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2017-12-17 19:42:17
Edzard, Sebastian u.a.
- 1) Abraham Calov. Dokimasia spiritus syncretistici nuperae dissertationis Lugdunensis D. Joh. Hornbecki, P.P. de consociatione reformatorum, et August. Confessionis, praelectionibus publicis in Academia Witebergensi instituta . (12) 140 S. Wittenberg, Meyer 1667. - - 2) Der Theologischen Facultät bey der Churfl. Sächsischen Universität Wittenberg/ Bedencken/ Uber dem Casselschen Colloquio : So zwischen denen Rinthelschen/ und Marpurgischen Theologen/ Im Jahr Christi 1661. Im Heu-Monath angestellet/ Wie auch über dem Syncretismo, der daselbsten auffgerichtet worden: Welches Im nächstverwiechenem Jahr/ etlichen Collegiis, unterschiedener Theologischen Facultäten/ und Ministerien/ in/ und ausser Deutschland/ Brüderlich zugeschicket/ und von denselben approbiret ist. (20), 160 S. Wittenberg, Mevius, Schumacher 1663. - - 3) Wernsdorff, Gottlieb. Kurtzes, und wohl gegründetes Bedencken über Tit. Hrn. D. Sam. Strimesii Theol. Prof. Publ. und Past. Prim. zu Franckfurthan der Oder, so genandten Kurtzen Entwurff, von Einigkeit der Lutheraner, und Reformirten im Grunde des Glaubens. 163 (.i.e. 156) S. Wittenberg, Ludwig 1705. - - 4) Svenonius, Enevaldus. De syncretismo haeretico commentatio historico-theologica. 39 S. S.l. 1706. - - 5) Edzard, Sebastian. De Caussis Unionis A Calvinianis Doctoribus Quaesitae Diatribe. Cum Episagmate De Gulielmi Forbesii Considerationibus Pacificis. 84 S. Wittenberg, Gerdes 1705. - - 6) Edzard, Sebastian. Satisfactio Christi a Cavillationibus Socinizantis Fanatici Vindicata. Cum Appendice, adversus Joh. Mich. Langii .commentationem de Herba Borith. 10 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bernard Richter [Germany]
2017-12-16 12:52:33
George Bate
Juxta exemplar Londinense, impressum Amstelodami : E typographia Pauli Warnaer, 1663. Hardcover. Very Good. Amsterdam imprint. 2 parts in 1 volume, 12mo. Engraved portraits of Charles I and II. [6], 174, [1]; [8], 288, [14] pp. Contemporary vellum, yapp edges, ink titles to spine. Minor soiling to vellum. Minor toning. <br>First published anonymously in 1649, this work was originally intended to publicize the events of the Civil War from a Royalist perspective to a continental audience. Later editions updated the narrative through the fall of Cromwell and the reign of Charles II. The final edition was published in 1676. Bate was an eyewitness to much of the history he recorded. A doctor, he was chief physician to Charles I, Cromwell and to Charles II. (He concealed his political beliefs during the Civil War.)
Bookseller: Sequitur Books [Boonsboro, MD, U.S.A.]
2017-12-15 06:02:34
Lentulus, Cyriacus (1620-1678)
Herbornae Nassoviorum: Corvinius, 1663. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. 483p. The German political philosopher who earlier had traced the work of Augustus here further develops his ideas from his earliest work at Herborn before this professorship at Marburg where his attacks upon Descartes and Grotius became polemical and influenced most Protestant scholars for succeeding generations.Schweiger, Handbuch der Classichen Bibliographie 1040. Title page has printer's device.There is a closed tear of 1/2" on title page else a near fine copy with clean text and tight binding. Very Good / No Dust Jacket as Issued.
Bookseller: Alcuin Books [USA]
2017-12-15 03:33:24
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2017-12-14 03:35:11
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2017-12-10 10:34:48
RUUSSCHER (RUYSCHER), Melchior de.
Cobres, p. 397; Horn & Schenkling 18693; J. Ratcliff, The quest for the invisible: microscopy in the Enlightenment, pp. 64-65; Sabin 74500. First edition of a noteworthy treatise on the nature of cochineal by the Leiden born merchant, Melchior de Ruusscher (1663-1739) in Amsterdam, who was elected fellow of the Royal Society in 1730 following the present bilingual publication in French and Dutch. Following Anthony van Leeuwenhoek's claim that the substance derived from an insect, Ruusscher argued with a friend that cochineal was an insect. "The point of contention changed from a bet into a trial, appealing to the highest authorities. The disagreement reached Spain, which appointed a commission to inquire on the nature of the Mexican cochineal. Three notarial certificates made before the judiciary and vouched for by eight persons in handling of cochineal were sent to Europe. They testified that cochineal were living animals. Cochineal was neither a fruit nor a seed, but a mere insect that did not undergo metamorphosis … Present in the court, the microscope held an important place within the juridical apparatus, because it substantiated written testimonies by providing a set of iconographic proofs that demonstrated, through morphological evidence, the animal nature of the cochineal. It would seem therefore, that the microscope's first ever appearance in a court of law was around 1728. … The outsourced judgement of cochineal made an impression on scholars such as Breyn and Réaumur… " (Ratcliff).Water stains throughout, but otherwise in good condition.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM BV [Houten, Netherlands]
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2017-12-09 19:58:58
CHARLETON Walter 1619-1707
London, at the Sign of the Anchor in the Lower Walk of the New Exchange.: Henry Herringman, 1663 VG+, 1st ed, 1663, 2 pls, + frontis. In contemporary worn speckled sheep, blind edge tooling. Respined, to style, raised bands, gilt titles. Imprimatur leaf, [1], [10], [4], 64 pp, 3 pls (including portrait frontis, 2 folding), title page text in red & black, book plate to fpd (John Harris), contemporary ink name to corner fep (Hirsting?), some toning & occasional scattered spotting, 2 repaired short closed tears. An excellent copy. (Folio, 141*186 mm). A 2nd edition was published in 1725. This work is a reply to Inigo Jones's "The Most Notable Antiquity of Great Britain", which argued that Stonehenge had been built by the Romans. The main text is preceded by two poems addressed to Charleton by Robert Howard and John Dryden respectively. The poem by Dryden is the first printing of his poem, "To my Honour'd Friend, Dr Charleton, on his learned and useful Works; and more particularly this of Stone-heng, by him restored to the true founders", which appears on b2r/v. Alterations were made to Dryden's verses as the book was going through the press and this copy is in the final corrected state. This was then attacked by John Webb's reply defending Jones in 1665. (ESTC R13338. Macdonald 8a. Wing C3666. Fowler 89. Osler 2290). Charleton, physician and natural philosopher. See ODNB.
Bookseller: Madoc Books (ABA-ILAB)
2017-12-09 19:58:58
CHARLETON Walter 1619-1707
London, at the Sign of the Anchor in the Lower Walk of the New Exchange.: Henry Herringman, 1663 VG+, 1st ed, 1663, 2 pls, + frontis. In contemporary worn speckled sheep, blind edge tooling. Respined, to style, raised bands, gilt titles. Imprimatur leaf, [1], [10], [4], 64 pp, 3 pls (including portrait frontis, 2 folding), title page text in red & black, book plate to fpd (John Harris), contemporary ink name to corner fep (Hirsting?), some toning & occasional scattered spotting, 2 repaired short closed tears. An excellent copy. (Folio, 141*186 mm). A 2nd edition was published in 1725. This work is a reply to Inigo Jones's "The Most Notable Antiquity of Great Britain", which argued that Stonehenge had been built by the Romans. The main text is preceded by two poems addressed to Charleton by Robert Howard and John Dryden respectively. The poem by Dryden is the first printing of his poem, "To my Honour'd Friend, Dr Charleton, on his learned and useful Works; and more particularly this of Stone-heng, by him restored to the true founders", which appears on b2r/v. Alterations were made to Dryden's verses as the book was going through the press and this copy is in the final corrected state. This was then attacked by John Webb's reply defending Jones in 1665. (ESTC R13338. Macdonald 8a. Wing C3666. Fowler 89. Osler 2290). Charleton, physician and natural philosopher. See ODNB.
Bookseller: Madoc Books (ABA-ILAB)
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2017-12-08 01:22:00
[Cabala].
1663. Folio (209 x 313 mm). (16), 416 (but: 428), (10) pp. Title page printed in red and black. Late 18th century full calf, spine gilt and stamped, gilt cover borders, leading edges gilt. Marbled endpapers and matching edges. Second edition of this highly interesting collection of letters by eminent personages, including Francis Bacon, Kenelm Digby, John Donne, Walter Raleigh and the monarchs enumerated in the title. "Quelques passages sont imprim. en chiffres dont la clef n'est pas donnée" (Rosenthal). First published in 1654. - Very slightly browned; slight dampstains in the lower gutter, 19th century handwritten ownership "M. Cowper" to title. The appealing binding has been professionally repaired at the hinges and reinforced from the inside. Front pastedown has engraved armorial bookplate of William (Clavering-)Cowper, after 1723 the 2nd Earl Cowper (1709-64), with his motto "Tuum est" (Franks 7108f.). Later in the Kenelm Digby collection of the physician K. Garth Huston (1926-87). Wing C 185. Rosenthal 6033. Rubin p. 9, no. 14 (this copy, described as a "very good copy"). OCLC 1394897. Cf. Lowndes 343 ("1651" in error). Not in Caillet or Dorbon.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [AT]
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2017-12-07 04:09:48
PASCAL (Blaise).
Paris, Deprez, 1663. In-12 de 14 feuillets non chiffrés, 232 pages, 4 ff. de table avec deux planches dépliantes. Très bon état intérieur. Ex-libris Etienne Cluzel. Superbe reliure en maroquin rouge à la Du Seuil, dos à nerfs richement orné, double filet sur les coupes, roulette intérieure, tranches dorées. Rare édition originale publiée l'année qui a suivi la mort de Pascal, par son beau-frère Florin Périer. La fameuse expérience du Puy de Dôme, répétée à Paris au sommet de la Tour Saint-Jacques, permit à Pascal d'affirmer que la pression atmosphérique variait avec l'altitude. Cette découverte spectaculaire fut la dernière victoire de l'auteur contre "l'horreur du vuide". L'entrée de sa soeur à Port Royal, l'accident de Neuilly dont il réchappa par miracle, le portèrent à des études "plus sérieuses" et l'éloignèrent tellement des choses de ce monde qu'il négligea de publier cet ouvrage. Après sa mort son beau-frère et collaborateur Périer s'en chargea. Très bel exemplaire. Tchemerzine IX, 64.
Bookseller: Librairie Bertran [France, Rouen]
2017-11-29 21:24:45
[Mocket, Richard. 1577 - 1618]
London: Imprinted by his Majesties Special Priviledge and Command, 1663. 1st edition thus; issue with line 7 ending "King of". Cf. Wing M2302. Modern dark brown spine & tips over marbled paper boards. Red leather title label to spine. Binding: VG+ Text: age-toning to paper; exlib with unobtrusive oval stamp to t.p. & frontis, Very Good.. [4], 40, [2 (blank)] pp. Frontis portrait of Charles II. Coat of Arms, A3r. Head- tailpieces. Decorative initial capital letters. Printed glosses. 4to: A - F^4. A1 = Frontis.
Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA
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2017-11-27 14:57:10
Ignatius von Loyola
- Nicht im VD 17 - Graff 551.- Über KVK nur 1 Ex. in der ÖNB in Wien nachweisbar.- Kurze Einführung in die Meditation aus den Exerzitien des Ignatius von Loyola zusammengestellt und zuvor 1663 bei Cornelius Woons in Antwerpen erschienen.- Leicht gebräunt od. wasserrandig.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller
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2017-11-26 11:54:27
Johannes BLAEU (Alkmaar 1571 - Amsterdam 1663)
Opera per la prima volta pubblicata nel "Theatrum Civitatum et admirandorum Italiae", pubblicato ad Amsterdam nel 1663. Johannes Blaeu, durante la sua lunga attività editoriale pubblica tre volumi sulle città italiane. Nel 1663 i primi tre, suddivisi in Stato della Chiesa, Roma e Regno di Napoli e Sicilia. Alla sua morte i suoi eredi danno alla luce altri due volumi datati 1682 incentrati sulle città del Piemonte e della Savoia, poi ristmapti da altri editori nel 1693 e 1697. Il francese Pierre Mortier pubblica una ristampa nel 1704/5, intitolata "Nouveau Theatre de l'Italie". L'opera è in quattro volumi e comprende le lastre del Blaeu, ritoccate e modificate in piccola parte, integrate dall'aggiunta di numerose nuove mappe di proprio disegno, raffiguranti le città della parte settentrionale della penisola, racchiuse nel primo volume dell'opera. L'atlante del Mortier venne pubblicato con testo latino, francese ed olandese. La particolarità che differenzia le due edizioni di Blaeu e Mortier è rappresentata dal fatto che il testo non è al verso della singola mappa (che quindi è bianca nel retro), ma si trova all'inizio di ogni singolo volume. Il grande successo dell'opera diede origine ad un'ulteriore ristampa, praticamente identica, curata da R. Alberts ed edita nel 1724/5. Le opere tratte dalla prima edizione del Blaeu, 1663, sono caratterizzate dalla presenza del testo al verso e sono piuttorsto rare. Incisione in rame, in buono stato di conservazione. Esemplare tratto dal "Nouveau Theatre de l'Italie" pubblicato ad Amsterdam nel 1704/5 o nel 1724. Bibliografia: Koeman pp. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2017-11-26 11:53:26
Johannes BLAEU (Alkmaar 1571 - Amsterdam 1663)
"RARA PRIMA EDIZIONE Opera tratta dal ""Theatrum Civitatum et admirandorum Italiae"", pubblicato ad Amsterdam nel 1663. Johannes Blaeu, durante la sua lunga attività editoriale pubblica tre volumi sulle città italiane. Nel 1663 i primi tre, suddivisi in Stato della Chiesa, Roma e Regno di Napoli e Sicilia. Alla sua morte i suoi eredi danno alla luce altri due volumi datati 1682 incentrati sulle città del Piemonte e della Savoia, poi ristmapti da altri editori nel 1693 e 1697. Le opere tratte dalla prima edizione del Blaeu, 1663, sono caratterizzate dalla presenza del testo al verso e sono piuttosto rare. Incisione in rame, in buono stato di conservazione. Bibliografia: Koeman pp. 332/338." From the Theatrum Civitatum et admirandorum Italiae, published in Amsterdam in 1663. In his long lasting working life, Johannes Blaeu published three books on Italian cities. In 1663 he published the volumes divided as follows: Papal State, Rome and the Reign of Naples. After his death, in 1682, his heirs published two more volumes, about the cities of Piedmont and Savoy, reissued afterwards in 1693 and 1697 by other publishers. The French publisher Pierre Mortier reissued some plates in 1704/5, with the title of Nouveau Theatre de l'Italie. The collection is made of four volumes, which include Blaeu's plates, though slightly changed and modified; with them, there are also many new maps drawn by Mortier himslef, depicting the cities of Northern Italy, published in the first volume. Mortier's atlas was published with Latin, French and Dutch text. The main difference between Blaeu's and Mor … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2017-11-24 10:42:21
BAYERN:
Altkolorierter Kupferstich v. J.B. Homann (1663-1724), um 1730, 56 x 48 cm Zeigt Franken mit Nürnberg und Bamberg im Zentrum. Titelkartousche oben rechts, Legende und Meilenanzeiger unten rechts. Links unten die Farbtabelle der Bistümer und Grafschaften. Über der Karte 2-zeiliger Kopftitel. ** Photos auf Wunsch im JPG-Format erhältlich.**
Bookseller: Kunsthandlung Goyert [Köln-Cologne, Germany]
2017-11-22 20:42:35
VOSS (Isaac)
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE CHAMONAL [Paris, France]
2017-11-22 20:15:23
2 parties en 1 volume in-8. Plein veau, dos à nerfs orné (Reliure du XVIIIs.). Très rare édition provinciale du célèbre "Index" de livres défendus. Il se trouve, avec un titre et une pagination indépendants, à la suite des Canons et Decrets du Concile de Trente. Cette édition manque à toutes les bibliothèques françaises. Ex libris manuscrit ancien "Lapeyriere et Laborie". Quelques pâles mouillures. Bon exemplaire bien relié au XVIIIème siècle.
Bookseller: L'Ile Enchantée [France, Paris]
2017-11-22 19:33:26
VOSS (Isaac)
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE CHAMONAL [Paris, France]
2017-11-22 19:26:11
FLECHIER (Esprit)
Bookseller: Libraire Bonnefoi Livres Anciens [FR]
2017-11-22 19:18:44
CHEN, Shigong (or CHIN, Jitsuko)
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller Inc. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2017-11-22 19:01:19
VOSS (Isaac)
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE CHAMONAL [Paris, France]
2017-11-20 21:11:36
AN
Firenze. Stamperia di S. A. S. 1663. Cm. 21; pp. (30). Legatura settecentesca in cartonato decorato, risguardi marmorizzati. Testo inquadrato entro cornice xilografica. 12 tabelle, una per ogni mese, a sua divise in giorni con indicazione delle ore dell'Oriuuolo e ore del sole. Una gora alle ultime pagine. Margine superiore in alcune carte rifilato. Nessuna copia in Iccu. (791/P) 836/32
Bookseller: Galleria La Stampa Antica [IT]
2017-11-20 12:59:50
RABELAIS, François;
Sans lieu [Amsterdam], Louis & Daniel Elzevier, 1663 2 volumes in-12 (71 x 129 mm), (12) ff., 409 pp. chiffrées 488, (6) ff., pp. 489 à 945, (4) ff., maroquin rouge, triple filet d'encadrement, dos lisse orné, pièces de titre et de tomaison en maroquin havane, filet sur les coupes et les coiffes, roulette intérieure, tranches dorées sur marbrure (reliure du XVIIIe siècle). Première édition elzévirienne, imprimée à Amsterdam par Louis et Daniel Elzevier. La Vie de Rabelais imprimée en tête et les notes sont attribuées à l'érudit Pierre du Puy. Vers la fin du second volume, la célèbre figure de La dive bouteille qui n'avait pas été imprimée depuis 1565 porte un long texte : O bouteille Pleine toute De mystère... Ravissant exemplaire en maroquin du XVIIIe siècle. Il est imprimé sur papier fin, meilleur, selon Tchémerzine, que ceux sur papier fort. Tchemerzine, Bibliographie d'éditions originales et rares d'auteurs français des XVe, XVIe, XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, V, 317. - Willems, Les Elzevier, Histoire et annales typographiques, 1316. - Rahir, Catalogue d'une collection unique de volumes imprimés par les Elzevier et divers typographes hollandais du XVIIe siècle, 1359.
Bookseller: Librairie Laurent Coulet [France, Paris]
2017-11-19 00:17:33
CHEN, Shigong (or CHIN, Jitsuko)
36 full-page illus. & one diagram in the text. 200; 188 folding leaves. Four parts in two vols. 8vo, orig. wrappers (wrappers quite worn & rubbed), new stitching. [Kyoto?]: 1663 ["Kanbun 3"].First edition to be published in Japan; it is printed in Chinese with Japanese reading marks. According to Mestler (see reference below), of all the classical Chinese books on surgery which had found their way into Japan, this work was by far the most important. It was written by a Chinese physician, Chin (or Chen), and first published in 1617 in China under the title Xin kan Wai ke zheng zong."There are no known dates for this Chin, but it is accounted in one of the prefaces that he practiced medicine for 45 years, during a time in which surgery was difficult. Most persons practicing this art [surgery] kept it secret, but Chin wrote this book to make his treatments available to everyone. First he applied salve to sores, then he cut them out 'and it was a very bloody scene.' Chen, who treated all persons, rich and poor alike, had a nice 'personality' - which was important praise because in those days the physicians treated patients in accordance to their wealth. He was especially noted for his treatment of tumors, boils, ulcers and abscesses. Chin received much money from his patients, and he used it to build a shrine to the gods of medical science and pharmacology."-Mestler, A Galaxy of Old Japanese Medical Books, III, p. 149.This work is concerned with the causes, diagnoses, methods of treatments, prescriptions, and case histories of various diseases requiring surgery. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc. [US]
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2017-11-15 17:47:37
DU BOSC DE MONTANDRE
P., Estienne, Loyson, 1663. In 4 veau de l'époque, dos orné à nerfs, 19 feuillets non chiffrés, 300-120-104 pp. ****
Bookseller: Livres anciens et modernes Gilles Hassan [FR]
2017-11-10 22:43:07
VEER, Gerrit de.
Amsterdam, Gillis Joosten Saeghman, 1663.4to. Old wrappers. With large woodcut on title-page, full-page woodcut by C.S. Vichem on verso of title-page and 16 fine woodcuts in text (15 within two ornamental woodcut side borders). 52 pp.First edition published in 1598. - Classic account of the three earliest Dutch exploration voyages (1594, 1595, 1596) in search of a northeast passage by Willem Barentsz, two in company with Jan Huygen van Linschoten, the celebrated traveler to the East. The author, Gerrit de Veer, had taken part in the second and third voyage. During the third voyage Barendsz and his crew members were iced in and forced to winter over in Novaya Zemlya in a wooden cabin ('Het behouden Huis'). Trapped from August 26, 1596, to June 14, 1597, they were finally able to sail in open boats some 1600 miles during which they battled continuously against marauding polar bears and pack ice. Barendsz had taken ill and died five days after their escape from the arctic wastes. In 1871 the expedition's winter quarters were found along with many artifacts. Though a northeast passage was not found, the expeditions were considerable successful for the discovery of Spitsbergen in 1596 and for their reports of the abundance of right whales off Spitsbergen, encouraging the start of Dutch arctic whaling. A major work of Arctic exploration and the Dutch quest for a Northeast passage to the Orient. Pp. 51-52 contains: Journael van Herry Hutson, gedaen in den iare 1609 op het believen van de bewint-hebberen van de Oost-Indische Geoctroyeerde Compagnie uytgesonden, om de passagie by … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Gert Jan BESTEBREURTJE Rare Books [Netherlands]
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2017-11-10 16:56:33
MARINI, Giovanni Filippo de.
Cordier, Indonesica, col. 1046; Cordier, Japonica, cols. 376-377. First French translation of part of De Marini's account of Tonkin and Laos, first published in Italian in 1663. Of the original five books of the Italian edition, the present includes book one and part of book five. It is divided into two parts (Relation nouvelle and Histoire nouvelle), the first devoted to Tonkin (today part of Vietnam) and the second to Laos. Giovanni Filippo de Marini (1608-1682) served as a Jesuit missionary in Goa, Macao, and Tonkin, but he also visited Siam and Japan. Some spotting, browned throughout, binding rubbed and front hinge restored, otherwise in good condition.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2017-11-07 23:56:45
Richard Daniel, Edward Cocker
In-4° oblungo; 1 carta bianca con due note di possesso (Simeon Lynde of Boston - 1675- e al verso Joshua Bill); 1 carta di dedica a Re Carlo datata 1663; 64 c. di tavv. ( nella prima è presente il Frontespizio) mancanti tavv. 11, 65 e 66. Legatura in cartonato con titolo applicato sul dorso.
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [IT]
2017-11-03 15:58:09
Sansovino, Francesco
Venice: Steffano Curti, 1663. first edition. thick octavo in ivory hardcovers with burgundy leather frame and gold letters on spine; in good condition; strong binding; general soiling from age and shelf wear; tiny bump on upper right corner; wove paper with dusty, heavily deckle edges; ink and pencil inscriptions inside covers; frontispiece full size engraving; minor, minimal pencil marginalia and checkmarks; general offsetting not affecting text; pp. 754 followed by 38 pages of timeline, and index; in ITALIAN, Gothic print; shelved in Case # 3; please contact us for shipping costs. Dupont.
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2017-11-03 14:16:47
Corpus
Used [Publisher: Frankfurt am Main, Sumptibus Societatis, imprimebat Hieronymus Polichius,] 1663
Bookseller: amazon.de
2017-11-03 06:37:57
JANSON, Henry Sir
London : printed for Theo Sadler, 1663. - 1663 Philanax Anglicus Anti Presbyterian Church of England & Protestant Politics A rare piece of 17th-century anti-Presbyterian propaganda by Henry Janson. This book, ‘Philanax Anglicus’ primarily deals with exposing the Presbyterian faith for its flaws and creating clear reminders of acceptable behaviors of a Protestant. The author of the preface provides a clear purpose: “[this book] is as properly applicable to all sorts of Christian people, who out to take it for a Warning Piece, to arm themselves against that most horrid cheat of Presbytery. The Ministers of the Presbyterian Religion represent the true Church of Christ to be a Monster, composed of all sorts of abomination” This work also deals with how religion and government should be paired – that the King and Pope both have powers over their subjects and the realm in which they have been given authority. Janson states clearly that the King is the highest power and cannot be considered a traitor. “No king can be a traitor, nor Pope excommunicated. There can be no judge above the king.” Item number: #1418 Price: $499 JANSON, Henry Sir Philanax Anglicus, or, A Christian caveat for all kings, princes & prelates : how they entrust a sort of pretended Protestants of integrity, or suffer them to commix with their respective governments : shewing plainly from the principles of all their predecessors, that it is impossible to be at the same time Presbyterians, and not rebels : with a compendious draught of their portraictures and petigree done to th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian
2017-11-02 18:23:40
1663. Antique map, titled: 'The City of Cochin ( ).' - Plan of Cochin, Malabar Coast, India, during the attack by Admiral van Goens in 1663. This map was published in 'The True and Exact Description of the Most Celebrated East - India Coast of Malabar and Choromandel as also of the Island of Ceylon' by Philip Baldeaus (first published in 1672); part of Churchill's 'A Collection of Voyages and Travels, some now first printed from original manuscripts others now first printed in English', printed in 1744 for Henry Lintot and John Osborn. Engraving / etching with hand colouring on hand laid (verge) paper. Description: From: Churchill's 'A Collection of Voyages and Travels, some now first printed from original manuscripts others now first printed in English', printed in 1744 for Henry Lintot and John Osborn.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Philip Baldaeus' after an anonymous artist. Made by 'Philip Baldaeus' after an anonymous artist. Condition: Good, given age. Some staining in the margins. A few minor spots. Original folds as issued. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: BG-B15-42 Iscra The overall size is ca. 16.1 x 13.5 inch. The image size is ca. 14.3 x 10.6 inch. The overall size is ca. 41 x 34.4 cm. The image size is ca. 36.2 x 27 cm.
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-11-01 17:41:33
Antique Master Print, titled: '3. West-Indise vogels, door de Hollanders Juffertjes genaamd.' - Depiction of "Juffertjes", birds that look to be Cranes. Etching on hand laid paper. Description: From a series of 16 birds. State: Only state. Ref: Wurzbach 4. Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Sieuwert van der Meulen' after own design. Sieuwert van der Meulen (1663-1730) was an 18th-century painter. He was born in Alkmaar, the son of Catharina Oostfries and Claes van der Meulen and became a member of the Alkmaar Guild of St. Luke in 1700 but also worked in Haarlem. He designed and etched prints, for example a series of 16 etchings titled 'Navigiorum Aedificatio', on the history of a ship. This was published by Peter Schenk the Elder in Amsterdam and shows a pictorial documentary of how ships were built, launched, repaired, provisioned, and used in the early 18th century. Condition: Excellent, given age. Cropped to the platemark, very good example. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: TPCLA-C2-34 The overall size is ca. 8.2 x 6.8 inch. The image size is ca. 8.1 x 6.7 inch. The overall size is ca. 20.8 x 17.2 cm. The image size is ca. 20.7 x 17.1 cm.
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-11-01 11:28:44
Moliere, I. B. P.:
Elzevir bzw Abraham de Hondt 1694 1663 - 2 Werke in 1 Bd., Sedez, Titelblatt mit Vignette (Elzevir-Sphäre), 104; [3] Bl., 58 S., schlichte jüngere Broschur, S. leicht gebräunt u. teils gering stockfleckig, guter Zustand. Sprache: Französisch 0,300 gr. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Zimmerantiquariat [Germany]
2017-11-01 08:35:24
- Altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Johann Baptist Homann (1663 - 1724), um 1730, 48,5 x 57,5 cm Zeigt die Toskana und den Kirchenstaat, sowie Elba und das nord-östliche Korsika. Mit dekorativer Titelkartusche oben rechts und den Meilenanzeiger unten mittig. ** Photos auf Wunsch im JPG-Format erhältlich.**
Bookseller: Kunsthandlung Goyert
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2017-10-28 10:04:34
Patin Charles
Jean Du Bray, Pierre Variquet, Robert de Ninville, 1663. Volume in folio, legatura coeva in piena pelle, triplice cornice impressa in oro e grande medaglione centrale impresso e decorato in oro alle armi (Luigi XIV) ad ambedue i piatti, dorso a sei nervi, finemente ornato in oro a scomparti, titolo inciso in oro al dorso, taglio a spruzzo, interno piatti decorato, due carte bianche, magnifica antiporta allegorica incisa su rame da Francois Chaveau, frontespizio stampato in rosso e nero con grande vignetta allegorica incisa (due macchiette d'inchiostro al margine bianco superiore e un restauro di pochi cm. al margine esterno), 2 tavole f.t. da incisione su rame con i ritratti in ovale di Luigi XIV e del Patin, deliziose testatine e capilettera ornati in xilografia, dedicatorie e componimenti poetici preliminari di vari autori, seguiti da una "Praefatio in Numismata" di Fulvio Orsini, (36), 429 pp., errata e due carte bianche finali; Centinaia di incisioni in rame n.t., molte delle quali a mezza pagina, con la riproduzione di monete romane della raccolta dell'Orsini, uno dei massimi umanisti e archeologi del Rinascimento. Edizione originale di questa magnifica opera fondamentale di numismatica compiuta dal Patin (Parigi, 1633-ivi, 1693), illustre figura di medico e numismatico, della collezione di monete familiari romane dell'Orsini. Lievi mende e qualche spellatura agli angoli della legatura, interno fresco e pulito, inchiostratura nitida su bella carta nerbata e croccante. Ottimo esemplare. Raro ed importante.
Bookseller: Libreria Accademia degli Erranti [IT]
2017-10-28 06:32:06
Johannes BLAEU (Alkmaar 1571 - Amsterdam 1663)
"Pianta prospettica con alzati verticali della città, incisa da Bastaien Stopendaal per l'editore Johannes Blaeu. Si tratta di una derivazione della grande carta di Alessandro Baratta, edita da Giovanni Orlandi nel 1629 Esemplare tratto dal ""Nouveau Theatre de l'Italie"" pubblicato ad Amsterdam nel 1704/5 o nel 1724. Opera per la prima volta pubblicata nel "Theatrum Civitatum et admirandorum Italiae", edito ad Amsterdam nel 1663. Johannes Blaeu, durante la sua lunga attività editoriale pubblica tre volumi sulle città italiane. Nel 1663 i primi tre, suddivisi in Stato della Chiesa, Roma e Regno di Napoli e Sicilia. Alla sua morte i suoi eredi danno alla luce altri due volumi datati 1682 incentrati sulle città del Piemonte e della Savoia, poi ristampati da altri editori nel 1693 e 1697. Il francese Pierre Mortier pubblica una ristampa nel 1704/5, intitolata "Nouveau Theatre de l'Italie". L'opera è in quattro volumi e comprende le lastre del Blaeu, ritoccate e modificate in piccola parte, integrate dall'aggiunta di numerose nuove mappe di proprio disegno, raffiguranti le città della parte settentrionale della penisola, racchiuse nel primo volume dell'opera. L'atlante del Mortier venne pubblicato con testo latino, francese ed olandese. La particolarità che differenzia le due edizioni di Blaeu e Mortier è rappresentata dal fatto che il testo non è al verso della singola mappa (che quindi è bianca nel retro), ma si trova all'inizio di ogni singolo volume. Il grande successo dell'opera diede origine ad un'ulteriore ristampa, praticamente identica, curata da R. Alberts ed edita ne … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2017-10-28 02:32:07
1663. Antique Master Print, untitled. Windswept landscape with a rainstorm and three travellers. Etching on hand laid paper. Watermark: Cockatrice. Description: Published by Drevet. State: Second state of 2. Ref: Undescribed. Second state with the adress of Pierre Drevet (1663-1738).Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Gabriel Perelle' after an anonymous artist. This plate by one of the brothers Adam (1640-1695), Gabriel (c. 1603-1677) or Nicolas Perelle (1631-c.1695), French engravers / etchers active in Paris, specialized in classical landscapes. Condition: Very good, given age. Small margins. Some faint stains in the margin and image edge. Sheet minimally warped. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: TPCLA-C16-28 The overall size is ca. 11.7 x 5 inch. The image size is ca. 11.5 x 4.8 inch. The overall size is ca. 29.6 x 12.7 cm. The image size is ca. 29.2 x 12.1 cm.
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-27 19:59:28
Scherzer, Johann Adam
Leipzig, Bauer, 1663. 4 Bll., 170 S., 7 Bll. Pappband. 19 x 15 cm. VD17 39:139757G; Fürst III, 268. - Lateinisch-hebräische Studie zu "Ma`aseh Bereshit" (Erschaffung der Welt) und "Ma`aseh Merkabah" ("Thronwagen? der Vision des Ezechiel), basierend auf den Kommentaren des Abravanel (über die Propheten), Rashi (Genesis), Maimonides (Hilchot Yesodei Torah) sowie aus anderen Quellen. Der lutherische Theologe Johann Adam Scherzer (auch Schertzer; 1628-1683) war der Lehrer von Gottfried Leibniz. - Titelblatt gebräunt. [2 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski [Germany]
2017-10-27 18:52:56
CHALCOCONDYLES, Laonicus [ie Laonikos Chalkokondyles] (ca 1430 - ca 1470).
Paris: Cramoisy, 1662 [but 1663]. CHALCOCONDYLES, Laonicus [ie Laonikos Chalkokondyles] (ca 1430 - ca 1470). Histoire Generale des Turcs, contenant l'Histoire de Chalcondyle, traduite par Blaise de Vigenaire, Avec les Illustraions du mesine Autheur. Et conteinuee jusques en l'an M.DC. XII. par Thomas Artus; Et en cette Edition, par le Sieur de Mezeray, jusques en l'annee 1661. De Plus, L'Histoire du Serail par le Sieur Baudier, les Figures et Descriptions des Principaux Officiers Et autres Personnes de l'Empire Turc, par Nicolai. Les tableaux prophitiques sur la ruine du mesme empire et la traduction des annales des Turcs, piece tres necessaire pour l'intelligence de tout le corps de cette Histoire, mise du Latin en Francois, par ledit Sieur de Mezeray. Paris: Chez Sebastien Cramoisy, Imprimeur & Libraire ordinaire du Roy, Rue Saint Jacques, aux Cicognes, 1662 [engraved title-pages date 1663]. 2 volumes. Folio (14 x 8 6/8 inches). Half-titles, letterpress title-pages printed in red and black with large woodcut printer's device. Additional engraved historiated title-pages, volume one with 20 fine engraved vignette portraits of Turkish rulers, volume II with one folding woodcut plate of the Turkish Army, one double-page and folding engraved view of Constantinople (laid down on archival tissue), 5 vignettes of portraits of Turkish rulers, 64 full-page engraved plates of portraits of religious figures, characters and costumes (one plate torn across the image, one repaired in the margin affecting the image, one with a small hole in the centre of the image, one with pencilled ann … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries - Aradernyc [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2017-10-27 10:55:29
Boyle, Robert Esq. (1627-1691)
London: (1663). London, Printed for Henry Herringman, at the Anchor in the Lower Walk in the New-Exchange. MDCLXIII. - The first theological work by chemist and natural philosopher Robert Boyle, answering criticisms levelled against the Bible on the grounds of style, language and arrangement. The first edition was published in 1661. Dedicatory epistle written to Boyle's older brother, Roger Boyle (1621-79) , who was appointed 1st Earl of Orrery and Lord President of Munster, both in 1660.; 254 pages, 8vo
Bookseller: Antiquarian Collections [Charleston, SC, UNITED STATES]
2017-10-26 22:31:01
NANI Battista.
Per Combi, & La Nou, In Venezia, 1663. 2ª edizione. Opera dedicata al Doge Domenico Contarini. Cm.24,4x18,5. Pg.(8), 744, (24). Legatura in piena pergamena semirigida con titoli manoscritti, sbiaditi, al dorso. Marca tipografica impressa la frontespizio, con Minerva seduta con una lancia, uno scudo e una civetta. Testo in bordura. Alcuni capilettera ornati e cartigli. Tagli spruzzati. Lieve alone da umidità alle prime carte, ma fresco esemplare. Timbro di biblioteca estinta al frontespizio. Giovanni Battista Felice Gaspare Nani (Venezia, 1616-1678), di nobili origini, fu a lungo ambasciatore della Serenissima Repubblica in Francia, intrattenendo amichevoli rapporti con il Cardinale Mazzarino. Nominato storiografo della Repubblica, dopo il Trattato di Candia nel 1671 ebbe l'incarico di delineare i confini dalmati con l'Impero Ottomano. La presente costituisce la sua opera principale. Fu pubblicata la prima volta nel 1662 ed in seguito, nel 1679, ampliata e riveduta in due volumi. > Vinciana, 1038, "Tra le più importanti del secolo, questa storia tratta più dei Francesi in Italia che del resto: fu accolta con interesse, e ne fanno fede le numerose edizioni. L'Autore si occupa particolarmente delle guerre in Dalmazia e a Candia". Jöcher, III, 809. Gamba, 2022, segnalando edizioni successive, ". rimane sempre questa Storia una delle più perfette, che si abbiano, e la Francia e l'Inghilterra l'hanno voltata ne' loro idiomi". Lozzi, II, 6071, cita edizione successiva. Graesse, VI, 644. 1400 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: studio bibliografico pera s.a.s. [LUCCA, Italy]
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2017-10-26 18:41:53
Rosini, Joannis [1551-1626, compiler]; with Dempsteri, Thomae [1579-1625], ed.; Manuti, Pauli [Pauli Manutius, 1512-1574]; Schotti, Andrreae [1552-1626]; Schrevelio, Cornelio [1608-1661], editor
Lugduni Batavorum: Hackios, Parentem & Filios, 1663. Later printing. Quarto; vg+/none; leather brown spine with rive raised bands and gilt title on black label; expertly rebacked; front and back board with original vellum; blind stamped centerpieces within blind ruled borders; spot staining and age-toning; ex libris, signature; new endpapers; light general toning with some foxing; pages clear and bright; text block edges darkened; 956 pp.; Index, 30 pp.; letterpress texture; divided into 15 chapters: I-X, ANCIENT ROMA; appendix with 2 chapters by Pauli Manutii, De Legibus and De Senatus; and 3 by And. Schotti Electis, De Priscis, De Tribus, and De Ludis; Illus, engraved title page with five engraved plates [96, 136, 208, 234, and 262]; plate 4 [pg. 234] upper fore-edge corner torn/missing; no plan of Roma and no folding plates; rare doodle [618]; extra leather label; missing clasps; TEXT IN LATIN WITH SOME GREEK. ---Subtitles:Thomae Dempsteri J.C. Cui accedunt Pauli Manutii Libri II. De Legibus, et de Senatu, Cum Andreae Schotti Electis, Accurante Cornelius Schrevelio Lugduni Batavorum Apud: Hackios, Parentem & Filios, MDCLXIII]; --- Shelvedin Case #3.
Bookseller: Second Story Books [United States]
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