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        A French-English Dictionary, With Another in English and French. Whereunto are Newly Added the Animadversions and Supplements, &c

      W.H. for Abel Roper, London, 1650. Later Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. Full calf rebacked and cornered, worn at the edges and much used but sound. A later edition of Cotgraves Dictionarie of the French and English Tongues (1611), the first, though, with Howell's additions. Both the inclination to put such a thing together, and the book itself, are emblematic of the late but fierce blooming English Renaissance. Printed in three columns, lacking the blanks with new endpapers added. Separate titles for the two sections with the English-French in an architectural border. Mild to moderate foxing throughout, light dampstain early on. Size: Folio. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kilos. Category: Language & Linguistics; Reference. Inventory No: 043237. .

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        THE RETURNING BACKSLIDER: OR A COMMENTARIE UPON THE WHOLE XIV. CHAPTER OF THE PROPHECY OF THE PROPHET HOSEA:

      London: Printed by T. Mab abd A. Coles for John Saywell, 1650. Some variation in page toning, marginal notes in pencil. Third edition 4to. [xii], 484p, [xvi], [i, ads]. The Saints Priviledge has a separate title page, also 1650, the fourth edition. Newly rebound in full leather in period style with gilt spine titles and new endpapers Fly leaf has inscription in brown ink: "The Book is of Inestimable Worth. JW." Previous owners note attributes this note to John Wesley - which is highly doubtful.& Wing S3742.

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        Familienchronik der Familie Olfers in Münster. Handschrift verschiedener Mitglieder der Familie

      Münster, 1650 -1728. 19 cm. 87 nicht numerierte Blatt, davon 13 Blatt ohne Eintragungen, Blatt 22 und 62 ausgeschnitten. Pergamentband der Zeit mit Schließbändern, auf dem Vorsatz Eintragung "Sum Wilhelmi Olfers 1650 - Die Familie von Olfers, 1803 in den Reichsadelstand erhoben, gehörte im 18. und 19. Jahrhundert zur Führungselite in Münster. Der überwiegende Teil der Aufzeichnungen ist von Werner Olfers (1650 - 1717), Notar am Hofgericht Münster. Blatt 1-19 (Blatt 13, 16 und 17 ohne Eintragungen) unter anderem mit Eintragungen von Wilhelm Olfers: Tod und Bestattung seiner Mutter 14. und 17. April 1658 (Blatt 1); Eheversprechen am 27. Dezember 1650 "mit meiner hertz allerliebsten Jungferen Sara Hense". Namentlich aufgeführte Personen: E. Roters, Wilhelm Berghuß, Erwin(?) Werncke, Heinrich Twehuß, Johann Berghuß, Wilhelm Olfers, G. L. Kemner, G. H. Soest, G. G. Hobbelt, J. Haase, Albert Grieninck, Herman Hense (Blatt 2); Eheschließung am 31. Januar 1651 (Blatt 2); Geburt seiner Kinder 1651-1660. 3 Söhne, 2 Töchter mit Namen der Paten (Blatt 3); Grundstückskauf im Mai 1651 (Blatt 4); "Documenta und Literarum Consensu so uns sind angefallen" (Blatt 5-6); Rechnungsbuch 1651-1665 (Blatt 7-18); Kosten für "Begrabniß meiner Frauwen" (Blatt 19). Blatt 20-38 mit Eintragungen von den Nachkommen des Wilhelm Olfers, unter anderem: 23. Dezember 1686 Eintrag von Werner Olfers über den Empfang einer Geldsumme von seinem bisherigen Vormund Heinrich zur Mühlen (Blatt 24); Geburt mehrerer Kinder von 1689 bis 1717; Tod und Begräbnis von Werner Olfers (Blatt 24) Blatt 38-41 Rechnungsbuch 1716-1728 Blatt 42-46 ohne Eintragungen Blatt 47-64 mit Eintragungen 1700-1717 von Werner Olfers, fortgesetzt von seiner Witwe, unter anderem: Kosten seines Hauses am Roggenmarkt (Blatt 48) Blatt 65-69 ohne Eintragungen Blatt 70-87 mit Eintragungen von Werner Olfers und seiner Ehefrau Anna Elisabeth: "Registrum ... 1687 bis 1700 ... zum Steuer der Haushaltung von etwas liggenden Gründen und Obligationen eingehenden Intraden" Erledigte Schulden, Forderungen, etc. sind zeitgenössisch durchgestrichen. -

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        Les vrayes centuries et propheties de maistre Michel Nostradamus. Revues et corrigées suyvant les premieres editions imprimées en Avignon en 1556 et à Lyon en 1558. Avec la vie de l'autheur.

      chez Pierre Leffen,, imprimé a Leyde, 1650 - Cm. 16, pp. (8) 208. Frontespizio in rosso e nero con vignetta xilografica centrale. Legatura strettamente coeva in piena pergamena semirigida con titolo ms. al dorso. Appena un po' scurita la pergamena della legatura, ma complessivamente esemplare molto genuino e ben conservato. Ottima edizione di questo classico a proposito della quale Dorbon-Ainé (3273) così si esprime: "Edition que recommende particulièrement Bareste et qu'il croit etre la plus belle.". [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        J. V. Vondels Poëzy of Verscheide Gedichten, / by Een Vergadert, Vermeert, En Op Een Nieuw Overzien. Mitsgaders Een Aenleidinge Ter Nederduitsche Dichtkunste

      T'Amsterdam : Voor Joost Hartgers, 1650. 1st Edition. Description; [16], 610, [4] p. : ill. ; in-8. Added engraved title page. Collational formula: * 8 A-2Q 8. Met gegrav. Titelplaat (*1) door C. V. D. [alen], naar J. Sandrart en gegraveerd portret van Vondel (*8v) . Op de titel en in de tekst vignetten met de initialen A. R. , van de drukker Adriaen Hermansz Roest. References; Schuytvlot 7. Unger 4. Very good copy in the original full vellum. Spine bands and panel edges somewhat rubbed and dust-toned as with age. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. Scans and additional bibliographic detail on request.

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        Idea Principis Christiano-Politici 100 Symbolis expressa.

      Coloniae, 1650 - Cm. 13,2, pp. (12) 795 (5) + 2 ccb. Bel frontespizio figurato e 102 emblemi nel testo. Il tutto finemente inciso in rame. Leg. coeva in piena pergamena rigida con bei titoli manoscritti al dorso. Laccetti di chiusura mancanti ed una cerniera superficialmente disunita, peraltro bell'esemplare fresco e ben impresso. Celebre ed affascinante libro d'emblemi pibblicato per la prima volta a Monaco nel 1640 e poi più volte ristampato. L'A. (1584-1648), grande storico spagnolo, fu ambasciatore presso la Santa Sede; proprio tale lunga ed apprezzata carriera diplomatica si pone alla base di questa raccolta di massime politiche (a ciascuna delle quali corrisponde un emblema) che gli garantirono notevole fama. L'opera si colloca dottrinalmente sulla scia della fortunata letteratura politica sulla ragion di Stato che ebbe inizio alla fine del Cinquecento e si protrasse fino agli anni Quaranta del Seicento. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Der Hirte mit dem Dudelsack. The Shepherd with the Backpipe

      Radierung von Jan Miel um 1650. 14.3x21.2 cm. - Hollstein, Dutch 14, 11 - Ba. 1 - Nagler, Lex. X, 318. 1 - Thieme / Becker XXIV, 537f. - Der auf einem Dudelsack spielende Hirte sitzt auf einem Baumstamm, neben ihm drei Ziegen, hinter ihm ein Hund. In der Platte unten links signiert: "Gno. Miele fecit et inv.", Gno. für Giovanni. Schönes sauberes Exemplar, an allen Seiten ca. 0,5 cm Rand um die Plattenkante. - Der Maler und Radierer Jan Miel (Giovanni Miele) war 1636 - 1658 in Rom tätig, wo er zeitweise für Andrea Sacchi arbeitete. Seit Ende 1658 in Turin als Hofmaler des Herzogs Karl Emanuel.

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        Landscape with Orpheus and Eurydice (Paysage avec Orphée et Eurydice)

      - ~ Copper engraving, late 17th century, after «Paysage avec Orphée et Eurydice» (ca. 1650) by Nicolas Poussin, oil at the Musée du Louvre in Paris. Size approx. 57cm (22.2in) x 75cm (29.2in). Title at bottom: Dedié a Louis le Grand Roy de France et de Navarre. Par son tres humble tres Obeissant serviteur et sujet E. Baudet. Dans ce tableau le Poussin a voulu particulierement représenter la veüe d'un païs délicieux. Mais il y exprime aussy d'une maniere nouvelle le Charme puissant de la voix et de la lyre d'Orphée. Euridice blessée a mort par un Serpent tombe et n'a pas la force de se relever pour s'approcher de son Epoux dont elle entend la voix. D'un autre costé Orphée tout transporté hors de luy mesme en chantant et joüant de sa lyre, ne voit point l'accident funeste qui luy enleve sa chere épouse, parce que deux jeunes nymphes attentives a l'écouter, et plus loin un homme debout proche d'Euridice la cache entierement a ses yeux. - REF: Andresen, A. «Catalogue des graveurs de Poussin», Gazette des Beaux-Arts, vol. 60, 1962, p. 198. ~ In fine condition

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        Epitome Cosmographica, o compendiosa introduttione All'Astronomia, Geografia, & Idrografia, Per L'Uso, Dilucidatione, e Fabbrica delle Sfere, Globi, Planisferi, Astrolabi, et Tavole Geografiche...Colonia [i.e. Venice]: Ad istanza di Andrea Poletti, 1693.

      First and only edition of this sumptuously illustrated work, a singular source for the documentation of several of the most elaborate large-scale globes, inventions used to make celestial and terrestrial maps, and astronomical mechanisms, some now lost, constructed during the latter decades of the seventeenth century.<br/><br/> Coronelli (1650-1718) was the greatest maker of terrestrial globes and maps during the last half of the seventeenth century and the founder of the Accademia Cosmografica degli Argonauti, the first geographical society. He published some 140 works in his lifetime, the first at the age of 16. Probably born in Venice, he earned his doctorate in theology at Rome in 1674, excelling in the study of astronomy and Euclid. A little before 1678 he began working as a geographer and was commissioned to make a set of globes for the Duke of Parma, each of which was 1.8 metres in diameter. They so impressed Cardinal D'Estrees, ambassador to Rome and advisor to Louis XIV, that he invited Coronelli to Paris in 1681 to construct a pair of terrestrial and celestial globes for the King. The present volume is particularly noteworthy for the information Coronelli includes on these massive and highly decorative globes which took him two years to construct. These extremely ornate works, one of which is illustrated here, were 3.9 metres in diameter, and weighed two tons, and remained until the 1920s the largest globes in the world. They stood on a marble base of five steps and were held by a system of four meridian-rings and a massive horizon-ring supported by eight pillars, all in bronze. Each had a wooden frame covered with glued layers of plaster and fabric and an outer surface of very fine linen on which the information on the globe was painted and lacquered. These globes established Cornelli's fame, and also his fortune as his globes became an essential feature of the great houses and libraries of Europe. <br/><br/> Among other noteworthy descriptions and illustrations in the present work are those of Treffler's <i>Sphaericum Automatum</i>, a self-moving celestial globe, now lost. It was for sale for the price of 8000 Talari in 1688 at the time Coronelli was passing through Augsburg, and his description of it appears to be the only surviving evidence that it existed. Also noted by Coronelli is Weigel's <i>Globus Pancosmus</i>, which had a circumference of 9.5 metres with interior effects such as a breeze which could be made to blow from any desired quarter, various elements such as rain, hail and thunder and images of people of different nationalities. <br/><br/> The work contains 4 large fold-out celestial maps in circular format engraved in a spectacular baroque style. These celestial maps are especially noteworthy because they were based upon the most recent astronomical observations and were copied into the eighteenth century. Also included are two large terrestrial maps - the western and eastern hemispheres. Of the 37 double-page plates, many illustrate globes, spheres, astronomical diagrams and instruments. <br/><br/> Most copies of this work lack several of the plates, and sometimes the engraved or printed title: no other complete copy has appeared at auction since 1989. <br/><br/> Riccardi I: 374-5; Houzeau & Lancaster 8006; Nordenskiold Collection 57 (28 plates only)], Armao, <i>Vincenzo Coronelli</i>, p. 189; Warner, <i>The Sky Explored</i>, pp. 56-7.. 4to (180 x 130 mm), engraved frontispiece, pp. [xxx] (including engraved and printed titles), 420, [xvi]; 37 double-page plates, one (p. 361) with 6 volvelles. Contemporary mottled calf, spine richly gilt in compartments with red lettering-piece (boards a little scuffed, top of front joint starting). Bookplate of Bibliothecae Nobilis Collegii Ptolemaei on front paste-down, evidence of removal of another bookplate and stamp, manuscript inscription in lower blank margin of engraved title crossed out, library numbering in blue ink to verso of letter press title

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        Passiones Animaæ (Passions of the Soul).

      Ludovicum Elzevirium, Amstelodami 1650 - TP + [i]-[ii] = Ad :Lectorum + [iii]-[xxi] = Epistolae & Responsios + 1-65 + 77 + 67-98 + [99]-[103] = Index, Small Octavo. First Latin Quarto Edition (Guibert, pp. 158-159).First Latin Quarto Edition of Descartes' Important Work on the Workings of the Body and Soul Including Significant Contributions on Ethics and Psychology. The first Latin editions were published by Elzivier in 1650 in both 12mo and quarto formats - most likely simultaneously although the 12mo version is typically given priority. This Latin translation of the original French edition of Les passions de l'ame (1649) was done by Samuel and Henri des Marets. An English translation was also published in the same year. The Latin edition of Descartes' last work, Les passions de l'ame (1649), was written in Egmond-Binnen, his last Dutch residence, for Queen Christina of Sweden, and first published in the original French the previous year. It discusses psychology, ethics and the relationship between mind and body; Descartes believed that the soul was a definite entity giving rise to senses, thoughts, feelings, affections and acts of volition and he was one of the first to regard the brain as an organ which integrated the function of mind and body. Such beliefs had a powerful influence on the thinking of men like Robert Hooke, Giovanni Borelli, Jan Swammerdam and Thomas Willis, and, at a time when scientific research was expanding rapidly, Descartes' theories helped to explain the more puzzling problems of human physiology (see: Heirs of Hippocrates, no. 291). "Finally, he brought physiological psychology within the compass of his system in 'Les passions de l'aime' in 1649. This system aimed to be as complete as Aristotle's, which it was designed to replace. It was not by chance that it dealt in the same order with many of the same phenomena (such as the rainbow), as well as with others more recently investigated (such as magnetism)." (DSB). Later grey-blue paper over boards. The text is clean and tight. A nice copy of this important work by Descartes. PHOTOS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST.

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        Insular. Aliquot Aegaei Maris Antiqua Descrip

      Amsterdam: Jansson, J., 1650. unbound. very good. Map. Engraving with hand coloring. Image measures 17" x 19.5". Beautiful map of the Mediterranean and Aegean islands of Corsica, Sardinia, Euboea, Samos, Kea, Lesbos, Lemnos, Chios, Rhodes, Ikaria and Rhenia. The islands are shown in separate insets with corresponding information in Latin. A few scattered tears and expert repair to bottom centerfold.

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        Weitzenkirchen

      ca 1650 - ca 1700 - Kolorierter Kupferstich, Darstellung: 21,5 x 20 cm Ansicht von Waizenkirchen in Oberösterreich von Matthäus Merian. Koloriert und vergrößert von Anna Beek (1657-1717) um 1700 im Auftrag des holländischen Königs Wilhelm III. von Oranien. Anna Beek war Kupferstecherin, Herausgeberin und eine der besten Koloristen der Zeit. Unten Passepartout montiert, insgesamt gut erhalten. - Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. A - D, 108. View of Waizenkirchen in Upper Austria by M. Merian. Enlarged and colored around 1700 by Anna Beek (1657-1717). Anna Beek was an engraver, publisher and one of the best colorists of her time. On comission of William III of England she redesigned a whole series of views by Matthäus Merian, by cutting them vertically, enlarging them in the height by mounting them on new paper and coloring them with bright contemporary coloring. In a good condition, mounted under a mat. - Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. A - D, 108.

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        Hamburg. Hamburgum. Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau. Kupferstich von Merian,

      1650 - um 1650, 27,5 x 35 cm (=Darstellung), Mit Legende 1 bis 32, Schiffstaffage und Lorbeerwappen, gefaltet (Mittelbug) und Quetschungen von der ursprünglichen Bindung, ein sehr schönes Exemplar. Gerahmt in schwarz-goldener Leiste. Sprache: Deutsch gefaltet (Mittelbug) und Quetschungen von der ursprünglichen Bindung,

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        Suggessor Legum et Consuetudinum Regni Hungariae. c.1650

      1650. [Manuscript]. [Law Dictionary]. [Kingdom of Hungary]. Suggessor Legum et Consuetudinum Regni Hungariae. [Hungary, c. 1650]. [420] pp. Quarto (7-1/2" x 6"). Contemporary vellum (cut from a manuscript calendar for the month of August, red-letter days indicated). Some soiling and edgewear, small chip to head of spine, minor worming to front board and pastedown, front hinge starting, vellum just beginning to crack through rear pastedown. Light toning to interior, early inscription and cancelled signature to front pastedown, text in Latin, written in a fine secretarial hand. * This manuscript contains an alphabetical arrangement of Hungarian laws and customs relating to the principles and regulations established in a community by some authority. It pays careful attention to application and the distinction between legislation and custom. Several entries give citations, mostly of legal books with sixteenth and seventeenth-century dates. The inscription on the front pastedown reads: "Durant Virtute Parata" (Endurance Wins).

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        Osnabrugensis Episcopatus. Altkolor. Kupferstichkarte von Joh. Gigas bei Blaeu, um 1650. 38 x 48 cm.,

      1650 - Zeigt Bistum Osnabrück mit angrenzenden Landesteilen und deren Wappen (Münster, Tecklenburg u.a.).- Unten links ornamentale Titelkartusche mit darunterliegender Abbildung von Osnabrück (Osenbrugge).- Dekorative Karte, leicht gebräunt. Gewicht in Gramm: 500

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        Ephemerides novissimae motuum coelestium. Pars prima: Ab anno 1641 ad annum 1650. Pars secunda: Ab anno 1651 ad annum 1660.

      Bologna, Giovanni Battista Ferroni, 1650. - Large 4to. 2 parts in one volume. (8), XXXIX, (1), 307, (1) pp. (4), 309-633, (3) pp. With woodcut vignette to both title pages, several woodcut illustrations in the text, and printer's device on last leaf. Fine contemporary French éventail leather binding. Wants ties. Second, posthumous edition. Previously, Montebruni (1597-1644) had published his "Ephemerides" for the years 1640-45 and 1645-60. "D'apres les tables de Lansberg, pour le méridien de Bologne. Dans la part I de la publication, il y a un catalogue d'étoiles, réduites à 1630" (Houzeau/L.). - Edges, corners and spine-ends rubbed and bumped; hinges beginning to split. Sumptuous giltstamped éventail-style binding: double borders of a narrow zig-zagging design and a wider rosette-and-flower-design within floral braces and double fillets enclose a large central compartment, the corners of which are occupied by round-headed pointillé fans emanating from tendril corner stamps. The same éventail stamps form an elaborate central rosette with tendril stamps at top and bottom ends. The empty space in between in filled in by intricate tendril and dentelle blindstamping. The various elements of the design are starkly set off by empty quarter-inch fillet borders enclosing the corner éventails with quadrants and the central rosette with a lozenge; the tendril infilling is structured by the same blank borders forming a cross, thus dividing the cover into four richly tooled, mirroring quarters. The spine is framed by the same zigzag and floral borders as the covers, enclosing a narrow blank border and a finely tooled dentelle and semi-rosette design echoing the cover infilling. - Title page bears 1772 ms. note of ownership by the Capuchin monk Giovanni da Cento, who introduced the volume to his monastery's library in Cento (Emilia-Romagna). Later in the library of the Swedish collector Thore Virgin (1886-1957) with his repeated signature (dated Stockholm, 16 May 1914) and his bookplate (dated 1911) and collection stamp ("Bibliotheca Qvarnforsiana"). Additional bookplate of Rolf Wistrand. Riccardi II, 180, 2. Houzeau/Lancaster 15161. OCLC 68956764. Lalande 211 ("1640"). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Pontus Euxinus

      Amsterdam, c. 1650. Map. Copper engraving, recent hand-colour, closed split at foot of centrefold, blank verso. Engraved by Pieter van den Keere for Janssonius, this map of the Black Sea region in antiquity closely follows the maps which Ortelius engraved for his Parergon.

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        Praga

      Frankfurt, c. 1650. Map. Copper engraving, 28 x 70 cms, black and white, blank verso. Prague, published by Merian and his heirs in various works, including the Theatrum Europaeum.

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        Unheard-of Curiosities: Concerning the Talismanical Sculpture of the Persians; The Horoscope of the Patriarkes; And the Reading of the Stars

      London : Humphrey Moseley, 1650 1st English edition of this extremely rare early work on the Cabala. Jacques Gaffarel first published the work in 1629 in France where it was extremely popular - Edmund Chilmead produced the first english version in 1650. The preface to the edition states &#39;This Curious Booke was printed Thrice, with the space of Sixe Moneths: Twice in Paris; and Once, in some other City of France not named in the Impression. And it is suspected, and upon very good Grounds too, that the Booke-sellers of Rouen, in hope of Gaine, printed it more than Once; though not without very great Corruption, both of the Sense and Stile.&#39; The book caused considerable controversy, but Gaffarel became librarian to Cardinal Richelieu and had his protection. This copy lacks the 2 charts of the heavens but is otherwise complete and newly and expertly rebound in full leather. With Chilmead&#39;s preface, title page, dedication to Edward Bysshe, letter to My Lord Bishop of Nantes, the Author&#39;s Additions, and Advertisement to the Reader, Table of Chapters and Contents, and text with a number of small engravings. The book has many signatures of previous owners across the title page, preface and end of the book. It has also been much annotated in pencil, particularly towards the end. The paper is very soft and has had some damp spots. It has had a number of paper repairs and added backing to some pages and particularly page edges to give some protection. There is no loss of text.

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        Genua

      Frankfurt, c. 1650. Map. Copper engraving, 21 x 39.5 cms, black and white, slight spotting, blank verso. Genoa, published by Merian and his heirs in various works, including the Itinerarium Italiae of 1640 and editions of the Theatrum Europaeum.

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        Andaluzia continens Sevillam et Cordubam

      Amsterdam: Willem Blaeu. unbound. very good. Map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Image measures 14 7/8" x 19 3/8". Beautiful map of southern Spain in original color with gold highlights, circa 1650. Shows Andalusia with Seville, Cordoba and the Strait of Gibraltar. Decorative features include ornate cartouches with cherubs and architectural elements, a compass rose, ships and two coats of arms. Minor overall aging and offsetting, full original margins. Willem Blaeu (1571-1638) was a prolific Dutch mapmaker who started one of the most famous map publishing firms of the 17th century. It was at this time that the Dutch controlled the map trade, and their ornate and beautiful maps had immense popularity. Blaeu was instrumental in driving this dominance in his lifetime, and this legacy was continued by his sons.

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        Physiomathematica, sive Coelestis Philosophia... -

      Milano, Malatesta, (1650).In-4. Legatura coeva in pergamena; lievi mende. Con 9 illustrazioni a p. pagina su 5 fogli. (16), 323 pp.; forellini nelle prime due carte che toccano appena un paio di lettere di testo e senza l?antiporta che in genere manca; fresco esemplare. Edizione originale. L?autore, monaco olivetano e professore di astrologia all?università di Padova, fu uno dei primi ad affrontare l?astrologia su basi scientifiche basandosi su rigorose osservazioni astronomiche. Houzeau & L. 5173 e Caillet 10734 la datano per sbaglio 1647, ossia la data della dedica. Vinciana 1618; Riccardi II, 522 e III, 150 (ambedue senza l?antiporta). First edition of this scientific approach to astrology based on rigorous astronomical observation; a rare work since it was put on the Index twice. «Placido de Titis of Perugia served as a sort of patron saint for astrologers in the 2nd half of the 17th century... (and) tried to account for the influence of stars on natural grounds and manifest causes...» (Thorndike VIII, 303). With 9 full-page engr. plates on 5 leaves; without the frontispiece (as in most copies). A clean copy bound in contemp. vellum; small worming on front cover and first 2 leaves; traces of gnawing on outer margin of back cover.

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        Amerique Septentrionale

      Paris: N. Sanson & P. Mariette, 1650 [but 1659]. Copper-engraved map, with original outline colour. 17 1/8 x 22 1/8 inches. The third state of this highly important map of North America by the founder of the French School of cartography. This very rare map is the most geographically progressive portrayal of the continent made during its generation, and was not superseded until Vincenzo Maria Coronelli&#39;s map of 1688. Importantly, it is the first map to depict the Great Lakes in a recognizable form, and the first to name Lake Ontario and Lake Superior. In his rendering of the region, Sanson benefited from having received a copy of The Jesuit Relations, published in Paris in 1649, a detailed account by French missionaries who had traveled in the region. Most notably, this included Father Paul Ragueneau&#39;s account of his visit to Niagara Falls and Jean Nicollet&#39;s discovery of Lake Michigan, "Lac des Puans," in 1634. Down the St. Lawrence River from the lakes, Montréal is named, the settlement having been founded by the Sieur de Maisonneuve in 1642. Elsewhere, to the north, a mysterious strait weaves over "New South Wales" on Hudson&#39;s Bay, terminating in the interior of the continent, a blank space labeled as "Mer Glaciale". This alludes to the existence of a much hoped-for Northwest Passage. On the eastern seaboard, the map notes "N[ouvelle] Amsterdam" in the place of present day New York, and is the first printed map to label "N[ouvelle] Suede," referring to the Swedish colony centered on Fort Christina, founded on the site of present-day Wilmington, Delaware in 1638. To the far southwest, Sanson based his depiction on the Father Alonso Benavides Memorial, a travel account of New Mexico, published in Madrid in 1630. It is the first printed map to label "S[anta] Fe" (which is incorrectly shown to be on the banks of the Rio Grande) and the domains of various native tribes such as the "Apache," "Navajo" and the "Taosij" (Taos). To the west, California is shown as a large island, and features some of the same nomenclature as found on Johannes de Laet&#39;s map of 1630. To the north, an entirely unknown realm is named "Conibas," a mythical land that lay between North America and Asia. A striking aspect of the map is the sinusoidal projection employed by Sanson, that essentially places the globe on an elliptical graticule, creating a very pleasing aesthetic. The composition is finished by an extremely elegant Baroque title cartouche, featuring swags of fruit and vegetation. Nicholas Sanson was born in the town of Abbeville in Picardy. Something of a child prodigy, by the age of eighteen, he could already be found in Paris drafting his own maps. There he quickly rose to become Royal Geographer to Louis XIII in 1630. He maintained the position upon the ascension of the "Sun King" Louis XIV in 1643, and later served as tutor to the ambitious young monarch. In 1644, he formed a lucrative partnership with Paris publisher Pierre Mariette with the objective of producing a great atlas that could rival those of the Amsterdam houses, such as Blaeu and Jansson. The present map was devised as one of the most important maps in the atlas. The first state of the map was printed in 1650, a second state appeared a year later and the third state in 1659. The atlas itself, entitled Les Cartes Générales de toutes les parties du Monde was not finally assembled until 1658. It was however, a landmark moment in the history of French cartography, being the first folio atlas produced in that country. The extremely high quality of Sanson&#39;s work motivated other French mapmakers to improve the standard of their production. Sanson also greatly influenced Louis XIV&#39;s chief minister, Jean-Baptisite Colbert to heavily fund cartographic projects. This gave rise to a great &#39;French School&#39; of cartography that was to eventually wrest dominance of the mapmaking market from the Dutch by the 1680s. After Sanson&#39;s death in 1667, his work was continued by his sons, Guillaume (d.1703) and Adrian (d.1708). The first state of this map is extremely rare, with Philip Burden citing only two copies in private American collections; this third state can be recognized by the addition of hachuring around Lake Ontario. Burden, The Mapping of North America I, 294; Leighly, California as an Island, p.33, pl.7; McLaughlin, The Mapping of California as an Island, 12; Pastoreau, Les Atlas Français XVIe-XVIIe Siècles, p.387-9; Wagner, The Cartography of the Northwest Coast of America to the Year 1800, 360, pp.130-2; Wheat, Mapping of the Transmississippi West I, p.39

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        Marchionatus Sacri Romani Imperii. [Antwerpn]

      1650 ca 1650 - This is a superb map of the Marquisate of Antwerp with the city fortification delineated and the surrounding countryside and suburbs pictorially shown. The central plan is inset with a regional map of Brabant and surrounded with three city views and ten building vignettes. Along the top is a view of the city from the river that is flanked by elevations of the Cathedral and the Senate House. Two smaller views of the city at bottom are flanked by elevations of the Stock Exchange and the Hanseatic League Warehouse. Six smaller vignettes at sides detail churches and city gates. Only Black and white version I have seen offered.

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        Hafnia Metropolis et Portus Celeberrimus Daniae. Coppenhagen

      Frankfurt, c. 1650. Map. Copper engraving, 20 x 34.5 cms, black and white, slight spotting, blank verso. Copenhagen, published by Merian and his heirs in various works, including the Archontologia Cosmica and Theatrum Europaeum.

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        Experimenta Nova

      Amsterdam: Johanned Jansson Waesberge. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine. FIRST EDITION OF ONE OF THE GREAT SCIENTIFIC CLASSICS: "Describes the invention of the air pump and the famous experiment with the Magdeburg hemispheres, in which two teams of eight horses were employed in an attempt to pull apart two copper hemispheres from which the air had been withdrawn. Guericke also describes the invention of the first electrical machine, which generated the first visible and audible electric charges" (Honeyman). "In 1650 Guericke constructed the first air pump, which he used to create a vacuum in various containers. He showed that sound would not travel in a vacuum, and furthermore that a vacuum would not support combustion or animal life. In 1654 Guericke gave an impressive demonstration in front of the emperor Ferdinand III, of the force of atmospheric pressure. Two identical copper hemispheres 12 feet (3.66 m) in diameter were joined together. When the air was pumped out, 16 horses could not pull them apart although when the air reentered the hemispheres they fell apart by themselves. He also showed that 20 men could not hold a piston in a cylinder once the air had been evacuated from one end of it... In 1663 he built the first electrical friction machine by rotating a sulfur globe against a cloth... The results of these and other experiments were published in his Experimental nova Magdeburgica de vacuo spatio (1672; New Magdeburg Experiments Concerning Empty Space)" (Biographical Encyclopedia of Scientists). The magnificent large folding plate of the great public experiment with the horses and hemispheres is one of the most celebrated and reproduced images in all of science. Experimenta nova Magdeburgica de vacuo spatio [New Magdeburg Experiments Concerning Empty Space]. Amsterdam: Johanned Jansson Waesberge, 1672. Contemporary full vellum (possibly reset). Illustrated throughout, with engraved title, engraved portrait, 7 full-page engraved plates (one repeated), 2 double-page engraved plates and 24 engraved diagrams and figures in text. Without errata leaf (as often). Dibner, Heralds of Science 55; Grolier/Horblit 44; Sparrow, Milestones of Science 90; NLM/Krivatsy 5074; Wellcome III, p.175; Wheeler Gift 170; Norman 952. An outstanding copy, with plates and text exceptionally clean.

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        Messina

      Frankfurt, c. 1650. Map. Copper engraving, 20.5 x 35 cms, black and white, blank verso. Messina, published by Merian and his heirs in various works, including the Itinerarium Italiae of 1640 and editions of the Theatrum Europaeum.

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        Relazione De' felici successi della Santa Fede Predicata Da' Padri Della Compagnia di Giesu Nel Regno Di Tunchino, Alla Santita Di N.S. PP. Innocenzio Decimo

      Rome: Giuseppe Luna, 1650., 1650. small 4to. pp. 8 p.l., 326, [1 leaf]errata. double-page engraved map. woodcut printer's device on title. woodcut ornaments & initials. contemporary vellum (slight worming to lower spine, lacking front flyleaf, front hinge cracked). First Edition of the first separately published description of the whole of Vietnam, containing what appears to be the earliest detailed map of North Vietnam. It is preceded by Cristóforo Borri's Relatione della nuova missione.della Cocincina (1631), which dealt only with South Vietnam. In addition to presenting a first-hand account of missionary activity in the country from 1627 to 1646, Rhodes gives details respecting the manners and customs of the native inhabitants, politics and government, natural resources and commerce, &c. French and Latin translations were published in 1652. Rhodes, a French Jesuit, was assigned to the missions of the East Indies and spent several years in Goa, Malacca, Batavia, and Macao, before proceeding to Cochin China (South Vietnam) in 1624, where fellow Jesuits had been working since 1615. He arrived with five colleagues under the leadership of Gabriel De Matos. Within six months he had learnt Cochinchinois, invented the quoc-ngu, by which Vietnamese could be represented by Roman characters, and evangelized much of the region between the coast and the Annamese highlands. (Howgego) In 1627 he proceeded to Tongking (North Vietnam), where he met with equal success, reputedly personally converting over 6000 souls, until he was expelled in 1630. He spent the next ten years in Macao making occasional excursions into Canton. Allowed to return to South Vietnam in 1640, he was later arrested and imprisoned and again expelled, returning to Rome via Persia in 1646. He later obtained permission to establish a new mission in Persia, and there died at Ispahan in 1660. Bell R264. Brunet IV 1269. Cordier, Indosinica, 1619. cfCordier, Sinica, 2080. Graesse VI 104. De Backer & Sommervogel VI, 1718. Howgego R33-R34.. F. Hardcover.

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        VISIONES APOCALIPTICAS. 24 Grabados flamencos

      Amberes 1650 - 4 hojas de un tamaño de 33x27. Cada página posee 6 ilustraciones correctamente enumeradas. Cada ilustración mide 7'1x7'6 cm. En total 24 ilustraciones. En la primera lámina viene reflejado el nombre del autor Ioan Galle excudit. Visiones Apolypticae.Curiosa y extraña edición, posiblemente única, por su formato, de 24 grabados (la serie completa del libro) representando el Apocalipsis, estos grabados al buril fue estampado por el flamenco Ioan Galle, uno de los más importantes de artistas de grabadores de Flandes. Ioan Galle es nieto del también famoso Grabador Philip Galle y también nieto de Moretus (la famosa imprenta todavía existente Plantin Moretus). Esta serie y su extraña edición viene estampadas seis imágenes por cada hoja, y las hojas tienen un tamaño parecido a un A-3, provienen una nueva edición de "Icones Revelationum S. Iohs Evangeliste in Pathmo" de Gerard de Iode (según Hollstein. Dutch and Flemish, vol. 9, p. 201, 50-74), que formaba parte de la obra: "Thesaurus Novi Testamenti elegantissimus iconibus", del año 1585, y que se volvieron a estampar individualmente las 24 que completan la serie en el año 1650 en Amberes. Pieza de gran valor para coleccionistas y museos. Puede encontrar información en el Catálogo Escorial. vol. 6, pp. 264-272, nº 18.109-132.Aunque solo se indica en el primer grabado, la edición por parte de Ioan Galle en 1650, todo indica que su autoría es de Gerard de Jode (Nimega 1509 - Amberes 1591), fue un grabador, cartógrafo y editor establecido en Amberes, donde en 1547 fue admitido en la «guilda» o gremio de San Lucas. Como impresor y editor se dedicó con frecuencia a editar mapas de otros cartógrafos, como Giacomo Gastaldi, Jacob van Deventer, Bartholomeus Musinus, Fernando Álvarez Seco y Abraham Ortelius, de quien publicó en 1564 un mapa del mundo en ocho hojas. Su obra más célebre es el Speculum Orbis Terrarum, un atlas en dos volúmenes publicado en 1578. Destinado a competir con el Theatrum Orbis Terrarum de Ortelius, editado ocho años antes, no logró alcanzar la popularidad de su competidor, a pesar de la calidad del trabajo realizado y son muy pocos los ejemplares de él conservados.Gerard de Jode todavía preparó algunas planchas para una edición ampliada que quedó incompleta a su muerte. Se encargó de completar el trabajo su hijo Cornelis de Jode, quien en 1593 publicó la nueva edición con el título Speculum Orbis Terrae. La nueva edición tampoco se vendió bien y nunca fue reeditado. The British Museum, (Registration number 1968, 1018.1.372), en su página web también cita la posibilidad de que los dibujos sean del artista: Jan Snellinck (Malinas 1548 o 1549 ? Amberes 1 de octubre de 1638) fue un pintor flamenco, que destacó fundamentalmente como coleccionista y marchante, siendo uno de los más importantes del mercado artisticode comienzos del siglo XVII en Europa.Uno de sus principales discípulos fue Abraham Janssens. Según Houbraken,Flamenco pintor, dibujante, diseñador de tapices y marchante de arte. Hijo de Daniel Snellinck (fl.1531-44), un pintor y vendedor ambulante, y Verhulst Cornelia, que era pariente de la familia de Bruegel. Casado Helena de Jode el 10 de julio de 1574, hija de Gerard de Jode (qv), el grabador y editor de impresión en Amberes, sus obras se mencionan en los registros del gremio de Amberes 1577-8, pero se convirtió en un ciudadano de Amberes sólo el 27 de junio 1596. Las primeras obras conocidas Snellinck son los dibujos para grabados en el Tesauro veteris et novi testamenti (Amberes, 1585), reconocido entre sus contemporáneos por sus pinturas de batallas y escenas heroicas, con buena acogida entre la realeza y el cleroEn el año 2011, sirvió estos grabados para identificar por expertos en arte sacro Hispanomaericano, para identificar uno de los tableros de la sillería del coro del ex-Templo de San Agustín de la Ciudad de México. En concreto el grabado nª22 de esta serie que aquí se vende (las dos últimas imágenes hace referencia a este dato). El ex Templo de Sa

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        Danielis Sennerti Vratislaviensis, Doctoris et Professoris Medicinae in Academia Wittenbergensi:

      nbsp;Lugduni - Ioannis Anthonii Huguetan, 1650 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A very scarce copy of the collected works of German physician Daniel Sennert. In Latin. Including his Epitome scientiae naturalis ( first published in 1618), De Consensu & Dissensu Chymicorum cum Galenicis, De Origine Animarum in Brutis and his Hypomnemata physicae (first published in 1636)Sennert is notable for his contributions to the development of an early version of atomic theory. Specifically, he forms an intermediate bridge between the works of Geber and the more recognized Corpuscularianists such as Robert Boyle. Corpuscularianism differs from modern atomic theory in a number of significant ways, most noticeably a lack of a mathematical argument for its existence, something Sennert specifically rejected. Sennert is a intermediate step between corpsucular particle theory and Aristotelian forms. The same works that are often sited as demonstrating his early atomist views also emphasize the importance of substantial forms. Sennerts theories were based on an experiential and experimental evidence that he gathered both from eyewitness accounts and his own laboratory experience. One of Sennerts most notable experiments was a variation on the reduction to the pristine state. Taking an alloy of gold and silver, the silver was dissolved from the alloy in aqua fortis. In the classic reduction to the pristine state, the silver was then precipitated out of the aqua fortis by the addition of salt of tartar and then heated in a crucible to return it to its recognizable metallic form. Sennerts innovation on this experiment was the addition of pouring the silver-aqua fortis solution through a paper filter before precipitating the silver from the solution. This experiment was used as evidence that the silver remained in the mixture in the form of minuscule particles, rather than dissolving into its Aristotelian components. It appears to have inspired similar experiments on the part of Richard Boyle and others used to establish acceptance of Corpuscularianism. With decorative head-and-tailpieces, and vignette red-and-blacktitle pages. Frontispiece engraving of the author to volume I is missing. Complete in three volumes. Condition: Rebound in half-morocco (volume I) and cloth (volumes II and III). Externally, generally smart, though with some light rubbing and a few marks. Splitting to cloth on rear joint of volume III, and board is partially detached, with some tears to rear endpapers. Front hingeof volume II slightly strained. Internally, firmly bound. Some pages have been expertly repaired. Institutional ink stamps of Birmingham General Hospital Library to title pages and throughout text. Title page of volume III is missing. Some mould to the first few pages of volumeII. Pages have some tidemarks and some scattered spotting, with handling marks to the title pages, but are quite bright, given the age of the text. Overall: GOOD..

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        Coccio del Bruscelles (ship engraving)

      Vincenzo Coronelli (1650 - 1718)Illustrated plate from Isolario dell'Atlante VenetoVenice: 1691-98Copperplate engravingSheet size: 16? x 11 1/2?25? x 19 1/2? framedCoronelli was both a cleric and an encyclopedist, with a particular interest in geography and cartography. He joined the Franciscan Order in Venice in 1665 and six years later entered the convent of Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari, which was to become his professional workshop. In 1681 Coronelli served as Royal Cartographer to King Louis XIV in Paris, gaining special access to the most current records on world geography sent in from the colonies, and provided by the French Academy of Sciences.Coronelli returned to Venice in 1684 and founded the Accademia Cosmografica degli Argonauti, a geographical society with membership drawn from the aristocracy and church hierarchy, and a year later he was appointed Cosmographer to the Republic of Venice. He also started a successful publishing career, and was sole author or contributor to over 140 titles and produced several hundred maps, either printed separately or as parts of atlases. Coronelli published his groundbreaking cartographic work in a number of notable publications, including the two-part Isolario Atlante Veneto (1691-1692; 1696-98), and the Corso Geografico Universale (1692 & 1695). He is also credited with being the first to publish an encyclopedia in alphabetic order. By the end of the 17th century, he was perhaps the most famous map publisher in Europe and received constant requests from his contemporaries for information that would enable them to bring their atlases up to date. Shortly after his death, however, his name and work were quickly forgotten, and he remained in obscurity for several centuries. The lasting influence of his work is undeniable, however, and modern appreciation has more than compensated for the earlier lack of recognition.Coronelli?s Isolario, believed to be Coronelli?s greatest work, is one of the most decorative and ornate of all 17th century atlases.  Illustrated in Coronelli?s unique style, this atlas is a comprehensive survey of the islands of the world as known in his time, along with diagrams of various nautical weather conditions, instruments, fortresses and ship diagrams.

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        Dissertationes duae prima de Morte Christi

      Ex Officina Roger Daniels (Rogeri Danielis) Cambridge 1650 - First Edition 1650, small folio, two parts in one volume, contemporary full calf re-backed with raised bands and gilt titling, 2pp incunabula bound in before title and 2pp after colophon (latter with very small loss to text). [10], 106, [4], 107-245, [11] p. ; 2o.A notably clean and tight copy of the very scarce 1st edition. Worldcat shows only three copies. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Originali consideratione di Trajano Boccalini Romano "Sopra gli Annali di Caio Cornelio Tacito". Handschrift

      Ohne Ortsangabe, um 1650. 27 cm. 2 Teile in 1 Band. (146); (230) S. - Hilgers S. 431 (vgl.) - Wilpert, Weltlit. Fremdspr. I, S. 228 - "Die &#39;Commentari a Tacito&#39; setzen sich mit dem Begriff der Staatsräson auseinander, wobei Boccalini als erster die Unvermeidlichkeit des Handelns nach den Prinzipien der Staatsräson erkennt, diese zugleich aber moralisch verabscheut. Im Begriff der &#39;buone lettere&#39; glaubt er eine Möglichkleit zu einer Lösung gefunden zu haben" (Wilpert). Bis zu ersten Druckausgabe 1677 wurden Boccalinis "Commentari a Tacito" als Handschriften verbreitet (Worldcat siehe 5 Exemplare). Die gedruckte Ausgabe wurde am 19. September 1679 auf den Index gesetzt (Hilgers). Meist wurden seine Werke unter fingierten Druckorten oder im Ausland (Amsterdam, Genf) herausgegeben oder, wie hier, als Abschrift weitergegeben. Italienisch in gut lesbarer Handschrift. Bestoßen, Blattränder stellenweise fleckig, Besitzeintrag, am Schluß 3 Blatt Eckabriß mit Textverlust. Wasserzeichen des Schreibpapiers: Vogel, Ganze Figur, Im Kreis, links etwa bei 11 Uhr "A", rechts etwa bei 15 Uhr "N" - Sprache / Language: Italienisch / Italian -

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        RISTRETTO DELLE RAGIONI CHE LA SERENISSIMA CASA D&#39;ESTE HA COLLA CAMERA APOSTOLICA

      Rome?: Not Attributed. Very Good with no dust jacket. ca 1650. Hardcover. THEOLOGY; 17th Century; Small folio 12.5"; Circa 1650, Rome? Contemp. Sheep; rubbed & worn, occasionally darkened. Some staining at bottom of front matter. Old ink annotations on front blank. Ink stamp at foot of title page. OCLC 63345692 (locating 3 copies) . World/Cat likewise locates but 3 copies- all in Germany. . No earlier copies located. .

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        China veteribus Sinarum regio nunc incolis Tame dicta

      Amsterdam., [c. 1650]. Size: 495 x 405 mm Copperplate engraving with original colour. Fine condition. Water stains to both upper and lower margins. A most attractive map of China; with Korea shown as an island, and Japan shown with Honshu but not Hokkaido. Decorated cartouche at top right with dedicatory cartouche along lower edge to D. Theodoro Bas. Dutch text on verso.

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