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2010-10-24 11:56:30
MERIAN, Matthew.
J.L. Gottfried's Archontologica Cosmica., 1649. Copper engraving. Original colour. Fine condition. Size: 36 × 28 cm. (14 × 11 inches). Attractive map of Lorraine, title along the top edge. Shield at lower right.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington
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2010-10-22 10:33:15
Pedro Nunez De Avendagno; Bartolomeo Dalla Bella
Venice, Italy: Francesco Storti. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1649. Hardcover. B&W Illustrations; Small 4to 9" - 11" ; . [half title leaf], [full title leaf], pages; Illustrated title page, elaborated initials and tailpieces. Text in two columns. Contemporary limp vellum. Some external discoloration, attached eps separated from inside covers, ink notations to eps, old ink ownership to half andfull title leaf. Dampwrinkling throughout, trivial worming to lower margin of last 3 leaves, dampstaining to lower portion of pages at front of volume, affecting smallportion of text before p41 and after p112, and lower/inside margin of pp41-112. Collated; contains half title, full title, and dedication leaf, but lacks any other leaves preceding translator's note [as does the copy in Switzerland- the 3 other found copies not listing pagination], (p[7], recto of leaf preceding b[1]). Engraving on title page, printed marginalia. OCLC Number: 165812675. None found, Worldcat returns 4 copies with minor variations. ; 0 .
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2010-10-18 14:44:14
MERIAN, Matthew.
J.L. Gottfried's Archontologica Cosmica., 1649.. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Very good condition, darkened centrefold. Size: 35 x 26 cm. Handsome bird's eye view of Ferrara, with Po di Volano in the foreground. Key to the important buildings in the top right corner. This town plan was one of many engravings originally published in Merian's Theatrum Europaeum that were incorporated into later editions of Gottfried's chronicles.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington [United Kingdom]
2010-10-18 14:34:16
MERIAN, Matthew.
J.L. Gottfried's Archontologica Cosmica., 1649.. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Very good condition, lightly darkened centrefold. Size: 34.5 x 22 cm. Handsome bird's eye view of Ancona. Key to the important buildings along the sides. This town plan was one of many engravings originally published in Merian's Theatrum Europaeum that were incorporated into later editions of Gottfried's chronicles.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2010-09-20 17:45:53
BRIET PHILIPPE.
Parigi, 1649. Incisione in rame, 143x188. Tratta dalla rara opera "Parallela geographica Italiae veteris et novae". Ottimo esemplare ben conservato. cartografia.
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini [Verona, VR, Italy]
2010-08-19 14:10:29
MERIAN, Matthew.
J.L. Gottfried's Archontologica Cosmica., 1649. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Slight darkening along centrefold. Very good condition. Size: 330 x 205 mm. View of Marburg, central Germany, with its magnificent castle, scene of the famous conference between Martin Luther and Zwingli in 1529. His town plan was one of many engravings originally published in Merian's Theatrum Europaeum that were incorporated into later editions of Gottfried's chronicles.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2010-07-20 17:46:37
MERIAN, Matthew.
Frankfurt., 1649. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Slightly darkened fold, left of centre, but clean and crisp impression. Very good condition. Size: 55 x 13 cm. Panoramic town view of Braunschweig in the seventeenth century, showing all the main buildings (listed at top left). This town plan was one of many engravings originally published in Merian's Theatrum Europaeum that were incorporated into later editions of Gottfried's chronicles.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2010-07-16 16:58:25
MERIAN, Matthew.
J.L. Gottfried's Archontologica Cosmica., 1649. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Very good condition. Darkened centrefold. Size: 31 x 20.5 cm. (12 x 8 inches). View of Augsburg. List of main buildings and fetures at lower left. Title at top centre. This town plan was one of many engravings originally published in Merian's Theatrum Europaeum that were incorporated into later editions of Gottfried's chronicles.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2010-07-14 18:41:03
MERIAN, Matthew.
J.L. Gottfried's Archontologica Cosmica., 1649. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Slightly darkened centrefold, not affecting image. Very good condition. Size: 35.5 x 26.5 cm. (14 x 10� inches). Beautiful town plan of Mainz in the seventeenth century, showing all the main buildings (listed at lower right). This town plan was one of many engravings originally published in Merian's Theatrum Europaeum that were incorporated into later editions of Gottfried's chronicles.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2010-07-14 05:47:02
MERIAN, Matthew.
J.L. Gottfried's Archontologica Cosmica., 1649. Cologne. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Slightly darkened at centrefold and top edge. Very good condition. Size: 36 x 28 cm. (14 x 11 inches). A very attractive plan of mid-17th century Cologne, with title at top centre, flanked by the city arms, with lists of important churches along left margin, and gates and marketplaces on right margin. This town plan was one of many engravings originally published in Merian's Theatrum Europaeum that were incorporated into later editions of Gottfried's chronicles.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2010-07-14 05:47:02
MERIAN, Matthew.
J.L. Gottfried's Archontologica Cosmica., 1649. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Verygood condition, darkened centrefold. Size: 38 x 21.5 cm. (15 x 8½ inches). Handsome bird's eye view of Schaffhausen, with the Rhine in the foreground. Key to the important buildings along lower edge, title at upper centre. This town plan was one of many engravings originally published in Merian's Theatrum Europaeum that were incorporated into later editions of Gottfried's chronicles.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2010-06-23 02:47:04
Ostende -
Kupferstich-Plan von J. Blaeu, ca. 1649. Ca. 37,5 x 48,5 cm. Plan von Ostende aus der Vogelschau mit einer Insetkarte der Stadt oben links aus größerer Distanz betrachtet. Links unten Titelkartusche sowie Legende zu den Kennzeichnungen des Planes, die rechts unten in einer weiteren Legende fortgesetzt werden. In der rechten oberen Ecke dekoratives Wappen mit einem Löwen, darunter zusätzlich ein Wappen mit drei Schlüsseln von Hand eingezeichnet, beide Wappen koloriert. Mit lateinischem Rückentext. Prachtvolle Ansicht aus Blaeus berühmten Stedebok, hier in der lateinischen Ausgabe "Novum Ac Magnum Theatrum Urbium Belgicae".
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen [Trier, Germany]
2010-06-01 13:52:09
MERIAN, Matthew.
J.L. Gottfried's Archontologica Cosmica., 1649.. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Very good condition, darkened centrefold. Size: 37 x 29 cm. (14½ x 11½ inches). View of Groningen, showing the town and its fortifications, with a list of the important buildings at lower left. This town plan was one of many engravings originally published in Merian's Theatrum Europaeum that were incorporated into later editions of Gottfried's chronicles.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2010-04-27 14:25:17
OVID
Amsterdam: Janssonium, 1649. hardcover. near fine. 453pp. + 18pp. index, 12mo, full contemporary vellum; (top of hinge starting, small brown spot on front cover). Amsterdam: Joannem Janssonium, 1649. Very good (+). The fifteen books of the Metamorphosis.
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2010-04-26 20:37:42
(Du Moulin, Peter, 1601-1684, attributed but authorship doubtful)
Amstelodaim, apud Jodocum Jansonium, 1649. first edition in Latin; 24mo (slightly shorter than 14 cm.), 320 pp. beginning with title, but not including the Benevole Lector between F2 and F3 consisting of two leaves one of which is numbered “pag.85” on recto and the other unnumbered, in addition to the regular pages 85-88, has all of the eight portraits (including the sometimes missing Holland plate) and the double page “White Hall” plate showing the execution of Charles I; full dark blue morocco with all edges gilt; small modern book plate, a brief written description attached to first binder’s blank, general light age toning with title darker; a very good+ copy in an attractive binding; Madan (Eikon) 114. Photos available upon request.
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2010-04-13 11:02:40
ENLIDEN ARTIG KONST BOG,
København, Jørgen Holst 1649. Liten 4to. (2) + 54 + (2) s. Fraktur. En tresnittet vignett. Nyere helpergamentbd. u. tekst. St. på forsats. Svake blå streker i marg s. 22, do. røde s. 46-49. Ellers meget pen.. "Latverge" er konfekt av innkokt fruktpure, jfr. "Turkish Delight". B. D. II, 262. Udgjør et Afsnit af Oeconomia nova. [B. D. II, 232-33.]
Bookseller: Norlis Antikvariat
2010-04-12 10:56:42
RICHELIEU (Armand Jean du Plessis, cardinal duc de)
s. l. , s. n. , 1649.in-12 : 260 pp. demi-chagrin rouge à coins,dos à faux-nerfs, titre doré, monogramme doré en queue : chiffre formé des initiales L et B entrelacées sous une couronne (reliure XIXème). Exemplaire très bien relié de cette édition contenant plusieurs pièces curieuses (Brunet, III, 579). Contenu in Archives Curieuses de L'Histoire de France (.) publiées (.) par F. Danjou, 2e série, T. V, Paris, 1838. DES PHOTOGRAPHIES NUMERIQUES SONT DISPONIBLES PAR E-MAIL SUR SIMPLE DEMANDE - WE CAN SEND PICTURES OF BOOKS ON SIMPLE REQUEST. Livres [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie ancienne Michèle Masson [Bordeaux, France]
2010-03-22 21:43:24
Prynne, William (1600-1669)
London: Printed for Michael Spark at the blew-Bible in the Green-Arbor, 1649. Book. Octavo (8vo). Numerous errors in pagination, but text is complete and consecutive. [xxiv], followed by pages numbered 3-17, 14-15, 20-21, 11, 10, 24-40, 45-52, 49-72, 41-48, 81-119 and [i] page errata; total 142 pages. Small quarto (4to) measuring 7-3/8" tall. This copy compares with a 3rd edition at Yale, but the edition is not stated; most likely lacks a frontisportrait. Disbound: removed from bound volume, with stitching attached and functional. A few small letters in ink in margin of title page, but this is a clean text, with minor staining to final leaf (errata). Title continues "...Wherein the Satisfactorinesse of the Kings Answers to the Propositions for settlement of a firm lasting Peace, and future security of the Subjects against all feared Regal Invasions and encroachments whatsoever is clearly demonstrated. As likewise, That there is not other probable or possible way to settle a speedy firm and lasting Peace, but by the Houses embracing and proceeding upon the large extraordinary Concessions of the King in this Treaty, for the Kingdom present weal and future security. And that the Armies Remonstrance, Nov. 20 is a way to speedy and certain ruine; and a meer Plot of the Jesuites to defame and destroy us. Put into Writing, and published by him at the importunate request of divers Members, for the satisfaction of the whole Kingdom, touching the Houses Vote upon his Debate." Matthew 5v9 and Psalm 68v30 are then quoted. Topics: Early English books, Charles I King of England 1600-1649 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Kurt Gippert Bookseller ABAA [Chicago, IL, U.S.A.]
2010-03-18 00:28:44
(Estienne, Henri, 1531-1598, attributed, Theodore de Beze or Jean de Serre have also been suggested)
NP: Selon la copie imprimee a Paris, 1649. 24mo (slightly taller than 14 cm.), 138 pp, full vellum with exposed cords at joints and spine hand lettered; binding wrinkled and ties gone, front hinge cracked but still overall sound, front pastedown and back free endpaper signed "T. Kerrich, M. C. C. 1804" (antiquarian Thomas Kerrich, Magdalen College, Cambridge), general age toning, margins cut down but no letters hit, good. Photos available upon request.
Bookseller: Zubal Books [U.S.A.]
2010-03-15 23:07:01
CHARLES I
Rouen: Jean Berthelin, dans la Court du Palais, 1649. Rouen: Jean Berthelin, dans la Court du Palais. G : in good condition. Hinges cracked. Some foxing and darkening within. 1649. Second Edition. Brown hardback leather cover. 120mm x 70mm (5" x 3"). [lxii], 442pp. Double page engraved allegorical frontispiece depicting the King as a Christian Martyr. Early French edition of Charles I's treatise on Kingship. Second Edition Revised & Augmented. .
Bookseller: Barter Books [United Kingdom]
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2010-03-15 17:28:31
Hammond, Henry
London: R. Royston, 1649. First edition. [6], 263 pp. Woodcut device of Oxford on title page. 1 vols. 4to. Coontemporary calf, worn, upper joint split, internally very good. With bookplates of HENRY SHERWIN and CHARLES WETZEL on endpapers, with printed slip from Sherwin stating that he acquired the book from the collection of GEORGE BETHUNE, American editor of Izaac Walton. First edition. [6], 263 pp. Woodcut device of Oxford on title page. 1 vols. 4to. Bethune, Sherwin, Wetzel Copy - and Walton Association. Henry Hammond (1605-1660) was an eminent Caroline divine, prolific writer, biblical scholar, and a contemporary of his fellow divine, Izaak Walton, who refers to Hammond in his LIVES as "the learned Dr. Hammond". A nice assocation copy, from the library of the Walton editor George Bethune (who clearly saw the connection to Walton) and of two of America's greatest angling collectors. New Wing H-520
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [U.S.A.]
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2010-03-14 03:03:15
Charles I, King Of England (1600-1649)
Rouen : Iean Berthelin, 1649. 1st French Edition. Physical desc. : pp. 398. 4º. Engraved (2 page) frontis depicting the King as a Christian martyr. Madan 52. Frontispiece Madan 30. Trans. by Jean Baptiste Porree Subjects; Great Britain - History - Civil War, 1642-1649 - Early works to 1800. A very nice copy in later light-tan quarter-calf, black Morocco title label. Scans and additional bibliographic detail on request.
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2010-02-09 19:33:22
LEONCILLUS ANTONIUS
Franc. Succium, 1649. [Legatura-Spoleto] (cm. 32) bella piena pergamena originale con dorso e piatti decorati in oro. Leoni al dorso, agli angoli dei piatti e al centro, entro cartiglio ai piccoli ferri. Contornati da doppia cornice di filetti.-- cc. 6 nn., pp. 463, pp. 96. Grande stemma papale al frontis in rosso e nero. Ricchi fregi e capilettera in xilografia. Edizione originale rara. Manca a molta bibliografia consultata compreso Sapori, Choix, Graesse, Brunet e British M. Stc. Italian che ha un' altra opera di questo raro autore di Spoleto (morto nel 1655) ma non la nostra. Esemplare molto bello e fresco probabilmente di dedica in legatura perfettamente conservata. * Jacobilli "Bibliotheca Umbriae" p. 51.[f49] Libro
Bookseller: Studio bibliografico Libri Antichi Arezzo di Massai C. [IT]
2010-02-08 16:05:56
Tothill, William
London. Printed by T.W. for R. Best. 1649. Book 24mo, 14x 8cm, the first edition, v, 192, 61p., trimmed, early full calf boards rebacked, raised gilt ruled bands, leather label, gilt titles, private library stamp and bookplates on the front endpapers, pages 75 to circa 122 wormed upper gutter text margin, very good to fine, (cgc). Wing T1952. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: J. Patrick McGahern Books Inc. [Canada]
2010-01-20 14:24:31
BLAEU, Johannes
Amsterdam Amsterdam. unbound. very good. Map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Image measures 16" x 20.5". Beautifully colored town plan of Delfzijl on the northern coast of Holland, shown in an unusual panoramic birds-eye view, circa 1649. Features the walls of the fortress, but only one single church within. A few ships are shown in the waterways. Scale incorporates hand burnished gold leaf. Latin text on verso. Published around the time of the Spanish acknowledgment of the Dutch Republic in "Novum Ac Magnum Theatrum Urbium Belgicae Liberae Ac Foederataee" ("Town books of the Netherlands"). Many of the town plans included in this publication emphasized their strategic importance in response to the Spanish occupation. One of the most famous mapmakers of his time, Willem Blaeu (1571-1638) and his family worked out of Amsterdam. This series was published by his son Johannes (c. 1599-1673), who took over the business upon his father's death. Overall wear and minor stains, some tears and chipping along bottom and left edges.
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2010-01-20 14:24:31
BLAEU, Johannes
1649. Amsterdam. unbound. very good. Map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Image measures 16.25" x 20.75". Exquisite town plan of Zwartsluis in northeastern Holland, shown in an unusual panoramic birds-eye view, circa 1649. Features the fortress and the town within it facing the ships in the outstretched waters. North is oriented toward the bottom of the page. Scale includes hand burnished gold leaf. Latin text on verso. Published around the time of the Spanish acknowledgment of the Dutch Republic in "Novum Ac Magnum Theatrum Urbium Belgicae Liberae Ac Foederataee" ("Town books of the Netherlands"). Many of the town plans included in this publication emphasized their strategic importance in response to the Spanish occupation. One of the most famous mapmakers of his time, Willem Blaeu (1571-1638) and his family worked out of Amsterdam. This series was published by his son Johannes (c. 1599-1673), who took over the business upon his father's death. Chipping to top and bottom edges. Minor staining in margins.
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2010-01-19 21:57:08
Unknown
Unknown, Amsterdam 1649 - Holland; We fit archival quality clear acrylic covers for additional protection whenever possible. ; 1 piece. Hand-Colored Engraved Town Plan. (Bleau, Jon. ) "Rammekens oft Zee-Burg." [Amsterdam, 1649. ] 14 3/8 x 18 7/8 inches (365 x 480 mm) , margins; scattered light foxing, some darkening, a few repairs to verso. Latin text on verso. Koeman Vol. I, p. 301, #62 ; 0
Bookseller: poor man's books (mrbooks)
2009-11-29 04:34:39
BLAEU, Johannes
1649. Amsterdam. unbound. very good. Map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Image measures 15.5" x 20". Exquisite town plan of Enkhuizen, circa 1649, shown in an unusual panoramic birds-eye view. Beautifully detailed, with delicately rendered ships in the various waterways around the city. Includes two coats of arms. Dutch text on verso. Published around the time of the Spanish acknowledgment of the Dutch Republic in "Tooneel der Steden van der Vereenighde Nederlanden" ("Town books of the Netherlands"). Many of the town plans included in this publication emphasized their strategic importance in response to the Spanish occupation. One of the most famous mapmakers of his time, Willem Blaeu (1571-1638) and his family worked out of Amsterdam. This series was published by his son Johannes (c. 1599-1673), who took over the business upon his father's death. Minor chipping along edges, tear to left edge. Crease to upper left corner.
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2009-11-25 18:24:39
FREINSHEMIUS, Johan.
Stockholm, Joh. Janssonium, 1649. 12:o. Grav. titel, (22),+ 512,+ (2) s. Små hål blad *9 samt blad A3 med bokstavsförlust. Något fläckig inledningsvis. Samtida pergamentband. Med Carl Redlichs exlibris, Börje Israelsons biblioteksstämpel på eftersättsbladet samt Thiles namnteckning på det graverade titelbladet, daterad 1825. Försättsbladet med bortklippt äldre namntecking upptill. Collijn sp. 527. Något tryckt titelblad finns ej. Med tryckt dedikation till drottning Kristina. Ett supplement till Livius med ersättningstext för de förlorade böckerna. En liknande komplettering gjorde Freinhemius även åt Tacitus och Curius Rufus. Detta är första delen. En fortsättning publicerade han efter att han lämnat Sverige. Liksom Freinshemius och många andra var även boktryckaren Jansson från Holland en av de som inkallats av drottning Kristina. Johan Freinshemius (1608-60), studerade tillsammans med Schefferus i Strassburg under Matthias Bernegger, vars dotter han sedan gifte sig med. Han blev först uppmärksammad som filolog med sina utgåvar av Florus (1632) och Curtius (1639). Dessa utgavs i nära samarbete med läraren Bernegger, som -i sitt hus- hade ett eget tryckeri. År 1642 blev han kallad till den skytteanska professuren i Uppsala, och blev därmed den förste i raden av lärde som drottning Kristina kallade till Sverige. 1647 blev han av henne utnämnd till kunglig bibliotekarie och svensk rikshistoriograf.
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2009-11-22 23:06:59
BLAEU, Johannes
1649. Amsterdam. unbound. very good. Map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Image measures 15.25" x 20.75". Beautifully detailed town plan of Bolsward in northern Holland, shown in an unusual panoramic birds-eye view, circa 1649. Features the fortress and the town within it, and the surrounding pastoral landscape. Includes two coats of arms, both of which are hand burnished with beautiful gold leaf. Dedication cartouche is decorated in an agricultural theme. Latin text on verso. Published around the time of the Spanish acknowledgment of the Dutch Republic in "Novum Ac Magnum Theatrum Urbium Belgicae Liberae Ac Foederataee" ("Town books of the Netherlands"). Many of the town plans included in this publication emphasized their strategic importance in response to the Spanish occupation. One of the most famous mapmakers of his time, Willem Blaeu (1571-1638) and his family worked out of Amsterdam. This series was published by his son Johannes (c. 1599-1673), who took over the business upon his father's death. Minor staining in margins, chipping to edges.
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2009-11-22 23:06:59
BLAEU, Johannes
1649. Amsterdam. unbound. very good. Map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Image measures 14" x 18.25". Beautifully detailed town plan of Steenwijk in northeastern Holland, circa 1649, shown in an unusual panoramic birds-eye view. Features the fortress and the town within it, and the surrounding pastoral landscape. Includes two coats of arms. Latin text on verso. Published around the time of the Spanish acknowledgment of the Dutch Republic in "Novum Ac Magnum Theatrum Urbium Belgicae Liberae Ac Foederataee" ("Town books of the Netherlands"). Many of the town plans included in this publication emphasized their strategic importance in response to the Spanish occupation. One of the most famous mapmakers of his time, Willem Blaeu (1571-1638) and his family worked out of Amsterdam. This series was published by his son Johannes (c. 1599-1673), who took over the business upon his father's death. Stains in margins, small tear to bottom center.
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2009-11-22 23:06:59
BLAEU, Johannes
Amsterdam. unbound. very good. Map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Image measures 16.25" x 20.75".Beautifully detailed town plan of Tiel in central Holland, circa 1649, shown in an unusual panoramic birds-eye view. Shows the pastoral and maritime nature of the area, with farms, houses, churches and ships in the surrounding waters. Includes two coats of arms. Dutch text on verso. Published around the time of the Spanish acknowledgment of the Dutch Republic in "Tooneel der Steden van der Vereenighde Nederlanden" ("Town books of the Netherlands"). Many of the town plans included in this publication emphasized their strategic importance in response to the Spanish occupation. Wear and chipping along edges, two small tears to bottom edge. One of the most famous mapmakers of his time, Willem Blaeu (1571-1638) and his family worked out of Amsterdam. This series was published by his son Jan (c. 1599-1673), who took over the business upon his father's death. Expert repairs to centerfold. Minor glue residue along top margin.
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2009-11-22 23:06:59
BLAEU, Johannes
Amsterdam. unbound. very good. Map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Image measures 13.75" x 19.75". Absolutely stunning town plan of Hasselt in northeastern Holland, shown in an unusual panoramic birds-eye view, circa 1649. Features the fortress and the town within it, and ships in the surrounding river. Includes two coats of arms, both of which are hand burnished with beautiful gold leaf. Latin text on verso. Published around the time of the Spanish acknowledgment of the Dutch Republic in "Novum Ac Magnum Theatrum Urbium Belgicae Liberae Ac Foederataee" ("Town books of the Netherlands"). Many of the town plans included in this publication emphasized their strategic importance in response to the Spanish occupation. One of the most famous mapmakers of his time, Willem Blaeu (1571-1638) and his family worked out of Amsterdam. This series was published by his son Johannes (c. 1599-1673), who took over the business upon his father's death. Tears and chipping to edges.
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2009-11-22 23:06:59
BLAEU, Johannes
1649. Amsterdam. unbound. very good. Map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Image measures 14.75" x 19.5". Beautifully colored town plan of Goes in western Holland, shown in an unusual panoramic birds-eye view, circa 1649. Features the fortress and the surrounding pastoral landscape, with ships in the waters. Includes two coats of arms, both of which are hand burnished with beautiful gold leaf. Latin text on verso. Published around the time of the Spanish acknowledgment of the Dutch Republic in "Novum Ac Magnum Theatrum Urbium Belgicae Liberae Ac Foederataee" ("Town books of the Netherlands"). Many of the town plans included in this publication emphasized their strategic importance in response to the Spanish occupation. One of the most famous mapmakers of his time, Willem Blaeu (1571-1638) and his family worked out of Amsterdam. This series was published by his son Johannes (c. 1599-1673), who took over the business upon his father's death. Minor chipping along edges.
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2009-11-22 23:06:59
BLAEU, Johannes
Amsterdam. unbound. very good. Map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Image measures 16.25" x 20.75".Exquisite town plan of Zwartsluis in northeastern Holland, shown in an unusual panoramic birds-eye view, circa 1649. Features the fortress and the town within it facing the ships in the outstretched waters. North is oriented toward the bottom of the page. Scale includes hand burnished gold leaf. Latin text on verso. Published around the time of the Spanish acknowledgment of the Dutch Republic in "Novum Ac Magnum Theatrum Urbium Belgicae Liberae Ac Foederataee" ("Town books of the Netherlands"). Many of the town plans included in this publication emphasized their strategic importance in response to the Spanish occupation. One of the most famous mapmakers of his time, Willem Blaeu (1571-1638) and his family worked out of Amsterdam. This series was published by his son Johannes (c. 1599-1673), who took over the business upon his father's death. Chipping to top and bottom edges. Minor staining in margins.
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store [US]
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2009-10-30 14:32:17
MAZARINADES
Paris: S.n., Pierre Variquet, Denys Langlois, Jean Brunet, François Preuveray, François Noel, Denys de Cay, Cardin Besongne, Jean Henault, Pierre Du Pont, Mathieu Colombel, Hierosme Hameau, Claude Huot, Robert Sara, P. Rocolet, Sebastien Martin, Samuel Pepingué, 1649. relié. In 4 (17x23cm). Importante réunion de mazarinades de l'année 1649 dont voici le détail : Le fidele politique. Paris. S.n. 1649. (15pp.) Le guerrier politique. S.n. 1649. (30pp.) L'union et l'alliance de l'Espagne avec la France... A Paris, chez Pierre Variquet. (31pp.) Les genereux sentimens de la nobelesse françoise contre le mauvais gouvernement de l'estat... A Paris, chez Denys Langlois. (8pp.) Catalogue des patisans. Ensemble leurs genealogies... S.n. 1649. La response de la Ralliere a l'adieu de Catelan son associé... A Paris, Chez Rollin de la haye. 1649 Le tombeau des monopoleurs, avec leur epitaphe. S.n. A Paris. 1649. Manuel du bon citoyen, ou bouclier de defense legitime... A Paris, par Robert Sara. 1649. Les sentimens du public, touchant la doctrine preschée par le pere Favre. A PAris, chez Cardin Besongne. 1649. Sermon de S. louis fait et prononcé devant le roy & la reyne regente mere. A Paris. S.n. 1649. Relation veritable de ce qui s'est passé a S. germain en la deputation de la cour des aydes, pour le retour de leurs maiestez à Paris... S.n. S.d. 1649. Les glorieux travaux du parlement pour le maintien de l'autorité du roy... L.D.M.E.S. du Bail. A Paris, chez François Noel. 1649. Le sybille moderne, ou l'oracle du temps. A Paris, chez Jean Brunet. 1649. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet
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2009-07-07 05:41:38
Janssonius, Joannes:
Amsterdam, 1649. Copper engraving, 38.5 x 50 cms, recent hand-colour, French text on verso. Joannes Janssonius II (1588-1664) married into the Hondius family and, with Henricus Hondius, worked on a revised edition of the Mercator-Hondius atlas (which was known as the Atlas Novus from 1638 onwards). The Hondius-Janssonius map publishing business traced its roots back to Gerardus Mercator. Mercator coined the term 'atlas' (after the wise, mythical, Mauritanian king rather than the weary titan) and the original Mercator Atlas (published in parts between 1585 and 1595) was an enormous advance in scientific terms: like Abraham Ortelius, Mercator edited his maps from the best available sources, but he advanced a step further and mapped the world on a standard projection. However, the Atlas was not an immediate commercial success; the copper printing plates were purchased by Jodocus Hondius c. 1604, and a large number of maps were added for his first edition of 1606, which still traded on Mercator's name. His son-in-law Janssonius took over the business in the mid 1630s. He began to erase Hondius' name and replace it with his own at this time, and eventually expanded the atlas to create an Atlas major which rivalled Blaeu's. Koeman, Atlantes Neerlandici, Me 161 Map
Bookseller: Bryars and Bryars [United Kingdom]
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2009-07-07 05:41:38
Janssonius, Joannes:
Amsterdam, 1649. Copper engraving, 38.5 x 50 cms, recent hand-colour, French text on verso. Joannes Janssonius II (1588-1664) married into the Hondius family and, with Henricus Hondius, worked on a revised edition of the Mercator-Hondius atlas (which was known as the Atlas Novus from 1638 onwards). The Hondius-Janssonius map publishing business traced its roots back to Gerardus Mercator. Mercator coined the term 'atlas' (after the wise, mythical, Mauritanian king rather than the weary titan) and the original Mercator Atlas (published in parts between 1585 and 1595) was an enormous advance in scientific terms: like Abraham Ortelius, Mercator edited his maps from the best available sources, but he advanced a step further and mapped the world on a standard projection. However, the Atlas was not an immediate commercial success; the copper printing plates were purchased by Jodocus Hondius c. 1604, and a large number of maps were added for his first edition of 1606, which still traded on Mercator's name. His son-in-law Janssonius took over the business in the mid 1630s. He began to erase Hondius' name and replace it with his own at this time, and eventually expanded the atlas to create an Atlas major which rivalled Blaeu's. Koeman, Atlantes Neerlandici, Me 161 Map
Bookseller: Bryars and Bryars [United Kingdom]
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2009-07-07 05:41:38
ENGLAND, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE: Janssonius:
Amsterdam, 1649. Map. Copper engraving, 39 x 51.5 cms, recent hand-colour, French text on verso. Koeman Me 161
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2009-07-07 05:41:38
ENGLAND, HAMPSHIRE & BERKSHIRE: Janssonius:
Amsterdam, 1649. Map. Copper engraving, 44.5 x 55.5 cms, recent hand-colour, French text on verso. Koeman Me 161
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2009-07-07 05:41:38
Janssonius:
Amsterdam, 1649. Copper engraving, 39 x 49.5 cms, recent hand-colour, light spotting, French text on verso. Map
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2009-06-10 11:03:50
(Gauden, John)
n.p. (London): n.p., 1649. Early Edition. 12mo. (4),260,pp. This edition is likely a variant of Madan #8, or a mixed 12 from Newcomb's printings for No 7(see Madan, p. 18). Without a frontispiece portrait nor any other illustration. Possibly defective, ending with leaf M10 and the word '"Finis" and thus probably not bound with the Letter from the Prince as described by Madan in No. 8. Originally attributed to Charles I, it is now acknowledged that the author is John Gauden. There were at least 40 different English editions printed in 1649, some hurriedly, as this copy must have been Contemporary full brown calf tooled in blind on the boards and on the spine. Joints cracked, but firm; head of spine and lettering labels nearly perished; old library stamp and bookplate; else a good copy. Very good.
Bookseller: Thorn Books, ABAA [U.S.A.]
2009-05-02 18:25:59
(Du Moulin, Pierre - Attributed to)
Amsterdam: Jod. Jansonium, 1649 320 PP. [+4 PP. inserted, listing the names of the Judges] Publisher's device on title page foliated tailpieces eight portrait plates and one folding plate showing the execution of Charles I, at Whitehall, by Wenzel Hollar. Some quires browned. See: Rahir 2026; Lowndes IV, 2660; Brunet V, 913; Graesse VI, 2, 185. This is a collection of Latin documents published by a royalist in exile shortly after the execution in 1649 of Charles I. contains records of the trials and executions of the King himself and some of his chief supporters as well as their letters and speeches composed during their final days. Strafford Lord Deputy for Ireland and Archbishop Laud were executed in the early period of the Great Rebellion, while James Hamilton, Arthur Lord Capel and Henry Rich (Lord Holland) were executed shortly after the King. A good copy in original calf, spine with raised bands and red Morocco title piece. Double gilt filet lines at covers. Some corners bumped spine ends slightly damaged.A most desirable copy of a scarce, well illustrated book.
Bookseller: Quist Antiquarian [Netherlands]
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2009-02-25 13:11:47
Gauden, John)
n.p., n.p. (London). 12mo. (4),260,pp. This edition is likely a variant of Madan #8, or a mixed 12 from Newcomb's printings for No 7(see Madan, p. 18). Without a frontispiece portrait nor any other illustration. Possibly defective, ending with leaf M10 and the word '"Finis" and thus probably not bound with the Letter from the Prince as described by Madan in No. 8. Originally attributed to Charles I, it is now acknowledged that the author is John Gauden. There were at least 40 different English editions printed in 1649, some hurriedly, as this copy must have been Contemporary full brown calf tooled in blind on the boards and on the spine. Joints cracked, but firm; head of spine and lettering labels nearly perished; old library stamp and bookplate; else a good copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Thorn Books, ABAA [Tucson, AZ, U.S.A.]
2009-02-18 10:10:04
OVID.
Janssonium, Amsterdam 1649 - The fifteen books of the Metamorphosis. 453pp. + 18pp. index, 12mo, full contemporary vellum; (top of hinge starting, small brown spot on front cover). Amsterdam: Joannem Janssonium, 1649. Very good (+). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB
2009-02-07 16:01:32
HONDIUS, Henricus (1597 - 1651) and Jan JANSSON (1588-1664)
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 aspi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books [U.S.A.]
2008-12-04 14:13:05
Klaj, Johann
Nürnberg, Jeremia Dümler 1649. 4:o. (40) pp. Modern vellum, ownership stamp on title. A very good copy. Rare. Goed. III, p. 112, 16. Warmholtz 8090.
Bookseller: Rönnells Antikvariat AB
2008-11-29 12:25:53
Trettioåriga kriget.]
Stockholm, Henrich Keyser, 1649. 4:o. (20) s. Tagen ur band, med äldre paginering i bläck i övre hörn. Warmholtz 4293 not. Klemming, Sveriges krig, s. 127. Svensk översättning från tyskan. Det tyska originalet kom året innan. Den finns även i en holländsk upplaga. Ett omtryck finns i Loenboms "Historiskt archivum" del 6. En kronologisk lista över vad som hänt år för år och olika dagar, och hur många som stupat. Slutsumman stupade räknas fram till 325000 man.
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [Stockholm, Sweden]
2008-11-18 14:57:59
[Charles I, King of England 1600 - 1649]. [Gauden, John]
[London]: Reprinted in Regis Memoriam for John Williams, 1649.. [London]:: Reprinted in Regis Memoriam for John Williams,. 1649.. 24mo: A - H12; ¦12 - 2¦12. 3-13/16" x 2". 1st issue of this edition of Eikon (Madan 34; Almack 37; Wing E-301). 3rd edition of the Papers (Madan 99; Wing C-2535B; cf. Goldsmith 1143, for the 8vo edition), and the one oft found with this miniature edition of Eikon. [8], 175, [9]; [4], 42, [2] pp. Eikon t.p. printed in red & black.. Period brown full calf binding; flat back with 3 raised bands.. Binding worn, with front joint tender. A1 detached. Some leaves. closely trimmed, occasionally affecting running title. A Good copy.. An unusual & scarce edition of this famous Royalist publication, purporting to be the memoirs of the recently executed King. So controversial was it that Parliament commissioned an answer with John Milton's Eikonoklastes. Milton was the first to cast doubt on its authorship, and Madan's New Bibliography of the Eikon Basilike demonstrated that while Dr. John Gauden was the author, he worked closely from Charles' manuscripts. . Folding frontis (22, second state), preceded by Explanation I. Folding portrait (11: King, Queen, Charles & James).
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