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2013-06-08 09:22:31
NICOLAI Agostino
Bella ril. in pergamena probabilmente coeva, titolo manoscritto al dorso, tagli schizzati in rosso, cm 16x10, pp 416 numer. al recto, cc. 11 non numer. BM, XVII sec. Prima edizione. Libri Italiani, 613; Libr. Vinciana, 896. Timbretto alla prima carta bianca. Ottimo esemplare.
Bookseller: Editoriale Umbra
2013-06-06 21:56:00
Canepari Pietro Maria
Londini, Impensis Jo. Martin, Ja. Alestry, Tho. Dicas..., 1660. 1660 In-4° antico (184x141mm), pp. (16), 568, legatura coeva in piena pelle maculata con incroci di filetti a secco ai piatti e dorso a 4 nervi con titolo in oro su tassello posteriore in marocchino rosso, fregi e filetti dorati entro scomparti. Tagli rossi a spruzzo, testatine e iniziali ornate su legno. Sonetto prefatorio indirizzato all'autore da Antonio Venzato e due epigrammi latini, rispettivamente di Attilio Parisi e di Francesco Rodiseo. Elenco degli autori citati ed elenco delle descrizioni. Bell'ex-libris al contropiatto dei Conti di Macclesfield. Al frontespizio, con titolo entro doppia filettatura a stampa, è apposto l'antico timbro a secco della medesima famiglia nobile, replicante fedelmente il blasone dell'ex-libris. Ottima copia con piccoli restauri alle cerniere e alle cuffie e bruniture e fioriture di lieve entità. Riedizione (l'originale è di Venezia, 1619), la prima impressa in Inghilterra, di una delle prime sistematiche trattazioni sugli inchiostri e sulla loro composizione, preparazione ed utilizzo. Wing, C-425 A. Partington, II, pp. 94-95. Ferguson, Glasgow, I, 135. Ferguson, Secrets, Sl, 34. Ferguson, Bibliotheca Chemica, 138-139 (con altri riferimenti per bibliografie di data più alta). Caillet, 1991. Bonacini, 315. Duveen, p. 115. Thorndike, VII, pp. 250-252. Wellcome, II, p. 295. Edelstein, 176. Brunet, Table, 30177. Graesse, II, p. 34. Olschki, Choix, 6248: "Ouvrage très intéressant". Fuchs, Repertorium des Chemischen Litteratur, p. 118. Non in Rosenthal, De Guaita, Dorbon-Ainé.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Galleria Gilibert
2013-06-06 17:09:43
Palladio degli Olivi Giovanni Francesco (1601-1669)
IN UDINE: APPRESSO NICOLO SCHIRATTI, 1660. 1660 In Udine: appresso Nicolo Schiratti, 1660. In-folio (1) c. (di tavola calcografica in antiporta) (10) 495 (13); 334 (8) (manca ultima carta con fine indice e colophon). Stemma calcografico sui frontespizi. Il frontespizio del primo volume è stampato in rosso e nero. Marca seditoriale ul colophon del primo volume (manca nel secondo): Scoiattolo su un tronco d'albero rema in mezzo al mare; in alto a sinistra una nuvola e tre piccole stelle. In una cornice figurata. Motto: Sic ad portum. Numerosi capilettera e testatine incise.Mezza pelle con piatti in carta marmorizzata, fregi e caratteri dorati al dorso. Palladio degli Olivi Gian Francesco: (1601 - 1669) abate e storico, scrive 2 libri Historie della provincia del Friuli. Qualche arrossatura. Manca la carta con il colophon del secondo volume e con la fine dell'indice.
Bookseller: Libreria Emiliana
2013-06-06 17:09:43
Palladio Gio. Francesco Degli Olivi
Udine, Appresso Nicolò Schiratti, 1660.In 4° grande, mm 210 x 304, pagg. (5), 495, (6); 334, (5) con bel antiporta inciso su rame raffigurante lo Stemma del Conte Giacomo Gabriel a cui è dedicata l'opera, 2 frontespizi distinti (il primo è in rosso e nero) con bella marca tipografica incisa su rame, numerosi capilettera xilografici. Legatura in piena pergamena coeva, titolo manoscritto al dorso. Prima edizione di quest' opera che, articolata in due parti, narra gli avvenimenti storici friulani dal 452 al 1658, facendo seguito all'opera dello zio Enrico Palladio la cui narrazione si fermava all'anno 452. Tarlature marginali, alcune tracce di lapis. Ottimo esemplare. Di Manzano, pag. 147; Lozzi, I, 2051.
Bookseller: Biggio Giuseppina
2013-06-04 14:10:29
SLESVIG, HERTUGDØMMET - WITT, FREDERICK DE.
Kobberstukket kort over hertugdømmet Slesvig. Frederic de Witt, Amsterdam c. 1660. Lysmål: 56x48 cm. Med brede margener. Smuk samtidig håndkolorering. Nyere guldramme. Papiret let brunet.. Dekorativt kort over hele Sønderjylland eller Hertudømmet Slesvig, som landet mellem Kongeåen og Ejderen kaldtes siden middelalderen. Kortet trækker på Johannes Mejers kort fra Caspar Danckwerths atlas fra 1652. Her er møjsommeligt og detaljeret gjort rede for Vadehavet og marsken med de mange lumske grunde og sejlbare kanaler. Kolorereringen gør fint rede for områdets opdeling i gottorpske og kongelige dele
Bookseller: Vangsgaards Boghus
2013-06-01 12:54:02
ACHILLINI Claudio - GUALANDI Ermete - PANNINI Giuseppe Maria
BOLOGNA, GIACOMO MONTI, 1660In-8° Eccellente Piena pergamena Legatura in stile di inizio Novecento in piena pergamena con cornice floreale in oro ai piatti; titolo in oro su tassello al dorso; al contropiatto anteriore, ex-libris di biblioteca privata; tagli rossi. Frontespizio con titolo e fregio tipografico; 12 pagine non numerate per dedica e vita dell'autore; 79 pagine numerate, bianco il verso dell'ultima; all'interno numerosi fregi tipografici silografati. All'ingresso del volume, dedica di Ermete Gualandi, curatore dell'edizione, e descrizione della vita dell'autore per opera di Giuseppe Maria Pannini. L'opera, rara e piacevole, contiene una serie di brevi componimenti redatti dal celebre scrittore e giurista bolognese Claudio Achillini dedicati ai cavalieri. Esemplare in eccellente stato conservativo ITALIANO
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Il Cartiglio di R. C
2013-05-20 15:06:56
More, H.
, London, W. Morden, 1660.. . First edition. Printed by F. Flesher. Rebound in full black imitation leather, with the title in gilt on a red spine label, five raised bands, all edges marbled. Title, v-xxx, 546, (28). Front board is starting, wear at head and heel, otherwise very good. Text block is fine.
Bookseller: James & Mary Laurie Booksellers (A.B.A.A
2013-04-24 19:35:58
BLAEU, JOHN et CORNELIUS.
Da Atlas Major, Amsterdam, 1660 circa.ÿIncisione in rame, confini in colore d'epoca, cm 41 x 50 (alla lastra). Buon esemplare a pieni margini.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Botteghina D'arte G
2013-04-21 19:28:33
More, H.
. First edition. Printed by F. Flesher. Rebound in full black imitation leather, with the title in gilt on a red spine label, five raised bands, all edges marbled. Title, v-xxx, 546, (28). Front board is starting, wear at head and heel, otherwise very good. Text block is fine.
Bookseller: James & Mary Laurie Booksellers (A.B.A.A
2013-04-20 21:29:44
JANSSON, J
Bookseller: Martayan Lan, Inc. [US]
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2013-04-20 10:36:01
Sanson d'Abbeville, (Nicolas)
Blattgrösse: 43,7x57,5 cm. Grenzkolorierte Karte (42x53,5 cm) von Nicolas Sanson, gestochen von N. Lalleman und Somer. Nicht bei Blumer und Ryhiner. - Kartusche oben rechts. - Auf neue Leinwand aufgezogen. Linker Rand ausserhalb der Platte fachgerecht restauriert.
Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein Buchantiquariat
2013-04-20 10:36:01
Löhneiß, Georg Engelhard
(22 S.), 343 (recte 363) S., mit gestochenem Titel (gest. von Hieronymus Hensbergen) und 16 gefalteten Kupfertafeln; (14) (von 16) S., 332 S., (4) Seiten, mit gestochenem Titel (gest. von P. Kilian) und 41 Textholzschnitten; (4) S., 47 Seiten. Pergamentband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel. zu 1) Zweite Ausgabe. Die Kupfer stammen von J. Wichmann und entstanden nach den Holzschnitten der ersten, als Privatdruck 1617in Remlingen und Zellerfeld erschienenen Ausgabe; zu 2) Zweite Ausgabe von Erckers berühmtem Werk, neben Agricola das wichtigste und einflußreichste Werk über den Bergbau. Erstmals in dieser Ausgabe mit dem Anhang von Chr. Berward. Pergamentband fleckig und Pergament zu den Kanten hin vom Deckel gelöst. Es fehlt ein Blatt. Seiten durchgehend gebräunt und stockfleckig. Unbedruckte Seitenränder (ohne Bild- oder Textbeschädigung) mit Fehlstellen, Einrissen und Feuchtigkeitsschäden (die gefalteten Kupfertafeln hiervon nicht betroffen). Ein Holzschnitt in Teil 2 mit Einriss. Titelblatt zu Teil 2 knapp bis an den Bildrand beschnitten.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Rainer Kurz
2013-04-18 21:09:50
Freden i Köpenhamn.]
Göteborg, Amund Grefwe, (1660). 4:o. (28) s. Lagerfläckig. Häftad. Lös i häftningen. Liten bläcknotering på titelbladet. Ur Ericsbergs bibliotek. Bibl. danica III, sp. 191. Engström s. 104f. Warmholtz 8579. Göteborgsupplagan av Köpenhamnsfreden, tryckt av Grefwe. Han tryckte även en upplaga med svensk-latinskt parallelltext. I freden i Köpenhamn efter Karl X Gustavs död fick Sverige återlämna Bornholm och Trondheims län till Danmark, men i övrigt behålla det som vunnits i freden vid Roskilde två år tidigare.
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [Stockholm, Sweden]
2013-03-26 16:49:35
BLAEU, JOHN et CORNELIUS.
Da "Atlas Major", Ausgburg, 1660 ca. Incisione in rame, col. d'epoca, cm 38,4 x 50 (alla lastra). Cartiglio in bs. a ds., con putti e chiavi ecclesiastiche. Edizione tedesca con testo al verso in caratteri gotici. Esemplare appena leggermente e uniformemente brunito, peraltro a pieni margini e in bella coloritura, assai buono lo stato di conservazione.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Botteghina D'arte G
2013-03-25 20:22:55
[Olivafreden 1660.]
Göteborg, Amund Grefwe, (1660). 4:o. (60) s. Fläckigt titelblad och enstaka småfläckar. Tagen ur band. Ur Ericsbergs bibliotek. Warmholtz 8643 not. Engström s. 101. Varianten tryckt i Göteborg av Grefwe. Freden i Oliva, som slöts den 23 april 1660 mellan Sverige, Polen, Tyska riket och Brandenburg, innebar ett slut på närmare hundra års mer eller mindre krigiska förvecklingar mellan Sverige och Polen. Livland avträddes slutligen till Sverige liksom Estland och Ösel, och Johan Kasimir av Polen avsade sig alla anspråk på svenska kronan för sig och sina efterkommande.
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [SE]
2013-03-20 15:44:23
Flamen, Albert
Paris [presumably]. First edition (c1660); platemark: 4 3/16" x 7", sheet: approx. 4 1/2" x 7 1/2". Etched signature in lower left corner of plate: AB. Flamen. fe., lower right corner of plate: Cum privil. Regis XII. Minor foxing to lower margin; small light spot to lower right corner of sheet; very good or better. Albert Flamen was a Flemish etcher, engraver, and painter - active in France in the mid-1600s. Most of his works consisted of series of fish, including the current "Brill" one, birds, and mammals. He also created a set of moralizing emblems (1672) - one of his very few dated works. One copy of the etching located at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. 2 [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]
Bookseller: ZH BOOKS, ABAA, ILAB, IOBA [Fremont, CA, U.S.A.]
2013-02-22 22:31:37
BLAEU, JOHN et CORNELIUS.
Da Atlas Major, Amsterdam, 1660 ca. Incisione in rame colore d'epoca, cm 38 x 49 (alla lastra). Ampi margini, rinforzo nella parte inferiore centrale della brachetta. Bell'esemplare in bella coloritura d'epoca.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Botteghina D'arte G
2013-02-22 22:31:37
JANSSONIUS, JOHANNES (JANSONIUS, IOANNEM).
Amsterdam, 1660 ca. Probabilmente dall' "Atlas Major", edito tra il 1658 e il 1661. Incisione in rame, colore d'epoca, cm 38 x 49 (alla lastra). Ampi margini, rinforzo nella parte inferiore centrale della brachetta. Buono stato.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Botteghina D'arte G
2013-02-14 12:41:58
OSTADE, ADRIAN VAN:
Engraving by Cornelis de Visscher after Ostade. Amsterdam ca. 1660. 43 x 34,5 cm. In fine condition.. Tavern scene with peasants sitting round the fireplace smoking and talking
Bookseller: Peter Grosell's Antikvariat
2013-02-13 00:20:59
CANEPARI, Petro Maria
London, excudebat J.M. impensis Jo.Martin. Ja.Alestry, Tho.Dicas 1660.. 4to, [16], 568 p., paper slightly browned as usual, contemporary calf, triple gilt fillet, spine gilt, neat repair at foot of spine, arms of François-Auguste De Thou and his monogram in compartments of spine, craquelure of surface affects the gilt of the armorial stamps (though only v.slightly on lower cover). Wing C425a; Duveen 115; Bonacini 315. Second edition (first printed Venice 1619). This is the only substantial early treatment of inks and their manufacture, including inks of various colours. Clair's Chronology of Printing mentions nothing on ink earlier than 1832: perhaps because Canepari's section on writing and printing inks, though valuable, is just 44 pages in a work of much wider scientific and historical interest. Thorndike found it "difficult... to classify the work under mineralogy, alchemy, technology, or natural magic" (VII, 250-52) - to which list we might add advice on health, and pharmacy. François Auguste was the eldest son of the important collector Jacques-Auguste De Thou. Neither was in fact alive when this book was printed, the son having been beheaded by order of Richelieu in 1642 for concealing his knowledge of the Cinq-Mars conspiracy. I suppose the family sometimes added his arms, as they did his father's, posthumously to books in the library, at some time before its sale in 1680. 21vf
Bookseller: Sevin Seydi Rare Books
2013-02-12 17:18:21
Gottfried , Joh. Lud.
Amsterdam., Weduwe Joannes Brouwer en Jacob van Meurs., 1660. 2 Delen, 31 x 21 cms, EERSTE DEEL, ( iv ) ff., met gegraveerde titelpagina, voor-reden + 13 ff. met 12 platen met medaillons. Helft van blad II ontbreekt, + 1-879 bladzijden., + ( vii) bladzijden met Register des Eersten Deels. + TWEEDE DEEL, gegraveerd titelblad, ( vi ) bladen met medaillons, +1-842 bladzijden., + Vervolgt van het Jaer Christi, 1650. tot op het Jaer 1660, 1-72 bladzijden., + ( xviii ) bladzijden met Register .in dit Tweede Deel. In de tekst honderden gravures met historische voorstellingen. Uniforme perkamenten banden uit de tijd, wat vlekkerig. . Exlibris; HAGEVELDENSIS BIBLIOTHECA. i
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Rijzende Zon
2013-02-12 16:16:10
JANSSONIUS, JOHANNES (IANSONIUS, IOANNES).
Amsterdam, 1660 circa. Dall' "Atlas Major", edito tra il 1658 e il 1661. Incisione in rame, confini col. d'epoca, cartigli colorati, cm 38,5 x 49,2 (alla lastra) pi? margini bianchi. Un leggero ripiegamento della brachetta centrale, per il resto trattasi di bell'esemplare in bello stato di conservazione.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Botteghina D'arte G
2013-01-28 18:48:28
(WALLENSBEK, Henrik Madsen.) privatum quod cum singulari gratia & privilegio, s:r:mayest: ex petitione multorum publici fit juris diarium polemicum metricum latino-danicum obsidionis Havniensis inclyta & invictæ danorum metropolis ab octavo die mensis aug: anni 1658 ad primum diem mensis jun: 1660.
Köpenhamn, D. Eichhorn, 1660. 4:o. (40),+ 24,+ (4),+ 25-54,+ (4), 57-85,+ (blank),+ (4),+ 87-116,+ (4),+ 117-147,+ (blank),+ 149-336,+ (4),+ 337-374,+ (2) s.+ graverad plansch. Med en stor mängd träsnittsillustrationer i texten. Med spridda fläckar, bl.a. på s. 187-88. Lätt nött och något solkigt samtida pergamentband. Dedikation till författarens svåger, prästen i Herlufmagle Jens Nielsen Spend (1632-76). Raderad namnteckning på smutstitelbladet. G. L. (?) Baggerus namnteckning på titelbladet och F. C. Rathjes namnteckning på försättsbladets baksida. Ur Ericsbergs bibliotek. Bibl. danica III, sp. 158. Thesaurus 701. Warmholtz 4862. En versifierad dagbok över den svenska belägringen av Köpenhamn. Med emblematiska träsnitt. Planschen består av ett antal graverade illustrationer, vilka var tänkta att skäras isär och klistras in i texten
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet
2013-01-23 20:11:36
VOSSII, Gerardi Ioannis (Gerardus Vossius)
Amstel´┐Żdami: Ex typographeio Ioannis Blaeu, 1660. Amstelædami: Ex typographeio Ioannis Blaeu, 1660. Hardcover. Good. Three parts in one volume. Text in Latin. Quarto. Each part is paginated separately, with a divisional title page and index: [16], 94, [12]; [8], 83, [11]; [16], 467, [37]pp. Illustrated with woodcut title vignettes, initials, and tail-pieces. Ex-library copy in dark blue buckram, bookplate on the front pastedown, shelf label on the rear free endpaper, else about very good. A bibliographical note in English (dated 1842 and 1843), is inscribed in ink on the front fly leaf verso. An important early history of mathematics and related liberal arts by the great Dutch humanist Gerardus Vossius (Gerrit Janszoon Vos).
Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA [Gloucester City, NJ, U.S.A.]
2013-01-23 06:35:26
GUILLIM John (1565-1621)
Incomplete. In dirty yellow vellum, some horizontal crease lines to front & rear covers. Spine has some vellum loss, edges are chipped and bumped, title in gilt to red leather label. Internally, hinges weak, covers are a little loose. No title page, index, introduction etc, 27-28, 33-36, 39-132, 135-178, 183-254, 259-350, 353-402, 403-414 (hand numbered), 419-421 (hand numbered), 408-411, 413-414 miss-numbering), 417-448, 447-460, [3], 4-32 pp, 37-50, 53-120, [2] table, 443, 144 (miss-numbered conclusion by Guillim), coats of arms to most pages, many coloured, some ink notes & coats of arms to margins, pages 409 to 460 contain many almost full page plates. Other headings are: An exact Register of all the knights of the Garter (together with the Blazons of their several Coats) from the first Installment to the last) As also An account or Register of the names and Arms of all the Baronets of England from the First Institution to the last, dedicated by Richard Blome, 32 pp. WITH A catalog of the names and arms of the Baronets made since his Majesties most happy restauration, with the times of their creations. In the 12th year of his reign, Anno 1660, pages 37 - 95 many pages with 4 coats of arms per page, lots coloured. WITH A Catalogue of the Knights of the Honorable order of the Bath at the Coronation of King Charles the Second, pages 97 - 114. WITH An errata for Guillims Heraldry from pages 115 - 120. FOLLOWED by The Table, 2 pp (index) FOLLOWED by A Conclusion 2 pages wrongly paginated as pp 443 & 144. (ink ownership name of William Wheeler - 1773) to pp 408, notes to marg … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Madoc Books
2013-01-18 06:54:35
Guilielmi Harveji (William Harvey); De Back, Jacobi (Jacob De Back)
Roterodami [Rotterdam]: Arnold Leers, 1660. Considered the most important medical work ever published, our copy is the 1660 Rotterdam edition, which includes a dissertation by Dutch physician Jacob De Back which supports Harvey's findings; De Motu Cordis was written in Latin, and published first in 1628 by William Fitzer of Frankfurt, Germany; In this small book, the English physician & researcher Doctor William Harvey announced his discovery of the circulation of blood by the heart. Harvey is the first to recognize and describe the heart's expulsion of blood during systole, its passive refilling during diastole, and the filling of the arteries during systole. His conclusions were based on years of meticulous research and observation and he illustrates his conclusions with clear evidence, thereby establishing the reality of pulmonary circulation. "Harvey's clear reasoning from the observations and precise measurements made during his purposeful experiments supplied the key for advancing knowledge of physiology and was also a model for future scientific procedure." (LeFanu, Notable Medical Books, page 63). This copy is bound in early full vellum, lightly shelf worn and aged as expected; yapped fore-edge, and a very clean and tight textblock in excellent condition; signatue in ink on ffep, dated 1898; Berlin, Germany bookseller's ticket on fep; 285p., plus index and 252p., plus index, respectively. Garrison-Morton 758 (1628 edition). Garrison - History of Medicine, pages 242-246. . Full Vellum. Very Good. Illus. by two plates, plus an Illustrated Title Page. 2 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Clausen Books, RMABA
2013-01-07 00:43:43
Hartsoeker, Christiaan and Van Limborch, Philippus (compilers); Barlaeus, Caspar; Grotius, Hugo; Episcopius, Simon; Arminius, Jacobus
Henricum Dendrinum, Amsterdam, 1660. First Edition. Hardcover (Vellum). Very Good Condition. Full contemporary vellum, title penned to spine, seminary library bookplate to inside of front and rear cover, but no other marks. 2 leaves loose, a scattered old underlining, but otherwise a clean, sound copy. Repinted in 1684 and 1704, the first edition is scarce. Compiled by Hartsoeker (father of the inventor Nicholas) and Van Limborch, an impressive collection of Dutch theologians and philosophers. 961pp plus index and errata. Size: Octavo (8vo). Text is clean and unmarked. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Religion & Theology; Philosophy. Inventory No: 041199. .
Bookseller: Pazzo Books
2013-01-06 15:13:25
More, Henry; Hering, Charles (binder)
Splendid binding by Hering, for the Earl of Scarborough, housing a mystic treatise. 1660. London. J. Flesher. In folio (286 mm x 184 mm). ii-xxx (missing half title) + 546 + 14 ff. Bound in 19th century dark blue morocco by Hering, decorated raised bands, gilt lettered direct in second and fifth compartments, remainder filled with a variety of volute and flower tools, covers with wide gilt border composed of pointed oval and floral roll between single fillets and pelmet rolls, with the coat-of-arms of John Lumley Savile, Eighth Earl of Scarborough, to each cover; slightly rubbed, but generally fine. Foxing and soiling ?mainly to title-, minor toning, else fine. First edition of a curious treatise by this notorious member of the Platonist school at Cambridge, he was also author of the ?Tetractus Anti-Astrologica?; his writtings touch the Occult Sciences. A splendid binding by Hering, arguably one of Britain?s foremost 19th century binders; made for the Eighth Earl of Scarborough with his arms on covers. The Earl of Scarborough (1788 ? 1856) was a British politican, member of the House of Lords succeeding his father, in 1835; he served as Lord Lieutenant of Nottinghamshire from 1839 to 1856.
Bookseller: Hs Rare Books
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2013-01-06 13:21:07
Carter, Matthew
London: Henry Harringman, 1660. Hardcover. Very good. Second edition. Small 8vo. (12),251pp. Engraved title and frontispiece. Seven full page engraved plates of gentry in creation robes. Forty armorial illustrations in text. Early binding of full sheep, spine with gilt rules and date at tail of spine. Later lettering piece, gilt. Light wear to the binding, front free endpaper lacking, else a very good copy. The text treats of honor in general, with its various divisions; then an analysis of armory; the orders of knighthood; and finally the Inns of Court and Chancery. With the error on the engraved title: 'Rediviuus' for 'Redivius'. ESTC R209970; Wing C659
Bookseller: Thorn Books
2013-01-06 11:25:22
ANTONY (THEUNIS) JACOBSZ & J. & C. LOOTSMAN
Hand-coloured engraving, 44x53,5cm Amsterdam c. 1660 or later The next map eastwards from Nordkyn to Russia. Plate no. 20. A very fine copy.. Tooley "Map Collectors' Circle" 314)
Bookseller: Kunstantikvariat PAMA AS
2013-01-06 11:25:22
ANTONY (THEUNIS) JACOBSZ & J. & C. LOOTSMAN
Hand-coloured engraving, 44x53,5cm Amsterdam c. 1660 or later A detailed chart of the coast of Finnmark. Plate no. 19. A very fine copy.. Tooley "Map Collectors' Circle" 313
Bookseller: Kunstantikvariat PAMA AS
2013-01-05 03:40:04
Seekarte
Kleine Titelkartusche oben mittig, 2 kleine Kompassrosen im unteren Viertel.- Zeigt die Küste Norwegens.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Schramm
2013-01-04 20:18:22
BLAEU, JOHN et CORNELIUS.
Dall' "Atlas Major", Amsterdam, 1660 circa. Incisione in rame, colore, cm 38 x 49 (alla lastra). Bell'esemplare a pieni margini e in bella coloritura.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Botteghina D'arte G
2013-01-04 09:10:38
DUMONT, JEAN.
Incisione in rame all'acquaforte, cm 51,5 x 84,5 (alla lastra) pi? margini. In basso a ds.: Tom. I, N. 7 Grande veduta in oblungo pi? volte ripiegata della citt? con pianta planimetrica e dintorni della campagna. Pubblicato in Jean Dumont, il barone de Carlscroon, (1660-1726) "Histoire Militaire du Prince Eug?ne de Savoye, du Prince et Duc de Marlborough, et du prince de Frise.. Nassau". Opera in tre volumi scritta da Jean Dumont e ampliata dall'architetto Jean Rousset de Missy (1686 - 1762), ? la storia delle battaglie del principe Eugenio de Savoye (1663 - 1736), il Duca di Marlborough (1650 - 1722), e il principe d'Orange e Nassau, Johann Willem Friso (1686-1711). L'edizione inglese ? stata pubblicata a Londra nel 1736. Questo lavoro da Dumont (anche Du Mont) ? stato pubblicato la prima volta nel 1725 dal Delahaye con il titolo "Batailles gagn?es par le S?r?nissime P. Principe. Eug?ne de Savoye sur les ennemis de la foi et sur ceux de l'Empereur et de l'Empire en Hongrie, en Italie, en Allemagne et aux Pais-Bas .."; le incisioni erano di Jean (Jan van) Huchtenburg (1647 - 1733), pittore olandese, artista grafico, incisore, editore e mercante d'arte, il quale nel 1708 - 1709 accompagn? il Principe Eugenio per la sua campagna e dipinse e incise le pi? importanti battaglie (la Savoia fu teatro di molte guerre e il Principe Eugenio fu in esse coinvolto gi? dal 1690 e per buona parte del 1700). Il banner del titolo, che ci dice che il principe Eugenio si impadronisce di Carmagnola nel 1691, si estende attraverso la parte superiore, ? in olandese e francese, a riprova del fatt … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Botteghina D'arte G
2013-01-03 00:17:47
BLAEU, JOHN et CORNELIUS.
Da "Atlas Major", Amsterdam, 1660 ca. Incisione in rame, confini col. d'epoca, cm 38,3 x 49,3 (alla battuta) e 55,8 x 64,9 (il foglio). Dedica All.'Eminent.mo et Reverend.mo Principe Francesco Cardinale Barberino Vicecancellario e Nipote della S. S. Urbano VIII. Gioanni et Cornelio Blaeu. Al verso della carta, testo dedicato al territorio umbro, scritto in olandese. Cartiglio in alto a ds., con raffigurazione alpestre (una mucca seduta e sullo sfondo dei monti), in bs. a ds., stemma dei Barberini sormontato da putti e dedica sottostante, in bs. a sn. "Scala di miglia undici Italiane". Buon esemplare, in bello stato e a grandi margini. .
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Botteghina D'arte G
2013-01-02 01:23:18
JANSSON
Amsterdam, 1660 (circa). Hand coloured engraved chart of the Caribbean islands from Puerto Rico to the South American mainland with elaborate title cartouche, attractive vignette and rhumb lines. Reinforced centre fold otherwise very fine. 50 x 39 cms
Bookseller: Pennymead Books
2012-12-30 17:56:44
JANSSONIUS, JOHANNES (IANSONIUS, IOANNES).
Amsterdam, 1660 circa. Dall'Atlas Major, edito tra il 1658 e il 1661. Incisione in rame, b/n, cm 38 x 48,2 (alla lastra) pi? margini bianchi. Curiosamente il foglio risulta in gran parte manoscritto al verso, in bella e antica calligrafia a inchiostro marrone, scrittura che ha trapassato, in gran parte, anche nei margini bianchi al recto, renedendo l'esemplare molto accattivante. Un leggero ripiegamento della brachetta centrale, per il resto trattasi di bell'esemplare in bello stato di conservazione.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Botteghina D'arte G
2012-12-25 14:47:50
LAURENBERG, JOHANNES. - [ATLAS OF ANCIENT GREECE - EDITED BY PUFENDORF]
Amsterdam, Apud Joannem Janssonium. 1660. Oblong-4to. Contemporary full calf, spine with traces of wear. (8), 62, (2) pp. With 31 fullpage engraved maps and 7 textual engravings. Title-page neatly restored and first 4 pages with repairs in lower right corner not affecting text. With the bookplate of H. Coyet-Torup in Sweden.. Rare and charming atlas of Ancient Greece with maps by Lauremberg, edited by Pufendorf. Lauremberg is most famous for his maps of ancient Greece. He never himself visited Greece, but was familiar with the work of the great mapmakers of the age and was influenced by Mercator and Ortelius.Most expositions of Pufendorf overlook the fact that the famous Heidelberg-professor not only worked within the fields of law and history of law, but that he was also very much engaged in philology and classics. In fact, Pufendorf taught classes and gave lectures on philology at in Heidelberg, and he also been involved in publications in this field, namely as the editor of works by Lauremberg and Meursius. As such, Pufendorf came to be connected to an important and long philosophical tradition at the Heidelberg University. The present charming and well executed atlas thus stands at the centre of this subject field of Pufendorf.Johannes Laurenberg (1590-1658) was a mathematician born in Rostock in Germany. He was a professor of poetry in Rostock and after that professor of mathematics in Sorø, Denmark, where he worked till he died. In 1631 the Danish King Christian IV commissioned Laurenberg to do the mapping of Denmark. For the next 16 years he worked on this project an … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn A/S
2012-12-23 08:55:00
Kircher Athanasius.
"Due parti in numerazione continua in un vol. in-4° (202x158mm), pp. (22), 689, (19) di ""Index Rerum Praecipuarum"" e di errata; alla p. 512 ha inizio, con autonomo occhietto, l'""Iter Extaticum II"". Legatura coeva alle armi ecclesiastiche in p. pelle marrone marmorizzata. Le armi, impresse in oro al solo piatto anteriore e non identificate, raffigurano un vescovo sorreggente un vincastro e un leone rampante entro uno scudo, il tutto entro serto vegetale. Dorso a 4 nervi con titolo in oro su tassello rosso e fregi in oro entro scomparti. Tagli colorati a spruzzo. Antiporta allegorica incisa su rame con ritratto del Kircher guidato dall'angelo Cosmiel. Dedica a stampa del curatore dell'edizione, Kaspar Schott, al Principe Abate di Fulda, Joachim Graf von Gravenegg, preceduta dal suo stemma inciso a piena pag. su rame. Testatine, capilettera e finalini ornati incisi in xilografia. L'opera è preceduta da varie approvazioni e da un componimento poetico latino di Nicolaus Mohr, anch'egli gesuita. 12 tavv. incise su rame f.t. con figure e schemi astronomici (una delle tav. raffigura le macchie solari). Alcune bruniture e gore ininfluenti. Restauri al margine esterno dell'antiporta (non toccante la parte incisa) e alla prima c. di dedicatoria. Etichetta di libreria antiquaria parigina. Bellissimo esemplare nell'insieme. Seconda edizione (la prima è di Roma, 1656), ma prima curata dal gesuita Kaspar Schott (tristemente famoso per la sua parte nel processo a Giordano Bruno), che vi apportò varie correzioni, prolusioni e spiegazioni, aggiungendovi in fine (pp. 485-512) un ""Apologe … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2012-12-20 06:50:01
SAAVEDRA FAJARDO Diego
In-24 gr. (mm. 1333x70), p. marocch. ottocentesco, dorso a cordoni con decoraz. e tit. oro, pp.num. 599, cc.nn. 2 (Indice), compreso il bel frontespizio figurato inc. in rame; illustrato nel t. da 103 pregevoli e curiose incisioni in rame (entro vari tipi di cornici ovali) di cui la prima (nella prefazione) raffigura un torchio per la stampa; testo su due colonne. Famoso libro di emblemi e opera politica antimachiavellica dello scrittore e diplomatico spagnolo (1584-1648) che ebbe uno straordinario successo editoriale. Cfr. Palau,VI, p. 3612 - Choix de Olschki,X,15253 - Piantanida,I,365 (per una traduz. italiana del 1654): ?Opera importante assai diffusa nel sec. XVII e tradotta anche in latino, francese e inglese. La I ediz. fu stampata a Monaco in spagnolo da Nic. Enrico nel 1640?. Solo 1 carta restaur. per ang. inf. manc., lievi aloni sulle ultime 20 cc., altrim. esemplare ben conservato.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi
2012-11-25 13:36:42
HIGHMORE, Nathaniel
Amsterdam, Casp. Commelinus 1660.. Ed. secunda priori emedatior. 12°. 4 Bll., 136 S. Mod. HPgmt. Wellcome III, 263 - Enthält zwei frühe Abhandlungen über Hysterie und Hypochondrie. Erschien im Jahr der Erstausgabe (Oxford). - N. Highmore (Fordingbridge, Hampton 1613 - 1685 Sherborne, Dorset), English surgeon and anatomist.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag
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2012-10-24 18:00:02
Palladio Gio. Francesco Degli Olivi
In 4° grande, mm 210 x 304, pagg. (5), 495, (6); 334, (5) con bel antiporta inciso su rame raffigurante lo Stemma del Conte Giacomo Gabriel a cui è dedicata l'opera, 2 frontespizi distinti (il primo è in rosso e nero) con bella marca tipografica incisa su rame, numerosi capilettera xilografici. Legatura in piena pergamena coeva, titolo manoscritto al dorso. Prima edizione di quest' opera che, articolata in due parti, narra gli avvenimenti storici friulani dal 452 al 1658, facendo seguito all'opera dello zio Enrico Palladio la cui narrazione si fermava all'anno 452. Tarlature marginali, alcune tracce di lapis. Ottimo esemplare. Di Manzano, pag. 147; Lozzi, I, 2051.
Bookseller: Biggio Giuseppina
2012-10-04 03:57:17
WINSTANLEY, William
1660. Very Good. WINSTANLEY, William. ENGLAND'S WORTHIES. SELECT LIVES OF THE MOST EMINENT PERSONS FROM CONSTANTINE THE GREAT, TO THE DEATH OF OLIVER CROMWELL LATE PROTECTOR. London, Printed for Nath. Brooke, at the Sign of the Angel in Cornhill, 1660. First edition. Engraved title-page frontispiece with each of the forty-seven worthies shown in a medallion portrait. Printer's device on title-page. Collation: A8,a8,B-2R8,2S4. 16.5 cm. [32],613, pp. + [19] publisher's advertisement. In an early full leather binding, which is rather parched and edgeworn. The first two signatures have a shallow inkstain at the top margin which decreases over 32 pp. It occasionally covers a few words in the top line of type; however, because the ink is transparent, it doesn't completely obscure the type. There are some leaves near the end which show some very faint dampstainging; but the text is clean for the most part. A few pages are misnumbered. Very good overall. (Wing W3058). Winstanley (1628?-1698), better known by his pseudonym of 'Poor Robin' as a writer of almanacs and chapbooks (D.N.B.), was a compiler with a dubious reputation who 'borrowed without stint, and without acknowledgment also, from his predecessors' (Wood, Athena Oxon. ed. Bliss, iv. 763). Despite his poor reputation, 'we are obliged to him for many notices of persons and things which are recorded only in his works' (Granger, Biogr. Hist. of Engl. 5th ed. v. 271). England's Worthies is noteworthy because, though Winstanley was a staunch royalist after the Restoration, it is free … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Boston Book Company
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2012-09-18 13:52:22
London: Henry Hills and John Field, 1660 (NT); [London: Bill & Barker, 1662] (BCP); 1661 (Psalms). (BINDING) 8vo. Woodcut of the Royal Arms of Charles II on verso of final leaf of the Common Prayer. Contemporary black morocco "sombre" binding, elaborately tooled in blind on upper and lower covers with a central lozenge cartouche made from double impressions of two separate tools, the same tools being used to decorate the four corners, the design surrounded by floral sprays, spine of six raised banks with floral tooling in each of the seven compartments, inner gilt dentelles, marbled endpapers, a.e.g. Front joint repaired, skillful minor restoration to the corners by Sotheran, overall a very attractive binding. Lacks first three leaves of Book of Common Prayer. Herbert 669 or 670 (with OT); Griffiths 1662-1663.3 . A handsome volume, made even more interesting by the contemporary ownership inscription "Elizabeth Maynard 1663" on the verso of the New Testament title page, and, in her handwriting on the blank recto of the Psalms, "What Children I have christened [there follows a list of nine names] Innocents day 1665" plus additional notations of subsequent christenings in 1665 and 1667. As the "Children" included a Mrs Cooper, it may be that the word is used in an ecclesiastical sense; and it is interesting to conjecture what role Elizabeth Maynard played in the ceremony in these years following the Restoration of 1660
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller
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2012-08-27 19:38:24
Busbecq, Ogier Ghislain de (1522-1592)
Londini : Ex officina R. Danielis 1660 - Physical description: [8], 386, [14]p ; 14cm (12mo). Subjects: Turkey - Foreign relations - Holy Roman Empire - Early works to 1800. Holy Roman Empire - Foreign relations - Turkey - Early works to 1800. Turkey - History - 1453-1683. Notes: Edited by Louis Carrion, whose name appears on *2r. (From ESTC). Includes index. "De Turcarum moribus epitome", a reprint of the work by Bartolomej Georrgijevic , has separate dated title page; pagination and register are continuous. Includes "Augerii Geslenii Busbequii . Epistolæ ad Rudolphum II. Imperatorem" (divisional title), p[316]-386. Referenced by: ESTC, R20670. Language: Latin. Finely bound in the original full aniline calf. Professionally and period-sympathetically rebacked with a matching gilt-blocked spine, with simulated raised bands, and blind-tooled compartments. Very impressively finished. General edge wear with surface marks to panels. Previous owner's inscriptions to front endpapers and rear pastedown. Corners sharp with an overall tight, bright and clean impression. 1 Kg. 386 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: MW Books Ltd
2012-06-30 21:46:37
Weyer, Johann
Amsterdam: Petrum can den Berge (Petrus Montanus), 1660. First edition. With the famous engraved portrait of Weyer done by Holstein. With nine woodcut illustrations including the engraved portrait of a ten-year-old girl and depictions of medicinal plants. Thick quarto bound in recent full vellum. This is the first edition of the first collected works by Weyer, and is viewed as one of the great psychiatric classics. Weyer “pleaded for medical treatment of the mentally ill and suggested that the confessions of the so-called witches were nothing more than reports of visual and auditory hallucinations experienced under the influence of some drugs. With skill and sympathy, Weyer described the symptoms of schizophrenia, the phenomena of mass hysteria, the paranoia of homosexuals, and the significance of agitation recurring yearly on the same date” (Howells 1982, p.976). Includes Weyer’s “De Lamiis,” a book that Freud believed helped to found modern psychiatry. Freud praised Weyer’s “Praestigiis Daemonum” as one of the ten most significant books of all time.
Bookseller: Johanson Rare Books
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2012-06-26 15:18:45
Alte Drucke, Mystik, Theologie
Ioan Wagner, 1660., Regula Sancti Augustini Episcopi et ecclesiae doctoris, hrsg. Ioan Wagner, 1660, 108 S + Reg. tlw. m. dek. Initialien u. kl. Holzstichdek. im Text, Lder v. 17./18 Jhd. 12°, kl. Wurmspuren am Schnitt sonst guter Zustand. Versand D: 5,00 EUR
Bookseller: Alte Bücherwelt [Perg, Austria]
2012-06-21 12:47:00
Voss, Gerhard Johannes:
Leipzig, Christian Kirchner, 1660. 12°. (1) Bl., (24), 448, (15) S., (1) Bl. Pergamentbd. d. Zt. mit handschriftl. Rückentitel (fleckig). Vgl. VD17 3:300990W (für die Auflage von 1665). - Gerhard Johannes Voss (Gerardus Joannes Vossius, 1577-1649), Philologe, Polyhistor, Philosoph, Professor für Griechisch u. Mathematik u. Verfasser zahlreicher Schriften. Dank diesen in lateinischer Sprache verfassten Werken, hatte er grossen Einfluss auf die Entwicklung des holländischen Schulwesens. - Mit Namenszügen von alter Hand auf fl. Vorsatz u. Titelseite. Sprache: lateinisch / latin.
Bookseller: EOS Buchantiquariat Benz [Zürich, Switzerland]
2012-06-15 15:58:53
ROBERT, N.
1660. Paris, F. Poilly excudit, rüe St. Jacques alimage St. Benoist, (1660?). Small folio (325 x 240mm). Engraved title and 30 engraved plates of plants. 19th century boards, some slight paper discoloration, small ink spot on one plate. First edition, most probably a later and better impression, of the same plates, printed on heavier paper. Hunt mentions such an issue without giving a date. Nicolas Robert (1614-1685) was one of the outstanding flower painters of the 17th century. "In comparison to Fiori diversi, produced by the same artist twenty years earlier in Rome, 'Variae ac multiformes florum species', or 'Diverses fleurs', clearly shows Robert's mastery of the problems of technique and composition. The earlier plates are characterized by a certain harshness of line, the flowers standing out starkly against the page. In this later work Robert made much more creative use of the various elements at his disposal, incorporating the stem and leaves of the plants in sophisticated compositions that anticipate the quintessentially Baroque motif of the formal flower bouquet. Butterflies and other insects are also much more numerous than in the artist's previous work" (An Oak Spring Flora, 42). "Maria Sibylla Merian copied a number of different motifs from Robert's work in the first part of her 'Blumenbuch'" (Maria Sibylla Merian 1647-1717, Artist and naturalist, ed. by K. Wettengl cat. no. 31). An Oak Spring Flora 42; Hunt 282; Nissen BBI, 1645.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk
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2012-06-14 00:44:41
Waterhous, Edward
London: Samuel Mearne, 1660. 232 p. Frontispiece engraving of coat of arms. Leather scuffed and worn, front hinge loose. A few ink notations. Tear in top right edge of title-page. Small wormhole. Pages remain clear and legible. Fair. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Attic Books (ABAC, ILAB) [London, ON, Canada]
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