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2017-05-18 09:12:13
Johannes Blaeu
[Amsterdam: Johannes Blaeu, c.1645], from the 'Atlas Novus', Latin text on verso. A HIGHLY ELEGANT MAP OF PART OF THE COURSE OF THE RIVER RHINE, BY THE MOST CELEBRATED MAPMAKER OF THE ERA, IN EXCELLENT CONDITION, WITH THE MOST RESPLENDENT ORIGINAL HAND-COLORING. Dimensions: 20 x 23.5 inches (510 x 600 mm), on a full, untrimmed sheet, as originally issued. This captivating tableau employs two separate cartographic panels to depict part of the course of the River Rhine, from just above the city of Wesel in the Duchy of Cleves, in modern Germany, downstream to the town of Gorinchem (Gorkum) in southern Holland. In this region, the Rhine divides into two channels, the Waal and the Lek, while its waters are joined by the River Meuse from the south. From Wesel, the river shortly enters the Dutch province of Gelderland, and on it various channels are the notable cities of Arnhem, Nijmegen and Culembourg. The upper panel features a highly attractive titular cartouche, while to the right the map is adorned with the image of a farmer guiding two horses. At the time that this map was printed the Blaeu family firm was the most celebrated and successful publisher of maps, atlases and globes in the World. The products of their Amsterdam workshop were universally admired for the elegance of their Baroque artistry, their progressive geography, and the magnificent quality of their engraving, hand-coloring and overall presentation. It was therefore no surprise that the Blaeu family's maps and atlases occupied the pride of place in princely collections, and were conveyed as diplomatic gifts a … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-05-18 09:12:13
Johannes Blaeu
[Amsterdam: Johannes Blaeu, c.1645], from the 'Atlas Novus', Latin text on verso. A MAGNIFICENT MAP OF LOUVAIN REGION OF BELGIUM, BY THE MOST CELEBRATED MAPMAKER OF THE ERA, IN EXCELLENT CONDITION, WITH THE MOST RESPLENDANT ORIGINAL HAND-COLORING. Dimensions: 20 x 23.5 inches (510 x 600 mm), on a full, untrimmed sheet, as originally issued. This elegant map features a large section of eastern Brabant, in modern Belgium. The region's largest town, Louvain (Leuven in Flemish) is home to the Catholic University of Louvain. Founded in 1425, it is the oldest institution of higher education in the Low Countries. Blaeu wrote admiringly that "Louvain is a very ancient town and boasts a castle of impressive age - built, according to the inhabitants, by Julius Caesar...The interior measurement of the walls is six Italian miles and to walk the circuit of them takes at least two hours. There are large meadows within its walls, fine vines and spacious gardens full of fruit trees". In the lower-right corner of the map is a lovely title cartouche surrounded by the arms of the region's ten towns: Louvain (on the top), on the left: Tienen, Gembloux, Halen, Jodoigne and Landen; and on the right: Zoutleeuw, Diest, Zichem, Hannut.At the time that this map was printed the Blaeu family firm was the most celebrated and successful publisher of maps, atlases and globes in the World. The products of their Amsterdam workshop were universally admired for the elegance of their Baroque artistry, their progressive geography, and the magnificent quality of their engraving, hand-coloring and overall presen … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-05-18 09:12:13
Johannes Blaeu
Amsterdam 1645 - [Amsterdam: Johannes Blaeu, c.1645], from the ‘Atlas Novus’, Latin text on verso. A MAGNIFICENT MAP OF THE HISTORICAL ELECTORATE OF TRIER, IN MODERN GERMANY, BY THE MOST CELEBRATED MAPMAKER OF THE ERA, IN EXCELLENT CONDITION, WITH THE MOST RESPLENDANT ORIGINAL HAND-COLORING. Dimensions: 20 x 23.5 inches (510 x 600 mm), on a full, untrimmed sheet, as originally issued. The Archbishopric, or Electorate, of Trier (Kurfürstentum Trier) was an ancient and highly influentail member of the Holy Roman Empire. Ruled by a prince-bishop it was centered on the Moselle River, which flowed from France through the Electorate until it joined the Rhine at Coblenz. The captial, located in the southwest, was one of the most ancient of German cities, having been founded by the Romans as Augusta Treverorum. This highly elegant map is graced by a beautiful titular cartouche accompanied by the figure of the Prince-Bishop, or Elector of Trier, wearing his brilliant ermine-lined chapeau and robe.By the time this map was published, Johannes Blaeu was already the most famous and successful cartographer and geographical publisher in the world. Building on the legacy of his late father, Willem Blaeu (1571-1638), the maps, atlases and globes produced at his Amsterdam workshop were universally admired for the great artistic mastery of the Baroque artistic style, their unparalleled geographic progressiveness, and the magnificent quality of the engraving, hand-coloring and overall presentation. It was therefore no surprise that the Blaeu family’s maps and atlases occupied th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco
2017-05-18 09:12:13
Johannes Blaeu
Amsterdam 1645 - [Amsterdam: Johannes Blaeu, c.1645], from the ‘Atlas Novus’, Latin text on verso. A VERY ELEGANT MAP OF FLANDERS AND ZEELAND, BY THE MOST CELEBRATED MAPMAKER OF THE ERA, IN EXCELLENT CONDITION, WITH THE MOST RESPLENDANT ORIGINAL HAND-COLORING. Dimensions: 20 x 23.5 inches (510 x 600 mm), on a full, untrimmed sheet, as originally issued. This magnificent map depicts the historical counties of Flanders and Zeeland. Flanders, containing the great cites of Brugges, Lille and Ghent was one of the leading centres of culture and commerce in Europe throughout the middle ages, long famed for its textile industry. Various wars had seen the county divided between France and the Spanish Netherlands (modern Belgium), while it northern extremity was held by the Dutch Republic. To the north, lies the Dutch province of Zeeland, comprised entirely of islands, during the seventeenth-century it was home to some of the world’s greatest mariners, who played a major role in global trade through their support of the Dutch East India Company (the VOC).By the time this map was published, Johannes Blaeu was already the most famous and successful cartographer and geographical publisher in the world. Building on the legacy of his late father, Willem Blaeu (1571-1638), the maps, atlases and globes produced at his Amsterdam workshop were universally admired for the great artistic mastery of the Baroque artistic style, their unparalleled geographic progressiveness, and the magnificent quality of the engraving, hand-coloring and overall presentation. It was therefore no sur … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco
2017-05-18 09:12:13
Johannes Blaeu
Amsterdam 1645 - [Amsterdam: Johannes Blaeu, c.1645], from the ‘Atlas Novus’, Latin text on verso. A HIGHLY ELEGANT MAP OF PART OF THE COURSE OF THE RIVER RHINE, BY THE MOST CELEBRATED MAPMAKER OF THE ERA, IN EXCELLENT CONDITION, WITH THE MOST RESPLENDENT ORIGINAL HAND-COLORING. Dimensions: 20 x 23.5 inches (510 x 600 mm), on a full, untrimmed sheet, as originally issued. This captivating tableau employs two separate cartographic panels to depict part of the course of the River Rhine, from just above the city of Wesel in the Duchy of Cleves, in modern Germany, downstream to the town of Gorinchem (Gorkum) in southern Holland. In this region, the Rhine divides into two channels, the Waal and the Lek, while its waters are joined by the River Meuse from the south. From Wesel, the river shortly enters the Dutch province of Gelderland, and on it various channels are the notable cities of Arnhem, Nijmegen and Culembourg. The upper panel features a highly attractive titular cartouche, while to the right the map is adorned with the image of a farmer guiding two horses. At the time that this map was printed the Blaeu family firm was the most celebrated and successful publisher of maps, atlases and globes in the World. The products of their Amsterdam workshop were universally admired for the elegance of their Baroque artistry, their progressive geography, and the magnificent quality of their engraving, hand-coloring and overall presentation. It was therefore no surprise that the Blaeu family’s maps and atlases occupied the pride of place in princely collections, and wer … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco
2017-05-18 07:15:57
Hammond, Henry]
Printed by Henry Hall, Printer to the Universitie, Oxford, 1645. [2],38pp. Small quarto. Extracted from pamphlet volume. Oxford device on title-page. Considerable tanning at fore and bottom edges, else a good copy, First edition. Henry Hammond (1605-1660) was an eminent divine, prolific writer, biblical scholar, close friend of Richard Allestree, and Chaplain to Charles I. ESTC R200266. MADAN, 1809. WING H547. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature, ABAA [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2017-05-16 15:52:05
BLAEU, Joan. Introduction by R.V. Tooley.
London: Thames & Hudson. nd. Facsimile reprint of maps published by John Blaeu between 1645 and 1654. #378 of 500 copies. Elephant folio. Unpaginated, 115 maps of which 5 are coloured and Blaeu's title-page in colour. Half red morocco and cloth, spine lettered in gilt; a fine clean copy. With the slipcase (a few light surface marks). ISBN 050024071X .
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2017-05-16 08:31:44
PETRONIUS ARBITER
Leiden: Justus Livius, 1645, 1645. Later edition of Jean Bouirdelot's 1618 translation of Satyricon. Very nice copy.. Small 12mo, near contemporary vellum, a.e. stained red. Old stock-number of bookseller William P. Wreden on the front blank.
Bookseller: The Brick Row Book Shop
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2017-05-16 02:12:05
iani nicii erythraei giovanni vittorio rossi
APUD IODOCUM KALCOVIUM. In 16. Dim. 16x10,5 cm. Pp. (4)+209+(2). Prima edizione del 1645 di questa rara opera scritta da Giano Nicio Eritreo pseudonimo di Giovanni Vittorio Rossi (1577-1647) poeta filologo e storico. Rossi compì i suoi studi presso i gesuiti al Collegio Romano dove si distinse per l'ottima padronanza del latino. Si laureò in legge alla Sapienza di Roma e nel 1603 divenne membro dell'Accademia degli Umoristi. Dopo un breve periodo di professione legale, Rossi si ritirò nella sua piccola casa al Gianicolo che divenne un luogo di ritrovo per Alessandro Tassoni, Giovanni Ciampoli, Leone Allacci, Gabriel Naudè e Fabio Chigi (1599-1667) il futuro Alessandro VII cge occuperà il suolo pontificio dal 1655 al 1667. L'opera contiene una serie di lettere indirizzate dall'autore a Fabio Chigi (Tyrrhenum). Luogo di stampa ed editore falsi, in realtà il volume è stato stampato ad Amsterdam presso Joan Blaeu (cfr. Parenti). Bellissima marca editoriale al frontespizio.ì Ritratto dell'autore inciso. Collazionato e risultato compelto. Bella legatura in piena pergamena settecentesca con titolo manoscritto al dorso. Antica nota manoscritta al contropiatto "22 Agosto 1764 Baiocchi 20 raro" a confermare la rarità del volume. Tagli blu. Copertina in piena pergamena della prima metà del XVIII secolo con titolo manoscritto al dorso in buone condizioni generali con usure e parti mancanti ai margini e dorso. Legatura in discrete condizioni. Corpo del libro quasi totalmente staccato dalla legatura. All'interno le pagine si presentano in ottime condizioni con rare fioriture. First editi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: sephoralibri [IT]
2017-05-15 18:49:10
Pasquali, Carlo
Amsterdam Elzevier. 1 (weißes) Blatt, 7 Blätter (incl. je einem gestochenen und einem typographischen Titel), 1 (weißes) Blatt, 543 Seiten, 9 Blätter (Inhalt), 2 (weiße) Blätter. Mit fünf durchgezogenen Pergamentstreifen gehefteter Pergamentband der Zeit, mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel. (12,7 x 8,3 cm, bzw. 12,4 x 7,1 cm; Buchblock: 3,3 cm) 12°. Sallengre S. 183. De la Faye S. 43. Pieters 63 auf S. 251 ("8 ff. prélim. dont un blanc, y compris les deux titres, 543 pp. de texte et 18 pp. non chiffrées pour l'index."). Willems 1032 ("Réimpression d'un traité de C. Pasquali, paru pour la première fois à Rouen, 1598, in-8, puis à Paris, ex offic. Plantiniana, 1613, in-4."). Minzloff S. 164. Winterthur 791. Vergl. Brunet V, col. 1733. Goldsmid III, 12. Rahir 1032. Berghman 501. Socoloff I A 436 und Suppl. 20, sowie "Dernières acquisitions" 5. Copinger 3504. Broman 283 + 284. Roggebibliotekets S. 21. Motteley (1824) 468. Costabili 2127. Karl & Faber 30, 533 - 535 [534 + 535 fehlt jeweils das Frontispiz !]. Leuchtenberg 1198. Lengfeld 335. Lengertz 550 u. 551. Thulins 148, 353. Phiebig 354 [nicht näher beschriebener Bestandteil eines Konvolutes]. EHC 12.1645.Pas.00 + 01. Weddigen 090. Der typographische Titel lautet: "LEGATUS. OPUS CAROLI PASCHALII, REGIS IN SACRO CONSISTORIO CONSILIARII, ET APUD Rhaetos Legati. [Druckermarke "Minerva", Rahir "M. 15"] AMSTELODAMI, Apud Ludovicum Elzevirium, MDCXLV." Der Pergamentband mit Alters- und Gebrauchsspuren, angeschmutzt, etwas berieben und bestoßen, Fehlstellen am oberen Kapital und an der Oberkante des hinteren Deckels, der Rückentitel … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Heinrich Heine Antiquariat oHG [Düsseldorf, NRW, Germany]
2017-05-15 18:14:06
Zunft der Färber in Wasserburg
Wasserburg, Zunft der Färber, 1645 ca. 30 (H) x 20 cm. Handschrift in Tinte mit 10 Blatt, mit Heftfaden verbunden, wobei erstes und letztes Blatt mit den Außenseiten in ein beidseitig beschriebenes Original-Antiphonar-Blatt als Umschlag (quer) einmontiert wurde Der Titel "Schwarzfärber" wurde oben auf dem ehemaligen freien seitlichen Längsstreifen des Antiphonarblattes geschrieben. Sie erstreckt sich über 12 Seiten, das letzte Blatt beibt leer. Die Handschrift in Tinte beginnt mit dem kalligraphisch geschriebenen Titel und beinhaltet 30 numerisch sowie in Worten gezählte Artikel. Sie endet mit einem papiergedeckten Blindprägesiegel mit Wasserburger Wappen (Löwe in Schild) und der Jahresangabe "sechs fünff und vierzigsten Jahre". - Antiphonarblatt stärker angestaubt, untere Ecken geknickt bzw. eselsohrig Bindung stärker gelockert, tls aus dem Anklebevorsatz gelöst die Ränder der Handschrift etwas griffspurig, an unteren Ecken eselsohrig, Inhalt tls etwas braunfleckig die Tinte auf einigen Seiten etwas stärker verblaßt (aber noch gut lesbar) 3 seitliche Anstreichungen in Rötel, eine spätere kleine Rechenkritzelei zwischen 2 Artikeln eine kleine Lacksiegelspur im Text das Prägesiegel noch sehr gut erhalten: Die Handschrift weist einen durchgängigen mittigen Längsknick auf und war wohl zeitweise gefaltet.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Faust2000 [Germany]
2017-05-15 18:14:06
Zunft der Färber in Wasserburg:
Wasserburg, Zunft der Färber, 1645; ca. 30 (H) x 20 cm. Handschrift in Tinte mit 10 Blatt, mit Heftfaden verbunden, wobei erstes und letztes Blatt mit den Außenseiten in ein beidseitig beschriebenes Original-Antiphonar-Blatt als Umschlag (quer) einmontiert wurde; Der Titel "Schwarzfärber" wurde oben auf dem ehemaligen freien seitlichen Längsstreifen des Antiphonarblattes geschrieben. Sie erstreckt sich über 12 Seiten, das letzte Blatt beibt leer. Die Handschrift in Tinte beginnt mit dem kalligraphisch geschriebenen Titel und beinhaltet 30 numerisch sowie in Worten gezählte Artikel. Sie endet mit einem papiergedeckten Blindprägesiegel mit Wasserburger Wappen (Löwe in Schild) und der Jahresangabe "sechs fünff und vierzigsten Jahre". - Antiphonarblatt stärker angestaubt, untere Ecken geknickt bzw. eselsohrig; Bindung stärker gelockert, tls aus dem Anklebevorsatz gelöst; die Ränder der Handschrift etwas griffspurig, an unteren Ecken eselsohrig, Inhalt tls etwas braunfleckig; die Tinte auf einigen Seiten etwas stärker verblaßt (aber noch gut lesbar); 3 seitliche Anstreichungen in Rötel, eine spätere kleine Rechenkritzelei zwischen 2 Artikeln; eine kleine Lacksiegelspur im Text; das Prägesiegel noch sehr gut erhalten: Die Handschrift weist einen durchgängigen mittigen Längsknick auf und war wohl zeitweise gefaltet. [Attributes: Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Harald Holder [Kempten, Germany]
2017-05-15 16:51:47
- Kupferstich von Merian, 1645, 20,5 x 67,5 cm (von 2 Platten gedruckt). Fauser 15700. - Die dekorative Ansicht im Ganzen leicht gebräunt. Gerahmt.
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2017-05-14 15:43:18
Blaeu, Johannes
Amsterdam Blaeu Joan 1645 - "Vectis Insula. Anglice The Ise of Wight". Orig. copper-engraving, J. Blaeu, Amsterdam, 1645. Orig. old colouring. With decorative title-cartouche with the English coat of arms, ornamentla cartouche with the scale of map ("Quatuor Milliaria Anglica ."), many ships and 4 family coats of arms. 39:50,5 cm (15 1/4 x 20 inch.). Koeman II, Map 5740:2, ed. 2:331 (1645-48 German). - A very decorative map of the Isle of Wight in the South of England.
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2017-05-14 15:43:18
Blaeu, Johannes
Amsterdam Blaeu Joan 1645 - Isle of Wight (Great Britain). "Vectis Insula. Anglice The Ise of Wight". Orig. copper-engraving, J. Blaeu, Amsterdam, 1645. Orig. old colouring. With decorative title-cartouche with the English coat of arms, ornamentla cartouche with the scale of map ("Quatuor Milliaria Anglica ."), many ships and 4 family coats of arms. 39:50,5 cm (15 1/4 x 20 inch.). Koeman II, Map 5740:2, ed. 2:331 (1645-48 German). - A very decorative map of the Isle of Wight in the South of England.
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2017-05-13 15:56:58
Lilly, William.
Original Edition (NOT a Reprint). London, John Partridge and Humphrey Blunden, 1645. Octavo. (8), 54, (1) pages. Hardcover / 18th century full calf with gilt lettering to spine. Pastedowns and endpapers fragile and stained with traces of (dried) mold. Bookblock in good condition with all woodcuts present. Slightly fingerstained. Very Rare ! William Lilly (11 May [O.S. 1 May] 1602 – 9 June 1681) has been described as "the most abused as well as the most celebrated astrologer of the seventeenth century". Born the son of a yeoman farmer in Leicestershire, Lilly travelled to London as a youth to take up a servant's position. Seven years later he secured his fortune by marrying his former master's widow, allowing him the leisure to study astrology. In 1644, during the English Civil War, he published the first of many popular astrological texts,and in 1647 he published Christian Astrology, a huge compendium of astrological technique. This was the first of its kind to be printed in the English language rather than Latin, and is said to have tutored "a nation in crisis in the language of the stars". By 1659, Lilly's fame was widely acknowledged and his annual almanac was achieving sales of around 30,000 copies a year.nnLilly's autobiography, published towards the end of his life in 1681, at the request of his patron Elias Ashmole, gives candid accounts of the political events of his era, and biographical details of contemporaries that are unavailable elsewhere. It was described, in the late 18th century, as "one of the most entertaining narratives in our language", in particular … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Time Traveller's Bookshop
2017-05-13 15:56:40
Lilly, William.
London, John Partridge and Humphrey Blunden. 1645 - Original Edition (NOT a Reprint). Octavo. (8), 54, (1) pages. Hardcover / 18th century full calf with gilt lettering to spine. Pastedowns and endpapers fragile and stained with traces of (dried) mold. Bookblock in good condition with all woodcuts present. Slightly fingerstained. Very Rare ! William Lilly (11 May [O.S. 1 May] 1602 – 9 June 1681) has been described as "the most abused as well as the most celebrated astrologer of the seventeenth century". Born the son of a yeoman farmer in Leicestershire, Lilly travelled to London as a youth to take up a servant's position. Seven years later he secured his fortune by marrying his former master's widow, allowing him the leisure to study astrology. In 1644, during the English Civil War, he published the first of many popular astrological texts,and in 1647 he published Christian Astrology, a huge compendium of astrological technique. This was the first of its kind to be printed in the English language rather than Latin, and is said to have tutored "a nation in crisis in the language of the stars". By 1659, Lilly's fame was widely acknowledged and his annual almanac was achieving sales of around 30,000 copies a year. Lilly's autobiography, published towards the end of his life in 1681, at the request of his patron Elias Ashmole, gives candid accounts of the political events of his era, and biographical details of contemporaries that are unavailable elsewhere. It was described, in the late 18th century, as "one of the most entertaining narratives in our language", in particul … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-05-13 15:56:40
Lilly, William.
London: John Partridge and Humphrey Blunden. Original Edition (NOT a Reprint).. Pastedowns and endpapers fragile and stained with traces of (dried) mold. Bookblock in good condition with all woodcuts present. Slightly fingerstained. Very Rare !. Original Edition (NOT a Reprint). London, John Partridge and Humphrey Blunden, 1645. Octavo. (8), 54, (1) pages. Hardcover / 18th century full calf with gilt lettering to spine. Pastedowns and endpapers fragile and stained with traces of (dried) mold. Bookblock in good condition with all woodcuts present. Slightly fingerstained. Very Rare ! William Lilly (11 May [O.S. 1 May] 1602 – 9 June 1681) has been described as "the most abused as well as the most celebrated astrologer of the seventeenth century". Born the son of a yeoman farmer in Leicestershire, Lilly travelled to London as a youth to take up a servant's position. Seven years later he secured his fortune by marrying his former master's widow, allowing him the leisure to study astrology. In 1644, during the English Civil War, he published the first of many popular astrological texts,and in 1647 he published Christian Astrology, a huge compendium of astrological technique. This was the first of its kind to be printed in the English language rather than Latin, and is said to have tutored "a nation in crisis in the language of the stars". By 1659, Lilly's fame was widely acknowledged and his annual almanac was achieving sales of around 30,000 copies a year. Lilly's autobiography, published towards the end of his life in 1681, at the request of his patron Elias Ashmole, gives cand … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-05-13 15:56:40
Lilly, William.
London: Printed fro Humfrey Blunden, dwelling at the sign of the Castle in Corn-hill. Original Edition (NOT a Reprint).. Overall very good. Wormholes professionally repaired. Slightly fingerstained. From the library of William Charles de Meuron - Earl Fitzwilliam (with his bookplate to the pastedown). Extremely Rare !. Original Edition (NOT a Reprint). London, Printed fro Humfrey Blunden, dwelling at the sign of the Castle in Corn-hill, 1645. Octavo. (8), 119, (1) pages plus 20 Emblemata illustrations to the rear. The papge with the first illustration present but blind (printer mistake). Hardcover / 18th century full calf with rebacked 20th century spine (gilt lettering to spine). Overall very good. Wormholes professionally repaired. Slightly fingerstained. From the library of William Charles de Meuron - Earl Fitzwilliam (with his bookplate to the pastedown). Extremely Rare ! William Lilly (11 May [O.S. 1 May] 1602 – 9 June 1681) has been described as "the most abused as well as the most celebrated astrologer of the seventeenth century". Born the son of a yeoman farmer in Leicestershire, Lilly travelled to London as a youth to take up a servant's position. Seven years later he secured his fortune by marrying his former master's widow, allowing him the leisure to study astrology. In 1644, during the English Civil War, he published the first of many popular astrological texts,and in 1647 he published Christian Astrology, a huge compendium of astrological technique. This was the first of its kind to be printed in the English language rather than Latin, and is said to have tuto … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-05-13 06:39:40
Lubinus, Eilhard (Eilhard Lübben oder Eilert Lübben)
Apud Guiljelmum Blaeuw (Willem Janszoon Blaeu) Amsterdami (Amsterdam) altkolorierte Kupferstichkarte aus dem Atlas Major (Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, sive Atlas Novus in quo Tabulæ et Descriptiones Omnium Regionum, Editæ a Guiljel et Ioanne Blaeu) von Wilh. Blaeu, Amsterdam, 1645; dargestellt sind Insel und Herzogtum Rügen, sowie die gegenüberliegende Küste Pommerns mit Stralsund, Greifswald u. Wolgast; rechter und linker Rand mit je 15 Wappen rügenscher Städte, Orte u. Gemeinden, Titelkartusche unten links; Rhyiner 11399; Blattgröße ca. 40 x 53 cm, Rahmengröße 55 x65 cm; unscheinbare Mittelfalz, unbedeutende Quetschfalte im Bild; hinter Glas gerahmt mit goldfarbenen Leisten, diese mit Randläsuren Gut Versand D: 5,50 EUR Lubino Lubbin Rvgia Jodocus Hondius Rygen
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Rainer Kocherscheidt
2017-05-13 06:39:40
Lubinus, Eilhard (Eilhard Lübben oder Eilert Lübben)
Kupferstich altkolorierte Kupferstichkarte aus dem Atlas Major (Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, sive Atlas Novus in quo Tabulæ et Descriptiones Omnium Regionum, Editæ a Guiljel et Ioanne Blaeu) von Wilh. Blaeu, Amsterdam, 1645 dargestellt sind Insel und Herzogtum Rügen, sowie die gegenüberliegende Küste Pommerns mit Stralsund, Greifswald u. Wolgast rechter und linker Rand mit je 15 Wappen rügenscher Städte, Orte u. Gemeinden, Titelkartusche unten links Rhyiner 11399 Blattgröße ca. 40 x 53 cm, Rahmengröße 55 x65 cm unscheinbare Mittelfalz, unbedeutende Quetschfalte im Bild hinter Glas gerahmt mit goldfarbenen Leisten, diese mit Randläsuren
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Rainer Kocherscheidt
2017-05-12 12:52:35
1645 - Exhibens varia variorum autorum scripta, non tam lectu jucunda et jocosa; amoena et amanda, quam lectu vere digna et utilia, multisve moralibus ad mores seculi nostri accomodata, illustrata et adornata. Pathopoli (Leiden) 1645. Apud Gelastinum Severum (Philippe de Croy). (13 x 7,5 cm), s. [4], 666, frontispis w miedziorycie, inicjały i winiety w drzeworycie, opr. brązowa sk. Brzegi kart barwione. Niew. ślady zabrudz., ślady kornika. Otarcia i niew. ubytki opr. przy narożnikach. Grzbiet 5-cio polowy ze złoc. ornamentami i czerwonym szyldzikiem. Praca stanowi zbiór dowcipnych i humorystycznych pism. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antykwariat Wójtowicz [Poland]
2017-05-11 15:49:58
GRANDAMI Jacques
La Fleche: George Griveau, 1645. FIRST EDITION. With 7 plates and 24 text engravings, woodcut initials and headpieces. Contemporary vellum, light stains on covers, title written on spine; library stamps on the first few leaves, staining and browning to last few signatures. Early book-plate on the fly-leaf. First and only edition of a fascinating work on magnetism, notable not only for the author's anti-Copernican and anti-Galilean views, but also as a history of the magnet. Grandami uses his own theories about terrestrial magnetism in an attempt to prove the immobility of the earth. "No magnetic body rotates around its poles; the earth possesses magnetic properties as shown by Gilbert, therefore it does not turn around its poles - a denial of the rotation of the earth" (Wheeler Gift Catalogue, 122). "The character of terrestrial immobility is derived from God's eternity, for magnetic force is essentially the power of God's hand." He goes on to describes an experiment that illustrates the behavior of a spherical loadstone which he interpreted as proof of the earth's immobility. The experiment shows that if the loadstone was placed with its axis perpendicular with respect to the horizon, a certain point of its equator would naturally turn towards the pole of the world. The lovely engravings that accompany the text depict charming cherubs and angels busy demonstrating the attraction of magnetic bodies and the theory of magnetism in general. Grandami (1588-1672), a French Jesuit physicist and astronomer, was dean of the college at La Flèche, where Descartes was schooled and th … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-05-11 14:51:56
PLAUTE
First Edition. Illustrated with a beautiful title frontispiece. This edition is distinguished by a learned and studied typography, text is in italics and footnotes pages.Full time Velin flap. Smooth back. Label title added in cap and partially peeled off. Good condition overall. Copy fresh.Edition prepared by Marc Zuerius Boxhornius (1612-1653), celebrated critic and Dutch scholar who was a professor of eloquence to 19 years in Leiden and was succeeded by Daniel Heinsius to the chair of history.Beautiful and interesting edition in Hacke in Leiden. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Apud Franciscum Hackum Lugduni Batavorum (Leyde) 1645 Fort in-8 (11,5x19,5cm) (12) 1136pp. (48) relié
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [France]
2017-05-11 14:47:40
Plautus, Titus Maccius und Marcus Zuerius Boxhorn (Ed.).
Lugd. Batavorum, Apud Francium Hackium (Leiden, Hacker), 1645. Gestochenes Titelblatt [16], 1136, [48] S. 8° Etwas späterer Halbpergamenteinband mit Buntpapierbezug auf den Deckeln und handschriftlichem Rückentitel und blind punziertem Farbschnitt. Ebert, 17199; Schweiger II, 2, 766; Die gesuchte und angesehene Boxhorn-Ausgabe (Marcus Zuërius van Boxhorn (auch Marcus Suerius Boxhorn; * 28. August 1612 oder 1602 in Bergen op Zoom; † 3. Oktober 1653 in Leiden) in wohlerhaltenem Exemplar. Versand D: 2,00 EUR
Bookseller: Antiquariat Michael Solder
2017-05-11 14:35:16
HUGO Herman
P. I. Paets, 1645. In 24, pp. (20) + 434 + (3) + (1b). Firma di possesso al front. Legatura settecentesca in p. pg. Versione ridotta della Pia Desideria di Hugo nella traduzione fiamminga arricchita da bellissime xilografie n.t. realizzate di Christophe van Sichem (la prima edizione della trad. fiamminga di Justus de Hardvyn usci' nel 1629). 'Emblematica. An interdisciplinary journal of Emblem Studies', vol. 6, p. 360. Landwehr, 'Dutch emblem books. A bibliography', p. 33. DEU
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Coenobium
2017-05-11 14:35:16
HUGO Herman
P. I. Paets, (Amsterdam), 1645. In 24, pp. (20) + 434 + (3) + (1b). Firma di possesso al front. Legatura settecentesca in p. pg. Versione ridotta della Pia Desideria di HugoÂnella traduzione fiammingaÂarricchita da bellissime xilografie n.t. realizzate di Christophe van Sichem (la prima edizione della trad. fiamminga di Justus de Hardvyn usci' nel 1629). 'Emblematica. An interdisciplinary journal of Emblem Studies', vol. 6, p. 360. Landwehr, 'Dutch emblem books.ÂA bibliography', p. 33. DEU
Bookseller: Coenobium Libreria antiquaria [Asti, Italy]
2017-05-11 10:48:30
SALAZAR, Licenciado Gerónimo Silvestre de.
1645. Sin lugar de impresión, impresor, ni año, pero: Madrid, hacia 1645. Folio,; 40 hojas numeradas. Con la firma autógrafa, al final, de Licenciado Gerónimo Silvestre de Salazar. Pérdidas de algunas letras de las notas marginales manuscritas, debido a crudelísima guillotinación. Cubiertas mudas en cartulina. Un Pleito de alto bordo, en el que se discuten bienes de la altura de "la Alcaidia del Soto de Roma", "el Corregimiento de Guadix", "la Capellanía de los Reyes de Granada y Canongía de Santa Fe" y otros, todos ellos del Mayorazgo constituido en 1614 por sus fundadores, casados en Baena en 1575.
Bookseller: Hesperia Libros
2017-05-09 18:05:39
LONGO A CORIOLANO FRANCISCO.
1645. PETRINI.. 1645. In-4.Carré. Cartonné. Etat d'usage. Couv. convenable. Dos abîmé. Mouillures. 730 pages. Tampon sur la page de titre. La couverture n'est pas d'origine. Texte sur deux colonnes. Galeries de vers sur toutes les pages l'ouvrage dans les marges de texte , altérant légèrement la lecture sur les 20 dernières pages. Note au stylo sur la page de titre. Tranches humides.
Bookseller: Le-Livre.Com
2017-05-09 15:38:45
Lilly, William.
Original Edition (NOT a Reprint). London, Printed fro Humfrey Blunden, dwelling at the sign of the Castle in Corn-hill, 1645. Octavo. (8), 119, (1) pages plus 20 Emblemata illustrations to the rear. The papge with the first illustration present but blind (printer mistake). Hardcover / 18th century full calf with rebacked 20th century spine (gilt lettering to spine). Overall very good. Wormholes professionally repaired. Slightly fingerstained. From the library of William Charles de Meuron - Earl Fitzwilliam (with his bookplate to the pastedown). Extremely Rare ! William Lilly (11 May [O.S. 1 May] 1602 – 9 June 1681) has been described as "the most abused as well as the most celebrated astrologer of the seventeenth century". Born the son of a yeoman farmer in Leicestershire, Lilly travelled to London as a youth to take up a servant's position. Seven years later he secured his fortune by marrying his former master's widow, allowing him the leisure to study astrology. In 1644, during the English Civil War, he published the first of many popular astrological texts,and in 1647 he published Christian Astrology, a huge compendium of astrological technique. This was the first of its kind to be printed in the English language rather than Latin, and is said to have tutored "a nation in crisis in the language of the stars". By 1659, Lilly's fame was widely acknowledged and his annual almanac was achieving sales of around 30,000 copies a year.nnLilly's autobiography, published towards the end of his life in 1681, at the request of his patron Elias Ashmole, gives candid accounts of the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Time Traveller's Bookshop
2017-05-09 15:38:45
Lilly, William.
London, Printed fro Humfrey Blunden, dwelling at the sign of the Castle in Corn-hill. 1645 - Original Edition (NOT a Reprint). Octavo. (8), 119, (1) pages plus 20 Emblemata illustrations to the rear. The papge with the first illustration present but blind (printer mistake). Hardcover / 18th century full calf with rebacked 20th century spine (gilt lettering to spine). Overall very good. Wormholes professionally repaired. Slightly fingerstained. From the library of William Charles de Meuron - Earl Fitzwilliam (with his bookplate to the pastedown). Extremely Rare ! William Lilly (11 May [O.S. 1 May] 1602 – 9 June 1681) has been described as "the most abused as well as the most celebrated astrologer of the seventeenth century". Born the son of a yeoman farmer in Leicestershire, Lilly travelled to London as a youth to take up a servant's position. Seven years later he secured his fortune by marrying his former master's widow, allowing him the leisure to study astrology. In 1644, during the English Civil War, he published the first of many popular astrological texts,and in 1647 he published Christian Astrology, a huge compendium of astrological technique. This was the first of its kind to be printed in the English language rather than Latin, and is said to have tutored "a nation in crisis in the language of the stars". By 1659, Lilly's fame was widely acknowledged and his annual almanac was achieving sales of around 30,000 copies a year. Lilly's autobiography, published towards the end of his life in 1681, at the request of his patron Elias Ashmole, gives candid accounts of … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-05-09 14:07:11
Desiderius Erasmus.
Amsterdam, Janssonius, 1645. 12,5 x 7,5 cm. 294 S., 9 Bll. Mit Titelkupfer. Halbleder der Zeit mit floraler Rückenvergoldung. Aus dem Besitz des Henning Daniel Ramberg aus Fallersleben (Besitzereintrag auf d. Titel). Rückenbeschriftung verblaßt. - Hübsches Büchlein in guter Erhaltung. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Altstadt Antiquariat M. Weiers [Freiburg, Germany]
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2017-05-09 14:07:11
Desiderius Erasmus.
Amsterdam, Janssonius, 1645. 12,5 x 7,5 cm. 294 S., 9 Bll. Mit Titelkupfer. Halbleder der Zeit mit floraler Rückenvergoldung. Aus dem Besitz des Henning Daniel Ramberg aus Fallersleben (Besitzereintrag auf d. Titel). Rückenbeschriftung verblaßt. - Hübsches Büchlein in guter Erhaltung.
Bookseller: Altstadt Antiquariat [Germany]
2017-05-09 13:42:25
Simler, Josias:
Zürich, Bey Johann Jacob Bodmer. 1645. - 15,9x10,5 cm. Frontispiz (Porträt), gestochener Titel, Titelbl., 9 n.n. Bl. Dedication, 52 n.n. Bl. Register, 555 S. Pergamentband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel. Erste durch ein Register erschlossene Ausgabe. Mit dem schönen gestochenen Porträt und dem gestochenen alegorischen Titelblatt. - Exemplar ohne die gefaltete Karte. 3 Blatt (S. 405-409) doppelt eingebunden. - Mit zeitgenössischem, gestochenem Exlibris Johann Bernhard Nack, Frankfurt a.M.
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2017-05-08 19:42:45
Spanheim, Friedrich (der Ältere)
- Leiden, J. Maire, 1645, Kl.-4°, gestochenes Titelblatt, gestochenes Porträt, 12 Bl., 432 S., 22 Bl., Ganzpergamenteinband (etwas fleckig) *Biographie der Prinzessin Luise Juliane von Nassau-Oranien, Gattin des Kurfürsten Friedrich VI. von der Pfalz.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Martin Barbian & Grund GbR [Germany]
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2017-05-08 17:28:22
S. AGOSTINHO. (Fr. Francisco de)
AL REY NUESTRO SEÑOR DON IVAN EL IV. POR EL P. M. FR. FRANCISCO DE S. AGVSTIN de la Prouincia de S. Antonio. Año de 1645. Con las licencias necessarias. EN LISBOA. Por Antonio Alvarez Impressor del Rey nuestro Señor. In fólio de 28x19 cm. com [xxiv], 287 pags. Encadernação da época em pergaminho danificada com falta da lombada. Exemplar com falta de duas folhas preliminares inumeradas, a 2ª com licenças e erratas e a 5ª com a 3ª folha da Epistola dedicatória. Em excelente estado de conservação no interior. Bela impressão barroca ilustrada no texto com um brasão com as armas de Portugal, ao centro da folha de rosto. Capitulares xilograficas, cabeções e vinhetas ao longo do texto. Obra que responde a um parecer de um conselheiro de Filipe IV com o título de Invectiva Castellana. Faz parte da campanha lançada pela Coroa Portuguesa para divulgar os direitos de D. João IV ao trono português, em todo o mundo em especial na Europa, para o que foram encomendadas diversas obras a escritores e juristas célebres escritas em latim e em castelhano, que eram as duas línguas mais usadas nesta época, proporcionando um maior impacto para as ideias nelas defendidas. Um dos principais argumentos que o autor usa é de caracter religioso, defendendo que é por vontade divina que Portugal recupera um rei português, conforme lhe estava prometido em profecias aludindo assim ao Messianismo e ao Sebastianismo que tinham ganho enorme força durante os anos de domínio Espanhol. Ao mesmo tempo acusa Filipe II de Espanha de se ter apoderado da Coroa de Portugal, por meios ilegais, (D. Catarina, Duquesa de … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Livraria Castro e Silva [Lisboa, Portugal]
2017-05-06 20:32:10
BLAEU, Jan.
c1645. Copper engraving. Original colour. Size: 49 x 38 cm. (19½ x 15 inches) Fine condition A detailed map of this part of Denmark with coat of arms top left and decorative cartouche showing farm workers and cattle. Ref. Koeman II: 1530:2 Koeman, Atlantes Neerlandicae, II: 1530:2
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
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2017-05-06 18:28:40
Antonius Matthaeus
Trajecti ad Rhenum-Utrecht: Joannes I Janssonius � Waesbergen , 1645. Trajecti ad Rhenum-Utrecht: Joannes I Janssonius à Waesbergen , 1645. ...in illustri accademia, quae est Trajecti ad Rhenum, publice propositae. Editio secunda, priore auctior et emendatior. - Un volume in 12mo (7,5x13,5 cm) di (16)-380 pagine, con frontespizio calcografico (C.v. Dalen sculp.) che precede la pagina di titolo. Un po' corto in testa. Graziosa legatura ottocentesca in mezza pelle con dorso liscio ornato e dorato, piatti arancione (minime usure). “Second edition of this collection of 17 juridical disputations on the civil proceedings, held by Prof. Antonius Matthaeus II (1601-1654) at the University of Utrecht, each time with a student as repondent:. De Judiciis (respondent: Abraham a Kerkraad), p. 1-16. De jurisdictione (resp. Joannes Beek), p. 17-33. De judice, actore, reo, advocatis et procuratoribus (resp.Johannes Kesteringh), p. 34-51. De foro competenti (resp. Menso Alting), p. 51-68. De feriis, et ad leg. properandum c. de Judic. (resp. Adriaan van Bredehof), p. 69-83. De in jus vocatione et edendo (resp. Valerius Walricus), p. 83-99. De his quae fiunt in jure et ante litis contestationem (resp. Gerard van Reede van Renswoude, p. 99-122. De litis contestatione (resp. Arnold Straet), p. 122-153. De probationibus et praesumptionibus (resp. Lucas van Hoff), p. 154-184. De jurejurando (resp. Nicolaas Hamel), p. 184-205. De sententia (resp. Joannes Nellesteyn), p. 205-230. De appellationibus (resp. Caspar à Panhuys), p. 231-250. De executione rei judicatae (resp. Menso Alting), p. 250-277. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria BACBUC - Studio bibliografico [Roma, RM, Italy]
2017-05-06 15:15:00
MICALORI Giacomo -
Roma, appresso Francesco Cavalli, 1645, 8vo (cm. 15 x 21) legatura in piena pergamena con tassello in pelle al dorso. pp. (8)- 120 , stemma cardinalizio xilografico al frontespizio, testate, capolettera e finali xilografici. Controreplica dell'autore allo scritto L'Apocrisi di Puteano, pubblicato dopo l'uscita dell'opera Crisis. de Eryci Puteani Circulo Urbaniano (Urbino 1632), nella quale Micalori criticava aspramente le teorie del Puteano confutate nell'opera Circolo Urbaniano pubblicata in latino a Louvain.
Bookseller: Libreria Piani già  Naturalistica
2017-05-06 13:43:22
CEYLON.
's Gravenhage, weduwe en erfgenamen van wylen Hillebrandt Jobobsz van Wouw, 1645.4to.With woodcut coat of arms of the States General, lion with sword and 7 arrows, in an elaborately decorated cartouche with military attributes on title-page and woodcut initial on first page. (8) pp.With heading: Translaet uyt het Latyn in de Nederlandtsche tale. - Treaty on the jurisdiction and territory of the fortress at Galle, Sri Lanka, to settle the dispute between the Dutch East India Company (VOC) and Portugal on Fort Galle, a major trading post of the Company. The fort was captured from Portugal in 1640. The Portuguese were finally driven out of the rest of Ceylon in 1658, with the help of the king of Kandy. The Company acquired the monopoly on the cinnamon trade.Knuttel 5202; Landwehr, VOC, 242.
Bookseller: Gert Jan BESTEBREURTJE [Netherlands]
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2017-05-06 05:23:46
NORTHAMPTON SHIRE:
- mit altem Kolorit, 1645, 38,5 x 51 Dek. Karte mit 4 Kartuschen, davon 2 Wappenkartuschen. Chubb, The printed maps., LIX, 25.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck
2017-05-05 17:11:35
POSTIUS Ludovicus perusinus
Apud Dominici Tarini, 1645. In folio, pp. (230) + 366. Grande ins. tip. al f. Bruniture diffuse. Qualche macchia d'inchiostrro alla leg. P. pg. coeva con nervature. Prima parte dell'opera di questo giurista perugino dedicata alle osservazioni (la seconda era dedicata alle decisioni). LAT
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Coenobium
2017-05-05 15:14:56
PETRONIUS ARBITER.
Leiden: Justus Livius, 1645. Small 12mo, near contemporary vellum, a.e. stained red. ¶ Old stock-number of bookseller William P. Wreden on the front blank. Very nice copy.
Bookseller: Brick Row Book Shop [U.S.A.]
2017-05-05 08:52:33
ROSSI Gian Vittorio
Apud Ioducum Kalcovium, Coloniae Ubiorum, 1645. In 16, pp. (8) + 382 + (7b). Mancanze al marg. sup. delle ultime 3 cc. bianche. Legatura in pg. rifatta. Primo volume (il secondo usci' nel 1649) delle Epistole di Gian Vittorio Rossi (Roma, 1577 - ivi, 1647), poeta, filologo e storico, che latinizzo' il suo nome in Janus Niicius Erythraeus. Scrisse un romanzo allegorico e satirico, Eudemia, e la stessa vena satirica si ritrova anche in queste epistole. LAT
Bookseller: Coenobium Libreria antiquaria [Asti, Italy]
2017-05-05 08:52:33
Gian Vittorio Rossi [Giano Nicio Eritreo, (1577–1647)
Colonia Ubiorum: Apud Iodocum Kalcovium, 1645-1649. Colonia Ubiorum: Apud Iodocum Kalcovium. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1645-1649. Hardcover. Engravings; . .. Quae dominicis per annum & nonnullis aliis festis diebus leguntur in Ecclesia. Giano Nicio Eritreo, (1577–1647) was an Italian poet, philologist, and historian. This seventeenth-century full-vellum volume contains Rossi's "Iani Nicii Erythraei Documenta Sacra" as well as "Iani Nicii Erythraei Opuscula Spiritualia Tria" (1648) and "Homiliae" (1649) bound into the volume. The work contains engraved portraits, vignettes, and page ornaments. Three title pages. Full-vellum sammelband is solidly bound with raised bands and stamped gilt lettering on the spine. There is moderate external age/wear. The pages and engravings show mild toning and scattered light marginal foxing. A very nice copy of these three works. .
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2017-05-04 05:37:29
Blaeu, Joan
Bookseller: Antikvariat Krenek [Prag, Czech Republic]
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2017-05-03 14:48:13
REGNIER Mathurin
De la Coste N e I, 1645. in-8, pp. (8), 262, leg. mod. p. perg., tit. oro al dorso, fregi a secco e in oro ai piatti. Le Satire di Mathurin Régnier (1573-1613), importante documento sulla vita e i costumi del primo Seicento francese, furono originariamente pubblicate nel 1608 sotto il titolo di ''Premières oeuvres'' e successivamente aumentate e corrette sino alla presente ediz.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco
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