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2012-05-04 20:10:24
BODIN Jean.
Amsterodami, ex officina Joanni Janssonii 1645 - In 16mo; pp.24 n.nn, 883. Frontespizio con caratteri neri e rossi. Bruniture. Legatura posteriore in pergamena. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: CASELLA STUDIO BIBLIOGRAFICO ALAI & ILAB
2012-04-22 09:01:24
'Door I V V ' [van den Vondel, Joost 1587 - 1679]
Te Keulen: In de Nieuwe Druckerye, 1645. 1st edition. Early full vellum binding, with illuminated mss scraps used in binding structure [visible in hinge area]. Edge rash to first few leaves. Stain to lower portion of text block, along gutter, to varing degrees, throughout volume. A VG - VG+ copy.. 168 pp. Printer's device to t.p. Full-page copper-engraved plate bound-in after A1. 4to: A - X^4. 7-13/16" x 5-3/4" "Joost van den Vondel was a Dutch writer and playwright, who is considered the most prominent Dutch poet and playwright of the 17th century. His plays from that period that are still the most frequently performed, and his epic Joannes de Boetgezant (1662), on the life of John the Baptist, has been called the greatest Dutch epic." [Wiki]. Per the British Library, "The imprint is false; probably printed by Dominicus van der Stichel and published by Abraham de Wees, Amsterdam."
Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA [U.S.A.]
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2012-04-20 18:21:12
ROSS, Alexander
Printed for James Young and are to be sold by Charles Green, London 1645 - Small 4to. pp. [16], 131, [1]. With the required imprimatur leaf (sig. A1) before the title. Bound in modern blind tooled full calf after early style. An old bookseller’s ticket is preserved and pasted on the inside front cover. A miniscule institutional stamp is present on one of the front blank free fly-leaves. Interior pages contain occasional spots of mild foxing / staining / wear. A small signature is written on the title page above the word "observation." A pair of initials are written and crossed out in an early hand following the last line of text on p. 131. Bound at the rear of this copy are 14 unnumbered leaves (the final of which is soiled) containing a postscript and a table of contents to a completely different work. Alexander Ross (1591-1654) was Chaplain to Charles I and vicar of Carisbrooke. His "Philosophicall Touch-Stone" was an important refutation of the unorthodox Aristotelianism in Sir Kenelm Digby’s "Two Treatises." Ross touches on many issues relevant to science and chemistry including the atomic theory of the ancients, the composition of matter and the nature of light. Ideas concerning magnetism, color and sound are also discussed [See Duveen]. D. Rubin’s bibliography of Sir Kenelm Digby states that Ross’s treatise is " Probably the first English discussion of atomism after Digby’s ‘Two Treatises.’" [Duveen, p. 516; Neville Library II, pp.392-393; Krivatsy NLM 9953; Rubin, Sir Kenelm Digby 221; ESTC R200130]. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Robert McDowell Antiquarian Books
2012-04-17 14:11:30
Featley, Daniel
London: Nicholas Bourne and Richard Royston. 1645. Octavo Size. Good Condition. Half-leather. Leather at corners quite worn. Leather spine is rubbed at edges and ends but title and decoration clear and bright. Suggest possible early nineteenth century rebind. Front hinge starting. All pages are discoloured with age and some appear wavy - possibly minor damp effect. Text block is quite legible. Previous owner's details, dated 1823, to front free end paper. 227 pages Dr Featley [1582-1645] was an English theologian and clergyman who experienced the full tempestuousness of the English Civil War being a chaplain in ordinary to Charles 1. In 1643 Parliamentarian troops attempted to murder him, his was then brought before a committee and voted out of his living. Subsequently he was imprisoned as a spy and his estates were sequestered. He died of illnesses contracted whilst in prison. The full title of this, his most famous book, is 'The Dippers dipt. or, The Anabaptists Duck'd and Plung'd Over Head and Eares, at a Disputation in Southwark Together with a large and full Discourse of their 1. Originall. 2.Severall forts. 3. Peculiar Errours. 4. High Attempts against the State. 5. Capitall punishments: with an Application to these times. ?ataßapt?sta? ?atapt?sta'. . 1st Edition. Hardback.
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2012-04-03 03:24:22
Jan Baptist van Fornenburgh, attributed to (active 1608-ca. 1649)
Jan Baptist van Fornenburgh, attributed to (active 1608-ca. 1649) Tulips and other flowers in a decorative urn Bodycolor and gouache on vellum, grey ink framing lines Vellum size: 13 5/16” x 10 1/16”; framed size: 23 11/16” x 20 7/16” Holland, ca. 1645 Provenance: Private collection; Christie’s (Dresden), November 10, 1999; W. Graham Arader III Excellent condition This striking watercolor is an important example of the late Dutch Renaissance as manifested in botanical art. The 1600s were the most exciting period for developments in many branches of Dutch painting, and artists most often focused on making their mark in the field of still-life and flower painting. The similar styles embraced by a number of painters led to a characteristic Dutch style, one that combined flawless technical ability and creative compositional innovation. Jan Baptist van Fornenburgh was active quite early in the period, and his works at once referenced the masters who had come before and helped to pave the way for others. In his compositional arrangements he undoubtedly was familiar with the Bosschaert group of painters. In 1629, Fornenburgh joined the Hague guild of painters. He had already been working for over two decades but amazingly only 22 works can be firmly attributed to him. The present work may be included amongst this esteemed grouping, based upon comparision with other known examples of the artist’s work (see photocopy of Christie’s Lot information). This is a masterful example of the late Dutch Renaissance style, encompassing all the elements that made it internationally recognized. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2012-03-28 13:22:33
Thysio, Antonio. [Antonius Thysius]
Lugduni Batavorum: Joannis Maire, 1645 Antonio Thysio, IC. & Professore in Academia Leidensi. [Antonius Thysius]. Compendium Historiae Batavicae, A Julio Caesare usquead haec tempora. Accessit eiusde Discursus Oratorius in expugnationem Sassae Gandavensis. 1645. Lugduni Batavorum, Ex Officina Joannis Maire. [48] 334 pages. Collated and complete. Roughly 2 ¼ by 4 ¼ inches. With an engraved title page. Text mostly in Latin with a few first pages in Greek. Antonius Thysius (1603-1665), a Dutch theologian, scholar and professor at Leiden, wrote this book, a history of Batavia and Westphalia (Holland), perhaps on commission for the country, as it seems many other histories of the like were penned in an effort by the Dutch government to chronicle and preserve its history. Various internet searches turn up a later (1652) edition of this work, although a 1645 entry can be found in an online database of a library in Innsbruck. 3 copies appear in libraries in World Cat searches. Bound in vellum with hand written titling and numbering on the spine. This copy is in GOOD condition. Light soiling to the covers. Moderate scuffing. Minor edgewear with some bumping and scuffing. Spine darkened. Small insect hole near foot of spine on the front cover. First 15 leaves with moderate worming at the tops of the pages, affecting text only on title page and engraved title page, but otherwise relegated to the top margin and lessening the further in the text one goes. Minor pen scribbling on the ffep as well as to the bottom of the engraved title where the previous owner's name was crossed out, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Mare Booksellers
2012-03-26 14:20:44
Johannes Blaeu
[Amsterdam: Johannes Blaeu, c.1645], from the ‘Atlas Novus’, Latin text on verso. A MAGNIFICENT MAP OF THE FIERCELY-CONTESTED REGION OF SILESIA, NOW IN POLAND, 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.Silesia was for centuries one of the most contested and linguistically diverse regions of Europe. Centered on the great city of Wroclaw (Breslau), the region was long home to large populations of Poles, Czechs, and German-speakers. Its territory was divided for centuries into numerous small states, until 1526, when all of Silesia fell under the rule of the Habsburgs of Austria. It would remain under Austrian rule until it was conquered by Prussia’s Frederick the Great in 1742. Blaeu largely based his map on Martin Helwig’s celebrated map of Silesia, printed in 1561. This splendid map is adorned in the lower-left corner with an elaborate allegorical cartouche, while Silesia’s arms grace the opposing corner. 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 ther … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-03-17 07:54:29
Johannes Blaeu
[Amsterdam: JoannesBlaeu, c.1645], from the ‘Atlas Novus’, Latin text on verso.A MAGNIFICENT MAP OF THE HILDESHEIM REGION, BY THE MOST CELEBRATED MAPMAKER OF THE ERA, IN EXCELLENT CONDITION, WITH THE MOST RESPLENDANT ORIGINAL HAND-COLOR.Dimensions: 20 x 23.5 inches (510 x 600 mm), on a full, untrimmed sheet, as originally issued.This elegant map depicts the region surrounding the town of Hildesheim, located in the modern German state of Lower Saxony (Nieder-Sachsen). The historic Prince-Bishopric of Hildesheim (Hoschstift Hildesheim), was an autonomous entity within the Holy Roman Empire from 1235 to 1803. According to a legend, as told by the Brothers Grimm, around the year 815, King Louis the Pious, son of Charlemagne, was out hunting near Hildesheim when he noticed that he had lost his most treasured possession, a pendant featuring a relic of the Blessed Virgin Mary. He dispatched his men to scour the countryside in search of it. Finally they encountered a magnificent flowering rose bush which held the pendant in its branches, of which it would not yield. In commemoration, Louis built a chapel on the site, and to this very day, the ancient Millennium Rose bush (‘Tausendjährriger Rosenstock’) grows along the chapel’s wall. This sumptuously decorated map featured the coat of arms of the prince-bishop in the upper-left, while the opposing corner is occupied by a magnificent titular cartouche, on which a putti, carrying a globe and a compass, allegorically represents the art of surveying. At the time that this map was printed the Blaeu family firm was the most celebrated and … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-03-17 07:54:29
Johannes Blaeu
[Amsterdam: JoannesBlaeu, c.1645], from the 'Atlas Novus', Latin text on verso.A MASTERPIECE OF BAROQUE CARTOGRAPHY, A MAP AND VIEW OF OSNABRÜCK, BY THE MOST CELEBRATED MAPMAKER OF THE ERA, IN EXCELLENT CONDITION, WITH THE MOST RESPLENDANT ORIGINAL HAND-COLOR.Dimensions: 20 x 23.5 inches (510 x 600 mm), on a full, untrimmed sheet, as originally issued.This exquisite map depicts the historic Prince-Bishopric (Hoschstift) of Osnabrück, whichwas an autonomous entity within the Holy Roman Empire from 1225 until 1803. The region is now part of the state of Lower Saxony (Nieder-Sachsen), Germany. Osnabrückwas an important market town,and as Blaeu commented in the descriptive text, "It is said that the name derives from the cow hides that once could be found in the surrounding countryside, as if Ossenburg". In the sixteenth-century the prince-bishopric turned to Lutheranism, but by the time that the present map was printed, it was engulfed in the tumult of the Thirty Years' War (1618-1648). In 1624, the new prince-bishop, Cardinal Eithel Frederick, forcefully reinstated Catholicism, until the Swedes captured Osnabrück in 1633, holding the city until the Peace of Westphalia in 1648. The sumptuously adorned map features a magnificent profile view of Osnabrück, centered on the town's great Romanesque cathedral. The map is also adorned with the ornate coat of arms of the prince-bishop, a splendid dedicatory cartouche, and an inset map of the nearby enclave of Reckenberg, while each of the jurisdictions depicted on the map are adorned with their colorful crests. Blaeubased his map on t … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-03-17 07:54:29
Johannes Blaeu
Amsterdam 1645 - [Amsterdam: JoannesBlaeu, c.1645], from the ‘Atlas Novus’, Latin text on verso.A MAGNIFICENT MAP OF THE HILDESHEIM REGION, BY THE MOST CELEBRATED MAPMAKER OF THE ERA, IN EXCELLENT CONDITION, WITH THE MOST RESPLENDANT ORIGINAL HAND-COLOR.Dimensions: 20 x 23.5 inches (510 x 600 mm), on a full, untrimmed sheet, as originally issued.This elegant map depicts the region surrounding the town of Hildesheim, located in the modern German state of Lower Saxony (Nieder-Sachsen). The historic Prince-Bishopric of Hildesheim (Hoschstift Hildesheim), was an autonomous entity within the Holy Roman Empire from 1235 to 1803. According to a legend, as told by the Brothers Grimm, around the year 815, King Louis the Pious, son of Charlemagne, was out hunting near Hildesheim when he noticed that he had lost his most treasured possession, a pendant featuring a relic of the Blessed Virgin Mary. He dispatched his men to scour the countryside in search of it. Finally they encountered a magnificent flowering rose bush which held the pendant in its branches, of which it would not yield. In commemoration, Louis built a chapel on the site, and to this very day, the ancient Millennium Rose bush (‘Tausendjährriger Rosenstock’) grows along the chapel’s wall. This sumptuously decorated map featured the coat of arms of the prince-bishop in the upper-left, while the opposing corner is occupied by a magnificent titular cartouche, on which a putti, carrying a globe and a compass, allegorically represents the art of surveying. At the time that this map was printed the Bla … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco
2012-03-16 09:04:30
MARANDE Abbe Leonard de
VG, 4th ed, 1645, 1 pl.In soiled vellum, edges repaired. Spine, ms title. Internally, frontis, [6], 556 pp, 1 plate, printers devices, [9] table, 556 pp, [8] table, [1], 1 pl, modern old endpapers, no inscriptions, some miss-numbering, in 5 parts but pagination continuous and complete, text bl;ock edges reddened. Uncommon. (OCLC249023176). Title continues: Logique, Morale, Physique & Metaphysique, & des matieres plus importantes du Tehologien Francois.
Bookseller: Madoc Books [United Kingdom]
2012-03-10 04:23:03
ROSS, Alexander
Printed for James Young and are to be sold by Charles Green, London, 1645. Small 4to. pp. [16], 131, [1]. With the required imprimatur leaf (sig. A1) before the title. Bound in modern blind tooled full calf after early style. An old bookseller’s ticket is preserved and pasted on the inside front cover. A miniscule institutional stamp is present on one of the front blank free fly-leaves. Interior pages contain occasional spots of mild foxing / staining / wear. A small signature is written on the title page above the word "observation." A pair of initials are written and crossed out in an early hand following the last line of text on p. 131. Bound at the rear of this copy are 14 unnumbered leaves (the final of which is soiled) containing a postscript and a table of contents to a completely different work. Alexander Ross (1591-1654) was Chaplain to Charles I and vicar of Carisbrooke. His "Philosophicall Touch-Stone" was an important refutation of the unorthodox Aristotelianism in Sir Kenelm Digby’s "Two Treatises." Ross touches on many issues relevant to science and chemistry including the atomic theory of the ancients, the composition of matter and the nature of light. Ideas concerning magnetism, color and sound are also discussed [See Duveen]. D. Rubin’s bibliography of Sir Kenelm Digby states that Ross’s treatise is " Probably the first English discussion of atomism after Digby’s ‘Two Treatises.’" [Duveen, p. 516; Neville Library II, pp.392-393; Krivatsy NLM 9953; Rubin, Sir Kenelm Digby 221; ESTC R200130]. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Robert McDowell Antiquarian Books [U.S.A.]
2012-03-10 04:23:03
ROSS, Alexander
London Printed for James Young and are to be sold by Charles Green 1645. First edition Small 4to. pp. [16], 131, [1]. With the required imprimatur leaf (sig. A1) before the title. Bound in modern blind tooled full calf after early style. An old bookseller's ticket is preserved and pasted on the inside front cover. A miniscule institutional stamp is present on one of the front blank free fly-leaves. Interior pages contain occasional spots of mild foxing / staining / wear. A small signature is written on the title page above the word "observation." A pair of initials are written and crossed out in an early hand following the last line of text on p. 131. Bound at the rear of this copy are 14 unnumbered leaves (the final of which is soiled) containing a postscript and a table of contents to a completely different work. Alexander Ross (1591-1654) was Chaplain to Charles I and vicar of Carisbrooke. His "Philosophicall Touch-Stone" was an important refutation of the unorthodox Aristotelianism in Sir Kenelm Digby's "Two Treatises." Ross touches on many issues relevant to science and chemistry including the atomic theory of the ancients, the composition of matter and the nature of light. Ideas concerning magnetism, color and sound are also discussed [See Duveen]. D. Rubin's bibliography of Sir Kenelm Digby states that Ross's treatise is " Probably the first English discussion of atomism after Digby's 'Two Treatises.'" [Duveen, p. 516; Neville Library II, pp.392-393; Krivatsy NLM 9953; Rubin, Sir Kenelm Digby 221; ESTC R200130]. Hardcover.
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2012-01-05 11:48:19
BARTHOLIN, CASPAR ET THOMAS BARTHOLIN.
Lugd. Batavorum (Leyden), Frants Hacke, 1645. 8vo. Cont. full calf. First hinges weakening, top of spine a little worn. Richly gilt back in 6 compartments. Red, gilt titlelabel in leather on back. Engraved titlepage (portraits of famous physicians). Engraved portrait of Thomas B. on verso of title. Foot of first few leaves browned. (14),488,(24) pp., 6 folded engraved plates and 85 engraved textplates, mostly full-and half page (all). Second edition of Thomas Bartholin's adaptation of his fathers famous anatomy, which became hichly influential when Thomas Bartholin issued it with illustrations. PP. 443-488 is Johannis Walaeus: Epistolae Duæ: De Motu Chyli et sangvinitas. Ad Thomas Bartholinum. Editio quarta. - Wellcome II:106. - Gosch III: p. 114 - Thesaurus: 333. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2012-01-04 13:07:09
TACITE (Tacitus)
1645Venise, Iuntas et Baba, 1645. 7,5x14 cm. Ouvrage orné de 2 gravures en pleines-pages dont le frontispice. Introduction et biographie de l'auteur non paginées + 667 pages de texte + 78 pages de notes + Index non paginé. Reliure de l'époque en plein parchemin, légèrement désolidarisée du corps de l'ouvrage. Dos lisse. Marques de crayon dans le texte et petite déchirure sur le dernier feuillet. Nombreuses traces d'usage sur la reliure et tache d'encre noire sur la tranche se prolongeant dans la marge sans atteindre le texte. Cependant, ouvrage bien dans son jus et complet. Bon exemplaire de travail.Langue
Bookseller: Librairie de l'Univers [Lausanne, Switzerland]
2011-12-26 06:09:34
Hollar, Wenceslas
1645. Original Etching . Single Sheet. Very Good. Image 9.3 X 5.8 Cm., With 2 Mm Margins Origjnal Engraving By Hollar. A Very Charming Study Of Three Very Young Children: Angelic, Thoughtful, And Scheming, With Unusual Character Development For The Artist. See Descriptive Catalogue Of The Work Of Wenceslas Hollar. A Very Fine Impression, Wide Margined [2 Cm+], In Very Fine Condition.Part Of A Large Collection Of Original Antique Engravings Formed By A Southern California Artist In The Early To Middle Twentieth Century. Each Plate Has Small Glue Marks On Reverse Where They Were Tipped In To An Album.
Bookseller: Arroyo Seco Books, Pasadena, Member IOBA [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]
2011-12-03 09:33:21
Sirmond Jacques 1559 1651
1 lettre autographe signée 1 In-8 oblong vers 1645 bon «Mon Rnd Père, Je vous envoye le Ms [manuscrit] où est cet ancien martyrologe que le R. P. Ménard désire voir [en 1645, Dom Luc publia la Lettre de saint Barnabé dont l'édition avait été préparée par Dom Hugues Ménard]. Je vous prie de luy rendre avec mes recommandations. Après votre départ me fut apporté un autre petit poème tout nouveau qui sera, s'il vous plaît, pour le R.P. Alexis [.]». [Le révérend Père Dom Luc intégra l'abbaye de Saint-Germain-des-Prés en 1637 et fut chargé du classement de la bibliothèque]. Homme de lettres et jésuite, l'un des plus grands érudits de son temps, confesseur de Louis XIII. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Traces Ecrites [Paris, France]
2011-11-16 14:32:20
HORTLEDER (Friedrich)
Gota, WOLFGANG ENDTERS, 1645; in-4, 20-2014-312 pp., dos a nerfs intact anépigraph (sans cuir) - 1er et 4e plat manques important de cuir. coins rognés les quatres sinon non débroché intact. Intérieur propre - ex libris BRACKENHOFFER (voyageur Strasbourgeois ancien maire de Strasbourg) frontispice double intact - -intérieur papier bruni en bon état- gravures portraits en bon état - gravures panoramique abimées (3 planches) - remarque a partir du chapitre 8 -5eme livre nouvelle numérotation de 1215 à 1527. Intérieur propre - ex libris BRACKENHOFFER (voyageur Strasbourgeois ancien maire de Strasbourg) frontispice double intact - -intérieur papier bruni en bon état- gravures portraits en bon état - gravures panoramique abimées (3 planches) - remarque a partir du chapitre 8 -5eme livre nouvelle numérotation de 1215 à 1527.
Bookseller: librairie Lire et Chiner [colmar, France]
2011-11-15 16:25:41
CAZENEUVE Pierre de
Jean Boude, 1645. 3 parties en 1 volume in 4, reliure plein veau d epoque. La 2eme partie (pages 251) est : ACTES RENVOYEZ A LA FIN DE CE TRAITE, et la 3eme partie(pages 287) : INDICE GENERAL DE CE QU IL Y A DE PLUS SINGULIER et remarquable dans ce traite franc- alleu range par ordre alphabetique. 20+ 286 +22 pages. EDITION ORIGINALE. Le mot alleu exprime les fond hereditaires. Sous Charlemagne et ses successeurs, alleu est toujours oppose a fief. Chez les jurisconsultes anciens, alleu et patrimoine sont utilises comme de synonymes. Par la suite le franc-aleur designera la terre de pleine propriete, affranchie de toute obligation de redevance, a l oppose du fief. Savant jurisconsulte et lexicographe polyglotte, le chanoine toulousain P. de Cazeneuve est l'auteur de plusieurs ouvrages historiques et littéraires. Ce texte donne aussi des renseignements precieux sur l histoire du Languedoc, particulierement les Guerres de religion en Cevennes et pays Cathare.
Bookseller: Bouquinerie Du Languedoc [FR]
2011-10-25 12:29:41
[CHIASSI, Onorato]
Milan: n.p., 1645. Elaborate manuscript by a mid-17th-century priest from Milan containing his own aphorisms, observations and quotations modeled after contemporary calligraphy manuals with unusually elaborate and well-executed figurative borders drawn in his hand, and interspersed with anguished outbursts on love's torment in a later hand. Chiassi's drawings, modelled from Antonio Tempesta's Hunting Scenes and contemporary emblem books, show mythological figures, exotic animals and putti, often matched to the content of the text. While we find no evidence that Chiassi was a professional artist, the numerous drawings show a talented hand for an amateur. A peacock and a monkey adorn the calligraphed text on vanity and conceit; the drawing of a blond woman with a provocative décolleté appears next to a warning on women's artifice. Chiassi borrowed his border imagery with wit, sometimes hiding parts of the drawings behind the calligraphy to increase the overall sense of three-dimensionality. Concerned with this balance between image and text, he altered the position of a horse's head from his printed source to keep it from disappearing behind the calligraphy framework. When he borrows Tempesta's Ostrich Hunt, only the protesting bird's head and wings appear above the text; hunters rush at him from the sides of the frame with impossibly elongated, pronged sticks. A baying dog below from a different Tempesta Hunt completes the narrative circle. An unusual example of adapting the calligraphy book not for instructional purposes, but, apparently, for those of self-expression.Nothi … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2011-07-12 18:48:11
B[lake], T[homas].
London: Printed by I.N. for Abel Roper, at the signe of the Sunne over against S. Dunstans Church in Fleet-street, 1645 [i.e., 1644]. London: Printed by I.N. for Abel Roper, at the signe of the Sunne over against S. Dunstans Church in Fleet-street, 1645 [i.e., 1644]. 4to. [2], 32 pp. Prepared for the resolution of a friend, and now presented to the publick view of all, for the satisfaction of them who desire to walk in the ancient and long-approved way of truth and holiness. ESTC R12103; Wing (rev. ed.) B3148. Removed from a nonce volume, edges speckled red; spine reinforced with archival tape. Ex-library with some pencillings and perforation- and rubber-stamps. Worming to last leaves, entirely within gutter margins; light waterstaining.
Bookseller: SessaBks (ABAA, ILAB) [Philadelphia, PA, U.S.A.]
2011-07-04 21:24:38
Various
Matthew Walbancke , 1645. (8)pp. A 4 leaf pamphlet bound in hard covers. Pages are browned. Half bound bound in brown leather with gilt title and marbled paper covered boards. Corners scuffed and slight loss at head and tail of spine. . Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.
Bookseller: Eric T. Moore Books [Henlow, United Kingdom]
2011-06-10 10:00:41
SCOTI, Jules Clement
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 3 … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2011-04-05 03:03:45
Boschini Marco
Venezia, dopo 1645 (1651 vedi Cicogna). In-folio (2) c. (1) c. (di tav.) 61 c. (di tav. nautiche incise su rame). Frontespizio inciso, antiporta figurato a piena pagina con Leone di San Marco con libro aperto "Pax Tibi Marce Evangelista Meus" e spada sguainata sopra l'isola di Candia. Cartoncino muto con dorso a tre nervi. Le carte 6 (Pianta della Canea), 60 (Cerigo) e 61 (Thine), mancanti sono state sostitute da riproduzioni su carta antica. Per il resto il volume è collazionato, pulito e in perfette condizioni. Durante il XVI secolo l'impero ottomano aveva esercitato una massiccia pressione sul Mar Mediterraneo e nei Balcani, spesso avvantaggiato dall'alleanza francese, giungendo sino in Ungheria. Nel '600 la politica dell'impero turco divenne anche più aggressiva, ma con la fine del secolo, le sorti dell'impero erano compromesse, ed esso non costituiva più un pericolo per l'Europa anzi divenne oggetto delle mire espansionistiche dei maggiori stati europei. Infatti, lo stato ottomano rimaneva anacronisticamente fermo alla struttura feudale, mentre i suoi avversari cristiani si organizzavano in regimi accentrati, sostenuti da una solida burocrazia che ne garantiva l'efficienza. I Turchi restarono del tutto estranei al rinnovamento culturale e scientifico che percorse l'Europa. Tale carenza compromise tutta la loro organizzazione tecnica persino nel campo navale. In un paese che faceva della guerra la propria attività fondamentale i sacrifici gravissimi imposti ai piccoli feudatari, tenuti a servire come cavalieri, finirono col rovinarli e coll'esasperarli, sicché gli eserc … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Cristina Giacometti; Giacomo Regazzo [Venezia, VE, Italy]
2011-03-17 21:59:27
Machiavelli, Niccolo
Bookseller: Kenneth Karmiole, Bookseller, Inc. ABAA [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2010-10-28 14:17:50
BLAEU, Willem & Jan.
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2010-10-26 16:27:21
Babington, John
- in which the true grounds of that art are plainly and perspicuously laid downe: Whereunto is annexed a short treatise of geometrie. [London: Thomas Harper; 1645]. Limited to 125 numbered copies, this being NO. 29. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: VENTURA PACIFIC LTD Out of Print Books
2010-10-24 04:30:36
Pathopoli: Apud Gelastinum Severum, 1645. 32mo. Contemporary full vellum. Paper spine titling piece. 301pp. Two small owner's names, age-toning to the vellum, slight chip at bottom corner of the spine, a tight, very good copy. Humor. Very Good. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA [Gloucester City, NJ, U.S.A.]
2010-10-04 15:05:34
Gustav Gustavson
Ueffeln, 13. Mai 1645. 33 cm. 1 Seiten alte Faltspuren, Umschlagteil entfernt, stellenweise papierbedingt gebräunt - An den Rat und Kanzler Dr. Joachim Wilhelm Hast in Osnabrück. Inhalt des Schreibens ist die Verfolgung strafbarer Handlungen gegen die Person des schwedischen Statthalters und wie "mit einem leichtfertigen Vogel" zu verfahren ist und es soll Jobst Storck "hierüber eidtlich befraget" werden. Der schwedische Fürst Gustav Gustavsson von Wasaburg verlegte zwischen 1643 und 1650 seine Residenz von Osnabrück nach Neuenkirchen-Vörden in die Stiftsburg. -
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2010-09-19 20:30:36
Cheisley, John]
London: Printed By Moses Bell, 1645. London: Printed By Moses Bell. Good with no dust jacket. 1645. Softcover. Glued? into modern hand-made paper wrappers.; [2], 31 pages. Lacking the preface of the first issue, which was "forbidden by ye Scots Commissioners". Modern wrappers. Page dimensions: 187 x 139mm. Small woodcut illustration and border to title page. Woodcut head-piece on page 1. Old stab-marks visible at inner margins of leaves. "Our desire is to represent what the sword of the enemy hath done, after many conflicts in divers places of the North of the Kingdome, whereby great numbers have fallen, and the enemy, despicable in the beginning, had encreased in strength and boldness; at last, in the very bowels of the Kingdome: He hath so farre prevailed, that not onely thousands of the best affected have lost their lives, and divers of them taken prisoners, but also our whole Army and Forces are put to the worst and scattered. Such as were most zealous of the Covenant and Cause of God (having no Armies on foot to joyne with, nor Garrisoned Townes for places of refuge) are forced to fly for their lives, and to leave their habitations, possessions, and all that they have in the world to the cruelty and spoile of the enemy."- pp. 11-12.; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall .
Bookseller: Renaissance Books [Dunedin, New Zealand]
2010-08-23 22:46:05
Drexel, Jeremias, SJ.
Rome, (Lodovico Grignani für) Hermann Scheus, (1644-)1645. Small 8vo. (24), 934, (2) pp. With engraved, illustrated title page and engraved frontispiece. Contemporary vellum with ms. title to spine. First Italian edition of Drexel's book, first published in 1626 in Latin and translated by the Jesuit Lodovico Flori. "Emblematic, a prelude to his Heliotropium" (Jantz). - Somewhat browned and brownstained throughout due to paper. First quire misbound, but complete; first ff. slightly wormed. De Backer/Sommervogel III, 188, 8 and 807, 10. ICCU PUVE\001649. Cf. Jantz I, 866. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2010-07-09 14:15:19
Machiavelli, Niccolo
Lugdui Batavorum, Apud Hieronymum de Vogel, 1645. Early Edition. 12mo. [8], 534, [36]pp. Full vellum, leather label, gilt title. Engraved title page portraying Cosimo de Medici with Machiavelli on one side and an angel on the other, with town scene in vignette on podium. Fine copy. Fine.
Bookseller: Thorn Books, ABAA [U.S.A.]
2010-06-08 21:33:21
BLAEU, Willem.
Amsterdam. c1645. Copper engraving. Original colour, in part heightened in gold. Size: 50 x 38 cm. Fine condition, good margins. A fine map of Bressia, from Lyon to Lake Geneva. Lovely, decorative title cartouche at lower right, with blank shield, scale at lower edge. This map typifies the skill and aesthetic value of Dutch cartography in the seventeenth century. Koeman:Atlantes Neerlandica II, 4810:2A
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2010-04-25 02:22:21
GIOVIO (Paolo)
In Milano In Casa di Gio. Battista Bidelli..., 1645. 4to, 265 x 210 mms., pp. [xx], 132, with engraved title-page, engraved portrait of dedicatee, and 12 full-page engraved portraits of Milanese viscounts, engraved by Paolo Bianchi, contemporary limp vellum (a little soiled); inner margins of front and rear end-papers at little wormed with some very slight water-staining, none of which affects the text or the engravings, a very good copy, with the 19th century book ticket of Conte Gropello di Alessandria on the front paste-down end-paper. Although Giovio (1483 - 1552) took a degree in medicine, he was primarily interested in a literary career, in which he was notably successful, so much so that Leo X gave him the rank of Cavaliere, with a pension. Paolo Giovio, Bishop of Nocera, had one of the most celebrated collections of Italian portraits. In a letter dated 1521, he expressed his intention to put together some real portraits of men of letters, whose eyes would stimulate men to virtue. Giovio had in mind adding portraits of artists, popes and princes, and in 1537 built a museum to house the paintings in Como. Giovio convinced famous men to send him their pictures with the promise that, in his museum, they would have been immortalized for posterity. The present work was published first at Paris in 1549, Vita XII Vicecomitum Mediolani Principum, and Domenichi's is the first Italian translation, notable for Bianchi's exceptionally fine engraved portraits. Brunet III, 584.
Bookseller: John Price Antiquarian Books, ABA, ILAB [LONDON, United Kingdom]
2010-04-21 22:38:29
BROWNE, John
Engraved frontispiece portrait by the renowned artist Robert White (1645-1702). With 40 beautifully engraved anatomical plates. Contemporary calf, rebacked; a lovely, large copy. A handsome copy of the scarce second edition Browne's anatomical atlas of the muscles, first published in 1681. One of one of the most popular anatomical books of its time, it went through ten editions. Browne (1642-1700?) was physician to St. Thomas's Hospital and later to Charles II. The marvelous plates were copied, with alterations, from works by Casserius and Spigelius. The present work is notable as the first to have names of the muscles engraved directly upon the plates, and for inclusion of Sir Charles Scarburgh's syllabus of the muscles printed on the folding table.&
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2010-04-17 14:32:34
Waller, Edmund
Printed: 1645  Octavo, 148 x 93 mm. First edition. A4, B-M8,N4,O8, P2. " If any of the four editions of published in 1645 can be said th have been authorized by Waller, this is certainly the one."(W-P) This copy is in in lovely condition internally. Full contemporary calf, housed in a custom box. The new binding is full modern calf. Waller was deeply involved in a royalist plot in 1643 to take the city of London in the name of King Charles. He was subsequently imprisoned in the tower, banished from parliament, fined, and exiled, barely escaping execution. He was readmitted to the house of commons in 1651 where he appeared a different style of man than the Edmund Waller of the 1630?s. He consistently argued against military despotism, and in favor of tolerance for dissenters, and quakers in particular. ?It is certain that the poems of Edmund Waller had been in circulation in manuscript some considerable time before their first publication. His lines on the escape of Charles (then Prince of Wales) from drowning, near Santander, though subsequently retouched, were probably written in or about the time of the event which they celebrate; but it was not until 1645 that the first edition of his poems was published. In spite of this, his reputation was already so well established that Denham wrote of him in ?Cooper?s Hill? (1642) as ?the best of poets,? and it is probable that no writer, in proportion to his merits ever received such ample recognition from his contemporaries. Waller will always live as the author of ?Go, lovely rose,? the lines ?On a Girdle,? and ?Of the Last Verse … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-04-13 15:09:44
BENTIVOGLIO, CARDINAL GUIDO
Venice: Giunte e Baba, 1645. Venice: Giunte e Baba. Worn condition. Cover and spine worn with upper board detached and rear board weak. Fep loose with inscription and first three pages with minor loss to upper corners. Fold out map torn and repaired with minor edge loss but not on illustration. Scattered foxing. Contents clean and firm. Heraldic bookplate on paste down of Campbell of Succoth 'Labore et Perseverant'. 1645. Reprint. Leather cover. 260mm x 180mm (10" x 7"). 692pp. Frontis engraving, title page vignettes and fold out engraved map. Text in Italian. .
Bookseller: Barter Books [United Kingdom]
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2010-03-10 14:59:27
SORDI, Giovanni Pietro (Joannis Petrus Surdus)
N.p. (Geneva?) Stephanum Gamonetum. 1645.. Hardcover. Book folio. 32.5cm, [8],755,[109]p., double column, rubricated vignette title page, several elaborate woodcut head pieces & ornaments, index, bound in early full speckled calf, real raised bands, blind stamped borders in the panels, light tan crushed morocco label gilt, edges tinted red, marbled endpapers, a fine copy (cgc) An early legal treatise on the laws of alimony published first in Venice in 1594. The author, from northern Italy, was one of the most celebrated jurists of his time. .
Bookseller: J. Patrick McGahern Books Inc. (ABAC) [Ottawa, ON, Canada]
2010-02-09 06:16:40
MAGNUS, Olaus.
Editio nova, & ex prioribus emendatissima. Leiden, apud Adrianum Wyngaerde et Franciscum Moiardum, 1645. 12:o. (14),+ 589,+ (67) s. Grav. extra titelblad saknas. Återkommande fuktrand i främre marginal. Sammanbunden med: LOCCENIUS, Johannes. Antiquitatum Sveo-Gothicarum, cum huius ævi moribus, institutis ac ritibus indigenis pro re nata comparatarum libris tres. Stockholm, Henrici Keiser, (1647). 12:o. (15),+ (blank),+ 372,+ (4) s. Sid. 191-214 med hoppande paginering. Grav. extra titelblad saknas. Samtida pergamentband, bläckanteckningar på för- och eftersättsblad. Med Seth Lampas namnteckning på titelbladet. Ur Erik Michaël Fants bibliotek, med hans namnteckning daterad Uppsala 1790. Ur Ericsbergs bibliotek, med Carl Jedvard Bondes exlibris. Collijn sp. 559 resp. 527. Collijn, Olaus Magnus, s. 41f. Warmholtz 1414 resp. 1416. Carlander III, 51 resp. 564ff. Båda verken saknar sina graverade extratitelblad. Den 16:e upplagan av Olaus Magnus beskrivning av Sverige resp. första upplagan av Loccenius svenska kulturhistoria. Böcker efter historieprofessor E. M. Fant (1754-1817) såldes på auktion i Uppsala 1818
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet
2010-01-06 19:03:35
. 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.
Bookseller: Kunstantiquariat Beisler
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2010-01-05 23:51:00
Sachsen
Amsterdam 1645 (ca.). Koeman Bl 23 A, 34. - Zeigt Obersachsen mit der Lausitz und das Gebiet von Meißen. - Mit kolorierter Titelkopfleiste. Rückseitig mit jeweils zweispaltigem Text u. Initialverzierung. - In schöner Erhaltung, nur wenig gebräunt Alt grenzkolor. Kupferstich von Blaeu
Bookseller: Buch & Kunst Antiquariat Flotow GmbH [Ottobrunn, Germany]
2009-12-25 18:15:40
Janssonius, Joannes:
Amsterdam, 1645. Copper engraving, 50 x 38.5 cms, early hand-colour, Dutch text on verso. The setting of text is correct for the 1645 edition, but the colour is more typical of the late 17th century, ca. 1680. The map, very similar to one by Blaeu, represents most of subequatorial Africa; sparse and speculative interior detail includes part of one of the Ptolemaic lakes thought to be the source of the Nile. Koeman, Atlantes Neerlandici, Me 78 Map
Bookseller: Bryars and Bryars [United Kingdom]
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2009-12-05 15:17:22
GOLDMAN, Nicolas.
Leiden: Chez les Elseviers, 1645. Folio. (16), 224 pp. Illustrated, many engraved mathematical and geometrical figures and details of fortifications in the text, elaborately engraved title page featuring a fortified town in the lower third. Recent vellum, manuscript title on spine; a little worming in the margins (not affecting text), lower gutter corner of title page restored, but a very good copy in an attractive new binding. First edition in French (originally published in Latin in 1642, also by the Elseviers). Goldman (1611-1655), a native of Breslau, moved to Leiden around 1630 to study law, but spent the most of the rest of his life teaching mathematics and geometry. Uncommon in trade, the last recorded sale being the Honeyman copy in 1980 (ABPC, 1975-2004).
Bookseller: Bartleby's Books [Chevy Chase, Maryland, U.S.A.]
2009-11-22 23:06:59
BLAEU, Willem
1645. Amsterdam. unbound. very good. Map. Uncolored engraving. Image measures 17 3/8" x 21.5". This beautiful map of the province of Languedoc, the French winemaking region in southern France by Willem Bleau dates to circa 1645. Covers from Auvergne to the Mediterranean and includes extraordinary detail throughout, noting several towns, rivers and topographical features. The region of Languedoc is one of the largest wine producing region in France with some of the oldest vineyards. It is also famous for the production of cheeses including the Pelardon and Perail cheeses. Languedoc is also an important stopping point on the Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostella. The map is in good condition with minor aging along the edges and centerfold. A few small chips to bottom and left edges. Willem Blaeu (1571-1638) was a prolific Dutch mapmaker who started one of the most famous map publishing firms of the 17th century. It was at this time that the Dutch controlled the map trade, and their ornate and beautiful maps had immense popularity. Blaeu was instrumental in driving this dominance in his lifetime, and this legacy was continued by his sons.
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2009-10-02 03:35:49
Hulst.
Kopergravure. Panorama van Hulst: Belegering door Prins Frederik Hendrik in 1645. . Handgekleurd. Afmeting: 41 x 15,2 cm. Geleverd in zuurvrij passe-partout.Tekst inzet rechtsonderin: 'Afbeeldinge van de Galderije, en op wat wijze de zelve bij nacht wert twegestelt om over de Stadts gracht in de walle te geraecken Representation de la Galerije, et la maniere comment elle se fait de nuicit, pour passer les Fosses de la Ville jusquies dan les rempars'. De marges zijn vernieuwd.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Boekenbeurs [Middelburg, Netherlands]
2009-09-09 16:19:48
Saumaise, Claude
Leiden, Maire 1645. 17 cm. (38), 434, (14, letzte 2 weiß) Seiten Umschlag der Zeit - Jöcher IV, 66f - Böhm-Bawerk S. 29 ff. - Die Zinslehre von Charles Dumoulin (Molinäus (1500-1566), wurde von anderen Juristen aufgenommen und a. von Hugo Grotius und besonders von dem französischen Kalvinisten Claude de Saumaise (Salmasius 1588-1653), der als Professor in Leyden in mehreren Schriften für die Produktivität des Geldes eintrat. Beginnend mit seiner Schrift "De usuris" (1638) eröffnete der den Gelehrtenstreit über das Zinsverbot. Das vorliegende Werk und die daran gebundenen Streitschriften geben Zeugnis von der Auseinandersetzung über die neuen Lehren. "Sie haben Richtung und Inhalt der Zinstheorie fur mehr als hundert Jahre fast aus schließlich bestimmt, und selbst in der heutigen Doktrin sind, ... noch manche Nachwirkungen der Salmasianischen Lehre erkennbar. ... Sie bezeichnet nicht allein einen Fortschritt, sondern für lange Zeit auch einen Höhepunkt des Fortschritts. Für mehr als hundert Jahre bestand die weitere Entwicklung fast in nichts anderem, als daß man Salmasius' Lehre immer allgemeiner annahm, mit mehr oder minder geschickten Variationen vortrug, und seinen Argumenten den jeweils zeitgemäßen Zuschnitt gab. Über ihn hinausgekommen ist man aber im Grunde nicht bis auf die Zeit von Smith und Turgot. (Böhm-Bawerk) Angebunden: Wissenbach, Johann Jakob: Confutatio Diatribe de mutuo, tribus disputationibus ventilatae. Leiden, Maire, 1645. (14), 358, (10) Seiten - Vgl. ADB 548f - Wissenbach (1607 - 1665) wurde hauptsächlich durch seine gegen Salmasius gerichteten Str … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2009-06-18 21:57:56
BLAEU, Joan Willem, 1598-1673 :
Bookseller: Ash Rare Books [United Kingdom]
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2009-05-29 16:44:29
Altkolorierte Kupferstich-Karte von Willem Jansz. Blaeu um 1645. 41.8x50.5 cm. - Koeman 2 2620:2 - Württemberg mit angrenzenden Gebieten zwischen Heidelberg, Schwäbisch Hall, Lauingen / Donau, Memmingen, Villingen / Schwarzwald, Freiburg und dem Rhein von Straßburg bis Mannheim, mit Stuttgart im Zentrum der Karte. Dekoratives Blatt mit großem Wappen und schöner Kartusche mit Weinreben und Putten. 2 kl. Rostflecke, im Papierrand schwach braunfleckig.
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2009-03-24 17:31:55
Reichard, Georg
Nordhausen, Gutknecht 1645. 20 cm. (8), 176 Seiten mit 1 blattgroßen Holzschnitt, Umschlag - ADB 27, 622 - Bircher C 289-292 (vgl.) - Weller, Druckorte I, 27 - Erstausgabe des nahezu unbekannten fünften Teils seiner Weissagungen mit dem fingierten Druckvermerk "Warnungsburg in Deutschland Bey Christian Gutfreund". Weller vermutet Halle als Druckort. Dieser Teil ist den Bürgermeistern, Ratsherren, Richtern, etc. der von den Prophezeiungen betroffenen Städten gewidmet, z. B.: Hamburg, Bremen, Lübeck, Lüneburg, Stade, Emden, Jever, Magdeburg, Danzig, Königsberg, Elbing, Thorn, Leipzig, Dessau, Köln. Der Holzschnitt zeigt des Verfassers Vision von den vier Sonnen über der Stadt Hamburg. Seite 81 mit Zwischentitel "Ein schöner Aug-Apffel, Das ist, Ein recht schönes, Geistreiches Gesicht und Offenbarung unsers Herrn Gottes ..." mit Druckvermerk: Nordhausen, Gutknecht. Stellenweise papierbedingt gebräunt, Titelblatt im Rand ergänzt mit unbedeutendem Textverlust -
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