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        MAINZ - VçCLAV HOLLAR: DIE STATT MENTZ SAMPT IHRE BEFESTIGUNG ZU LANDWERDTS.

      Amsterdam: Jan Jansson (Johannes Janssonius) 1657 - Copper engraving (Very Good, profesionally cleaned and pressed, small repaired tears in white margins, with small mistakes in print (blank spots) as usual, a tiny worm hole in the cartouche): 61 x 47 cm (24 x 18.5 inches). This magnificent finely engraved plate shows the city Mainz in Germany from two sides. V‡clav Hollar: Restoration EnglandÕs Greatest Engraver - V‡clav Hollar (1607 Ð 1677), known as ÔWenceslausÕ (in English) and ÔWenzelÕ (in German), was born in Prague, the capital of Bohemia, in 1607, into a bourgeois Protestant family. At the time of his birth, Prague was perhaps the greatest artistic centre in Europe, due to the extravagant patronage of Emperor Rudolf II. However, by the time of V‡clavÕs adolescence, Prague and all of Bohemia were beingravaged by the Thirty YearsÕ War (1618-48). The fortunes of his family were ruined and his plans to become a lawyer were doomed, owing to his Protestant faith in a country then governed by Catholic zealots. Hollar learned drawing, etching and engraving as a gentlemanly hobby, but in light of his new circumstances and his natural talent, he became a professional artist. Hollar moved to the Stuttgart area in 1627, before continuing on to Strasbourg. By 1633, he was in Cologne. There, in 1636, Hollar had the great fortune to encounter Thomas Howard, the 21st Earl of Arundel, who was returning to England from an embassy to Vienna. Arundel was perhaps the greatest contemporary English connoisseur of the arts and, amazed by the young CzechÕs awesome talent, he immediately invited him to join his entourage as his official artist. By 1637, Hollar had relocated to England, and while he executed many assignments for Arundel, he was still free to pursue commissions from other patrons. Shortly after his arrival in England, Hollar engraved a View of Greenwich, a massive panorama of the Thames port town featuring Inigo JonesÕs pioneering neoclassical edifice, the QueenÕs House. Upon ArundelÕs hasty departure from England (due to political reasons), Hollar switched to the employ of the Duke of York. The advent of the English Civil War (1642-8) led to great financial troubles for Hollar, as many of clients proved unable to pay his fees. However, his etching Civilis Seditio (1643) is considered to be on of the most evocative images epitomizing the internecine conflict. Hollar was eventually compelled to relocate to Antwerp, where his best-known work was the magnificent view, the Cathedral of Our Lady (1649). Hollar returned to London in 1652. Upon the Restoration of the monarchy, in 1660, Hollar found himself in a difficult position. While he was apolitical and had many connections with leading Royalists, he was also close to some prominent members of CromwellÕs late administration. While no explicit punitive action was taken, Royalist officials suspected him of being disloyal and ungrateful to the court, and for years Hollar had difficulty gaining court commissions. Hollar did find business from commercial publishers and a few old friends in high places, although this yielded only a hardscrabble existence. It took some years for him to regain the trust of the court. V‡clav Hollar the Cartographer - Hollar focused heavily on cartography, especially during the last decade, or so, of this life, and this helped to revive his career. He is largely responsible for dramatically improving the quality of map engraving in London. Many of HollarÕs maps, such as A New and Exact map of Asia, stand apart as being of a far higher level of artistic execution than that of other contemporary English maps. Moreover, beyond his own works, HollarÕs superior skills as a fine art engraver set a high standard that other artists sought to emulate, so improving the industry in general. Curiously, HollarÕs first truly important map commission in England came from Thomas Jenner, who charged him with engraving the famous ÔQuartermaster's MapÕ of England and Wales, formally known as the The kingdome of England & princi

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        Rostochium Urbs Megapolitana Anseatica Et Mercatura Et Universitate Celebris. Vogelschauansicht Rostocks von Norden mit Legende in Deutsch. Kupferradierung von Wenzel Hollar, unten links unter der Figurenguppe signiert "W. Hollar fe.".

      Jan Jansson (Johannes Jansssonius), (Amsterdam 1657 - (Amsterdam, Jan Jansson (Johannes Jansssonius) 1657). 49 x 31 cm. Unter Glas gerahmt (57 x 67,5 cm groß). Gebräunt, Mittelfalz durchscheinend hinterlegt. Bachmann: Die ältern mecklenburgischen Städteansichten: B 72: Hollar schuf die Vorlage in den Jahren 1624/26, die erste Veröffentlichung erfolgte 1657 - Bitte nur Abholung im Geschäft in Rostock, kein Versand wegen Gefahr des Glasbruchs. Gebräunt, Mittelfalz durchscheinend hinterlegt.

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        Gesamtansicht, "Fribergum Misniae Vulgò Freiberg.".

      - kol. Kupferstich aus Janssonius ( Städtebuch ), 1657, 33 x 45,5

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        Audience de Guadalajara, Nouveau Mexique, Californie, &c. 1657.

      1657 - Paris, 1657. Original colour. 205 x 240mm. A very fine and crisp example. A famous map of the island of California and the adjoining part of Mexico, published in Sanson's 'L'Amerique en plusiers cartes'. The title is within a winged cartouche top right. Although the map is a reduced version of Sanson's own 'Le Nouveau Mexique et la Floride' of the previous year, it was published in an atlas first. With these two maps Sanson introduced the indented northern coastline of the island, which was the predominant depiction until it rejoined the mainland. BURDEN: 327; McLAUGHLIN: 16.

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        M. Tulli Ciceronis Epistolarum selectarum libri tres: Editi in usum Scholarum Hollandiae & West-Frisiae. Ex decreto illustriss. D.D. Ordinum eiusdem Provinciae.

      Amsterdam (Amstelodami), Apud Ludovicum & Danielem Elzevirios, 1657. - 8vo. 160 p. Vellum 16 cm (Ref: Willems 1211; Bergman 2024; Rahir 1237; Schweiger 169; Spoelder Amsterdam 5, p. 486/87) (Details: Nice and clean copy of a schoolbook. 5 thongs laced through the joints. Back ruled gilt, with the gilt coat of arms of Amsterdam on the 'compartments'. Boards with gilt double fillet borders, and gilt corner pieces with the coat of arms of the city. In the center of upper and lower boards the gilt coat of arms of Amsterdam. All 4 green silk ties still present, though 1 is hanging on a few threads. Woodcut printer's mark of Louis and Daniel Elzevier on the title, depicting Minerva under an olive tree. She holds a banner with the motto: 'Ne extra oleas', to be understood as 'Stay within the bounds of wisdom'. The Amsterdam Elseviers Louis and Daniel Elsevier produced more than 600 editions, and 256 of them have this motto 'ne extra oleas'. It seems more or less the equivalent of the printer's mark (a philosopher under an olive tree) and the motto of the famous French scholar/printer Robertus Stephanus 'noli altum sapere', 'Be not high-minded'. Stephanus' printer's mark and motto clearly inspired the Elseviers. We are not sure wether this copy is a prize copy or not. We cannot discover a trace of a removed prize. The book might have been a present of the City of Amsterdam to someone) (Condition: Vellum age-tanned) (Note: This anthology was commissioned by the Provincal Governments of Holland and West-Frisia for the use in local 'Latin schools' in the Western part of the Dutch Republic. They wanted to present the youth, it is said in the preface, letters of Cicero, which were edifying for their elegance, the importance their subject matter and the power of their 'sententiae'. (sive ob formularum elegantiam, sive ob rerum sententiarum momenta', p. 3) For centuries the Roman orator, author and politician Cicero retained a central position as a school author and a model for good writing, on protestant schools and in Jesuit colleges. The period of his greatest glory was the Renaissance, when he became the object of a literary cult called Ciceronianism. Many humanists took him as an absolute model for pure Latin, and an elegant style. Petrarch modeled his own 'Epistolae Familiares' in part on Cicero's 'Epistulae ad Familiares'. Petrarch created, like Cicero, in his letters 'a kind of autobiography and a partial history of his own life and time. Even as Petrach rebuked Cicero for being too Ciceronian in other words, he helped establish Cicero as a uniquely powerful stylistic model and intellectual resource'. (The Classical tradition, N.Y., 2010, p. 196) This anthology from the epistolary oeuvre of Cicero. The style of Cicero's letters varies very much. Many of them deal with official business, there are also polished manifesto's in letter form. 'Others have a less formal tone, while others again (.) on private affaires have no stylistic pretensions at all, but consist of short, elliptic sentences, packed with idiomatic phrases. (.) This, (.) shows the essential soundness of his style; it was not an artificial dialect for the use of literary men, but the speech of his own people, purified, carefully arranged, and made more flexible and expressive'. (H.J. Rose, 'A handbook of Latin literature', London, 1964, p. 165)) (Collation: A-K8) (Photographs on request) 500 gr

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        Les dialogues de Iean Louys Vives, traduits de Latin en François pour l'exercice des deux langues.

      - Genève, Jaques Stoer, 1657. In-16, vélin souple de l'époque, 152 f., (40) f. d'index. Rare édition genevoise bilingue des ‘dialogues’ de Vives, texte latin et français en regard, à laquelle "est adjoustée l’explication françoise des mots latins plus rares & moins usagez, par Gilles de Housteville, avec ample déclaration et traduction des passages grecs en latin, par P. de La Motte. Le tout, nouvellement reveu & corrigé". La première traduction française avait été publiée à Lyon en 1560 par Cotier. "Dans les 25 dialogues qui le composent, Vivès a inséré presque tous les mots latins d'usage courant et il nous fait connaître en même temps, de la manière la plus gracieuse, les moeurs et les idées de ses contemporains ( ). Avec ces ‘dialogues’, il a porté le genre à sa perfection" (BN, Expo Vives, p. 90). Cet édition à la date de 1657 est rare: aucun exemplaire n’est référencé sur WordCat. Ex-libris manuscrit ancien sur le contre plat: "Hébrard de Villeneuve". Trace de restauration à la reliure. Quelques brunissures, petit travail de vers aux derniers feuillets de l’index. Légèrement court de marges sans perte.

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        HESIODI ASCRAEI QUAE EXTANT [graece + latine]. Cum Notis ex probatissimis quibusdam Autoribus, brevissimis, selectissimisque. Accessit VIRI Clarissimi, LAMBERTI BARLAEI, Graece Linguae Academia Lugduno-Batavâ Professoris eximii, in ejusdem THEOGONIAM Commentarius, Opera & studio CORNELII SCHREVELII. [Druckermarke "Minerva", Rahir "M. 17".]

      Amsterdam Elzevier 1657 - [Folgendes in Rot gedruckt: "HESIODI" (graece + lat. !), "LAMBERTI BARLAEI,", "CORNELII SCHREVELII.", "AMSTELODAMI," u. "MDCLVII."] 1 (w) Bl; 11 Bll. (incl. typ. Titel); 341 S; 1 (w) Bl; 4 Bll. (Fehlproduktion: der 2. typ. Titel und "AD LECTOREM" doppelt eingebunden); 259 S. Späterer Lederband des 18. Jahrhunderts über fünf Bünden mit dekorativer Rücken- und Kantenvergoldung, sowie Titelprägung, ebenfalls in Gold. Roter Sprenkelschnitt. (16,6 x 11 cm, bzw. 15,8 x 10,2 cm; Buchblock: 2,8 cm) Kl.8°. * Alle aufgeführten Bibliographien beschreiben Exemplare mit der Jahreszahl 1658 auf dem Titel ! * Nicht Pieters 230 auf S. 279 ! ("[Nach "selectissimisque" unterscheidet sich der Titel wie folgt:] ". Accedit insuper Pasoris index auctior multo hac novissimâ Editione et multo correctior . pet in-8° de 8 ff. prélim., et 346 pp. Voyez ci-après à l'art. N° 248, la même édition, reproduite avec un autre titre et augmentée du commentaire de Barlaeus; mais dans laquelle l'index de Pasor n'a pas été conservé."). Nicht Pieters 248 auf S. 281 f. ! ([Titel und Kollation wie beim vorliegenden Exemplar, jedoch Jahreszahl 1658 !] "Louis et Daniel avaient emprimé les oeuvres d'Hésiode e 1657; (voyez le N° 231 [recte 230 ! CS] ci-dessus). L'année suivante ils ont mis à cette édition un autre titre, daté de 1658, intercalé 3 ff. de dédicace dans les liminaires, supprimé l'index de Pasor [das ist falsch, der Pasor'sche Index ist auch hier enthalten ! CS] et ajouté le commentaire de Barlaeus sur la Théogonie. C'est sur l'exemplaire de la Bibliothèque de Gand [Gent], augmenté de ce commentaire, que je décris cet article-ci. Voyez ci-après, à l'année 1667, N° 364, une autre édition d'Hésiode donnée par Graevius; mais que Brunet dit être moins estimée que celle de Schrevelius."). Nicht Willems 1229 ! ("1658 [!!!] . Marque: la Minerve. 11 ff. limin. - 341 pp. - 1 f. blanc. - 2 ff. (titre et avertissiment) et 259 pp. pour le commentaire de L. Barlaeus. C'est, sous un titre renouvelé, l'édition de 1637 (n° 1216), à laquelle on a ajouté 3 ff. de dédicace dans les liminaires, et le travail de L. Barlaeus sur la Théogonie."). Nicht Minzloff S. 117. Nicht Winterthur 541. Nicht Rahir 1244 ! Nicht Rahir 1259 ! Vergl. Rahir 1260 ("Ce vol. qui devait se vendre séparément, contient seulement le Commentaire de Barlaeus et les 3 ff. de dédicace; il complétait l'édition de 1657 (W. 1216)." Nicht Berghman (Supplément) 335 ! ("Il est à remarquer que les additions par rapport à l'édition de 1657, à savoir les 3 ff. de dédicace dans les liminaires, et le commentaire de L. Barlaeus, sortent des presses de Hackius. Le fleuron final se retrouve sur le Sulpice Sévère de 1665; et les trois lettres grises se vérifient: le T (2e f. de la dédicace) sur le Magica de spectris de 1656 (p. 309), l'O (2e f. limin. du commentaire) sur le Martial variorum de 1670 (p. 426), et l'M (p. 1 du comment.) sur le Lucain de 1658 (6e f. limin.)." Nicht Berghman 829 ! ("Même édition que celle de 1657, dont le titre a été modifié et où on a ajouté 3 ff. de dédicace et le commentaire de L. Barlaeus. Ces additions sortent des presses de Fr. Hackius de Leyde."). Nicht Copinger 2252 ("1657") [=W. 1216] u. 2253 ("1658") [=W. 1229]) ! Nicht Phiebig 289 [dort ist ein Exemplar mit der Jahreszahl 1658 Bestandteil eines Konvolutes, jedoch "contemporary calf", also nicht in EHC, da beide dort vorhandenen Exemplare in Pergament gebunden sind !] ! Nicht EHC 08.1658.Hes.00 + 01 [beide Copinger 2253] ! Jedoch: Weddigen in "Die Bücherstube", 5. Jahrgang 1926/27, S. 233 '("In der Bücherstube 5. Jahrgang Heft 3 machte ich auf einige noch nicht beschriebene Elzevire aufmerksam. Ich erwarb nun noch den Hesiod, den Willems unter Nr. 1229 und Berghman in seinem Katalog unter Nr. 829 beschreibt. In beiden Fällen wird die Jahreszahl auf dem Titel mit 1658 (MDCLVIII) angegeben. Die königliche Bibliothek in Stockholm gab mir auf meine Anfrage die Antwort, für die ich auch an dieser Stelle danke, daß diese Jahreszahl mit ihre

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        Reversbrief für den HochEdlgebohrnen Herrn Ignati Anthoni Troyer von Anßhaimb zum Grembßen. Von Mir Johann Anthoni Campi, umb drei yhrn veryehrner Wein GrundtZinnß". Deutsche Handschrift auf Pergament mit angehängtem Siegel in Holzkapsel.

      Blattgröße: 37,5 x 61,5 cm. Großformatige Urkunde mit kalligraphisch verzierter Initiale, ausgestellt von Johann Anton Campi von Heiligenberg "alda in Bozen sesßhafft" für den Bozener Stadthauptmann Ignaz Anton Troyer von Ansheim zum Gremsen (1657-1733), die "paurecht und gerechtigkheit" eines Grundstücks mit Weinbau "unter der Statt Bozen ligend" betreffend. Die Lage des Grundstücks (erkauft von Anna Maria Pirchnerin) wird durch Nachbarschaftsangaben in den vier Himmelsrichtungen präzisiert (Mathias Hofers Wiese im Westen, im Norden ein Gut des Heilig-Geist-Spitals etc.). Als Grundzins sind vereinbart "drey yhrn weisßen gueten gerechten veryehrner wein" (das Bozener Weinmaß "Yhre", rund 80 l). Rückseitig mit weiterem Vermerk vom 28. Mai 1742 über den Weiterverkauf des Grundstücks an Johan Andriol, von diesem signiert und gesiegelt. - Gefaltet, geringe Knitterspuren, kaum fleckig, das angehängte Siegel mit einigen Sprüngen im Rand, aber durch den schützenden Kapseldeckel vollständig erhalten. Schönes Dokument.

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        MAINZ - VÁCLAV HOLLAR: DIE STATT MENTZ SAMPT IHRE BEFESTIGUNG ZU LANDWERDTS.

      Amsterdam: Jan Jansson (Johannes Janssonius) 1657 - Copper engraving (Very Good, profesionally cleaned and pressed, small repaired tears in white margins, with small mistakes in print (blank spots) as usual, a tiny worm hole in the cartouche): 61 x 47 cm (24 x 18.5 inches). This magnificent finely engraved plate shows the city Mainz in Germany from two sides. Václav Hollar: Restoration England’s Greatest Engraver - Václav Hollar (1607 – 1677), known as ‘Wenceslaus’ (in English) and ‘Wenzel’ (in German), was born in Prague, the capital of Bohemia, in 1607, into a bourgeois Protestant family. At the time of his birth, Prague was perhaps the greatest artistic centre in Europe, due to the extravagant patronage of Emperor Rudolf II. However, by the time of Václav’s adolescence, Prague and all of Bohemia were beingravaged by the Thirty Years’ War (1618-48). The fortunes of his family were ruined and his plans to become a lawyer were doomed, owing to his Protestant faith in a country then governed by Catholic zealots. Hollar learned drawing, etching and engraving as a gentlemanly hobby, but in light of his new circumstances and his natural talent, he became a professional artist. Hollar moved to the Stuttgart area in 1627, before continuing on to Strasbourg. By 1633, he was in Cologne. There, in 1636, Hollar had the great fortune to encounter Thomas Howard, the 21st Earl of Arundel, who was returning to England from an embassy to Vienna. Arundel was perhaps the greatest contemporary English connoisseur of the arts and, amazed by the young Czech’s awesome talent, he immediately invited him to join his entourage as his official artist. By 1637, Hollar had relocated to England, and while he executed many assignments for Arundel, he was still free to pursue commissions from other patrons. Shortly after his arrival in England, Hollar engraved a View of Greenwich, a massive panorama of the Thames port town featuring Inigo Jones’s pioneering neoclassical edifice, the Queen’s House. Upon Arundel’s hasty departure from England (due to political reasons), Hollar switched to the employ of the Duke of York. The advent of the English Civil War (1642-8) led to great financial troubles for Hollar, as many of clients proved unable to pay his fees. However, his etching Civilis Seditio (1643) is considered to be on of the most evocative images epitomizing the internecine conflict. Hollar was eventually compelled to relocate to Antwerp, where his best-known work was the magnificent view, the Cathedral of Our Lady (1649). Hollar returned to London in 1652. Upon the Restoration of the monarchy, in 1660, Hollar found himself in a difficult position. While he was apolitical and had many connections with leading Royalists, he was also close to some prominent members of Cromwell’s late administration. While no explicit punitive action was taken, Royalist officials suspected him of being disloyal and ungrateful to the court, and for years Hollar had difficulty gaining court commissions. Hollar did find business from commercial publishers and a few old friends in high places, although this yielded only a hardscrabble existence. It took some years for him to regain the trust of the court. Václav Hollar the Cartographer - Hollar focused heavily on cartography, especially during the last decade, or so, of this life, and this helped to revive his career. He is largely responsible for dramatically improving the quality of map engraving in London. Many of Hollar’s maps, such as A New and Exact map of Asia, stand apart as being of a far higher level of artistic execution than that of other contemporary English maps. Moreover, beyond his own works, Hollar’s superior skills as a fine art engraver set a high standard that other artists sought to emulate, so improving the industry in general. Curiously, Hollar’s first truly important map commission in England came from Thomas Jenner, who charged him with engraving the famous ‘Quartermaster's Map’ of England and Wales, formally known as the The kingdome of England & princi

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        [Titre en grec] Medicorum omnium facile principis, opera omnia quae extant... Nunc Denvo Latina Interpretatione & Annotationibus illustrata, Anutio Foesio Mediomatrico Medico Authore. [Avec] FOESIUS, Oeconomia Hippocratis Alphabeti Series Distincta

      2 fort volumes, front. Genevae, Typis sumptibus Samuelis Chouet, 1657-1662, in-folio, 2 fort volumes, front, [46]-1344-[53] pages en numérotation continue ; et [8]-418 pages, basane havane ancienne, dos à nerfs et fleuronné, pièces de titre renouvelées, Texte en grec avec la traduction latine et les commentaires. Beau portrait-frontispice gravé par P. Aubry. Titre du premier tome en rouge et noir. Édition d'Anuce Foes, parue à l'origine chez Wechel en 1595 ; elle reprend, page à page, celle de Francfort parue en 1620, publiée de nouveau en 1621 et 1624. L'Oeconomia Hippocratis de Foes a son titre et sa pagination propres. Cette partie existe également en tiré à part. Le médecin et humaniste Foes (Feosius de son nom latinisé, 1528-1595), fut l'un des meilleurs commentateurs d'Hippocrate avant Littré ; il consacra à sa réhabilitation plus de 40 ans de sa vie (Garrison, p. 197). Son édition d'Hippocrate est la meilleure produite, au XVIe siècle, avec celle de Janus Cornarius. Ex-dono manuscrit ancien au contreplat : copie d'un passage du testament de l'abbé l'abbé Vital Chouvy (1752-1835), professeur d'histoire ecclésiastique à Lyon, établi le 28 novembre 1835 : "Je lègue à titre de souvenir amical à M. R. de la Prade, docteur en médecine, à Lyon, mon exemplaire des Oeuvres complètes d'Hippocrate..." ; probablement Richard de la Prade, médecin de l'hôtel-Dieu de Lyon, membre de l'Académie Royale des sciences de la même ville et professeur de médecine clinique. Ouvrage rare, exemplaire de provenance intéressante. Importantes restaurations en tête et en pied des volumes et à certains coins, avec adjonction de vélin. Rousseurs et brunissures, quelques auréoles marginales, galeries de vers avec très faible atteinte au texte en pied de plusieurs feuillets du tome I. Wellcome III, p. 269. Krivatsy, n° 5621 et 4146. Waller n° 4490 (sans l'Oeconomia Hippocratis). Osler n° 144 pour l'édition de 1595.

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        Amerique ou nouveau continent dressee sur les nouvelles Relations.

      Artist: Nolin Jean Baptiste ( - 1725 ) Paris; issued in: Paris; date: 1811 1657 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Very good; size in cm : 46,5 x 66 - description: Map shows total America with inset map showing Alaska with Bering sea, with description of the countries - Vita of the artist: Jean-Baptiste Nolin (ca. 1657-1708) set up the family publishing business in Paris. Many of his maps were based on the work of Vincenzo Coronelli and Sieur de Tillemon. His son (1686-1762), continued the business for many years and prepared an Atlas General which was published posthumously in 1783.

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        L'Amérique en plusieurs cartes, & en divers traittés de géographie, et d'histoire. Là où sont descripts succinctement, & avec une belle Methode, & facile, ses empires, ses peuples, ses colonies, leurs m?urs, langues, religions, richesses etc. Et ce qu'il y a de plus beau, & de plus rare dans toutes ses Parties, & dans ses Isles. Dédiée A Monseigneur Foucquet.

      1657 - En Français dans le texte, n° 98.Edition originale fort recherchée du premier atlas français de Nicolas Sanson (1600-1667) consacré à l'Amérique conservé dans sa reliure de l'époque. Paris, chez l'autheur, 1657.In-4 de (2) ff., (40) ff. et 15 cartes sur double-page. Veau brun granité, filet à froid encadrant les plats, dos à nerfs orné de fleurons dorés, coupes décorées, tranches mouchetées. Reliure de l'époque. 240 x 176 mm. / En Français dans le texte, n° 98.Highly sought-after first edition of the first French atlas by Nicolas Sanson (1600-1667)dedicated to America, preserved in its contemporary binding. Paris, chez l'autheur, 1657.4to [240 x 176 mm] of (2) ll., (40) ll. and 15 maps on double-page. Granite-like brown calf, blind-stamped fillet on the covers, spine ribbed and decorated with gilt fleurons, mottled edges. Contemporary binding. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Les Etats de Savoye et de Piemont

      Artist: Nolin Jean Baptiste ( - 1725 ) Paris; issued in: Paris; date: 1691 1657 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: colored; condition: Printed on 2 sheets joined together, 2 margins mounted; size in cm : 79 x 62,5 - description: Decorative map of Piemont and Savoy in Italy, with 7 inset maps. showing a city map of Turin, a view of Verrua, a map of Vercelliand four smaller fortification maps. 4 maps are part of the splendourfuly cartouche. - Vita of the artist: Jean-Baptiste Nolin (ca. 1657-1708) set up the family publishing business in Paris. Many of his maps were based on the work of Vincenzo Coronelli and Sieur de Tillemon. His son (1686-1762), continued the business for many years and prepared an Atlas General which was published posthumously in 1783.

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        2 Gesamtansicht auf 1 Blatt "DillenberGesamtansicht. Segen.".

      - altkol. Kupferstich n. Hogenberg aus Janssonius ( Städtebuch ), 1657, 33,5 x 48 Restauriert.

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        Les Epigrammes divisées en trois livres

      P., Chez Augustin Courbe 1657 - 180pp. Bon Etat. Un vol. rel. d'ép. plein veau brun, dos à nerfs ornés de liserets et de fleurons dorés, double liserets dorés en encadrement sur les plats, mors sup. très légèrement fendu (1cm), tranches jasqpées, int. frais. EDITION ORIGINALE. Elle contient 319 épigrammes. Gombauld fut l'un des premiers membres de l'académie Française, lié avec Malherbe, il avait l'admiration de Boileau qui le tenait pour un maître de la langue et de la poésie. Il fut l'un des auteurs désigné pour examiner les vers du Cid (ceci durant la polémique déclenchée par les rivaux de Corneille) et le protégé  de Marie de Médicis [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        CL. SALMASII DE RE MILITARI ROMANORUM LIBER: Opus Posthumum. [Druckermarke "Eremit", Rahir "M. 7"].

      Leiden Elzevier 1657 - 6 Bll; 243 S. Späterer, auf dem Rücken mit Titelprägung und Filetenvergoldung, sowie Lederecken und allseitigem Farbschnitt versehener Halblederband. (23,3 x 18,8 cm, bzw. 22,4 x 17,2 cm; Buchblock: 1,3 cm) Gr.8°. Pieters 71 auf S. 173 ("Edente Georg. Hornio."). Willems 808 ("Marque: Le Solitaire. 6 ff. limin. - 243 pp. Saumaise avait entrepris ce traité vers 1634, à la demande du prince d'Orange, qui désirait connaître 'la manière de camper des Romains [Hmmm, die Römer als Inspiration für das holländische Camping ! CS] et celle de ranger en bateille.' Suivant le désir du prince, il rédigea d'abord en français. En 1637 il se rendit à Paris pour le faire imprimer, mais ne trouva pas d'éditeur disposé à en charger (Salmasii Epist., p. 189). Les Elzevier se montrèrent plusaccomodants. L'impression était déjà assez avancée en 1644 pour que l'ouvrage fût porté (sans indication de prix) dans le catal. officinal publié en cette année. Nous voyons par ce document que le traité de Saumaise devait paraître simultanément en latin et en français. Malheureusement l'auteur, engagé en d'incessantes controverses, n'avait guère de temps à consacrer à son oeuvre. on pas qu'il la perdît de vue: au contraire, il se promettait constamment d' y revenir. Ainsi, en 1648, il déclarait qu'il allait y travailler sans désemparer, aussitôt qi'il aurait mis au jour son écrit contre Didier Hérault (n° 645); c'est du moins ce que marquaient les Elzevier à Cl. Sarrau, qui ne manqua pas d'en féliciter Saumaise: 'Scribit Elzevirius junior te, post absolutum librum contra Heraldum, totum jam esse in adornanda militia romana.' (Sarravii Epist., p. 186.) Mais ces bonnes résolutions ne tinrent pas. A peine débarrassé de Hérault, Saumaise s'embarquait dans une nouvelle polémique à propos de l'exécution de Charles Ier d'Angleterre, tant et bien qu'il mourut, en 1653, avant d'avoir mis la dernière main àson livre. Pris au dépourvu par cet événement, les Elzevier résolurent d'en finir une bonne fois, et de mettre en vente l'ouvrage tel quel: 'Salmasii commentarius de re militari iam ante decennium edi coeptus est,' écrit N. Heinsius, le 18 avril 1654, 'finem operi se iam imposituros Elzevirii minantur, quaquam mutilo et imperfecto.' (Epist. ad Magliabechium, t. I, p. 197.) Mais ils se ravisèrent par la suite, et le soin de la publication fut confié à G. Horn. Celui-ci accepta cette tâche, et le Traité de la Milice romaine parut enfin en 1657, avec une préface de l'éditeur. Le volume es dédié par Jean Elzevier à J. Aug. de Thou."). Minzloff S. 193 f [unklar welche Variante]. Winterthur 991 [unklar welche Variante]. Goldsmid III, 39. Rahir 812 ("Dans cet ex. les mots Re Militari sur le titre sont imprimés avec des caractères mesurant 7 mm. de hauteur, la dernière page est ornée du fleuron l'ours assis avec les palmes croisées (n° 60)." [Unter No. 813 beschreibt Rahir eine Variante in der die Wörter Re Militari 10 1/2 mm hoch sind und die Schlußvignette Rahir 55 ist. Ansonsten fielen ihm keine Unterschiede auf.] Unser Exemplar mit den größeren Typen auf dem Titel, aber dem Bären auf der Palme als Schlußvignette ?). Berghman 1980 ("Ouvrage achevé et publié par G. Horn."). Copinger 4066 ("Final tailpiece: - bear and palms. W. 808: B. 1980: R. 812.") [unter No. 4067 beschreibt er: "The same. (Tailpiece: - triangle)."]. R. 813."). Broman 227 ("Rahir 812 - 813. Berghman 1980. Vergl. Socoloff I A 517, sowie "Dernières acquisitions" 7. Copinger 4066 - 4067."). Vergl. Motteley (1824) 2025. Motteley (1848) 118. Vergl. Costabili 2185 [unklar welche Variante]. Lengfeld 217 ("R. 812."). Drouot (1946) 178 ("Exemplaire avec les mots e Militari sur le titre mesurant 10 mm 1/2 de hauteur, mais avec le fleuron à l'ours assis à la dernière page.").Phiebig 286 + 287. Thulins 325, 100. EHC 04.1657.Sal.00 - 02 [bei allen drei Exemplaren unsicher, ob Copinger 4066 oder 4067 vorliegt]. Weddigen 137. - Bisher nicht beschriebene Mischvariante aus Rahir 812/ Copinger 4066 und Rahir 813/ Copinger 4

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        Recueil des plus illustres proverbes, divisés en trois livres, le premier contient les proverbes moraux, le second les proverbes joyeux et plaisans le troisième représente la vie des Gueux en proverbes.

      1657 - Le rare recueil de Lagniet imprimé à Paris entre 1657 et 1663, illustrant par 119 estampes satiriques en premier tirage la vie, les m?urs et les proverbes du peuple français sous les règnes de Louis XIII et de louis XIV. L'exemplaire Destailleur conservé dans sa reliure en vélin de l'époque. Paris, sur le quay de la Megisserie au fort l'Evesque, s.d. [1657-1663]. 3 suites reliées en 1 volume in-4 de 42 planches numérotées (y compris le titre général), 47 planches et 30 planches. Restauration sans gravité dans le feuillet de titre. Relié en plein vélin rigide de l'époque, dos lisse avec le titre manuscrit, tranches mouchetées. Reliure de l'époque. 254 x 202 mm. / The rare collection by Lagniet printed in Paris between 1657 and 1663, illustrating with 119 satirical engravings in first state the life, manners and proverbs of the French people in the reign of Louis XIII and Louis XIV. Destailleur's copy preserved in its contemporary vellum binding. Paris, sur le quay de la Megisserie au fort l'Evesque, n.d. [1657-1663].3 suites bound in 1 volume 4to [254 x 202 mm] of 42 numbered plates (including the general title), 47 plates and 30 plates. Small restoration on the title. Bound in contemporary stiff full vellum, flat spine with handwritten title, mottled edges. Contemporary binding. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Les Entretiens de feu Monsieur de Balzac. [Suivi de :] II - Aristippe, ou de la cour.

      1657 - Rare réunion de deux textes recherchés de Guez de Balzac, dont son chef-d'?uvre Aristippe, reliés en vélin de l'époque à recouvrement. I - Paris, Augustin Courbé, 1657. II - Paris, Augustin Courbé, 1658. Soit 2 titres reliés en 1 volume in-12 de : I/ (49) ff. y compris le frontispice, le titre, l'épitre, la table, et le faux-titre, pp. 3 à 387, (1) p.bl. et (10) ff. ; II/ (6) ff., pp. 3 à 278, (14) ff., (3) ff.bl. Plein vélin de l'époque à recouvrement, dos lisse avec le titre manuscrit. Reliure de l'époque. 132 x 75 mm. / A rare reunion of two sought-after texts by Guez de Balzac, including his master-piece Aristippe, bound in contemporary overlapping vellum. I - Paris, Augustin Courbé, 1657. II - Paris, Augustin Courbé, 1658. 2 titles bound in one 12mo volume [132 x 75 mm] of: I/ (49) ll. including the frontispiece, the title, the epistle, the table and the half-title, pp. 3 to 387, (1) bl.p. and (10) ll.; II/ (6) ll., pp. 3 to 278, (14) ll., (3) bl.ll. Full contemporary overlapping vellum, flat spine with the handwritten title. Contemporary binding. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Histoire des guerres civiles de France. Contenant tout ce qui s'est passé de plus mémorable, sous le Regne de quatre Rois, François II. Charles IX. Henry III. & Henry IV. Surnommé Le Grand. Jusques à la Paix de Vervins. Escritte en Italien par H.C. DAVILA ; Et mise en François, par I. Baudoin.

      1657 - La grande histoire des Guerres de religion. Précieux exemplaire aux armes de la Grande Mademoiselle. Paris, P. Rocolet, 1657.2 volumes in-folio de : I/ (2) ff.bl., (2) ff. y compris un portrait de l'auteur et un frontispice gravé, (14) ff., 654 pp., (1) f. de privilège, (2) ff.bl. ; II/ (2) ff.b l., (1) f., pp. 655 à 1281, 51 pp. de table, (2) ff.bl. Longue note manuscrite concernant Davila collée sur la garde du premier volume. Maroquin rouge, décor à la Duseuil sur les plats avec fleurs-de-lys aux angles, grandes armes frappées or au centre, dos à nerfs orné de fleurs-de-lys dans les caissons, coupes décorées, roulette intérieure dorée, tranches dorées. Reliure de l'époque. 365 x 248 mm. / The great history of the French Wars of Religion. Precious copy with the arms of the Grande Mademoiselle. Paris, P. Rocolet, 1657.2 folio volumes [365 x 248 mm] of: I/ (2) bl.ll., (2) l. including a portrait of the author and an engraved frontispiece, (14) f., 65 pp. (1) l. of privilege, (2) bl.l. ; II/ (2) bl.ll., (1) l., pp. 655 to 1281, 51 pp. of table, (2) bl.ll. Long handwritten note regarding Davila pasted on the endpaper of the first volume. Red morocco, decoration in the style of Duseuil on the covers with fleur-de-lys on the corners, large gilt-stamp coat of arms on the center, spine ribbed and decorated with fleur-de-lys, inner gilt border, gilt edges. Contemporary binding. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Rozemire ou l'Europe délivrée. Dédiée à Madame la Duchesse de Mercoeur.

      1657 - "Rozemire ou l'Europe délivrée" finement relié en maroquin bleu nuit aux armes de la comtesse de Verrue. Paris, Denis Thierry, 1657. In-8 de (13) ff., 798 pp., (2) ff., 1 portrait de la duchesse de Merc?ur et 2 gravures à pleine page. Qq. très légères mouillures. Plein maroquin bleu nuit, triple filet doré encadrant les plats, armes frappées or au centre, dos à nerfs richement orné de pièces d'armes, pièce de titre de maroquin rouge, coupes décorées, tranches rouges. Reliure du XVIIe siècle. 165 x 105 mm. / "Rozemire ou l'Europe délivrée" finely bound in dark blue morocco with the arms of the comtesse de Verrue. Paris, Denis Thierry, 1657. 8vo [165 x 105 mm] of (13) ll., 798 pp., (2) ll., 1 portrait of the duchesse de Merc?ur and 2 full-page engravings. A very few light water stains. Full dark blue morocco, triple gilt fillet on the covers, gilt arms stamped on the centre of covers, spine ribbed and richly decorated with armorial piece, red morocco lettering piece, red edges. 17th century binding. First edition of this fashionable novel of the 17th century, dedicated to the duchesse de Mercoeur. Brunet, supp., II, 532. Rozemire is the story of a princess in the time of Attila and the Huns. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Direzioni aGiovani Studenti nel Disegno dellArchitettura Civile, nellAccademia Clementina dellInstituto delle Scienze. Tomo primo [v. 2]. Divise in cinque parti. Con nuova aggiunta.

      8. Tit., 5 Bll. (Widm., Einl. u. Inh.), 168 S., 1 Bl. (Reimprimatur). Mit geom. Fig., Querschnitten u. Plänen in Kupferst. auf 75 num. Taf. sowie im Text m. einigen Init., Zierleisten u. Vign. in Holzschnitt. Schlichter Pergamentbd. d. Zt. auf 4 Bünden m. umseit. Farbschnitt. Mit stärkeren Gebrauchsspuren Bindung gelockert Einbd. berieben, stellenw. gedunkelt u. fleckig sowie an den Kapitalen u. Bünden abgewetzt u. tlw. aufgeplatzt Ecken bestoßen 1 Oberkante aufgesprungen Farbschnitt verblasst im Falz vorne u. hinten aufgeplatzt im Text stark abgegriffen u. z. Tl. angeschmutzt einige Tafeln lose u. rissig. Thieme/Becker III, 599 ff. EA. Vorliegend der erste von zwei Bänden dieses Architektur-Lehrbuches des bedeutenden Baumeisters u. Malers Ferdinando Galli-Bibiena (1657-1743), der v.a. als Bühnenbildner europaweit große Erfolge feierte. F. folgte 1708, nachdem er 30 Jahre lang in Parma u. Piacenza als Hofkünstler des Hauses Farnes tätig gewesen war, einer Berufung Kg. Karls III. (ab 1711 Kaiser Karl VI.) nach Barcelona und nach dessen Regierungsantritt nach Wien. Hier wurde er mit der Leitung einer Vielzahl pompöser Festvorbereitungen und Operninszenierungen beauftragt und nahm 1715 auch am Wettbewerb um den Bau der Karlskirche teil. Seit 1717 lebte er in Bologna, wo er eine Professur an der Accademia Clementina erhielt und sich vermehrt seinen theoretischen Abhandlungen widmete. - Die vorliegende Schrift, die eine erweiterte Überarbeitung seines 1711 erschienenen Hauptwerkes Larchitettura civile, preparata su la Geometria e ridotta alla Prospettiva darstellt, verfasste er zum Zwecke seiner Lehrtätigkeit. Der vorliegende erste Teil mit Abschnitten über praktische Geometrie sowie die Architekturtheorien von Marcus Vitruvius Pollio, Sebastiano Serlio und Andrea Palladio.

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        Nijmegen - Johannes Janssonius, 1657.

      'Nieumegen ' Noviomagumâ?'. Plattegrond met profielgezicht van Nijmegen vervaardigd door Jacob van Geelkercken en uitgegeven door Janssonius te Amsterdam, 1657. Later met de hand gekleurd. Afm. (prent) 38 x 41,5 cm.We zien de stad vanaf de Waal. Rechts een numerieke legenda, links het stadswapen.In 1648 maakte de Vrede van Munster een einde aan de Tachtigjarige Oorlog. In Nijmegen, dat lang in actief oorlogsgebied had geleden, brak een korte periode van welvaart aan. (In die periode is ook deze kaart van de stad gemaakt.) Totdat in 1672, toen Frankrijk, Engeland, Munster en Keulen de Republiek der Verenigde Nederlanden de oorlog verklaarden en Nijmegen weer als vestingstad in de vuurlinies lag.Janssonius (1588 Arnhem-1664 Amsterdam) trouwde met de dochter van uitgever Jodocus Hondius I en neemt na een tijd diens zaak over aan het huidige Damrak in Amsterdam.Janssonius verwerft 363 koperen platen van de Keulse uitgevers Georg Braun en Franz Hogenberg en besluit daarmee in 1657 zelf een stedenboek te maken. De koperen platen werden geüpdate, aangepast en deels geheel nieuw vervaardigd. Hij gebruikte daarbij topografische voorbeelden van Matthäus Merian, Jodocus Hondius II en van zijn Amsterdamse concurrent Joan Blaeu.Het resultaat was een indrukwekkend boek in 8 delen met daarin ruim 500 afbeeldingen van steden van de wereld. De meeste platen werden niet gesigneerd.Prijs: € 1.650,-   .

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        \"Das Rathhauß zu Augspurg wie es von außen und inwendig ... zu sehen ist\". Rathaus mit Perlachturm und Augustusbrunnen, im Himmel zwei Putten mit Wappenschilden, rechts unten kleine Kartusche mit Inschrift \"Elias Holl Construxit Mathias Kager delineavit\".

       Kupferstich von Wolfgang Kilian, dat. 1657, 32 x 41,5 cm. Schefold 41240. - Schöner kräftiger Druck des gesuchten Blattes. Alt mit Büttenpapier angerändert. Versand D: 6,00 EUR BAYERN, Schwaben

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        35 Acts including related items with a Proclamation, in One Volume, 1657, predominately Black Letter & title page with the woodcut Arms of the Commonwealth and where stated with drophead title. Includes a number of interesting Acts issued during the Commonwealth Government under Oliver Cromwell and here referred to as ‘His Highness The Lord Protector’ with the final item being an Order of Parliament for a Publique Thanksgiving for a thwarted attempt on the Life of Cromwell. Charles I was beheaded in 1649 & Charles II returned to rule in 1660. Cromwell died in 1658 having been Lord Protector for only five years and this vol. of mainly Acts is therefore historically significant being produced in the short lived era of the Commonwealth.

      London: Printed by Henry Hills and John Field, Printers to His Highness. 1657. - Folio, (270x175mm), 35 Acts & related items & a Proclamation each separately paginated, Acts 1 & 32 are each in 2 parts with separate title pages, No. 2 is a Proclamation. With the contemporary signature of 'Charles Thomas' to page 13 of No. 7, lower marginal worming to Nos. 7 & 8 not affecting the sense, occasional browning & foxing, some pages loose in Act 1 where the stitching has pulled, rear free endpaper torn out and 2 blank leaves present at front, one with marginal notes: inscribed in ink on 8 lines to the head of the front free endpaper, in a contemporary 17th century hand, is a medical receipt which is legible bar a few words and is a recipe of various oils to anoint a grieved part and taken when going to bed, having first been warmed in a saucer, Signed 'Jark? of Norfolk' beneath, occasional mispagination and/or page numbering however all Acts Complete with good margins throughout and overall in very good condition, bound in full contemporary calf with raised bands, blind ruled to spine & boards, tail of spine torn with loss and front hinge split beneath the lower raised band, rubbed & worn with strips of surface leather missing from the boards, however sound & tight & despite the description overall very good. Including: 1) The Humble Petition and Advice, Presented unto His Highness The Lord Protector By The Knights, Citizens and Burgesses . Title page, pp1-20; 25th May 1657 WITH To His Highness The Lord Protector of the Commonwealth .the Humble Additional and Explanatory Petition and Advice Title page, pp:23-30, 26th June 1657. 2) A PROCLAMATION By His Highness and the Parliament. Whereas the Knights, Citizens, and Burgesses of the Parliament have presented their desires unto his highness Oliver Lord Protector, that he would hold, and exercise the Office of Chief Magistrate . Broadside with Caption title, 26. Day of June, 1657 with Arms of the Commonwealth with text beneath, Pub: London, Printed by Henry Hills and John Field, Printers to His Highness, 1657. Cut close to text & now measuring 310x204mm, folded. 3) An Act For the Security of His Highnes (sic) The Lord Protector His Person, And Continuance of the Nation in Peace and Safety. Title page, pp:1-10, (1657) title page half torn without loss. 4) An Act for the Exportation of Several Commodities of the Breed, Growth and Manufacture of this Commonwealth. Title page, pp: 1010. (1657).5) An Act for Renouncing and Disanulling The Pretended Title of Charls Stuart, &c. Title page, pp:1-4, (1657), followed by a blank before No. 6.6) An Act For the taking away the COURT of Ward and Liveries. Title page, pp:1-2. (1657).7) An Act for an Assessment upon England, At the Rate of Sixty thousand Pounds by the Moneth, for THREE MONETHS; . Title page, pp: 1-73. (1657).8) An Act For Continuing and Establishing The SUBSIDIE of Tunnage and Poundage, better Packing of Butter . Title page, pp: 1-16, (1657) followed by a blank before No. 9. 9) An act and Declaration Touching several Acts and Ordinances made 1653 . And 1654 . Title page, pp: 1-16, (1657) followed by a blank before No. 10. 10) Instructions Agreed upon in Parliament, For Commissioners, For Surveying the Forest of Sherwood; The Forest or Chase of Needwood .&c. Title page, pp: 1-14. (1657).11) An Act For Raising of Fifteen thousand pounds Sterling in SCOTLAND. Title page, pp: 1-38. (1657).12) An Act For An Assessment At the Rate of Five and thirty thousand Pounds by the Moneth upon England, Six thousand Pounds upon Scotland, And Nine thousand Pounds . Upon Ireland, For Three Years. Title page, pp: 1-28. (1657). 13) An Act For Preventing of the Multiplicity of BUILDINGS In and about the Suburbs of LONDON . Title page, pp:1-24. (1657), followed by a blank.14) An Act For The Better Observation of the Lords Day. Title page, pp:1-17[1]. (1657).15) An Act For Discovering, Convicting and Repressing of Popish Recusants. Title page, pp: 1-21[1]. (1657).16) An Act for Indepmnifying (sic) of Such Persons as have [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Resuscitatio; Or, Bringing Into Publick Light Severall Pieces, Of The Works, Civil, Historical, Philosophical, & Theological, Hitherto Sleeping, Of The Right Honourable Francis Bacon. According To The Best Corrected Coppies. Together, With His Lordships Life.

      FIRST EDITION. 1 volume, folio, (13),282,(ii),83,(i),85-122,(i), 11-1/8" x 7-3/4", with the engraved fronts neatly laid down, sectional titles, text clean and bright throughout. Bound in 18th C. 1/2 red morocco over cords, panels tooled in blind, gilt lettered green leather spine label. This work contains the texts of various letters written by Bacon, his speeches in Parliament, the Star- Chamber, King's Bench, etc., "Certain Considerations touching the Plantation in Ireland," and ending with Bacon's "A Confession of the Faith."

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        Astro-Theology: or, a Demonstration of the Being and Attributes of God, From a Survey of the Heavens.

      Sixth Edition. Octavo. [16] lvi [8] 246 pages,[10] [3 foldout engravings]. Original Hardcover / bound in contemporary panelled calf. The book has been sympathetically rebacked to style. Besides a spot of hard green adhesive to the front board in very good condition. The armorial bookplate of Dr Blackett appears on the first pastedown. The text is complete and clean with the three foldout engravings of the cosmos to the rear, a little archival paper restoration to one of the engravings. William Derham FRS (26 November 1657 5 April 1735) was an English clergyman, natural theologian and natural philosopher. He produced the earliest, reasonably accurate estimate of the speed of sound. William Derham was the son of Thomas Derham. He was born at Stoulton, in Worcestershire, England. He was educated at Blockley, Gloucestershire and at Trinity College, Oxford from 1675 to 1679. He was ordained on 29 May 1681. In 1682, he became vicar of Wargrave, Berkshire and from 1689 to 1735 he was Rector at Upminster, Essex. While at Upminster, in 1716 he became a Canon of Windsor and the vestry minutes show that thereafter he divided his time between those two places. The parish registers of Upminster record his burial at St. Laurence's in 1735. However, the precise site of his grave is unknown and, in accordance with his wishes, there is no memorial to him in the church. In 1696, he published his Artificial Clockmaker, which went through several editions. The best known of his subsequent works are Physico-Theology, published in 1713 Astro-Theology, 1714 and Christo-Theology, 1730. All three of these books are teleological arguments for the being and attributes of God, and were used by William Paley nearly a century later. However, these books also include quantities of original scientific observations. For example, Physico-Theology contains his recognition of natural variation within species and that he knew that Didelphis virginialis (the Virginia opossum) was the only marsupial in North America. Similarly, Astro-Theology includes several newly identified nebulae (this was the name used at the time for all extended astronomical objects: some of his nebulae are what we would now call star clusters). His 16-feet long telescope (also used when measuring the velocity of sound) was at the top of the tower of St Laurence's Church, where the necessary doors are still in place. On 3 February 1703, Derham was elected Fellow of the Royal Society. He was Boyle lecturer in 17111712. His last known work, entitled A Defence of the Church's Right in Leasehold Estates, appeared as early as 1731. But besides the works published in his own name, Derham contributed a variety of papers to the Transactions of the Royal Society. He revised the Miscellanea Curiosa. He edited the correspondence and wrote a biography of John Ray, whose 'physico-theology' (natural theology) tradition he continued, making him an early parson-naturalist. He edited Eleazar Albin's Natural History, and published some of the manuscripts of the scientist Robert Hooke. His meteorological observations at Upminster (in the Transactions of the Royal Society) are amongst the earliest series in England. (Wikipedia)

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        AUGSBURG. - Rathaus., "Das Rathhauß zu Augspurg wie es von außen und inwendig ... zu sehen ist". Rathaus mit Perlachturm und Augustusbrunnen, im Himmel zwei Putten mit Wappenschilden, rechts unten kleine Kartusche mit Inschrift "Elias Holl Construxit Mathias Kager delineavit".

      Kupferstich von Wolfgang Kilian, dat. 1657, 32 x 41,5 cm. Schefold 41240. - Schöner kräftiger Druck des gesuchten Blattes. Alt mit Büttenpapier angerändert. BAYERN, Schwaben

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        Gesamtansicht, "Argentoratvm".

      - altkol. Kupferstich n. Abraham Hogenberg aus Janssonius ( Städtebuch ), 1657, 33,6 x 42,1

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau "Hamburgum.".

      - altkol. Kupferstich aus Janssonius ( Städtebuch ), 1657, 39 x 50 Fauser 5373. Krogt, Koeman's Atlantis Neerlandici, Bd. IV, 2.1, Nr. 1707.

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau, oben links ein Wappen, "Hildesia. Hildesheim".

      - kol. Kupferstich aus Janssonius ( Städtebuch ), 1657, 40 x 50 Fauser I,5781. Links unten Erklärungen von 1 - 23. Das Blatt wurde restauriert.

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau, unten links eine Kartusche mit Erklärungen von 1 - 54. "Erphordia. - Erfurt".

      - altkol. Kupferstich aus Janssonius ( Städtebuch ), 1657, 38,5 x 50 Fauser, Nr. Nr. 3692. Restauriert

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        Gesamtansicht aus halber Vogelschau, "Cassellae Vulgo Cassel".

      - altkol. Kupferstich aus Janssonius ( Städtebuch ), 1657, 40,7 x 51

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau, oben links Wappen, rechts unten Erklärungen, "Brema".

      - Kupferstich aus Janssonius ( Städtebuch ), 1657, 39,5 x 49,5

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        STADE., "Stada". Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau, im Hintergrund die Elbe. Oben Wappen, links Erklärung 1-20.

      Kupferstich aus Janssonius, Städtebuch, 1657, 39,5 x 50,5 cm. Fauser 13263. - Nur in den breiten Rändern gering fleckig. Niedersachsen

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        AUGSBURG., "Augvsta Vindelicorum Augspurg". Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau, links unten Erklärungen 1 - 29, oben und rechts Reichs- bzw. Stadtwappen.

      Altkol. Kupferstich bei Frederic de Wit nach Wenzel Hollar, 1657, 39,5 x 50 cm. Schefold 40162: "Aus Janssonius 1657", dem Städtebuch. - Insgesamt einheitlich gering gebräunt. Eine Fehlstelle im breiten Rand alt ergänzt. BAYERN, Schwaben

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        \"Coburgum inter Antiquiores Franconiae Civitates, hodie Aula illustre et Collegio Gymnastico celebre\". Gesamtansicht (15,5 x 49,5 cm) vom Judenberg aus mit der Veste im Hintergrund.

       Kupferstich von Janssonius, 1657, 15,5 x 49,5 cm. Vgl. Fauser 2662. - Prächtige Ansicht mit Bezeichnung der Kirchen, Sehenswürdigkeiten und Berge. - Ohne den Text unter der Ansicht. Seitlich und unten angerändert und mit Prägerand versehen. Versand D: 6,00 EUR BAYERN, Franken

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        Gesamtansicht, von einer Anhöhe aus, "Castanowiz Croatiae .".

      - altkol. Kupferstich n. Hufnagel aus Janssonius ( Städtebuch ), 1657, 32,5 x 44,5

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        STRALSUND., "Stralsundia". Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau, rechts mit Erklärungen 1 - 25.

      Kol. Kupferstich aus Janssonius, Städtebuch, 1657, 39,5 x 50,5 cm. Fauser 13489. - Rechts oben im weißen Randbereich die Ecke alt angesetzt. Mit geglätteter Knickspur. Kräftiger Druck. Bra-Me-Po

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        Les Provinciales ou les Lettres escrites par Louis de Montalte à un Provincial de ses Amis. aux RR. PP. Jésuites : sur le sujet de la Morale, de la Politique de ces Pères

      Chés Pierre de la Vallée, "Cologne" [i.e. Paris] 1657 - 23.7 mm., Brown morocco, gilt, a.e.g., by Riviere. Joints nicely repaired. Fifth letter lightly browned; small hole repaired with loss of a few letters on 18:7/8. "Refutation de la reponse a la douziéme lettre" bound before the 12th letter. Letters 1-15 have 8 pages; 16-18 have 12 pages. "These letters were originally issued clandestinely in eighteen parts as a series of separate publications by a variety of different printers between 23 January 1656 and 15 January 1657. No detailed or authoritative information on these separate issues is available," PMM. "The Lettres Provinciales, as they are called, are the first example of French prose as we know it today, perfectly finished in form, varied in style, and on a subject of universal importance.[Pascal] was an infant prodigy, whose work in mathematics and natural science attracted considerable attention before he was sixteen. [But he] will always be chiefly remembered as a moralist, more especially as the great apologist for Jansenism, the seventeenth-century French ascetic movement of reform inside the Roman Catholic Church.At the end of 1655, the movement had been much under attack from the Jesuits, and Pascal was persuaded to write a rejoinder.[his] counter-attack took the form of a brilliant exposure of the casuistical methods of argument employed by the Jesuits.Pascal's weapon was irony, and the freshness with which the gravity of the subject contrasts with the lightness of the manner is an enduring triumph. The vividness and distinction of his style recalls Milton at its best.," Printing and the Mind of Man, 140. First edition, first issue, the 18 separate letters, plus the refutation. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Descripcion breve del monasterio de S. Lorenzo el Real del Escorial. Vnica maravilla del mvndo: Fabrica del prvdentissimo rey Philippo segvndo. Aora nvevamente coronada por el catholico rey Philippo qvarto el Grande con la magestvosa obra de la capilla insigne del Pantheon, Y traslacion à ella de los Cuerpos Reales. Dedicada à quien tan Ilustremente la corona, por el P.F. Francisco de los Santos, Lector de Escritura Sagrada en el Colegio Real de la misma Casa.

      En la Imprenta Real,, En Madrid 1657 - 6 h, 184 hojas foliadas, 5 h. f., Portada con escudo xilográfico, 11 planchas grabadas al cobre la mayoria grabadas. 29 x 20 cm. Encuadernación de época. Ejmeplar en buen estado. Palau 300550 . . IMPORTANTE. Lea Nuestras Condiciones de Venta y Gastos de [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Sommario delli ordini pertinenti al tribunale di provisione della citta, et ducato di Milano, Cominciato l'anno 1580, successiuamente ampliato nel 1613. Et finalmente perfettionato nell'anno 1657 con aggionta delli ordini seguiti fino al presente.

      Milano, nella R.D. Corte, per Giulio Cesare Malatesta stampatore R.C., e della citta ca. 1657 - In fo. (290x195) cc. 4 nn. pp. 176 stemma della Città di Milano inc. in legno al front. num. capilettera inc. in legno. Leg. coeva in cartone tit. ms. al dor. Bella copia genuina. Interessante trattazione sulle leggi inerenti gli alimenti: biade e farine, pane e prestinai, vino e uve, pesce e pesca; e ancora: legnami, corde, carbone, pollami e uova. ICCU, MILE\005476.

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        Les Provinciales ou les Lettres escrites par Louis de Montalte à un Provincial de ses Amis. aux RR. PP. Jésuites : sur le sujet de la Morale, de la Politique de ces Pères

      "Cologne" [i.e. Paris]: Chés Pierre de la Vallée, 1657. First edition, first issue, the 18 separate letters, plus the refutation. 23.7 mm., Brown morocco, gilt, a.e.g., by Riviere. Joints nicely repaired. Fifth letter lightly browned; small hole repaired with loss of a few letters on 18:7/8. "Refutation de la reponse a la douziéme lettre" bound before the 12th letter. Letters 1-15 have 8 pages; 16-18 have 12 pages. "These letters were originally issued clandestinely in eighteen parts as a series of separate publications by a variety of different printers between 23 January 1656 and 15 January 1657. No detailed or authoritative information on these separate issues is available," PMM. "The Lettres Provinciales, as they are called, are the first example of French prose as we know it today, perfectly finished in form, varied in style, and on a subject of universal importance....[Pascal] was an infant prodigy, whose work in mathematics and natural science attracted considerable attention before he was sixteen... [But he] will always be chiefly remembered as a moralist, more especially as the great apologist for Jansenism, the seventeenth-century French ascetic movement of reform inside the Roman Catholic Church...At the end of 1655, the movement had been much under attack from the Jesuits, and Pascal was persuaded to write a rejoinder...[his] counter-attack took the form of a brilliant exposure of the casuistical methods of argument employed by the Jesuits...Pascal's weapon was irony, and the freshness with which the gravity of the subject contrasts with the lightness of the manner is an enduring triumph. The vividness and distinction of his style recalls Milton at its best.," Printing and the Mind of Man, 140.

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau "Embda.".

      - kol. Kupferstich aus Janssonius ( Städtebuch ), 1657, 34,5 x 48,5 Stich nach Braun-Hogenberg, aber mit veränderten Trachten ( Mann mit zweizackiger Lanze ) und zweispaltigem Rückseitentext. - Die Bugfalte ist unten restauriert.

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        M. Tulli Ciceronis Epistolarum selectarum libri tres: Editi in usum Scholarum Hollandiae & West-Frisiae. Ex decreto illustriss. D.D. Ordinum eiusdem Provinciae.

      Amsterdam (Amstelodami), Apud Ludovicum & Danielem Elzevirios, 1657. 8vo. 160 p. Vellum 16 cm (Ref: Willems 1211; Bergman 2024; Rahir 1237; Schweiger 169; Spoelder Amsterdam 5, p. 486/87) (Details: Nice and clean copy of a schoolbook. 5 thongs laced through the joints. Back ruled gilt, with the gilt coat of arms of Amsterdam on the 'compartments'. Boards with gilt double fillet borders, and gilt corner pieces with the coat of arms of the city. In the center of upper and lower boards the gilt coat of arms of Amsterdam. All 4 green silk ties still present, though 1 is hanging on a few threads. Woodcut printer's mark of Louis and Daniel Elzevier on the title, depicting Minerva under an olive tree. She holds a banner with the motto: 'Ne extra oleas', to be understood as 'Stay within the bounds of wisdom'. The Amsterdam Elseviers Louis and Daniel Elsevier produced more than 600 editions, and 256 of them have this motto 'ne extra oleas'. It seems more or less the equivalent of the printer's mark (a philosopher under an olive tree) and the motto of the famous French scholar/printer Robertus Stephanus 'noli altum sapere', 'Be not high-minded'. Stephanus' printer's mark and motto clearly inspired the Elseviers. (See for the motto and its sources http://www.jstor.org/stable/289286?seq=6#page_scan_tab_contents) We are not sure wether this copy is a prize copy or not. We cannot discover a trace of a removed prize. The book might have been a present of the City of Amsterdam to someone) (Condition: Vellum age-tanned) (Note: This anthology was commissioned by the Provincal Governments of Holland and West-Frisia for the use in local 'Latin schools' in the Western part of the Dutch Republic. They wanted to present the youth, it is said in the preface, letters of Cicero, which were edifying for their elegance, the importance their subject matter and the power of their 'sententiae'. (sive ob formularum elegantiam, sive ob rerum sententiarum momenta', p. 3) For centuries the Roman orator, author and politician Cicero retained a central position as a school author and a model for good writing, on protestant schools and in Jesuit colleges. The period of his greatest glory was the Renaissance, when he became the object of a literary cult called Ciceronianism. Many humanists took him as an absolute model for pure Latin, and an elegant style. Petrarch modeled his own 'Epistolae Familiares' in part on Cicero's 'Epistulae ad Familiares'. Petrarch created, like Cicero, in his letters 'a kind of autobiography and a partial history of his own life and time. Even as Petrach rebuked Cicero for being too Ciceronian in other words, he helped establish Cicero as a uniquely powerful stylistic model and intellectual resource'. (The Classical tradition, N.Y., 2010, p. 196) This anthology from the epistolary oeuvre of Cicero. The style of Cicero's letters varies very much. Many of them deal with official business, there are also polished manifesto's in letter form. 'Others have a less formal tone, while others again (...) on private affaires have no stylistic pretensions at all, but consist of short, elliptic sentences, packed with idiomatic phrases. (...) This, (...) shows the essential soundness of his style; it was not an artificial dialect for the use of literary men, but the speech of his own people, purified, carefully arranged, and made more flexible and expressive'. (H.J. Rose, 'A handbook of Latin literature', London, 1964, p. 165)) (Collation: A-K8) (Photographs on request)

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        2 Gesamtansicht auf 1 Blatt "EschweGesamtansicht.".

      - altkol. Kupferstich aus Janssonius ( Städtebuch ), 1657, 30,5 x 48

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        BREMEN., "Brema". Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau, am anderen Ufer der Weser "Die Newe Statt", mit Erklärungen von 1 - 30.

      Kupferstich aus Janssonius, Städtebuch, 1657, 39,5 x 49,5 cm. Fauser 1877. - Schönes Exemplar in kräftigem Druck und mit breitem Rand. Bremen

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        Titre en grec] Medicorum omnium facile principis, opera omnia quae extant. Nunc Denvo Latina Interpretatione & Annotationibus illustrata, Anutio Foesio Mediomatrico Medico Authore. [Avec] FOESIUS, Oeconomia Hippocratis Alphabeti Series Distincta

      1657 - 2 fort volumes, front., Genevae, Typis sumptibus Samuelis Chouet, 1657-1662, in-folio, 2 fort volumes, front, [46]-1344-[53] pages en numérotation continue ; et [8]-418 pages, basane havane ancienne, dos à nerfs et fleuronné, pièces de titre renouvelées, Texte en grec avec la traduction latine et les commentaires. Beau portrait-frontispice gravé par P. Aubry. Titre du premier tome en rouge et noir. Édition d'Anuce Foes, parue à l'origine chez Wechel en 1595 ; elle reprend, page à page, celle de Francfort parue en 1620, publiée de nouveau en 1621 et 1624. L'Oeconomia Hippocratis de Foes a son titre et sa pagination propres. Cette partie existe également en tiré à part. Le médecin et humaniste Foes (Feosius de son nom latinisé, 1528-1595), fut l'un des meilleurs commentateurs d'Hippocrate avant Littré ; il consacra à sa réhabilitation plus de 40 ans de sa vie (Garrison, p. 197). Son édition d'Hippocrate est la meilleure produite, au XVIe siècle, avec celle de Janus Cornarius. Ex-dono manuscrit ancien au contreplat : copie d'un passage du testament de l'abbé l'abbé Vital Chouvy (1752-1835), professeur d'histoire ecclésiastique à Lyon, établi le 28 novembre 1835 : "Je lègue à titre de souvenir amical à M. R. de la Prade, docteur en médecine, à Lyon, mon exemplaire des Oeuvres complètes d'Hippocrate." ; probablement Richard de la Prade, médecin de l'hôtel-Dieu de Lyon, membre de l'Académie Royale des sciences de la même ville et professeur de médecine clinique. Ouvrage rare, exemplaire de provenance intéressante. Importantes restaurations en tête et en pied des volumes et à certains coins, avec adjonction de vélin. Rousseurs et brunissures, quelques auréoles marginales, galeries de vers avec très faible atteinte au texte en pied de plusieurs feuillets du tome I. Wellcome III, p. 269. Krivatsy, n° 5621 et 4146. Waller n° 4490 (sans l'Oeconomia Hippocratis). Osler n° 144 pour l'édition de 1595. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Münster In Westphalen. Vor der Belägerung ... / Belägerung Münster. So von Iro ... und sich den 23 Octobri dißes Jahrs güttlichen Acomodiert hatt. Kupferstich mit zwei Ansichten von zwei Platten aus Merian, Theatrum Europaeum von 1667. 27,5 x 70 cm.

      Ansicht von Westen auf die Stadt mit Belagerung durch die Truppen des Bischofs Christoph Bernhard von Galen im Jahr 1657.- Legende unterhalb der beiden Darstellungen.

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