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2014-09-29 23:54:37
Blaeu, Joan
Bookseller: Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints [U.S.A.]
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2014-09-29 12:16:58
James Windet
At the Sign of the Pelican, Little Britain: Johannem Sherlaeum, 1655. The first edition, 1655, of Windet's celebrated rant against Rome and Catholicism, written entirely in Latin. A small quarto tract originally issued as a pamphlet presumably, this has at some time in the distant past been bound into boards covered with marbled paper - paper which had already been printed on, and some text in English is discernable beneath the marbling. All before title page and after Finis missing - if there ever was anything, which is far from certain. Two pages extolling the virtue of the publication; A two page preface dated 25 July 1655; 5 pages of introduction; Followed by the full text of the tract, paginated 1 to 70. A rambling, largely incoherent rant predicting the fall of Rome in 1666, closely printed with extensive marginal references. James Windet's life before he graduated as an MD at Leiden in 1655 is largely unknown - he became a member of the College of Physicians in 1656, and was, according to Wood (Ath. Oxon.) "A good Latin Poet, a most excellent linguist, a great rabbi, a curious critick, and rather shaped for the faculty of divinity than for that facutly he professed" A friend of Sir Thomas Browne, Wilkin, who examined Windet's letters to Browne, states that "they are most tedious and pedantic....utterly destitute of interest". Windet died in London on 20th November 1664 and was buried there on November 24th, thus narrowly avoiding the need to explain away the failure of his prediction! TEXT ENTIRELY IN LATIN.. First Edition.. Hard Cover. Fair/No Jacket.
Bookseller: Mollie's Loft Books. [United Kingdom]
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2014-09-26 20:19:44
BLAEU, Willem (1571-1638) and Joannes BLAEU (1596-1673).
Blaeu, Amsterdam. Part II "Americas" of volume II (of 6) only, folio (20 4/8 x 13 6/8 inches). Text in Latin. Engraved title with letterpress title overslip, 15 engraved double-page maps ALL FINELY COLORED IN A CONTEMPORARY HAND, woodcut tail-pieces and initials (some light browning and spotting, a few marginal tears). Contemporary Dutch paneled vellum (remboitage), each cover elaborately decorated in gilt in two panels with fillets of broad floral roll tools, large floral inner corner-pieces and central floral medallion, yapp edges, all edges gilt (rebacked, lacking two pairs of ties, front cover with small split in fore-edge, one or two small stains). Provenance: Richard Green Library of Important Scientific Books, his sale, Christie's New York, 3rd December 2007, lot 256. A FINE TALL COPY WITH EXCEPTIONAL HAND-COLORING. An important part of the Latin edition of Blaeu's "Theatrum orbis terrarium." Containing fine large maps of "Americae," "Insulae Americanae," "Nova Belgica et Anglia Nova," "Barmudas," "Nova Virginiae," "Virginiae . et Floridae," "Nova Hispania et Nova Galicia," ".Novum Regnum Granatense et Popayan," "Venezuela, cum. Novae Andalusiae," "Guiana sive Amazonum Regio," "Brasilia," "Paraguay, o Prov. De Rio de la Plata cum. Tucuman et S.ta Cruz de la Sierrra," "Magellanica," "Chili," and "Peru." Of particular interest is the map of "Nova Belgica et Anglia Nova": "It's primary source is the first manuscript figurative map of Adrien Block, 1614. Indeed it is the first full representation of it in print. It is one of the earliest to name "Nieu Amsterdam" (Burden) … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries - Aradernyc [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2014-09-26 20:19:44
BLAEU, Willem (1571-1638) and Joannes BLAEU (1596-1673).
Blaeu, Amsterdam. Part II "Americas" of volume II (of 6) only, folio (20 4/8 x 13 6/8 inches). Text in Latin. Engraved title with letterpress title overslip, 15 engraved double-page maps ALL FINELY COLORED IN A CONTEMPORARY HAND, woodcut tail-pieces and initials (some light browning and spotting, a few marginal tears). Contemporary Dutch paneled vellum (remboitage), each cover elaborately decorated in gilt in two panels with fillets of broad floral roll tools, large floral inner corner-pieces and central floral medallion, yapp edges, all edges gilt (rebacked, lacking two pairs of ties, front cover with small split in fore-edge, one or two small stains). Provenance: Richard Green Library of Important Scientific Books, his sale, Christie's New York, 3rd December 2007, lot 256. A FINE TALL COPY WITH EXCEPTIONAL HAND-COLORING. An important part of the Latin edition of Blaeu's "Theatrum orbis terrarium." Containing fine large maps of "Americae," "Insulae Americanae," "Nova Belgica et Anglia Nova," "Barmudas," "Nova Virginiae," "Virginiae . et Floridae," "Nova Hispania et Nova Galicia," ".Novum Regnum Granatense et Popayan," "Venezuela, cum. Novae Andalusiae," "Guiana sive Amazonum Regio," "Brasilia," "Paraguay, o Prov. De Rio de la Plata cum. Tucuman et S.ta Cruz de la Sierrra," "Magellanica," "Chili," and "Peru." Of particular interest is the map of "Nova Belgica et Anglia Nova": "It's primary source is the first manuscript figurative map of Adrien Block, 1614. Indeed it is the first full representation of it in print. It is one of the earliest to name "Nieu Amsterdam" (Burden) … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries - Aradernyc [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2014-09-25 14:26:33
SEMEDO, ALVAREZ.
London: E. Tyler for John Crook, 1655. Folio. 2 engraved portraits, 2 maps, one folding, 1 plate. Contemporary paneled calf. Extremities rubbed, spine chipped at head and foot. A very good copy in an appealing period binding. FIRST EDITION IN ENGLISH. Alvarez Semedo (or Semmedo) served as Portuguese Procurado General for China for many years. First published in Latin in 1642, this work is based on the author's observations and is "as yet unaffected by the later racialist or colonialist mythologies" that pervaded the work of later authors (Lust). "Semedo gives more detailed information about the Chinese language than Gonzalez de Mendoza (1585) and Trigault (1615)" (Lowendahl). A splendid Jewish-American association copy from the library of Joseph Solomon Ottolenghe (1711-1775), ink stamp on title, marginalia. Ottolenghe, born Giuseppe Salomone Ottolenghi i Casale Monferratto in Italy in 1711, was invited to England by his uncle. He converted from Judaism to English Protestantism and emigrated to Savannah, Georgia in 1751, first to work as a missionary among the blacks. Later he was appointed as superintendent of the local silk industry and published a treatise on the breeding of silk worms. He served as a member of the Georgia legislature from 1761-1765. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: 19th Century Rare Book & Photograph Shop [Stevenson, MD, U.S.A.]
2014-09-25 08:27:22
Della Chiesa Francesco Agostino
per i FF. Strabella 1655 - 1657, in Cuneo. 2 voll. in-4° antico (207x147mm), pp. (48), 531, (35) di indici tricolonni, (2) di errata; (16), 589, (41) di avvertenza ai lettori e di indici tricolonni; legatura coeva in piena pelle marmorizzata con dorsi adorni di titolo e segnatura di volume in oro su tassello, filetti ed elaborati decori floreali e fitomorfi in oro. Tagli rossi. Segnacoli. Corona di Savoia ai due occhietti e stemma coronato sorretto da due leoni rampanti ai due frontespizi. Un ritratto xilografico a m. pag. dell'autore al recto della quarta c. nn. del secondo vol. Testatine, finalini, capilettera ornati e numerosi stemmi delle provincie sabaude in xilografia a m. pag. (35 sono stemmi di città e domini sabaudi, 2 di stemmi vescovili). In fine di entrambi i volumi, copiosi indici Delle citta', borghi, castelli, chiese principali, monti, fiumi, laghi e bagni e Delle famiglie, huomini illustri, e popoli. Le due parti sono precedute da versi italiani e latini di vari autori. Ex-libris moderno. Qualche sporadico alone, qualche glossa marginale di mano antica. Esemplare assai bello. Prima edizione, dedicata a Carlo Emanuele II, di quest'opera di notevole importanza per la storia piemontese dell'epoca, che valse al Della Chiesa l'appellativo di Muratori del Piemonte. L'autore fa una dettagliata descrizione delle città, dei castelli, delle abbazie, dei monasteri, delle chiese, delle fortificazioni, comprese nei domini sabaudi, della loro geografia ed economia e degli uomini illustri che le hanno fregiate nei più diversi àmbiti, indugiando sul Ducato di Savoia, su Chi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Gilibert Libreria Antiquaria (ILAB-LILA) [Torino, ><, Italy]
2014-09-24 12:32:25
Blaeu, Joan
Bookseller: Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints, ABAA [Garrison, NY, U.S.A.]
2014-09-23 14:11:03
. mit Grenzkolorit,, um 1655, 41,5 x 59,5. Die gesuchte Karte von Schleswig- Holstein, hier in einer Ausgabe bei Blaeu. Mit lateinischem Rückseitentext. - Oben rechts eine große Titelkartusche und Wappen, am unteren Rand 2 weitere Kartuschen mit Erklärungen und Widmungen. Am linken und rechten Rand 10 bzw. 8 Stadtgrundrisse. Links: Ripen, Schleswig, Flensburg, Hadersleben, Husum, Tondern, Sonderburg, Apenrade, Eckernförde und Tönning. Rechts: Hamburg, Kiel, Rendsburg, Itzehoe, Oldesloh, Krempe, Glückstadt und Plön.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck
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2014-09-14 12:10:00
Sanson, Nicolas
Paris 1655. Karte zeigt gesamt Polen mit teilweise Lithauen und Rumänien, altkoloriert, Kupferstich, 38,5 x 55. Zustand: Perfekt
Bookseller: Antique Sommer & Sapunaru KG
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2014-09-09 20:50:28
ROSS, Alexander
London: printed by T[homas]. C[hilde]. for John Saywell, and are to be sold at his shop,, 1655. With the severall Church-Governments, from the Creation, to these Times. Also, a Discovery of all known Heresies in all Ages and Places: and choice Observations and Reflections throughout the whole. The second Edition, Enlarged and Perfected, by Alexander Ross. To which are annexed, The Lives, Actions, and Ends of certain Notorious Hereticks. With their Effigies in Copper Plates. Octavo (162 × 109 mm) in two parts. Contemporary calf, double blind rules, raised bands, old paper spine label lettered by hand, unlined. Frontispiece portrait of the author (A1v) by Lombart, engraved printer's device on general title page and internal title page, second part with 17 engraved portraits in the text. Rubbed, three corners worn, fresh and clean internally, an excellent copy in an unrestored contemporary binding. Alexander Ross (1591–1654), chaplain-in-ordinary to Charles I, was a prolific religious writer, perhaps best remembered now for his first translation into English of the Qur'an (1649). First published in 1653, his Pansebeia is here expanded by the addition of a second part, "Apocalypsis: or, The revelation of certain notorious advancers of heresie: ... translated out of the Latine by J.D." (Wing R1944), a translation by John Davies of the anonymous "Apocalypsis insignium aliquot haeresiarcharum", with separate title page dated 1655 and separate pagination beginning on 3B1r. The work includes portraits of the principal Dutch and German Anabaptists, as well as Michael Se … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington
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2014-09-08 23:49:36
Sanson, Nicolas
Paris 1655. Karte zeigt gesamt Polen mit teilweise Lithauen und der Ukraine, 1. Ausgabe, altkoloriert, Kupferstich, 42,5 x 57. Zustand: Rand oben und unten ergänzt
Bookseller: Antique Sommer & Sapunaru KG
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2014-09-06 13:59:51
CAESAR, JULIUS. Commentary by Clement Edmonds.:
London, R. Daniel, 1655.. As also The Art of our Modern Training, or, Tactick Practice; Whereunto is adjoyned the Eighth Commentary of the Warres in Gallia (by A. Hirtius Pansa); with some short Observations upon it. Together with the Life of Caesar, and an Account of his Medalls. FOURTH EDITION 1655, revised, corrected and enlarged, translated with observations by Clement Edmonds. 4to, approximately 275 x 175 mm, 11 x 7 inches, additional engraved architectural title page, engraved portrait of Caesar, 14 engraved plates of which 9 are either folding or double page, woodcut historiated initials and head- and tailpieces, pages: [48], 196, [2]; 142; 10, (2), "Observations upon Caesars Commentaries of the civile warres betwixt him and Pompey," by Clement Edmunds and "A continuation of the warres in Gallia, beginning where Caesar left, and deducing the history to the time of the civile warres," written by Hirtius Pansa each has a special title page, register and pagination is continuous, register restarts for the 10 pages of the "Manner of our Modern Training or Tactick Practise", final leaf is blank, bound in full antique calf, panelled in blind, rebacked to style, raised bands, blind rules, gilt lettered red morocco label, edges speckled red, previous endpapers retained, inner hinges neatly strengthened. Boards slightly marked, corners very slightly worn, signs of bookplate removal on front pastedown, ink name on front endpaper, small light stain and tiny chip to margin of engraved title page, stain repeated on printed title, occasional small light stains to text, few ink spo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton
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2014-09-02 13:21:57
GALILEI, Galileo
Bologna: Evangelista Dozza, 1655. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 1655-1656. 4to (228x165 mm); [22], 29-32, [2], 1-48; [8], 1-160; [4], 1-68; [2] 3-48; [2] 3-43 [1]; [2] 3-264 pp. [2], [1] 2-48; [2] 3-60; [2], 53-106; [2], 103-126; [3] 4-7 [1], 1-105, [3], 105-156; [4], 1-127 [1]; [8], 1-179 [1]; [8], 1-238 [i.e. 242], [6] pp. Including half-titles, allegorical frontispiece by Stefano Della Bella, engraved portrait of Galileo by F. Villamoena, double-page engraved plate, numerous woodcut illustrations and diagrams in text. Without the first blank in second volume. Paper repairs of a few mm to upper margin of some leaves and repaired tear to inner gutter of portrait (without loss) in first volume; second volume with tear and small hole in O2 affecting one letter and with paper restoration to torn lower corners of F2, T2 and V2 not affecting text, very little occasional spotting and light age-toning. Contemporary full vellum with title in manuscript to spines (spines browned, boards spotted and soiled, some wear to extremities, repair to inner hinges with new endpapers laid down to inner boards, some leaves reinforced at gutter). Illegible ownership inscriptions to title of first volume and half title of second volume. A fine, clean copy with ample margins in original binding. Complete set of all 17 works as called for by Cinti. ---- Cinti 132; Riccardi I, 518; Houzeau -Lancaster I, 3386; Honeyman 1418; Roller -G. I, 433; Wellcome III, 83. First and rare edition of Galileo's collected works, edited by Carlo Manolessi and dedicated to Grand Duke Ferdinand II. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2014-09-02 06:40:01
GALILEI, Galileo
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Ritterhude, Germany]
2014-08-31 15:58:48
Moses Maimonides
Oxford: H. Hall & R. Davis 1655, 1655. First edition. First edition of this early edition of the great Jewish philosopher with text printed in both LATIN AND HEBREW being the first book printed at Oxford with Hebrew type. Bound with APPENDIX NOTARUM MISCELLANEA. Bound in full contemporary vellum. Old staining throughout across lower half of pages; however the text is complete and perfectly legible. Collates as follows: 2 blank leaves; i-xxiv; 1-355; i-iv; 1-436; i-xxviii; 3 final blanks. Small 1/4-inch chip to vellum at crown of spine. text is printed in parallel columns of Latin and Hebrew-Arabic script. Maimonides' commentary on the Mishnah with annotations by Edward Pococke.
Bookseller: Kubik Fine Books Ltd, ABAA
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2014-08-23 18:19:32
Camoens, Luis de.
London, printed for Humphrey Moseley, 1655.. Folio. (22), 224 pp., plus full-page engraved portraits of Prince Henry the Navigator and Vasco de Gama. Engraved portrait frontispiece of Camoens with verses below. 20th-century red morocco, gilt with all edges gilt and gilt inner dentelles by Bayntun.. The first English-language edition of the epic poem of Portuguese exploration, a monument of Portuguese literature, and a work that gave a Homeric form to Renaissance-era travels and discoveries. "The 'Lusiads', as a synthesis of national sentiment and literary development, stands unchallenged as the epic of the Portuguese nation, and it celebrates more than anything else the voyage of Da Gama and the intrepid bravery of the Portuguese on land and sea" (Lach). Camoens' work was first published in Lisbon in 1572. In the early 1530s the great Portuguese historian, Joao de Barros, most famous for his "Decadas de Asia", called for an epic poem of Portuguese exploration and discovery. That call was answered later in the century by Luis de Camoens (1524-80). Camoens was educated in a monastic school in Coimbra, and produced poetry and plays at a young age. In his early twenties he was banished from Lisbon after producing a play thought to be disparaging of the royal family. He served as a soldier in the Portuguese forces besieging Ceuta in North Africa, where he lost an eye. Camoens returned to Lisbon in 1550, but found himself in more trouble, and was pardoned by the King on condition that he serve the Crown in India for five years. He arrived at Goa in late 1553 and stayed there brie … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
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2014-08-23 12:59:33
Gassendi, Petrus. (Tychonis Brahei & Nicolai Copernici)
The Hague, 1655. The Hague. Good. 1655. Second (corrected) edition. Hardcover. Full sheep with embossed celestial angles. Lacks frontis portrait; light moisture mark pp.131-232 (see final image); chip to head of spine; lacking corner to index page not affecting text; otherwise Very Good. Includes bright engraving of Copernicus as frontis to his vita. Half title in red and black. Painted edges. Contains unpaginated double page plate " tabula ascensionum rectarum" loosely inserted between p. 176-177. Floriated initials; woodcut illustrations. ; Octavo; LX, 373, [11] pages; Additional images and further information provided upon request. .
Bookseller: William Chrisant & Sons FABA, ABAA, ILAB [Ft Lauderdale, FL, U.S.A.]
2014-08-23 12:59:33
Gassendi, Petrus. (Tychonis Brahei & Nicolai Copernici)
The Hague, 1655. The Hague. Good. 1655. Second (corrected) edition. Hardcover. Full sheep with embossed celestial angles. Lacks frontis portrait; light moisture mark pp.131-232 (see final image); chip to head of spine; lacking corner to index page not affecting text; otherwise Very Good. Includes bright engraving of Copernicus as frontis to his vita. Half title in red and black. Painted edges. Contains unpaginated double page plate " tabula ascensionum rectarum" loosely inserted between p. 176-177. Floriated initials; woodcut illustrations. ; Octavo; LX, 373, [11] pages; Additional images and further information provided upon request. .
Bookseller: William Chrisant & Sons FABA, ABAA, ILAB [Ft Lauderdale, FL, U.S.A.]
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2014-08-23 12:59:33
Gassendi, Petrus. (Tychonis Brahei & Nicolai Copernici)
The Hague, 1655. The Hague. Good. 1655. Second (corrected) edition. Hardcover. Full sheep with embossed celestial angles. Lacks frontis portrait; light moisture mark pp.131-232 (see final image); chip to head of spine; lacking corner to index page not affecting text; otherwise Very Good. Includes bright engraving of Copernicus as frontis to his vita. Half title in red and black. Painted edges. Contains unpaginated double page plate " tabula ascensionum rectarum" loosely inserted between p. 176-177. Floriated initials; woodcut illustrations. ; Octavo; LX, 373, [11] pages; Additional images and further information provided upon request. .
Bookseller: William Chrisant & Sons FABA, ABAA, ILAB [Ft Lauderdale, FL, U.S.A.]
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2014-08-23 12:59:33
Pierre Gassendi (aka Pierre Gassend, Petrus Gassendi, Petro Gassendo)
Bookseller: William Chrisant & Sons' Old Florida Book Shop, ABAA, ILAB, FABA [U.S.A.]
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2014-08-16 08:43:34
CAESAR, JULIUS. Commentary by Clement Edmonds.:
London, R. Daniel, 1655.As also The Art of our Modern Training, or, Tactick Practice; Whereunto is adjoyned the Eighth Commentary of the Warres in Gallia (by A. Hirtius Pansa); with some short Observations upon it. Together with the Life of Caesar, and an Account of his Medalls. FOURTH EDITION 1655, revised, corrected and enlarged, translated with observations by Clement Edmonds. 4to, approximately 275 x 175 mm, 11 x 7 inches, additional engraved architectural title page, engraved portrait of Caesar, 14 engraved plates of which 9 are either folding or double page, woodcut historiated initials and head - and tailpieces, pages: [48], 196, [2]; 142; 10, (2), "Observations upon Caesars Commentaries of the civile warres betwixt him and Pompey," by Clement Edmunds and "A continuation of the warres in Gallia, beginning where Caesar left, and deducing the history to the time of the civile warres," written by Hirtius Pansa each has a special title page, register and pagination is continuous, register restarts for the 10 pages of the "Manner of our Modern Training or Tactick Practise", final leaf is blank, bound in full antique calf, panelled in blind, rebacked to style, raised bands, blind rules, gilt lettered red morocco label, edges speckled red, previous endpapers retained, inner hinges neatly strengthened. Boards slightly marked, corners very slightly worn, signs of bookplate removal on front pastedown, ink name on front endpaper, small light stain and tiny chip to margin of engraved title page, stain repeated on printed title, occasional small light stains to text, few ink spot … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.
2014-08-12 17:57:02
Grotius, Hugo; Barksdale, Clement
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2014-08-12 17:57:02
Grotius, Hugo; Barksdale, Clement
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2014-08-12 16:11:36
CAMÕES (CAMOENS), Luis de.
Alden & Landis 655/30; ESTC R18836; Howgego I, C27; Lach II.2, pp.149-60; Penrose, pp.72- 73, 289-90; Streeter 41. First English-language edition of the great epic poem of Portuguese exploration, a monument of Portuguese literature that gave a Homeric aura to Renaissance voyages of discovery and colonial conquests. In mythology Lusus, a son or companion of Bacchus, is said to have founded Lusitania, approximately corresponding to the modern kingdom of Portugal, so the Portuguese heroes of the epic are called Luciads. "The 'Lusiads', as a synthesis of national sentiment and literary development, stands unchallenged as the epic of the Portuguese nation, and it celebrates more than anything else the voyage of Da Gama and the intrepid bravery of the Portuguese on land and sea" (Lach).It gives a fine description not only of Portuguese exploits in the East, but also of the flora and fauna of Asia and India, the ethnographic details of the peoples there, and the geography of the region, informed by Camões's own experiences as well as his familiarity with Ptolemy and Barros.Slightly browned and with some mostly marginal tears repaired, otherwise in good condition. The binding has a minor surface crack at the head of the joint of the front board and an occasional tiny scuff mark at the extremities but is otherwise in fine condition. An epic poem forming a classic of Portuguese literature and of the literature of overseas expansion and the exploration of Asia, by an author with years of experience in Portuguese Asia.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)
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2014-08-11 17:29:37
Bucelinus, Gabriel.
Augsburg, Praetorius, 1655 (Bd. 1), Ulm, Görlin, 1662 (Bd. 2) und Ulm, Kühnen, 1678.. Bd. 1: 5 Bl., 151, 64, 97, 282 S., 18 Bl. Mit 4 Titelbl., einigen gest. Vignetten u. vielen gest. Wappendarstellungen im Text; Bd. 2: 8 Bl., 423 S., 155 Bl., 347 S., 17 Bl. Mit Titelkupfer, 40 Kupfertaf. m. Portr. d. Herrscherinnen u. Herrscher, zahlr. Wappenabb. im Text u. mehreren Vignetten; Bd. 4: 4 Bl. (darunter Titelbl. in Rot u. Schwarz), 32, 527 S. Mit zahlr. Wappenabb.. im Text. Alle 3 Bde. im Folio-Format (ca. 32 x 20 cm). Pgmt. d. Zt. mit Gebrauchsspuren und etwas beschäd. (nur Bd. 2 - Bde. 1 u. 4 m. goldgepr. Rückenschild und gut erhalten).. Gabriel Bucelinus (Buzlin) wurde 1599 in Diessenhofen in Thurgau geboren. Schon mit 13 Jahren trat er dem Benediktinerorden im Kloster Weingarten (Baden-Württemberg) bei, studierte Phlios. u. Theologie in Dillingen a. d. Donau und unterrichtete danach in seinem Heimatkloster Weingarten Geisteswissenschaften. Nach dem Ende des Dreißigjährigen Kriegs ließ er sich im Kloster St. Johann in Feldkirch / Vorarlberg nieder, wirkte dort als Prior, wo er auch sein Hauptwerk "Germania topo-chrono-stemmatographica" schuf. Hier behandelt Buzlin die Stammbäume der angesehensten Mitglieder des Klerus und des Adels aus dem gesamten Heiligen Römischen Reich Deutscher Nation, die er in langjährigen Forschungen und dank zahlreichen Kontakten zu vielen adeligen Familien zusammenstellte. 1681 erkrankte Buzlin und zog sich in sein Heimatkloster Weingarten zurück, wo er nach wenigen Monaten starb. - Kupfertitel des ersten Bandes fehlt, Bd. 2 u. 4 nur m … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Galerie Magnet GmbH
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2014-07-30 20:57:30
. dat. 1655, 41,5 x 55. Pastoureau, Sanson V E. - Die Titelkartusche befindet sich oben mittig. Die Karte zeigt Afrika südlich des Äquators. Im Osten die Insel Madagaskar.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck
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2014-07-20 13:46:27
CAESAR, JULIUS. Commentary by Clement Edmonds.:
London, R. Daniel, 1655.As also The Art of our Modern Training, or, Tactick Practice; Whereunto is adjoyned the Eighth Commentary of the Warres in Gallia (by A. Hirtius Pansa); with some short Observations upon it. Together with the Life of Caesar, and an Account of his Medalls. FOURTH EDITION 1655, revised, corrected and enlarged, translated with observations by Clement Edmonds. 4to, 275 x 175 mm, 11 x 7 inches, additional engraved architectural title page, engraved portrait of Caesar, 14 engraved plates of which 9 are either folding or double page, woodcut historiated initials and head - and tailpieces, pages [48], 196, [2]; 142; 10, (2), "Observations upon Caesars Commentaries of the civile warres betwixt him and Pompey," by Clement Edmunds and "A continuation of the warres in Gallia, beginning where Caesar left, and deducing the history to the time of the civile warres," written by Hirtius Pansa each has a special title page, register and pagination is continuous, register restarts for the 10 pages of the "Manner of our Modern Training or Tactick Practise", final leaf is blank, bound in full antique calf, panelled in blind, rebacked to style, raised bands, blind rules, gilt lettered red morocco label, edges speckled red, previous endpapers retained, inner hinges neatly strengthened. Boards slightly marked, corners very slightly worn, signs of bookplate removal on front pastedown, ink name on front endpaper, small light stain and tiny chip to margin of engraved title page, stain repeated on printed title, occasional small light stains to text, few ink spots to 3 pages wi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.
2014-07-18 15:34:21
SEMEDO, Alvaro
London: E. Tyler for John Crook, 1655. Quarto, with two portrait frontispieces, engraved costume plate and folding map, and an engraved map in the text; small paper flaw affecting one leaf yet an excellent copy with the single contents leaf (not noted in the collation by Lust) and advertisement leaf bound in; contemporary speckled calf, spine ornamented in gilt; joints worn but firm, small loss to head of spine. Southern China in the early 17th century. First English edition of Semedo's very important study of China (first published as Relatione della grande monarchia della Cina in 1643) with the section describing the Manchu conquest of China based on Martini's De bello Tartarico historia of 1654. 'Alvarez Semedo (1586-1658) was the Portuguese Procurador General for China. He first arrived in China in 1613. Unlike other Jesuits, he remained in the south of China except for a visit to Xi'an in 1625, where he was the first European to examine the newly discovered Nestorian Tablet which had remained buried for centuries. In 1640 he wrote a detailed report in Italian to publicize the Jesuit mission in China. It is from this rare book that can be obtained very important information about Semedo's fascinating account on other important religions: the Muslim and Jewish communities in Ming dynasty in China. Semedo was the first European to describe in Europe the preparation and benefits of tea as a beverage. He wrote his original manuscript in Goa in 1638. It was first published in Spanish in 1642 by Manuel de Faria y Sousa. Martino Martini (1614-1661), an Ital … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-07-15 09:13:32
MARKHAM, Gervase,:
London, printed for Francis Grove and are to be sold by Martha Harrison at the signe of the Lambe at the East end of St. Paules Church, 1655.Also, exceeding necessary and profitable for all such as travell by Sea and come into uninhabited places: Especially, all those that have any thing to doe with New Plantations. SECOND EDITION, 1655. Small 8vo, approximately 150 x 85 mm, 5½ x 3½ inches, woodcut frontispiece, 22 woodcut text illustrations of varying sizes, decorated initials, pages: [14], 1 - 285, some misnumbering but catch words correct, rebound in full panelled calf, maroon gilt lettered label, gilt decoration to spine, blind decoration to covers, new endpapers and pastedowns. 6 pages including frontispiece have offset from images to text, 3 tips of corners torn with slight loss, not affecting text, 1 margin torn with loss affecting the first few words to 7 lines of text, last page has tiny neat repair to blank side, some pale age - browning, occasional brown and dusty marks, 2 margins have a little old ink scribble, not affecting text, occasional small nick to margins, otherwise a good copy. See: A Bibliography of Gervase Markham, 1568 - 1637, by F. Poynter, page 135; James Edmund Harting, Bibliotheca Accipitraria, A Catalogue of Books Ancient and Modern relating to Falconry, page 8; John Resler Swift, Bibliotheca Accipitraria II, A Catalogue of Books Ancient and Modern Relating to Falconry in the English Language, 1486 - 2000, page 207 No. 367, illustration at rear of book; Carl Franz Georg Richard Schwerdt, Hunting, Hawking and Shooting, Volume 2, page 12. MORE IMA … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-07-05 21:54:16
(PALLAVICINO). BRUSONI, GIROLAMO (c. 1614-186?).
1655. Venice, Turrini, 1655. 12mo (147 x 83 mm). 24pp. Title within double fillet border. Full-page engraved portrait of Pallavicino on title verso, signed Jac. Pi. (Giacomo Piccini). Gold-tooled green crushed morocco, sies with central grotesque tool and tiny fleurons at angles of a blind double fillet panel, spine gilt lettered with five faux raised bands, edges and turn-ins gilt, by Lortic; untrimmed. Provenance: Charles Butler (Warren Wood Hatfield bookplate); Bernard Breslauer. Repaired marginal tear in A10, grazing text; else a wonderful copy. First separate edition, second issue, dated 1655 and with the portrait, of Brusoni's brief biography of his friend Ferrante Pallavicino (1615-1644), defrocked monk, novelist, virulent anti-clerical satirist and fellow member of Loredano'Accademia degli Incognit. Pallavicino is best known for him being the only libertine of his generation to die for his beliefs. On a visit to Avignon, at the age of 28, he was imprisoned and beheaded. The author, Brusoni, was a libertine monk like Pallavicino and like him he was imprisoned for his beliefs; he spent time in a Venetion prison in 1644 for attacking the Church and its censorship of books. His fear of meeting his friend's fate made him toe the line thereafter. When he was released from prison he spent six or seven years in a monastery, in uncharacteristic silence, before publishing the present work, which lay the foundation for the exaltation of Pallavicino as libertine anti-hero. Considered by some Brusoni's best work, the Vita di Ferrante Pallaviciono floats in ambivalence, as … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-07-05 21:54:16
(PALLAVICINO). BRUSONI, GIROLAMO (c. 1614-186?).
Bookseller: Knuf Rare Books [France]
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2014-06-21 15:03:21
L'Ecole des filles.
. . Gay-Lemonnyer II, 62. - Sehr seltene Ausgabe des berühmtem Erotikons, dessen komplette erste Auflage (1655) auf dem Scheiterhaufen verbrannt worden war. Als Autor wird häufig Michel Millot genannt, der aber wohl, zusammen mit Jean L'Ange, nur Herausgeber und Auftraggeber des Erstdrucks war. Späteren Nachdrucken war häufig ein "Madrigal" zu Ehren des Autors vorangesetzt, das Millots Namen in "Mililot" oder, wie hier, "Mililorme" verballhornte. Dem titelgebenden Dialog zweier junger Frauen über sexuelle Themen sind ca. 30 weitere "galante" Texte von Pierre-Corneille Blessebois, Roger de Rabutin Bussy, Pietro Aretino sowie verschiedenen anonymen Autoren angefügt. Bis in die Abfolge hinein sind sie mit dem Inhalt eines unter dem Titel "Le cabinet d'amour et de Venus" und dem fingierten Druckort "Cologne, chez les Heritiers de Pierre Marteau" erschienenen Werks identisch. Die auf dem Titelblatt genannten "trente sept Belles Figure (sic) Gravees en Taille Douce" existieren nach Gay-Lemonnyer nicht. Sowohl Gay-Lemonnyer als auch Brunet (Imprimeurs imaginaires, S. 19) zitieren die vorliegende Ausgabe lediglich nach einem bei der Versteigerung der Sammlung Jules Auvillain (Paris 1865) angebotenen Exemplar. Weitere Nachweise für die Existenz des Drucks kannten sie nicht ("une edition ..., qui n'avait pas encore cite" - Brunet). Das einzige für uns nachweisbare titelgleiche Exemplar in der Bibliothek der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in München weicht in der Kollation deutlich ab. - Papier gering gebräunt. ** Bestellungen bis 14 Uhr versenden wir am selben Tag. - Schweizer Postko … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-06-10 14:31:42
[ORGAN] Kindermann, Johann Erasmus 1616-1655
. N.d., but after 1655. 172 x 138 mm. + wide margins. Some light spotting, but in very good condition overall. Taped to mount at upper corners of verso.. A German composer and organist, Kindermann's "was the most imaginative and adventurous music written in Nuremberg in the 17th century: he adopted all possible means for the expressive setting of a text. He is important too in the teacher-pupil tradition in 17th-century Nuremberg that began with his teacher Johann Staden and continued through Kindermann to his foremost pupils Heinrich Schwemmer and Georg Caspar Wecker, who taught Johann Krieger and Johann Pachelbel." Harold E. Samuel in Grove online Reproduced in TNG Vol. 10 p. 62 and in MGG Vol. 7 col. 908.
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2014-06-03 20:05:51
Dugdale, William
Typis Richardi Hodgkinsonne, 1655. Typis Richardi Hodgkinsonne. LEATHER BOUND. B00KNVF6JQ 1655 first edition 'Typis Richardi Hodgkinsonne' (London), 9 1/4 x 13 3/4 inches tall x 3 inches thick full leather bound, [40], 1151 pp., plus 53 full-page engraved plates (two folding), extra engraved title page, primary title page, half title page and three divisional title pages. Primary title page in red and black. Engraved plates signed by Daniel King, Wenceslaus Hollar and Robert Vaughan. The first volume of the monumental history of the various religious orders in England, and an account of the individual monasteries, by Sir Richard Dugdale, in collaboration with Roger Dodsworth. The second and third volumes of the work (not offered here) were issued in 1661 and 1673, respectively. Rebacked in leather at some point, apparently employing the original boards, which are rubbed and edgeworn, especially worn at the tips and fore edges. Endpapers refreshed. Extra engraved title is stained and foxed, mainly to margins, which have been reinforced with paper reinforcement to recto. Light red staining (likely from printer) to primary title page, which is lightly foxed to fore margin. One of the engraved plates has a 6 x 3/4 inch chip from the fore margin, not affecting the engraving. One of the folding plates is torn, with paper repairs. A couple of tiny pinholes to one of the plates. A 1/4-inch closed tear to the edge of one page. One page with a small, neat ink notation. One leaf (comprising pages 1017-1018) with an 1/8-inch hole, affecting a letter or two of text on each pag … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-05-31 09:34:23
Janssonius Jan,1588-1664
Northern-Atlantic/Barentssea, ,1655. Coppermap, edited by Janssonius J., anno 1655, "Pascaart vande Zee-Custen van Finmarcken, Laplant, Ruslant...." Edited in Atlas Novus, french edition, approx. anno 1655, little brownish, foxed, little restoration on below margin. Size of the leaf: 50x60 cm...
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2014-05-03 07:35:30
Scarron, Monsieur
Paris: Antoine de Sommaville, 1655. Paris: Antoine de Sommaville, 1655. Scarron, Monsieur, 1610-1660. L'Escolier de Salamanque, ou Les genereux ennemis : tragi-comedie / de Mr Scarron. Paris: chez Antoine de Sommaville, 1655. Original edition. Tchermerzine X p229. Soleinne. #1216. 12mo. Contemporary vellum, soiled, head of spine chipped. Engraved title, verso blank; printed title verso blank; 6p dedicate to A Son Altesse Royale, signed Scarron; 1 p priv. 4 December 1654, acheve 31 de December 1654; 1p acteurs; 84p text. Collation: a5, A-G6. Marginal staining p.27, chip C6 bottom margin no loss of text. First few leaves of text show a bit more soiling than the rest, Very good copy. This work is a translation and adaptation of Rojas Zorrill's Obligados y ofendidos y Gorron de Salamanca. (1640). L'Escolier de Salamanque, set in Toledo, concerns the seduction of an innocent girl by a local Count. The brother of the girl Pedre, a student from Salamanca who is sent to revenge the seduction, becomes caught in a three-times crossways conflict which becomes a powerful drama when the young man is trapped in an artificial code of honor. Pedre must enter into a truce with the Count who has saved him from arrest. Moreover, Pedre is in love the Count's sister. The truce between enemies creates a fast friendship between the two men, much discussed on stage. The conflict is ultimately resolved only when the Count agrees to marry the innocent girl he has victimized and Pedre is given the Count's sister in return for his courage and fidelity. According to Brerton, L'Escolier de Sala … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-04-28 19:50:07
MARTINI Martin (chine)
Amstelodami, Apud Iohannem Ianfsonium Juniorem, 1655. In - 12, reliure du dix - huitième siècle en maroquin rouge, triple filet doré encadrant les plats, dos lisse orné à la grotesque, roulette sur les chasses et les coupes, tranches dorées. 215 pp. Edition originale très rare, ornée d?un titre - frontispice, d?une carte de la Chine repliée, et de 8 planches h. - texte repliées. Très légères fentes en bas des mors ; dorure du dos légèrement oxydée ; petite tache sur le plat inférieur. Missionnaire et Jésuite italien, né à Trente en 1614, mort en Chine en 1661. Il partit dès son plftus jeune âge pour la Chine, étudia pendant quatre ans les moeurs et la langue de ce vaste empire et devint supérieur de la mission de Hang - Tcheou et joua un rôle important auprès de l?Empereur Ming. Auteur de plusieurs ouvrages, on lui doit notamment l?Atlas Sinensis, l?ouvrage le plus complet et le plus exact qui soit paru sur la Chine. 12 mo in red morocco 18th binding, triple gilt fillets and flower cornerpieces on the boards, flat spine with grotesque decoration, gilt decorated inner board, gilt edges, frontispiece title, folded map of China, 8 folded plates. Few flaws : small stain on back - board ; lower joints slightly split ; contemporary hand writting on the upper margin of the tittle page. Very rare original edition and a very good copy. The author was an Italian Jesuit missonary, (Trente 1614 - China 1661). He left very young for China, studied during 4 years the customs & language of this huge empire and became head of the Hang Theou Mission. He also played an important role with th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Livres Anciens Lucas Philippe
2014-04-24 16:43:29
OVIDE. (PUBLIUS OVIDIUS NASO, 43-17 AVT J.C.)
1655 - A PARIS. CHEZ ANTOINE DE SOMMAVILLE. 1655. FORT IN-4 (18,5 X 24 X 7 CENTIMETRES ENVIRON) DE (7) + 740 ET 401 PAGES, RELIURE POSTERIEURE PLEIN VEAU MARBRE, DOS A QUATRE LEGERS NERFS ORNE DE FILETS ET DE FLEURONS DORES, TITRE DORE SUR ETIQUETTE MAROQUIN ROUGE, TRANCHES ROUGES. ILLUSTRE D'UN PORTRAIT D'OVIDE EN FRONTISPICE, D'UN TITRE GRAVE ET DE 15 PLANCHES HORS TEXTE GRAVES SUR CUIVRE PAR JASPAR ISAAC ; AINSI QUE D' UNE VIGNETTE DE TITRE SUR LE FEUILLET DE TITRE IMPRIME ET DE BANDEAUX ET CULS-DE-LAMPES GRAVES SUR BOIS. PETITE TRACE DE COUP SUR UN COIN, SINON TRES BEL EXEMPLAIRE. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie du Château de Capens [France]
2014-04-23 20:51:53
SALNOVE Robert de (Messire)
A Paris chez André Soubron, 1655. In / 4 reliure (19è) demi - chagrin noir, dos lisse à caissons ornés, 14 ff. (frontispice, préface, tables), 437 p. Edition originale. Rousseurs et mouillures en bordures des 7 premiers et 33 derniers feuillets. Usures sur les bords. Erreur de pagination : 433 au lieu de 435. 2 pages sont doublées : 168 / 169 (intercallée entre les pages 189 / 190 également imprimées deux fois. Edition originale de ce traité célèbre, destiné, dans l?esprit de l?auteur, à remplacer celui de Du Fouilloux, que l?auteur trouvait écrit dans un langage trop libre. Doué d?un prodigieux esprit d?observation, il avait appris à connaître les animaux de nos forêts. Il nous a laissé des détails, non seulement sur la manière de les chasser, mais aussi sur leurs habitudes, leurs ruses et leurs instincts. Il contient les chasses du cerf, du lièvre, du chevreuil, du sanglier, du loup et du renard. Avec la manière d?élever les chiens et un traité des remèdes pour leurs maladies. Brunet T.5, Thiebaud col. 823 / 824. RARE. relié Bon état
Bookseller: Livres Anciens Lucas Philippe
2014-04-20 13:45:22
GUYBERT, Philibert ; [ GUIBERT, Philibert ]
Reveuës corrigées, & augmentée en cette dernière Edition par l'Autheur, 1 vol. in-12 reliure pleine vélin souple d'époque, Par Arnaud Colomiez, Tolose [ Toulouse ], 1655, 650 pp. et 11 ff. n. ch. ; Titre complet : Toutes les Oeuvres du Médecin Charitable de Philibert Guybert, Escuyer, Docteur Regent en la Faculté de Medecine à Paris. Scavoir Le Medecin Charitable, Le prix & Valeur des Medicaments, L'Apothiquaire Charitable, Le choix des Medicaments, Le Traicté du Sené, La Manière de faire diverses Confitures, Le Traicté de la Conservation de Santé, Le discours de la Peste, Les Tromperies du Bezoard descouvertes, Le Traicté de la Saignée, La Methode agreable & facile pour se purger doucement & sans aucun dégout, La manière d'embaumer les corps morts. Intéressant exemplaire de cette édition toulousaine du "Médecin charitable". Etat très satisfaisant (sans les gardes volantes, 2 ff. débrochés). On se permettra de citer l'auteur (sic) : "Aux Charlatans : Bonnes gens qui ne pouvez vivre / Sans piper & charlataner / Ne regardez dedans ce livre / Que pour vous y voir condamner". Langue: Français [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie du Cardinal [GRADIGNAN, France]
2014-04-05 20:51:19
FLEURY DE BELLINGEN
Lyon, Besson 1655 - In-12 [158 x 97 mm] de frontispice, (8), 228, (10) pp. Demi-percaline verte. (Relié vers 1900.) Recueil et explications de proverbes, mis sous la forme d'un dialogue entre un manant et un philosophe. (On pense à Jacques le Fataliste !) Si, "Il ne faut que deux poings pour faire taire une femme", est facilement compréhensible, "Merde à votre gorge, marchand de Paris" passe aujourd'hui pour énigmatique, même à un marchand de livres de Paris. "Ouvrage curieux et qui est fort recherché. . Fleury de Bellingen avait fait paraître à La Haye, dès l'année 1653, un petit recueil intitulé 'Les premiers essais de proverbes'. Deux ans plus tard ce livre fut reproduit à Paris, avec quelques changements, sous le titre 'Les Illustres proverbes historiques'. . Il en existe aussi une édition de Lyon, Besson, sans date." Brunet III, 408-409. Bellingen était professeur de français en Hollande. L'ouvrage a aussi été attribué au Comte de Cramail. Exemplaire complet de la belle planche gravée dépliante qui manque souvent. Charles Nodier possédait un exemplaire de l'édition parisienne : "Ce joli exemplaire est orné d'une grande planche pliée que je n'ai jamais vue dans aucun autre et qui représente une vingtaine de proverbes en action, assez joliment gravés". Nodier, Mélanges tirés d'une petite bibliothèque, 1929, pp. 128. Des rousseurs, couleur du dos passée, exemplaire grand de marges. // Vous pouvez voir tous mes livres sur latude.net // // You can browse all my books on on latude.net [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude
2014-03-21 17:32:30
Ferdinand III., römisch-deutscher Kaiser (1608-1657).
Preßburg, 23. VII. 1655.. Lateinische Handschrift auf Papier. Qu.-Imp.-Folio. 450:595 mm. Mit goldgehöhter Titulatur.. Urkunde für Graf Julio zu Landsee; mit zwei Gegenzeichnungen. - Stärker angestaubt und stockfleckig; gefaltet; die Verso-Seite mit einer vierzeiligen Zusammenfassung in lateinischer Sprache, dat. 3. April 1818.
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2014-03-21 15:48:45
(Heider, Daniel):
Stuttgart, Rößlin für Görlin in Ulm, 1655.. 4°. Gestoch. Titel. 13 Bll., 582 (recte 580) SS., 58 Bll., 145 (recte 135) SS., 17 Bll. Pergament d. Zt. mit handschriftl. Rückentitel. Lipenius I, 34; Holzmann-B. I, 5545. - Die Zuschreibung an den bedeutenden Rechtshistoriker Daniel Heider (1572 - 1647) ist nicht gesichert, aber wahrscheinlich. Dieser war federführend im Streit der Reichsstadt Lindau mit ihrer Frauenabtei, der als exemplarisch für die hier erstmals umfassend dargestellten "bella diplomatica" oder Urkundenkriege gilt (vgl. ADB XI, 303). - Titel: Gründlicher Historischer Bericht Von denen alten Reichs-Vogteyen, bey den Erb- Frey- und Reichs-Stätten, wie auch bey den Hohen und andern Stifften und Clöstern; so dann von denen Pfaltzgraffschafften bey denen Weltlichen Fürstenthumb und Ländern ... Teil 2: Gründlichen Historischen Berichts von den alten Reichs- und CastenVogteyen, Anderer Theil. Oder Apologia, Rett- und weitere Außführung deß Anno 1639. außgelassenen/ und hiebey wider voran gesetzten Discursus oder Tractätleins von den alten ReichsVogteyen, einer hernächst Anno 1643. darüber erfolgten Widerlegung, fürnemblich die Statt Augspurg betreffend, entgegen gestellet und verfertiget - Kupfertitel: Historischer bericht Von des ReichsVogteien. - Einband gering fleckig, Kupfertitel mit kleinem Wurmgang, Titel und die folgenden 16 Bll. im Fußsteg ca. 1 cm beschnitten, Kupfertitel mit kleinem Wurmgang, kaum gebräunt, sonst schönes, sauberes Exemplar.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek
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