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2012-04-21 02:30:27
Jonston, John.
Amsterdam: Louis Elzevier, 1652.(). 12mo. Title 15 leaves including title, 752 pp. With engraved frontispiece. Contemporary vellum. Willems 1012; Wellcome III, 365; Osler 3098; cf. Waller 5193 (ed. 1652); Parkinson/Lumb 1352a (ed. 1648); Hirsch III, 412.
Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2012-04-19 10:39:55
VIRGILIUS (VONDEL, J. VAN DEN, vert.),
Amsterdam, Abraham de Wees, 1652. 2e druk. 12mo. (XXVIII)+534+(1) pp. Met gegraveerde titel. Gebonden. Perkament uit de tijd. Goed ex. (Enkele 17e eeuwse aantekeningen in marges van pp. 1-28; papier wat verbruind op de sneden).
Bookseller: Charbo's Antiquariaat [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2012-04-16 05:09:36
SAINT-MARTIN (abbé Michel de).
Caen, Adam Cavelier, 1652. In-8 de 18 feuillets préliminaires, 428 pages, 6 feuillets de table. Ex-libris XVIIIe armorié du prince de Pons en Lorraine, J. B. St. Colas Canon. (Rouen, XIXe), tampon sur le titre de la collection Montmelien et P. Duputel (XXe). Vélin d'époque. Edition originale. L'abbé Saint-Martin, plus connu sous le sobriquet de St-Martin de la Calotte, né à St-Lô le Ier mars 1614, est mort à Caen le 14 novembre 1687. Sa vanité extravagante et sa crédulité excessive le rendirent durant 40 années du XVIIe siècle en basse Normandie et particulièrement à Caen, le jouet de nombreuses mystifications; on fit de lui mille portraits, quantité de caricatures . Il portait d'habitude un bonnet de mandarin et se faisait appeler Sr de La Mare du Désert, marquis de Miskou. Quoiqu'il en soit, ce singulier personnage fonda à Caen plusieurs établissements d'utilité publique et fut élu recteur de l'Université de cette ville. Il composa un certain nombre de livres que de son vivant il imprimait à ses frais et distribuait à ses amis et qui sont devenus fort rares. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Librairie BERTRAN [ROUEN, France]
2012-04-09 20:45:55
MAROLOIS Samuel
Bookseller: Librairie Laurencier [Bordeaux, AQUIT, France]
2012-04-07 06:57:46
PARE' Ambroise -
Used. Lyon, chez Pierre Rigaud, 1652, folio, legatura settecentesca in mezza pergamena, manoscritto al dorso, piatti "en papier mouchetè". Frontespizio facsimilato su carta antica, pp. (20)-854-(80) con una tavola (ritratto del Parè) all'inizio e numerose incisioni xilografiche nel testo. La carta 853/854 è numerata 845/846. Solite lievi bruniture della carta dell'epoca; gora all'angolo interno attinente quasi esclusivamentge al margine bianco e lavoro, sempre marginale, di tarli per una cinquantina di fogli all'interno, testo sempre escluso. Le incisioni sono in particolare sull'anatomia umana, sulle strumentazioni chirurgiche, sugli animali favolosi, i mostri, ecc. Mancano le pagine : 95/96, 153/156, 577/636, 639/646. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Piani [Monte San Pietro, BO, Italy]
2012-03-30 12:55:48
ESTIENNE, HENRI (1531-1598). PERION, JOACHIM (1499?-1559) VERATIUS, JOBUS (? - 1571)
Amstelodami : Apud Ludovicum Elzevirium, 1652, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, 1st Edition in this form. Full Book Title: Conciones Et Orationes Ex Historicis Latinis Excerptae. Argumenta Singulis Praefixa Sunt, Quae Causam Cujusque & Summam Ex Rei Gestae Occasione Explicant. Opus Recognitum Recensitumque in Usum Scholarum Hollandiae & Westfrisiae / Ex Decreto Illustriss. D. Very good copy in contemporary vellum. Minor, generalized wear to the bands and panel edges. Remains uncommonly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 420 pages; Physical desc. : [12], 420, [12] p ; 12o. With an additional engraved titlepage misdated 1653. Revised edition of 16th century collections selected by J. Perion and H. Estienne. Cf. Ad lectorem, prelim. P. [5]. Subject: Latin language - Readers - Early works to 1800. Speeches, addresses, etc. , Latin. Latin literature 420 pages. Inventory No: 166216.
Bookseller: MW Books [Ireland]
2012-03-24 22:02:38
BATE (George)
In Venetia Presso il Turrini, 1652. 12mo, 139 x 68 mms., pp. 221 [222 - 227 adverts, 228 blank], engraved Turrini vignette of a tower on its summit, with an angel playing a trumpet, out of which comes a scroll with the motto, "Deus et Fortitudo turis sic mea," contained within a frame, on title-page, contemporary vellum; some slight browning of text in first few leaves, with occasional stain, but a very good copy. The "Lettore" preceding the title-page is signed "Teodoro Veridico," the pseudonym that George Bate (1608 - 1668), the apologist for Charles I and later physician to Oliver Cromwell. The work, or at least the first part, appeared in Paris (but printed in London by William Dugard) in 1649 in Latin, Elenchus motuum nuperorum in Anglia. The English version, A Compendious Narrative of the Late Troubles in England, was published in London in 1652. This Italian translation from the Latin original is dedicated to Giovanni Pesaro (1589 - 1658), the 103rd Doge of Venice. The work was also published in Bologna the same year, with a different vignette on the title-page. F. F. Madan, in his "A Bibliography of George Bate's Elenchus Motuum Nuperorum in Anglia" (The Library [1951], no. 9) records the above imprint but not the one for Bologna, which would appear to be the sheets of the Turrini Press, with a cancel title-page. This Italian translation from the Turrini press, is uncommon, with OCLC locating only two copies, Bibliotheque Nationale de France and Newberry Library [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: John Price Antiquarian Books, ABA, ILAB [LONDON, United Kingdom]
2012-03-23 19:22:19
ACTONIO, Iacobo (Jacobus Actonius)
Amsterdam:: Ioannem Ravesteynium,, 1652. Very Good++. Very Good++ Contemporary vellum boards with mild soil. Engraved title-page. Text fresh. 24mo. (4 blank) (4) 3-292 (4 index) (6 blank) pps.
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2012-03-22 21:14:31
Fuller, Thomas, et al]
Printed by Tho. Brudenell for John Stafford, London, 1652. [10],[blank],440 [i.e. 430],[2- plate],[18],441-599 [i.e. 596]pp. Small quarto. Contemporary calf, rebacked in plain calf in the 20th century, with new endsheets and gilt label. Engraved frontis, plate and portraits. Small tidemark to blank C2, worm track in fore-margin from 4R4 to end, a few scattered marginal smudges, still a reasonably good, crisp copy. First edition, first issue, with the engraved frontis/title by Vaugahn dated 1651. The engraved portrait of Jerome of Prague is omitted from p. 21 in this copy, as is sometimes the case, blank C2 is present, and the final page is misnumbered 599. The portrait of Fuller added to the later issues of the first edition sheets is, naturally, not present here. In addition to Fuller, Daniel Featley, Thomas Gataker and others contributed biographical sketches, and Francis and John Quarles contributed occasional verse. The portrait and life of Lancelot Andrewes were also distributed as a separate. ESTC R177335. WING F2400. KEYNES (Contributions) IV. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature, ABAA [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2012-03-20 17:17:43
D. PETAVIUS [D PETAU]
Sebastianum Cramoisy, Paris, 1652. 2 parts in 1 vol., 12mo., on laid paper, part II with 8 full-page tables in the text, wanting title to first part and part II E6-7, part 1 R3 with small marginal tear (not affecting text or marginalia), neat early eighteenth century ex libris inscription on blank preliminary verso, some negligible age-staining; original full vellum, yapped edges, backstrip lettered in MS, a remarkably bright, clean, tight copy in wholly unrestored contemporary binding. This is the complete work, comprising Part I Books 1-IX and Part II Books 1-IV, thirteen books in all. The two parts are separately titled and paginated, and each has its own (extensive) index. Part I retains the dedication to D. Ludovico Borbonio, ad Lectorem, indiculus auctorum, and the two 'summa' leaves. Part I pagination is mis-numbered from p.443 onwards. Effectively an abridgement of the great Jesuit scholar's masterpiece 'Opus de doctrina temporum' (1627). Denis [Denys] Petau (1583-1652) studied in Paris under Scaliger and later resigned his lectureship at Bourges to join the Society of Jesus. He spent the majority of his academic career as Master of Divinity at the College de Clermont, the chief Jesuit establishment in Paris. A splendid, if predictably imperfect, copy in wonderful contemporary binding. Extremely scarce.
Bookseller: antiquarian bookshop Island Books [GB]
2012-03-18 09:41:35
SEGOING (Charles)
François Clousier, Paris, 1652. In-4° demi-toile marron, seconde édition, très nombreux blasons gravés sur bois dans le texte et coloriés au pochoir à l'époque. De la bibliothèque du château de Montataire. Saffroy, 2149.
Bookseller: La Basse Fontaine [VENCE, France]
2012-02-17 11:16:28
Biet / Antoine Biet
Bound / Flex Cover / Reprint: Paris : Clouzier 1652 / Reprint / FBRE, Ltd.(). Replica of Original Antique Edition. 432 pages. Paper / Soft cover reprint edition in very good or better condition, slight wear to edges. Overall good copy of this scarce title. Excellent read. A good book to enjoy and keep on hand. Or would make a great gift for the fan / reader in your life. Full title page reads: Voyage De La France Equinoxiale En l'Isle De Cayenne : Entrepris Par Les Francois En L'annee 1652 / MDCLII Diuise En Trois Livres : Le Premier Contient L'establissement De La Colonie son Embarquement et sa route lesques a son arrivee en l'Isle de Cayenne, Le Second, ce qui s'est passe pendant quinze mois que l' on a demeur dans la pais; Le Troisiesme, traitte du temperament du pais, de la fertilite de sa terre et des moeurs et facons de faire des Sauvages de cette contree; avec un dictionnaire de la Langue de mesme Pais, Par Me Antoine Biet, Prestre, Cure de Ste Genevieve de Senlis, Superieur des Prestres qui ont passe dans le Pais. Approx, English translation of title: Travel Of Equinoctial France In Isle Of Cayenne: Undertaken By François In the year 1652 / MDCLII Diuise In Three Books: The Prime Minister Contains establissement Colony its Loading and its road lesques has its arrival in Isle of Cayenne, the Second, which is master key for fifteen months that one has demor in feed; Troisiesme, traitte of the temperament of feed, the fertility of its ground and manners and ways of making Savages of this region; with a Language dictionary of mesme Pais, By Me Antoine Biet, Prestre, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: GREAT PACIFIC BOOKS [Ventura, CA, U.S.A.]
2012-02-14 22:08:53
Bengorian, josephus; Howell, James
London: John Stafford, 1652. Full Leather. Very Good. John Fillian. 17x11cm. 432pp. + 8pp. Table. Two color title page. One fold-out plate; one pictorial engraving of Jerusalem; one fullpage figure of a "fearful comet." A recent binding in full leather with gilt decorations on spine and boards. Includes a very rare engraving by John Fillian, who produced only a few engravings, and is said to have taken his own life before his artistic work could mature and his body of work could gain stature. This engraving of is titled at the top, "Woe, woe, to Jerusalem." Little is know of Fillian, and this is a little known engraving by the same.
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2012-01-31 08:44:39
Regnier, Mathurin
Leiden: Chez Jean & Daniel Elsevier, 1652. [viii], 202, [4] pp. 1 vols. 12mo. Full crimson morocco, a.e.g., signed Gruel on binder's leaf in rear. A pretty copy in an elegant binding. [viii], 202, [4] pp. 1 vols. 12mo. Brunet IV 1188 ("jolie édition")
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [U.S.A.]
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2012-01-29 14:22:52
Zeeman (eigentl. Nooms), Reinier (um 1623 - Amsterdam - vor 1667),
Um 1652-1654. - Mit dem gestochenen Titel "De Vryheyt een Oorloogs Schip - De Hafewint een Spaens Vaerder" und der gestochenen Nr. unten rechts. Ausgezeichneter, gegensatzreicher Druck mit winzigem Rändchen um die Einfassungslinie, z. T. auf diese geschnitten. B. (Nooms) 77 II (von II). Wurzbach 77. Blatt 3 aus der großen, dreiteiligen Folge "Various Ships and Views of Amsterdam II". - Nooms, der als Marinemaler und Radierer tätig ist hat ein umfangreiches Werk an graphischen Blättern geschaffen. Als ehemaliger Seemann, daher die Namensänderung, bestechen seine Blätter durch seine Kenntnisse der verschiedenen Gattungen der Meeresfahrzeuge. Seine Blätter sind zudem äußerst fein geätzt und von großem künstlerischen Reiz. - Aus Sammlung Bernard Keller, Schaffhausen (Lugt 384, verso mit dem Stempel). - Insgesamt gut erhalten. Minimale vertikale Quetschspur. Im oberen Darstellungsrand stellenweise minimal wellig. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 2100 Auf feinem Bütten.13,6 x 24,9 cm.
Bookseller: Kunstantiquariat Joachim Lührs
2012-01-29 14:22:52
Zeeman (eigentl. Nooms), Reinier (um 1623 - Amsterdam - vor 1667),
Um 1652-1654.. Mit dem gestochenen Titel "De Vryheyt een Oorloogs Schip - De Hafewint een Spaens Vaerder" und der gestochenen Nr. unten rechts. Ausgezeichneter, gegensatzreicher Druck mit winzigem Rändchen um die Einfassungslinie, z. T. auf diese geschnitten. Auf feinem Bütten.13,6 x 24,9 cm.. B. (Nooms) 77 II (von II). Wurzbach 77. Blatt 3 aus der großen, dreiteiligen Folge "Various Ships and Views of Amsterdam II". - Nooms, der als Marinemaler und Radierer tätig ist hat ein umfangreiches Werk an graphischen Blättern geschaffen. Als ehemaliger Seemann, daher die Namensänderung, bestechen seine Blätter durch seine Kenntnisse der verschiedenen Gattungen der Meeresfahrzeuge. Seine Blätter sind zudem äußerst fein geätzt und von großem künstlerischen Reiz. - Aus Sammlung Bernard Keller, Schaffhausen (Lugt 384, verso mit dem Stempel). - Insgesamt gut erhalten. Minimale vertikale Quetschspur. Im oberen Darstellungsrand stellenweise minimal wellig.
Bookseller: Kunstantiquariat Joachim Lührs
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2012-01-23 09:14:33
PALLAVICINO, Ferrante.
1652. Artikeldetails Le due Aggrippine. PALLAVICINO, Ferrante. Venetia, Appresso li Guerigli 1652. kl.-8°. 407 S. Pgmt. d. Zt. Tit am unteren Rand um ca. 1,5 cm. beschnitten. Bestell-Nr: 2109-08 Bemerkungen: vgl. Hayn-Gotend. IX, 443. - Pallavicino Ferrante, wurde 1615 als Mitglied der alten Adelsfamilie der Pallavicini in Piacenza geboren. Als Verfasser von Satiren und Schmähschriften wurde er 1644 in Avignon von päpstlichen Schergen enthauptet. Unter anderem schmähte er Papst Urban VIII Barberini, jenem Papst der laut Pallavicini Jesus den Bart geschnitten habe (barba). Außerdem schrieb er gegen die Jesuiten, die römische Inquisition, die die Verleger ruinierte, und nicht zuletzt gegen die Spanier, die zu jener Zeit Teile Italiens besetzt hielten. Pallavicino verbrachte sechs Monate im Kerker bevor er entkam. Dennoch setzte er seine Attacken auf den Papst fort. In dieser Zeit verfasste er das anti-jesuitische Werk `La Retorica delle puttane`. Die 15 Lektionen der alten Hure in seinem Roman beruhten auf jenem Handbuch, daß in Jesuitenschulen in Verwendung war. Das war ein Schritt zu viel gewesen. Abermals musste Pallavicino fliehen. Durch Verrat fiel er den Päpstlichen in Avignon in die Hände. Nach vierzehn Monaten Haft wurde er dort enthauptet. Siehe auch: Laura Coci: `Bibliografia di Ferrante Pallavicino`, Studi secenteschi 24 (1983: 221ff.). Schlagworte: LiteraturEUR 504,79 (inkl. 10,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2019-03-20).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag [Wien, Austria]
2012-01-20 14:29:39
MEJER, JOHANNES:
. Handkoloreret kobberstik af Matthias og Nicolai Petersen. Husum 1652. 40,2 x 53,2 cm. * Meget dekorativt kort over omradet mellem Kolding fjord og Genner fjord, mod vest til hvor Gelsaa og Fladsaa mödes. Johannnes Mejer (1606-74) er et af de störste navne i dansk kartografis historie. Han udarbejdede et imponerende antal kort men opnaede kun at fa udgivet de 40 han tegnede over hertugdömmerne. Disse kort nöd stor anseelse og var gennem 150 ar forbillede for alle kort over dette omrade..
Bookseller: Peter Grosell, Antiquarian Bookseller
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2012-01-06 17:19:02
Stirrup, Thomas
London: Thomas Pierrpont, 1652. London: Thomas Pierrpont. Near Fine with no dust jacket. 1652. First Edition. Hardcover. Horology; Sun Dials; Astronomy; We fit archival quality clear acrylic covers for additional protection whenever possible. ; Wood engraved; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 200 pages; Rebound in later full dark calf with four raised bands and a red and gilt lether spine label. Original end papers are bound in. Title page is facsimile. This is the 1652 1st edition including appendix. Some penciled and penned notations. Striking appearance in FINE condition binding with NEAR FINE well preserved contents. One copy in National Library of France of the 2nd edition 1659. British National Library 3 copies- 1652, 1659 (2 copies). No copy in the online Library of Congress records. One other copy listed for sale on line. SCARCE. Horometria: or the compleat diallist: wherein the whole mystery of the art of dialling is plainly taught three several wayes; two of which are performed geometrically by rule and compasse onely: and the third instrumentally, by a quadrant fitted for that purpose. With the working of such propositions of the sphere, as are most usefull in astronomie and navigation, both geometrically and instrumentally. By Thomas Stirrup, philomath. Whereunto is added an appendix, shewing now the parallels of declination; the Jewish, Babylonish, and Italian houres; the azimuths, almicanters, &c. May be easily inscribed on any diall whatsoever, by rule and compasse onely. Also how to draw a diall on the seeling of a room, by W. L. IMPRINT: London : print … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: poor man's books (mrbooks) [Vineland, NJ, U.S.A.]
2012-01-02 16:10:38
Jönsson, Erich ( auch Erich Jönson sowie Erik Jönsson - spater geadelt: Erik Dahlberg )
. Seltener, altkolorierter Kupferstich Erik Jönssons, verlegt bei Merian. Im Mahagonirahmen unter Glas. Nach meiner Kenntnis 1652 entstanden. ( Grösse 33 x 21 cm / gerahmt 44 x 34 cm ). Dargestellt ist die Stadt Kolberg in Hinterpommern ( bezeichnet: Colbergh an der Ost See ) in einer frontalen Aufsicht von einer Höhe herab. Gezeigt und benannt werden : Die Saltzsiederey, Die Munde, Der Thumb, Das Rathauss, Mühlen, Schleuse, Persant Fluvio. Unter der Kartusche findet sich der Eintrag: " Erich Jönsson Delineavit ". Erik Jönsson hatte in den Jahren um 1640 unter dem damaligen schwedischen Stadtkommandanten von Demmin, Conrad Mardefeld, eine aussichtsreiche Karriere als Fortifikationsingenieur begonnen. Diese Karriere war letztlich so erfolgreich, daß Jönsson später unter dem Namen Dahlberg geadelt wurde. Ihm verdanken wir eine nicht geringe Anzahl pommerscher und anderer norddeutscher Städteansichten in den Werken des Verlagshauses Merian. Die kleine Schriftzeile " Erich Jönsson Delineavit" verrät z.B. bei den Ansichten von Kolberg und Stralsund seine Urheberschaft. Der Mahagonirahmen neueren Datums leicht beschädigt. Das Blatt mit kleineren Erhaltungsmängeln ( Mittelfalz, 5 kleinere Flecken, am rechten Rand 3 kleinere Einrisse. Am unteren Rand ( außerhalb der Darstellung ) ein Ausriß ( hinterlegt ). In der rechten Hälfte leicht fleckig bzw. fingerfleckig. Schönes, detailreiches, frühes Blatt Kolbergs. ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available ).
Bookseller: Buchhandlung & Antiquariat Friederichsen
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2011-11-15 15:18:46
Johann Jansson(ius) (gest. 1666)
ca. 1652. Motivmass: 34,5x48,0 Blattmass: 42,0x55,5 Kupferstich aus Germaniae Superioris Altkoloriert.
Bookseller: Conzen Kunsthandel Düsseldorf GbR
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2011-10-23 14:27:10
Nicols Thomas
. . VD 17, 3:302273B - Sinkankas 4757 - Wellcome IV, 236 - Ferguson II, 138 Anm - Sotheran, Suppl. I, 4819 - vgl. Hoover 610; Weil I, 134; Wheeler Gift 136; Honeyman 2339 (engl. Orig.-Ausgabe von 1652).- Seltene erste deutsche Ausgabe.- Übersetzung der in Crambridge 1652 unter dem Titel A Lapidary erschienenen Schrift, "the first independent gemological book written or published by an British author" (Sinkankas). "It had become rare and was an excellent book" (Ferguson), "which (probably for the mystic elements which it contains) proved highly popular, and was translated into several European languages" (Sotheran). - Nicols beschreibt detailliert insges. 89 verschiedene Steine vom Diamanten bis zum "Kiesel-Stein" mit Angabe der Farbe, Eigenschaft, Namensgebung und Wert.- Tls. etw. fleckig u. wasserrandig. Rücken mit kl. ergänz. Fehlstelle, kl. Wurmgängen im Gelenk.# Rare first German edition, translation of the writing 'A Lapidary' published in Crambridge in 1652.- Contemp. manuscript-vellum with red initials and rubrications and paper label.- Partly waterstaining, spine with cutout (rebacked) and a few wormholes at joints.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller
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2011-09-21 20:25:16
Scapula, Johannes; Zvingeri, Jacobi
Lugduni Batavorum Typis Bonaventurae & Abrahahami Elzeviriorum & Francisci Hackii, [Leiden], 1652. 8pp, 895pp [1790 columns]; 236pp, 183pp [366 columns]. Title page 'tree' vignette including words 'non solus'. Additum Auctarium Dialectorum, In Tabulas Compendiose Redactarum. Accedunt Lexicon Etymologicum, Cum Thematibus Investigatu Dissicilioribus & Anomalis et Joan. Meursii Glossarium Contractum Hactenus Desideratum. Greek and Latin Dictionary. Lexicon comprises 1790 columns, 236 page index and a final section on Greek dialect written by Jacobi Zvingeri. N.B.: Heavy volume-shipping supplement applies-please ask for shipping quote stating country of destination. Cover rubbed and detached. Spine missing. Marbled eps. Title page darkened with 3 inch repaired tear one inch above base at spine impacting across one word. Darkening to page ends. Contents tight [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Barter Books Ltd [Alnwick, NORTH, United Kingdom]
2011-09-21 20:25:16
SCAPULA, JOHANNES
Joannes Blaeu & Ludovicum Elzevirium, Amsterdam. Folio, 4 preliminary leaves, lexicon in 1790 columns and thus paged, 119 leaves of indices, 1 blank leaf & 366 columns; printed in greek and roman letter; title printed in red and black, woodcut initials and ornaments; title-p. a little soiled else a nice copy in 20th century full paneled brown calf, gilt-lettered direct on blindstamped spine, sprinkled edges. "John Scapula was on the staff of the author and printer, Henri Estienne, whose great Greek Thesaurus was published at Geneva in 1572. Estienne had spent twelve years of his life in research on this work and in consequence it had to be very costly. Scapula decided to leave the firm and on doing so 'lifted' much of Estienne's material, which he incorporated into his own great lexicon, first published at Basel in 1580, at a cheap price. Scapula's work went through edition after edition, whereas the real author's work 'hung fire' and he was practically ruined" (Maggs Catalogue 891, item 382). "The two editions of 1652 are the most esteemed, and sell at a very high price - from their extraordinary rarity" (Dibdin). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB) [St. Paul, MN, U.S.A.]
2011-09-03 10:33:17
Brandenburg:
1652. Cum Ducatibus Pomeraniae et Mekelenburgi". Die Karte zeigt die Ostseeküste begrenzt durch Lübeck-Uelzen im Westen und Rügenwalde im Osten. Im Süden Dessau-Krossen. Weiterhin sind 2 kleine fig. Kartuschen (1 Wappen) am unteren Rand abgebildet, sowie Windrosen, Segelschiffe und 3 kleinere Wappen im Kartenbild. Bis an den Rand beschnitten, und Berlin in der Mitte,siehe Foto. Diese Karte gibt es in verschieden Formaten mit leicht abweichenden Bild und von wohl verschiedenen Kartografen (bei Merian, Blaeu, Jansonius), unsere Variante wohl bei Merian...?! MwSt 7% Wenn Sie weitere Bilder wünschen, schreiben Sie uns eine Email, wir schicken Ihnen dann die gewünschten Motive zu.
Bookseller: BerlinAntiquariat, Karl-Heinz Than [Berlin, Germany]
2011-08-09 07:17:56
ORSATO Sertorio.
Frambotto, Padova, 1652. gr. vol. in folio, pp. (24), 352, (30), belliss. leg. p. pelle coeva con ricchi fregi oro e tass. al d. con nervi, tagli spruzzati. Antip. allegorico inc. in rame firmato J. Georg. Bel ritratto dell’A. inc. in rame dallo stesso incisore. Con 53 figg. xilogr. e in rame n.t. raffiguranti iscrizioni antiche, rilievi, antichità. L’opera più importante e ricercata del nobile storico padovano (1617-1679), che costituisce un tributo erudito alla propria città che gli valse il titolo di cavaliere da parte della Repubblica Veneta. Picc. dif. alle cuffie ma ottimo esempl. [001]
Bookseller: SCRIPTORIUM Studio Bibliografico [Mantova, MN, Italy]
2011-03-30 02:46:55
LAET, JOHANNES DE,
Amsterdam, Gerrit van Goedisberg, 1652. 12mo. (XII)+438+(6) pp. Met gegraveerde titelplaat. Reg. Gebonden. Perkament uit de tijd. Goed ex. (Achterplat iets vlekkig). * Zeldzame Nederlandse vertaling van Belgii confoederati Respublica (Leyden, 1630).
Bookseller: Charbo's Antiquariaat [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2011-02-02 01:46:20
SARDAGNA, Ludovico].
Merian M., Frankfurt am Main, 1652. Prospetto posteriore dell’arco trionfale eretto in contrada S. Marco in occasione della visita a Trento dell’imperatore Ferdinando IV nel 1648. Due personaggi in primo piano, riconoscibile sullo sfondo a sx. il Palazzo delle Albere. Titolo entro cartiglio in alto a dx., ai lati dell’aquila imperiale si legge "Omnia transcendo". Scheda bibliografica tratta da "Imago tridenti: incisioni e libri illustrati dal XV al XVIII secolo" di Franco Cappelletti, scheda n. 26 pag. 123. Formato: Incisione su rame di dimensioni 19,5x28,5 cm. Buono, ordinari segni d’uso e del tempo.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Adige [TRENTO, Italy]
2011-02-02 01:46:20
SARDAGNA, Ludovico].
Merian M., Frankfurt am Main, 1652. Prospetto anteriore dell’arco trionfale eretto in contrada S. Marco in occasione della visita a Trento dell’imperatore Ferdinando IV nel 1648. Sullo sfondo si intravede il castello del Buonconsiglio, in primo piano quattro personaggi. Il titolo in alto a sx. entro cartiglio, ai lati dell’aquila imperiale si legge "Regendo tegit:Tegento regit". Secondo W. Belli i disegni preparatori sono attribuibili a Ludovico Sardagna, mentre è ipotizzabile che l’incisore sia lo stesso Matthäus Merian. Scheda bibliografica tratta da "Imago tridenti: incisioni e libri illustrati dal XV al XVIII secolo" di Franco Cappelletti, scheda n. 25 pag. 121. Disponibile in cornice per euro 600. Formato: Incisione su rame di dimensioni 20x29,5 cm. Buono, ordinari segni d’uso e del tempo.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Adige [TRENTO, Italy]
2010-10-26 10:45:49
SCAPULA, JOHANNES
Amsterdam: Joannes Blaeu & Ludovicum Elzevirium, 1652. Folio, 4 preliminary leaves, lexicon in 1790 columns and thus paged, 119 leaves of indices, 1 blank leaf & 366 columns; printed in greek and roman letter; title printed in red and black, woodcut initials and ornaments; title-p. a little soiled else a nice copy in 20th century full paneled brown calf, gilt-lettered direct on blindstamped spine, sprinkled edges. "John Scapula was on the staff of the author and printer, Henri Estienne, whose great Greek Thesaurus was published at Geneva in 1572. Estienne had spent twelve years of his life in research on this work and in consequence it had to be very costly. Scapula decided to leave the firm and on doing so 'lifted' much of Estienne's material, which he incorporated into his own great lexicon, first published at Basel in 1580, at a cheap price. Scapula's work went through edition after edition, whereas the real author's work 'hung fire' and he was practically ruined" (Maggs Catalogue 891, item 382). "The two editions of 1652 are the most esteemed, and sell at a very high price - from their extraordinary rarity" (Dibdin).
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [U.S.A.]
2010-10-24 19:59:53
Regnier, Mathurin
Leiden: Chez Jean & Daniel Elsevier, 1652. [viii], 202, [4] pp. 1 vols. 12mo. Full crimson morocco, a.e.g., signed Gruel on binder's leaf in rear. A pretty copy in an elegant binding. [viii], 202, [4] pp. 1 vols. 12mo. Brunet IV 1188 ("jolie édition")
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2010-10-19 19:55:02
VREDEMAN DE VRIES, Jan & MAROLOIS, Samuel
Amsterdam: Jan Jansson, 1652. Reprint. hardcover. very good. Small thick folio containing 3 separate titles, each with a fine engraved title. Bound in old calf, well-worn & cracked but sound; scattered foxing and soiling but plates generally clean. FIRST: La Perspective, Contenant la Theorie, Practique, et Instruction Fondementale Illustree de plusieurs belles ordonnances d'Architecture, comme de Temples, Palais, Galeries, Jardins, Marchez a l'antique et moderne, clairement expliquees pour tous Architectes, Ingenieurs et Amateurs par Jean Vredeman Frison et augmentee par Samuel Margolois. (1), 42pp followed by 73 double-page plates, all finely engraved architectural views. Amsterdam: Jan Jansson, 1652. 2nd edition in French? SECOND: L'Architecture contenant la Toscane, Dorique, Ionique, Corinthiaque, et composee, faict par Henri Hondius. Avec quelques belles ordonnances d'Architecture mises en perspective par Vredeman. (18)pp followed by 30 double-page engraved plates, two of which are loose (possibly supplied from another copy). Amsterdam: Jan Jansson, 1628. First edition in French? THIRD: Fortification ou Architecture Militaire tant offensive que deffensive; Supputee et dessignee par Samuel Marolois. Reueue Augmentee et Corrigee par Albert Girard, Mathematicien. (2), 42, (2), 46, (6)pp followed by 42 double-page engraved plates. Amsterdam: Jan Jansson, 1627. 2nd edition in French? From the library of art historian Meyer Schapiro, with his small signature on endpaper.
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2010-10-19 09:24:10
GUNTER, Edmund
With engraved frontispiece of Gunter's scale, engraved allegorical title, and additional title for Canon triangulorum, or tables of artificiall sines and tangents dated 1652; numerous woodcut text illustrations, diagrams and charts many full-page, woodcut initials, head- and tailpieces. Complete with the 4 slips tipped in, all uncut in their original sheets, including the often-lacking volvelle, The Nocturnall. Contemporary speckled calf, re-backed and re-cornered; signature Pp browned and foxed, otherwise an excellent copy from the library of Frank L. Streeter, with his bookplate. First edition of the collected works of Gunter. Although the title states that this is a third edition, neither STC, Wing, nor NUC record anything earlier; it is most likely that earlier editions of the Canon and the Sector were taken into account. Included is Gunter's first published work, the Canon triangulorum (first printed 1620), which was the first table of trigonometric functions to be published, and which includes at the end The first thousand logarithmes now againe set forth by the author Henrie Briggs. Gunter is widely considered to be one of the inventors of the logarithm, along with Napier (1550-1617) and Gunter's close friend Henry Briggs (1561-1630). Gunter's important descriptions of his ground-breaking instruments as well as his considerable work on surveying figure in the present work.& & Gunter (1581-1626), mathematician and professor of astronomy, was one of the great instrument-makers of the seventeenth century. He made numerous scientific contributions to math … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-09-13 13:45:33
NAERDERE UNIE.
Arnhem, Jacob van Biesen, 1652. - Den tweeden druck, grootelijcks vermeerdert en verbetert. 12mo. (XII)+358 pp. Gebonden. Perkament uit de tijd. Goed ex. (Stempel op titel, laatste paar pagina's iets watervl. in marge).
Bookseller: Charbo's Antiquariaat
2010-08-22 02:19:15
CAMUS, JEAN PIERRE (Bishop of Belley).:
London, printed by J.G. for Edw. Dod and Nath. Eking, 1652.. FIRST EDITION, 1652, translated by Major Wright, fine binding. Small 4to, 190 x 140 mm, 7¼ x 5½ inches, engraved frontispiece signed Vaughan sculpsit facing 12 line verse entitled The Minde of the Frontispiece, title page printed red and black, woodcut headpieces and initials, pages xvi, 372, Dedication leaf A3 misbound among the commendatory poems in the prelims between a1 and a2, it should follow the title page, collated and guaranteed complete, finely bound in full crushed morocco, triple ruled gilt border to covers, gilt ruled raised bands, richly gilt in compartments, gilt lettered, all edges gilt, elaborate gilt inner dentelles (turn ins), marbled endpapers. Very small rectangular mark to front pastedown caused by removal of label, (probably the Robert Hoe leather label), a few pale brown spots to 1 page, 7 very small neat corrections to the text, otherwise contents clean and bright, binding tight and firm and in excellent condition. A very good copy in an attractive binding. Jean-Pierre Camus (1584-1652) Bishop of Belley from 1609-1628 was a fervent disciple of Saint François de Sales. He was a prolific writer, author of at least 186 works. These include about 30 works of fiction, both novels or romances and short stories. His dark and violent stories, often based on contemporary anecdotes or criminal incidents (he wrote over 1000 such works) were in the tradition of the horrific tales ("histoires tragiques") of Matteo Bandello, popular in France in the late Renaissance and early seventeenth century. His lo … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-08-11 21:48:10
Helmont, Johann Baptist van; Ioanne Baptista van Helmont; Franciscus Mercurius van Helmont; Francisco Mercurio van Helmont
Amersterodami: Ludovicum Elzevirium. 1652. Third edition. Hardcover. Good. "Editio nova, cumque locupletiori rerum & verborum indice, pro illa Venetiis nuper excusa, multam partem adauctior reddita & exornatior." (possibly a Third edition?). Full leather, raised bands, gilt title and decorations at spine, 894 pp. + index, Good copy only, pages 5925-722 burned but lovingly restored, old owner's ink notations to the text and signature on the front pastedown, foxing and soil throughout, covers with wear including some loss to the edges, some cracking/chipping to the leather. A rare book. Our copy housed in protective glassine. Digital images sent upon request.
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2010-08-06 12:42:08
HADERSLEV - MEJER, JOHANNES:
. Handkoloreret kobberstik af Matthias og Nicolai Petersen. Amsterdam: J. Blaeu 1652. 41,7 x 53,5 cm. * Fint eksemplar af Mejers kort over omradet fra Tönder i syd, langs vestkysten med Romö og Manö, op ad Kongeaen til Vamdrup og derfra via Ll. Nustrup, Bevtoft og Agerskov til Lögumkloster. Den store anseelse, som Mejers kort nöd, ses bl.a. af at datidens bedste kartograf köbte de originale kobberplader for at genoptrykke dem i sit store atlas. Kun aendrede Blaeu kortets tysksprogede titel til latin..
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2010-07-31 11:09:25
SCAPULA IOANNES.
Elzevier,, Amsterdam, 1652. Cm. 36, pp. (8) + colonne 1790, cc. 121 + pp. 365. Frontespizio in rosso e nero con marchio tipografico in xilografia. Solida ed elegante legatura (d'inizio Ottocento?) in piena pelle interamente decorata, dorso a nervi con titoli e ricchi fregi. Poche tracce d'uso. Esemplare genuino e ben conservato, impreziosito da una legatura assai decorativa. Si tratta dell'edizione più ricercata di questo classico nell'ambito della linguistica antica pubblicato in originale nel 1580. Le ultime 365 pagine contengono il testo dello Zwinger: Graecarum dialectorum Hypotyposis". Cfr. Brunet (V, 181); "Èdition trés bien exécutée et qui a eté lontemps la meilleure que l'on eut de ce Dictionnaire". [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
2010-07-27 00:48:15
Botanik - Kasthofer, Karl.
1652. 1. Teil (von 2). VIII S., S. (3)-158. Mit 17 (15 handkolorierten) lithograph. Tafeln. Pp.-Bd. der Zeit mit Papierrückenschild. Lonchamp 1652. - Erste Ausgabe in der Vorzugsausgabe mit den kolorierten Lithographien. - Sehr sauberes, mit Leerblättern durchschossenes Exemplar, Leerblätter teils mit Notizen von alter Hand. - (Rückenkanten berieben). [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Biblion Antiquariat [Zürich, ZH, Switzerland]
2010-07-23 17:44:44
Kupferstich von zwei Platten gedruckt aus Merian, Theatrum Europaeum 1652. Kupferstich von zwei Platten gedruckt aus Merian, Theatrum Europaeum 1652. 24.5x68.5 cm. - Die schöne große Panorama-Ansicht, im Vordergrund die Garonne mit hübscher Bootsstaffage.
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2010-06-15 16:17:37
Sanson
Paris:: Sanson,. 1652.. Double hemisphere world map showing the rivers and water bodies of the world. Original outline color. 20 3/4 x 15 3/4". Depicts Australia prior to Tasman's discoveries, and labels North Australia "Beach" according to Marco Polo, and California as an island. References: Shirley, R.W. (World) 394.
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2010-05-02 14:08:15
[CERVANTES SAAVEDRA, Miguel de ]
London: Printed by Richard Hodgkinsonne for Andrew Crooke,, 1652. Of the Mancha. Translated out of the Spanish [by Thomas Shelton]; now newly Corrected and Amended. Folio (278 ×182 mm). Contemporary brown calf, spine gilt in compartments, brown morocco label. Extra-illustrated with 8 engraved folding plates. Spine and corners skilfully repaired, boards lightly rubbed and scuffed, title page expertly restored where the top edge was cut away affecting part of the word "history", closed repaired tears to each plate, handwritten notes to front free endpaper and plate II, contents a bit toned. A good copy. Second complete edition in English. The Shelton translation was the most popular version of Don Quixote circulating in England during the 17th century. Part I was originally published in 1612 and part II in 1620. Shelton's "original was the Velpius edition published in Brussels in 1607. The signs of haste in the translation, which took Shelton only forty days, do not hide his verve, command of Spanish, and knowledge of Spain" (ODNB). A third edition of this translation appeared in 1675. A variant issue of this edition has Andrew Crooke's address "at the Green-Dragon in Pauls Church-yard" added in the imprint: priority between the two, if any, is not known.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington [United Kingdom]
2010-04-03 07:52:47
FRENCH (John)
Printed for E. Dod, and N. Ekins. 1652. First Edition, 12mo, [viii],124,[2]pp., title with early ownership signatures partly crossed-out, library stamp to verso of title-page, A1 and final contents leaf, label to front pastedown, later calf, rubbed, label to upper cover. John French, (circa 1616-1657) was an English physician who also served as an army doctor, "he was a keen advocate of the chemical methods pioneered by Paracelsus and Van Helmont, whose ideas, and those of their followers, he attempted to popularize in the 1650s through original works and translations. From the late 1640s he was also closely associated with the circle of Samuel Hartlib, and was well respected by many, including Robert Boyle, for his expertise in the practical side of chemistry and mineralogy. According to Hartlib, French knew 'all the places for Minerals in England, and hath a great store of all manner of Oares'… In addition, as physician to the Savoy Hospital, he would appear to have encouraged the implementation of various new approaches to medical training and practice, including the use of spa water treatments for maimed soldiers (his 'The Yorkshire Spaw' appeared in 1652), and anatomical dissection."—(Oxford DNB). Wing, F2175; Boyne, The Yorkshire Library, p. 255.
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2010-03-22 10:56:27
Scapula, Johannes; Zvingeri, Jacobi
Lugduni Batavorum Typis Bonaventurae & Abrahahami Elzeviriorum & Francisci Hackii, 1652. [Leiden]: Lugduni Batavorum Typis Bonaventurae & Abrahahami Elzeviriorum & Francisci Hackii. Cover rubbed and detached. Spine missing. Marbled eps. Title page darkened with 3 inch repaired tear one inch above base at spine impacting across one word. Darkening to page ends. Contents tight. 1652. Editio Nova Accurata. Leather cover. 380mm x 230mm (15" x 9"). 8pp, 895pp [1790 columns]; 236pp, 183pp [366 columns]. Title page 'tree' vignette including words 'non solus'. Additum Auctarium Dialectorum, In Tabulas Compendiose Redactarum. Accedunt Lexicon Etymologicum, Cum Thematibus Investigatu Dissicilioribus & Anomalis et Joan. Meursii Glossarium Contractum Hactenus Desideratum. Greek and Latin Dictionary. Lexicon comprises 1790 columns, 236 page index and a final section on Greek dialect written by Jacobi Zvingeri. N.B.: Heavy volume-shipping supplement applies-please ask for shipping quote stating country of destination. .
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2010-03-21 01:15:33
Du Moulin, Pierre
Hague: Adriani Viac, 1652. 189 pages. 12 x 7 cm. [A12-I11]. A response to John Milton's "Pro Populo Anglicano Defensio, " published 1651 in which the author defends Charles II, and denounces Milton's attack. "Milton's Latin works when they are taken as a whole, their interest is considerable; and it is unfortunate-with a misfortune not likely now to be decreased-that few people know them first hand." [see: CHEL, Vol. VII, p.130]. Text slightly embrowned, spine head nicked. 18th century full brown calf, red morocco spine label lettered in gilt. Very good. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Royoung Bookseller, Inc. ABAA [Ardsley, NY, U.S.A.]
2010-03-01 01:02:47
Du Moulin, Pierre
Hague: Adriani Vlacq, 1652. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good +. [16], 148 p.; 13 cm. Signatures: [fleuron]8 A-F12 G2 (12mo). Original vellum with title written on spine in an old hand. First edition. Published anonymously, but written by Pierre Du Moulin. See J. Shawcross, Milton: A Bibliography for the Years 1624-1700, p. 285; annotation on Thomason copy: "March. 22. London". An attack on John Milton's "Pro Populo Anglicano Defensio" (published 1651), Cromwell, and the executioners of Charles I in 1649. Milton replied in his Defensio Secunda, 1654. In Very Good+ Condition: vellum is somewhat stained and soiled; some vellum rubbed away along front fore-edge; old ink marks on front free endpaper; pages are otherwise clean and tight.
Bookseller: Classic Books and Ephemera, IOBA [Lansdowne, PA, U.S.A.]
2010-01-27 18:51:46
Stirrup, Thomas
London: Thomas Pierrpont. Near Fine with no dust jacket. 1652. First Edition. Hardcover. Horology; Sun Dials; Astronomy; We fit archival quality clear acrylic covers for additional protection whenever possible. ; B&W Illustrations; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 200 pages; Rebound in full dark calf with four raised bands and a red and gilt lether spine label. Original end papers are bound in. Title page is facsimile. This is the 1652 1st edition including appendix. Some penciled and penned notations. Striking appearance in FINE condition binding with NEAR FINE well preserved contents. One copy in National Library of France of the 2nd edition 1659. British National Library 3 copies- 1652, 1659 (2 copies). No copy in the online Library of Congress records. One other copy listed for sale on line. SCARCE. Horometria: or the compleat diallist: wherein the whole mystery of the art of dialling is plainly taught three several wayes; two of which are performed geometrically by rule and compasse onely: and the third instrumentally, by a quadrant fitted for that purpose. With the working of such propositions of the sphere, as are most usefull in astronomie and navigation, both geometrically and instrumentally. By Thomas Stirrup, philomath. Whereunto is added an appendix, shewing now the parallels of declination; the Jewish, Babylonish, and Italian houres; the azimuths, almicanters, &c. May be easily inscribed on any diall whatsoever, by rule and compasse onely. Also how to draw a diall on the seeling of a room, by W. L. IMPRINT: London : printed by R. & W. Leybourn, for Thomas Pierrepont, at the S … [Click Below for Full Description]
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