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2019-01-06 07:29:35
Thomas Owen
London: H. Twyford, T. Dring, and J. Place, 1656. Full title continued: Wherein are many choice cases, most of them throughly argued by the learned serjeants, and after argued and resolved by the grave judges of those times. With many cases wherein the differences in the year-books are reconciled and explained with two exact alphabeticall tables, the one of the cases, and the other of the principall matters therein contained. Text continuous despite pagination. There are occasional copperplate ink annotations. Thomas Owen, d.1598, was an English judge. "Owen was a man of wide culture, his library at his death containing books in French, Italian, and Spanish as well as the more technical works of common law. Owen was without doubt a capable technical lawyer, but he was above all a man of very sound and reliable judgement, 'a noted counsellor, and much resorted to for advice' (Wood, Ath. Oxon., 1.673)" -DNB. CONDITION In a recent half calf binding. Externally, fine. Internally, firmly bound, with some foxing, and a few marks, prominent to the first and last few pages. There is a small section missing from singeing (candle?) to the margin of page 99. Overall: VERY GOOD with a fine exterior. Overall Condition: Very Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2019-01-06 07:29:35
Thomas Owen
London: T. R. for H. Twyford, T. Dring, and J. Place, 1656. Bound in full leather. Scarce. Thomas Owen (d. 1598), judge. He was admitted in 1562 to Lincoln's Inn, where he was called to the bar in 1570 and made a bencher in 1579. Owen was JP for Shropshire from about 1583 and for most other counties from about 1595. He was Lent reader in 1583, and served Lincoln's Inn as treasurer between 1588 and 1589. In 1589 he was created serjeant-at-law, and he was made queen's serjeant on 25 January 1593. On 21 January 1594 he was made a judge of the court of common pleas. He was rumoured to be a candidate for the vacant mastership of the court of wards in 1598, but died before any steps could be taken to fill the position. Owen was a man of wide culture, his library at his death containing books in French, Italian, and Spanish as well as the more technical works of common law. Owen was without doubt a capable technical lawyer, but he was above all a man of very sound and reliable judgement, 'a noted counsellor, and much resorted to for advice' (Wood, Ath. Oxon., 1.673). From a relatively early stage of his career he was frequently called upon by the privy council to carry out a variety of commissions. He attempted, perhaps for a time successfully, to defuse a serious contretemps between the courts of king's bench and common pleas; and as recorder of Shrewsbury (1588-92) he permitted the continued observance of popular customs opposed by the more puritanical faction in the town. CONDITION Bound in full leather. There is some significant wear to the extremities including bumping with l … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2019-01-06 06:34:24
JEANNIN Pierre
- Chez Pierre le Petit, à Paris 1656, in-folio (25,5x37,5cm), (12) 757pp. (11), relié. - Prima edizione, rara. Illustrato con un ritratto frontespizio da Nanteuil rame e un grande titolo vignetta. Mezza abbronzatura della pelle di pecora fine del XIX cuneo. Torna ai nervi giansenista. Piccolo strappo in rotatore 1 centimetro. Copia fresca. Queste memorie storiche riguardano principalmente alla fine del XVI secolo e l'inizio del regno di Enrico IV e successive varie manifestazioni (tra cui il conflitto tra la regina e il giovane Luigi XIII), contengono, oltre alla narrazione di eventi, tra cui diverse parti del molte lettere. Pierre Jeannin era al primo posto e studente consiglio Cujas grande giurista, divenne presidente del parlamento di Borgogna nel 1580, poi abbiamo trovato consigliare il duca di Mayenne, questo inserimento negli affari della Lega non gli ha impedito di diventare consigliere Stato e membro del consiglio di amministrazione delle finanze (1598), si negozierà il trattato di Lione con la Savoia (1601) e diventare straordinario ambasciatore Henri IV, Paesi Bassi si ribellarono nel 1607. Alla morte del re, Maria de 'Medici gli nominare Sovrintendente Generale delle Finanze. Un tavolo di parole chiave dove vediamo dietro i termini utilizzati in négogiations grandi personaggi del regno di Francia. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, rare. Illustrée d'un portrait au frontispice sur cuivre par Nanteuil et d'une grande vignette de titre. Reliure en demi basane fauve fin XIXe à coins. Dos à nerfs janséniste. Petite déchirure en coiffe sur 1cm. Exemplaire bi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2019-01-05 23:56:34
Title: General half title: Danielis Sennerti Opera Omnia in Quatuor Tomos Divisa. Full title, Vol 1: Danielis Sennerti Vratislaviensis, Doctoris et Professoris Medicinae in Academia Wittenbergensi: Operum; Tomus Primus: quo continentur: Epitome Scientiae Naturalis, Hypomnemata Physica, De Consensu& Dissensu Chymicorum cum Galenicis, De Origine Animarum in Brutis; Editio Nouissima, Caeteris Omnibus Auctior & Correctior; Quantum verò reliquis locupletior sit, patet ex Monito Bibliopolarum post dedicatoriam epistolam. Full title, Vol 2: Danielis Sennerti Vratislaviensis, Doctoris et Professoris Medicinae in Academia Wittenbergensi: Operum; Tomus Secundus: quo continentur: Instituionum Medicinae Libri quinque, De Febribus Libri quauor, Fascicilus Medicamentorum contra pestem. Full title, Vol 3: Danielis Sennerti Vratislaviensis, Doctoris et Professoris Medicinae in Academia Wittenbergensi: Operum; Tomus Tertius: quo continentur: Practicae Libri Primus, Secundus, & Tertius. Full title, Vol 4: Danielis Sennerti Vratislaviensis, Doctoris et Professoris Medicinae in Academia Wittenbergensi: Operum; Tomus Quartus: quo continentur: Practicae Liber IV & V, Tractatus de Arthritide, Practicae Liber VI, Et Exoterica. Author: Danielis Sennerti Description: 4 vols. in 2. Book 1: pp. 870 (+ index); Book 2: pp. 1098 (+index); 14.5 cm. x 9.5cm. (folio). Binding is ¼ leather and black cloth; gilt lettering on spine. Illustrated with woodcuts: Includes portrait of author on verso of half title in v. 1. Printed in red and black. Publisher: Lugduni : Sumptibus Ioannis Antonii Huguetan, & Marci An … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: jremington1 [Santa Monica, California, US]
2019-01-01 13:46:47
OLEARIUS (ADAM )
ADAM OLEARIUS RELATION DU VOYAGE DE MOSCOVIE, TARTARIE ET DE PERSE, FAIT A L'OCCASION D'UNE AMBASSADE, ENVOYÉE AU GRAND-DUC DE MOSCOVIE ET DU ROI DE PERSE; PAR LE DUC DE HOLSTEIN. PARIS (CLOUZIER) 1656. IN 4° (230 x 180) RELIE VELIN EPOQUE, MANQUES SUR LES PLATS, TITRE MANUSCRIT SUR LE DOS. 18FF n.c 543PP. MOUILLURES CLAIRES, COINS ECORNES, MANQUE DE PAPIER AUX DERNIERES PAGES N'AFFECTANT PAS LE TEXTE, QUELQUES TROUS DE VERS. PREMIERE EDITION TRADUITE PAR WICKEFORD, DE CET IMPORTANT VOYAGE DE ADAM OELSCHLAEGER, ORIENTALISTE ALLEMAND QUI FUT CHARGE PAR FREDERIC, DUC DE HOLSTEIN GOTTORP, D'ACCOMPAGNER UNE AMBASSADE ENVOYEE EN PERSE ET EN MOSCOVIE AFIN D'ETABLIR DES RELATIONS COMMERCIALES. IL SE MONTRE, DANS LA RELATION DE SON VOYAGE, UN OBSERVATEUR PRECIS, JUDICIEUX ET UN NARRATEUR SINCERE. FIRST EDITION OF THE FRENCH TRANSLATION OF THE TRAVELS OF THE GERMAN TRAVELLER OLEARIUS. PARIS 1656, IN 4°. ADAM OELSCHLAEGER WAS CHARGED BY FREDERIC, DUC OF HOLSTEIN GOTTORP TO ACCOMPANY AN EMBASSY SENT IN PERSIA AND MOSCOVIA TO ESTABLISH COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. IMPORTANT CLEAR WATER STAIN. CONTEMPORARY VELLUM BINDING WITH MISSES .FEW WORM HOLES. CORNERS BUMPED 18FF - 543PP. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: docteur_ramirez [Antibes, FR]
2019-01-01 07:02:40
This is a used item. Please see item description for further details. ONE OF THE FINEST EDITIONS OF HOMER, THE FIRST ELZEVIR : [Homerou Ilias kai Odysseia, kai eis autas scholia, e exegesis Didymou] Homeri Ilias & Odyssea, et in easdem scholia, sive interpretatio Didymi. Cum Latina versione accuratissima, Indiceque Græco locupletissimo Rerum ac variantium lection. Amstelodami : Ex officina Elzeviriana. Anno M D C LVI. (1656). Two Volumes. Quarto; [16],716,[2],3-536,[44]. Very fine bindings, now a little worn, of full mottled calf, corners are worn, triple gilt ruled borders to boards, the spines with raised bands, two lettering pieces, gilt floral and scrolled leaf ornamentation in compartments, the spine ends worn, sl cracking to a couple of joints but the boards are well attached, binding edges sl worn, attractive contemporary marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. Minor occasional toning to text. Overall a G-Nr VG copy of this classic work. The Elzevir Homer is one of the greatest productions of the Iliad and Odyssey, and here the Greek text and Latin notesd appear together on the same page for the first time in its printing history.
Bookseller: Neil Summersgill [Blackburn, GB]
2018-12-25 08:46:20
Wing (Vincent)
Printed by R. and W. Leybourn for the Company of Stationers, 1656. FIRST EDITION, title printed in red and black, diagrams in text, minor browning in places, [xx], 105, 104-132, 104, small folio, contemporary calf, blind double fillets to sides with an extra pair towards the spine, skilfully rebacked, neat repairs to corners, red lettering piece, engraved armorial bookplate of Colonel Barrington Price, and ticket of Erwin Tomash inside front cover, very good. 'Wing was a surveyor, almanac writer, astrologer and astronomer. His life makes a fascinating study of the shift from belief in the old Ptolemaic earth-centered system to the new sun-centered astronomy of Copernicus. He was largely a self-taught astronomer and began, like almost all his contemporaries, as a firm believer in a fixed earth. His first book, Urania practical, in 1649 still attempted to explain the heavenly movements in terms of the Ptolemaic epicycles. By the time of the publication of the present work, he had become convinced of the truth of the sun-centered universe. He often partnered in the printing of his works with the Leybourn brothers, one of whom, William Leybourn, became a well-known writer of books on mathematics and astronomical subjects. Wing shows his conversion to the Copernican system early in this volume by noting: "If we look upon the Hypothesis of Ptolomie, who supposeth an annuall motion of the Sun about the Earth, and the Earth to be the Center about whom he moves, we shall finde it most absured " 'After describing the latest theories of the motion of each of the heavenly bodies, Wing … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Blackwell's Rare Books ABA ILAB BA [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2018-12-24 19:43:14
EYRON (d')
Grenoble, Philippe Charvys, 1656. 1 volume Petit in-4° (15 x 20,6cm) Reliure moderne plein veau raciné; dos lisse orné de 5 fleurons dorés et de 4 filets dorés ondulés, pièce de titre rouge soulignée de filets ondulés; encadrement à froid sur les plats, orné de fleurons dorés aux angles; tranches rouges. 1titre, 4 feuillets, 88p. + 1feuillet photocopié; ornements. Ouvrage restauré par un professionnel (déchirures comblées); mouillures jaunes en marges inférieures, puis touchant 4 à 5 lignes du texte en fin de volume; reliure en très bon état. Sur les "merueilleux bastimens dont la toute puissance et la magnificence Grecque et Romaine [sic] ont voulu honorer [la] ville". Feuillet de table photocopié, non relié.
Bookseller: Librairie Paroles [France, Avignon]
2018-12-16 20:48:31
Thomas Owen
1656. Bound in full leather. Scarce. Thomas Owen (d. 1598), judge. He was admitted in 1562 to Lincoln's Inn, where he was called to the bar in 1570 and made a bencher in 1579. Owen was JP for Shropshire from about 1583 and for most other counties from about 1595. He was Lent reader in 1583, and served Lincoln's Inn as treasurer between 1588 and 1589. In 1589 he was created serjeant-at-law, and he was made queen's serjeant on 25 January 1593. On 21 January 1594 he was made a judge of the court of common pleas. He was rumoured to be a candidate for the vacant mastership of the court of wards in 1598, but died before any steps could be taken to fill the position. Owen was a man of wide culture, his library at his death containing books in French, Italian, and Spanish as well as the more technical works of common law. Owen was without doubt a capable technical lawyer, but he was above all a man of very sound and reliable judgement, 'a noted counsellor, and much resorted to for advice' (Wood, Ath. Oxon., 1.673). From a relatively early stage of his career he was frequently called upon by the privy council to carry out a variety of commissions. He attempted, perhaps for a time successfully, to defuse a serious contretemps between the courts of king's bench and common pleas; and as recorder of Shrewsbury (1588-92) he permitted the continued observance of popular customs opposed by the more puritanical faction in the town. CONDITION Bound in full leather. There is some significant wear to the extremities including bumping with loss to the corners, loss of leather to the spine, and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-12-15 20:47:42
Thomas Owen
London: H. Twyford, T. Dring, and J. Place, 1656. Full title continued: Wherein are many choice cases, most of them throughly argued by the learned serjeants, and after argued and resolved by the grave judges of those times. With many cases wherein the differences in the year-books are reconciled and explained with two exact alphabeticall tables, the one of the cases, and the other of the principall matters therein contained. Text continuous despite pagination. There are occasional copperplate ink annotations. Thomas Owen, d.1598, was an English judge. "Owen was a man of wide culture, his library at his death containing books in French, Italian, and Spanish as well as the more technical works of common law. Owen was without doubt a capable technical lawyer, but he was above all a man of very sound and reliable judgement, 'a noted counsellor, and much resorted to for advice' (Wood, Ath. Oxon., 1.673)" -DNB. CONDITION In a recent half calf binding. Externally, fine. Internally, firmly bound, with some foxing, and a few marks, prominent to the first and last few pages. There is a small section missing from singeing (candle?) to the margin of page 99. Overall: VERY GOOD with a fine exterior. Overall Condition: Very Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-12-14 20:53:53
Thomas Owen
London: H. Twyford, T. Dring, and J. Place, 1656. Full title continued: Wherein are many choice cases, most of them throughly argued by the learned serjeants, and after argued and resolved by the grave judges of those times. With many cases wherein the differences in the year-books are reconciled and explained with two exact alphabeticall tables, the one of the cases, and the other of the principall matters therein contained. Text continuous despite pagination. There are occasional copperplate ink annotations. Thomas Owen, d.1598, was an English judge. "Owen was a man of wide culture, his library at his death containing books in French, Italian, and Spanish as well as the more technical works of common law. Owen was without doubt a capable technical lawyer, but he was above all a man of very sound and reliable judgement, 'a noted counsellor, and much resorted to for advice' (Wood, Ath. Oxon., 1.673)" -DNB. CONDITION In a recent half calf binding. Externally, fine. Internally, firmly bound, with some foxing, and a few marks, prominent to the first and last few pages. There is a small section missing from singeing (candle?) to the margin of page 99. Overall: VERY GOOD with a fine exterior. Overall Condition: Very Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-12-13 02:18:51
COUSIN, Jean (the younger).
I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. 1656 1st ed Art of Portraiture Jean Cousin Sculpting Artistic Anatomy Drawing EXQUISITE & Extremely Rare with None Worldwide A rare first edition of Jean Cousin's, a 16th-century French painter, Science of the Portrait. While this book was initially intended to be an instructional manual on drawing the human form, it quickly became as famous, or more so, as his father's Book on Perspective. The Cousin name was synonymous during the 16th-and 17th-century with painting and sculpting. Their art books were so popular that there are no known existing copies of any of the 1571 or 1589 editions left today! No other books are as famous or well-known in the artistic-anatomy field as these! The 37 woodcut engravings depict the human body in parts and in whole. Price: $1950 COUSIN, Jean (the younger). La vraye science de la pourtraicture : descrite et demonstrée par Maistre Jean Cousin, peintre et géometrien tres-excellence ... À Paris, Chez Guillaume Le Bé, rue Saint-Jean de Beauvais, MDCLVI. [1656]. First edition. Illustrated, added title page. Licquet 2930. Weigel 19497. Details: · Collated and complete: 40 leaves (blanks from professional rebinding), 37, of which are woodcut illustrations o Signatures: A4, B2, C-E4, F2, G-K4 · Bound in darkened, fine leather · Language: French · Size: ~7in X 9.5in (18cm x 24cm) · Exceedingly rare with no other example for sale worldwide at present. We find an auction record from 2008 having sold for over $2,000 Customer Guarantees: Always Free Shipping Wor … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-12-13 02:18:51
COUSIN, Jean (the younger).
When ordering from the US, parcels may be subject to import tax and duty charges, which the buyer is responsible to pay. 1656 1st ed Art of Portraiture Jean Cousin Sculpting Artistic Anatomy Drawing EXQUISITE & Extremely Rare with None Worldwide A rare first edition of Jean Cousin's, a 16th-century French painter, Science of the Portrait. While this book was initially intended to be an instructional manual on drawing the human form, it quickly became as famous, or more so, as his father's Book on Perspective. The Cousin name was synonymous during the 16th-and 17th-century with painting and sculpting. Their art books were so popular that there are no known existing copies of any of the 1571 or 1589 editions left today! No other books are as famous or well-known in the artistic-anatomy field as these! The 37 woodcut engravings depict the human body in parts and in whole. Price: $1950 COUSIN, Jean (the younger). La vraye science de la pourtraicture : descrite et demonstrée par Maistre Jean Cousin, peintre et géometrien tres-excellence ... À Paris, Chez Guillaume Le Bé, rue Saint-Jean de Beauvais, MDCLVI. [1656]. First edition. Illustrated, added title page. Licquet 2930. Weigel 19497. Details: · Collated and complete: 40 leaves (blanks from professional rebinding), 37, of which are woodcut illustrations o Signatures: A4, B2, C-E4, F2, G-K4 · Bound in darkened, fine leather · Language: French · Size: ~7in X 9.5in (18cm x 24cm) · Exceedingly rare with no other example for sale worldwide at present. We find an auction record from 2008 having sold for over $2,000 Customer Guar … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-12-11 08:21:21
Thomas Owen
London: H. Twyford, T. Dring, and J. Place, 1656. Full title continued: Wherein are many choice cases, most of them throughly argued by the learned serjeants, and after argued and resolved by the grave judges of those times. With many cases wherein the differences in the year-books are reconciled and explained with two exact alphabeticall tables, the one of the cases, and the other of the principall matters therein contained. Text continuous despite pagination. There are occasional copperplate ink annotations. Thomas Owen, d.1598, was an English judge. "Owen was a man of wide culture, his library at his death containing books in French, Italian, and Spanish as well as the more technical works of common law. Owen was without doubt a capable technical lawyer, but he was above all a man of very sound and reliable judgement, 'a noted counsellor, and much resorted to for advice' (Wood, Ath. Oxon., 1.673)" -DNB. CONDITION In a recent half calf binding. Externally, fine. Internally, firmly bound, with some foxing, and a few marks, prominent to the first and last few pages. There is a small section missing from singeing (candle?) to the margin of page 99. Overall: VERY GOOD with a fine exterior. Overall Condition: Very Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-12-11 08:21:21
Thomas Owen
London: T. R. for H. Twyford, T. Dring, and J. Place, 1656. Bound in full leather. Scarce. Thomas Owen (d. 1598), judge. He was admitted in 1562 to Lincoln's Inn, where he was called to the bar in 1570 and made a bencher in 1579. Owen was JP for Shropshire from about 1583 and for most other counties from about 1595. He was Lent reader in 1583, and served Lincoln's Inn as treasurer between 1588 and 1589. In 1589 he was created serjeant-at-law, and he was made queen's serjeant on 25 January 1593. On 21 January 1594 he was made a judge of the court of common pleas. He was rumoured to be a candidate for the vacant mastership of the court of wards in 1598, but died before any steps could be taken to fill the position. Owen was a man of wide culture, his library at his death containing books in French, Italian, and Spanish as well as the more technical works of common law. Owen was without doubt a capable technical lawyer, but he was above all a man of very sound and reliable judgement, 'a noted counsellor, and much resorted to for advice' (Wood, Ath. Oxon., 1.673). From a relatively early stage of his career he was frequently called upon by the privy council to carry out a variety of commissions. He attempted, perhaps for a time successfully, to defuse a serious contretemps between the courts of king's bench and common pleas; and as recorder of Shrewsbury (1588-92) he permitted the continued observance of popular customs opposed by the more puritanical faction in the town. CONDITION Bound in full leather. There is some significant wear to the extremities including bumping with l … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-12-08 03:24:32
L'Hermite de Soliers Jean Baptiste
s.d.t., Parigi. 1656-1657. 2 opere in 1 volume in-4 (250x170 mm.), di cc. 72 (con 22 armi incise in rame a 3/4 di pagina) per quanto concerne "La Ligurie françoise" e cc. 99 (con 26 stemmi incisi in rame a 3/4 di pagina) per quanto concerne "La Toscane françoise". Frontespizi allegorici calcografici, con stemmi incisi in rame (quello relativo alla Liguria riporta anche una piccola veduta della Lanterna). Legatura coeva in piena pelle marezzata, dorsi a nervi con scomparti dorati e silloge del titolo incisa in oro su tassello in marocchino amaranto, tagli rossi (cerniere fragili, abrasioni alle cuffie di testa e di piede). Opera estremamente rara, repertoriata in un solo esemplare al census delle biblioteche italiane. Le famiglie cui è raffigurata e descritta l'arma e cui sono resocontate le loro vicende storico-dinastiche sono le seguenti (l'onomstica è spesso gallicizzata): Medici, Diacetto, Gondy, Strossy [Strozzi], Salviaty [Salviati], Altovitti, Blancheti, Capponi, Bichi, Peruzzi, Baglioni, Del Bene, Berberin [Barberini], Gadaigne, Canbi, Magaloti, Ariqueti, Bandinelli Paparona, Bonsy, Bandini, Baroncelli, Venerosi Pesciolini, Alberti, Anselmi, Cipriani, Berlenghieri, Boché, Grimaldi, Spinola, D'Oria, Fiesque [Fieschi], Cybo, Palvissin [Pallavicini], Carreto [Carretto], Ornano, Foresta, Lomelino [Lomellini], Miolans, Adorne [Adorno], Fregose [Fregoso], Grille [Grillo], Vento, Sacco, Ruvere [Rovere], Lercare [Lercari], Chiavary [Chiavari], Gaspari, Porratta, Libertat. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: AU SOLEIL D'OR Studio Bibliografico [ACQUI TERME, AL, Italy]
2018-12-07 05:57:57
Title: General half title: Danielis Sennerti Opera Omnia in Quatuor Tomos Divisa. Full title, Vol 1: Danielis Sennerti Vratislaviensis, Doctoris et Professoris Medicinae in Academia Wittenbergensi: Operum; Tomus Primus: quo continentur: Epitome Scientiae Naturalis, Hypomnemata Physica, De Consensu& Dissensu Chymicorum cum Galenicis, De Origine Animarum in Brutis; Editio Nouissima, Caeteris Omnibus Auctior & Correctior; Quantum verò reliquis locupletior sit, patet ex Monito Bibliopolarum post dedicatoriam epistolam. Full title, Vol 2: Danielis Sennerti Vratislaviensis, Doctoris et Professoris Medicinae in Academia Wittenbergensi: Operum; Tomus Secundus: quo continentur: Instituionum Medicinae Libri quinque, De Febribus Libri quauor, Fascicilus Medicamentorum contra pestem. Full title, Vol 3: Danielis Sennerti Vratislaviensis, Doctoris et Professoris Medicinae in Academia Wittenbergensi: Operum; Tomus Tertius: quo continentur: Practicae Libri Primus, Secundus, & Tertius. Full title, Vol 4: Danielis Sennerti Vratislaviensis, Doctoris et Professoris Medicinae in Academia Wittenbergensi: Operum; Tomus Quartus: quo continentur: Practicae Liber IV & V, Tractatus de Arthritide, Practicae Liber VI, Et Exoterica. Author: Danielis Sennerti Description: 4 vols. in 2. Book 1: pp. 870 (+ index); Book 2: pp. 1098 (+index); 14.5 cm. x 9.5cm. (folio). Binding is ¼ leather and black cloth; gilt lettering on spine. Illustrated with woodcuts: Includes portrait of author on verso of half title in v. 1. Printed in red and black. Publisher: Lugduni : Sumptibus Ioannis Antonii Huguetan, & Marci An … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: jremington1 [Santa Monica, California, US]
2018-12-06 20:53:02
moliere
VIENNE AUTRICHE: 1656. LE BOURGEOIS GENTIL-HOMME COMEDIE BALLE EN CINQ ACTES Par J.B.P DE MOLIERE "VIENNE EN AUTRICHE Dans l' imprimerie de J.L.N de GHELEN M.D.C.LVI (1656)" SIC VOIR : A. Guibert, Bibliographie des oeuvres publiées au 17é siècle, pages 318-319 ; Supplèment à cet ouvrage page 16-17. EXEMPLAIRE PROBABLEMENT UNIQUE !!! Broché sous couverture papier muette, brochage bon, complet et frais. Format 10.7x17.5cm, 130 pages. Bel objet ancien et de collection avec ses attachantes marques d' usage, les photos nombreuses definissent l' etat de l' objet, vendu en l' etat, voir photos enlevement possible, port en sus . INTERNATIONAL BIDDERS ARE WELCOME , ENGLISH SPEAKING.
Bookseller: REVESDENFANTSPAPIERS (revesdenfantspapiers) [Fontenay le Fleury, FR]
2018-11-30 21:26:48
Arndt, Johann
Lüneburg, Stern, 1656. (26) 291 (19) p. Contemporary Silver Binding with gilt-edged text block, 32° 9 x 5,5 x 2 cm. (Page 289/290 lacks the top corner. Miniature edition of this German prayer book, considered the best-known work of the Lutheran theologian Johann Arndt, 1555-1621. Bound in a stunning silver binding, entirely decorated with a design of ornamental leaves, shaped in different patterns and frames.) [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Roo [Netherlands]
2018-11-30 17:58:32
Salvatore ROSA
ROSA Salvatore Figurine. Varia et concinna delineamenta N. n., n. p. n. d. [circa 1656], small in-4 (15,5 x 22 cm), one frontispice et 60 plates, restoration-period binding62 etchings on thick paper. Very rare.Salvatore Rosa made these etchings around 1656 in a collection originally entitled Figurine. This collection has a different title in the cartouche on the frontispiece, just as another copy in the Soares dos reis Portuguese National Museum bears the title: Has ludentis oty Carolo Rubeo singularis amititiae pignantes. D. D. D. The copy in the Portuguese museum is cataloged as a posthumous edition from the 18th century. Most of the engravings in this set can be seen separately at the Fine Art Museum of San Francisco (the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Art, the biggest collection of engravings in America). The Los Angeles County Museum has 8, while the Museum of Fine Art in Boston has 4. The engravings are described as having the same format as our set (13.6 x 8.9 cm), some engraved after anonymous artists, others drawn by Salvatore Rosa himself; the stylistic differences are clearly visible. The frontispiece of the copy held in the San Francisco museum is blank. The museum has only 52 engravings, all reversed.All the engravings in the present set have a monogram with the two letters, S and R interlaced. Some of the monograms are reversed, which leads one to think that the plates themselves are also reversed.Plate 29 has been repaired, the lower margin under the engraving has been replaced (the plate having been at some point cut to the edge of the image). Light brown … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [France]
2018-11-30 04:47:49
VOITURE Vincent
- Chez Augustin Courbé, à Paris 1656 - 1658, 2 parties en un Vol. in 4 (16,5x24cm), (30) 709p. (1) 210p. (17) (1bc.) ; 173pp. (5), relié. - Quinta edizione di Auto Works, il cui originale è stato pubblicato nel 1648; e l'edizione originale della nuova vettura funziona. Mellan un frontespizio al primo volume, una fascia e un capolettera nella epistola e un bel ritratto dell'autore da Champaigne incisa da Nanteuil. Legatura in pieno periodo di pecora marrone. Indietro nervi ornato. Come una mostra in marocchino rosso. Un copricapo mancanza. Agganciare con la coda mancante mascella superiore. Frottements.Bon copia. Car è prima di tutto uno stile, non solo nelle sue lettere (lettere d'amore), e la sua poesia, ma anche nella sua prosa, si vedano ad esempio le deliziose Metamorfosi. Le sue opere sono l'immagine dell'uomo, galante, l'insegnamento della lingua fine e buone maniere a chi ha familiarità con l'hotel Rambouillet. La sua fama è stato grande durante il suo secolo e rimane un emblema per il XVII secolo. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Cinquième édition des Œuvres de Voiture, dont l'originale est parue en 1648 ; et édition originale des Nouvelles œuvres de Voiture. Un frontispice de Mellan pour le premier volume, un bandeau et une lettrine dans l'épître et un beau portrait de l'auteur par Champaigne gravé par Nanteuil. Reliure en pleine basane brune d'époque. Dos à nerfs richement orné. Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge. Un manque en coiffe. Accroc avec manque au mors supérieur en queue. Frottements. Bon exemplaire. Voiture (1597-1648) fut toute sa vie un galant et un courtisan, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2018-11-28 23:40:52
Thomas Owen
London: H. Twyford, T. Dring, and J. Place, 1656. Full title continued: Wherein are many choice cases, most of them throughly argued by the learned serjeants, and after argued and resolved by the grave judges of those times. With many cases wherein the differences in the year-books are reconciled and explained with two exact alphabeticall tables, the one of the cases, and the other of the principall matters therein contained. Text continuous despite pagination. There are occasional copperplate ink annotations. Thomas Owen, d.1598, was an English judge. "Owen was a man of wide culture, his library at his death containing books in French, Italian, and Spanish as well as the more technical works of common law. Owen was without doubt a capable technical lawyer, but he was above all a man of very sound and reliable judgement, 'a noted counsellor, and much resorted to for advice' (Wood, Ath. Oxon., 1.673)" -DNB. CONDITION In a recent half calf binding. Externally, fine. Internally, firmly bound, with some foxing, and a few marks, prominent to the first and last few pages. There is a small section missing from singeing (candle?) to the margin of page 99. Overall: VERY GOOD with a fine exterior. Overall Condition: Very Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-28 07:58:34
Thomas Owen
London: H. Twyford, T. Dring, and J. Place, 1656. Full title continued: Wherein are many choice cases, most of them throughly argued by the learned serjeants, and after argued and resolved by the grave judges of those times. With many cases wherein the differences in the year-books are reconciled and explained with two exact alphabeticall tables, the one of the cases, and the other of the principall matters therein contained. Text continuous despite pagination. There are occasional copperplate ink annotations. Thomas Owen, d.1598, was an English judge. "Owen was a man of wide culture, his library at his death containing books in French, Italian, and Spanish as well as the more technical works of common law. Owen was without doubt a capable technical lawyer, but he was above all a man of very sound and reliable judgement, 'a noted counsellor, and much resorted to for advice' (Wood, Ath. Oxon., 1.673)" -DNB. CONDITION In a recent half calf binding. Externally, fine. Internally, firmly bound, with some foxing, and a few marks, prominent to the first and last few pages. There is a small section missing from singeing (candle?) to the margin of page 99. Overall: VERY GOOD with a fine exterior. Overall Condition: Very Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-23 20:52:11
Glauber, Johann Rudolph:
Zu Arnheim, Bey Jacob von Biesen, 1656. 110 S., Kl.-8°, Neuer schlichter Karton Vgl. VD17 12:653274M; Duveen 253-254; Brüning 1897; Nicht bei Ferguson. Erschien gleichzeitig auch in Amsterdam bei Johan Jansson in gleicher Kollation. - [ANGEBUNDEN:] Johann Rudolph Glauber: Miraculi Mundi Continuatio. Darinnen die ganze Natur entdecket / und der Weldt nackent und bloß vor Augen gelegt / auch klährlich und ausführlich beweisen / und dargethan wirt / daß auß dem Salpeter aller Vegetabilien, Animalien und Mineralien höchste Medicin zu bereiten / müglich [...] Der Wunderwercken GOttes / und Hermetischen Medicin Liebhabern [...]. Dtsch. Erstausg. Zu Amsterdam, Bey Johan Jansson, 1657. 133 S. (die Kupfertaf. über das Holzbrennen im Freien u. die Laborarbeit am Destillierofen fehlen!, wie so oft). Ferguson I,324f; Caillet 4580; Vgl. Rosenthal 376; Vgl. Ackermann IV/73. - "In Anlehnung an Jacob Böhmes Natursprachentheorie führte Glauber hier ein neuartiges System der Benennung der Stoffe ein. Wie Böhme glaubte er, aus den natürlichen Namen der Stoffe etwas über jeweiliges Wesen herauslesen zu können." (Dünnhaupt 19.I.1 zur dtsch. Ausg. von 1658). - Über Glauber (1603/04-1670) siehe Biedermann, Ferchl 186f; Knopp S.55f u. Schmieder S.408f: "So sagt er z.B. in der Continuatio miraculi mundi, Frankfurter Ausgabe, S. 263.: `Auch bekenne ich wahrhaftig, daß ich noch zur Zeit den geringsten Nutzen in Verbesserung der Metalle damit nicht gehabt.`" - Vorsatz mit Stempel von Heinrich Tränker*; gelegentliche u. schwache Bleistift-Anstreichungen, sonst ein gutes Expl. (*H. Tränker alias Br. Rec … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Hans-Jürgen Lange [Wietze, Germany]
2018-11-17 07:58:08
This is a used item. Please see item description for further details. ONE OF THE FINEST EDITIONS OF HOMER, THE FIRST ELZEVIR : [Homerou Ilias kai Odysseia, kai eis autas scholia, e exegesis Didymou] Homeri Ilias & Odyssea, et in easdem scholia, sive interpretatio Didymi. Cum Latina versione accuratissima, Indiceque Græco locupletissimo Rerum ac variantium lection. Amstelodami : Ex officina Elzeviriana. Anno M D C LVI. (1656). Two Volumes. Quarto; [16],716,[2],3-536,[44]. Very fine bindings, now a little worn, of full mottled calf, corners are worn, triple gilt ruled borders to boards, the spines with raised bands, two lettering pieces, gilt floral and scrolled leaf ornamentation in compartments, the spine ends worn, sl cracking to a couple of joints but the boards are well attached, binding edges sl worn, attractive contemporary marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. Minor occasional toning to text. Overall a G-Nr VG copy of this classic work. The Elzevir Homer is one of the greatest productions of the Iliad and Odyssey, and here the Greek text and Latin notesd appear together on the same page for the first time in its printing history.
Bookseller: Neil Summersgill [Blackburn, GB]
2018-11-15 07:36:26
Thomas Owen
London: H. Twyford, T. Dring, and J. Place, 1656. Full title continued: Wherein are many choice cases, most of them throughly argued by the learned serjeants, and after argued and resolved by the grave judges of those times. With many cases wherein the differences in the year-books are reconciled and explained with two exact alphabeticall tables, the one of the cases, and the other of the principall matters therein contained. Text continuous despite pagination. There are occasional copperplate ink annotations. Thomas Owen, d.1598, was an English judge. "Owen was a man of wide culture, his library at his death containing books in French, Italian, and Spanish as well as the more technical works of common law. Owen was without doubt a capable technical lawyer, but he was above all a man of very sound and reliable judgement, 'a noted counsellor, and much resorted to for advice' (Wood, Ath. Oxon., 1.673)" -DNB. CONDITION In a recent half calf binding. Externally, fine. Internally, firmly bound, with some foxing, and a few marks, prominent to the first and last few pages. There is a small section missing from singeing (candle?) to the margin of page 99. Overall: VERY GOOD with a fine exterior. Overall Condition: Very Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-13 18:45:54
DU VAL, Pierre.
Paris, 1656, First Edition. Original outline colour. 315 x 545mm. A fine example of the scarce first state of Sanson's map of the Spanish possessions in North America, with New Mexico and Florida (including Louisiana). 'French Florida' (basically Georgia) and an almost featureless Virginia appear on the right, with Canada at the top, with lakes Ontario and Erie. The title is within a fine cartouche engraved to look like a tapestry with tassels. It was this map that introduced the 'Second Sanson Model' for California as an island, with two large inlets on the north coast. It is one of the largest depictions of the island on an atlas map. BURDEN: 319, State 1 of 4. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [London, United Kingdom]
2018-11-12 02:52:01
Pirogallo Francesco Maria
per Gio. Andrea Magri (1656), in Pavia. In-4° antico (210x146mm), pp. (8), 304, (2) [con 2 lettere del Marques Conde de Pinto]; legatura novecentesca m. pergamena e angoli con titolo in oro su tassello in pelle rossa e fregi in oro su dorso a falsi nervi. Dedica a astampa a Filippo IV di Spagna Conservata la brossura anteriore antica. Aloni ad alcune pp., strappo restaurato (senza perdita di testo) alle pp. 137-138. Manca, come alla maggior parte degli esemplari, la tavola ripiegata raffigurante in prospettiva la pianta di Pavia assediata. Prima e unica edizione, rara, di questa puntualissima cronaca quasi contemporanea agli eventi dell'assedio di Pavia del maggio-settembre 1655, eventi di cui il Pirogallo fu testimone oculare (Senza passione io scrivo solamente di cose verissime, ò da me vedute, e sono le operate nell'assedio, od intese da Prencipi, e Personaggi grandi) e che videro i pavesi resistere eroicamente agli eserciti coalizzati di Francia, Savoia e Modena. La data si ricava dall'imprimatur. Del Pirogallo, storico pavese e pubblico lettore di belle lettere nell'Università della sua città, non sono noti gli estremi biografici; egli dette alle stampe anche una raccolta di Discorsi accademici e famigliari (Milano, 1627) e fu membro della locale Accademia degli Affidati con il nome L'Affezionato. British Library Catalogue of Seventeenth Century Italian Books, II, p. 690. Platneriana, p. 255. Vinciana, I, 925. Lozzi, 3409, nota. Michel-Michel,VI,126. Coleti, p. 164. Italiano [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Gilibert Libreria Antiquaria (ILAB-LILA) [Torino, ><, Italy]
2018-11-06 17:42:37
William Dugdale
The Model for all Subsequent County Histories Offered For fixed Price or Best Offer is The 1656 First Edition of Antiquities of Warwickshire By William Dugdale Illustrated By Wenceslaus Hollar And Robert Vaughn Printed in London by Thomas Warren In Very Good Condition,Expertly Rebacked in the 20th Century, retaining 18th Century Diced Calf Boards and Gilt Stamped Spine, With Clean, Amply Margined Leaves, And Deep Early Impressions for the Plates Complete in All Respects With Fifteen Plates, Some Folding, Including one of the Earliest Depictions of Shakespeare's Tomb and with Numerous Pagination Errors, Collating Complete, in Accordance with the Estc Citation # R4379 Full Details, Photographs and Binding Spins The full title reads as follows: "The Antiquities of Warwickshire Illustrated; from Records, Leiger-books, Manuscripts, Charters, Evidences, Tombes, and Armes: Beautified With Maps, Prospect and Portraicture / By William Dugdale. / ... / / London, Printed by Thomas Warren, in the year of our Lord God, M. DC. LVI. [1656]" The Volume is in Very Good Condition Rebacked, retaining gilt-ruled diced english calf, with the spine divided into six gilt stamped compartments by five gilt bands, with a letter-piece in the second compartment from the top, with the board and leaf edges gilt. Externally the boards and spine are lightly scuffed in general, with the board corners bumped a bit, as well as some bumps at the board edges, with chipping to the head or tail of the spine repaired, and with the newer hinges showing some wear. Internally the leaves are generally clean and amply … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: thirdfloorrarebooks [Carp, Ontario, CA]
2018-11-06 16:46:09
Las Casas, Bartolome de
1656. London. Printed by J.C. for Nath. Brook. 8vo (163 x 102 mm). Complete, though folding plate provided in excellent convincing facsimile. Full brown calf, bound by Worsfold, covers with multiple gilt rules, spine with raised bands in six compartments, second and third with green and red morocco lettering pieces, others with repeat overall gilt filigree motif, all edges marbled, inner dentelles gilt, marbled endpapers; joint a bit rubbed. An excellent copy, title neatly repaired and remargined, a few leaves with minor marginal repairs, minor foxing.- Very rare first English edition of this translation of the "Brevisima relacion de la destruccion de las Indias" (1552); a work described by Church as the "most gruesome" of its age. It contains graphic accounts of the cruelty of the Spaniards towards the Indians. Bartolomé de las Casas was the most fervent and influential advocate of Indian rights during his time. He lived during a period in which Spanish conquistadors viewed the Indians as natural slaves and barbarians. This translation is by John Phillips (1631-1706), a nephew of John Milton, and in his preface Phillips denounces the Spanish in language that recalls his uncle's fallen angels: "the Indians... received (the Spanish) as Angels sent from Heaven, till their excessive cruelties, the torments and slaughters of their countrymen mov'd them to take Arms against the Spaniards." The book is dedicated to "Oliver, Lord Protector of the Commonwealth," who is encouraged to punish "the bloody and popish nation of the Spaniards." Milton was Cromwell's official censo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: HS Rare Books [Argentina]
2018-11-06 14:01:23
Title: General half title: Danielis Sennerti Opera Omnia in Quatuor Tomos Divisa. Full title, Vol 1: Danielis Sennerti Vratislaviensis, Doctoris et Professoris Medicinae in Academia Wittenbergensi: Operum; Tomus Primus: quo continentur: Epitome Scientiae Naturalis, Hypomnemata Physica, De Consensu& Dissensu Chymicorum cum Galenicis, De Origine Animarum in Brutis; Editio Nouissima, Caeteris Omnibus Auctior & Correctior; Quantum verò reliquis locupletior sit, patet ex Monito Bibliopolarum post dedicatoriam epistolam. Full title, Vol 2: Danielis Sennerti Vratislaviensis, Doctoris et Professoris Medicinae in Academia Wittenbergensi: Operum; Tomus Secundus: quo continentur: Instituionum Medicinae Libri quinque, De Febribus Libri quauor, Fascicilus Medicamentorum contra pestem. Full title, Vol 3: Danielis Sennerti Vratislaviensis, Doctoris et Professoris Medicinae in Academia Wittenbergensi: Operum; Tomus Tertius: quo continentur: Practicae Libri Primus, Secundus, & Tertius. Full title, Vol 4: Danielis Sennerti Vratislaviensis, Doctoris et Professoris Medicinae in Academia Wittenbergensi: Operum; Tomus Quartus: quo continentur: Practicae Liber IV & V, Tractatus de Arthritide, Practicae Liber VI, Et Exoterica. Author: Danielis Sennerti Description: 4 vols. in 2. Book 1: pp. 870 (+ index); Book 2: pp. 1098 (+index); 14.5 cm. x 9.5cm. (folio). Binding is ¼ leather and black cloth; gilt lettering on spine. Illustrated with woodcuts: Includes portrait of author on verso of half title in v. 1. Printed in red and black. Publisher: Lugduni : Sumptibus Ioannis Antonii Huguetan, & Marci An … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: jremington1 [Santa Monica, California, US]
2018-11-03 16:30:49
Griminelli
If viewing on a mobile device please view the "Item Description" under "About this Item" to see all images and description Louis88Books. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ TitleView Larger ImageView Larger Image Novissima Prattica D'Aritmetica Mercantile Composta dal R Don Domenico Griminelli ------------------ First Edition? Fine Leather Binding _____________________ Author Domenico Griminelli ______________________ Year of Publication 1656 __________________________ Publisher Roma: Nella Stamperia della RC Apost. ______________________________________ For full description see below - after all photographs ___________________________________________ Description: Rome: Stamperia Apost, 1656. Very Good. Unknown Edition. I can find a 1676 edition but no earlier on line. The book is in great condition having benefited from a complete rebind in brown half calf with marbled boards. Internally the pages are marked and stained but still presentable in this collectable work by Domenico Griminelli. Page 13 has a closed tear; page 25 has an ink spot to the text; pages 84 to early 100's have crosses in red pencil to the pages - on page 107 this is heavily scored and has torn the page; in addition on page 107 the page is torn without affecting the text; pages 169 to 163 have ink marks - not affecting the text. A very handsome copy of this early edition of this title. Condition Report Externally · see above and photos Internally see above and photos Publisher: see above. Publication Date: 1656 Binding: Hardback. _________________________________________ Please e-mail … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Louis'88Books [Andover, GB]
2018-11-03 16:30:48
Grynaeus: RECLINING PROVERBIORUM 1656 Frankfurt Erasmus Ulpius Pegaso Ligature The description of this item has been automatically translated. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. A D A G A. Id Est PROVERBIORUM PAROEMIARUM ET PARABOLARUM OMNIUM, QUAE APUD GRAECOS, LATINOS, HEBRAEOS, Arabes, & c. .. F R A N C O F U R T I SUMPTIBUS IOHANNIS COME STAI WILHELMI Apud Nicolaum Schumannum YEAR MDCLVI Dictionary of proverbs, operaJohann JakobGrynaeus(1540-1617), Swiss Protestant theologian. Ancient tying in filled parchment with friezesetched plates, titles manuscripts with nerves at the back. A brand tip. at the front. with Pegasus. Latin text printed on two columns with a drop cap, heading and glides elegantly badly scarred. In excellent condition, with an ex libris. 1 vol. In folio, mm. 350x220, pp. [12]-776-[160]. Binding in full vellum. Friezes embossed plates. Titles to the back with embossed decorations and 6 nerves. Cover page with full-color titles. Brand tip. with Pegasus. Friezes n.t. Two-column text, in Latin. In excellent condition, with minimal traces of time, rare signs of use. (the photographs are an integral part of the description, and can show sometimes faults not described;some minimal defects judged negligible may be omitted in the description) Info Pst ANY Doubt orinformation please WRITE US, O CONTACT US AT THE FOLLOWING Numero : ( + 39) 0697279699 WE INVITEIDEARUSERStoreadAll the time LeDESCRIPTIONSDEGLIINsale. SI ACCEPT SEVERAL FORMS OF PAYMENT . Payment is due within 7 days of purchase (before you pay before you receive the object). … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Calligrammes [Roma, IT]
2018-11-02 22:30:06
Thomas Owen
London: H. Twyford, T. Dring, and J. Place, 1656. Full title continued: Wherein are many choice cases, most of them throughly argued by the learned serjeants, and after argued and resolved by the grave judges of those times. With many cases wherein the differences in the year-books are reconciled and explained with two exact alphabeticall tables, the one of the cases, and the other of the principall matters therein contained. Text continuous despite pagination. There are occasional copperplate ink annotations. Thomas Owen, d.1598, was an English judge. "Owen was a man of wide culture, his library at his death containing books in French, Italian, and Spanish as well as the more technical works of common law. Owen was without doubt a capable technical lawyer, but he was above all a man of very sound and reliable judgement, 'a noted counsellor, and much resorted to for advice' (Wood, Ath. Oxon., 1.673)" -DNB. CONDITION In a recent half calf binding. Externally, fine. Internally, firmly bound, with some foxing, and a few marks, prominent to the first and last few pages. There is a small section missing from singeing (candle?) to the margin of page 99. Overall: VERY GOOD with a fine exterior. Overall Condition: Very Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-02 07:34:14
Thomas Owen
London: H. Twyford, T. Dring, and J. Place, 1656. Full title continued: Wherein are many choice cases, most of them throughly argued by the learned serjeants, and after argued and resolved by the grave judges of those times. With many cases wherein the differences in the year-books are reconciled and explained with two exact alphabeticall tables, the one of the cases, and the other of the principall matters therein contained. Text continuous despite pagination. There are occasional copperplate ink annotations. Thomas Owen, d.1598, was an English judge. "Owen was a man of wide culture, his library at his death containing books in French, Italian, and Spanish as well as the more technical works of common law. Owen was without doubt a capable technical lawyer, but he was above all a man of very sound and reliable judgement, 'a noted counsellor, and much resorted to for advice' (Wood, Ath. Oxon., 1.673)" -DNB. CONDITION In a recent half calf binding. Externally, fine. Internally, firmly bound, with some foxing, and a few marks, prominent to the first and last few pages. There is a small section missing from singeing (candle?) to the margin of page 99. Overall: VERY GOOD with a fine exterior. Overall Condition: Very Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-02 07:34:14
Thomas Owen
London: T. R. for H. Twyford, T. Dring, and J. Place, 1656. Bound in full leather. Scarce. Thomas Owen (d. 1598), judge. He was admitted in 1562 to Lincoln's Inn, where he was called to the bar in 1570 and made a bencher in 1579. Owen was JP for Shropshire from about 1583 and for most other counties from about 1595. He was Lent reader in 1583, and served Lincoln's Inn as treasurer between 1588 and 1589. In 1589 he was created serjeant-at-law, and he was made queen's serjeant on 25 January 1593. On 21 January 1594 he was made a judge of the court of common pleas. He was rumoured to be a candidate for the vacant mastership of the court of wards in 1598, but died before any steps could be taken to fill the position. Owen was a man of wide culture, his library at his death containing books in French, Italian, and Spanish as well as the more technical works of common law. Owen was without doubt a capable technical lawyer, but he was above all a man of very sound and reliable judgement, 'a noted counsellor, and much resorted to for advice' (Wood, Ath. Oxon., 1.673). From a relatively early stage of his career he was frequently called upon by the privy council to carry out a variety of commissions. He attempted, perhaps for a time successfully, to defuse a serious contretemps between the courts of king's bench and common pleas; and as recorder of Shrewsbury (1588-92) he permitted the continued observance of popular customs opposed by the more puritanical faction in the town. CONDITION Bound in full leather. There is some significant wear to the extremities including bumping with l … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-24 13:18:32
NERON, Pierre - GIRARD, Etienne
A PARIS, chez Edme Pepingue, dans la grand'Salle du Palais, du côté de la Cour des Aydes - 1656 - In-folio - Reliure (frottée) veau brun de l'époque -Dos à 6 nerfs, orné de caissons fleuronnés & dorés - Coiffe usagée - (1), Page de titre en 2 couleurs, Epitre dédicatoire à Mgr de Bellièvre, 1 er Président (4), Table (20), 1076 & Table générale des principales & plus importantes matières, contenues en ce présent livre (22) - Très frais intérieurementLibrairie Spécialisée en Généalogie, Bretagne et Histoire - Envoi rapide et soigné - Conditions de vente : Les ouvrages sont payables à la commande. Nous acceptons les règlements par chèque, virement, ou paypalLibrairie spécialisée Les frais de port affichés au moment de la commande sont indicatifs. Un envoi prioritaire en recommandé est dŽenviron 10 euros pour la France, 15 euros pour lŽEurope et 25 euros pour les USA. Ce tarif est basé sur celui d'un livre pesant 1 kilogramme. Si le livre commandé dépasse ce poids nous pouvons être amené à vous contacter pour vous signaler le prix du supplément de port. - Conditions de livraison : Les envois simples, sans suivi, ni assurance, sont sous la responsabilités des acheteurs. Une estimation des frais de port peut être faite sur simple demande, pour un ouvrage et une destination donnés.De plus, en raison des nouvelles normes postales, les livres dont l'épaisseur dépasse les 3 cm seront expédiés obligatoirement en Colissimo - Pour les ouvrages d'un coût supérieur à 50 , des photographies peuvent être demandées.- Si vous souhaitez consulter un ou plusieurs de nos livres à la librairie m … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: A l's.p.rance [France, Saint-Derrien]
2018-10-23 05:40:42
PHARMACOPOEIA - UTRECHT].
, . . BMN, p. 380; Daems & Vandewiele, p. 180; STCN (6 copies). The third and last Utrecht pharmacopoeia, in Latin, interleaved with an unpublished Dutch translation in manuscript and additional notes. The first Utrecht pharmacopoeia, the second to be published in the Dutch Republic, appeared in 1656. The second, in 1664, was largely a reprint of the 1656 text, but the present third, in 1749, was extensively revised and expanded. The "vroedschap" (city council) had proposed in 1748 that the city physicians prepare a new edition. The present copy is especially interesting for the Dutch translation, apparently made ca. 1790 but never published. It was clearly made for use by an apothecary and was probably written by one, making it an important primary source for understanding the Dutch medical and pharmacological terminology.Lacking one leaf of text and most of the second plate (pharmacological symbols M-Z), both with photocopies tipped in, and the final blank leaf, there is no interleaf between O2 and O3 (perhaps an oversight when it was prepared) and there are occasional stains from use in an apothecary's shop, but the book is otherwise in good condition and largely untrimmed. The binding is somewhat worn and dirty. An important Dutch pharmacopoeia, especially interesting for the unpublished Dutch translation.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2018-10-22 08:11:03
GALILEI (Galileo).
In Bologna, per gli H.H. del Dozza, 1656. 2 parties en 1 volume in-4. Frontispice. 7ff. + 2ff. 68pp. + 2ff. 264pp. Plein vélin souple du temps, liens de fermeture en cordelette et en os (l'une des deux attaches en os manque). Curieux recueil composé de deux ouvrages extraits de la première édition collective de Galilée, reliés à l'époque sans mention de tomaison sous le titre général des "Opere" avec leur célèbre frontispice gravé et leurs feuillets préliminaires (amputés à l'époque de la reliure des 2 feuillets de table que comporte l'édition collective complète). Il s'agit du "Discorso intorno alle cose, che stanno sù l'Acqua, o che in quella si muovono. Seconda editione" et de la "Risposta alle Oppositioni del Sig. Lodovico delle Colombe e del Sig. Vincenzo di Gratia". La première édition des œuvres de Galilée, publiée par Carlo Manolessi en 1655-1656, se compose de 19 traités séparés ayant chacun leur titre et pagination particulière. Ces traités pouvant être présentés de manière autonome ont souvent été vendus séparément, y compris à l'époque, mais nous n'avons pas pu localiser d'exemplaires qui, comme celui-ci, offrent des morceaux de l'édition collective sous le titre "Opere", avec un montage spécifique des feuillets préliminaires. Magnifique exemplaire pratiquement intact, dans son vélin d'origine, de cette curiosité éditoriale galiléenne. Cf. Bibliografia Galileiana, dans l'édition des œuvres complètes de Florence, 1856: "I diversi Trattati avendo numerazione e frontespizio particolare, ne sono stati spesso distratti dal corpo intero delle Opere. Spesso ancora sono … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2018-10-20 15:33:31
Thomas Owen
London: H. Twyford, T. Dring, and J. Place, 1656. Full title continued: Wherein are many choice cases, most of them throughly argued by the learned serjeants, and after argued and resolved by the grave judges of those times. With many cases wherein the differences in the year-books are reconciled and explained with two exact alphabeticall tables, the one of the cases, and the other of the principall matters therein contained. Text continuous despite pagination. There are occasional copperplate ink annotations. Thomas Owen, d.1598, was an English judge. "Owen was a man of wide culture, his library at his death containing books in French, Italian, and Spanish as well as the more technical works of common law. Owen was without doubt a capable technical lawyer, but he was above all a man of very sound and reliable judgement, 'a noted counsellor, and much resorted to for advice' (Wood, Ath. Oxon., 1.673)" -DNB. CONDITION In a recent half calf binding. Externally, fine. Internally, firmly bound, with some foxing, and a few marks, prominent to the first and last few pages. There is a small section missing from singeing (candle?) to the margin of page 99. Overall: VERY GOOD with a fine exterior. Overall Condition: Very Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-17 14:01:34
Thomas Owen
London: H. Twyford, T. Dring, and J. Place, 1656. Full title continued: Wherein are many choice cases, most of them throughly argued by the learned serjeants, and after argued and resolved by the grave judges of those times. With many cases wherein the differences in the year-books are reconciled and explained with two exact alphabeticall tables, the one of the cases, and the other of the principall matters therein contained. Text continuous despite pagination. There are occasional copperplate ink annotations. Thomas Owen, d.1598, was an English judge. "Owen was a man of wide culture, his library at his death containing books in French, Italian, and Spanish as well as the more technical works of common law. Owen was without doubt a capable technical lawyer, but he was above all a man of very sound and reliable judgement, 'a noted counsellor, and much resorted to for advice' (Wood, Ath. Oxon., 1.673)" -DNB. CONDITION In a recent half calf binding. Externally, fine. Internally, firmly bound, with some foxing, and a few marks, prominent to the first and last few pages. There is a small section missing from singeing (candle?) to the margin of page 99. Overall: VERY GOOD with a fine exterior. Overall Condition: Very Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-16 22:04:24
MANUSCRIT] FROMONT (Louis).
In fine: "Cet office à esté escrit par F. Louis Fromont. Pour son Oncle Mathurin Fromont, 1656." Ex-dono manuscrit sur la page de garde:" Après ma mort je donne ce livre a mes successeurs. A Evreux cinq avril 1619. Legoux curé de Saint Aquilin d'Evreux". Autre ex-libris manuscrit de Bihet. Petit manuscrit carré (115 x 90 mm) de 22 feuillets sur peau de vélin, initales et titres rubriqués en rouge. Veau d'époque en parfait état, fermoirs manquants. Chamant manuscrit en latin, avec quelques titres en français 'Pour la feste de St Aquilin a vespres", ou bien "Pour le premier nocturne antienne", etc.
Bookseller: Librairie BERTRAN [ROUEN, France]
2018-10-16 13:26:48
Lucas de Linda]
Wilhelm Serlin & Georg Fickwirthen, Franckfurt am Mayn, 1656. Text in German, gothic black-letter type, engraved title frontis depicting the four continents. 4to. Bound in contemporary full vellum, blind-stamped cartouches to both front & rear panels, ink titled to spine, frontis demonstrates relatively heavy trimming to fore-edge, this has perhaps removed some of the illustration but the text does not appear to have suffered, neat contemporary ink hand to bottom of the frontipiece, a bit of browning and mild staining to some earlier leaves, the odd slight crease, but altogether a clean and compact example, scarce as COPAC lists only two copies, one being the later issue of 1658. The text addresses the history of the world up until the Peace of Westphalia (1648) which ended the Wars of Religion in Europe and the relative states of all the nations. An interesting item, uncommon. More detailed condition inquiries welcome. [frontis], [title], [v], [iii], 1450, [index]pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: B. B. Scott, Fine Books [London, UK, United Kingdom]
2018-10-12 20:56:25
Thomas Owen
London: H. Twyford, T. Dring, and J. Place, 1656. Full title continued: Wherein are many choice cases, most of them throughly argued by the learned serjeants, and after argued and resolved by the grave judges of those times. With many cases wherein the differences in the year-books are reconciled and explained with two exact alphabeticall tables, the one of the cases, and the other of the principall matters therein contained. Text continuous despite pagination. There are occasional copperplate ink annotations. Thomas Owen, d.1598, was an English judge. "Owen was a man of wide culture, his library at his death containing books in French, Italian, and Spanish as well as the more technical works of common law. Owen was without doubt a capable technical lawyer, but he was above all a man of very sound and reliable judgement, 'a noted counsellor, and much resorted to for advice' (Wood, Ath. Oxon., 1.673)" -DNB. CONDITION In a recent half calf binding. Externally, fine. Internally, firmly bound, with some foxing, and a few marks, prominent to the first and last few pages. There is a small section missing from singeing (candle?) to the margin of page 99. Overall: VERY GOOD with a fine exterior. Overall Condition: Very Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-08 07:22:30
OSBORNE, Francis
1656 1ed Osborne on Ottoman TURKS Sultans Machiavelli Sweden Martin Luther This work of Francis Osborne deals with the greatness of the Ottoman Empire when it was at its height. This book is a collection of essays by Osborne who was much more known for his work "Advice to a Son"; a work that brought him much fame. The most important work discusses the government of the Turkish Empire and the causes of the power and fall the Ottomans. This edition is NOT the counterfeit edition printed in Oxford in 1658. See below for notes on edition. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-10-08 07:22:30
OSBORNE, Francis
I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. 1656 1ed Osborne on Ottoman TURKS Sultans Machiavelli Sweden Martin Luther This work of Francis Osborne deals with the greatness of the Ottoman Empire when it was at its height. This book is a collection of essays by Osborne who was much more known for his work "Advice to a Son"; a work that brought him much fame. The most important work discusses the government of the Turkish Empire and the causes of the power and fall the Ottomans. This edition is NOT the counterfeit edition printed in Oxford in 1658. See below for notes on edition. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-10-06 20:54:52
Title: General half title: Danielis Sennerti Opera Omnia in Quatuor Tomos Divisa. Full title, Vol 1: Danielis Sennerti Vratislaviensis, Doctoris et Professoris Medicinae in Academia Wittenbergensi: Operum; Tomus Primus: quo continentur: Epitome Scientiae Naturalis, Hypomnemata Physica, De Consensu& Dissensu Chymicorum cum Galenicis, De Origine Animarum in Brutis; Editio Nouissima, Caeteris Omnibus Auctior & Correctior; Quantum verò reliquis locupletior sit, patet ex Monito Bibliopolarum post dedicatoriam epistolam. Full title, Vol 2: Danielis Sennerti Vratislaviensis, Doctoris et Professoris Medicinae in Academia Wittenbergensi: Operum; Tomus Secundus: quo continentur: Instituionum Medicinae Libri quinque, De Febribus Libri quauor, Fascicilus Medicamentorum contra pestem. Full title, Vol 3: Danielis Sennerti Vratislaviensis, Doctoris et Professoris Medicinae in Academia Wittenbergensi: Operum; Tomus Tertius: quo continentur: Practicae Libri Primus, Secundus, & Tertius. Full title, Vol 4: Danielis Sennerti Vratislaviensis, Doctoris et Professoris Medicinae in Academia Wittenbergensi: Operum; Tomus Quartus: quo continentur: Practicae Liber IV & V, Tractatus de Arthritide, Practicae Liber VI, Et Exoterica. Author: Danielis Sennerti Description: 4 vols. in 2. Book 1: pp. 870 (+ index); Book 2: pp. 1098 (+index); 14.5 cm. x 9.5cm. (folio). Binding is ¼ leather and black cloth; gilt lettering on spine. Illustrated with woodcuts: Includes portrait of author on verso of half title in v. 1. Printed in red and black. Publisher: Lugduni : Sumptibus Ioannis Antonii Huguetan, & Marci An … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: jremington1 [Santa Monica, California, US]
2018-10-06 10:28:35
SCIAMANNA, Augustino
1656. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. An incredible handwritten manuscript on physics from the mid-17th-century. This treatise was written by an unknown Jesuit named Augustino Sciamanna from Perugia, Italy. This book covers the principals of physics and physical science, asks questions about physical existence, animals and creatures, and much more! Exceedingly rare and unique piece!. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-10-06 10:28:34
SCIAMANNA, Augustino
1656. An incredible handwritten manuscript on physics from the mid-17th-century. This treatise was written by an unknown Jesuit named Augustino Sciamanna from Perugia, Italy. This book covers the principals of physics and physical science, asks questions about physical existence, animals and creatures, and much more! Exceedingly rare and unique piece!. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-10-06 06:02:22
Thomas Owen
London: H. Twyford, T. Dring, and J. Place, 1656. Full title continued: Wherein are many choice cases, most of them throughly argued by the learned serjeants, and after argued and resolved by the grave judges of those times. With many cases wherein the differences in the year-books are reconciled and explained with two exact alphabeticall tables, the one of the cases, and the other of the principall matters therein contained. Text continuous despite pagination. There are occasional copperplate ink annotations. Thomas Owen, d.1598, was an English judge. "Owen was a man of wide culture, his library at his death containing books in French, Italian, and Spanish as well as the more technical works of common law. Owen was without doubt a capable technical lawyer, but he was above all a man of very sound and reliable judgement, 'a noted counsellor, and much resorted to for advice' (Wood, Ath. Oxon., 1.673)" -DNB. CONDITION In a recent half calf binding. Externally, fine. Internally, firmly bound, with some foxing, and a few marks, prominent to the first and last few pages. There is a small section missing from singeing (candle?) to the margin of page 99. Overall: VERY GOOD with a fine exterior. Overall Condition: Very Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
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