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        Kst.- Karte, v. A. Peyrounin n. N. Sanson b. Mariette, "Royaume de Naples ".

      . um 1660, 40,5 x 58. Pastoureau, Sanson V E. - Oben rechts der Titel. Die Karte zeigt das Königreich Neapel mit Basilicata, Apulien ( Puglia ) und Nordkalabrien.

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        Kst.- Karte, b. Blaeu, "Corsica Insvla".

      . alltkol., 1660, 18 x 23,5. Cervoni, Image de la Corse, Nr. 29 ( Ausgabe 1635 ).-Ostorientierte Karte. Am rechten Rand knapprandig.

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        Relation du Pays de Jansenie , ou il est traitté des singularitez qui s'y trouvent, des Coûtumes, MÅ“urs & Religion de ses Habitans

      Paris: Thierry and Barbin, 1660. Octavo, with a fine large engraved folding bird's-eye-view map; contemporary vellum, endpapers wearing, ms title on spine. First edition: a witty allegorical satire in the form of an imaginary voyage to a Jansenist society, by the Capuchin theologian Zacharie de Lisieux (1591 or 1596-1661). Around 1640 Jansen had controversially attempted to reassert the Augustinian doctrine of original sin and thus the necessity for grace: the Jansenist movement quickly became associated with moral rigour. It was supported by Pascal in his Lettres Provinciales, compelling Innocent X to issue the 1653 bull 'With Occasion' denouncing the movement. Published only seven years later, the Relation du Pays de Jansenie uses some very broad satire to support Pope Innocent's proclamation, denouncing the writings and influence of Jansen as synonymous with libertinage, despair and Calvinism. Thus, the people 'have very hard heads and thick skulls. Some have two hearts, a condition occasionally advanced as an explanation for their notorious insincerity' and their philosophers 'do not recognize the existence of common sense' (Manguel & Guadalupi). Detested by their neighbours, they show a predilection for secrecy, espionage, insincerity and superficiality. It is prefaced by some of the classic devices of the imaginary voyage, including a wonderfully insincere apology for the lack of detail, for which he can hardly be held responsible: he was in a great hurry and, after all, the public really only like short books. Moreover, Zacharie de Lisieux gives crucial importance to the map he reproduces which, he humbly avers, will have more impact than the Almanac, because what it lacks in detail it more than makes up for with panache.

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        Insulae Acores delineante Ludovico teisera

      Amsterdam ca. 1660. Karte zeigt die Inseln der Azoren, altkoloriert, Kupferstich, 38 x 49. Zustand: Wurmlöcher fachmänisch hinterlegt

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        Hassia Superior et Moguntinus Archiepiscopatus. Altkolorierte Kupferstichkarte aus Atlas Major bei J. Blaeu, Amsterdam, um 1660. 42,5 x 53 cm.

      1660. . Koeman II, 2452:2.- Dekorative Karte mit Rheinlauf von Worms bis Köln sowie dem Main ab Würzburg. Mit Meilenzeiger und schöner figürlicher Titelkartusche mit Bacchanten.

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        Kst.- Karte, aus Atlas Major b. Joannes Blaeu, "March. Brandenburgici. Pars quae Marchia media Vulgo Mittel Marck audit".

      . mit altem Grenzkolorit,, um 1660, 39,5 x 52. Mit zwei ausgemalten Kartuschen, rechts unten die Titelkartusche. Oben rechts nicht ausgefülltes Wappen. - Zeigt die Mittelmark mit Berlin im Zentrum.

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        Kst.- Karte, n. O.J. Gotho aus Atlas Major b. Joannes Blaeu, "Marchiomatus Brandenburgici. Partes duae, Ruppin Comitatus & Prignits Regiuncula ".

      . mit Flächenkolorit,, um 1660, 38,5 x 52. Die Titelkartusche ( mit kol. fig. Staffage ) unten links, am oberen Rand 2 nicht ausgefüllte Wappenfelder ( in den Ecken ) und mittig eine weitere Kartusche mit Meilenanzeiger. Zeigt die Prignitz mit der Grafschaft Ruppin. - Tadellos erhalten.

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        Abrégé sur le chapitre singulier des opérations et choses naturelles et contre-nature. Appartenant à Anthoine Paris, escolier en chirurgie, chez Monsieur Jacquot fait à Mons, en la dite maison le (?) septembre 1660

      1660 1660 - In-8. Collation : (308) pp. Vélin. (Reliure de l'époque.). Manuel de médecine manuscrit, par demandes et par réponses, rédigé comme l'indique le titre par un apprenti chirurgien. Le texte pour l'essentiel, semble être repris de Guy de Chauliac avec peut-être des formulations et des additions prises sous la dictée de Jacquot, "maître chirurgien de la ville de Mons en Hainault". Différents traités se succèdent : - Traicté général des appoftemes [apophtegmes], traicté second. Traité général des playes. Traicté général des ulcères. Traicté des fractures en général. Traicté sixième des luxations. Abrégé sur l'ostéologie. . D'une autre écriture du XVIIe, l'autre moitié du volume est occupée par "des divins secrets tant médicinaux que chirurgicaux", rédigé à plusieurs époques. C'est une suite classique de remèdes et de recettes pour soigner toutes les maladies. Exemplaire manipulé, manque à la coiffe.

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        Kst.- Karte, v. F. de Wit, "Nova totius Terraum Orbis tabula auctore F. de Wit".

      . altkol. ( full original Colour ), dat. 1660, 43,5 x 55,5. Koemann Don 2; Shirley, Mapping of the World, Nr. 421 und Abb. Plate 311. Ders. dort "De Wit's map is one of the most decorative standard-size maps of the time and it is much less commonly found, than his three other atlas world maps ..". Schilder Australia unvailed Nr.82; Portinaro- Kirsch, North America, Abb.S. 188; Wagner NW coast, Nr. 385 a. - Eine der wenigen Karten von De Wit mit Datierung, hier in der Erstausgabe, erschienen in Donckers Seeatlas ( 1660 - 1670 ). - Weltkarte in 2 Hemisphären mit Californien als Insel. Am oberen Rand der Titel flankiert von 2 kleinen Himmelskarten im Rund. Am unteren Rand Karten der Pole im Rund sowie Darstellung des kopernischen und ptolemäischen Weltsystems. Außerdem Darstellung der 4 Elemente. - Gerahmt.

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        The Nonsuch Professor in His Meridian Splendor, or the Singular Actions of Sanctified Christians. Laid open in Seaven Sermons at Allhallows Church in the Wall, London. London by M.S. for Thomas Parkhurst 1660 bound with SECKER, William. A Wedding-Ring Fit for the Finger: or, the Salve of Divinity, on the Sore of Humanity. Laid open in a Sermon at a Wedding in Edmonton. London for Thomas Parkhurst 1664 Bound with (ALLESTREE, Richard ) The Gentleman's Calling. London by R.Norton for Timothy Garthwait 1662

      London 1664 1662 1660 - Three works in one volume, 8vo., engraved half title and frontispiece to the last listed item, (28), 434, (6)pp; 32pp ; and (32) , 176pp., good copies nicely bound in contemp, calf, excellent condition. Two scarce Puritan works plus a rare edition of Allestree's "Gentleman's Calling" Wing S2253, S2254, & A1117.

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        NAVIGATIO SALOMONIS OPHIRITICO ILLUSTRATA.

      Witteb(ergae), Impensis Andreae Hartmanni, 1660.FIRST EDITION 1660, Latin text, 12mo, approximately 130 x 70 mm, 5 x 2¾ inches, engraved pictorial title page, showing the Kings Solomon and Hiram and below them a scene of ships before a harbour at Chersonesus Aurea (Malacca o Malay Peninsular), pages: (96), 1 - 826, (2 - Epilogus), final leaf of prelims is blank, contemporary calf, rebacked to style, no lettering or label. Original covers pitted and slightly worn at corners, inner paper hinges neatly repaired, armorial book plate of the Earls of Macclesfield with motto Sapere Aude on front pastedown, small library label with 1860 printed on it on front endpaper, small blind - stamp of the arms to top of title page and following page, fore - edge margin of title page trimmed off, pages browned and foxed throughout, all easily legible, very small piece missing from 2 lower corners, no loss of print. A good tight copy. Martin Lipen (1630 - 1692) was a German teacher and bibliographer. His book which is full of biblical references is chiefly concerned with the history of navigation but he tackles many subjects including Solomon, King of Israel, the location of the mysterious Ophir (Asia, Africa, South America?), gems and precious stones, animals (elephants and ivory, monkeys, peacocks, and parrots, all apparently brought to King Solomon from Ophir). Sabin, Books relating to America, Volume I, 41390. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        "Rendsburgum, Chilonium et Bordesholma, sive Holsatia Propria".

      . Altkol. Kupferstich nach Christian Rothgiesser bei J. Mejer, um 1660, 41 x 62 cm.. Karte des Gebietes zwischen Rendsburg und Kiel, im Süden bis Bad Segeberg reichend. Mit drei altkolorierten Kartuschen und einer Nebenkarte mit dem Grundriß von Rendsburg. - Schönes Altkolorit. Gerahmt.

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        A COMPENDIOUS HISTORY OF THE TURKS: containing an exact account of the originall of that people; the rise of the Othoman family; and the valiant undertakings of the Christians against them: with their various events.

      London John Streater 1660 - FIRST EDITION 1660, small thick 8vo, approximately 175 x 115 mm, 6¾ x 4½ inches, pages: [4], 624, 621-876, 867-882, 893-1148, 1147-1290, 1287-1446, 1433-1434, [14], pagination a little erratic, collated and guaranteed complete, bound in full contemporary calf, blind rules to covers, raised bands and gilt rules to spine, gilt lettered morocco label, all edges red. Head and tail of spine slightly worn, remains of small old number label at head, a little cracking at tail, hinges rubbed and upper hinge just starting to crack at tail, front and rear pastedowns missing, ink blot (30 mm, 1¼") to lower inner corner of title page obscuring part of 'Andrew' and 'printed', neat paper strengthening to that corner, 2 small ink names on title page, 1 dated 1663, 2 small top corners missing with slight loss to page numbers, one or two dark spots or small pale stains, no loss of legibility. A very good tight clean copy of a rare book. The author, describing the Turks as "this barbarous nation, the world's present terror" begins his work with an account of their history before the rise of the Ottoman family. The lives of the Ottoman kings and emperors begins on page 118 at the beginning of the 14th century, with the life of King Othoman the founder of the Empire and ends with that of Achmat II, 13th emperor of the Turks in the mid 17th century. Atabey, Volume II, 833. Not in Blackmer. Sotheby's Catalogue, 3 volumes, The Ottoman World, number 826. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Relation du Pays de Jansenie , ou il est traitté des singularitez qui s'y trouvent, des Coûtumes, M?urs & Religion de ses Habitans

      Thierry and Barbin, Paris 1660 - Octavo, with a fine large engraved folding bird's-eye-view map; contemporary vellum, endpapers wearing, ms title on spine. First edition: a witty allegorical satire in the form of an imaginary voyage to a Jansenist society, by the Capuchin theologian Zacharie de Lisieux (1591 or 1596-1661). Around 1640 Jansen had controversially attempted to reassert the Augustinian doctrine of original sin and thus the necessity for grace: the Jansenist movement quickly became associated with moral rigour. It was supported by Pascal in his Lettres Provinciales, compelling Innocent X to issue the 1653 bull 'With Occasion' denouncing the movement. Published only seven years later, the Relation du Pays de Jansenie uses some very broad satire to support Pope Innocent's proclamation, denouncing the writings and influence of Jansen as synonymous with libertinage, despair and Calvinism. Thus, the people 'have very hard heads and thick skulls. Some have two hearts, a condition occasionally advanced as an explanation for their notorious insincerity' and their philosophers 'do not recognize the existence of common sense' (Manguel & Guadalupi). Detested by their neighbours, they show a predilection for secrecy, espionage, insincerity and superficiality. It is prefaced by some of the classic devices of the imaginary voyage, including a wonderfully insincere apology for the lack of detail, for which he can hardly be held responsible: he was in a great hurry and, after all, the public really only like short books. Moreover, Zacharie de Lisieux gives crucial importance to the map he reproduces which, he humbly avers, will have more impact than the Almanac, because what it lacks in detail it more than makes up for with panache. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Regum Pariumque Magnae Britanniae Historia Genealogica. QVA Veterum Juxta Ac Recentium in illa Familiarum. Origines, Stemmata, & Res Memorabiliores, Ordine ad novissimum Angliae statum aptato, recensentur atque explicantur, additis Aeneis Insignium Tabulis et Indice Necessario Studio ac opera Jacobi Wilhelm Im-Hoff

      . Endter, Nürnberg, 1660. 7 Bl., 234 Seiten, 3 Bl. Mit 1 Titelkupferstich, 4 in Kupfer gestochenen Tafeln mit 144 Wappen, Textvignetten und zahlr. Gestochenen, verzierten Initialien, sowie 137 Ahnentafeln. Original Halbpergament, Quart. - Titelkupfer von Joh. Jacob Sandrart - mit einem in Kupfer gestochenen monogr. ExLibris -

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        Præfecturæ Tonderanæ ora maritima.

      *** Kobberstukket kort over de til Tønder Amt hørende Marskegne. I øverste venstre hjørne den imponerende titelkartouche og en tilegnelse fra Johannes Mejer til Hans Blohm. Kobberstiksarbejdet er udført af guldsmedebrødrene Matthias og Nicolai Petersen fra Husum. Kortet er udgivet af Johannes Blaeu i Amsterdam ca. 1660. Kortet måler 39 x 48 cm. Gammel - formentlig samtidig - konturkolorering. Bagsidetekst på fransk. Papirmål : 51 x 61 cm. Papiret er med vertikal midterfold som ved udgivelsen.- Et godt eksemplar.. Johannes Mejer (1606-1674), kartograf fra Husum i Slesvig.I perioden 1638 til 1648 opmålte han Slesvig og Holsten. En række af disse kort blev gengivet i bogen "Newe Landesbeschreibung der zwey Herzogthümer Sleswich und Holstein" med tekst af Caspar Danckwerth. Kortene var i sort / hvid og en kolorering vil derfor være senere. Oplagets størrelse kendes ikke, men der er vidnesbyrd om, at udover de aftalte eksemplarer blev der - uden Mejers godkendelse - fremstillet ialt ca. 21000 enkelttryk af hans kort.I 1656 erhvervede Johannes Blaeu i Amsterdam kobberpladerne, og han anvendte dem nogle år senere i sine store Atlasudgivelser på latin, fransk, hollandsk, tysk og spansk. I Blaeus udgaver har Johannes Mejers kort fået en titel på latin (i stedet for tysk) samt tekst på bagsiden - og de fleste eksemplarer er koloreret i samtiden.Johannes Mejers kort over Slesvig og Holsten fik en lang levetid: Frem til omkring år 1800 var de grundlaget for alle andre kort over Hertugdømmerne

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        Liber primus (et secundus) de catarrhis. 2 Teile in 1 Band.

      Wittenberg, Michael Wendt und Hacke für Mevius und Schumachers Erben, 1660. Format: 4°.. [32], 257, [7]; [20], 464, [12] Bl.. Mit kleinem Textholzschnitt und Holzschnitt-Titelvignette auf dem Titel des 2. Teils.. Pergament der Zeit mit Rückenschild etwas fleckig und leicht angeschmutzt.. 2 Teile in 1 Band. Erste Ausgabe. Höchst seltene erste Ausgabe des Hauptwerks des Mediziners*** Erste Ausgabe der ersten beiden Teile des Hauptwerks von den Schleimflüssen oder Katarrhen, mit dem Schneider die damalige Forschung revolutioniert, indem er die Schleimhäute in der Nase entdeckte, die noch heute als Membrana Schneideria bekannt sind. Der deutsche Mediziner Conrad Viktor Schneider (1614-1680) wurde in Bitterfeld geboren, studierte in Wittenberg und wurde 1636 Professor der Medizin an der Universität Jena. Im Jahre 1638 ging er wieder nach Wittenberg und übernahm dort am 23. Juni 1640 die Professur der Anatomie und Botanik. "Das unbestrittene gewaltige Verdienst dieser literarischen That liegt darin, dass Schneider mit anatomischen, physiologischen und pathologischen Hilfsmitteln den alten und tiefgewurzelte Irrthum für immer widerlegte, dass der von der Nase ausgesonderte Schleim ein unmittelbares Erzeugnis des Hirns sei. Die Bezeichnung Schneidersche Membran, welche die Lehrbücher bis auf unsere Zeit beibehalten haben, fordert die Nachwelt zur dankbaren Erinnerung an diesen gelehrten Forscher auf" (Hirsch-Hübotter).Dem Werk ließ Schneider dann noch weitere vier Teile folgen, in denen er seine fundamentalen Thesen untermauerte. Die vorliegenden ersten beiden sind jedoch die wichtigsten und von außergewöhnlicher Seltenheit. Selbst viele der einschlägigen Medizin-Bibliographen (Waller, Cholant etc.) verzeichnen die erste Ausgabe nicht, sondern nur spätere Folgeauflagen des beliebten und oftmals gedruckten Werkes Nur ganz unwesentliche Gebrauchsspuren, kaum gebräunt, insgesamt sehr schönes, wohlerhaltenes, fest und tadellos gebundenes Exemplar in zeitgenössischem Pergament mit spanischen Kanten. Haesr II, 301. Hirsch-Hübotter V, 107f. Vgl. Waller 8655 und Garrison-Morton 3245 (beide nur spätere Auflagen).

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        NAVIGATIO SALOMONIS OPHIRITICO ILLUSTRATA

      Witteb(ergae), Impensis Andreae Hartmanni, 1660.. Witteb(ergae), Impensis Andreae Hartmanni, 1660.. FIRST EDITION 1660, Latin text, 12mo, approximately 130 x 70 mm, 5 x 2¾ inches, engraved pictorial title page, showing the Kings Solomon and Hiram and below them a scene of ships before a harbour at Chersonesus Aurea (Malacca o Malay Peninsular), pages: (96), 1-826, (2 - Epilogus), final leaf of prelims is blank, contemporary calf, rebacked to style, no lettering or label. Original covers pitted and slightly worn at corners, inner paper hinges neatly repaired, armorial book plate of the Earls of Macclesfield with motto Sapere Aude on front pastedown, small library label with 1860 printed on it on front endpaper, small blind-stamp of the arms to top of title page and following page, fore-edge margin of title page trimmed off, pages browned and foxed throughout, all easily legible, very small piece missing from 2 lower corners, no loss of print. A good tight copy. Martin Lipen (1630 - 1692) was a German teacher and bibliographer. His book which is full of biblical references is chiefly concerned with the history of navigation but he tackles many subjects including Solomon, King of Israel, the location of the mysterious Ophir (Asia, Africa, South America?), gems and precious stones, animals (elephants and ivory, monkeys, peacocks, and parrots, all apparently brought to King Solomon from Ophir). Sabin, Books relating to America, Volume I, 41390. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        HISTORIA DE LAS GUERRAS CIVILES DE GRANADA

      Carlos de Sercy, Paris 1660 - Libro capital de Ginés de Hita. "Historia de los vandos de los zegris y abencerrages, Cavalleros Moros de Granada." Portada + 686 págs. 18,5 x 11,5 cm. Editado en París, contiene impresa en los márgenes una traducción al francés de numerosos términos y expresiones. La estructura de la encuadernación se ha conservado íntegramente - costura, nervios, cabezadas, cartones - pero se ha cubierto de una piel nueva por haberse perdido por completo el lomo original. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Il Regno di Candia

      Venedig ca. 1660. Karte zeigt die Insel Kreta mit prachtvollen Darstellungen von Seeungeheuern und Schiffen. Sie basiert auf der Karte von Kreta von Basilicata. Ein Original der Basilicata Wandkarte hängt in der Nationlabibliothek in Paris., Sehr selten, altkoloriert, Kupferstich, 33 x 82. Zustand: Wurmlöcher fachmänisch hinterlegt

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        Tractatus de X . Circulis Imperii Romano-Germanici, Oder Von den Zehen deß H. Römischen Teutschen Reichs Kraißen.

      Ulm, Wildeysen, 1660.. Kupfertitel, 15 Bl., 32 + 942 Seiten, 39 Bl. Lederband der Zeit (etwas berieben).. *Erste Ausgabe. Enthält ein umfangreiches Ortslexikon der 10 Kreise des Deutschen Reichs, die Ortschaften je mit kurzer Beschreibung. der Ortschaft, der Sehenswürdigkeiten und bedeutenden Bauten in deutscher Sprache. Es gab bis 1696 insgesamt 4 Auflagen, vorliegend die erste Ausgabe - VD17 3:003181L. - Titelblatt mit kleinem Ausschnitt am Seitenrand (ca. 1,5 x 2,5 cm) und aufgezogen. Einband am Rückendeckel mit Wurmspur unten und geringfügig an den Ecken. Oberes Kaital bestoßen und mit kleiner Fehlstelle. Insgesamt noch ordentliches Exemplar, Text sauber..

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        THE INRICHMENT OF THE WEALD OF KENT or A Direction the the Husbandman, for the true Ordering, Manuring, and Inriching of all the Grounds within the Wealds of Kent, and Sussex .. By G.M. [Bound With] MARKHAM'S FAREWELL TO HUSBANDRY: or, The Enriching of all Sorts of Barren and Sterile Grounds in our Nation, to be as fruitfull in all manner of Graine, Pulse and Grasses, as the best grounds whatsoever .. By G.M

      London: Printed by W.Wilson for George Sawbridge, 1660. London: Printed by W.Wilson for George Sawbridge, 1660. Hardcover. Very Good. Floral headpieces & historiated intial coloured read + 2nd work with added text illustrations as well as the above decorations. Two Works in One small quarto 183x140mm rebound in full brown levant on 4 raised bands with 2 black spine labels gilt and gilt date to foot of spine. Newer edpapers, small bookplate of Alan John Jarvis, [iv]+20pp; [vi]+126+[4]pp Table. Long ownership inscription on back of titlepage (John Thomas 1751) with name repeated at end of 1st work, John Davies on back of 2nd titlepage with a few ink notes by both owners in margins of later pages. Paper browned throughout, edges frayed and cropped at top at end of book.

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        Lothringen / Lorraine / Saarland / Luxemburg.

      . Flächen- und detailkolorierter Kupferstich von Allard, Amsterdam, um 1660, 47x56 cm *Dekorative Karte mit schöner, kolorierter Kartusche, die noch nach Westen ausgerichtet ist..

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        Rendsburgum, Chilonium et Bordesholma. Kolorierter Kupferstich von J. Mejer bei Blaeu. Amsterdam, um 1660. 41 x 62 cm.

      1660. . Dekorative Karte der Ämter Rendsburg, Kiel und Bordesholm mit drei ornamentalen bzw. figürlichen Kartuschen sowie einem Grundriß der Stadt Rendsburg.- Mit 1 kleinen, knapp in die Darstellung reichenden Randeinriss.

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        Privilegium nobilitatis senatus Rigensis.

      (Stockholm, 1660).. Mit einem Textholzschnitt. 6 Bll. HLdr. um 1870 mit neuerem Deckelschild. 4°.. Bibliotheca Livoniae 5286; Deutsch-Lateinische Parallelausgabe. - Festschreibung der Rechte des Adelstandes und des Senats von Riga durch den schwedischen König Karl VI., unterzeichnet von der Regentin Hedwig Eleonore. - Der Textholzschnitt zeigt das Rigaer Stadtwappen mit der schwedischen Krone. - Titel mit Besitzeintrag von Johann Christoph Berens (1729-1792), Patrizier, Kaufmann und Ratsherr in Riga. Bekannt wurde er in der deutschen Literaturgeschichte durch seine Freundschaften mit Johann Georg Hamann und Johann Gottfried Herder sowie als Gründer des Berensschen Kreises, der in Riga die Aufklärung förderte. - Mit einigen Unterstreichungen (aus der Zeit der Bindung).

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        Englands Black Tribunall : Set Forth in the Triall OF K. CHARLES, I. at the Pretended Court of Justice at Westminster Hall, Jan, 22, Together with His Majesties Speech, Immediately Before he Was Murdred on a Scaffold. 1660 FIRST EDITION. Full Leather

      J. Playford 1660 - Englands Black Tribunall : Set Forth in the Triall OF K. CHARLES, I. at the Pretended Court of Justice at Westminster Hall, Jan, 22, Together with His Majesties Speech, Immediately Before he Was Murdred on a Scaffold Erected at Whitehall-Gate, Tuesday, Jan, 30, 1648. ALSO the severall Dying Speeches of the Nobility and Gentry, as were inhumanely put to death for their loyalty to their Sovereign Lord the King from 1642 to 1658. EARL OF STRAFFORD; ARCH-BISHOP OF CANTERBURY; DUKE HAMILTON; EARL OF HOLLAND; LORD CAPELL; EARL OF DARBY; SIR ALEX. CAREW; ETC.(14 OTHER NAMES). PAGES: Frontis Portrait, Title-Page, ii (to the reader), ii (contents), 1-78 (Part one); 79-232 (the DYING SPEECHES) Including a second Title-Page: the second Part: set forth in the dying speeches of such nobility and gentry. ALSO DATED: 1660. a number of mispaginations but text collated and guaranteed complete. BINDING: Contemporary full leather. CONDITION: Covers worn, spine scuffed and with some loss, inner hinges cracked (front cover just holding); the first page of: To the Reader- has 1cm cut out from the top (but the Text is complete), the Armorial Bookplate of: Tho. Lloyd of Aston Com:SALOP Esqr. pasted to the inside of front cover which does not have a pastedown; occasional light staining and a few tears BUT WITHOUT LOSS. A VERY RARE BOOK. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Catholick Unity: or the Only Way to Bring Us all to be of One Religion

      London: Thomas Underilll & Francis Tyton, 1660. Thomas Underilll & Francis Tyton, London, 1660. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather) . Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Later binding in full leather, little scuffed. St. Ninian's library book plate. Neat repair to edge of title page, some light marginal pencilling inside. Size: 24mo 5" - 6" tall. 379 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 16oz. Category: Antiquarian; Renaissance 16thc to 17thc; Religion & Theology. Inventory No: 6527. .

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        Di Bologna, l'Arti per Via d'Anibal Caraci. Disegnate, intagliate, et offerte al grande, et alto Nettuno Gigante, Sig.re della Piazza di Bologna da Gioseppe M.a Mitelli.

      Gio. Iacomo Rossi le stampa in Roma alla Pace, 1660. - In folio, pergamena coeva, tit. impresso in oro al dorso, tagli rossi. Frontespizio inciso, con titolo impr. in stampatello, seguito dalla dedica in caratteri corsivi e da una veduta della città, non numerato sulla lastra, ma compreso nella numerazione delle tavole, che sono in tutto 41. Terza tiratura dell'opera, con indicazione al frontespizio "Gio. Iacomo Rossi le stampa in Roma alla Pace cun Privil.". Bertarelli, 249, cita la seconda tiratura prendendo la notizia della sua esistenza da Bartsch (che la descrive priva dell'indicazione "cun Privil." e con diversa disposizione delle tavole) non avendola potuta vedere. Qq. lieve rifioritura marginale e lieve brunitura uniforme. Bell'esemplare, con buoni margini e nitida impressione dei rami.

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        Ducatus Silesiae Grotganus cum Disctrictu Episcopali Nissensi. Kolor. Kupferstichkarte von J. Scultetus bei J. Blaeu. Amsterdam, um 1660. 38,5 x 52 cm.

      1660. . Dekorative Karten mit zwei figuralen Kartuschen (Putten mit Armillarsphäre sowie Flachsverarbeitung).

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        Northbrabant,anno 1660, Janssonius, anno 1660, Quarta pars

      Northbrabant, ,1660. Northbrabant,anno 1660, Janssonius, anno 1660, Quarta pars Coppermap, edited by Janssonius, anno 1660, "QVARTA PARS BRABANTIAE cujus caput SYLVADVCIS..." size of the leaf: 49 x 58 cm.. Printed on thick paper, wide margins, restored crack in the image (6 x 2 cm.), please look to the pictures..

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        Territorio di Vicenza

      1660 ca., Vicenza 1660 - Carta geografica della provincia di Vicenza in bella coloritura coeva mm 415x495

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        "Ducatus Silesiae Ligniciensis".

      . Altkol. Kupferstich von Blaeu nach Scultetus, um 1660, 42 x 52,5 cm.. Gesamtkarte des Herzogtums mit großer Titelkartusche links oben, Wappenkartusche rechts oben sowie Meilenzeiger mit jagdlicher Kartusche. Gerahmt.

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        Kst.- Karte, b. C. de Jonge, "Tabula Germaniae emendata recens per Clemens de Jonge".

      . mit altem Grenzkolorit,, um 1660, 48 x 55,5. Seltene Karte (!). Zu Clemens de Jonge gibt es wenig Litereatur. Vergleiche aber Koemann II, S. 213. - Oben links die altkol. Titelkartusche mit Portrait, unten links Meilenanzeiger. Die Karte zeigt Deutschland mit den angrenzenden Ländern. Vorliegend ohne Rückseitentext.

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        Ductor dubitantium or the rule of conscience in all her generall measures; serving as a great instrument for the determination of cases of conscience in four books (small folio)

      - Richard Royston 1660 xl 559/558pp brown leather binding with raised bands on spine, crease down spine, corners bumped, binding worn, loss on corner, lacks frontispiece & part of title page missing, front hinge exposed, endpapers marked, page edges discolo [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        S. Imperii Romano Germanici. Teutschland Zu bequemen Gebrauch in 32 Geographische Tabellen Vorgestelt.

      . Augsburg: H.Z. Bodenehr c. 1660. With engraved title, map, scale plate and 32 mapsheets, partly handcoloured. 8vo. Contp. worn full leather with paperlabel. * Phillips 3033..

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        Tenenda non Tollenda, or the Necessity of Preserving Tenures in

      , 1660. 1660. Fear of a Standing Army Philipps, Fabian [1601-1690]. Tenenda non Tollenda, Or the Necessity of Preserving Tenures in Capite and by Knight-Service, Which According to Their First Institution Were, and are Yet, a Great Part of the Salus Populi, and the Safety and Defense of the King, as Well as of His People. Together with a Prospect of the Very Many Mischiefs and Inconveniences, Which by the Taking Away or Altering of Those Tenures, Will Inevitably Happen to the King and His Kingdomes. London: Printed by Thomas Leach, 1660. [xiv], 276 pp. Quarto (7-1/4" x 5-1/4"). Later three quarter calf over marbled boards, raised bands, gilt title and gilt ornaments to spine, speckled edges, endpapers renewed. Negligible light rubbing to extremities, a bit of worming to front board and rear pastedown, front hinge cracked, rear hinge starting. Title printed within woodcut typographical border. Light toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, offsetting to margins of title page and final text leaf. A few cross-outs and corrections in a small early hand, interior otherwise clean. * An important book according to Holdsworth, Tenenda non Tollenda was written to protest the recent abolition of military tenures, a system through which the crown granted lands in exchange for military services, either personal or through the provision of troops. He feared this would eventually lead to the creation of a standing army, a potential tool of royal oppression. On a broader level the abolition of military tenure eliminated a legal bond that balanced the interests of the monarchy and large landholders. A thoroughly argued thesis, it is supported by 72 points. Holdsworth, A History of English Law VI:610. English Short-Title Catalogue R16070.

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        CATOPTRUM MICROCOSMICUM, SUIS AERE INCISIS VISIONIBUS SPLENDENS, CUM HISTORIA, & PINACE, DE NOVO PRODIT

      FRANCOFURTI AD MOENUM, SUMPTIBUS AC TYPIS HEREDUM ANTONIJ HUMMEN, ANNO 1660ITALIANO Legatura tardo settecentesca in cartoncino, tracce di ceralacca al piatto anteriore; 3 ex - libris, di cui 2 Piergiorgio Borio, oltre ad un timbro di possesso privato al contropiatto anteriore. 25 pp. (mal numerate a 27) (compreso antiporta figurato), [1]. 3 tavole incise con ribaltine. Le tre "visiones" sono inserite a p.9, 15 e 21 ed hanno più di 100 ribaltine. In questa edizione non compaiono ancora né il ritratto, né una quarta tavola con le vene dal Valverde, che è stata aggiunta nelle edizioni più tarde. Tra il frontespizio e la prima carta è inserito un editto del Consiglio della Suprema Regia e Curia del Ducato di Slesia datato 1694 mese di ottobre. Si tratta di una riedizione della II edizione del 1619 del celeberrimo Catoptrum. Esistono due edizioni latine del 1660 (Ulm, Johannis Görling; Francoforte, Hummen). Le tre tavole senza testo furono pubblicate già nel 1613 all'insaputa dell'autore da alcuni amici di Remmelin, ai quali lui aveva mostrato il manoscritto. Le tavole sono state incise dal famoso Lucas Kilian (1579 - 1637), sui disegni di Remmelin, e stampate da Stephan Michelspacher. Il frontespizio, ricco di figure allegoriche e strumenti medici, non è firmato. Si tratta del primo atlante anatomico che utilizza il metodo delle tavole "sezionate" per dimostrare l'anatomia del corpo umano. Questa idea l'avevano già avuta Vesalio nella sua Epitome, Bartisch nel suo Auegendienst, ma il metodo raggiunse l'apogeo con Remmelin. Il lavoro divenne molto popolare; fu tradotto in tedesco, francese, inglese, ed olandese, e fu pubblicato ed imitato in numerose edizioni con vari titoli. La prima tavola ritrae un uomo e una donna circondati da diversi organi, tutti con le ribaltine; la seconda raffigura gli organi interni dell'uomo, mentre la terza quelli della donna. I dettagli, per essere ritagliati, furono stampati su tavole separate. Al magnifico frontespizio figurato tracce di sporco, angolo inferiore esterno con strappo ricucito e con piccola integrazione da restauro all'angolino. Il foglio di editto di misure inferiori. Le p.7 - 8 con la parte extrafoglio ripiegata. Qualche piccolo strappetto alle tre tavole illustrate. Mancanza delle carte di sguardia. Nel complesso buon esemplare.

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        The Ancient Method and Manner of Holdin Parliaments in England, being the Collections of Henry Elsynge Esq

      London: Daniel Pakeman, 1660. London: Daniel Pakeman, 1660 Henry Elsynge was Clerk to the House of Commons from 1632 to 1648; he died in 1654. pp [14] + 237. Internally very good subject to moderate browning, owners coat of arms (believed to be early 19th cent) on inside front cover, water staining on blank following fep, slight worming to title page and next few leaves (little impact to text), textblock firm but join with front board a little strained.The binding,which is old, perhaps contemporary,is somewhat worn but sound, recent label. Full-Leather. Good. 24mo - over 5" - 5¾" tall.

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        Lexicon tetraglotton, an English-French-Italian-Spanish dictionary : whereunto is adjoined a large nomenclature of the proper terms (in all the fowr) belonging to several arts and sciences, to recreations, to professions both liberal and mechanick, &c., divided to fiftie two sections : with another volume of the choicest Proverbs in all the sayed toungs, (consisting of divers compleat tomes) and the English translated into the other three ... : more over, there are sundry familiar letters and verses running all in proverbs, with a particular tome of the Brittish or old Cambrian sayed sawes and adages, which the author thought fit to annex hereunto ... : lastly, there are five centuries of new sayings which, in tract of time, may serve for proverbs to posterity / by the labours and lucubrations of James Howell.

      . London, Printed by J.G. for Samuel Thomson at the Bishop head in St. Pauls church-yard., 1660. Ca. 800 Seiten (nicht paginiert!). Leder der Zeit mit vergoldetem Rückentitel.. James Howell (1594 -1666) was a 17th-century Anglo-Welsh historian and writer who is in many ways a representative figure of his age. His "Lexicon Tetragloton" was not a dictionary in four languages, as its name would suggest, but in six; a dictionary of Latin vernacular (Romance language) proverbs. It is a highly respected work in the Portuguese and Spanish languages as well, quite apart from his native Welsh. Das Frontispiz fehlt! Ca. 25 Seiten mit Feuchtigkeitsfleck untere Ecke, Einband mit Gebrauchs- und Alterungsspuren, jedoch insg. noch recht gut erhalten.

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        The History of the English and Scotch Presbytery Wherein is Discovered Their Designs and Practicies

      Printed in Villa Franca ,Anno Dom. 1660. 8 vo, The second edition corrected and enlarged. Full contemporary mottled calf, raisedbands to spine blind stamped in compartments ,gilt emblem to upper cover, new endpapers.Engraved frontis,Title, Preface (2) Prelims (Manifesto Etc)(37)Contents (3) 240 pages.Text a little browned and spotted in parts otherwise a good clean tight text. (Wing 1586). 2nd. Full Mottled Calf. V.Good/No d/wrapper. 6 3/4 x 4 1/4". Theology.

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        Hundert hohe / heilige / Keyserliche/ Königliche und Fürstliche Frawen. Das Ist: Leben und Tugend hundert auß Keyserlichen, Königlichen und Fürstlichen hohen Geschlechtern, (deren Herkommen, Auffnemmung und Wolverhaltung mit schönen und in unser Teutschen Spraach zuvor nicht verzeichneten Historien beschriben wird) gebornen Frawen, welche in dem anderm und dritten Orden S. Francisci recht und heilig gelebtrene

      Ynsprugg (Insbruck), Michael Wagner 1660.. 8°. 8 Bll., 747 S.,10 Bll. Geprägtes Schweinsleder d. Zt. - Schließen, bzw. Schließbänder fehlen! Alter Stempel auf Titel..

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        Pascaert vant Noord lyckste deel vant Liet van Bergen. Gewestete kolor. Kupferstich-Seekarte von T. Jakobs. (Um 1660). 30,5 x 38 cm.

      1660. . Kleine Titelkartusche oben mittig, 2 kleine Kompassrosen im unteren Viertel.- Zeigt die Küste Norwegens.

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        Pantometrum Kircherianum, hoc est instrumentum geometricum novum a... A. Kirchero ante hac inventum, nunc decem libris, universam paene practicam geometriam complectentibus explicatum, perspicuisque demonstrationibus illustratum.

      Würzburg, Hertz, 1660.. (21,5 x 16 cm). (24) 408 (20) S. Mit gestochenem Titel und 32 (1 gefalteten) Kupfertafeln. Moderner Halbpergamentband im Stil der Zeit.. Erste Ausgabe. - Ausführliche Darstellung des von A. Kircher erfundenen und von Schott weiterentwickelten Instruments, eines "Allesmessers", mit dem man Entfernungen, Höhen und Tiefen im Gelände bestimmen kann. Schott gibt neben einer Anleitung zum Bau des Instruments auch ausführliche Anweisungen zu dessen Handhabung. Beachtenswert ist am Ende des vorliegenden Werkes die Einführung in den Gebrauch des Proportionalzirkels, verbunden mit einer Bauanweisung. Die Tafeln zeigen neben dem Instrument geometrische Figuren und geodätische Operationen. - Durchgehend gebräunt bzw. braunfleckig. Der gestochene Titel an den Ecken abgegriffen (mit geringem Bildverlust) und mit Japan hinterlegt. Das letzte Blatt aufgezogen, sonst gut erhalten. - VD17 12:178981A; Dünnhaupt 3815, 5.1; Poggendorff I, 1259; de Backer-S. IV, 1058, 17; Sotheran, Suppl. II, 2411

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        Kst.- Karte, n. Sanson b. Mariette, "Ubii vbi antea Sunici. - Partie du Dioevese, et Archevche de Cologne. Duche de Iuliers".

      . dat. 1660, 43,5 x 51,5. Pastereau, Sanson VI, 103. - 1. Ausgabe. Oben rechts die Titelkartusche. Zeigt den nordwestl. Teil des Bistums Köln. Gebiet: Roermont, Neuss, Linz/Rh., Aachen. Mittig Jülich.

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        Gesamtans., "Cölln".

      . Kupferstich ( m. Barockbordüre ) n. P. Schut b. N. Visscher, um 1660, 21 x 27,2. Sehr seltene Ansicht von Köln. - Fauser 6698 ( kennt nur der 3. Zustand mit der Paginierung 17). - Ausführlich zu Herkunft, Entstehung und Datierung äußert sich Josef H. Biller in der Zeitschrift "Speculum Orbis", 4. Jahrgang, 1993. Laut Biller gibt es von diesem Blatt 3 Zustände. Hier liegt das Blatt im 1. Zustand vor, das heißt vor aller Paginierung.

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        A COMPENDIOUS HISTORY OF THE TURKS: containing an exact account of the originall of that people; the rise of the Othoman family; and the valiant undertakings of the Christians against them: with their various events

      London, John Streater, 1660.. London, John Streater, 1660.. FIRST EDITION 1660, small thick 8vo, approximately 175 x 115 mm, 6¾ x 4½ inches, pages: [4], 624, 621-876, 867-882, 893-1148, 1147-1290, 1287-1446, 1433-1434, [14], pagination a little erratic, collated and guaranteed complete, bound in full contemporary calf, blind rules to covers, raised bands and gilt rules to spine, gilt lettered morocco label, all edges red. Head and tail of spine slightly worn, remains of small old number label at head, a little cracking at tail, hinges rubbed and upper hinge just starting to crack at tail, front and rear pastedowns missing, ink blot (30 mm, 1¼") to lower inner corner of title page obscuring part of 'Andrew' and 'printed', neat paper strengthening to that corner, 2 small ink names on title page, 1 dated 1663, 2 small top corners missing with slight loss to page numbers, one or two dark spots or small pale stains, no loss of legibility. A very good tight clean copy of a rare book. The author, describing the Turks as "this barbarous nation, the world's present terror" begins his work with an account of their history before the rise of the Ottoman family. The lives of the Ottoman kings and emperors begins on page 118 at the beginning of the 14th century, with the life of King Othoman the founder of the Empire and ends with that of Achmat II, 13th emperor of the Turks in the mid 17th century. Atabey, Volume II, 833. Not in Blackmer. Sotheby's Catalogue, 3 volumes, The Ottoman World, number 826. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Privilegium nobilitatis senatus Rigensis

      (Stockholm, 1660).. (Stockholm, 1660).. Mit einem Textholzschnitt. 6 Bll. HLdr. um 1870 mit neuerem Deckelschild. 4°. Bibliotheca Livoniae 5286; Deutsch-Lateinische Parallelausgabe. - Festschreibung der Rechte des Adelstandes und des Senats von Riga durch den schwedischen König Karl VI., unterzeichnet von der Regentin Hedwig Eleonore. - Der Textholzschnitt zeigt das Rigaer Stadtwappen mit der schwedischen Krone. - Titel mit Besitzeintrag von Johann Christoph Berens (1729-1792), Patrizier, Kaufmann und Ratsherr in Riga. Bekannt wurde er in der deutschen Literaturgeschichte durch seine Freundschaften mit Johann Georg Hamann und Johann Gottfried Herder sowie als Gründer des Berensschen Kreises, der in Riga die Aufklärung förderte. - Mit einigen Unterstreichungen (aus der Zeit der Bindung).

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