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2016-08-18 22:03:39
CHARTIER Jean & COUCY Mathieu de
De l'imprimerie royale (Sébastien Cramoisy), 1661. - De l'imprimerie royale (Sébastien Cramoisy), à Paris 1661, In Folio (24x38cm), (28) 907pp. (10), relié. - Edizione diretta da Denys Godefroy insieme per la prima volta i testi di Jean Charles VII Chartier, Mathieu de Coucy e Jacques Bouvier. Le tre storie sono arricchite con pezzi storici e varie memorie raccolte da Denys Godefroy, che ha riunito tutti gli scritti noti di Carlo VII. Ritratto frontespizio e 4 ritratti di Jean d'Orleans, Etienne Chevalier Jacques Coeur e Jean Bureau, tutti incisi da Grignon, un grande titolo vignetta braccia della Francia, il titolo diverse fasce e iniziali istoriate stampati molto bene. Bella edizione in folio. Vitello Full time granita. Nervo posteriore ornato. Parte del titolo in marocchino rosso. Molto bella copia. Restauro intelligente e invisibile per le ganasce della testa e la coda, e le protezioni. Ricca storia per tutto il periodo 1422 fino al 1461, oltre ai testi dei suddetti tre storici e colonne anonimi, il libro contiene molti pezzi, lettere, bandi illustra questo periodo. Ottima edizione, rigorosamente costruiti, che inizia con un elogio di Carlo VII relativo ad un manoscritto anonimo, e termina con ritratti e pezzi di tutti i principali personaggi di questo periodo, tra cui Giovanna d'Arco. Ex libris incisi con le armi del XVIII: libri Cabinet Ponchartrain. Bibliofilo Noto, Phélypeaux Jérôme, comte de Pontchartrain, è stato Segretario di Stato della Marina 1699 - 1715. Rimase famosa per la sua gestione delle colonie francesi in America, Canada e Louisiana. - [FRENCH VERSION … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet
2016-08-17 20:27:38
[Sjöfart.]
(Stockholm), Henrich Keyser, (1661). 4:o. (8) s. Fin graverad vinjett på titelbladet med ett svenskt skepp. Tagen ur band. Den fina gravyren med ett svenskt skepp som stolt seglar igenom Öresund är signerad W.H. Med freden i Köpenhamn 1660, liksom Roskilde 1658, stadfästes att alla svenska skepp ska få passera Öresund tullfritt, oavsett gods.
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [Sweden]
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2016-07-28 21:07:34
Cranmer, Thomas; Foxe, John, Cheke, Sir John
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2016-07-28 21:07:34
Cranmer, Thomas; Foxe, John, Cheke, Sir John
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB [Clark, NJ, U.S.A.]
2016-07-27 21:02:29
Mortier Peter ( 1661 - 1711 ) Amsterdam
Artist: Mortier Peter ( - 1711 ) Amsterdam; issued in: Amsterdam; date: ca 1695. - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 45 x 54,5; - description : Map shows Uruguay, partly Paraguay, east part of Argentinia and Rio do sul ( Brasilia); - vita of the artist: Pieter Mortier (1661ñ1711) was an 18th-century mapmaker and engraver from the Northern Netherlands. Mortier had a partnership with Johannes Covens I (1697-1774) and founded the map publishing company Covens & Mortier (1721-1866). Mortier, being French himself, had easy access to French cartographers such as De L'Isle, Sanson, Jaillot, de Fer and De Wit. Consequently, much of Mortier's business was built upon leveraging the sophisticated Dutch printing establishment to issue embellished high quality editions of previously contemporary French maps. In the greater context of global cartography, this was a significant advantage as most Dutch map publishes had, at this point, fallen into the miasma of reprinting their own outdated works. By contrast, the cartographers of France were producing the most accurate and up to date charts anywhere. Mortier's cartographic work culminated in the magnificent nautical atlas, Le Neptune Francois. Upon Pierre's death in 1711 this business was inherited by his widow. In 1721 his son Cornelius Mortier took over the day to day operation of the firm. Cornelius partnered with his brother-in-law Jean Covens to form one of history's great cartographic partnerships - Covens and Mortier - which continued to publish maps and atlases until about 18 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2016-07-27 16:34:46
BROME, Alexander
London: for Henry Brome, 1661. FIRST EDITION. 1vol., 6-1/8" x 3-3/4", pagination erratic but complete, with the engraved frontis portrait plate neatly laid down and the scarce errata leaf which was originally tipped in, complete, closely shaved along foot touching on a few catchwords, worming to foot of textblock affecting the last few pages. Bound in fine full green morocco, raised bands, gilt lettered spine, gilt dentelles, all edges gilt, by Alfred Mattews.\r\nA collection of Cavalier Poems. Included in it are numerous amorous and drinking songs, poems to mistresses, political satires in favor of Royalists, and a poem entitled, "Ben. Johnsons Sociable Rules for the Apollo."
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2016-07-17 16:25:03
(Buddhism).
Yucheng, Shandong: Luo[ "the good man"], shanren Narrow Folio (33 x 11 cm; 13" x 4.5"). 310 pp.. 1661 This is a popular religious ? Buddhist, but noncanonical ? work, written in classical Chinese. While it evokes and invokes the Buddha, it is the work of a small, populist sect, and is not mainstream Buddhism. The work is printed in the less familiar "fanfold" manner and unsewn rather than in the "Chinese style" that Westerners are most familiar with. It is printed printed from woodblocks, three to a sheet, which are the glued together to form an "accordion style" book. => It features a multipage "frontispiece" of the Buddha and related religious imagery on six preliminary pages. Provenance: The Howell Bible Collection, Pacific School of Religion (properly released). With a note laid in reading: "This is a volume of a Chinese Buddhist sacred book, which has been for two centuries in a Shantung family. The woman who owned it became convinced of its uselessness, & exchanged it for a New Testament & a hymn book. It is now presented to the Pacific Theological Seminary by Rev. Arthur H. Smith, P'ang Chuang, Shantung, China." The Rev. Smith (1845?1932) was a missionary of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions who spent 54 years as a missionary in China . (We are grateful to Dr. Martin Heijdra of the East Asian Library at Princeton for assisting us in identifying this work.) Covers detached but present; soiled and totally faded and discolored. Tattering and dog-earing of text leaves; many split at the folds or at pasted areas. Far from perfect condition but => co … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co
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2016-07-13 21:18:37
GILBERT (Gabriel);
Guillaume de Luyne, Paris 1661 - In-12 de (14)-173-(1) pp., maroquin rouge à grains longs, dos orné à nerfs, tranches dorées (reliure du début XIXe siècle). Edition originale rare. Le dramaturge Gabriel Gilbert (le Gallus du Dictionnaire des Précieuses) mourut dans la misère vers 1680 après avoir été le secrétaire de la duchesse de Rohan puis de la reine Christine de Suède. Son recueil poétique publié en 1661 alors que ses pièces rencontraient le succès rassemble sept odes adressées au roi, à la reine-mère, à la reine de Suède, au cardinal Mazarin et à d'autres grands personnages, dix-neuf élégies, un grand nombre de madrigaux et quelques poésies chrétiennes. Bel exemplaire en marqouin rouge relié vers 1810 ; premier feuillet rogné un peu court en tête. Brunet, II, 1592 ; Bibliothèque poétique de Viollet Le Duc, 1680 p. 572. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Bonnefoi Livres Anciens
2016-07-12 03:13:36
ROGERS, George.:
London, printed for J. Cadwel, 1661.. Very proper for these times, when men are butting, and pushing, and goring, and horning one another. Also an appendix concerning women and jealousie. FIRST EDITION 1661, small 8vo, approximately 165 x 100 mm, 6½ x 4 inches, LACKING FRONTISPIECE, SUPPLIED IN MODERN FACSIMILE, and lacking a blank leaf at beginning and end, and the leaf following the title page, most likely the Dedication, pages: (12), 1-84, (2) imprimatur leaf, signatures: *1-*8 (-*1, *3), A-E8, F4 (-F4), catchword on *7v is a printer's mistake, pagination irregular but text collated and guaranteed complete, bound in modern full calf, blind ruled border and blind decorative panelling to covers, raised bands and blind rules to spine, gilt lettered red morocco label, new endpapers. 2 lines written in Latin at top of colophon page, occasional minor mark to text or margins. A good copy with facsimile frontispiece as noted. ESTC R209943 Wing attributes authorship to George Rogers (1618-1697) a medical man who trained in Padua and then went into practice in London, eventually becoming the president of the College of Physicians. However the ODNB does not list this amongst his works. In the Preface to this serio-comic work, published to coincide with the celebrations for the restoration of the monarchy (and in an act of remarkable prescience about what would notoriously prove to be one of the major preoccupations of that new anti-puritan era), seeing ?the general verge of the people to merryment?, the author expresses the hope that ?this piece of drollery? on the subject of cuck … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-06-23 17:15:46
Bate, George
1661. London: Typis J. Flesher & Prostant, 1661. A Noted Royalist's History of the English Civil War Bate, George [1608-1669]. Elenchi Motuum Nuperorum in Anglia Pars Prima; Simul ac Juris Regii & Parlamentarii Brevis Enarratio, Ab Autore Geor. Batio M.D. Regiae Majestatis Protomedico Recognita & Aucta Aerae Christianae Anno 1660. London: Typis J. Flesher & Prostant Apud R. Royston in Ivy Lane, 1661. [xii], 257, [7] pp. Copperplate frontispiece of King Charles I. [Bound with] Bate, George. Elenchi Motuum Nuperorum in Anglia Pars Secunda: Simul ac Regis Effugii Mirabilis e Praelio Wigorniae Enarratio. Authore Georgio Bateo, M.D. Regiae Majestatis Protomedico, & Collegii Londinensis Socio. Aerae Christianae Anno 1662. London: Typis J. Flesher. Prostat Venalis Apud R. Royston S. Regiae Majestatis Bibliopolam, 1663. [xvi], 442, [22] pp. Final leaf blank. Half-title, Copperplate frontispiece of King Charles II. Octavo (7" x 4-1/2"). Contemporary mottled calf, rebacked in period style retaining existing lettering piece, blind rules to boards, raised bands and lettering piece to spine, hinges mended. Some rubbing to board edges, corners bumped. Title page of first part printed in red and black. Moderate toning, some leaves have light foxing, a few have minor stains. Brief annotations in small early hand to a few leaves, interior otherwise clean. $650. * Later editions, the second part one of three issues from 1663. First published anonymously in 1649, this work was originally intended to publicize the events of the Civil War from a Royalist perspective to a continental audience. L … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2016-06-18 04:01:47
Curtius Rufus, Quintus
London: Printed by E. Alsop & Robert Wood Small 4to (18.5 cm; 7.5"). [3 of 4] ff., 259, 264–84, 281–311, [1] pp., without the initial blank and with considerable mispagination but not lacking any text.. 1661 Biographical details of Robert Codrington (1601–65) are fewer than one would like, but we know that he was a translator and writer who was educated at Magdalen College, Oxford, and had a "thirty-year career of publishing translations from French, Latin, and Spanish, and occasional works of his own" (DNB online). This is the second edition of his translation of Curtius Rufus' Historia Alexandri Magni, the first having appeared in 1652 with the title, The Ten Books of Quintus Curtius Rufus. The work was conceived during the English Civil War and carried a stirring foreword, "To the reader in general and especially to the souldier," that begins, "In these Martial times, if any thing [sic] can excite you yet higher to honourable Achievements, it will be the perusal of this History. . . . " That rhapsody is repeated in this post-Restoration edition as well; but the original dedication to Baptist Noel, Third Viscount Campden (1611–82), has been replaced with one to the restored king, James, Duke of York. The work is printed in roman, the title and the printer's device within a double-line border and the text with woodcut initials and two handsome woodcut headpieces. Searches of NUC, WorldCat, and ESTC locate only four copies in U.S. libraries. 20th-century full brown calf, round spine, raised bands, gilt spine extra; lacks the initial blank, else complete. => A clean, worthy … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co
2016-06-18 04:01:47
Curtius Rufus, Quintus
London: Printed by E. Alsop & Robert Wood.London: Printed by E. Alsop & Robert Wood Small 4to (18.5 cm; 7.5"). [3 of 4] ff., 259, 264-84, 281-311, [1] pp., without the initial blank and with considerable mispagination but not lacking any text.. 1661 Biographical details of Robert Codrington (1601-65) are fewer than one would like, but we know that he was a translator and writer who was educated at Magdalen College, Oxford, and had a "thirty-year career of publishing translations from French, Latin, and Spanish, and occasional works of his own" (DNB online). This is the second edition of his translation of Curtius Rufus' Historia Alexandri Magni, the first having appeared in 1652 with the title, The Ten Books of Quintus Curtius Rufus. The work was conceived during the English Civil War and carried a stirring foreword, "To the reader in general and especially to the souldier," that begins, "In these Martial times, if any thing [sic] can excite you yet higher to honourable Achievements, it will be the perusal of this History. . . . " That rhapsody is repeated in this post-Restoration edition as well; but the original dedication to Baptist Noel, Third Viscount Campden (1611-82), has been replaced with one to the restored king, James, Duke of York. The work is printed in roman, the title and the printer's device within a double-line border and the text with woodcut initials and two handsome woodcut headpieces. Searches of NUC, WorldCat, and ESTC locate only four copies in U.S. libraries. 20th-century full brown calf, round spine, raised bands, gilt spine extra; lacks the initial … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co
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2016-06-14 19:40:15
BERQUEN (Robert de);
De L'Imprimerie de C. Lambin, A Paris 1661 - In-4 de (12)-112 pp., 1 portrait, maroquin rouge, dos orné à nerfs, double filets doré d'encadrement sur les plats, encadrement d'un double filet doré au centre, fleurons dorés aux angles (reliure de l'époque). Edition originale complète du portrait gravé par Larmessin de la Grande Mademoiselle, Anne-Marie-Louise d'Orléans, duchesse de Montpensier, à qui cet ouvage est dédié. Robert de Berquen, célèbre joaillier parisien d'origine flamande, est considéré comme le descendant de Lodewijk van Berquen natif de Bruges, l'inventeur de la taille du diamant. Robert de Berquen propose une étude de la nature, des couleurs, des vertus et du prix des pierres précieuses et des perles (diamants, émeraudes, hyacinthes, améthistes, aigues-marines, turquoises, etc.). A la fin du volume, on touve les Vers tirez de Ronsard à la louange de l'Or. Bel exemplaire en reliure de l'époque ; quelques épidermures sur les plats. Tampon ex-libris ancien Bourdelet, Avocat au Parlement ; ex-libris A. Barthélémy. Brunet VI, 4780 ; Graesse I, 348 ; Ferguson II, 295 ; Sinkankas, 592 ; Sabin, 4957. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Bonnefoi Livres Anciens
2016-06-14 17:10:35
(Buddhism).
Yucheng, Shandong: Luo[ "the good man"], shanren Narrow Folio (33 x 11 cm; 13" x 4.5"). 310 pp.. 1661 This is a popular religious — Buddhist, but noncanonical — work, written in classical Chinese. While it evokes and invokes the Buddha, it is the work of a small, populist sect, and is not mainstream Buddhism. The work is printed in the less familiar "fanfold" manner and unsewn rather than in the "Chinese style" that Westerners are most familiar with. It is printed printed from woodblocks, three to a sheet, which are the glued together to form an "accordion style" book. => It features a multipage "frontispiece" of the Buddha and related religious imagery on six preliminary pages. Provenance: The Howell Bible Collection, Pacific School of Religion (properly released). With a note laid in reading: "This is a volume of a Chinese Buddhist sacred book, which has been for two centuries in a Shantung family. The woman who owned it became convinced of its uselessness, & exchanged it for a New Testament & a hymn book. It is now presented to the Pacific Theological Seminary by Rev. Arthur H. Smith, P'ang Chuang, Shantung, China." The Rev. Smith (1845–1932) was a missionary of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions who spent 54 years as a missionary in China . (We are grateful to Dr. Martin Heijdra of the East Asian Library at Princeton for assisting us in identifying this work.) Covers detached but present; soiled and totally faded and discolored. Tattering and dog-earing of text leaves; many split at the folds or at pasted areas. Far from perfect condition but => co … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co
2016-06-04 16:43:34
Rosa, Salvator (1615-1673):
etching / Kupferstich 1661. Blatt-Masse ca. 34,8 x 23 cm -- mit schmalem Rändchen ausserhalb der Einfassungslinie, unten rechts in der Platte signiert - sehr gut erhalten / very good condition. Versand D: 5,00 EUR
Bookseller: Antiquariat Völkel
2016-05-28 13:04:00
WEBER, Wilhelm, Meistersinger von Nürnberg 1601-1661
133 x 83 mm. + margins. On laid paper. Remnants of hinges to upper corners of verso, with small repair. Text below the image identifies Weber as a German poet and "Sprüchsprecher" in Nürnberg who died on July 28, 1661 at the age of 60. Weber is referred to in Johann Christoph Wagenseil's book on the Meistersingers of Nürnberg published in 1697.
Bookseller: J & J LUBRANO MUSIC ANTIQUARIANS
2016-05-26 20:42:11
Ciceronis, Marcus Tullius
Amstelodami: apud Ludovicum et Danielem Elzevirios, 1661. 2 volumes, small 4to, 4 parts in 1; pp. [8], 51, [3], 636; [637]-1339, [53]; engraved title page, woodcut initials and ornaments; 3 sectional title pages at pages 188, 636, and 968; contemporary full mottled calf, neat, early rebacking in the 18th century with gilt-decorated spines in 6 compartments, morocco labels in 2; edges worn, corners showing, but in all, very good and sound. With the engraved bookplate of Robert Partridge, and the ownership signature of Henricus Hansell, Oxon. The book was not printed by the Elzevirs in Amsterdam, but rather by Fr. Hackius in Leiden. Copinger 912; Willems 1268.
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [U.S.A.]
2016-05-23 16:06:03
BOYLE, ROBERT
Oxford: Printed by Hen. Hall, 1663; London: Printed for Henry Herringman, 1661. FIRST EDITIONS of both works. The two works in this volume are greatly important scientific publications individually, and together they demonstrate the author's virtuosity as a natural philospher and experimentalist, as they cover an impressive array of scientific subject matter including medicine, physiology, zoology, philosophy, and chemistry. Although Boyle is chiefly remembered for his contributions to chemistry (see later in this discussion), "Some Considerations" was among his most important in the field of medicine. According to the DNB, the text here "was to prove his most extensive medical work and . . . was widely cited in the debates on medical practice of the time." In it he describes a great many experiments, cures, observations, and case histories, with topics as diverse as limb regeneration in certain animals, using fright to cure ailments, and the preparations of tinctures, cordials, and other remedies. The second work here is of monumental importance to the history of chemistry because it is considered the precursor to Boyle's classic essay, "The Sceptical Chymist," which he published less than six months after the appearance of "Essays." These complementary works both promoted chemistry as a separate discipline from alchemy, but it is in Boyle's "Essays" that he first sets out his "corpuscular hypothesis," describing the basic formation of all matter. This theory would drive his subsequent experimentation and also influenced some of the era's finest thinkers, including Isaac … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [U.S.A.]
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2016-05-23 16:06:03
BOYLE, ROBERT
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2016-05-23 16:06:03
BOYLE, ROBERT
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2016-05-23 16:06:03
BOYLE, ROBERT
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [U.S.A.]
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2016-05-14 04:14:34
Rosa, Salvator (1615-1673):
etching / Kupferstich 1661 - Blatt-Masse ca. 34,8 x 23 cm -- mit schmalem Rändchen ausserhalb der Einfassungslinie, unten rechts in der Platte signiert - sehr gut erhalten / very good condition. Many antique maps and prints in our shop! - Viele weitere antiquarische Bücher und alte Grafiken in unserem shop! Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 550 [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Steffen Völkel
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2016-05-09 20:33:10
Böckler, Georg Andreas.
Nürnberg Gerhard für Fürst () 1661 - (34 x 22 cm). (10) 68 S. Mit gestochenem Titel und 154 Kupfertafeln. Pergamentband der Zeit. Erste deutsche Ausgabe dieses klassischen Werkes über Mühlenbaukunst. Es basiert auf den Werken von Strada und Ramelli. Die hervorragenden Kupfer stammen teilweise von B. Schwan und E. Kiefer und zeigen die verschiedensten Mühlentypen, Wasserhebewerke und Feuerspritzen. Besonders erwähnenswert ist die von H. Hautsch 1655 neu entwickelte Feuerspritze mit ununterbrochenem Wasserstrahl sowie die sehr frühe Darstellung einer Flügelradturbine. Böckler beschreibt bei den Mühlen auch den Typ der trockenen Wassermühlen und ein durch archimedische Schrauben angetriebenes Perpetuum mobile. - Titel mit verstärktem unteren Rand. Die ersten beiden Blätter mit sehr schwachem Wasserrand. Vereinzelt minimal gebräunt. Insgesamt sehr gut erhaltenes und vollständiges Exemplar mit Kupfern in kräftigen Abdrucken [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Gerhard Gruber
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2016-05-08 21:26:31
ALDROVANDI Ulisse
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2016-04-30 07:29:28
Antonius, a Spiritu Sancto; Carmelitani scalzi
Spublisher, "1661. Antonii Huguetan & Marci Antonii Ravaud, London, 1661. 6 Bl./418 S./59 Bl. und Index mit einigen gestochenen Schmuckvignetten im Text, Geprägter Pergamenteinband mit 2 Messingschließern und 5 Schmuckbünden. Quart (gering fleckig/Titelseite fehlt) --- - Mit Aufdruck BMPAR, 1687 - Einband: "Turtleback. 2235
Bookseller: Celler Versandantiquariat [Eicklingen, Germany]
2016-04-16 11:59:52
Zwinner, Electus
Bey Johann Wagnern Buchhandlern (J. Wagner), München 1661 - 8° (27 x 20 cm), OLeder. 1 Titelkupfer, 1 Titel, 12 Blätter (Dedicatio, Vorrede), 660 Seiten (paginiert), 35 Blätter (Register). Mit 17 Kupfertafeln. Von den 3 gefalteten Tafeln ist die erste Tafel nur zur Hälfte im Buch. Die 3. gefaltete Tafel ist am unteren Schnitt überstandig, daher ist der untere Rand mit Läsuren. Zustand außen: Ecken und Kanten stark berieben. Rücken mit Lederfehlstellen oben und unten. Leder brüchig. Innen gesamt sauber und ohne Stockflecken. Bindung fest. Der Preis berücksichtigt den Zustand 660 S. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Buchhandlung W. Neugebauer GmbH & Co.KG
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2016-04-05 12:28:20
GANDARA, Fray Felipe de la
Madrid, por Ioseph Fernández de Buendía, 1661, 29x21 cm., en pergamino, 3+87 folios. (Buen ejemplar)
Bookseller: Fábula Libros (Librería Jiménez-Bravo) [MADRID, Spain]
2016-04-02 19:49:43
Tacitus, C. Cornelii und Marcus Zuerius Boxhorn (Ed.).
Amstelodami, Johannes Janssonium, 1661. Editio Nova Auctior. gest. Frontispiz, Titleblatt mit gestochener Vignette, [4 Bll.], 615 S. 68 S. 12° Ganzpergamenteinband der Zeit mit golgeprägtem Wappensupralibros auf beiden Deckeln und handschriftlichem Rückentitel ( niederländischer Buchpreiseinband Middelburg) Schweiger II, 1002,- (Zur EA 1650). Sehr wohlerhaltene Tacitus Ausgabe in der gesuchten Boxhorn-Edition in hübschen Buchpreiseinband. Der Anhang mit den Anmerkungen von Boxhorn mit dem seperaten Titel. Versand D: 2,00 EUR
Bookseller: Antiquariat Michael Solder
2016-03-29 23:29:41
Stanihursto, Guilielmo und Guillaume Stanihursto :
Antverpiae, Aqud Viduam & Haeredes Joannis Cnobbari. 1661 (MDCLXI).. Ohne Angabe der Auflage. 211 + 230 + 146 Seiten. Plus 8 Seiten Index. 8° (20,5x15,5 cm), Papiereinband der Zeit. Keine Frakturschirft. Exemplar in sehr gutem Erhaltungszustand. Fester und sauberer Buchblock ohne Verfärbungen und Flecken. Das Schriftbild ist sehr deutlich, gut lesbar. Reich gestallteter Stahlstich als Frontispitz. Schöne Gestalltung der Einzelnen Kapitelbeginne. Mit Vignetten versehen. Vorderes Gelenk leicht gelockert und fliegendes Vorsatzblatt bis zur Hälfte lose. In der Mitte des Buches sind zwei Blätter ebenfalls in der unteren Hälfte aus der Bindung gelöst. Gesprenkelte Schnittkante. Einband mit Schmutzspuren und besonders an den Kanten berieben und kleinen Einrissen im Papierbezug. Auf Wunsch senden wir gerne weitere Fotos und Detailinformationen dieses seltenen, schönen Exemplares. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Monographien, Latein, Altertum, Kirchengeschichte, Katholische Kirche
Bookseller: Büchersuchdienst Theologica
2016-02-22 08:20:31
AMIRAULT, Moyse
Leyde, Jean Elzevier, 1661. ______ Format : In-4. [193 x 145 mm] Collation : (8), 368, (2) pp., 2 tableaux dépliants h.-t. Reliure : Maroquin bleu, dos à nerfs ornés, encadrements dorés sur les plats avec armes dorées au centre, tranches dorées. (Reliure du XIXe, Chatelin.). ____ Première édition. Des faits et gestes du célèbre capitaine durant les guerres de religion. Le "Bayard protestant" avait perdu un bras au siège de La Rochelle. Une prothèse en fer lui permettait de tenir les rênes de son cheval. En apprenant la mort François de La Noue (1531-1591), Henri IV s'écria : "Nous perdons un grand homme de guerre et encore plus un grand homme de bien." Bel exemplaire, relié par Antoine Chatelin, aux armes du DUC DE CHARTRES. Intéressante provenance "guerrière". Robert d'Orléans (1840-1910), duc de Chartres, petit-fils de Louis-Philippe a eut une longue carrière militaire. Il a participé dans l'armée piémontaise aux guerres d'unification italiennes, puis aux États-Unis, à la guerre de Sécession, comme aide de camp du général George B. McClellan. Engagé volontaire, sous le pseudonyme de Robert Le Fort, pendant la guerre de 1870, il est devenu chef d'escadron dans l'armée de la Loire. Très bel exemplaire. Willems, 871. Brunet I, 250. *-------* First edition of the life of François de La Noue, called Bras-de-Fer, a famous Huguenot captain (1531-1591), who in 1569 in a battle near La Rochelle had lost his arm, latter replaced by an arm of iron. Fine copy with the arms of Robert d'Orléans, Duke of Chartres, who fought for the Union in the American Civil War, as aide-de-camp of Ge … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude [FRANCE]
2016-02-06 22:26:53
Zeiller, Martin.
Ulm, Georg Wildeysen, 1661. - Dritte (eigentlich 4.) Ausgabe des berühmten Buches, zuerst 1651 erschienen, die letzte von Zeiller bearbeitete. Aus seiner reichen Produktion von geographischen Werken "verdient ein Buch Erwähnung, d. i. sein 'Fidus Achates' . das mit seinem Verzeichnis von Reiserouten durch Europa und praktischen Anweisungen und Rathschlägen für Reisende nicht mit Unrecht der 'erste Baedeker in deutscher Sprache' genannt wurde" (Waldberg in der ADB). Beschrieben werden 160 Reisen und weitere im Anhang durch ganz Europa, so von und nach Madrid, Rom, Paris, Hamburg, Berlin, Danzig u.v.a.m., jeweils mit kurzen Hinweisen zu Entfernungen, Reiserouten und -zeiten. Der Holzschnitt-Titel, dat. 1653, mit einer Karte von Germania und einer kleinen Ansicht von Ulm, verso wie der Drucktitel alt gestempelt. – Gelegentlich Wurmspuren im weißen Rand, sonst sehr gutes Exemplar des in allen Auflagen sehr seltenen Werkes. – VD17 3:003161X. – Bibliographisch nur bei Richter, Bibl. Geogr. Germ., S. 183 erfasst. In keiner der bekannten Barocksammlungen verzeichnet.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Braecklein
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2016-02-05 13:48:53
Montemayor, Jorge de.
Nürnberg, Michael Endter, 1661. - Zweite deutsche Ausgabe des bedeutenden europäischen Schäferromans in der Bearbeitung Harsdörffers, so zuerst 1646 erschienen; beide Ausgaben sind äußerst selten. Der Roman war bereits 1619 von Kuefstein übersetzt und veröffentlicht worden. Harsdörffer überarbeitete diesen Text, passte ihn den Lebensverhältnisen des städtischen Patriziats an und fügte als Teil 3 die deutsche Fassung von Gil Polos 'Los cinos libros de la Diana enamorada' (1564) hinzu, die er unter Berücksichtigung der lat. Fassung von Caspar von Barths 'Erotodiscalus' (1625) übersetzte. Der unvollendete Roman Montemayors (1559) mit seinen Liebesgeschichten in ländlicher Szenerie war von größtem Einfluss auf die europäische Schäferdichtung. Dieses spanisch geschriebene Buch des Portugiesen Montemayor (um 1520-1561) war das erste Werk einer neuen Gattung auf der Iberischen Halbinsel, die Sannazaro ('Arcadia' 1504) in Anknüpfung an den Hirtenroman 'Daphnis und Cloe' in die europäische Literatur wiedereingeführt hatte. "Unter dem Einfluß der 'Diana' des Montemayor entstanden sowohl die 'Arcadia' (1590) des Engländers Philip Sidney, die ihrerseits in Deutschland von Martin Opitz bearbeitet wurde, als auch die 'Astrée' (1610) des Franzosen Honoré d'Urfé" (KNLL). "Mit der Hauptfabel des Romans, der unglücklichen Liebe des Schäfers Sereno zur Schäferin Diana, sind mehrere Nebengeschichten verbunden. Trotz der vorherrschenden Idyllik spielt dies alles nicht in einem erfundenen Arkadien, sondern ist hineingestellt in die Berge der spanischen Landschaft León . Die Naturschilderungen er … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Braecklein
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2016-02-04 17:09:50
Croke, George, approximately 1560-1642, reporter
Printed by R. Hodgkinsonne [first volume]; Printed by T. Newcomb and W. Godbid [second volume]; Printed by and for John Field and Tho. Newcomb [third volume], London, 1661. frontises [the same frontis appears in each volume], [26], 669, [2], [32], 700, [20], [32], 920, [46]p. Old leather. Second and third volumes recently rebacked in a far different shade of brown and without titles labels on the new backstrip. Height varies slightly; first volume slightly under 28cm. and the other two volumes progressively measure slightly over 28cm. Joints splitting on the first volume and have been rather stiffly reglued. The frontis and title-page in the first volume are chipped and fragile; contents in all three volumes otherwise sound. Ex lib. (Lancr. Law Library Association) with rather discreet stamps on front covers and title-pages. Numerous pen strokes and a few written notes in margins in some portions of text, mostly in the first volume. Two former owner's names (Wm. Montgomery and David Thompson, with the latter dated 1767). Croke's reports were translated from the original law French by his son-in-law Harbottle Grimston. According to Croke's entry in "The History of Parliament: The House of Commons 1558-1603" edited by P. W. Hasler, these three volumes by Croke ". soon occupied a considerable place in the authoritative literature of the common law." [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: McBlain Books, ABAA [Hamden, CT, U.S.A.]
2016-02-04 17:09:50
Croke, George, approximately 1560-1642, reporter
London: Printed by R. Hodgkinsonne [first volume]; Printed by T. Newcomb and W. Godbid [second volume]; Printed by and for John Field and Tho. Newcomb [third volume], 1661. 1st ed. of each volume. Hardcover. Good. frontises [the same frontis appears in each volume], [26], 669, [2], [32], 700, [20], [32], 920, [46]p. Old leather. Second and third volumes recently rebacked in a far different shade of brown and without titles labels on the new backstrip. Height varies slightly; first volume slightly under 28cm. and the other two volumes progressively measure slightly over 28cm. Joints splitting on the first volume and have been rather stiffly reglued. The frontis and title-page in the first volume are chipped and fragile; contents in all three volumes otherwise sound. Ex lib. (Lancr. Law Library Association) with rather discreet stamps on front covers and title-pages. Numerous pen strokes and a few written notes in margins in some portions of text, mostly in the first volume. Two former owner's names (Wm. Montgomery and David Thompson, with the latter dated 1767). Croke's reports were translated from the original law French by his son-in-law Harbottle Grimston. According to Croke's entry in "The History of Parliament: The House of Commons 1558-1603" edited by P. W. Hasler, these three volumes by Croke "... soon occupied a considerable place in the authoritative literature of the common law."
Bookseller: McBlain Books
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2016-02-01 17:18:15
FORSTNER, Christoph von.
Frankfurt, Beyer 1661 [eig. 1662]. 2 Tle. in 1 Bd. 12°. 4 Bll., 389 S. Mit gest. Titel u. Titelvign. Pgmt. d. Zt.VD17 3:308547E; ADB VII, 192 - Beigeb.: Ders. Christophori Forstneri Austrii, Ad Libros Annalium XI. XII. XIII. C. Cornelii Taciti, Notae Politicae. Quae sunt Continuatio Notarum Politicarum Eiusdem Authoris, Ad sex Libros priores. Ebda. 1662. 451 S., 13 Bll. (Index). Mit Titelvign. (VD17 39:132974C). - Christoph Forstner (1598 auf Schloß Birckenstein in Oberösterreich - 1667 Mömpelgard), Politiker, Schriftsteller, württembergischer Kanzler. Versand D: 4,00 EUR Geschichte, Politik, Altertumswissenschaft
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag
2016-02-01 03:46:31
Gillet de la Tessonnerie.
Schleswig, Johann Holwein, 1661. Kl.-8°. Mit illustr. Kupfertitel. 7 Bll., 210 (recte 200) S., Mod. marmor. Ppbd. Dritte dt. Ausgabe (zuerst 1659) von Gillets „L\'art de regner ou le sage gouverneur“ in der Übersetzung von Benjamin Knobloch (1643-1666). - In diesem Drama kommen neben dem „Jungen Printz“ und dem „Hoffmeister“ noch zahlreiche andere Personen der römischen Antike vor. - Gillet de la Tessonnerie lieferte mit seinem Stück „Desniaisé“ die Vorlage zu Molières Komödie „Le Docteur amoureux“. - Ecken tlw. m. kl. Knickspuren. Tlw. etw. gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig. - VD17, 23:677332Z; vgl. Goedeke III, 221, 37 (Ausgabe 1660); Bircher B 709. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Gillet de la Tessonnerie, Die Regier-Kunst, Oder Der kluge Hoffmeister. In einer Tragico-Comoedie von Mons. Gillet bevorhin vorgestellet; Anjetzo aber ans [sic!] dem Frantzösischen übersetzet Von Benjamin Knobloch, Jaura-Sil, Drama, Dramen, Fürstenspiegel
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes
2016-01-24 23:39:58
Pieter MORTIER (1661–1711). Amsterdam 1695. Copper engraving with full original colour and mounted text in the middle (Margins partly re-backed with small repaired tear in the lower right corner, otherwise in a good condition): 42,5 x 52,5 cm (21 x 17 inches).
- Highly decorative folio size table of contents with stunning original colour from Atlas Nouveau by Pierre Mortier, shows Atlas on the left-hand side, the personification of Geography on the right, and an interior of a library with ancient geographers on the bottom. Pierre Mortier (1661-1711) was one of the most prominent commercial map publishers of his era. A Dutchman of French Huguenot extraction he maintained privileged contacts in Paris, and found ways to find financial advantage from new French geographic discoveries. Based in Amsterdam, Mortier benefitted from the Dutch Republic’s highly developed print market and lenient censorship laws. After his death, the business was continued by his heirs who later forged a partnership with Jean Covens, forming the firm of Covens & Mortier, which operated until 1774.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dasa Pahor
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2016-01-09 11:01:50
- Das Book of Kells enthält so manche Miniatur des frühen Mittelalters, die zu den schönsten zählt, die je geschaffen wurde. Bis auf zwei sind alle Seiten dieser Handschrift mit einer fast unbeschreiblichen Fülle symbolträchtiger und mystischer Malerei ausgeschmückt. Die Handschrift beeindruckt sowohl in der Anzahl als auch in der Größe der Pergamentseiten, die durchschnittlich die Maße von 33 x 25 cm aufweisen. Es wurde nicht für den täglichen Gebrauch und auch nicht für das Studium gefertigt, sondern sollte ein geheiligtes Werk sein und an hohen Festtagen auf dem Altar das Wort Gottes repräsentieren. Das Book of Kells wurde vermutlich im Kloster Iona um das Jahr 800 von unbekannten, genialen Künstlern geschaffen. Ein erster Hinweis auf seine Existenz findet sich in einem Bericht von 1007 über einen Diebstahl in der Kirche von Kells, in dem das Buch "Das große Evangeliar des Columcille, die Hauptreliquie der westlichen Welt" genannt wird. Bald darauf wurde das in Kells vergrabene Buch aufgefunden. Es blieb in Kells, bis man es während der Regierungszeit Cromwells aus Sicherheitsgründen nach Dublin brachte. Um 1661 übergab es Henry Jones, Bischof von Meath, dem Trinity College. Seither wird es in der Bibliothek des College in Dublin gehütet.Das Book of Kells enthält vor allem die vier Evangelien. Aber auch andere Texte fanden Aufnahme: etwa am Anfang der Handschrift Kanontafeln, die die Konkordanzverzeichnisse enthalten, die von Eusebius von Cäsarea zusammengestellt worden waren, oder für das Kloster Kells wichtige besitzrechtliche Urkunden. Der lateinische Text wurde in st … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Karl Heinz Schmitz
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2015-12-21 18:29:04
Alchemie - [Siebmacher, Johann Ambrosius]:
- In Franckfurt am Mäyn, Bey Christoff le Blon / [Coburg], Bey Friedrich Gruners seel. Erben zufinden, 1661, 1639. 206 S., mit gestoch. Frontispiz, 1 kl. Textholzschnitt (S.37) u. zwei Vignetten / 128 S., Kl.-8°, Neues Pergament Zu 1: Ferguson II, S.384; Wolfstieg 42159; Caillet 10185. Erschien erstmals 1619 in Frankfurt bei Lucas Jennis (vgl. Cimelia Rhodostaurotica 152; Rosenthal 793; Schmieder S.352; Kopp II, S.393). - Enthält: (1) Wasserstein der Weisen [.] (S.1-127). - (2) Johann von Mesung: Beweiß der Natur [.] (S.128-148). - (3) [Johann von Mesung]: Gegenantwort des Alchymisten [.] (S.148-164). - (4) Nicolai Flamelli: Ein kurtzer Tractat / genandt Summarium philosophicum (S.164-174). - (5) Via Veritatis (S.175-199). - (6) Prima Responsio. Deß F.R.C. an etliche ihnen zugethanen abgelassen (S.200-206). // Zu 2: Duveen S.432; Ferguson II, S.139 (Ausg. 1692); Caillet (Ausg. 1692, fälschlicherweise als 1662 angegeben). - Siebmacher durchgehend gebräunt u. tlw. etwas fleckig, ein professionell hinterlegter Einriss (S.58); das angebundene Werk ebenfalls gebräunt, mit vielen kl. Bleistiftmarkierungen am Rand u. kl. sachkundigen Marginalien; sonst ein gutes Expl.
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Hans-Jürgen Lange
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