiegel upon Casserius' death in 1616. Spiegel (Spigelius) (1578-1625) wrote an unillustrated treatise on anatomy that remained unpublished during his lifetime; in his will he appointed Daniel Bucretius (ne Rindfleisch) to see the work into print. To illustrate Spiegel's treatise, Bucretius obtained 77 of Fialetti's original 86 anatomical plates from the heirs of Casserius (probably engraved by J. Maurer), and commissioned 20 more by Fialetti and engraved by Valesio to complete the series (the remaining 9 plates left by Casserius were used to illustrate Spiegel's De Formato Foetu [1626]), which are part of this work. In the complete series, the largest number of plates, forty-three - and these perhaps the most memorable - are to be found in Liber IV, on the muscles. There are also interesting illustrations on the genito-urinary system in Liber VIII and on the brain in Liber X-one of these, showing the arterial circle at the brain, predates the Willis-Wren illustration [from Willis's Cerebri Anatome (1664)]. Except for those few plates which were derived from Vesalius, the anatomists had reconsidered ways of presenting human anatomy. In doing so they produced the first original series of illustrations of the anatomy of the human body since Vesalius. *Ref: Roberts & Tomlinson: The Fabric of the Body, pp. 262-63; see also pp. 259-61; Cazort, Kornell, Roberts: The Ingenious Machine of Nature: Four Centuries of Art and Anatomy (1996) pp. 167-68; Choulant-Frank 225; Garrison-Morton 381; Heirs of Hippocrates 414; NLM/Krivatsy 2202; 11297 (citing Casserio's and Spiegel's works separately); Sappol, Dream Anatomy pp. 110-111, 113; Waller 9121 and 1812.Artists and Engravers: Authors: Adriaan van den Spiegel, name sometimes written as Adrianus Spigelius (1578-1625) was a Flemish anatomist who was born in Brussels. For much of his career he practiced medicine in Padua, and is considered one of the great physicians associated with that city. He became professor of Anatomy in 1615, succeeding J. Casserius. At Padua he studied anatomy under Girolamo Fabrizio (1537-1619) and Julius Casserius (Giulio Casseri: 1552?1616). His best written work on anatomy is De humani corporis fabrica libri

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        2 Anatomical Prints-TESTES-BLADDER-REPRODUCTIVE ORGAN-Spigelius-Casserius-1645

      - Very rare anatomical print. Plate, Lib. VIII, Tab. XIII-XIV. Set of 2 plates, showing the male organs kidney, bladder, testes and the penis. As the key to this plate(s) is on the rear of previous plate, as issued, a copy of this key is included when applicable. Copperplate engraving on a verge type handlaid paper. Description: This very fine engraving originates from 'Anatomica operum omnium' by Adrianus Spigelius (Adriaan van den Spiegel), published by J. Blaeu, Amsterdam 1645. This splendidly produced edition of Spigelius' Collected Works was edited by the Dutch physician, Johannes Antonides van der Linden. This folio volume is illustrated with 117 anatomical plates. 78 Of these plates originate from Casserius, intended to illustrate his 'Theatrum Anatomicum', a great anatomical atlas that was still unpublished at his death in 1616. The remainder of the plates was prepared by Bucretius. The complete set of plates is seen as the most important anatomical illustration of the post-Vesalian period, and among the finest produced in the seventeenth century. Since before 1600 Casserius had been working on a fully-illustrated anatomical treatise, which he hired Fialetti to illustrate. His "De Vocis" of 1601 concludes with a promise to publish a treatise on the anatomy of the whole human body with illustrations. However, at the time of his early death in 1616 Casserio left 86 spectacular anatomical drawings by Fialetti, and also possibly their engravings, but no text. Casserius and the co-author of this work, Adrian van der Spiegel, both studied under Fabricius ab Aquapendente (Fabrici) at the University of Padua. Both worked closely with their teacher for many years, and in 1608 Casserius succeeded Fabrici in Padua's chair of surgery and anatomy, which passed in turn to Spiegel upon Casserius' death in 1616. Spiegel (Spigelius) (1578-1625) wrote an unillustrated treatise on anatomy that remained unpublished during his lifetime; in his will he appointed Daniel Bucretius (ne Rindfleisch) to see the work into print. To illustrate Spiegel's treatise, Bucretius obtained 77 of Fialetti's original 86 anatomical plates from the heirs of Casserius (probably engraved by J. Maurer), and commissioned 20 more by Fialetti and engraved by Valesio to complete the series (the remaining 9 plates left by Casserius were used to illustrate Spiegel's De Formato Foetu [1626]), which are part of this work. In the complete series, the largest number of plates, forty-three - and these perhaps the most memorable - are to be found in Liber IV, on the muscles. There are also interesting illustrations on the genito-urinary system in Liber VIII and on the brain in Liber X-one of these, showing the arterial circle at the brain, predates the Willis-Wren illustration [from Willis's Cerebri Anatome (1664)]. Except for those few plates which were derived from Vesalius, the anatomists had reconsidered ways of presenting human anatomy. In doing so they produced the first original series of illustrations of the anatomy of the human body since Vesalius. *Ref: Roberts & Tomlinson: The Fabric of the Body, pp. 262-63; see also pp. 259-61; Cazort, Kornell, Roberts: The Ingenious Machine of Nature: Four Centuries of Art and Anatomy (1996) pp. 167-68; Choulant-Frank 225; Garrison-Morton 381; Heirs of Hippocrates 414; NLM/Krivatsy 2202; 11297 (citing Casserio's and Spiegel's works separately); Sappol, Dream Anatomy pp. 110-111, 113; Waller 9121 and 1812.Artists and Engravers: Authors: Adriaan van den Spiegel, name sometimes written as Adrianus Spigelius (1578-1625) was a Flemish anatomist who was born in Brussels. For much of his career he practiced medicine in Padua, and is considered one of the great physicians associated with that city. He became professor of Anatomy in 1615, succeeding J. Casserius. At Padua he studied anatomy under Girolamo Fabrizio (1537-1619) and Julius Casserius (Giulio Casseri: 1552?1616). His best written work on anatomy is De humani corporis fabrica l

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        2 Anatomical Prints-ARTERY-BLOOD VESSEL-VEIN-HUMAN-Spigelius-Casserius-1645

      - Very rare anatomical print. Plate, Lib. VI, Tab. II-III. Set of 2 plates, showing the veins, arteries and blood vessels of a standing human figure, seen from the front. As the key to this plate(s) is on the rear of previous plate, as issued, a copy of this key is included when applicable. Copperplate engraving on a verge type handlaid paper. Description: This very fine engraving originates from 'Anatomica operum omnium' by Adrianus Spigelius (Adriaan van den Spiegel), published by J. Blaeu, Amsterdam 1645. This splendidly produced edition of Spigelius' Collected Works was edited by the Dutch physician, Johannes Antonides van der Linden. This folio volume is illustrated with 117 anatomical plates. 78 Of these plates originate from Casserius, intended to illustrate his 'Theatrum Anatomicum', a great anatomical atlas that was still unpublished at his death in 1616. The remainder of the plates was prepared by Bucretius. The complete set of plates is seen as the most important anatomical illustration of the post-Vesalian period, and among the finest produced in the seventeenth century. Since before 1600 Casserius had been working on a fully-illustrated anatomical treatise, which he hired Fialetti to illustrate. His "De Vocis" of 1601 concludes with a promise to publish a treatise on the anatomy of the whole human body with illustrations. However, at the time of his early death in 1616 Casserio left 86 spectacular anatomical drawings by Fialetti, and also possibly their engravings, but no text. Casserius and the co-author of this work, Adrian van der Spiegel, both studied under Fabricius ab Aquapendente (Fabrici) at the University of Padua. Both worked closely with their teacher for many years, and in 1608 Casserius succeeded Fabrici in Padua's chair of surgery and anatomy, which passed in turn to Spiegel upon Casserius' death in 1616. Spiegel (Spigelius) (1578-1625) wrote an unillustrated treatise on anatomy that remained unpublished during his lifetime; in his will he appointed Daniel Bucretius (ne Rindfleisch) to see the work into print. To illustrate Spiegel's treatise, Bucretius obtained 77 of Fialetti's original 86 anatomical plates from the heirs of Casserius (probably engraved by J. Maurer), and commissioned 20 more by Fialetti and engraved by Valesio to complete the series (the remaining 9 plates left by Casserius were used to illustrate Spiegel's De Formato Foetu [1626]), which are part of this work. In the complete series, the largest number of plates, forty-three - and these perhaps the most memorable - are to be found in Liber IV, on the muscles. There are also interesting illustrations on the genito-urinary system in Liber VIII and on the brain in Liber X-one of these, showing the arterial circle at the brain, predates the Willis-Wren illustration [from Willis's Cerebri Anatome (1664)]. Except for those few plates which were derived from Vesalius, the anatomists had reconsidered ways of presenting human anatomy. In doing so they produced the first original series of illustrations of the anatomy of the human body since Vesalius. *Ref: Roberts & Tomlinson: The Fabric of the Body, pp. 262-63; see also pp. 259-61; Cazort, Kornell, Roberts: The Ingenious Machine of Nature: Four Centuries of Art and Anatomy (1996) pp. 167-68; Choulant-Frank 225; Garrison-Morton 381; Heirs of Hippocrates 414; NLM/Krivatsy 2202; 11297 (citing Casserio's and Spiegel's works separately); Sappol, Dream Anatomy pp. 110-111, 113; Waller 9121 and 1812.Artists and Engravers: Authors: Adriaan van den Spiegel, name sometimes written as Adrianus Spigelius (1578-1625) was a Flemish anatomist who was born in Brussels. For much of his career he practiced medicine in Padua, and is considered one of the great physicians associated with that city. He became professor of Anatomy in 1615, succeeding J. Casserius. At Padua he studied anatomy under Girolamo Fabrizio (1537-1619) and Julius Casserius (Giulio Casseri: 1552?1616). His best written work on anatomy is

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        Außerlesene Andächtige Catholische Gebett. Zu der heyligisten Dreyfaltigkeit, Gott Vatter, Sohn und H. Geist. 2. Sonderbare Gebett zu Christo Jesu. Item, von seinem bittern Leyden und Sterben. 3. Bey der H. Meß ... 4. Zu Maria der Mutter Gottes, vnd etlichen Heiligen. 5. Sondere Gebett, Für allerley Anligen deß Menschens. 6. Die siben Bußpsalmen ...

      München: durch Nicolaum Henricum, 1645. With 25 engraved plates, numerous woodcut images in text. Text printed within printed floral borders. [iv], 626, [11, table of contents] pp. 1 vols. Small 8vo. Contemporary dark morocco over wooden boards, elaborately gilt to panel design, edges gauffered and gilt. Rubbed, fore-edge clasps perished. Some occasional light foxing, small traces of worming in gutter at foot, paper flaw in first plate. very good. Handsome volume. With 25 engraved plates, numerous woodcut images in text. Text printed within printed floral borders. [iv], 626, [11, table of contents] pp. 1 vols. Small 8vo. Mid-seventeenth century printing of this standard Catholic devotional (OCLC records three editions from the first decades of the century), this copy handsomely bound and with engraved portraits of martyrs and saints and other religious images. Not in OCLC

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        Außerlesene Andächtige Catholische Gebett. Zu der heyligisten Dreyfaltigkeit, Gott Vatter, Sohn und H. Geist. 2. Sonderbare Gebett zu Christo Jesu. Item, von seinem bittern Leyden und Sterben. 3. Bey der H. Meß … 4. Zu Maria der Mutter Gottes, vnd etlichen Heiligen. 5. Sondere Gebett, Für allerley Anligen deß Menschens. 6. Die siben Bußpsalmen …

      München: durch Nicolaum Henricum, 1645. With 25 engraved plates, numerous woodcut images in text. Text printed within printed floral borders. [iv], 626, [11, table of contents] pp. 1 vols. Small 8vo. Contemporary dark morocco over wooden boards, elaborately gilt to panel design, edges gauffered and gilt. Rubbed, fore-edge clasps perished. Some occasional light foxing, small traces of worming in gutter at foot, paper flaw in first plate. very good. Handsome volume. With 25 engraved plates, numerous woodcut images in text. Text printed within printed floral borders. [iv], 626, [11, table of contents] pp. 1 vols. Small 8vo. Mid-seventeenth century printing of this standard Catholic devotional (OCLC records three editions from the first decades of the century), this copy handsomely bound and with engraved portraits of martyrs and saints and other religious images. Not in OCLC

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        SARNIA INSULA, VULGO GARNSEY: ET INSULA CAESAREA, VERNACULE JARSEY’. Map of the Channel Islands Guernsey and Jersey with two cartouches, sailing ships, putti, and one heraldic shield.

      Joan Blaeu ca. 1645 - 39x 47cm. Dutch text verso. Wide margins. Full original colour. Excellent condition.

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        Breve noticia da iornada que Monsenhor Marques de Rulhac Embaixador extraordinario do Christianissimo Rey de França Luis XIIII fez a Portugal, & Embaixada, que deu a elRey nosso senhor D. João IV, Restaurador de Portugal.

      Lisbon, Na Officina de Domingos Lopes Rosa, 1645. - 4°, recent antique sheep, spine gilt with raised bands in six compartments, crimson leather lettering-piece, gilt letter, text-block edges rouged Caption title. Four-line woodcut initial. Light browning. In good to very good condition. Old ink foliation. A few old notes, in ink. (6 ll.). *** FIRST and ONLY EDITION. Rare tract from the period of restoration of Portuguese independence, describing the trip from La Rochelle and the ceremonial arrival at the Portuguese court of French Ambassador Louis de Goth, Marquis de Rouillac. Among the details are brief descriptions of the landmarks that the ambassador was taken to visit and an account of his meeting with D. João IV, who seems to have been dripping with diamonds (f. A4r). Some of the speeches are transcribed, and at the end of the volume are two sonnets about the ambassador's presentation to the king and queen.King Louis XIII of France had signed a treaty of alliance with Portugal on June 1, 1641; the beginning of this pamphlet notes that Louis XIV was eager to continue it. The alliance was part of the diplomatic maneuvering involved in the Thirty Years' War, which began as a war between Catholics and Protestants, but widened into a battle between the Bourbons and Habsburgs: hence the French at this time supported rebellions in Catalonia and in Portugal. The Thirty Years' War significantly affected the outcome of the Portuguese struggle for independence (the Restauração), since it prevented the King of Spain from directing his full military might against Portugal.*** Arouca N85. Innocêncio XVII, 106; XVIII, 201. Figanière 254. Trindade 213. Martinho da Fonseca, Restauração 321. Coimbra, Miscelâneas V, no. 6179. Monteverde 3753. Not in Exposição bibliográfica da Restauração. Not located in Porbase. Copac repeats British Library only. KVK (44 databases searched) locates a single copy, at Biblioteca nazionale centrale-Roma. The European Library (72 databases searched), repeats the British Library and Biblioteca Nacional de España only. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        de MENSURA TEMPORUM Antiquorum & Praecipue Graecorum, Exercitatio

      Iodocum KALCOVIVM, Coloniae Agrippinae 1645 - de MENSURA TEMPORUM Antiquorum & Praecipue Graecorum, Exercitatio CONFUTATIO FABULAE de Ionna Papissa, ex Monumentis Graecis. Bartholdus Nihusius de TEMPLIS GRAECORUM Recentioribus, ad Ioannem Morinum; de Narthece ecclesiae veteris par Leonis ALLATII ouvrage in-8° relié (13 cm x 20.5 cm) reliure plein vélin ivoire, dos lisse, orné du titre, auteur manuscrit, 8 pages, suivies de 3 planches dépliantes, 239 pages (Mensura Temporum), suivies de 112 pages (Confutatio Fabulae), suivies de 184 pages (Templis Graecorum), édité par Iodocum KALCOVIVM, Coloniae Agrippinae, 1645 bon état [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Lusitania liberata ab injusto Castellanorum dominio. Restituta legitimo Principi, Serenissimo Joanni IV Lusitaniae, Algarbiorum, Africae, Arabiae, Persiae, Indiae, Brasiliae, &c. regi potentissimo. Summo pontifici, imperio, regibus, rebus-publicis, caeterisque orbis christiani principibus demonstrata per D. Antonium de Sousa de Macedo Lusitanum. Opus historicè-juridicum, materiarum varietate jucundum

      In Officina Richardi Heron, Londini [London] 1645 - In-folio (290 x 190 mm.), pp. (30), 794, 22 (di index). Ritratto di re Giovanni IV di Lusitania incisio in rame in antiporta, bel frontespizio allegorico interamente inciso + 12 incisioni calcografiche a piena pagina (incise da Jhon Droeshout). Elegante e solida legatura in piena pelle coeva, piatti incorniciati da triplice filetto a secco, dorso a 5 pronunciati nervi, tagli spruzzati di rosso. Lievi e sporadiche bruniture ma ottimo esemplare di quasta stimata e non comune opera di carattere storico-encomiastico e giuridico sulla ritrovata libertà lusitana, molto apprezzata anche per l'importante impianto iconografico di gusto barocco che la correda. Bibliografia: Palau, 20860. Wing, S, 4727. Hofer, 88. Manca al Manual Bibliographico Portuguez di Ricardo Pinto de Mattos (1878). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Topographia Palatinatus Rheni et Vicinarum Regionum. Das ist, Beschreibung und Eigentliche Abbildung der Vornemsten Statte B. Plätz der Untern Pfaltz am Rhein und Benachbarten Landschafften, als der Bistümer Wormbs Und Speyer, der Bergstraß, des Wessterreichs, Hundrücks, Zweybrüggen, etc. Sampt einer Zugabe Ettlicher des H. Röm. Reichs Zu dem Ober Rheinischen Cräyß gezogenen Ständes, alß Bisantz, Metz, Tull, Verdun, Lothringen, Savoyen, etc.

      (Ffm.), Matthäus Merian, 1645. 34,5 x 21 cm. Gestochener Titel, (3)- 106 S., Titel mit gestoch. Vignette 33 S., 4 Bl. Mit 1 gestoch. Karte und 101 Ansichten auf 63 (meist doppels. und teils gefalt.) Kupfertafeln. Pgt. d. Zt. mit Rsch. Wüthrich IV, S. 136, Nr. 26. - Die 2. Ausgabe (datiert 1645) effektiv wohl 1672 erschienen, mit der \"Zugab\". \"Auf der anderen Seite hat man hier den ersten Band vor sich, bei dem Merian sich eines Stechers bediente, der mit seinem Stil gänzlich aus dem Rahmen der bisherigen Produktion fällt. Der Name des Künstlers ist nich bekannt, wir nennen ihn den `Dilich-Stecher`\" (Wüthrich). - Angebunden: \"Topographia Archiepiscopatum Moguntinensis, Treuirensis, et Coloniensis, Das ist Beschreibung der Vornembsten Stätt und Plätz, in denen Ertzbistumen Mayntz, Trier, und Cöln\". Gestoch. Titel, (3)- 95 S., 4 Bl. Mit 4 gestoch. Karten und 40 Ansichten auf 67 (meist doppels. und teils gefalt.) Kupfertafeln. - Wüthrich IV, S. 163, Nr. 30. - Die 2. Ausgabe (datiert 1646) effektiv 1675 erschienen. \"Glanzpunkte in der Bebilderung und beeindruckende Leistungen der Radiernadel Merians stellen die Ansichten von Mainz und Gustavsburg dar\" (Wüthrich). - Der Einband fleckig. Die Tafeln in sauberen Abdrücken, vorwiegend in den Rändern unten mit alten Hinterlegungen, teils leicht fleckig und knittrig, die Bindung gering gelockert. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Rheinland-Pfalz - Saarland

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        Honor del Gran Patriarca San Ignacio de Loyola, fundador de la Compania de Jesus, en que se propone su vida, y la de si Discipulo el Apostol de las Indias S. Francisco Xavier. Con la milagrosa historia del admirable Padre Marcelo Mastrilli

      First edition. Part of Nieremberg´s set of works and biographies usually gathered as the Varones, each part complete in itself, this is the third part volume in the series, and contains the life of the founder of the Order, as well as plenty material on Japan and South America. It is a compendium of the explorations, travels, discoveries, and evolution of the Jesuits, during the period of their most significant expansion. "This work having been published at different periods during the space of almost a century... The interest of the work, excluding some 'jesuitical chaff', is not inferior to its rarity, as it contains accounts of many early voyages to the Indies, not elsewhere to be found" (Sabin). On Japan, it includes the life, missionary work and martyrdom of Father Marcelo Mastrili (1603 - 1637) in Japan on Mount Unzen (outskirts of Nagasaki) under the Tokugawa Shogunate. Mastrili had sailed to Japan with aims of reconverting the "fallen priest" Christovao Ferreira who had renounced his faith. Ferreira (c. 1580 - 1650) was a Portuguese Jesuit missionary, he worked in Japan from 1609 to 1633 and was the head of the Jesuit Order in that country during the religious purges against Christianity in 1633; after being tortured for hours, committed apostasy, subsequently changing his name to Sawano Chuan and registering at a Buddhist temple. Mastrili was arrested shortly after landing - the relation of his travesty towards Japan is also noted-; he was then submitted to torture and beheaded. Mysticism did not elude Mastrili, he reported to having visions of St. Francis Xavier who cured him twice. Furthermore, it contains accounts of missions to Goa, Mindanao and Japan. Subjects include "La celestial vocacion a la mission de la India", "La apostolica misiondel P. Marcelo en la jornada de Mindanao", "La entrada en el Japon... tormentos y muerte gloriosa". Other volumes in the series include the "Ideas de virtud en algunos Claros Varones de la Compañia de Jesus", and the "Firmamento religioso de luzidos Astros. En algunos claros varones de la Compañia de Jesus, cumplense en este tomo, y en el antecedente una centuria entera". Sabin, 55271.

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        Wigorniensis Comitaus et Comitatus Warwicensis; nec non Coventrae libertas

      Amsterdam Blaeu Joan 1645 - "Wigorniensis Comitaus et Comitatus Warwicensis; nec non Coventrae libertas. Worcester, Warwik Shire. and the Liberty of Coventre". Orig. copper-engraving, J. Blaeu, Amsterdam, 1645. Orig. old colouring. With ornamental title-cartouche, royal coat of arms, English coat of arms and 2 cartouches with 19 family coats of arms (incl. 5 blank shields). 41,5:50,5 cm (16 1/2 x 20 inch.). Koeman II, Map 5345:2, ed. 2:302-3 (1646-62 Latin). - A very decorative map of the counties of Wocestershire and Warwickshire in Central England. - Perfect copy printed on thick paper with wide margins.

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        Der Römischen Keyser- Und Königlichen Maiestete(n), Auch deß Heiligen Römischen Reichs Geistlicher und Weltlicher Stände . Handlungen und Außschreiben, Rathschläge, Bedencken, Send- und andere Brieffe ., Achtserklärungen, Hülffsbrieffe, Verträge . Band 2 (von 2): Von Rechtmässigkeit, Anfang, Fort- und endlichen Außgang deß Teutschen Kriegs Keyser Carls deß Fünfften, wider die Schmalkaldische Bundsoberste . Vom Jahr 1546 biß auff das Jahr 1558 . Nun aber . vermehret, und zum andern Mal an Tag gegeben.

      - Gotha, (A. Reyher) für W. Endter (in Nürnberg), 1645. Folio. 30 Bl., 1962 (recte 1944) S. Mit gestochenem Titelporträt, illustr. Kupfertitel, 9 gestochenen Porträts u. 17 (davon 11 doppelblattgr. oder gefalt.) Kupfertafeln. Leder d. Zeit (beschabt, Ecken bestoßen, Rücken mit reparierten Einrissen u. Fehlstellen, Vorsätze leimschattig). Umfangreiche Quellensammlung zur Geschichte des Schmalkaldischen Krieges. Das Werk ging aus Hortleders Tätigkeit als Hzgl. Sachsen-Weimarischer Prinzenerzieher hervor und ist zuerst 1617/18 am Vorabend des 30jährigen Krieges erschienen. Von Bedeutung sind die Anschauungen, die Hortleder seinen Zöglingen, darunter dem späteren Herzog Ernst dem Frommen und Herzog Bernhard von Sachsen-Weimar, über die verfassungsmäßige Beschränkung der kaiserlichen Macht gegenüber den Rechten der Reichsstände vermittelt hat. "Ein Schatz von Sachen zur Kenntniß selbiger Zeiten, worauf doch ein so großer Theil unserer heutigen Verfassung beruht" (Pütter I, 179). Man hat das Werk als Urkundenbuch zu Sleidans Geschichte der Reformation bezeichnet und "als solches hat es noch heute . seinen unbestreitbaren Wert" (Wegele in ADB 13, 168). Die neue Auflage wurde von Hortleders Schwiegersohn Zacharias Prüeschenck vermehrt, aber auch hier und da auf Verlangen einiger Reichsstände verändert. Ohne den ersten Band, der die Vorgeschichte des Krieges und die ins Feld geführten Kriegsursachen nach Maßgabe der kaiserlichen Achtserklärung dokumentiert. Mit Ansichten u.a. von Leipzig, der Schlacht bei Mühlberg, dem Feldlager bei Ingolstadt, der Plassenburg, Schloss Landsberg, Wittenberg, Magdeburg (2) und Frankfurt/M. Unter den prächtigen barocken Fürstenporträts der Widmungsempfänger Landgraf Georg von Hessen in Ganzfigur mit einer Ansicht von Marburg im Hintergrund. - Paisey H 1678; Lipperheide Da 14; Wegele 370 f; VD 17 1:018999W od. 1:018874Q. - Gebräunt. 1 Tafel kopfstehend eingeheftet, 1 Tafel mit Randfehlstelle ohne Bildverlust. Titel verso alter Stempel. Paginierungssprünge nach S. 336 u. 961, S. 569-88 doppelt paginiert. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        RHEINPFALZ. -, Topographia Palatinatus Rheni et Vicinarum Regionum. Das ist, Beschreibung und Eigentliche Abbildung der Vornemsten Statte B. Plätz der Untern Pfaltz am Rhein und Benachbarten Landschafften, als der Bistümer Wormbs Und Speyer, der Bergstraß, des Wessterreichs, Hundrücks, Zweybrüggen, etc. Sampt einer Zugabe Ettlicher des H. Röm. Reichs Zu dem Ober Rheinischen Cräyß gezogenen Ständes, alß Bisantz, Metz, Tull, Verdun, Lothringen, Savoyen, etc.

      34,5 x 21 cm. Gestochener Titel, (3)- 106 S., Titel mit gestoch. Vignette 33 S., 4 Bl. Mit 1 gestoch. Karte und 101 Ansichten auf 63 (meist doppels. und teils gefalt.) Kupfertafeln. Pgt. d. Zt. mit Rsch. Wüthrich IV, S. 136, Nr. 26. - Die 2. Ausgabe (datiert 1645) effektiv wohl 1672 erschienen, mit der "Zugab". "Auf der anderen Seite hat man hier den ersten Band vor sich, bei dem Merian sich eines Stechers bediente, der mit seinem Stil gänzlich aus dem Rahmen der bisherigen Produktion fällt. Der Name des Künstlers ist nich bekannt, wir nennen ihn den 'Dilich-Stecher'" (Wüthrich). - Angebunden: "Topographia Archiepiscopatum Moguntinensis, Treuirensis, et Coloniensis, Das ist Beschreibung der Vornembsten Stätt und Plätz, in denen Ertzbistumen Mayntz, Trier, und Cöln". Gestoch. Titel, (3)- 95 S., 4 Bl. Mit 4 gestoch. Karten und 40 Ansichten auf 67 (meist doppels. und teils gefalt.) Kupfertafeln. - Wüthrich IV, S. 163, Nr. 30. - Die 2. Ausgabe (datiert 1646) effektiv 1675 erschienen. "Glanzpunkte in der Bebilderung und beeindruckende Leistungen der Radiernadel Merians stellen die Ansichten von Mainz und Gustavsburg dar" (Wüthrich). - Der Einband fleckig. Die Tafeln in sauberen Abdrücken, vorwiegend in den Rändern unten mit alten Hinterlegungen, teils leicht fleckig und knittrig, die Bindung gering gelockert. Rheinland-Pfalz - Saarland

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        Stammtafeln mehrerer Gauner-Familien in der Provinz Niederhessen. Nebst einem Rundschreiben an die kurfürstlichen Kreisräthe und die Fürstlich Rotenburgischen Beamten.

      V S., 25 genealogische Tafeln. Pappband d. Zt. Qu.-Folio. 19,5 x 34 cm. Avé-Lallement I, 263 Huelke/Etzler 1645 Fijnaut/Paoli, Organised Crime in Europe 148. - Sehr seltene kriminalistische Veröffentlichung, die allerlei jenische Familien genealogisch dokumentiert: Bindemann, Deutscher, Kreutz (ausdrücklich als "Zigeuner" ausgewiesen), Steinbach (ebenso als "Zigeuner" ausgewiesen) u.a. Pfeiffer war Polizei-Direktor und Regierungsrat der Provinz Niederhessen. - Etwas berieben, Rückenbezug angerissen. Insgesamt recht gutes Exemplar!

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        Shisho wakan gounzu or Shisho wakan koto hennen gounzu [A Chronology of Japanese and Chinese History]

      Woodblock printed. 67; 46; 46 folding leaves. Three vols. Large 8vo (283 x 192 mm.), orig. blue brocade design paper wrappers (slight worming carefully restored), orig. block-printed title label on upper cover of Vol. I (label partly missing), new stitching. [Japan]: ca. 1645. First edition and very rare; this book is based on the Jusen wakan koto hennen gounzu (ca. 1611) by Nichisei (or Nichisho or Enchi, 1554-1614), a priest at the Yohoji Temple in Kyoto, where they printed "a series of important books…between 1600 and 1614" (Chibbett) with movable types. Nichisei supervised the temple's printing program and also wrote and edited most of the works himself. Chronology was used in this work to legitimize the ruling families and dynasties and to provide a historical context and memory. Yoshida (1598-1672), a member of a prominent family of physicians and engineers, is most famous for his Jinko-ki (1st ed.: 1627 and many later eds.), "the first great work on arithmetic to appear in Japan."-Smith, History of Mathematics, Vol. I, p. 437. It explains operations on the soroban (abacus), including square and cube root. It has some interesting applications and gives 3.16 for the value of pi. In one of his later editions Yoshida appended a number of advanced problems to be solved by competitors. This procedure of issuing problems started among the Japanese and was kept up until 1813 and helped to stimulate mathematical activity. Yoshida's mathematical skills and knowledge of Chinese made him uniquely prepared to compile the present chronological work. The first volume begins with a genealogical table of the emperors of Japan, beginning with Jimmu in the 7th century B.C. through the 110th (misnumbered 111), Go-Komyo (reigned 1643-54). It bears the stamp of Yoshida. This is followed by three leaves describing the gods from which Jimmu descended. Following this are biographical sketches of each Japanese emperor up through Gomizunoo. Then there are tables listing the gods and emperors of both Japan (on top of the page) and China (on the lower half). The final section of Vol. I and the second and third volumes provide a detailed account of the events from the beginnings of both Japanese and Chinese history up to 1645 in parallel texts. Very nice set from the library of Donald and Mary Hyde (their sale, Christie's NYC, 7 October 1988, lot 94). Preserved in a box. ❧ Cajori, A History of Mathematics, pp. 78-79. Chibbett, The History of Japanese Printing and Book Illustration, p. 72. Smith & Mikami, A History of Japanese Mathematics, pp. 59-62. Sugimoto & Swain, Science & Culture in Traditional Japan, pp. 263-64.

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        Icones imperatorum romanum. Ex priscis Numismatibus ad vivam delineatae...; Edited by Caspar Gevartius (1593-1666)

      Antwerp: Balthasar Moretus at the Plantin Press, 1645. Folio (386 x 246 mm). Roman types, with a little italic and Greek. Half-title. Engraved allegorical title-page after Rubens by Cornelis Galle the elder, 144 chiaroscuro woodcut portrait medallions printed in brown and black from two blocks each (plus 9 empty woodcut roundel frames for never-completed portraits), large woodcut printer's device on Ggg6r, letterpress half-title; one 10-line, two 6-line, and 156 four-line woodcut initials, 2 woodcut tail-pieces. Contemporary Netherlandish gilt-paneled and -blocked vellum, edges gilt. Minor loss along front board edge, a few small stains; some show-through of coloring on text, ink stain on L2 affecting several letters, Z4 with small loss in lower margin, but generally fine. Provenance: purchased from Michael Dawson, 1969. A reprint of Goltzius's first edition of 1557, edited and expanded by Caspar Gevartius, using new blocks. This edition adds a suite of ten medallion portraits of the Austrian emperors from Albrecht II through Ferdinand III, the Holy Roman Emperor at the time of publication. The work was published as an independent work, but also comprises the fifth volume of Goltzius's Opera omnia (Plantin, 1644-1645). The chiaroscuro woodcut medallion portraits (en camaieu) were cut by Christoffel Jegher and were largely based on coins from Goltzius's own collection. Brunet II:1653; Cicognara 2568; Graesse II:113; Judson and Van de Velde, Corpus Rubenianium 83 (p. 36); W.L Strauss, Chiaroscuro, London, 1973, p. 232. From the Collection of Arthur & Charlotte Vershbow.

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        Comitatvs Dorcestria, sive Dorsettia; Vulgo Anglice Dorset Shire

      Amsterdam Blaeu Joan 1645 - "Comitatus Dorcestria, sive Dorsettia; Vulgo Anglice Dorset Shire". Orig. copper-engraving, J. Blaeu, Amsterdam, 1645. Orig. old colouring. With great decorative title-cartouche with the scale of map ("Milliaria Anglica ."), 7 ships, royal coat of arms and 4 family coats of arms (including 1 blank shield). 38,5:50,5 cm (15 1/4 x 20 inch.). Koeman II, map 5240:2, ed. 2:302-3 (1646-62 Latin). - A very decorative map of Dorset, a county in South West England on the English Channel coast. - Perfect copy printed on thick paper with wide margins.

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        Diverses paysages

      Paris: Israel Silvestre, 1645. From the Collection of Arthur & Charlotte Vershbow. Complete set of twelve etchings, plates 110 x 255 mm and similar, sheets 220 x 345 mm, including title, in the first state (of two). Fine impressions, wide margins, pale water stain to plates at center of volume, early ink inscription on title. 18th-century half-vellum, decorated paper boards. De Vesme 757-768. Provenance: purchased from Walter Schatzki, 1964. Bound with: five other series published by Silvestre: Palais D'Orleans, Château de Meudon, St. Cloud et Château de Bourbon, Diverses Perspectives et Paysages and Diverses vues faites sur le Naturel. The plates are sequentially numbered in ink.

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        Courtrai.

      - Kupferstich v. Cochin b. Perelle, um 1645, 44,5 x 54,5 cm. Altkolorierte Ansicht von Courtrai im Belagerungszustand (16 x 50 cm.) Großes dekoratives Portrait, umrankt von Engeln und Girlanden. Unten im Falz und im rechten Rand hinterlegt. Oben angerändert.Im Ganzen ein dekorative Blatt. JPEG-Bilder auf Anfrage möglich.

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        1645 1ed RARE Francis Bacon Augmentis Scientiarum Philosophy Science Technology

      Lugd. Batav. [i.e. Leiden] : Apud Franciscum Moyardum & Adrianum Wijngaerde., Anno 1645. First edition. - 1645 1ed RARE Francis Bacon Augmentis Scientiarum Philosophy Science Technology “Some books should be tasted, some devoured, but only a few should be chewed and digested thoroughly.” Francis Bacon Francis Bacon, one of the most famous English philosophers and scientists of the Renaissance. While most of his work deals with discovery, scientific method, and the scientific revolution, he did lean strongly toward Puritanism in his personal devotion. An extremely rare printing of Bacon’s “Augmentis Scientiarum”. According to Willems, the 1662 printing is much more common, however, “There is an earlier edition of this work, no less attractive [than the 1662], it seems to be printed by G. van der Marse (not Elzevier).” Willems also notes that Elzevier printed the complete set of Bacon works that his book comes from in 1662 (Willems 1157, 6*), but that edition was taken from this 1645 printing! This book discusses the advancement of science and technology in the early 17th-century. Item number: #1048 Price: $750 BACON, Francis Francisci Baconis de Verulamio, Vice-Comitis Sancti Albani, De dignitate & augmentis scientiarum, libri IX. : Ad regum suum. Lugd. Batav. [i.e. Leiden] : Apud Franciscum Moyardum & Adrianum Wijngaerde., Anno 1645. First edition. Details: • Collation complete with all pages: [20], 749, [71] • Binding: Leather; tight & secure • References: Willems 1708; • Language: Latin • Size: ~5in X 3in (13cm x 8cm) Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 1048 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Het kleyn vroetwyfs-boek ofte den vermeerderde Roosengaert van de bevruchte vrouwen. 2 delen, Amsterdam, erven wed. G. de Groot, 1730.

      128+48 pag., in één perkamenten omslag. BMN I 336. Geillustreerd met houtsneden in de tekst, o.a. van de ligging van kinderen in de baarmoeder. De eerste editie verscheen in 1645. Vertaald door Thomas v.d. Noot. Zeldzaam: de STCN kent slechts 1 1/2 exemplaar.

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        Opera quae extant, omnia. Ex recensione Joh. Antonidae vander Linden.

      Johannem Blaeu, 1645., Amsterdam: - Folio. [24], 303, [14], [1 blank]; 199, [1 blank], [4]; 49, [2], [1 blank]; xxxv, [xxxvi-xxxvii], [10], xxxviii-lxxxvi, [5], [1 blank]; [4], [8], 155, [8], [1 blank] pp. Signature collation: [-]4, ?4, ??4, A-Z4, Aa-Qq4, Rr3, a-z4, aa-bb4, [-]2, AA-FF4, GG2, Aa-Dd4, Ee3, [-]4, Ff-Gg4, Hh6, Ii-Ll4, Mm2; (*4), A-K4, L4+1, M-T4, V-X2, X2 Engraved title-page, portrait of the author by Jeremiah Falck, 117 copperplates (of which 97 are from Casserio’s Tabulae anatomicae by Francisco Valesio after Odoardo Fialetti, another 10 plates are after Casserio to illustrate Spiegel’s De format foetu, 10 additional engravings to illustrate the treatises; light foxing throughout, but on the whole text and plates are beautifully preserved. Contemporary gilt-stamped vellum, seven raised bands, re-backed with gilt-stamped vellum spine, new end-papers, edges with contemporary gauffering for original patron. Binding tight. A FINE & BEAUTIFUL COPY. [More details on request]. FIRST EDITION. FEATURING 117 EXQUISITE COPPERPLATE ENGRAVINGS OF HUMAN ANATOMY. “This edition of Spigelius’ work constitutes the most complete collection of original impressions of the eighty-seven plates from Casserius’ legacy and the twenty added to them by Bucretius…Casserius’ plates mark a new epoch in the history of anatomic representation, owing to the correctness of their anatomic drawing, their tasteful arrangement, and the beauty of their technical execution” (Choulant, et al. 225-6). Spieghel (Spigelius) was a Flemish botanist, anatomist, and practicing surgeon who studied under Girolamo Fabrici in Padua and succeeded Giulio Cassero (Casserius) as the chair of anatomy at that university. He published only two works during his lifetimeâ€"the Isagoge, concerning tapeworms, and febris semitertiana, on malaria. However, he left behind some important manuscripts, including his most famous anatomical work, De humani corporis fabrica (DSB, Vol. XII, 577). The Opera contains all 106 of these plates, plus a tenth one showing the hymen. It also contains 10 more plates not from the Casserius series: four from Casparo Aselli’s De lactibus et lacteis venis, one from William Harvey’s De motu cordis et sanguinus, three from Johannes Walaeus’ De motu chyli, and two from Spigelius’ De lumbrico lato, along with the full text of each additional treatise. References: Castiglioni, Arturo. A History of Medicine. New York: Jason Aronson, 1975, p. 527; Choulant, Ludwig, Mortimer Frank, History and Bibliography of Anatomic Illustration. New York: Hafner, 1962; DSB, vol. XII; Garrison, Fielding H. An Introduction to the History of Medicine. 4th ed., 1961; Garrison-Morton 381 & 5229; Hook & Norman, vol. II, no. 1987; Keynes, A Bibliography of the Writings of William Harvey, 5; Norman, Catalogue 15, item 89; Roberts, K. B., and J. D. W. Tomlinson. The Fabric of the Body: European Traditions of Anatomical Illustration. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1992; Waller 9124; Wellcome V, p. 159. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Icones imperatorum romanum. Ex priscis Numismatibus ad vivam delineatae...; Edited by Caspar Gevartius (1593-1666)

      Antwerp: Balthasar Moretus at the Plantin Press, 1645. From the Collection of Arthur & Charlotte Vershbow. Folio (386 x 246 mm). Roman types, with a little italic and Greek. Half-title. Engraved allegorical title-page after Rubens by Cornelis Galle the elder, 144 chiaroscuro woodcut portrait medallions printed in brown and black from two blocks each (plus 9 empty woodcut roundel frames for never-completed portraits), large woodcut printer's device on Ggg6r, letterpress half-title; one 10-line, two 6-line, and 156 four-line woodcut initials, 2 woodcut tail-pieces. Contemporary Netherlandish gilt-paneled and -blocked vellum, edges gilt. Minor loss along front board edge, a few small stains; some show-through of coloring on text, ink stain on L2 affecting several letters, Z4 with small loss in lower margin, but generally fine. Provenance: purchased from Michael Dawson, 1969. A reprint of Goltzius's first edition of 1557, edited and expanded by Caspar Gevartius, using new blocks. This edition adds a suite of ten medallion portraits of the Austrian emperors from Albrecht II through Ferdinand III, the Holy Roman Emperor at the time of publication. The work was published as an independent work, but also comprises the fifth volume of Goltzius's Opera omnia (Plantin, 1644-1645). The chiaroscuro woodcut medallion portraits (en camaieu) were cut by Christoffel Jegher and were largely based on coins from Goltzius's own collection. Brunet II:1653; Cicognara 2568; Graesse II:113; Judson and Van de Velde, Corpus Rubenianium 83 (p. 36); W.L Strauss, Chiaroscuro, London, 1973, p. 232.

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        Opera quae extant, omnia. Ex recensione Joh. Antonidae vander Linden.

      Amsterdam:: Johannem Blaeu, 1645., 1645. Folio. [24], 303, [14], [1 blank]; 199, [1 blank], [4]; 49, [2], [1 blank]; xxxv, [xxxvi-xxxvii], [10], xxxviii-lxxxvi, [5], [1 blank]; [4], [8], 155, [8], [1 blank] pp. Signature collation: [-]4, ?4, ??4, A-Z4, Aa-Qq4, Rr3, a-z4, aa-bb4, [-]2, AA-FF4, GG2, Aa-Dd4, Ee3, [-]4, Ff-Gg4, Hh6, Ii-Ll4, Mm2; (*4), A-K4, L4+1, M-T4, V-X2, X2 Engraved title-page, portrait of the author by Jeremiah Falck, 117 copperplates (of which 97 are from Casserio's Tabulae anatomicae by Francisco Valesio after Odoardo Fialetti, another 10 plates are after Casserio to illustrate Spiegel's De format foetu, 10 additional engravings to illustrate the treatises; light foxing throughout, but on the whole text and plates are beautifully preserved. Contemporary gilt-stamped vellum, seven raised bands, re-backed with gilt-stamped vellum spine, new end-papers, edges with contemporary gauffering for original patron. Binding tight. A FINE & BEAUTIFUL COPY. [More details on request]. FIRST EDITION. FEATURING 117 EXQUISITE COPPERPLATE ENGRAVINGS OF HUMAN ANATOMY. "This edition of Spigelius' work constitutes the most complete collection of original impressions of the eighty-seven plates from Casserius' legacy and the twenty added to them by Bucretius...Casserius' plates mark a new epoch in the history of anatomic representation, owing to the correctness of their anatomic drawing, their tasteful arrangement, and the beauty of their technical execution" (Choulant, et al. 225-6). Spieghel (Spigelius) was a Flemish botanist, anatomist, and practicing surgeon who studied under Girolamo Fabrici in Padua and succeeded Giulio Cassero (Casserius) as the chair of anatomy at that university. He published only two works during his lifetime--the Isagoge, concerning tapeworms, and febris semitertiana, on malaria. However, he left behind some important manuscripts, including his most famous anatomical work, De humani corporis fabrica (DSB, Vol. XII, 577). The Opera contains all 106 of these plates, plus a tenth one showing the hymen. It also contains 10 more plates not from the Casserius series: four from Casparo Aselli's De lactibus et lacteis venis, one from William Harvey's De motu cordis et sanguinus, three from Johannes Walaeus' De motu chyli, and two from Spigelius' De lumbrico lato, along with the full text of each additional treatise. References: Castiglioni, Arturo. A History of Medicine. New York: Jason Aronson, 1975, p. 527; Choulant, Ludwig, Mortimer Frank, History and Bibliography of Anatomic Illustration. New York: Hafner, 1962; DSB, vol. XII; Garrison, Fielding H. An Introduction to the History of Medicine. 4th ed., 1961; Garrison-Morton 381 & 5229; Hook & Norman, vol. II, no. 1987; Keynes, A Bibliography of the Writings of William Harvey, 5; Norman, Catalogue 15, item 89; Roberts, K. B., and J. D. W. Tomlinson. The Fabric of the Body: European Traditions of Anatomical Illustration. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1992; Waller 9124; Wellcome V, p. 159.

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        Religio Medici A True and Full Coppy of that which was most imperfectly and surreptitiously printed before under the Name of ^Religio Medici^

      Andrew Crooke, [London] 1645 - 1645 [third authorised edition]. Small octavo, with the integral initial blank and the engraved title page by William Marshall. Early full calf, asymmetrically panelled with double fillets in blind, expertly recased with new endpapers; the early monogram 'WA' in ink on the front board and recto of the integral initial blank, the verso of which also bears the early ownership signature of Thomas Ingram; a few leaves slightly cropped (affecting only the catchwords); mild traces of worming to the covers; a few passages highlighted with early ink manicules in the margins; trifling signs of use and age; an excellent copy in a custom-made clamshell box (with the bookplate of George Frederick Birks). For what it's worth, we quote from an obituary in the ^Sydney Morning Herald^, 7 May 1948: 'By the death in Sydney of Mr. George Frederick Birks, aged 82, Australia has lost one of the last intimate links with the ill-fated communist settlement founded by William Lane in Paraguay 55 years ago. Fred Birks, a member of one of Adelaide's best-known pioneering families, was a member of the second party which migrated to Paraguay in 1893'. This third authorised edition was published in the same year as the second. The engraved title is unchanged, but the letterpress has been reset, with minor emendations to the text. Keynes 5. Provenance: Dr Milton Roxanas (purchased in 1968 from Berkelouw Bookdealers, Sydney, with the receipt loosely inserted). Please use the 'Ask Bookseller a Question' link below to confirm availability and postage charges. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        1645 1ed Francis Bacon Augmentis Scientiarum + Novum Organum Philosophy SCIENCE

      Lugd. Batav. [i.e. Leiden] : Apud Franciscum Moyardum & Adrianum Wijngaerde., Anno 1645. First edition. - 1645 1ed Francis Bacon Augmentis Scientiarum + Novum Organum Philosophy SCIENCE “Some books should be tasted, some devoured, but only a few should be chewed and digested thoroughly.” ― Francis Bacon Francis Bacon, one of the most famous English philosophers and scientists of the Renaissance. While most of his work deals with discovery, scientific method, and the scientific revolution, he did lean strongly toward Puritanism in his personal devotion. An extremely rare printing of Bacon’s “Augmentis Scientiarum”. According to Willems, the 1662 printing is much more common, however, “There is an earlier edition of this work, no less attractive [than the 1662], it seems to be printed by G. van der Marse (not Elzevier).” Willems also notes that Elzevier printed the complete set of Bacon works that his book comes from in 1662 (Willems 1157, 6*), but that edition was taken from this 1645 printing! This book discusses the advancement of science and technology in the early 17th-century. This rare title is bound with “Novum Organum Scientiarum” a work in which Bacon details a new system of logic that he believes to be superior to old ways of thought. Willems says of this exact printing, “A well printed volume that joins Bacon and Elzevier and of which there are two previous editions [first printed in 1645]. Also, attractive copies” (Willems 1695) Beautiful full-page, engraved added title pages Item number: #1049 Price: $950 BACON, Francis Francisci Baconis de Verulamio, Vice-Comitis Sancti Albani, De dignitate & augmentis scientiarum, libri IX. : Ad regum suum. Lugd. Batav. [i.e. Leiden] : Apud Franciscum Moyardum & Adrianum Wijngaerde., Anno 1645. First edition. Details: • Collation complete with all pages: [20], 749, [69], [24], 435 • Binding: Vellum; tight & secure • References: Willems 1708, 1157; 1695 • Provenance: o Armorial Bookplate – C o Armorial Bookplate – Libera Capella Regia S. Georgii infra Castrum de Windsor  St George's Chapel is the place of worship at Windsor Castle in England, United Kingdom. It is both a royal peculiar and the chapel of the Order of the Garter. The chapel is governed by the dean and Canons of Windsor. • Language: Latin • Size: ~5in X 3in X 2.75in (13cm x 8cm x 7cm) Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 1049 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The City Alarum, or the weeke of our miscarriages, which have hitherto obstructed our proceedings, and will now retard them, if not speedily removed. Whereunto is annexed a treatise of the excise.

      London printed for Joshua Kirton 1645 - 4to, (2) + 34pp, title printed within an ornamental border and with printer's woodcut device, most leaves lightly dampstained, but a good, crisp, copy in old calf-backed marbled boards, spine lettered in gilt but nonetheless worn and chipped. First edition. Wing C.4346. Kress 677. Goldsmiths 890. Massie 623 (but another issue). Thomason I, 384. The 'Treatise of Excise> comprises only pp.28-34 but is nonetheless an interesting critical review of both 'ordinary' and 'extraordinary' taxation. Perhaps of most interest, however, is the author's presentation of the debate surrounding tax collection itself. He looks at questions of fraud and abuse, tax avoidance and tax embezzlement by private tax collectors. But he is nothing if not a pragmatist: 'Because these taxes are subject to infinite fraud and cozenage, whereby the subjects elude their payment. These deceits will be most diligently enquired into by private farmers, as reaping so much the more profit, by how much the more carefull they are to detect and avert those frauds. For men are usualy more solicitous about their private wealth, than for the common-wealth'. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Renuncia que hizo la Religion de nuestro Padre S. Francisco de todas las Doctrinas y Conversiones

      The document begins by stating the historical importance of the Order in the Evangelization of the Indians of America, claiming recognition as the spiritual pioneers in Guatemala, Florida and the Philippines, and stressing that it was their Order that first came to American shores under the command and blessing of the Spanish Crown. Then explains how due to certain Papal decrees, the General of the Franciscan Order renounces -for himself and the Franciscan Order- to their rights and properties in New Mexico, Yucatan, Zacatecas, Mexico and the Philippines, and all their work in the "Spiritual vineyards" there, in view of those apostolic briefs which had been obtained "by sinister means" for their disturbance and annoyance. He then requests the Pope to hand that property to anyone who can serve him better. The document ends with a petition to the King to make ships available to return the Franciscans to Spain, or, should they prefer it, to take them to the Philippines or Japan to continue their work. La carta comienza describiendo la importancia histórica de la Orden en la evangelización de los Indios de América, pidiendo reconocimiento como los pioneros espirituales en Guatemala, Florida y las Filipinas. Enfatiza y recuerda en que fue esta Orden la que primero llegó a las costas americanas con la aprobación de los monarcas españoles. Luego explica cómo, debido a ciertos Decretos Papales, el General de la Orden Franciscana renuncia para sí mismo y para la Orden a los derechos y propiedades en Nuevo México, Yucatán, Zacatecas, México y las Filipinas y a todo su trabajo en los "viñedos espirituales" en la región, acusando a las bulas de haber sido obtenidas por medios siniestros. Demostrando el deber de obediencia hacia el Pontífice y una humildad sin límites, le pide que entregue su propiedad a quién pueda servirle mejor. Termina pidiendo a Rey de España la disposición de navíos para el retorno de los Franciscanos a España o a las Filipinas o Japón para continuar su labor Apostólica. Medio marroquín reciente. Papel fresco y limpio, excelente ejemplar. Medina, VI, 6807 could only trace a copy from Leclerc´s catalogue. Sabin, 69641.

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        Amsterdams Dam-praetje, van wat outs en wat nieuws en wat vreemts.Amsterdam, Jan van Soest, 1649. 4to. With woodcut illustration on title-page, repeated as tailpiece. Modern half sheepskin parchment.

      Asher 263 and pp. 197-198; Borba de Moraes, p. 33; Knuttel 6477; Sabin 1351. First edition of a pamphlet criticizing the conduct of the Dutch West India Company (WIC) in Brazil, in the form of conversations between five men on Dam square in Amsterdam. It's a vehement attack on the WIC and the Dutch government concerning their strife with Portugal in Brazil. Since 1645 the Portuguese had violently resisted Dutch rule in Brazil, which depleted the treasury of the WIC. This, exacerbated by internal corruption, nearly bankrupted the WIC. The Dutch government's debate whether to financially support the WIC or not, led to many pamphlets by opponents and supporters of the government's plans. The conversation is held between two Dutchmen, a Portuguese, an Englishman and a director of the WIC. The pamphlet argues that Portugal must protect itself against Dutch privateers and that the Netherlands should not try to retake Brazil and Angola. It also urges peace, and claims the Portuguese are making efforts in the peace negotiations in contrast to the "monster" WIC.Slightly browned, with a few small spots, otherwise very good. Binding in very good condition as well.

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        Traicté des Manieres de Graver en Taille douce sur l'Airin. Par le Moyen des Eaux Fortes & des Vernix Durs & Mols. Ensemble de la façon d'en Imprimer les Planches & d'en Construire la Presse & autres choses concernans lesdits Arts

      Added engraved title, engraved dedication leaf, engraved divisional title within ornamental border, & 18 engraved plates (numbered 1-16, with plates 5 & 6 repeated, as usual), printed on 11 leaves. 5 p.l. (incl. the engraved title, dedication leaf, & divisional title), 75 pp. 8vo, 19th-cent. green morocco signed "Trautz-Bauzonnet," dentelles gilt, spine lettered in gilt, a.e.g Paris: Bosse, 1645. First edition of the first work published on engraving and etching and the printing of intaglio plates. Written for professional engravers, this book is of great importance for historians of art and remained the standard work in the field for more than 100 years. Bosse (1602-76), was himself a prolific and celebrated engraver and the author of several other books on the art of painting and perspective. The chapters are devoted to the preparation of the plates, the varnishes, the practical techniques of engraving or etching, and the use of the printing press. Each process is illustrated by Bosse's fine technical plates. Fine copy in a slipcase. ❧ Bigmore & Wyman, I, p. 72. En Français dans le Texte, 92.

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        Two ordinances of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: for the speedie demolishing of all organs, images, and all manner of superstitious monuments in all Cathedrall, Parish-Churches and Chappels thorowout the Kingdome of England and Dominion of Wales: the better to accomplish the blessed Reformation so happily begun, and to remove all offences and things illegall in the worship of God.

      London, John Wright. 1645. 4to., 8pp., title printed within border of type ornaments, generally a very good large copy with good margins, well bound in late 19th century red quarter morocco over marbled boards, spine gilt lettered, by Palmer & Howe of Manchester.> First edition. These were draconian Ordinances inspired by the enthusiastic Puritan elements in Parliament who regarded 'organs, images, and all manner of superstitious monuments' as Satanic symbols of Roman Catholicism. The first Ordinance of 28 August 1643 was an Ordinance 'for the utter demolishing, removing, and taking away of all monuments of superstition or idolatry'. The second, dated 9 May 1644, was an Ordinance 'for the further demolishing of monuments of idolatry and superstition'. They were licences to wreak havoc in English parish churches and, as a consequence, organs, stone altars, 'tapers, candlesticks and basons', crucifixes and crosses, 'images and pictures of any one or more persons of the Trinity, as of the Virgin Mary, and all other images and pictures of saints', were all to be defaced or removed.

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        Amsterdams Dam-praetje, van wat outs en wat nieuws en wat vreemts.Amsterdam, Jan van Soest, 1649. 4to. With woodcut illustration on title-page, repeated as tailpiece. Modern half sheepskin parchment.

      Asher 263 and pp. 197-198; Borba de Moraes, p. 33; Knuttel 6477; Sabin 1351. First edition of a pamphlet criticizing the conduct of the Dutch West India Company (WIC) in Brazil, in the form of conversations between five men on Dam square in Amsterdam. It's a vehement attack on the WIC and the Dutch government concerning their strife with Portugal in Brazil. Since 1645 the Portuguese had violently resisted Dutch rule in Brazil, which depleted the treasury of the WIC. This, exacerbated by internal corruption, nearly bankrupted the WIC. The Dutch government's debate whether to financially support the WIC or not, led to many pamphlets by opponents and supporters of the government's plans. The conversation is held between two Dutchmen, a Portuguese, an Englishman and a director of the WIC. The pamphlet argues that Portugal must protect itself against Dutch privateers and that the Netherlands should not try to retake Brazil and Angola. It also urges peace, and claims the Portuguese are making efforts in the peace negotiations in contrast to the "monster" WIC.Slightly browned, with a few small spots, otherwise very good. Binding in very good condition as well.

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        Gesamtansicht, darunter Erklärungen.

      - Kupferstich v. Merian, 1645, 18 x 34,5

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        Lucii Cornelii Europaei monarchia solipsorum. Advirum clarissimum Leonem Allatium. [Amsterdam: Elzevier], 1648. [Bound with] Regnum et regia Plutonis. Sive de Inferni et inferorum laudibus. Dissertatio festiva. Auctore. Vincentio Mussa.

      Hardcover. Small 12mo. Two books bound together. Full contemporary vellum. 1.) J-C. Scoti, Monarchia solipsorum. Second Edition. pp. 158, [4]. First printed in Venice, 1645. This second edition was printed by Elzevier. Pages are generally clean. A bibliographical note (listing several references) and an old ownership inscription - "ex bibliotheca Kripperdorfia" - are written in old hand on the front blank. The Monarchia solipsorum is bitter satire written against the Jesuits which, in its day, caused quite a sensation. The author describes a secret society of "Solipsen" (those who wish to govern entirely) understood to mean the Jesuits. The supposed laws, secret instructions and clandestine operations of the organization are discussed. The author's name is given as Lucius Cornelius Europaeus which is a pseudonym. Authorship is usually attributed to an ex-Jesuit named Jules Clement Scoti. Some, however, believe Melchior Inchofer (who's name appeared on a later edition) is the true author. The book also contains a dedication to the Greek scholar Leo Allatius by Timotheus Cursantius. [Willems 1648; Berghman 1535; Querard, Les Supercheries 789; Caillet 10067 - listing the French translation and the 1645 edition]. 2.) Vincentio Mussa, Regnum et regia Plutonis. Frankfort: Johannis Berner, 1646. First Edition. pp. 174. LACKS frontispiece. Small piece missing from fore-edge margin of title page - neatly repaired with paper contemporary to the book. Pages are generally clean. An essay written in praise of Hell. Only edition. Uncommon. [Rosenthal 2241; Graesse Bibl. Magica, p. 8; VD17 39:115241D; ]

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        Amsterdams Dam-praetje, van wat outs en wat nieuws en wat vreemts.Amsterdam, Jan van Soest, 1649. 4to. With woodcut illustration on title-page, repeated as tailpiece. Modern half sheepskin parchment.

      - Asher 263 and pp. 197-198; Borba de Moraes, p. 33; Knuttel 6477; Sabin 1351. First edition of a pamphlet criticizing the conduct of the Dutch West India Company (WIC) in Brazil, in the form of conversations between five men on Dam square in Amsterdam. It's a vehement attack on the WIC and the Dutch government concerning their strife with Portugal in Brazil. Since 1645 the Portuguese had violently resisted Dutch rule in Brazil, which depleted the treasury of the WIC. This, exacerbated by internal corruption, nearly bankrupted the WIC. The Dutch government's debate whether to financially support the WIC or not, led to many pamphlets by opponents and supporters of the government's plans. The conversation is held between two Dutchmen, a Portuguese, an Englishman and a director of the WIC. The pamphlet argues that Portugal must protect itself against Dutch privateers and that the Netherlands should not try to retake Brazil and Angola. It also urges peace, and claims the Portuguese are making efforts in the peace negotiations in contrast to the "monster" WIC.Slightly browned, with a few small spots, otherwise very good. Binding in very good condition as well. [Attributes: First Edition]

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