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         Austria archiducatus

      Artist: Janssonius/Hondius H Johann (d) ; issued in: Amsterdam; date: (d)1664 - - technic: Copper print; - colorit: colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 36 x 53; - description: Map shows Austria with Linz and Vienna; - vita of the artist: Johannes Janssonius (Jansson),( 1588- 1664) Amsterdam was born in Arnhem, the son of Jan Janszoon the Elder,a publisher and bookseller. In 1612 he married Elisabeth de Hondt, the daughter of Jodocus Hondius. He produced his first maps in 1616 of France and Italy. In 1623 Janssonius owned a bookstore in Frankfurt am Main, later also in Danzig, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Berlin, Königsberg, Geneva and Lyon. In the 1630s he formed a partnership with his brother in law Henricus Hondius, and together they published atlases as Mercator/Hondius/Janssonius.Under the leadership of Janssonius the Hondius Atlas was steadily enlarged. Renamed Atlas Novus, it had three volumes in 1638, one fully dedicated to Italy. 1646 a fourth volume came out with English County Maps, a year after a similar issue by Willem Blaeu. Janssonius' maps are similar to those of Blaeu, and he is often accused of copying from his rival, but many of his maps predate those of Blaeu and/or covered different regions. By 1660, at which point the atlas bore the appropriate name Atlas Major, there were 11 volumes, containing the work of about a hundred credited authors and engravers. It included a description of most of the cities of the world (Townatlas), of the waterworld (Atlas Maritimus in 33 maps), and of the Ancient World (60 maps). The eleventh volume was the Atlas of the Heavens by Andreas Cellarius. Editions were printed in Dutch, Latin, French, and a few times in German.

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         Türckisches Städt-Büchlein: Darinn Hundert und etliche der auserlesensten Städte, Vestungen und Schlösser, so der Ottomannischen Herrschafft, theils im Königreich Ungarn, theils in andern Reichen und Theilen der Welt, unterworffen; Samt deren Belägerung, Eroberung, Schlachten, Antiquitäten [.].

      Nuremberg, Johann Hofmann, 1664. - 12mo. (20), 455, (1) pp. With separate double-page-sized engraved title and 24 engraved plates (mostly views). (Bound after) II: Grundmann, Martin. Geist- und Weltliche Geschichtschule, oder ergetzliche nutz- und lehrreiche Geschichte, Beyspiele und Begebnüsse von mancherley wunderbare[n] Verhengnüssen, Gerichten, Wolthaten und Straffen Gottes, als auch seltsamen Zufällen, Eigenschafften und denckwürdigen Tugend- und Lasterthaten der Menschenkinder. Auß bewährten, gelährter Leute Geschicht- Zeit- und Kunstbüchern zusammenbracht. Dresden, Andreas Löffler, 1655. (12), 405, (11) pp. With separate engraved title page and a numismatic plate opposite p. 185. Contemporary vellum. Early, rare German-language gazetteer of the Ottoman Empire, describing many cities and places throughout the Middle East, the Mediterranean and Eastern Europe, including 17th-century accounts of Aden, Mecca and Medina in Arabia. The bird's eye views and plates include Aden, Alexandria, Algiers, and Rhodes; Constantinople; Buda, Pest, Kanizsa, Eger, Esztergom, and Temesvar, as well as Muhammad's grave in Medina. Prefixed to the work is an index of sources from whom this compilation has been drawn (including several Muslim and oriental authors). - Bound first is the first edition of Grundmann's historical manual, with alphabetical articles about the lives or rulers and saints, rare and fantastic plants and beasts, exotic godheads, historical events, commendable traits of character, etc. The fine engraved title includes eight emblematic vignettes. - Old stamps to titles of Grundmann's work; altogether a finely preserved specimen. I: VD 17, 23:315597C. Dünnhaupt 11 (citing only 22 plates). Nebehay/Wagner 1051 (citing only 17 plates). Jöcher II, 704. Will I, 463. Not in Aboussouan, Atabey, Blackmer. - II: VD 17, 39:119939P. [Attributes: First Edition]

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         KLEEDINGE VAN CANADA

      [Np, but probably Holland, 1664. Engraving, 12 x 7 1/2 inches. Old crease mark across lower left corner, closely trimmed at upper left margin of print. Remnant of tape in upper right corner. A good copy. A fine engraving of an American Indian family consisting of a father, mother, and baby. The man, dressed in decorated shoes, leggings, and cape, is holding a bow and arrow and carries a quiver. The woman, carrying the child at her breast, is also handsomely dressed and is wearing jewelry on her wrists, arms, and across her chest. Although the natives are identified as being from Canada, a palm tree is in the background. The engraving is derived from an illustration originally published in François Du Creux's HISTORIAE CANADENSIS, published in Paris in 1664. The work from which this particular print derives is presently unknown, although the artist and engraver are identified, respectively, as A.a. Diepenbeck and A. Melaer, and "fol. 405" is engraved in the upper left corner. A delightful European representation of an Indian family, most probably produced before 1700.

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         Maximit Totius Europae Fluminis Danubii cursus per Germaniam Hungariamque Nova Delineatio.

      Artist: Janssonius/Hondius H Johann ca ; issued in: Amsterdam; date: ca1664 - - technic: Copper print; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Perfect condition; - size (in cm): 44,5 x 51; - description: Map depicts the river Donau on two maps. The source of the river Brigach and Breg in Germany. The the river flow in Austria, Slowakia, Hungary, Serbia to Belgrad.; - vita of the artist: Johannes Janssonius (Jansson),( 1588- 1664) Amsterdam was born in Arnhem, the son of Jan Janszoon the Elder,a publisher and bookseller. In 1612 he married Elisabeth de Hondt, the daughter of Jodocus Hondius. He produced his first maps in 1616 of France and Italy. In 1623 Janssonius owned a bookstore in Frankfurt am Main, later also in Danzig, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Berlin, Königsberg, Geneva and Lyon. In the 1630s he formed a partnership with his brother in law Henricus Hondius, and together they published atlases as Mercator/Hondius/Janssonius.Under the leadership of Janssonius the Hondius Atlas was steadily enlarged. Renamed Atlas Novus, it had three volumes in 1638, one fully dedicated to Italy. 1646 a fourth volume came out with English County Maps, a year after a similar issue by Willem Blaeu. Janssonius' maps are similar to those of Blaeu, and he is often accused of copying from his rival, but many of his maps predate those of Blaeu and/or covered different regions. By 1660, at which point the atlas bore the appropriate name Atlas Major, there were 11 volumes, containing the work of about a hundred credited authors and engravers. It included a description of most of the cities of the world (Townatlas), of the waterworld (Atlas Maritimus in 33 maps), and of the Ancient World (60 maps). The eleventh volume was the Atlas of the Heavens by Andreas Cellarius. Editions were printed in Dutch, Latin, French, and a few times in German.

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         Tutte le Opere Spirituali del beato francesco di sales ridotte in poltiglia... tradotte in volgare da diuerfi

      1664.

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         Lausitzische Merckwürdigkeiten Darinnen von Beyden Marggraffthümern in fünff unterschiedlichen Theilen Von den Wichtigsten Geschichten

      5 Teile in einem Band., Mit gest. Fronispiz. und 7 gefaltenen Stammtafeln. Einzige Ausgabe der ersten großen Landeskunde der Ober- und Niederlausitz in deutscher Sprache. Hauptwerk des Görlitzer Gymnasialdirektors Samuel Großer (1664-1736). Neu aufgebunden, Titel und letzte Seite (Druckfehlerberichtigung) als Kopie ergänzt. Bis auf das Frontispiz ohne sämtliche Kupfertafeln. Anfangs etwas fingerfleckig, sonst sauber und gut erhalten.

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         4 Titel in einem Bd.] 1. Kurtzer Bericht wie man sich vor der Pest bewahren solle. Bey jetzigen und künfftigen gefährlichen Zeiten nothwendig nüzlich zu lesen (...), 1666, 93 pag. S., 7 Bl. handschriftl. Notizen 2. Kurtzer Underricht vornehmlich von Cur der Pest / und dann was weniges von Verhütung derselben (...), 1667, 54 pag. S., 1 Bl. handschriftl. Notizen 3. Bericht vom Nutzen und Gebrauch der Fontanellen und wie man allerley Zufäll darbey theils verhüten / theils begegnen soll (...), 1656, 64 pag. S., 7 Bl. handschriftl. Notizen Beigebunden 4. Bedencken von Verhütung vor dem Schlag oder Gwalt Gottes (...),1662, Titelblatt fehlt, 2 Bl.,166 pag. S. 11 Bl. handschriftliche Notizen .

      Kl.8 (16,5 x 9,5 cm), , Privat-HPgt. der Zeit, Rückenbeschriftung von Hand, Fliegende Vorsätze fehlen, Titelblatt von Teil I fehlt, dort das 1 Blatt mit längerem Einriss im Falz, etliche Seiten mit Tuschunterstreichungen, etwas gebräunt und leicht stockfleckig. Zu I.: 3. Ausgabe. - Krivatsy 10617 - Zu II: 2. Ausgabe. - vgl. Krivatsy 10618 (Ausgabe 1664) - Zu III. u. IV. Die beiden äusserst seltenen Pestschriften sind weder in der wichtigsten Medizinbibliothek, der National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, USA, noch in der Barockbibliothek Wolfenbüttel vorhanden, auch nicht bei Waller, Osler, Neu u.a. - Die handschriftlichen Blätter mit Register stammen aus der Zeit. - Der Teils unter dem Pseudonym "Omophrius" publizierende Arzt Christoph Schorer (1618-1671) verfasste zahlreiche astronomische, historische und moraldidaktische Schriften, letztere wurden laut Killy u.a. von Grimmelshausen eifrig benutzt. Schorer studierte in Strassburg, betrieb zugleich auch astronomische Studien und veröffentlichte 1641 einen astrologischen Kalender, von dem 30 weitere Jahrgänge erschienen sind. 1643 brachte er in Basel zu, bereiste darauf Burgund, hielt sich einige Zeit in Montbéliard auf und begab sich hierauf nach Padua, wo er 1654 promovierte. Nach Deutschland zurückgekehrt, ließ er sich an seinem Geburtsort nieder, erwarb dort das Vertrauen des Herzogs von Württenberg. 1655 wurde er Stadtphysikus von Memmingen. Unter den medizinschen Schriften - von denen zweifellos die Pest-Schriften die wichtigsten und seltensten sind - verdient außer den hier noch vorliegenden, auch sein Buch "Medicina Peregrinantium, oder Artzney der Raisenden" von 1666 Erwähnung. (vgl. Killy Bd. X, S 374ff.).Omnibus-volume with 4 medical titles, including 2 very rare tracts on the black death. Contents see above. (III) and (IV) uncited by any bibliographers. Preserved in contemporary half vellum (rubbed, worn, somewhat warped). - Lacking title of (I), some underlinings and annotations. some browning and foxing.

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         Protoparchie Mindelhemensis

      Artist: Homann Johann Babtiste ( - 1724) Nuremberg; issued in: Nuremberg; date: ca 1710 1664 - - technic: Copper print; - colorit: colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 49 x 58; - description: Map of Mindelheim and a total view; -vita of the artist: Johann Babtiste Homann (1664-1724), Nuremberg, was born in Oberkammlach, the Electorate of Bavaria. Although educated at a Jesuit school, and preparing for an ecclesiastical career, he eventually converted to Protestantism and from 1687 worked as a civil law notary in Nuremberg. He soon turned to engraving and cartography; in 1702 he founded his own publishing house.Homann acquired renown as a leading German cartographer, and in 1715 was appointed Imperial Geographer by Emperor Charles VI. Giving such privileges to individuals was an added right that the Holy Roman Emperor enjoyed. In the same year he was also named a member of the Prussian Academy of Sciences in Berlin. Of particular significance to cartography were the imperial printing privileges (Latin: privilegia impressoria). These protected for a time the authors in all scientific fields such as printers, copper engravers, map makers and publishers. They were also very important as a recommendation for potential customers.In 1716 Homann published his masterpiece Grosser Atlas ueber die ganze Welt (Grand Atlas of all the World). Numerous maps were drawn up in cooperation with the engraver Christoph Weigel the Elder, who also published Siebmachers Wappenbuch.Homann died in Nuremberg. He was succeeded by the Homann heirs company, which was in business until 1848. The company was known as Homann Erben, Homanniani Heredes, or Heritiers de Homann abroad.

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         Ephemerides Motuum Coelestium Geometricae

      Artist: Homann / Doppelmayer JG Johann Babtiste ( - 1724) Nuremberg; issued in: Nuremberg; date: ca 1707 1664 - - technic: Copper print; - colorit: colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 49 x 57; - description: Map of the ephemerides, the predicted positions of the planets for the years 1708 and 1709.; -vita of the artist: Johann Babtiste Homann (1664-1724) was born in Oberkammlach, the Electorate of Bavaria. Although educated at a Jesuit school, and preparing for an ecclesiastical career, he eventually converted to Protestantism and from 1687 worked as a civil law notary in Nuremberg. He soon turned to engraving and cartography; in 1702 he founded his own publishing house.Homann acquired renown as a leading German cartographer, and in 1715 was appointed Imperial Geographer by Emperor Charles VI. Giving such privileges to individuals was an added right that the Holy Roman Emperor enjoyed. In the same year he was also named a member of the Prussian Academy of Sciences in Berlin. Of particular significance to cartography were the imperial printing privileges (Latin: privilegia impressoria). These protected for a time the authors in all scientific fields such as printers, copper engravers, map makers and publishers. They were also very important as a recommendation for potential customers.In 1716 Homann published his masterpiece Grosser Atlas ueber die ganze Welt (Grand Atlas of all the World). Numerous maps were drawn up in cooperation with the engraver Christoph Weigel the Elder, who also published Siebmachers Wappenbuch.Homann died in Nuremberg. He was succeeded by the Homann heirs company, which was in business until 1848. The company was known as Homann Erben, Homanniani Heredes, or Heritiers de Homann abroad. Johann Babtiste Homann (1664-1724) was born in Oberkammlach, the Electorate of Bavaria. Although educated at a Jesuit school, and preparing for an ecclesiastical career, he eventually converted to Protestantism and from 1687 worked as a civil law notary in Nuremberg. He soon turned to engraving and cartography; in 1702 he founded his own publishing house.Homann acquired renown as a leading German cartographer, and in 1715 was appointed Imperial Geographer by Emperor Charles VI. Giving such privileges to individuals was an added right that the Holy Roman Emperor enjoyed. In the same year he was also named a member of the Prussian Academy of Sciences in Berlin. Of particular significance to cartography were the imperial printing privileges (Latin: privilegia impressoria). These protected for a time the authors in all scientific fields such as printers, copper engravers, map makers and publishers. They were also very important as a recommendation for potential customers.In 1716 Homann published his masterpiece Grosser Atlas ueber die ganze Welt (Grand Atlas of all the World). Numerous maps were drawn up in cooperation with the engraver Christoph Weigel the Elder, who also published Siebmachers Wappenbuch.Homann died in Nuremberg. He was succeeded by the Homann heirs company, which was in business until 1848. The company was known as Homann Erben, Homanniani Heredes, or Heritiers de Homann abroad.

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         Geldmangel in Teutschlande und desselben gründliche Ursachen nach Anleitung des warhafften Verlaufs des in unserm Vaterlande . verführten Wesens und Wandels . Doppelblattgroßes Frontispiz, 12 Bl., 2 weiße Bl., 821 S., 1 Bl. Druckfehler. Pergamentbd d. Z. mit handschriftl. Rückentitel.

      Bayreuth, Johann Gebhard, 1664. - Sehr seltene erste Ausgabe des seltenen und heute wenig bekannten ökonomischen "Bestsellers" des Barock, in dem die Ursachen des Geldwertverfalls nach dem dreißigjährigen Krieg untersucht werden: der Rückgang der Bevölkerung, die "Ausfuhr" von Geld als Kriegsbeute, zu hohe Zölle und Steuern, erhöhte Münzprägung und dabei insbesondere die Prägung nicht vollwertiger Münzen, mangelndes Kreditwesen, Betrug sowie allgemein die schlechte Justiz und Regierung. Das Buch stellt eine Fundgrube ersten Ranges zur Sozial- und Wirtschaftsgeschichte des Barock dar. Das schöne Frontispiz zeigt 12 emblematische Darstellungen unter dem Motto "Das Land voll Segen ist". Das Werk ist eine sehr frühe Veröffentlichung des Erasmus Francisci (1627-1694). Dieser lebte vorwiegend in Nürnberg, wo er im Endter'schen Verlagshaus tätig war. "Durch seine schwächliche Natur an den Schreibtisch gefesselt, erlangte er binnen kurzer Zeit einen bedeutenden Ruf als Autor und Polyhistor." Er gilt als einer der ersten "vollberuflichen Schriftsteller Deutschlands" und wurde von Gottsched zu den "einflußreichsten Autoren der Barockzeit" gezählt (Dünnhaupt). – Das Buch wird heute irrtümlich auch Gottlieb Hosmann zugeschrieben (vgl. Mauser 321 und HAB A 3755). Francisci selbst gibt sich in seinem "Verzeichniß meiner . Schrifften" von 1691 als Autor zu erkennen, dort allerdings mit leicht anderem Titel. Die Zuschreibung an einen G. Hofmann bei Holzmann-B. S. 303 geht wohl auf einen Druckfehler Jöchers zurück, der in Band 4, Spalte 1818 zwar auf diesen Namen verweist, ihn jedoch nicht an der entsprechenden Stelle aufführt; im Ergänzungsband 2, Spalte 2154 dagegen nennt er Gottlieb Hosmann mit diesem Werk. – Sehr schönes, frisches Exemplar, nur gelegentlich minimal gebräunt. Einige zeitgenössische Unterstreichungen in Rot und Schwarz. Ein vorderer Pergamentbund gebrochen. – VD17 23:283473R (nennt Johann Friedrich Schweser als Autor); Dünnhaupt 9; Humpert 65 (ohne Auflösung des Pseudonyms); Kress S. 1268 (inkomplett) und Kroker 722f. ohne Zuschreibung. Nicht bei Faber du Faur und Jantz. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Sacndinavia comlectens Sueciae. Daniae & Norwegiae regna extabolis

      Artist: Homann Johann Babtiste ( - 1724) Nuremberg; issued in: Nuremberg; date: ca 1710 1664 - - technic: Copper print; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Some restoration at centerfold; - size (in cm): 49 x 55; - description: Map shows total Scandinavia; -vita of the artist: Johann Babtiste Homann (1664-1724), Nuremberg, was born in Oberkammlach, the Electorate of Bavaria. Although educated at a Jesuit school, and preparing for an ecclesiastical career, he eventually converted to Protestantism and from 1687 worked as a civil law notary in Nuremberg. He soon turned to engraving and cartography; in 1702 he founded his own publishing house.Homann acquired renown as a leading German cartographer, and in 1715 was appointed Imperial Geographer by Emperor Charles VI. Giving such privileges to individuals was an added right that the Holy Roman Emperor enjoyed. In the same year he was also named a member of the Prussian Academy of Sciences in Berlin. Of particular significance to cartography were the imperial printing privileges (Latin: privilegia impressoria). These protected for a time the authors in all scientific fields such as printers, copper engravers, map makers and publishers. They were also very important as a recommendation for potential customers.In 1716 Homann published his masterpiece Grosser Atlas ueber die ganze Welt (Grand Atlas of all the World). Numerous maps were drawn up in cooperation with the engraver Christoph Weigel the Elder, who also published Siebmachers Wappenbuch.Homann died in Nuremberg. He was succeeded by the Homann heirs company, which was in business until 1848. The company was known as Homann Erben, Homanniani Heredes, or Heritiers de Homann abroad.

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         Sacros Concilium Tridentinum

      Joannem Busaeum, Colonia 1664 - Vol in 8 , spendidamente legato in pergamena su assicelle, legatura alla capuccina, piatti impressi a secco, motivi floreali, dorso 4 nervi, chiusura con fermagli di bronzo, , titolo manoscritto al dorso,tagli bruniti,sguardie, bianca, frontespizio in rosso e nero, errata, lieve brunitura sulle pagine, gora al margine esterno di alcune pagine. 1 volume in 8°, magnificently bound in parchment over wooden boards, binding "alla cappuccina", blind-tooling plates, floral patterns, 4-ribbed back, closing with bronze clasps, handwritten title to the back, browned edges, red and black frontispiece, errata, pages with marginal browning, waterstain to the outer margin of few pages. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Abbildung der kaiserklichen Freyen-Reichs-Wahl-und- Handelsstadt Frankfurt am Main mit ihrem Gebiet

      Artist: Homann Johann Babtiste ( - 1724) Nuremberg; issued in: ; date: ca 1710 1664 - - technic: Copper print; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 50 x 57; - description: Map shows the city of Frankfurt with its surrounding and a total city view with magnificence cartouches; -vita of the artist: Johann Babtiste Homann (1664-1724), Nuremberg, was born in Oberkammlach, the Electorate of Bavaria. Although educated at a Jesuit school, and preparing for an ecclesiastical career, he eventually converted to Protestantism and from 1687 worked as a civil law notary in Nuremberg. He soon turned to engraving and cartography; in 1702 he founded his own publishing house.Homann acquired renown as a leading German cartographer, and in 1715 was appointed Imperial Geographer by Emperor Charles VI. Giving such privileges to individuals was an added right that the Holy Roman Emperor enjoyed. In the same year he was also named a member of the Prussian Academy of Sciences in Berlin. Of particular significance to cartography were the imperial printing privileges (Latin: privilegia impressoria). These protected for a time the authors in all scientific fields such as printers, copper engravers, map makers and publishers. They were also very important as a recommendation for potential customers.In 1716 Homann published his masterpiece Grosser Atlas ueber die ganze Welt (Grand Atlas of all the World). Numerous maps were drawn up in cooperation with the engraver Christoph Weigel the Elder, who also published Siebmachers Wappenbuch.Homann died in Nuremberg. He was succeeded by the Homann heirs company, which was in business until 1848. The company was known as Homann Erben, Homanniani Heredes, or Heritiers de Homann abroad.

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         Regionum Indicarum per Hispanos Olim Devastatarum Aceuratissima Descriptioninserris Figuris Aeneis ad Vivum Fabresactis. Editio nova Priori longè correctior.

      Heidelbergae: Typis Guilielmi Walteri, 1664. Heidelbergae:: Typis Guilielmi Walteri, 1664., 1664. Translation of: Tyrannies et cruautez des Espagnols, itself a translation of: Brevissima relacion. The text is the same, with the exception of introductory matter, as the Frankfurt, 1598 edition with title: Narratio regionum Indicarum per Hispanos quosdam devastatarum verissima. Small 4to. [4], 112 pp. [Complete]. Engraved title-page within broad historiated engraved border depicting scenes of the Spanish conquest, 17 copperplates originally issued by De Bry, engraved by â€

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         Antique Map-VIER AMBACHTEN-BELGIUM-HULST-Blaeu-1664

      - Map: 'Kaerte van de Vier Ambachten'. (Map of the Vier Ambachten.) This map shows the Vier ambachten in Belgium and Zeeuws-Vlaanderen in the Netherlands. The Vier Ambachten are: Boekhouterambacht, Assenederambacht, Axelerambacht en Hulsterambacht. Copperplate engraving on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Recent hand coloring. Description: This map was published by Joannes Blaeu in 1664. Artists and Engravers: Willem Janszoon Blaeu (1571-1638) is a famous Dutch Cartographer. His most notable early work was a map of Holland (1604), a fine World Map (1605-06) and Het Licht der Zeevaerdt (The Light of Navigation), a marine atlas, which went through many editions in different languages and under a variety of titles. At the same time Blaeu was planning a major atlas intended to include the most up-to-date maps of the whole of the known world but progress on so vast a project was slow and not until he bought between 30 and 40 plates of the Mercator Atlas from Jodocus Hondius II to add to his own collection was he able to publish, in 1630, a 60-map volume with the title Atlantis Appendix. It was another five years before the first two volumes of his planned world atlas, Atlas Novus or the Theatrum Orbis Terrarum were issued. About this time he was appointed Hydrographer to the East India Company. When he died the business passed into the hands of his sons, Joan and Cornelis, who continued and expanded their father's ambitious plans. Condition: Fine. General age related toning and occasional light staining from handling as visible on scans. Storage location: B17-16 The overall size is ca. 22.8 x 18.1 inch. The image size is ca. 20.7 x 16.1 inch. The overall size is ca. 58 x 46 cm. The image size is ca. 52.5 x 41 cm.

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         Regionum Indicarum per Hispanos Olim Devastatarum Aceuratissima Descriptioninserris Figuris Aeneis ad Vivum Fabresactis. Editio nova Priori longà correctior.

      Typis Guilielmi Walteri, 1664., Heidelbergae: - Translation of: Tyrannies et cruautez des Espagnols, itself a translation of: Brevissima relacion. The text is the same, with the exception of introductory matter, as the Frankfurt, 1598 edition with title: Narratio regionum Indicarum per Hispanos quosdam devastatarum verissima. Small 4to. [4], 112 pp. [Complete]. Engraved title-page within broad historiated engraved border depicting scenes of the Spanish conquest, 17 copperplates originally issued by De Bry, engraved by “Iodo. a Winghe” = Jodocus van Winghe (1544-1603), graphically depicting horrors and cruelties; first three leaves, including title, with careful neat paper repairs, title upper margin trimmed with loss of border. Modern half vellum, German paste-paper, title label on upper cover. Ink notation on title: “Ex Biblio Barcheous[?]. 30”; early ownership inscription, “. Archiqnerbgter Buenovicente” [Antigüedades . Bueno Vicente??]” Very good copy. RARE. First Heidelberg printing of this famous and controversial graphic depiction, description and recording of the horrors made by the native Central Americans subjugated by the Spanish conquerors in the 16th century. Parts of the text refer to Mexico, Guatemala, Yucatan, Cuba, Nicaragua, Hispaniola (today Haiti and the Dominican Republic), Jaragua [Xaraqua], Jamaica. The extraordinary illustrations depict scenes of mistreatment, torture and atrocities that were actually done to native Americans under the representatives of Prince Philip II of Spain. The Spanish Dominican friar Bartolomà de las Casas was an eyewitness to some of this and made this record. The original text dates from 1552. In the text the author tells that some 15 million indigenous peoples of the Americas were murdered. This work was part of a larger group of anti-Spanish literature called The Black Legend, that demonized the actions of Spain during this period. / The publishing history of this book is detailed by MacNutt, who tells that the Brevissima Relacion was translated into French, Latin and Italian. The French edition of 1579 contains these same 17 engraved plates, also issued in Amsterdam in 1620; Paris in 1635, Lyons in 1642, and two more French issues in 1697 and 1701. The Italian editions were printed in 1626, 1630, and 1643. A Latin editions, [title vary] were printed in 1582, 1597 and the present issue of 1664. An English edition is recorded in 1583. The famous plates printed by Theodori de Bry, & Ioannis Saurii, were issued in Frankfurt. The present issue contains impressions of all 17 of the remarkable plates printed by De Bry in 1598. / “Despite the fact that Las Casas was the first and most vehement in denouncing the Spanish conquerors as bad patriots and worse Christians, whose acts outraged religion and disgraced Spain, his evidence against his countrymen was diligently spread by all enemies of his country, especially in England and the Netherlands, while Protestant controversialists quoted him against popery, and discovered in the conduct of the conqueors the evidences of Catholic depravity.” â€" McNutt, p. xxvii. Las Casas’ account was largely responsible for the passage of the new Spanish colonial laws known as the New Laws of 1542, which abolished native slavery for the first time in European colonial history and led to the Valladolid debate. PROVENANCE: Inscribed with the phrases, “Ex Biblio Barcheous[?]. 30”; early ownership inscription, “.Archimandrite Buenovicente” [Bueno Vicente?]”. Archimandrite Bueno Vicente, an unverified name, would by title make this volume owned by the head of a monastery of the Spanish Orthodox Church. REFERENCES: John Carter Brown, III, p.109; Sabin 11285; Cf. Landis, Dennis Channing. Literature of the Encounter : A Selection of Books from European Americana, John Carter Brown Library, 1991. See: Johnson, Julie Greer. Book in the Americas; The Role of Books and Printing in the Development of Culture and Society in Colonial Latin America. Providence: John Carter Brown Li [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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         Regionum Indicarum per Hispanos Olim Devastatarum Aceuratissima Descriptioninserris Figuris Aeneis ad Vivum Fabresactis. Editio nova Priori longè correctior.

      Heidelbergae:: Typis Guilielmi Walteri, 1664., 1664. Translation of: Tyrannies et cruautez des Espagnols, itself a translation of: Brevissima relacion. The text is the same, with the exception of introductory matter, as the Frankfurt, 1598 edition with title: Narratio regionum Indicarum per Hispanos quosdam devastatarum verissima. Small 4to. [4], 112 pp. [Complete]. Engraved title-page within broad historiated engraved border depicting scenes of the Spanish conquest, 17 copperplates originally issued by De Bry, engraved by "Iodo. a Winghe" = Jodocus van Winghe (1544-1603), graphically depicting horrors and cruelties; first three leaves, including title, with careful neat paper repairs, title upper margin trimmed with loss of border. Modern half vellum, German paste-paper, title label on upper cover. Ink notation on title: "Ex Biblio Barcheous[?]... 30"; early ownership inscription, "... Archiqnerbgter Buenovicente" [Antigüedades ... Bueno Vicente??]" Very good copy. RARE. First Heidelberg printing of this famous and controversial graphic depiction, description and recording of the horrors made by the native Central Americans subjugated by the Spanish conquerors in the 16th century. Parts of the text refer to Mexico, Guatemala, Yucatan, Cuba, Nicaragua, Hispaniola (today Haiti and the Dominican Republic), Jaragua [Xaraqua], Jamaica. The extraordinary illustrations depict scenes of mistreatment, torture and atrocities that were actually done to native Americans under the representatives of Prince Philip II of Spain. The Spanish Dominican friar Bartolomé de las Casas was an eyewitness to some of this and made this record. The original text dates from 1552. In the text the author tells that some 15 million indigenous peoples of the Americas were murdered. This work was part of a larger group of anti-Spanish literature called The Black Legend, that demonized the actions of Spain during this period. / The publishing history of this book is detailed by MacNutt, who tells that the Brevissima Relacion was translated into French, Latin and Italian. The French edition of 1579 contains these same 17 engraved plates, also issued in Amsterdam in 1620; Paris in 1635, Lyons in 1642, and two more French issues in 1697 and 1701. The Italian editions were printed in 1626, 1630, and 1643. A Latin editions, [title vary] were printed in 1582, 1597 and the present issue of 1664. An English edition is recorded in 1583. The famous plates printed by Theodori de Bry, & Ioannis Saurii, were issued in Frankfurt. The present issue contains impressions of all 17 of the remarkable plates printed by De Bry in 1598. / "Despite the fact that Las Casas was the first and most vehement in denouncing the Spanish conquerors as bad patriots and worse Christians, whose acts outraged religion and disgraced Spain, his evidence against his countrymen was diligently spread by all enemies of his country, especially in England and the Netherlands, while Protestant controversialists quoted him against popery, and discovered in the conduct of the conqueors the evidences of Catholic depravity." - McNutt, p. xxvii. Las Casas' account was largely responsible for the passage of the new Spanish colonial laws known as the New Laws of 1542, which abolished native slavery for the first time in European colonial history and led to the Valladolid debate. PROVENANCE: Inscribed with the phrases, "Ex Biblio Barcheous[?]... 30"; early ownership inscription, "...Archimandrite Buenovicente" [Bueno Vicente?]". Archimandrite Bueno Vicente, an unverified name, would by title make this volume owned by the head of a monastery of the Spanish Orthodox Church. REFERENCES: John Carter Brown, III, p.109; Sabin 11285; Cf. Landis, Dennis Channing. Literature of the Encounter : A Selection of Books from European Americana, John Carter Brown Library, 1991. See: Johnson, Julie Greer. Book in the Americas; The Role of Books and Printing in the Development of Culture and Society in Colonial Latin America. Providence: John Carter Brown Library, 1988; Francis Augustus MacNutt, Bartholomew de Las Casas: His Life, His Apostolate, and His Writings, NY, 1909. See also: John F. Moffitt, Santiago Sebastian, O Brave New People: The European Invention of the American Indian, University of New Mexico Press, 1998. (pp. 303, 306). Wagner, Henry Raup & Parish, Helen Rand. The Life and Writings of Bartolomé de Las Casas. University of New Mexico Press, 1967.

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         Libro de la Concepción Virginal.

      - Brusselas-En Casa de Baltazar Vivien-1664.8º menor. 8h.- 281p.- 3h.- 1 grabado de la Virgen. Contiene el texto latino de Valencia de 1518 y la traducción castellana de D. Alonso de Zepeda. Pequeña sombra de humedad en las 15 últimas hojas. Enc. Pleno pergamino época. (10925-L2). RELIGIÓN.

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         Atlas novus terrarum orbis imperia, regna et status exactis tabulis geographice demonstrans

      Artist: Homann Johann Babtiste ( - 1724) Nuremberg; issued in: Nuremberg; date: ca 1710 1664 - - technic: Copper print; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 49 x 28; - description: Title page from the Atlas "novus terrarum orbis imperia" von J.B. Homann; -vita of the artist: Johann Babtiste Homann (1664-1724), Nuremberg, was born in Oberkammlach, the Electorate of Bavaria. Although educated at a Jesuit school, and preparing for an ecclesiastical career, he eventually converted to Protestantism and from 1687 worked as a civil law notary in Nuremberg. He soon turned to engraving and cartography; in 1702 he founded his own publishing house.Homann acquired renown as a leading German cartographer, and in 1715 was appointed Imperial Geographer by Emperor Charles VI. Giving such privileges to individuals was an added right that the Holy Roman Emperor enjoyed. In the same year he was also named a member of the Prussian Academy of Sciences in Berlin. Of particular significance to cartography were the imperial printing privileges (Latin: privilegia impressoria). These protected for a time the authors in all scientific fields such as printers, copper engravers, map makers and publishers. They were also very important as a recommendation for potential customers.In 1716 Homann published his masterpiece Grosser Atlas ueber die ganze Welt (Grand Atlas of all the World). Numerous maps were drawn up in cooperation with the engraver Christoph Weigel the Elder, who also published Siebmachers Wappenbuch.Homann died in Nuremberg. He was succeeded by the Homann heirs company, which was in business until 1848. The company was known as Homann Erben, Homanniani Heredes, or Heritiers de Homann abroad.

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         Technica Curiosa, sive Mirabilia Artis, Libris XII. Comprehensa; Quibus varia Experimenta, variaque Technasmata Pneumatica, Hydraulica, Hydrotechnica, Mechanica, Graphica, Cyclometrica, Chronometrica, Automatica, Cabalistica, aliaque Artis arcana ac miracula, rara, curiosa, ingeniosa, magnamque partem nova & antehac inaudita, eruditi Orbis utilitati, delectationi, disceptationique proponuntur.

      Near Fine. Norimbergae : Sumptibus Johannis Andreae Endteri, & Wolfgangi Junioris Haeredum, excudebat Jobus Hertz Typographus Herbipol. M. DC. LXIV. [1664]. Prostant Norimbergae apud dictos Endteros. First edition, 20cm x 15.5 cm, Latin text. An imperfect copy in its contemporary vellum binding. In-4. Collation : [2 blank leaves; xl; 1044 pages; xiv; ii (publishers catalogue for Gaspar Schott); 1 blank leaf] This copy lacks: a usual half-title; pages 939 942; pages 945 946; pages 983 - 984; pages 987 990; pages1003 1006; pages 1009 - 1016 . Page 659 paginated as 643, and page 723 is paginated as 727. The plate for p. 621 is bound in at p. 521. In Part I, there are 45 plates: 42 illustrating plates plus an engraved title-page, a portrait, a coat of arms, and the one plate from Part II bound in at p. 521. In Part II there are 20 illustrating plates, for a total of 65 plates. Title-page printed in red and black letter. This copy is still bound in what is presumed to be its contemporary full vellum binding. There is a small crack at the foot of the spine, otherwise the binding is very secure. This copy came from the library of Dr. Arthur Simony, with his name stamp on the front fly-leaf, with a stamp bearing his signature, as Arthur Simony MD; and, the annotations No 25 32 and Kuppritsch [?] 1875. His name is stamped a second time in the margin of the engraved title page. Several of the plates have been mended and trimmed. Plate III of Part I lacks the left-hand fold-over. The overall condition is good. Norman 1911; Barchas 1890; Stanitz 41; Wheeler Gift 155bis; Jesuit Science in the Age of Galileo 35; Honeyman 2826; De Vitry 758; Bibliothèque Jean-Louis Mosès 158. - See more at: http://www.sophiararebooks.com/pages/books/2997/gaspar-schott-guericke/technica-curiosa-sive-mirabilia-artis-libri-xii-comprehensa-quibus-varia-experimenta-variaque/?soldItem=true#sthash.b0EeYbFc.dpufBerlin Katalog 1780; Duveen 537; Norman 1911; Waller 20243.

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         Systema Mundi Tychonicum Secundum celeberrimorum Astronomorum Tychonis des Brahe et Jo. Baptistae Riccioli S. I. Hypotheses concinnatum.

      Artist: Homann / Doppelmayer JG Johann Babtiste ( - 1724) Nuremberg; issued in: Nuremberg; date: ca 1730 1664 - - technic: Copper print; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Perfect condition; - size (in cm): 49 x 58; - description: Map shows the solar system reffering to the theories of Tycho Brahe and Giovanni Battista Riccioli.The main diagram shows Brahe?s theory that the sun revolves around the earth and the other planets revolve around the sun. In the corners are smaller diagrams showing alternative theories for the movement and size of celestial bodies. The main diagram is surmounted by Apollo driving his chariot across the sky and surrounded by constellations of the zodiac. ;; -vita of the artist: Johann Babtiste Homann (1664-1724) was born in Oberkammlach, the Electorate of Bavaria. Although educated at a Jesuit school, and preparing for an ecclesiastical career, he eventually converted to Protestantism and from 1687 worked as a civil law notary in Nuremberg. He soon turned to engraving and cartography; in 1702 he founded his own publishing house.Homann acquired renown as a leading German cartographer, and in 1715 was appointed Imperial Geographer by Emperor Charles VI. Giving such privileges to individuals was an added right that the Holy Roman Emperor enjoyed. In the same year he was also named a member of the Prussian Academy of Sciences in Berlin. Of particular significance to cartography were the imperial printing privileges (Latin: privilegia impressoria). These protected for a time the authors in all scientific fields such as printers, copper engravers, map makers and publishers. They were also very important as a recommendation for potential customers.In 1716 Homann published his masterpiece Grosser Atlas ueber die ganze Welt (Grand Atlas of all the World). Numerous maps were drawn up in cooperation with the engraver Christoph Weigel the Elder, who also published Siebmachers Wappenbuch.Homann died in Nuremberg. He was succeeded by the Homann heirs company, which was in business until 1848. The company was known as Homann Erben, Homanniani Heredes, or Heritiers de Homann abroad. Johann Babtiste Homann (1664-1724) was born in Oberkammlach, the Electorate of Bavaria. Although educated at a Jesuit school, and preparing for an ecclesiastical career, he eventually converted to Protestantism and from 1687 worked as a civil law notary in Nuremberg. He soon turned to engraving and cartography; in 1702 he founded his own publishing house.Homann acquired renown as a leading German cartographer, and in 1715 was appointed Imperial Geographer by Emperor Charles VI. Giving such privileges to individuals was an added right that the Holy Roman Emperor enjoyed. In the same year he was also named a member of the Prussian Academy of Sciences in Berlin. Of particular significance to cartography were the imperial printing privileges (Latin: privilegia impressoria). These protected for a time the authors in all scientific fields such as printers, copper engravers, map makers and publishers. They were also very important as a recommendation for potential customers.In 1716 Homann published his masterpiece Grosser Atlas ueber die ganze Welt (Grand Atlas of all the World). Numerous maps were drawn up in cooperation with the engraver Christoph Weigel the Elder, who also published Siebmachers Wappenbuch.Homann died in Nuremberg. He was succeeded by the Homann heirs company, which was in business until 1848. The company was known as Homann Erben, Homanniani Heredes, or Heritiers de Homann abroad.

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         Prospect und Grund- Riss der Kaiserl. Residenz- Stadt Wien mit negst anligender Gegend und Neuen Linien um die Vorstädt

      Artist: Homann Johann Babtiste ( - 1724) Nuremberg; issued in: Nuremberg; date: ca 1710 1664 - - technic: Copper print; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 49 x 57; - description: Map shows the city map of Vienna and a beautiful total view of Vienna with allegorical representations; -vita of the artist: Johann Babtiste Homann (1664-1724), Nuremberg, was born in Oberkammlach, the Electorate of Bavaria. Although educated at a Jesuit school, and preparing for an ecclesiastical career, he eventually converted to Protestantism and from 1687 worked as a civil law notary in Nuremberg. He soon turned to engraving and cartography; in 1702 he founded his own publishing house.Homann acquired renown as a leading German cartographer, and in 1715 was appointed Imperial Geographer by Emperor Charles VI. Giving such privileges to individuals was an added right that the Holy Roman Emperor enjoyed. In the same year he was also named a member of the Prussian Academy of Sciences in Berlin. Of particular significance to cartography were the imperial printing privileges (Latin: privilegia impressoria). These protected for a time the authors in all scientific fields such as printers, copper engravers, map makers and publishers. They were also very important as a recommendation for potential customers.In 1716 Homann published his masterpiece Grosser Atlas ueber die ganze Welt (Grand Atlas of all the World). Numerous maps were drawn up in cooperation with the engraver Christoph Weigel the Elder, who also published Siebmachers Wappenbuch.Homann died in Nuremberg. He was succeeded by the Homann heirs company, which was in business until 1848. The company was known as Homann Erben, Homanniani Heredes, or Heritiers de Homann abroad.

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         Corporis iuris civilis

      Blacu & Elzevir, Amsterdam 1664-63 - 2 volumi in grande legati in pelle, titolo ai dorsi a 5 nervi decorati ai piccoli ferri, tagli spruzzati, sguardie marezzate, frontespizio inciso al primo tomo, 10 carte d’indice, pp. 1037; al secondo volume, frontespizio stampato, pp 820, carta di colophon, fessurazioni ai piatti e segni di usura ma nel complesso una buona ed importante copia. 2 volumes in 8° large leather binding, decorated 5-ribbed back with titles, sprinkled edges,engraved frontispiece of the first volume, 10 index sheets pp 1037; second volume, stamped frontispiece, pp 820,colophon paper, cracking to the plates and signs of usage but an overall good and important copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Danubii Fluminis hic ab urbe Belgrado, per Mare Nigrum .

      Artist: Homann Johann Babtiste ( - 1724) Nuremberg; issued in: Nuremberg; date: ca 1710 1664 - - technic: Copper print; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Minor restorations; - size (in cm): 48,5 x 57,5; - description: Map shows the river Donau from Belgrad to the estuary in the Black Sea.; -vita of the artist: Johann Babtiste Homann (1664-1724), Nuremberg, was born in Oberkammlach, the Electorate of Bavaria. Although educated at a Jesuit school, and preparing for an ecclesiastical career, he eventually converted to Protestantism and from 1687 worked as a civil law notary in Nuremberg. He soon turned to engraving and cartography; in 1702 he founded his own publishing house.Homann acquired renown as a leading German cartographer, and in 1715 was appointed Imperial Geographer by Emperor Charles VI. Giving such privileges to individuals was an added right that the Holy Roman Emperor enjoyed. In the same year he was also named a member of the Prussian Academy of Sciences in Berlin. Of particular significance to cartography were the imperial printing privileges (Latin: privilegia impressoria). These protected for a time the authors in all scientific fields such as printers, copper engravers, map makers and publishers. They were also very important as a recommendation for potential customers.In 1716 Homann published his masterpiece Grosser Atlas ueber die ganze Welt (Grand Atlas of all the World). Numerous maps were drawn up in cooperation with the engraver Christoph Weigel the Elder, who also published Siebmachers Wappenbuch.Homann died in Nuremberg. He was succeeded by the Homann heirs company, which was in business until 1848. The company was known as Homann Erben, Homanniani Heredes, or Heritiers de Homann abroad.

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         Il Mercurio del Decimosettimo secolo nel quale si contengono i fatti più illustri succeduti nel Mondo dal 1601 fino al 1650 del P. Felice Girardo della Compagnia di Giesu. All'Illustriss. Et Eccellentiss. Sig. D. Giulio Mastrillo Duca di Marigliano, Marchese di S. Marzano, & c

      NAPOLI: Per Giacinto Passaro - Napoli Ad istanza di Adriano Scultore all'Insegna di S. Marco, 1664. Rilegato. DISCRETO. 16,8 22. USATO

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         Pour la Bretagne

      Artist: Homann Johann Babtiste ( - 1724) Nuremberg; issued in: Nuremberg; date: ca 1710 1664 - - technic: Copper print; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 46 x 32,5; - description: Map shows 8 city maps and views of Brest , St. Malo, Belle Isle, Port Luis, Grandville and Conquerneau; -vita of the artist: Johann Babtiste Homann (1664-1724), Nuremberg, was born in Oberkammlach, the Electorate of Bavaria. Although educated at a Jesuit school, and preparing for an ecclesiastical career, he eventually converted to Protestantism and from 1687 worked as a civil law notary in Nuremberg. He soon turned to engraving and cartography; in 1702 he founded his own publishing house.Homann acquired renown as a leading German cartographer, and in 1715 was appointed Imperial Geographer by Emperor Charles VI. Giving such privileges to individuals was an added right that the Holy Roman Emperor enjoyed. In the same year he was also named a member of the Prussian Academy of Sciences in Berlin. Of particular significance to cartography were the imperial printing privileges (Latin: privilegia impressoria). These protected for a time the authors in all scientific fields such as printers, copper engravers, map makers and publishers. They were also very important as a recommendation for potential customers.In 1716 Homann published his masterpiece Grosser Atlas ueber die ganze Welt (Grand Atlas of all the World). Numerous maps were drawn up in cooperation with the engraver Christoph Weigel the Elder, who also published Siebmachers Wappenbuch.Homann died in Nuremberg. He was succeeded by the Homann heirs company, which was in business until 1848. The company was known as Homann Erben, Homanniani Heredes, or Heritiers de Homann abroad.

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         Praxis beneficiorum.Parisiis, apud Guignard, Clousier, Du Mesnil , 1664.

      Parisiis, apud Guignard, Clousier, Du Mesnil 1664 - Pp. (4) 792. Segue: BRANDEN GEORGIUM. Super concordatis inter sanctam apostolicam et inclytam nationem Germaniae. Parisiis, ex Typographia Antonii Chrestien, 1664. Pp. 38 (38). Segue: PROBUS PHILIPPUS. Tractatus iuris regaliae. Parisiis, s.n., 1664. Pp. (4) 208 (12). Tre parti (con autonomi frontespizi) in un volume di cm. 37. Primo frontespizio in rosso nero. Leg. coeva in piena pelle, dorso a sei nervi con titoli e fregi in oro agli scomparti; tagli spruzzati. Piccole mancanze alle estremità del dorso minime spellature; lievi fioriture dovute alla qualità della carta e qualche alone sparso, tracce di polvere e qualche frastagliatura marginale limitate al frontespizio. Buon esemplare. Pierre Rebuffi (1487-1557), giureconsulto di Montpellier, insegnò diritto canonico a Montpellier, Tolosa, Cahors, Bourges e Parigi. Oltre all'attività di canonista, culminata con la chiamata di Paolo III ad uditore della Rota romana, Rebuffi ebbe modo di distinguersi anche come civilista, commentando alcuni titoli del Digesto giustinianeo e compilando mumerose monografie. Quest'opera è il suo principale contributo di diritto canonico. Seguono due opere dei giureconsulti cinquecenteschi Georg Branden e Philippe Probus. Edizione non comune. Cfr. Kvk; Iccu e per un'altra edizione, Sapori, 2435. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Remains of Sir Walter Raleigh, Viz, Maxims of State, Advice to His..

      1664. Early Collection of Political and Personal Writings of Sir Walter Raleigh Raleigh, Sir Walter [1552?-1618]. Remains of Sir Walter Raleigh; Viz. Maxims of State. Advice to His Son: His Sons Advice to His Father. His Sceptick. Observations Concerning the Causes of the Magnificency and Opulency of Cities. Sir Walter Raleigh's Observations Touching Trade and Commerce With the Hollander and Other Nations; Proving that Our Sea & Land Commodities Inrich and Strengthen Other Countreys Against Our Own. The Prerogative of Parliaments in England, Proved in a Dialogue Between a Councellour of State and a Justice of Peace. His Letters to Divers Persons of Quality. London: Printed by Iohn Redmayne for Margaret Sheares, 1664. [xii], 264; [10], 122 pp. Copperplate portrait frontispiece. Two parts. The second, The Prerogative of Parliaments in England Proved, has individual title page and pagination. With a 4 pp. publisher catalogue. 12mo. (4-3/4" x 2-3/4"). Contemporary calf with recent rebacking, blind rules to boards, lettering piece and gilt fillets to spine, endpapers renewed. Moderate rubbing with some wear to extremities, some worming to bottom edge of front board, hinges starting. Moderate toning and occasional faint dampstaining to text, repair to head of frontispiece with minor loss to headline. $750. * Third edition. This collection of Sir Walter Raleigh's writings was first published in 1657. It contains his principal political writings as well as essays, of fatherhood, the conduct of life and cities. The final edition of this collection, the eighth, was published in 1726. English Short-Title Catalogue R26912.

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