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2012-06-05 21:04:33
Charles I
Amsterlodami apud Jodocum Jansonium 1649 - 320pp. Woodcut device by Jansonium within title; Eight engraved portraits and a folding plate of the execution of Charles I by Hollar. Full page portraits include Thomas Wentworth, Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury, Oliver Cromwell, Thomas Fairfax, James Duke of Hamilton, Henry, Early of Holland. This copy also has the two extra leaves at page 85 of the names of Charles I judges. Bound in full dark brown contemporary morocoo ruled in gilt. The spine is raised and rendred in six compartments, ornately tooled and lettered in gilt, a.e.g. A clean, stron and beautiful copy. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Quaker Hill Books [U.S.A.]
2012-05-31 15:50:20
[Brazil] [Dutch West India Company]
Exposing the vices of the Dutch West India Company in Brazil, championing Portugal´s cause. 1649. [Amsterdam?]. In 4to (205 mm x 150 mm). 12 ff. Later half vellum over paper boards, upper portion of boards mildly darkened. Modern bookplate on front pastedown, unobtrusive contemporary ink notation on outer corners of recto of all leaves, tanned, untrimmed, nice copy. First edition of this interesting 17th century pamphlet of black propaganda; it champions the Portuguese cause in Brazil while exposing the vices of the Dutch West India Company. During 1649, while waiting for Amsterdam's municipal council to reconvene and vote on a resolution in favor of the Company, a series of anonymous pamphlets, politically motivated for the Portuguese cause, were published to persuade the town councilors to the Portuguese side. The tracts, cleverly published in dialogue format and usually embedded in a familiar setting, such as the market or the public house, took on "the colloquial tone of the middle and lower classes" (Asher) in order to communicate with a larger audience. Asher emphasizes the ingenuity of the framework of this particular type of Portuguese propaganda: "Leaving his actors to expose all the grievances of the country against Portugal, with much power and vehemence, the author seems to be quite impartial; but he has always a personage at hand who refutes all these charges or shows them to be mere trifles with the wrongs of the West-India-Company."The present pamphlet translates to "Harlem's Boat-talk on the Reformation of the West-India-Company"; according to European Ameri … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-05-30 12:56:13
AUGUSTIN
Edition : PARIS, PIERRE LE PETIT - CAMUSAT, 1649 - [16]-600-[16] pages, 15 cm - Etat moyen ¶ Traduites en français par Monsieur Arnauld d'Andilly - Première édition de 1649 - Page de titre gravée par Poilly d'après Philippe de Champaïgnes daté 1649 - Sans lieu et sans nom d'imprimeur - Reliure d'époque, frottée et épidermée avec petit manque de cuir, Travaux de vers, quelques rousseurs, légers ressauts de cahiers - Reste un exemplaire correct
Bookseller: Livres 113 [BEAUTIRAN, France]
2012-05-30 02:13:52
GOTTFRIED, Johann Ludwig. Engraved by MERIAN, Matthew.
Archontologia Cosmica. 1649. - Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Size: 33 x 20.5 cm. (13 x 8 inches). In fine condition. A Beautiful view of the town of Angra on Tercera in the Azores.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member
2012-05-28 19:56:02
ST. ANDRÄ
Artikeldetails St. Andree. [ST. ANDRÄ] - FfM. 1649. Orig.-Kupferstich aus Merian, M. u. M. Zeiller. Topographia Provinciarum Austriacarum Styriae, Carinthiae... 19,5 x 32 cm. (Bildausschn.). Schönes, breitrandiges, doppelblattgroßes Exemplar. Faltstelle im Bug. Bestell-Nr: 0950-03 Bemerkungen: Nebehay-W. 407, 58 - Erste druckgraphische Ansicht von Sankt Andrä im Lavanttal. Schlagworte: Graphik, KärntenEUR 331,00 (inkl. 10,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2019-03-15).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag [Austria]
2012-05-25 21:01:28
HEINSIUS, DANIEL,
Amsterdam, Johannes Janssonius, 1649. (XII)+666+(2) pp. With engr. additional title. Hardcover. Contemp. vellum. Good. (Binding sl. stained; old owner's inscr. on endp. & on engr. title, tear in last text leaf closed). * Willems 1613. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Charbo's Antiquariaat [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2012-05-23 14:45:38
[ZINZERLING, JUSTUS]. "SINCERUS, JODOCUS" (Pseudonym)
Amsterlodami: Apud Jodocum Jansonium, 1649. Fourth Edition. Hardcover. An Early 17th Century Travel Guidebook, with Engraved Views of French, Dutch, and Swiss Cities. 140 x 83 mm (5 1/2 x 3 1/4"). 9 p.l., 340 pp., [11] leaves. Fourth Edition. Contemporary vellum, spine flat, ink titling in an old hand at head and foot. Woodcut initials, headpieces, and tailpieces, and 22 ENGRAVED PLATES (21 OF THEM FOLDING) OF EUROPEAN CITIES (including engraved title page). Old monogram bookplate on front pastedown. Cox I, 99 (citing the 1627 edition). Minor ink smudges on one plate and adjacent pages, a hint of soiling to vellum, other trivial imperfections, but A VERY FINE COPY, the binding without appreciable wear, the text and plates especially fresh, and WITH RICH IMPRESSIONS OF THE FOLDING PLATES. This travel guidebook to France and nearby regions (including England, the Netherlands, and part of Switzerland) is the chief work of the jurist, philologist, and geographer Zinzerling (1580?-1620?). ADB calls this a "superb travel handbook . . . executed in 'notable' Latin," says that it replaced a similar esteemed work by Paul Hentzner, and grants Zinzerling an "honorable place in the history of Geography" on account of its publication. Divided into three parts, the book describes: (1) the natural history and political situation in France (by way of preparing the reader for a trip), (2) the trip itself, including study of the French language and the courtly arts of the French, and (3) a detailed description of Bordeaux, which the author chooses as his subject for a more extended a … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-05-22 15:57:17
(William Prynne)
London: Michael Spark, 1649. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. 1649. Hardcover, bound in 19th. century quarter-leather, with gilt title and brown boards. Title within line border. Head piece. Side notes. 36 pp. Errors in paging: 33-36 numbered 25, 24, 29, 28; 7-8 repeated in paging. "A list of the imprisoned and secluded members": p. 24-28 (i.e., 34-36). Previous owner's bookplate on front pastedown. Light wear and rub to spine and spine ends; gilt title bright and complete. Pages show minor fox and fading; text readable and bright, small spot rubbed on page 12; a few pages have a single word in ink on the margins. Scarce. Housed in a protective mylar sleeve. Digital images available upon request.
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2012-05-21 16:41:57
[Charles I, King of England 1600 - 1649]. [Gauden, John]
[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).
Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA
2012-05-19 14:08:31
Charles I
John Williams 1649. later edition. Hardback. Very Good/No Jacket. First edition of the 24mo (10cms x5cms) John William's Eikon (3rd edition of all published). A1, frontispiece with emblematic crown (verso is explanation) A2 title in red and black (epitaph to verso), A3 contents, pp175 + pp10 "His Majecties Prayers". Additional engraved portrait (smaller) of Charles II aged 19 ("natus may 29 1630, aetatis suae 19") {uniquely?} bound in between pp 150 and 151.& Full contemporary brown calf, gilt motifs to corners and spine, rubbed and worn but still very firm and solid bindings (unusually no loose leaves). Not as close trimmed as many copies. Previous owners' contemporary ownership manuscripts tipped in.
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2012-05-11 18:09:34
TOTHILL, William
London. Printed by T.W. for R. Best. 1649. - 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. (ABAC)
2012-05-11 15:51:58
MERIAN, Matthäus.
Frankfurt: , 1649. [Edinburgh] Size: 305 x 395 mm. Copperplate engraving. Very good condition, folds as issued. A wonderful engraving of the city of Edinburgh, as it was when Merian first published it during the seventeenth century. The castle is seen seen to the left, with the city spread out below it. Ships are seen beyond the port of Leith on the Firth of Forth. Two men on horseback gallop towards the city in the foreground, and a coat of arms is found in the top left corner. Merian was a Swiss born engraver and publisher, who lived and worked in Frankfurt. Published in the "Neuwe Archontologia Cosmica".
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2012-05-10 17:10:36
Geree, John
Robert Bostock, London 1649 - 1649. Pages bound together, no covers. 41 pp. Bold, readable text; small snag to the bottom of the last page. A few pages have their catchword clipped; the first page of text has its last line and catchword clipped. Digital images available upon request. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Caliban Books Pittsburgh PA, ABAA
2012-05-06 00:34:36
BRIET PHILIPPE.
Parigi, 1649. Incisione in rame, 145x190. Tratta dalla rara opera "Parallela geographica Italiae veteris et novae". Ottimo esemplare ben conservato, lievemente ingiallito. cartografia.
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini [Verona, VR, Italy]
2012-05-04 17:54:27
CULPEPER, Nicholas
Bookseller: Boston Book Company [U.S.A.]
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2012-04-27 17:35:07
Dugard, Thomas.
London: Printed by William Du-gard, 1649. *Price HAS BEEN reduced by 10% until Saturday, April 13* [10] (beginning with title), 54 pp, lacks the last 4 leaves (the mourning bordered "The Monument of the Right Worshipful Sir Thomas Lucie, and the virtuous Ladie Alice his wife") but main text complete; general age toning, spots of light damp staining at fore edge, last leaf has long tear with no text lost, disbound in self wrappers, reading copy; WING D2463. Photos available upon request.
Bookseller: Zubal-Books [Cleveland, OH, U.S.A.]
2012-04-24 14:21:20
GOTTFRIED, Johann Ludwig, Engraved by MERIAN, Matthew.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
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2012-04-24 14:21:20
GOTTFRIED, Johann Ludwig, Engraved by MERIAN, Matthew.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2012-04-19 19:07:17
C. SALLUSTII CRISPI
1649. Bella ril. in perg. coeva, titolo ms. al dorso, cm 19x12, cc. 32 non numer., 556, cc. 50 non numer. Bel front. figurato inc. da R.a. Persyn. Numerose leggere sottolineature a penna e a matita effettuate con la dovuta perizia, tale da non deturpare assolutamente il volume che si presenta in ottime condizioni.
Bookseller: EDITORIALE UMBRA SAS [Foligno, PG, Italy]
2012-04-18 22:14:54
(Eikon Basilike)
London: Thomas Paine, 1649. First edition. Hardcover. Fine. 8vo. (16),103,(1)pp. 4to. Engraved frontispiece of Dr. Gauden reputedly by Cross . Bound to style in full calf; red leather lettering piece, gilt. A reply to John Gauden's Eikon Basilike. In the title, the first two words of the first line and the last two words of line 10 are in Greek characters. A fine copy. Rare . Wing, E267; Madan, 157, ESTC R21175. Lowndes, p. 723.
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2012-04-18 19:38:33
KEMPIS, Thomae a
Sebastianum et Gabrielem Cramoisy. Paris. 1649 14h+99p+395p.+10h índices. (17 cm) Enc. plena piel marbreada siglo XVIII, con tejuelo, guardas al agua y cortes color. Imitacion de Cristo, de Tomas de Kempis. [RECOMENDADO] N1 (Ref.18753) latin religion espiritualidad [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: LIBROS CON HISTORIA [URROZ-VILLA, NA, Spain]
2012-04-15 15:37:41
ROGERS, Daniel, et al.
1649. (ROGERS, Daniel, et al.) THE ESSEX WATCHMEN'S WATCHWORD to the inhabitants of the said county respectively, dwelling under their several charges, by way of Apologetical Account, of the true Grounds of their first Engagement with them in the Cause of God, King and Parliament, for their Vindication from unjust Aspersions. Also by way of faithful Premonition of the dangerous evil latent in a printed Paper, entituled, The Agreement of the People, intended to be Tendred to them for Subscription. London: Printed for Ralph Smith, at the sign of the Bible near the Royal Exchange, 1649. First edition. The last two pages are a printed list of 63 ministers, beginning with Daniel Rogers, who endorsed this publication. The imprimatur (Ja. Cranford, 15 February 1648) is printed at the bottom of the last page. Small quarto. A-B4 18.2 x 14 cm. [2], 14 pp. Bound in later brown cloth-backed marbled boards, with a small typed label on upper board. Ex library, with minimal marks: an oval ink stamp on the outer margin, and a small library number on the inner margin of p. 1. This tract was written in support of `The Agreement of the People,' the army's petition for tolerance, when it was sent down for the Essex ministers to sign. Daniel Rogers (1573-1652) drew up `The Essex Watchmen's Watchword' on behalf of the presbyterians, and was the first to sign it, protesting against the toleration of any who refused to sign the 'Agreement.' A couple of small spots on the t.p., else a clean and very good copy. Rare. (D.N.B.; Wing E3342A).
Bookseller: Boston Book Company [U.S.A.]
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2012-03-31 11:33:55
GALILEI, Galileo
Ravenna: Stamp. Camerali, 1649. Rare first edition in the original Italian of Galileo’s early treatise on mechanics, a precursor to the research that he would present in his Discorsi. This popular treatise, widely circulated in manuscript form, is effectively a “bridge between statics and dynamics,” and according to Drake, “far superior to other available works on the subject” (Galileo on Motion and Mechanics, p. 137).<br/><br/> & & “Galileo presents… the analysis of simple machines… in an unusual way. He is justly celebrated in this tract for his use and explication of the principle of virtual velocities” (Clagett in Drake, viii). Incorporating elements from Aristotle, Archimedes, Pappus, Philoponus, Jordanus and others, Della Scienza Mecanica offers “a coherent and illuminating exposition of the foundations of mechanics.” Drake explains that while little of the content of Della Scienza Mecanica found its way into the Discorsi (with the exception of a discussion of the lever, Galileo omitted the time-honored topic of simple machines, choosing to emphasize his newer findings on dynamics), the Scienza shows “unmistakable novelty,” and represents an important stepping stone in Galileo’s intellectual development; early investigations into conservation of energy and the principle of inertia can be traced here. <br/><br/>& & Della Scienza Mecanica is based on a series of lectures on aspects of statics and of simple machines delivered by Galileo for his pupils at Padua in the 1590s. In Drake’s estimation, … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-03-26 19:00:25
(Eikon Basilike)
London: Thomas Paine, 1649. First edition. Hardcover. Fine. 8vo. (16),103,(1)pp. 4to. Engraved frontispiece of Dr. Gauden reputedly by Cross . Bound to style in full calf; red leather lettering piece, gilt. A reply to John Gauden's Eikon Basilike. In the title, the first two words of the first line and the last two words of line 10 are in Greek characters. A fine copy. Rare . Wing, E267; Madan, 157, ESTC R21175. Lowndes, p. 723.
Bookseller: Thorn Books
2012-03-05 18:19:27
GOTTFRIED, Johann Ludwig. Engraved by MERIAN, Matthew.
Archontologia Cosmica. Frankfurt, 1649. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Fine condition; centrefold reinforced. Size: 37 x 20 cm. Merian's spectacular panorama of Tunis, including zoological and botanical gardens. Two locals fighting a lion and people and camels resting in the foreground.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2012-03-05 18:18:12
GOTTFRIED, Johann Ludwig.Engraved by MERIAN, Matthew.
Archontologia Cosmica., 1649.. Switzerland Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Very good condition; light browning and stains to margins; browning to the centrefold. Size: 34 x 20 cm. Magnificent and detailed map of entire Switzerland with Liechtenstein after Hans Conrad Geiger. With three cartouchs and 33 city coat of arms in the upper right corner. It was originally published by Merian in his Topographia, and later incorporated into Gottfried's Archontoligica. Born in Basel, Switzerland, Merian spent most of his life in Frankfurt.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2012-02-28 18:14:35
Prynn, William. .
London: Michael Sparks;, 1649. small octavo, later full brown pig skin, hand written paper label, 22, 119 pp. Some browning, portrait frontispiece, light library stamp at top of page 2. Very good copy of the first edition of a piece of English history. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Tintagel [Springfield Center, New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2012-02-10 13:26:13
Groenewegen Simon van
Apud Franciscum Moyardum et Davidem Lopez de Haro, Lugduni-Batavorum 1649 - Tagli rossi escoriazioni ed abrasioni alla coperta Frontespizio rosso e nero con pregevole marca calcografica frontalini e capilettera ornati. (4) + 886 + (32) p. - 230x180mm
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Giulio Cesare
2012-02-02 20:21:47
Rohan, [Henri de].
Leiden, David Lopes de Haro, 1649. (112), 100 SS. Titel in rot und schwarz. Mit Holzschnittdruckermarke am Titel und einigen ornamnetalen Initialen und Zierstücken in Holzschnitt. Pergamentband der Zeit mit Spuren eines hs. Rückentitels. Bindebänder fehlen. 12mo. Zweite Ausgabe (zuvor 1645 erschienen). Posthum aufgelegtes Werk des großen französischen Hugenottenführers (1579-1638). - Leicht wasserrandig. Titel mit hs. Besitzvermerk der Zeit (dat. Regensburg, 1654) sowie Besitzvermerk des Jesuiten Johann Chrysostomus Eggenfeld (fl. um 1670), der laut Jöcher zwei theologische bzw. staatstheoretische Werke verfaßte, ?aber mit beyden nicht viel Ehre einlegte? (II, 287). Am Vorsatz recto weiterer Besitzvermerk (dat. 1716), verso Vermerk auf hebräisch. - Vgl. Graesse VI, 148. Bautz, BBKL VIII, 559ff.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2012-02-02 12:07:52
VARENIUS BERNARDUS.
apud Ludovicum Elzevirum, 1649. Due parti in un volume di cm. 11,7, pp. (48) 267 (1); (8) 320. Bel frontespizio figurato ed una tabella ripiegata fuori testo. Solida legatura strettamente coeva in pergamena rigida con unghie. Titoli manoscritti al dorso. Esemplare genuino e ben conservato. La seconda parte possiede stessi dati tipografici ed autonomo frontespizio: Tractatus In quo agitur. De Iaponiorum religione. De Christianae religionis introductione in ea loca. De ejusdem exstirpatione... Si tratta dell'edizione originale a proposito della quale Willems così si esprime: "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 367-368.
Bookseller: Benacense [IT]
2012-01-31 15:54:49
I.V.A.R. [Cooke, Ioannes: John Gauden, William Prynne, William Sedgwick et al]
VG. 1649. First Edition. Hardcover. Contemporary calf rebacked and recornered, four raised bands on spine and spine label bearing gilt titles, boards with gilt oval containing the arms of Petrus de Villars Archbishop of Vienna (there were 3 Archbishop Villars of Vienna, the last died in 1663), some surface wear to boards, small ink stamp of a lion with the initial C under it on ffep, internally clean and bright, pagination ([8], 46, [2], 40, 56, 55, [1], 24, [2], 43-94, [10], 148, 24, 64.pp) matches that given by the ESTC. , This work contains 16 tracts originally published between 1641 and 1649 and here collected together and translated into Latin, presumably for a European readership. These tracts are by a number of different authors including John Gauden, William Prynne, William Sedgwick and John Cook (bap. 1608, d.1660), with each tract having a seperate title page dated 1648 or 1649. John Cook's name appears on just one tract but also on the main title page and so one assumes he was the translator. John Cook was a judge who acted as Solicitor-General at the trial of King Charles I, a trial which Cook called "the most comprehensive, impartial, and glorious piece of justice that ever was acted" and claimed that he "went as cheerfully about it, as to a Wedding". His involvement in the trial would see him executed for treason in 1660. , Small 4to .
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2012-01-31 15:54:49
I.V.A.R. [Cooke, Ioannes: John Gauden, William Prynne, William Sedgwick et al]
VG. 1649. First Edition. Hardcover. Contemporary calf rebacked and recornered, four raised bands on spine and spine label bearing gilt titles, boards with gilt oval containing the arms of Petrus de Villars Archbishop of Vienna (there were 3 Archbishop Villars of Vienna, the last died in 1663), some surface wear to boards, small ink stamp of a lion with the initial C under it on ffep, internally clean and bright, pagination ([8], 46, [2], 40, 56, 55, [1], 24, [2], 43-94, [10], 148, 24, 64.pp) matches that given by the ESTC. , This work contains 16 tracts originally published between 1641 and 1649 and here collected together and translated into Latin, presumably for a European readership. These tracts are by a number of different authors including John Gauden, William Prynne, William Sedgwick and John Cook (bap. 1608, d.1660), with each tract having a seperate title page dated 1648 or 1649. John Cook's name appears on just one tract but also on the main title page and so one assumes he was the translator. John Cook was a judge who acted as Solicitor-General at the trial of King Charles I, a trial which Cook called "the most comprehensive, impartial, and glorious piece of justice that ever was acted" and claimed that he "went as cheerfully about it, as to a Wedding". His involvement in the trial would see him executed for treason in 1660. , Small 4to .
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2012-01-24 19:10:48
Reisehandbuch. - 17. Jh. Frankreich. Sincerus, J. (Zinzerling, J. pseud.)
Amsterdam, J. Jannsonius, 1649. 4. Ausgabe 14x8 cm. 9 Bll., 340 S., 11 Bll. Hardcover. Leder d.Zt. über Holzdeckeln, etwas berieben, Kapitale aufgestoßen, mit Lederfehlstellen. Beschabt. Innen: Vorsatz mit hs. Einträgen. Titel gestempelt und mit gestrichenem Besitzvermerk, anfangs oben wasserrandig. Etwas fleckig, gering gebräunt. Vierte Ausgabe, erstmals erschienen 1616. (Spätere) illustrierte Ausgabe des "vortrefflichen Reisehandbuchs. Es gibt in bemerkenswerth gutem Latein eine ausführliche Anweisung, von Deutschland aus ganz Frankreich, sowie die benachbarten Gegenden Englands und der Niederlande zu durchwandern". (ADB XLV, 357) Mit gestochenem Titel und 22 doppelblattgroßen Kupfertafeln. Unter den Ansichten: Amiens, Amsterdam, Antwerpen, Bordeaux, Calais, Genf, La Rochelle, Leiden, London, Lyon, Marseille, Montpellier, Nancy, Nantes Orange, Orléans, Paris, Rotterdam, Rouen, Sedan und Toulouse. Sprache: lateinische sprache. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Augusta-Antiquariat GbR [Diedorf OT Biburg, Germany]
2012-01-18 17:28:08
THOMASIUS, Johann (1624-1679), deutscher Barockdichter
Jena, 7. Juli 1649. Lateinische Handschrift auf Papier, 1 Bl., ca. 8,3 × 13 cm, gebräunt u. etwas stockfleckig, Ränder mit Kleberesten (alt montiert). Rückseitig: eigenh. Eintrag des Wolfgang Adam Lauterbach (1618-1678), Tübingen, 10. Juni 1654 (Devise: "Praestant aeterna caducis"). Wohl aus dem Stammbuch des kursächsischen Geheimrats und Oberaufsehers der Grafschaft Mansfeld, Friedrich von Kospoth (1630-1701). - Johann Thomasius (auch: Matthias Jonsohn, Johannes Thomä, Johannes Thomas), Spross einer bekannten Juristenfamilie, studierte die Rechte in Wittenberg, Jena und Leipzig, war zeitweilig Professor in Jena und seit 1652 stand er als Regierungsrat und Kanzler in Diensten des Herzogs von Sachsen-Altenburg zu dessen führenden Regierungsbeamten er in den Folgejahren avancierte. Neben seinen bedeutenden poltischen und diplomatischen Aktivitäten auf regionaler und Reichsebene machte sich Thomasius als Verfasser verschiedener wichtiger Rechtswerke einen Namen. Seine entscheidende Leistung ist jedoch die Autorschaft an dem Roman "Damon und Lisille" (1663), der als "reizvollster Schäferroman des Barock" gilt. - Wolfgang Adam Lauterbach (1618-1678): In Schleiz als Sohn des dortigen Bürgermeisters geboren, studierte er Rechtswissenschaften in Jena, Leipzig, Tübingen, Heidelberg und Straßburg, war in Speyer am Reichskammergericht tätig und wurde schließlich Professor in Tübingen, wo er in der Folgezeit mehrfach Rektor und Dekan war. Daneben bekleidete er als Beisitzer am Hofgericht Rat des württembergischen Herzogs auch politische Ämter. Lauterbach zählte zu den angesehensten Rec … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2011-12-17 18:11:41
Tacitus
Amstelodami: Typis Ludovici Elzevirii, 1649. 624 pages of text followed by [xxiii] pages of index. Original or very early full leather binding with primitive line-ruling in blank. Moderate rubbing and wear, and some chips to spine with old repairs. Minor to moderate soiling to the engraved title page. Minor worming affects the first 440 pages, omitting a letter or two on many pages; remains readable. Front endpaper detached, with early annotations. . Early edition. Hardcover. Very good- condition. 32mo - over 4" - 5" tall.
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2011-12-14 13:47:37
Visscher, Claes Janszoon
Published in Amsterdam. 1649 [1598]. - 8.6 x 12.3 cm, copper engraving - NO verso text, with some foxing along margins, barely affecting plate. EXTREMELY RARE edition. A COLLECTOR'S ITEM. Map from "Asiae Nova Descriptio [Tabularum libri IV]", f. 11. Asian part from "Tabularum geographicarum contractarum libri quatuor". Second to the last edition, substantially extended edition of Barent Langenes' Caert-Thresoor, published then at Middelburg. This edition is extremely rare as only "one copy known" (per Koeman in British Museum), and has no text, i.e. all maps show a blank verso - collector's item. Reference: Koeman Vis 4 (= Lan 15); Shirley T.LAN-1h; Tiele 1160.
Bookseller: Gallery of Prints
2011-12-13 11:29:57
COMENIUS, J. A.
1 vol. in-12 reliure d'époque pleine peau retournée, Apud Ludovicum Elzevirium [ Elzevier ], 1649, 12 ff. n. ch., 266-268 pp. Edition elzévirienne latin-grec-français du plus fameux ouvrage de Comenius, qui connut un succès fantastique : en 1000 petites phrases, il présente l'essentiel du savoir linguistique. Etat satisfaisant (manque en coiffes et mq. de peau au second plat, page de titre découpée en queue sans atteinte au texte, intéressant exemplaire par ailleurs). Langue: Latin [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie du Cardinal [Villenave d'Ornon, France]
2011-12-05 12:41:38
SAINT-JOSEPH (Pierre de)]
Paris, Cardin Besongne, 1649. In-4, demi-percaline grise à la Bradel moderne, 32 p. Édition originale. "Réflexions sur les pouvoirs du Roi en matière fiscale, et sur l'organisation de la levée des impôts" (INED, 4055). "Très remarquable pamphlet" (Moreau, 652). (Kress, 788. Goldsmiths, 1019). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie HATCHUEL [PARIS, France]
2011-11-29 15:52:00
[Ward, Nathaniel]
[London: Printed for Thomas Underhill, 1649. 8pp. Quarto. Extracted from bound pamphlet volume. Early index number in top margin of first leaf, otherwise near fine. First edition. A late publication by Ward, published after his return to England from the Massachusetts-Bay Colony, and two years after the publication of his most widely known work, THE SIMPLE COBLER OF AGGAWAM. A second part, not attributed to Ward and signed by "A Lover of Truth and Liberty," subsequently appeared in the same format. ESTC locates 9 copies in North America. ESTC R203432. WING W781a. THOMASON E.530.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-ILAB [United States]
2011-11-11 22:48:18
British / Scottish History]. Lenthal, Will. - Speaker of the Parlament
London: Printed for Matthew Simmons dwelling in Aldersgate-street. 1649. 1st edition, issue with 'Parlament' (Wing E-1498, noting "Part of E1505"). [2], 12 - 28 [= 18] pp. P. 13 misnumbered as p. 12. Printed glosses to pp 19-20. Headpieces. Decorative initial capital letters. 4to: 2 C-D3 [-D4, a blank]. 6-7/8" x 5-1/8". Disbound, with leather remnants to spine. Age toning to text block edges. A VG+ copy. Item #29369. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA [Alameda, CA, U.S.A.]
2011-11-06 02:34:30
MERIAN, Matthew.
J.L. Gottfried's Archontologica Cosmica., 1649. Freiburg. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Darkened centrefold and top edge, but a clean and crisp impression. Very good condition. Size: 350 x 220 mm. Attractive bird's eye view of Freiburg from nearby hilltop. 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]
2011-09-26 07:59:31
Du Ryer, Andre, and Alexander Ross
London. Good. 1649. B0042P2WKA Good. (Binding: Hardcover, Jacket: No Jacket) Leather, 19 cm, [24 pages. ] + 394 pages. + The Life and Death of . B0042P2WKA .
Bookseller: Moe's Books
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2011-08-26 12:13:30
Thionville, Damvillers -
Kupferstich, J. Blaeu, 1649. Ca. 37 x 22 (D) bzw. 37 x 25,5 (T) cm. Pläne der ehemals luxemburgischen Städte Damvillers (links) und Thionville nebeneinander. Die beiden Pläne wurden 1649 in J. Blaeus "Stedeboek" veröffentlicht, hier mit niederländischem Rückentext. Plans of the former Luxemburgish cities Damvillers (left) and Thionville. Both plans have been published in 1649 in J. Blaeus "Stedeboek", here with dutch text on verso.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen [Trier, Germany]
2011-06-04 23:12:49
MERIAN, Matthaus.
Frankfurt., c1649. Size: 325 x 375 mm. Copperplate engraving. Good condition. Slight discolouration to the centrefold. A small rust spot. This a lovely, well engraved and delicate view of the French town of Nancy, showing the towns excellent fortifications, by the accomplished Swiss engraver and publisher, Matthaus Merian. He became extremely well known for his engravings of plans and of town views in the seventeenth century. This particular engraving comes from Gottfried's 'Neuwe Archontologia Cosmica'. (ref: Tooley's Dictionary of Mapmakers 'K-P' page 240).
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2011-06-04 23:12:49
MERIAN, Matthaus.
Frankfurt., c1649. Size: 320 x 365 mm. Copperplate engraving. Good condition. Slight discolouration to the centrefold. This a lovely, well engraved and detailed 'bird's eye' view of the north western French port of La Rochelle. This engraving showing the towns excellent fortifications and a a busy harbour. It is by the accomplished Swiss engraver and publisher, Matthaus Merian. He became extremely well known for his engravings of plans and of town views in the seventeenth century. This particular engraving comes from Gottfried's 'Neuwe Archontologia Cosmica'. (ref: Tooley's Dictionary of Mapmakers 'K-P' page 240).
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2011-06-04 23:12:49
MERIAN, Matthaus.
Frankfurt, c1649. Size:325 x 370 mm. Copperplate engraving. Good condition. minor discolouration to centrefold. This a lovely, well engraved and delicate view of the southern French port of Marseille by the accomplished Swiss engraver and publisher, Matthaus Merian. He became extremely well known for his engravings of plans and of town views in the seventeenth century. This particular engraving comes from Gottfried's 'Neuwe Archontologia Cosmica'. (ref: Tooley's Dictionary of Mapmakers 'K-P' page 240).
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2011-04-04 23:58:42
GOTTFRIED, Johann Ludwig. Engraved by MERIAN, Matthew.
Archontologia Cosmica. 1649. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Size: 305 x 205 mm. (12 x 8 inches) In very good condition. A beautiful view of the Swiss canton of Unterwald. Towns, villages, rivers and lakes are shown and labelled. A key at the bottom lists significant buildings and landmarks, which are picked out in the view by letter. In the top left corner three soldiers in armour stand in a group surrounded by a laurel wreath with a coat of arms depicting a key at the bottom. Below this is a compass rose.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2011-04-04 23:58:42
GOTTFRIED, Johann Ludwig. Engraved by MERIAN, Matthew.
Archontologia Cosmica., 1649. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. In very good condition. Size: 290 x 280 mm. (11½ x 11 inches) A spectacular view of the town of Glarus in east central Switzerland, entitled at the top with both its Italian name (Glarona) and its French name (Glaris). Impressively craggy mountains tower in the background with the very picturesque town laid out at their feet, a river running past in the foreground. In the centre top under the title is a coat of arms depicting a saint with a staff.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2011-04-04 23:58:42
GOTTFRIED, Johann Ludwig. Engraved by MERIAN, Matthew.
Archontologia Cosmica., 1649. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. In very good condition, despite slight crease running up from bottom to right of centre. Size: 255 x 180 mm. (10 x 7 inches) A lovely view of the Swiss baroque town of Solothurn with the river Aare running across the bottom part of the view. Coat of arms in top right corner.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2011-04-04 23:58:42
GOTTFRIED, Johann Ludwig. Engraved by MERIAN, Matthew.
Archontologia Cosmica., 1649.. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. In very good condition, crisp clean and clear, but a darkened centrefold. Size: 34 x 22.5 cm. (13½ x 9 inches). A handsome view of Innsbruck, shown from across the river Inn, with the towering mountains behind. Three horses tow a barge downstream. Title to left of upper centre, city arms at top right.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
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