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        Vindiciae vindiciarum: Or, a vindication of his Vindication of infant-baptisme, from the exceptions of M. Harrison, in his Poedo-baptisme oppugned, and from the exceptions of M. Tombes, in his chief digressions of his late Apology, from the manner to the matter of his treatises

      London: Pr. by A.M. for Christopher Meredith 4to (19.2 cm, 7.5"). [6], 42 pp.. 1647 First edition of this defense of Geree's Vindiciæ pædo-baptismi (published in 1646), itself a reply to both Infant Baptism God's Ordinance by Michael Harrison and Two Treatises and an Appendix to Them Concerning Infant-Baptisme by John Tombes. Geree, a Church of England clergyman, may be best remembered for his summary of Puritan philosophy, The Character of an Old English Puritan — the publication of which was another result of the voluminous controversy with Tombes over infant baptism. Uncommon: OCLC, ESTC, Wing, and NUC Pre-1956 report only eight U.S. holdings, one of which has been deaccessioned. Recent marbled paper wrappers. Title-page slightly darkened, last page with offsetting to margins, pages otherwise clean. Stubs of previous binding leaves visible at back.

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        Les peintures chrestiennes diuise´es en deux parties Par le P Nicolas Talon

      Paris: Paris : Chez Sebastien et Gabriel Cramoisy 1647, 1647. Book measures 6 1/2 x 4 1/2 inches.Collation, 2 parts bound in 1 volumes, printed and engraved title, [14].604pp, 89 full page engraved plates. Bound in full calf. Rebacked retaining the original boards with ruled gilt lines, raised bands, gilt lines, leather title label. Boards rubbed, worn with minor loss. Binding in very good clean firm condition. Internally, previous owners name of fixed endpaper, 2 plates stained. Pages and plates in very good clean condition. A very nice copy. 9.A4. Full Leather. Very Good Plus. 8vo.

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        Commentarius ad Pandectas. In quo praeter Romani Juris principia ac controversias illustriores, Jus etiam hodiernum, & praecipuae Fori Quaestiones excuntiuntur, .., cum novo indice generali lucopletissimo Materiarum in duobus Tomis contentarum, alioque Titulorum, in 2 voll.

      in folio (cm 37x22,5), pp. 2 b., 380 nn. di indici, 792, 2 b.; 4 nn., 978, 4 b.; solida leg. p/pelle coeva, ds. a nervi con fregi in oro ai riquadri, tit. in oro su doppi tass., sguardie marmor., tagli spruzz., nastri segnalibri; grande marca tip. con motto ai front., alcuni fregi tip. come capil. floreali, testatine e finalini; testo su due colonne; Il Voet (Utrecht 1647-Leida 1714) professore di diritto a Herbirn, Utrecht, Leida, fu uno dei massimi giuristi olandesi. Piccole mancanze agli angoli delle leg. ma ottimo e fresco esemplare. 367/14

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        The Holy Bible containing the Old Testament and the New, newly translated out of the orginal tongues...

      Herbert # 598, 1647, 8vo 6.75" x 4.5" x 2", Very Good, FIRST EDITION, The earliest English Bible which bears the imprint of the Company of Stationers. Printed during the English Civil War and just two years before the execution of King Charles 1 by Cromwell at Whitehall. :The Worshipful Company of Stationers and Newspaper Makers (usually known as the Stationers' Company) is one of the Livery Companies of the City of London. The Stationers' Company was formed as an organisation in 1403; it received a Royal Charter in 1557. It held a monopoly over the publishing industry and was officially responsible for setting and enforcing regulations until the enactment of the Statute of Anne in 1710.Its members (Master, Wardens, Assistants, Liverymen, Freemen and Apprentices) are mostly involved with the modern visual and graphic communications industries which have evolved from the company's original trades. These include printing, papermaking, packaging, office products, engineering, advertising, design, photography, film and video production, publishing of books, newspapers and periodicals and digital media. The Company's principal purpose nowadays is to provide an independent forum where its members can advance the interests (strategic, educational, training and charitable) of the industries associated with the Company.In 1403, the Corporation of London approved the formation of a Guild of Stationers. At this time, stationers were either text writers, lymners (illuminators), bookbinders or booksellers who worked at a fixed location (stationarius) beside the walls of St Paul's Cathedral. Booksellers sold manuscript books, or copies thereof produced by their respective firms for retail; they also sold writing materials. Illuminators illustrated and decorated manuscripts.Printing gradually displaced manuscript production so that, by the time the Guild received a Royal Charter of Incorporation on 4 May 1557, it had in effect become a Printers' Guild. In 1559, it became the 47th in City Livery Company precedence. At the time, it was based at Peter's College, which it bought from St. Paul's Cathedral. During the Tudor and Stuart periods, the Stationers were legally empowered to seize "offending books" that violated the standards of content set down by the Church and State; its officers could bring "offenders" before ecclesiastical authorities, usually the Bishop of London or the Archbishop of Canterbury depending on the severity of the trangression. Thus the Stationers played an important role in the culture of England as it evolved through the intensely turbulent decades of the Protestant Reformation and toward the English Civil War.The Stationers' Charter, which codified its monopoly on book production, ensured that once a member had asserted ownership of a text (or "copy") no other member was entitled to publish it. This is the origin of the term "copyright". Members asserted such ownership by entering it in the "entry book of copies" or the Stationers' Company Register. The Register of the Stationers' Company became one of the most essential documentary records in the later study of English Renaissance theatre. (In 1606 the Master nof the Revels, who was responsible for licensing the performance of plays rather than their publication, acquired some overlapping authority over publication as well; but the Stationers' Register remained a crucial and authoritative source of information after that date too.) To be sure, enforcement of the rules was always a challenge, in this area as in other aspects of the Tudor/Stuart regime; and plays and other works were sometimes printed surreptitiously and illegally.In 1603, the Stationers formed the English Stock, a joint stock publishing company funded by shares held by members of the Company. This profitable business gained many patents of which the richest was for almanacks including Old Moore's Almanack. The business employed out-of-work printers and disbursed some of the profit to the poor.In 1606, the Company bought Abergavenny House in Ave Maria Lane and moved out of Peter's College. The new hall burnt down in the Great Fire of 1666 along with books to the value of about £40,000. It was rebuilt and its present interior is much as it was when it reopened in 1673. The Court Room was added in 1748 and in 1800 the external façade was remodelled to its present form.In 1695, the monopoly power of the Stationers' Company was diminished, and in 1710 Parliament passed the Copyright Act of 1709, the first copyright act.The Company established the Stationers' Company School at Bolt Court, Fleet Street in 1861 for the education of sons of members of the Company. In 1894, the school moved to Hornsey in north London. It closed in 1983.Registration under the Copyright Act of 1911 ended in December 1923; the Company then established a voluntary register in which copyrights could be recorded to provide printed proof of ownership in case of disputes.In 1937, a Royal Charter amalgamated the Stationers' Company and the Newspaper Makers' Company, which had been founded six years earlier (and whose members were predominant in Fleet Street), into the Company of the present name.The Company's motto is Verbum Domini manet in aeternum, Latin for The Word of the Lord endures forever.Collation and Condition:GENERAL TITLE PAGE, 1 page, printed by the Company of Stationers in 1647, full page architectural engraving featuring King David playing his harp, verso with royal coat of arms, HISTORIC !, COMPLETE.KING JAMES DEDICATION, 1 page, features lovely floriated header and initial, verso with the names and order of all the books of the old and new testament with the number of their chapters, VERY CLEAN !, COMPLETE. THE OLD TESTAMENT, un-paginated, Features floriated chapter initials throughout, title page of Genesis with a lovely header engraving of the Garden of Eden, NO damp staining, virtually free of soiling and foxing, good margins all around, straight edges, strong corners, clean gutters, NO ripped, torn or missing pages, NO marginalia, paper is strong crisp, clean and bright, some faint tanning to margins without offense, bound without the apocrypha as per Herbert, Just Amazing !, COMPLETENEW TESTAMENT TITLE PAGE, 1 page, printed by the Company of Stationers in 1647, full page architectural engraving featuring King David playing his harp, verso blank, BEAUTIFUL !, COMPLETE.THE NEW TESTAMENT, un-paginated, Features floriated chapter initials throughout, NO damp staining, virtually free of soiling and foxing, good margins all around, straight edges, strong corners, clean gutters, NO ripped, torn or missing pages, NO marginalia, paper is strong crisp, clean and bright, some very faint tanning to margins without offense, colophon also dated 1647, OUTSTANDING !, COMPLETE.THE WHOLE BOOK OF PSALMS COLLECTED IN ENGLISH MEETER TITLE PAGE, 1 page, preceded by a blank, printed in 1647 by the Companie of Stationers, lovely floriated borders, verso blank, PERFECT !, COMPLETE.THE WHOLE BOOK OF PSALMS....., unpaginated, 4 pages of musical staves followed by the Psalmes of David in Meeter paginated 1 to 91 followed by 1 page of prayers and then 2 pages of the table for the "whole number of the Psalmes and also what leafe you may find every of them" complete to "finis", NO damp staining, virtually free of soiling and foxing, good margins all around, straight edges, strong corners, clean gutters, NO ripped, torn or missing pages, NO marginalia, paper is strong crisp, clean and bright, some faint tanning to margins without offense, RARELY FOUND COMPLETE TO THE END !, COMPLETE.BINDING: Recently and wonderfully rebacked in sympathetic brown leather restoring the inner and outer joints. Features five raised cords creating a six compartmented spine with gold lettering "Holy Bible " and  "1647 ". The covers appear to be original retaining their fine border lines in gold. Lovely new end papers complete the restoration of this ancient treasure very nicely. Could be used as a daily reader with no condition concerns. An amazing First Edition of the King James Bible printed in London by the Company of Stationers during, perhaps, the most turbulent time in English history with plenty of shelf appeal sure to delight both the soul and the senses !100% COMPLETE AND IN VERY GOOD CONDITION,AN IMPORTANT HISTORICAL FIRST EDITION THAT IS HIGHLY SOUGHT AFTER BY COLLECTORS AND RARELY COMES UP FOR SALE.THE ENGLISH SHORT TITLE CATALOGUE ONLY LISTS 7 INSTITUTIONS IN BOTH THE U.S. AND U.K. WITH HOLDINGS OF THIS EDITION ! ADDITIONAL PHOTOS UPON REQUEST.

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        La Vraye Méthode de la parfaicte chirurgie de Fierabras. Divisé en trois livres. Le I. desquels contient la Physiologie et l'admirable construction du corps humain, et son rapport et union avec l'âme: Autrement les choses selon nature. Le II. Les Preceptes du régime de vivre pour conserver la santé: Ou les choses non naturelles. Le III. Les choses contre Nature, ou la Pathologie, c'est à dire, le Traité des Maladies en general, avec les Principes de la Thérapeutique, ou partie Curative de la Médecine. Le tout reveu et exactement corrigé. Avec une Préface aux Aspirans en Chirurgie.

      A Paris, chez Nicolas Bassin, 1647. - in-12. 336pp. Demi-veau, dos à nerfs orné (reliure postérieure un peu frottée). Petites réparations à la page de titre. Mouillures cliaures. Rousseurs éparses. Première édition rarissime. L'auteur y entend sortir de l'oubli un manuel de chirurgie du Normand Fierabras qui eut au 16e siècle un certain succès auprès des étudiants. Le livre second contient exclusivement des conseils de santé ("De l'Air", "Du Boire et du Manger", "Du mouvement et Repos", "Du dormir et Veiller", etc.).

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        De preastantia musicae veteris libri tres toditem dialogis comprehensi in quibus vetus ac recens Musica, cum singulis earum partibus, accurate inter se conferuntur. Adiecto ad finem onomastico selectorum vocabulorum, ad hanc facultatem cum elegantia, et proprietate tractandam, pertinentium...

      typis Amatoris Massae Foroliuien. 1647 De preastantia musicae veteris libri tres toditem dialogis comprehensi in quibus vetus ac recens Musica, cum singulis earum partibus, accurate inter se conferuntur. Adiecto ad finem onomastico selectorum vocabulorum, ad hanc facultatem cum elegantia, et proprietate tractandam, pertinentium... Doni, Giovanni Battista. Florentiae, typis Amatoris Massae Foroliuien., 1647. In - 4°, cartone coevo. (8), 266 pp., 1 f. bianco. Ottimo esemplare intonso con testimoni. Edizione originale pubblicata nell' anno della morte dell' autore. L' opera è divisa in tre libri; il testo difende la musica greca e prova la superiorità, sia nell' arte del canto sia nella scelta e nell' uso degli strumenti, degli antichi sui moderni. Le pagine conclusive trattano dell' arte della danza e dei ballerini. Eitner, III, p. 232. Fétis, III, pp. 38 - 39: Dans cet ouvrage, traité sous la forme de dialgue, Doni a répandu une érudition immense... Nel foglio di sguardia si trova un elogio manoscritto coevo in favore dell' Autore da parte di Filippo Galilei.

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        A gorgeous document with ornate seal intact signed by a member of the Standish family of Duxbury, Lancashire - likely relations to Plymouth Colony leader Myles Standish who founded Duxbury, Massachusetts

      Manuscript Document Signed "Rd Standish," one page, 13.25" x 10.5", on vellum with scallop top, November 25,1647. Light folds, with intact wax seal affixed by a strip of vellum at bottom center. Fine condition. 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. The document is an agreement between Richard Standish "of Duxbury in the County of Lancashire" granting Anthony Foxcroft of Halifax, York and Robert Somers an annuity of £250 "going out of all those his Mannors [sic] or Lordships of Duxbury..." A fascinating document worthy of further research. 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 has been been the subject of scholarly debate. The little we know about Standish's origins come from his will, drafted in 1656, in which he granted to his "son & heire apparent Alexander Standish all my lands as heire apparent by lawfull decent in Ormskirke Borscouge Wrightington Maudsley Newburrow Crowston and in the Isle of man and given to mee as Right heire by lawfull decent but Surruptuously detained from mee My great Grandfather being a 2cond or younger brother from the house of Standish of Standish."(Charles H. Simmons, Jr., Plymouth Colony Records, Volume 1, Wills and Inventories 1633-1669 ,Camden, ME: Picton Press, 1996, 312-314) Of all the places named, one is on the Isle of Man while the remaining are places in Lancashire where a branch of the Standish family resided, centered at Duxbury Hall. A short passage written by Plymouth Colony's secretary, Nathaniel Morton notes a similar origin for Standish, noting he "...was a gentleman, born in Lancashire, and was heir apparent unto a great estate of lands and livings, surreptitiously detained from him; his great grandfather being a second or younger brother from the house of Standish..."(Nathaniel Morton, New England's Memorial, Boston: Congregational Board of Publication, 1855, 6th ed., 170). Unfortunately, that is all that is known about his origins. However, the fact that Standish founded the town of Duxbury in Plymouth Colony would suggest that his origins were indeed from Lancashire and not the Isle of Man. It is not known whether Alexander Standish (1626 - 1702) ever pursued these claims.

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        La Famille

      ca. 1647. Etching. Fifth state of six. Godefroy, 46.

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        Le Vite De' più Eccellenti Pittori Scultori e Architetti.

      4 parts in 3 volumes. Heredi di Evangelista Dozza, Bologna 1647. 4to. (16)+432 + 543+(blank) + (40)+407+(1)+(160) pages. Engraved titlepage (C. Bloemaert after J.A. Caninus). C. 150 woodcut portraits of artists within woodcut borders + 6 blank woodcut frames. Mid-19th century Italian half calf bindings with richly gilt spines and red/green title-labels. Spines and outside hinges worn. Names (19th century) on front endpaper.. Brunet V, 1096. Graesse VII, 264. The 1647 edition was edited by Carlo Manolessi. The famous contempory account on Michelangelo, Leonardo and other Italian Renaissance masters

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        De effectibus magicis libri sex

      Colligni, Naples 1647 - 4to. [2], 168, 85 [i.e, 55], [5]pp. 205 x 148 mm. Limp vellum ca. 1647, title hand-lettered on spine, light wear at extremities, stain on front pastedown. Title-leaf dampstained and with several small holes, some toning and foxing but very good.

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        Sefer Kritot shekhiber hagaon Rabeinu Shimshon [ben Yitzhak] meChinon im Tkhilat Khokhma [by Yaakov Hagiz and Orakh Mishor]

      Francesco Rossi, Verona, Italy 1647 - Blurriness in scan is due to scanner, the printing on the pages is sharp. Title page almost detached. Censor¿s inscription on bottom margin of title page and last leaf. tentative collation of my copy: 2 leaves (title page + intro) 32 leaves (tkhilat khokhma) 161 pages (kritot) 136 pages (tkhilat khokhma) 8 leaves (orakh mishor) Centuries¿ old, possibly original, vellum binding with traces of the ties at the edges of the boards. Old inscription (censor's?) on bottom of title page and last page. Crossed out inscription on verso of front free endpaper. Steinschneider C.B. number 7233,4 column 2634; Zedner, page 669; Vinograd Thesaurus, v. 2, page 290, #15. # 5 in Meir Benayahu Hasfarim Shenidpesu beVerona. Sinai 34, pages 174 181. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Fides et leges Mohammaedis exhibitae ex Alkorani manuscripto duplici, praemissus institutionibus arabicus [Bound with:] [Sefer Nitsahon] Liber Nizachon Rabbi Lipmanni ? [And: 21 other philological and theological texts and dissertations]

      Altdorf: Scherff; Nuremberg: Wolfgang Endter, 1647. Liber Nizachon with engraved title in Hebrew. Text printed in Latin, Arabic, Hebrew, Syriac. 1 vols. 4to. Contemporary vellum. Some soiling. First work with small perforated stamp in margin of title, one other leaf with perforation in margin. Engraved title with small ink signature in lower margin. Internally clean, sound, fresh. Hackspan's Arabic Grammar & the First Printed SEFER NITSAHON Important compendium of Hackspan's philological and theological works from the early period of German excellence in the oriental languages, including Hackspan's Grammar drawn from Koranic texts ("Not to be sneered at": Schnurrer), with the FIRST PRINTED EDITION of the Sefer Nitsahon, the Book of Victory, the major polemical work by Rabbi Lipmann (and contemporary refutations by Schnell). Containing the following texts: A. Fides et leges Mohammaedis exhibitae ex Alkorani manuscripto duplici ... 1646. [56] ff. Schnurrer 74 ; Smitkamp 358a (note). B. Assertio passionis Dominicae adversus Judaeos & Turcas. 1642. [12] ff. C. Observationes Philologicae ex sacro potissimum penu depromtae ... 1636. [10] ff. D. De necessitate sacrae philologiae in theologia accuratè pertractanda Oratio ... 1637. [32] ff. E. De locutionibus sacris. Disputatio Prima [... Quarta]. 1637-9. [16], [20], [16], [12] ff. F. Trias Disquisitionum Philologicarum ... 1638. [12] ff. G. Observationes Arabico-Syriacae. 1639. [12] ff. cf. Coakley, Typography of Syriac p. 82 (citing later editions). H. Exercitationum Sacrum Prima [... Secunda] 1640-1. [20], [20] ff. I. Hoc est Onoma Tetragrammaton. 1640. [20] ff. J. Exercitium Academicum ... 1642. [10] ff. K. De Angelorum Daemonumq[ue] Nominibus. 1641 [16] ff. L. Disputatio In Psalmum Centesimum Decimum Philologia ... 1644. [10] ff. M. Exegesis Trigae Locorum ex Mose, Prophetis et Psalmis ... 1646. [12] ff. N. SCHNELL, Sebald. Disputatio Theologica ... 1647. 209 pp. O. - - Hoc est Numerus IIX Arcani libri Nitzachon ... 1643 [4] ff. [Addressing Lipmann's refutation of the birth of Christ]. P. - - R. Lipmanni Disputatio adversus Christianos ad Esaeia & XII minorum prophetarum ... 1644. [22] ff. Q. - - R. Lipmanni Disputatio adversus Christianos ad Jeremiae, Ezechielis, Psalmorum & Danielis ... 1645. [26] ff. R. - - R. Lipmanni Disputatio adversus Christianos ad Josuae, Judicum, Samuelis, Regum, Ruthae ... 1645. [32] ff. S. Liber Nizachon Rabbi Lipmanni ... Editus typis Academicis Curante Theodorico HACKSPAN ... 1644. Bound right to left as Hebrew book, [10], 512 pp., [10] pp. (index).

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        Comedies and Tragedies. Never Before and Now Published by the Authours Originall Copies. Edited by James Shirley

      London: Printed for Humphrey Robinson, 1647. First collected edition. Engraved portrait frontispiece of Fletcher by William Marshall (in second state, reading "Vates Duplex" for "vates duplex," and with "J.Berkenhead" in small type). [i-lii], 1-75 [76], 1-143 [144], 1-165 [166-168], 1-71 [72], 1-172, 1-92, 1-50 [i.e. 52], 1-28, 25-48 pp., with the usual mispagination. 1 vols. Folio in fours. 20th-century binding incorporating early-19th century calf gilt cover panels and the cut down spine compartments. Various repairs including to the frontispiece, title, 9-11th leaves, 2P1, 2R4, 3T2, 5A1, 7C2-4; clean tears to 5P4, 8F4; paper fault hole to 6D3; some leaves probably supplied from another copy, including 3T2, 4A1, 5A1, 8C3. First collected edition. Engraved portrait frontispiece of Fletcher by William Marshall (in second state, reading "Vates Duplex" for "vates duplex," and with "J.Berkenhead" in small type). [i-lii], 1-75 [76], 1-143 [144], 1-165 [166-168], 1-71 [72], 1-172, 1-92, 1-50 [i.e. 52], 1-28, 25-48 pp., with the usual mispagination. 1 vols. Folio in fours. This is the last of the three great published collections of Jacobean drama. It appeared decades after the deaths of the authors, but still echoes the format of the earlier folios containing the works of their great contemporaries: Ben Jonson and Shakespeare. The present work contains 34 plays and a masque, but not all the plays are by Beaumont and Fletcher. As with the earlier folios, the printing of this work was undertaken by several printers, including Susan Islip: a rare example of a female printer in the 17th century. This copy from the library of a great champion of African-American civil rights, Arthur Barnette Spingarn, an ally of W.E.B. Du Bois and head of the NAACP legal committee. The first publication of the play The Knight of Malta (which features an African villainess) perhaps explains Spingarn's interest in this work.

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        Horticultura Danica. Hvorledis en zirlig oc nyttig Vrte-Hawe i Dannemarck kand anrettis, beprydis oc ved Mact holdis. Mestendells aff Forfarenhed beskreffven. Aff (...) Vrte-Gaardz-Mand.

      Kbh. 1647. 4to. Enkelt nyere helskinnsbind. (12), 129, (9) s. Noen illustrasjoner.. Bibl. Dan. II, 313. Thesaurus II, 386.Mangler to sider "Fortale til Læseren"."Bogen udgør et afsnit af den af Jørgen Holst udgivne bog Oeconomia nova paa Danske". Om Block selv vides næsten intet".Tittelsiden restaurert. Tett beskåret. Materien med bruksspor

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        Manuale regularium. Tomus prior et tomus posterior. 2 Bände.

      Venetiis, apud Paulum Baleonium, 1647 ( / 1648) - Sehr guter Zustand. 7 Blatt, 788, 84 Seiten; 4 Blatt, 1030, 130 Seiten, 1 Blatt. 2 Titel-Holzschnitte, Deutsch 4000g 34 x 24 cm, blindgeprägtes Schweinsleder über Holzdeckeln, Schließen.

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        Description de L'Isle de Ruge . "Rugia Insula ac Ducatus accuritissime ab E. Lubino

      Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of Rugen Island from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's"Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. Decorative cartouche surmounted by coat of arms; borders either side with 30 family coats of arms; compass rose, ships and fish to sea. Original colour; lightly toned; rust spot to upper right corner close to border. . Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Blaeu's great project enlarging the "Appendix" was advertised in 1634, was first published in a preliminary edition in 1635. (preface dated 10-3-1634) two volumes. The final edition comprising again two volumes with 109 & 99 maps respectively with German text also published 1635; an edition with Dutch text, (preface dated 22-4-1635) 104 & 103 maps; French text( preface dated 1-7-1635) 105 & 103 maps; and with Latin text (preface dated "ipsis Aprillis")105 & 102 maps. In 1640, after Willem's death a Third volume with French text and comprising 58 maps of Italy and 8 of Greece, was published; later the same year an edition was produced with Latin text. Still in 1640, variant editions in both languages were issued with an appendix of 4 maps of the British Isles as a precursor to the Fourth volume, which would be a complete description thereof. In 1645 the Fourth volume, "Le Theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas, Mis en lumiere par Guillaume et Jean Bleau. Quartiesme Partie. " with a dedication to " A la serinissme Princesse Henriette-Marie Reine de la Grande Bretagne, France & Yrlande. " was published; preface dated 1 October 1645. This volume consisted of 58 maps with description of all the British Isles. The "Atlas Novus" was eventually extended to six volumes with the addition of a fifth volume, Scotland in 1654 and the following year a sixth the "Atlas Sinensis"of Martini. Joan Blaeu recognised that the wealthy patrons who would buy such an atlas were primarily concerned with display, thus aesthetic considerations were emphasised: the quality of the paper, binding, beautiful typography and bright colour, making maps from the Blaeu printing house amongst the most decorative of their time. Blaeu eventually updated and extended the "Theatrum" producing the "Atlas Major" in various formats from 9-12 volumes Koeman1, Bl 16A [64()] Europe Central Europe Germany Rugen Island Rugia

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        Die Landstschafft Brasilien" "Brasilia

      Americas: Amsterdam: Johannem Blaeu. 1647. Copper engraved map of Brazil from Johannes Blaeu's " Nouvus Atlas Das ist Welt-berschreibung.." Vol 2 . Coloured; German text to verso. Oriented with west at the top this is Blaeu's second map of Brazil; many details around the coast, whilst the interior is mainly empty with a few conjectural features. Decorative title cartouche and scale in each corner; compass roses and ships to sea . Generally a good impression with, probably, later hand colour; short split to lower centre fold [approx 7mm] repaired with archival tape to verso; a couple of spots to blank margins. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Blaeu's great project enlarging the "Appendix" was advertised in 1634, was first published in a preliminary edition in 1635. (preface dated 10-3-1634) two volumes. The final edition comprising again two volumes with 109 & 99 maps respectively with German text also published 1635; an edition with Dutch text, (preface dated 22-4-1635) 104 & 103 maps; French text( preface dated 1-7-1635) 105 & 103 maps; and with Latin text (preface dated "ipsis Aprillis")105 & 102 maps. Koeman:Bl 34: O [12]. Americas South America Brazil

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        Prussia Accurata Descripta a Gasparo Henneberg erlichsi. "La Prusse

      Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of Prussia from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's "Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. Decorative title cartouche; ships to the sea. Original colour; lightly toned ; paint splodges to margins and below cartouche ; crease near centre fold and light spot. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Blaeu's great project enlarging the "Appendix" was advertised in 1634, was first published in a preliminary edition in 1635. (preface dated 10-3-1634) two volumes. The final edition comprising again two volumes with 109 & 99 maps respectively with German text also published 1635; an edition with Dutch text, (preface dated 22-4-1635) 104 & 103 maps; French text( preface dated 1-7-1635) 105 & 103 maps; and with Latin text (preface dated "ipsis Aprillis")105 & 102 maps. In 1640, after Willem's death a Third volume with French text and comprising 58 maps of Italy and 8 of Greece, was published; later the same year an edition was produced with Latin text. Still in 1640, variant editions in both languages were issued with an appendix of 4 maps of the British Isles as a precursor to the Fourth volume, which would be a complete description thereof. In 1645 the Fourth volume, "Le Theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas, Mis en lumiere par Guillaume et Jean Bleau. Quartiesme Partie. " with a dedication to " A la serinissme Princesse Henriette-Marie Reine de la Grande Bretagne, France & Yrlande. " was published; preface dated 1 October 1645. This volume consisted of 58 maps with description of all the British Isles. The "Atlas Novus" was eventually extended to six volumes with the addition of a fifth volume, Scotland in 1654 and the following year a sixth the "Atlas Sinensis"of Martini. Joan Blaeu recognised that the wealthy patrons who would buy such an atlas were primarily concerned with display, thus aesthetic considerations were emphasised: the quality of the paper, binding, beautiful typography and bright colour, making maps from the Blaeu printing house amongst the most decorative of their time. Blaeu eventually updated and extended the "Theatrum" producing the "Atlas Major" in various formats from 9-12 volumes Koeman1, Bl 16A [10(Bb)] Europe Northern & Eastern Europe Prussia

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        La Karstie, Carniole, Marque de Windsch, le Comte de Cilie, Friul, & Istrie. "Karstia, Carniola, Histria et Windorum Marcia. Ger. Mercatore Auctore

      Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of Friuli, Istria and surrounds from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's "Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. The map shows the region of that is now Slovenia and Croatia ; the coast andthe peninsular of Istria with the islands. Decorative title cartouche ,compass rose and ship to sea. Original colour; light toning to edges of blank margins. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Blaeu's great project enlarging the "Appendix" was advertised in 1634, was first published in a preliminary edition in 1635. (preface dated 10-3-1634) two volumes. The final edition comprising again two volumes with 109 & 99 maps respectively with German text also published 1635; an edition with Dutch text, (preface dated 22-4-1635) 104 & 103 maps; French text( preface dated 1-7-1635) 105 & 103 maps; and with Latin text (preface dated "ipsis Aprillis")105 & 102 maps. In 1640, after Willem's death a Third volume with French text and comprising 58 maps of Italy and 8 of Greece, was published; later the same year an edition was produced with Latin text. Still in 1640, variant editions in both languages were issued with an appendix of 4 maps of the British Isles as a precursor to the Fourth volume, which would be a complete description thereof. In 1645 the Fourth volume, "Le Theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas, Mis en lumiere par Guillaume et Jean Bleau. Quartiesme Partie. " with a dedication to " A la serinissme Princesse Henriette-Marie Reine de la Grande Bretagne, France & Yrlande. " was published; preface dated 1 October 1645. This volume consisted of 58 maps with description of all the British Isles. The "Atlas Novus" was eventually extended to six volumes with the addition of a fifth volume, Scotland in 1654 and the following year a sixth the "Atlas Sinensis"of Martini. Joan Blaeu recognised that the wealthy patrons who would buy such an atlas were primarily concerned with display, thus aesthetic considerations were emphasised: the quality of the paper, binding, beautiful typography and bright colour, making maps from the Blaeu printing house amongst the most decorative of their time. Blaeu eventually updated and extended the "Theatrum" producing the "Atlas Major" in various formats from 9-12 volumes Koeman1, Bl 16A [115(Xx)] Europe Balkans Croatia Slovenia Istria Friuli

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        Le Sclavonie, Croace, Bosne et Dalmace. "Sclavonia, croatia, Bosnia cum Dalmatia Parte. Auct. Ger. Mercatorre

      Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of the Dalmatian coast with Sclavonia Croatia & Bosnia. from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's "Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. The map after Mercator of the countries of the Eastern Balkans. Decorative title cartouche; three coats of arms of Venice, Hungary and the Ottoman Empire, which all meet in this region. Original colour; light toning to edges of blank margins. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Blaeu's great project enlarging the "Appendix" was advertised in 1634, was first published in a preliminary edition in 1635. (preface dated 10-3-1634) two volumes. The final edition comprising again two volumes with 109 & 99 maps respectively with German text also published 1635; an edition with Dutch text, (preface dated 22-4-1635) 104 & 103 maps; French text( preface dated 1-7-1635) 105 & 103 maps; and with Latin text (preface dated "ipsis Aprillis")105 & 102 maps. In 1640, after Willem's death a Third volume with French text and comprising 58 maps of Italy and 8 of Greece, was published; later the same year an edition was produced with Latin text. Still in 1640, variant editions in both languages were issued with an appendix of 4 maps of the British Isles as a precursor to the Fourth volume, which would be a complete description thereof. In 1645 the Fourth volume, "Le Theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas, Mis en lumiere par Guillaume et Jean Bleau. Quartiesme Partie. " with a dedication to " A la serinissme Princesse Henriette-Marie Reine de la Grande Bretagne, France & Yrlande. " was published; preface dated 1 October 1645. This volume consisted of 58 maps with description of all the British Isles. The "Atlas Novus" was eventually extended to six volumes with the addition of a fifth volume, Scotland in 1654 and the following year a sixth the "Atlas Sinensis"of Martini. Joan Blaeu recognised that the wealthy patrons who would buy such an atlas were primarily concerned with display, thus aesthetic considerations were emphasised: the quality of the paper, binding, beautiful typography and bright colour, making maps from the Blaeu printing house amongst the most decorative of their time. Blaeu eventually updated and extended the "Theatrum" producing the "Atlas Major" in various formats from 9-12 volumes Koeman1, Bl 16A [114(Zz)] Europe Balkans Sclavonia Croatia Bosnia Dalmatia

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        Le Pays de Suisses. "Helvetia.cumfinitimis regionibus conf?deratis

      Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of Switzerland after Mercator, from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's "Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. Original colour; a few spots to blank margins. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Blaeu's great project enlarging the "Appendix" was advertised in 1634, was first published in a preliminary edition in 1635. (preface dated 10-3-1634) two volumes. The final edition comprising again two volumes with 109 & 99 maps respectively with German text also published 1635; an edition with Dutch text, (preface dated 22-4-1635) 104 & 103 maps; French text( preface dated 1-7-1635) 105 & 103 maps; and with Latin text (preface dated "ipsis Aprillis")105 & 102 maps. In 1640, after Willem's death a Third volume with French text and comprising 58 maps of Italy and 8 of Greece, was published; later the same year an edition was produced with Latin text. Still in 1640, variant editions in both languages were issued with an appendix of 4 maps of the British Isles as a precursor to the Fourth volume, which would be a complete description thereof. In 1645 the Fourth volume, "Le Theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas, Mis en lumiere par Guillaume et Jean Bleau. Quartiesme Partie. " with a dedication to " A la serinissme Princesse Henriette-Marie Reine de la Grande Bretagne, France & Yrlande. " was published; preface dated 1 October 1645. This volume consisted of 58 maps with description of all the British Isles. The "Atlas Novus" was eventually extended to six volumes with the addition of a fifth volume, Scotland in 1654 and the following year a sixth the "Atlas Sinensis"of Martini. Joan Blaeu recognised that the wealthy patrons who would buy such an atlas were primarily concerned with display, thus aesthetic considerations were emphasised: the quality of the paper, binding, beautiful typography and bright colour, making maps from the Blaeu printing house amongst the most decorative of their time. Blaeu eventually updated and extended the "Theatrum" producing the "Atlas Major" in various formats from 9-12 volumes Koeman1, Bl 16A [135(Lll)] Europe Central Europe Switzerland Helvetia

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        Territoir de Francfort sur le Mein. "Novam Hanc Territorii Francofurtensis Tabulam

      Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of the area around Frankfurt from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's "Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. Title cartouche with long dedication "The most noble, most magnificent and most prudent lords, the sheriff, burgomasters, aldermen and councillors of this famous city and republic of Frankfurt, most distinguished, most friendly and most incorruptible men, to these their lord protectors, with humble reverence." The map which focuses on Frankfurt is surrounded by 34 coats of arms of the magistrates of Frankfurt . Above the map are allegorical figures of Justice, Wisdom, Unity and Peace; Justice holds with the arms of the Holy Roman Empire and Peace the arms of the city of Frankfurt. Bright original colour; paper lightly toned to margins; a few spots to blank margins; light crease near centrefold. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Blaeu's great project enlarging the "Appendix" was advertised in 1634, was first published in a preliminary edition in 1635. (preface dated 10-3-1634) two volumes. The final edition comprising again two volumes with 109 & 99 maps respectively with German text also published 1635; an edition with Dutch text, (preface dated 22-4-1635) 104 & 103 maps; French text( preface dated 1-7-1635) 105 & 103 maps; and with Latin text (preface dated "ipsis Aprillis")105 & 102 maps. In 1640, after Willem's death a Third volume with French text and comprising 58 maps of Italy and 8 of Greece, was published; later the same year an edition was produced with Latin text. Still in 1640, variant editions in both languages were issued with an appendix of 4 maps of the British Isles as a precursor to the Fourth volume, which would be a complete description thereof. In 1645 the Fourth volume, "Le Theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas, Mis en lumiere par Guillaume et Jean Bleau. Quartiesme Partie. " with a dedication to " A la serinissme Princesse Henriette-Marie Reine de la Grande Bretagne, France & Yrlande. " was published; preface dated 1 October 1645. This volume consisted of 58 maps with description of all the British Isles. The "Atlas Novus" was eventually extended to six volumes with the addition of a fifth volume, Scotland in 1654 and the following year a sixth the "Atlas Sinensis"of Martini. Joan Blaeu recognised that the wealthy patrons who would buy such an atlas were primarily concerned with display, thus aesthetic considerations were emphasised: the quality of the paper, binding, beautiful typography and bright colour, making maps from the Blaeu printing house amongst the most decorative of their time. Blaeu eventually updated and extended the "Theatrum" producing the "Atlas Major" in various formats from 9-12 volumes Koeman1, Bl 16A [293(Dd)] Europe Central Europe Germany Frankfurt Francofurtensis

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        The Rhine with the Meuse and Moselle Rivers "Rhenus Fluviorum Europæ celeberrimus, cum Mosa, Mosella et reliquis, in illum se Exonerantibus Fluminibus

      Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of river Rhine from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's "Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " 2 double pages joined; folio; blank verso. The large decorative map shows the course of the Rhine from source to sea; also shown the Meuse and Moselle rivers. Large decorative title cartouche, with allegorical figures of the rivers and Bachus with goblet of wine; long banner at upper left with 10 coats of arms born by putti of the regions the river flows through; dedication cartouche with coat of arms and figure of Justice.. [See also item 2244: The Danube]. Bright original colour; 2 double pages joined, slight split at join;folded; light foxing to blank margins with a few spots. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Blaeu's great project enlarging the "Appendix" was advertised in 1634, was first published in a preliminary edition in 1635. (preface dated 10-3-1634) two volumes. The final edition comprising again two volumes with 109 & 99 maps respectively with German text also published 1635; an edition with Dutch text, (preface dated 22-4-1635) 104 & 103 maps; French text( preface dated 1-7-1635) 105 & 103 maps; and with Latin text (preface dated "ipsis Aprillis")105 & 102 maps. In 1640, after Willem's death a Third volume with French text and comprising 58 maps of Italy and 8 of Greece, was published; later the same year an edition was produced with Latin text. Still in 1640, variant editions in both languages were issued with an appendix of 4 maps of the British Isles as a precursor to the Fourth volume, which would be a complete description thereof. In 1645 the Fourth volume, "Le Theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas, Mis en lumiere par Guillaume et Jean Bleau. Quartiesme Partie. " with a dedication to " A la serinissme Princesse Henriette-Marie Reine de la Grande Bretagne, France & Yrlande. " was published; preface dated 1 October 1645. This volume consisted of 58 maps with description of all the British Isles. The "Atlas Novus" was eventually extended to six volumes with the addition of a fifth volume, Scotland in 1654 and the following year a sixth the "Atlas Sinensis"of Martini. Joan Blaeu recognised that the wealthy patrons who would buy such an atlas were primarily concerned with display, thus aesthetic considerations were emphasised: the quality of the paper, binding, beautiful typography and bright colour, making maps from the Blaeu printing house amongst the most decorative of their time. Blaeu eventually updated and extended the "Theatrum" producing the "Atlas Major" in various formats from 9-12 volumes Koeman1, Bl 16A [220] Europe Central Europe Rhine Rhenus Meuse Mosa Moselle

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        Evesche de Stavanger avec les voisins. "Di?cesis Stavangriensis & partes aliquot vicinæ,operâ L. Scavenii,S.S

      Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of Stavanger, Norway from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's "Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. The map shows the peninsular of Stavangar, and Bergen. Decorative title cartouche and 2 coats of arms; ships to the sea. Original colour; light even toning ;spotted; dark stainto centrefold [approx15mm]; cvrease to left lower corner Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Blaeu's great project enlarging the "Appendix" was advertised in 1634, was first published in a preliminary edition in 1635. (preface dated 10-3-1634) two volumes. The final edition comprising again two volumes with 109 & 99 maps respectively with German text also published 1635; an edition with Dutch text, (preface dated 22-4-1635) 104 & 103 maps; French text( preface dated 1-7-1635) 105 & 103 maps; and with Latin text (preface dated "ipsis Aprillis")105 & 102 maps. In 1640, after Willem's death a Third volume with French text and comprising 58 maps of Italy and 8 of Greece, was published; later the same year an edition was produced with Latin text. Still in 1640, variant editions in both languages were issued with an appendix of 4 maps of the British Isles as a precursor to the Fourth volume, which would be a complete description thereof. In 1645 the Fourth volume, "Le Theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas, Mis en lumiere par Guillaume et Jean Bleau. Quartiesme Partie. " with a dedication to " A la serinissme Princesse Henriette-Marie Reine de la Grande Bretagne, France & Yrlande. " was published; preface dated 1 October 1645. This volume consisted of 58 maps with description of all the British Isles. The "Atlas Novus" was eventually extended to six volumes with the addition of a fifth volume, Scotland in 1654 and the following year a sixth the "Atlas Sinensis"of Martini. Joan Blaeu recognised that the wealthy patrons who would buy such an atlas were primarily concerned with display, thus aesthetic considerations were emphasised: the quality of the paper, binding, beautiful typography and bright colour, making maps from the Blaeu printing house amongst the most decorative of their time. Blaeu eventually updated and extended the "Theatrum" producing the "Atlas Major" in various formats from 9-12 volumes Koeman1, Bl 16A [277(H)] Europe Northern & Eastern Europe Norway Stavanger Bergen

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        Pays Sous le Pole Articque. "Regiones sub Polo Arctico. Auctore Guiljelmo Blaeu

      World Celestial & Curiosities: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of the North Pole and Arctic from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's "Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " Double page; folio; French text to verso. Blaeu's beautifully engraved map of the arctic was first issued c.1638 and is a precise copy of a map issued by Jansson the previous year. Burden notes "even the cartouches are the same,but Janssonius has placed his imprint in the lower right cartouche; Blaeu has the scale here." Along with the original Jansson, Blaeu's map "provides the first detailed summary of the 16th and early 17th century Canadian arctic discoveries" -- Kershaw. The map provides the best view of the period of discoveries in the area of Hudson's and Baffin's Bays as well as Davis Strait. To the leftare shown the discoveries of captain Thomas James of Bristol along the southern and western shores of the Hudson Bay during his expedition of 1631/32 (with, among others, "James his Bay"). Spitsbergen is drawn as it was known after the Danish expeditions of 1605-1607. This is the second state of the map, first appearing in 1645, which bears a decorative dedication to Guilielmo Backer. Original colour; light toning to edges of blank margins; slight show through of text from verso. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Blaeu's great project enlarging the "Appendix" was advertised in 1634, was first published in a preliminary edition in 1635. (preface dated 10-3-1634) two volumes. The final edition comprising again two volumes with 109 & 99 maps respectively with German text also published 1635; an edition with Dutch text, (preface dated 22-4-1635) 104 & 103 maps; French text( preface dated 1-7-1635) 105 & 103 maps; and with Latin text (preface dated "ipsis Aprillis")105 & 102 maps. In 1640, after Willem's death a Third volume with French text and comprising 58 maps of Italy and 8 of Greece, was published; later the same year an edition was produced with Latin text. Still in 1640, variant editions in both languages were issued with an appendix of 4 maps of the British Isles as a precursor to the Fourth volume, which would be a complete description thereof. In 1645 the Fourth volume, "Le Theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas, Mis en lumiere par Guillaume et Jean Bleau. Quartiesme Partie. " with a dedication to " A la serinissme Princesse Henriette-Marie Reine de la Grande Bretagne, France & Yrlande. " was published; preface dated 1 October 1645. This volume consisted of 58 maps with description of all the British Isles. The "Atlas Novus" was eventually extended to six volumes with the addition of a fifth volume, Scotland in 1654 and the following year a sixth the "Atlas Sinensis"of Martini. Joan Blaeu recognised that the wealthy patrons who would buy such an atlas were primarily concerned with display, thus aesthetic considerations were emphasised: the quality of the paper, binding, beautiful typography and bright colour, making maps from the Blaeu printing house amongst the most decorative of their time. Blaeu eventually updated and extended the "Theatrum" producing the "Atlas Major" in various formats from 9-12 volumes Koeman1, Bl 16A [276(C)] Burden, The Mapping of North America, #252, state 2. Kershaw, Volume I, pp. 118-124; World Celestial & Curiosities North Pole Arctic

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        2 Volumes in 1: 1. Theophylacti Simocattae expraefecti et obseruatoris coactorum Historiarum libri VIII. Interprete Iacobo Pontano Societatis Iesu. Editio priore castigatior, & Glossario Graeco-barbaro auctior. Sutdio & opera Caroli Annibalis Fabroti IC. / Bound together with: 2. Nicephori Caesaris Bryennii Commentarii de rebus Byzantinis prodeunt nunc primum opera & studio Petri Possini (Parisiis : Typ. Regia, 1661).

      Parisiis Parisiis : Typographia Regia, 1647.. [28], 256, [12] / [18], 117, [5] p., 42 x 30 cm. Leather.. Good. Cover worn, bumped corners. Some pages with slightly foxed paper. Title of no. 1 partly soiled. Last 2 pages of no. 2 loosened. For both titles: text in Greek and Latin in parallel columns.

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        The Danube and its Tributaries "Danubius, Fluvius Europæ Maximus A fontibus ad Ostia, Cum omnibus Fluminibus, ab utroque latere, in illum defluentibus

      Europe: Amsterdam Apud Guiljelmum et Joahannem Blaeu. 1647. Original coloured, copper engraved map of the River Danube. from volume 1 of Joan Blaeu's "Le theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas. " 2 Double pages joined; folio; blank verso. The large map shows the course of the Danube from source to sea, with its tributaries. The large decorative title cartouche shows the Austrian emperor Ferdinand III and the Turkish sultan.Decorative vignette to lower left corner surrounding scale with allegorical figures of the river and its tributaries. [ see also item 2215 :The Rhine]. Original colour; folded; creases to left above vignette; light toning, darker to lower left corner; paint splodge above allegorical vignette ; a few spots within image; candle wax drops to verso causing slight discolouration. Willem Janszoon Blaeu [1571- 1668] had set up the business in Amsterdam 1596 following studies with the famous astonomer Tycho Brahe. In 1630 Willhem published his first atlas "Atlas Appendix", having published maritime cartography, books, charts and pilot guides for previous thirty years. Appointed Hydrographer of the V. O. C. ( United East India Company)in 1633 he died in 1638. leaving the company to his sons Joan and Cornelius Of Cornelius little is know; his name appearing on in the prefaces of books and atlases only until c1645. Dr Joan Blaeu [ 1596-1673] who had studied at Leiden took over the management of the business and established its fame. He was also appointed Hydrographer to the V. O. C. ( 1638), but his interests leant more to geography than maritime cartography. His aim was" a full description of heaven, earth and water" ( Koeman) which was unachievable. but his work produced the magnificent "Atlas Major" and the Town books of the Netherlands and Italy; works unsurpassed in history and modern times. The "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum " or "Atlas Novus" Willem Blaeu's great project enlarging the "Appendix" was advertised in 1634, was first published in a preliminary edition in 1635. (preface dated 10-3-1634) two volumes. The final edition comprising again two volumes with 109 & 99 maps respectively with German text also published 1635; an edition with Dutch text, (preface dated 22-4-1635) 104 & 103 maps; French text( preface dated 1-7-1635) 105 & 103 maps; and with Latin text (preface dated "ipsis Aprillis")105 & 102 maps. In 1640, after Willem's death a Third volume with French text and comprising 58 maps of Italy and 8 of Greece, was published; later the same year an edition was produced with Latin text. Still in 1640, variant editions in both languages were issued with an appendix of 4 maps of the British Isles as a precursor to the Fourth volume, which would be a complete description thereof. In 1645 the Fourth volume, "Le Theatre du Monde ou Nouvel Atlas, Mis en lumiere par Guillaume et Jean Bleau. Quartiesme Partie. " with a dedication to " A la serinissme Princesse Henriette-Marie Reine de la Grande Bretagne, France & Yrlande. " was published; preface dated 1 October 1645. This volume consisted of 58 maps with description of all the British Isles. The "Atlas Novus" was eventually extended to six volumes with the addition of a fifth volume, Scotland in 1654 and the following year a sixth the "Atlas Sinensis"of Martini. Joan Blaeu recognised that the wealthy patrons who would buy such an atlas were primarily concerned with display, thus aesthetic considerations were emphasised: the quality of the paper, binding, beautiful typography and bright colour, making maps from the Blaeu printing house amongst the most decorative of their time. Blaeu eventually updated and extended the "Theatrum" producing the "Atlas Major" in various formats from 9-12 volumes Koeman1, Bl 16A [219] Europe Central Europe Danube Balkans

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        Biblia paa danske, det er den gandske hellige scriftis bøgger. I-IV.

      København 1647. 4to. I 4 1700talls helskinnbd. med 5 bind. Rik ryggdekor i gull. Fordekler med speil og dekor i blindpreg. (10) + 358, (6) + 288 + 188, (6) + 316 + 200,(4) + 1 + 383 + (5) s. Portrett av Christian IV. 5 tittelkobbere.. 18th century full calf with 5 bands. Spine richly gilt. Blindtooled borders. Portrait of Christian IV. 5 engraved titles

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        Atlas Novus Sive Theatrum Orbis Terrarum: In Qvo Germaniae Inferioris & singularum ejus Partium Tabulae Geographicae & Descriptiones Continentur.

      Amsterdam, Joannes Janssonius 1647. (engraved titlepage) 40 (+ 1) double-page maps, Contemporary Vellum, richly decorated with gilt, rebound spine with gilt lettering, Folio (text and maps stained at some places, the titlepage and the 41 maps are all contemporary handcoloured. This atlas is the second part of the second volume of the third edition of the 'Atlas Novus' with Latin text. The complete 'Atlas Novus' contains 4 volumes. This volume concerns The Netherlands and has one extra map of Germany which belongs in the first volume. Krogt, P. van der (1997). Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici. New edition Volume I, p. 229-241).

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        KÖLN: Stadtplan - um 1647, Kupferstich, 28x36 cm

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        Westmoria Comitatus; Anglice Westmorland.

      1647 - Amsterdam, 1647, Latin text edition. Original colour. 385 x 500mm. Some spotting in margins. A fine map of Westmorland, with elaborate cartouches for the title and scale, Royal crests and armorials. An early example, first published two years earlier. KOEMAN: Bl 44.

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        'Lacvs Lemanni Locorvmqve Circvmiacentivm Accvratissima Descriptio. Auctore Iacobo Govlartio Genevensi. - Apud Guiljelmum Blaeu.':.

      . Altkolorierter Kupferstich n. Jacques Goulart b. Blaeu in Amsterdam, 1647, 41,5 x 52. van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. II, 4985:2. - Zeigt den Genfer See mit den angrenzenden Gebieten. - Unten rechts große dekorative Kartusche mit Kartentitel u. Autorenangabe; unten mittig Kartusche mit 3 versch. Meilenzeigern; unten links Verlegeradresse ('Apud Guiljelmum Blaeu.'); oben links Kartusche ('Benevole Lector ...'); mittig im Genfer See Kompaßrose mit Richtungszeiger; die Karte illustriert im Genfer See mit zahlreichen Segelschiffen. - Rückseitig deutscher Text. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Viri illvstris Iacobi Bongarsi Epistolæ ad Joachimum Camerarium, Medicum ac PhilosophumCeleberrimum scriptæ, et historicis ac politicis documentis instructæ. nunc primum editæ.

      Lugdunum Batavorum (Leiden). Ex Officina Elzeviriorum. 1647. 12mo.. Berghman 1366 - "Édition originale, publiée par les soins de Fréd. Spanheim". Med Bolle Luxdorphs super-ex libris på fordekkelen

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        L'Astree de Messire Honore d'Urfe. Reveue & corrigee en cette derniere edition. Et enrichie de figures en taille douce. [Suivi de: BARON (Balthazar). La conclusion et la derniere partie d' Astree (...) composee sur les vraies Memoires de feu Mre Honore d'Urfe.

      Paris, Augustin Courbe, 1647.. 5 volumes fort in-8, plein velin ivoire de l'epoque (qqs accrocs de velin et epidermures), frontispice repete en tete de chaque partie (il manque au tome III), portrait d'Astree repete dans chaque volume, portrait d'Urfe repete aux t. 2 a 5; portrait de B. Baro au t. 5; 12 fig. par vol., certaines illustrations signees: D. Rabel, L. Bobrun, P. Daret, Ch. David ou M. Lasne. Derniere edition ancienne, illustree, l'edition de reference, la plus complete. "Edition integrale des cinq parties publiee par les libraires parisiens Courbe et Sommaville, qui constitue le point d'aboutissement de l'histoire editoriale et textuelle de 'L'Astree'. Elle reprend dans une seule unite editoriale le recit complet (tel qu'il a ete acheve apres la mort de l'auteur par son secretaire Balthazar Baro) qui se trouvait jusqu'alors disperse en diverses editions. A son caractere d'edition 'standard' contribue aussi son apparat iconographique. Les libraires ont en effet voulu qu'en plus du frontispice et des portraits qu'on avait pris l'habitude d'ajouter aux pieces liminaires de la premiere partie, chacun des douze livres de chacune des cinq parties du roman soit desormais precede d'une planche gravee sur cuivre, d'apres des dessins de Daniel Rabel (...). Sous le voile d'une fiction pastorale, 'L'Astree' sut offrir a une nation a peine sortie des dechirements sanglants des guerres de religion le modele culturel qui pouvait lui permettre de se hisser a la hauteur des plus riches litteratures europeennes, tout en assumant l'heritage d'une antiquite toujours vivante. Le roman d'Honore d'Urfe proposait a ses premiers lecteurs l'ideal philosophique, politique, esthetique, d'une culture affranchie de toute tyrannie ( ). Le rayonnement de l'oeuvre fut a la mesure de son reve civilisateur. Qu'il s'agisse de sa posterite litteraire ou de ses avatars artistiques, le long regne 'd'Astree' confirme avec eclat la dimension patrimoniale du roman" (cf. 'Le Regne d'Astree', CELLF en ligne). (Tchemerzine V, 945. Brunet V, 1014. En francais dans le texte, n°82). Exemplaire bien complet de son illustration qui reprend celle de l'edition de 1632-1633, sauf le frontispice du t. III qui manque. Quelques mouillures marginales, petits accrocs, petites dechirures et manques de papier epars, une incision en long (t. II, p. 561-575), galerie de ver au coin sup. des 200 dernieres pages du t. IV. Bon exemplaire, tous les volumes a la meme date et dans leur reliure uniforme d'origine, sans restauration..

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        An historicall discourse of the uniformity of the government of England - [the first part & second parts complete]

      London : Printed for Matthew Walbanke, 1647, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, 1st Edition - 2nd stateMinor worming with text largely unaffected. Finely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with the gilt-blocked original label laid back. Remains a particularly well-preserved example; tight, bright, clean and strong. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 0 pages; Physical desc.: 2 volumes bound in 1. [12], 323 p. 307 p. [13] p. ; 20 cm. Note: COPAC and other related entries refer to an author's signature: his name in manuscript does appear in this copy but we presume that the printer added this, following their noticing that the author's name did not appear on title page post print. Anonymous by John Selden, edited by Nathaniel Bacon. In this edition, printer's name and address in two lines. B1r has row of type ornaments at head; C1r has woodcut ornament; the 'D' of D1 is under the 'n' of 'and'. Wing mistakenly identifies the state with imprint word "Walbanke" as the 1672 reprint. Part 2 titled 'The continuation of an historical discourse of the government of England, until the end of the reign of Queen Elizabeth'. (1651). ESTC citation no.: R483640. Subject: Constitutional history - Great Britain.

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        The Reading of That Famous and Learned Gentleman, Robert Callis, esq.; Sergeant at Law, Upon the Statute of H. 8. Cap. 5. of Sewers: As it was delivered by him at Grays-Inn, in August, 1622

      London : Printed for William Leak, 1647, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, First EditionFinely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Gilt blocked title to spine with raised bands. Internally, age toning evident, with some tanning and minor staining in the margins. Page 179 is torn with loss. Particularly well-preserved; tight and strong. Further scans, images and additional bibliographical material available on request. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 235 pages; Physical description: 235 p ; 22 cm. Subjects: Sewerage -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800.

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        A Manuell or, Briefe Treatise of some particular Rights and Priviledges belonging to the High Court of Parliament . . . The true condition of the Militia of this Kingdome . . . by the Positive Lawes discussed and debated [etc.]. Wing D1097

      London: Printed for Mathew Walbancke at Graies-Inne Gate, 1647. Modern calf, the margins cut close, legibility preserved; pretty A very early work on the English militia, written in the context of the constitutional struggle between Charles I and Parliament over its control, "pav[ing] the way to Civil War"; with an extensive treatment of the militia's centuries' long roles

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        Elementa Philosophica de Cive

      Amsterdam: Apud Ludovicum Elzevirium,, 1647. Pp. [xl], 408. Engraved title, frontis portrait, woodcut initials and ornaments. Contemporary vellum, ink-lettered spine (illegible). Binding lightly soiled, vellum separating slightly from pasteboard at outer edge of rear cover, but generally a clean, bright copy, with the armorial bookplate of L. Ross. The First Elzevir Edition (more correctly, the second of three Elzevir Editions bearing this date), preceded only by a small and privately circulated Paris edition of 1642. Written during his exile in Paris, which began just prior to the outbreak of the Civil War, "De Cive" represented an expansion of the psychological and political ideas set forth in his first (as yet unpublished) philosophical treatise, "The Elements of Law", which had been circulating in manuscript form since 1640, and which was later published in two parts, "Human Nature" and "De Corpore Politico" in 1650. The additional material in "De Cive" dealt largely with the relation between the church and the civil power, where Hobbes elaborated on his favorite theme that peace and order can only be established by the complete subordination of the church to the state. "De Cive" was written in Latin for the learned. As the political situation resulting from the Civil War deteriorated, Hobbes decided it was necessary to present his theory of civil government in a more incisive and more popular form, and so came about his great work, the "Leviathan" (1651). Willems 1048. Macdonald and Hargreaves 2 6. Graesse III 311.. Vellum. Very Good. 12 Mo..

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        The Reading Of that famous Lawyer Sr. Robert Brook Kt. Upon the Statute of Limitations, 32.H.8. Cap.2. Wing B4897

      London: Printed for Hen. Twyford . . . in the Middle-Temple, 1647. Modern blind-tooled calf, gilt board edges, gilt-lettered label, title foxed, some browning and foxing elsewhere, ex-library; a usable copy One of the few Inns of Court readings ever printed, of which John Baker locates some two dozen, and the only such upon the important Henrician reform enacting the first statute of limitations (in 1540) enhancing the certainty of title to property

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        Della famosissima compagnia della lesina Dialogo,Capitoli e Ragionamenti Con la giunta d'una nuova Riforma, Additione, Assottigliamento in tredici Punture della punta d'essa Lesina Alla quale s'? rifatto il Manico in trenta modi & dopo quelli in venti

      Venice: Venetia : per il Baglioni, 1647. , 1647. Book measures 6 x 3 3/4 inches.Two parts with seperate title page, collation, [16]110,193 pages. Bound in full calf, full gilt edges, rebacked retaining the original boards. Binding in very good clean firm condition.Internally, Law Society bookplate, stamp on endpaper. Pages in very good clean condition. A nice copy, in a very attractive binding.A7.3. . Full Calf. Very Good. Small 8vo.

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        Synopsis historiæ ecclesiasticae Novi Testamenti.Leipzig, heirs Lanckisch, 1700. 12mo. With engraved frontispiece author's portrait of by J.O. Oberdorffer and 4 large folding engraved plates. Contemporary vellum.

      VD 17, 23:668717X; not in Landwehr & Van Pagée, 450 jaar geheugenkunst in beeld. Rare first illustrated edition of this pedagogic handbook for students of theology by Johann Georg Lairitz (1647-1716). The first edition - without plates - appeared in Bayreuth in 1678. It deals chronologically with ecclesiastical history from the first century A.D. up to the year 1678. One plate loosening; pastedowns detached from covers. Very good copy.

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        The READING Of That FAMOUS And LEARNED GENTLEMAN, ROBERT CALLIS Esq; Sergeant at Law, Upon the Statute of 23 H. 8. Cap. 5. of SEWERS: As it was Delivered by Him at Grays-Inn, in August, 1622.

      Printed for William Leak ., London: 1647 - Typographical headpieces. Typographical border to initial capital letters. Binding - Fine. Textblock - VG (some age toning to paper/fore-edge with period hand-inking of title/early po signature to preliminary blank/B4 with hole @ page number position [ink burn?]). Modern brown quarter-calf binding with marbled paper boards. Maroon leather title label to spine. 4to: A - 2G4 2H2. 8-1/2" x 6-1/4". 1st edition (Goldsmith 926; Wing C-304). [8], 235, [1] pp. Last page blank. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Flandriae pars occidentalis

      Amsterdam., 1647. Copper engraving. Later colour. Very good condition, slightly darkened centrefold. Size: 50 x 40 cm. Map of part of Belgian coast around Dunquerque. Sandbanks and ships at sea. North to top right of map. Decorated cartouche at lower left. 2 scales. From the comprehensive Atlas Novus.

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        Vestung Hohentwiel mit Umgebung aus der Vogelschau i.J. 1644 ('Die Vestung Hochentwiel sampt derselbigen an gestelten Bloquierung des Jahrs 1644. im Junio.').

      . Kupferstich aus Merians Theatrum Europaeum, 1647, 25 x 35,5. Schefold 26788. - Vestung Hohentwiel aus der Vogelschau mit der Umgebung. - Hilzingen, Gottmadingen-Ebringen, Singen-Hausen, Rielasingen u. Hilzingen-Höhenkrähen mit kleinen Vogelschauansichten. - Singen mit Befestigungsplan. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Retrospect of Western Travel

      three volumes, contemporary half-leather over marbled boards, leather labels, corners rubbed, ownership signature titlepages, sprinkled edges, minor spotting, a nice set. first edition; 318, 292 and 293 pages; keywords: travel - women authors; Sadleir 1647; Wolff 4618 - Saunders & Otley 1838

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        The Historie of the Civill Warres of France . Written in Italian By H C Davila. Translated Out of the Original. [by William Aylesbury]

      Printed by R.Raworth, and are to be sold by W.Lee, D.Pakeman, and G.Bedell, London, 1647, Full-Leather, Book Condition: GoodSize: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall, Translated into English from the original Italian. Folio leather covers with bands on spine and vellum spine label. 1478pp. Fifteen chapters (books) in one volume. 2 blank endpapers, title page, blank verso, blank recto, licence note, 1478pp, 2 blank endpapers. The licence note is by John Browne, and states that William Aylesbury has permission to print and publish the book, and no one else may do so for a period of 14 years. Some rubbing to covers, spine label heavily faded. Some small marks to blank endpapers, second blank endpaper has a tear down bottom of its hinge, some marks and chips to margins of title page (see scan), margins of parliamentary note have some writing and chips/tears. Small chip/tear in margin of bottom corner of p 971. Internal pages otherwise in very good condition, binding tight. Additional photographs available. 3.86kg.

      [Bookseller: Mayger & Mayger Pty Ltd]
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        The READING Of That FAMOUS And LEARNED GENTLEMAN, ROBERT CALLIS Esq; Sergeant at Law, Upon the Statute of 23 H. 8. Cap. 5. of SEWERS: As it was Delivered by Him at Grays-Inn, in August, 1622

      London:: Printed for William Leak .... 1647.. 4to: A - 2G4 2H2. 8-1/2" x 6-1/4". 1st edition (Goldsmith 926; Wing C-304). [8], 235, [1] pp. Last page blank.. Modern brown quarter-calf binding with marbled paper boards. Maroon leather title label to spine.. Binding - Fine. Textblock - VG (some age toning to paper/fore-edge. with period hand-inking of title/early po signature to preliminary. blank/B4 with hole @ page number position [ink burn?]).. Typographical headpieces. Typographical border to initial capital letters.

      [Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA]
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