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        ISTORIA DEL CONCILIO DI TRENTO SCRITTA DAL PADRE SFORZA PALLAUICINO DELLA COMPAGNIA DI GIESU ; oue insieme rifiutasi con autoreuoli testimonianze vn'Istoria falsa diuolgata nello stesso argomento sotto nome di Pietro Soaue Polano. Alla Santita di nostro signore Papa Alessandro VII. (2 vols)

      Roma, Bernabó, 1656-1657 - Roma : nella stamperia d'Angelo Bernabó dal Verme Erede del Manelfi : per Giouanni Casoni libraro all'Insegna di San Paolo, MDCLVI-MDCLVII. Folio, 2 vols: - PARTE PRIMA (1656): portada a dos tintas con grabado, 2h. 1138 p. - PARTE SECONDA (Con la Tavola universale delle cose più notabili contenute in ambedue le Parti) (1657): portada a dos tintas con grabado, 1066 p. 32 h. (índice con las personalidades relacionadas con el Concilio). // Plena piel época, lomo cuajado en oro con nervios y tejuelo, cortes moteados. Encuadernación que necesita restauración, pero volúmenes sólidamente construidos. Interior con manchas de humedad. Bellas capitulares. - Primera gran crónica del Concilio de Trento. Convocado por Paulo III y celebrado en distintas fases y lugares entre 1545 y 1563, se trata del concilio ecuménico más largo de la historia. Con el objetivo de renovar la Iglesia y evitar el avance del protestantismo, se aprobaron una serie de decretos doctrinales con respecto a los dogmas, la disciplina, el papado y las órdenes religiosas. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Granada.

      Colonia: Janssonius, 1657. - Imagen: 28 x 51 cm. Papel: 53 x 62 cm. Grabado al cobre. Ejemplar limpio y en excelente estado.

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        Apologie des eglises reformees du Languedoc, où sont contenues leurs justes plaintes, sur le sujet des troubles qu'on leur suscite, & des maux qu'on leur fait souffrir, au prejudice des edits de nos rois.

      S.n. 1657 - - S.n., S.l. [Montpellier ?] [1657], in 4 (22x x17cm), 47 pp., Un Vol. broché. - Edition originale. Rare. 2 exemplaires à la BN de France, rien dans les catalogues français et un exemplaire à la British Library. Broché, peut-être retiré d'un livre contenant à l'origine plusieurs pièces. En fin d'ouvrage, acte du synode provincial des églises réformées tenu à Montpellier le 25 avril 1657. Le livre commence ainsi : »C'est avec une extreme passion que le monde travaille à la ruine entière de l'église. » Argument le plus frequemment utilisé par les protestants. 47 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Astrea: A Romance

      - London -H. Moseley, T. Drink and H. Herringman 1657 - An extremely scarce copy ofthe first English publication of Honore D'Urfe's Astrea, generally considered the first classical French novel. 'Translated by a person of quality': attributed to John Davies, (16251693). Davies's fluency in French came from the years he spent in France during the interregnum. He earned his living by translating works from French, Spanish, and Latin. With a vignette title, head pieces and capitals. Volumes II and III of three volumes. Honor d'Urfe, marquis de Valromey, comte de Chateauneuf (February 11, 1568 June 1, 1625) was a French novelist and miscellaneous writer. He was born at Marseille, and was educated at the College de Tournon. A partisan of the League, he was taken prisoner in 1595, and, though soon set free, he was again captured and imprisoned. During his imprisonment he read Ronsard, Petrarch and above all the Diana of Jorge de Montemayor and Tasso's Aminta. It was in Savoy that he conceived the plan of his novel Astrea, the scene of which is laid on the banks of the Lignon in his native province of Forez. It is a leisurely romance in which the loves of Celadon and Astrea are told at immense length with many digressions. The recently discovered circumstances of the marriages of the brothers have disposed of the idea that the romance is autobiographical in its main idea, but some of the episodes are said to be but slightly veiled accounts of the adventures of Henry IV. The shepherds and shepherdesses of the story are of the usual type in pastorals, and they discourse of love with a casuistry and elaborate delicacy that are by no means rustic. The first part of Astrea appeared in 1607, the second in 1610, the third in 1619, and in 1627 the fourth part was edited. In 1628 a fifth was added by D'Urfe's secretary Balthazar Baro. Possibly the single most influential work of 17th century French literature, Astrea has been called the novel of novels, partly for its immense length but also for the success it had throughout Europe: it was translated into a great number of languages and read at every royal court. It set the fashion temporarily in romance narratives. Condition: Rebound in half morocco bindings with marbled boards. Externally sound although atriflerubbed and bumped. Internally, firmly bound. Remarkably bright and clean for the age of these books, with minimal age toning, slight dusting,and just the odd spot. Copperplate ink signatures of Eliza Jeffreyes, onedated 1660 to title pages. Overall: GOOD. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The REPORTS Of SR. GEORGE CROKE KNIGHT; Late, one of the Justices of the Court of KINGS - BENCH; And formerly, one of the Justices of the Court of COMMON - BENCH, of Such Select Cases as were adjudged in the Said Courts, the time that he was Judge in either of them: Collected and written in French by Himself; Revised and Published in English by Sire Harebotle Grimston Baronet, One of the Benchers of the Honourable Society of Lincolns - Inn.

      Printed by R. Hodgkinsonne, and are to be sold by William Leak, by Thomas Firby,, London: 1657 - Frontis. Head- tailpieces. Decorative initial capital letters. Copperplate printer's device to foot of 4P3 Fairly uncommon legal title in first edition. only one copy at auction these last 30 years. Some wear to binding tips. Extenisve contemporary marginalia. A VG+ copy. Period full calf with modern respining to style. Folio: 2 a - b4 c2 A - 4P4. 11-1/2" x 7-1/8". 1st edition (Wing C-7014A). [24], 669, [3] pp. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Freyburg In Schtlandt

      Amsterdam 1657 - From: "Illustriorum Regni Galliae Civitatum Tabulae, Vt & Helvetiae Confoederatae Civitates Celebriores. (Theatrum Exhibens Celebriores Galliae Et Helvetiae Urbes.)", Janssonius, Johannes, Amsterdam c.1657, Size : 396x506 (mm), 15.625x19.875 (Inches), Hand Colored Very Good; minor browning of the fold, some browning and foxing in the sky and mostly in the upper margin

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        2 Gesamtans. auf 1 Blatt "Lubeca. Hamburga.".

      . kol. Kupferstich aus Janssonius ( Städtebuch ), 1657, 32,5 x 47.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Englands Balme: or, Proposals By way of Grievance & Remedy; Humbly presented to His Highness and the Parliament: Towards the Regulation of the Law, And better Administration of Justice [etc.]. Wing S3183

      London: Printed by J. Cottrel, for Hen: Fletcher [etc.], 1657. Original sheep, rubbed, definite browning, else quite crisp; the Macclesfield copy, with the South Library bookplate and its discreet blind crest Sheppard's greatest work, called "the most comprehensive design for the reform of English law and society published in the seventeenth century" and, by John Baker, "a coherent programme of reform [which] seems remarkably prophetic

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        De pariente et partu.

      Johann Blaeu,, Amsterdam, 1657 - Amsterdam, Johann Blaeu, 1657. Klein-8°. 2 n.n. Bl., 110 S., 1 n.n. Bl. Index. Mit einer Holzschnitttitelvignette. Neuer Pappband mit goldgeprägtem Lederrückenschild. Hirsch IV, 621. - Krivatsy 9256. - Zweite Ausgabe nach 1527. Pratensis (1486-1559) war Leibarzt von Adolphe von Bourgondie. Verfasser mehrerer geburtshilflicher Werke die Haller und Siebold als wertlos bezeichneten. War als guter Latinist und Dichter geschätzt. - Leicht gebräunt. Sprache: N Neuer Pappband mit goldgeprägtem Lederrückenschild. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein]
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        Gesamtans. aus der halben Vogelschau "Leodium.".

      . kol. Kupferstich aus Janssonius ( Städtebuch ), 1657, 32,5 x 48,5.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        An Exact Abridgement of the Records in the Tower of London . . . of all the Parliaments holden in each Kings reign, and the several Acts in every Parliament [etc.]. Revised . . . by William Prynne

      London: Printed for William Leake Stationer, at the Crown [etc.], 1657. Early tree calf, rebacked, some embrowning, but a good copy First edition of one of two valuable works singled out by Holdsworth as the fruits of Prynne's scholarship in seeing published the previously unprinted public records of the Kingdom, both leading to his appointment as their Keeper in the next decade

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        Frauenzimmer Belustigung. Ein sowohl zu geistlicher Sittenlehre als zierlicher Wohlredenheit Nutz- und ergötzliches Wercklein. Ursprünglich in Frantzösischer Sprache durch Herrn von Grenaille auf Chatounieres beschrieben Anjetzo aber in Hochdeutsch übersetzt Durch Ein Mitglied der hochlöbl. Fruchtbringenden Gesellschafft Den Unglückseligen. Doppelblattgr. Kupfertitel, 22 Bl., 604 S., 8 Bl. Mit 7 (von 8) Kupfertafeln. Pergamentbd d. Z. (fleckig) mit handschriftl. Rückentitel.

      Nürnberg, Michael Endter, 1657.. . Seltene zweite Ausgabe der Übersetzungs von Francois de Grenailles 'Plaisirs des Dames', hübsch als "Damenbuch" ausgestattet wie die Erstausgabe von 1653. Vorbild für Stubenberg war sein Nürnberger Vertrauter und Förderer Georg Philipp Harsdöffer und vor allem dessen Zeitschrift 'Frauenzimmer Gesprechspiele', die von 1644 bis 1649 in 8 Bänden erschienen war. Beiden ging es darum, zur Bildung der Frauen beizutragen und mit ihren Werken zu "nutzen und ergötzen", wie es Harsdörffer ausdrückte. "Harsdörffer, und später auch Stubenberg, schätzten und verehrten den französischen Schriftsteller ... In seinen Schriften glauben sie auf ideale Weise alle diejenigen Punkte vereinigt zu finden, die ihnen hinsichtlich des Frauenzimmers am meisten am Herzen liegen. Grenaille hat sechs Traktate christlicher Autoren des Altertums eigens für die Frau bearbeitet und unter dem Titel 'La Bibliotheque des dames' herausgegeben. Harsdörffer war von dieser Bearbeitung entzückt. Er hat sie persönlich übersetzt und dem 7. Teil seiner 'Gesprechspiele' zugefügt. Daß Harsdörffer Stubenberg zur Übersetzung der 'Plaisirs des dames' angeregt hat, liegt auf der Hand und wird auch durch sein ausführliches 'Sendschreiben' an Stubenberg bestätigt. 'Mit hertzlicher Freudigkeit' habe er besagtes Buch gelesen, schreibt Harsdörffer ... und mit Wohlgefallen weist er auf den so löblichen Inhalt des Werkes hin" (Bircher, Stubenberg und sein Freundeskreis, S. 80). Das doppelblattgroße Fontispiz zeigt einen Kavalier mit Dame, rechts unten lauert der Tod mit Pfeil und Bogen; die weiteren Kupfer zeigen jeweils einen Kavalier und eine Dame beim Musizieren, Tanzen, beim Spaziergang, bei der Unterhaltung, bei Tisch usw. Der Künstler war Georg Strauch (Nürnberg 1613-1675), der das Frontispiz signiert hat. Unter den Lobgedichten auf Stubenberg von Harsdörffer, Birken, Moscherosch, F. v. Rottern, Margareta M. v. Buwighausen und Wallmeroda und Abele findet sich auch eine "doppellesige Reimung" Harsdörffers, deren Lese-Alternativen ganz unterschiedlichen Sinn ergeben. Stubenberg (1631-1663) wurde nach schwerer Jugend bereits in jungen Jahren als "Der Unglückselige" Mitglied der "Fruchtbringenden Gesellschaft". Als Protestant in Österreich gefährdet und bedrängt, lebte er, teils gezwungen, auf der Schallaburg in Niederösterreich, rund sechs Kilometer südlich von Melk. Seit dem 15. Jahrhundert war das Anwesen ein Zentrum der österreichischen Protestanten. Im Jahr 1660 musste er aus konfessionellen Gründen die imposante Burganlage verkaufen und siedelte nach Wien über. - Kupfertitel alt aufgezogen mit hinterlegtem Auschnitt im weißen Rand, lose, erste Blatt mit Wurmgängen (etwas Bildverlust), Drucktitel verso mit teils gelöschtem Stempel, sonst gutes Exemplar. - VD 17 23:287542M. Dünnhaupt 8.2. Bircher 5. Vgl. Goed. III 248, 10 und Hayn/G. II 672. Nicht bei Faber du Faur.

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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 Li

      London: by Sarah Griffin 1657 - FIRST EDITION. 1 volume, folio, (13),282,(ii),83,(i),85-122,(i), 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. Wing B319 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." [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Portrait des Chasteavx Royavx De Sainct Germain en Laye / Portrait de la Maison Royale de Fontaine Bellaex

      Amsterdam 1657 - From: "Illustriorum Regni Galliae Civitatum Tabulae, Vt & Helvetiae Confoederatae Civitates Celebriores. (Theatrum Exhibens Celebriores Galliae Et Helvetiae Urbes.)", Janssonius, Johannes, Amsterdam c.1657, Size : 350x460 (mm), 13.75x18.125 (Inches), Hand Colored Very Good; some yellowing of the fold, especially on the upper part

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        Euclidis data succincte demonstrata: una cum emendationibus quibusdam & additionibus ad Elementa Euclidis nuper edita.

      Cambridge: ex officina Joann. Field; impensis Guglielmi Nealand 1657 - [4],56p. with a final leaf of errata. Shaved close at the top, touching the first word of the title and many of the headlines, otherwise in very good condition. Neatly disbound. Wing E3390. ESTC lists eleven copies, of which only two are in North America, CSmH, ViU. First edition. Isaac Barrow's second publication, and the second of his two epitomes of Euclid, each designed as an undergraduate text. He eventually became master of Trinity College, Cambridge, and as a mathematician was regarded by his contemporaries as second only to Isaac Newton. Newton has often been described as Barrow's pupil (e.g. in the DNB), but this appears not to have been the case; by 1669, however, there was some sort of working relationship between the two of which the details are not entirely clear. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Tresor heraldiqve, ov Mercvre armorial. Où sont demonstrées toutes les choses necessaires pour acquerir vne parfaite connoissance de l'art de blazonner. Enrichy de figures & du blazon des maisons nobles et considerables de France, & autres royaumes & estats de l'Europe. Avec deux tables fort amples (.). .

      François & Gervais Clouzier, Antoine Clément,, Paris 1657 - [4]-52 (= 48)-608 (= 530)-[1-1 bl.] pp. Réédition augmentée de ce traité "généralement estimé" (Saffroy) relatif à la science du blason, paru pour la 1ère fois en 1648. Contient de nombr. blasons ou ornements gravés sur bois in texto, ceux figurant les métaux et les couleurs coloriés au pochoir à l'époque. Ch. Segoing (actif au XVIIe s.) était avocat au Parlement de Paris. Vignette gravée sur bois sur le titre en rouge et noir. Note ms. postérieure sur la garde volante sup. Ref. Saffroy 2155. Bn-Opale plus. COPAC. 1 volumes. 1785 g Malgré les taches en bonne condition. Vélin à couture hollandaise et petits rabats de l'époque (fort souillé), dos lisse titré à l'encre noire, peu rogné, (souill. margin., qqs galeries margin. de ver, qqs rouss., etc.).

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        Gesamtans., "Argentina. Straßburg".

      . altkol. Kupferstich aus Janssonius ( Städtebuch ), 1657, 40,2 x 49,8.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Mechanica Hydraulico-Pneumatica: Qua Praeterquam quod Aquei Elementi natura, proprietas, vis motrix, atque occultus cum aere conflictus, a primis fundamentis demonstratur; . ; Opus Bipartitum . Accessit Experimentum novum Magdeburgicum, quo vacuum alii stabilire, alii evertere conantur.

      Pigrin fuer Schoenwetter, Wuerzburg 1657 - Half title dated 1658. 4to (206x165 mm) [32], 488, [16] pp., engraved title and 46 engraved plates on 45 plates (some folding) and numerous woodcut illustrations. Contemporary vellum, spine lettered in manuscript; half title with repaired tear to corner, some worming, somewhat browned, 3 plates stronger. Some plates wrongly numbered, corrected in old manuscript, plate 1 bound facing p. 277 instead of p. 177. With the rare half title and the final leaf of directions to the binder. A good, broad margined copy. Norman 1910; Dünnhaupt, S. 3811, 3; RISM B VI/2, 771; Eitner IX 66 f; De Backer/S. VII, 904; Poggendorff II, 838; Wheeler Gift I, 142; DSB 12, 210. FIRST EDITION of the first book by the Jesuit Gaspar Schott, a pupil of Athanasius Kircher. The first part is theoretical while the second part explodes into an extraordinary catalogue of machines illustrated by engraving and woodcut. 'Schott first published what had originally been intended as a brief guide to the hydraulic and pneumatic instruments in Kircher's Roman museum, expanding it into the first version of his Mechanica hydraulico-pneumatica. But he added as an appendix a detailed account of Guericke's experiments on vacuums, the earliest published report of this work' (DSB). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        PROVINCIALS ou les Lettres Escrites par Louis De Montalte, a un Provincial de Ses Amis & aux RR. PP. Jesuites: : sur le Sujet de la Morale, & de la Politique de ces Pères.

      Cologne [Amsterdam] Pierre de la Valle'e [Elzevier] 1657 - First duodecimo edition and First Elzevier edition, same year as the first complete 4to edition printed in Paris. This is the first and uncorrected state of two nearly identical issues. 12mo, beautifully bound in regal 18th century full red morocco, the covers framed by an elaborate decorative gilt rolled border surrounding a gilt coat of arms, the spine beautifully gilt tooled in compartments between fine gilt tooled bands, one compartment with a black morocco label gilt lettered and stippled, gilt turn-ins and board edges, marbled endpapers, a.e.g. Ex-Libris of the Chateau de Sampigny. [xxiv] 398, 111 pp. A fine and beautiful copy. FIRST ELZEVIER AND EXTREMELY EARLY PRINTING OF THIS MASTERPIECE OF THE MODERN FRENCH LANGUAGE. PMM 140. "The vividness and distinction of his style recalls the prose of Milton at its best". Elzevier’s was Pascal’s definitive version of the text. It was the first edition to gather the eighteen letters within continuous pagination, and has become the standard text for all successive editions. It also contains, attached at the end and paginated separately the 'Advis de Messieurs les Curez de Paris "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'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 of and distinction of his style recalls the prose of Milton at its best". (Printing and the Mind of Man). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Biblia polyglotta 1657 - Biblia Universa. Et Hebraica Quidem Cum Latina Interpretatione Xantis Pagnini Lucensis: Benedicti Ariae Montani Hispal. Et Quorundam aliorum Collato studio ad Hebraicam dictionem diligentissime expensa

      Leipzig, Kirchner 1657. 40 cm. (24), 183, (1), 282, (2, l. w.), 84, 203, (1 w.) Seiten mit Kupfertitel von Joh. Dürr nach M. I. Frentzel und S. Spetner. - Novum Testamentum Graecum, cum Vulgatae interpretatione Latina Graeci contextus lineis insertis ... Acc. Apocryphi. Leipzig Kirchner, 1657. (4), 292, 160 Seiten mit gestochen Titelvign. - Lucas (von Brügge), Fr.: Romanae correctionis, in Latinis Bibliis editionis Vulgatae ... Ohne Ortsangabe und Dr. Leipzig Christian Kirchner, 1657. (2), 70, (46) Seiten - In 1 blindgeprägt Kalbldr.-Bd. der Zeit mit farbig Rückenschild, reicher Rückenvergold. und dreiseit. Farbschnitt in Rot - VD17 3:0068404G - BL German 1601-1700 1074 (Biblia Univ.) - Darlow / Moule 4645, 5106 (vgl.) - Aufwendig ausgestattetes Exemplar dieser zweisprachigen Ausgabe nach der berühmten Antwerpener Polyglott-Bibel 1584, in sehr schönem Druck von Joh. Wittgau. Der hebräische Text des Alten Testaments in der Bearbeitung von Benedikt Arias Montanus, mit interlinearer latein. Version des Pagninus. Dieser war der erste, der eine lateinische Ãœbersetzung aus den Grundtexten lieferte. Wegen der Wörtlichkeit der Ãœbersetzung erwarb sie großen Beifall und wurde oft neu gedruckt. Diesem Exemplar sind Lucas' Verbesserungen beigegeben. Außerdem sind vorgebunden: Hannecken, Menno: Grammatica Hebraea Cum Tabulis Synopticis. Herausgeber und verbessert von H. Bangert. Lübeck, A. J. Becker, 1660. Gr.-8vo. (8), 41, (1) Seiten Schrader, Chr.: Tabulae Chronologicae A Prima Rerum Origine Ad Natum Christum Et Inde Ad Nostra Tempora. Helmstedt, G. W. Hamm, 1700. Folio-Format (76) Seiten mit zahlreichen Tabellen - Gruenenberg, Joh. P.: Tabulae Oeconomicae in Integrum Sacre Scripturae Utriusque Testamenti Codicem, Singulosque Ejusdem Libros. Rostock, J. Weppling, 1710. Folio-Format (8), 36 Seiten Die verschieden getönten Felder der Deckel durch ornamentale Prägung begrenzt. Bis auf wenig sichtbare Wurmlöcher und Reibespuren sehr gut erhalten. Die Beigaben stellenweise fleckig. Anfangs- und Endblätter am Rand verstärkt - Sprache / Language: Hebräisch / Hebrew -

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        FUERO DE CACERES. Este es el fuero que dio y otorgo Rex Alfons. Legion. Galletiae, concilio de Caceres, et otorgo el Rey D. Fernando su hijo.

      S.l - Fol, 416p a dos columnas, capitulares y grabs. en texto, 1 árbol genealógico a doble pág. Pergamino. "- Palau nº 95518: "El ejemplar de la Biblioteca Nacional no empieza ni acaba. Abarca hasta las confirmaciones de Felipe IV"." c.1657

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        Dotrina Christiana en la qual se enseña todo lo que el christiano deve hazer, desde el principio de su conversión, hasta el fín de su perfección. Y aora añadida nuevamente su vida en esta última impressión, por Fr. Juan de Marieta.

      - M., Melchor Sánchez, 1657, 30’5 x 21 cm., perg., 13 h. – 886 págs. – 6 h.

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        Cælum orientis et prisci mundi triade

      1657 1657 - Exercit ationum Literariarum Repræsentatum, curisqve Thomæ BangI. Kbhvn.: Peter Morsing 1657. Med titelkobber, stukket af H.A. Greys, titelblad trykt i rødt og sort. Med 3 træsnit i teksten. (12) + 224 s. Samt. slidt helskind. Med gamle navne, små ormehuller, de første sider med svag fugtskjold, biblioteksstempel på bagsiden af titelblad. With titlecopper, engraved by H.A. Greys, titlepage printed in red and black. With 3 textual woodcuts. Contp. worn full leather. With old names, small wormholes, the first pages with weak waterstain, library stamp on reverse of titlep. * Titelbladets bagside er identisk med variant B, beskrevet i Thesaurus 329, med 2 bibelcitater på hebraisk og latin og en vignet med en bog og en pen i en bladkrans. Thomas Bang [1600-1661], var universitetsbibliotekets første bibliotekar, bogen her er forfatterens hovedværk og handler i hovedsagen om bogstavskriftens oprindelse, men indeholder også bidrag til overtroens historie og påviser uægtheden af den såkaldte Henochs Bog.1691 udkom i Crakov i Polen et titeloplag af bogen.Thomas Bang (1600-1661), was the first librarian at the University Library; this book is his principal work and it is mainly describing the origin of alphabetic writing but it also deals with the history of superstition, and it points out the spuriousness of the so called Book of Henoch. Bibl. Dan. I, 86. Clement II, 404. Caillet I, 687. Thesaurus 329. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        ANNALES ET HISTORIAE DE REBUS BELGICIS.

      Joannis Blaeu, Amsterdam - 1657. First Edition, 4to, [11], 569pp, plus [22] page index and errata page, frontispiece engraving of Grotius. In Latin. Vellum binding and red leather spine label, binding ltly discolored and worn at edges, several pages ltly foxed, but about 95% of all pages very clean with little, or no foxing. The hinges are tight. A narrow section of the title page about one by seven inches, under the title, has been neatly removed and replaced with a neatly tipped in piece. It appears that whatever was removed was handwritten in ink because there are two or three letters remaining. Perhaps it was a valuable signature, or notes by a prominent person, or possibly nothing more than an ugly scribble. It couldn't have been the author's signature since his dates are 1583-1645. Grotius seems to have been a Renaissance man, whose learning and interest in many fields began at an early age. The book is a history of Belgium and the Netherlands from the period 1559 to 1609. It was begun in 1603, when the author was only twenty years of age, and was still being updated and revised at the time of his death. It was then brought out by his sons, Peter and Cornelius. THE BIBLIOGRAPHER'S MANUAL OF ENGLISH LITERATURE, by Lowndes, 1834, lists only the English edition of 1665. See also Brunet II 1767. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        1- Lettre de Monsieur Arnauld docteur de Sorbonne. A une personne de condition: sur ce qui est arrive depuis peu, dans une Paroisse de Paris, a un Seigneur de la Cour. Paris, s.e., 1657. 19 p. 2- Seconde lettre de Monsieur Arnauld docteur de Sorbonne, a un duc et pair de France. Pour servir de response a plusieurs Escrits, qui ont este publiez contre la premiere Lettre; Sur ce qui est arrive a un Seigneur de la Cour, dans une Paroisse de Paris. Paris, s.e., 1657. (2), 165, (1) p. table, (1) f. bl. 3- Discours de M. Arnauld sur l'amour de Dieu. s.d .[Paris, imprimerie de Seneuze, 1738]. 8 p.

      . 3 pieces reliees en un volume in-4, demi velin, dos lisse, titre manuscrit a la plume (rel. moderne). 1 & 2- Troisieme edition de la celebre "Lettre d'Arnauld" et de sa suite. "Ce fut le duc de Liancourt qui donna occasion a cette fameuse lettre. Ce seigneur s'etant presente pour la Confession a Saint-Sulpice sa paroisse, le pretre lui declara qu'il ne pouvait lui donner l'absolution que sous ces deux conditions: la premiere qu'il retirat de Port-Royal sa petite fille: la seconde qu'il congediat l'abbe de Bourzeis, qui etait encore dans le Parti, et qu'il rompit tout commerce avec ces Messieurs" (Colonia, T.I, n°97, p. 314). C'est dans la "seconde Lettre", reponse d'Arnauld aux pamphlets injurieux qui avaient accompagne la publication de la premiere lettre, qu'il publia la proposition jugee heretique qui le fit chasser de la Sorbonne et poursuivre par les autorites ecclesiastiques: "On a vit un juste dans la personne de Saint-Pierre, a qui la Grace, sans laquelle on ne peut rien, a manque dans une occasion, ou l'on ne peut pas dire qu'il n'ait point peche". Pascal fut charge de repondre et lanca ses "Lettres ecrites a un provincial...". 3- Edition originale posthume ("Ce discours n'avoit point encore ete imprime"). Titre courant. Arnauld definit la notion d'amour de Dieu comme l'amour de la verite et de la justice et s'oppose a ceux qui le font consister en certains elans du coeur et mouvements extatiques. Bon exemplaire, interieur frais..

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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 Li

      London: by Sarah Griffin, 1657. FIRST EDITION. 1 volume, folio, (13),282,(ii),83,(i),85-122,(i), 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. Wing B319 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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        Geteutschter Samson, Des Fürtrefflichsten Italiänischen Schreiber-Liechtes unserer Zeiten ... Durch ein Mitglied der Hochlöblichen Fruchtbringenden Gesellschafft Den Unglückseligen. 10 (st. 12) Bl., 381 S. 12°. Mod. rostroter Lederbd mit vergold. Rückentitel.

      Nürnberg, Michael Endter, 1657.. . Sehr seltene erste Ausgabe der Übersetzung von Ferrantes 'Il Sansone' durch Stubenberg (1619-1663). Dieser lebte seinerzeit - als Protestant in Österreich verfolgt - zurückgezogen auf der Schallaburg. Seine ersten literarischen Übersetzungen trugen ihm 1648 die Aufnahme in die Fruchtbringende Gesellschaft ein. Ferrante Pallavicino (1616-1644) galt als einer der geistvollsten Dichter und Satiriker im Italien des 17. Jahrhunderts. Seine teils pornographischen Werke sowie die Schriften gegen die katholische Geistlichkeit und die mächtige Familie Barberini wurden ihm jedoch zum Verhängnis. Ein gedungener Verräter lockte den Dichter nach Avignon, wo er verhaftet, des Atheismus angeklagt und 1644 nach einem Scheinprozess im Alter von 31 Jahren wegen seiner pornographischen und antiklerikalen Schriften enthauptet wurde. - Es fehlen das gestoch. Frontispiz und das letzte Blatt der Vorrede. Gutes und für einen Barockdruck breitrandiges Exemplar. - VD17 12:106604Y. Dünnhaupt 13. Goed. III 247, 14, 6. Bulling 52. Hayn/G. VI 10.

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        AN ACT FOR LIMITING AND SETLING THE PRICES FOR WINES.

      - London: Printed by Henry Hills and John Field, Printers to His Highness the Lord Protector, 1657, 26.5 x 17 cm., title-page + 2 pages, bound in modern marbled paper covered boards with paper label & new endpapers. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Geometria theoretica, handgriff deß Circul un[d] Lineals, von neuem übersehen und vermehrt. Basel, Johann Brandmyller, 1676. Small oblong 16mo (8 x 10.5 cm). With many small geometrical diagrams and related illustrations in the text, and a woodcut coat of arms of the guild of "Spinwetteren" (with hammer, pair of compasses and hatchet or axe). Near contemporary half vellum, marbled sides.

      WorldCat (9 copies, including at least one incomplete); VD17, 39:114944L (2 of the same copies); not in Poggendorff. Rare second and best edition of a charming and well-printed little book on practical plane and solid geometry in German, intended for practicing artisans and attempting to elevate them above the commonplace. Georg Decker published the first edition at Basel in 1657. It was expanded for the present second edition. Jacob Meyer was treasurer of the Basel guild of "Spinwetteren", for artisans who worked with fire and with measuring compasses. After the dedication to city and other officials, Meyer provides a 19-page note to the reader, signed 1 January 1676, which comments on the first and present second edition, refers to various instruments used by "Mechanici und Handwercker" and shows the coat of arms of his guild, discusses the importance of a knowledge of geometry in various trades, with a couple Greek and Latin quotations and German translations. It is followed by a poem in honour of the art of geometry by Johann Jacob Ringle (1615-1678), and then the well-illustrated main text. At the end the book refers the reader who wishes to pursue the subject further to Daniel Schwenter, Geometriae practicae novae Tractatus, first published in 1618.With an owner's very small oval stamp on the title-page (with a crowned S v.P). In very good condition (remarkable for a book of this nature and format), with the 2 final integral blank leaves and with only a small tear along the gutter fold of the title-page. A lovely little book on geometry, with information on guilds and the use of mechanical instruments.

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        Pascaart vande Noort-Zee. Tabula Hydrographica Oceani Borealis.

      1657 - Amsterdam, 1657, German edition. Original colour. 440 x 560mm. A Dutch sea chart from Jansson's uncommon 'Atlas Maritimus', first published 1650. It covers the North Sea, oriented with north to the right, and shows from the Shetlands to Arundel in Sussex and Trondheim, the Baltic and Calais. The title cartouche depicts two navigators. Published just after the end of the First Anglo-Dutch War.

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        L'histoire Mahometane, ou les quarante-neuf Chalifes du Macine divisez en trois livres [...].

      Paris, Remy Soubret, 1657.. 4to. (8), 9-44, 332 pp. (Bound with) II: Ibn 'Arabshah, Ahmad ibn Muhammad / Vattier, Pierre (transl.). L'histoire du grand Tamerlan divisee en sept livres. Ibid., 1658. (24), 248, (4) pp. (And) III: The same. Portrait du grand Tamerlan, avec la suite de son histoire iusques a l'establissement de l'Empire du Mogol. Paris, Vattier, Augustin Courbe & Jean Huart, 1658. (8), 146, (2). Contemp. vellum. All edges sprinkled in red.. A milestone of French Arabist scholarship in the 17th century. I: First French edition of the "General History of the World" ("Kitab al-Magmu' al-mubarak") by Girgis al-Makin ibn al-'Amid, known in the Latin tradition as Georgius Elmacinus. Born in Cairo in 602 AH (1205 AD) to a Coptic civil servant in the War Ministry, he later served in a similar function in Syria. His chronicle had previously been translated into Latin (by Erpenius) and English (by Purchas); the work "for the first time provided wider circles in the west with an overview of Islamic history from its beginnings to the Crusades and acquainted them with the prime of the Baghdad Califate, previously almost unreceived, through an account ultimately based on Tabari" (cf. Fück). - II/III: First French translation (issued in two parts) of this important critical, at times even satirical eyewitness account of the life of Tamerlane (Timur Lenk), the great Turkish conqueror of the 14th century. "A frequently malicious account, in spite of the panegyrical form in which it is couched" (cf. GAL). Based on the original Arabic text written in 1437-38 by the Syrian author Ahmad lbn 'Arabshah who was secretary to Sultan Ahmad of Baghdad. In the late 16th century Timur was made famous in Europe through Christopher Marlowe's play "Tamburlaine" (published in 1590). The 17th century western translations of Ibn Arabshah's work "for the first time acquainted the occident with a model of Arabic rhyming prose which also had the power to captivate the reader by its subject, as well as with the elaborate rhetorical style so characteristic of the literary taste of the Orient" (cf. Fück). Pierre Vattier (1623-67), physician to the Duke of Orleans, was the author of several treatises and translations on various aspects of Middle Eastern or Muslim culture. - Some browing and occasional inkstaining throughout. Top spine-end repaired. A good copy. The Macclesfield copy commanded 3,400 at Sotheby's in 2008. - I: GAL I, 348. Schnurrer, p. 115, no. 155. Gay 3568. Fück 73. Aboussouan 449 ("1558" in error). OCLC 1811219. II/III: GAL II, 29. Schnurrer, p. 137, no. 167. Fück 82. OCLC 29069177/29069426.

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        Provinciales: Or, The Mysterie of Jesuitisme

      \"The first example of French prose as we know it today\"óPMM[PASCAL, Blaise]. Les Provinciales: Or, The Mysterie of Jesuitisme. Discover\'d in certain Letters, Written upon occasion of the present differences of Sorbonne, between the Jansenists and the Molinists, from January 1656 to March 1657. S.N. Displaying the corrupt Maximes and Politicks of that Society. Faithfully rendred into English. London: Printed by J.G. for R. Royston, 1657.First edition in English (first printed in French at Cologne in 1656-7). Twelvemo. [24], 409, [1, blank], [6] pp. With preliminary blank, a post-script leaf referring to the seventeenth letter, and two final leaves of errata and advertisements. Added engraved title-page by Ro[bert] Vaughan.Eighteenth-century panelled calf, neatly rebacked, retaining old morocco lettering label. Spine lettered in gilt with decorative gilt board-edges. Eighteenth-century armorial bookplate of John Hustler of Acklam mounted on verso of engraved title-page. Early ink notations at bottom of engraved title-page. Leaves Q thru Q12 have been affected by printer\'s ink, mostly just a little smudging; verso of Q10 is the only page where two lines of text have been affected. Apart from the few flaws, this is a fine copy of a very rare and famous work.This work is a series of eighteen letters in which, \"Pascal defended Arnauld and satirized his Jesuit opponents and their theological and moral views. The work was published under the pseudonym Louis de Montalte and were probably the cooperative work of Pascal, Arnauld, and Pierre Nicole, though they were principally Pascal\" (Edwards, P. The Encyclopedia of Philosophy, p. 52). Les Provinciales is considered one of the great French literary masterpieces and the first example of French prose.No translator\'s name ever appeared in any of the English editions, and to this day, the translator remains unknown. There is, however, a strong possibility that the work might have been translated by Evelyn. In 1664, a third volume on Jesuitisme appeared, and the translation was fully acknowledged by Evelyn. In his diaries, he writes: \"This day was publish\'d by me that part of the Mysterie of Jesuitism translated and collected by me, tho\' without my name, containg the Imaginarie Heresy with 4 letters and other pieces...Evelyn included the book in the list of his works sent to Dr. Plot, and though he did not refer to it again in his Diary, his interest in the subject remained very active\" (Keynes, John Evelyn, pp. 124-126).Printing and the Mind of Man 140. Wing P643.HBS 66919.$2,000

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        Comitiologia Ratisbonensis, de Anno 1654. Das ist: Was bey selbigem Reichstage zu Regenspurg: Item, Was daeben bey der Wahl deß Röm. Königs Ferdinandi IV. und dessen Crönung, beydes in Jure, et facto anzumercken sich erzeiget hat: Sambt der Römischen Königlichen Newen Capitulation: Item: Unpassionirte Gedancken, wider deß Hippoliti de Lapide, von dem Hochlöblichen Hause Oestereich: Von Reformirung deß gantzen Römischen Reichs: Von Verwerffung deß kayserlichen Reichs Hoffraths [...] Durch G.V.H. vom Adel, auß M. [d.i. Gottlieb von Hagen]. -

      Frankfurt: Sebastian Rohners 1657,. 8 Bll., 406 [recte: 386] Seiten, 1 zwischengeschaltete Falttafel (Tabelle), Pergamentband der Zeit mit auf den Falz gezogenen Pergamentriemchen, farbiger Blattschnitt, 8vo (19,5 cm). Verfasser der Schrift war der Mecklenburger Gottlieb von Hagen (1595-1658), der lange als Gründer des Armenhauses von Brüel galt (vgl. Kunst u. Geschichtsdenkmäler des Grossherzogthums Mecklenburg-Schwerin 3, 390). Hinter Hippolit de Lapide verbirgt sich Bogislaus Philipp von Chemnitz (1605-1678). - VD17 1:018550E. - Vorangebunden: "Dissertatio Historico-Juridica In XVII. Priora Aureae Caroli IV. Bullae Capita [...]" von Gerald Buxtorff, Basel: Johann Jacob Genath 1613, 55 Bll. (VD17 1:005163W). - Der vordere Spiegel mit kleiner Beschädigung im Bereich des Gelenks unten, Besitzvermerke auf dem vorderem Vorsatz und dem Titelblatt, einige wenige Blätter mit randlichen Minierspuren, die Tabelle hinterlegt. Sonst und insgesamt gutes Exemplar in attraktivem Einband..

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        Speculum Zelandiae ...Amsterdam, Widow of [Joachim] Ottens and sons, [ca. 1720]. 1mo (32 x 32.5 cm). With engraved armorial title-page and 36 engraved views. Contemporary half calf.

      Cf. Donkersloot-de Vrij 776 note; Kluiver, De Cartons voor het Speculum Zelandiae, p. 5; NCC (2 copies of a different Ottens issue); STCN (1 copy of the Visscher ed.). Thirty-six splendid 17th-century views of cities, towns, noblemen's estates, and castles in the Dutch province of Zeeland, with an elaborately decorated armorial title-page. The cities shown include Middelburg, Vlissingen, Goes, Zierikzee, Tholen and Veere. The title appears in an elaborate cartouche with the arms of Zeeland and of these 6 cities, with allegorical figures and a view of a city and ships. One of the 3 views of Middelburg, not in other issues of the Speculum, is printed from Roman's first plate of the city from the harbour side, replaced by the better known one (also present) between 1657 and 1660.In very good condition, with only minor marginal repairs in the title and one view, a tiny hole in one view, and an occasional minor fold, crease or faint stain. A splendid set of Zeeland views, including the rare earlier view of Middelburg from the harbour side.

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        Verbeterde nieuw ontdekte distilleer en stook-konst. ... Amsterdam, Steven van Esveldt. 1763. 8vo. With engraved frontispiece of a distillery, a small engraving of a press for wine dregs in the text and a woodcut decorated initial. Contemporary half sheepskin.

      Forbes, Short history of the art of distillation 82 & p. 13; STCN (2 copies, including 1 incompl.). Rare second corrected and enlarged edition of an early handbook on distillation. In twenty chapters it describes a wide array of applications and techniques, from oil distillation to the production of brandy and Dutch gin. It includes a description of the fermentation of fruit, the technical jargon and information about distilling equipment. Forbes indicates that the author is not the same person as Jacob Bols, as has sometimes been supposed, but whether he is a relative or was not a Bols at all, we do not know. The art of distilling had long been discussed as an alchemists' secret, as part of the apothecary's trade (as in the 1657 Pharmacia galenica & chymica) and later as a scientific pursuit, but practitioners of the commercial distiller's trade generally passed on their knowledge by training apprentices rather than publishing practical handbooks. The present handbook and Pieter van Keulen's similar one of 1696 are among the few examples known.In very good condition and wholly untrimmed. Binding rubbed and chafed. A detailed early practical handbook of distillation, written by an experienced practitioner.

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        Wratislavia

      1657. Altkolorierter Kupferstich, Blatt: 59 x 49 cm, Darstellung: 49 x 36,5 cm. Altkolorierte Vogelschauansicht zeigt Breslau, unten Legende in zwei Kartuschen oben zwei Wappen. Janssonius kopierte die Ansicht nach Braun und Hogenberg aus dem späten 16. Jahrhundert. Die Ansichten von Janssoius sind seltener als Braun-Hogenberg. Kaum fleckig, hinterlegter Riss untenim Rand, insgesamt gut erhalten. Schönes Exemplar mit dekorativem Kolorit. Originally coloured bird's eye view of Wroclaw in Poland from 'The Town Book' by Janssonius. Janssonius copied most of the views for this work after Braun and Hogenberg from the lat 16th cnetury, but Janssonius maps are much more rare. List in the two cartouches below shows 91 most important buildings. Margins slighty stained, repaired tear in the white margin below, otherwise in a good condion. Good impression with highly decorative colouring.

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        Kst.- Karte, b. J. Janssonius, "Insvlae Canariae olim Fortvnatae dictae".

      . altkol.,, 1657, 42 x 52,5. Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Bd 1, 1.408 und S. 714 ( 8970.1); Koeman Me 170; Brockema, Nr. 69. Die Karte ohne Rückseitentext. - Mit 2 altkol. Kartuschen, Windrose und 3 Segelschiffen im Kartenbild. Ostorientierte Karte, die auch Madeira zeigt.

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        AN HISTORY OF THE WONDERFUL THINGS OF NATURE.

      London, John Streeter, 1657.set forth in ten severall classes. Wherein are contained I. The wonders of the heavens. II. Of the elements. III. Of meteors. IV. Of minerals. V. Of plants. VI. Of birds. VII. Of four - footed beasts. VIII. Of insects, and things wanting blood. IX. Of fishes. X. Of man. Written by Johannes Jonstonus. And now rendred into English, by a Person of Quality. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION 1657, 4to, approximately 270 x 180 mm, 10 ½ x 7 inches, title printed in red and black, 16 unnumbered pages including the title page, 1 - 354 plus and advertisement leaf, pagination jumps from page 10 to page 17 but this a printer's error, the catch word runs on and the chapters are correct, our copy collates the same as the copy in ESTC RI444, (guaranteed complete). An Appendix follows the Eighth Classis: Wherein there is contained the observation of Andreas Libavius, a most famous Physitian, concerning SILK - WORMS, a singular History, Anno 1599, at Rotenburgh. Bound in full calf, original covers, rebacked with a new spine and gilt lettered label, new endpapers. Binding rubbed, covers have some scuffs and small repairs to worm damage, corners repaired, shelf wear to edges, heavy unsightly browning to 56 pages, all text legible, (the heavy browning affects the first part of the book) the rest of text has pale age - browning and spotting, an occasional ink splash, small loss to 1 lower corner, neat ink name on endpaper, otherwise an acceptable working copy, good copy only. Some of the sujects covered: Creation of the World; Stars, Planets, Heavens, Sun, Moon, New Stars; Fires in the Waters, Fires under the Earth; Minerall Baths, Navigation in the Sea, Salt of the Sea, Miracles of some Countries, Mountains; Earth - Quakes, Dew Manner and Honey, Rainbow; Loadstone, Jewels found in the Bodies of Living Creatures, Gold, Silver, Emeralds, Topaz; Plants: Tobacco, Vine, Palm - Trees etc; Birds: Eagle, Hawkes, Owls, etc; Animals: Elephants, Horse, Crocodile, Bear, Unicorn, Divers Serpents, Camel, Beaver etc; Silk - Worms, Bees, Spanish Fly, Glo - Worms Locusts, Oysters, Pearls, Scorpions, Tarantula etc; Whale, Pike, Sea - Serpents, Salmon, Sword - Fish etc; Gyants, Pigmies, Monstrous Births, Walkers in the Night, Dreams, the Wonderful Strength and Agility of some People etc. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Dero Kayserlichen Freyen und des Heiligen Römischen Reiches Stadt Lübeck Statuta und Stadtrecht

      Volcken Lübeck 1657. Ldr, sampt angehengter Schiffs- Ober- und Nieder-Gerichtsordnung, 1cm vom Rücken fehlt, sonst schönes Exemplar.

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        Promptuaire armorial et general divise en quatre parties.

      Paris, Gervais Clovzier et Olivier de Varenne,1657-58.. 4 Teile in 1 Band. - 4 parts dans 1 volume. 37x25 cm. Leder d. Zt. mit Rückenvergoldung etwas berieben, Ecken gestaucht, Kapital abgestoßen. - Reliure en cuir avec le titre dore sur le dos. Facilement ecrase et frotte, coins et dos cognes. Gering gebräunt, vereinzelte Feuchtigkeisränder. Es fehlen die S. 29ff. in Teil IV. Abt. 1 (Ordre du S. Esprit) Innendeckel und Vorsätze mit Einträgen. - Facilement bruni, quelques taches d'humidite seule. Il manque les pages 29ff. dans part IV, Abt. 1. (Ordre du S. Esprit). Couvertures et pages de garde avec des inscriptions a main.. Avec 3 (1 plie, 1 double-page) gravures en cuivre et 133 (de 135) grande gravures d'armorial dans le texte. Bernd 1891; Guigard 49. - Tl. 1: Allg. Wappenkunde (Traitte du Blazon); Tl. 2: Wappen des französischen Adels; Tl. 3: Helden u. berühmte Männer aus der französ. Geschichte bis auf Ludwig XIV; Tl. 4 zu den Orden S. Esprit, Toison d'Or, La lartiere u. L'Anonciade. Zum Verfasser, Geograph, Kartograph u. "Enlumineur du Roy" vgl. Pastoureau p. 67. Aus der Bibliothek Nordkirchen. oRR/Waf.

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        Kst.- Karte, J. S(omer). Pruthenus n. Sanson d' Abbeville b. Pierre Mariette, "Les Deux Poles . Arcticque ou Septentrional, et Antarctique ou Meridional .. 1657".

      . dat. 1657, 38,8 x 53,5. Nicht bei Shirley. Mapping of the World; Clancy, Mapping of Terra Australis, page 125/126 and image. - Die Karte zeigt den Nord- und Südpol sowie Teile der Erde bis zu den mittleren Wendekreisen.

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        GA aus der Vogelschau, unten mittig Erklärungen von 1 - 34, "Olisippo. Lisabona".

      . kol. Kupferstich aus Janssonius ( Städtebuch ), 1657, 39,5 x 48,6. Fauser, Nr. 7860. - Oben mittig der Titel, flankiert von 2 Wappen. Prachtvolle Ansicht mit zahr. Schiffen auf der Reede vor der Stadt.

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

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

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        "BAMBERGAE Episcopalis in Franconiae vrbis celeberrimae typus, ad vivum quasi efformatus." Kolorierter Kupferstich nach Petrus Zweidler, aus "Civitates orbis Terrarum", dem Städtebuch von Braun und Hogenberg von 1612. Hier vorliegend in einem Abdruck aus "Germaniae Superioris Civitates", bei Janssonius 1657. 36,6:50,6 cm. - Schön koloriertes Exemplar, mit minimalen, nicht störenden Läsuren im Bug.

      Braun und Hogenberg, Janssonius, 1657. Fauser 1021. - Koeman Ja 13, 11. - Der getreue Stadtplan Peter Zweidlers überliefert das Stadtbild am Ende der mittelalterlichen Entwicklung, vor den tiefgreifenden Veränderungen des 17. und 18. Jahrhunderts..

      [Bookseller: Nürnberger Buch- und Kunstantiquariat]
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        Gesamtansicht (15,5 x 19 cm), daneben Zell/Mosel (15,5 x 24 cm), darunter Ober- und Niedermanderscheid (16 x 43 cm).

      . Altkol. Kupferstich aus Janssonius, Städtebuch, 1657, 32,5 x 43 cm..

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        Gesamtansicht (16 x 41 cm), darunter Münstermaifeld aus der Vogelschau. (21 x 41 cm).

      . Altkol. Kupferstich aus Janssonius, Städtebuch, 1657, 37 x 41 cm..

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        Schöne Gesamtansicht mit 3 Wappen (18 x 43 cm), darunter Boppard (14 x 43 cm).

      . Altkol. Kupferstich aus Janssonius, Städtebuch, 1657, 32 x 43 cm..

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        LIBRO AUREO DEL GRAN EMPERADOR MARCO AURELIO

      . Zustand: Muy Bien Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa blanda. Madrid. 1657. 21x15, 4h+338 folios+6h(tabla). Vineta en la portada y escudo en hoja de dedicatoria. Letras capitulares ornamentales. Enc. en pergamino de la epoca con rotulo en lomera. Papel algo oscurecido, como suele ocurrir en los libros de esta epoca.Contiene los capitulos LVIII y LXXIII" que fueron suprimidos en la de Valladolid. El Relox, no es otra cosa sino un conjunto sobre comentarios sobre lo que debe ser el principe perfecto derivados de la consideracion de la personalidad de Marco Aurelio.Magnifica Obra.

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        Lutetia, vulgari nomine Paris.

      1657 - Amsterdam, Johannes Jansson, 1657. Coloured. 340 x 485mm. Antique 'map-view' of Paris, with the major buildings shown in profile, with little consideration for perspective. Originally published in the 'Civitates Orbis Terrarum', the first series of printed townplans by Braun & Hogenberg in 1572, this example comes from the uncommon 'Townbooks' published by Jansson. There has been no attempt to update the 85-year-old plan, but the three figures dressed in contemporary costume have been removed from the bottom left foreground. KOEMAN: Ja 14.

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