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2013-07-31 06:45:33
Vienna: Matthias Cosmerovius, 1655. Hardcover. Very Good. Folio [30 cm x 19.5 cm]. (19) ff including engraved frontispiece and 2 full-page engraved plates, 615 pp, (22) ff. Bound in contemporary stiff vellum with manuscript title on spine. Boards slightly bowed, two ex-libris stamps on half title, one or two leaves slightly toned, otherwise very clean and fresh, a very good copy. Exceedingly rare first and sole edition of this luxurious illustrated biography of Domingo de Jesús María (1559-1630), fifth General of the Discalced Carmelites. Composed by the great Spanish polymath Juan de Caramuel y Lobkowitz at the express behest of his Imperial employers, the work offers an over-the-top example of Hapsburg court hagiography, giving an exhaustive account of Domingo's life in a daunting 1129 numbered episodes, all thoroughly indexed! The work is an anomaly in the oeuvre of the polymath Caramuel, who was more at home in a diverse array of technical subjects, from architecture to cryptography to the logarithm, as he enumerates on the title-page, and whose reputation as a 17th c polymath was second only to Kircher. The work thus shows how holders of Imperial appointments, like Kepler in the preceding generation, were subject to the beck and call of the Emperor and his family and their religious or political interests. Domingo, who is illustrated in the present work clutching a crucifix at the head of the Imperial army in 1620, was a strident Counter-Reformation figure well known for his apostolic zeal --he co-founded the Propaganda Fide--, as well his precocious ability to wor … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Martayan Lan, Inc.
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2013-07-27 21:39:25
Kircher, Athanasius [Athanasii Kircheri] (1601 or 02 - 1680)
Rome / Romae: Ex typographia Vitalis Mascardi, 1655. First edition. Folio (346 x 233 mm), 3 vols. bound in 4. Collation: v.1: [cross]2, 2-9 cross4, a-c4, d2, A-Mmm4; v.2: A-Nnn4; v.2 (part 2): A-Zzz4, Zzz2, Aaaa-Cccc4, Dddd2; v.3: A-Iiiii4, Kkkk2. Bound with engraved half title, portrait of Ferdinand III and two folding maps in v.1; two plates in v.2 (one folding, one not); and, 10 folding plates in vol. 3., in addition to numerous woodcut and engraved illustrations throughout the text. Complete.& & Bound in near contemporary full leather boards, sympathetically rebacked. A few short tears along folds of plates (quite minor), a handful of marginal paper defects and flaws, some with early repairs, and a few pages browned or foxed as if the book was left open. Otherwise, internal contents are well-margined and quite fresh with clear type and clean, white pages, just about Fine. Bookplates of Charles F. Cox and George Oakley Fisher.& & Kircher was the most famous Egyptologist of his day and was a pioneer in deciphering hieroglyphics. While many of his "translations" were later found inaccurate after the discovery of the Rosetta Stone, his early work was important to those later scholars. Egyptologist Erik Iverson wrote: "It is therefore Kircher's incontestable merit that he was the first to have discovered the phonetic value of an Egyptian hieroglyph. From a humanistic as well as an intellectual point of view Egyptology may very well be proud of having Kircher as its founder." This approbation of his work softens the irony of the engraved title illustration showing Oedipus … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-07-25 10:52:56
[Walton, Izaak]
[London: Printed by T.M. for Rich. Marriot, 1655]. Second edition. 12mo (5-5/8 x 3-1/4 in.). Engraved piscatorial vignette on title-page and ten small copperplate engravings in the text. Full dark green straight grained morocco, blind-tooled spine in six compartments, titled in gilt, turn-ins stamped in blind, a.e.g. Spine ends slightly rubbed. Signature of Lt. Col. F. Grant on binder's leaf, with note "title modern": title page supplied in nineteenth century facsimile of first edition title page, date corrected to 1655 in ink, verso with small stamp of with Bartlett collection, Harvard, and releasestamp; A2 stained, with old marginal repairs, A3 with short paper flaw near gutter, marginal stain; last two leaves with marginal repairs. Some leaves closely trimmed. Bookplate of Lt. Col. F. Grant; and label of Jeffrey Norton. Very Good. Coigney 2 . Rare. Sir John Hawkins in the Preface to his first edition of the Angler (1760), said "The Second Edition I have never seen." This copy has had its facimile title page for almost 140 years, with its own distinguished chain of owners, and is overall an appealing copy. It is recorded in this condition in Justin Winsor's Bibliographical Contributions, no. 51 (1896), The Bartlett Collection, p. 151, with shelfmark *Ang. 6.55
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2013-07-23 16:00:10
FULLER, Thomas.
For John Williams at the signe of the Crown in St.Paul's Church-yard. London Folio, 1655. pp. (viii), 171, (ix), 200, 153-371, (iii), 375-377, (i), 371-427, (ix), 235, (ix), 114, (ii), 115 [so numbered both recto & verso], 117- 238, (viii), 172, (iv), 5-22, (xx) Index. 5 engravings [1 double-page, 1 folding]. Ninteenth century ecclesiastical calf, sometime rebacked with the old spine relaid, title and following leaf a bit dusty at the edges and with fore-edges strengthened, the second leaf a bit creased in the gutter, occasional old and light marginal damp-marking , occasional edge chip with very slight loss of margin, one plate trimmed to the margins and laid down, marbled end-papers, edges stained red, still a nice copy. *ESTC R14493 - pagination : [8], 171, [9], 200, 153-375, 384-427, [9], 235, [9], 114, [4], 117-238, [10], 172, [4], 5-22, [22] p. [5] leaves of plates : register : a4 A-E4 F G-Y4 2A-2N4 2O 2P-2Q4 [superscript chi]R 2R-2Z4, 2A-2I4 3C-3Z4 3a-3g4 3h , 2[par.]4 3A4 3B-3Z4, 43A-3G4 4 4A-4Z4 4 5A-5B4, 4 4C-4G4 1 4H 1 5a4 1 5A-5R4, 6 4S-4X4 6 4Y 6 6A-6C4 1[par.]-2[par.]4 1 3[par.] . The copy above differs very slightly in pagination but corresponds exactly with the register for the copy in ESTC, but lacks the 3 blanks at : 2R4 1 4H2, and 6 6C4. Second, sixth, seventh, ninth and eleventh books have divisional title pages with continuous pagination and register, tenth book has divisional title page but with separate pagination, third and eighth books have separate dated title pages and separate pagination, and fourth and fifth books have separate dated title pages … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Patrick Pollak Rare Books ABA ILAB [SOUTH BRENT, DEVON, United Kingdom]
2013-07-20 23:43:39
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 w … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton
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2013-07-19 20:35:42
SEMEDO, ALVAREZ (1585-1658)
London: Printed for John Crook, and are to be Sold at His Shop at the Sign of the Ship ..., 1655. London: Printed for John Crook, and are to be Sold at His Shop at the Sign of the Ship ..., 1655. Pp. [10], 308, [2] - publisher's adverts, engraved frontispiece portrait plus 1 engraved plate, folding map. On a separate title-page: 'Bellum Tartaricum, or the Conquest of The Great and most Renowned Empire of China, By the Invasion of the Tartars, who in these last seven years, have wholly subdued that vast Empire. ... Written originally in Latine by Martin Martinius, present in the Countrey at most of the Passages herein related, And now faithfully Translated into English," (at page [249] - 308), engraved frontispiece portrait, engraved map dated 1654. Period style rebind in full calf, 5 raised bands, gilt-stamped spine title, sewn headbands, new endpapers distressed, folding map now mounted, dust soiling and thumbing to margins as to be expected, otherwise a superb copy of a very important book. Alvarez Semedo served as Portuguese Procurado General for China and resided 22 years at the Court. Derived from first-hand observation. First published in Madrid in 1642. "The second part is based on Martino Martini's De Bello Tartarico Historia (1654) - the story of the Manchu conquest of China, a work that was at the time was considered the best general description of China." . First Edition. Full Leather. Very Good. Quarto.
Bookseller: Contact Editions, ABAC, ILAB [Toronto, ON, Canada]
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2013-07-18 17:02:19
Dugdale, Sir William
Bookseller: Nicholas D. Riccio Rare Books, ABAA [Florham Park, NJ, U.S.A.]
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2013-07-17 10:39:23
JONES Inigo 1573-1652 [WEBB John - editor]
Sign of the Rainbow in Fleetstreet and Fountain Tavern in the Strand. London: Daniel Pakeman. Laurence Chapman, 1655 Tall 4to, 1st ed, 1 pl, 7 plans. In 20c speckled calf to style with boxed tooling. Spine with titles in gilt, some wear along joints. Internally, 20c endpages, book label of Charles Butler and a presentation label from the author Gwyn Williams to the Harlech College to fpd, Harlech College stamp and bookplate to fep, fine portrait frontis of Inigo Jones by Hollar after Vandyke present, title page in red and black inks, [6], 109 pp, [1] errata, 1 pl (portrait), 7b plans (all double page and folding), printed by James Flesher, text block edges sprinkled red, College stamp to ep.“There were but a few copies printed, and most of them were lost in the Fire of London.” Gough. Lowndes.Biblio:|~|ESTC R13850. Wing J954. Lowndes 2522.1225. Allibone 370.2621.Jones, Inigo (1573–1652), architect and theatre designer.In 1655 John Webb published The most Notable Antiquity of Great Britain, Vulgarly called Stone-Heng on Salisbury Plain, Restored by Inigo Jones Esquire. This presents a continuous text which purports to be by Jones, though Webb admits that he had compiled it from no more than ‘some few indigested notes’. When in 1663 Dr Walter Charleton published, in Chorea gigantum, a comprehensive rebuttal of Jones's conclusions, Webb returned to the fray with a long and impassioned defence, A Vindication of Stone-Heng Restored (1665). This second work throws a great deal of further light on the reasoning behind Jones's theory about the … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-07-16 09:22:58
Homer; edited by Corneli Schrevel [Schrevelius]
Amsterdam: Ex officinia Elzeviriana, 1655. Full Leather. Very Good binding. Important printing of Homer by the Elsevier Press. Engraved title for the Iliad [Volume I] portrait of Homer in medallion, with Achilles and Ulysses as soldiers standing guard, and with Elsevier';s engraved device. Elsevier broke new ground in scholarly publishing with this edition, printing the Greek and Latin parallel texts, with the Greek "scholia" underneath, rather like footnotes. The editor, Corneli Schrevelius [or Scrivener] who led the Latin School in Leiden, expresses his belief that this is the best edition. Two volumes bound together, in contemporary calf with heraldic device stamped in gilt, and later (probably 19th century) spine. Very Good binding.
Bookseller: Black Swan Books, Inc.
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2013-07-15 21:29:28
Bookseller: Livraria Castro e Silva [Lisboa, Portugal]
2013-07-15 21:29:28
Bookseller: Livraria Castro e Silva [Lisboa, Portugal]
2013-07-02 09:19:28
[ORGAN] Kindermann, Johann Erasmus 1616-1655
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 Music Online. Reproduced in TNG Vol. 10 p. 62 and in MGG Vol. 7 col. 908.. 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.
Bookseller: J & J Lubrano Music Antiquarians LLC [U.S.A.]
2013-06-09 23:34:52
CARENA C. (Cremonensis).
Cremonae, 1655, in-folio, pergamena coeva. Tagli spruzzati rossi. Bella grande vignetta incisa in rame sul frontespizio.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Gozzini
2013-06-08 09:22:31
VENETIA - BABAEdito nel 1655 in Venetia. Vol. in 16¯ - Fresca legatura in piena pergamena , al dorso fregi e scritte in oro. Antiporta, capilettera, testatine e finalini incisi. In buono stato.
Bookseller: Libreria Internazionale Ulrico Hoepli
2013-06-07 21:56:46
JONES Inigo 1573-1652 [WEBB John - editor]
Sign of the Rainbow in Fleetstreet and Fountain Tavern in the Strand. London: Daniel Pakeman. Laurence Chapman, 1655 Tall 4to, 1st ed, 1 pl, 7 plans. In 20c speckled calf to style with boxed tooling. Spine with titles in gilt, some wear along joints. Internally, 20c endpages, book label of Charles Butler and a presentation label from the author Gwyn Williams to the Harlech College to fpd, Harlech College stamp and bookplate to fep, fine portrait frontis of Inigo Jones by Hollar after Vandyke present, title page in red and black inks, [6], 109 pp, [1] errata, 1 pl (portrait), 7b plans (all double page and folding), printed by James Flesher, text block edges sprinkled red, College stamp to ep.“There were but a few copies printed, and most of them were lost in the Fire of London.” Gough. Lowndes.Biblio:
Bookseller: Madoc Books
2013-06-05 21:57:30
VAN HELMONT, Jean Baptiste
Lugduni, sumptibus Joannis Baptistae Devenet, 1655. 1655 Due tomi in un vol. in -folio, (12 cc.), pp. 487 (1 b.) - 192 pp. (30 cc. ultima b.). Elaborato frontespizio allegorico inciso in rame da N. Auroux. Leg. dell'epoca piena pelle. Dorso a nervi con titolo su frammento in pelle. Piatti inquadrati da filetto oro. Cuffie e cerniere restaurate. Leggero alone di umido al margine alto del volume. Importante raccolta delle opere del famoso medico e alchimista belga, raccolte e pubblicate dal figlio, François Mercure. La seconda parte, Opuscula Medica Inaudita, è divisa in quattro parti: I. de Lithiasi. II. de Febribis. III. de Humoribus Galeni. IV. de Peste. Jean Baptiste Van Helmont nacque a Bruxelles nel 1577. Studiò filosofia all'Università di Lovanio dove seguì i corsi di Martino del Rio sugli arcani della magia. Viaggiò attraverso l'Europa per istruirsi e, conosciuto un discepolo di Paracelso si entusiasmò per la chimica e l'alchimia. Dal 1605 consacrò i suoi studi alla Pirotecnia, la Medicina, l'Alchimia e la Filosofia. Autore di svariate opere, una di queste, De magnetica vulnerum curatione viene pubblicata a sua insaputa a Parigi nel 1621, suscitando la gelosia di alcuni medici tra cui François de Paz medico del Granduca, Thomas Fienus e Gerard de Villers, professori a Lovanio che, con le loro critiche attirarono l'attenzione dei teologi sul le sue teorie, considerate false e diaboliche. Nel 1625 l'Inquisizione spagnola istruì un procedimento contro Van Helmont, sospettato di essere un filosofo ermetico. Incarcerato, fu costretto a ritrattare le sue proposizioni. Morì … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio bibliografico Atlantis
2013-06-01 21:10:43
Hartlib, Samuel.:
London, John Street for Giles Calvert, 1655.. HARDBACKS, Vol. I: beige cloth covered boards, handwritten details on paper label on front cover, title-page pasted on replacement page, pages: [ii], 62, [ii], illus. 3, 134mm x 186mm (5.25" x 7.25"), spine lightly faded, title-page and last page a little brown, otherwise a very fine copy. Vol. II: new full-calf with gilt rules, decorative edges and gilt lettering on spine, pages: [ii], 40, (lacking pages 5-12 = Sig. B - replaced with blank paper), all edges gilt, 133mm x 178mm (5.25" x 7"), small light marks on covers, last page browned, spotting in varying degrees, otherwise a fine copy of a rare set. From the S A Baldwin Bee Library. British Bee Books No. 33. Includes earliest known description of the octagonal three-storied hive, with a drawing of it by Christopher Wren.
Bookseller: Baldwin's Scientific Books
2013-05-08 14:54:30
M. W. D. L. C. [Marc de Wilson de La Colombierè]; [Fulvio Pellegrino Morato]
La Haye: Chez Adrian Vlacq, 1655. Hardcover. Very Good. Contemporary full vellum binding, showing no snags or splits, darkened at the spine, soiled and mildly rubbed; small contemporary owner name at the very foot of the frontispiece partly excised (not affecting the plate itself); contents clean and tight throughout with no margin inscriptions and no worm or insect damage; also, no loose leaves. Size: small octavo (160mm x 115mm); pagination: engraved frontispiece, blank, title-page, 72; [ii], 78. Part One, dated 1655 at the title-page, contains a sort of game involving questions for an 'oracle', presumably the same oracle depicted in the engraved frontispiece, which seems to be a fortune wheel. Part Two, paginated separately, has its own title-page, dated 1664, deals with the heraldic and mystical role of colours, blazons and symbols, etc. A scarce work in any condition and very scarce in sound very good order, as is this copy.
Bookseller: Prior Books
2013-04-16 10:29:24
Copenhagen: Melch. Martzani 1655. With 3 fullpage engraved illustrations of cloaks. Small 8vo. (20) + 84 pp. Slightly later vellum over stiff boards. With ownership signatures on titlepage.. First edition. A treatise on the Paenula, the thick sleveless cloak, chiefly used by the Romans when travelling instead of the toga, as a protection against the cold and rain, with three fine engravings of the styles involved.
Bookseller: Peter Grosell's Antikvariat
2013-03-28 12:39:42
LEONARD, Johannes.
Quam in illustri Holmensium collegio XXVI. octob. anni 1655. ex memoriæ penu omni animi devotione dixit Johannes Leonardi, Holmensis. Stockholm, Johannes Janssonii, 1655. Folio. 16 s. Små bläckstänk och enstaka understrykningar, titelbladet något solkigt. Tagen ur band, med rester av marmorerad ryggremsa. Ur Ericsbergs bibliotek.Ej i Collijn. Warmholtz 4527. Med tryckt dedikation till Magnus Gabriel De la Gardie. Hyllningstal hållet i Stockholm den 26 oktober 1655 över Karl X Gustavs stora framgångar i Polen
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet
2013-03-09 16:19:12
Suares Joseph Maria.
Cm. 22,5, pp. (10) 292 (2). Grande stemma al frontespizio, illustrazioni nel testo e 8 tavole f.t. (di cui tre più volte ripiegate). Ottima legatura coeva in piena pergamena rigida con nervi passanti e titoli ms. al dorso. Esemplare con qualche brunitura e soprattutto un alone al margine basso delle ultime carte (che interessa anche le tavole); la grande tavola divisa in due (senza perdite). Peraltro copia genuina, completa ed in discreto stato di conservazione. Ex libris inglese. Edizione originale, piuttosto rara che, a causa della qualità della carta spesso si trova in stato di conservazione non buona. Cfr. Cicognara, 2630.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2013-01-29 21:04:09
Haag, 1655. 4:o. 8 s. Lagerfläckig. Liten fläck orsakande bokstavsförlust på s. 4. Häftad och oskuren med naggade råkanter. Ur Ericsbergs bibliotek. Klemming, Sveriges förhållanden, s. 116. Warmholtz 4513. Krzysztof Przyjemski, starosta i Bydgoszcz, hade beviljats audiens i svenska fältlägret vid Kolo och där hållit ett tal inför Karl X Gustav, en fredstrevare som lämnades helt obeaktad. Detta brev är ett svar på Przyjemskis tal. Talet och detta svar trycktes även tillsammans på tyska. Edvard Ehrenstéen (1620-1686) var svensk diplomat och ett lyckligt exempel på ståndsklättring i 1600-talets Sverige. Härstammandes från en fattig östgötsk prästsläkt, lyckades han genom Gustav II Adolfs instiftade stipendier studera i Uppsala. Efter tronskiftet 1654 startade hans diplomatiska karriär och han blev en av den svenska diplomatins främsta kännare av den samtida stormaktspolitiken. Han adlades 1657 och blev hovkansler 1674.
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [Stockholm, Sweden]
2013-01-27 20:51:32
Religions-spegel/ hwar uthi åtskildnan/ emellan wår sanna prophetiska och apostoliska lära/ och the papistiske så ock calviniske wilfarelser/ klarligen kan beskodhas. Ther brede widh beskrifwes atheismus, hwilken ingen religion achtar/ medh en appendice, som uthwijsar genom hwad medhel/ wij kunnom behålla itt rolighit tilstånd/ uthi wår reena och sanna religion. (Västerås), E. Lauringer, 1655. 8:o. (16),431,(1) s. Titelsidan med typografiskt ramverk. + LAURELIUS, OLOF. Spiritualis forma regiminis. En andeligh regiments form. Uthdraghen aff gudz ord/ och heligha konungars exempel. Korteligen författat. (Västerås), E. Lauringer, 1654. 8:o. (4) s. A8-F8 (=100) s. Titelsidan med typografiskt ramverk. + EKINIUS, LAURENTIUS N. Genom wäsenteligen godhe gudz bijstånd. En kort betrachtelse om thet högsta timmeliga goda. Medh then widtberömde philosophiske facultetens samtycke uthi Upsala konungzlige universitet. För en disputation: under wyrdige och höghlärde man/ m. Isac Isthmenio, förnemlige physices professore, och nu för tijden/ uthi förb:te facultet högtährade decano &c. aff sturorum stipendiario, Laurentio N. Ekinio nericiensi på latinske språket författadt/ framstäldt och hållin uthi förb: academia, then 21 april anno 1649. Och nu sedhan för serdeles orsaker på wårt swenska tungomål uthtolkat/ medh någhre andelige och werldzlighe exempel, och eliest wijdhare uthfördt. Uppsala, E. Matzon, 1649. 8:o. A4,B8-Q8 (=248) s. Alla sidor med typografiskt ramverk. Samtida pergamentbd med handskriven ryggtitel. Bakre pärm ngt fläckig och insidan med spricka överst. Inlagan ställvis fuktf … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Mats Rehnström
2013-01-24 19:39:37
Glauber, J. R.:
Amsterdam, o. Dr., 1655.. 94 S. Umschlag unter Verwendung eines französischen Dokuments des 18. Jhdts. auf Pergament.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
2013-01-22 11:24:08
[Law] Sprenger, Johann Theodor [d 1668]
Hanoviae: Sumptibus Casparis W´┐Żchtler, Bibliopol, 1655. Hanoviae: Sumptibus Casparis Wächtler, Bibliopol, 1655. 1st edition thus- an 1655 edition from Frankfurt also recorded. Sammelband volume, in period full vellum, with title hand-inked to spine. Faint red edgestain. General wear & soiling to binding. 2 bookplates to front eps. A VG copy.. [24], 1 - 143, 142 - 510 [i.e., 512], [8] pp. Errata last 8 pages. Engraved t.p., which reads: "De Jure Aedifichii cum Illustribus juris publici fragmentis." Head- tailpieces. Decorative initial captial letters. 12mo: a^12 A - X^12 Y^4 )(^4. 5-3/8" x 3" Volume contains 4 of Sprenger's works, including TavBooks ID Nos 34016, 35018 - 35019. Price is the entire volume of 4 works.
Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA [U.S.A.]
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2013-01-19 18:25:21
Abele, Matthias von Lilienburg:
Nürnberg, Endter, 1655 - 1658.. Mit 2 Kupfertiteln. 7 Bll., 761 S., 8 Bll.; 7 Bll., 452 S., 6 Bll. Pergamentband aus einer Handschrift des 15. Jahrhunderts.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
2013-01-17 19:49:21
Discorso apologetico d?intorno al discorso di Galileo Galilei circa le cose che stanno su l?Acqua, ò che in quella si muovono. Sì come d?intorno all?aggiunte fatte dal medesimo Galileo nella seconda impressione. Bologna, Dozza, 1655. In 8vo; pp.58. Tracce di studio. Brossura. Raro trattato estratto dalle Opere di Galilei. Riccardi I, 518: ?I diversi trattati hanno front. e numerazione distinta e talora rinvengonsi anche separatamente?.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Casella
2013-01-11 00:53:28
SYLVA y SOUSA, Antonio da.)
Stockholm, Johannis Janssonii, 1655. 12mo. (12),+ 768, 787-818,+ (1),+ (2, blanks); 96, 93-212, 211-528,+ (1) pp. Minor spotting. Contemporary vellum, handwrittten title on spine. From the library of Johan Henric Schröder, and from Ericsberg. Ink notations on front fly-leaf. Collijn sp. 905. Carlander III, 368ff. Antonio da Sylva y Sousa var portugisisk resident i Sverige åren 1653-60 och huvudsakligen känd som författare till denna bok. Endast fragment av hans beskickningshandlingar finns bevarade. Troligen var han beordrad att bevara drottning Kristinas vänskap för Portugal och att utveckla det kommersiella utbytet mellan länderna, framförallt det portugisiska saltet. Det nyligen självständiga Portugal var hårt trängt på Pyreneiska halvön. Sylva y Sousa blev också snart motarbetad i Stockholm av den spanska residenten Pimentel och Kristina blev mer och mer habsburgvänlig. I maj 1654 bröt hon oväntat, utan Rådets vetskap, med Portugal och dess kung Johan IV. Efter abdikationen återupprättade Karl X Gustav Sveriges och Portugals relationer och Sylva y Sousas ställning i Stockholm stärktes förmodligen. Historieprofessorn Johan Henrik Schröders (1791-1857) bibliotek, "fullt af gamla sällsynta svenska böcker", såldes på bokauktion i Uppsala efter tryckt förteckning. Enligt Henrik Klemming rådde auktionsdagen sådan snöyra i Uppsala att många, både anbud och spekulanter, inte kunde komma fram till auktionen i tid. Böckerna såldes ofta mycket billigt.
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [Stockholm, Sweden]
2013-01-06 15:12:20
Bucelin, Gabriel (1599-16810 [Gabriele Bucelini]
Ulm: Gorlin, August Vindelicorum. 1655. Folio - 33 cm Tall. H Hard Cover. Poor. Published 1655. First volume in a massive genealogical work that eventually consisted of four volumes. This volume contains the genealogies of some of the most famous rulers and nobility of Germany and of the Holy Roman Empire, shown in graphic form with dozens of woodcut coats of arms. Period binding in full calf stamped with a profusion of gilt fleur-de-lis, gilt stamped armorial seals on front and rear covers showing three lilies in a sheild surrounded by thorns, the words Lilium Inter Spinas above, Collegium Grassinaeum below, copper engraved title, (10), 151, 64, 97, 282 (36) pages. Front cover detached, covers and spine badly chipped and worn, text block sound with two leaves detached and worn about the edges but present, numerous dampstains, very minor worming to the index, names on preliminary blank and title page. A quite rough but complete copy of this volume.
Bookseller: Resource Books, LLC
2013-01-04 12:15:41
D. M. L. G. :
(1) weißes Bl., Titelblatt mit umrahmender Federzeichnung, 445 S. mit 65 feinen Federzeichnungen im Text, (3) weiße Bl.,. (1) Bl. verso mit kl. Zeichnung, 187 S. Text, (203) S. Text, Schriftspiegel ca. 18,5 x 14 cm, einspaltig, in einer sehr gleichmäßigen, feinen Reinschrift. Etwas späterer brauner Lederband auf 5 unechten Bünden, mit goldgeprägtem Rückenschild und Rückenvergoldung, Stehkantenvergoldung, dreiseitiger Rotschnitt und marmorierte Vorsätze (Einband stellenweise berieben), 22,5 x 16,8 cm.. Auf den ersten Blick wirkt die Handschrift wie ein anonyme Arbeit, die so aufgebaut ist, wie viele andere Publikationen aus der zweiten Hälfte des 17. Jahrhunderts : Logik, Physik, Metaphysik / Theologie. (Vergl. Louis de Lesclache : La Philosophie morale, divisee en quatre parties, 1655; Pierre-Sylvain Regis : Systeme de Philosophie, contenant la logique, la metaphysique, la physique et la morale, 1690; Henri Lelevel : La Philosophie moderne, ... contenant la Logique, la metaphysique, la morale, et la physique, 1698; Pierre du Moulin : La philosophie divisee en 3 parties ..., 1671). Bei genauerer Betrachtung ergibt sich aber, daß der erste Teil eine ungemein präzise Kopie der 'Logique ou l'Art de Penser' von Arnauld und Nicole ist. Der zweite Teil ist eine ebenso peinlich exakte Kopie von Rohaults 'Traite de Physique' mit der genauen Wiedergabe der Abbildungen des Originals. Nur der dritte Teil scheint ein Originalbeitrag des Kopisten zu sein, der sich aber für das Gesamtwerk hinter den Initialen D.M.L.G. verbirgt. Die Auflösung dieses Pseudonyms ist für uns nach Abgleich mit … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Elvira Tasbach
2013-01-03 18:28:58
(COMENIUS, Johann Amos.)
(Breslau), 1655. 4to. (24) pp. Some browning. Bound together with: (COMENIUS, Johann Amos.) Panegyricus Carolo Gustavo Magno Suecorum, Gothorum, Vandalorumq; regi, incruento Sarmatiae victori, & quaquâ venit liberatori, pio, felici, Augusto. Utan ort, 1656. 4:o. 16 s. Sammanbunden med: Apologeticus contra panegyricum Carolo Gustavo Magno Suecorum, Gotthorû, Vandalorûq; regi, &c. &c. Dedicatum ad religionis regis legisq; Poloniae defensionem productus. No place, no year. 4to. (50) pp. Disbound and set together in a later full calf with gilt spine and raised bands. From the library of Gustaf Holdo Stråle and Ericsbergs, with the book plate of Carl Jedvard Bonde. VD17 14:081678B, 23:285410N, resp. 14:081684C. Andersson, Svensk Comenius-bibliografi, s. 19 resp. s. 21. Warmholtz 4501 för Comenius panegyrik och 4502 för svaret. Båda trycken av Comeniusverket inleds med en dedikationsvers av Václav Theodor Budovec z Budova, en schlesisk godsägare hos vilken Comenius under en tid bodde. Det andra avtrycker dessutom Karl X Gustavs brev till Polen från den 20 september 1655. Comenius var, som en av ledarna av de Böhmiska bröderna, en av de främsta hyllarna av Karl X Gustav, och såg i dennes uppträdande i Polen ett uppfyllande av profetian om lejonet från Norden. Då det uppenbarligen inte hade varit Gustav II Adolf som var lejonet, så var det förstås Karl X Gustav som var det. Då denne 1655 marscherat in i Leszno (Lissa) hade glädjen hos de Böhmiska bröderna inte vetat några gränser och de hade hjälpt svenskarna på alla tänkbara sätt. När sedan polska upprorsmän senvåren 1656 återerö … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [Sweden]
2013-01-03 14:41:07
Galileo Galilei
Bologna: Heredi Dozza(1655). [ASTRONOMIA-COMETE] (cm. 23,2) ottima brossura del XX secolo realizzata con un foglio di antifonario del '600 rosso e nero, sguardie antiche..-- pp. 48, con una illustrazione. Opera rara e importante. Il "discorso" del Guiducci, apparve nel 1619 e in gran parte fu redatto da Galileo di cui il Guiducci fu discepolo. L'apparizione nel 1618 di tre comete aveva portato il Savonese Orazio Grassi alla pubblicazione del "De Tribus Cometis". In risposta, Galileo affidò le proprie considerazioni al discepolo Mario Guiducci con la pubblicazione del "Discorso delle comete". Qualche lieve ombreggiatura ma esemplare molto bello, fresco e a pieni margini, tratto dalla prima edizione delle "opere" del Dozza. RICCARDI I 518 e 511; CINTI 132; CARLI-FAVARO 251; GAMBA 482; AUT. ITALIANI DEL '600 1562; SOTHERAN I 1435; HOUZEAU-LANCASTER 3386.[f54]. Libro. Book Condition: ottimo. Binding: Rilegato
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2013-01-01 22:33:17
Allatius Leo
In-16° (cm 17,3x11,2), pp. (16), 952, (2), legatura coeva in pergamena morbida con titoli manoscritti al dorso (piccola mancanza nell'angolo superiore esterno del piatto posteriore). Bella marca tipografica al frontespizio. Firma coeva d'appartenenza al frontespizio (vedi foto), timbro di biblioteca sul retro del frontespizio, a pagina (3) e a pagina 952. Alcune pagine con arrossature, dovute al tipo di carta. A pagina 57 e a pagina 155, mancanza nell'angolo inferiore esterno, lontano dal testo. Per il resto ottimo e fresco esemplare di rara opera. Molte le parti in greco, alcune parti in ebraico. Continentur in hoc Volumine: I. Leonis Allatij de utriusque Ecclesiae Occidentalis atque Orientalis perpetua in Dogmate de Purgatorio Consensione, pag. 1; II. Eiusdem Dissertatio de perpetua Ecclesiae Occidentalis atque Orientalis tum in Dogmate, tum in Ritibus consensione, ad D. Ioannem Christianum de Boineburg, pag. 581; III. Eiusdem Epistola ad D. Bartoldum Nihusium Episcopum Myssiensem, in qua agitur I. de Communione Graecorum sub specie unica. II. Textum Graecum Maccabaeorum de Sacrificio pro mortuis dicere quod exprimit textus Latinus, pag. 857; IV. Eustratij Presbyteri Constantinopolitani adversus eos, qui dicunt Animas statim atque e corpore solutae sunt, non operari. Neque oblatis pro ijs precibus, and alijs bonis operibus iuvari. Graece and Latine, Allatio interprete, pag. 319; V. Ioannis Vecci Episcopi Constantinopolitani ad Sugdaeae Episcopum Theodorum liber Tertius, Graece and Latine, Allatio interprete, pag. 825. Leone Allacci (Chio 1586 - Roma 1669) fu un teologo e … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Mazzei
2012-12-30 09:34:33
Amstelodami, apud Iodocum Ianssonium, 1655. In 12esimo, 1 f. b., front. inciso a p. p., 1 cartina dell'Italia incisa in rame in b/n su p. doppia rip., cc. A6, pp. 274 (la 273 ? segnata M5), 3 ff. b., 15 tavv. di piante di citt? incise in rame in b/n rip. n. t. (Tridentum, Venetia, Patavium, Verona, Mediolanum, Ticinum, Piacenza, Parma, Bononia, Florentia, Sena, Mantova, Pisa, Ancona, Lauretum). Cremonini (p. 42), per la stessa identica edizione, non menziona la cartina dell'Italia e riporta, in questo stesso volume, le carte di Ferrara (fol. 216); Roma (folio 277), Neapolis (folio 511). Il nostro volume si ferma cio? alla p. 274 (mentre Napoli dovrebbe essere alla p. 511), leg. in p. pelle con dorso a 4 nervi, fregi in oro e titolo in oro su tassello bordeaux, tagli in pointelisme marrone e rosso. In realt? l'opera ? di Francesco Scoto, con materiale in parte aggiunto dal fratello Andrea. Edizione assai nota ma assai poco comune edita dal Giansonio. Timbro di appartenenza al recto del frontespizio. Tracce alla legatura con piccole mancanze d'uso. La veduta di Pisa ha uno strappetto all'angolo inf. ds. che tocca il limite della parte incisa, ma non la interessa. Molto buono tutto l'interno con le tavole.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Botteghina D'arte G
2012-12-29 23:47:02
Le secretaire a la mode. Augmenté d'une instruction d'escrire des lettres; cy devant non imprimée. Plus d'un recueil de lettres morales des plus beaux esprits de ce temps. Et des compliments de la langue françoise. Amsterdam, J. Janssen, 1655. 16:o. Extra grav. titelblad,3-492,(10,2 blanka) s. Litet samtida pergamentbd med fragment av en handskriven titeltext. Pärmar och rygg småfläckiga och allmänt solkiga. Bakre falsen har en mindre spricka. Genomgående fuktfläckar i övre marginalen och en bit in i texten. Enstaka småfläckar, t.ex. på s. 36 och 48. Mindre pappersförlust i nedre marginalen på s. 187. Med Leonhard Hindric Rääfs namnteckning daterad 1757.. En annan upplaga trycktes samma år av Elzevir. På s. 417 med eget titelblad och impressum: "Les complimens de la langue francoise, par N. N. Derniere edition reveuë & corrigée. Amsterdam, J. Janssen, 1655"
Bookseller: Mats Rehnström
2012-12-28 18:49:01
GROTIUS, Hugo (utg.) Historia gotthorum, vandalorum & langobardorum: Ab Hugone Grotio partim versa, partim in ordinem digesta.
Ubi regum gotthorum ordo & chronologia, cum elogiis. Accedunt nomina appelativa & verba gotthica, vandalica, langobardica, cum explicatione. Amsterdam, Ludovicum Elzevirum, 1655. 8:o. Grav. extra titel,+ (6),+ 148,+ 932,+ (98) s. Bortklippt signatur från titelbladets övre hörn. Återkommande liten fuktrand i övre marginal, något större sid. 605-640 och 859-898, och enstaka småfläckar. Samtida pergamentband, handtextad ryggtitel. Ur Ericsbergs bibliotek. Ter Meulen 735. Willems 1181. Berghman 1578. Brunet II, 1767. Hoffman III, 299. Warmholtz 1338: "Hon hålles för vara nog sällsynt". Carlander III, 564ff. Viktig utgåva för stormaktstidens göticistiska historieskrivning. Samlingen innehåller Hugo Grotius 70 sidor långa företal, vilket ansågs så viktigt att det även översattes till svenska 1670, Prokopius "De gothorum & de vandalorum", båda i Grotius latinska översättning, Agathius "Excerpta...", Jordanes "De getarum" i B. Vulcanius Brugensis utgåva, Isidorus av Sevilla "Gothorum, vandalorum et svevorum in Hispania chronicon" i Isaac Vossius textutgåva, samt slutligen Paulus Warnefrids "De gestis langobardum"
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet
2012-12-28 18:10:26
[Merian, Matthaus]
[Ca 1655] Plate mark 35 x 46,5 cm. The whole sheet 37,5 x 48 cm. The sheet has 4 folds. Slight discolouration to a small area at the central fold at the top of the image. Slight loss of ink to the lower part of the letter "w" in the word "wessen". Very good impression.. A bird´s-eye view of Paris as it looked in 1620. In the upper corners the Royal arms and the arms of the city. A beautiful image with four costumed figures in the foreground. The title of the prospect is "Paris wie solche Ao. 1620 wessen gestanden"
Bookseller: Hammarlunds Antikvariat
2012-12-22 15:06:03
Lugduni Batavorum (Leiden), Ex Officina Elzeviriorum, 1655. Folio. Fully contemporary full vellum, a bit soiled and with a bit of wear, but overall fine and sturdy. Remains of ties on boards. Internally very nice and clean, with just a bit of soiling and a removed old owner's name from the title-page. Good margins. Without front free end-paper. Fully complete, with the magnificent double-page engaved plate showing the interior of the museum by Wingendorp, the engraved portrait of Worm by Wingendorp, after Carl van Mander (which is often lacking), 11 beautiful engraved illustrations (one of which consisting in two illustrations), two of which are full-page (one being the famous one of the horn), and numerous lovely, and elaborate woodcut illustrations in the text. Woodcut title-vignette, woodcut vignettes and initials. Title-page + double-page plate + 4 pp. of dedication + 6 pp. of preface and index + portrait + 389, 3 (index) pp. A lovely copy, rarely seen in such nice condition, and in its first binding. ¶ The scarce first edition of this monumental work in early modern museum literature, constituting the catalogue of the first Danish museum and one of the most important cabinets of curiosities in Europe. The magnificent double-page engraved plate depicting the interior and outlay of the museum is one of the most well known and famous illustrations from any "Wunderkammer"-book, iconographically summizing what we understand by the genre.The Museum Wormianum was filled with preserved animals, horns, tusks, skeletons, minerals, as well as various man-made objects that Worm f … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Herman H J Lynge & Søn A/S [DK]
2012-06-26 16:24:22
Dugdale, Sir William
London: Richard Hodgkinsonne, 1655, 1661, & 1673. 3 volumes, folio, contemporary leather, modern rebacking in leather, new endsheets, illustrated with engraved pre title, some text illustrations and 108 plates many folding, [40], 1151; 3, [14], 2, 1057; [6], 378, 218, [379-392 first index in volume 3] pp. Leather scuffed in places, one plate missing top half, a second possibly missing bottom portion of plate, but image appears complete, another plate upside down, some soiling, foxing and normal aging, a few pages with tears, but not affecting text; overall nice set of a very rare first edition. William Dugdale (1605-1681) was born at the Shustoke rectory to an old Lancashire family, and was educated at the King Henry VIII School in Coventry. As a young man, he showed an inclination for antiquarian studies, and through a relationship with Sir Christopher Hatton was commissioned to make exact drafts of all the churches in England in 1641. After a visit to France in 1648 he continued his antiquarian studies in London, and collaborated with Richard Dodsworth on his Monasticon Anglicanum, which was published in 1655, 1661, and 1673. It has been reported that Dugdale himself sold copies to booksellers who passed them along to a small, but appreciative audience. The work provided a history of the various orders in England, and an account of the individual monasteries. While other major editions of this work were published in 1693, 1718 and 1846, because each volume was published separately, it is very difficult to find a complete set of the first edition. It is difficult to dete … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Nicholas D. Riccio Rare Books & Prints [US]
2012-06-23 12:16:10
[Roman / Public Law]. Sprenger, Johann Theodor [d. 1668]
Heidelbergae:: Johannis Ammonii, Bibliopolae.. 1655.. 12mo: a^12 A - S^12 T^6. 5-3/8" x 3". 2nd edition. [24], 441, [3] pp.. Sammelband volume, in period full vellum, with title hand-inked to spine. Faint red edgestain.. General wear & soiling to binding. 2 bookplates to front eps. A VG. copy.. Volume contains 4 of Sprenger's works, including TavBooks ID Nos 34017 - 35019. Price is the entire volume of 4 works. . Engraved t.p., which reads: "Bonus Princeps cum Illustribus Praetensionibus et Semestralibus Palatinis." Head- tailpieces. Decorative initial captial letters.
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2012-06-22 07:33:38
DIGGES, Sir Dudly
London: by Tho: Newcomb, &c, 1655. 1 vol, (viii)441pp. (iii), small folio, with the engraved frontis by Faythorne of Burleigh, Elizabeth and Walsingham, frontis expertly laid down at some earlier date, title-page printed in red and black. Bound in full early calf over cords, neatly rebacked, gilt lettered red and black leather spine labels, hinges fine, text clean and bright throughout, overall a VERY GOOD sound copy. Queen Elizabeth I is shown here between two of her closest advisors: Lord High Treasurer Lord Burghley on the left, and Secretary of State Sir Francis Walsingham on the right. Queen Elizabeth came to the throne in 1558 and ruled until 1603. Her reign saw a sharp increase in the exploration of foreign lands. It was Burghley who openly questioned the Spanish and Portuguese claims to South America, advising the Queen on securing a foothold in America as well. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: D&D Galleries - ABAA [Somerville, NJ, U.S.A.]
2012-06-20 17:06:14
Amsterdam: Johann Jacob Schipper, 1655. Second Edition . Hardcover. With 250 of the Best Zoological Plates of the Period, this Copy Especially Fresh and Richly Impressed. 375 x 241 mm (14 3/4 x 9 1/2"). 6, [2], 163, [1], 160, 58, [1], [12], 160, [8], 147, [1], 37, [1] pp. Six separately published works bound in one volume. Second Edition. Fine contemporary blindstamped pigskin over bevelled wooden boards, covers with multiple plain rules and decorative roll frames, central panel with large fleuron centerpiece and floral cornerpieces, raised bands, old paper title label, two brass and leather fore-edge clasps. With two woodcut title vignettes, four engraved titles, one engraved additional title, and 250 FINE ENGRAVED ZOOLOGICAL PLATES (one more than called for in Nissen--see below) after Matthaeus Merian the younger, Caspar Merian, and others. Front pastedown with early library label of Hagenberg Schlossbibliothek, armorial bookplate of Philip Howard of Norfolk, and engraved bookplate of Oliver Howard (see below). Nissen ZBI 2131, 2133, 2134, 2132, and 2135; Wood, p. 409; Anker 235. Boards with insignificant smudges and a sprinkling of minute rust-colored dots, half a dozen tiny wormholes to spine, but the original binding entirely solid, extremely bright and clean, and with almost no wear. Overall yellowing to a few plates, single minor wormhole at inner margin of fifth and sixth works and part of the fourth (with no significant effect on the text), other trivial defects, but still A FINE COPY, the leaves consistently clean and crisp, and THE ATTRACTIVE PLATES QUITE FRESH A … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Mediev
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2012-06-20 10:09:41
Gurnall, William (1617-1679)
Ralph Smith [1655?], London - Incomplete as stated, binding is solid but lacks most of the; Small 4to; Contemporary blind ruled calf, pagination should be [14], 396, [12], only pages pages 1-396 and one leaf of the index is present of which the first leaf lacks the outer two thirds and page 147/148 lack most of twelve lines per side, with smaller loss on pages 151/152 and 167/168, and lacks 153-166 in their entirety. **Most likely Wing G-2251. OCLC 54170280. Poor bottom 2.25 inches of spine. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hurley Books Inc.
2012-06-19 08:24:50
Wappen. - Siebmacher, Johann / Paul Fürst.
. 1. Theil (und 2. Teil in einem Buch). Mit einer umbständigen Vorrede, von dem Ursprung und Gebrauch der Wappen vermehrt. (u. 2. Theil: Deß erneuerten Teutschen Wappenbuchs zweyter Theil. (...) Mit einer Vorrede von den Ritterliche Thurnieren und der Adelichen Heroldskunst vermehrt). Nürnberg: Paulus Fürsten, Kunsthändlern. Gedruckt bey Christoff Gerhard, (1655). Hardc. d. Zt. mit rotem, goldgeprägtem Rückentitel 'Wappenbuch 1'. (40 S. Vorrede), (32 S. Register), 1 Bl., IIII, 199 Bll. mit Wappen-Abb., Frontispiz-Kupfer v. Bd. 2, Titelbl., (27 S. Vorrede), (1 S. Index), (22 S. Register v. Bd. 2, 1 leeres Bl.), 164 Bll. mit Wappen-Abb. - 14,5 x 19,5. * Die sehr selten beiden ersten Bände von Siebmachers insgesamt fünfteiliger Wappen-Sammlung in der 4. Ausgabe. - Es fehlen der Frontispiz-Kupferstich und die Wappen-Abb. von S. 200 bis 226 des ersten Teils. - Einband berieben, Ecken bestoßen. - Innendeckel mit Vorbesitzer-Eintrag "v. Fürstenberg ...". - Innen durchgehend wohlerhalten und mit kräftigem Abdruck der Wappen-Kupfer. - Beiliegen: Bibliographische Titelaufnahmen im VD17, fünf Bestandsnachweise in deutschen Bibliotheken sowie das fehlende Frontispiz-Blatt in Fotokopie...
Bookseller: Antiquariat Helmut R. Lang
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2012-06-18 23:52:28
Jones Inigo; Webb John.
Printed by James Flesher for Daniel Pakeman at the sign of the Rainbow in Fleetstreet, and Laurence Chapman next door to the Fountain Tavern in the Strand., London, 1655. 4to. pp, (iv), 109, errata. 7 double page or folding plates. 3 full page engravings in the text. Old full calf, raised bands, gilt. Binding very rubbed and worn. Hinges splitting though still strongly attached. Spine defective. Internally exceptionally sound and clean with only some scattered foxing and a light marginal tide mark affecting the outer margin of the last dozen pages. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Leakey's Bookshop Ltd. [Inverness, United Kingdom]
2012-06-17 14:57:56
Lugduni [Lyons]: John. Baptist. Devenet, 1655. Lugduni [Lyons]: John. Baptist. Devenet. Worn condition. Cover heavily rubbed with loss to leather. Front hinge very weak. Title page missing to part one [Ortus Medicinae]. Fep detached. Some foxing and soiling but content in overall good condition. Ex Royal College of Surgeons Ireland Library. 1655. Reprint. Brown hardback leather cover. 350mm x 220mm (14" x 9"). 487pp, 192pp + index. Engraved tail-pieces. .
Bookseller: Barter Books [United Kingdom]
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2012-06-07 20:06:41
Lardenois (Antoine)
Imprimé aux dépenses de l'auteur, 1655. -. (15), 1 ff blanc, frontispice gravé, 449 pp, (3), table, 1 ff blanc. - HRL -. Reliure en plein maroquin rouge, dos muet à 4 nerfs orné de fleurons, double jeu de fleurons en encadrement des plats orné en leur centre d'un calvaire héraldique. Reliure d'époque. Tâche ancienne sur les 2 premiers caissons. Exemplaire sur papier fin, comportant plusieurs portées musicales gravées sur bois en exergue de chacun des 150 psaumes. -. Lardenois, converti au protestantisme, est considéré comme le rénovateur de la musique religieuse au tournant du XVIIè s. Cet ouvrage, qu'il produisit à compte d'auteur, n'eut pourtant qu'une faible audience. Les exemplaires qui nous sont parvenus sont extrêmement rares. Exceptionnelle copie en maroquin de l'époque. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: L'Oeil de Mercure [Paris, France]
2012-06-06 18:40:40
Tensini Francesco
Venetia: Francesco Brogiollo, 1655. Venetia: Francesco Brogiollo. [Figurato Fortificazioni] (cm.40x28) ottimo cartonato originale, sguardie posteriori. -- cc. 7 nn., pp. 83, pp. 83,pp. 128. Magnifico frontis figurato inciso da Filippo Sadeler, con 47(di 48) tavv. f.t. finemente incise in rame da O. Fialetti, con battaglie, fortezze, strumenti bellici ecc. Opera insigne e uno dei più bei figurati del '600 italiano, che contiene quanto di meglio era conosciuto all' epoca in fatto di fortificazioni. L' autore (1579-1638) nativo di Crema, fu uno dei più grandi ingegneri militari del suo tempo, ricco di pratica e di cultura, morì barbaramente trucidato e si pensa per l' invidia che suscitò il suo singolare ingegno. Splendida edizione, la stessa della prima del 1624, in quanto come spiega Riccardi e Marini "Biblioteca Di Fortificazioni" le edizioni del 1630 e 1655 hanno solo al frontis le date e i tipografi cambiati, ottenuti raschiando la lastra di rame. Molto rara, manca alle bibliografie che di seguito elenchiamo e alle quali rimandiamo per confronti: Bm. Stc XVII Cent. Italian, Gamba, Cokle, Choix, Piantanida, Pollak, e michel-Michel. Manca purtroppo il ritratto all' inizio e la tavola 18. Ben 11 incisioni sono a doppia pagina, tutte sono numerate la prima è datata 1624 e firmata da odoardo Fialetti pittore e acquafortista bolognese scolaro di G.B. Cremonini e studiò in Venezia sotto il Tintoretto. Esemplare veramente bellissimo, nitido e a grandi margini con barbe e incisioni in ottima tiratura. * Riccardi II 515; * Marini p.71; * Manzi "Architetti e Ingegneri Militari" … [Click Below for Full Description]
2012-06-06 18:40:40
TENSINI, Francesco. Venetian baroque book ornamentation by a pupil of Tintoretto
Venice, Francesco Brogiollo. Tensini, Francesco. La fortificatione guardia difesa et espugnatione delle fortezze. Venice, Francesco Brogliollo, 1655.Folio. 3 parts in 1 volume. [8] leaves including engraved title by Philip Sadeler, engraved author's portrait, laudatory poems, chapter index, preface to the reader, and subject index + 83 + [1 blank] + 83 + [1 blank] + 128 pages. 48 engraved plates (including 11 double-page) by Odoardo Fialetti; numerous historiated woodcut initials. Contemporary mottled calf, compartments of spine decorated in gilt, title gilt-stamped on morocco label, sides within gilt line border; tailend of spine and corners lightly worn; a few isolated wormholes. A beautifully illustrated treatise on fortification by Francesco Tensini (c1580-1630) of Cremona, a military engineer in the service of the Elector Maximilian of Bavaria. The first part treats military architecture, suitable locations, and fortification systems; in chapter 32, the author discussing a similar method described by Colonel Alexander von Groote in a book published 1617, accuses his former comrade-in-arms of plagiarism. The second and third parts deal respectively with modes of defence and attack. The distinguishing feature of this beautifully illustrated book are the exceptionally fine plates by Odoardo Fialetti (1573-1638), a pupil of Tintoretto at Venice,which are splendid examples of Venetian book art: they depict a variety of fortification systems, formations for defence and attack, siege craft, strategic calculations for artillery, and ballistic devices; many have charming manner … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-06-03 23:13:39
Moses ben Maimon (Maimonides); Edward Pococke, ed
Oxford: Excudebat H. Hall Academiae typographyus, impensis R. Davis,, 1655. Hard Cover. Good/Seminal edition of the six prefatory sections of the Commentary on the Mishnah ("Sefer HaMaor" or "Kitab al-Siraj") in the original Judeo-Arabic (that is, Arabic transliterated in Hebrew letters) and with Latin translation and commentary by Edward Pococke (1604-1691). Porta Mosis is the first book published in Hebrew characters at Oxford, utilizing type designed by William Laud, late Archbishop of Canterbury. Much of the text was drawn directly from autograph manuscripts that Pococke had acquired in Syria. Pococke was also the principal contributor to the great Polyglot Bible of 1654-67.& The text includes the Rambam's Thirteen Principles of Faith, which, in Hebrew translation, have been incorporated into the Jewish liturgy at the end of the weekday morning service, and as the hymn "Yigdal."& . Quarto (19cm); [24], 355, [4], 436, [28] pages. Text in Judeo-Arabic and Latin, with some Hebrew, Syriac, Arabic, and Persian types utilized in notes. Bound in 19th-century boards covered with black mottled paper, quite worn. Title-page soiled; text paper somewhat brittle at edges displaying signs of waterstaining at lower outer corners and some margins. Ex-library with minimal markings, but with shelf mark on spine. From the collection of 19th-century scholar Dr. Johann August Neander (1789-1850), a Jewish convert to Christianity who studied Christian church history. References: Wing (rev. ed.) M2855; Madan, Oxford Books, III, 2277,
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