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      - Sumptibus Samuelis Chouer, Geneve, 1662, encuaderndo en pergamino. Páginas algo tostadas, por lo demás muy buen estado para la época, frisos y letras capitales. páginas: Tomo I: (20)+624+(92) Tomo II (16)+642+(116). Se mandan fotografías. 35x23 cm. .- ¡ATENCIÓN!: AUNQUE EL PRECIO FINAL NO LO INDIQUE, EL CONTRA-REEMBOLSO INCREMENTA LOS GASTOS DE ENVÍO EN 6 EUROS

      [Bookseller: Librería Páramo]
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        A concordance to the Holy Scriptures : with the various readings both in text and margine : in a more exact method then [sic] hath hitherto been extant / by S.N.

      Cambridge [Cambridgeshire] : Printed by John Field . 1662 - Physical description; [729] p. Note; Earlier editions have title: A large and complete concordance to the Bible in English. Subjects; Bible - Concordances - Early works to 1800. Referenced by: Wing N925. Signatures: pi a B-5A4. Finely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with a dark morocco gilt-blocked label. Spine compartments uniformly tooled in gilt. An exceptional copy - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. 3 Kg. 729 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd]
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        Traité des Anciennes Ceremonies: ou Histoire, Contenant leur Naissance et Accroissment, leur Entrée en l'Eglise, et par quels degrez elles ont passé iusques à la Superstition

      [s.l.: s.n], 1662. Second edition (enlarged). Small 4to. [40], 118, [1]. Contemporary vellum, remnant of leather spine label. Covers and spine a little soiled. Barbier IV: 773e . The dedication, to Charles II, King of England is new to this edition, and is signed "Jonas Porrée", to whom Barbier therefore attributes the authorship, even though Porrée in his dedication maintains that the author is anonymous and claims only to have added some illustrations and examples to the text of the first edition (Amsterdam, 1646). The author attempts to trace the origins of rites of the Roman Catholic Church, linking them to pagan rituals, in an attempt to undermine the authority of the Church. This edition of 1662 was doubtless the text which Thomas Douglas used for his English translation of 1668 [Wing P-2980]. Signed on the fornt cover in ink by the nephew of SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE, "Francis George Coleridge / The Manor House / 1843". Francis George Coleridge was the son of Samuel Taylor's brother, James Coleridge

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        Biscaia et Guipuscoa

      Amsterdam 1662 - Mapa calcográfico con color original y toques de oro en cartelas y escudos.Amplios margenes. 60x52 cms.Procede del Atlas Mayor o Cosmographia Blaviana que fue el atlas mas extenso publicado en Amsterdam en el s XVII siendo considerado el mas importante de esa edad de oro d ela cartografia en los Paises Bajos

      [Bookseller: Libreria Pontes]
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        "Wirtenberg ducatus".

      . Altkol. Kupferstich von Blaeu, 1662, 41,5 x 50 cm.. Koeman BI 23 A, 75. - Zeigt das ganze Herzogtum Württemberg. Rechts und links oben altkolorierte Titel- und Wappenkartusche. Breitrandig und gut erhalten.

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        Tractatus physiologicus de pulchritudine. Juxta ea quae de Sponsa in Canticis Canticorum mysticè pronunciantur.

      Typis Francisci Foppens 1662 - In-12 ( 165 X 110 mm ) de ( 1 ) f., ( 6 ), 60 p., ( 1 ) f. d'approbation, ( 1 ) f. blanc, demi-veau fauve, dos à nerfs orné de filets dorés pleins et perlés et de filets noirs, pièce de titre de maroquin acajou, date dorée en queue, tête dorée sur témoins. ( Reliure du XIXe siècle ). 29 gravures au trait dans le texte dont une vignette de titre. Edition originale et unique de ce rare et singulier ouvrage sur la beauté féminine, "Orné de jolies gravures au trait ( sur la physionomie ) le titre de l'ouvrage en indique la singularité" ( Brunet ). Petites usures au niveau des mors, très bel exemplaire non rogné, de la bibliothèque du Vicomte A. DE GINESTOUS ( Ex-libris gravé aux armes ).Nodier, Description raisonnée d'une jolie collection de livres, nº 119. - Rahir, Catalogue d'une collection unique de volumes imprimés par les Elzevier, nº 3109 ) - .Gay - Lemonnyer, Bibliographie des principaux ouvrages relatifs a l'amour, aux femmes, au mariage, III, 1128: "Livre singulier et rare". - Funck. Le Livre Belge, p. 405. - Besterman, Old Art Books, p. 102. - Brunet V, 1026. - Funck 405. - Wellcome V, 322. - Dorbon 5014. Femmes amour beaute morphopsychologie [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Tiré à Part]
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      London. 1662.. [14],80pp. Small quarto. 20th-century red half morocco and marbled boards, spine gilt. Light foxing and toning. Last few leaves lightly dampstained at bottom edge; final five leaves with some loss to bottom margin, minutely affecting a few words of text. Good. First edition of this astonishing narrative, laying out a plot by a New Englander living in London to murder King Charles II and re- establish Cromwellian rule. Largely given in cued dialogue, as furnished by a courtroom shorthand reporter, this work recounts the narrative of a plot on the King's life by Captain John Baker, "then living in East- Smithfield, formerly of New- England." Baker was an old adherent of Hugh Peter, or Peters, executed for regicide sympathies in 1660. William Hill, author and informer for this work, encountered Baker in the streets of London and describes him as "but an illiterate and rough-hewn fellow," though capable of great mischief, for "in New- England he might be sufficiently possessed with villainous principles;" thus, Hill decides that he will "modestly put my self upon the sifting of him." This led to hints of a plot to seize and murder the King, slaughter "those Rogues at Whitehall," and restore a "Godly Party" of former Cromwellians to power. Professing complicity, Hill met with conspirators over the next two weeks - mostly disaffected military veterans and seamen, some with New England connections - in private chambers and taverns, where logistics for arming the rebellion were deliberated. All the while, however, Hill was in contact with Sir Richard Brown, a government spymaster, who collected the intelligence as it emerged, and "from whom I received instruction every night." On Oct. 28th, with the enactment of the plot seemingly imminent, Brown and Lieutenant of the Tower Sir John Robinson decided to pounce. Hill accompanied a detachment of soldiers to a pre-arranged meeting place where at least five of the conspirators were apprehended: Riggs, Hinde, Tonge, Stubbs, and one White, a cane merchant said by Tonge to have "bought armes for six men for this design, at his own cost and charge." Captain Baker of Massachusetts was not among them, however, having last been heard of at the Feathers Tavern in Fish Street three evenings before. The remainder of the narrative chronicles, in vivid and often desperate dialogue, the arraignment and trial of six men for High Treason, with further details from preliminary examinations, and four dying speeches or prayers. Hill testified against his co-conspirators and was in turn cross- examined by the court. The elaborate organization boasted of by some of the conspirators may have been illusory in the end - Riggs and Hinde assured Hill that "Windsor Castle was their own" with "five hundred men...fixed in and about Windsor," that "all the churches in London were concerned in it," that "four hundred assistants" were ready in Dorsetshire, and that two thousand horsemen, for whom armor and weaponry had been procured, were expected to ride into London on Monday the 27th, preparatory to "the fatal night." All of these people and plans seem to have melted away, however, once the ringleaders were arrested. And Captain John Baker of New England, who above all seems to have planned the securing of the King's person and the assault on Whitehall, simply fades from the story, despite Hill's account and Riggs' testimony at the trial. A fascinating tale of an American colonist whose place in British history might have been measured alongside the likes of Guy Fawkes. ESTC R32577. WING B4611.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        "America" from A Prospect of the Most Famous Parts of the World

      London: John Speed, 1662. THE 1662 EDITION OF JOHN SPEED'S MAP OF AMERICA-A RARE SURVIVOR OF LONDON'S GREAT FIRE Copperplate engraving with original hand-color Frame size: 28" x 33 ½" Paper size: 16 ½" x 22" State 3: 1662 References: P. D. Burden, The Mapping of North America (Rickmansworth England, 1996), Entry 217; and G. McLaughlin & N. H. Mayo, The Mapping of California as an Island: An Illustrated Checklist (Saratoga, 1995), no. 3. English mapmaker John Speed was one of the most famous cartographers and historians of the seventeenth century. The son of a London tailor, Speed practiced his father's trade until a wealthy patron, Sir Greville, gave him the financial support to pursue his interests in antiquities, genealogies, and cartography. Speed's maps are among the most valuable and sought after due to his expertise and keen eye for detail. Speed is best known for his two impressive atlases, Theatre of the Empire of Great Brittaine, an atlas of the British Isles first published in 1611, and A Prospect of the Most Famous Parts of the World, both of which were the foremost atlases of the seventeenth century. Although A Prospect of the Most Famous Parts of the World was published separately from Theatre of the Empire of Great Brittaine, the two atlases are often bound together. . Book.

      [Bookseller: Arader Galleries]
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        Insula S. Laurentii, vulgo Madagascar

      Amsterdam:, 1662. [Island of Madagascar]. Size: 545 x 420 mm. Copperplate engraving, with later hand colouring. In fine condition. Map has been cleaned and there is text showthrough from reverse. A beautifully engraved and detailed map of Madagascar with an elaborate title cartouche showing natives and local fauna. Orientated to the North, no scale bar. A pair of decorative compass roses, some ships at sea and rhumb lines assist in the aesthetic appeal of this map. Apart from the physical geographical elements of the island, there is very little information to be seen apart from the naming of coastal towns and villages all along the eastern coast. From the famous Blaeu 'Atlas Maior'. (Ref Koeman, Atlantis Neerlandici II, 8900:2.)

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        EXERCITATIONES DE GENERATIONE ANIMALIUM Quibus accedunt quaedam de partu de membranis ac humoribus uteri & de conceptione

      Amsterdam: J. Ravesteyn, 1662. Hardcover. Very Good. Engraved emblematic Titlepage. Duodecimo original leather 4 raised bands, spine compartments gilt & gilt spine title (worn with lower half of top hinge split/hinges rubbed & some ends of hinge splits/tips worn/scuffed but quite sound & firm). Engraved titlepage +[26] +388pp +[3]pp index. Small archival repair to margin of TP (no involvement of print), ownership stamp (faint & hard to read) on pastedown and nice ownership inscription of an Avignon medical doctor dated 1676 on flyleaf. *Harvey's fundamental work on embryology and endocrinology which, if he had not discovered the circulation of the blood would alone have ensured his fame. All earlier theories of reproduction were based on Aristotelian and Galenic medicinal teaching but Harvey's researches on chicken and deer embryos proved to his satisfaction that semen fertilized the ovum and that spontaneous generation was without foundation. He also explained growth and differentiation of organs and opposed the doctrine of pre-formation. "The most important book on the subject to appear during the 17th century" (Garrison-Morton. Cf. Krivatsy 7661, Wellcome IV,98).

      [Bookseller: Abbey Antiquarian Books]
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        The Experienc'd Angler, or Angling Improved

      sold by Richard Marriott, [London, 1662] - Engraved additional title by Vaughan, with contemporary or early hand-colouring. 10 engravings of fishes in the text. 12mo. [143 x 92 x 20 mm]. [7]ff, 105, [7] pp. Bound in contemporary sheepskin (later endleaves, a later label now missing from the spine, foot of the spine neatly repaired, a little worn). Contained within a new green cloth drop-over box. Wing V183. Westwood & Satchell, p.213. Lacking the printed title-page, which does not appear have been bound in. The full-title is The Experienc'd Angler: or Angling Improved. Being a general discourse of angling; imparting many of the aptest wayes and choicest experiments for the taking of most sorts of fish in pond or river. London: printed for Richard Marriot, and are to be sold at his shop in St. Dunstan's Church-yard, 1662. The blank lower corner of leaf E6 and a small strip at the outer margin of H5 have been torn away, there is some minor browning and foxing and occasional light damp-staining, and there are a number of contemporary ink corrections. It is still a good copy. Robert Venables (1612-1687) rose to the rank of colonel within the parliamentary army, distinguishing himself first in Cheshire, and then commanding forces in the "pacification" of Ireland. He was appointed, jointly with William Penn, to command Cromwell's planned attack on the Southern West Indies. The mission was a disaster. Venables and Penn fell out, failing to take Hispaniola in April 1655, with Venables seeking compensation by invading Jamaica. This was aborted after taking the capital, for fear of a guerilla campaign, and Penn fled back to England with Venables following in hot pursuit. Both were subjected to the displeasure of Cromwell and the council, and were interred in the Tower for a short time. The West Indies debacle effectively ended Venables's career and he returned to Cheshire to languish in obscurity. He evidently sought solace in angling and he notes that the minds of anglers are "usually more calm than others, especially hunters and falkners". The Experienc'd Angler passed through five editions in Venables lifetime, though no copy of a second edition has been recorded. ESTC online records nine copies of this first edition, with only the British Library and Bodleian in the British Isles. A copy was sold at Bonhams in London, 27/6/2006, lot 169, and made £16,800. It had the printed title and was in a modern binding. The two page preface "To his ingenious Friend the Author On his Angling Improv'd" was written by Isaac Walton, whose Compleat Angler was first published by Richard Marriot in 1653. The ten engraved vignettes of fish appear in both books. This work offers advice on the making of tackle (and the best places to buy it), artifical flies, the various sorts of baits, and how to keep them, the preferred haunts of different fish and when best and when not to angle. With the pre-1938 Maggs Bros cost code "uoso" and the bookplate of Oliver Collett. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: George Bayntun ABA ILAB]
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        Le Reading del Mon Seignior Coke, Sur Lestatute de 27 E[dward] I [1299]. appelle Lestatute de Finibus Levatis [etc.]. Wing C4943

      London: Excudebat T.R. Sumptibus G. Lee, D. Pakeman [etc.], 1662. Modern unlettered blindtooled goatskin morocco, the margins cut close, some catchwords and a few sidenotes just affected, else a good crisp copy First edition (and the only separate issuance) of Coke's only published reading, twenty-three lectures given by him at Lyons Inn shortly after he was called to the bar, and a rare example of a lecture's text delivered before an Inn of Chancery

      [Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc.]
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        The Grounde of Artes

      Unknown - Original binding and all title pages missing as are the last pages. Book is difficult to date (probably 1662 edition), the latest date within the text, on page 103, is 1630 (a table of gold coins and their worth "this prefent year 1630"). Previous owners name in ink on page 364 shows it can be no later than "dated May 1676". Text starts on page A3 of "The Preface unto the King's Majefty" and ends on page 534 after Thomas Willsford's contribution ( his appendix was added in 1662) "Intereft money forborn" with one page of "To every young Arithmetician, or Practicioner in Numbers, who fhall perufe thefe Books.". Pages have seen some repair or strengthening (professionaly done?) in places. Although book is not fragile, pages are thin in part. Book obviously shows signs of age. Book has been rebound into plain tan cloth. Photos can be sent on request. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Cornwall Hospice Care]
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        Callimachi Hymni, epigrammata, et fragmenta, ex recensione Theodori J.G.F. Graevii, cum eiusdem animadversionibus.- Ezechielis Spanhemi in Callimachi Hymnos Observationes. 2 Bände. Utrecht, F. Halmam u. G. Vande Water 1697. Gr. 8°. 15 Bll., 496 S., 68 Bll.; 8 Bll., 758 S., 32 Bll., mit 2 gest. Titelvign., gest. Titel, 50 Testkupfer u. 6 Kupfertafeln, Prgt. d. Zt. mit hs. Rtit.

      - Hoffmann, I, 429 - Graesse, II, 17-18 - Dibdin, I, 368-9.- Erste Ausgabe mit den ?Fragmenta? gesammelt von dem englischen Gelehrten Richard Bentley (1662-1743) und einem gelehrten Kommentar von Spanheim.- Der griechische Text und die lateinische Übersetzung auf der gegenüberliegenden Seiten gedruckt.- Kallimachos von Kyrene gilt als der Begründer der wissenschaftlichen Philologie. Sowohl seine wissenschaftlichen Leistungen wie auch der Anspielungsreichtum, die Verspieltheit und Ironie seines literarischen Werks machten ihn zu einem der bedeutendsten Vertreter der Kultur unter den Ptolemäern in Ägypten und des Hellenismus überhaupt.- ?An excellent and erudite edition: the first volume presents us with the notes of Theodore Graevius, the Greek Scholia (in each page) of Robortellus, H. Stephen, Frischlinus, Vulcanius, Bentley and others. Those of Bentley are fraught with the most surprising erudition" (Dibdin).- Innendeckel mit Exlibris, etw. gebräunt, Ebd. etw. fleckig, insges. gutes Exemplar. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Müller]
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        March. Brandenburgici Pars, quae Marchia Media vulgo Mittelmarck audit. Altkolorierter Kupferstich aus Atlas Major bei J. Blaeu, Amsterdam, 1662. 39 x 52 cm.,

      1662 - Dekorative, breitrandige Karte der Mittelmark mit Berlin im Zentrum.- Mit figürlicher Titelkartusche mit Wildschwein, Hund und Jagdhund sowie Meilenzeiger mit Putte und Geometer, ferner ein nicht ausgefülltes Wappenschild in der oberen rechten Ecke. Gewicht in Gramm: 500

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Daniel Schramm e.K.]
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        Rump: Or an Exact Collection Of the Choycest Poems and Songs Relating to the Late Times. By the most Eminent Wits, from Anno 1639 to Anno 1661 [with] Rump Songs. The Second Part. Wing B4851

      London: Printed for Henry Brome . . . and Henry Marsh [etc.], 1662. Modern calf, all edges gilt, the front hinge loose, without the engraved frontispiece; the Fairfax of Cameron copy The much expanded edition of 'Ratts Rhimed to Death', over two hundred poems collected by Alexander Brome, the lawyer and poet, canvassing with much humor (lawyers among the targets), and often salaciously, the two preceding tumultuous decades

      [Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc.]
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        Opera Omnia - Hiebevor in Lateinischer Spraach beschrieben: Jetzo aber zu der Ehre Gottes, zum theil vom Authorn selbsten, zum theil von andern der teutschen Sprach wolerfahrenen in das hochdeutsche versetzt - Theil I, II, III und Theil IV - 4 Bände.

      Würzburg, Schönwetter's Erben, 1662.. Deutsche Erstauflage, EA 1944, 1079, 6, 794, 3, 561, 77, 240 Seiten Gr. 8°, Leder. Goldprägung am Buchrücken, auf Holzdeckeln mit 5 Bünden, jeweils eine gestochene Titelvignette, Band eins eine gestochene Tafel im Vorsatz- ( Drexel Portraitkupfer ) und 49 ( 54 mit Tittelblätter und Portrait ) ganzseitige gestochene Tafeln ( fünfunddressig ganzseitigen gestochenen Tafeln in Band eins, sechs ganzseitigen gestochenen Tafeln in Band zwei, vier ganzseitigen gestochenen Tafeln in Band 3, vier ganzseitigen gestochenen Tafeln in Band 4 ), Buchrücken oben und unten etwas randrissig, Band 1 Einband vorne mit kleinem Wurmschaden, Papier altersbedingt gedunkelt, sonst alle vier Bände guter Zustand

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      1662 - [ALLESTREE, Richard?]. THE GENTLEMAN'S CALLING. London, Printed by R. Norton for Timothy Garthwait, 1662. 12mo. [xxiv]176pp. +[4]ff. Second edition. Fine engraved frontispiece and title, with allegorical figures and scenes in architectural frames, dated 1660, the date of the first edition. With two additional plates of prophets. Allestree, a Royalist clergyman whose loyalty was rewarded at the Restoration with the post of Chaplain to the King, was also credited with authorship of the influential "The Whole Duty of Man" (London, Garthwait, 1658). Here the "Gentleman's calling" demands greater virtue because of his advantages. Internally fine in early panelled calf, uniformly darkened and abraded. (BL 1473.b.45).

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        Reichsgraf, Statthalter von Schleswig-Holstein; Hadersleben 1614 - 1663 Kopenhagen). Eh. Brief mit eh. Unterschrift an den Bürgermeister und Rat von Itzehoe. Copenhagen am 26.t Marty Ao 1662. 1 1/2 S. auf 1 Bl. Gefaltet. Mit adressiertem Umschlag und Papiersiegel.,

      1662 - Rantzau bittet den Ober-Commissar um Aufschub 'wegen einiger Contribution' (d.i. Grundsteuer für militärische Zwecke) . 'nicht mit der execution (zu) uebereilen' und 'obbesagte Stadt Itzehoe . sich bestens recommendirt zu laßen, undt selbe von dato an über sechs Wochen ohn schwer noch mit der angedrohten execution zu verschonen'. Dies würde er 'für eine sonderbahre Courtoisie (d.i. Höflichkeit) achten'.- Blatt am Falz mit 2 Einrissen, Umschlag etwas feuchtrandig im Außenrand des rechten Flügels. Gewicht in Gramm: 500 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        SILVA or, a Discourse of Forest Trees, and the Propagation of Timber in His Majesty's Dominions: As it was Delivered in the Royal Society on the 15th Day of October, 1662.

      - [title continues:] Together with an Historical Account of the Sacredness and use of Standing Groves. By John Evelyn, With notes by A. Hunter, First Hunter Edition, engraved portrait frontispiece of Evelyn by F. Bartolozzi, [54],649,[11], with 40 fine copper-engraved plates by Johann Sebastian Muller (including one folding, "A Winter View of the Canthorpe Oak") and a folding table; very large thick quarto, fine contemporary straight-grained morocco elaborately gilt extra with very delicate and extensive decoration between milled bands, green morocco label, sometime expertly rehinged, all edges gilt (these with some blind embossed decoration), marbled paper endpapers, in all a highly attractive copy in a superb 18thC binding, Printed by A. Ward for J. Dodsley; T. Cadell; J. Robson; and T. Durham, London. W. Creech and J. Balfour, Edinburgh [through 1787], York, 1776. Provenance: with the contemporary engraved bookplate of G. Sutton. Henrey 137. Keynes 47. FURTHER PHOTOGRAPHS ON REQUEST. "Hunter's edition of Sylva [is] a handsome quarto volume with extensive notes to bring it up to date and illustrated with a number of whole-page engravings. The illustrations depicting the foliage, flower, and fruit of the trees described are drawn and engraved by John Miller, otherwise Johann Sebastian Mueller. The excellence of these figures resulted in their being used to illustrate later works on silviculture, even up to the present day." - Henrey, British Botanical and Horticultural Literature before 1800. " In 1652, Evelyn set about to create the garden at Sayes Court (the 200-acre Deptford estate his father-in-law held from the crown), a project that signalled the start of a serious interest in garden design. This led to his writing the Elysium Britannicum, an encyclopedic history of gardens and gardening practices that occupied him for most of his life. His pioneering works on tree cultivation (Silva, 1664) and on soils (A Philosophical Discourse of Earth, 1676; in later editions entitled Terra: a philosophical discourse) were both outgrowths of Elysium Britannicum. Although primarily intended to encourage tree planting after the devastation of the civil war, Silva was also a learned account of the growth and uses of native trees interpolated by an edited collection of material sent in by Fellows of the Royal Society from different parts of the country (indeed, Silva was the first book to carry the Society's imprimatur). By its fourth edition it also contained 'an Historical Account of the Sacredness and Use of Standing Groves.' Silva's handsome reissue in 1776, with additional plates and with "learned and extensive" (Keynes) extensive annotations, practical instructions, and references to the best eighteenth century authorities by Alexander Hunter, gave it renewed popularity."

      [Bookseller: Jeffrey Stern Antiquarian/STERN ACADEMIC]
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        The Book of Common Prayer [London, 1662] [with:] The New Testament, London 1660 [with] The Whole Book of Psalms, London 1661. Bound together in a contemporary "sombre" binding

      London: Henry Hills and John Field, 1660 (NT); [London: Bill & Barker, 1662] (BCP); 1661 (Psalms) - A handsome volume, made even more interesting by the contemporary ownership inscription "Elizabeth Maynard 1663" on the verso of the New Testament title page, and, in her handwriting on the blank recto of the Psalms, "What Children I have christened [there follows a list of nine names] Innocents day 1665" plus additional notations of subsequent christenings in 1665 and 1667. As the "Children" included a Mrs Cooper, it may be that the word is used in an ecclesiastical sense; and it is interesting to conjecture what role Elizabeth Maynard played in the ceremony in these years following the Restoration of 1660 (BINDING) 8vo. Woodcut of the Royal Arms of Charles II on verso of final leaf of the Common Prayer. Contemporary black morocco "sombre" binding, elaborately tooled in blind on upper and lower covers with a central lozenge cartouche made from double impressions of two separate tools, the same tools being used to decorate the four corners, the design surrounded by floral sprays, spine of six raised banks with floral tooling in each of the seven compartments, inner gilt dentelles, marbled endpapers, a.e.g. Front joint repaired, skillful minor restoration to the corners by Sotheran, overall a very attractive binding. Lacks first three leaves of Book of Common Prayer. Herbert 669 or 670 (with OT); Griffiths 1662-1663.3 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Theatrum Machinarum Novum Exhibens Aquarias, Alatas, Iumenrarias, Manurias, Pedibus ac Ponderibus Versatiles, Plures, et Diversas Molas

      Cologne: Pauli Pricipus. Covers detached. Rubbed and scuffed boards. Occasional edge foxing and browning but content in overall good condition. Suitable for restoration rebinding and research. Lacking plates 15, 31, 32, 43, 44, 46, 49, 63, 64. 84, 86, 108 - 112, 116, 132, 133, 141, 142, 145, 153. Text in Latin. 1662. First Latin Edition. Leather cover. 350mm x 220mm (14" x 9"). xii; 53pp.; 131 plates. 131 (of 154) b/w plates present. .

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        Iohannis Cluveri Historiarum Totius Mundi Epitome, A Prima Rerum Origine Usque Ad Annum Christi MDC XXX Esexcentis Amplius Authoribus Sacris Profanisque, Ad Marginem Adscriptis, Deducta, Et Historia Unaquaeque Ex Sui Seculi Scriptoribus.,

      Sumpt. Esaiae Fellgibeli , Bibliop., Vratislaviae (Breslau) 1662 - Noch Titel: "Ubi Haberi Potuerunt, Fideliter Aserta. Accesit Peripsum Authorem Continuatio Historiae Ad Annum MDC XXXIII, Nunc Aucta Ad Annum M DC LIII." Text Latein. (Epitomator = Verfertigt von Auszug aus vorliegenden Geschichtswerken - hier mehr als 600 laut C.). Erste Auflage Breslau "E novissima Editione Lugdunensi expresso". Sehr solider, unverletzter Pergament (Schweinsleder) -Einband mit tadelloser Bindung, geringe Abriebspuren, goldgeprägter Rückentitel auf farbigem, montiertem Lederschildchen, dieses mit starken Altersspuren, 6 Bünde-Bänder. Buchblock materiell einwandfrei, unverletzt, aber stark stockfleckig, dies jedoch nirgends lesestörend. Gestochener Vortitel, gegenüber handschriftliche Eintragung aus sehr alter Hand, Titelseite, 4 S. Praefatio, 900 Seiten + 54 Seiten Index. 1.1 Kg., 17,5 x 21 Cm. Gewicht in Gramm: 1100 Editio Septima Correctior Ganzpergament Gut, Altersschön

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        TRAITÉ DES FIEFS ET DE LEUR ORIGINE avec les preuves tirées de divers auteurs anciens et modernes. Des capitulaires de Charlemagne, de Louis le Débonnaire, de Charles le Chauve et des Ordonnances de Saint-Louis. Et de quantité d’autres Actes MSS, extraicts de plusieurs Cartulaires Authentiques.

      Paris Louis Billaine 1662 - , in-folio, pl. veau blond, tit. doré sur pc. de maroquin bordeaux, dos à 6 nerfs orné de caissons ornés de fleurons, dentelles et quadruple filet doré, tr. mouchetées, p. de tit. bicolore, culs-de-lampe, bandeaux et lettrines, (plats frottés avec épidermures, coiffe de tête manquante, mors sup. fragile, trace de tipex sur p. de tit.), intérieur très frais, 7 ff.-384 p.-7 ff.-302 p.

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        Traité des Anciennes Ceremonies: ou Histoire, Contenant leur Naissance et Accroissment, leur Entrée en l'Eglise, et par quels degrez elles ont passé iusques à la Superstition

      [s.l.: s.n], 1662 - The dedication, to Charles II, King of England is new to this edition, and is signed "Jonas Porrée", to whom Barbier therefore attributes the authorship, even though Porrée in his dedication maintains that the author is anonymous and claims only to have added some illustrations and examples to the text of the first edition (Amsterdam, 1646). The author attempts to trace the origins of rites of the Roman Catholic Church, linking them to pagan rituals, in an attempt to undermine the authority of the Church. This edition of 1662 was doubtless the text which Thomas Douglas used for his English translation of 1668 [Wing P-2980]. Signed on the fornt cover in ink by the nephew of SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE, "Francis George Coleridge / The Manor House / 1843". Francis George Coleridge was the son of Samuel Taylor's brother, James Coleridge Second edition (enlarged). Small 4to. [40], 118, [1]. Contemporary vellum, remnant of leather spine label. Covers and spine a little soiled. Barbier IV: 773e [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The History of the Worthies of England

      London: by J.G.W.L. & W.G, 1662. FIRST EDITION. 1 volume, folio, complete with the engraved frontis portrait plate by Loggan but without the 12 page index which was issued later, largely clean and bright throughout. Bound in somewhat recent 1/2 maroon leather, raised bands, gilt lettered brown morocco spine label, hinges fine overall VERY GOOD. Fuller died in 1661 and this, his final work, was published by the efforts of his son one year later. Famously, this volume is perhaps mostly known for including the first biographical mention of William Shakespeare, 41 years after his folio, and 46 years after his death.

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        Hertfordia Comitatus, vernacule Hertfordshire

      Blaeu, [Amsterdam 1662 - A handsome example of Blaeu's English county map with exceptional original colour and highlights in gold This beautifully presented county map of Hertfordshire from Johan Blaeu's Atlas Mayor, sino Cosmographia Blavania. is from the only Spanish edition of this great work. The map itself is based on John Speed's map, published in 1612, though without the town plans. Blaeu's map includes the coats of arms of two prominent families. The title cartouche illustrates Hertfordshire's relationship to London in that the county supplied corn and hay to the pleading Londoners pictured on the right hand side of the title. Because of its proximity to London, Hertfordshire had many country houses, reflected in some of the placenames on the map: Waterford Hall, Aldbery Hall, Shingle Hall, and, of course, Waymer Castle. Koeman, Atlantes Neerlandici, Bl 60A, #199. Copper-engraved map, with full original colour and gilt embellishments, mild discolouration at center fold, overall very good condition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Insula Canaria alias Fortunata dictae

      Amsterdam 1662 - Carta marina del archipielago canario. Grabado calcográfico. 60x52 cms. Con color original. escalas,barcos, cartelas y lineas loxodrómicas. Amplios margenes y perfecto estado de conservación. Texto francés en parte posterior. procede del Atlas Mayor o Cosmografia Blaviana que fue considerado elatlas mas importante impreso en los Paises bajos en el s XVII.

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        The Book of Common Prayer

      London: His Majesties Printers, 1662. 'The Book of Common Prayer and Administration of the Sacraments and other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church, According to the Use of the Church of England, Together with the Psalter or Psalms of David; Pointed as they are to be Sung or Said in Churches: and the Form and Manner of Making, Ordaining and Consecrating of Bishops, Priests and Deacons'. Separate Title and Register for the Psalms. Collates A2, a-d6, e2, A-Ee6; Aa-Mm6, Nn8, *6, Oo-Rr6, Ss8. Bound in early nineteenth century calf, raised bands, spine in seven panels, title to second panel, remaining panels made up with gilt leaf, flower head and roundel tools and filled in with pinheads, covers with a frame in-filled with repeated elaborate leafy stem tool, flower head to corners, gilt single-fillet to edges and inner edges, a.e.g., marbled endpapers. Slightly worn to extremities, abrasions to foot of upper cover with slight loss to leather and gilt, one or two small holes to leather covering upper joint, couple of small scrapes to lower cover. Internally some light water staining to head and foot of engraved title and first few pages, with a heavier water stain to bottom corner and fore-edge of the last six pages, light damp staining to upper corner of the Psalms, old note to ffep, 'King Charles the Second's booke, bought Feb the 16:1708/9 - May this booke be esteemed as long as England lasts against all its oposers: 1715', and with a list of the people responsible for the revision to the blank page opposite the engraved title, but otherwise generally fairly bright and clean. The Kalendar is printed in red and black, with engraved title page by David Loggan. From the library of Lord Eldon, Lord Chancellor under Pitt, with his circular book plate to reverse of front marbled endpaper. The 1662 Common Prayer "was shaped through the deliberations of the Savoy Conference, which took place in the Bishop of London's lodgings in the Savoy Hospital. Arrangements for this had begun in March 1661, and the work of revising the version of 1604 was completed in December" (Griffiths, Bibliography of the Book of Common Prayer, page 108). Wing B3622, Estc R3118 and Griffiths 1662:1(2). First Thus. Full Calf. Good+. Illus. by Loggan, David. Folio.

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        The History of the Worthies of England.

      First Edition [with the Index also in 1st. edition] Folio, engr. portrait by D. Loggan, 3 leaves (title, Dedication, To the Reader) 494 leaves (text) 6 leaves (Index), light waterstain on title some foxing (occasionally heavy) and browning throughout (as usual), otherwise a very good copy, bound in full antique-style calf, 3-line fillet borders in blind, morocco label on spine.

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        Tractatus novus de nymphis Carolobadensibus Admirabilibus In Regno Bohemiae). - (Angebunden): Newe Wunder beschreibung. Deß Wilt oder Waltbads zu Pfeffers.

      o.V. und Strasser,, O.O. und Neuburg a.d. Donau, 1662 - O.O. und Neuburg a.d. Donau, o.V. und Strasser, 1662 und 1665. 8°. 6 n.n. Bl., 155 (recte 157) S. Mit gestochenem Kupfertitel; 8 n.n. Bl. 300 S. Pappband des 18. Jahrhunderts mit schwarz geprägtem Supralibros des Klosters Lambach. Hirsch-H. V, 104. - I: VD17 23:268633R. - II: VD17 12:191152W. - Haller I, 614. - Seltene Monographien über Karlsbad bzw. Bad Pfäfers, beschrieben durch den Stadtarzt von Neuburg an der Donau. Laut VD17 ist beim Titel über Karlsbad kein Drucktitel nachweisbar, hingegen fehlt offenbar eine Kupfertafel beim Buch über Pfeffers. - Titelblätter sehr stark gebräunt und fleckig. Eng beschnitten, stellenweise mit leichtem Textverlust. Im Innenfalz mit durchgehendem Wasserrand. Papierbezug am Rücken angeplatzt. Sprache: Lateinisch / Latin Pappband des 18. Jahrhunderts mit schwarz geprägtem Supralibros des Klosters Lambach. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Four maps showing the course of the Dnieper River, Ukraine From the Atlas Major

      Amsterdam: Joan Blaeu, 1662. SET OF 4 Each measuring: 21 x 24 1/2" Hand-colored copper-plate engravings Joan Blaeu, born in Alkmarr in 1598, was the eldest child of Willem Jaszoon Blaeu, philosopher and pupil of famed astronomer Tycho Brahe, and his wife, Marretgen Conelisd. In 1599, Willem Blaeu, a globe and instrument maker, moved with his family to Amsterdam, where he opened a printing house specializing in maritime publications, but which also published works on literature, art, and theology. Joan was a student in Leiden from 1616 to 1619, after which he toured Europe for a year, a luxury often taken by the children of wealthy parents. It was not until 1630 that Joan Blaeu began to play an active position in the printing house, taking on the role of partner with his father. In 1638 Willem died, and Joan took charge of the large printing house. At this time he was also appointed cartographer to the Dutch East India Company. From 1636 to 1650, Amsterdam flourished politically, economically, and culturally. Trade with Asia and the Americas brought prosperity, and there were many new advances in the arts and sciences. During this period, Blaeu, who was deeply involved in the political, economic, and cultural life of his time, expanded the printing house and printed innumerable books, maps, and globes. In 1662, Blaeu published Atlas Major, the world's largest atlas, which contained six hundred maps that portrayed the entire known world of the 17th century, including legendary lands, exotic kingdoms, and distant empires. These maps were elegantly decorated and embellished, and they were unrivaled in detail and splendor. Not only was Atlas Major meant as a functional atlas, but, as the most lavish and expensive book sold in the 17th century, it was also intended as a glamorous object to be admired by wealthy owners. Atlas Major displayed the exceptional skill and art of mapmakers in Amsterdam. . Book.

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        Metamorphosis et historia naturalis Insectorum (Parts 1 and 2)

      Medioburgi (Middelburg, Netherlands): Jacobum Fierensium, 1662. First Edition. Quarter Leather. Very Good. First Edition. Quarter Leather. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall. Part 1 (1662) - (28) introductory pages, 236 text pages, 63 b/w plates including the frontispiece. Part 2 (1667) - (32) introductory pages, 259 text pages, 38 of 42 colored plates. Parts 1 and 2 were by Goedaert during his lifetime. (A third part based on Goedaert's notes, which were heavily edited by Johannis de Mey, was published in 1669 after Goedaert's death.) Rebound in quarter leather. Clean pages. Light wear. Very attractive coloring. Although Goedaert, a noted watercolorist and one of the earliest authors on entomology, did not devise a system of insect classification, attributed some insect larvae to spontaneous generation, and made a number of anatomical errors, he was the first person to base his research entirely upon firsthand observation-experiment and One of his contemporaries noted that in only a few years, Goedaert, who had no formal education, discovered and identified more distinct types of caterpillars than all of the naturalist that preceded him. (See Dictionary of Scientific Biography.).

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        Comitatus Dorcestria sive Dorsettia vulgo Anglice Dorset Shire.

      1662 - Amsterdam, 1662, Spanish-text edition. Original colour. 380 x 510mm. Split in lower centre fold margin, small hole in printed border. Decorative map of Dorset, published in Blaeu's 'Atlas Major', with a large title cartouche, armorials and galleons.

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      Amsterdam: Officina Blaviana Apud Ionnem Blaeu, 1662. The map itself measures 20" x 15 14". Light water-staining along bottom map border not affecting the map. Four small round wormholes at bottom edge and 3/4" wormhole just left of the map fold at bottom. Hand-colored map of Lauderdale, a long and narrow geographical district in the Scottish Borders. The great Roman Road traveled through the area on way to Edingurgh. Beautiful ornate engraved cartouche with J. Blaeu at bottom left of the map, engraved place name near top center. (See photographs). From Volume V of the "Nuevo Atlas de Los Reynos de Escocia e Yrland", printed in 1662 by Joan Blaeu. The maps in Blaeu's atlases were based on the work of Timothy Pont, a pioneer Scottish cartographer. The Blaeu maps of Scotland are rather scarce, printed only between 1654 and 1672. The Spanish edition is also quite scarce, published in 10 of a proposed 12 volumes in 1662. Joan Blaeu (1596-1673) learned his trade from his father, produced fine quality hand-colored maps in his shop in Amsterdam and was one of the premier mapmakers of his time. Map description is in Spanish.. Spanish Edition. 24 1/2" x 21 3/4".

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        De Homine Figuris et latinate donatus a Florentio Schuyl, Inclytæ Urbis Sylvæ Ducis Senatore, & ibidem Philosophiæ Professore.

      Lugduni Batavorum (Leyden), Apud Petrum Leffen & Franciscum Moyardum, 1662. 4to. Later half vellum with some wear. Internally a very nice, clean, and fresh copy, with some light occasional browning. (36), 121, (1) pp. + 10 plates. Complete with all 56 woodcut and engraved text-illustrations (many of which are full-page) and the 10 full-page engraved plates (several folded), one of which is the heart-plate with the 6 moveable parts, the Cardiac-flaps. A very good copy with good margins.. First edition of Descartes' seminal treatise on man, the first European textbook of physiology, constituting an epochal work of modern thought, defining the mechanism of man as it does. "In the Treatise of man, Descartes did not describe man, but a kind of conceptual models of man, namely creatures, created by God, which consist of two ingredients, a body and a soul. "These men will be composed, as we are, of a soul and a body. First I must describe the body on its own; then the soul, again on its own; and finally I must show how these two natures would have to be joined and united in order to constitute men who resemble us"." (SEP). This highly influential work was the first to present a coherent description of bodily responses in neurophysiological terms that are still, to a wide extent, accepted today. In his attempt to solve the central question around which almost all philosophical thought had revolved since the time of Aristotle, what the relation between the soul and the body actually is, Descartes came to create a milestone work of physiology which changed the entire trajectory of modern physiological conceptions. "Without Descartes, the seventeenth-century mechanization of physiological conceptions would have been inconceivable." (DSB). He believed that the relationship between the soul and the body was mediated by the brain and the nervous system, and his seminal attempts to explain neural mechanisms drew a great deal on the engineering developments of his time (eg. the hydraulic automata that had been installed at the Versailles). He developed a hydro-mechanical theory of how the soul controlled the contraction of muscle through the intermediary of the pineal and the cerebral ventricles, and he produced an explanation of how it received, through the nerves from the periphery, signals that gave rise to sensation. Descartes' theories quickly spread throughout Europe, and the work in which he had developed them, his "De Homine" became extremely influential. This posthumously published work was actually written in the 1630's, but after the condemnation of Galilei in 1633, Descartes did not dare publish it; "although it thus had to await posthumous publication in the 1660's, his writing of the Traité de l'homme proved extremely important in the further maturation of Descartes's physiological conceptions." (D.S.B. p.62). "Some time after Descartes's death in 1650, his French manuscript, copies of which had circulated among his friends and correspondents, was edited and published. The first version was a Latin translation (De homine) by Florentius Schuyl in 1662, the second the now better known 'original' French version (Traité de l'homme) edited by Descartes's self-appointed literary executor Claude Clerselier in 1664. In the seventeenth century the 1662 Latin version was probably much more widely read than the French text. There were problems for the editors of both versions. Firstly, there were differences between the manuscripts: Clerselier in Paris claimed that his version was Descartes's own, that the others were 'corrupt' and that Schuyl had been 'misled' by them. However, a more important difficulty was raised because it was clear that the text was intended to be illustrated - Descartes refers to figures and to features within these labelled by letters. But no set of figures accompanied the manuscripts. Both editors have left quite detailed accounts in their long prefaces - little treatises in themselves. Here I consider only Schuyl, the editor of the Latin De homine. Schuyl (1619-69) was a professor of philosophy in the town of 's-Hertogenbosch in the Netherlands, the country in which Descartes was living during the writing of Le monde. Two of the author's friends had copies of the manuscript that they supplied to Schuyl, and with one of these were included two sketches of illustrations apparently in Descartes's own hand. These Schuyl included. One of them represents the medial and lateral rectus muscles in the orbit, which deflect the eye nasally and temporally. The other figures Schuyl had to have made and, since he mentions no one else, one supposes that he designed them himself." (IML Donaldson, J R Coll Physicians Edinb 2009; 39:375-6).Wellcome II:453; Osler 931; Garrison and Morton 574. Waller only has a later edition

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        [Mosaic marble tile floors from five churches, most or all in Rome]. [Rome?, ca. 1662 or 18th century]. Small folio (26 x 19.5 cm). 40 ink and watercolour drawings (28 round and 12 square, each ca. 11 x 11 cm) showing the decorative patterns and coloured marbles from the floors of 5 churches. Each has a triple-rule border in black ink with a panel at the foot containing the name of the church. Contemporary(?) boards covered with later (ca. 1840?) Storemont on shell marbled paper.

      A book of 40 detailed colour drawings showing the elaborate patterns in the mosaic marble tile floors of five different churches, with eight examples from each church: Santa Maria Maggiore (1-8), Santi Giovanni e Paolo (9-16), San Marco (17-24), Sant' Alessio (25-32) and Sant' Ivo (33-40). All probably refer to the Roman churches of these names, though the Basilica di San Marco in Venice also has elaborate mosaic floors. Some of the mosaics are in the Mediaeval Italian style called Cosmatesque, but some may date from the Renaissance. Besides a wide variety of triangular, square, rectangular, diamond, hexagonal, and octagonal tiles, there are many cut with circular edges and a few irregular quadrilaterals. Some are assembled to form stars in a hexagonal grid, round sunburst patterns and an endless variety of other patterns. All patterns show a rotational symmetry around the centre point or a repeating pattern in a square or hexagonal grid. The colouring of many of the tiles shows various styles and colours of marble veins.The drawings are difficult to date exactly. The leaves used for the drawings show a single paper stock, very close to Piccard VI, watermarks V.423 & V.424 (Rome 1662). The drawings could have been made as early as ca. 1662, but the lettering of the names of the churches seems more likely to date from the 18th century. In 1752, Monsignor Giuseppe Alessandro Furietti, a prelate from Bergamo, published an illustrated book on mosaics from classical Rome to his own day: De Musivis, Rome, 1752. This marked a new interest in such antiquities, but he illustrates mainly earlier examples and we find little link with the present examples, which were probably drawn before his book appeared. With smudges on a few pages, one slightly affecting the edge of one drawing, but otherwise in very good condition, with only a light marginal water stain in the last few leaves. The front hinge is broken and the spine and edges of the binding are somewhat tattered. Since many floor mosaics have been destroyed or damaged over the centuries, the present book provides a unique historical record of some of the designs.

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        "Civitatis Imp. Lindaviensis Territorium" und "Territorii Lindaviensis pars Septentrionalis".

      . 2 altkol. Kupferstiche nach Johann Andreas Rauben bei Blaeu, 1662, 46 x 58,5 bzw. 29 x 24 cm.. Koeman BI 60 A, 93 u. 94. - Aus dem "Atlas Major". - Die große Karte zeigt das Gebiet zwischen Wasserburg und der Mündung der Leblach in den Bodensee bis Sigmarszell im Norden. Die kleine Ergänzungskarte zeigt das Gebiet zwischen Wangen, Bettensweiler und Hergensweiler. Beide Karten mit schönen Titelkartuschen sowie Meilenzeiger. - Komplett in diesem guten Zustand selten.

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        Kst.- Karte, aus "Atlas Major" b. Blaeu, "Dioecesis Bergensis tabvla".

      . mit altem Grenzkolorit,, 1662, 43,5 x 53,5. Mit 2 altkol. Kartuschen und Schiffstaff. auf dem Atlantik. Zeigt das Bistum Bergen. - Mit franz. Rückseitentext. Schönes Exemplar.

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        March. Brandenburgici Pars, quae Marchia Media vulgo Mittelmarck audit. Altkolorierter Kupferstich aus Atlas Major bei J. Blaeu, Amsterdam, 1662. 39 x 52 cm.

      1662. . Dekorative, breitrandige Karte der Mittelmark mit Berlin im Zentrum.- Mit figürlicher Titelkartusche mit Wildschwein, Hund und Jagdhund sowie Meilenzeiger mit Putte und Geometer, ferner ein nicht ausgefülltes Wappenschild in der oberen rechten Ecke.

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        Stellaeburgum sive Observatorium subterraneum, a Tychone Brahe in Insula Hvaena, extra Arcem Uraniam, extructum circa Annum MDLXXXIIII.

      Amsterdam, Joannes Blaeu, (1662). 44x55 cm. Kobberstukket eleveret plan over Stjerneborg, undergrundsobservatoriet på Hven, Brahes berømte observatorium. Her i fuld håndkolorering. Latinsk tekst på bagsiden.. Den, i litteraturen, ofte gengivne planche, som blev udgivet i Blaeu's Atlas maior 1662 ff

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        Arcis Uraniburgi, in Insula Hellesponti Danici Hvenna constructae, a Tychone Brahe. Hellesponti Danici Hvenna constructae a Tychone Brahe.

      (Amsterdam, Blaeu, 1662). 47x57,5 cm. Kobberstukket, eleveret plan over Uranienborganlægget på Hven, Brahes berømte observatorium. Her i fuld håndkolorering.. Den, i litteraturen, ofte gengivne planche, som blev udgivet i Blaeu's Atlas maior 1662 ff

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        Sculptura: Or the history and art of chalcography and engraving in copper

      London: J. C. for G. Beedle, and T. Collins, 1662. <p>First Mezzotint Published in England&#151;The Fairfax Murray Copy </p><p>Evelyn, John (1620-1706). Sculptura: Or the history, and art of chalcography and engraving in copper to which is annexed a new manner of engraving, or mezzo tinto, communicated by his Highness Prince Rupert to the author of this treatise. 8vo. [32], 148, [3, advertisement]pp. Engraved frontispiece by A. Hertochs after Evelyn, engraving on p. 121, folding mezzotint by Prince Rupert of the Rhine (1619-82). London: J. C. for G. Beedle, T. Collins and J. Crook, 1662. 168 x 106 mm. Contemporary panelled calf, gilt, rebacked, endpapers renewed. Light wear at spine. Light spotting and browning, offsetting on title from frontispiece, title-page with two horizontal rules in ink made at an early date. The Charles Fairfax Murray copy, with his bookplate; bookplate, duplicate stamp and perforated stamp (on leaf A2) of the Library of Congress; formerly owned by Leonard B. Schlosser (acquired via Marlborough Rare Books from his sale, Sotheby&#146;s New York, 18 June 1992, lot 456); bookplate of Arthur and Charlotte Vershbow. </p><p>The Fairfax Murray Copy of the First Edition of the First Book to Announce the Mezzotint Process, and containing the First Mezzotint published in England. This first English mezzotint, known as &#147;The Head of the Executioner,&#148; was executed by Prince Rupert of the Rhine, Charles II&#146;s cousin, who had brought the mezzotint technique with him when he settled in England after the Restoration of the English monarchy in 1660. From Evelyn&#146;s diary and papers preserved in the British Library we know that Evelyn first learned of the mezzotint technique from Rupert on 24 February 1661. A few weeks later, under the date 13 March 1660/1, Evelyn wrote in his diary that &#147;This afternoon Prince Rupert shew&#146;d me with his owne hands the new way of graving call&#146;d mezzo tinto, which afterwards by his permission I publish&#146;d in my History of Chalcography; this set so many artists on worke that they soone arriv&#146;d to that perfection it is since come, emulating the tenderest miniatures&#148; (quoted in Keynes, p. 116). Although Evelyn mistakenly credited Rupert with the invention of mezzotint, the prince actually learned the technique from Ludwig von Siegen, a German officer who invented the mezzotint process in the 1640s (Evelyn corrected the error in his Numismata [1697]). It was through John Evelyn and his Sculptura that the mezzotint process came to be highly regarded as a technique for the graphic arts in England. However, Rupert and Evelyn conspired to keep details of the process secret, lest it be &#147;prostituted&#148; at too cheap a rate. </p><p>Complete copies with the mezzotint are rare, since the print was often removed from the volume by print collectors. This copy was once in the collection of Charles Fairfax Murray (1849-1919), the noted English painter, dealer, collector, benefactor and art historian. Keynes, Evelyn 33. Wing E-3513. Wax, The Mezzotint: History and Technique (1990), pp. 21-22. </p>

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        Pontvs Evxinvs

      Amsterdam, Janssonius, Joan, 1662. "Pontus Euxinus. Aequor Iasonis pulsatum remige primum". Orig. copper-engarving after A. Ortelius' map of the Black Sea. Published by J. Janssonius, ca. 1662. Orig. old colouring. With ornamental title-cartouche and 3 sailing ships. 37,5:48,5 cm.. Koeman I, map 0350H:1, ed. 1:405 (c. 1662 Latin). - Historical map of the Black Sea with Crimea peninsula and its environs.

      [Bookseller: Antikvariat Karel Krenek]
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        Blick auf einen Garten hinter den Mauern einer römischen Villa.

      . Schwarze Kreide, mit schwarzer Feder umrandet, auf blauem Papier. 17,7 x 28,6 cm. - Eine winzige Fehlstelle links unten. Auf alten Sammlungsuntersatz aufgezogen. Mit älterer Zuschreibung an Jan Frans van Bloemen (1662-1749). Provenienz: Sotheby's London, 1854, Uvedale Price's Sale; Sammlung Riggal, wahrscheinlich identisch mit der Sammlung Comte Rigal, Paris, Lugt Suppl. 2139..

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