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2018-12-14 21:04:21
QUEVEDO Y VILLEGAS (Dom Francisco)
En Brussels, De la emprenta de Francisco Foppens [i.e. François Foppens], Impressor y Mercader de Libros, 1661. In-4 (212 x 167 mm), plein veau brun marbré de l’époque, dos à 5 nerfs orné de compartiments richement dorés, filets à froid en encadrement sur les plats, roulette sur les coupes, tranches rouges, (4), 492 [i.e. 488] p., (20), 93 p., impression sur 2 colonnes, grande vignette de titre gravée sur bois répété p. 492, lettrines, bandeaux et culs-de-lampe. Première édition de l’œuvre poétique de Quevedo publiée hors d’Espagne, la plus recherchée pour son l’exactitude, l’élégance de sa typographie et de sa présentation. Des exemplaires non vendus de ce volume furent adjoints postérieurement (1670) par l’imprimeur à une édition en 2 volumes des œuvres en prose de Quevedo. Un supplément de 93 pages, en pagination particulière et en fin de volume, contient: "Epicteto y Policlides en español con consonantes. Con el Origen de los Estoicos y su defensa contra Plutarco, y la defensa de Epicuro, contra la común opinión". (Sur la doctrine d’Épictète, de Phocylide et des stoïciens en général). (Peeters-Fontainas & Frédéric, 'Impressions espagnoles des Pays-Bas méridionaux', 1088. Palau, 243729: "Buena edición"). Bel exemplaire, très frais, très bien relié à l’époque. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie HATCHUEL [PARIS, France]
2018-12-12 23:51:04
ḢUSAIN IBN 'ALĪ, Al-Ṫughrā'ī
Oxford: Apud R. Davis, 1661. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. One of the first Arabic books published in England! In the early 17th-century, English scholar Edward Pococke took a special interest in Oriental studies, focusing on Arabic and Hebrew manuscripts while he lived in the Levant. Upon his return to England, he was given the position of professor of Arabic at Oxford where he began work on a course of Lectures upon the Proverbs ascribed to Caliph 'Ali'. Pococke used these proverbs, as well as 'Carmen Tograi' to help teach Arabic grammar, the latter he translated into Latin and included an extensive commentary in 1661. The 'Lamiyyat al-Ajam' or as it is more commonly known 'Carmen Tograi' or 'The Traveler', is an early 12th-century Arabic poem written by Arab alchemist Husain Ibn Ali al-Tughrai. (Russell, p.64). This work was originally written in 59 stanzas, each ending in the same letter - a trait highly admired by Arabic-speaking lands. (Toomer, p.212). In addition to the poetry and commentary, this work features a Latin/Arabic prosody, or poetic dictionary, by Samuel Clarke which describes the words, meter, and rhythmic interest of the Arabic poem. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-12-11 08:21:21
STILLINGFLEET, Edward
London: R.W. for Henry Mortlock, 1661. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. Edward Stillingfleet was a 17th-century British theologian known for his defensive views on Anglicanism. His first work, which (negatively) set the tone for his literary career, was 'The Irenicum', a work which advocated for compromise between the Presbyterian and Anglican Orthodox churches. While the root of the work is founded in theological church models and structures, Stillingfleet covers a variety of philosophical ideas including the state of natural law. According to Morison and Richardson, "'The Irenicum' was set forth the assuage the spirit of sectarian bitterness; it was an attempt to show that there was no plan of Church Order laid down in the New Testament; and it bears just as strongly against notions of divine institution of Presbyterianism." 'Irenicum' was published before the church was re-established and contributed to debates about ecclesiastical restoration by showing the legitimacy of obeying decisions on rites and worship left undetermined in the Bible. (Rose, p.141ff). Stillingfleet made controversial claims about the legal authority the church had over the law - however, he did push the concept of strict obedience to the law as it was divinely inspired. Moreover, the church was responsible for advising on the content of the laws, but the actual governing power and law enforcement remained with the magistrate. (Rose, 143).
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-12-09 09:03:04
Husain Ibn Ali al-Tughrai
1661 1ed Carmen Tograi ARABIC Poetry Pococke Oriental Islam Alchemy Ali Tughrai One of the first Arabic books published in England! In the early 17th-century, English scholar Edward Pococke took a special interest in Oriental studies, focusing on Arabic and Hebrew manuscripts while he lived in the Levant. Upon his return to England, he was given the position of professor of Arabic at Oxford where he began work on a course of Lectures upon the Proverbs ascribed to Caliph ‘Ali’. Pococke used these proverbs, as well as ‘Carmen Tograi’ to help teach Arabic grammar, the latter he translated into Latin and included an extensive commentary in 1661. The ‘Lamiyyat al-Ajam’ or as it is more commonly known ‘Carmen Tograi’ or ‘The Traveler’, is an early 12th-century Arabic poem written by Arab alchemist Husain Ibn Ali al-Tughrai. (Russell, p.64). This work was originally written in 59 stanzas, each ending in the same letter – a trait highly admired by Arabic-speaking lands. (Toomer, p.212). In addition to the poetry and commentary, this work features a Latin/Arabic prosody, or poetic dictionary, by Samuel Clarke which describes the words, meter, and rhythmic interest of the Arabic poem. Item number: #5142 Price: $2950 HUSAIN IBN 'ALI, Al-Tughra'i Lamiato 'l Ajam, Carmen Tograi, poetae Arabis doctissimi; una cum versione Latina, & notis praxin illius exhibentibus: opera E. Pocockii . Accessit tractatus de prosodia Arabica Oxonii : Apud R. Davis, 1661. First edition. Details: Collation: Complete with all pages; 2 parts in 1 Part I – “Carmen Tograi” [22], [1 blank], 21, [1], 233, [88] Par … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2018-12-07 07:27:06
Zaragoza: Por Augustin Verges, A los Senales, 1661. 8°: [4 pp.], bound in modern marbled paper (Very Good, some light even toning and wear along gutter but not affecting text). ZARAGOZA IMPRINT - TURKISH WARS - ANGLO-PORTUGUESE ALLIANCE: A very rare Zaragoza imprint covering events across Europe during the late spring and early summer of 1661, focussing on the Ottoman takeover of Transylvania, the Venetian-Ottoman conflict in both Dalmatia and Crete, as well as the renewal of the Anglo-Portuguese Alliance that would ultimately secure Lisbon’s long-term independence from Madrid. This intriguing little work, printed in Zaragoza, covers major events across Europe that occurred in the late spring and early summer of 1661; notably, the Ottoman takeover of Transylvania, the VenetianOttoman conflict in both Dalmatia and Crete, as well as the renewal of the Anglo-Portuguese Alliance that would ultimately ensure Lisbon’s independence from Madrid. The publisher, Augustín Verges, would have gleaned the information from foreign newspapers and broadsides. In Spain, during this period before regular newsletters were common (Spain’s first newspaper, the Gaceta de Madrid, an official government organ, was founded in 1661) and when all publishing was heavily censored, the public depended upon officially licensed pamphlets and broadsides for knowledge of current events abroad. The present work is very rare. Vague bibliographical references indicate that there are perhaps a couple of other examples in institutions, although we cannot trace their whereabouts (perhaps they are in provincial Spa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dasa Pahor [München, Germany]
2018-12-03 00:25:01
CELLARIUS, Andreas.
Amsterdam,: Johannes Janssonius, 1661. DescriptionFirst edition, second issue. Folio (508 by 335mm), engraved allegorical title by F.H. van Hoven and 29 double-page astronomical maps, all finely coloured by a contemporary hand, title heightened in gold and silver, charts heightened in gold, title with areas of oxidisation, contemporary armorial red morocco gilt, gilt panelled sides with gilt fleurons in corners of central panel and gilt decorations composed of drawer handle and other tools filling the broad outer frame at the four corners, spine gilt with eight raised bands. NotesThe finest celestial atlas ever realized.The first 21 sumptuous Baroque style charts beautifully represent the three competing astronomical models of the day: the Ptolemaic, Copernican and the Tychonic. The Ptolemaic was the oldest of the celestial theories, and, until the beginning of the sixteenth century, was the accepted doctrine on planetary motion. Ptolemy proposed a geocentric solar system with the sun, planets, and fixed stars borne on concentric spherical shells orbiting a stationary earth. The theory was endorsed by the church, who saw it as reinforcing mans position at the centre of Gods universe, and approved of the dichotomy between the ever-changing sinful earth and the immutable motion of the heavens. The theory was given some scientific credence by the father of physics: Aristotle. By the turn of the sixteenth century and the dawn of the Age of Discovery, however, the model was beginning to show signs of age. The star charts and tables used for navigation on the high seas were soon … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books [United Kingdom]
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2018-11-20 08:36:21
STILLINGFLEET, Edward
1661 Stillingfleet Irenicum Anglican Church Government vs Presbyterian ENGLISH Edward Stillingfleet was a 17th-century British theologian known for his defensive views on Anglicanism. His first work, which (negatively) set the tone for his literary career, was ‘The Irenicum’, a work which advocated for compromise between the Presbyterian and Anglican Orthodox churches. While the root of the work is founded in theological church models and structures, Stillingfleet covers a variety of philosophical ideas including the state of natural law. According to Morison and Richardson, “‘The Irenicum’ was set forth the assuage the spirit of sectarian bitterness; it was an attempt to show that there was no plan of Church Order laid down in the New Testament; and it bears just as strongly against notions of divine institution of Presbyterianism.” ‘Irenicum’ was published before the church was re-established and contributed to debates about ecclesiastical restoration by showing the legitimacy of obeying decisions on rites and worship left undetermined in the Bible. (Rose, p.141ff). Stillingfleet made controversial claims about the legal authority the church had over the law – however, he did push the concept of strict obedience to the law as it was divinely inspired. Moreover, the church was responsible for advising on the content of the laws, but the actual governing power and law enforcement remained with the magistrate. (Rose, 143). Item number: #5033 Price: $599 STILLINGFLEET, Edward Irenicum : a weapon-salve for the churches wounds : or, the divine right of particular forms of churc … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2018-11-15 08:27:14
DUDLEY, Robert
Florence,: Giuseppe Cocchini, , 1661.. Engraved map. Map showing the coastlines of China, Taiwan and Japan bordering the East China Sea. From the ‘Arcano del Mare', one the “greatest atlases of the world” (Wardington). First published in 1646 when its author, Robert Dudley, was 73, it was not only the first sea atlas of the world, but also the first to use Mercator's projection; the earliest to show magnetic deviation; the first to show currents and prevailing winds; the first to expound the advantages of ‘Great Circle Sailing' – the shortest distance between two points on a globe; and “perhaps less importantly the first sea-atlas to be compiled by an Englishman, albeit abroad in Italy” (Wardington). Robert Dudley (1573–1649) was the son of the Earl of Leicester (the one time favourite of Elizabeth I) and Lady Douglas Sheffield, the widow of Lord Sheffield. Although born out of wedlock, Robert received the education and privileges of a Tudor nobleman. He seems to have been interested in naval matters from an early age, and in 1594, at the age of 21, he led an expedition to the Orinoco River and Guiana. His success upon the high-seas was not matched, unfortunately, by his luck at court, and at the beginning of the seventeenth century he was forced to flee, along with his cousin Elizabeth Southwell, to Europe. Eventually he ended up in Florence at the court of Grand Duke Ferdinand I of Tuscany, where he not only married his cousin and converted to Catholicism, but also help Ferdinand wage war against the Mediterranean pirates. In his spare time he set about his great life' … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books [United Kingdom]
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2018-11-13 22:41:21
Vlachos Cretensi, Gerasimos:
Venice Andreas Julianus, 1661. First and only edition.4to (230 x 170 mm). (20) leaves, 323 pp. Engraved title. Contemporary soft boards (cartone rustica) with pieces missing on spine and upper cover. Leaf M1 with a small piece cut off in the inner blank margin. Gerasimos Vlachos (1607?1685), Greek scholar of the Renaissance, born in Crete, migrated to Venice, where he studied under Theophilos Korydaleus. Wrote on Grammars, rhetorics, theology and philosophy; only a few of his works have been published. It is said that he ?evolved into one of the most important Greek intellectuals of the 17th century? (Nikolaos Panagiotakes, El Greco: The Cretan Years, p. 19). The Harmonia definitiva seems to be a rare book: there are copies in Oxford, Cambridge, Heidelberg, two in Italy and one in France only. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Dinter [Cologne, N/A, Germany]
2018-11-11 14:53:20
Le Moyne, Pierre
Paris: Claude Barbin, 1661. 12mo, pp. [110], 309, [3]; 251, [16], [4]; with genuine blank [N12] at the end of vol. I and the 2 leaves of preliminaries for vol. II bound in at the back; extra engraved title-p., and 20 full-page engraved portraits of women by Claude Vignon; woodcut ornaments and initials; leaf e3 with marginal tear; all else about fine in an attractive full crimson morocco binding of the 19th century, a.e.g., gilt lettered direct on spine. "In 1647, La Gallerie des Femmes fortes by the Jesuit Pierre Le Moyne, the admired court poet, was published by Antoine de Sommaville. Dedicated to Anne of Austria, the work is composed of twenty chapters, written in both verse and prose, celebrating notable women of Jewish, Christian, and Pagan origin...In these beautiful engravings of women, we find in our artist the profound sense of taste for the heroines, filled with grace, passion, and melodrama" (Pacht-Bassani). The portraits include Salome, Artemise, Lucrece, Jeanne d'Arc, and a dramatic portrait of Marie Stuart.
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [Saint Paul, Minnesota, US]
2018-11-11 14:53:20
Flávio Josefo
Very good - with a restoration on the face without reaching the text. JOSEFO ( Flávio ) - GIOSEFFO / FLAVIO / HISTORICO / Delle Antichità, e Guerre Giudaiche / BIVISIO IN VINTISETTE LIBRI / Compartiti in tre Parti. Nella Prima si tratta della Creatione del Mondo fino alla Guerra / di Sennacherib, nella seconda del tornar che tenea li Giudei in Gierusalem fino / alla discordia frà Giudei , e Filadelfi, nella terza delle Guerre, che / hebbero gli Hebrei con Romani. / NEL / ... / Tradotto in italiano per M Pietro Lauro Modonese / ( VINHETA ORNAMENTAL ) / IN VENETIA, Appresso li Milochi. M DC LXI ( 1661 ). In 8º {30} + 268 ( aliás 266 ) + 264 + {2} + 332 p. ; Enc. de pergaminho da época.; In 8º (160mmX220mm).; Cf. Brunet: III, Col. 569-573; O autor nasceu em Jerusalém, no ano 37 e veio a morrer em Roma, no ano de 98. Historiador Judeu apologista judaico-romano,« descendente de uma linhagem de im portantes sacerdotes e reis », pertencia a seita dos fariseus. Veio a Roma, numa embaixada com a finalidade de conseguir o perdão de uns sacerdotes judeus condenados pelo Pro-cônsul Félix. Organizou na Galileia a resistência aos Romanos, vindo a ser preso. Amigo do Imperador Vespasiano, veio a ser libertado, vindo a morrer em Roma. Edição italiana deste trabalho, que é um dos mais importante da sua obra. Trata da famosa « Antiguidades Judaicas » que está dividida em três partes, « a primeira trata da Revolta Judaica »; « a segunda Conta a História do Mundo Sob um Perspetiva Judaica » e por fim a « terceira Trata do Período Que Viu a Separação Definitiva do Cristianismo do Judaísmo e as … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bookskeeper [Lisboa, PT]
2018-11-09 00:16:27
DUDLEY, Robert
Florence, 1661. Florence,, 1661.. Engraved chart. Robert Dudley's map of Iceland and the Faroe Islands, from his great atlas ‘Arcano del Mare'. The map shows Iceland in beautifully engraved detail, enlivened by an erupting Mount Hekla. To the lower left is Frislandia, a phantom island that often appeared on maps of the area. The term “Frisland” may have originally referred to Iceland, but after the Zeno map of 1558 it was often shown as a different landmass, with totally fictional place names. The ‘Arcano del Mare' is one the “greatest atlases of the world” (Wardington). First published in 1646 when its author, Robert Dudley, was 73, it was not only the first sea atlas of the world, but also the first to use Mercator's projection; the earliest to show magnetic deviation; the first to show currents and prevailing winds; the first to expound the advantages of ‘Great Circle Sailing' – the shortest distance between two points on a globe; and “perhaps less importantly the first sea-atlas to be compiled by an Englishman, albeit abroad in Italy” (Wardington). Robert Dudley (1573–1649) was the son of the Earl of Leicester (the one time favourite of Elizabeth I) and Lady Douglas Sheffield, the widow of Lord Sheffield. Although born out of wedlock, Robert received the education and privileges of a Tudor nobleman. He seems to have been interested in naval matters from an early age, and in 1594, at the age of 21, he led an expedition to the Orinoco River and Guiana. His success upon the high-seas was not matched, unfortunately, by his luck at court, and at the beginning of the seve … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books [United Kingdom]
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2018-11-03 16:30:43
EMBLEMATA - Camerarius / Camerario: 1661 Symbolorum et Emblematum 4 parts in 1 The description of this item has been automatically translated. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. SYMBOLORUM AND EMBLEMATUM EX RE HERBARIA [EX ANIMALIBUS QUADRUPEDIBUS] [EX VOLATILIBUS ET INSECTIS] [EX AQUATILIBUS ET REPTILIBUS] DESUMTORUM CENTURIA A [ALTERS; TERTIA; 4TH] Collecta IOACHIMO CAMERARIO DOCTOR NORINBERG In quibus descriptæ stirpium property- TES historiae ac sententiae not memorabiles paucae breuiter exponuntur. Moenum: impensis Johannis Ammonij, 1661 Precious seventeenth-century figurative with 400 carvings, artwork consisting of 4 partsbound in 1 volume. rare Edition of the work of Joachim Camerarius the younger (1534-1598; doctor, botanist and German naturalist of Nuremberg ) Stampata in Germany noEl 1661, with Latin text, composed of 4 centuries with 100 valuable engravings in each party(total of 400 engravings) and detailed textual descriptions that illustrate various emblems. Tying post. in full vellum, gilt titles and ribs at the back. The specimen preserves the front. the first part, and all 400 engravings included in four parts, which depict flowers and plants, animals quadrupeds, birds, and insects, fish, invertebrates, reptiles and more. 1 vol in 4o, mm. 188x155, cc 102-102-1 cb-104-101. Tying post. in full vellum. Golden titlesto back out of coloured pieces. Dark cuts. This front 1. on 4, with titles within the figurative picture frame. With 400 engravings n.t. IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. The work presents some typographical errors with some error in … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Calligrammes [Roma, IT]
2018-10-30 07:32:00
Francis Bacon
London: Printed by S. Griffin, for William Lee. Condition: Good. Stated Second Edition, 1661, folio, recent calf spine, contemporary leather boards, very good, lacking frontispiece portrait, (26) 323 (1) pp. including errata at end of p. 323; (2) 122 (2) pp. Boards somewhat edgeworn and corners rounded, text has light worming to bottom margin of the preliminary pages.
Bookseller: Caliban Books [Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US]
2018-10-26 16:42:45
KIRCHER, Athanasius
Typis Vitale Mascardi. Nineteenth century full vellum, spine lettered in manuscript. Slight affecting top right blank margin of last page of the text (not affecting any text, please see the photos). For more information please see photos. "Please contact me for more questions.". KIRCHER, Athanasius Diatribe de prodigiosi Crucibus: Roma: Vitale Mascardi, 1661. Item #03235 First Edition of One of the Rarest of Athanasius Kircher's Books "Post-Vesuvius Crosses" KIRCHER, Athanasius. Diatribe de prodigiosi Crucibus: quae tam supra vestes hominum, quam res alias, non pridem post vltimum incendium Vesuuij Montis Neapoli Comparuerunt. Roma: Vitale Mascardi, 1661. First edition. Small octavo (6 1/2 x 4 1/16 inches; 164 x 103 mm). [viii], 103, [1, blank] pp., one fold-out plate. Roman and italic type. Woodcut initials, head- tailpieces. "During 1661 a further work was published by Kircher which brought a refreshingly rational approach to a problem worrying the people of Naples. Mysterious crosses had been appearing on clothing and all manner of fabrics. In this Diatribe de prodigiosis crucibus Kircher proved that the suspected indication of heavenly wrath was little more than the presence in the air around Vesuvius-dominated Naples of minute specks of volcanic ash, settling on the texture of woven cloth." (John Fletcher. A study of the life and works of Athanasius Kircher, p. 51). One of the rarest of all works in first edition by Kircher and near impossible to find in the marketplace, Diatribe de Prodigiosis Crucibus "attempts to explain the uncanny appearance of crosses on clothing … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: persianshaodw [Stillwater, Oklahoma, US]
2018-10-25 16:05:21
Incisione a bulino f. 54 x 40, es. mancante del margine bianco sinistro, gli altri tre margini di mm.5 ca. l'uno. Rara veduta proveniente dall'opera "Compagnoni - Reggia Picena, 1661": la veduta doveva essere inserita nell'Opera ma, per dimenticanza, ciò non avvenne; accortisi dell'errore fu inserita solo in pochi esemplari perchè nel frattempo le tavole furono tutte distrutte dall'incendio della tipografia.
Bookseller: Galleria Garisenda [IT]
2018-10-25 02:01:06
FER, Nicolas de.
, . . Ad 1: Muller, Historieplaten 3034a; cf. Pastoureau, Atlas français, IX A & H (pp. 203-209, 213); ad 2: Muller, Historieplaten 3034a; Pastoureau, Les atlas français XVIe-XVIIe siècles, Fer VIII B? (p. 203, cf. pp. 201-203). Splendid atlas of fortifications of the cities of Europe (plus Malta and some other Mediterranean sites), combined with a maritime atlas of the French coasts, published by Pieter Mortier (1661-1711). Both are based on the similar publications of Nicolas de Fer (1646-1720) and falsely indicate that they were published by him.Ad 1: The atlas of fortified cities of Europe. Many of the plans show the work of the greatest 17th-century masters of the art and science of fortification, including Samuel Marolois, Simon Stevin and Sébastien Le Prestre de Vauban. The last two parts contain primarily smaller maps, printed 4 to the page. Ad 2: The maritime atlas of the coasts of France. It also shows the fortifications along the coasts, so it complements the fortifications atlas and was clearly designed to match it in format and style. With the caption of one plate cut off and 2 plates and 1 letterpress title-page somewhat browned. Further in good condition. A couple plates are bound in the wrong volume. A splendid fortifications atlas.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2018-10-20 18:11:31
Ruette, Antoine [fl 1644 - 1669] - Binding Attributed to.
Paris: Chez Anthoine Ruette, 1661. 1st edition thus. [2], 468 pp. Text printed in red & black. Engraved title leaf. 3 copperplates (included in pagination). Tailpieces. 8vo. 7-3/8" x 4-3/4". Full deep maroon morocco binding, attributed to Antoine Ruette, decorated with gilt stamped fleurs-des-lis & Crowned "L"s. AEG. Marbled paper paste-downs. Modest binding wear, with front joint starting at top 1.5". Bookplate of Lucius Wilmergding. No free eps. Title leaf beginning to detach. Catalogue description [Wilmerding Sale, 1951] affixed to rear paste-down, wherein this book is described. Withal, a VG copy. Item #34932. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: tavistockbooks [Alameda, California, US]
2018-10-14 23:29:35
KIRCHER, Athanasius
Roma: Typis Vitale Mascardi, 1661. Nineteenth century full vellum, spine lettered in manuscript. Slight affecting top right blank margin of last page of the text (not affecting any text, please see the photos). For more information please see photos. "Please contact me for more questions.". [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: persianshaodw [Stillwater, Oklahoma, US]
2018-10-08 08:25:01
ANT. FABRI [ANTONIO FABRO - ANTOINE FAVRE]
PHIL. BORDE LAURENTII ARNAUD ET CLAUD. RIGAUD, 1661. In-4 36 x 23,5 pp. 12-822-32, legatura piena pergamena con titolo manoscritto in bella grafia lungo tutto il dorso. Frontespizio bicromo con vignetta incisa in rame "Semina fortunae geminat, cum tempore virtus", margini ampi. Fioriture e bruniture tipiche della carta Lionese di metà seicento, leggero alone al margine inferiore interno (bianco) di alcune pagine, peraltro esemplare ben conservato e piuttosto rarto. "Cum triplici INDICE copiosissimo I. Principiorum & Conclusionum Iuris, qua hic proponuntur, explicantur, aut demonstrantur. II. Legum emendatarum aut explicatarum. III. Authorum, quorum opiniones recensentur, vel probantur, aut refelluntu - Huic postremae demum editioni accesserunt, quae hactenus ab omnibus defiderabantur - Summaria fingulis capitibus praefixa, ad facilioremeorum, utpotè prolixum, deinceps lectionem deducentia": Latino
Bookseller: Libreria Arca Dei Libri [IT]
2018-10-06 01:26:34
Walker, Linda M.
Imprint unknown, 1971. Condition: Very Good. Illustrated in colour and in monochrome. 128 pages. Robust packaging. 1st class post to the UK, Airmail worldwide. [Attributes: In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: M Godding Books [DEVIZES, WILTSHIRE, GB]
2018-10-02 21:27:18
GALILEI, Galileo.) SALUSBURY, Thomas, trans.
London: printed by William Leybourn, 1661. 2 parts in 1 volume as issued, folio (338 x 219 mm). Nineteenth-century half calf, brown cloth sides with the emblem of University College London stamped in gilt, marbled endpapers. Bound without half-title and errata leaf. Minor rubbing to binding, trivial splits to first plate folds, tiny chip to PP1, XX1, HHH, XXX2 FFFF1, small chip to corner of MMM4, small burnhole to GGGG2, none of these affecting text. Stain in bottom corner of final section, with last few leaves a little frayed, creased and soiled. A well-preserved, crisp copy. With 4 folding plates, numerous printed diagrams and woodcut and copper engravings in text. First edition in English of Galileo's Dialogo, the major work to be included in volume I, and the first vernacular translation in any language. The Systeme of the World, followed by the short but important Epistle to the Grand Dutchesse Mother concerning the Authority of Holy Scripture in Philosophical Controversies (known today as the Letter to Christina), was only the second work of Galileo's to be published in England. It preceded the Latin edition, published in London by Thomas Dicas, by two years and remained the only vernacular translation for two centuries. Apart from the two works by Galileo, Salusbury included seven other translations from Italian and Latin in volume I of his Collections. The second volume, including an extensive life of Galileo in part two, was published in 1665 but almost totally destroyed in the Great Fire of London. The Brereton-Macclesfield copy is apparently unique in containing … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2018-10-01 17:53:29
Le Moyne, Pierre
Paris: Claude Barbin, 1661. 12mo, pp. [110], 309, [3]; 251, [16], [4]; with genuine blank [N12] at the end of vol. I and the 2 leaves of preliminaries for vol. II bound in at the back; extra engraved title-p., and 20 full-page engraved portraits of women by Claude Vignon; woodcut ornaments and initials; leaf e3 with marginal tear; all else about fine in an attractive full crimson morocco binding of the 19th century, a.e.g., gilt lettered direct on spine. "In 1647, La Gallerie des Femmes fortes by the Jesuit Pierre Le Moyne, the admired court poet, was published by Antoine de Sommaville. Dedicated to Anne of Austria, the work is composed of twenty chapters, written in both verse and prose, celebrating notable women of Jewish, Christian, and Pagan origin...In these beautiful engravings of women, we find in our artist the profound sense of taste for the heroines, filled with grace, passion, and melodrama" (Pacht-Bassani). The portraits include Salome, Artemise, Lucrece, Jeanne d'Arc, and a dramatic portrait of Marie Stuart.
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [Saint Paul, Minnesota, US]
2018-10-01 07:59:29
CICERO
AMSTERDAM: [13585] Cicero. M. Tullii Ciceronis Opera Omnia: Cum Gruteri Et Selectis Variorum Notis & Indicibus Locupletissimus, Accurante C. Schrevelio.. Amstelodami (Amsterdam): Ludovicum et Danielem Elzevirios Lugd. Batavorum Apud Franciscum Hackium , 1661. Four volumes bound in two: (8) + 51 + 636 + (second book) 637 - 1339 + (50) pages of indices; Elzevir publication of this classic author; Latin with some Greek text throughout; printed double column; nicely engraved title page, of Cicero at oration or lecture scene; previous owner name of Martin Anton Christian Crone 1837, continuing names genealogically to a bookplated-owner of Ejnar Olsen, Pastor; (Evidently, Crone had written articles on ancient history, churches and was also a Danish churchman); some notes on endpaper, perhaps contemporary with Crone's ownership, Scandinavian (? Danish) language; bound in polished marbled-paper-covered boards, leather spines, titles with gilt lettering, all edges dyed a faded green; some wear and rubbing to covers, starting to split at hinge areas, solidly bound; good margins; contents with the occasional inkmark or spot, generally, very clean and in very good condition, fresh; in good condition overall.
Bookseller: Certain Books [Westhampton, New York, US]
2018-09-28 05:58:42
1661. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-09-27 08:22:58
ZEILER, Martin
1661. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. "Topographia Galliae" is a series of illustrated geography and topography books by Martin Zeiler and Matthaus Merian. It was designed to describe cities and towns in 17th-century France and includes incredible double-page maps. Merian was a notable Swiss engraver, and after his death his family remained loyal to continuing the "Topographia" series. These three parts (11-13) are the final 3 parts of the complete series. This book covers the following French towns and communes: · Languedoc · Albi · Foix · Le Puy-en-Velay · Quercy · Villefranche-de-Rouergue. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-09-27 06:51:35
BACON, SIR FRANCIS
London: Printed for R.H. and H.B., 1661, 1661. First edition. Gibson 232; Wing B-302; ESTC R3667. Very good copy.. 4to, modern light brown calf, brown paper boards, gilt lettering. George Villiers (1592-1628) was made a royal favorite of King James in 1616, and shortly after became the first Duke of Buckingham and one of the most influential men in England. Francis Bacon (1561-1626), himself no stranger to the uses and abuses of power and royal favorites, wrote this epistolary essay to Buckingham on character and civil government. He begins with some generalizations e.g.: "A false friend is more dangerous than an open Enemy," and some specifics: "It is true that the whole Kingdom hath cast their eye upon you, as the new rising Star, and no man thinks his business can prosper at Court, unless he hath you for his good Angel." Bacon then proposes five rules for Buckingham to observe in his new position. Within a few years, Bacon was created Lord Chancellor and Viscount St. Alban, with Buckingham's help. Extensively underlined in ink by an early if not contemporary reader; some annotations on the title-page and in the margins in presumably he same hand, most of which have been trimmed by the binder, who otherwise spared the margins. Large armorial bookplate of Fairfax of Cameron on the front paste-down, over which is tipped a bookseller's catalogue description. Bookplate of Nicholas Wall, with the motto "Sometime his book," on the rear paste-down.
Bookseller: The Brick Row Book Shop [U.S.A.]
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2018-09-26 02:06:21
Jeremy Taylor
London: Royston, 1661. OPENING OF THE IRISH PARLIAMENT by Jeremy Taylor. A Sermon Preached At the opening of the Parliament of Ireland, May 8. 1661. Before the right Honourable the Lords Justices, and the Lords Spiritual and Temporal and the Commons. Publishing location:London by J.F. for R. Royston Publishing date:1661 Sole edition, (dedication pages 12) 45 pages Wing T393 Sweeney 4988 A key Scripture verse for his sermon was 1Samuel 15:23 " for rebellion is as the son of witchcraft and stubbornness is as iniquity and idolatry" as pictured Condition Rebound as pictured Age toning of paper Complete - no missing text pages Edge wear to pages Overall for age good condition A previous owner made pencil note on title pages Fragile pages No names / not ex library Small 5 1/4" by 7" Additional photos on request Ship daily TAYLOR, JEREMY, D.D. (1613-1667), bishop of Down and Connor, and administrator of Dromore, third son of Nathaniel Taylor, barber, by his wife Mary (Dean), was born at Cambridge, and baptised in Trinity Church on 15 Aug. 1613. He was a descendant, direct or collateral, of Rowland Taylor the martyr, but the exact line of descent has never been proved. On 27 Jan. 1661 Taylor was consecrated in St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, with eleven other prelates. The whole Irish hierarchy seems to have been present; but Henry Jones, D.D. [q. v.], who had drawn blood with Cromwell's army in his republican days, was not permitted to join in the imposition of hands. Taylor preached the consecration sermon, containing an able patristic argument for the divine authority of the ep … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: bluemangobooksandmanuscripts [New Hope, Pennsylvania, US]
2018-09-21 17:36:51
BERQUEN, Robert de.
Alden & Landis 661/14 (7 copies, some possibly 2nd issue); GSabin 4957; Sinkankas 592 note. First edition, first issue, of a rare work on precious stones and pearls found in what the title calls the East and West Indies (but including the Gulf region), written by a Paris "marchand orphevre". It is most important for the author's new information on diamonds, pearls and pearl fishing, this last with considerable detail on the various pearl fishing sites in the Gulf. The book is dedicated to Anne Marie Louise d'Orléans, Duchess of Montpensier and first cousin of Louis XIV. The extensive chapter devoted to pearls and pearl fishing notes the Persian Gulf as the most important source and names specific sites: "on pesche les perles en divers endroits du monde. Dans le Golfe Persique, principalement aux environs de l'Isle d'Ormus [= Hormuz] & Bassora [= Basra]: aupres de Baroyn [= Bahrain][,] Catiffa [= Qatif], Juffa [or Jafu?], Camaron [= Gamron/Bandar Abbas], & autres lieux de ce Golfe ..." (p. 74). "Very early, and important treatise on gemstones, gold & silver, ..." (Sinkankas).With marginal worm holes mostly at the head but slightly affecting the running head or first line of text in a few leaves, occasional marginal water stains, but otherwise in very good condition. Hinge slightly damaged, a few small worm holes and small tears in the spine and a few scrapes and scratches, but otherwise good. First edition of an important work on gems and pearls, especially interesting for pearl fishing in the Gulf, in an attractive French binding.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
2018-09-17 06:54:13
ALCIATI Andrea
Patavii,: apud Pauli Frambotti Bibliopolae, 1661. Patavii, apud Pauli Frambotti Bibliopolae, 1661. In-8 p. (mm. 208x145), p. pergamena settecentesca, tit. ms. al dorso, LXXX,1001 pp.num., 1 c.b., inclusa una pregevole antiporta figurata inc. in rame; testo su due colonne; con una “vita Alciati per Claudium Minoem conscripta”. "Manca" il frontespizio e l'ultima carta bianca. E' questa una “novissima hac editione in continuam unius commentarij seriem congestis.. Opera et vigiliis Ioannis Thuilii Mariaemontani.. Opus copiosa sententiarum, apophthegmatum adagiorum, fabularum, mythologiarum, hieroglyphicorum.. varietate instructum & exornatum”. Il volume è molto ben illustrato nel t. da 212 emblemi xilografati, ciascuno entro ricca cornice figurata, che rappresentano allegorie dei miti dell'antichita' classica. A p. 353 si trova l'emblema LXXX che era stato espurgato da quasi tutte le precedenti edizioni perchè ritenuto osceno. Nell'opera, attraverso figure simboliche, spiegate con eleganti epigrammi, l'Alciati descrive le Virtù ed i Vizi delle umane genti. Cfr. Praz “Studies in XVII century imagery”, p. 252. Corto del marg. super.; uniformi arross. interc. nel t.; lievi aloni o fiorit. margin. sulle prime 10 cc.; macchie a p. 355; antichi restauri per picc. fori marginali, ma complesivamente discreto esemplare.
Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas [Italy]
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2018-09-16 23:32:12
PÉRÉFIXE, Hardouin de Beaumont de
Très belle reliure en plein maroquin rouge de Bozérian Jeune. Quelques piqûres éparses et petites taches brunes sur la reliure. PÉRÉFIXE, Hardouin de Beaumont de. Histoire du roy Henry-le-Grand. -- Amsterdam : Louys & Daniel Elzevier, 1661. In-12, 134 x 73 : (6 ff.), 520 pp. mal chiffrées 522. -- Maroquin rouge, roulette dorée en encadrement sur les plat enserrée deux doubles filets dorés, dos à faux nerfs orné à la grotesque, roulette dorée intérieure, doublures et gardes de tabis bleu ciel, tranches dorées (Bozérian Jeune). Belle édition imprimée par les frères Elzevier de cet ouvrage historique et pédagogique, l'un des plus importants livres consacrés au premier roi Bourbon, source de nombreux biographes de ce monarque. Willems indique l'existence de « deux éditions également jolies de ce livre sous la date de 1661 » (page 323) possédant des caractéristiques bien distinctes cependant. Notre exemplaire répond aux critères de celle que Willems donne pour être la première édition. Homme d'église et de lettres, Hardouin de Beaumont de Péréfixe (1606-1671) fut successivement évêque de Rodez et archevêque de Paris. Il entra à l'Académie française en 1654 au fauteuil de Guez de Balzac. Richelieu puis Mazarin lui confièrent la tâche de précepteur de Louis XIV. Ce livre fut entrepris à la demande même du roi : L'action particulière que le Roi m'a toujours témoignée pour la vie de son aïeul Henri le Grand, et la déclaration qu'il a faite, si souvent, qu'il voulait se le proposer comme son modèle, m'ont hâté de mettre au net cette partie de mon travail. Louis XIV fit une lecture qu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Busser [France, Paris]
2018-09-14 17:04:17
ALCIATI Andrea
apud Pauli Frambotti Bibliopolae, 1661. In-8 p. (mm. 208x145), p. pergamena settecentesca, tit. ms. al dorso, LXXX,1001 pp.num., 1 c.b., inclusa una pregevole antiporta figurata inc. in rame; testo su due colonne; con una "vita Alciati per Claudium Minoem conscripta". "Manca" il frontespizio e l'ultima carta bianca. E' questa una "novissima hac editione in continuam unius commentarij seriem congestis.. Opera et vigiliis Ioannis Thuilii Mariaemontani.. Opus copiosa sententiarum, apophthegmatum adagiorum, fabularum, mythologiarum, hieroglyphicorum.. varietate instructum & exornatum". Il volume è molto ben illustrato nel t. da 212 emblemi xilografati, ciascuno entro ricca cornice figurata, che rappresentano allegorie dei miti dell'antichita' classica. A p. 353 si trova l'emblema LXXX che era stato espurgato da quasi tutte le precedenti edizioni perchè ritenuto osceno. Nell'opera, attraverso figure simboliche, spiegate con eleganti epigrammi, l'Alciati descrive le Virtù ed i Vizi delle umane genti. Cfr. Praz "Studies in XVII century imagery", p. 252. Corto del marg. super.; uniformi arross. interc. nel t.; lievi aloni o fiorit. margin. sulle prime 10 cc.; macchie a p. 355; antichi restauri per picc. fori marginali, ma complesivamente discreto esemplare.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi [IT]
2018-09-12 00:48:37
ALCIATI Andrea
Patavii,: apud Pauli Frambotti Bibliopolae, 1661. Patavii, apud Pauli Frambotti Bibliopolae, 1661. In-8 p. (mm. 208x145), p. pergamena settecentesca, tit. ms. al dorso, LXXX,1001 pp.num., 1 c.b., inclusa una pregevole antiporta figurata inc. in rame; testo su due colonne; con una “vita Alciati per Claudium Minoem conscripta”. "Manca" il frontespizio e l'ultima carta bianca. E' questa una “novissima hac editione in continuam unius commentarij seriem congestis.. Opera et vigiliis Ioannis Thuilii Mariaemontani.. Opus copiosa sententiarum, apophthegmatum adagiorum, fabularum, mythologiarum, hieroglyphicorum.. varietate instructum & exornatum”. Il volume è molto ben illustrato nel t. da 212 emblemi xilografati, ciascuno entro ricca cornice figurata, che rappresentano allegorie dei miti dell'antichita' classica. A p. 353 si trova l'emblema LXXX che era stato espurgato da quasi tutte le precedenti edizioni perchè ritenuto osceno. Nell'opera, attraverso figure simboliche, spiegate con eleganti epigrammi, l'Alciati descrive le Virtù ed i Vizi delle umane genti. Cfr. Praz “Studies in XVII century imagery”, p. 252. Corto del marg. super.; uniformi arross. interc. nel t.; lievi aloni o fiorit. margin. sulle prime 10 cc.; macchie a p. 355; antichi restauri per picc. fori marginali, ma complesivamente discreto esemplare.
Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas [Italy]
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2018-09-08 14:49:52
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An extensive collection of compilations of Parliamentary legislation published during the quarter century reign of Charles II and thereafter, all rare, including the Act of Uniformity, the Licensing Act, the Habeas Corpus Act, and much in addition. Twenty works in nine volumes, six in contemporary calf (one rebacked), three in modern bindings, some showing wear, but all sound; the Taussig copies. Printed, by John Bill and Christopher Barker [imprints vary], London, 1661-85.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2018-08-30 06:57:45
WALTON, Izaak.
London printed by J. Grismond. for Rich. Marriot. THIRD EDITION MUCH ENLARGED 1661. Small 8vo, approximately 150 x 90 mm, 5¾ x 3½ inches, FACSIMILE TITLE PAGE, 10 small copperplate engravings of fish in the text, attributed to Pierre Lombart, 2 pages of the words and music to "The Anglers Song" set by Henry Lawes, the second page printed upside down to facilitate part singing, pages: [16], 255, [17], collation A-S8, bound in full brown modern morocco, double ruled gilt border to covers with decorative blind border inside, gilt rules and decoration between raised bands to spine, gilt lettered red morocco label, new endpapers. Pages very lightly-age browned, some margins slightly trimmed, just shaving running title a couple of times, occasional light brown mark in lower margins, small piece torn from 1 top corner with loss of page number (no doubt because wrongly numbered 78 instead of 87), final page of index browned in the margins. A very good clean copy (lacking original title page as noted). "A Short Discourse by way of Post-script, touching the Lawes of Angling" printed in black letter begins the final unpaginated section on S1r, followed by the Contents Table and the Index. Except for a few changes the third edition is identical with the second edition. The commendatory verses by Alexander Brome are omitted, and the chapter on the "Lawes of Angling" is for the first time included. The publisher Marriott transferred some copies of the sheets of the third edition to Simon Gape who provided them with a new title page with his name dated 1664, but of course otherwise identi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2018-08-14 17:31:26
BIBLE; English, Authorized.)
London: Henry Hills and John Field; [publisher not stated]; Printed for the Companie of Stationers, 1660; 1660; 1661. 3 works bound in 1 volume, octavo (166 x 109 mm). 19th-century black morocco, spine lettered in gilt and richly gilt to compartments, covers panelled with gilt rules, gilt edges, marbled endpapers. Contemporary female ownership signature to title page of book of common prayer, 19th and 20th century bookplate to pastedown and front free endpaper, pencilled transcript of section of hymn to front free endpaper. Very minor wear to head of spine, light abrasion to rear cover, front joint beginning to split at foot though still firm, closely cropped at times occasionally impinging on text, a couple of instances of very minor foxing, a few trivial short closed tears and tiny chips. The bible has minor chipping without loss to engraved title, top corner of Ii2 almost detached affecting 3 words, repaired chip to first leaf of Apocrypha with slight loss and 3cm closed tear at foot of E6. A very good copy. Additional engraved title page for bible; all ruled in red. An attractively bound copy of the Bible, Book of Common Prayer and Psalms, all dating from the time of the Restoration. It is difficult to find copies of these texts from this period complete and in good condition. The Bible is one of two issues of that year, this distinguished by the presence of the Apocrypha, here bound between the Old and New Testaments. ESTC R16969 (bible); R210225 (common prayer), R176199 (psalms).
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2018-08-12 14:32:31
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John Bill, 1661. Folio, contemporary full red goatskin attributed to the Royal Head Bindery. Binding is elaborately decorated with gilt panelling to spine aand rectangular bordered designs with floral motifs. Ref Wing B.3620. Extra illustrated with 28 engravings of Saints and biblical scenes. The plates have suffered from some margin damp staining but the binding and text are in very good condition.There has been some expert repair to joints, headcaps and corners. One end leaf removed. Contemporary signatures to end papers, one of John Hynde Cotton of Madingley Hall , Cambridge, a famous Jacobite politician. The Kings Head Bindery may have been destroyed in the fire of London in 1666 as no works later than this have appeared in their bindings. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Boz Books [Hay-On-Wye, VIA H, United Kingdom]
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2018-08-12 14:32:11
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John Bill, 1661. Folio, contemporary full red goatskin attributed to the Royal Head Bindery. Binding is elaborately decorated with gilt panelling to spine aand rectangular bordered designs with floral motifs. Ref Wing B.3620. Extra illustrated with 28 engravings of Saints and biblical scenes. The plates have suffered from some margin damp staining but the binding and text are in very good condition.There has been some expert repair to joints, headcaps and corners. One end leaf removed. Contemporary signatures to end papers, one of John Hynde Cotton of Madingley Hall , Cambridge, a famous Jacobite politician. The Kings Head Bindery may have been destroyed in the fire of London in 1666 as no works later than this have appeared in their bindings. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Boz Books [Hay-On-Wye, VIA H, United Kingdom]
2018-08-04 07:15:43
Pieter Goos (1616 - 1675)
Es handelt sich hierbei um eine originale, altkolorierte Kupferstichlandkarte der südlichen Nordsee von Pieter Goos aus dem Jahr 1661. *** Titel: Pascaart van de Noord Zee Van Texel, tot de Hoofden *** Gebiet bzw. Ort: Die Karte zeigt die südliche Nordsee zwischen den Niederlanden und England - Southern Bight *** Kartograph: Pieter Goos (1616 - 1675) *** Jahr: 1661 *** Größe des Plattenbereichs: 45 x 56 cm *** Technik: Kupferstich *** Zustand (Perfekt/ Sehr gut/ Gut/ Ordentlich/ Mäßig/ Schlecht): In ordentlichem Erhaltungszustand. Die Karte ist altersbedingt leicht gebräunt und weist einige restaurierte Randeinrisse auf, die allerdings, gerade im gerahmten Zustand, nicht auffällig sind. *** Bemerkungen: Es handelt sich um eine sehr seltene, altkolorierte Seekarte des südlichen Nordseeraumes. Der Kartenbereich erstreckt sich von der Straße von Dover, Höhe Calais bis zur Höhe der niederländischen Insel Texel, bzw. Norfolk auf englischer Seite. Das gesamte Seegebiet und die Küstenlinien mit Ihren Häfen sind äußerst detailliert dargestellt. Neben diversen Rhumbenlinien zur Navigation sind auch die bekannten Untiefen verzeichnet. Die Kartendarstellung wird ergänzt durch eine aufwendige, figürliche Kartusche, ein Segelschiff, eine Kompassrose zwei Wappen sowie einen aufwendig gestalteten Meilenzeiger. Die äußerst seltene Karte in dekorativem Altkolorit mit partieller Goldhöhung stammte aus dem begehrten, von Pieter Goos veröffentlichten Werk ''De Zee-Atlas, Ofte Water-Weereld, Waer in vertoont werden alle de Zee-Kusten Van het bekende des Aerd-Bodems.' Referenz: Koeman, Goos3 - Z … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Kunstantiquariat Andreas Senger [Hamburg, Germany]
2018-07-27 17:51:37
CHARTIER (Jean) (B00KDHRHR4)
P., Imprimerie Royale [Sébastien Cramoisy] 1661 In folio, plein veau brun marbré de l'époque, dos à nerfs ornés, caissons richement ornés, roulette dorée sur les coupes, tranches rouges. (28)- 907- (6) pp. Un portrait au frontispice et 4 portraits de Jean d'Orléans, Etienne Chevalier Jacques Coeur et Jean Bureau, le tout gravé par Grignon, une grande vignette de titre aux armes de France, plusieurs bandeaux de titre et lettrines. Quelques épidermures sur les plats, lég. hum. marginale, rares rousseurs, sinon très bon exemplaire. Etablie par Denys Godefroy réunissant pour la première fois les textes sur Charles VII de Jean Chartier, de Mathieu de Coucy et de Jacques le Bouvier ainsi que divers mémoire et documents, constituant un précieux corpus pour l'histoire de ce siècle. Bon état d'occasion
Bookseller: Librairie de l'Avenue [France, Saint-Ouen]
2018-07-18 21:12:36
Dudley, Sir Robert.
Florence, Giuseppe Cocchini, Giacopo Bagnoni & Antonio Francesco Lucini, 1661. Large folio (500 x 560 mm). Book 1: (4), 30 pp., with engraved vignette of navigational instrument on printed title-page; double-page-sized engraved plate (facsimile of the Patent), 28 engraved plates including 24 volvelles: 21 with 29 moveable parts and 3 with strings. Book 2: 24 pp., 9 engraved plates with 6 volvelles (and 9 moveable parts), lacking the 15 engraved maps. Book 3: 25, (1) pp., 6 engraved plates. Book 4: 12 pp, 14 engraved plates (7 of which are double-page-sized). Book 5: 26 pp., 89 engraved plates, 36 with volvelles (with 61 moveable parts, another loose, and 5 strings), 4 double-page-sized. Without Book 6 (containing the Sea Charts). In all, 146 engraved plates, of which 66 show one or more volvelles, with 100 moveable parts. Full contemporary calf, ornate gilt spine with original red calf gilt title label. Includes Dudley's maritime map of the Indian Ocean, with the east of the Arabian Peninsula. Second (and arguably best) edition of Dudley’s landmark work on shipbuilding, nautical and astronomical instruments and navigation, all profusely illustrated with engravings. Book 1 deals with longitude; book 2 covers the errors which can be made when drawing sea-charts; book 3 deals with military and naval manoeuvres and exercise; book 4 describes the method of designing and building ships, on which this present work is the first scientific publication; book 5 is devoted to the art of navigation. Book 6, which is not present here, contains the sea atlas. The "Arcano del Mare (secrets … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2018-07-14 20:03:35
Culpeper, Nich [Nicholas]
Printed for Peter Cole, 1661. Condition: Rebound with new endpapers, the numbering after page 173 changes however the pages are still in the correct sequence with no gaps, front cover has one small white mark, front cover joint worn slightly, corners lightly rubbed, small marks on pages 114 and 115, very good condition. [24] 1-173, 284-398 [16] pages, ESTC lists 3 previous editions of this English Physitian Enlarged (1653, 1655 and 1656), pagination of this edition matches that of the 1656 reissue rather than the 1661 copy that ESTC lists.
Bookseller: Keogh's Books [United Kingdom]
2018-07-13 05:09:50
Thucydides
Paris, FR: Massive in-quarto (10.5 x 15.") of the translation of the story Peloponnesian wars by Thucydides and Xenophon. Translated into French by N. Perrot d'Ablancourt. This was meant to be a scholarly edition, not a reader's copy, with notes in the generous margins throughout as well as decorative embellishments. The Thucydides stories comprise the first 416 pages (published 1662) and the Xenophon (published 1661) ends at page 599. Follows: 30 page remarks, and 28 pages alphbetical index "tables des matières principales" , a page of errata and the "privilège" last page. The calfskin binding is in fair condition with wear at the hinge, top and bottom of spine and corner wear. (see photos) The pages are in remarkable condition for a book of this period with nigh any foxing and only a trace of water stain on the last page. The marbled end papers are in fine condition. Note: this is a large, heavy book. Shipping to Europe or Asia would exceed US $300. Local pickup or hand delivery could be arranged for Southern/Central California location. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: aminparis [Santa Monica, California, US]
2018-07-11 06:42:34
MOLIERE (Jean-Baptiste POQUELIN dit).
Paris, Jean Guinard, 1661. In-12 de 5 ff. , 65 pages, (5) pages pour le privilège, 136 x 80 mm, frontispice gravé en taille douce représentant Molière dans le rôle de Sganarelle, en costume de théâtre ( le frontispice plus grand que le volume a été replié sur deux cotés). Ex-libris Du Plessis Villoutreys. Maroquin rouge, triple filet doré d'encadrement, dos à nerfs richement orné, double filet sur les coupes, tranches dorées, roulette intérieure (Hardy-Mesnil). Rarissime édition originale qui faisait défaut à plusieurs grandes collections moliéristes dont celle de Charles Hayoit. Cette comédie représentée pour la première fois en juin 1661 au Théâtre du Palais-Royal, en un temps ou Molière n'était pas encore ni un auteur reconnu ni un comédien de la Cour, son succès parisien changea son destin. La troupe devait jouer cette pièce devant Fouquet à Vaux-le-Vicomte puis devant le roi à Fontainebleau. Bel exemplaire dans une parfaite reliure de Hardy-Mesnil. Tchémerzine.
Bookseller: Librairie Bertran [France, Rouen]
2018-06-29 05:46:38
Hain von Lowenthal, Christoph
1661. An Ambitious Work of Jurisprudence Bound With a Humorous Chicken-And-Egg "Consilium" Hain von Lowenthal,Christoph. Idea Juris Universi, Caesarei, Privati, Publici, Canonici & Feudalis Structuram Exhibens: Additis Insuper Titulorum Definitionibus & Eorum ex Utroque Corpore & Aliis Juris Locis Authenticis Sedibus Ordinariis Methodo Justinianea Adumbrata. Tandem Accessit Ejusdem Synopsis Institutionum Imperialium Metrica. Jena and Wroclaw: Impensis Isaiae Fellgiebels, Biblioplae Vratislaviensis. Typis Johannes Nisii, 1661. [xxii], 600 pp. Added copperplate allegorical title page. [Bound with] [Schoock, Marten, Attributed]. [Gebhard, Johann, Attributed]. [Senftleben, Andreas, Attributed]. Anonymi Disputatio de Ovo et Pullo in Forma Consilii ex Museo Andreae Senftlebii. Wroclaw: Sumptibus Esaiae Fellgibelli, 1661. [48] pp. 12mo. (5" x 3"). Contemporary vellum with lapped edges, early hand-lettered title and residue from later shelf label to spine. Negligible light soiling and a few minor stains, minor worming to joints and top-edge of rear board, minor worming to front pastedown, which has a later struck-through owner signature and early shelf number. Light toning to text, fore-edge of frontispiece cropped just touching image, small early owner initials and two tiny holes to title page. $2,950 * Idea: first edition; Anonymi Disputatio: only edition. Modeled on the Institutes of Justinian, this comparative work is designed to show concordances between the areas of Roman, canon, customary and civil law acknowledges in the Holy Roman Empire. It has another edition in 1674. T … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [US]
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2018-06-28 14:45:52
Hain von Lowenthal, Christoph
1661. An Ambitious Work of Jurisprudence Bound With a Humorous Chicken-And-Egg "Consilium" Hain von Lowenthal,Christoph. Idea Juris Universi, Caesarei, Privati, Publici, Canonici & Feudalis Structuram Exhibens: Additis Insuper Titulorum Definitionibus & Eorum ex Utroque Corpore & Aliis Juris Locis Authenticis Sedibus Ordinariis Methodo Justinianea Adumbrata. Tandem Accessit Ejusdem Synopsis Institutionum Imperialium Metrica. Jena and Wroclaw: Impensis Isaiae Fellgiebels, Biblioplae Vratislaviensis. Typis Johannes Nisii, 1661. [xxii], 600 pp. Added copperplate allegorical title page. [Bound with] [Schoock, Marten, Attributed]. [Gebhard, Johann, Attributed]. [Senftleben, Andreas, Attributed]. Anonymi Disputatio de Ovo et Pullo in Forma Consilii ex Museo Andreae Senftlebii. Wroclaw: Sumptibus Esaiae Fellgibelli, 1661. [48] pp. 12mo. (5" x 3"). Contemporary vellum with lapped edges, early hand-lettered title and residue from later shelf label to spine. Negligible light soiling and a few minor stains, minor worming to joints and top-edge of rear board, minor worming to front pastedown, which has a later struck-through owner signature and early shelf number. Light toning to text, fore-edge of frontispiece cropped just touching image, small early owner initials and two tiny holes to title page. $2,950 * Idea: first edition; Anonymi Disputatio: only edition. Modeled on the Institutes of Justinian, this comparative work is designed to show concordances between the areas of Roman, canon, customary and civil law acknowledges in the Holy Roman Empire. It has another edition in 1674. Th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2018-06-26 06:27:26
BOYLE Robert (1627-1691)
ADRIANUM VLACQ. Legatura coeva in piena pelle con fregi in oro al dorso; tagli spruzzati; mancanza delle carte di guardia anteriori. 40 pagine non numerate compreso il frontespizio; 495-(1 bianca) pagine numerate; 1 tavola finale incisa fuori testo e più volte ripiegata raffigurante apparecchiature scientifiche. Seconda edizione latina, la prima ad Oxford nel 1661, entrambe basate sulla prima in assoluto in inglese del 1660, in cui l'autore descrive la pompa ad aria o "pneumatical engine". Boyle, fu il più noto scienziato inglese del suo tempo e il più grande scienziato sperimentale della metà del XVII secolo. Anche se il primo interesse scientifico di Boyle era la chimica, questo è il primo lavoro scientifico pubblicato dall'autore sulla pneumatica, quello che ha accertato la sua fama dando origine alla celebre "legge di Boyle". Il testo è noto anche come "primavera e peso dell'aria" / Spring and weight of the air". L'opera ebbe continuazione in edizioni successive nel 1669 e 1680. Esemplare in buone condizioni, lievi sciupature alla legatura, qualche lieve arrossamento a poche pagine. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Il Cartiglio [TORINO, TO, Italy]
2018-06-20 15:30:39
Nuremberg: Bei Johan Andrea Endter Und Wolffgang Des Jungeren...erben in Nurnberg, Wie Auch Bey Balthasar Christoph Wusten in Franckfurt(1661-1662). 9" x 11.5" x 4.75". Bibel, das ist die Heilige Schrift Alten und Neuen Testaments, nach der uhralten, gemeinen Lateinischen, von der Catholischen Kirchen bewahrten und in derselbigen bisshero allzeit gebrauchten Version, oder Ubersetzung, auf Gnadigstem Befelch und Befurderung des Hochwurdigsten in Gott Fursten und Herrn / Herrn Johan Philipsen des H. Stuls zu Meintz Ertz-Bischoffs dess H. Romischen Reichs durch Germanien Etz-Cantzlers und Churfurstens Bischoffs zu Wurtzburgs und Herzogs in Francken. Unsers Gnadistens Herrns von etlichen der heiligen Schoofft gelehrten und Teutscher Sprach erfahrnen darzu verordneten Personen treulich verteutscht. 1725 pages as follows: Old Testament, 963 pps, 1662; The Prophet, 398 pps. 1661; New Testament, 364 pps, 1661. Blind-stamped full leather over wood boards with raised bands. Front board is detached. Spine strip coming away from spine with much loss to the spine strip. Rear cover displays mild rippling with several small holes. Boards and spine are straight. Preliminary pages before index, including frontispiece and title page, are detached and laid-in. Binding is otherwise tight. A 2" chunk of the text is missing on the first 32 pages. Pages exhibit foxing throughout. Text is in double columns. Illustrated with a full page woodcut frontispiece for every chapter; 10+ full page woodcut plates of prophets and other figures, 3 full page hand-colored portraits, a double-page plate, headpie … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: New Boston Fine and Rare Books [Tucson, AZ, UNITED STATES]
2018-06-17 07:43:47
Glanvill, Joseph
Henry Eversden, London, 1661. First Edition. 12 mo. (32), 250, (6). Page 220 misnumbered as 200. Contemporary calf with modern rebacking. A nice copy of a scarce little book. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Sanctuary Books, A.B.A.A. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-06-15 00:00:14
Culpeper, Nich [Nicholas]
Printed for Peter Cole, London, 1661. , [24] 1-173, 284-398 [16] pages, ESTC lists 3 previous editions of this English Physitian Enlarged (1653, 1655 and 1656), pagination of this edition matches that of the 1656 reissue rather than the 1661 copy that ESTC lists. Fourth edition , rebound with new endpapers, the numbering after page 173 changes however the pages are still in the correct sequence with no gaps, front cover has one small white mark, front cover joint worn slightly, corners lightly rubbed, small marks on pages 114 an , full mottled calf with gilt title on the spine , octavo, 18 x 11.5 cm Hardback ISBN: [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Keoghs Books [Stroud, United Kingdom]
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