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        STUTTGART. "Die Fürst: Statt Stuetgart". Prächtige Gesamtansicht, rechts großes Wappen.

      - Kupferstich von Merian aus Gottfried, "Archontologia", 1649, 21 x 32,5 cm.

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        Seleniana Augustalia. Una cum opusculum aliis.

      Ulm Kühne 1649 - (12,5 x 7,5 cm). (24) 585 (15) S. Mit gestochenem Titel, 5 (4 gefalteten) gestochenen Portraits (darunter auch das des Verfassers) und 1 ganzseitigen Holzschnitt. Pergamentband der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem Wappensupralibros. Erste Ausgabe seines Briefwechsels mit Herzog August von Braunschweig-Lüneburg-Wolfenbüttel und anderen Mitgliedern des Herzoglichen Hauses. Der Herzog interessierte sich sehr für Geheimlehren, Kryptographie und Alchemie. Er stand viele Jahre mit Andreae in Briefkontakt und unterstützte ihn auch finanziell. Das Porträt Andreaes ist wahrscheinlich das einzige zeitgenössische Porträt von ihm. - Stellenweise leicht gebräunt. Frontispiz und Kupfertitel am äußeren Rand leicht angeschnitten. Einband vereinzelt mit kleinen Wurmlöchern. Längskante des hinteren Einbanddeckels auf 3 cm Länge aufgeplatzt. Ohne die Bindebänder. Insgesamt gut erhalten. - Eine eigenständige Fortsetzung erschien 1654. - VD17 23:620680M; Wolfstieg 13736 ("sehr selten"); Dünnhaupt 99; Gardner 43 (mit Fehler im Titel). - Vorgebunden: Alsted, J. H. Orator, sex libris informatus. 3. Auflage. Herborn. 1616. 309 S. - Ein weiteres (inkomplettes) Werk von M. Bernegger zwischengebunden [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Gerhard Gruber]
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        Il Solimano. Tragedia.

      S.l.né d. (ma in fine alla dedica: Bologna, Carlo Manolessi, 1649), - in-4 picc., pp. (8, compr. frontesp. inc.; il f. 4 per errore è stato anteposto), 138 (con numeraz. delle pp. 55-56 ripetuta e salto da 118 a 121), leg. coeva p. perg. (parzialm. restaurata). Adorno di frontespizio e 5 tavole ripieg. f.t., il tutto magistralmente inciso da Jacopo Callot (il frontespizio in quarto stato, con le armi dei Medici sostituite da quelle di Alessandro Tasca, cui l'edizione è dedicata da parte del Manolessi; le tavole in unico stato). Terza edizione illustrata di questa celebre tragedia in cinque atti, in versi (dopo la prima di Firenze del 1620 e la seconda di Roma del 1632; altre edizioni del solo testo erano apparse nel frattempo a Venezia nel 1621 e 1636). Bell'esempl. marginoso, con le incisioni assai fresche e nitide (antica firma di possesso nel margine infer. bianco del frontesp.). Manca a molti repertori consultati. Cat. Rasi, p. 300: «Raro». Lieure n. 363-368. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco]
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        Binnenhof en Buitenhof Den Haag - Blaeu, 1649.

      Binnenhof en Buitenhof Den Haag - "Curia Hollandiae Exterior"' en "Curia Hollandiae Interior"'Met de hand gekleurde kopergravures uitgegeven door Joan Blaeu ca. 1649. Afm.: 39 x 53 cm en 41.5 x 52.5 cm.Het Buitenhof aan de Hofvijver. Een aantal figuren te paard, kinderen doen de ruiters op speelgoed paarden na. In de achtergrond doorwaden vier ruiters de vijver.Op het Binnenhof met zonnewijzer en middeleeuwse Ridderzaal, brengt iemand met een kruiwagen een koffer, een zwaard en andere bagage naar de koetsen die op hun passagiers staan te wachten. De gebouwen zijn en detail weergeven. Voor de Ridderzaal staat nog een aantal gebouwen die later zijn afgebroken. Ook de dakbedekking van verschillende gebouwen is tijdens de 19e-eeuwse restauratie geheel veranderd.Deze stadsgezichten werden gegraveerd voor Blaeu"s fameuze Stedenboek der Vereenighe Nederlanden uitgegeven na de 80-jarige oorlog.Prijs: € 2.450,- (2 stuks, incl. lijst, incl. 21% BTW).

      [Bookseller: Inter-Antiquariaat MEFFERDT & DE JONGE]
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        De Bello Belgico de Cas I. Famiani Stradae Rom. Soc. Iesv.

      Antwerp, Jan Cnobbaert 1649 - Handcoloured engraved map depicting the 'Leo Belgicus', the most famous of all cartographic curiosities. The map shows the Netherlands and Belgium in the shape of a lion and is contemporary handcoloured in an attractive way. This version is based on the original Aitsinger form with the lion standing facing right with the right paw raised and holding a shield. The map was published as an engraved titlepage in the 'De Bello Belgico Decas Prima' by Famiano Strada, 1572-1649. Measurements: (map) 15,8 x 9,1 cm. (including frame) 28 x 22 cm. Heijden, H.A.M. van der (2006). Leo Belgicus, p. 60

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        Thraciae Veteris Typus Ex conatibus Geographicis Abrab. Ortelij; Petrus Kaerius Caelavit.

      Janssonius Joan. 1649-60, Amsterdam - Copper-engraving, decorative handcolored in outline and wash. Latin text edition of this map, which is a deluxe edition printed on paper with wide margins and ruled throughout in red ink. In excellent condition.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Berg eK]
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        Amsterdam plattegrond - Joan Blaeu, 1649.

      Amsterdam plattegrond - "Amstelodami celeberrimi hollandiae emporii delineatio nova"'Kopergravure uitgegeven door Joan Blaeu in 1649, in de tijd prachtig met de hand gekleurd. Afm. 41 x 53,5 cm.Deze eerste uitgave van de plattegrond was vervaardigd in 1649 voor Blaeus beroemde stedenboek Het Toonneel der Steden van de Verenigde Nederlanden met hare Beschrijvingen. Het was geen origineel werk, Blaeu had zijn kaartbeeld ontleend aan een plattegrond van Hendrik Hondius en deze geactualiseerd tot rond 1647 (de graanpakhuizen op de Brouwersgracht gebouwd in 1647/1648 komen op Blaeu"s kaart voor). Links en rechts bevinden zich smalle lijsten met namen van gebouwen, sluizen, markten, poorten, enzovoorts, waarvan de nummers verwijzen naar de kaart. Het opnemen van twee wapenschilden in de bovenhoeken komt al voor in de stedenboeken van Braun en Hogenberg. In deze traditie staat tegenover het stadswapen (hier links met de keizerskroon) het wapen van het gewest. Dat is door Blaeu vervangen door een wapenschild met het zegel van de stad.Blaeu had in de halfgroene buitenwijken buiten de wal aan de zuid- en oostkant van de stad het verloop van de wal al ongeveer aangeduid. Rond 1650 zou echter de vroedschap kiezen voor een veel ruimer verloop en was de kaart reeds verouderd.Literatuur: D"Ailly "Catalogus van Amsterdamsche Plattegronden"' (1934), nr. 133; vgl. Gemeentearchief 2007, tentoonstellingscatalogus Het aanzien van Amsterdam, nr. 41.Prijs: € 3.650,- (BTW margeregeling).

      [Bookseller: Inter-Antiquariaat MEFFERDT & DE JONGE]
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        Leiden antieke plattegrond - Joan Blaeu.

      LUGDUNUM BATAVORUM vernacule Leyden [Leiden].Kopergravure uitgegeven door Joan Blaeu, als onderdeel van het Toneel der Steden van de Vereenighde Nederlanden. Amsterdam, 1649. Later met de hand gekleurd.De Amsterdamse cartograaf en uitgever Joan Blaeu stelde zich tot taak de doelstellingen van eerdere uitgevers Abraham Ortelius en Georg Braun en Franz Hogenberg tegelijk te realiseren, door aan zijn uit vele delen bestaande wereldatlas ook een aantal stedenboeken toe te voegen.Blaeu"s Toneel der Steden van de Vereenighde Nederlanden verscheen in 1649 in een Latijnse editie; de Nederlandse werd in 1652 gedrukt.De in dit werk opgenomen kaarten waren voor een gedeelte al in oudere kaartwerken gepubliceerd; 21 stuks bijvoorbeeld in Boxhorns Theatrum Hollandiae uit 1632.Andere kaarten werden geheel nieuw voor Blaeu's stedenboek vervaardigd.Bekend is dat Blaeu brieven aan stadsbesturen richtte met het verzoek hem een stadsplattegrond en een beschrijving van de stad toe te zenden.Prijs: € 2.850,- (excl. lijst).

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        Tragicum Theatrum - Actorum & Casuum Tragicorum Londini Publice Celebratorum, Quibis Hiberniae Proregi, Episcopo Cantuariensi, Ac Tandem Regi Ipsi, Aliisque Vita Adempta, & Ad Anglicanam Metamorphosin Via Est Aperta

      Amstelodami (Amsterdam): Jodocum Jansonium, 1649. 1-88, [3], 85-320pp, plates. Later, probably early nineteenth century, full morocco by Cape, raised bands, spine in six panels, title in gilt to second panel, place and date to third with volute corner pieces, remaining panels gilt, volute corner pieces and central lozenge shaped floral spray surrounded by small stars, covers with triple fillet border, and an inner panel made up of a triple fillet with volute spray corner pieces, gilt roll to edges and inner edges, a.e.g. with combed marbled endpapers. Very minor spotting to covers, small ink stamp of the Selborne library to foot of reverse of title and once to bottom margin of text, otherwise internally quite bright and clean. From the library of James Toovey, with his gilt bookplate to front pastedown (see De Ricci, English Collectors', pages 156-7). With eight portrait plates and the folding (here bound as a double page) plate showing the execution of Charles I. For Cape see Ramsden, 'French Bookbinders', pages 46-47. Usually attributed to Peter / Pierre Du Moulin. Lowndes 2660. First Edition. Full Morocco. Very Good. 12mo.

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        Descriptio Regni Iaponiae

      apud Ludovicum Elzevirium, Amstelodami 1649 - Due parti in un volume. In 16° (mm 117x60), pagg. (48), 267 mal numerato, ma 287, (1); (8), 223, (3), 227-320 (mal numerate). Frontespizio figurato ed una tabella ripiegata fuori testo. Capolettera e cul de lampe silografici. Pergamena rigida coeva, dorso con quattro nervi e titolo manoscritto a inchiostro bruno. Volume tratto dalla interessante collana che gli Elzevir pubblicarono, nell'arco di circa 20 anni, sulla storia e la geografia di regni e repubbliche del mondo. Edizione originale di questo interessante trattato storico - geografico sul Giappone, redatto dallo studioso matematico e medico tedesco, un anno prima della sua morte; suddiviso in tre sezioni 1: "Descriptio Regni Iaponiae pagg. 1 - 210; 2: Descriptio Regni Siam, Per Iodocum Schouetenium translata in Latinum per Bernhardum Varenium pag. 231-267(287).3: "Tractatus In quo agitur. De Iaponiorum religione. De Christianae religionis introductione in ea loca. De ejusdem exstirpatione". Adjuncta eft de Diverfa Diverfarum Genium Totius Telluris Religione brevis Informatio auctore Bernardo Varenio. Chiude l'opera " Brevis Informatio de diversis gentium religionibus"; pagg. 227-320Bell'esemplare con minime mende, quali piccoli fori al frontespizio restaurato, un po scucito alla prima pag. e all'ultima, lievi aloni al margine inf. Piccolo difetto al marg. post. est. del piatto inf.Willems:"Cette description du Japon est, sinon la dernière des Républiques, comme on l'a dit par erreur, du moins la dernière de celles qu'ont publiées les Elzevier. Varenius déclare l'avoir composée pour se délasser de ses travaux mathématiques, et il ajoute que presque toutes les nations "omnes fere respublicas" ont été l'objet d'un semblable travail"; Cordier Japonica 367-368In 16° (mm 117x60), pagg. (48), 267 misnumberd, ma 287, (1); (8), 223, (3), 227-320 (misnumberd). Engraved title with figures. Floriated woodcut initials, cul - de lampe and headpieces. Contemporary vellum handwritten title on spine. First edition. In 1649 Varenius (1622 - 1650) a german geographer, published through L. Elzevir of Amsterdam, this interesting opera on Japan, in this was included a translation into latin of part of Jodocus Schouten's account of Siam, and chapters on religions of various peoples. Very nice copy, genuine; light waterstain at bottom corner.

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        Nova & accurata Tusciae Antiquae Descriptio Auctore Ab. Ortelio: Petrus Kaerius Caelavit.

      Janssonius Joan. 1649-60, Amsterdam - Copper engraving, decorative hand colored in outline and wash. Published in a Latin text edition of Joan. Jansson’s famous historical Atlas. In excellent condition.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Berg eK]
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        Stadsplattegrond Gouda

      Amsterdam: J. Blaeu, 1649. Stadsplattegrond met opstanden van gebouwen en huizen. Maat blad 54 bij 64 CM Nederlandse text op achterzijde. Kopergravure, uitgegeven in 1649 te Amsterdam door Joan Blaeu in Toonneel der Steden.... Hoogte 41,5 cm. breedte 53 cm Height: 38 CM Width: 49,5 CM

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        Novam Hanc Territorii Francofurtensis Tabulam Nobilißis Magnificis, Amplißis Prudentißimisq Dominis Dnn. Praetori, Consulibus, Scabinis et Senatoribus inclytae ejusdem urbis et Reip. Francos. Viris prestantissimis, Humanißimis, intergerrimisque, Domins Sautoribus Suis in reverentiae Signum merito D.D.D. Johan, et Cornel. Blaeu.

      Blaeu, Amsterdam 1649 - Copper engraving, hand colored in outline and wash when published. In excellent condition.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Berg eK]
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        A history of three of the judges of King Charles I. Major-General Whalley, Major-General Goffe, and Colonel Dixwell: Who, at the Restoration, 1660, fled to America; and were secreted and concealed, in Massachusetts and Connecticut, for near thirty years. With an account of Mr. Theophilus Whale, of Narragansett, supposed to have been also one of the judges.

      A history of three members of the tribunal which had Charles I beheaded in 1649, by the former president of Yale College, a post which he held from 1778 to his death in 1795. Plates 3, 8, and 9 were => engraved by Amos Doolittle; plate 7 is not present here nor is there any copy known to have it present. (Sabin categorically states: "there is no plate 7 in any of the copies seen, and it is probable none was made.").

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        LE MEDECIN CHARITABLE, EINSEIGNANT LA MANIERE DE FAIRE & PREPARER EN LA MAISON AVEC FACILITE' & PEU DE FRAIS, LES REMEDES PROPRES A TOUTES MALADIES, SELON L'ADUIS DU MEDECIN ORDINAIRE. AUGMENTEE D'UN SINGULIER PRESERVATIF CONTRE LA PESTE, & DE PLUSIEURS AUTRES REMEDES TANT POUR LES RICHES QUE POUR LES PAUVRES. ENSEMBLE D'UN ESTAT DES UTENSILES & MEDICAMENS, TANT SIMPLES QUE COMPOSEZ, QUE L'ON DOIT AVOIR CHEZ SOY, TANT AUX CHAMPS QU'A LA VILLE. AVEC UN NOTABLE & CHARITABLE ADVERTISSEMENT AU PUBLIC.

      Chez Pierre & Claude Rigaud, frères, Lyon 1649 - Edizione: Vintiesme édition . Pagine: VIII+766 . Formato: 16° . Rilegatura: Cartonato Ottocentesco con piatti marmorizzati (un po’ graffiati), dorso con quattro nervature, fregi in oro, titoli in oro su tassello di pelle nera. . Stato: Buono . Caratteristiche: Piccolo segno d'usura della carta alla terza pagina, nella quale si elencano le opere dell'autore, tutte contenute nel presente volume (Le medecin charitable, Le prix & valeur des medicamens, L'Apothicaire Charitable, La manière d'embausmer les corps morts, Les trompiers du Bezoard descouvertes, Le choix des medicamens, Le traitè du Senè, La maniere de faire toutes fortes de gelées, La maniere de faire diverses confitures, Le discours de la Peste, Le traité de la Saignée, Et la Methode agreable & facile pour purger doucement, & sans aucun dégoust. Opera rifilata, margini molto piccoli.Qualche segno di gora al termine del volume, perfettamente leggibile.Pg da 119 a 122 con strappo, senza mancanza di carta.Foto disponibili .

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        Itala nam tellus Graecia Maior erat Ovid. IV. Fastor. Haec Italiae pars nunc primum de prica aerugine est abstersa et ejusmodi, ut videre licet, nitori reddita.

      Janssonius Joan. 1649-60, Amsterdam - Copper engraving, decorative hand colored in outline and wash. Published in a Latin text edition of Joan. Jansson’s famous historical Atlas. In excellent condition.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Berg eK]
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        Premier (-Cinquième) Factum ou Defenses de Messire Philippes de la Mothe-Houdancourt, Duc de Cardonne et Maréchal de France, ci-devant Vice-Roy et Capitaine Général de Catalogne

      Paris, Louis Sevestre (puis François Noel), 1649. - 5 ouvrages en 1 volume in-4. 39pp. (1). + 64pp. + 69pp. (1). + 84pp. + 36pp. Demi veau mod. genr. anc, dos à nerfs. Edition Originale. Le Comte Philippe de la Mothe-Houdancourt (1605-1657) avait pris la tête en 1641 de l'armée française de Catalogne, qui dérouta les forces espagnole en diverses occasions. Il fut nommé duc de Cardona et vice-roi de Catalogne de 1642 à 1644 et, en 1652, il mena la résistance dans Barcelone assiégée par les troupes castillanes. Ce rare recueil réunit les cinq mémoires publiés pour sa réhabilitation, après que diverses calomnies aient été répandues sur son compte dans la ville de Paris et à la Cour. Très bon exemplaire. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        EIKON BASILIKE. THE POURTRAICTURE OF HIS SACRED MAJESTIE IN HIS SOLITUDES AND SUFFERINGS: Together with His Private Prayers, used in the time of his Restraint, and delivered to D. Juxon, Bishop of London, immediately before his death.

      No place or imprint, 1649.Early edition 1649, WITH TIPPED IN SIGNATURE OF KING CHARLES ll. 8vo, approximately 207 x 124 mm, 8¼ x 5 inches, ruled in red throughout, woodcut Royal Arms on first leaf, folding frontispiece drawn and engraved by William Marshall showing the King at Prayer with Explanation of the Embleme below, signed G.D., oval portrait of the King by Wenceslas Hollar opposite page 1, oval portrait of the Prince of Wales at page 216, a few decorated initials, collation: A - A4, B - R8, S4, pages: (8), 1 - 263, (1) including at the end a letter from the Prince to the King, 'A true Relation of the King's Speech' and an Epitaph for the King, bound in full contemporary black morocco, double ruled gilt panelling to covers with gilt ornament at the corners, double gilt rules to spine, no label or lettering, all edges gilt. At centre of both covers is a small gilt stamp with the letters "C R" surmounted by a crown and with a skull below touching the bottom of the 2 letters. 2 pages of these and similar gilt binding stamps are shown and discussed in Madan on pages 188 - 190, ours is nearest to No. 12. Spine and covers lightly faded, a25 mm (1") crack to top of lower hinge, corners very slightly worn, spine gilt rather dull, gilt missing from 1 corner ornament on upper cover, inner paper hinges cracked, binding firm and sound, armorial bookplate of Charles Chitty plus a different ink name and the date 1748 on front pastedown, slight browning and chipping to edges of early pages, very small old paper repair to reverse of intersection of folds on plate of King at prayer, no loss of text, signature of Charles Chitty to top margin of title page and page 98, tiny worm track starts on C4 - D1, no loss of text, a few pale brown splashes on pages 204 - 205, no loss of legibility, another couple to lower margin of final page, not affecting text. A very good tight complete copy in the original 17th century binding. Madan, A New Bibliography of the Eikon Basilike, No. 26 2nd issue. Madan examines the question of the authorship in detail and comes to the conclusion that both Charles I and John Gauden were involved, Charles in providing the original manuscript material, Gauden for writing it up and making a book of it (see Madan, Appendix 1, pages 126 - 133). At the top of the front pastedown a previous owner has written:"This Book did belong to King Charles the 2nd's Library" and a piece of paper bearing the signature of Charles II and 2 lines of text, has at some time been tipped onto one of the preliminary blanks. See: Sotheby's New York, Robert Pirie Collection, lot number 162. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Descriptio regni Iaponiae. Cum quibusdam affinis materiae, ex variis auctoribus collecta et in ordinem redacta.

      Amstelodami [Amsterdam]: Apud Ludovicum Elzevirium 12mo (11 cm; 4.25"). 2 vols. in 1. I: [24] ff., 267 [i.e., 287], [1 (blank)] pp. II: [4] ff., 120 [i.e., 320] pp.; fold. table.. 1649 Varenius (1622–50) was born in Germany, studied medicine, settled in Amsterdam, abandoned medicine to study geography and learn of the new discoveries being made by the Dutch explorers, and died young and impoverished. This is the first edition of his first published work, a description of Japan, and is based on previously published and unpublished sources that were available to him thanks to his association with the Elzevir firm and friendship with Willem Blaeu. The second part of the work, "Descriptio regni Siam," is a translation into Latin of J. Schouten's Beschrijvinge van de regeringe, macht, religie, coustuymen, traffijcquen, en andere remercquable saken, des koninghrycks Siam. Both texts treat of religions, customs, political organization, society, and history. As a coda to the "Descriptio regni Siam," pp. 225 to the end provide "Brevis informatio de diversis gentium religionibus," including large sections on the religions of Africa and Asia (including China); a page on those of Mexico, Peru, and Chile; sections on ancient Greece and Rome; and pages on Russia, Armenia, and Islam. The volume begins with an engraved title-leaf showing a royal audience chamber with many people kowtowing to the emperor, and, in another portion of the page, Asian scholars with a book and map. Provenance: 19th-century Hungarian stamp on verso of title-page "Teleki Pal Gr Pribekfalva. Contemporary vellum, soiled. Title-leaf loose but present; lightly reattached. A very little old underlining in ink; a good copy.

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        De architectura libri decem

      Amsterdam: Ludovicus Elzevier, 1649. Very Good. Engraved title, woodcuts throughout text. Folio, contemporary vellum, some minor loss along spine. Fowler 417. Brunet V. 1327-28. Nice copy of a lovely edition.

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        Delfi Batavorum Vernacule Delft

      Amsterdam Blaeu J 1649 - "Delfi Batavorum Vernacule Delft". Orig. copper-engraving from J. Blaeu's Städtebuch, 1649. With ornamental title-cartouche, another cartouche with explanatory notes (1.-40.) and 2 coats-of-arms. 38:48,5 cm (15 x 19 1/4 inch.). Koeman IV, map 1019, ed. 44:11 (1698/1704 De Wit Neth.). - A birds-eye-view of the city of Delft.

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        Vincentio Carocio. Tractatus locati et conducti in quo exacte de pensionibus fructibus caducitatibus remissionibus salarijs & similibus noua quotidiana & Practicabilis materia pertractatur. Hac quarta editione ab ipso Authore maximo cum labore diligentia & studio varijs et prope innumerabilibus quaestionibus utilibus et in practica frequentibus & quotidianis ornatus auctus & summopere illustratus. Huic quintae et ultime editioni additiones quamplurimae ex eiusdem Authoris monumentis decerpatae accessere.

      apud Bertanus, Venetiis 1649 - Frontespizio ben restaurato mediante risarcimento lieve e armonica rifilatura del testo naturali fioriture sparse Frontespizio rosso e nero con marca tipografica xilografata frontalino e capolettera ornati testo su due colonne 288 c p. in-4 m.pelle ottocentesca titoli e fregi oro

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        A destitute Charles II, in exile in France just eight months after the execution of his father, appeals for a loan of "to assist and supply us for Our personall support … And shall not only repay it when God shall enable Us but shall likewise remember it …"

      Court of St. Germain en Laye, September 20, 1649. 7.5" x 7.75". "Manuscript Letter Signed ""Charles R"" as King, in exile, 1 page, 7.5"" x 7.75"". Court of St. Germain en Laye [France], September 20, 1649. Trimmed at the right edge removing a few letters. To a ""Trusty and Welbeloved"" friend. Penciled note in blank left indicates this letter is from the Douglas Turner Collection. British banker, botanist, and antiquary Dawson Turner (1775-1858) was an avid collector of manuscripts. When a letter from his collection was later auctioned, the catalogue would identify it as being from his collection, such as this letter sold by Anderson Galleries in 1919. Professionally cleaned and restored and in overall very good condition.In part, with original spelling and grammar: ""Trusty and Welbeloved We greete you … well informed of your Loyalty & good affection … We have reason to believe you wilbe willing to assist and supply us for Our personall support according to your ability in this time of Our great necessity. We shall entreat you therefore to furnish Us with the Loane of the Sum of one hundred pounds Sterling and to pay the same for Our use unto the Bearer hereof; Assuring you, that We shall receive it as a great & seasonable expression of that duty & affeccon to which We already believe yoube … And shall not only repay it when God shall enable Us but shall likewise remember it upon al occasions wherein Our favour may be of use and advantage to you…""King Charles II's father, Charles I, was executed on January 30, 1649. To avoid the automatic succession of Charles I's son Charles, an Act was passed that day forbidding the proclaiming of another monarch. The Scottish Parliament declared Charles II ""King of Great Britain, France, and Ireland"" on February 5, 1649. England entered the period known as the English Interregnum (""between reigns) or the English Commonwealth. On February 7, 1649, the office of King was formally abolished. This forced Charles I's son, Charles, into foreign exile despite being accepted as King in Scotland. Oliver Cromwell was one of those who tried Charles I and sentenced him to death. Parliament asked Cromwell to put down the remaining Royalist rebellions. The Siege of Drogheda by Oliver Cromwell took place September 3-11, 1649. According to the BBC website, Cromwell's ""troops massacred nearly 3,500 people, including 2,700 Royalist soldiers, all the men in the town with weapons and probably also some civilians, prisoners and priests.""This letter was written by the son of Charles I from France eight months after his father's execution and just nine days after Oliver Cromwell's massacre at the Irish port town of Drogheda."

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        Leiden antieke plattegrond - Joan Blaeu.

      LUGDUNUM BATAVORUM vernacule Leyden [Leiden].Kopergravure uitgegeven door Joan Blaeu, als onderdeel van het Toneel der Steden van de Vereenighde Nederlanden. Amsterdam, 1649. Later met de hand gekleurd.De Amsterdamse cartograaf en uitgever Joan Blaeu stelde zich tot taak de doelstellingen van eerdere uitgevers Abraham Ortelius en Georg Braun en Franz Hogenberg tegelijk te realiseren, door aan zijn uit vele delen bestaande wereldatlas ook een aantal stedenboeken toe te voegen.Blaeu"s Toneel der Steden van de Vereenighde Nederlanden verscheen in 1649 in een Latijnse editie; de Nederlandse werd in 1652 gedrukt.De in dit werk opgenomen kaarten waren voor een gedeelte al in oudere kaartwerken gepubliceerd; 21 stuks bijvoorbeeld in Boxhorns Theatrum Hollandiae uit 1632.Andere kaarten werden geheel nieuw voor Blaeu's stedenboek vervaardigd.Bekend is dat Blaeu brieven aan stadsbesturen richtte met het verzoek hem een stadsplattegrond en een beschrijving van de stad toe te zenden.Prijs: € 2.850,- (excl. lijst).

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        Binnenhof en Buitenhof Den Haag - Blaeu, 1649.

      Binnenhof en Buitenhof Den Haag - "Curia Hollandiae Exterior"' en "Curia Hollandiae Interior"'Met de hand gekleurde kopergravures uitgegeven door Joan Blaeu ca. 1649. Afm.: 39 x 53 cm en 41.5 x 52.5 cm.Het Buitenhof aan de Hofvijver. Een aantal figuren te paard, kinderen doen de ruiters op speelgoed paarden na. In de achtergrond doorwaden vier ruiters de vijver.Op het Binnenhof met zonnewijzer en middeleeuwse Ridderzaal, brengt iemand met een kruiwagen een koffer, een zwaard en andere bagage naar de koetsen die op hun passagiers staan te wachten. De gebouwen zijn en detail weergeven. Voor de Ridderzaal staat nog een aantal gebouwen die later zijn afgebroken. Ook de dakbedekking van verschillende gebouwen is tijdens de 19e-eeuwse restauratie geheel veranderd.Deze stadsgezichten werden gegraveerd voor Blaeu"s fameuze Stedenboek der Vereenighe Nederlanden uitgegeven na de 80-jarige oorlog.Prijs: € 2.450,- (2 stuks, incl. lijst, incl. 21% BTW).

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        Amtsbuch: Rechnung. / Christoph Strauben Landtamanß (Landammann) der Herrschaft Röttennberg (Röttenberg / Rettenberg) / Vonn dem Spital Sonthoven (Sonthofen / Fluhenstein) / Vom 12. January Anno 1649 biß widerumben den 12. January anno 1650.

      - Rettenberg, Christoph Strauben, 1649 / 1650; ca 31,5 (H) x 19, 5 cm. Tintenbeschriebene Original-Rechnungs-Handschrift als Jahresabschluß aus dem Jahre 1650, auf insgesamt 136 durchnumerierten Seiten, getrennt nach Einnahmen ("Einnemmen Gellt": Verkauf unterschiedlicher Getreidesorten: Roggen, Waizen, Gersten etc.), Flachs, Zinsen etc. bis S. 72) und Ausgaben ("Außgeben"); auf S. 134 dann werden Einnahmen und Ausgaben gegeneinander verglichen und der Verbleib für das Spital ermittelt. Die einzelnen Transaktionen sind teilweise etwas ausführlicher nach Personen und deren Orten beschrieben. Die Blätter wurden jeweils links und rechts außen mit drei durchgehenden Linien versehen, die die Spalten für die Eintragung der Rechnungsbeträge abgeben. Der Umschlag besteht aus etwas stärkerem Papier mit kalligraphisch gestaltetem Titelblatt, Rückseite leer, es folgen 136 handgeschriebenen Seiten, hinteres Umschlagblatt ganz leer. Die Handschrift ist fadengebunden und mit einem graubraunem Papierstreifen, der in das Titelblatt etwas unregelmäßig hineinragt, am Rücken überklebt. Der Rücken bildet einen Wulst, der sich nach vorne zieht (Das Heft besteht bei näherem Hinsehen aus zwei mittig gefalteten und fadengehefteten Doppelblätter-Stapeln, die miteinander verbunden wurden). - Das Titelblatt ist etwas stärker angestaubt und fleckig, es weist einen größeren Einriß auf, der von unten bis zur Mitte direkt am Rückenstreifen verläuft und dort dann im 45-Grad-Winkel ca. 7 cm nach rechts oben in die Titelaufschrift hineinragt. Die Handschrift ist an oberer Ecke durchgängig etwas wasserrandig bzw. wasserfleckig. Einige Blätter weisen unten wie oben leichte Eselsohren auf, 4 Bll. sind an oberer Ecke etwas knickfaltig; über ca. 10 Bll. zeigt sich im Vorderschnitt eine kleine Kerbe. Der Inhalt der Handschrift ist nur wenig fleckig und noch erstaunlich frisch, und - von den beschriebenen Mängeln abgesehen - noch gut erhalten. - Original-Handschrift von 1650 mit vorhandenem Wasserzeichen, das aber nicht entschlüsselt werden konnte (Krone mit Reichsapfel?). - SW: Amtsbuch. Rechnungsbuch. Handschrift. Pflegamt Rettenberg. Hochstift Augsburg. Spital Sonthofen. 17. Jahrhundert. Vollständig überlieferte Rechnung. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Curse of Cromwell: A History of the Ironside Conquest of Ireland 1649-53

      - The book has been read but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact and the cover is intact. Some minor wear to the spine. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Histoire du ministère d'Armand Jean du Plessis, cardinal duc de Richelieu sous le règne de Louis le Juste XIII. du nom, roy de France et de Navarre. Avec des reflexions politiqes, & diverses lettres, contenant les négociations des affaires de Piedmont & du Montserrat.

      1649 - 2 parties en 1 vol. in-folio de (14)-230-(2)-168-183-(1)-332-(2)-70-(2) pp., veau havane, dos orné à nerfs, pièce de titre en maroquin brun (reliure de l'époque). Edition originale rare. Historien ecclésiastique connu en religion sous le nom de Père Charles de Saint-Paul, feuillant et évêque d'Avranches, Charles Vialart ne vit pas la premère édition de son Histoire du ministère du Cardinal de Richelieu publiée cinq ans après sa mort survenue en 1644. « Charles Vialart ne s'astreint pas à composer une oeuvre purement historique dont les développements se suivront selon l'ordre chronologique : il coupe le récit par des réflexions politiques ou morales formant des paragraphes spéciaux. Il s'occupe de toutes les affaires et fréquemment des affaires extérieures (Italie). Hostile aux protestants, il renseigne avec abondance sur le siège de La Rochelle en 1628 : hostile encore à Marie de Médicis, il raconte avec des détails la maladie de Louis XIII à Lyon et la Journée des Dupes. Son ouvrage va de 1624 à 1633 : le style est celui d'un pédant sans doute mais il ne faut pas oublier que Vialart avait eu communication des mémoires et des papiers de Richelieu. Il dut en user avec une trop grande liberté d'esprit puisqu'à la requête de la duchesse d'Aiguillon, nièce et héritière de Richelieu, le Parlement de Paris condamna, par arrêt du 11 Mai 1650, ce livre parce qu'il contenait « des discours faux, calomnieux, scandaleux, injurieux et impertinents ». A la fin se trouvent les pièces relatives aux affaires d'Italie en 1629 (Affaires d'Italie de l'Année 1639 passées entre Madame la Duchesse & Princes de la Maison de Savoye. Contenant Plusieurs Lettres & Negotiations pour les Affaires de Piedmont & Montserrat) : ce sont des lettres de Richelieu au cardinal de La Valette, et de la duchesse de Savoie ; du cardinal de La Valette, de Particelli d'Hemery à Richelieu, des mémoires, des instructions etc. C'est évidemment la partie la plus utile de cet ouvrage ». (Bourgeois et André, I, 622). Portrait de Richelieu gravé en frontispice. Reliure défraîchie, manque de cuir sur le second plat. Trace de mouillure marginale sur les 10 premiers feuillets et plus étendues sur les 30 derniers feuillets. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Liber singularis de usuriis et contractibus usurariis coercendis: in quo omnesfere questionesad tractatuum eius quod interest et annorum redituum pertinentes non vulgari ratione definitae continentur...

      Sump. Laurentii Anisson 1649 In folio, pp. (12) + 770 + (82). Grande stemma inc. al retro del f. P. pl. coeva con danni agli ang. e alle cerniere. Danni alle prime e ultime cc. Tipica marm. diffusa. Edizione originale di questo importante giureconsulto nizzardo. Secondo Toselli, Biogr. Nicoise, p. 37: Cet ouvrage fut tres estime' des jureconsultes de son temps. Bibl. Einaudi, 3321. manca alla Kress. ITA

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        Cronyke van het Leven en Bedryff van alle de Coningen van Engeland, beginnende vande Regeringe der Romeynen totte regeringe van Carolus I. First Dutch edition of Baker's Chronicle of the Kings of England.

      Amsterdam: Cornelis Dankertz. Very Good. 1649. First Dutch edition of Baker's Chronicle of the Kings of England. A very handsome yapped vellum copy with striking engraved title and portraits of 24 kings. Some delicate 17th century scholia/corrections and underscorings. Lacks portrait of Edward III at leaf Aa1. ; 4to 8 x 12 in; [viii],324;216;178 pages .

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        Austriaci Caesares Mariae Annae Austriacae potentisimae Hisapniarum reginae in dotale auspicium exhibiti.

       Mailand, L. Monza 1649. gr.-8°. 176 S. Mit Kupfertit. u. 13 Kupfertaf. v. F. Agnellus Pgmt: d. Zt. Mit hs. Rückentit. Taf. 2 im w. unt. Rd. etw. beschnitten.Praz 443; Graesse V, 111 - Die großen umrahmenden Wappenkupfer mit jew. 1 Portrait-Medaillon der einzelnen Habsburger-Regensten, beginnend mit Rudolf I. bis Ferdinand III. Versand D: 4,00 EUR Geschichte, Austriaca, Habsburger

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        EIKON BASILIKE. THE POURTRAICTURE OF HIS SACRED MAJESTIE IN HIS SOLITUDES AND SUFFERINGS: Together with His Private Prayers, used in the time of his Restraint, and delivered to D. Juxon, Bishop of London, immediately before his death.

      No place or imprint, 1649. Early edition 1649, WITH TIPPED IN SIGNATURE OF KING CHARLES ll. 8vo, approximately 207 x 124 mm, 8¼ x 5 inches, ruled in red throughout, woodcut Royal Arms on first leaf, folding frontispiece drawn and engraved by William Marshall showing the King at Prayer with Explanation of the Embleme below, signed G.D., oval portrait of the King by Wenceslas Hollar opposite page 1, oval portrait of the Prince of Wales at page 216, a few decorated initials, collation: A - A4, B - R8, S4, pages: (8), 1 - 263, (1) including at the end a letter from the Prince to the King, 'A true Relation of the King's Speech' and an Epitaph for the King, bound in full contemporary black morocco, double ruled gilt panelling to covers with gilt ornament at the corners, double gilt rules to spine, no label or lettering, all edges gilt. At centre of both covers is a small gilt stamp with the letters "C R" surmounted by a crown and with a skull below touching the bottom of the 2 letters. 2 pages of these and similar gilt binding stamps are shown and discussed in Madan on pages 188 - 190, ours is nearest to No. 12. Spine and covers lightly faded, a25 mm (1") crack to top of lower hinge, corners very slightly worn, spine gilt rather dull, gilt missing from 1 corner ornament on upper cover, inner paper hinges cracked, binding firm and sound, armorial bookplate of Charles Chitty plus a different ink name and the date 1748 on front pastedown, slight browning and chipping to edges of early pages, very small old paper repair to reverse of intersection of folds on plate of King at prayer, no loss of text, signature of Charles Chitty to top margin of title page and page 98, tiny worm track starts on C4 - D1, no loss of text, a few pale brown splashes on pages 204 - 205, no loss of legibility, another couple to lower margin of final page, not affecting text. A very good tight complete copy in the original 17th century binding. Madan, A New Bibliography of the Eikon Basilike, No. 26 2nd issue. Madan examines the question of the authorship in detail and comes to the conclusion that both Charles I and John Gauden were involved, Charles in providing the original manuscript material, Gauden for writing it up and making a book of it (see Madan, Appendix 1, pages 126 - 133). At the top of the front pastedown a previous owner has written:"This Book did belong to King Charles the 2nd's Library" and a piece of paper bearing the signature of Charles II and 2 lines of text, has at some time been tipped onto one of the preliminary blanks. See: Sotheby's New York, Robert Pirie Collection, lot number 162. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Descriptio regni Iaponiae. Cum quibusdam affinis materiae, ex variis auctoribus collecta et in ordinem redacta.

      Amstelodami [Amsterdam]: Apud Ludovicum Elzevirium 12mo (11 cm; 4.25"). 2 vols. in 1. I: [24] ff., 267 [i.e., 287], [1 (blank)] pp. II: [4] ff., 120 [i.e., 320] pp.; fold. table.. 1649 Varenius (1622–50) was born in Germany, studied medicine, settled in Amsterdam, abandoned medicine to study geography and learn of the new discoveries being made by the Dutch explorers, and died young and impoverished.This is the first edition of his first published work, a description of Japan, and is based on previously published and unpublished sources that were available to him thanks to his association with the Elzevir firm and friendship with Willem Blaeu. The second part of the work, "Descriptio regni Siam," is a translation into Latin of J. Schouten's Beschrijvinge van de regeringe, macht, religie, coustuymen, traffijcquen, en andere remercquable saken, des koninghrycks Siam.Both texts treat of religions, customs, political organization, society, and history. As a coda to the "Descriptio regni Siam," pp. 225 to the end provide "Brevis informatio de diversis gentium religionibus," including large sections on the religions of Africa and Asia (including China); a page on those of Mexico, Peru, and Chile; sections on ancient Greece and Rome; and pages on Russia, Armenia, and Islam.The volume begins with an engraved title-leaf showing a royal audience chamber with many people kowtowing to the emperor, and, in another portion of the page, Asian scholars with a book and map.Provenance: 19th-century Hungarian stamp on verso of title-page "Teleki Pal Gr Pribekfalva. Contemporary vellum, soiled. Title-leaf loose but present; lightly reattached. A very little old underlining in ink; a good copy.

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        Amsterdam plattegrond - Joan Blaeu, 1649.

      Amsterdam plattegrond - "Amstelodami celeberrimi hollandiae emporii delineatio nova"'Kopergravure uitgegeven door Joan Blaeu in 1649, in de tijd prachtig met de hand gekleurd. Afm. 41 x 53,5 cm.Deze eerste uitgave van de plattegrond was vervaardigd in 1649 voor Blaeus beroemde stedenboek Het Toonneel der Steden van de Verenigde Nederlanden met hare Beschrijvingen. Het was geen origineel werk, Blaeu had zijn kaartbeeld ontleend aan een plattegrond van Hendrik Hondius en deze geactualiseerd tot rond 1647 (de graanpakhuizen op de Brouwersgracht gebouwd in 1647/1648 komen op Blaeu"s kaart voor). Links en rechts bevinden zich smalle lijsten met namen van gebouwen, sluizen, markten, poorten, enzovoorts, waarvan de nummers verwijzen naar de kaart. Het opnemen van twee wapenschilden in de bovenhoeken komt al voor in de stedenboeken van Braun en Hogenberg. In deze traditie staat tegenover het stadswapen (hier links met de keizerskroon) het wapen van het gewest. Dat is door Blaeu vervangen door een wapenschild met het zegel van de stad.Blaeu had in de halfgroene buitenwijken buiten de wal aan de zuid- en oostkant van de stad het verloop van de wal al ongeveer aangeduid. Rond 1650 zou echter de vroedschap kiezen voor een veel ruimer verloop en was de kaart reeds verouderd.Literatuur: D"Ailly "Catalogus van Amsterdamsche Plattegronden"' (1934), nr. 133; vgl. Gemeentearchief 2007, tentoonstellingscatalogus Het aanzien van Amsterdam, nr. 41.Prijs: € 3.650,- (BTW margeregeling).

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        A Gospel-Engine, or streams of love & pity to quench and prevent new flames in England, being a petitionary letter to the most active London ministers, subscribers of the representation (by letter to the Lord General) or their vindication. Concerning their present actings in relation to the State, and their too frequent sowing tares of dissention for a Third War, without any other cause then [sic] their own exorbitant interests, viz: for domination. Munday [sic], March 5. 1649. Presented to them at their houses, by a friend who cordially wisheth the Kingdoms and their welfare, as his own. The particular men, presented to, are named in the next page.

      London, printed (to save transcribing) for R.H. 1649. 4to., 11 + (1)pp., a good, crisp, copy in fairly modern maroon half morocco and recent endpapers. First edition: variant. Thomason I, p.727. Wing H768. Uncommon. Harford addresses his essay to 27 named 'ministers', here clearly identified with the name of the London church to which each was attached. One of them was Thomas Cawton the elder (1605-1659) of St. Bartholomew at the Exchange, 'now in prison'. Cawton was a notable royalist who had opposed the King's execution and was imprisoned from February to August 1649 for praying for 'King Charles II'. He was involved in the projected rising of 1651, fled to Holland, and was appointed minister of an English congregation in Rotterdam. * The author actually signs himself 'Rapha Harford'.

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        Elemens philosophiques du citoyen. Traicté politique où les Fondemens de la Societé civile sont découverts, par Th.Hobbes et traduit en françois par un de ses amis [Sam. Sorbière]

      de l Imprimerie de Iean Blaeu, Amsterdam (Paris) 1649 - Legatura 800 in mz. pelle con fili, fregi e tiolo oro al ds. (lievi abrasioni). Tagli colorati. Firma di appartenenza al frontis. e margine superiore sobrio ma, nel complesso, bell esemplare. Prima traduzione francese degli Elementa philosophiae di Hobbes. Nel 1649 uscirono due edizioni - come ricorda Brunet, III, 240 - di questa traduzione: la nostra è la seconda edizione che, oltre ad essere meglio impressa e di formato leggermente più grande della prima, contiene di seguito un testo ( Advertissement du traducteur adjousté apres la publication de cet Ouvrage ) che non è nell edizione precedente. 8vo (cm. 15,2), 24 cc.nn., 448 pp., 8 cc.nn. Antiporta fig. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Gesamtansicht von Schenkenschanz, Griethausen, Tollhuys, Haus Halt oder Byland in der Düffel u. Schanze Christina o. Neu-Schenkenschanz.

      - altkolorierter Kupferstich b. Blaeu in Amsterdam, 1649, 43 x 52,5 (Schenkenschanz D 25) (hochauflösende Bilder auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - high resolution pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Poesies du Sieur de Malleville

      Chez Augustin Courbe 1649 - - Chez Augustin Courbe, A Paris 1649, In-4 (17x23cm), (6) 370pp. (11), relié. - Edition originale posthume. Marque de l'éditeur en page de titre. Reliure en plein velin souple d'époque. Dos lisse muet avec trace d'une écriture à la plume. Trace de mouillure pâle sur la table et le feuillet de privilège, en bas de page, en marge. Le premier feuillet de garde s'est décollé du contreplat. La pagination reprend à la page 65 après la page 72, sans manque. Bon exemplaire. Le poète Claude Malleville (1597-1647) est l'un des représentants les plus marquants de la génération qui a suivi immédiatement celle de Malherbe. ll est, dès ses débuts, vers 1620, un poète apprécié pour la qualité de ses vers, habitué de l'hôtel de Rambouillet et du salon de Mademoiselle de Gournay, il collabore brillamment à La Guirlande de Julie et compose des rondeaux et des épigrammes, que recommandent l'aisance du tour et de la facture. Il fut attaché comme secrétaire au Maréchal de Bassompierre, celui-ci une fois arrêté, Malleville mourra peu après. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] Edition originale posthume. Marque de l'éditeur en page de titre. binding en plein velin souple d'époque. spine lisse muet avec trace d'une écriture à la plume. Trace de mouillure pâle sur la table et le feuillet de privilège, en bas de page, en marge. Le premier feuillet de garde s'est décollé du contreplat. Bon exemplaire. (6) 370pp. (11) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Welcher gestalt es hinfüro mit Einziehung deß Weinzehenden, Auch anderer Weingefäll, im Hertzogthumb Würtemberg solle gehalten werden.

      Stuttgart Kautt 1649 - (29 x 19 cm). (2) 27 S. Mit großem Wappenholzschnitt auf dem Titel. Rückenbroschur. Nachdruck der Herbstordnung von 1607, in der Herzog Friedrich I. von Württemberg einheitliche Richtlinien für den Weinbau erlässt und den Anbau von Qualitätssorten empfiehlt. Der Dreißigjährige Krieg hat auch den Weinbau stark beeinträchtigt, so dass die Weingärtner danach versuchten, ertragreiche Sorten zu pflanzen, die aber in Württemberg häufig nicht ausreiften. Der darunter leidenden Qualität und Lagerfähigkeit des Weines versucht Herzog Friedrich u.a. mit vorliegender Ordnung entgegenzuwirken. - Gebräunt bzw. braunfleckig und stellenweise mit alten Anstreichungen, sonst gut erhalten. - VD17 1:016070G

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        [The World and Continents - Five Maps]

      Amsterdam: Jan Jansson, 1649. Copper-engraved maps, from the "Novus Atlas," German text edition, in excellent condition. An excellent set of the World and Continents, by Hondius and Jansson, two of the Netherlands' greatest cartographers This handsome set of the World and Continents comes from the 1649 German edition of Jan Jansson and Henricus Hondius' Novus Atlas, Das Ist: Welt-Beschreibung mit allerhand schönen newen auszführ lichen Taffeln Inhaltende Die Königreiche und Länder des gantzen Erdtreichs . This monumental work was the inheritor of the legacy of the great atlas first published in 1595 by Rumold Mercator, and later re-issued and revised by Jodocus Hondius and family. In 1630, Willem Blaeu dramatically entered the land atlas market, compelling Jansson and Hondius to mount this powerful reprise. The World map, Nova Totius Terrarum Orbis Geographica ac Hydrographica Tabula, originally dates from 1630, and is present here in the second state, dated '1641', but printed in 1649 using the same plate. It is richly decorated in Baroque style, and is most memorable for the four portraits that adorn it: Julius Caesar and Claudius Ptolemy, at the top; and Gerard Mercator and Jodocus Hondius Sr., at the bottom. Also featured are the four elements of Classical science, illustrated in accordance with Greek and Roman mythology. At the bottom of the composition, between the two hemispheres, are personifications of the four continents. Europe is shown as an enthroned queen with a scepter and a book, symbolising power and knowledge. Alluding to the colonial aspirations of the European powers, Europe accepts gifts offered in outstretched hands by Native Americans, Africans and Asians. In the map, California is shown as an island, a fairly recent innovation, curiously not depicted on the accompanying map of the Americas. The map of Europe, Europa Exactissime Descripta , originally dated 1631, is present here in the second state. Many details regarding the configuration and political boundaries derive from Mercator's map of Europe. The dedication to Louis XIII of France alludes to the alliance forged between France and the United Provinces in 1630, a pact engineered by Cardinal Richelieu which helped guarantee Holland's independence from Spain. (Spain's continued effort to re-invest Holland was one of the ongoing causes of the Thirty Years' War). Africae nova Tabula, first printed in 1631, and present here in the third state, is a fascinating map that reveals the extent to which the interior of the continent largely remained an enigma to Europeans, with the ancient myth that the Nile was fed by two large lakes taking precedence. The coasts, portrayed with relative accuracy, were what really interested the Dutch, who by virtue of their recent seizure of the fortress of Elmina on the Gold Coast had become major protagonists in the African slave trade. The map is embellished with numerous African animals, including ostriches, crocodiles, lions and a griffin. The sea is inhabited by ships, flying fish, sea monsters and the god Neptune. The map of Asia, Asia recens summa cura delineata , was originally printed in 1631, and is present here in the second state, distinguished from the former by the addition of 'Janssonius' as the named publisher. It is dedicated to Eilhard Lubbin, a cartographer and mathematician of Rostock. The image of the Far East is significantly improved from Mercator's example, reflecting information derived from Dutch traders and Jesuit priests. America noviter delineata was first issued by Jodocus Hondius Jr. in 1618, and is present here in the fourth state. Geographically, the map predates the 'California as an Island' phenomenon, and does not include LeMaire's discovery of Cape Horn. The map is elegantly embellished with merchant ships and sea monsters. Burden, The Mapping of North America I, 192; Koeman, Atlantes Neerlandici I (1997 ed.) , 1:424/27; Norwich, Maps of Africa, 34; Shirley, The Mapping of the World , 336.

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        IL VACCARO.

      1649 (ab origine 1643).. Importante acquaforte disegnata ed incisa dal pittore olandese Paul Potter, di mm. 182 x 202, sotto passepartout. ?"Pur trattandosi di un quarto stato, è curioso considerare che la lastra viene ridotta in larghezza di ca. 70 mm. (in origine era larga 268 mm.) e cambiano la firma (da I. Pauwelius, I. Paulus, a Paulus) e la data (da 1643 a 1649). Questa ed altre varianti nel disegno potrebbero farla considerare un nuovo primo stato. Rara?". Cfr. Bartsch, n. 14 - Dutuit, n. 14 - Gandellini de Angelis, n. XV - Benezit,XI,175. Angoli riparati per abrasioni da antico montaggio, ma buon esemplare.

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        Universalis 46 Provinciarum Ordinis ff. Minorum Capucinorum per Universam Europa Delineatio.':.

      - Kolorierter Kupferstich v. Cappuccino Gall aus Chorographica Descriptio Provinciarum Et Conventuum Fratrum Minorum b. Jean de Montecalerio (Johannes à Montecalerio), 1649, 49 x 67 Cremonini, L' Italia nelle vedute e carte geografiche dal 1493 al 1894 libri di viaggi e atlanti, Nr. 1. - Zeigt Europa mit den 46 Kapuzinerordensprovinzen zwischen Norwegen, Nordküste von Afrika, Atlantik, Türkei und Zypern. - Oben rechts Titelkartusche. - Oben links Kartusche mit Meilenzeiger und Dedikation. - Ein Einriss perfekt restauriert. - Seltene Ordensprovinzkarte! Rare map from the 46 Capuchin provinces in Europe. (hochauflösende Bilder auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - high resolution pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Tragicum Theatrum Actorum, Casuum Trigicorum Londini Publice celebratorum, Quibus Hiberniae Proregi, Episcopo Cantuariensi,

      Amsterdam: Joachim Jansonium, 1649. First edition. Half Vellum, marbled boards.. Very Good. With eight hand-colored portrait plates! 8vo. 14.5 by 9 cm. 320 pp. With one double paged b/w plate of Whitehall, in addition to the hand-colored plates. A history of the Puritan Rebellion, written shortly have the regicide of Charles I. (In Latin.) Rare with the plates colored. Light wear and soiling to the binding. Scattered soiling to leaves, with some leaves heavily darkened. A few edge repairs to leaves.

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        SAVOYE: LA SAVOYE, DEDIEE AU ROY.

      - Seltene Karte zeigt Savoyen mit dem Genfersee im Norden und Susa in Piemont im Süden. Von Placide de Sainte-Helene (1649-1734), aus dem Atlas 'Cartes de geographie' herausgegeben in Paris 1686-1704. Knapp beschnitten und auf altem Papier aufgezogen, leichte Faltspur, ansonsten gut erhalten.

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        Pathomyotomia or a Dissection of the significative Muscles of the Affections of the Minde. Being an essay to a new method of observing the most important movings of the muscles of the head, as they are the neerest and immediate organs of the voluntarie or impetuous motions of the mind. With the proposall of a new nomenclature of the muscles. by J.B. Sirnamed the Chirosopher.

      WW. for Humphrey Moseley, London 1649 - 12mo (136 x 78 mm). [36], 240 pp. Errata on A6r. 19th-century calf (extremities worn, corners bumped, portion missing from top of spine; inner hinges cracked, short margins). Internally little browned throughout, title-page somewhat soiled and with 19th-century owner's signature. Provenance: Anglican clergyman and hymn writer Henry Francis Lyte (1793-1847), Armorial bookplate to front pastedown. ---- Norman 371; NLM/Krivatsy 1931; Wellcome II, p.270; Wing B-5468. - VERY RARE FIRST EDITION of this anonymously published treatise on the expression of the emotions, in which Bulwer treats the relationship between muscular action and psychology. "Bulwer was the first Englishman to write about the teaching of deaf-mutes" (Garrision- M. 3347, note). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Ludovicus Boisotus, praefectus mari.

      - Haarlem, Peter Soutman, 1649.Engraved half length portrait by Cornelis Visscher, with Leiden and ships in the background. Ca. 41,5 x 30 cm.Louis Boisot (1530-1576), belonging to the nobility of the Southern-Netherlands, was admiral of the Zealand sea beggar fleet (Watergeuzen) during the Eighty Years' War and commander of the fleet during the siege of Leiden. This portrait is number 4 of a series of 4 portraits engraved by Cornelis Visscher (1628 - 1658), who collaborated with the publisher Pieter Soutman in a series of four portraits commemorating key figures in the siege story.- A fine decorative portrait.Not in Muller, Portretten; Van Gent & Paesie, Zeeuwse zeehelden, pp.38-49.

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