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2017-11-16 14:15:08
March 13, [1645]. An unusually ornate and fine content manuscript Document Signed by approximately 74 individuals, mostly with marks, together with vellum strips affixed to the bottom (some adorned with additional manuscript) and many bearing small wax seals, one page, 22.5" x 17" with scallop top, Duxbury, Lancashire, March 13, [1645]. Extremely light toning at expected folds, majority of text quite bright and distinct. <br /><br />Richard Standish (1620 - 1662) English politician who sat in the House of Commons for Preston from 1659 - 60. Richard was the son of Thomas Standish (c. 1593 - 1642) who sat in Parliament for Preston during the Short Parliament of 1640 and in the Long Parliament until 1642. Standish, who lived at Duxbury Manor in Lancashire, was very possibly a relative of Myles Standish, one of the founders of Plymouth Colony in 1620.<br /><br />An unusual document in which the approximately seventy named individuals, residents of Duxbury, Chorley, Heath Charnock, collectively sell their lands and homes to Richard Standish for the sum of £1000. The document appears to be part of Standish's consolidation of control over Duxbury Manor which had been in the hands of his father Thomas Standish, who died around 1642.<br /><br />Much is known and has been written concerning the life of Myles Standish (c. 1584 - 1656) after he became associated with the English Separatists (i.e. Pilgrims) who founded the colony of Plymouth in 1620. However, very little is known about Standish's early life including his place of birth, and for nearly two centuries, this question ha … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: University Archives [U.S.A.]
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2017-11-15 12:04:28
Merian, Matthaeus:
Grafik 1645. original Kupferstich aus Merian\'s \"Theatrum Europaeum\" von ca. 1645 - von 2 Platten gedruckt - Blattmasse: ca. 71 x 33 cm - Plattenmasse: ca. 64,5 x 21 cm - teils etwas fleckig, sonst gut erhalten | original copper engraving out of Merian\'s \"Theatrum Europaeum\" from circa 1645 - printed from two plates - partly slightly stained, otherwise in good condition. | Dies ist ein Original! - Kein Nachdruck! - Keine Kopie! -- This is an original! No copy! - No reprint! Versand D: 5,00 EUR
Bookseller: Antiquariat Völkel
2017-11-13 18:47:44
Bad Sobernheim / Sponheim -:
Frankfurt, Merian, um 1645. Circa 21 x 29,5 cm. 1 Blatt verso weiß Oben: Ansicht der Stadt zwischen Hunsrück und Nordpfälzer Bergland mit Blick über die Felder. Unen: Ansicht des ehemaligen Benediktinerklosters Sponheim, links der gleichnamige Ort. "- In den breiten Rändern minimal fleckig, Bug im unteren Rand alt hinterlegt, sonst schönes, sauberes Blatt mit kräftigem Abdruck.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek [München, Germany]
2017-11-11 17:14:09
1645. Map : 'De Belegeringe van de Stadt Hulst .' (The siege of Hulst by the Prince of Orange, 1645.) Copper engraved map of the siege of Hulst in the Netherlands by the Prince of Orange at the end of the eighty years war. Cartouche with legend and scale. Copper engraving on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Description: This plan originates from the famous city Atlas: 'Toneel der Steeden' published by Joan Blaeu 1649.Artists and Engravers: Joan Blaeu (23 September 1596 - 28 May 1673) was a Dutch cartographer. He was born in Alkmaar, the son of cartographer Willem Blaeu.In 1620 he became a doctor of law but he joined the work of his father. In 1635 they published the Atlas Novus (full title: Theatrum orbis terrarum, sive, Atlas novus) in two volumes. Joan and his brother Cornelius took over the studio after their father died in 1638. Joan became the official cartographer of the Dutch East India Company. Around 1649 Joan Blaeu published a collection of Dutch city maps named Tooneel der Steeden (Views of Cities). In 1651 he was voted into the Amsterdam council. In 1654 Joan published the first atlas of Scotland, devised by Timothy Pont. In 1662 he reissued the atlas with 11 volumes, and one for oceans. It was also known as Atlas Maior. A cosmology was planned as their next project, but a fire destroyed the studio completely in 1672. Joan Blaeu died in Amsterdam the following year. Condition: Excellent; general age related toning; some light staining. Storage location: B24-35 The overall size is ca. 25.2 x 20.5 inch. The image size is ca. 22 x 17.1 inch. The overall s … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-11-10 15:08:05
DINKELSBÜHL:
- Kupferstich aus Les glorieuses conquêtes de Louis le Grand b. Sébastien de Pontault de Beaulieu dit le Donjon in Paris, 1646, 45 x 53,5 Tooley's Dic. of Mapm., S. 45. - Befestigungsplan mit Truppenstellungen und Karte der Umgebung im Jahre 1645. - Am unteren Rand Soldatenszenerie. - Unten rechts Insetkarte '"Carte du Gouvernement de Dinckespuhel" mit Dinkeslbühl und Umgebung. - Oben rechts Erklärungen. - Oben links Titelkartusche. - Das Blatt mit prachtvoller Bordüre verziert. - Perfekter Zustand!
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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2017-11-10 13:54:52
FALKENSTEIN (Donnersbergkr.):
- Kupferstich v. Merian, 1645, 13,5 x 18
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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2017-11-08 08:02:24
Merian, Matthaeus:
Grafik. originalKupferstich aus Merian's "Theatrum Europaeum" von ca. 1645 - von 2 Platten gedruckt - Blattmasse: ca.71 x33 cm - Plattenmasse: ca. 64,5 x 21 cm - teils etwas fleckig, sonst gut erhalten | original copper engraving out of Merian's "Theatrum Europaeum" from circa 1645 - printed from two plates - partly slightly stained, otherwise in good condition. | Dies ist ein Original! - Kein Nachdruck! - Keine Kopie! -- This is an original! No copy! - No reprint! Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1500
Bookseller: Antiquariat Steffen Völkel GmbH [Seubersdorf, Germany]
2017-11-08 08:02:24
Merian, Matthaeus:
Grafik. originalKupferstich aus Merian's "Theatrum Europaeum" von ca. 1645 - Blattmasse: ca.38 x33 cm - Plattenmasse: ca. 34,5 x 22 cm - teils leicht fleckig, sonst gut erhalten | original copper engraving out of Merian's "Theatrum Europaeum" from circa 1645 - partly slightly stained, otherwise in good condition. | Dies ist ein Original! - Kein Nachdruck! - Keine Kopie! -- This is an original! No copy! - No reprint! Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1500
Bookseller: Antiquariat Steffen Völkel GmbH [Seubersdorf, Germany]
2017-11-06 17:05:56
(à la fin:) Impresso en Genova, y aora nuevamente en Barcelona, por Gabriel Nogues, 1645. - in-4. 4ff. Cartonnage moderne genre ancien. Rare impression barcelonaise de cet ouvrage qui relate un fait divers survenu à Rome le 2 avril 1645. L'auteur anonyme de ce récit, qui indique dans le titre être un espagnol résidant à la Curie Romaine, s'adresse à un ministre de l'Etat de Milan (alors province espagnole), pour dénoncer la violente attaque perpétrée par des soldats espagnols contre un prieur portugais. A cette même époque se déroulait en effet la guerre d'indépendance du Portugal contre l'Espagne. Cette édition est l'une des trois éditions publiées la même année à Gênes, Barcelone et Lisbonne et dont le manuscrit original est peut-être celui conservé à la Bibliothèque Nationale de France. Manque au N.U.C. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas
2017-11-05 17:53:37
Lilly, William
The Cock in Ludgate-street, London: John Partridge and Humphrey Blunden, 1645. pp[viii][88]. William Lilly (1602-1681) was a celebrated astrologer who found himself at the center of London society at a time of great change - when the Parliament was asserting its rights over King Charles I. He found himself in the company of members of the "Long Parliament" of 1640-1660, and only fell out of favor after the Restoration of Charles II. Bound in half-leather, with chips missing from surface of boards. Title page foxed and with small closed tear. First eight pages trimmed closely. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Good.
Bookseller: Dark and Stormy Night Books [U.S.A.]
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2017-11-05 14:35:55
1645. Antique Master Print, untitled. Personification of the visual arts. A putto holds a laurel wreath over the head of a female figure holding a pallette Mezzotint on hand laid paper. Description: Individually published master print. State: Only state, from the collectionf F. Bernstein (Lugt 982b) Ref: Hollstein 38 Rare. Hollstein mentions only one known impression in AmsterdamArtists and Engravers: Made by Jan van Somer after Guido Reni. Jan van Somer (ca. 1645-1after 1699) was one of the early users of the mezzotint technique. Guido Reni (1575-1642) was active as a fresco painter in the end of the 16th. Century. He was held in great esteem for his art. Condition: Very good, given age. Paper somewhat browned, good margins. Some foxing in the margins. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: R1-082 LA The overall size is ca. 7 x 8.9 inch. The image size is ca. 5.7 x 7.5 inch. The overall size is ca. 17.7 x 22.7 cm. The image size is ca. 14.6 x 19.1 cm.
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-11-05 02:33:01
Rouck, Thomas de
Amsterdam, Jan Janssen, 1645. 2 vols. in 1. 4o. Full vellum, good condition. 370+56 pag. Illustrated with many heraldic engravings in the text and some full page, full figure portraits of historical figures. First edition of De Rouck's work on heraldry, of which two more editions would be published in 1672 en 1673, but with different titles. It is the oldest and only Dutch work on heraldry until the mid nineteenth century. H210.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. VAN DER STEUR
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2017-11-04 20:24:56
1645. Very rare anatomical print. Plate, Lib. VIII, Tab. IV. Plate, showing two images of the stomach, both from the front and the rear, and the adjacent colon. As the key to this plate(s) is on the rear of previous plate, as issued, a copy of this key is included when applicable. Copperplate engraving on a verge type handlaid paper. Description: This very fine engraving originates from 'Anatomica operum omnium' by Adrianus Spigelius (Adriaan van den Spiegel), published by J. Blaeu, Amsterdam 1645. This splendidly produced edition of Spigelius' Collected Works was edited by the Dutch physician, Johannes Antonides van der Linden. This folio volume is illustrated with 117 anatomical plates. 78 Of these plates originate from Casserius, intended to illustrate his 'Theatrum Anatomicum', a great anatomical atlas that was still unpublished at his death in 1616. The remainder of the plates was prepared by Bucretius. The complete set of plates is seen as the most important anatomical illustration of the post-Vesalian period, and among the finest produced in the seventeenth century. Since before 1600 Casserius had been working on a fully-illustrated anatomical treatise, which he hired Fialetti to illustrate. His "De Vocis" of 1601 concludes with a promise to publish a treatise on the anatomy of the whole human body with illustrations. However, at the time of his early death in 1616 Casserio left 86 spectacular anatomical drawings by Fialetti, and also possibly their engravings, but no text. Casserius and the co-author of this work, Adrian van der Spiegel, both studied under Fabricius … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-11-04 20:24:56
Very rare anatomical print. Plate, Lib. VIII, Tab. XVII. Plate, showing various images (including cross-sections) of the female abdomen and reproductive organ. As the key to this plate(s) is on the rear of previous plate, as issued, a copy of this key is included when applicable. Copperplate engraving on a verge type handlaid paper. Description: This very fine engraving originates from 'Anatomica operum omnium' by Adrianus Spigelius (Adriaan van den Spiegel), published by J. Blaeu, Amsterdam 1645. This splendidly produced edition of Spigelius' Collected Works was edited by the Dutch physician, Johannes Antonides van der Linden. This folio volume is illustrated with 117 anatomical plates. 78 Of these plates originate from Casserius, intended to illustrate his 'Theatrum Anatomicum', a great anatomical atlas that was still unpublished at his death in 1616. The remainder of the plates was prepared by Bucretius. The complete set of plates is seen as the most important anatomical illustration of the post-Vesalian period, and among the finest produced in the seventeenth century. Since before 1600 Casserius had been working on a fully-illustrated anatomical treatise, which he hired Fialetti to illustrate. His "De Vocis" of 1601 concludes with a promise to publish a treatise on the anatomy of the whole human body with illustrations. However, at the time of his early death in 1616 Casserio left 86 spectacular anatomical drawings by Fialetti, and also possibly their engravings, but no text. Casserius and the co-author of this work, Adrian van der Spiegel, both studied under Fabricius … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-11-02 13:54:07
1645. Very rare anatomical print. Plate, Lib. VIII, Tab. V. Plate, showing the stomach, intestines, colon and appendix. As the key to this plate(s) is on the rear of previous plate, as issued, a copy of this key is included when applicable. Copperplate engraving on a verge type handlaid paper. Description: This very fine engraving originates from 'Anatomica operum omnium' by Adrianus Spigelius (Adriaan van den Spiegel), published by J. Blaeu, Amsterdam 1645. This splendidly produced edition of Spigelius' Collected Works was edited by the Dutch physician, Johannes Antonides van der Linden. This folio volume is illustrated with 117 anatomical plates. 78 Of these plates originate from Casserius, intended to illustrate his 'Theatrum Anatomicum', a great anatomical atlas that was still unpublished at his death in 1616. The remainder of the plates was prepared by Bucretius. The complete set of plates is seen as the most important anatomical illustration of the post-Vesalian period, and among the finest produced in the seventeenth century. Since before 1600 Casserius had been working on a fully-illustrated anatomical treatise, which he hired Fialetti to illustrate. His "De Vocis" of 1601 concludes with a promise to publish a treatise on the anatomy of the whole human body with illustrations. However, at the time of his early death in 1616 Casserio left 86 spectacular anatomical drawings by Fialetti, and also possibly their engravings, but no text. Casserius and the co-author of this work, Adrian van der Spiegel, both studied under Fabricius ab Aquapendente (Fabrici) at the Univers … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-11-02 13:54:07
1645. Very rare anatomical print. Plate, Lib. II, Tab. IX. Plate, showing the bones of the hands and arms, hip bones and tailbones. As the key to this plate(s) is on the rear of previous plate, as issued, a copy of this key is included when applicable. Copperplate engraving on a verge type handlaid paper. Description: This very fine engraving originates from 'Anatomica operum omnium' by Adrianus Spigelius (Adriaan van den Spiegel), published by J. Blaeu, Amsterdam 1645. This splendidly produced edition of Spigelius' Collected Works was edited by the Dutch physician, Johannes Antonides van der Linden. This folio volume is illustrated with 117 anatomical plates. 78 Of these plates originate from Casserius, intended to illustrate his 'Theatrum Anatomicum', a great anatomical atlas that was still unpublished at his death in 1616. The remainder of the plates was prepared by Bucretius. The complete set of plates is seen as the most important anatomical illustration of the post-Vesalian period, and among the finest produced in the seventeenth century. Since before 1600 Casserius had been working on a fully-illustrated anatomical treatise, which he hired Fialetti to illustrate. His "De Vocis" of 1601 concludes with a promise to publish a treatise on the anatomy of the whole human body with illustrations. However, at the time of his early death in 1616 Casserio left 86 spectacular anatomical drawings by Fialetti, and also possibly their engravings, but no text. Casserius and the co-author of this work, Adrian van der Spiegel, both studied under Fabricius ab Aquapendente (Fabrici) at … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-11-02 13:54:07
1645. Very rare anatomical print. Plate, Lib. VIII, Tab. XVI. Plate, showing various images (including cross-sections) of the male reproductive organ. As the key to this plate(s) is on the rear of previous plate, as issued, a copy of this key is included when applicable. Copperplate engraving on a verge type handlaid paper. Description: This very fine engraving originates from 'Anatomica operum omnium' by Adrianus Spigelius (Adriaan van den Spiegel), published by J. Blaeu, Amsterdam 1645. This splendidly produced edition of Spigelius' Collected Works was edited by the Dutch physician, Johannes Antonides van der Linden. This folio volume is illustrated with 117 anatomical plates. 78 Of these plates originate from Casserius, intended to illustrate his 'Theatrum Anatomicum', a great anatomical atlas that was still unpublished at his death in 1616. The remainder of the plates was prepared by Bucretius. The complete set of plates is seen as the most important anatomical illustration of the post-Vesalian period, and among the finest produced in the seventeenth century. Since before 1600 Casserius had been working on a fully-illustrated anatomical treatise, which he hired Fialetti to illustrate. His "De Vocis" of 1601 concludes with a promise to publish a treatise on the anatomy of the whole human body with illustrations. However, at the time of his early death in 1616 Casserio left 86 spectacular anatomical drawings by Fialetti, and also possibly their engravings, but no text. Casserius and the co-author of this work, Adrian van der Spiegel, both studied under Fabricius ab Aquape … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-11-02 04:18:25
Bacon (François] (1561-1626)
Apud Franciscum Moiardum Et Adrianum Wijngaerde, 1645. engraved title page; 749, [72] pages; . .. De dignitate et augmentis scientiarum, libri IX. Lugd. Batav. Originally published in English in 1605 with the title "On the Proficiency and Advancement of Learning" and then translated into Latin in 1623. The first part of the " Is devoted to the exaltation of science, while the second part examines the progress of science. De augmentis, concerned with the classification of philosophy and the sciences develops Bacons view of the connection between science and theology. Bound in later [prob 18th century] smooth green calf leather ruled in gilt. All edges gilt. Silk marker ribbon. Engraved tp. Printed title page with 1/2 inch tear to margin that may be a worm track just one page thick. Otherwise volume is near fine, solidly bound and clean. 5" x 2.75".
Bookseller: PoorMansBooks [VINELAND, New Jersey, US]
2017-11-01 18:43:35
1645. Antique Master Print, untitled. An Italian landscape with a herd of animals and a monkey sitting on the back of a horse. Etching on laid paper. Description: Very good impression. State: Only state. Ref: Hollstein 5. Provenance: Rietstra (Not in Lugt).Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Govert van der Leeuw' after own design. Govert van der Leeuw (Dutch; 1645-1688) originated from Dordrecht. He worked in Italy for some years and is also known as Gabriele da Leone. Condition: Very good, given age. Small margins, on three sides. Laid down on a support sheet. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: TPCLA-C29-37 The overall size is ca. 9.3 x 6.7 inch. The image size is ca. 8.9 x 6.5 inch. The overall size is ca. 23.6 x 17.1 cm. The image size is ca. 22.5 x 16.6 cm.
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-31 22:51:37
- Antique Master Print, titled: 'Dordrecht.' - View of Dordrecht from the Merwede river. Etching on hand laid paper. Description: Edition published by L. Meyssens, ca. 1650. State: First state of 2. Ref: New Hollstein 1166.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Wenzel Hollar' after 'Johannes Peeters'. Vaclav Hollar, known in England as Wenceslaus or Wenceslas and in Germany as Wenzel Hollar (1607-1677), was a reknowned Bohemian etcher, who lived in England for much of his life. He was born in Prague, and died in London, being buried at St Margaret's Church, Westminster. His oeuvre is vast, but difficult to find in early impressions. Ioan / Jan Peeters I (1624-1677) was a Flemish Baroque painter who specialised in seascapes and shipwrecks known as Zeekens (small seascapes). Brother of Jacob Peeters. Condition: Very good, given age. No margins. Slight paper loss in lower left corner, remargined. Some remains of paper from previous attachment on rear. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: LA-C2-44 The overall size is ca. 8.6 x 6.1 inch. The image size is ca. 8.6 x 6.1 inch. The overall size is ca. 21.9 x 15.6 cm. The image size is ca. 21.9 x 15.6 cm.
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Netherlands]
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2017-10-31 11:00:05
BLAEU:
W. Blaeu, 1645. Framed size approx 26 x 23 inches. Engraved surfaces approx 20 x 16 ins. Double-glazed in gold wood frame with ivory mount behind glass. (Front and Back.) In very good condition. Some darkening/tanning to paper, vertical centre crease. Lovely bright, crisp colouring. A beautiful clean example. Original engraved map with hand colouring.
Bookseller: PROCTOR / THE ANTIQUE MAP & BOOKSHOP [DORCHESTER, United Kingdom]
2017-10-28 12:39:51
(Alpes-de-Hautes-Provence) COMBE (Jean de).
Aix, Estienne David, 1645, demi-veau XIXe. -Ex-libris manuscrits à la plume sur le titre et sur le dernier f. liminaire. -Très bel exemplaire, grand de marges, dans une bonne reliure XIXe en veau glacé. petit in-8 de (16)-420 pp. ; Edition originale. Très rare.Xavier Lavagne, Index aureliana Provence, Aix n° 508, n'en localise que 6 exemplaires : (Aix, Arbaud ; British Library ; BIUM ; B.N.F. et B.M. Marseille, dont l'exemplaire semble incomplet) ; le CCFr. et le Worldcat n'en recensent aucun autre ; J.B.F. Carrère, Cat. raisonné des ouvrages qui ont été publiés sur les eaux minérales [...]. Paris, 1785 n° 19.Les Romains découvrirent les eaux chaudes et sulfureuses de Gréoux et y construisirent des thermes. L'intérêt médical de ces eaux fut redécouvert au début du XVIIe siècle, principalement par Jean de Combe, qui consacra un ouvrage au thermalisme à Gréoux. C'est le 2e ouvrage sur le sujet et le principal.Jean de Combe découvrit également une pierre gravée avec une inscription latine, qui donna longtemps lieu à des supputations quant à sa signification.Dans le premier livre, il analyse l'intérêt de ces eaux, inventorie les maladies dans lesquelles elles sont utiles et précise leur précaution d'emploi. Le deuxième livre est consacré à l'explication de la température élevée des eaux et décrit les propriétés de leurs différents principes actifs : soufre, nitre, vitriol, etc.. Le troisième livre concerne l'usage des bains dans l'Antiquité et leur intérêt. L'ouvrage se conclut par un chapitre Loix thermales ou maximes générales nécessaires à ceux qui se veulent servir des bain … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Philippe Sérignan [France, Avignon]
2017-10-28 11:49:05
Rügen.-
1645 - Unten links mit einer reich verzierten Titelkartusche, links und rechts Bordüren mit je 15 Wappen rügenscher Städte, Ortschaften und Gemeinden. Gewicht in Gramm: 500
Bookseller: Antiquariat Daniel Schramm e.K.
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2017-10-27 10:17:08
Lilly, William; Wharton, George
Sign of the Cocke in Ludgate Streete, London: John Partridge and Humphrey Blunden, 1645. pp[8]1-54[1][8]1-88[12]. Three books bound in one. Two by William Lilly: "A Collection of Ancient and Moderne Prophesies", and "Anglicus, Peace or no Peace". One by George Wharton: "An Astrological Judgement upon His Majesties Present Martch: Begun from Oxford, May 7, 1645." William Lilly (1602-1681) was a celebrated astrologer who found himself at the center of London society at a time of great change, when the Parliament was asserting its rights over King Charles I. He found himself in the company of members of the "Long Parliament" of 1640-1660, and only fell out of favor after the Restoration of Charles II. Bound in half-leather, with some wear to the edges of the boards. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Good.
Bookseller: Dark and Stormy Night Books
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2017-10-25 23:12:51
Bacon, Francis
Lugd. Bat. [Leyden]: Adrianum Wijngaerde et Franciscum Moyardum(1645). 12mo. [xxii], 435pp. Engraved title-page 'Multi pertranfibunt de augebiteur scientia' depicting two sailing ships between two columns [the pillars of Hercules "Many will pass through and knowledge will be the greater"]. 12.5 x 7.5 cms. Original full vellum binding with Latin Text hand-written ink title to the spine. Unworn state. Trifle dusty. No inscriptions or book-plates present. Bacon's celebrated masterpiece of scientific thought. FIRST PUBLISHED IN 1620 Not pub. in English until 1676. A SCARCE ITEM. PLEASE EMAIL FOR PHOTOS.. Book Condition: V.g.. Binding: full Vellum
Bookseller: Thomas Rare Books [Yaxley,, Suffolk, GB]
2017-10-25 12:37:56
1645. Antique Master Print, titled: 'Tobie II' - A scene from the Book of Tobit: Tobiah/Tobias (the son of Tobit) takes leave of his father and mother, under the care of the angel Raphael (disguised as family). In the background another scene is visible, where the fish nearly eats Tobiah's foot. Etching & engraving on hand laid paper. Watermark: Grapes with monogram and lily; countermark A. L. Heritier (= from the city of Rioms in the Auvergne -region, ca. 1645). Description: Published by Philippe Huart I in Paris, ca. 1640. Very interesting print, which shows similarities with the landscapes of Willem van Nieulandt form the set Hollstein 76-111, published at the same time in Paris.Artists and Engravers: Anonymous. Condition: Very good, given age. Full margins, original central fold. Some small stains and creasing in the margins. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: TPCLA-B3-01 The overall size is ca. 18.1 x 13.4 inch. The image size is ca. 13.8 x 11.4 inch. The overall size is ca. 46 x 34 cm. The image size is ca. 35 x 29 cm.
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-24 15:52:50
- Antique Master Print, titled: 'Christianus Rompf ' - Portrait of Christian Rumpf, physician to Frederik Hendrik of Orange and Frederick of Bohemia. Engraving on laid paper. Watermark: Five pointed foolscap. (=period) Description: Source unknown, to be determined. State: Second state of 4. Ref: Hollstein 6. Impression with the signature in pen. Rare, only one sold with this in 1909.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Hendrik Danckerts' after own design. Hendrik Danckerts (ca. 1625-1680) worked in The Hague. He travelled to Italy and England. Condition: Very good, given age. Ample margins, old central fold . Attached to carrier sheet. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: R1-043 LATPC The overall size is ca. 11 x 14.4 inch. The image size is ca. 10 x 13.2 inch. The overall size is ca. 27.9 x 36.5 cm. The image size is ca. 25.3 x 33.5 cm.
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector
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2017-10-24 13:32:35
- Very rare anatomical print. Plate, Lib. VI, Tab. II-III. Set of 2 plates, showing the veins, arteries and blood vessels of a standing human figure, seen from the front. As the key to this plate(s) is on the rear of previous plate, as issued, a copy of this key is included when applicable. Copperplate engraving on a verge type handlaid paper. Description: This very fine engraving originates from 'Anatomica operum omnium' by Adrianus Spigelius (Adriaan van den Spiegel), published by J. Blaeu, Amsterdam 1645. This splendidly produced edition of Spigelius' Collected Works was edited by the Dutch physician, Johannes Antonides van der Linden. This folio volume is illustrated with 117 anatomical plates. 78 Of these plates originate from Casserius, intended to illustrate his 'Theatrum Anatomicum', a great anatomical atlas that was still unpublished at his death in 1616. The remainder of the plates was prepared by Bucretius. The complete set of plates is seen as the most important anatomical illustration of the post-Vesalian period, and among the finest produced in the seventeenth century. Since before 1600 Casserius had been working on a fully-illustrated anatomical treatise, which he hired Fialetti to illustrate. His "De Vocis" of 1601 concludes with a promise to publish a treatise on the anatomy of the whole human body with illustrations. However, at the time of his early death in 1616 Casserio left 86 spectacular anatomical drawings by Fialetti, and also possibly their engravings, but no text. Casserius and the co-author of this work, Adrian van der Spiegel, both studied under … [Click Below for Full Description]
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1645. Very rare anatomical print. Plate, Lib. V, Tab. I-II. Set of two plates of naked male anatomical models, assisting in revealing the interior of their stomach. Shows are intestines, peritoneum, and generally the abdominal cavity. The blood vessels in the skin are clearly visible. Both men are depcited within decorated landscape backgrounds. As the key to this plate(s) is on the rear of previous plate, as issued, a copy of this key is included when applicable. Copperplate engraving on a verge type handlaid paper. Description: This very fine engraving originates from 'Anatomica operum omnium' by Adrianus Spigelius (Adriaan van den Spiegel), published by J. Blaeu, Amsterdam 1645. This splendidly produced edition of Spigelius' Collected Works was edited by the Dutch physician, Johannes Antonides van der Linden. This folio volume is illustrated with 117 anatomical plates. 78 Of these plates originate from Casserius, intended to illustrate his 'Theatrum Anatomicum', a great anatomical atlas that was still unpublished at his death in 1616. The remainder of the plates was prepared by Bucretius. The complete set of plates is seen as the most important anatomical illustration of the post-Vesalian period, and among the finest produced in the seventeenth century. Since before 1600 Casserius had been working on a fully-illustrated anatomical treatise, which he hired Fialetti to illustrate. His "De Vocis" of 1601 concludes with a promise to publish a treatise on the anatomy of the whole human body with illustrations. However, at the time of his early death in 1616 Casserio left 86 s … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-24 13:32:35
Very rare anatomical print. Plate, Lib. VIII, Tab. XX-XXI. Set of 2 plates, showing the female organs kidneys, bladder, spleen and womb. As the key to this plate(s) is on the rear of previous plate, as issued, a copy of this key is included when applicable. Copperplate engraving on a verge type handlaid paper. Description: This very fine engraving originates from 'Anatomica operum omnium' by Adrianus Spigelius (Adriaan van den Spiegel), published by J. Blaeu, Amsterdam 1645. This splendidly produced edition of Spigelius' Collected Works was edited by the Dutch physician, Johannes Antonides van der Linden. This folio volume is illustrated with 117 anatomical plates. 78 Of these plates originate from Casserius, intended to illustrate his 'Theatrum Anatomicum', a great anatomical atlas that was still unpublished at his death in 1616. The remainder of the plates was prepared by Bucretius. The complete set of plates is seen as the most important anatomical illustration of the post-Vesalian period, and among the finest produced in the seventeenth century. Since before 1600 Casserius had been working on a fully-illustrated anatomical treatise, which he hired Fialetti to illustrate. His "De Vocis" of 1601 concludes with a promise to publish a treatise on the anatomy of the whole human body with illustrations. However, at the time of his early death in 1616 Casserio left 86 spectacular anatomical drawings by Fialetti, and also possibly their engravings, but no text. Casserius and the co-author of this work, Adrian van der Spiegel, both studied under Fabricius ab Aquapendente (Fabric … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-24 13:32:35
1645. Very rare anatomical print. Plate, Lib. VIII, Tab. XIII-XIV. Set of 2 plates, showing the male organs kidney, bladder, testes and the penis. As the key to this plate(s) is on the rear of previous plate, as issued, a copy of this key is included when applicable. Copperplate engraving on a verge type handlaid paper. Description: This very fine engraving originates from 'Anatomica operum omnium' by Adrianus Spigelius (Adriaan van den Spiegel), published by J. Blaeu, Amsterdam 1645. This splendidly produced edition of Spigelius' Collected Works was edited by the Dutch physician, Johannes Antonides van der Linden. This folio volume is illustrated with 117 anatomical plates. 78 Of these plates originate from Casserius, intended to illustrate his 'Theatrum Anatomicum', a great anatomical atlas that was still unpublished at his death in 1616. The remainder of the plates was prepared by Bucretius. The complete set of plates is seen as the most important anatomical illustration of the post-Vesalian period, and among the finest produced in the seventeenth century. Since before 1600 Casserius had been working on a fully-illustrated anatomical treatise, which he hired Fialetti to illustrate. His "De Vocis" of 1601 concludes with a promise to publish a treatise on the anatomy of the whole human body with illustrations. However, at the time of his early death in 1616 Casserio left 86 spectacular anatomical drawings by Fialetti, and also possibly their engravings, but no text. Casserius and the co-author of this work, Adrian van der Spiegel, both studied under Fabricius ab Aquapenden … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-24 13:32:35
Very rare anatomical print. Plate, Tab. I-IV. Set of 4 plates and complete section of the book titled "De Venis Lacteis". These four plates and text deal with female breast tissue and the mammary gland. One of the plates shows the gall bladder, liver and bile duct. As the key to this plate(s) is on the rear of previous plate, as issued, a copy of this key is included when applicable. Copperplate engraving on a verge type handlaid paper. Description: This very fine engraving originates from 'Anatomica operum omnium' by Adrianus Spigelius (Adriaan van den Spiegel), published by J. Blaeu, Amsterdam 1645. This splendidly produced edition of Spigelius' Collected Works was edited by the Dutch physician, Johannes Antonides van der Linden. This folio volume is illustrated with 117 anatomical plates. 78 Of these plates originate from Casserius, intended to illustrate his 'Theatrum Anatomicum', a great anatomical atlas that was still unpublished at his death in 1616. The remainder of the plates was prepared by Bucretius. The complete set of plates is seen as the most important anatomical illustration of the post-Vesalian period, and among the finest produced in the seventeenth century. Since before 1600 Casserius had been working on a fully-illustrated anatomical treatise, which he hired Fialetti to illustrate. His "De Vocis" of 1601 concludes with a promise to publish a treatise on the anatomy of the whole human body with illustrations. However, at the time of his early death in 1616 Casserio left 86 spectacular anatomical drawings by Fialetti, and also possibly their engravings, bu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-24 13:32:35
Very rare anatomical print. Plate, Lib. VIII, Tab. XI-XII. Set of 2 plates, showing portraits of standing naked men, from the knee up. The stomachs of both men have been opened, revealing the organs in the abdominal cavity - spleen, liver, kidneys, testes, bladder and the associated main blood vessels. As the key to this plate(s) is on the rear of previous plate, as issued, a copy of this key is included when applicable. Copperplate engraving on a verge type handlaid paper. Description: This very fine engraving originates from 'Anatomica operum omnium' by Adrianus Spigelius (Adriaan van den Spiegel), published by J. Blaeu, Amsterdam 1645. This splendidly produced edition of Spigelius' Collected Works was edited by the Dutch physician, Johannes Antonides van der Linden. This folio volume is illustrated with 117 anatomical plates. 78 Of these plates originate from Casserius, intended to illustrate his 'Theatrum Anatomicum', a great anatomical atlas that was still unpublished at his death in 1616. The remainder of the plates was prepared by Bucretius. The complete set of plates is seen as the most important anatomical illustration of the post-Vesalian period, and among the finest produced in the seventeenth century. Since before 1600 Casserius had been working on a fully-illustrated anatomical treatise, which he hired Fialetti to illustrate. His "De Vocis" of 1601 concludes with a promise to publish a treatise on the anatomy of the whole human body with illustrations. However, at the time of his early death in 1616 Casserio left 86 spectacular anatomical drawings by Fialetti, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-24 13:32:35
Very rare anatomical print. Plate, Lib. IV, Tab. XVIII-XIX. Two plates showing a sitting naked man with exposed chest muscles. The figures are shown full-length within a decorative landscape background. As the key to this plate(s) is on the rear of previous plate, as issued, a copy of this key is included when applicable. Copperplate engraving on a verge type handlaid paper. Description: This very fine engraving originates from 'Anatomica operum omnium' by Adrianus Spigelius (Adriaan van den Spiegel), published by J. Blaeu, Amsterdam 1645. This splendidly produced edition of Spigelius' Collected Works was edited by the Dutch physician, Johannes Antonides van der Linden. This folio volume is illustrated with 117 anatomical plates. 78 Of these plates originate from Casserius, intended to illustrate his 'Theatrum Anatomicum', a great anatomical atlas that was still unpublished at his death in 1616. The remainder of the plates was prepared by Bucretius. The complete set of plates is seen as the most important anatomical illustration of the post-Vesalian period, and among the finest produced in the seventeenth century. Since before 1600 Casserius had been working on a fully-illustrated anatomical treatise, which he hired Fialetti to illustrate. His "De Vocis" of 1601 concludes with a promise to publish a treatise on the anatomy of the whole human body with illustrations. However, at the time of his early death in 1616 Casserio left 86 spectacular anatomical drawings by Fialetti, and also possibly their engravings, but no text. Casserius and the co-author of this work, Adrian van … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-24 13:32:35
Very rare anatomical print. Plate, Lib. VIII, Tab. I-III. Set of 3 plates, showing the peritoneum, and muscles of the stomach just below the skin, of standing naked men. These are portrayed from the knee up, against a decorative landscape background. As the key to this plate(s) is on the rear of previous plate, as issued, a copy of this key is included when applicable. Copperplate engraving on a verge type handlaid paper. Description: This very fine engraving originates from 'Anatomica operum omnium' by Adrianus Spigelius (Adriaan van den Spiegel), published by J. Blaeu, Amsterdam 1645. This splendidly produced edition of Spigelius' Collected Works was edited by the Dutch physician, Johannes Antonides van der Linden. This folio volume is illustrated with 117 anatomical plates. 78 Of these plates originate from Casserius, intended to illustrate his 'Theatrum Anatomicum', a great anatomical atlas that was still unpublished at his death in 1616. The remainder of the plates was prepared by Bucretius. The complete set of plates is seen as the most important anatomical illustration of the post-Vesalian period, and among the finest produced in the seventeenth century. Since before 1600 Casserius had been working on a fully-illustrated anatomical treatise, which he hired Fialetti to illustrate. His "De Vocis" of 1601 concludes with a promise to publish a treatise on the anatomy of the whole human body with illustrations. However, at the time of his early death in 1616 Casserio left 86 spectacular anatomical drawings by Fialetti, and also possibly their engravings, but no text. Cass … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
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2017-10-24 13:32:35
Very rare anatomical prints. Plate, Lib. I, Tab. I & II. Two plates, one showing a full-length portrait of a naked man, seen from the front. The other shows the rear of a naked man. Both of these plates with a decorative background. As the key to this plate(s) is on the rear of previous plate, as issued, a copy of this key is included when applicable. Copperplate engraving on a verge type handlaid paper. Description: This very fine engraving originates from 'Anatomica operum omnium' by Adrianus Spigelius (Adriaan van den Spiegel), published by J. Blaeu, Amsterdam 1645. This splendidly produced edition of Spigelius' Collected Works was edited by the Dutch physician, Johannes Antonides van der Linden. This folio volume is illustrated with 117 anatomical plates. 78 Of these plates originate from Casserius, intended to illustrate his 'Theatrum Anatomicum', a great anatomical atlas that was still unpublished at his death in 1616. The remainder of the plates was prepared by Bucretius. The complete set of plates is seen as the most important anatomical illustration of the post-Vesalian period, and among the finest produced in the seventeenth century. Since before 1600 Casserius had been working on a fully-illustrated anatomical treatise, which he hired Fialetti to illustrate. His "De Vocis" of 1601 concludes with a promise to publish a treatise on the anatomy of the whole human body with illustrations. However, at the time of his early death in 1616 Casserio left 86 spectacular anatomical drawings by Fialetti, and also possibly their engravings, but no text. Casserius and the co-a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-24 13:32:35
Very rare anatomical prints. Plate, Lib. IV, Tab. III-VII. Set of 5 plates, showing the muscles of the back of a man. Each of the plates shows a deeper layer of muscle. The portraits are full-length, in a decorated landscape background. As the key to this plate(s) is on the rear of previous plate, as issued, a copy of this key is included when applicable. Copperplate engraving on a verge type handlaid paper. Description: This very fine engraving originates from 'Anatomica operum omnium' by Adrianus Spigelius (Adriaan van den Spiegel), published by J. Blaeu, Amsterdam 1645. This splendidly produced edition of Spigelius' Collected Works was edited by the Dutch physician, Johannes Antonides van der Linden. This folio volume is illustrated with 117 anatomical plates. 78 Of these plates originate from Casserius, intended to illustrate his 'Theatrum Anatomicum', a great anatomical atlas that was still unpublished at his death in 1616. The remainder of the plates was prepared by Bucretius. The complete set of plates is seen as the most important anatomical illustration of the post-Vesalian period, and among the finest produced in the seventeenth century. Since before 1600 Casserius had been working on a fully-illustrated anatomical treatise, which he hired Fialetti to illustrate. His "De Vocis" of 1601 concludes with a promise to publish a treatise on the anatomy of the whole human body with illustrations. However, at the time of his early death in 1616 Casserio left 86 spectacular anatomical drawings by Fialetti, and also possibly their engravings, but no text. Casserius and the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-23 20:33:21
Joost van den Vondel
1645. Joost van den Vondel wird als den größten niederländischen Dichter bezeichnet. Es geht um drei Werke die in einem Band zusammengefasst wurden. 1. Altaer_Geheimenisse, Te Keulen, In de nieuwe Druckerye, 1645 (Erstdruck), 168 Seiten. 2. De Heerlykheit der Kerke, In Kolen, 1663 (Erstdruck), 100 Seiten 3. Briefen Der Heilige Maegden, Amsterdam 1687,76 Seiten. Der Einband ist aus Pergament. Das Buch ist in einem erstaunlich guten Zustand. Zwei von den drei Werke sind im Jahr der Veröffentlichung gedruckt worden, sind also Erstdrucke. 1640 konvertierte Vondel zur katholische Kirche. Diesen Aspekt findet man in diesen Bücher wieder. Da es in der Zeit politisch nicht einfach war zur katholische Kirche überzutreten hat er die zwei ersten Bücher als Autor nur mit seinen Initialen versehen ( J. V. V. ). Wenn Sie weitere Informationen benötigen, melden Sie sich. Dies ist ein Privatverkauf. Ich bin kein Händler geschweige denn Fachmann. Alle Angaben ohne Gewähr.
Bookseller: ledder [Germany]
2017-10-20 11:37:45
Merian, Matthäus
Frankfurt am Main Merian Matthias. "Brunsvica - Braunschweig". Orig. Kupferstich, M. Merian, um 1645. Mit gr. Wappen und Legende (1-26). 13:55 cm (5 1/4 x 21 3/4 inch.). A panoramic view of the city of Braunschweig.
Bookseller: Antikvariat Krenek [Prag, Czech Republic]
2017-10-19 08:00:30
REGNIER Mathurin
Derni?re edition, revue, corig?e & de beaucoup augment?e, tant par le Sieur de Sigogne, que de Berthelot. |Paris, chez Nicholas & Iean de la Coste, 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 R?gnier (1573-1613), importante documento sulla vita e i costumi del primo Seicento francese, furono originariamente pubblicate nel 1608 sotto il titolo di ''Premi?res oeuvres'' e successivamente aumentate e corrette sino alla presente ediz. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Italy]
2017-10-17 13:08:04
Anonymus
Artist: Anonymus ; issued in: ; date: ca 1645 - - technic: Copper print; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Tear on upper margin perfectly restored; - size (in cm): 32 x 34; - description: Map shows the city of Lützen under siege, near Leipzig at the 30 years war.
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG
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2017-10-16 14:28:36
DU LORENS, Jacques;
Chartres, Michel Georges, 1645 3 parties en un volume in-4 de (6) ff., 287 pp., (1) f. - (1) f., 197 pp., (1) f. - (2) ff., 63 pp., vélin de l'époque. Seconde édition, la première au format in-4. La précédente était au format in-24. Très bel exemplaire provenant de la bibliothèque de François Lefevre de Caumartin, évêque de Blois (1668 - 1733) avec son bel ex-libris héraldique gravé. Il figure au catalogue de sa vente sous le n° 2172 (cat. 1734). Gouron et Terrin, Bibliographie des coutumes de France, n° 901.
Bookseller: Librairie Laurent Coulet [France, Paris]
2017-10-16 14:03:26
Alpini, Prosper & Bontius, Jacob.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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2017-10-16 13:40:40
SEMEDO (Alvarez)
(1645) Cordier, Bibliotheca Sinica 24. Édition originale de la traduction française. Vignette gravée sur le titre. Cachets de bibliothèque sur le feuillet de garde et la page de titre, annotations anciennes sur quelques feuillets ; exemplaire rogné un peu court. Exemplaire correct malgré les petits défauts signalés, rare. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Librairie de l'Amateur [Strasbourg, France]
2017-10-16 13:03:06
Blaeu, Joan
Bookseller: Antikvariat Krenek [Prag, Czech Republic]
2017-10-16 13:03:06
Blaeu, Joan
Bookseller: Antikvariat Krenek [Prag, Czech Republic]
2017-10-16 13:03:06
Blaeu, Joan
Bookseller: Antikvariat Krenek [Prag, Czech Republic]
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