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2010-08-13 15:29:28
Remouchamps, Nicolas de
1651. Remouchamps, Nicolas de [d. 1670]. Sinopsis de Beneficiorum Ecclesiasticorum et Officiorum Saecularium Coadiutoriis, Ad Serenissimum Principem Maximillianum Henricum. Liege: Apud Viduam Guillielmi Hovii, 1651. [xvi], 128, [12] pp. Quarto (7-1/2" x 5-1/2"). Contemporary vellum, lettering piece to spine, blue edges. Light soiling, some rubbing to extremities, boards somewhat bowed, corners bumped, vellum just beginning to crack through pastedowns. Woodcut arms of Prince-Bishop Maximilian Henricus Ernestus of Bavaria [1621-1688] to title page, woodcut head-pieces, tail-pieces and decorated initials. Toning, light browning and faint dampstaining to margins in a few places, internally clean. An appealing copy. * First edition. Dedicated to Prince-Bishop Maximilian Henricus Ernestus of Bavaria, this is a treatise on the duties and privileges of "coadjutores" in canon law. Remouchamps was a canon lawyer active in Rome and Liege. A second edition was published in 1700. The 1581 imprint was issued by a female printer, "the widow of Guillaume Hovius." KVK locates 3 copies, all of the first edition. Dekkers, Bibliotheca Belgica Juridica 142.
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2010-07-10 04:42:23
D'Avenant, Sir William [1606 - 1668]
London: Printed by Tho. Newcomb for John Holden, 1651. 1st editiion (Pforzheimer 252; Wing D-325; Wither-to-Prior 245). Modern full brown calf with maroon leather title label to spine. Eps renewed. Binding - Fine. Textblock - VG+ (ample margins/age toning to paper).. [4], 88, [4], 344, [8] pp. Printer's device to t.p. Head- tailpieces. Decorative initial capital letters. 4to: A - 3K^4. N2 & N4 cancels. 3H3 mis-signed 3G3. First & last leaves blank.
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2010-07-10 04:42:23
D'Avenant, Sir William [1606 - 1668]
London:: Printed by Tho. Newcomb for John Holden,. 1651.. 4to: A - 3K^4. N2 & N4 cancels. 3H3 mis-signed 3G3. First & last leaves blank. 1st editiion (Pforzheimer 252; Wing D-325; Wither-to-Prior 245). [4], 88, [4], 344, [8] pp.. Modern full brown calf with maroon leather title label to spine. Eps renewed.. Binding - Fine. Textblock - VG+ (ample margins/age toning to paper).. Printer's device to t.p. Head- tailpieces. Decorative initial capital letters.
Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA
2010-06-09 17:57:22
Manuscrito.]
Madrid, 1651. . 32,5 cm. 1 blanca, 1 h., 25 fol. manuscritos, 1 blanca. Traslado de un documento de 1647. Papel sellado en la primera y la última hoja. Enc. en pergamino, plano anterior rotulado, cintas. Madrid. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Farré [Barcelona, Spain]
2010-04-29 16:37:17
Cartwright, William
Printed: 1651. 1611-1643 Octavo, 6.5 x 4.25 inches. First edition. [Portrait]1, [a]-b8, *14 , *8, Ù4, **8, ***14, *10, a-e8, f4, g-k8, A-T8, U3, U8, X2, with leaf *11 in cancelled state as usual and showing the original stub. Leaves **7 and U1-3 appear to be in uncancelled state with no evidence of stubs, otherwise this collation matches that described by Evans. This copy is bound in modern butterscotch calf with a gilt spine, in period style. Cartwright enjoyed a considerable success among his contemporaries but posterity has been less kind and his work is only known to students of seventeenth century literature. He was educated at Westminster School and went up to Christ Church, Oxford, in 1628; he spent the rest of his short life there. He wrote four plays, intended for academic performance: The Ordinary or The City Cozener (1634) shows clearly the influence of Ben Jonson; The Lady Errant, The Royall Slave, and The Siege or Love's Convert were published in 1651. The Royall Slave, with designs by Inigo Jones and music by Henry Lawes, was acted for King Charles I and Henrietta Maria at Oxford in 1636 and proved a great success. Cartwright took holy orders in 1638 and wrote no more plays but he became a celebrated preacher; in 1642 he became reader in metaphysics to the university. A Royalist, Cartwright preached at Oxford before the king after the Battle of Edgehill. The edition of his works published in 1651 contained 51 commendatory verses by writers of the day, including Izaak Walton and Henry Vaughan. The Plays and Poems of William Cartwright were collected and … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-04-29 11:49:15
CARYL Joseph 1602-1673
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2010-04-27 12:39:55
[Heywood, Thomas]
London: printed for I. E[mery], and are to be sold by Thomas Pierrepoint, at the singe of the Sun in Pauls Church-yard, 1651. Final part of running title "A Subject that deserves to be known and observed by all men".pp. [68], 375; Collation: engraved frontispiece; title page; (verso blank); To the Worthy and by me much Honured Master James Mettam Esquire, &c. ; To the Reader; The Contents; A Chronological History of the Kings of Britaine....; A True Histoire of the Stange Birth of Ambrosius Merlin (pagination begins at this point. Text within ruled borders, with notes to the fore-edge margins also within ruled borders. Contemporary plain sheepskin covered boards with modern calf spine, black spine label, gilt; original sheep a little rubbed with some scuff marks to the rear panel. Contents good with some general reading wear, frontispiece and title page somewhat age soiled, the forner with some early (contemporary?) ink marks and a very small doodle of an animal, marigns generally good, on a couple of pages the trimming just touches the ruled margins; the finall leaf Ccc4 (text to the recto only) is mostly missing (only the top inner corner of the original is present) and has been replaced in perfect facsimile from the copy in the Cambridge Library - all most impossible to tell. (in this edition this leaf was a cancel and this might be the reason why it is most missing - the original having been hurriedly removed, leaving a small part and the cancel then never attached?) A very good copy. Bibliographical Notes: a reissue of the 1641 edition of: Heywood, Thomas. "The life of … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-04-26 23:05:30
HARVEY, William
Amsterdam, Ludwig Elsevier, 1651. With engr. allegorical title. 568 pp., 4 unn. leaves (last blank). 12mo. Contemp. vellum, dated 1659. Amsterdam, Ludwig Elsevier, 1651. Printed in the same year as the London first edition. "The most important book on the subject to appear in the 17th century" (Garrison/M.). Four issues were printed in Amsterdam, this is the second one. Elzevier printed in 1651 two slightly different editions, one for the English market with engr. title and imprint "London, O. Pulleyn, 1651", and the present one for the continental market with engraved title and imprint "Amstelodami, Ludivicum Elzevirium, 1651". These issues were immediately reprinted by Elsevier from the first London edition of the same year. This edition contains the famous engraved title-page showing Jove seated on a pedestal, opening an egg to release animals, insects, and plants. Even if Harvey (1578-1657) had not discovered the circulation of the blood, this present work "De generatione" is a remarkable masterpiece on embryology, conception, and birth, overthrowing Galenic-Aristotelian ideas. It deals with the comparative anatomy of reproductive organs, the physiology of reproduction, and the day-to-day development of the chick in the egg. "The chapter on midwifery in this book is the first work on that subject to be written by an Englishman" (Garrison/M.). - Wellcome III, 220; Osler 711; this ed. not in Eimas, Heirs of Hippocrates; Waller 4120; cf. Garrison/Morton 467 (1st ed.). SCIENCE: MEDICINE ; SCIENCE: BIOLOGY ;
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2010-04-25 18:48:58
DESCARTES François René
Chez Henry le Gras et Edme pepingu?A Paris: Chez Henry le Gras et Edme pepingué, 1651. relié. In 4 (15,5x20cm). Nouvelle édition de cette première traduction française par l'abbé Claude PIcot, qui parut pour la première fois en 1647. Illustrée dun frontispice avec encadrement de feuillages (ne se trouvant pas dans l'édition de 1647) et de 20 planches en fin de volume de physique. L'édition latine a été éditée par Elzevier en 1644. Plein Parchemin d'époque. Dos lisse avec titre et date à la plume. Tâches brunes sur le velin. Une mouillure jaune en marge haute sur les derniers feuillets. Manque pages de gardes contrecollées sur le parchemin. Un manque sur le plat inférieur. C'est en 1644 que Descartes écrivit en latin les Principa Philosophiae, avec le soucis de clarifier et de donner un base saine et rigoureuse à la philosophie, d'en ériger les fondements inébranlables. Le premier postulat de la recherche philosophique, c'est la raison, et sa méthode : la déduction. Le projet cartésien est un projet de science universelle, et non pas seulement philosophique. Les Principia font suite au Discours de la méthode (1636) et aux Méditations pétaphysiques (1641). L'ambition de l'ouvrage est prodigieux, Descartes veut fournir une nouvelle métaphysique reposant sur le cogito, qui engendre une nouvelle classification des connaissances et une morale neuve, réflexion, qui par la révolution qu'elle opère, donnera naissance au siècle des Lumières. - Chez Henry le Gras et Edme pepingué, A Paris _1651, In 4 (15,5x20cm), (58) 486pp. (1) 20pl., Un Vol. r … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-04-09 18:14:48
Joannis Miltoni (John Milton)
London: Typis Du Gardianis. 1651. First Edition, Third Printing. Hardcover. Recently rebound in quarter calf over marbled paper boards with gilt titles on spine, new endpapers, two stamps of the Inner Temple Library on title page and old bookplate to verso, one or two pages with library stamp in upper margin not affecting text and library stamp on final blank, leaves toward rear with slight dampstaining to lower outer corners not affecting text. This is the third issue (Shawcross 100) of Milton's reply to Salmasius who had written a defence of absolute monarchy and the Divine Right of Kings. Salmasius was a leading European scholar and humanist and his defence had been published by the exiled Charles II. So when Milton's reply was published it brought him recognition not just within the Commonwealth but across Europe. , 4to , xxii + 206 pp .
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2010-04-04 19:59:09
HARVEY, WILLIAM
Amstrodami: Joannem Jassonium, 1651. 12mo, pp. [34], 415, [5]; engraved title page wanting; contemporary and possibly original full blindstamped calf, 19th century red morocco label on spine; joints rubbed, worm entering spine at bottom (but not affecting anything internally); modest rubbing; a good, sound copy, unrestored. Seminal work on embryology and endocrinology. Garrison-Morton 6146: "The chapter on labour ("De partu") in this book represents the first original work on obstetrics to be published by an English author." Keynes 37.
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2010-04-03 12:45:24
MANUSCRIT DANS UNE RELIURE AUX ARMES DE SAMUEL BERNARD PROVENANT DE LA COLLECTION DE SIR THOMAS PHILIPPS
1651. in-folio : 377 ff. foliotés (les ff. 25, 95, 181 ainsi que le dernier f. folioté 377 sont blancs - notre manuscrit s'interrompt au f. 374 correspondant aux lettres Usu. : manquent ainsi in-fine les ff. 375 et 376 qui ont été découpés). veau granité, dos orné à nerfs, pces. de titre en maroquin rouge, triple filet doré autour des plats (mors sup. fendu en tête et queue, cela sans gravité - rel. de l'époque). Belle reliure aux armes du célèbre financier Samuel Bernard, 1651-1739, d'azur à l'ancre d'argent, senestrée en chef d'une étoile du même, rayonnante d'or (Olivier, Hermal, Roton, "Rel. armor. ", pl. n° 1042). Ce manuscrit est exceptionnel pour avoir appartenu également à la collection du célèbre bibliophile et collectionneur de manuscrits sir Thomas Philipps qui avait réuni quelques 60 000 manuscrits (la marque de la collection Phillipps figure sur le f. de garde blanc liminaire : "Phillipps Ms 7114"). A cette double provenance prestigieuse, s'ajoute aussi une qualité d'objet d'une très belle écriture ; il renferme un état des décisions rendues et des sujets débattus au Parlement de Dijon ; sont aussi recensés les noms des Avocats, des Personnes qui Pourraient Etre Annoblies, des Baillis, de tous les Conseillers de la Cour, des Controlleurs, des Huissiers, de tous les Lieutenants, de tous les Présidents, des Procureurs et des Sergents royaux &c. ressortissant du Parlement de Bourgogne. DES PHOTOGRAPHIES NUMERIQUES SONT DISPONIBLES PAR E-MAIL SUR SIMPLE DEMANDE - WE CAN SEND PICTURES OF BOOKS ON SIMPLE REQUEST. Livres
Bookseller: Librairie ancienne Michèle Masson [Bordeaux, France]
2010-04-03 07:51:07
Trier, Erzbistum -
Kupferstich-Karte bei Janssonius nach Kaerius, 1651. 15 x 20 cm. Hellwig, Mittelrhein und Moselland im Bild alter Karten, Nr. 44 mit Abbildung Seite 104. Zeigt das Gebiet zwischen Limburg, Koblenz, Mainz, St. Wendel und Luxemburg. Rechts unten Titelkartusche mit Maske, links unten Meilenzeigerkartusche. Daneben Signatur "Petrus Kaerius Caelav.". Mit deutschem Rückentext.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen [Trier, Germany]
2010-04-01 16:05:22
Burroughs, Jeremiah
London: Peter Cole. Fair; Eight leaves lack significant portion of blank margin, a further . twelve leaves have worm line through marginal notes but not effecting . the sense, lacks last 2 leaves of index, margin stains, but still . a sound usable book.. 1651. Hardcover. Small 4to; Later 3/4 calf, raised bands, [28], 570, [2], [12 of 14]p., index. **Wing B-6071. .
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2010-03-17 06:53:50
Da Vinci Leonardo
Paris: Jacques Langlois, 1651. First edition, French language issue, published by the same publisher at the same time as the first in Italian. The first edition of Da Vinci’s great Treatise on Painting, the first published work of Leonardo. 56 engraved illustrations and diagrams within text, additional engraved title with portrait, vignette titlepage, and many engraved head- and tail-pieces. Tall 4to, in contemporary calf, rebacked and restored to period style with red morocco label on spine, endpapers renewed. xviii, 128. A scarce and desirable copy with mild mellowing and very light antique staining primarily in the margins. FIRST EDITION OF THE MOST PRECIOUS TREATISE EVER PUBLISHED ON THE ART OF DRAWING. It was during his time in the service of the Duke of Sforza that Da Vinci developed his theories of the supremacy of painting, having the opportunity to associate with philosophers and men of letters on an equal basis. 'This theory was incorporated into the Treatise on Painting compiled by Leonardo's disciple Francesco Melzi, who however omitted Leonardo's definitions of the geometric 'principles’ of point, line, and, area - definitions that Leonardo had drawn up with great care, since he wished them to be read by mathematicians rather than artists' (DSB).<br> The treatise is a major source of Leonardo's works on such topics as perspective, colour, light and shadow, as well as on plant physiology and human anatomical studies. This first edition was almost certainly produced for artists or more especially for patrons of the arts, as of th … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-02-28 16:54:09
LOCCENIUS, Johannes.
Stockholm, Henrici Keysers, 1651. 12:o. *1, A12-G12, H6. Någon enstaka fuktrand. Förbunden av: [Konungastyrelse.] En nyttigh bok, om konunga styrilse och höfdinga, fordom för någre hundrade åhr, af en förståndigh swensk man skrifvin, ock nu nyliga framkommen, och utaf framlidhne salige hoos Gudi martyren, höglofligh hos oss och uthi hele christenhetenne i åminnelse den stormechtigeste högborne förste och herre h. Gustaf Adolf den andre och store, /.../ och efter H.K.M:s nådige befalning, strax ord från ord trykt blifvin, och sedan i medler tidh medh torftige register förbettrad, och nu publicerat. Stockholm, Henrich Keyser, 1650. 12:o. (1),+ 87,+ (19) bl. Titelbladet inom ramtryck. Senare pergamentband, ryggen med röd titeletikett, första arbetet med blått främre snitt och det andra med rött, övre och nedre snitt röda. Med Sophie Adlersparres namnteckning på försättsbladet, daterat 1874, samt på första titelbladet. Collijn sp. 530 resp. sp. 462 & 481-81. Almquist s. 116. Rudbeck 24 (för konungastyrelsen). Första sällsynta upplagan av Loccenius juridiska lexikon. En andra utkom 1665 och en tredje 1674. Som forskare i svensk rätt och som lärare introducerade Loccenius rättsvetenskapen i Sverige, och behovet av ett lexikon som definierade och översatte det ålderdomliga svenska rättsspråket till latin var stort. Loccenius arbetade även ständigt vidare på detta lexikon och varje ny upplaga innebar förbättringar. På slutet finns ett "Explicatio perigrinarum aliquot dictionum feudalium", i vilket en mängd feodala termer förklaras ha germanskt (d.v.s. langobardiskt och gotiskt) ur … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [Stockholm, Sweden]
2009-12-08 10:59:39
(Waltoniana) Wotton, Sir Henry
London: Printed by Thomas Maxey, for R. Marriot, etc., 1651. First edition. Engraved portrait frontispiece and engraved portraits in text. 540 pp. 1 vols. 18mo. Bound in full red morocco, gilt dentelles, a.e.g., by Stikeman & Co. Hinges neatly repaired, internally fine. The James William Ellsworth and R.B. Adam copy. First edition. Engraved portrait frontispiece and engraved portraits in text. 540 pp. 1 vols. 18mo. Contains a poem of 24 lines, "On a Banck as I sate a Fishing," a description of the Spring, cited in The Compleat Angler. Printed two years before the first edition of The Compleat Angler, by the same printer. An extremely rare book, and, internally, a very fine copy. Westwood & Satchell, p. 243; Heckscher 2199
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2009-11-26 01:51:28
Willingham, George
Richard Cotes Book. Fair+. Full-Leather. Presume 1st. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Book measures 7 1/2 x 5 7/8 inches. Done in leather, ribbed spine, some restoration is evident. I am unable to locate a Wing or other listing to which to compare it but research continues. Balance of title and printer information, "Or A Discourse and Historicall Narration of the first XIIII yeares of King James Reigne." "London printed for Richard Cotes and are to be Sold By Michaell Sparke at the Blew Bible(sic) in Green 1651 Arbor John Drosehout Sculp. Lon." Collation is largely quarto. The interior commences with exotic marbled pastedown/endsheet (xlibris plate PD), including an odd, homely, reinforcing of the hinge. Verso 1st endsheet is blank and a blank leaf (likely both restorer work) follow. Some erased pencil is seen here. Next follows what I take to be the original text, a blank, verso has the "title explained" next title page verso blank, facing page blank verso fine illustration/frontis. of Overbury. Next page a statement that this is a narrative history verso blank, this is followed by a letter to the reader and TOC consisting of 5 leaves. Text then runs from page 1 to 192 with pagination gap 81 through 92, text reads as all present, seems to be pure misnumbering. This is followed by 2 leaves beginning the "Abstract" which then numbers pages 1 thru 72. Then comes a leaf re "A True Relation" with pages numbering 1 thru 18. This concludes the printed text of the material I am certain is original. The final pag … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2009-07-27 13:05:43
[RYFF, Walther Hermann]:
Strassburg, Mülbe & Städel, 1651. Title-page + (2) p. + CXCVI leaves (should be: CCXII leaves) + p. 35-147 + Register (2) p. + 1 blank (this last part is "Gedruckt zu Strassburg durch Christian Müller 1577". Illustrated with numerous woodcuts. Contemporary full calf. 14,5 X 9 cm. P. CXII damaged with minimal loss of text
Bookseller: Antikvariat Röda Rummet AB
2009-07-07 05:41:38
Joannis Janssonius
Amsterdam 1651 - Size : 147x202 (mm), 5.75x8 (Inches), Original Hand Coloring Very Good, some minor discoloration on the margin, some oxidation of the original green.
Bookseller: Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books
2009-07-06 16:00:54
Strada, Famianus
Mainz, Schönwetter 1651. 21 cm. (6), 776 (falsch 778), (104) Seiten mit 26 Porträtkupfern (25 als Tafel und 1 im Text). Festeinband, Pappband 18. Jahrhundert mit Rückenschild und dreiseitigem Goldschnitt - Graesse VI, 507 - VD17 23:242279H - Berühmtes Werk über die niederländischen Religions- und Freiheitskriege (1555 - 1590). Porträts: Famianus Strada, Francisco Valesius, Moritz von Nassau-Oranien, Karl von Mansfeld, Gabriele Serbelloni, Christoffel van Mondragon, Willem Hornanus Hesius, Erzherzog Matthias von Österreich, Aegidius von Barlaimont, Karl Fugger (Sohn Jakob Fuggers), Pfalzgraf Johann Kasimir, Fabio Farnese, Robert van Melun, Georg van Basta, Francisco Verdugo, Appio de Comitibus, Camillo Capisucchi (Capizucchi), Ferdinand Davalo, Emmanuel Lalin de Renty, Robert Dudley Earl of Leicester, Jean Baptiste de Tassis (Johann Baptista Tasse), Claude Barlaimont, Blasio Capisucchi (Capizucchi), Carlos Spinelli, Karl II. Erzherzog von Österreich, Karl von Arenberg. Einbandbezug am Rücken mit kleinen Fehlstellen, leicht gebräunt, Stempel auf Titelblatt Der Kupfertitel und die Pläne sind diesem Exemplar nicht beigegeben. - Sprache / Language: Lateinisch / Latin -
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2009-06-12 22:10:08
Kupferstich aus Famiano Strada "De Bello Belgico" Mainz 1651. 22x28.8 cm. - Muller, Nederl. 948 - Schmitt, Neuss 24 - Mit lebhafter Darstellung des Schlachtgeschehens und Einzelheiten des Belagerungsverlaufes, so werden im Vordergrund Alexander Farnese, Herzog von Parma, und seine Soldaten zu Pferde gezeigt, rechts heftiges Schlachtgetümmel und links eine Szene, in der Alexander Farnese die Schlüssel der Stadt entgegennimmt. Unter der Darstellung vierzeilige lateinische Legende A - M. Einriss rechts restauriert, unten rechts nur schmales Rändchen.
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2009-03-02 04:17:29
Theologie - Mornay, Phillippes de (Sieur du Plesis Marly).
Lyde (Leiden), Elsevier, 1651. 12 Bl., 805 (recte 807) S. Pgt. der Zeit über 4 durchzogenen Bünden, hs. Rückentitel. Philippe Duplessis-Mornay, eigentlich Philippe de Mornay, Seigneur du Plessis–Marly, auch genannt Philippe Mornay Du Plessis (* 5. November 1549 zu Buhy in der Normandie; 11. November 1623 in La Forêt-sur-Sêvre) war ein reformierter Theologe und Staatsmann aus Frankreich. Von seinem streng katholischen Vater für den geistlichen Stand bestimmt und im College de Lisieux zu Paris unterrichtet, trat er nach dessen Tod 1560 zum protestantischen Glauben über. Seine Karriere als politischer Schriftsteller und Diplomat begann 1571 mit der Schrift Dissertation sur l'église visible. Im folgenden Jahr war er in Geheimmission für Admiral de Coligny tätig; er unterhandelte mit Wilhelm von Oranien. Nach der Bartholomäusnacht, der er nur knapp mit Hilfe eines katholischen Freundes entkam, suchte er Unterschlupf in England. 1575 war er als Verwalter der Finanzen von Navarra in die Dienste Heinrichs I. von Navarra getreten. Im Frühjahr 1589 war er als Vermittler verantwortlich für die Aussöhnung von König Heinrich III. und Heinrich von Navarra. Als dieser 1589 als Heinrich IV. auf den Thron von Frankreich erhoben war, wurde Duplessis-Mornay zum Staatsrat und später zum Gouverneur von Saumur ernannte. Hier errichtete Duplessis-Mornay eine protestantische Akademie, die bis zu ihrer Aufhebung durch Ludwig XIV. im Jahr 1683 von großem Einfluss war. 1598 veröffentlichte er eine lange vorbereitete Schrift über die Eucharistie aus calvinistischer Sicht „De L'institution, usage et do … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Biblion Antiquariat [Zürich, ZH, Switzerland]
2009-03-01 17:45:12
Kupferstich aus Famiano Strada "De Bello Belgico" Mainz 1651: . Kupferstich aus Famiano Strada "De Bello Belgico" Mainz 1651. 22x27 cm. - Muller, Nederl. 546 - Schlachtendarstellung mit reicher Personenstaffage des Treffens zwischen den Spaniern unter dem Herzog von Alba und Niederländern unter Ludwig von Nassau am 21. Juni 1568. Mit vierzeiliger lateinischer Legende A - N unten.
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2009-02-20 04:14:00
HARVEY WILLIAM
AMSTELODAMI: APUD JOANNEM JANSSONIUM(1651). [600' MEDICINA-RARO] (cm13,6) bella legatura originale in piena pergamena con unghie.--cc. 17 nn. + 1c. bianca (che manca) + pp. 415 + 1 p. bianca + cc. 2 nn. di index. bella antiporta figurata con allegorie. E' il più importante trattato di embriologia del XVII secolo. Pietra miliare del celebre medico inglese che dopo il "de motu cordis" pone la sua attenzione agli studi sulla generazione e capovolge la concezione galeonico-aristotelica dello sviluppo dell' embrione. L Harvey rifiuta le precedenti dottrine sulla formazione del feto e si pone fra i più importanti scienziati di biologia nonostante l' uso limitato del microscopio appena inventato. Prima rara contraffazione in piccolo formato della celebre edizione di Londra, stampata qualche mese prima e Prima edizione stampata nel continente. Dopo l' edizione di Londra del 1651, furono impresse in Olanda ben 3 edizioni in piccolo formato. Vari errori di numerazione rigorosamente elencati in KEINES, Manca la carta 18 nn. che è bianca, alcune antiche sottolineature e una macchia in alto a carta 6 nn. e 7 nn., naturali ombreggiature a qualche carta, altrimenti esemplare bello, genuino e assolutamente completo con due antichi ex libris nobiliari, al frontis e al verso dell' antiporta. KEINES " BIBLIOGRAPHY OF W. HARVEY " n° 37; DAWSON 257; WILLEMS " ELZEVIER " 1129 in nota; KRIVATSY 5345; WALLER 4125; WELLCOME III 220.[f31]. Libro. Book Condition: ottimo. Binding: Rilegato
Bookseller: Studio bibliografico Libri Antichi Arezzo [IT]
2009-02-11 12:47:30
Kupferstich aus Famiano Strada "De Bello Belgico" Mainz 1651. Kupferstich aus Famiano Strada "De Bello Belgico" Mainz 1651. 22.5x27.5 cm. - Muller, Nederl. 971 - Clemen, Bonn 31 - Dekorative Ansicht mit reicher Personenstaffage und lebhafter Darstellung des Belagerungsverlaufes bis zur Übergabe der Stadt. Unter der Darstellung fünfzeilige Legende A - R.
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2008-12-07 12:04:44
Arnobius:
Lugduni Batavorum [Leiden] Ex Officina Ioannis Maire, 1651. 4to. pp. [xii], 255, [i] blank, 156, 191, [v], 283, [cv] indices. Title page printed in red and black with engraved vignette. Old ink stamp to title. Late eighteenth-century continental green morocco, fully gilt spine and red morocco label, minor wear but a handsome copy. Arnobius was a distinguished rhetorician at Sicca Veneria in North Africa in the late third century, according to St Jerome, before he converted to Christianity after a dream. He wrote the seven books of the Adversus Gentes to convince the local bishop of the sincerity of his new beliefs. The wealth of detail about Graeco-Roman paganism has proved of great interest to historians, but theologically some of Arnobius' ideas remain highly suspect. For example, he considered that the old gods were real enough but subordinate to the supreme Christian God. Book
Bookseller: Bryars and Bryars [United Kingdom]
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2008-11-21 20:28:18
LEONARDO DA VINCI
Paris: J. Langlois,, 1651. donné au public et traduit d'italien en françois Par R[oland] F[réart] S[ieur] D[e] C[hambray]. Folio (380 × 257 mm). Contemporary mottled calf, boards with central gilt arms, gilt rules, spine gilt in compartments, marbled endpapers, gilt edges. 56 engraved illustrations and diagrams within text, additional engraved title with portrait, vignette title page, and many engraved head- and tailpieces. Front joint and corners restored, a few trivial spots, a very good copy. First French language edition and the first edition overall, generally recognised as preceding the Italian edition published in the same year at Paris by Langlois, despite the original manuscript – now lost – being in Italian. Leonardo's text is the foundational practical treatise on Renaissance art.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington
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2008-11-20 08:47:56
LUBIN Eilhard
Amstelodami|(Amsterdam): Lodovico Elzevirium (Elzevir)., 1651. Fine. Lodovico Elzevirium (Elzevir)., Amstelodami (Amsterdam) 1651, pet in-12 (13,5x8,5cm), (4) 448., relié. - First Edition. Illustrated with a frontispiece. Vellum full flap. Smooth back with title pen. Guards restarted. Important Greco-Latin dictionary. The German humanist E. Lubin (1565-1621) taught poetry at the University of Rostock from 1595 to 1605 before becoming a professor of theology art. Beautiful elzévirienne edition fine print. Between 1620 and 1680 the production of Elzevir enjoyed a golden age letterpress. Originally small sizes and small print (technical prowess then) there were issues of cost, printing then being in crisis. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Illustrée d'un frontispice. Reliure en plein vélin à rabat. Dos lisse avec titre à la plume. Gardes renouvelées. Important dictionnaire greco-latin. L'humaniste allemand E. Lubin (1565-1621) enseigna l'art poétique à l'université de Rostock de 1595 à 1605 avant de devenir professeur de théologie. Belle édition elzévirienne à petits caractères. Entre 1620 et 1680 la production des Elzevir connut un âge d'or typographique. A l'origine des petits formats et des petits caractères (prouesse technique alors) il y eut des questions de coûts, l'imprimerie étant alors en crise.
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [Paris, France]
2008-11-16 11:42:29
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Amsterdam: Johan Blaeu, 1651. Amsterdam: Johan Blaeu. Very Good/No Jacket. 1651. Hardback. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall 895pp cut down to fit a later binding (no loss of text). Full leather binding. Engraved title-page, marbled endpapers & A.E.G. Edges rubbed, o/w all vg .
Bookseller: Camilla's Bookshop [Eastbourne, SX, United Kingdom]
2008-11-12 18:06:51
Tanara, Vincenzo.
Bologna, eredi di Dozza, 1651. (8), 624, (16) SS. Mit gest. Titelvignette ("Il Coriolano f.") und zahlr. Textholzschnitten (zumeist im Rand). Pappband der Zeit mit hs. Rückentitel in rot und schwarz. 4to. Dritte Ausgabe des gastronomisch-agronomischen Klassikers, bis 1761 in mindestens 18 Ausgaben erschienen. Erstmals 1644 (und dann wieder 1648) aufgelegt. Die vorliegende, überarbeitete Ausgabe enthält als erste das Schlußkapitel über die Eigenschaften eines guten Jägers und bietet somit als erste den endgültigen Text der Folgeauflagen. Die ersten beiden Kapitel widmen sich hauptsächlich der Winzerei, behandeln aber auch die Imkerei und das Brotbacken (ausführlich zu den verschiedenen Brottypen, Zutaten etc. auf S. 22-38). Andere Kapitel widmen sich der Landwirtschaft, dem Gartenbau, dem Pfropfen, der Verwendung der einzelnen Teile des Tieres beim Kochen, den medizinischen Qualitäten verschiedener Speisen sowie den vier Jahreszeiten (mit ausführlicher Aufstellung jeweils geeigneter Menüs). "Interesting on account of the appendix dealing with the qualities and virtues which a hunter should stand possessed of" (Schwerdt). Im selben Jahr erschien eine weitere Ausgabe in Rom. - Titel mit zeitgenöss. Monogrammstempel. Der Einband gelb angefärbt und etwas berieben. Am vorderen Innendeckel herald. Signaturschildchen der aufgelösten "Biblioteca Sommi Picenardi" in der Villa Sommi Picenardi bei Cremona. Westbury 211f. Souhart 452. Vgl. Simon (Bibl. Gastr.) 1443f. (nur spätere Ausgg.). Schwerdt II, 247b (Ausg. 1658). Diese Ausgabe nicht bei Kress oder Goldsmiths'. Nicht bei Bitting o … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2008-10-13 02:49:53
Drexel Jeremias (1581-1638)
Apud Viduam Ioann. Cnobbari, Antverpiae, 1651. Lievissime imperfezioni alla copertina Frontespizio calcografico (16) + 434 p. - in-24
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Giulio Cesare [roma, ROMA, Italy]
2008-08-09 21:28:50
Donne, [John]
London: Humphrey Moseley, [1651] 1652 & 1653. London: Humphrey Moseley. VG - in Very Good condition. Careful modern restoration using original boards and spine as pattern. Occasional foxing or marks within. Closed tear second page 81 (no loss). Top edge cropped, not impinging. [1651] 1652 & 1653. First Edition thus. Tooled brown leather cover with red/gilt title panel. 145mm x 85mm (6" x 3"). 1-103pp; pp 107-219; 224pp. With separate title pages for Paradoxes and Ignatius, half-title for Essayes. Paradoxes etc pp 1-103pp; Ignatius pp107-219 Title page before page 107.Essayes & prayers etc pp1-224 only the leaf 'to the reader' before page 1. .
Bookseller: Barter Books Ltd [Alnwick, NORTH, United Kingdom]
2008-05-20 05:01:53
TREATY].
[Colophon] (Lisbon), Por Manoel da Sylva, 1651.. First Portuguese Edition. 4°, old vellum (more recent endpapers; a bit warped). Caption title. Seven-line woodcut initial. In good to very good condition. Old ink foliation (243 to 254) in upper outer corners of each leaf recto. Old paper shelfmarks in upper inner corner of front cover (rectangular) and near lower inner corner of front cover, extending over spine on to back cover (oval). [12 ll.]. *** Very rare Lisbon printing, in Portuguese, of this treaty, the French-Spanish component of the Peace of Munster, or Treaty of Westphalia, ending the Thirty Years' War in 1648. Portugal had declared her independence from Spain in 1640, and had been counting on French support to maintain it. The Treaty of Westphalia incorporated four basic principles: 1: The principle of the sovereignty of nation-states and the concomitant fundamental right of political self-determination; 2: the principle of (legal) equality between nation-states; 3: the principle of internationally binding treaties between states; and, 4: the principle of non-intervention of one state in the internal affairs of other states. That is why the Treaty of Westphalia (1648) is so crucial in the history of international political relations. This important series of treaties formed the basis for the modern international system of independent nation-states. In fact, it marked the beginning of an international community of law between sovereign states of equal legal standing, guaranteeing each other their independence and the right of their peoples to political self … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Richard C. Ramer Old and Rare Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2008-04-07 16:48:08
[Lowell, James Russell. 1819 - 1891]. Donne, John [1572 - 1631]
London:: Printed by J. Fletcher, for Richard Marriot,. 1651.. 4to: A - 2S4 (lacks A1, 2S4 - blanks). 19 cm x 14 cm. 1st edition, 1st issue (Keynes 55; Pforzheimer 295; Wing D-1864). [6], 318 pp.. Modern full leather binding, executed in a period style. Red edgestain.. Binding - Fine. Textblock - Overall VG+ (some editorial red &. regular pencil marks & annotations/occasional unobtrusive worming &. dampstaining to margins).. James Russell Lowell was Harvard's class poet [1838], who went on in his later life to become an influential 19th C. man-of-letters. John Donne a favorite author of Lowell, who edited an edition of Donne's poems [1855. Cf. BAL 13085), as well as a posthumously-published Grolier Club 2 volume edition (cf. BAL 13409) of the famous 17th C. poet, which included Donne's Poems, Letters, Elegies, etc. Lowell's copy of Donne's POEMS auctioned in 1992. Here we offer Lowell's copy of Donne's LETTERS, with Lowell's signature in the t.p. right upper margin, and editorial marginalia within. . Frontispiece (in expert copperplate facsimile).
Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA
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