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        [four lines in Greek, then] Vetus testamentum graecum

      Londini: Rogerus Daniel 8vo (17.5 cm, 6.9"). [8], 1279, [3], 186, [2] pp.. 1653 First edition of the Septuagint printed in England, edited by the scholar and Socinian controversialist John Biddle. Two issues of this edition are known to exist: This is a copy of issue B: Further, there are two states of issue B: This is the variant with 16 lines of text in the dedication. => The Greek type is small, but readable and elegant. This edition includes the Scholia, with a separate title-page ("In Sacra Biblia Graeca ex versione LXX. interpretum Scholia; simul et interpretum cæterorum lectiones variantes"); the Old Testament is printed in double-column format, and the title-page in red and black. Contemporary speckled calf, covers framed in triple blind fillets, spine with gilt-stamped leather title-label (chipped) and blind-tooled ray decorations in head and foot compartments; sides with small scuffs and patches of mild to moderate discoloration, leather chipped at head of spine and nicked at lower front edge, spine leather showing thin cracks. Pastedowns and front free endpaper lacking, back free endpaper and fly-leaves partially excised. Pages trimmed very closely, in a few cases touching headers or first or last letters. Title-page with early inked ownership inscription, lined through. Occasional small ink spots, touching but virtually never obscuring letters; one leaf with three words corrected in an early inked hand; scattered instances of early underlining in colored pencil. Mild age-toning. => A landmark of Bible printing in England.

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        Hispanicae dominationis arcana per I. L. W. - Virgilii Malvezzi Marchionis Princeps, eiusque arcana: In vita Romuli repraesentata. Latinitate donavit Johannes Kruuss I. F. 2 Werke in einem Band.

      Lugd Batavor Apud Abraham Commelinum et D Lopez de Haio - Lug Bat Apud Elzevirios 1636 1653 - O-Ganzpergamentband, Einband Gebrsp., Buchblock etwas gelockert, auf dem Vorsatz Papierschild der Brown-Lindsay Library, Hispanicae: Kupferstichtitelkblatt mit der Abbildung dreier Männer (knapp beschnitten), (2) Inhaltsverzeichnis (knapp beschnitten), 208 Seiten. Marchionis Princeps: Kupferstichtitelblatt mit Darstellung des Romulus, ihn umgebende Raben und der Säugescene der Wölfin, (26) mit Holzschnittvignetten und Initialien, 139 Seiten, 12,7 x 7,3 cm. Buch 1. Der niederländische Humanist Weidner (1588 - 1655) demaskiert in seinem "Kompendium antihispanischer Vorwürfe" die "Geheimnisse des Spanischen Regiments". Er berichtet über die Greultaten der Inquisition, die Unterdrückung der amerikanischen Urbevölkerung, die Arroganz der Spanier in Portugal, Neapel, Belgien und Catalonien. Das Werk ist eine Reaktion auf die spanische Unterdrückung der Niederlande im dreißigjährigen Krieg. Buch 2. Jacob Bauer verzeichnet in seiner "Bibliotheca Librorum Rariorum" schon 1771 diese Ausgabe des Werkes Malvezzis als "Rarus libellus". Die Erstausgabe dieses Werkes erschien 1635 unter dem Titel "Ritratto del privato politico cristiano". Virgilio Malvezzi (1595 - 1653) geboren in Bologna wird von 1623 bis 26 in den Listen der spanischen Truppen in Italien und Flandern geführt. Anschließend bekleidet er mehrere Jahre einen hohen Posten in Bolognia. Ab etwa 1535 lebt er, auf Einladung des Duque de Olivares in Madrid am Hofe Felipe IV. Er war der erste Biographen weltlicher Personen, der zum ersten Mal "el interior ignorado" (Quevedo, Obras completas p. 1542) das Innere bis dahin ignorierte, miteinbezieht. Nach dem Fall des Olivares kehrt er nach Bologna zurück bearbeitet die Biographien von Coriolano und Alcibiades. 1554 stirbt er. (Agnes Delange, Criticón 2006, 61 ff.) Johan Jespersson Kruuss übersetzte das Werk Malvezzis ins Lateinische und schrieb das ausführliche Vorwort. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        HISTORIA ECCLESIASTICA della Città e Territorio e Diocesi di Vicenza, raccolta da. da Vicenza Pred. dell’ordine de Fri. Minori Cappuccini della Provinc. di S. Antonio.

      Rosio, 1653 (per i primi 3 libri) poi Bressan 1760-62 (per gli altri ultimi 3 libri), Vicenza, - 6 parti in 3 gr. voll. in-4, pp. (24), 295, (2); (8), 298, (14); (16), 320, (8); XII, 429, (2); (4), 458, (2); VII, 209, (2), leg. ottocentesca cartone con doppio tass. in pelle ai d. con tit. e fregi oro. Splendido front. inc. in rame nei primi 3 libri, sempre differente, con figure di Santi e Protettori della città, pianta e veduta di Vicenza (piazza dei Signori e Porta Monte), stemma araldico della città in rame alla dedicatoria. Al primo libro doppio front. in rame e una gr. tav. rip. in rame con l’indice e i ritratti dei Santi vicentini in edicola barocca. Fregi, iniziali e final. xilogr. Le ultime 3 parti furono pubblicate postume, morendo l’A. nel 1656. I libri II e VI sono leggermente più alti dei restanti. Belliss. esempl. a larghi margini completo in ogni sua parte, di estrema rarità. [205]

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        Commentarius ad Institutionum Juris Civilis Libros IV, Brevis.

      1653 - Commentary on the Institutes by a Notable Dutch Humanist Zoes, Hendrik [1571-1627]. Andreas, Valerius [1588-1655], Editor. Commentarius ad Institutionum Juris Civilis Libros IV. Brevis, Analiticus, Methodicus. Quaestionibus Controversis PAssim Insertis: Cum Additionibus Perpetuis, Wx Jure Potissimum Consuetudinario Harem Vicinarumque Provinciarum, Auctire Valeria Andrea, Desselio. Louvain: Typis Hieronymi Nempaei, 1653. [xii], 758, [20] pp. Quarto (10" x 7-1/4"). Contemporary vellum with lapped edges and later cloth ties, marbled paper pasted to boards, spine, with later lettering piece and gilt author name, colored to resemble calf, speckled edges. Light rubbing to boards, moderate rubbing to extremities, vellum beginning to crack through pastedowns, which have some minor worming, along with the hinges. Title page, with large woodcut printer device, printed in red and black, some worming to pastedpwns. Moderate toning to text, somehwt heavier in places. Neat early underlining in a few places, interior otherwise clean. Ex-library. Stamps to endleaves and a few other places. An appealing copy of a scarce title. * First edition. Zoes was an notable Dutch humanist jurist, later the rector of the University of Louvain. His commentaries on the Code, Digest and Institutes of Justinian and the Decretals of Gregory IX were highly regarded works that went through several editions. All editions of Institutionum are scarce. No copies of this edition located on OCLC. Dekkers, Bibliotheca Belgica Juridica 197. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        HISTORIA ECCLESIASTICA della Città e Territorio e Diocesi di Vicenza, raccolta da... da Vicenza Pred. dell?ordine de Fri. Minori Cappuccini della Provinc. di S. Antonio.

      Rosio 1653 (per i primi 3 libri) poi Bressan 1760-62 (per gli altri ultimi 3 libri) 6 parti in 3 gr. voll. in - 4, pp. (24), 295, (2); (8), 298, (14); (16), 320, (8); XII, 429, (2); (4), 458, (2); VII, 209, (2), leg. ottocentesca cartone con doppio tass. in pelle ai d. con tit. e fregi oro. Splendido front. inc. in rame nei primi 3 libri, sempre differente, con figure di Santi e Protettori della città, pianta e veduta di Vicenza (piazza dei Signori e Porta Monte), stemma araldico della città in rame alla dedicatoria. Al primo libro doppio front. in rame e una gr. tav. rip. in rame con l?indice e i ritratti dei Santi vicentini in edicola barocca. Fregi, iniziali e final. xilogr. Le ultime 3 parti furono pubblicate postume, morendo l?A. nel 1656. I libri II e VI sono leggermente più alti dei restanti. Belliss. esempl. a larghi margini completo in ogni sua parte, di estrema rarità. [205]

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        Krönungs-Adler. Deß ... Fürsten und Herrn, Herrn Ferdinands deß IV. Erwählten Römischen Königs in Germanien ... Herrn ( Kopftitel).

      . Kupferstich und Typendruck b. Paulus Fürst, 1653, 26 x 36,5 - Blattgr. 42 x 51. Seltener Einblattdruck. Drugulin, Nr. 2385 - Dargestellt ist Krönung Ferdinand IV im Regensburg Dom ( 18. Juni 1653 ). Die Szene ist umgeben von einem doppelköpfigen Reichsadler, in dessen Flügeln die Wappen der Kurfürsten eingearbeitet sind. Am unteren Rand des Kupferstiches die Stadtsilhouette von Regensburg. Unter der Darstellung 2-spaltiger Typentext. - Leider mit kleinen Fehlstellen in der Abbildung und im Typentext.

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        [four lines in Greek, then] Vetus testamentum graecum

      Londini: Rogerus Daniel 8vo (17.5 cm, 6.9"). [8], 1279, [3], 186, [2] pp.. 1653 First edition of the Septuagint printed in England, edited by the scholar and Socinian controversialist John Biddle. Two issues of this edition are known to exist: This is a copy of issue B: Further, there are two states of issue B: This is the variant with 16 lines of text in the dedication. => The Greek type is small, but readable and elegant. This edition includes the Scholia, with a separate title-page ("In Sacra Biblia Graeca ex versione LXX. interpretum Scholia; simul et interpretum cæterorum lectiones variantes"); the Old Testament is printed in double-column format, and the title-page in red and black. Contemporary speckled calf, covers framed in triple blind fillets, spine with gilt-stamped leather title-label (chipped) and blind-tooled ray decorations in head and foot compartments; sides with small scuffs and patches of mild to moderate discoloration, leather chipped at head of spine and nicked at lower front edge, spine leather showing thin cracks. Pastedowns and front free endpaper lacking, back free endpaper and fly-leaves partially excised. Pages trimmed very closely, in a few cases touching headers or first or last letters. Title-page with early inked ownership inscription, lined through. Occasional small ink spots, touching but virtually never obscuring letters; one leaf with three words corrected in an early inked hand; scattered instances of early underlining in colored pencil. Mild age-toning. => A landmark of Bible printing in England.

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        Dell'historia della Compagnia di Giesu'. L'Asia descritta dal P. Daniello Bartoli della medesima compagnia. Parte prima

      Stamperia d'Ignatio de' Lazzeri, Roma 1653 - In 4, pp. (4) + 904 + (8). Manca l'antiporta incisa. Bruniture alle cc. Legatura in?p. pg. coeva con mancanza nella parte inferiore del dorso e abrasione del rivestimento ai piatti. Edizione originale del solo primo volume - mancante della tavola - di questa ponderosa opera di Bartoli (il secondo era dedicato alla storia della compagnia in?Giappone, il terzo in?Cina). L'opera vuole sottolineare l'importanza nodale dell'impegno missionario negli obiettivi della Compagnia in relazione anche alle nuove scoperte geografiche. Bartoli si pone un compito storiografico basato sull'esattezza documentaria e insieme apre spazi a nuovi orizzonti in cui alla volonta' evangelizzatrice si uniscono il desiderio dell'avventura e quello del martirio. ITA

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        The Vertuous, Holy, Christian Life and Death of the Late Lady Letice, Vi-Countess Falkland. With some Additionals

      Printed for Rich: Royston, at the Angel in Ivy-Lane, London 1653 - First separate edition. Engraved frontispiece portrait by William Marshall. [2], 54 [i.e. 94] pp., paginated irregularly: pp. 1-46, 27-50, 31-54. 1 vols. 12mo. First published in 1648, as part of THE RETURNES OF SPIRITUAL COMFORT AND GRIEF IN A DEVOUT SOUL (Wing D2605). A "third edition" (Wing D2606), also of 1653, appeared under the title THE HOLY LIFE AND DEATH OF ?, but with an entirely different, expanded collation (see OCLC: 12730375). This (Wing D2606A) would appear to be the first separate edition of THE LIFE, and it is quite rare thus: ESTC locates only 2 copies in America (UCLA and the Clark Library).To add to the interest of this copy, the verso of the title leaf bears the engraved armorial bookplate of "John Newdigate of the Inner Temple London Esq: 1702". Wing (CD-ROM, 1996) D2606A; ESTC R19150 Eighteenth-century sheep, red leather spine label, lovely copy, early owner's initials on title page and inscription marked through at top edge Engraved frontispiece portrait by William Marshall. [2], 54 [i.e. 94] pp., paginated irregularly: pp. 1-46, 27-50, 31-54. 1 vols. 12mo [Attributes: First Edition]

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        TRAVELS OF SOME DUTCHMEN IN KOREA: With An Account of the Country, & Their Shipwreck on the Island of Quelpaert 1653.

      A FIRST & EARLY DUTCH ACCOUNT OF KOREA DONE IN 1653 - [London 1811, Longman].New half leather over marbled boards,good, pages 517-540, extracted from Pinkerton, translatedfrom the French into English. EXECPTIONALLY RARE Color scans available for this book on request. Description content 2015Copyright Rare Oriental Books Co.

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        Speculum Solis, Das ist: Sonnen-Spiegel, Oder Kunstständiger, leichter und grundrichtiger Bericht von den Sonnenuhren, und was denselbigen angehöret, Vormals Durch M. Franciscum Rittern von Nürnberg in zweyen Theilen beschrieben, Nunmehr aber Mit dem dritten Theil, allerhand neuer Erfindungen vermehret und mit nothwendigen Kupfferstücken gezieret. Durch einen Liebhaber der Studii Mathematici. [i. e.: Georg Philipp Harsdörffer].

      Nürnberg: Paul Fürst 1652 (Kupfertitel: 1653). - Hln. d. spät. 19. Jhdt. kl.-4° (ca. 17 x 14 cm), 46 unn. Bll., mit einem Titelkupfer von Troschel, 2 (von 8) mehrf. gefalt. Kupfertafeln, sowie 10 (1 blattgr.) Textholzschnitten., 3 + 1 Teile in 1 Bd., beigebunden: Ders., Instructio instrumentalis quadrantis novi. Das ist: Beschreibung unnd Unterricht eines newen Quadranten, mit welchem man allerley Gebäw, Thürn, Höch und Länge, ohn einige Rechnung abmessen, Deßgleichen in den Graden der Gestirn Höch, die Minuten finden kan. [.] sampt einer Vergleichung beyder Uhrn, deßgleichen vor nie an Tag gegeben. Auffs neu aufgelegt. Nürnberg, Fürst o.J. (um 1660). 7 unn. Bll. - Titelblatt fleckig u. m. handschr. Besitzvermerk von 1820, Die beiden vollständig erhaltenen Kupfer-Falttafeln sind die Tafeln 4 und 5. Von 3 weiteren Tafeln u. der Weltkarte sind nur kleine Fragmente vorhanden. Durchgehend teils stockfleckig, bzw. gebräunt. 1 Talttafel m. alt hinterklebtem Einriss. 1 Blatt m. einem ca. 2 qcm großem Loch m. einigen Buchstaben Textverlust. Die letzten paar Blätter in der Ecke wasserrandig. ------ Erste Ausgabe der anonymen Neubarbeitung durch Harsdörffer, von dessen Hand auch der hier erstmals veröffentlichte dritte Teil stammt. Beliebte Schrift über Sonnenuhren, mit mehreren instruktiven Holzschnitten im Text. Die zum Aufziehen auf dünne Holzplatten gedachten Kupfertafeln mit verschiedenen Skalen für Sonnenuhren. (vgl. Kat. Reiss & Auvermann, Nr. 139, Pos. 3296). VD17 23:644473R und BV013097057. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Moyse sauvé, Idile heroïque

      New edition after the original published in 1653. Copies of Sainte-Beuve, with his signature on the cover page.Bound in full sheepskin textured brown. Back with nerves decorated. As an exhibit in brown morocco. Traces of rubbing. Good copy. Chez Antoine de Sommaville A Paris 1660 In-12 (8,5x14,5cm) (48) 184pp. relié

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        Historiarum libri

      New edition by John and Daniel Elsevir of Roman history of Livy, in publishing Gronovius. A title frontispiece in volume 1.Blond in full calf binding croisillonné late nineteenth signed Spachmann (English binding). Back decorated coffered frois. Cold framing nets on the boards. Gilt edges. Back slightly passed. Rich inner frieze. fine copy, fresh. Ex Officina Elzeviriana (Elzevir) Lugduni Batavorum (Leyde) 1653-1654 (24) 578pp. (12) et 651pp. (13) et 676pp. (12) reliés

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        Les Estats de la Couronne d' Arragon en Espagne ou sont l' Arragon Royaume, la Catalogne Principté, la Valence Royaume, et les Isles de Maiorque, Roy.me Par le S. Sanson d' Abbeville, Geog. Ord. du Roy. - A Paris Mariette, Rue St. Iacques a l' Esperance, avec Priuilege pour vingt Ans 1653 - Somer sulp':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Jean Somer(s) Pruthenus n. Nicolas Sanson d' Abbeville b. Pierre Mariette d.Ä. in Paris, dat. 1653 (1658), 42 x 54,2 Pastoureau, Les Atlas Francais XVI.-XVII. Siècles, S. 402 ff., Sanson V A 1658, Nr. 70; Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. Q - Z, S. 187 (Jean Somer Pruthenus. Engraver working in Paris for Nicolas Sanson, Pierre Mariette and others. .). - Zeigt die Region Valencia, Aragonien (Aragón), Katalonien (Cataluña) mit der Mittelmeerküste von der französisch-spanischen Grenze bis Alicante sowie die Baleareninseln Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza u. Formentera. - Unten links Kartusche mit Kartentitel, Verlegeradresse u. Datierung in 13 Zeilen; darunter links Stechersignatur ('Somer sulp'). (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        The English Improver Improved, Or, the Survey of Husbandry Surveyed

      London : Printed for John Wright 1653 - 3rd ed. Old boards rebacked on modern leather spine. Red and gold spine label. Strong binding. Collated. [26], 274, Index [12] pp. Engraved title + 2 full page wood engravings + 1 partial-page wood-engraving. Lacks folding plates. Generally, clean and unmarked. Minor worming to initial leaves, near bottom margin. Closed cut on dedication page to the Lord Generall Oliver Cromwell. An important book in the history of English agriculture. "The greatest of the mid-seventeenth-century writers, Walter Blith, aimed higher [than Fitzherbert or Tusser]. Little seems to be known about him, but he brought to a profound practical experience an analytical and receptive mind, and the result was an agrarian counsel, embodied in his English Improver of 1649 and expanded in the English Improver Improved of 1652, which in almost every essential set the pattern of good husbandry until the days of Tull, and in many aspects pointed the fundamental precepts which still underlie good farming. Like every man in the forefront of agricultural thought, he saw much of his advice neglected during his lifetime, but more than a century later his analysis of the theory of plough design was still the standard; and today authority is busily publicizing the practices of ley farming of which he was the great advocate three centuries ago."? Trow-Smith, English Husbandry. Refs: Wing 3196. ESTC R16683. Fussell p.52-53.3rd ed. Old boards rebacked on modern leather spine. Red and gold spine label. Strong binding. Collated. [26], 274, Index [12] pp. Engraved title ("Vive la Republick") + 2 full page wood engravings + 1 partial-page wood-engraving. Lacks the folding plate. Generally, clean and unmarked. Minor worming to initial leaves, near bottom margin. Closed cut on dedication page to the Lord Generall Oliver Cromwell. An important book in the history of English agriculture. "The 3rd impression much augmented ; with an additionall discovery of the severall tooles, and instruments in their formes and figures promised, with a 2nd part, containing six newer peeces of improvement." The 1st edition came out in 1649, this edition is superior and much extended."The greatest of the mid-seventeenth-century writers, Walter Blith, aimed higher [than Fitzherbert or Tusser]. Little seems to be known about him, but he brought to a profound practical experience an analytical and receptive mind, and the result was an agrarian counsel, embodied in his English Improver of 1649 and expanded in the English Improver Improved of 1652, which in almost every essential set the pattern of good husbandry until the days of Tull, and in many aspects pointed the fundamental precepts which still underlie good farming. Like every man in the forefront of agricultural thought, he saw much of his advice neglected during his lifetime, but more than a century later his analysis of the theory of plough design was still the standard; and today authority is busily publicizing the practices of ley farming of which he was the great advocate three centuries ago."? Trow-Smith, English Husbandry. Refs: Wing 3196. ESTC R16683. Fussell p.52-53. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Anatomical exercitations concerning the generation of living creatures

      London: Young, 1653. Harvey, William (1578-1657). Anatomical exercitations concerning the generation of living creatures . . . 8vo. [46], 566 [i.e., 556], [4, including blank N8]pp. Lacking blank A1; leaves A8 and a1 misbound after ¶8. Engraved frontispiece portrait of Harvey by William Faithorne (remargined as usual). London: James Young for Octavian Pulleyn, 1653. 170 x 110 mm. 20th century crushed morocco, gilt-lettered spine, endpapers renewed, binding somewhat tight. Light to moderate dampstaining, title a bit soiled and with a few early ink doodles, lower margin of title reinforced, but overall a very good copy. First Edition in English of Harvey?s De generatione animalium (1651), which contained the first fundamentally new theory of generation since antiquity. The work represents a major advance in the study of animal reproduction, ranking with the works of Fabrizio and Malpighi. Contemporary theories of generation, based on the work of Aristotle and Galen, had held that the fetus was formed by the action of semen on menstrual blood, but Harvey argued, based on his studies of developing chick and deer embryos, that all life arose from eggs (ex ovo omnia)?"he even denied the possibility of spontaneous generation. Harvey also advocated an epigenetic theory of fetal development?"?the additament of parts budding one out of another??"in contrast to the prevailing belief in preformation; Needham, in his History of Embryology, states that Harvey ?handled the question of growth and differentiation better than any before, anticipating the ideas of the present century.? De generatione animalium covers all aspects of conception and birth; its chapter on parturition was the first original work on the subject by an Englishman. Our copy includes the fine portrait engraving of Harvey by Faithorne, which is often missing. ?Many copies of the book lack the engraving, and may never have contained it, but no doubt so fine a work of art, which may have been done by Faithorne from the life, has often been removed by those collectors of engraved portraits who would rather mutilate a book than allow a gap to remain in their portfolios? (Keynes, p. 86). Keynes, Bibliography of the Writings of William Harvey (3rd ed.), 43. Garrison-Morton 467 (Latin ed.).

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        Historiarum Galliae ab excessu Henrici IV. Libri XVIII. Quibus rerum per Gallos totâ Europâ gestarum accurata narratio continetur. Avtore Gabr. Bartholomaeo Gramondo, In sacro Regis Consistorio Senatore, & in Parlamento Tolosano Praeside. Amstelodami, Apud Ludovicum Elzevirium. MDCLIII.

      Amsterdam Ludwig Elzevier 1653 - 1 (weißes) Blatt; 14 Blätter (incl. zweifarbiger Titel mit Druckermarke Rahir "M. 17"); 798 Seiten; 43 Blätter (Register); 1 (weißes) Blatt. Blindgeprägter Schweinslederband der Zeit mit Schließenfragmenten und allseitig gesprenkelten Schnitten. (18,1 x 12,5 cm) Kl.8°. Willems 1160. Rahir 1184. Berghman 1630. Copinger 1923. Graesse III, 133. Brunet VI, 23677. Lengertz 305. Broman 336. - Blindgeprägter, barocker Schweinslederband aus dem Kloster St. Zeno bei Reichenhall mit handschriftlichem Vermerk des Abtes Bernhard Rottenwalder - Zehn Jahre zuvor in Toulouse in Folio erschienen, hier die zweite Ausgabe, die erste (und einzige) bei Elzevier. Behandelt die Geschichte Frankreichs von 1610 - 1629. Mit einem ausführlichen Register. Zum Einband: Der blindgeprägte Schweinslederband über drei (eigentlich 5) Bünden mit Schließbändern, jedoch ohne die Metallteile und die eigentlichen Schließen. Das Leder wurde über Holzdeckel mit abgeschrägten Innenkanten gezogen. Auf dem Rücken handschriftliche Angabe des Verfassers und des Titels, sowie am Schwanz Fragmente einer handschriftlichen Nummer sichtbar. Innen kaum gebräunt oder fleckig, nur am Anfang leichterer alter Wasserschaden sichtbar, da die Schließen fehlen ist der Block etwas sperrig (siehe auch unter Provenienz). Nach Geldner (s.u.) "charakteristisch für die Reichenhaller Einbände ist die Verzierung der Rautenfelder mit geschwungenen Streicheisenlinien, die einen in die Mitte des Feldes gesetzten Stempel mit den Ecken verbinden. Diese Einbandgestaltung könnte stilistische Parallelen zur Salzburger Einbandkunst haben." Dies liegt nun hier gerade nicht vor, die Rollenstempel eher verspielt, wie auch die floralen Motive. Wir vermuten, daß es sich um eine spätere (also natürlich nicht "um 1475 - 1528", sondern etwa zeitgenössisch zum Druckdatum) buchbinderische Arbeit einer Werkstatt der Region handelt, die Zugriff auf die beiden, für das genannte Kloster typischen Stempelplatten hatte, und eigene Rollen- und Streicheisenverzierungen als Rahmen für die beiden Mittelteile dazu prägte. Zur Provenienz: Vergl. EBDB w002516 (Werkstatt im Raum Reichenhall, Oberbayern, möglicherweise auch aus der Klosterbuchbinderei des Augustinerchorherrenstiftes St. Zeno bei Reichenhall. Mit dem eigenhändigen Eintrag des Propstes Bernhard Rottenwalder (1621 - 1696) auf dem Titel: "Emit[to] me Bernhard[us] Praeposit[us] S. Zenoni." (= Dieses Buch habe ich, Bernhard, Propst von St. Zeno, freigegegen [im Sinne von innerkirchlicher Zensur] oder freigelassen [aus dem Besitz des Klosters verkauft/ verschenkt ???]). "Der ehemalige Lesehof von Stift St. Zeno in Bad Reichenhall ist ein zweigeschoßiger Bau mit Walmdach und schlichter Putzfassade. Das Gebäude trägt ein skulptiertes Wappen mit der Bauinschrift "Bernardus Praepositus Zenonis 1652"." Lt. Geldner in "Bekannte und unbekannte bayerische Klosterbuchbindereien der spätgotischen Zeit" war die Binderei "um 1475 - 1528" tätig, was aber nicht ausschließt, daß einzelne Platten dort oder in der Umgebung auch wesentlich später noch weiter genutzt wurden. Die recto verwendete Platte mit dem Christus-Monogramm "IHS mit Kreuz und Strahlenkranz" (EBDB p002489, bzw. EBDB s030572) und die verso eingeprägte "Mondsichel-Madonna mit dem Kind im Strahlenkranz" (EBDB p002490, bzw. EBDB s030573) finden sich jedenfalls auch auf einer Inkunabel (ISTC ib01011400) der Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek (Sign.: 2 Inc.c.a. 3300 b) wieder und werden von der Einbanddatenbank wie folgt zugeschrieben: "EBDB w004177", bzw. "EBDB w003895" (= "Reichenhall ? Landschaft Bayern (Oberbayern) Land Deutschland Wirkungszeit 16. Jh."). Modernes Exlibris auf dem vorderen Innendeckel: "Kerkenbusch". anmerkung: "Rottenwalder, Bernhard ( - 1696) Datensatzkennung cnp00409859 Ansetzung Rottenwalder, Bernhard [GyFmDB] Biographische Daten -1696 Link (h t t p : / / ) thesaurus.cerl. o r g/record/cnp00409859 Letzte Änderung: 2004-07-06 Quellen Werke Rectissime ipsa divina Veritas Christus arboribus comparavit ho [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Anatomical exercitations concerning the generation of living creatures.

      Young, London 1653 - Harvey, William (1578-1657). Anatomical exercitations concerning the generation of living creatures . . . 8vo. [46], 566 [i.e., 556], [4, including blank N8]pp. Lacking blank A1; leaves A8 and a1 misbound after 8. Engraved frontispiece portrait of Harvey by William Faithorne (remargined as usual). London: James Young for Octavian Pulleyn, 1653. 170 x 110 mm. 20th century crushed morocco, gilt-lettered spine, endpapers renewed, binding somewhat tight. Light to moderate dampstaining, title a bit soiled and with a few early ink doodles, lower margin of title reinforced, but overall a very good copy. First Edition in English of Harvey’s De generatione animalium (1651), which contained the first fundamentally new theory of generation since antiquity. The work represents a major advance in the study of animal reproduction, ranking with the works of Fabrizio and Malpighi. Contemporary theories of generation, based on the work of Aristotle and Galen, had held that the fetus was formed by the action of semen on menstrual blood, but Harvey argued, based on his studies of developing chick and deer embryos, that all life arose from eggs (ex ovo omnia)—he even denied the possibility of spontaneous generation. Harvey also advocated an epigenetic theory of fetal development—"the additament of parts budding one out of another"—in contrast to the prevailing belief in preformation; Needham, in his History of Embryology, states that Harvey "handled the question of growth and differentiation better than any before, anticipating the ideas of the present century." De generatione animalium covers all aspects of conception and birth; its chapter on parturition was the first original work on the subject by an Englishman. Our copy includes the fine portrait engraving of Harvey by Faithorne, which is often missing. "Many copies of the book lack the engraving, and may never have contained it, but no doubt so fine a work of art, which may have been done by Faithorne from the life, has often been removed by those collectors of engraved portraits who would rather mutilate a book than allow a gap to remain in their portfolios" (Keynes, p. 86). Keynes, Bibliography of the Writings of William Harvey (3rd ed.), 43. Garrison-Morton 467 (Latin ed.). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Voyagien, behelsende een historie van de oorspronckelijcke ende tegenwoordige standt des Turcksen rijcks: hare wetten/ regeeringe/ politie/ krijghs-macht/ hooven van justitie/ ende koophandel. Als mede, van Egypten . Neffens een beschrijvinge van het H. Landt . Eyndelyck, Italien beschreven met hare nabuerighe eylanden; als Cyprus/ Creta/ Malta/ Sicilia/ de Aolische eylanden; van Roomen/ Venetien/ Napels/ Syracusa/ Mesena/ Aetna/ Scylla/ ende Charybdis/ etc. Uyt 't Engels vertaelt door J. G(lazemaker).

      - Amsterdam, Jacob Beniamin,1653.4to. Later marbled boards. With engraved title, 3 engraved plates and 26 full or half-page engravings in the text. 292 pp.First Dutch edition, first published in London in 1615: A relation of a journey begun A.Dom. 1610. - George Sandys (1578-1644) was the son of the Archbishop of York and a literary figure of some standing. In 1609 he set sail for the East and he spent the next year travelling in Turkey, Egypt and Palestine and later studied antiquities in Rome. His observations first appeared in English in 1615 and his text was soon regarded as a special authority on the Levant. He has been called the first 'classical tourist' of England. Sandys also was interested in colonial promotion, and was one of the undertakers named in the third charter of the Virginia Company in 1611, and later treasurer and a member of the Council. This book also became popular in the Netherlands and was several times republished. - A fine clean copy.Tiele 959; Cat. NHSM I, p.255; Blackmer Collection 1484 (English edition); Atabey Collection 1087 (English edition); Weber 245; Röhricht p.232; Ibrahim-Hilmy p.210; O'Neill, The Ömer Koç Collection, 37 (English ed.). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Reis naar de legerplaats van den Grooten Emir, en beschrijving van de zeeden en gewoonten der woestijn-bewoonende Arabieren ... Tweede druk.Dordrecht, A. Blussé & Zoon, 1802. 8vo. With 3 full-page engraved plates and 1 engraved illustration in text. Contemporary gold-tooled half calf, shell-marbled sides.

      This edition not in Atabey; Blackmer; KVK; NCC; Saalmink; Tiele; WorldCat. A surprisingly rare re-issue of the first Dutch edition of D'Arvieux's Voyage, translated by Gerard Kuipers. Dressed in local costume, D'Arvieux travelled widely in the Levant and was well-versed in Arabic, Turkish, Persian, Hebrew and Syriac languages. He resided in Sidon (or Saïda) from 1653 to 1664, when he was sent on a mission to the Arabs of Mount Carmel, which is narrated in the present work. The account includes a general description of the traditions and customs of nomadic tribes and is illustrated with 3 fine plates. The first edition was edited and posthumously published by Jean La Roque in 1717. The present Dutch edition is a re-issue with a new title-page of the 1780 edition, printed from the same setting of type, and apparently unrecorded.Binding with some light wear, otherwise in very good condition.

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        Historiarum Galliae ab excessu Henrici IV. Libri XVIII. Quibus rerum per Gallos tota Europa gestarum accurata narratio continetur. Avtore Gabr. Bartholomaeo Gramondo, In sacro Regis Consistorio Senatore, & in Parlamento Tolosano Praeside. Amstelodami, Apud Ludovicum Elzevirium. MDCLIII.

      Amsterdam, Ludwig Elzevier 1653.. 1 (weißes) Blatt; 14 Blätter (incl. zweifarbiger Titel mit Druckermarke Rahir "M. 17"); 798 Seiten; 43 Blätter (Register); 1 (weißes) Blatt. Blindgeprägter Schweinslederband der Zeit mit Schließenfragmenten und allseitig gesprenkelten Schnitten. (18,1 x 12,5 cm) Kl.8°.. Willems 1160. Rahir 1184. Berghman 1630. Copinger 1923. Graesse III, 133. Brunet VI, 23677. Lengertz 305. Broman 336. - Blindgeprägter, barocker Schweinslederband aus dem Kloster St. Zeno bei Reichenhall mit handschriftlichem Vermerk des Abtes Bernhard Rottenwalder - Zehn Jahre zuvor in Toulouse in Folio erschienen, hier die zweite Ausgabe, die erste (und einzige) bei Elzevier. Behandelt die Geschichte Frankreichs von 1610 - 1629. Mit einem ausführlichen Register. Zum Einband: Der blindgeprägte Schweinslederband über drei (eigentlich 5) Bünden mit Schließbändern, jedoch ohne die Metallteile und die eigentlichen Schließen. Das Leder wurde über Holzdeckel mit abgeschrägten Innenkanten gezogen. Auf dem Rücken handschriftliche Angabe des Verfassers und des Titels, sowie am Schwanz Fragmente einer handschriftlichen Nummer sichtbar. Innen kaum gebräunt oder fleckig, nur am Anfang leichterer alter Wasserschaden sichtbar, da die Schließen fehlen ist der Block etwas sperrig (siehe auch unter Provenienz). Nach Geldner (s.u.) "charakteristisch für die Reichenhaller Einbände ist die Verzierung der Rautenfelder mit geschwungenen Streicheisenlinien, die einen in die Mitte des Feldes gesetzten Stempel mit den Ecken verbinden. Diese Einbandgestaltung könnte stilistische Parallelen zur Salzburger Einbandkunst haben." Dies liegt nun hier gerade nicht vor, die Rollenstempel eher verspielt, wie auch die floralen Motive. Wir vermuten, daß es sich um eine spätere (also natürlich nicht "um 1475 - 1528", sondern etwa zeitgenössisch zum Druckdatum) buchbinderische Arbeit einer Werkstatt der Region handelt, die Zugriff auf die beiden, für das genannte Kloster typischen Stempelplatten hatte, und eigene Rollen- und Streicheisenverzierungen als Rahmen für die beiden Mittelteile dazu prägte. Zur Provenienz: Vergl. EBDB w002516 (Werkstatt im Raum Reichenhall, Oberbayern, möglicherweise auch aus der Klosterbuchbinderei des Augustinerchorherrenstiftes St. Zeno bei Reichenhall. Mit dem eigenhändigen Eintrag des Propstes Bernhard Rottenwalder (1621 - 1696) auf dem Titel: "Emit[to] me Bernhard[us] Praeposit[us] S. Zenoni." (= Dieses Buch habe ich, Bernhard, Propst von St. Zeno, freigegegen [im Sinne von innerkirchlicher Zensur] oder freigelassen [aus dem Besitz des Klosters verkauft/ verschenkt ???]). "Der ehemalige Lesehof von Stift St. Zeno in Bad Reichenhall ist ein zweigeschoßiger Bau mit Walmdach und schlichter Putzfassade. Das Gebäude trägt ein skulptiertes Wappen mit der Bauinschrift "Bernardus Praepositus Zenonis 1652"." Lt. Geldner in "Bekannte und unbekannte bayerische Klosterbuchbindereien der spätgotischen Zeit" war die Binderei "um 1475 - 1528" tätig, was aber nicht ausschließt, daß einzelne Platten dort oder in der Umgebung auch wesentlich später noch weiter genutzt wurden. Die recto verwendete Platte mit dem Christus-Monogramm "IHS mit Kreuz und Strahlenkranz" (EBDB p002489, bzw. EBDB s030572) und die verso eingeprägte "Mondsichel-Madonna mit dem Kind im Strahlenkranz" (EBDB p002490, bzw. EBDB s030573) finden sich jedenfalls auch auf einer Inkunabel (ISTC ib01011400) der Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek (Sign.: 2 Inc.c.a. 3300 b) wieder und werden von der Einbanddatenbank wie folgt zugeschrieben: "EBDB w004177", bzw. "EBDB w003895" (= "Reichenhall ? Landschaft Bayern (Oberbayern) Land Deutschland Wirkungszeit 16. Jh."). Modernes Exlibris auf dem vorderen Innendeckel: "Kerkenbusch". anmerkung: "Rottenwalder, Bernhard ( - 1696) Datensatzkennung cnp00409859 Ansetzung Rottenwalder, Bernhard [GyFmDB] Biographische Daten -1696 Link (h t t p : / / ) thesaurus.cerl. o r g/record/cnp00409859 Letzte Änderung: 2004-07-06 Quellen Werke Rectissime ipsa divina Veritas Christus arboribus comparavit homines ... - 1696 Namensvarianten Rottenwalder, Bernardus" * Zahlung mit VISA/ MASTERCARD möglich. Versand mit Deutsche Post oder DHL. *

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        The Compleat Angler or the Contemplative Man's Recreation, being a discourse of Fish and Fishing, not unworthy the perusal of most anglers

      London: Printed by T. Maxey for Rich. Marriot, 1653. First edition. Engraved cartouche of fish on title, ten engraved vignettes of fish in text. Title within engraved piscatorial cartouche, 6 engravings of fish within text variously attributed to Lombart, Faithorne or Vaughan, 2 pages of music for "The Angler's Song" by Henry Lawes with one page printed upside down as intended to enable two singers to sing facing each other, type-ornament headpieces, woodcut initial. 1 vols. Small 8vo. Bound without terminal blank R4; leaves F4, Q5-8 and R1-3 in facsimile, a few headlines just shaved; washed and pressed. Early 20th-century olive morocco gilt, paneled sides with corner fleurons and central lozenge, gilt spine with two red leather labels, edges gilt on the rough. In red morocco-backed slipcase with chemise, spine tooled in gilt with crest and motto "veritas", by James McDonald, New York. First edition. Engraved cartouche of fish on title, ten engraved vignettes of fish in text. Title within engraved piscatorial cartouche, 6 engravings of fish within text variously attributed to Lombart, Faithorne or Vaughan, 2 pages of music for "The Angler's Song" by Henry Lawes with one page printed upside down as intended to enable two singers to sing facing each other, type-ornament headpieces, woodcut initial. 1 vols. Small 8vo. The First Walton. First edition of a landmark of English literature. The present copy has A3r in uncorrected state and displays most other errors as noted by Horne (although p. 114 reading VVhen not VVien); p. 245 (with a notorious error) is here in facsimile in the corrected state. The First edition of Walton's perennially popular and never out-of-print angling classic has always been difficult to find. Its tremendous appreciation in value over the last twenty years is an indication of how few copies indeed remain, outside of permanent collections, as well as how relentlessly it is still pursued by collectors.

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        Abschied und Fischer Ordnung/ So die Benachbarte Herrschafften/ denen die Fischentzen/ Under und Oberhalb der Statt Ulm/ an der Thonaw/ und den Wassern darein fliessendt/ zugehören/ in diesem Sechzehenhundert und Drey und Fünffzigsten Jahr/ umb Gemeines Nutzes willen/ wider auff zehen Jahr lang/ die Nächsten/ zu halten gesetzt/ Prorogiert, Ernewert und geordnet haben.

      Ulm, Balthasar Kühne 1653.. Mit gr. Titelholzschnitt und 2 Textholzschnitten. 31 S. HLwd. um 1850. 4°. 17,4 x 15,3 cm.. Schmitt/Appenzeller, Balthasar Kühn 147; nicht im VD 17 (das allerdings eine Ausgabe von 1626 bei Saur kennt, vgl. 1:700332Y); für mich nur ein Exemplar im Ulmer Stadtarchiv nachweisbar, sonst für mich bibliographisch nicht zu ermitteln. - Der Titelholzschnitt zeigt einen Fisch, Kescher, Korbreuse, wohl einen Muschelsieb und eine sogenannte Lyster, ein Fanggerät für Aale. Einer der Textholzschnitte zeigt einen weiteren Fisch zur Illustration eines noch nicht das Fangmaß habenden Tieres. - Der einfache Einband etwas berieben und mit kl. Verlusten am Deckenbezug. Vorderer Spiegel mit handschriftl. Eintrag: "Hafner. In Ulm auf dem alten Markt gekauft anno 1856". Tls. etwas gebräunt.

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        An Ordinance Declaring that the Proceedings in Case of Murther in Ireland shall Bee as Formerly

      William du -Gard, Henry Hills, Printers to His Highness the High Protector - . 4pp. Pamphlet. Printed in 1653. Text in black letter. Rare. Only one known copy in Ireland and US. Keywords: Irish History, Parliament, Commonwealth and Protectorate,1649-1660, Politics and Government, Crime and Punishment. First edition copy. . . . . [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Moyen Universel de Pratiquer la Perspective sur les Tableaux

      1653. BOSSE, A[braham]. Moyen Universel de Pratiquer la Perspective sur les Tableaux. [2], 80 pp. Illustrated with additional engraved title, an engraved title-page for the explanation of the plates (verso is plate one), plus 32 engraved plates, two of which are folding. 8vo., 210 x 130 mm, bound in contemporary speckled French calf, red morocco spine label stamped in gilt. Paris: chez l'auteur, 1653. BOUND WITH: Le peintre converty aux precises et universelles regles de son art. [8], 72 pp. Illustrated with an engraved dedication. Paris: chez l'auteur, 1667. First Edition of each work. A single bound volume of works on perspective and painting by the prolific author on the subjects, Abraham Bosse (1602-1676). Moyen Universel furthered Bosse's controversial promotion of the artistic theories of the French geometer Girard Desargues (1591-1661), who emphasized the importance of an artist's technical understanding of perspective. In it, Bosse discusses and illustrates the application of perspective to the complicated anamorphic designs on vaults and ceilings. Bosse's views lead to his famous dispute with Charles Le Brun, who preferred to deemphasize the technical aspects of art, believing more in an inherent genius that made an artist great. The dispute would end in Bosse's expulsion from the Académie Royale de Peinture et de Sculpture, an institution he helped found. The second work, Le peintre converty, appropriately bound with Moyen Universel, presents a discussion between representatives of different arts on the importance of perspective in each of their disciplines. This is followed by addresses discussing why Bosse believed he was removed from the Académie Royale. Joints a little rubbed and some light toning, overall a handsome copy of two books that together nicely illuminate this well known artistic debate. PROVENANCE: Jacques Laget with his ex-libris on the front paste-down; École Saint Geneviève with their unobtrusive red library stamp on the first title. Massey, The Treatise on Perspective 53-54 (Hubert Damisch's A Tale of Two Sides). Berlin Katalog 2381. Millard, French 33.

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        Wismaria." "Rostochivm." 2 Gesamtansichten auf 1 Blatt

      Kupferstich aus Merian 1653. 29x36.8 cm. zusammen - Beide Ansichten mit hübscher Schiffsstaffage. Oben bis zur Einfassungslinie beschnitten.

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        ROSTOCK: Gesamtansicht, um 1653, Kupferstich, 26x65 cm

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        Excellent naval content letter written in 1653 at the height of the first Anglo-Dutch war

      "Letter signed ""N. Bourne"", one page, 8.5? x 12.5?, May 6, 1653, Deale [Kent County, England], with the attached integral leaf addressed ""To my worthy friends the Commissioners of ye Navy at their office on Tower Hill, London"". Fine. In part, with the original spelling intact: ""This afternoone about 5 came in to this Road 2 shipps from ye Sound laden with Clabords who came through the Hollands fleete... about Noone they consisting of 64 saile the weather very faire. Our fleete yt of them (at least) being within Shott of them & both yr sides firing upon each other. The Enemy steered away before them flying to yr shoare... ye day following thes men heard ye Continental noise of their ordnance. I would not but god will putt an end to this buisness and yt ye Issue will give us cause to be glad in yr god of our Salvation. I have sent out a vessel to discover further & so hasten to subscribe myselfe... "" The First Anglo-Dutch War (1652-1654) was the first of the four Anglo-Dutch Wars. It was fought entirely at sea between the navies of the Commonwealth of England and the United Provinces of the Netherlands. Caused by disputes over trade, the war began with English attacks on Dutch merchant shipping, but expanded to vast fleet actions. The English Navy gained control of the seas around England, and forced the Dutch to accept an English monopoly on trade with England and English colonies."

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        Teutschredender Owenus. Oder Eilf Bücher der Lateinischen Uberschriften des überaus sinnreichen Englischen Dichters Oweni, in Teutsche gebundene Sprache . übersetzet, und mit etlichen Anmerckungen erläutert von Valentin Löbern. In Verlegung Zachariae Hertels

      Hamburg: George Papen 1653 - PGMt.der Zeit mit Besfestigungsschnürchen; unpgn., 16° mit zahlreichen Zierleisten u. Kopf- u. Schlußvignetten. Einband minimal berieben u. gelockert. Titel gestempelt u. mit alten Besitzerzuschriften versehen. Es fehlt letzter Blatt, sonst gut erhaltenes Exemplar. * Our books are stored in our warehouse, not in the shop. If you want to visit us and see a specific book, please notify us in advance. Unsere Bücher werden nicht in unserem Geschäft, sondern in einem Lager am Stadtrand Prags verwahrt. Bitte teilen Sie uns vorher mit, wenn Sie uns besuchen und ein bestimmtes Buch ansehen wollen. * Book Language/s: de

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        Abschied und Fischer Ordnung/ So die Benachbarte Herrschafften/ denen die Fischentzen/ Under und Oberhalb der Statt Ulm/ an der Thonaw/ und den Wassern darein fliessendt/ zugehören/ in diesem Sechzehenhundert und Drey und Fünffzigsten Jahr/ umb Gemeines Nutzes willen/ wider auff zehen Jahr lang/ die Nächsten/ zu halten gesetzt/ Prorogiert, Ernewert und geordnet haben

      Ulm, Balthasar Kühne 1653.. Mit gr. Titelholzschnitt und 2 Textholzschnitten. 31 S. HLwd. um 1850. 4°. 17,4 x 15,3 cm. Schmitt/Appenzeller, Balthasar Kühn 147; nicht im VD 17 (das allerdings eine Ausgabe von 1626 bei Saur kennt, vgl. 1:700332Y); für mich nur ein Exemplar im Ulmer Stadtarchiv nachweisbar, sonst für mich bibliographisch nicht zu ermitteln. - Der Titelholzschnitt zeigt einen Fisch, Kescher, Korbreuse und 2 weitere Fischereiutensilien, wohl einen Muschelsieb und eine Angel; einer der Textholzschnitte zeigt einen weiteren Fisch zur Illustration eines noch nicht das Fangmaß habenden Tieres. - Der einfache Einband etwas berieben und mit kl. Verlusten am Deckenbezug. Vorderer Spiegel mit handschriftl. Eintrag: "Hafner. In Ulm auf dem alten Markt gekauft anno 1856". Tls. etwas gebräunt.

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        Opuscola varia Mathematica nunc primum in lecem edita

      ex typogr. Caroli Zeneti 1653 Scipionis, Claramontii. Opuscola varia Mathematica nunc primum in lecem edita. Scilicet: I. De Phasibus Lunae... II. De horizonte sensibili. III. De usu speculi pro libella, et de tota libratione. IV. Ex inspectione imaginis subiecti per reflexionem ex aqua quiscente in vase... V. De altitudine Caucasi. Bononiae, ex typogr. Caroli Zeneti, 1653. In - 4°, pergamena molle coeva. (12), 328 pp. con numerosi diagrammi ed illustrazioni incise in legno n.t. Esemplare con una macchiolina gialla nelle prime pagine e lievi arrossature, ma ben conservato. Edizione originale. Poggendorff, I, 435. Riccardi, I, 350: Raro...Questo libro interessa la storia della scienza perché nella terza parte...trovasi la descrizione del livello a riflessione, riproposto a nostri giorni da M. Burel come sua invenzione... Undici lettere del Chiaromonti al Galilei sono ins. nell' epistolario di questi...

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        The Inrichment of the Weald of Kent. Or A Direction to the Husband-man, for the true Ordering, Manuring, and Inriching of all the Grounds within the Wealds of Kent, and Suffex; and may generally serve for all the Grounds in England of that nature:…Bound With: Markhams farewell to Husbandry: or The Enriching of all Sorts of Barren and Sterile Grounds in our Nation, to be as fruitfull in all manner of Graine, Pulse and Grasses, as the best grounds whatsoever…

      London: Wilson, for E. Brewster and George Sawbridge , 1653 . Full Leather. Good +. Sm. 4to. (18.7 X 14.2 cm). Later full leather. Collation: [iv]1 ?-20 p.; [vi] 1-126 [4] p. There are a number of woodcuts of agricultural implements in text. Raised bands and panels present on spine with title and date gilt as well as blind-stamped designs. Covers have tooled border. There is general browning to text and edges of pages along with several ink stains and dusting. Burn mark through p. 57/58. Pages 124 and 124 labeled as 224 and 225. Markham was a prolific writer with a keen interest in agriculture and animal husbandry, particularly horses. This later interest was important for Markham to be employed by James I to obtain a pure breed Arabian charger. Hunt notes that he was a popular and colorful writer and that no collection should be with out his works. (Hunt, 207). Provenance: Book plate of Rachel McMasters Miller Hunt. This is a collection of two works by an English writer on horses and country life. These are later editions with the first editions being 1625 and 1631, respectively. Mrs. Hunt previously owned this copy. The Hunt collection is widely viewed as one of the finest assemblage of works on Botany that is almost without parallel as a private collection. (Hunt, 260) This is a collection of two works by an English writer on horses and country life. These are later editions with the first editions being 1625 and 1631, respectively. Markham was a prolific writer with a keen interest in agriculture and animal husbandry, particularly horses. This later interest was important for Markham to be employed by James I to obtain a pure breed Arabian charger. This later interest was important for Markham to be employed by James I to obtain a pure breed Arabian charger. Hunt notes that he was a popular and colorful writer and that no collection should be with out his works. (Hunt, 207). Provenance: Book plate of Rachel McMasters Miller Hunt. Her collection of rare books portraits, letters, manuscripts and original artworks was edited and published as the Catalogue of Botanical Books in the Collection of Rachel McMasters Miller Hunt or Hunt Catalogue; 1958-1961. The Hunts donated the collection and a building to Carnegie Institute of Technology (now Carnegie Mellon University) to house both her collection and a campus library with dedication in 1961 as the Rachel McMasters Miller Hunt Botanical Library. In 1971 the organization had become so diversified that it was named Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation. The Hunt collection is widely viewed as one of the finest assemblage of works on Botany that is almost without parallel as a private collection. (Hunt, 260)

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        La Commare dell Scipione Mercurio: Kinder-Mutter oder Hebammen Buch

      Leipzig: Timothel Rikschens (Timothy Ritsch), 1653. First Edition. Very Good. First German edition of this classic of Renaissance midwifery first published in 1596. Mercurio (ca. 1540 - 1615) a Dominican friar and later, practicing physician, was the first to adequately describe the Caesarean section. His work, written in the vernacular in Italian and German, was widely influential. Extra engraved title and 23 full page plates (though many much smaller than a full page) showing equipment, cut aways, and fetus position in the womb. Contemporary leather binding, original ties worn, frayed, and incomplete, a few small worm holes; binding is rubbed and worn but attractive, text block pulled fully away from spine, occasional light worming and some chipping and loss to some corners; possibly lacking endpapers, but intact and complete. The plates are finely executed and often striking. Size: Octavo (8vo). Text is clean and unmarked. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2 lbs 0 oz. Category: Medicine & Health; Inventory No: 037880.

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        CRONOPROSTASI Felsinea ovvero Le Saturnali Vindicie del Parlar Bolognese, e Lombardo, dove le origini erudite di molte voci, e forme di dire di lui proprie si seulano da ben fondate ragioni, ed autorità valeuoli e approvate

      Giacomo Monti 1653 CRONOPROSTASI Felsinea ovvero Le Saturnali Vindicie del Parlar Bolognese, e Lombardo, dove le origini erudite di molte voci, e forme di dire di lui proprie si seulano da ben fondate ragioni, ed autorità valeuoli e approvate. E con chiudesi, che quell' istesso Idioma non deue posporsi a qualunque altro d' Italia più celebrato. Discorso di Ovidio, Mont' Albani. In Bologna, per Giacomo Monti, 1653. In - 4° piccolo, pergamena coeva. 1 f. bianco, 90 pp., 2 ff. bianchi. Ottimo esemplare.

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        Orationes, Editio Ultima Auctior, & Castigatior (Bound, as always, with Epistolarum Libri Tres--Paris, 1652)

      Cramoisy, Paris 1653 - RARE! Hardcover with 17th century full leather binding with heavy gilt decoration including a full coat of arms with chevron and crescent, 1653, small octavo, 395pp. + 429pp., not illustrated. Book good to VG with chipping to spine head, scuff to front board near bottom corner, edgewear and rubbing, spine toned with raised bands rubbed, binding tight, notes and signatures to endpapers, text clean and unmarked with some toning throughout, gilt to edges of text block. In protective mylar wrap. Petau (1583-1652) was a great French Jesuit theologian and author; this was the last edition edited by him. RARE with only two copies on OCLC. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Prospect der Statt Rostock.

      . Kupferstich v. M. Merian b. Frankfurt, 1653, 26 x 65 cm.. Aus: Topographia Saxoniae Inferioris. - Im Himmel 3 Wappen, Erklärungen am unteren Bildrand.

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        Le Pastissier François; ou est ensigné la maniere de faire toute sorte de Pastisserie, tres-vule à toutes personnes

      Paris: Jean Gaillard, 1653. First Edition. Hardcover (Vellum). Good Condition. Later full vellum, discolored, mild wear. Scattered foxing and staining, old bookplate to pastedown, a few pen notes to lower margin, last pages with a series of small tears with loss obscuring a few letters, last table page with a few tears and an old repair. With a manuscript bibliographical entry pasted to the free endpaper, and the rear endpapers filled with bibliographical notes, largely concerning the famously expensive and rare 1655 Elzevier edition. Lacking the final two pages of the table at rear, but otherwise complete. (ii), 233, (iii of v). Cagle 266, Oberle 81 (the 1655 Elzevier), Vicaire 502 (questioning the attribution to La Varenne). Often attributed to La Varenne (later editions were bound with Le Cuisinier under the title "L'ecole des ragoust"), but not definitively, it is, in either case, the first modern French cookery book of its sort and, partly due to the 19th century mania over the Elzevier edition, perhaps more famous than the 1651 Cuisinier. This edition, the first, is substantially rare than even the Elzevier (which Oberle half jokingly calls "le merle blanc!"). In the Pastissier you start to see for the first time, nearly the full range of pastry ingredients laid out and some discussion of weights and measures. The first really recognizable cakes, clarified butter, rissoles - it also includes an impressive array of egg recipes. Size: 8vo (octavo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Cooking, Wine & Dining; Inventory No: CAT000076.

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        "Fürstl: Residentz Statt Zell". Prächtige Gesamtansicht über die Aller.

      . Kupferstich von C. Merian nach C. Buno, 1653, 23 x 61,5 cm (von 2 Platten gedruckt).. Fauser 2426. - Im Unterrand mit gestochenen Erklärungen A - Q.

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        ALLEGGIAMENTO DELLO STATO DI MILANO, PER LE IMPOSTE E LORO RIPARTIMENTI Giovevole per rappresentare alla Cattolica Maestà del Re N.S. Filippo IV il Grande, l'amore costante del dominio, e la forma facile di benigno sollevamento. Honorevole per le prodezze de cittadini. Dilettevole per le storie ed informationi.

      Milano, per Gio. Battista e Giulio Cesare F.lli Malatesta, 1653. In-4 gr. (mm. 344 x 226), p. pergam. coeva, tit. ms. al dorso, bellissima antiporta figurata in rame (incisa da Federico Agnelli su disegno di Gio. Cristoforo Storer: è una immagine di particolare interesse perchè sullo sfondo riporta le torri del Castello Sforzesco, parte del panorama della città di Milano, la fronte del Duomo in costruzione, e un ritratto forse dell?'Autore o più probabilmente dell?'incisore; e con lo stemma del Re di Spagna Filippo IV) + 28 cc.nn. + 792 pp.num. + 38 cc.nn. (Indice e Errata). Il vol. è ornato da pregevoli grandi capilett. figur. a vignetta e da 10 finali xilografici per lo più di soggetto religioso. Nel ns. esempl. il testo finisce a p. 788 (con la parola ?"Fine?" ) e le pp. 789/790 sono bianche; in altri invece il testo finisce a p. 789 ed è bianca la sola p. 790. Seguono le pp. 791/792 con i nomi delli Eccell.mi Governatori che sono stati al Governo dello Stato di Milano, dal 1534 all?'anno corrente di nostra salute 1653. La ns. copia è identica a quella della Bibl. Braidense che pure ha il testo raccorciato alla fine. Nell?'opera anche: ?"Spese fatte dallo Stato di Milano, anni 1610/1650 - per liberare la città dalli suoi debiti più vecchi nello spatio di 25 anni senza imporre nuova gravezza - Censo del Sale - Tassa de' Cavalli et alleggerimento della tassa dei cavalli.. - Tassa della Cavalleria d'Ordinanza, Huomini d'arme &cc.. et alleggerimento.. - Spese di Peste - Allegg. per l'imposte fatte nel tempo di contagi..?". "Edizione originale". Cfr. Cat. Piantanida,II,1093: ?"Non si conoscono altre edizioni di quest?'opera notevole e sconosciuta alle principali bibliografie. Importanti i capitoli sulle spese della peste e per il mantenimento delle milizie?" - Cat. Hoepli,627 - Predari, p. 57 - Argelati,I, p.I, 408. Fresco esempl. ben conservato. .

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        Abrege De L'Histoire De Ce Siecle De Fer : Contenant Les Miseres Et Calamitez Des Derniers Temps, Auec Leurs Causes & Pretextes, Iusques Au Couronnement Du Roy Du Romains Ferdinand IV Fait Vers La Fin De L'Este De L'An, Mil Six Cens Cinquante Trois

      Leyde : Chez Abraham A Geerevliet, M. DC. LIII, 1653, Hardback, The first Edition. Complete in 6 booksFull, contemporary dark calf, very good. (new endpapers with minor ahadow staining to the outer terminl page edges) . Generalized extremity wear. Gilt-blocked label, gilt cross-bands. An uncommonly good example - scans &c. On request. ; 479 pages; Subject: Europe - History - 1517-1648 - Early works to 1800. Language: French. Associated reference; Wing P361 (second entry)

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        Lyra prophetica Davidis Regis, sive analysis critico-practica psalmorum : in qua omnes & singulae voces Hebraeae in Psalterio contentae, tam propriae quam appellativae (nulla excepta) ad regulas artis revocantur ...

      Londini : typis Jacobi Flesher : prostat apud Cornelium Bee ... Little Britain, 1653, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, First EditionFinely bound in modern leather-backed, marbled boards. Gilt-blocked leather label to spine. Raised bands. Some dust-toning evident to the page margins as with age, which is heavier on the title and prelims pages. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. Further scans, images etc. and additional bibliographical material available on request.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 352 pages; Physical description: 342 [i. E. 352], [2], 69, [8], 46, [2] p. ; 23 cm. Language: Latin. Subjects: Bible. O. T. Psalms - Commentaries - Early works to 1800. Bible. Hebrew. O. T. Psalms. Bible. O. T. Psalms - Criticism, Textual - Early works to 1800. Hebrew language - Aramaic language - Grammar - Early works to 1800. Notes: Error in pagination: 1st sequence: P. 352 misnumbered 342. Hebrew text interspersed with Latin commentary. Main text in double columns. With a final errata leaf. Full title: Lyra prophetica Davidis Regis, sive analysis critico-practica psalmorum : in qua omnes & singulae voces Hebraeae in Psalterio contentae, tam propriae quam appellativae (nulla excepta) ad regulas artis revocantur; earumque significationes genuinæ explicantur: elegantiae linguae propriae evolvuntur : insuper harmonia Hebraei textus cum paraphrasi Chaldaea, & versione Graeca LXXII. Interpretum, in locis, sententiis discrepantibus, fideliter confertur : cui ad calcem addita est brevis institutio linguae Hebraeae & Chaldaeae / studio & vigiliis Victorini Bythneri Poloni, linguae Hebraeae professoris ; opus novum: nec ante in tali forma tentatum, in quo quid praestatum, praefatio ad lectorem indicabit.

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        A Commentary upon the Holy VVritings of Job, David, and Salomon: that is, These Five, Job, Psalmes, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and the Song of Songs. Being part of those which by the Antients were called Hagiographa. Wherein the diverse Translations, and Expositions, both Literall and Mysticall, of all the most famous Commentators, both Ancient and Modern, are propounded, examined, and cencured. And the Texts from the Originall much Illustrated. For the singular benefit of all that bee studious of the Holy Scriptures.

      London, for Robert Ibbitson, and Thomas Roycroft 1653. (10) 900 (11) p. Contemporary half Leather with ribbed back, rebound boards, Folio (some foxing throughout, lacks the half-title and the separate titlepage for the 'Song of Songs'. John Mayer 1583-1664, was a biblical commentator. His life was spent in digesting the work of former commentators on the Bible and adding notes of his own. He is most known for his commentary on the whole Bible which was published in 7 volumes. This work is the third volume and comments on Job, Psalmes, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes and the Song of Songs.).

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        An Humble Apologie for Learning and Learned Men,

      - First (and only) Edition, viii, 263, [1]pp, 8vo, a good copy in recent panelled calf old style, London, T.M. for M.M., G. Bedell and T. Collins, 1653. Wing W.1048. Madan, Oxford Books, A Bibliography of Printed Works Relating to The University and City of Oxford, III, p.23 (item 2212): "Chiefly an appeal [for learning] on general grounds, but there is an historical section on pp.43-72." Edward Waterhouse (1619-1670) was educated at Cambridge University but spent some years at Oxford in order to pursue his studies in the Bodleian Library. He later moved to Sion College London and it was during this period that he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society; eventually he became a preacher.Waterhouse's Humble Apologie for Learning and Learned Men was his first work. "My emulation is to propose Learning & Learned Men, as the Horsemen and Chariots of any Nation, and to discover that without them a People can expect nothing but Barbarity and Bestial Vulpinariness. the More men are sunk in ignorance, and estranged from Arts and Sciences, the nearer come they to the life of Beasts and Savages: for unless the power of the mind, by which we are distinguished from Brutes, be by liberal sciences ordered and modified, all their virtue and nobility will degenerate into not only a likeness to, but into a degree of rudeness beyond beasts" (p.7) Waterhouse gives a survey of learning in Britain from the earliest times to his present, listing the colleges of the two Universities (Oxford and Cambridge) and giving historical notes (p.67ff). He goes on to defend the university and the scholar, particularly against the charges of unmanliness:"It is a vanity for men to hope to manage war well without learning, or Conduct from learned men, as grosse an one as for a blind man to boast of discerning the least imaginable Atom, without Organ or Medium thereto. I know there are many conclusive, that books Effeminate the mind, and by a kind of softness so Incandorate it, that no good look is reserved for Manly Acts. But this is rather a Calumny, than a just Charge on Learning. Experience tells us, that the greatest Actors and Actions that have ever been on this stage of earth performed, have been by learned men." (p.126). Photograph available on request.

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        Der wunder-würdige Juden- und Heiden-Tempel, darinn derselben Gottes- und Götzendienst, eröffnet und gezeigt wird ...Nuremberg, Wolfgang Moritz Endter (printed by Johann Ernst Adelbulner), 1717. 8vo. With double-page engraved frontispiece and 71 engraved plates (10 folding). 19th-century vellum.

      Alden & Landis 717/132; Sabin 73324; cf. Faber du Faur 587 (first ed.). Second edition of David Nerreter's German translation of Ross's Pansebeia, or, A view of all the religions in the world (1653), augmented with numerous notes and an essay on "idolatry" by the translator. Ross had written his survey of the world's religions to demonstrate the truth of Christianity and to counteract atheism; Netterer's primarily goal appears to have been to warn his readers against the "work of Satan", as he saw religions other than Christianity. The result, though, is a detailed comparative study of religion, treating not only Judaism, Islam and Christianity, but also the religions of the Phoenicians, the Babylonians, the Egyptians, the American Indians, the Japanese, the Chinese, etc. Divided into five sections ("Abtheilungen"), it opens with a description of Judaism, followed by accounts of the religions of Asia, Africa and America, Europe and Germany, concluding with Nerreter's essay "Ursprung der Abgötterey". The many illustrations, showing deities and religious rituals, betray a remarkable fascination with violence and (human) sacrifice.Somewhat browned throughout and with margins trimmed, occasionally shaving part of a plate number or just touching a shoulder note, otherwise in very good condition. A well-illustrated account of world religions.

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        Korte Gulden Regelen eenes Heyligen Levens, uyt het Nieuwe Testament in Geestelicke Meditatien voor-gestelt. De Seste Druck, van nieuws oversien, ende na de Nieuwe Oversettinge des Bybels verbetert. WAARBIJ: Spiegel der Barmhertigheyt Gods, inde Vergevinge der Sonden, aen den Boetveerdigen Sondaer. Ende der Gerechtigheyt Godts, in het straffen der Sonden, aen den Onboetveerdigen Sondaer. De Vijftiende Druck, van nieuws Oversien, ende na de Nieuwe Oversettinge des Bijbels Verbetert. WAARBIJ: De Tranen Christi kortelick in een Geestelicke Bedenckinge voorgestelt. By ongelegentheydt van het afbranden van de Nieuwe Kerck, den 11. Januarii 1645. De seste Druck by den Autheur selfs oversien ende verbetert. WAARBIJ: 't Lof onses Heeren Jesu Christi. Dat is, Korte Verklaringe van eenige bysondere Voor-beelden, Gelijckenissen, Gesichten, Eeren-Tijtelen, Cier-namen, ende Cierlicke Beschrijvingen, die Jesu Christo in het Oude ende Nieuwe Testament gegeven worden. De vijfde Druck van nieuws oversien ende verbetert.

      Amsterdam, Wed. Marten Jansz. Brandt, en Abraham van den Burgh 1653/1654/1656/1649. 4 werken in 1 band, (16) 376 (7), 98 (2), 40, (8) 560 (8) p. Origineel Perkament, 4°.

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        Philologiae Sacrae, Qua Totius Sacrosanctae, Veteris et Novi Testamenti Scripturae, tum stylus et literatura, tum sensus & genuinae interpretationis ratio expenditur. Libri Quinque. Quorum I. II. Generalia de Scripturae Sacrae stylo & sensu. III. IV. Grammatica Sacra, V. Rhetorica Sacra. Editio tertia, prioribus auctior.

      Frankfurt et Hamburg, Zacharias Hertelius 1653. (44) 1495 (141) p. Contemporary Vellum, 4° (Glassius, 1593-1656, Lutheran theologian, one of the initiators of the Weimarian Bible project. His greatest scientific work is his Philologia Sacra.).

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