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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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        Nova Belgica et Anglia Nova (New England)

      Amsterdam 1647 - Black-and-white engraving. Second state with French text on verso. Sheet size: 20 x 23 1/4". Inventory#: p1169pmat.

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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.

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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.

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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

      Printed for Hen. Twyford . . . in the Middle-Temple, London 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 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Gesamtansicht Düsseldorff.

      . Kupferstich v. Matth. Merian, 1647, 20,5 x 32 cm. Copperplate engraving by M. Merian, 1647. 20.5 x 32 cm (8.0 x 12.5 in.). JPEG pictures upon request.. Im Vordergrund der Rhein und Rollkartusche mit Kirchennamen. JPEG-Bilder auf Anfrage möglich. In the front the Rhine.

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        Essend. Gesamtansicht.

      . Kupferstich v. Matth. Merian, 1647, 10,5 x 32 cm. Essend. Copperplate engraving by M. Merian, 1647. 10.5 x 32 cm (4.1 x 12.5 in.). JPEG pictures upon request.. Zusammen auf einem Blatt mit der Stadtansicht von Dortmund (Bestellnr. 1692). Gesamtpreis 1300 EUR. JPEG-Bilder auf Anfrage möglich. Views of the town of Dortmund together on one sheet.

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        Gesamtansicht.

      . Kupferstich v. Matth. Merian, 1647, 10,5 x 33,5 cm General View. Copperplate engraving by M. Merian, 1647. 10.5 x 33.5 cm (4.1 x 13.1 in.). JPEG pictures upon request.. Schönes Exemplar auf dem ganzen Blatt. JPEG-Bilder auf Anfrage möglich. Nice copy on the whole sheet.

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        Guerino detto il Meschino : nel quale si tratta, come trouo suo padre, & sua madre, in la citta di Durazzo in Prigione. Et diuerse vittorie hauute contra Turchi

      In Venetia, 1647. A. S. Luca. Prezzo i Milochi, 1647, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, 1st Edition in this formA rare and unique title, finely bound in modern speckled calf-backed, marbled boards. Gilt-blocked titles to spine, with raised bands. New endpapers. All edges red. Varying degress of tanning internally as with age, with some pages particularly bright and clean. Tape repairs to the title and pages 1 to 5 - text unaffected. Minor instance of worming evident in the margins of pages 10 & 11 - text unaffected. Previous owner's initials facing title page. Small pen annotation under printer's device on title page. Considering the age of this book, it remains particularly well-preserved overall. Further scans, images etc. and additional bibliographical material available on request.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 268 pages; A rare 17th century copy of the classic Italian prose chivalric romance. Physical description: 268, [21]p. 15cm. Printer's device and decorative borders on title page. Head- and tail-pieces. Historiated initials. Signatures: A - Z - LL3. Subjects: Italian literature -- 17th century -- Romances, Italian -- Italian imprints -- Early works to 1800.

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        Den Geestelycken Medecyn-Winckel. In welcke verscheyden Remedien teghen de sieckten der Zielen werden voorghestelt. Uit verscheyden Autheuren, als voornamelijck uyt het panarion Budaei, wiens Methodus hier in gevolcht is.

      Amsterdam, Hendrick Laurensz. 1647. (8) 667 (15) p. Origineel overslaand Perkament, 12° (vernieuwde schutbladen, titelpagina plaatstelijk verstevigd. SGT- O102).

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        Anthroposcopia seu judicium hominis de homine, ex lineamentis externis a capite usque ad calcem proximum, Exprobatissimis, quot quot sere exstant, Physiognomiae humanae sriptoribus, summo cum studio excerptum, & in usum Studiosorum Artium Liberalium simplici stylo ac methodo formatum, tribus libellis comprehensum, & publici juris factum.

      Impensis Petri Hendelii Bibliop. Typis Johannis Reuneri, Regiomonti Borussorum, 1647 - 1 frontispice, 11 ff., 252 p., 18 ff. (index), parchemin de l?époque, pièce de titre au dos. Bel exemplaire.

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        Libertas Christiana circa usum capillitii defensa. Qua Sex ejusdem Disputationes de Coma ab exceptionibus viri cujusdam docti vindicantur. WITH: Appendix ad Tractatum de usu capillitij, Qua Ad postremam Viri docti Disputationem respondetur.

      Leiden, Adriaen Wijngaerden 1647. 2 works in 1 binding, (8) 256, 29 p. Contemporary Leather, 12° (upper spine-end slightly worn, a tear in page 127/128).

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        1. fraxinella alba. 2. fraxinella alba sub Cerulea. 3. Anthyrrhinum albu. 4. Anthyrrhinum suaue Rubens. Plate 19.

      Florilegium. Amsterdam 1647 - Copper engraving. Later colour. Size: 21 x 33.5 cm. (8½ x 13 inches). Fine condition, good margins. Beautiful plate of four flowers. The designs are beautifully balanced on the page and the captions elegantly inscribed. Emanuel Sweert was prefect of the gardens of the Emperor Rudolf II in Prague. His Florilegium was first printed in Frankfurt by Kempner in 1612 -1614. It was originally a sales catalogue for plants and bulbs from Sweert's gardens, to be sold at fairs in Frankfurt and Amsterdam, but now these very attractive engravings are regarded as fine examples of 17th century botanical illustration and are much collected. Engraved by JANSSON, Jan.

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        Dissertatio de ratione status in imperio nostr romano-germanico. In qua, tum, qualisnam revera in eo status sit; tum, quae ratio status observanda quidem, sed magno cum patria libertatis detrimento, neglecta hucusque fuerit; tum denique, quibusnam mediis antiquus status restaurari ac firmari possit, dilucide explicatur

      (apud Ludovicum Elzevirium),, Freistadii (ma Amsterdam), 1647 - Cm. 13, pp. (24) 583 (1). Bell'antiporta incisa in rame. Leg. coeva in piena perg. rigida con unghie e titoli in oro su tass al dorso. Bell'esemplare. L'A., nipote di Martin, fu stimato storico. Una fortunata opera sulla guerra degli svedesi in Germania gli procurò il territorio di Helstedt, donatogli dalla regina Cristina. Questo trattato sulla Ragion di Stato ebbe grande circolazione in Europa, anche grazie a due traduzioni francesi. La dottrina esposta, ariafferma il diritto statale imperiale nel senso favorevole all'Impero e si colloca nella celebre tradizione di Botero e Lipsio. Rara edizione elzeviriana che si distingue da altre tre, pressoché identiche dello stesso anno, fra cui una impressa da Jansson. Cfr. Willems, 1050.

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        Imperaratoris Justiani Institutionum Libri IV

      Amsterdam 1647 - Justinien Ier (527-565) ~ Imperaratoris Justiani Institutionum Libri IV ~ A Amsterdam, 1647. I-18, vélin époque, 304 pp., frontispice. Le Code de Justinien, plus connu sous le nom scientifique de corpus juris civilis est la plus grande compilation de droit romain antique. Ce code est issu de l'ambition de Justinien Ier, empereur de l'Empire romain d'Orient. Celui ci souhaitait disposer d'un code de droit utile à son empire et fidèle à la tradition romaine. L'œuvre est à mi-chemin entre codification et compilation. Bien qu'ils aient repris les textes classiques, les auteurs ont su adapter des textes d'époque très différentes (théoriquement toute l'histoire romaine !), de la Loi des Douze Tables aux constitutions impériales du Bas-empire, pour constituer un ensemble cohérent, assez différent du droit romain classique, car accordé au christianisme. Cette œuvre législative prend une importance fondamentale en Occident car c'est sous cette forme reçue de Justinien que l'Occident médiéval, à partir du XIIe siècle adopte le droit romain, ancêtre de notre droit. Justinien était tellement sûr de la pérennité du corpus qu'il abrogea tout le droit antérieur, conféra une autorité équivalente à l'ensemble de l'œuvre, et interdit même tout commentaire du Digeste, " clair comme de l'eau de roche ". Vers 900, l'empereur Léon le Sage commanda la traduction de l'ensemble en grec, pour le rendre compréhensible aux juristes byzantins. Cette version grecque fut intitulée Basilica. Liber primus :I:1 De iustitia et iure I:2 De iure naturali, gentium et civili I:3 De iure personarum I:4 De ingenuis I:5 De libertinis I:6 Qui quibus ex causis manumittere non possunt I:7 De lege Fufia Caninia sublataI:8 De his qui sui vel alieni iuris sunt I:9 De patria potestateI:10 De nuptiis I:11 De adoptionibus I:12 Quibus modis ius potestatis solvitur I:13 De tutelis I:14 Qui dari tutores testamento possunt I:15 De legitima adgnatorum tutela I:16 De capitis minutione I:17 De legitima patronorum tutela I:18 De legitima parentum tutela I:19 De fiduciaria tutela I:20 De Atiliano tutore vel eo qui ex lege Iulia et Titia dabatur I:21 De auctoritate tutorum I:22 Quibus modis tutela finitur I:23 De curatoribus I:24 De satisdatione tutorum vel curatorum I:25 De excusationibus tutorum vel curatorum I:26 De suspectis tutoribus et curatoribus Liber secundus :II:1 De rerum divisione II:2 De rebus incorporalibus II:3 De servitutibus II:4 De usu fructu II:5 De usu et habitatione II:6 De usucapionibus et longi temporis possessionibus II:7 De donationibus II:8 Quibus alienare licet vel non II:9 Per quas personas nobis adquiritur II:10 De testamentis ordinandis II:11 De militari testamento II:12 Quibus non est permissum testamenta facere II:13 De exheredatione liberorum II:14 De heredibus instituendis II:15 De vulgari substitutione II:16 De pupillari substitutione II:17 Quibus modis testamenta infirmantur II:18 De inofficioso testamento II:19 De heredum qualitate et differentia II:20 De legatis II:21 De ademptione legatorum II:22 De lege Falcidia II:23 De fideicommissariis hereditatibus II:24 De singulis rebus per fideicommissum relictis II:25 De codicillis Lber tertius :III:1 De hereditatibus quae ab intestato deferuntur III:2 De legitima adgnatorum successioneIII:3 De senatus consulto Tertulliano III:4 De senatus consulto Orphitiano III:5 De successione cognatorum III:6 De gradibus cognationis III:7 De successione libertorum III:8 De adsignatione libertorumIII:9 De bonorum possessionibus III:10 De adquisitione per adrogationem III:11 De eo cui libertatis causa bona addicuntur III:12 De successionibus sublatis (.) III:13 De obligationibus III:14 Quibus modis re contrahitur obligatio III:15 De verborum obligatione III:16 De duobus reis stipulandi et promittendi III:17 De stipulatione servorum III:18 De divisione stipulationum III:19 De inutilibus stipulationibus III:20 De fideiussoribus III:21 De litterarum obligatione III:22 De consensu obligatione III:23 De emptione et venditione [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        1.Nar. sive pancratium clusy. 2. scilla marina. 3. Nar scilla minor. 4. Nar sive pancratiu maius hispa. Plate 33.

      Florilegium. Amsterdam 1647. - Copper engraving. Later colour. Size: 21 x 33.5 cm. (8½ x 13 inches) In fine condition with good margins. Four varieties of minor bulb, two of which are 'scilla' or squill. The designs are beautifully balanced on the page and the captions elegantly inscribed. Emanuel Sweert's Florilegium was first printed in Frankfurt by Kempner in 1612 -1614. It was originally a sales catalogue for plants and bulbs from Sweert's gardens, to be sold at fairs in Frankfurt and Amsterdam. Sweert was prefect of the gardens of the Emperor Rudolf II. Engraved by JANSSON, Jan.

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        Gnomon Seu gubernandi norma Abbati et canonicis Sacri Montis Illipulitani praescripta. Ab Yllustriss. es Rss. Domino D. Pedro de Castro et Quiñones Archiepiscopo Granatensi et posteabis palensi, eius dem Ecclesiae Collegiatae Fundatori.

      - Granada, 1647. Baltasar de Bolívar y Francisco Sánchez. 74 folios unidos por cordel. Sin encuadernar. 32x23 cm. Contiene lámina grabada fechada en 1740 con retrato del Arzobispo Pedro de Castro y la Abadía del Sacromonte al fondo. Grabado en portada de 1647.

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau ('Monasterivm. Münster.').

      . Kupferstich v. Merian, 1647, 29 x 35,5. (Westfalia Picta, Band VIII, Nr. 4) (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Recklinshaußen." Ansicht

      Kupferstich aus Merian 1647. 8.5x17.5 cm. -

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        Gesamtansicht.

      . Kupferstich von Merian, 1647, 9 x 31,5 cm..

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        Gesamtans.

      . Kupferstich v. Merian, 1647, 9,5 x 32,5.

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        Dortmund

      Merian, M., 1647. "Dortmund". Gesamtansicht. Orig. Kupferstich (von M. Merian, 1647). 9,5:32 cm..

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        Neuenhaus / Petershagen / Rheda Neuenhaus Dinkel / Petershagen / Rheda

      1647. Motivmass: 27,3x17,5 Blattmass: 32,8x18,0 Kupferstich aus: Topographia Westfaliae Schwarzweiß.

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        Sygburg." Gesamtansicht

      Kupferstich aus Merian 1647. 10.5x33 cm. -

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        Soest / Nordrhein Westfalen Susatum / Soest

      1647. Motivmass: 9,0x31,2 Blattmass: 16,3x38,9 Kupferstich aus: Topographia Westfaliae Schwarzweiß.

      [Bookseller: Conzen Kunsthandel Düsseldorf GbR]
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        "Sygburg". Gesamtansicht.

      . Kupferstich von Merian, 1647, 10,5 x 33 cm..

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        SIEGBURG/ Rheinland: Gesamtansicht: um 1647, Kupferstich, 10x32 cm

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau.

      . Kupferstich v. Merian, 1647, 27,5 x 31. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas]
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        Epigrammatum Joan. Owenii, cambro britanny oxoniensis, editio postrema, correctissima et posthumis quibusdam adaucta

      1647 - reliure plein maroquin rouge in-trente-deux (binding full red morocco in-32), (10,5 x 6,4 cm), dos long décoré "or", compartiments à fleuron or au centre avec des feuillages or exécutés aux filets courbes aux angles, titre frappé or, pièce de titre sur fond vert cernée d'un double filet or (label of title with double gilt line) , double filets or en place des nerfs, en pied il ya une pièce avec date et nom de l'éditeur frappés or sur fond vert cernée d'un double filet or , plats ornés d'un encadrement à triple filets dorés avec un fleuron à chaque coin, chiffre A. S. (ex-libris) doré au centre des plats, filet or sur les coupes (gilt line on the cuts) et dentelle sur les chasses (lace-like decoration on the turn-ins), toutes tranches dorées , marque-page en tissu vert, Texte en latin, orné d'un portrait gravé sur bois en noir de John OWEN en frontispice + un titre gravé sur bois en noir + un bandeau, 212 pages , 1647 Amsterodami : apud L. Elzevirium (ELZEVIR) Editeur, ".Il y a beaucoup de génie dans la plupart des épigrammes d'Owen ; on y trouve de la force , de la cadence & de l'harmonie, de la douceur & de l'enjoûment.".Première des trois Editions parues sous cette date, Reproduit également, à la suite des précédentes Editions Elzeviriennes, des épigrammes qui ne sont point d'Owen et insérées au milieu du volume (P. [107]-120) ; ces pièces, au nombre de 128, improprement intitulées, sont tirées textuellement des "Disticha de moribus" de Michel Verino (Willems 299).Brunet IV - 300/301.RARETE.LIVRE PRECIEUX .en bon état (good condition). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Historie of the Holy Warre

      Thomas Buck, Cambridge 1647 - Unpaginated. Unrestored. Printed by Roger Daniel. Leather boards both detached but present, raised bands and gilt title to spine. Engraved title page and folding map. Fep and following page only just attached with ink note in tiny lettering to the latter. Some foxed spots but generally clean internally. A lovely copy [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: David Kenyon]
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        Epigrammatum: Editio postrema, correctissima, & posthumis quibusdam adaucta.

      Amsterodami Apud Lud. Elzevirium A 1647 - 24mo, 101 x 57 mms., pp. 212, engraved frontispiece portrait of Owen, engraved title-page, no engraved tail-piece on page 204, last line on p. 212 reading "se exercuit, peritia omnibus se approbarit," dated 3 Jan. 1629 and signed by Daniel Heinsius, finely bound in contemporary maroon sheepskin, spine ornately gilt in compartments, gilt border on covers, with floral ornament in each corner, all edges gilt, marbled end-papers. A fine and attractive copy. The Latin poet John Owen (Joannes Audoenus, 1563/4–1622?) studied at Winchester College, when he began to be noticed as a poet. He taught school for some years but commenced professional poet when he moved to London in the early 17th century, where his first three books of epigrams were printed in 1606. In all, he published ten books of epigrams, which were unusually popular and enthusiastically collected by the cognoscenti of the `7th century book world. This appears to be the fourth edition that the Elzevirs published with this date. Copinger, H .B. Elzevier Press 3449. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: John Price Antiquarian Books, ABA, ILAB]
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        Francisci Fulginei protonotarii apostolici et in fulginatensi ecclesia vicarii generalis Tractatus de Jure emphyteutico in quo quaestiones omnes quae ad materiam spectant, titulis apte distinctis adamussim discutiuntur et enucleantur. Editio novissima mendis quibus alterae scatebant expurgata additis recentissimis ab anno MDCCCXXXI ad annum MDCCCXLI S. Rotae Romanae decisionibus materiam tractatam confirmantibus. Spoleti, ex Typographia Vincentii Bossi.

      - In 4, [mm. 273 x 202], pp. XI – (1) – 520 – 81 - (1) – XII. Finali ornati. Testo su due colonne. In mezza pergamena con carta marmorizzata. Dorso liscio a sei scomparti divisi da una serie di piccoli rombi con cerchietti inscritti fra filetti in oro, ornati al centro da fregi vegetale. Autore e titolo entro tassello in pelle con filetti e teoria di piccole onde e fiorellini. Piccolo strappo alla cuffia inferiore. Errore di numerazione a p. 240. Si tratta dell’opera principale di Francesco Foligno, morto nel 1647 che fu protonotario apostolico e vicario generale a Foligno, il quale, come è scritto nella dedica al lettore, realizzò i suoi studi mentre era nell’Abbazia di S. Croce a Sassovivo. A testimonianza della fortuna di quest’opera ci sono le numerose edizioni stampate a partire dalla metà del seicento in Italia e all’estero. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: EDITORIALE UMBRA SAS]
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        LE GLORIE DE GLI INCOGNITI O VERO GLI HUOMINI ILLUSTRI DELL'ACCADEMIA DE' SIGNORI INCOGNITI DI VENETIA.

      Apresso Francesco Valvasense. Venecia, 1647 - . 24 cm. Portada calcográfica precede a la tipográfica, [16], 432 pág. (sign. a-b4 A-3H4). Ilustr. con 2 grabados calcográficos a plena página (uno de ellos portada) y 106 retratos calcográficos de los personajes venecianos de los que trata la obra que preceden a los respectivos artículos. Frisos y capitulares xilográficos. Enc. moderna en medio pergamino, nervios, tejuelo, corte superior pintado. Rarísima obra que ha sido mayoritariamente atribuida a Girolamo Brusoni, nacido en 1610 (Michel & Michel v. 1 p. 222, también A. Belloni, Il seicento, p. 382), aunque hay quien la vincula a Giovanni Francesco Loredano (1607-1661, fundador de la Accademia) -Tiraboschi y Foscarini- y Giovanni Battista Moroni (Autori italiani del '600 n. 3607 y Melzi, v. 1, p. 465). Publicada a cargo de la academia por el "segretario", en el prefacio se anuncia un segundo volumen en preparación que, aparentemente, no llegó a publicarse. La Accademia degli Incogniti (Academia de los desconocidos) fue una sociedad de librepensadores, sobre todo nobles, que ejercieron una influencia significativa sobre la escena cultural y política veneciana a mediados del siglo XVII. Fundada en 1630, entre sus miembros se contaban historiadores, poetas y libretistas (entre ellos Giacomo Badoaro y Givoanni Francesco Busenello, que trabajaron para Monteverdi). A menudo utilizaban un lenguaje secreto para escribir y publicaban sus trabajos de forma anónima. La Accademia fue muy activa en la promoción del teatro muscial en Venecia y fundó su propio establecimiento, el Novissimo. Aunque a menudo fueron tratados de libertinos e inmorales, sus miembros fueron siempre respetados y ejercieron como senadores o consejeros de la República. La Accademia, pues, fue un centro de poder político no oficial durante décadas y su influencia sólo comenzó a decaer a finales de la década de 1650. Finalmente, se disolvió en 1661. La portada calcográfica fue grabada por Giacomo Pecini. Istituto Italiano per il Catalogo Unico IT\ICCU\TO0E\007607. Biobibliografías, Venecia, Accademia degli incogniti, sociedades italianas Libros antiguos anteriores a 1830 italiano [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Viri Illustris Iacobi Bongarsi Epistolae At Joachimum Camerarium, Medicum Acphilosophum Celeberrimum Scriptae et Historicis Ac Politicis Documentis Instructae Nunc Primum Edita,

      Elzevier/Elsevier, Ex Officina Elzeviriorum, Lugdunum Batavorum (Leiden) 1647 - Text Lateinisch. Ganzledereinband mit ornamental gestaltetem, goldgeprägtem Rückentitel, 4 Bünde, Einband mit angenehmster Patina, Kapital/Kapitalband intakt, Goldprägung auch an den Buchkanten, minimalste Schieflage, Schnitt rundum rot eingefärbt, Titelblatt mit Elzevir-Markenzeichen, mit Titelvignetten, Vorwort 10 Seiten, 444 Seiten mit Endvignette, perfekt gedruckt, stockfleckenfrei, sauber, ein Kleinod! Die Briefe des berühmten Jacobus Bongarz (vermutlich oder Bongart) geschrieben an Joachim Camerarius, den hochberühmten Arzt und Philosophen, durch historische und politische Zeugnisse ergänzt. Joachim Camerarius der Jüngere (1534 - 1598), deutscher Arzt, Botaniker und Naturforscher. An exquisite and first edition of Jacob Bongarz, letters to Joachim Camerarius jr., excellent condition. 7,3 x 12,5 Cm. 0,17 Kg. Gewicht in Gramm: 170 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A pair of prints of early-16th century Tulip varieties

      [Frankfurt or Amsterdam, 1647. A fine highly decorative pair of 17th-century tulip portraits from Sweert's 'Florilegium' The Dutch florist Emanuel Sweert produced his 'Florilegium' at the behest of the Emperor Rudolf II of Austria. Six editions were published in Frankfurt (1) or Amsterdam (5) between 1612 and about 1647. The present pair of Tulip prints are amongst the most beautiful of the images produced for the 'Florilegium': the flowers of 24 varieties are shown with brief explanatory text beneath each one, all beautifully arranged in ranks that echo the patterned precision with which they were grown by 17th-century gardeners. Tulips today are highly appreciated for the joyful range of colours and the elegant shapes they present in early spring. At the time when the present images were printed, Tulips were the main horticultural obsession. Their growing was essentially a pastime for the rich and powerful. The search for new varieties (particularly the bi-colour or 'broken' varieties) reached its zenith in Amsterdam in the 1620s and 1630s with a sort of 'dot-com' speculation and investment frenzy when individual bulbs fetched more than a medium-sized house. Cf. Hunt 196; cf. Nissen BBI 1920 &1922; cf. Stafleu & Cowan TL2 13.546. Copper engravings, with expert modern hand-colouring.

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