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2010-04-18 15:53:40
Regius Henrici [Henri van Roy]
Amsterdam: Ludovicum Elzevirium, 1646. RARE First Edition. Illustrated throughout with fascinating woodcut engravings in the text, many of which are quite large, also with engraved initials. Small 4to, in a modern binding of paper covered boards, the paper is a facsimile of a double coloum incunable printed leaf thus mimicing the common practice of the time for printers to use old text leaves for binding purposes, endpapers and blanks renewed. ]xvi], 306, [1]. A fine copy for a book of this age and rarity, the top margin trimmed a bit close but not effecting the headlines, a bit of expected toning or spotting to the paper.
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2010-02-11 21:19:26
SAAVEDRA FAXARDO, Don Diego.
Munster [Amsterdam], Juan Jansonio, 1646. 4:o. (20),+ 514 s. Lättare lager- och småfläckar, en fuktfläck sid. 59-60 och fläckar sid. 446-447 och 467-468. Kraftigare fuktrand från sid. 473 och framåt. Nött samtida skinnband, guldornerad rygg med upphöjda bind, pärmarna med förgyllda dubbla ramlinjer, röda stänsksnitt. Ryggen litet trasig upptill. Äldre raderad namnteckning på försättsbladet. Ur Christian H. Braads bibliotek, med hans namnteckning, daterad Norrköping 23 april 1746, och hans notering på försättsbladet att han fått den av Harald Urlander i Norrköping. Ur Ericsbergs bibliotek, med Carl Jedvard Bondes exlibris. Warmholtz 1376. Carlander II, 597f & III, 568ff. Första upplagan, tryckt av Johannes Jansonius i Amsterdam. Denna första del av planerade tre var allt som utkom, p.g.a. författarens död. En ny upplaga trycktes i Antwerpen 1658 och då utkom alla tre delarna. Faxardos historik över goterna som börjar med Alarik blev väl mottagen i Sverige och Sparwenfeld översatte den till svenska redan 1699, varav några ark hann tryckas innan arbetet avbröts. Warmholtz nämner att den svenska utgåvan skulle förses med spanska kungarnas porträtt som graverats i Rom. Här blandar Warmholtz dock troligen ihop det med de av Truls Arwidssons graverade plåtarna till en planerad svensk utgåva av Tesaurus bok om göternas och langobardernas historia (se Klemming En antecknares samlingar s. 3). Den spanske politikern och filosofen Don Diego Saavedra Faxardo (1584-1648) var bl.a. spanskt kungligt råd vid fredförhandlingarna i Münster. Hans mest kända bok är kanske emblemboken och furst … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [Stockholm, Sweden]
2010-01-18 03:48:08
BENTIVOGLIO GUIDO.
s.n.,, In Colonia (ma Leida!), 1646. Cm. 16, pp. (6) 479 (17) ultima bianca. Marca al frontespizio, capolettera ornati e testatine su legno e frontespizio in rosso e nero. Bella e solida legatura coeva in piena pergamena rigida con unghie, dorso liscio con titoli manoscritti e nervetti passanti. Tagli spruzzati. volume fresco, genuino e molto ben conservato. Contiene: "Della relatione delle Provincie Unite di Fiandra" in tre libri; "Relatione di Fiandra cioè di quelle provincie che restano sotto l'ubbidienza dei serenissimi arciduchi Alberto e donna Isabella Infanta di Spagna sua moglie." del 1613, in due parti; "Breve relatione di Danimarca" del 1613; "Breve relatione degli Ugonotti di Francia." del 1619; "Relatione del trattato della tregua di Fiandra, che si concluse in Anversa alli ix d'aprile MDCIX" in due libri; "Relatione della mossa d'arme che seguì in Fiandra l'anno MDCXIV per l'occasione d'haver le Provincie Unite occupata la terra e castello di Giuliers"; "Relatione della fuga di Francia d'Henrico di borbone prencipe di Condè.". Arcivescovo di Rodi, il Bentivoglio fu Nunzio Apostolico nelle Fiandre dove rimase dal 1607 al 1615. Cfr. Piantanida 535 che non indica il luogo falso di stampa, come invece fa il Parenti; Graesse, I 337; N.F. Haym "Biblioteca italiana": "È uno dei migliori autori che abbiamo sulle turbolenze de' Paesi Bassi". [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
2009-12-29 20:46:47
ENGLAND, OXFORDSHIRE: Blaeu:
Amsterdam, 1646. Map. Copper engraving, 42 x 52 cms, Original hand-colour, Dutch text to verso.
Bookseller: Tim Bryars Ltd
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2009-11-13 22:25:41
. Kolorierter Kupferstich von Matthäus Merian aus Neuwe Archontologia cosmica. ... bei Matthäus Merian in Frankfurt a.M., 1646, 27x35 cm (im oberen Falz etwas leimschattig).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Martin Barbian
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2009-09-08 15:03:05
FULLER, Thomas
(1646). FULLER, Thomas. ANDRONICUS, or, the Unfortunate Politician. Shewing Sin; slowly punished, Right, surely rescued. London, Printed by WW for John Williams, 1646. 12mo. [88ff.] including final blank. Second edition, same year, same printer and publisher as the first. . The story of Andronicus I Comnenus (1118-1185), a brilliant Byzantine Emperor with a scandalous private life., written as a satire against Oliver Cromwell and his allies. Thomas Fuller (1608-1661), chaplain to the Royalist troops and, later, to Charles II, wrote many books of history and theology. His wit and intelligence helped him survive the Revolution, but he was imprisoned briefly. Toning from leather turn-ins to endpapers, first and final leaves.Rear endpaper cut in half lenthwise; wormed corner to front endpaper; hinges loose. The text is fine. Early leather worn. Inscribed in 1888 to John J. Ingalls, a Kansas abolitionist who served 18 years in the U.S. Senate. (This edition not in British Library. Nice association. Scarce., Fine
Bookseller: Boston Book Company, Inc. ABAA [Boston, MA, U.S.A.]
2009-08-26 22:12:56
Wetzlar -
- Kupferstich aus Merian, 1646. 19,5 x 31,7 cm. Im unbedruckten Bereich braunfleckig. Gesamtansicht der Stadt Wetzlar mit ihren Befestigungsanlagen und der Lahn. Oben in der Mitte befindet sich der Titel auf einem Spruchband, oben in den Ecken befinden sich Wappenschilder. Die Ansicht von Merian ist erstmals 1646 in seiner Topographia Hassiae erschienen.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen
2009-08-23 09:04:10
1646. Fort in-16 (114 x 82 mm), maroquin rouge, dos à quatre nerfs, décor aux petits fers sur le dos et les plats, fermoirs d'origine, dentelle sur les coupes, tranches dorées (reliure d'époque). Belle reliure du XVIIe siècle dans le style de "Le Gascon". Ouvrage incomplet, manque page de titre, quelques feuillets et gravures. Orné de 2 gravures, une vignette et un cul-de-lampe. (défauts d'usage, première charnière fendue par endroits mais encore solide, fente dans le bas de la seconde charnière, feuillets mal alignés, rousseurs). // Tall 16o (114 x 82 mm), red morocco, spine raised on four bands, rich tooling on spine and covers, metal clasps, dentelle on turns-in, gilt edges (contemporary binding). Nice 17th-cent. binding, in the style of "Le Gascon". Incomplete book, missing title page, some leaves and engravings. Illustrated with 2 engravings, a vignette and a cul-de-lampe. (defects of use, first hinge partly cracked but still strong, crack on bottom of second cover, leaves not well lined-up, brownings). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: H. PICARD ET FILS, depuis 1902 [PARIS, France]
2009-06-23 05:24:26
Saarburg - Oberwesel -
1646. Kupferstich aus Merians Topographia Archiepiscopatum Moguntinensis Trevirensis et Coloniensis, 1646. 19,8 x 31,7 cm. Dezenter, kaum sichtbare senkrechte Quetschfalte, Bug hinterlegt. Zwei übereinander liegende Ansichten. Oben reizvolle Ansicht der Stadt Saarburg (10 x 31,7 cm). Rechts die Burg. Im Vordergrund die Saar, darauf sind Schiffe dargestellt. Rechts oben leere Wappenkartusche. Unten reizvolle Ansicht der Stadt Oberwesel mit ihren Befestigungsanlagen (9,3 x 31,7 cm.). Links die Burg "Schönberg". Im Vordergrund der Rhein mit Schiffen. Rechts oben Wappen der Stadt. Die berühmte Ansicht von Merian ist erstmals 1646 in seiner Topographia Archiepiscopatum Moguntinensis Trevirensis et Coloniensis erschienen.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen [Trier, Germany]
2009-06-23 05:24:26
Lahnstein -
- Kupferstich, Merian, 1646. 13,5 x 33,5 cm. Gesamtansicht vom Rhein aus auf Oberlahnstein, Niederlahnstein, Lahneck, die Veste, Braubach und die Marxburg mit Legende innerhalb der Darstellung; auf dem Fluß Fracht-Segelschiffe. Berühmte Ansicht von Merian aus der Topographia archiepiscopatuum Moguntinensis, Trevirensis et Coloniensis.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen
2009-06-23 05:24:26
Saarburg - Oberwesel -
Kupferstich aus Merians Topographia Archiepiscopatum Moguntinensis Trevirensis et Coloniensis, 1646. 19,8 x 31,7 cm. Zwei übereinander liegende Ansichten. Oben reizvolle Ansicht der Stadt Saarburg (10 x 31,7 cm). Rechts die Burg. Im Vordergrund die Saar, darauf sind Schiffe dargestellt. Rechts oben leere Wappenkartusche. Unten reizvolle Ansicht der Stadt Oberwesel mit ihren Befestigungsanlagen (9,3 x 31,7 cm.). Links die Burg "Schönberg". Im Vordergrund der Rhein mit Schiffen. Rechts oben Wappen der Stadt. Die berühmte Ansicht von Merian ist erstmals 1646 in seiner Topographia Archiepiscopatum Moguntinensis Trevirensis et Coloniensis erschienen.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen [Trier, Germany]
2009-05-07 06:49:09
Dudley, Sir Robert (1574-1649)
Florence, 1646. AN IMPORTANT MAP OF THE WEST INDIES FROM THE FIRST ENGLISH SEA ATLAS THE FIRST TO USE THE MERCATOR PROJECTION THROUGHOUT Framed size: 40" x 29" Paper size: 30 1/4" x 19 1/2" Although Dell' Arcano del Mare was published in Italy, it is considered the first printed English nautical atlas, and Dudley's monumental work was the only exception to the total dominance of sea atlas production by the Dutch for nearly a century. Arguably the most sumptuous marine atlas ever produced, it contained no less than 146 sea charts, and dozens of illustrations and working diagrams. It was superior to any previous work in that the charts illustrated the whole world, the first time any outside of Europe had been included. Dell' Arcano del Mare was also the first atlas to show the prevailing winds, currents and magnetic deviation. One of the great marine atlases of all time, the work was magnificently engraved, an encyclopedia of 17th-century knowledge regarding the seas. The distinctive and stately calligraphic style of this map, which shows the Atlantic coast of North America from Labrador down to the present-day southeastern United States, is a hallmark of Dudley's elegant charts. One of the first highly accurate sea charts to focus on this vast area, this is an important map from an extremely significant atlas. . Book.
Bookseller: Arader Galleries
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2009-03-13 20:13:46
Roscio, Giulio; Agostino Mascardi, Fabio Leonida & Ottavio Tronsarelli.
In Roma, Ad Instanza di Filippo de'Rossi. MDCXLVI. [Rome, 1646]. Nella Stampa del Mascardi., 1646. Size of the binding: 7 ¼ inches x 9 7/8 in. Engraved title-page frontispiece (with an ink inscription in the lower blank page margin; approximately: Egregio Pono all a Bibliotheca della Catted. del macnifico Sig.r Can.eo de Sanetii. L'anno 1758.); printed title-page with floral decoration; dedication (7 April, 1646), by Filippo de' Rossi. [6], 404 pp. + [3] pp. index of personages; illustrated with 131 portrait engravings. Old vellum over boards, with five raised bands on the spine, and hand-lettered titling and design in compartments on the spine, headbands, red sprinkled edges. The old vellum shows a few stains, some splitting away of the back and front inner paste-down endpapers from the boards; repair to lower corner of the dedication page, some pages or engravings show age-related tanning, or tan-spotting. Overall, a well-preserved copy. The most recent date mentioned is 1643 (in the biography of Louis XIII of France). Scarce book, with biographies of many military and political leaders and royalty of Italy, France, Poland, Hungary, and the Ottoman Empire, including: Christopher Columbus, Andrea Doria, Bazajet, Charles V, Charles VIII of France, Cesare Borgia, Frederick Barbarossa, Frederick II, Francis I of France, Francesco Sforza, Georgio Castrioti (Scanderbeg), Giovanni de Medici, G. Zamoyski de Zamosci of Poland, Gottifried Pappenheim, Henry IV of France, Louis XII & XIII of France, Ludovic of Hungary, Can Grande, Maximillian I, Rudolf I, Gustavus Adolphus I of Swede … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Keisogloff Rare Books, Inc. [Brecksville, OH, U.S.A.]
2009-02-28 23:14:46
Marshall, Stephen.
Pr. by Ric. Cotes for Steven Bowtell, 1646. First edition of this reply to Tombes's Two Treatises -- one of the most passionately debated publications of the infant baptism controversy -- written by a popular and influential preacher. Marshall, John Geree, John Tombes, and a number of the most prominent theologians of the day debated prolifically on the topic; here, Marshall re-engages with Tombes's "destructive Artifice" (p. 3). Some holdings report (variously) 10 or 12 preliminary pages as present, but signature A is complete here, including one blank leaf.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2009-02-28 01:18:04
Trier -
Anonymer Kupferstich nach Merian, nach 1646, altkoloriert. 15,5 x 27,4 cm. Rosar, Gedruckte Trierer Gesamtansichten von den Anfängen bis ca. 1800, Nr. 4.5.3. Panoramablick über die ganze Stadt und die umliegenden Hügel, die mit "Mons Martis" und "Apollinis Mons" bezeichnet sind. Im Vordergrund ist die Mosel mit der Römerbrücke in ihrer befestigten mittelalterlichen Form dargestellt. Auf dem Fluß befinden sich zahlreiche Schiffe, darunter auch ein Treidelkahn. Am mittelalterlichen Krahnen werden Schiffe entladen. Am linken Bildrand ist das Martinskloster und Martinsmühle vor ihrer Zerstörung abgebildet. Das Stadtbild wird dominiert durch die Vierergruppe von Basilika, St. Gangolf, Dom und Liebfrauen, welche noch den alles überragenden Turmhelm trägt. Unterhalb des Bildes befindet sich Legende zu den Gebäuden in Trier, die mit Referenzzahlen gekennzeichnet sind. Der anonymen Darstellung der Stadt Trier liegt das berühmte Merian-Panorama zu Grunde, das hier bis in die Details übernommen wird. Der Publikationsort konnte bisher nicht festgestellt werden. Sehr selten, bisher nur das Exemplar in der Stadtbibliothek Trier bekannt.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen [Trier, Germany]
2009-02-12 21:14:48
Kupferstich von Matthäus Merian 1646. 22x34.5 cm. - Wüthrich S. 194 Nr. 32 - Blick mainaufwärts auf die Altstadt, die Alte Brücke und Sachsenhausen vom Alten Weinmarkt am Fahrtor aus. Dekorative Ansicht mit lebhaftem Treiben auf dem Markt und im Hafen, reiche Bootsstaffage auf dem Main. Unten Legende A - V. In der Mitte unten unbedruckte Quetschfalte. Schöner, klarer Abdruck.
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2009-02-11 09:10:44
BROWNE, Thomas
Edward Dod, London, 1646. Contemporary calf, rebacked, corners renewed. Imprimatur leaf repaired on fore-edge, occasional foxing and browning. Presented to the library of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia by Edward Wilson, with the Academy's bookplate on the front paste-down. First edition. In this work the author questions the many long held prejudices and misconceptions which hampered scientific growth. Browne's (1605-82) "vulgar errors," as it was amusingly referred to, is divided into seven books which contain his numerous observations and experiments in physics, comparative anatomy and biology. The work has become a literary classic and includes the first appearance in English of the term "electricity" (pages 51 and 79). [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: B & L Rootenberg Rare Books, ABAA [Sherman Oaks, CA, U.S.A.]
2009-01-23 23:16:49
INDENTURE].
Between Sir Nicholas Pond, John Adye and Edward Adye, Thomas Nallow, and John Holmdon [London?] November 10, 1646. Vellum document with large calligraphic initial "T". 12 1/2" x 17 1/2", with 3 original wax seals on vellum attachments at bottom. Signed by both Adyes and Holmdon. Documents from this period, in English, with attached seals are scarce. 24" x 24". [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Houle Rare Books/Autographs/ABAA/PADA [Palm Springs, CA, U.S.A.]
2009-01-12 22:15:15
Michalorius, Blasius; Micalorio, Biagio
1646. Venice, 1646. First edition. Seventeenth-Century Treatise Concerning People with Disabilities Michalorius, Blasius (Micalorio, Biagio). Tractatus de Coeco, Surdo et Muto. In quo Ipsorum Miseria, Quid Scire, Atque Addiscere Possint, Quos Contractus Celebrare, Num Magistratus Gerere, An in Ultimis Voluntatibus Disponere, Et Plura Alia Huiuscemodi Secundum Germanam Variarum Legum, Ac Imperatorum Constitutionum, Quae Adinuicem Pugnare Videntur, Intelligentiam, Subtiliter Discutiuntur. Venice: Apud Guerilios, 1646. [viii], 152, [20] pp. Main text in parallel columns. Quarto (8" x 6"). Contemporary limp vellum, early hand-lettered title to spine. Light wear to spine ends and corners, minor worming to hinges, front hinge staring at bottom. Worming to front and rear endpapers. Attractive large woodcut vignette to title page, woodcut head-piece. Toning in some places, interior otherwise fresh. $750. * First edition. One of the earliest works of its kind from the early modern era, this is a curious canon-law treatise concerning blind, mute and deaf people. It appears to have been a well-received work; other editions were published in 1667, 1681, 1709, 1710 and 1847. Michalorius was a canon lawyer and member of the Rota Romana. OCLC locates 9 copies in the United States, 2 in law schools (Yale and UC-Berkeley). British Museum Catalogue (Compact Edition) 17:450.
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2009-01-12 22:15:15
Michalorius, Blasius; Micalorio, Biagio
1646. Venice, 1646. First edition. 1646 Study of Laws Concerning the Blind, Mute and Deaf Michalorius, Blasius (Micalorio, Biagio). Tractatus de Coeco, Surdo et Muto. In Quo ipsorum Miseria, Quid Scire, Atque Addiscere Possint, Quos Contractus Celebrare, Num Magistratus Gerere, An in Ultimis Voluntatibus Disponere, Et Plura Alia Huiuscemodi Secundum Germanam Variarum Legum, Ac Imperatorum Constitutionum, Quae Adinuicem Pugnare Videntur, Intelligentiam, Subtiliter Discutiuntur. Venice: Apud Guerilios, 1646. [viii], 152, [20] pp. Main text in parallel columns. Quarto (8-1/4" x 6"). Contemporary quarter sheep over marbled boards, gilt fillets, ornaments and title to spine. Moderate rubbing with light wear to extremities, a few scuffs to front board, rear hinge starting. Large woodcut printer device to title page, woodcut head-pieces and decorated initials. Worming to preliminaries and first few text leaves, mostly in the margins but with minor loss a few letters. Small stain and early (institutional?) inkstamp to title page, interior clean and bright. $650. * First edition. One of the earliest works of its kind from the early modern era, this is a curious canon-law treatise concerning blind, mute and deaf people. It appears to have been a well-received work; other editions were published in 1667, 1681, 1709, 1710 and 1847. Michalorius was a canon lawyer and member of the Rota Romana. OCLC locates 9 copies in the United States, 2 in law schools (Yale and UC-Berkeley). British Museum Catalogue (Compact Edition) 17:450.
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2008-12-23 22:10:50
Geree, John.
Pr. by John Field for Christopher Meredith, 1646. First edition of this reply to John Tombes's Two Treatises and an Appendix to Them Concerning Infant-baptisme, both works being part of a vigorously conducted controversy on the topic involving Geree (the Church of England clergyman who wrote The Character of an Old English Puritan), Tombes, Michael Harrison, Stephen Marshall, and others among the most prominent theologians and preachers of the day.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2008-12-06 09:08:57
Ruisdael, Jacob
Holland, ca. 1646. Etching. 183 x 272 mm. to borderline. 192 x 278 mm. Bartsch, No. 2. sheet size. Margins. Later impression. Bartsch, No. 2. Matted.
Bookseller: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts [U.S.A.]
2008-12-05 18:31:17
Kircher, Athanasius
Ludouici Grigani, 1646. Romae, Sumptibus Hermanni Scheus MDCXLVI. Athanasii Kircheri. Engraved allegorical frontispiece with a small medallion portrait serves as the ffep, full title page dated 1646, 15 pp intro, 24 pp Table of Contents, 935 pp ( with hundreds of in-text illustrations, charts, diagrams and XXXiii plates; with the extra-large folding plate "Horoscopium Catholicum" which is often missing facing 553; and the four engraved tables on two leaves, printed on rectos and versos. + 13 pp index + 1 pp Ad Lectorem + 8 fold out plates A-H. 310 x 204 mm (12 1/8 x 8 1/8 ") text in Latin. Two parts bound as one. The title page for part II is NOT present between pages 702-703. Rare book containing descriptions of optics, shadow, color, light, reflection, refraction, concave and convex lenses, angles, horology, astrology, etc. Describes a primitive projector with a focusing lens and mirror called the Steganographic Mirror which used sunlight as a light source (it was improved upon and later called the magic lantern but this edition holds the first description of the invention). Hard cover vellum has some scratches and discoloration, title on spine has faded, some letters are not legible. There are some light pencil marks on front pdep plus a name in ink, ffep is not present. On the fully illustrated title page there is a name at the top in ink. On the full title page there are the initials SR in ink. A few pages have some light water stains and there is some light browning over the years but still in very good condition. Double fold-out plate XX has an expertly … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: J.L. O'Rourke, Ltd. [U.S.A.]
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2008-11-22 08:35:09
BLAEU, Willem (1571-1638) & Jan BLAEU (1596-1673)
Amsterdam: 1646. Folio. (20 x 13 3/8 inches). Mounted on guards throughout. French text, letterpress title on slip within hand-coloured engraved architectural border, heightened in gilt, 60 engraved general and county maps (59 double-page) including general maps of Scotland and Ireland preceded by a printed divisional half-title (not called for in the index at end), all finely coloured by a contemporary hand, 71 illustrations, (3 hand-coloured.) (L1 browned at inner margin, some light marginal damp-staining). Publisher's vellum gilt with yapp fore-edges, covers paneled with stylized foliage roll, and large central and corner arabesques, spine in eight compartments with repeat tooling in gilt, gilt edges (ties lacking as usual. covers scuffed), modern black morocco- backed cloth box, "spine" gilt. An unrecorded variant edition of Blaeu's atlas of England and Wales. Not in Koeman; not in Skelton The fifty-eight maps normally found in the French editions are supplemented by an appendix with a half-title and two new maps. These new maps are general maps of Scotland and Ireland, which were the first two maps completed for Blaeu's atlas of Scotland. The forthcoming publication of the Scotland atlas is announced on the half-title, but it did not appear on the market until 1654 (as volume 5 of the Theatrum ). Neither Koeman nor Skelton mention a French edition with this appendix, which is normally found in the Dutch- text edition of 1647 (Koeman B145B). The ephemeral nature of this edition is confirmed by the fact that the supplement is not mentioned in the index at the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books
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2008-10-15 14:04:44
SUCKLING, John
London: Printed for Humphrey Moseley 1646. Portrait, [6], 119, [8], 82, 64, [4], 52 pp. 4 parts, each with it's own title. [Poems ; Letters to Divers Eminent Personages ; An Account of Religion By Reason ; Aglaura ; The Goblins ; Brennoralt - a tragedy. Lacks the preliminary blank leaf. A fresh copy, tightly bound in a modern smooth calf, with a blind stamped panel. Signed (1752) by the Kent antiquary Brian Faussaett (1720-1776), with his armorial bookplate, and with the signature of his mother Mary Godfrey. Title with first line in upper and lower case. Frontispiece portrait engraved by William Marshall. Ox. Comp. Eng. Lit. describes him as 'the greatest gallant and gamester of his day' (and inventor of Cribbage) as well as the most brilliant and elegant of the Cavalier Poets. Wing S6126, Grolier 827, Pforzheimer 995. . Very Good. Full Calf. First Edition. 1646. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.
Bookseller: Stephen Foster Books
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2008-09-05 13:00:33
Bartoli, P. Daniello
Venetia: Per Giunti , e Baba, 1646. Book. Very Good. Full-Leather. 5 3/8 X 3 3/16. Period leather binding with raised bands gilt decorations and title pp. (10), 464, (10). The book has wear to edges with some loss the top 1/8 inch of the spine is missing with a book plate of Hickman Yates. Light foxing and toning..
Bookseller: Mark Henderson [Olathe, KS, U.S.A.]
2008-08-10 15:12:16
Ruisdael, Jacob.
Holland, ca. 1646. - Etching. 183 x 272 mm. to borderline. 192 x 278 mm. Bartsch, No. 2. sheet size. Margins. Later impression. Bartsch, No. 2. Matted.
Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books
2008-07-28 21:08:46
Mainz -
Kupferstich aus Merian, 1646. Ca. 26,7 x 35,5 cm. Ansicht der Stadt Mainz aus der Vogelschau. Im Vordergrund der Rhein. In der linken oberen Ecke Titelkartusche, rechts im Bild ein Wappenschild. Unten rechts im Bild eine Legende zu den Gebäuden der Stadt. Die berühmte Ansicht von Merian ist erstmals 1646 in seiner Topographia Archiepiscopatum Moguntinensis Trevirensis et Coloniensis erschienen.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen [Trier, Germany]
2008-05-01 19:33:57
[JANSSONIUS, Joannes, 1588-1664] :
Bookseller: Ash Rare Books [United Kingdom]
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2007-09-24 02:59:33
Cologne, 1646. holandesa con nervios . . 350 págs.
Bookseller: LIBRERIA ANTICUARIA EPOPEYA [Zaragoza, Spain]
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