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2015-08-04 07:44:50
Kircher, Athanasius:
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..
Bookseller: Antiquariat Tautenhahn
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2015-08-02 09:11:21
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. Versand D: 6,00 EUR BAYERN, Franken
Bookseller: Buch- & Kunstantiquariat [Germany]
2015-07-22 12:44:08
MAGDEBURG: Buckau:
anonymer Kupferstich, um 1650, 15 x 18,5
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
2015-07-20 14:21:09
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. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Hamburg
Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat [Eurasburg, Germany]
2015-07-18 17:35:13
Blaeu,
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.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Petrej
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2015-07-17 16:03:11
VENNER THO(BIAS)
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.
Bookseller: Paul Foster Books
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2015-07-14 15:08:49
AGUSTÍN, Antonio.
- 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.
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet
2015-07-14 13:51:17
TOTENTANZ:
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. .').
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
2015-07-13 15:55:00
Cataneo Girolamo.
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.
Bookseller: Gabriele Maspero Libri Antichi
2015-07-03 08:15:54
GROTIUS, Hugo.
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.
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [SE]
2015-06-24 12:50:51
- 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.
Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat
2015-06-11 16:07:49
BLAEU, WILLEM 1571-1638 AND JOHANNES 1596-1673.
Bookseller: Charles Russell, ABA, ILAB, est 1978 [cirencester, United Kingdom]
2015-06-08 20:48:02
Johan Blaue o.1650
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
Bookseller: Andersens Antikvariat [Glostrup, Denmark]
2015-06-07 08:06:58
SCOLARI, Stefano
Venedig, Scolari, um 1650.. Kupferstichplan von S. Scolari, Bildausschnitt 41 x 49 cm, Blattgr. 44 x 60 cm.. Zu Scolari (tätig zwischen 1600 und 1650, gestorben ca. 1657) siehe Tooley's Dictonary of Mapmakers, IV/p. 135. Bibliografisch nicht nachweisbare Karte, selten wie alle Stiche von Stefano Scolari, der hier unten links mit seiner vollen Adresse vermerkt ist: "...al insegna delle tre Virtu a S. Zulian"; die Innere Stadt ist auf vorliegendem Plan nur als Befestigungsgrundriss dargestellt, außerhalb der Stadtmauern sind neben der "Favorita", dem heutigen Theresianum, und dem Wienfluss nur Gebäude in der Leopoldstadt verzeichnet: Bonfratelli (wohl Barmherzige Brüder), Tabor, Scalzi, Nova Favorita (Augarten), Prater und, wohl erstmalig auf einer Karte, S. Brigida für die Brigittenklapelle in der Brigittenau; gering gebräunt und teilweise fleckig, unten auch wasserfleckig, mit schwachen, meist vertikalen Knickfalten, davon in zweien kleine Löchlein oder Risse, die mittlere etwas stärker betroffen und leicht geknittert, oben im Bereich der Einfassungslinien einige kleine Löcher und drei Ausrisse hinterklebt.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH
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2015-06-06 21:51:45
SKONNING, HANS HANSSØN.
- 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 k … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Vangsgaards Antikvariat
2015-06-06 21:51:45
SKONNING, HANS HANSSØN.
Hans Hanssøn Skonning, Aarhus 1650. 4to. 332 blade (upagineret). Hver side med bred træskåret røskenramme. Senere (c. 1870) halvlæderbind med rygforgyldning. Bogblokken meget velholdt. Navn (Johan Rohde) på fribladet.. Bibl. Dan. IV,246. Thesaurus 644. Danske Provinstryk 1482-1830 Ar 78. Velbevaret eksemplar, omend i senere bind, 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.** 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 u … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Vangsgaards Antikvariat
2015-05-28 21:22:35
Pool [Poole], John
Lawrence Chapman, London 1650 - The titles of the three books, or chapters, within this volume are: 1) The Judgements Astronomicall Upon Nativities; 2) The Astronomicall Judgements Upon The Nativities, Containing Particular Considerations; 3) Judgements Astronomicall Upon Nativities , Containing The Directions And Revolutions. Small 4t. (8), 111 pages. Early binding of full leather with five raised bands and title label in top compartment. Restoration, probably in the early 1800's, of the title page and repair of the introductory page, also replacement of two preliminary sheets. Hinges recently professionally reinforced. Corners and spine ends heavily worn. Moisture to a few page corners, not affecting text. Notes on the title page and ownership signature and address, dated 1819, on reverse of the final page. Despite the noted flaws, it remains an agreeable copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Robert Gavora, Fine & Rare Books [U.S.A.]
2015-05-24 14:35:07
SÄCKINGEN
Kupferstich, links unten monogr. "A.T.F.", um 1650, 18 x 23,5 cm. Nicht bei Schefold. - Das Schriftband im Himmel alt handschriftlich ergänzt "en Souabe, prés de Basle". Auf Einfassungslinie beschnitten. Sehr selten. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Baden-Württemberg
Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat [Eurasburg, Germany]
2015-05-13 18:40:44
Perrier, Francisco - van Dalen, Cornelis - Visscher, Nicolaes
Amsterdam: Nicolaes Visscher, 1650 ca. Sm.Folio (240x370mm) 100+ 1 (Frontispice) Plates of Engravings drawn by F. Perrier (1590-1650), engraved by Cornelis van Dalen (1602-1665) and printed by Nicolaes Visscher (1618-1679) in Amsterdam, no text. Bound in full brown leather, sealed on lowers first end-paper . Except for two plates with some foxing, the book is in very good condition [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: °ART...on paper - 20th Century Art Books [Lugano, Switzerland]
2015-05-13 18:40:44
CLAUDIANUS.
Frankfurt (Francofurti), Apud Joannem Naumannum, Bibliop. Hamburgensem, 1650. 4to. (LXXVI, including title & frontispiece),111,(1 blank),1371,(1 blank),(31 corrigenda),(1 blank) p. Vellum 21 cm (Ref: VD17 3:006469N; Schweiger 2,283; Dibdin 1,470: 'Barthius commentary is not only superior to every work which preceded it, but has never been surpassed by any similar production'; Moss 1,376/7: 'rare, and held in considerable estimation'; Brunet 2,88; Ebert 4756; Graesse 2,194; Fabricius/Ernesti 3,201) (Details: 5 thongs laced through both joints. Frontispiece by A. Aubry, depicting the Roman emperor Theodosius the Great and his 'Magister Militum' Stilicho, who guards 2 little boys, Honorius and Arcadius. Title in red and black. Woodcut printer's mark on the title, motto: 'Superata tellus sidera domat'. Woodcut initials and headpieces) (Condition: Vellum soiled, and loosening from fore edge of both boards. Upper board slightly curved. Front endpapers worn. Old inscription and name on the front flyleaf. Name below the frontispiece. Name and small stamp on the title. Stain in the upper margin of frontispiece and title leaf) (Note: 1650 was a lucky year for the last important Roman poet Claudius Claudianus (ca. 400). In the same year as Barthius the Dutch scholar Nicolaas Heinsius published an edition of the works of Claudian. Claudianus 'war ein sehr fruchtbarer, temperamentvoller Dichter und bietet reichen historischen Stoff in rhetorischem Stil'. (Buchwald, Tusculum-Lexikon, 3rd ed. p. 171/2) As 'tribunus et notarius' he acted as court poet for the emperor Theodosius, his genera … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Fragmenta Selecta [AMSTERDAM, Netherlands]
2015-05-13 18:40:44
MERIAN, Matthaus.
[Frankfort ca. 1650]. A copper-etched sheet, 27 x 35 cm., center folded, usual amount of normal toning, else very good clean, a few old feint stain spots at top margin, a few old mends to the edges else solid, stable. FIRST & ONLY EDITION An early and primitive map of China, Mongolia, Manchuria and Central Asia, and to the extreme west is Persia, Russia, the Caspian sea. * Based on Bleau's map of Tartaria and Northern China, with information compiled by the English and Dutch explorers as well as the reports of Marco Polo and also based on the ancient Greek Classics. * The decorative features of the map are also similar to Bleau's with the title is symbolically engraved onto the saddle blanket of a camel, representing the earliest trade on the Silk Road. * The Great Wall is clearly shown in the lower right corner, with that part above and West of the wall shown in three-quarters of the map. Outside the wall, the barbarian "Mongol Hoards" are depicted as devils with two horns, or winged birds which most likely symbolize a dragon form of beast. * There is a good bit of Latin text throughout the map, giving valuable insights to the land, inhabitants and other special features. * THE MAP: The map is uncolored as issued, and shows the upper left corner at 50 degrees west and eastward to 390 degrees east; from 60 degrees north down to 30 degrees south. There is printing discrepancy at the upper left showing 50,which is inconsistent with 90 at bottom left. The scale of the map is in German miles. * CONDITION: The map is solid, with a few old mends on the verso [back] edges, the rec … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: RARE ORIENTAL BOOK CO., ABAA, ILAB [Aptos, CA, U.S.A.]
2015-04-22 08:58:52
- Altkol. Kupferstich von de Wit, um 1650, 44,5 x 55 cm. Flächenkolorierte Gesamtkarte von Russland. Mit altkolorierter Kartusche mit Wappenrechts unten.
Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat
2015-04-20 22:29:33
SCHR?-DERS Iohann.
Testo latino. 3^edizione. Cm.18,7x15,2. Pg.(28), 516, 348, (58). Sobria legatura in piena pergamena rigida con titoli e fregi impressi in oro al dorso. Tagli spruzzati. Doppio frontespizio: il primo è riccamente decorato a piena pagina, con ritratto dell'Autore, scene di preparazioni farmaceutiche, vedute bucoliche e di animali e stemma allegorico in ovale con il motto "Ditabit servata Fides". In esso è riportata la dizione "Iohanis Schröderi M.D. Pharmacopoeia Medico - Chymica. Plurimis locis correcta, multisque novis Hosculiis adornata. Divulgata sub Censura Ampl. Collegij Medici Ulmensis. Sumptibus Johannis Gerlini Bibliopolae ibidem 1650". Il secondo frontespizio, che riporta la datazione 1649, presenta una marca tipografica in ovale con l'impresa editoriale ed è interessato da due piccole mende cartacee d'epoca, probabilmente a rimuovere antica notazione di proprietà. Alcuni cartigli e capilettera incisi. Bruniture diffuse. Il volume, dopo la dedicatoria, si apre con alcune odi apologetiche in onore dell'Autore, opera di Johannes Barcehausen, Petrus de Spina, Ludovico von Hörnigs, Petrus Lotichius, Joannes Sebastian Blosius, Anton Boxbarterus, Johannes Tilemannus, Georg Scrhöder, Johann Guilielmus Hochstatt, Johannes Loofherus Florimontanus, Antonius Itterus, Balthasar Stutenius, Joannes Pfautz. Il testo, su due colonne, è diviso in due parti, ciascuna con numerazione autonoma: la prima (pg.516) comprende i primi tre Libri della "Pharmacopoeia Medico - Chymica" ("De Isagoge", "De Officina", "De Mineralogia"), la seconda parte contiene i rimanenti ("De Phytologia", "Cla … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Pera
2015-04-14 00:26:36
. altkol.,, um 1650, 37 x 47,5. Rechts oben altkol., dek. Titelkartusche, mittig altkol. Windrose. Im Kartenzentrum das Flußgebiet des Parana.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck
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2015-04-11 17:50:39
STRADA, Famianus; STAPYLTON, Sir Rob
London: Humphrey Moseley, 1650. First English edition. Full-Leather. Very Good. 143, 83, 58, 24 p. + Table. Frontispiece missing. 12 engraved portraits throughout. Rebound in full leather by Felton Bookbinding. Raised bands, blank impressing. Title page soiled, marking opposite page. One page in Table has repaired corner. Moderate thumbing and staining throughout but all text legible. Famiano Strada (1572-1649) was an Italian Jesuit historian who wrote "De Bello Belgico" in Latin in 1602, although it was not published until 1632. Playwright Sir Robert Stapylton (1607-1669) translated it into English. The book is an account of the 16th-century revolt of the Netherlands against the rule of Philip II of Spain. Stapylton translated Strada's marginal notes, adapting them to English readership.
Bookseller: Attic Books
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2015-04-09 06:22:53
ITALY / YUGOSLAVIA - ISTRIAN PENINSULA)
No date. Ca. 1650. Briet, Philippe. Copper plate engraved map, uncolored, approx. 6 x 7 1/2 inches on sheet 6 3/4 x 9 1/2 inches. Light toning, otherwise very good condition. Depicts the Istrian Peninsula with the city of Trieste. Text in Latin on verso. Toning from previous backing is not as noticeable as it appears in image.
Bookseller: oldimprints.com [USA]
2015-03-28 10:27:48
Boden, G.
( Ohne Jahresangabe - um 1650 ). Detailreiche Frontalansicht Magdeburgs über der Elbe mit Festungswerken und zahlreichen Kirchen sowie links und rechts vom Blatt befindlichen Textpassagen zur Geschichte Magdeburgs sowie Erklärung der Ziffern. Blattgröße 19 x 31 cm ( Höhe x Breite ), alt unter Glas gerahmt ( Rahmenmaß: 21,5 x 33,5 cm ). Auf dem Blatt sind die Hauptkirchen u.a angezeigt: Der Dom zu S. Maurity - Granolphi Stift - Zum Heiligen Geist - Ulrichs Thor - S. Ulrich und Lerin - Sankt Johannis - Schul - S. Catharinen - S. Peter - S. Jacob - S. Augustin: Ferner sind folgende Gebäude durch Ziffern ersichtlich: Capitul-Haus / Dom-Probstei / S. Sebastians Stift / S. Nicolai-Stift / Landschaftliche Haus / Das Fähr-Ampt / Elb-Thor / Alte und neue Rathaus / Zeughaus / Kauf-Hoff / Pulver-Turm. Aus der Textpassage des Blattes: "...Allein in A. 1631 haben die Kayserliche uner dem General Tilly den 10. May diese Stadt mit Sturm erobert und von Grund aus verstöhret und verbrandt das nur der Dom allein übrig blieben, ia es haben diese Tillysche Soldathen so barbarisch u. unmenschlich gehauset, das über 30 Tausend Einwohner jämmerlich und erbärmlich ums Leben kamen. Zwar ist er Tilly der Göttlichen Rache nicht entgangen sintemahlen nach diser Grausamkeit Er weiter kein Glück und Stern gehabt...." Das Blatt knapp beschnitten, etwas angestaubt, leicht fleckig bzw. leicht stockfleckig, am Unterrand gering beschädigt sowie mit einer alten Preisangabe in Bleistift. Der alte Rahmen mit Beschädigung am oberen Rand. ( Gewicht 500 Gramm ) ( Bitte beachten: Da unter Glas gerahmt erfolgt de … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Friederichsen [Hamburg, Germany]
2015-03-21 15:44:22
Famiano Strada; Robert Stapylton
Humphrey Mosley, 1650-01-01. First Edition. Hardcover. Good. Fine binding. Bound in full leather. Gilt ruled with 5 raised bands. Red leather spine label. Fine binding and cover. Hand made marbling paper end pages. Early signature of Daniel Harvey, 1651. (Presumed to be Sir Daniel Harvey, 1631-1672. MP, diplomat and English Ambassador to the Ottoman Empire from 1668 to 1672.) 4to. [360] pages, [14] leaves of plates : portraits ; 29 cm. Hand written list of portraits on rear end page. Old damp stain to bottom margin of a few pages. Wing S5777. 1st English ed.
Bookseller: Sequitur Books [Boonsboro, MD, U.S.A.]
2015-03-14 14:11:48
Merian, Matthäus; Zeiller, Martin
Merian Frankfurt 1650 (...und einverleibten Landen, auch in andern zu dem Hochlöblichsten Sächsischen Craiße gehörigen Fürstentumen (außer Brandenburg und Pommern) Graff- und Herrschafften etc. / Hrsg. u. verlegt durch Matthäum Merian zu Frankfurt 1650 ) - Torso - Mit dem in Kupfer gestochenem Titelblatt sowie der ausfaltbaren Karte *Ober-Sachsen. Lausnitz und Meissen*, 196 Seiten ( Textseiten so vollständig ) sowie 6 n.n. Blätter " Nahmen-Register der Landschaften, Städt, Städtlein, Flecken, Dörffer, Clöster, Schlösser, Wasser, Berg, Wälder.. So in diesem Tractat von dem Churfürstenthum Sachsen/Thüringen/Meissen/ Voigtland/ Lausnitz/ Fürstenthum Anhalt / den Hartzgraffschaften..und also im Ober-Sächsischen Craiße ( außer dem Churfürstenthum Brandenburg und Herzogthum Pommern ) zu finden seyn ". ( Bitte beachten: Torso - Es fehlen sämtliche Kupfer außer der vorbezeichneten Karte. Please notice. Contents only the text pages and the map, but all copper plates are missing ), OPergament, 4° ( 32 x 21 cm ). Einband berieben, etwas fleckig, Ecken etwas bestoßen. Innen das Vorsatzblatt stark geknickt, das Titelblatt mit Eckabriß unten rechts sowie angeknickt, Die Karte verso mit dem Titelblatt zusammengeklebt, Seiten teils gering fleckig, teils leicht angenickt. ( Gewicht 800 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available ) ( Lagerort Richey - 1.OG ) Versand D: 6,00 EUR Sachsen, Thüringen, Meissen, Voigtland, Lausnitz, Anhalt, Harz, Obersachsen
Bookseller: Antiquariat Friederichsen [Hamburg, Germany]
2015-03-14 10:19:13
[Weldon, Sir Anthony]
London: Printed by R.I. and are to be sold by John Wright at the King's-Head in the Old Baily, 1650. First edition. Frontispiece portrait of King James. [viii], 197 pp. 1 vols. Small 8vo. Scandals in the Court of King James: a "violently anti-Jacobean tract" This "violently anti-Jacobean tract" (ODNB) was attributed to politician and reputed satirist Sir Anthony Weldon (d. 1648) within a year of its publication. "Despite the somewhat perilous uncertainty of evidence for Weldon's role as a satirist, the publications with which he is commonly associated have enjoyed enormous popularity and influence on later historians. Sir Walter Scott's republication of The Court and Character in The Secret History of the Court of James I (1811) revived them, and modern historians have frequently had cause to lament the way in which 'Weldon' succeeded in distorting history. He may have been unfair, and his satire was certainly just one example drawn from a rich contemporary vein of courtly criticism, but his version of James VI and I as a perverted, hypocritical, slobbering villain remains compelling" (ODNB). A choice copy with the portrait frontispiece present. Wing W1272. Contemporary sheep. Corners finely repaired at an early date, red spine label. Fine.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2015-03-06 01:23:23
Rantzau :
Plön / Kiel / Hamburg / Glücksstadt, 1650/1727.. Mit einer gestochenen Wappentafel, gebunden in einem Halbpergamentband der Zeit, 21 x 17 cm,. Einband berieben und bestossen, innen teils gebräunt. Die erste Flugschrift enthält die Erhebung von Christian Rantzau (1614 bis 1663) zum "freien Reichsgrafen" durch den Kaiser (1650). 2 weitere Flugschriften (eine in französisch) beinhalten Aspekte des 1705 erfolgten Aufruhrs von Bauern auf Grund von Verhaftungen wegen ausstehender Abgaben. Danach 2 Flugschriften mit Streitigkeiten in Bezug auf Ansprüche des Herzogtums Holstein-Gottorfs auf Rantzau. Weiter eine Flugschrift den Mord (bis heute nicht aufgeklärt !) an Christian Detlef Rantzau im Jahre 1721 betreffend, angeklagt wurde sein Bruder Wilhelm Adolf Rantzau mit dem er sich in ständigen Streitigkeiten befand (lange Geschichte). Schließlich 4 kontroverse Flugschriften die sich mit dem damals Aufsehen erregenden Fall von Misshandlung und Tötung von 3 Leibeigenen auf Gut Bürau durch Heinrich Rantzau im Jahre 1722 beschäftigen. Der Fall endete mit einem Schuldspruch Rantzaus und Landesverweis.
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2015-03-01 20:24:38
DESCARTES (René)
Jean Guinard 1650 In - 12 (157 x 105 mm), (24) ff. - 286 pp. - (1) ff. blanc, demi - chagrin marron, dos à cinq nerfs orné, tranches dorées (reliure fin XIXe). Troisième édition (l'édition originale fut publiée en 1649 à Amsterdam par Elzevier). Dernier ouvrage de Descartes, publié de son vivant. Ex - libris manuscrit sur le titre, Antonï Rey. (Légères mouillures en marge de plusieurs pages). / / 12o (157 x 105 mm), (24) ff. - 286 pp. - (1) blank leaf, brown half - shagreen, spine tooled raised on five bands, all edges gilt (end of 20th cent. binding). Third edition (the first one was published in 1649 in Amsterdam by Elzevier). Last book of Descartes, published when he was alive. Handwritten book - plate on title page, Antonï Rey. (Light water - stains in margin of several pages).
Bookseller: Librairie Henri Picard & Fils
2015-02-27 14:59:08
PEETERS DELIN, Johan (dessinateur) - MERIAN, Matthaüs (graveur).
S. d. [circa 1650]. Estampes de vue de villes françaises en couleurs, sauf pour la première oeuvre, sur du papier fait-main de l'époque, estampes sous passe-partout, encadrées de quadruples filets ocres, format du passe partout 400 mm. x 205 mm., format de l'oeuvre 389 mm. x 150 mm., infimes petits défauts: plis, taches, une petite déchirure sur l'estampe d'Orléans parfaitement bien réparée, bon et bel ensemble. Magnifiques gravures exécutées par Mathaüs Merian (1593-1650) sur les dessins de Johan Peeters Delin (1624-1677).
Bookseller: Librairie Scritti [Paris, France]
2015-02-26 09:23:59
J Janssonius/ Johann Lauremberg
Greece: Amsterdam J. Janssonius 1650. Copper engraved map of the ancient country of Macedonia after Laurenberg by Janssonius. Original colour; verso blank. The map shows the whole of Macedonia at the time of Alexander the Great, with Thessaly and Epirus to the South Large decorative title cartouche [original colour] to lower right corner and scale to lower left with a strangely top hatted figure surrounded by putti. Sailing ships to sea. The map first appeared in Janssonius' "Atlantis Majoris Quinta Pars, Orbem Maritimum" and later in 1552 in the 6th Volume entitled "Accuratissma Orbis Antiqui Delineatio Sive Geographia vetus, sacra,& profana." Good dark impression, bright colour; slight discoloration down centre fold due to guard on verso; slight creasing to right of centre fold; short tear [8mm] to lower edge; old ink number to upper right corner. Johann Wilhelm Lauremberg (1590-1658).was a philologist, mathmatician and satiric poet. He studied from 1605 in Rostock. Between 1612 and 1617 he undertook educational trips to Holland, England, France and Italy. Among other things, he studied medicine from 1613 to 1616 in Paris. From 1618 to 1623 he was Professor of Poetry at the University of Rostock and thereafter until his death Professor of mathematics at the Knight Academy in Soro. His maps appeared in the atlases of Blaeu, Jansson, Hondius and others His atlas "Græcia Antiqua" was published after his death in 1660 by Janssonius, edited by Samuel Puffendorf. Johannes Janssonius (approx. 1588-1664) came from a family of printers and publishers and learned the boo … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-02-21 20:08:57
CLAUDIANUS.
Frankfurt (Francofurti), Apud Joannem Naumannum, Bibliop. Hamburgensem, 1650.. 4to. (LXXVI, including title & frontispiece),111,(1),1371,(1),(31,(1) corrigenda) p. Vellum 21 cm. (Ref: VD17 3:006469N; Schweiger 283; Dibdin: 'Barthius commentary is not only superior to every work which preceded it, but has never been surpassed by any similar production'; Moss 1,376/7: 'rare, and held in considerable estimation'; Brunet 2,88; Ebert 4756; Ernesti, Bibl. Lat. 3,201) (Details: 5 thongs laced through cover; frontispiece by Mubry, depicting the Roman emperor Theodosius the Great and his 'Magister Militum' Stilicho, who guards 2 little boys, Honorius and Arcadius; title in red and black; woodcut printer's mark on title, motto 'Superata tellus sidera domat'; woodcut initials and headpieces) (Condition: Vellum soiled; vellum loosened from fore edge of both boards; front board slightly curved; front endpapers worn; old inscription and name on front flyleaf; name below frontispiece; name and small stamp on title; stain in upper margin of frontispiece and title leaf) (Note: 1650 was a lucky year for the last important Roman poet Claudius Claudianus (ca. 400). In the same year Nicolaas Heinsius' edition of the works of Claudian was published. Claudianus 'war ein sehr fruchtbarer, temperamentvoller Dichter und bietet reichen historischen Stoff in rhetorischem Stil' (Buchwald, Tusculum-Lexikon, 3rd ed. p. 171/2). As 'tribunus et notarius' he acted as court poet for the emperor Theodosius, his general Stilicho, and the emperor's sons Honorius and Arcadius. In 400 he was honoured with a bronz … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Fragmenta Selecta V.O.F.
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2015-02-15 19:05:27
(HUITFELDT, Arild).
Kbh. . (1650-55). Folio. 1700-talls helskinnsbind med opphøyde ryggbånd og rik ryggforgylling. Kobberstukket tbl., (12), (6), 841, (6), 114, (56) ; (11), - 842-1555, (324) s.. Mangler portrettet, foldeplansjen og slektstavlene.Noe slitt ved kapitélene
Bookseller: Damms Antikvariat
2015-02-10 12:10:11
. Kupferstich n. Seb. de Pontault de Beaulieu, um 1650, 44,5 x 53. Tooley, S. 43.- Oben rechts die Titelkartusche, rechts unten kleine Umgebungskarte: "Carte de Gouuernement de Rottenbourg Sur le Tauber". Der Plan und die Karte umgeben von einer dek. Barockbordüre. - Zeigt einen Befestigungsplan m. schematischen Truppenstellungen im Jahr 1645, am unteren Rand Darstellung von Soldaten.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck
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2015-02-09 07:04:23
J Janssonius/ Johann Lauremberg
Greece: Amsterdam J. Janssonius 1650. Copper engraved map of the Southern Archipelago after Laurenberg by Janssonius. Original colour; Latin text to verso. The map shows the Southern Aegean with the islands of the Cyclades, with part of the coast of Asia Minor to the right. Decorative scale cartouche [ original colour]; long banner title. Sailing ships engaged in battles and dolphin to sea. Laurenberg's map is of the area in ancient times, giving the ancient names. The map first appeared in Janssonius' "Atlantis Majoris Quinta Pars, Orbem Maritimum" and later in 1552 in the 6th Volume entitled "Accuratissma Orbis Antiqui Delineatio Sive Geographia vetus, sacra,& profana." Good dark impression; overall light toning; greens slightly oxidized , but solid; short split at lower centre fold with old repair to verso, similar split to upper centre fold [ repaired with archival tape to verso]. Johann Wilhelm Lauremberg (1590-1658).was a philologist, mathmatician and satiric poet. He studied from 1605 in Rostock. Between 1612 and 1617 he undertook educational trips to Holland, England, France and Italy. Among other things, he studied medicine from 1613 to 1616 in Paris. From 1618 to 1623 he was Professor of Poetry at the University of Rostock and thereafter until his death Professor of mathematics at the Knight Academy in Soro. His maps appeared in the atlases of Blaeu, Jansson, Hondius and others His atlas "Græcia Antiqua" was published after his death in 1660 by Janssonius, edited by Samuel Puffendorf. Johannes Janssonius (approx. 1588-1664) came from a family of printers and publi … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-02-09 07:04:23
J Janssonius/ Johann Lauremberg
Greece: Amsterdam J. Janssonius 1650. Copper engraved map of the Northern Archipelago after Laurenberg by Janssonius. Original colour; verso blank. The map shows the Northern Aegean with the islands of the Northern Archipelago: Limnos, Mytelline, Chios Samos, Imbro etc; Mount Athos and Skyros with the Sporades to the left and the coast of Asia Minor to the right. Decorative title cartouche [ original colour]. Sailing ships to sea. Laurenberg's map is of the area in ancient times, giving the ancient names. The map first appeared in Janssonius' "Atlantis Majoris Quinta Pars, Orbem Maritimum" and later in 1552 in the 6th Volume entitled "Accuratissma Orbis Antiqui Delineatio Sive Geographia vetus, sacra,& profana." Good dark impression, generally bright; light offsetting and ocassional spots; short split at lower centre fold and two minor tears[ backed with archival tape]. Johann Wilhelm Lauremberg (1590-1658).was a philologist, mathmatician and satiric poet. He studied from 1605 in Rostock. Between 1612 and 1617 he undertook educational trips to Holland, England, France and Italy. Among other things, he studied medicine from 1613 to 1616 in Paris. From 1618 to 1623 he was Professor of Poetry at the University of Rostock and thereafter until his death Professor of mathematics at the Knight Academy in Soro. His maps appeared in the atlases of Blaeu, Jansson, Hondius and others His atlas "Græcia Antiqua" was published after his death in 1660 by Janssonius, edited by Samuel Puffendorf. Johannes Janssonius (approx. 1588-1664) came from a family of printers and publisher … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-02-08 09:03:43
Baden-Württemberg.-
1650. . Gesamtansicht vom gegenüberliegenden Ufer des Neckar, kleine Legendenleiste im Fußsteg, Wappen und Titel im Himmel.- 2 schwache Braunflecken im Himmel.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Daniel Schramm e.K.
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2015-02-06 19:37:48
Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.-
1650. Panoramaansicht der Stadt, mit der Warne im Mittelgrund, Landschaft mit Legendenband unten im Vordergrund.- Blatt rechts des Falzes minimal gebräunt. Gewicht in Gramm: 500
Bookseller: Antiquariat Daniel Schramm e.K. [Kiel, Germany]
2015-02-03 20:48:09
Lübeck.-
1650. Gewicht in Gramm: 500
Bookseller: Antiquariat Daniel Schramm e.K. [Kiel, Germany]
2015-02-03 14:50:29
Caspar Merian
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Bookseller: Antiquariat Murr Bamberg GbR
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2015-02-03 14:50:29
Caspar Merian
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2015-01-19 21:01:26
BERCHEM Nicolas
Ad vivum delineata, et aqua forti aeri impressa. Studio et arte Nicolaj Berchem.s.d. (1650 ca.) In folio (mm. 490x335), mz. pelle ottocentesca con ang. (abras.). Album contenente 4 magnifiche suites di acqueforti secentesche aventi per tema pecore, capre (e alcuni cani da guardia) in ambiente campestre. Le suites sono state incise in rame su 10 tavole, qui applicate al recto di ciascun foglio dellalbum. Ogni tav. (ca. mm. 450x300) porta 2 o 3 composizioni, per complessive 28 acqueforti (mm. 100x110, misurate alla battuta), di cui 4, che introducono le suites, hanno figure femminili o maschili, su cui campeggia il titolo "Animalia. Ad vivum delineata...".Autore di queste importanti incisioniil pittore e acquafortista olandese Claes Pietersz Van Haarlem detto Nicolas Berchem o Berghem o Berrighem (1620-1683). Cfr. Benezit,ii, p. 132 - Monod Le prix des estampes,i, pp.59/60.Esemplare ben conservato..
Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas [Italy]
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2015-01-16 07:22:21
Potter P.
. [Amsterdam], Nicolaes Visscher, ca.1650. Eight engravings (each measuring ca. 14 x 17 cm), numbered 1-8 in the lower right corner outside the printed frame. Contained in a recent marbled paper clamshell box with mounted paper label showing the title.l A complete suite of eight lively images of quite probably the same individual jaguar (Panthera onca), a species native to South and Central America. Potter's drawings of this species have often been misidentified as those of a leopard (Panthera pardus), see e.g. the British Museum Collection database. Indeed, the leopard seems a more likely candidate, being found in Africa and Eurasia, however, although the figured animal resembles the Persian or Caucasian subspecies in having widely spaced rosettes, the inclusion of spots within the rosettes clearly show that this is a New World animal. Moreover it is far more likely that Potter (1625-1654; a contemporary of Rembrandt and Vermeer, who died at the age of 28 from tuberculosis) saw a specimen imported from Brazil than one from the Iranian region, as the first Dutch West India Company (1621-1674) was busy exploring Brazil - trading with northwestern Asia at that time was minimal. Potter himself never visited Brazil. Piso and Marcgrave, in their Historia naturalis Brasiliae (Leiden, 1648), figured the same species, but far more sketchily, as if they had never seen it alive and nearby. Potter's images seem to be the first accurate renderings, after nature, of this impressive animal, showing its behaviour. Potter was a favourite of the Dutch prince Johan Maurits van Nassau (vide B … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-01-14 18:07:08
Merian, Matthaeus
. . um 1650. 23 x 32 cm, Kupferstich , Blatt 28,7 x 35,6 cm, Mittelfalte, diese etwas knittrig, Rand unten 3 cm hinterklebt, sonst sauberes Blatt in gutem Zustand..
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2015-01-11 12:45:32
Collyn, Nicholas
1650. A Rare Manual from the Commonwealth Period Collyn, Nicholas. A Briefe Summary of the Lawes and Statutes of England: So Farre Forth as the Same do Concerne the Office of Justices of the Peace, Sheriffs, Bayliffs, Constables, Churchwardens, And Other Officers and Ministers of the Commonwealth. Together with Divers Other Matters not Onely Acceptable for their Rarity, But also Very Necessary for Their Great Use and Profit, For All Persons, But Especially for Such as Bear Office in this Common-Wealth. London: Printed by T.L. for Mathew Walbancke, 1650. [xxii], 192 pp. 12mo. (5-1/2" x 3"). Contemporary calf with later rebacking, blind rules to boards, lettering piece and blind rules to spine. Moderate rubbing to extremities, rubbing and some gatoring to boards, corners worn, hinges cracked, later armorial bookplate (of Thomas Foley) to front pastedown. Title printed within ruled border, typographical head-pieces. Moderate toning to text, faint dampstaining to margins in a few places. Early owner signature (Tho. Foley) with note of library shelf location to front free endpaper, internally clean. A nice copy of a rare title. * First edition. Interesting for its insights into everyday legal practice during the Commonwealth era, this handy pocket-sized reference book has contents arranged alphabetically by topic. Little is known about the author, who is identified on the title page as a member "of the honourable societie of Lincolns-Inne, Esquire; and sometimes reader there; and an ancient iustice of the peace and quorum in the county of Middlesex; and one of the foure pleaders … [Click Below for Full Description]
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