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2015-04-01 17:59:05
(Gramond, Gabriel Bartholomaei de:)
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 Salzb … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Heinrich Heine Antiquariat
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2015-02-24 09:19:39
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.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski
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2015-02-15 18:33:51
BOSSE, A
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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-02-06 19:37:48
Kupferstich aus Merian 1653. 29x36.8 cm. zusammen - Beide Ansichten mit hübscher Schiffsstaffage. Oben bis zur Einfassungslinie beschnitten.
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2015-02-03 14:50:29
Caspar Merian
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Bookseller: Antiquariat Murr Bamberg GbR
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2015-01-23 20:20:16
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."
Bookseller: University Archives
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2015-01-16 13:17:28
Owen, John
Hamburg: George Papen 1653. PGMt. der Zeit mit Schnürchen, unpgn. mit zahlreichen Zierleisten, Kopf- und Schlussvignetten, 16°, Einband unscheinbar berieben und gelockert, Titelblatt gestempelt und mit alten Besitzerunterschriften, letztes Blatt fehlt, sonst guter Zustand. Book Language/s: de
Bookseller: Antikvariat Valentinska [Praha, Czech Republic]
2015-01-15 12:59:03
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.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
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2015-01-09 13:27:20
Scipionis, Claramontii (Chiaramonti Scipione)
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...
Bookseller: Brighenti libri esauriti e rari
2015-01-08 13:19:53
HARVEY, William.
London: Printed by Francis Leach, for Richard Lowndes, 1653. FIRST EDITION IN ENGLISH of the Exercitatio Anatomica De Motu Cordis (1628). "The most important book in the history of medicine. Harvey proved experimentally that in animals the blood is impelled in a circle by the beat of the heart, passing from arteries to veins through pores (i.e. the capillaries, seen by Malpighi with the microscope in 1660)" (G&M). It should also be regarded as "the first record of a complete biological investigation, giving a clear and accurate description of the methods employed to recognise the laws governing an important vital process, a knowledge of which had till then been befogged by mistaken conceptions..." (H.P. Bayon in Keynes). This is an unusually tall copy (158 mm.). In most copies the headlines, and sometimes even the top lines of the text, are shaved. In this copy none of the headlines is shaved, and on some leaves the lower edge is uncut. This copy has 11 of the 13 misprints listed by Keynes that were corrected as the book passed through the press. In addition, F3 is mis-signed F5. It is complete with the first blank leaf. Wing H1083. See G&M 759, Printing and the Mind of Man 127, etc. (the first edition of 1628). Keynes, Bibliography, 19.3 parts in 1 volume, 8vo, 20 leaves (including the first blank), 111 pages; 10 leaves, 123 pages; 1 leaf, 86 pages. Title is a cancel as in most copies, divisional titles to the second and third parts. Upper corner of the front free endpaper and the first blank leaf torn away, some very minor worming in upper inner corner towards the en … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Nigel Phillips [United Kingdom]
2014-12-29 11:03:38
Ovidio, Mont' Albani
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.
Bookseller: Brighenti libri esauriti e rari
2014-12-25 20:53:06
Petau, Denis/Dionysii Petavii
Paris: Cramoisy, 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. Good. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Common Crow Books [U.S.A.]
2014-12-23 12:39:25
. Kupferstich v. M. Merian b. Frankfurt, 1653, 26 x 65 cm.. Aus: Topographia Saxoniae Inferioris. - Im Himmel 3 Wappen, Erklärungen am unteren Bildrand.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Babendererde
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2014-12-15 19:53:33
La Varenne, François Pierre de]
Bookseller: Pazzo Books (ABAA-ILAB) [Boston, MA, U.S.A.]
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2014-12-11 00:11:26
. 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.
Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat
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2014-12-01 22:23:20
CAVATIO Carlo Girolamo de' Conti della Somaglia (CAVAZZI DELLA SOMAGLIA)
Giovevole per rappresentare alla Cattolica Maest 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. per Gio. Battista e Giulio Cesare F.lli Malatesta, Milano, 1653. In-4 gr. (mm. 344 x 226), p. pergamena coeva, tit. ms. al dorso, bellissima antiporta figurata in rame (incisa da Federico Agnelli su disegno di Gio. Cristoforo Storer:una immagine di particolare interesse perch sullo sfondo riporta le torri del Castello Sforzesco, parte del panorama della citt di Milano, la fronte del Duomo in costruzione, e un ritratto forse dellAutore o pi probabilmente dellincisore; e con lo stemma del Re di Spagna Filippo IV) + 28 cc.nn. + 792 pp.num. + 38 cc.nn. (Indice e Errata). Il volume ornato da pregevoli grandi capilettera figur. a vignetta e da 10 finali xilografici per lo pi 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 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 allanno corrente di nostra salute 1653. La ns. copia identica a quella della Bibl. Braidense che pure ha il testo raccorciato alla fine. Nellopera anche: Spese fatte dallo Stato di Milano, anni 1610/1650 - per liberare la citt dalli suoi debiti pi vecchi nello spatio di 25 anni senza imporre nuova gravezza - Censo del Sale - Tassa de' Cavalli et alleggerimento de … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas [Italy]
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2014-11-14 09:52:08
Mayer, John
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.).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Roo
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2014-11-08 16:53:42
WATERHOUSE (Edward)
1653. 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 schol … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jeffrey Stern Antiquarian/STERN ACADEMIC [York, United Kingdom]
2014-11-03 22:42:40
Glassius, Salomon
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.).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Roo
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2014-11-01 17:59:25
Calov, Abraham a.o.
Disputatio De Peccato Originali quam praeside Abraham Calovio. WITH: Libertatem Christianam in capite de Exorcismo sub praesidio Abraham Calovi. WITH: Theologiae Controversae Illustrisimorum dogmatum controversorum Formativa Status, XI. Disputationibus in inclutae ad Varnum Academiae Auditorio Majori, publice, praevio Consensu & Approbatione Ampl. Facult. Theolog. ad piam ante decennium propositae Indiculus, praeside & autore Augusto Varenio. WITH: Disputatio Solennis, et Fides Catholica de Gratia Redemptionis. Quam sub praesidio Johannis Scharffii. WITH: Diatribe de Antichristo Orientali, sive de Gog & Magog. a Samuele Dauderstadio. WITH: Disputatio Inauguralis de Antichristo, Hilario a S. Anadtasio. Quam praeside Sebastiano Niemanno. WITH: Dissertatio Historico- Theologica de Antichristo Occidentali magno, Quam Johannis Meisneri. WITH: Disputatio Inauguralis de Confessione Petri et Eam Secuta Christi Responsione, Ex. Matth. 16, 13-19. adornata, quam praeside Andrea Kunado. WITH: Disputatio Theologica Solennis de Admiranda Dei Providentia & Rerum omnium Conservatione ac Gubernatione, quam praeside Johanne Meisnero. WITH: Decanus Collegii Theologici in electorali Wittebergensi Abraham Calovius. WITH: De Clinicis Ecclesiae Veteris exercitatio historica praeside Jo. Andrea Bosio. WITH: De Sepultura B. Mariae thema Consentiente Amplissima Facultate Theologica in Inclytisima Academia Wittebergensi praeside Johanne Meisnero. WITH: De Adynamia Virium Hominis Irrigeniti in Spiritualibus, disputatio solennis, quam praeside Johanne Andrea Quenstedt. WITH: Johannes, Primus Evangelii & Baptismatis in N.T. Minister, sub praesidio Johannis Andreae Quenstadii. WITH: De Germine Jehova & Davidis, Christo Jesu, dissertatio theologica, quam praeside Joh. Andrea Quenstedt. WITH: Disputatio theologica publica De Regenerationis, Justificationis et Renovationis Essentia atque Differentia, quam praeside Johanne Andrea Quendstedt. WITH: Plerophoria Lutherana, sive Exercitatio, Qua ostendit
Wittemberg, Michaelis Wende (and others) 1653-1668. 39 dissertations bound together, 40, 40, (4) 84, 100, 20, 22, 151, 48, 84, 16, 79, 108, 86, 30, 28, 80, 76, (8) 87 (3), 28, 64, 64, 60, 24, 24, (2) 78, 56, 60, 52, (2) 33, 88, 28, 68, (4) 103, 32, 56, 58, 76, 24, (8) 51 p. Contemporary Vellum, 4°.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Roo
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2014-10-30 14:33:23
. Kupferstich v. Merian, 1653, 27,5 x 35,5.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck
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2014-10-19 15:05:09
Golius, Jacobus (Jacob van Gool)
Lugduni Batavorum [Leiden]: typis Bonaventurae & Abrahami Elseviriorum, prostant Amstelodami apud Johannem Ravesteynivm, 1653.
Bookseller: SessaBks, A Division of the Philadelphia
2014-10-19 13:35:39
MAGNANI MATTHAEI.
Montij., Bononiae, 1653. In 8°, p. perg., cc.nn. 23 + pp.756 + cc.nn. 53. Antip. con pregevolissima inc. a tutta p. di F.T.F. Bonon, raffigurante la Madonna Piangente. Capilettera. Piccolo foro a p. 739/740 che non interessa il t.
Bookseller: Libreria M. T. Cicerone [Roma, RM, Italy]
2014-10-17 16:10:00
CARLO EMANUELE II, Duca di Savoia
Moncalieri, 25 novembre 1653 - Lettera in francese a firma autografa "C Emanuele" controfirmata dal segretario ed indirizzata al Cavaliere della Gran Croce e Consigliere di Stato Blancardi affinchè possa intercedere per la liberazione di Emanuele Valetto dal carcere del Senato. Carlo Emanuele II, in nome della servitù che il padre di Valetto gli aveva prestato, chiede al suo corrispondente di condonargli la pena imposta a causa della ferita che il Valetto aveva procurato a Marc'Antonio Marchetto. Carlo Emanuele II assunse la reggenza del Ducato a soli quattro anni nel 1638. Sposò in prime nozze Francesca d'Orléans Borbone e successivamente sua cugina Maria Giovanna Battista di Savoia-Nemours. 4 pagine di cui la prima redatta, due bianche e l'ultima con indirizzo. Perfette condizioni. 0
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Il Cartiglio
2014-10-17 15:04:21
Bible. English. Authorized (i.e., "King James Version). 1653
London: Evan Tyler for a Society of Stationers, 1653.
Bookseller: SessaBks, A Division of the Philadelphia
2014-10-16 20:47:21
M[arkham], G[ervase]
London: Printed by W. Wilson, for E. Brewster, and George Sawbridge, at the Bible on Ludgate-Hill, neere Fleet-bridge, 1653. "Fifth" Edition" 188 pp. 1 vols. Small 4to. COMPLEAT WOMAN. Wing M 630; This edition not in Cagle; Bitting p. 309 (not this edition, nor mentioning this edition). Bound in nineteenth-century speckled calf, leather title labels, front joint starting, text toned, withal a nice copy. Bookplate of John Hodgkic.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2014-10-13 13:25:32
Bigres
de Serey, Paris. La passion de notre seigneur Jésus-Christ ~ Le vainqueur de la mort ou Jésus mourant poème de P.L. Bigres ~ A Paris, de Serey, 1653. ~ In-8, vélin post., pièce de titre maroquin, frontispice Pierre Rubens, 8 eaux-fortes par Jacques Callot, Intégralement montées sur onglets. Collation: 3 feuillets non chiffrés (dont front. et page de titre) + 84 pages.Callot met en scène avec maestria cette ultime dramaturgie religieuse. Jouant sur la profondeur de champ, il construit des espaces que son trait incisif anime de dizaines de personnages en mouvement. Variant à l'infini les effets de morsure de l'acide sur le cuivre et la gradation des noirs qui en résulte, l'artiste crée de puissants et subtils contrastes lumineux à travers lesquels s'exprime pleinement le tragique de la Passion. Rare [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Incunable [LUXEMBOURG, Luxembourg]
2014-10-12 16:40:08
Dujardin, Karel (1622 Amsterdam - Venedig 1678)
. Radierung, 1653, auf Bütten mit angeschnittenem Wasserzeichen. 19:22,2 cm. - Vorzüglicher Abdruck mit Rändchen um die Plattenkante. Winziger Einriß im Unterrand und Fleck verso. Provenienz: Sammlung Naudet 1780, vgl. Lugt 1937. Literatur: Bartsch 32; Dutuit 32, II (von III) und Hollstein 32, III. Abdruck von der noch nicht verkleinerten Platte. Mit dem Namenszug, Datum und Nummer "32" in der Platte..
Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH
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2014-10-11 14:51:01
PINTO, Ferdinand Mendez. ( Fernand Mendez Pinto ):
London, printed by J. Macock, for Henry Cripps, and Lodowick Lloyd, 1653.. and a great part of the East-Indiaes. With a relation and description of most of the places thereof; their religion, laws, riches, customs, and government in time of peace and war. Where he five times suffered shipwrack, was sixteen times sold, and thirteen times made a slave. Written originally by himself in the Portugal tongue, and dedicated to the Majesty of Philip King of Spain. Done into English by H.C. Gent (Henry Cogan). FIRST ENGLISH EDITION 1653, small folio in fours, approximately 260 x 165 mm, 10¼ x 6½ inches, title page printed red and black, 2 pictorial headpieces, some decorated initials, pages: [14], 231, 240-326, lacks first and final blank leaf, jump in pagination present in all copies, collation: pi2 (-pi1), (a)2, A-V4, Aa-Kk4, Aaa-Lll4 (-Lll4), bound in modern quarter calf over new marbled sides, gilt dividing lines, raised bands, gilt rules and gilt title to spine, all edges red, new endpapers. Margins trimmed throughout with loss of some running titles and page numbers, many inner margins repaired long ago with transparent gummed strips, occasionally encroaching on text but all clearly visible, 3 small repairs to title page, pale library stamp to title page, another on verso together with a little early scribble and a modern armorial bookplate, 19 further pale stamps in the text margins, pages lightly browned throughout, occasional small stains, mainly to margins, 2 letters lost on page 97, otherwise no loss of legibility, a crease across centre of most pages, tiny rust hole in … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-10-11 14:51:01
PINTO, Ferdinand Mendez. ( Fernand Mendez Pinto ):
London, printed by J. Macock, for Henry Cripps, and Lodowick Lloyd, 1653.and a great part of the East - Indiaes. With a relation and description of most of the places thereof; their religion, laws, riches, customs, and government in time of peace and war. Where he five times suffered shipwrack, was sixteen times sold, and thirteen times made a slave. Written originally by himself in the Portugal tongue, and dedicated to the Majesty of Philip King of Spain. Done into English by H.C. Gent (Henry Cogan). FIRST ENGLISH EDITION 1653, small folio in fours, approximately 260 x 165 mm, 10¼ x 6½ inches, title page printed red and black, 2 pictorial headpieces, some decorated initials, pages: [14], 231, 240 - 326, lacks first and final blank leaf, jump in pagination present in all copies, collation: pi2 ( - pi1), (a)2, A - V4, Aa - Kk4, Aaa - Lll4 ( - Lll4), bound in modern quarter calf over new marbled sides, gilt dividing lines, raised bands, gilt rules and gilt title to spine, all edges red, new endpapers. Margins trimmed throughout with loss of some running titles and page numbers, many inner margins repaired long ago with transparent gummed strips, occasionally encroaching on text but all clearly visible, 3 small repairs to title page, pale library stamp to title page, another on verso together with a little early scribble and a modern armorial bookplate, 19 further pale stamps in the text margins, pages lightly browned throughout, occasional small stains, mainly to margins, 2 letters lost on page 97, otherwise no loss of legibility, a crease across centre of most pages, tiny ru … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.
2014-10-11 11:47:24
SALOMON - GEIER (Martin).
1653 - Lipsiae [Leipzig], Impensis Haered. Henningi Grosfii, Literis Friderici Lanckisii Exscribebat, Chriftophorus Cellarius, Anno M.DC.LIII [1653]. Fort in-8 (170 X 200) vélin rigide, titre manuscrit, filets et fleurons à froid au dos, tranches teintées (reliure de l'époque) ; (2), faux-titre, titre allégorique gravé, titre imprimé en rouge et noir, 6 pages non chiffrées (préface), 1724 pages, 22 pages non chiffrées (Index Ebraicus, index rerum & errata), (2). Petite fente de deux centimètres en queue du mors supérieur. BONNE EDITION réalisée par le théologien luthérien allemand Martin GEIER (1614-1680). BEL EXEMPLAIRE, dans sa fraîche reliure en vélin de l'époque. NICE COPY. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST.
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE ERIC CASTERAN [France]
2014-10-10 16:40:42
STOOPENDAAL Bastiaen.
6966 STOPENDAAL Bastiaen. Napoli. Incisione all'acquaforte. 1653. Diffuse bruniture. Cm. 52x101. Pane Valerio, n.51 pag.146: "L'incisione dell'artista olandese riesce elegante e proporzionata nel chiaroscuro, oltre che vivamente plastica e veridica, illuminata com'è da una luce del tutto verosimile. L'equilibrata delineazione e l'assoluta padronanza del mezzo da parte dell'artista fiammingo si impongono come qualità espressive al di là dei pregi strettamente topografici della veduta, facendone uno dei più vivi ritratti della Napoli del tempo. La veduta fu incisa all'acquaforte, su due lastre di rame, da Bastien Stopendaal. Gli stessi rami furono utilizzati da P.Mortier nel 1704. Il Mortier provvide ad eliminare il nome dello Stopendaal dalla lastra e ad aggiungere il suo".
Bookseller: CASELLA STUDIO BIBLIOGRAFICO ALAI-ILAB [Napoli, NA, Italy]
2014-10-03 11:26:01
Pinto, Ferdinando Mendes:
London. 1653.. [14],326pp. Large quarto. Contemporary speckled calf; neatly rebacked in matching style, gilt leather label. Outer corners worn. Ink notation to titlepage. Text moderately tanned, seventh leaf reinforced and repaired with tissue. Very good. The extremely rare first English edition of a classic travel narrative, first published in Lisbon in 1614. Mendes Pinto left Portugal in 1537 and did not return until 1558. During that time, Pinto visited Japan four times, claiming to have been the first European to set foot on Japanese soil, in 1543. He gives first-hand accounts of India, Abyssinia, Malacca, Sumatra, Java, China, Tartary and Burma. "Not only an account of his travels but a work of art, which is at once a picture of Asia, a relation of what he did and saw, a summing up of the Portuguese Empire, a vast gallery of portraits, and an encyclopedia of adventure both in the sphere of action and of the spirit" - Maurice Collis. WING M1705. CORDIER 40. ESTC R18200.
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2014-09-30 22:21:57
Portugal.
1) Les Estats de la Couronne de Portugal en Espagne, 1653, 41x42 cm. 2) Parte Septentrional do Reyno de Portugal, 1654, 41x42 cm (oben bis zum Rand beschnitten und angerändert) 3) Parte Meridional de Reyno de Portugal, 1654, 40,5x52 cm
Bookseller: Antiquariat Martin Barbian & Grund GbR [Saarbruecken, Germany]
2014-09-24 11:04:59
Bible - O.T. - Greek]:
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature, ABAA [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2014-09-24 11:04:59
Bible - O.T. - Greek]:
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature, ABAA [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2014-09-08 17:44:55
MASCALL, Leonard. ( Mascal ).:
London, printed by Thomas Harper for Martha Harison, 1653.with approved Medicines against most Diseases. The third discoursing the Order of Sheep, Goats, Hogs, and Dogs, with true Remedies to help the Infirmities that befall any of them. Also perfect Instructions for taking of Moales, and likewise for the monthly husbanding of Grounds, as hath been already approved, and by long experience entertained amongst all sorts, especially Husbandmen, who have made use thereof, to their great profit and contentment. 1653, 8vo, approximately 175 x 125 mm, 7 x 5 inches, 1 small illustration in the text, printed in black letter, pages: (6), 307 plus (2) index, pagination erratic in a few places, 19th century full calf, decoratively tooled and embossed on covers and spine, gilt lettered brown morocco label and raised bands, all edges red, marbled endpapers. Binding very slightly rubbed at extremities, armorial bookplate of Thomas Alfred Yarrow (1817 - 1874), railway engineer and surveyor of bridges in England and India, on front pastedown, name and address of another owner on reverse of front endpaper, title page slightly dusty and very slightly spotted, slightly trimmed at fore - edge and at lower edge, no loss, small grazed area in first subtitle with loss of 4 small words, 2 tiny single worm holes to lower margin from title page to page 77 where a small track is formed persisting to page 107, one or two upper margins trimmed with loss of running title, occasional light spots to margins, very occasional small pale damp stain to margins, a few brown spots to pages 148 - 154, no loss of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.
2014-09-08 17:44:55
MASCALL, Leonard. ( Mascal ).
London printed by Thomas Harper for Martha Harison 1653 - with approved Medicines against most Diseases. The third discoursing the Order of Sheep, Goats, Hogs, and Dogs, with true Remedies to help the Infirmities that befall any of them. Also perfect Instructions for taking of Moales, and likewise for the monthly husbanding of Grounds, as hath been already approved, and by long experience entertained amongst all sorts, especially Husbandmen, who have made use thereof, to their great profit and contentment. 1653, 8vo, approximately 175 x 125 mm, 7 x 5 inches, 1 small illustration in the text, printed in black letter, pages: (6), 307 plus (2) index, pagination erratic in a few places, 19th century full calf, decoratively tooled and embossed on covers and spine, gilt lettered brown morocco label and raised bands, all edges red, marbled endpapers. Binding very slightly rubbed at extremities, armorial bookplate of Thomas Alfred Yarrow (1817-1874), railway engineer and surveyor of bridges in England and India, on front pastedown, name and address of another owner on reverse of front endpaper, title page slightly dusty and very slightly spotted, slightly trimmed at fore-edge and at lower edge, no loss, small grazed area in first subtitle with loss of 4 small words, 2 tiny single worm holes to lower margin from title page to page 77 where a small track is formed persisting to page 107, one or two upper margins trimmed with loss of running title, occasional light spots to margins, very occasional small pale damp stain to margins, a few brown spots to pages 148-154, no loss of legibi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.
2014-09-08 17:44:55
MASCALL, Leonard. ( Mascal ).:
London, printed by Thomas Harper for Martha Harison, 1653.. with approved Medicines against most Diseases. The third discoursing the Order of Sheep, Goats, Hogs, and Dogs, with true Remedies to help the Infirmities that befall any of them. Also perfect Instructions for taking of Moales, and likewise for the monthly husbanding of Grounds, as hath been already approved, and by long experience entertained amongst all sorts, especially Husbandmen, who have made use thereof, to their great profit and contentment. 1653, 8vo, approximately 175 x 125 mm, 7 x 5 inches, 1 small illustration, printed in black letter, pages: (6), 307 plus (2) index, pagination erratic in a few places, 19th century full calf, decoratively tooled and embossed on covers and spine, gilt lettered brown morocco label and raised bands, all edges red, marbled endpapers. Binding very slightly rubbed at extremities, armorial bookplate of Thomas Alfred Yarrow (1817-1874), railway engineer and surveyor of bridges in England and India, on front pastedown, name and address of another owner on reverse of front endpaper, title page slightly dusty and very slightly spotted, slightly trimmed at fore-edge and at lower edge, no loss, small grazed area in first subtitle with loss of 4 small words, 2 tiny single worm holes to lower margin from title page to page 77 where a small track is formed persisting to page 107, one or two upper margins trimmed with loss of running title, occasional light spots to margins, very occasional small pale damp stain to margins, a few brown spots to pages 148-154, no loss of legibility, page … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-09-02 10:36:55
Janssonius, J.
Amsterdam ca. 1653. Karte zeigt den nord westlichen Teil Russlands mit teilweise Lappland, altkoloriert, Kupferstich, 42 x 54. Zustand: Perfekt, dem Alter entsprechend
Bookseller: Antique Sommer & Sapunaru KG
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2014-08-15 04:18:22
GOLIUS, Jacob.
Schnurrer 79; Smitskamp, Philologia orientalis 314; De Nave 91; Willems 723; cf. Vrolijk & Van Leuwen, Arabic studies in the Netherlands, pp. 47-48. First edition of Golius's ground-breaking Arabic lexicon, which remained the most important dictionary in European Arabic studies until Freytag's dictionary appeared. Golius based his dictionary on a variety of Arabic lexicographical texts, the most important being al-Jawhari's Sahah and Firuzabadi's Qamus, but he also used geographical and zoological sources such as al-Damiri's book on animals. His dictionary included, moreover, Arabic words derived from other languages, most notably Turkish and Persian, which he translated directly from the source language, using Turkish and Persian glossaries. "The manner in which Golius arranged his dictionary, according to the Arabic root letter and the verbal and substantival forms with all their derivates, is still the fundamental criterion of Arabic dictionaries in European languages" (Vrolijk & Van Leeuwen).Slightly foxed and browned, with marginal restorations and reinforcements in a few leaves (especially the last leaf) and some small worm holes on the fore-edge of the first few quires, but still in good condition. Spine restored at head and foot and with a stain on the front board, but binding also good. A ground-breaking Arabic dictionary.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)
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2014-08-08 21:32:35
(Harsdörffer, Georg Philipp):
Frankfurt, Caspar Rötelln für Hamburg, Johann Naumann 1653.. 2 Tle. in 1 Band. Mit Kupfertitel. 7 Bll., 360 (recte 370) S., 11 Bl.; 8 Bll., 408 S., 8 Bl. Prgt. d. Zt. mit gepr. Vignette (Rad mit Kreuz) auf Vorderdeckel.. VD17 23:286991D; Dünnhaupt III, 2004, 60.3; Hayn-Got, III, 93. - Noch zu Lebzeiten Harsdörffers (1607-1658) erschienene dritte Ausgabe des historischen Anekdotenwerks. - Einband etwas fleckig. Vorsatz und Kupfertitel mit kleinen Einträgen, wenige Unterstreichungen, kaum fleckig. Insgesamt sehr schönes sauberes Exemplar.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski
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2014-08-07 20:20:49
. dat. 1653, 37,5 x 53. Pastoureau, Sanson V E.; Boghossian, Armenian Iconography, Nr. 13 ( ders.:"Rare carte ancienne .." - Historische Karte. Oben rechts der Titel. Die Karte zeigt das historische Gebiet von Armenien zwischen dem Schwarzen-, Kaspischen- und Mittelmeer.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck
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2014-08-05 15:43:15
MASCALL, Leonard. ( Mascal).:
London, printed by Thomas Harper for Martha Harison, 1653.most Diseases. The third discoursing the Order of Sheep, Goats, Hogs, and Dogs, with true Remedies to help the Infirmities that befall any of them. Also perfect Instructions for taking of Moales, and likewise for the monthly husbanding of Grounds, as hath been already approved, and by long experience entertained amongst all sorts, especially Husbandmen, who have made use thereof, to their great profit and contentment. 1653. 8vo, approximately 175 x 125 mm, 7 x 5 inches, 1 small illustration, printed in black letter, pages (6), 307 plus (2) index, pagination erratic in a few places, 19th century full calf, decoratively tooled and embossed on covers and spine, gilt lettered brown morocco label and raised bands, all edges red, marbled endpapers. Binding very slightly rubbed at extremities, armorial bookplate of Thomas Alfred Yarrow (1817 - 1874), railway engineer and surveyor of bridges in England and India, on front pastedown, name and address of another owner on reverse of front endpaper, title page slightly dusty and very slightly spotted, slightly trimmed at fore - edge and at lower edge, no loss, small grazed area in first subtitle with loss of 4 small words, 2 tiny single worm holes to lower margin from title page to page 77 where a small track is formed persisting to page 107, one or two upper margins trimmed with loss of running title, occasional light spots to margins, very occasional small pale damp stain to margis, a few brown spots to pages 148 - 154, no loss of legibility, one third cut from top of page 171 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.
2014-08-01 07:17:28
FRANCOIS, JEAN.:
Rennes : P. Hallaudays, 1653 and 1655.2 works by Jean Francois bound in one volume, LA SCIENCE DES EAUX a first edition of 1653, and L'ART DES FONTAINES a second of 1655. French text, small 4to, approximately 205 x 155 mm, 8 x 6¼ inches. LA SCIENCE DES EAUX: This work is in 6 parts of which we are lacking the sixth (68 pages) which was on computation and may have been discarded before binding as irrelevant to hydraulic engineering. The 5 parts present are as follows: La Science des Eaux et des Sources Naturelles; L'Art et la Conduite des Eaux et des Fontaines Artificielles; L'Art de Niveler; L'Art de Faire Monter l'Eau; L'Art d'Arpenter toute sorte de surface terrestre. The original 24 pages of Part 2 L'Art de Niveler are lacking and have been replaced by the slightly expanded 32 pages of the second edition. This second edition was published at the end of L'Art des Fontaines and has been removed by the binder from our copy of L'Art des Fontaines to make up our defective first work. Woodcut Jesuit device on title page, large woodcut coat of arms on verso title page, repeated on verso *4, 44 woodcuts and diagrams in the text including 1 full page, 8 of these are in the inserted Part 2, the original first edition Part 2 had only 1, some historiated and decorated initials, plus typographical ornaments, pages: (16), 88, 97 - 120; 40; 32; 56; 28, jump in pagination between signature L and N present in other copies, contents of missing signature M not known, neat initials on title page, first 2 leaves slightly browned at edges, some pages slightly age browned, pale brown water sta … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.
2014-07-21 14:15:30
CAMPANELLA, Tommaso
Amsterdam: Louis Elzevir, 1653. 24mo., engraved title, all edges gilt; a very attractive copy in nineteenth-century full red morocco, gilt arms of Henry J.B. Clements on front cover , spine banded and gilt. Attractive small Elzevir edition of this utopian work by the famous Dominican friar Campanella. Chapter XXXI (pp. 274-288) is explicitly concerned with discoveries and settlements in the New World, and he recommends building forts at the mouths of all rivers and harbours "lest the English should break in and bring heresy." Written in 1598 or 1599, and rewritten soon after, this work prophesies the coming of a universal Christian monarchy (said to be the fifth such great monarchy in history) by the Spanish King. Curiously, it was first published in German in 1620, translated, probably by Besold, from Campanella's original manuscript: such an involved publishing history is not unlike many books in Campanella's oeuvre, testament to his unfailing trouble with ecclesiastical authorities; orthodoxy was not his strong point. The first English edition was published soon after this Elzevir edition as A Discourse touching the Spanish Monarchy (London, 1654); an Italian edition did not appear until 1840. Campanella's most famous work is his "City of the Sun", which was first published in 1623 but had been written during his long imprisonment by the Inquisition for sedition and heresy. The City of the Sun was a 'regimented, highly centralised, theocratic society characterized by breeding of human beings in accordance with science, subordination of individuals to the … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-07-20 14:59:33
PLAT, (SIR HUGH). ( Platt ).:
London, printed by Elizabeth Alsop, 1653.Containing Divers Rare and Profitable Inventions, together with sundry new Experiments in in (sic) the Art of Husbandry. With Divers Chymical Conclusions concerning the Art of Distillation, and the rare practices and uses thereof. . Wherunto is added, A rare and excellent Discourse of Minerals, Stones, Gums, and Rosins (sic); with the vertues and use thereof. By D.B. Gent. Believed to be the third edition 1653 (first published in 1594, then reissued by Bernard Alsop and Elizabeth Alsop also in 1653 ), 8vo, approximately 190 x 130 mm, 7½ x 5 inches, 18 woodcuts in the text, pages: (8), 232, Collation: A - Z4, Aa - Gg4, bound in later half calf over marbled boards, rebacked to style with raised bands and previous gilt lettered red morocco label, previous endpapers retained. Marbled paper rubbed and discoloured, corners slightly worn, 1 with tiny repair, armorial bookplate on front pastedown, (John Bolton), title page slightly browned, outer corner tips missing, neat old paper repair to fore - edge, crease across middle, small light brown stain to A2 and very small neat repair to upper corner, occasional light age - browning, occasional small stain, no loss, closed tear to text on K3, expertly repaired with no loss, small tears with slight loss to 2 margins, neatly repaired, no loss of text, 1 word crossed through with neat correction above it, rear endpaper has later manuscript recipe, 10 lines in old ink, for a drink used in the East Indies. A good tight copy. Containing recipes and notes on manures, brewing, mnemonics, moulding and c … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.
2014-07-19 20:11:36
PINTO, Ferdinand Mendez. ( Fernand Mendez Pinto ):
London, printed by J. Macock, for Henry Cripps, and Lodowick Lloyd, 1653.and a great part of the East - Indiaes. With a relation and description of most of the places thereof; their religion, laws, riches, customs, and government in time of peace and war. Where he five times suffered shipwrack, was sixteen times sold, and thirteen times made a slave. Written originally by himself in the Portugal tongue, and dedicated to the Majesty of Philip King of Spain. Done into English by H.C. Gent (Henry Cogan). FIRST ENGLISH EDITION 1653, small folio in fours, approximately 260 x 165 mm, 10¼ x 6½ inches, title page printed red and black, 2 pictorial headpieces, some decorated initials, pages: [14], 231, 240 - 326, lacks first and final blank leaf, jump in pagination present in all copies, collation: pi2 ( - pi1), (a)2, A - V4, Aa - Kk4, Aaa - Lll4 ( - Lll4), bound in modern quarter calf over new marbled sides, gilt dividing lines, raised bands, gilt rules and gilt title to spine, all edges red, new endpapers. Margins trimmed throughout with loss of some running titles and page numbers, many inner margins repaired long ago with transparent gummed strips, occasionally encroaching on text but all clearly visible, 3 small repairs to title page, pale library stamp to title page, another on verso together with a little early scribble and a modern armorial bookplate, 19 further pale stamps in the text margins, pages lightly browned throughout, occasional small stains, mainly to margins, 2 letters lost on page 97, otherwise no loss of legibility, a crease across centre of most pages, tiny ru … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.
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