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        Topographia Brandenburg/Preußen/Liefland, Merian M., 1652 EA

      Merian Matthäus, 1593-1650 - Brandenburg. - Merian. - [Zeiller, M.], Topographia electorat(us) Brandenburgici, et Ducatus Pomeraniae &c. das ist, Beschreibung der vornembsten und bekantisten Stätte und Plätz in dem hochlöblichen Churfürstenthum und March Brandenburg; und dem Hertzogtum Pom(m)eren, zu sampt einem doppelten Anhang, 1 Vom Lande Preußen unnd Pomorellen, 2 Von Lifflande unnd selbige beruffenisten Orten. Mit Kupfertitel, 4 doppelblattgr. Kupferkarten und 70 Kupfertafeln mit 104 Darstellungen (davon 65 doppelblattgr. bzw. mehrf. gefalten). [Frankfurt], M. Merian Erben [1652]. Späterer Hldr.-Bd. mit Rsch. Folio. Typogr. Titelblatt, Drucktitelblatt für den I Teil, die IV S. Widmung an den Großen Kurfürsten Friedrich Wilhelm fehlen hier, S. 5-129, 3 Bll.; 53 S., 1 Bl.; 36 S., 2 Bll. Exlibris und hs. Eintragung auf dem vorderen Innendeckel. Die große Ansicht von Berlin im unteren Rand mit hinterlegten Ausriß (mit ca. 2x4 cm Bildverlust, die Ansicht von Stralsund (Grundriss) mit Ausriss im linken Seitenrand (tlw. mit Verlust der Einfassungslinie). Die erste Karte und einige Tafeln mit tls. hinterlegten Einrissen. Gering fleckig. Wüthrich IV, 57. - Schuchhard 60a. - Erste Ausgabe. - "Dem Band zugeordnet wurden die außerhalb des neunten Reichskreises liegenden Gebiete des Deutschen Ordens mit ihren Hansestädten: Westpreußen (mit Pomerellen) und Ostpreußen, auch Livland; d. h. das Baltikum. Das Kurfürstentum Brandenburg wurde mit all seinen Teilen erfaßt . Pommern wurde insgesamt berücksichtigt, obwohl es seit 1648 in das schwedische Vorpommern und in das brandenburgische Hinterpommern geteilt war . Von besonderem Wert sind die Einleitungen zu den einzelnen Buchteilen, da in ihnen die geographischen, politischen und konfessionellen Verhältnisse ausgiebig dargelegt werden. In den Abschnitten über Preußen und Livland gibt Zeiller sich besondere Mühe, von jedem bedeuterendem Ort eine übersichtliche und aufschlußreiche Geschichtsdarstellung zu vermitteln. Daß er den jüngsten Kriegsereignissen einen relativ breiten Raum zumißt, ist leicht zu verstehen. Es mag in diesen Partien auch der wissenschaftliche Hauptwert des Buches stecken." (Wüthrich S. 337ff.) - Enthält Ansichten von Anklam, Spandau, Berlin, Eberswalde, Frankfurt a. d. Oder, Greifswald, Stettin, Stralsund, Danzig, Königsberg, Riga u. a. First edition. With engr. title, 4 doublepage engr. maps and 70 copperplates with 104 views (65 doublepage or folding). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Roma.

      1650 - Frankfurt, Merian c.1650. Coloured. Two sheets conjoined, total 310 x 715mm. A bird's-eye view of Rome, orientated with north to the left, with the Vatican lower left. Tempesta, a Florentine painter and engraver, produced his monumental map of Rome in 1593. Engraved on 12 folio sheets, it measured one metre by nearly 2.5 when pasted together. His view of the city was elongated to fit into his 2 by 6 sheet format. This reduction was published in Merian's 'Theatrum Europeum'

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        London.

      1650 - Frankfurt, c.1650. Coloured. Two sheets conjoined, total 220 x 690mm. Minor restoration at folds, backed on fine linen. A finely engraved panorama of London during the reign of James I, based on Visscher's engraving published in 1616, with a 43-point key underneath. It shows London fifty years before the Great Fire of London in 1666, showing from the King's Palace at Whitehall to the Tower of London and St Katherine's Church in the East. London Bridge still has buildings across it, and the heads of criminals decorate stakes on the bridge's southern gate. The Globe (Shakespeare's theatre) and the bull-baiting ring can be seen in Southwark. This engraving is one of the few prospects of London published before the Great FIre available to the collector. HOWGEGO: p.7.

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        Messe e motetti à 4. voci together with Salmi a 4 voci. Complete set of 5 manuscript partbooks for each work: canto, alto, tenore, basso, and organo (basso continuo). Ca. 1650-70

      5 volumes. Large quarto (ca. 285 x 223 mm). Contemporary carta rustica. All parts [18] pp. 1f. (ruled but without notation). Notated in black ink on paper with 10 rastrum-drawn staves per page. Partially uncut. Watermark at inner margins featuring flower on a four-leaved stem extending vertically from a hand. Each book contains the following pieces set to music: 2 Kyries, Glorias, and Credos, from two incomplete Mass Ordinaries; followed by the motets Omnes gentes, Properate mortales, Cantate Angeli, "Si quaeris miracula mors, Filii hominum, usquequo gravi corde?, and O mira o magna o nova o rara. Basso continuo part with customary figures, as well as textual and vocal cues. Manuscript note of attribution or ownership to upper wrapper of canto part: "Del S.r Carlo Steffano Brambilla." Executed in the hand of one principal scibe, each volume with texts of first page (Kyrie and the first part of the Gloria) in a second hand. Several staves of music and text in Omnes gentes and Properate mortales crossed out, "probably by a hand later than that of the original scribe," and which "seem to reflect post-compositional or performance decisions" (Robert L. Kendrick). Page 10 of organo (Properate mortales) with oblong strip of paper laid down over one line of text and music, with revised notation. Occasional small erasures, corrections, and notation extending into outer margins. Wrappers with minor dampstaining. Edges slightly worn, creased and cockled; occasional light foxing, scattered molding, and soiling, not affecting music; endpapers slightly trimmed along outer edges. "The Masses are both lacking the Sanctus and Agnus Dei. However, in mid-[seventeenth]-century Italy, these movements were normally set in a short (almost perfunctory) way, and the number of blank staves at the end of each Ordinary suggests that the scribe left room for brief settings to be added later (which did not happen)... The motets are on texts for typical feasts... Properate mortales is for Corpus Christi and possibly the Elevation of the Host at Mass; and the Si quaeris miraculat is a Responsory for the feast of St. Anthony of Padua (June 14)." Robert L. Kendrick. Together with: Anon. Salmi a 4 voci. Complete set of 5 partbooks for canto, alto, tenore, basso, and organo (basso continuo). Ca. 1650-70. 5 vols. Large quarto (ca. 285 x 223 mm). Contemporary carta rustica. Canto, alto, tenore, and basso [16] pp. (one page blank) each; organo 12 pp. Notated in black ink on paper with 10 rastrum-drawn staves per page. Partially uncut. Watermark at inner margins featuring flower on a four-leaved stem extending vertically from a hand. Each book contains the following pieces for the Divine Hour of Vespers set to music: the versicle Deus in adjutorium/Domine ad adiuvandum me (two different settings); the psalms Dixit Dominus (two different settings), Confitebor tibi Domine, Beatus vir, Laudate pueri (two different settings), Laudate Dominum, Laetatus sum in his quae dicta sunt mihi, Nisi Dominus; and the Magnificat canticle. Basso continuo part with customary figures, as well as textual and vocal cues. Occasional erasures, corrections, and notation extending into outer margins. Executed in the same hand of the principal scribe of the Messe e motetti à 4. voci described above. Wrappers with light to moderate dampstaining and occasional slight loss to spine; upper of basso part with numerous marks in black along outer edge; alto part partially detached; slight loss to upper corner of canto part slightly affecting music. Outer leaves of several parts slightly dampstained at inner margins not affecting legibility; occasional light bleeding, staining, and wear; final leaves trimmed at right edge. "These partbooks contain the five psalms of the so- called 'male cursus'... for Vespers of male saints and some other major feasts... plus two others need for the 'female cursus' for many of the Marian feasts and female saints. The final psalm of the latter, Lauda Jerusalem (Ps. 147), is lacking, but again here a significant amount of space seems to have been left for a setting of the text to be added later. This would have provided a complete five-Psalm group for many feasts in church's year... Stylistically, the music, with its homophonic declamatory verses/sections intermingled with more florid sections for small ensembles, seems typical of mid-Seicento concertato sacred music... " "The scoring also is actually a bit uncommon, if we think of the post- 1650 repertory, in which (at least in printed editions) psalm settings were for a changeable number of voices (from two to fives)." Kurzman and Schnoebelen, A Catalogue of Mass, Office and Holy Week Music... as well as the searchable database printed-sacred-music.org list only a few collections for four voices plus continuo. "This unvaried scoring again suggests use or origin for a given ensemble, probably without access to hiring outside singers (e.g. in a provincial cathedral or an urban church with limited resources)." Robert L. Kendrick. . All pieces apparently unpublished, perhaps unica. Not in RISM online. Undated, but Italian (Vigevano?) and from the second half of the 17th century. Watermark unlocated in any of the standard references. Carlo Steffano Brambilla (fl. 1650) may have been the composer of at least some of the masses, motets, and psalm settings in the present manuscripts. Only one other piece by him is known to exist: a Concerto à due voci, entitled "Fugiant nubila," which appears in Giovanni Battista Beria's Concerti musicali à due, tre e quattro voci, con una Messa à quattro concertata, et Introiti, Pange Lingua à quattro à capella. Opera terza. Milano: C Camagno vicino la Rosa, 1650. It is quite possible the Brambilla studied with Beria. As Robert L. Kendrick notes, "this was a typical practice for someone who was a student in order to have a composition published in his/her teacher's edition." Only two complete sets of the Beria partbooks are extant (Sibley Music Library at Eastman and Boston College). Ruth Watanabe: "Some Partbooks Printed by Italian Printers of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries," University of Rochester Library Bulletin Vol. XIII, no. 2 (Winter, 1958). RISM A/I/1 B 2028. Worldcat. A certain Carlo Stefano Brambilla, "Cancelliero, Ragionato, & Archivista" of Vigevano, also wrote a guidebook to the churches and history of his city, "La Chiesa di Vigevano," published in 1669, again in Milan, by "I fratelli Camagni vicino la Rosa" - presumably the same Camagni who issued Brambilla's "Fugiant nubila." "This Brambilla was a layperson (like the 'Sig.' of the partbooks), and his guidebook (p. 113) notes his own presence at a dedication in 1635; hence he was probably born no later than 1620. He also had some interest in music, as he noted polyphony on some nine occasions in his guidebook (e.g. p. 113), and recorded the cathedral singers (p. 80) as well." "Putting all this together, we might think of a possible scenario: there was only one person by this name, a non-professional composer in Vigevano, who studied with Beria in Mortara in the 1640s (the towns are approximately 13 km distant), and compiled his own settings for his cathedral thereafter. The translation of the body of St. Vitus to Vigevano in 1657 might lie behind one of the festal motets, and the Si quaeris miracula, normally associated with internal Franciscan devotion, might have been for the annual civic celebrations of the saint (c.f. La chiesa, p. 52). Vigevano had been devastated by the wars with France and Savoy in the 1640s and 1650s (ibid., p. 2), and the two collections present in this lot might have been intended to provide a basic liturgical repertory for the cathedral singers in the wake of destruction... It is also noteworthy that one of the [aforementioned] printed collections for four voices, Bagatti's Messa e salmi brevi, op. 2 (Milan, 1659) was dedicated to Attilio Pietrasanta, the newly installed bishop of Vigevano (in office 1659-1666), perhaps with the same intent. In terms of liturgy, Vigevano followed Roman rite from its founding in 1530, and so there are no traces of Ambrosian rite in these books, despite the city's proximity to Milan. In that case, the music might date from something like 1650-1670 and be related to Vigevano." Robert L. Kendrick. We would like to thank Professor Robert L. Kendrick of the University of Chicago for his kind assistance in the cataloguing of these items.

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        Les Memoires de la Royne Marguerite.

      keine Angaben, o.O. o.J. (Edition pirate de l'epoque, reliure est peau de porc). Raubdruck der Zeit (wohl um 1650), 8°, dünner Schweinsledereinband, 2 und 230 Seiten, in altfranzösischer Sprache. Einband berieben und fleckig, Rest eines ExLibris auf vord. Einbandinnendeckel, erste ca. 30 Blatt mit kleinem Wurmgang, einige Seiten mit Eselsohr; eine Seite mit Randfehlstelle unten; sonst gut. Die erste Ausgabe der Erinnerungen erschien 1628, hier ein früher Raubdruck. Der Verfasser des Vorworts bleibt ungenannt

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        Les oeuvres. Les nouvelles oeuvres

      first edition of the car works and second edition of New works. Chez Augustin Courbe A Paris 1650 - 1658 Fort in-4 (16,5x23cm) (30) 709p. (1) 210p. (17) (1bc.) ; (8) 173pp. (5) relié

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        Le moyen de parvenir

      New edition. According to the typographical equipment, seventeenth editionBound in full red late nineteenth shagreen. Back to Jansenist nerves. Gilt title. Indoor Friesland. Gilt edges.1650 S.d In-16 (6x11,2cm) 439pp. relié

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        Topographia Germaniae Inferioris, Merian/Zeiler, anno 1700

      Merian Matthäus, 1593-1650 - Topographia Germaniae Inferioris, Merian/Zeiler , anno 1700. KOMPLETT ERHALTENE TOPOGRAPHIE DER NIEDERLANDE. Topographia Germaniae Inferioris da ist Beschreibung und Abbildung der Vornehmsten Statten, Vostungen und Ohrter so wohl in grund als in Prospect, in den XVII Niederlandischen Provintien liegend, Alls Brabant, Limburch, Mechelen, . und Burgund Caspar Merian, Martin Zeiller, 4 Auflage, datiert 1659, wesentlich später, ca. 1700 (lt. Wüthrich), folio, 33x21 cm., orig. Schweinsledereinband d. Zt., etwas berieben u. bestossen, oberes Kapital leicht lädiert, gering gebräunt, innen nahezu fleckenfrei und frisch. Titelblatt am Fuß knapp (ausserhalb der Darstellung) beschnitten. IV S. Widmung, 283 S., 12 doppelblattgr. Kupf.-Karten und 108 tls. doppelblattgr. bzw. gefalt. Kupfertafeln. Titelblatt, S. 3-4 Kupferverzeichnis, S 5-21 Vorrede (über den niederländischen Krieg, von M.Z.), S 22-283 Ortstexte, wie folgt: 1. Karte Niederlande, 2. Karte Brabant, 3. Karte Limburg, 4. Antwerpen, Grundriss, 5. Antwerpen, Ansicht, 6. Brüssel/Bruxelles, Ansicht, 7. Bergen op Zoom, Grundriss, 8. Bergen op Zoom, Ansicht, 9. Leuven/Louvain (Löwen) Ansicht, 10. Breda, Grundriß, 11. Crevecoeur, Fort NL, an der Maas, 12. Grave, Noord-Brabant, an der Maas,13. Geertruidenberg, Grundriss, 14. Gennep, Grundriss, 15. Grave, Noord-Brabant, Ansicht von NO., vorne die Maas, 16. Hannut/Hannuit B, Liege, Ansicht, 17. Hertzogenbosch, NL, Noord-Brabant, Grundriß, 18. Lier/Lierre, südöstlich von Antwerpen, Ansicht, 19. Limbourg/Limburg, Ansicht, 20. Limbourg/Limburg, Grundriß, 21. Maastricht, Grundriß, 22. Mechelen/Malines, Ansicht, 23. Ravenstein, NL, Noord-Brabant, Grundriß, 24. Steenbergen, NL, Noord-Brabant, Grundriß, 25. Karte Geldern und Zptphen, 26. Arnhem, NL, Gelderland, Grundriß, 27. Bredevoort, Grundriss, 28. Zaltbommel, Grundriss, 29. Doesburg, NL, Grundiss, 30. Elburg, Grundriss, 31. Groenlo, Grunriss, 32. Elburg, Ansicht, 33. Geldern (Nordrheinwestfalen), Ansicht, 34. Geldern, D, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Grundriß, 35. Harderwijk, Ansicht, 36. Nijmegen, Ansicht, 37. Nijmegen, NL, Grundriss, 38. Roermond, NL, Grundriss, 39. Sint Andries, Fort (Sankt Andreas), NL. 40. Schenkenschanz, D., NRW., 41. Venlo, NL, Grundriss, 42. Zutphen, Grundriss, 43. Tiel, Ansicht, 44. Tiel, Grundriss, 45. Zutphen, Ansicht, 46. Ruhrort (in Duisburg), Grundriss, 47. Wageningen NL, Grundris, 48. Karte von Overijssel, 49. Karte (West) Friesland, 50. Hasselt, Ansicht, 51 Coevorden, Grundriss, 52. Blokzijl, Grundriss, 53. Bourtange, Grundriss, 54. Delfzijl, Grundriss, 55. Damme, Grundriss, 56. Deventer, Grundriss, 57. Deventer, Ansicht, 58. Groningen, Grundriss, 59. Leeuwarden, Ansicht, 60. Groningen, Ansicht, 61. Harlingen, NL, Grundriss, 62. Hasselt, Grundriss, 63. Woudrichem (Worcum), Grundriss, 64. Leeuwarden, Grundriss, 65. Stavoren, NL, Friesland, Grundriss, 66. Stavoren, Ansicht, 67. Zwolle, Ansicht, 68. Zwartsluis, NL, Grundriss, 69. Steenwijk, Grundris, 70. Zwolle, Grundriss, 71. Karte Noord- und Zuid Holland (Holland), 72. Karte von Zeeland, 73. Alkmaar, Grundriss, 74. Amsterdam, Grundriss, 75. Amsterdam, Ansicht, Faltblatt, von 2 Platten gedruckt, 201x713 mm., mit ca. 15 cm. tiefem Einriss, an dieser stelle gebräunt, 76. Arnemuiden, Ansicht, 77. Arnemuiden Grundriss, 78. Den Haag (s-Gravenhage), Ansicht, 79. Brielle, Grundriss, 80. Delfshaven (in Rotterdam), Grundriss, 81. Klundert, NL, Noord-Brabant, Grundriss, 82. Delft, Grundriss, 83. Dordrecht, Grundriss, 84. Edam, Grundriss, 85. Leerdam, Grundriss, 86. Enkhuizen, NL, Grundriss, 87. Vlissingen, Zeeland, Grundriss, 88. Goes, NL, Zeeland, Grundriss, 89. Gorinchem (Gorcum), NL, Zuid-Holland, Grundriss, 90. Gouda, Grundriss, 91. Haarlem, NL, Grundriss, 92. Heusden, Grundriss, 93. Heukelum, Grundriss, 94. Hoorn, NL, Noord-Holland, Grundriss, 95. Leiden, Grundriss, 96. Leiden, Ansicht, Faltblatt, von 2 Platten gedruckt, 214x625 mm., 97. Medemblik, NL, Noord-Holland, Grundriss, 98. Middelburg, Grundriss, 99. Mid [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Messe e motetti à 4. voci together with Salmi a 4 voci. Complete set of 5 manuscript partbooks for each work: canto, alto, tenore, basso, and organo (basso continuo). Ca. 1650-70

      5 volumes. Large quarto (ca. 285 x 223 mm). Contemporary carta rustica. All parts [18] pp. 1f. (ruled but without notation). Notated in black ink on paper with 10 rastrum-drawn staves per page. Partially uncut. Watermark at inner margins featuring flower on a four-leaved stem extending vertically from a hand. Each book contains the following pieces set to music: 2 Kyries, Glorias, and Credos, from two incomplete Mass Ordinaries; followed by the motets Omnes gentes, Properate mortales, Cantate Angeli, "Si quaeris miracula mors, Filii hominum, usquequo gravi corde?, and O mira o magna o nova o rara. Basso continuo part with customary figures, as well as textual and vocal cues. Manuscript note of attribution or ownership to upper wrapper of canto part: "Del S.r Carlo Steffano Brambilla." Executed in the hand of one principal scibe, each volume with texts of first page (Kyrie and the first part of the Gloria) in a second hand. Several staves of music and text in Omnes gentes and Properate mortales crossed out, "probably by a hand later than that of the original scribe," and which "seem to reflect post-compositional or performance decisions" (Robert L. Kendrick). Page 10 of organo (Properate mortales) with oblong strip of paper laid down over one line of text and music, with revised notation. Occasional small erasures, corrections, and notation extending into outer margins. Wrappers with minor dampstaining. Edges slightly worn, creased and cockled; occasional light foxing, scattered molding, and soiling, not affecting music; endpapers slightly trimmed along outer edges. "The Masses are both lacking the Sanctus and Agnus Dei. However, in mid-[seventeenth]-century Italy, these movements were normally set in a short (almost perfunctory) way, and the number of blank staves at the end of each Ordinary suggests that the scribe left room for brief settings to be added later (which did not happen)... The motets are on texts for typical feasts... Properate mortales is for Corpus Christi and possibly the Elevation of the Host at Mass; and the Si quaeris miraculat is a Responsory for the feast of St. Anthony of Padua (June 14)." Robert L. Kendrick. Together with: Anon. Salmi a 4 voci. Complete set of 5 partbooks for canto, alto, tenore, basso, and organo (basso continuo). Ca. 1650-70. 5 vols. Large quarto (ca. 285 x 223 mm). Contemporary carta rustica. Canto, alto, tenore, and basso [16] pp. (one page blank) each; organo 12 pp. Notated in black ink on paper with 10 rastrum-drawn staves per page. Partially uncut. Watermark at inner margins featuring flower on a four-leaved stem extending vertically from a hand. Each book contains the following pieces for the Divine Hour of Vespers set to music: the versicle Deus in adjutorium/Domine ad adiuvandum me (two different settings); the psalms Dixit Dominus (two different settings), Confitebor tibi Domine, Beatus vir, Laudate pueri (two different settings), Laudate Dominum, Laetatus sum in his quae dicta sunt mihi, Nisi Dominus; and the Magnificat canticle. Basso continuo part with customary figures, as well as textual and vocal cues. Occasional erasures, corrections, and notation extending into outer margins. Executed in the same hand of the principal scribe of the Messe e motetti à 4. voci described above. Wrappers with light to moderate dampstaining and occasional slight loss to spine; upper of basso part with numerous marks in black along outer edge; alto part partially detached; slight loss to upper corner of canto part slightly affecting music. Outer leaves of several parts slightly dampstained at inner margins not affecting legibility; occasional light bleeding, staining, and wear; final leaves trimmed at right edge. "These partbooks contain the five psalms of the so- called 'male cursus'... for Vespers of male saints and some other major feasts... plus two others need for the 'female cursus' for many of the Marian feasts and female saints. The final psalm of the latter, Lauda Jerusalem (Ps. 147), is lacking, but again here a significant amount of space seems to have been left for a setting of the text to be added later. This would have provided a complete five-Psalm group for many feasts in church's year... Stylistically, the music, with its homophonic declamatory verses/sections intermingled with more florid sections for small ensembles, seems typical of mid-Seicento concertato sacred music... " "The scoring also is actually a bit uncommon, if we think of the post- 1650 repertory, in which (at least in printed editions) psalm settings were for a changeable number of voices (from two to fives)." Kurzman and Schnoebelen, A Catalogue of Mass, Office and Holy Week Music... as well as the searchable database printed-sacred-music.org list only a few collections for four voices plus continuo. "This unvaried scoring again suggests use or origin for a given ensemble, probably without access to hiring outside singers (e.g. in a provincial cathedral or an urban church with limited resources)." Robert L. Kendrick. . All pieces apparently unpublished, perhaps unica. Not in RISM online. Undated, but Italian (Vigevano?) and from the second half of the 17th century. Watermark unlocated in any of the standard references. Carlo Steffano Brambilla (fl. 1650) may have been the composer of at least some of the masses, motets, and psalm settings in the present manuscripts. Only one other piece by him is known to exist: a Concerto à due voci, entitled "Fugiant nubila," which appears in Giovanni Battista Beria's Concerti musicali à due, tre e quattro voci, con una Messa à quattro concertata, et Introiti, Pange Lingua à quattro à capella. Opera terza. Milano: C Camagno vicino la Rosa, 1650. It is quite possible the Brambilla studied with Beria. As Robert L. Kendrick notes, "this was a typical practice for someone who was a student in order to have a composition published in his/her teacher's edition." Only two complete sets of the Beria partbooks are extant (Sibley Music Library at Eastman and Boston College). Ruth Watanabe: "Some Partbooks Printed by Italian Printers of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries," University of Rochester Library Bulletin Vol. XIII, no. 2 (Winter, 1958). RISM A/I/1 B 2028. Worldcat. A certain Carlo Stefano Brambilla, "Cancelliero, Ragionato, & Archivista" of Vigevano, also wrote a guidebook to the churches and history of his city, "La Chiesa di Vigevano," published in 1669, again in Milan, by "I fratelli Camagni vicino la Rosa" - presumably the same Camagni who issued Brambilla's "Fugiant nubila." "This Brambilla was a layperson (like the 'Sig.' of the partbooks), and his guidebook (p. 113) notes his own presence at a dedication in 1635; hence he was probably born no later than 1620. He also had some interest in music, as he noted polyphony on some nine occasions in his guidebook (e.g. p. 113), and recorded the cathedral singers (p. 80) as well." "Putting all this together, we might think of a possible scenario: there was only one person by this name, a non-professional composer in Vigevano, who studied with Beria in Mortara in the 1640s (the towns are approximately 13 km distant), and compiled his own settings for his cathedral thereafter. The translation of the body of St. Vitus to Vigevano in 1657 might lie behind one of the festal motets, and the Si quaeris miracula, normally associated with internal Franciscan devotion, might have been for the annual civic celebrations of the saint (c.f. La chiesa, p. 52). Vigevano had been devastated by the wars with France and Savoy in the 1640s and 1650s (ibid., p. 2), and the two collections present in this lot might have been intended to provide a basic liturgical repertory for the cathedral singers in the wake of destruction... It is also noteworthy that one of the [aforementioned] printed collections for four voices, Bagatti's Messa e salmi brevi, op. 2 (Milan, 1659) was dedicated to Attilio Pietrasanta, the newly installed bishop of Vigevano (in office 1659-1666), perhaps with the same intent. In terms of liturgy, Vigevano followed Roman rite from its founding in 1530, and so there are no traces of Ambrosian rite in these books, despite the city's proximity to Milan. In that case, the music might date from something like 1650-1670 and be related to Vigevano." Robert L. Kendrick. We would like to thank Professor Robert L. Kendrick of the University of Chicago for his kind assistance in the cataloguing of these items.

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        Danmarckis rigis krønicke. Tom I-II.

      København, Joachims Moltkens, 1650-55. Folio. Kobberstukket tittelbl. av H. A. Greys (18) + 554 + (4) + 555-676 + 676-841 + (6) + 114 + 55 + (1 blank), (11) + 842-960 + (6) + 961-1068 + 1067-1092 + (10) + 1093-1236 + 1236 + (1 blank) + (4) + 1237-1394 + (7) + 1395-1549 + 1551-1555 + (1 blank) + (6) + 114 + (54) + (328) s. Kobberstukket tittelbl. Kobbertukket portrett av Arild Huitfeld. Dobbelsidig kobberstukket plansje med portretter av 103 konger. Foldede stamtavler. Samt. helskinnbd. med 6 opphøyde bind. Tittelfelter i gult og grønt. Rik ryggdekor i gull. Skrift på portrettet verso. Noen få sider i vol. II. litt fuktskjoldet ved øvre marg

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        1650 VALERIUS MAXIMUS MEMORABLE DEEDS & SAYINGS FULL MOROCCO LEATHER ROMAN EMPIRE TIBERIUS PHILOSOPHY

      DICTORUM FACTORUMQUE MEMORABILIUM 1650; Valerius Maximus; Amsterdam, D. Elsevir, 18th Century Full Rebound Leather; Latin Text; 6, 328 Pages; w2.6"xh4.7"; Extremely Rare!!! Great For any Latin/Philosophy Fan or Collector.  Great Gift Idea; Collectible Small Size!!!ATTRIBUTES:A Gorgeous, sleek full small red morocco leather cover design with wood grain surface, gold borders, ornate gold floral binding, gold gilding to cover/inner cover edges, gold page edges, marble end pages, with a Great illustrated title page and a few nice woodcut headings/initials, and a great read!!!SUMMARY: Factorum ac dictorum memorabilium libri IX ("nine books of memorable deeds and sayings", also known as De factis dictisque memorabilibus or Facta et dicta memorabilia) by Valerius Maximus (c. 20 BCE ?" c. CE 50) was written around CE 30 or 31. It is a collection of approximately a thousand short stories that Valerius wrote during the reign of Tiberius (42 BCE ?" CE 37). The stories are a variety of anecdotes illustrating how the ancient Romans lived. While the majority of the stories are of Roman life, he does have some foreign stories at the end of some chapters. Most of these are of Greek life and most of those are about Greek philosophers or famous kings.Several of the stories relate to moral subjects that parallel those in the Old Testament and New Testament. Valerius refers to his moral stories as "examples" that were to be used as moral guidance. Valerius' work on the preservation of moral values of the Roman Republic of the past was widely popular through the Age of Enlightenment, a literary life-span of some 1,700 years. People read Valerius' work for practical guidance in their everyday tasks for living a moral life. This work was especially used as a reference by writers and professional orators. BACKGROUND: Valerius Maximus was a Latin writer and author of a collection of historical anecdotes. He worked during the reign of Tiberius (14 AD to 37 AD).The style of Valerius's writings seems to indicate that he was a professional rhetorician. In his preface he intimates that his work is intended as a commonplace book of historical anecdotes for use in the schools of rhetoric, where the pupils were trained in the art of embellishing speeches by references to history. According to the manuscripts, its title is Factorum ac dictorum memorabilium libri IX (shorter title Facta et dicta memorabilia), "Nine Books of Memorable Deeds and Sayings." The stories are loosely and irregularly arranged, each book being divided into sections, and each section bearing as its title the topic, most commonly some virtue or vice, or some merit or demerit, which the stories in the section are intended to illustrate.Most of the tales are from Roman history, but each section has an appendix consisting of extracts from the annals of other peoples, principally the Greeks. The exposition exhibits strongly the two currents of feeling which are intermingled by almost every Roman writer of the Empire?"the feeling that the Romans of the writer's own day are degenerate creatures when confronted with their own republican predecessors, and the feeling that, however degenerate, the latter-day Romans still tower above the other peoples of the world, and in particular are morally superior to the Greeks CONDITION:Condition is Very Good.  Small wear to edges, boards darker/soiled in person/flash, old bookplate Edward Shipperdson, boards have slight bend inwards, small signature to top and bottom of title page, hinges/pages/text block are very good for 365 years old!!!

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        Das lang bestrittene Königreich CANDIA, Merian Matthäus, 1670

      Merian Matthäus, 1593-1650 - Das lang bestrittene Königreich CANDIA. Merian Matthäus, anno 1670 Das lang bestrittene Königreich Candia. Von anno 1645 biß 1669. Frankfurt, Fievet, 1670. Fol., 33x21 cm. VI, 87 S. Mit gestoch. Druckermarke, 5 gestoch. Portrs., 2 gefalt. Kupferstichkarten und 5 (2 doppelblattgr.) Kupfertafeln. Pgt. d. Zt. (Bezug mit kleinen Fehlstellen, beschabt, bestoßen und fleckig). Erste Ausgabe. – Lipperheide Lb 20. – Nicht im STC. – Mit gefalteter, von 2 Platten gedruckter Karte von Kreta (Zacharakis 1506a), einer Darstellung der Seeschlacht von Rhodos, Ansichten von Suda, Standia und Garabuse und Spina Longa sowie Plänen der Festungen Sabionara, Candia und St. Andreae und Porträts u. a. der Sultanin Zaffira und ihres Sohnes Osman. – Ein Porträt oben knapp beschnitten (minimaler Bildverlust), Text gebräunt, mit kleiner Wurmspur am Falz. – Titel mit 1671 datiertem Besitzeintrag des Theologen und Sprachforschers Johann Samuel Adami (1638-1731), der sich in seinen Schriften Misander nannte; später im Besitz des Schweizer Orientalisten Rudolf Tschudi (1884-1960), mit dessen Namenseintrag auf dem Vorsatz. – Scarce first edition. – A chronicle of the struggle of Crete against the Turks between 1645 and 1669 when the last town, Candia (today: Heraclion) had to surrender. The plates show plans of Crete, Candia and other fortified places, a sea battle, and portraits of Count Christoph of Königsmarck, the dedicatee, of the sultana Zaffira and her son Osman, the victorous vizir Achmet, and others. – Ownership entry dated 1671 of Johann Samuel Adami, also known as Misander (1638-1731), and by the Swiss orientalist Rudolf Tschudi (1884-1960). Text somewhat browned, one portrait shaved. – Contemporary vellum (cover material with small defects, scratched, scuffed and soiled). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        GLAMORGANENSIS COMITATUS VULGO GLAMORGAN SHIRE.

      Engraved partly elevated map of Glamorgan (southeast Wales). With four decorative cartouches one of which with the coat of arms of Glamorgan. 39x51 cm. Illustrated with three sailing ships at sea. No date or printing place. [Amsterdam c. 1650]. Edge reinf.. 15060418

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        Topographia,Bohemiae,Moraviae,Silesiae, anno 1650, Merian M.

      Merian Matthäus, 1593-1650 - Merian Matthäus, Topographia Bohemiae, Moraviae et Silesiae dass ist, Beschreibung und eigentliche Abbildung der Vornehmsten und bekandtisten Stätte, und Plätze, in dem Königreich Bohmei . Mähren und Schlesien. Mit 3 Kupferstichkarten und 34 gest. Ansichten auf 33 meist gefalt. Tafeln. Frankfurt. M. Merian 1650. Ldr. d. Zt. mit goldgepr. Besitzvermerk und Jahreszahl "1691". Wüthrich 51. - Nebehay/Wagner 406. - Erste Ausgabe. - Mit 2 großen Panoramen von Prag, des Ansichten und Plänen von Breslau, Brünn, Eger, Glogau, Karlsbad, Lignitz, Pillnitz, Olmütz u. a. - Gering fleckig, eine Ansicht von Prag mit kl. hinterlegt. Einriß. Metallschießen defekt, Rücken alt ergänzt, spätere Vorsätze. - Insges. sauberes Exemplar und mit guten Abdrucken, vollständig erhalten, total: 192 + XVII S. 34x21 cm. Register der dargestellten Orte: 1. Bohemia, Karte, 2. Brandeis an der Elbe (mit Altbunzlau), 3. Karlsbad, 4. Chlumnitz, 5. Kolin, 6. Komutau, 7. Tschaslau, 8. Eger, 9. Glatz, 10. Königgrätz, 11. Laun, 12. Leitmeritz, 13. Pilsen, 14. Polna, 15. Prag (Grundriss), 16. Prag/Ansicht, von Wenzel Hollar gestochen, 17, Prag kleinere Ansicht, 18. Schlackenwerth, 19. Schlan, 20. Tabor, 21. Mähren (Karte), 22. Brünn, 23. Iglau, 24. Mährisch-Neustadt, 25. Olmütz, 26. Znaim, 27. Schlesien (Karte), 28. Breslau, Plan, 29. Breslau Ansicht, 30. Glogau, 31. Liegnitz, 32. Neisse, 33. Oels, 34. Oppeln, 35. Schweidnitz, Plan, 36. Schweidnitz Ansicht, 37. Teschen. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        5 - Bonn. - Rhenus flu, Blick von Süden, links Bonn, mittig der Rhein.

      . Kupferstich v. Wenzel Hollar ( ohne Hollars Namen ), um 1650, 4,5 x 16,3. Parthey, Nr. 767. Aus einer Folge von 12 Deutschen Ansichten, die rechts unten nummeriert sind. - Sehr selten.

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        16 - Drachenfelß, Blick von Süden, links im Hintergrund Bonn.

      . Kupferstich v. Wenzel Hollar ( ohne Hollars Namen ), um 1650, 5,5 x 9,2. Parthey, Nr. 695 - 718. Aus einer Folge von 24 Ansichten einschließlich des Titels, die links unten nummeriert sind. Hier die Nummer Parthey Nr. 710. - Sehr selten.

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        zu Bonn. - Rhenus Blick vom linken Rheinufer zum Siebengebirge.

      . Kupferstich v. Wenzel Hollar ( ohne Hollars Namen ) b. John Ouerton, um 1650, 7,7 x 12,4. Parthey, Nr. 737. Anmerkung: "spätere Drucke haben die Unterschrift Sould by John Ouerton .."

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        1650 SIR WALTER RALEIGH 1ST EDITION WAR SHIPPING NAVY VOYAGE GUYANA MILITARY SEA

      JUDICIOUS AND SELECT ESSAYS1650; Walter Raleigh; First Edition; London, T.W. for Humphrey Mosele; Full Rebound Leather; 8, 42, About 50, 46, 68 Pages +8 of Ads; w3.7"xh5.9"; Extremely Rare!!!Great For any Fan of the Famous Author or Collector.  Great Gift Idea; Won't Find This Around; Only one for Sale Anywhere!!!ATTRIBUTES:A Lovely, sleek full leather cover design with stamped borders, small stamped flower to each corner, marble page edges, with lovely frontispiece and title page, with a few pretty woodcut headings/initials, separate title pages to each selection, and a Fascinating read by the Famous Renaissance Man; From a Sotheby's Sale!!!Contents Included: JUDICIOUS AND SELECT ESSAYES AND OBSERVATIONS UPON THE FIRST INVENTION OF SHIPPING (ANCHORS, COMPASSE.  THE FIRST NATURAL WAR, SEVERAL USE, DEFECTS, AND SUPPLIES OF SHIPPING, STRENGTH AND DEFECTS OF THE SEA FORCES OF ENGLAND, FRANCE, SPAIN, VENICE, FIVE MANISFESTS CAUSES OF THE SUDDEN APPEARING OF THE HOLLANDERS), THE MISERY/MYSTERY OF INVASIVE WARRE (DISCOURSE OF THE ORIGINAL AND FUNDAMENTAL CAUSE OF NATURAL, CUSTOMARY, ARBITRARY, VOLUNTARY, AND NECESSARY WAR).THE NAVY ROYALL AND SEA-SERVICE (EXCELLENT OBSERVATIONS AND NOTES CONCERNING THE ROYAL NAVY AND SEA SERVICE). WITH HIS APOLOGIE FOR HIS VOYAGE TO GUIANA.BACKGROUND: Sir Walter Raleigh (circa 1554 ?" 29 October 1618) was an English landed gentleman, writer, poet, soldier, politician, courtier, spy, and explorer. He was cousin to Sir Richard Grenville and younger half-brother of Sir Humphrey Gilbert. He is also well known for popularizing tobacco in England.In 1584, Queen Elizabeth granted Raleigh a royal charter, authorizing him to explore, colonize, and rule any "remote, heathen and barbarous lands, countries, and territories, not actually possessed of any Christian Prince, nor inhabited by Christian People," in return for one-fifth of all the gold and silver that might be mined there. This charter specified that Raleigh had seven years in which to establish a settlement, or else lose his right to do so. Raleigh and Elizabeth intended that the venture should provide riches from the New World and a base from which to send privateers on raids against the treasure fleets of Spain. Raleigh himself never visited North America, although he led expeditions in 1595 and 1617 to the Orinoco River basin in South America in search of the golden city of El Dorado. Instead, he sent others to found the Roanoke Colony, later known as the "Lost Colony".The Discovery of Guiana is a book by Sir Walter Raleigh, who wrote this account one year after his 1595 journey to "Guiana", the Venezuelan region of Guayana. He also visited Trinidad. The book includes some material of a factual nature, but postulates the existence of a gold-rich civilisation on the basis of little evidence. CONDITION:Condition is Good+/Very Good.  Small wear to edges/boards, small name sticker Anthony Fair, Sotheby's ticket loosely inserted, small "w" on side of frontispiece and title page, frontispiece was trimmed on side or bound that way, pg 7 missing a little to side margin/no text affected, was some old glue to inner back hinge, last few ad pages sit/open a little off; rest of pages/hinges/text block are very good for 365 years old!!!

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        Li Giardini Di Roma Disegnate Da Giovanni Battista Falda. Nuovamente Dati Alle Stampe Con Direttione De Giov. Giacomo De Sandrart in Norimberga

      Giacomo De Sandrat, Italy 1650 - no date given; circa 1635-1650.hand-tied in marbled boards, front cover detached, inside still tightly bound; some fading & rubbing of covers, but inside the pages are bright and with only perceptible foxing to the margins.contents with plate numbers are on the first engraving and each engraving is numbered. Set is complete. Size: Folio; 3 Pounds [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Insulae Canariae, olim Fortunatae Dictae

      Janssonius J 1650 - "Insulae Canariae, olim Fortunatae Dictae". Altkol. Kupf.-Kte. von J. Janssonius, um 1650. Ostorientierte Seekarte mit zwei ausgem. fig. Kart., Windrose u. Segelschiffsstaffage. 42,5:53 cm. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Pascaarte van`t Oostelyckste deel vande Middelandsche Zee - Tabula hydrographica de partibus Orientalioribus Maris Mediterranei

      Janssonius J 1650 - "Pascaarte van`t Oostelyckste deel vande Middelandsche Zee - Tabula hydrographica de partibus Orientalioribus Maris Mediterranei". Seekarte. Kupf. mit altem Grenzkolorit bei J. Janssonius, 1650. Mit 2 ausgem. fig. u. ornament. Kart u. 2 Schriftkasten mit den Namen der Inseln. 42:54,5 cm. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Verdadera Imagen Que Representa El Transito Del Gloriosos Sn. . antiqua Capilla de la Ciudad de Santiago .'.

      - Kupferstich v. J. Coromina n. V. Velazquez, um 1650, 29,5 x 17 Das Blatt ist fälschlich als Jakobus aus Santiago de Compostela bezeichnet. - Es stellt aber Rochus von Montpellier (* um 1295 in Montpellier - 16. August 1327 ebenda) dar, ein Heiliger der katholischen Kirche, der der Legende nach auf der Pilgerfahrt nach Rom vielen Pestkranken half. - Als Rochus auf seiner Rückreise in Piacenza 1322 selbst mit der Pest infiziert wurde, wurde er von niemandem gepflegt. - Er empfahl sich Gott und ging in eine einsame Holzhütte im Wald. - Dort wurde er der Legende nach von einem Engel gepflegt, und der Hund eines Junkers brachte ihm solange Brot, bis er wieder genesen war und er nach Piacenza zurückgehen konnte, wo er weiterhin heilte, bis er dort die Pest besiegt hatte. - Als er wieder in seine Heimatstadt kam, erkannte ihn aufgrund seiner Verunstaltungen durch seine Pesterkrankung niemand, und er wurde unter dem Verdacht der Spionage ins Gefängnis geworfen. - Rochus dankte Gott für diese Prüfung und brachte geduldig fünf Jahre im Gefängnis zu, bis er starb. - Nach seinem Tod erkannte man ihn anhand eines kreuzförmigen Mals, das er seit seiner Geburt auf der Brust hatte. - Die Darstellung zeigt Rochus mit dem Hund im Kerker in Pilgertracht mit Jakobusmuscheln und Pilgerstab. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Kst.- Karte, b. Janssonius, "Insvla Zeilan, olim Taprobana nunc incolis Tenarisim ".

      . mit altem Grenzkolorit,, um 1650, 41 x 51. Krogt, Vol. I, Nr. 8380: 1 B. - Oben links die altkol. Titelkartusche, unten rechts weitere Kartusche mit Meilanzeiger. Ostorientierte Karte - Ohne Rückseitentext.

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        Les choses memorables de Socrate avec la vie de Socrate EDITION ORIGINALE

      à Paris: chez Augustin Courbe, 1650. Fine. chez Augustin Courbe, à Paris 1650, Pet. in-8 (11,3x17,3cm), (20) 222pp. (12) ; (8) 396pp. (18), relié. - first edition, rare, illustrated with a frontispiece, a thumbnail of title, and a portrait in mind. Binding Flexible full vellum time. Smooth back with respect to the posterior pen (dimmed) /. Crashed tail cap. First leaves with low folded right corner. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, rare, illustrée d'un frontispice, une vignette de titre, et un portrait en tête. La seconde partie est séparée de la première par un faux-titre. Traduction par François Charpentier, lequel composa également la vie de Socrate. Reliure en plein velin souple d'époque. Dos lisse avec titre à la plume postérieure (estompé). Coiffe accidentée en queue. Premiers feuillets avec le coin droit bas replié. Quelques cahiers légèrement ressortis. Deux parties composent cet ouvrage, le premiere est une biographie de Socrate, sorte de compilation basée sur tout ce que les auteurs de l'Antiquité ont écrit sur le philosophe, et mis en ordre ; la seconde est constituée par l'écrit de Xénophon : Les choses memorables de Socrate, soit Les mémorables, long ouvrage de souvenirs sur Socrate rempli de dialogues socratiques auxquels assista Xenophon lui-même. On pense que l'auteur rédigea le livre vers la fin de sa vie, celui-ci contient en tous les cas une charge plus nettement morale que les dialogues socratiques de Platon.

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        Zodiaco della Chiesa milanese [cioè le vite de' suoi dodici primi pastori, distinto in tre parti. Con l'aggiunta delle attioni de' santi Simpliciano Cattani, et Senatore Settali, arcivescovi pure di essa..].

      Giovanni Battista e Giulio Cesare fratelli Malatesta 1650 In - 4° (cm. 21,8), legatura antica rimontata in p. pergamena floscia con titolo ms. al dorso, titolo ms. al taglio inferiore; pp. [40] 411 [11] 112, 36, 123 [5] in ottimo stato, fresche, con frontespizi inquadrati in cornice per ciascuna parte, oltre a 1 antiporta, 1 ritratto dell'autore, 1 ritratto di Sant'Ambrogio, 1 ritratto di San Simpliciano, tutti incisi in rame n.t., molti deliziosi fregi in silografia; gora all'ultima carta con piccolo strappo senza perdita di alcunché, lieve rifilatura con poco fastidio alla sola antiporta. La 1^ sezione divisa in tre parti contiene le vite dei primi dodici arcivescovi, la 2^ sezione contiene la vita di San Simpliciano, la 3^ la vita di Senatore Settala, la 4^ le memorie dello Stato di Milano. Edizione originale di «opera importante per la storia ecclesiastica, ed anche civile, dello Stato di Milano. Le singole parti sono per lo più citate separatamente dai bibliografi: ciò si deve non tanto all?autonomia di stampa e di contenuto che dà a ciascuna una propria individualità, quanto alla rarità dell'opera» [Piantanida 4663]. Cfr. Predari 256 e 176; Hoepli 847; Lozzi 2680. Esemplare molto buono.

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        Carte De Carcanossi, Vallée D'Amboule, Et Partie Du Pays Des Machicores En l'Isle De Madagascar - Desseignée par le Sr. de Flacourt.':.

      - Kupferstich v. Etienne de Flacourt, 1650, 30,5 x 27,5 Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. E - J, S. 76. - Zeigt die südost Seite der Insel Madagaskar. - Die Karte mit Titelkopfleiste. - Unten rechts Kompaß und Segelschiff. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Catalonia - Dediée A.Mr. Monsieur de Langres Ingenieur du Roy: A Paris Chez Pierre Mariette en la Rue St. Iacques à Enseigne de l'Esperance.':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich b. Pierre Mariette in Paris, 1650, 37 x 46,5 Compare Cartografia de Catalunya dels segles XVII i XVIII, S. 34-56 (Cartografia de Catalunya knows only a state from van Lochom); only copy in Bibliothèque nationale de France, département Cartes et plans, CPL GE DD-2987 (1786). - Zeigt Katalonien. - Unten rechts Titelkartusche mit Wappen vom Fürstentum Katalonien. - Unten links Dedikation an Mr. de Langres. - Sehr seltene Karte. - Very rare map! (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        De quatuor linguis commentationis, pars prior; quae, de lingua hebraica: et, de lingua saxonica.

      - London, J. Fletscher, 1650. 12mo (8),+ 418,+ (2),+ 72,+ (12) pp. Title printed in red and black. Contemporary full calf, spine with raised bands, marbled edges. Slight crack in upper front hinge and foot of spine. Old ink annotation on front fly-leaf. From the library of Ericsberg, with its book plate. ESTC R10985. All published. The second part, with Greek and Latin, was never issued. The second pagination contains William Somner's annotated version of Lipsius' glossary. One leaf with a chart of the Saxon alphabet. First edition. Méric Casaubon (1599-1671), the son of the famous classical scholar Isaac Casaubon, followed in his fathers footstep. Educated in England and in favour of James I he settled in Canterbury. During the Civil War he had an offer from queen Christina of Sweden to be inspector of the Swedish universities, but he declined. Beside his classical studies he had an interest in the study of Anglo-Saxon, which he shared with his friends William Somner and Edward Stillingfleet. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        L' APPARAT FRANCOIS, AVEC LE LATIN RECUEILLI DU SEUL CICERON

      Editeur - TOLOSE, 1650 - 1650Edition originale - Ensemble un supplément des mots nécessaires qui ne se trouvent pas dans ses ?"uvres, tirés des meilleurs auteurs de la langue latine. Le tout enrichi d'un recueil des royaumes, provinces, villes, rivières, iles, montagnes & autres lieux de tout le monde, exprimez par le nom ancien & moderne. Par le R.P. Pierre Delbrun de la Compagnie de Jésus - Texte sur deux colonnes, Lettres ornées, bandeaux, culs de lampe et marque d'imprimeur gravés sur bois, frontispice gravé au burin par J. Seguenot - Reliure parchemin d'époque, frottement épidermée, dos en grande partie absent, travaux de vers, n'empêchant pas la lecture - Ouvrage en deux parties (la deuxième partie est un supplément à la première), suivi du recueil des royaumes et.... (24), 1115,(6), 124,(8),103 pages, 24 cm, broché

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        Kupferstich

      - A Paris chez Edelinck Rue S Lacques au Seraphin, (ca. 1650). (45 cm x 35 cm). (am Rand gering fleckig/an der oberen Kante ist der Abdruck etwas schwächer.) Sonst sehr schön. Ein-Druck-Platte. Siehe Bild [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Via Recta Ad Vitam Longam. Or, A Treatise wherein the right way and best manner of living for attaining to a long and heathfull life...Whereunto is added...A very necessary, and compendious Treatise of the famous Baths of Bathe. With A Censure f the Medicinall faculties of the Water of St. Vincents-Rocks neer the City of Bristoll. As Also An accurate Treatise concerning Tobacco

      London: James Flesher, 1650. Early Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Good Condition. Contemporary blind ruled calf, well worn, inner joints cracked but binding sound if a touch loose. Endpapers rumpled, title browned, mild browning and foxing and scattered marginal notes in an early hand, a few old paper repairs in the outer margin. (12), 417, (1)pp with a number of mispaginations, but complete. A nice collection of both the popular Vita Recta along with his Treatise on the baths of Bath and his Accurate Treatise Concerning Tobacco. Includes a very great deal of information on nutrition "eares are of hard digestion, and of very little nourishment", "Marrow is much more laudable than the braine", don't eat ducks, is it better to eat salted or unsalted food? Bitting 476 (1638 ed.), Cagle 1042 Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Medicine & Health; Cooking, Wine & Dining. Inventory No: 045550.

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        Kattenis Rættergang med Hundene. Huor vdi foregifuis icke alleniste adskillig Kortvillighed, anlangende deris Action oc Rættergang: Men alt saadant end ocsaa henført til alffuorligheds Brug (..) ved H.H. Skonning Induoner udi Aarhuss.

      Hans Hanssøn Skonning, Aarhus 1650. 4to. 332 blade (upagineret). Hver side med bred træskåret røskenramme. Samtidigt pergamentbind. Inskriptioner fra 1650 til 1924 på indersiden af begge permer. Første ejers (1650) navnetræk på titelbladet. Exlibris (Sigurd & Gudrun Wandel) på sidste blanke blad. Indvendige false svage.. Bibl. Dan. IV,246. Thesaurus 644. Danske Provinstryk 1482-1830 Ar 78. Velbevaret eksemplar af Aarhus-bogtrykkeren Hans Hansen Skonnings mest originale værk; som alt andet i hans produktion fremstillet på hans eget trykkeri og sandsynligvis på papir af egen fabrikation fra hans papirmølle syd for Aarhus. Eksemplaret udmærker sig ved, at samtlige ejere fra 1650 til 1923 har sat en inskription. De nyeste dokumenterede ejere omfatter Herman Lynge og Sigurd Wandel. Den første ejer anfører på indersiden af bagpermen, at han den 9. juli 1650 har købt bogen af Hans Hanssen Skaaning i Aarhus til en fordelagtig pris, under hvad bogen ellers plejer at koste. ** Den foretagsomme Aarhusbogtrykker er sandsynligvis selv forfatter til hele dette lange episke digt, det første originale danske (ti år før udgivelsen af Anders Arrebos skabelsesdigt), der er formet som en yderst selvstændig pastiche over Rævebogen. Dyreallegorien er tænkt som en kritik af samtidens sæder og laster, men er i al sin subtile handling sandsynligvis en satire over forholdene i embedsbogerskabet i Aarhus - hvor sandhed og retfærdighed har ringe kår, mens lasten fejrer triumfer. Efter al sandsynlighed er værket forfattet i had mod biskop Morten Madsen, der 1641 satte Skonning fra bestillingen som klokker ved domkirken i Aarhus. Med i billedet er også en skandaløs retssag mod biskoppens frue og hendes svigersøn, hvor det omtalte par blev beskyldt for utugt i bispegårdens have, som kunne følges fra glamhullet i domkirketårnet. Her kom Skonning ind i billedet som et muligvis noget malpropert vidne. Sagen gik bispefamilien imod, og Skonning kunne i 1649 genindtræde som klokker. Fornøjelsen blev kort, for i 1651 styrtede Skonning ud fra det omtalte glamhul, hvad hans bysbørn nok kunne se som Himlens straf for både det ene og det andet

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        Danmarckis Rigis Krønicke. Bind 1-10. København 1596-1604. 1800-talls helskinnbind med fire opphøyde bind. Rik ryggdekor i gull. Ex libris på forsats. Tittelblad og de 3 første blad (fortalen) i bind 1 fagmessig forsterket i ytre og nedre marg.

      Komplett sett av den sjeldne førsteutgaven av Arild Huitfeldts Danmarkshistorie. Ny utgave i folio ble utgitt i 2 bind 1650-52. Bibl. Dan. III, 12

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        De jure belli ac pacis libri tres, in quibus jus naturae & gentium, item juris publici praecipua explicantur. Editio nova cum annotatis auctoris, ex postremo ejus ante obitum cura multo nunc auctior. Accesserunt & annotata in epistolam Pauli ad Philemonem.

      - Amsterdam, Joannem Blaeu, 1650. 8vo. (24),+ 618,+ (45) pp. Title printed in red and black. Spotting and with a lot of stain. Lots of marginal ink annotations and underlinings. Worn contemporary vellum, partly loose in front inner hinge. Old but partly with ink erased owner?s signature dated Leiden 1659 on title, and with the signature J. W. Gendes (?). Ter Meulen 574. This is to a large extent a new edition of Grotius? magnus opus, first published in 1625. The last 7 pages contains Grotius? comments on the letter of Paulus. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Les oeuvres spirituelles divisées en quatre parties : savoir la Guide, le livre de l'Oraison, le Mémorial, les additions avec la Lette de S. Eucher

      1650. relié. DeCollection. A Paris chez Iean Iost (Jean Jost), 1650. Fort volume in folio, reliure postérieure en veau, dos à nerfs à filets dorés et pièce de titre, partie 1 : 7 f., 499 p. - part. 2 : 555 p., 6 f. Troisième édition enrichie des passages de la Sainte Écriture & des Pères avec des tables pour les Prédicateurs. Quelques défauts à la reliure : manques sur le dos et sur les coins, mors supérieur partiellement ouvert. Auréoles en bordures sur tout le volume, quelques rares feuillets oxydés, rousseurs éparses. Louis de Grenade (Grenade, 1504 - Lisbonne, 1588) était un dominicain espagnol, écrivain et prédicateur catholique. Il grandit dans l'Alhambra de Grenade, où vivaient les Mendoza, et étudie les lettres. À dix-neuf ans, il est admis au couvent dominicain de Santa Cruz La Real, à Grenade. Il prononce ses vœux en 1525, et prend le nom de religion de frère Luis de Grenade ; il se fait très vite remarquer par ses talents de prédicateur, et reçoit une formation théologique poussée : après ses études à Grenade, il est envoyé en 1529 au couvent de San Gregorio, à Valladolid. Il y fait la connaissance du frère Melchior Cano, avec lequel il aura plus tard maille à partir, mais également de l'archevêque Carranza, qui fut l'un des premiers à mettre en œuvre la Contre-Réforme en Espagne.

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        Mar del Zvr Hispanis Mare Pacificum

      Amsterdam Janssonius Johannes 1650 - Pazifik. "Mar del Zur Hispanis Mare Pacificum". Orig. copper-engraving. Published in Amsterdam by J. Janssonius, 1650. Orig. old colouring. With figure title-cartouche, ornamental cartouche with 4 cherubs and the scale of map ("Milliaria Germanica Communia") and a wind-rose in the centre of the map. 44:54,5 cm.

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        Obeliscus Pamphilius, Hoc Est, Interpretatio Nova et hucusque intentata Obelisci Hieroglyphici Quem non ita pridem ex Veteri Hippodromo Antonini Caracalae Caesaris, in Agonale Forum transtulit, integritati restituit, et in Urbis Aeternae ornamentum erexit Innocentius X. Pont. Max. -

      Rom: Ludovici Grignani 1650,. 1 Bl., gestochener Titel, Frontispiz, 31 Bll., 560 (recte: 558) Seiten, 15 Bll., Pgtbd. der Zeit, auf den Falz gezogene Pergamentriemchen, 33 x 22 cm. Mit illustriertem gestochenen Titel, gestochenem Porträt-Frontispiz, fünf ganzseitigen Textkupfern und zahlreichen Textholzschnitten. - Beschreibt die phantasievoll-phantastischen Deutungsversuche Kirchners zu den Hieroglyphen-Inschriften des Obelisken auf der Piazza Navona in Rom. - Der Band stammt aus der Bibliothek des Wiener Musikwissenschaftlers Othmar Wessely (1922-1998) und trägt deren Stempel auf dem Vortitel und ein gedrucktes Bibliotheksschildchen auf dem vorderen Spiegel. - Ohne die Falttafeln mit der Gesamtdarstellung des Obelisken. - Der Einband berieben, bestoßen und fleckig, der vordere Deckel gering verzogen; innen durchgehend gering randfleckig, das letzte Blatt (Kolophon) fast vollständig gelöst und angerändert. Sonst und insgesamt gutes Exemplar auf gutem Papier und mit Kupfern in kräftigen Abzügen..

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        NÜRNBERG. "Perspectivische Fürstellung des Rahthauses in des H. Röm. Reichs Statt Nürnberg, samt einer Kron-Braut wie solche nach altem herkommen von dem Wohladelichen Geschlecht daselbst in ihrem Schmuck zur öffenlichen Trauung geführte wird".

      - Kupferstich von Paulus Fürst, um 1650, 33 x 42,5 cm. Lentner 15885: "Hochinteressantes, sehr seltenes Blatt". - Ansicht des Rathauses mit einem figurenreichen Brautzug im Vordergrund. Die Teilnehmer gehören den verschiedensten Ständen an und von daher "sind die Kostüme von recht interessanter Buntheit" (Lentner). - Unter der Titelei gestochene Erklärungen 1 - 20 und A - G. Mit schmalem Rändchen. Kräftiger Druck.

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        TERRITORIUM FRANCOFURTENSE. (Das Frankfurter Territorium),

      Amsterdam, Johann Janßonius, um 1650. - Altkolorierte Kupferstichkarte 46,5 x 58,5 cm, südorientiert, mit zwei Kartuschen und einem großen Wappen (Frankfurter Stadtwappen). Zeigt außer Frankfurt auch das Gebiet der näheren Umgebung bis Hanau, Egelsbach, Zeilsheim, Kronberg, Bad Vilbel. Im äußeren Rand, außerhalb der Platte leicht gebräunt bzw. angeschmutzt. Sehr gutes Exemplar. Besonders breitrandig und somit außergewöhnlich großes Blatt ! Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 550

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        Benediktiner-Abtei Kloster St. Johannes der Täufer auf dem Berge ('Monasterium Evangelicu Divi Johannis Baptistae in Monte ad Albin propè Magdeburgum').

      - anonymer Kupferstich, um 1650, 15 x 18,5 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        HAMBURG. "Nobilis Fluvius Albis". Elbekarte von Stade bis zur Mündung beim Amt Ritzebüttel mit Gesamtansicht von Hamburg.

      - Altkol. Kupferstich von Janssonius, um 1650, 37 x 52,5 cm. Zwei Karten übereinander auf einem Blatt: die obere Karte zeigt die Elbe von Marschacht bis Stade mit Winsen und Buxtehude, in der Mitte Hamburg; die untere Karte zeigt den Elblauf von Elmshorn und Glückstadt bis zur Mündung in die Nordsee. Mit schöner altkolorierter Gesamtansicht von Hamburg rechts unten.

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        Lacvs Lemanni locorvmque circvmiacentivm accvuratissima descriptio.. Altkol. Kupferstichkarte nach Jacob. Goulart bei W. und J. Blaeu in Amsterdam.

      Amsterdam, ca. 1650. 59 x 70 cm, unter Passepartout, gerahmt u. blattvergoldet., 41 x 52 cm, Falzspur min. gebräunt, minimalst fleckig. Preis in CHF: 900. Dekorative Karte des Genfer Sees und Umgebung (Genf, Nyon, Morges, Lausanne, Vevay bis zur Rhonemündung). Mit Widmungskartusche "wohlwollend dem geneigten Leser" einer Titelkartusche mit Angaben des Autors und dem Genfer Wappenschild und einer Meilenkartusche die die unterschiedlichen Längen der deutschen, savoyardischen und französische Meilen angibt.

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        VIA RECTA AD VITAM LONGAM Or, A treatise wherein the right way and best manner of living for attaining to a long and healthfull life, is clearly demonstrated and punctually applied to every age and constitution of body Much more enlarged than the former impressions By Tho Venner Doctor of Physick in Bathe Whereunto is annexed by the same Authour, a very necessary, and compendious treatise of the famous Baths of Bathe With a censure of the medicinall faculties of the water of St Vincents-Rocks neer the city of Bristoll As also an accurate treatise concerning Tobacco All which are likewise amplified since the former impressions

      Printed by James Flesher, for Henry Hood, and are to be sold at his shop in Saint Dunstans Church-yard in Fleetstreet. 1650. Third, enlarged edition. Small 4to. (7.5 x 5.9 inches). Pagination erratic but the book is complete; [12], 55, 58-226, 237-331, 342-382, 391-417, [1] pp. Previous owner's name (and date of 1800) written a few times on the blank endpapers and on one of the prelim leaves, below the text. Area of staining to the top corners of pages affecting about a quarter of the text pages but overall this is a fairly clean and readable copy with good margins. Bound in late 18th century full dark brown calf with double blind ruled borders on the boards. Spine with double blind ruled bands. Red title label ruled and lettered in gilt. Wing (V195) states that this 1650 printing is the Third Edition but the book itself makes no mention of this.

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        Dialoghi di d. Antonio Agostini archivescovo di Tarracona intorno alle medaglie inscrittioni et altre antichita tradotti di lingva spagnola in Italiana da dionigi Ottaviano Sada e dal medesimo accresciuti con diverse annotationi, & illustrati con disegno dimolte madaglie, et di altre figure.

      - Rome, Filippo de Rossi, 1650. Folio. (20),+ 318,+ (38) pp. Richly illustrated with wood cuts. The title within decorative wood cut frame. Stain in the beginning, some leafs with marginal tears, spotting, ink spots on p. 11, 33 and marginal notes in ink on p. 55, 153. Somewhat worn contemporary full vellum, spine with three raised bands and with handwritten title in ink. Front fly-leaf filled with ink notes by different hands. Dekesel A12. Cicognara 2726. Later edition of the Italian translation by Ottaviano Sada. The Spanish original was published in 1587 and Sada?s translation was first published in 1592. The wood cut title from 1592 is re-used in the present edition. Antonio Agustín (1517-86) was a Spanich scholar of Roman law and antiquities, active in Florence and Venice. He died as archbishop of Tarragona. Both as an editor of legal and other texts and as a collector of antiquities he had a sceptical approach to the problems of authenticity. This posthumously published work on numismatics was for a long time the most readable introduction to the coinage of classical antiquity, and covering not only Roman but also provincial local coinage. The wood cut illustrations depicts not only coins but also the triumphal archs of Rome.

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        Du guter alter Mann. das Grab ist hier schon offen .'.

      - Kupferstich v. Melchior Küssel, um 1650, 21,5 x 22 Thieme-Becker, Künstler-Lexikon, Bd. XXII, S. 73 f. (Melchior I Küsel . * 17.8.1626; + um 1683. Kupferstecher; Schüler von Matthäus Merian d. Ält. in Frankfurt am Main; heiratete 1649 dessen Tochter. .'). (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Dell'arte di misurare libri due, nel primo de' quali s'insegna à misurare et partir' i campi. Nel secondo a' misurar le muraglie, imbottar grani, vini, fieni, et strami; col livellar dell'acque et altre cose necessarie à gli agrimensori.

      appresso Policreto Turlini [ca. 1650]. 2 volumi in 1 in - 4° (cm. 18,8), legatura coeva in p. pergamena con titolo ms. al dorso (restaurata); pp. [2] 54 [1], 62 [1] in ottimo stato, con 2 tavole illustrative ripiegate e numerose illustrazioni in silografia n.t.; minimi segni d'uso al primo dei frontespizi ornati d'impresa. Trattato di geometria pratica. «Sembra stampato verso la metà del sec. XVII» [Riccardi I, 317]. Esemplare molto buono.

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        De jure belli ac pacis libri tres, in quibus jus naturae & gentium, item juris publici praecipua explicantur.

      Editio nova cum annotatis auctoris, ex postremo ejus ante obitum cura multo nunc auctior. Accesserunt & annotata in epistolam Pauli ad Philemonem. Amsterdam, Joannem Blaeu, 1650. 8vo. (24),+ 618,+ (45) pp. Title printed in red and black. Spotting and with a lot of stain. Lots of marginal ink annotations and underlinings. Worn contemporary vellum, partly loose in front inner hinge. Old but partly with ink erased owner's signature dated Leiden 1659 on title, and with the signature J. W. Gendes (?). Ter Meulen 574. This is to a large extent a new edition of Grotius' magnus opus, first published in 1625. The last 7 pages contains Grotius' comments on the letter of Paulus

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        Befestigungsplan (Elbing in kyrillischer Sprache über dem Blatt).

      - aquarellierte und grau lavierte Tuschefederzeichnung, um 1650, 20,5 x 28,5 (Manuskriptplan) (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        WILHERMSDORF/bei Fürth. Gesamtansicht von "Wilhermsdorff", rechts "Lusthaus" und "Bürckmischling", mit Wappen, darüber Truppenaufstellungen.

      - Kupferstich, um 1650, 18,5 x 31,5 cm. Fauser 15505. - Der Text unter der Abbildung fehlt: "Daß Mansfeltische Volck . ist Anno 1621 den 4 October in dißem ab gebilten ortt Wilhermsdorff ankumen". - Seltener Einblattdruck. Bis zur Einfassunglinie geschnitten.

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