The viaLibri website requires cookies to work properly. You can find more information in our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.

Displayed below are some selected recent viaLibri matches for books published in 1664
2015-06-01 06:58:08
GUTBIER, GILLES [AEGIDIUS] (Editor):
Pp. (xxxii), 523, 526 - 606. With engraved extra title (dated 1663). Contemporary full calf, spine decorated in blind. Bookplate. Old ownership inscriptions. Binding rubbed, internally clean and crisp. A handsome copy. BOUND WITH: Lexicon syriacum, continens omnes N.T. syriaci dictiones et particulas, ... Nunc vero in lucem demum editum. Hamburg, Typis & impensis autoris, 1667. Pp. (viii), 146, (50). AND: Notae criticae in Novum Testamentum syriacum, ... Hamburg, Typis & impensis autoris, 1667. Pp. (viii), 56. First edition, reprinted many times. Includes a Latin translation of St. Matthew's Gospel, supplied in small character underneath each page. Gilles Gutbier (1617 - 1667) was professor at Hamburg and one of the most learned orientalist at this time. This is his main work which became a standard in its field. He had his own printing press and he had cut the Syriac types himself. Darlow & Moule 8966. Thonnelier 77. Zenker BOii, 1779 (Notae criticae).
Bookseller: Charlotte Du Rietz Rare Books
2015-05-23 15:52:27
BECHER Johann Joachim.
Apud Hermannum à Sande 1664 Testo latino. Cm.13x7,7. Pg.(12), 192, (8). Legatura in piena pergamena rigida con unghie e laccetti di chiusura, sempre pergamenacei. Titoli manoscritti al dorso. La seconda carta del volume è collazionata su carta diversa dalle altre: al recto vi compare una vignetta allegorica raffigurante Edipo e la Sfinge, al verso l'incipit della Dedicatoria al Sig. "Francisco De Le Böe, dicto Sylvio". Una carta fuori testo raffigurante la "Divina Metamorphosis" (medaglia di Praga, 1648). Cartiglio decorativo inciso in fine al testo. Al foglio di guardia antica notazione di proprietà manoscritta, con timbro in ceralacca e piccolo cartiglio ritagliato e incollato. Figlio di un ministro luterano, il medico e matematico Johann Joachim Becher (Speyer, 1635 - 1682) fu in gioventù al servizio dell'Elettore di Mainz in qualità di docente di medicina presso il locale ateneo. Ebbe vita assai avventurosa, svolgendo importanti mansioni in Baviera, a Vienna, in Olanda e a Londra. Il presente costituisce il suo testo più conosciuto. Si tratta di un approfondito studio di chimica e di alchimia, in cui il Becher (nome latinizzato Becherius) tratta delle principali sostanze e operazioni chimiche. In particolare si spinge a confutare la fondatezza dei quattro elementi aristotelici (aria, acqua, terra e fuoco) e dei tre principi della qualità di Paracelso (zolfo, sale, mercurio) dando così impulso alle nuove teorie già esposte dall'Helmont e dal Boyle. Così il Neville dipinge l'Opera: "an important book that contains the germs of the ideas that were later (by G.E. Stahl) de … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Pera
2015-05-16 18:25:15
Philip IV (Felipe IV), King of Spain
Madrid Folio (30.5cm; 12"). [20] ff., one an initial blank.. 1664 On 4 March Philip confirmed his approval of a sale that the Duke of Cutrofiano had made: "Concede V. Md. su r[ea]l assenso a la venta que el Duque de Cutrofiano ha hecho en favor de D[o]n Alfonso Filomarino de la tierra de Cutrofiano y Sugliano; y de los feudos de Petrore, y Quintavalle en la provincia de Otranto del Reyno de Nap[ole]s con las condicones que aqui declaran." Handsomely calligraphed in black ink. With the signatures of various ministers of the king's council. Bound in limp vellum, curled at free edges. A large, handsome, woodcut revenue stamp on the recto of the first leaf of text. Soiling, a small stain or two, and some bug-spotting in margins; verso of last leaf of text darkened and pages variable in color as to be expected (depending on whether "inside" or "outside" vellum). Signature of king in sepia, a little faint in parts because of absorption of the ink.
Bookseller: SessaBks, A Division of the Philadelphia
2015-04-15 12:58:16
(Zesen, Philipp v.).
Amsterdam, Heinrich von Aken, 1664.. . Äußerst seltene zweite Ausgabe von Zesens berühmtestem und wichtigstem Roman, dem ersten großen Roman der deutschen Barockliteratur. Das Buch ist die erste Erzählung aus Zesens eigener Erfindung. Die bürgerliche Liebesgeschichte mit poetischen Einlagen gilt als Zesens Dichtung-und-Wahrheit-Roman, in dem sich nach seinem eigenem Zeugnis viel Autobiographisches findet. "Das unerfüllbare Liebesverhältnis zu der schönen 'Menschengöttin' Rosemund gibt Gelegenheit zu einem wahren Kult mit den Sensationen des Gefühls- und Empfindungslebens. Erotisches wird fast mystisch gesteigert ... Zesens flimmernde Sprache löst in unerhörter Art ihren Gegenstand in sinnliche lustbetonte Qualitäten auf, von der Lautmalerei bis zur erotischen Metaphorik in einer Landschaftsschilderung" (Max Wehrli). "Auch das Motiv des konfessionellen Ehehindernisses ist neuartig. Die Erzählung ist reich mit 'Kling-getichten' und anderen vermischt' (Seebaß ausführlich). Ab S. 299 ist die im gleichen Jahr in Hamburg separat erschienene 'Lustinne' abgedruckt, die "gebundene Lust-Rede von Kraft und Würkung der Liebe". Am Schluss ein Register von Zesens originellen Neologismen. Der Kupfertitel ist signiert "Der Wachchende", d. i. Martien le Coq (vgl. Thieme/Becker VII 145). - Anfangs leichte Wurmspuren im weißen Rand, sonst sehr schön. Ich kann nur 2 Exemplare im Handel der letzten 50 Jahre nachweisen. - VD17 23:239105D. Dünnhaupt 28.2. Otto 98. Goed. III 99, 18b. Vgl. Faber du Faur 814, Willems 1021 und Rahir 1120 (für die Ausgabe 1845).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Braecklein
Check availability:
2015-04-13 10:46:46
Tesauro Emanuele
per Bartolomeo Zavatta,, in Torino, 1664 - 2 parti in un volume in-folio (348x235mm), pp. (4), 225 (del testo dell'opera del Tesauro); 138 di annotazioni ad essa del Castiglione + (2), 26, (2) di indici dei Re d'Italia di cui si discorre nell'opera, delle cose notabili, delle tavole incise. Legatura coeva in piena pelle marrone con titolo e fregi in oro (in parte stinti) su dorso a nervi. Tagli a spruzzo. Frontespizio inciso su rame con un ovale centrale bordato da un serto recante il titolo e l'immagine della fenice rinascente dalle fiamme, con motto "Renovata Iuventus". Tutt'attorno, putti recanti corone e stemmi dei vari Re d'Italia, aquile simbolo della dignità regale, picche, leoni in lotta contro draghi richiamanti alle lotte opposte dalle popolazioni autoctone agli invasori barbarici. 70 tavole incise in rame f.t. a piena pagina, (un'antiporta, un ritratto del Tesauro, 58 tavv. di ritratti di sovrani entro sfarzose cornici ovali, 3 carte geografiche, ciascuna impressa su due facciate, rappresentanti "La gran penisola della Scandia.", ossia la Scandinavia, "La vera Lombardia come fu terminata da Carlo Magno dopo la sua Incoronatione secondo il Sigonio Del Regno d'Italia" e "Il contato del Canavese tra le due Dore il Po e l'Alpi Graie Posseduto da'Discendenti del Re Ardoino" [si tratta della prima cartografia d'insieme a noi nota del territorio canavesano], tre tavole a soggetto storico-allegorico, poste dopo l'occhietto di ciascuna sezione, e i tre occhietti incisi). Le incisioni sono dovute a Jan Jakob Thurneysen, su disegno di Carlo Scotti, L. Daniel, Giacomo Raffon … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Gilibert Libreria Antiquaria (ILAB-LILA)
2015-04-13 10:46:46
Tesauro Emanuele
Bookseller: Gilibert Libreria Antiquaria (ILAB-LILA) [Torino, ><, Italy]
2015-03-10 15:37:01
Unknown
Norimbergae, 1664. Hardcover. Fair/No Dustjacket. 1664. 407 pages. No dust jacket. Vellum binding. Title in pen on spine. Not in English. Name and date to the free endpaper. Good bright pages. Heavy foxing to the endpapers and to the page fore-edges throughout. Some small markings to some of the pages. Cracking to the front pastedown endpaper. Many images throughout, though not collated. Minor edge wear with corner bumping and scuffing. Boards slightly warped. Boards are rubbed and marked. Small tears to the edges and corners. Split to the spine side. Spine extremes scuffed and ripped. Very old and interesting book.
Bookseller: The World of Rare Books
Check availability:
2015-03-03 22:14:41
Casati, Paolo
Bologna: Presso Gio. Battista Ferroni, 1664. FIRST EDITION. Hardcover. Very good antiquarian condition. Small 4to. Collation: *4 A-X4 Y6 [Z]2, COMPLETE. [8], 172, [12] pp. With 4 folding copper-engraved plates and numerous woodcut diagrams illustrating the text. Well bound in sturdy 20th-century Italian quarter vellum over mottled boards, smooth spine lettered in black. Outer margins of title and two subsequent leaves reinforced. One leaf with a small loss of text and some rubbing. Some very light occasional dampstaining. Closely cropped in several instances with slight loss to Fig. 12 and 16 at end. An important work which describes the construction and use of the sector, or proportional compass, variously described by Galileo as his "geometrical and military compass." It is justly considered to be the first truly "modern" calculating instrument which offered an extraordinary range of applications and remained in constant use for over two hundred years. The device was immediately embraced by practioners of a number of disciplines, most notably architects (some of whom may have struggled to perform even elementary arithmetical operations). It is a remarkable fact that the disciplines to which the sector was applied, particularly architecture, fortification, and surveying (traditionally classed as mechanical sciences), soon emerged as mathematical sciences in the seventeenth century. Indeed there is evidence that the universality of these practical applications helped to make possible the universality of science at a theoretical level. Hence this technology was not simp … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Michael Laird Rare Books LLC
Check availability:
2015-03-02 13:52:17
EVELYN, John).
Ldn., 1664. Folio. Samtidig helskinnsbind med opphøyde ryggbånd. 1 blank, (1), tittel trykt i rødt og svart med en kobberstukket vignett, (12), 120, (4), 83, 1 blank, (1), 1 blank. 1 illustrasjon i teksten. Folio. Contemporary full calf, raised bands. I blank, (1), title printed in red and black and with one engraved vignette, (12), 120, (4), 83, 1 blank, (1), 1 blank pp. 1 illustration in text.. (Printed for Jo. Martyn, and Ja. Allestry, printers to the Royal Society, and are to be sold at their shop at the Bell in S. Paul's church-yeard) Engelsk. Første utgave av en av de viktigste 1600-talls bøkene om trær og skogbruk. Med samtidig hilsen på tittelbladet. Et rent og fint eksemplar. First edition of one of the most important 17th century books on trees and forestry. With contemporary greeting on titlepage. A clean and nice copy.
Bookseller: Damms Antikvariat AS [NO]
2015-02-26 22:50:17
Shakespeare, William
London: Printed for P[hilip] C[hetwinde], 1664. Third folio edition, second enlarged issue, of Shakespeare's plays, generally regarded as the rarest of the seventeenth-century folio editions. Engraved portrait by Martin Droeshout in Hind's second state, woodcut head- and tail-pieces and initials. Text printed in double columns within box-rules. Collation: A4 b6; A-Z, Aa6 BB8; Cc-Zz Aaa6; Bbb-Zzz Aaaa-Daaa6 Eeee4; a6 b4 *-****4, ¶A-¶B6 ¶C-¶F4 ¶G6 = 514 leaves. Complete. 1 vols. Folio (12-3/4 x 8-1/2 in.; 324 x 215 mm). Full red crushed morocco, triple fillet border, spine richly gilt with gold-stamped title, gilt turn-ins, marbled endsheets, a.e.g., by F. Bedford. Finely rebacked with original spine laid down. Portrait leaf with Ben Jonson verses inlaid; long tear in title skillfully mended (affecting a few letters in list of plays and first O in imprint), with fore-margin extended; Dedication leaf [A3] signed "A2" repaired in gutter and near lower corner margin; lower margins of preliminary leaves A4, b1-6 extended, a few small stains on leaves Dd5 and Ee3; occasional leaves heavily inked. A choice copy with excellent provenance. Third folio edition, second enlarged issue, of Shakespeare's plays, generally regarded as the rarest of the seventeenth-century folio editions. Engraved portrait by Martin Droeshout in Hind's second state, woodcut head- and tail-pieces and initials. Text printed in double columns within box-rules. Collation: A4 b6; A-Z, Aa6 BB8; Cc-Zz Aaa6; Bbb-Zzz Aaaa-Daaa6 Eeee4; a6 b4 *-****4, ¶A-¶B6 ¶C-¶F4 ¶G6 = 514 leaves. Complete. 1 vols. Folio (12-3/4 x 8- … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller
Check availability:
2015-02-25 17:28:26
Böckler, Georg Andreas.
Nürnberg, Gerhard für Fürst, (1664).. (34,5 x 22,5 cm). (8) 30 S.; (2) 13 S.; (2) 22 S.; (2) 26 S. Mit gestochenem Titel und 200 (1 gefalteten) Kupfertafeln. Lederband der Zeit mit reicher Rückenvergoldung.. Erste lateinische Ausgabe des berühmten Architekturwerkes, hier in einem kompletten und wohlerhaltenen Exemplar. Im gleichen Jahr erschien auch eine deutsche Ausgabe. - Böckler lebte in der zweiten Hälfte des 17. Jahrhunderts in Frankfurt/Main als Architekt und Ingenieur. In seinem außergewöhnlich reich illustrierten architektonischen Hauptwerk behandelt er neben den bauhistorischen auch die mechanisch-technischen Aspekte der Architektur bzw. der Gartenarchitektur. Der erste Teil enthält ausführliche Abhandlungen über Luft- und Wasserdruck, der zweite Teil beschreibt die Springbrunnen und der dritte die Kunstbrunnen. Im vierten und letzten Teil beschäftigt sich Böckler mit Grotten, Palästen, Lusthäusern sowie Lust- und Irrgärten. Die Tafeln zeigen überwiegend Abbildungen von Wasserfontänen, Brunnen und Gartenanlagen, daneben auch von Schlössern und Burgen aus Italien, Frankreich und Deutschland. Auf den Tafeln im vierten Teil sind in der unteren Hälfte vielfach Ornamente zu sehen, die sowohl in der Garten- wie auch in der Deckengestaltung Verwendung finden. - Stellenweise mit schwachem Wasserrand. Einige Tafeln im dritten Teil etwas braunfleckig in der rechten oberen Ecke. Rechter Rand des gestochenen Titels stellenweise hinterlegt. Vorsätze etwas leimschattig. Vorderer fliegender Vorsatz erneuert. Rücken und Ecken restauriert. Insgesamt schönes und gut erhaltenes Exemp … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Gerhard Gruber
Check availability:
2015-02-23 10:34:38
Vesling (Wesling), Johann (Johannes): = Bartholin, Thomas (Ed.)
Hafniae, Apud Petrum Hauboldum, 1664, 8°, (8), 248 pp., mit Titelholzschnittvignette, feiner Halblederband im Stil d.Zt.; feines Exemplar. Rare - First Edition of "Vesling's posthumous papers contains much remarkable material that he would undoubtedly have formulated in more precise terms. Among the more notable things to be found in these papers (which were published by Thomas Bartholin) is a correction of his initial findings concerning the sexual organs of the viper and the scent glands of the snakes" DSB A native Westphalian, Johann Vesling (1598-1649) lived in Egypt for several years before becoming professor of anatomy and surgery at Padua in 1632. He was also director of the botanical gardens there and, in addition to his study of Egyptian flora, also led a scientific expedition to Crete in order to study its plant life. Erste Ausgabe. - DSB XIV, 12/13; Krivatsy 12325. - [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiq. F.-D. Söhn - Medicusbooks.Com [Marburg, Germany]
2015-02-19 09:21:33
BIET Antoine
- Chez François Clouzier, à Paris 1664, in-4 (17x24cm), (24) 432pp., relié. - Édition originale. Reliure de l'époque en plein veau brun. Dos à cinq nerfs orné de caissons et fleurons dorés, reste d'une étiquette de titre manuscrite. Toutes tranches mouchetées rouges. La reliure a été habilement restaurée. Déchirure marginale restaurée en marge basse de la page de titre. Quelques infimes salissures. L'ouvrage se divise en trois parties : la première relate l'établissement de la colonie et de son voyage jusqu'à Cayenne, la seconde est une suite d'observations sur les quinze mois passés par l'auteur là-bas et la dernière traite du tempérament du pays, de la fertilité de la terre, des us et coutumes des autochtones. Une dernière partie est constituée d'un dictionnaire franco-amérindien, c'est la toute première fois qu'un lexique galibi paraît. Certains chapitres évoquent également la Guadeloupe, la Barbade et la Martinique. Aumônier des 700 colons de l'expédition envoyée en Guyane le 18 mai 1652, Antoine Biet relate avec précision la deuxième tentative de colonisation. Cette expérience fut un échec, la centaine de colons qui y survécut fut contrainte de fuir Cayenne vers le Surinam en janvier 1654 puis vers la Barbade, après avoir souffert des maladies tropicales et de la farouche résistance des Indiens galibis. D'après Boucher de La Richarderie, « aucune relation ne donne autant de lumières que celle de Biet sur les naturels de la Guyane ; il les a dépeints dans toute leur simplicité primitive. Le vocabulaire de leur langue est fait avec soin » (Bibliothèque universelle des vo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [Paris, France]
2015-02-18 23:14:20
EVELYN, John.
London: Printed by Jo. Martyn and Ja. Allestry; by John Martyn and James Allestry; by J. Macock, for John Martin, and James Alle, 1664. London: Printed by Jo. Martyn and Ja. Allestry; by John Martyn and James Allestry; by J. Macock, for John Martin, and James Allestry,, 1664. Three parts in one volume, quarto (284 x 186 mm). Early nineteenth-century half calf, brown morocco label, spine tooled in blind with gilt rules, marbled paper sides, all edges speckled brown, marbled endpapers. First and third titles printed in red and black, first title with the engraved arms of the Royal Society. Two woodcut illustrations in the texts, woodcut historiated initials. Lacks the errata leaf at rear. Old ink correction to one letter on title page, small round paper label to upper front joint, contemporary to binding. Binding rubbed, short split to head of front joint, title page and facing license leaf a little soiled, light waterstaining to most foremargins. An excellent copy. First edition of Evelyn's most celebrated book and famously the first book to be printed by order of the Royal Society, which had been founded four years previously. During the 1640s and 1650s production of glass and iron increased rapidly and the wood used to fire the furnaces and factories was not being replaced by fresh planting. This led to a serious shortage of wood from which the Navy could construct ships. Evelyn appealed to the king for a concerted campaign of reforestation and claimed in his preface that he had induced landowners to plant many millions of trees. Alexander Hunter, who edited five editions … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA/ ILAB. [London, United Kingdom]
2015-02-17 21:36:48
BOCQUET, Nicolas
1664. BOCQUET, Nicolas. Le Magnifique Carousel fait sur le Fleuue de l'Arne a Florence, pour le Mariage du Grand Duc. Comprised of an engraved title and 18 engraved plates. Oblong 8vo., 142 x 175 mm, bound in early twentieth-century full brown morocco, gilt lettered spine. Paris: Chez Jean Sauve, 1664. |~||~||~||~| This rare suite of engravings with title form the complete festival book produced in Paris to celebrate the marriage of Cosimo II, Duke of Tuscany, to Maria Maddalena of Austria. Cosimo had been tutored by Galileo who dedicated his Sidereus Nuncius to him when he published it in 1610. The engravings document the mock naval battle between the Argonauts and the armada of Colchis performed as part of the wedding celebration on the Arno before invited wedding guests. The ships and floats were designed by Giulio Parigi, with the exception of two by Jacopo Ligozzi and one by Ludovico Cardi da Cigoli. The prints are derived from Remigio Cantagallina's etchings issued at the time of the wedding, and printed in reverse from the originals. The inscriptions in the lower margin contain variations in spelling and wording and additional inscriptions identifying the characters in the ships and floats. OCLC lists only two copies of the original 1608 edition, of which one is a fragment, and one copy of a 1662 edition published by Baltasar Moncornet. They also list a 1664 edition published by Giffart with no holdings. Vinet, Bibliographie Methodique et Raisonne Beaux-arts 607. Lipperheide 2743 (Moncornet edition).
Bookseller: Ursus Rare Books
Check availability:
2015-02-16 02:54:36
BOECKLER, George; BOCKLER; Boeckler, George
1664. B?-CKLER, Georg Andreas. Architectura Curiosa Nova. Part I. Fundamenta hydragogica, indolem[que] aquae, aëris interventu in altum levandae. Part II. Varios aquarum ac salientium fontium lusus per varia spectatu jucunda epistomiorum seu Siphonum genera. Part III. Magnum amoenissimorum fontium, machinarum[que] aquaeductoriarum sumtu magno exstructarum, ac per Italiam, Galliam, Brittaniam, Germaniam etc., visendarum, numerum. Part IV. Specus artificiales sumtuosissimas, cum pleris[que] Principium Europeorum Palatiis, hortis, aulis; nec non praecipuis monasteriis at[que] arcibus. Part V. Cum auctario figurarum elegantissimarum, ad hortorum topiaria vario ductu dividenda, nec non conclavium laquearibus ac pavimentis segmentandis, item[que]Labyrinthis construendis, adhibenandarum. Translated from the German into Latin by Johanne Christophoro Sturmio. Four parts in one volume. Part I: title, [viii], 30 pp., illustrated with 4 full-page numbered engravings. Part II: title, 13, [1] pp., illustrated with 71 full-page numbered engravings (of which nine plates contain four images per page). Part III: title, 22 pp., illustrated with 120 full-page numbered engravings, including one folding (of which four plates contain two images per page). Part IV: title, 26 pp., illustrated with 36 full-page numbered engravings. Folio, 326 x 219 mm, bound in later three-quarter German vellum, black marbled paper over boards, red leather title label on spine. Nuremberg: Paul Fürst, [1664]. |~||~||~||~||~| First Latin Edition, published simultaneously or soon after the first German edition. Dedicat … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Ursus Rare Books
Check availability:
2015-02-15 19:47:10
. Kupferstich von Israel Silvestre, dat. 1664, 34 x 50 cm.. Thieme-Becker Bd. XXXI, S. 35. - Silvestre war der für die Topographie Frankreichs und Italiens im 17. Jahrhundert wichtigste Künstler. Über 1000 Blatt umfaßt sein Werk. Er war Zeichenmeister des Dauphins und wohnte seit 1668 im Louvre. Die Blätter von Versailles von 1664 bei Th.-B. erwähnt. - Auf festem Bütten. Nur im breiten Rand etwas fleckig.
Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat
Check availability:
2015-02-09 17:57:10
Vesling (Wesling), Johann (Johannes): = Bartholin, Thomas (Ed.)
. Hafniae, Apud Petrum Hauboldum, 1664, 8°, (8), 248 pp., mit Titelholzschnittvignette, feiner Halblederband im Stil d.Zt.; feines Exemplar.. Rare - First Edition of "Vesling's posthumous papers contains much remarkable material that he would undoubtedly have formulated in more precise terms. Among the more notable things to be found in these papers (which were published by Thomas Bartholin) is a correction of his initial findings concerning the sexual organs of the viper and the scent glands of the snakes" DSB - - A native Westphalian, Johann Vesling (1598-1649) lived in Egypt for several years before becoming professor of anatomy and surgery at Padua in 1632. He was also director of the botanical gardens there and, in addition to his study of Egyptian flora, also led a scientific expedition to Crete in order to study its plant life. - - Erste Ausgabe. - DSB XIV, 12/13; Krivatsy 12325. -
Bookseller: Antiquariat für Medizin - Fritz-Dieter S
Check availability:
2015-01-31 22:03:02
(Comenius, Johann Amos):
O. O., 1664.. 22 Bll. Rückenbroschur. 4°. VD17 14:007990V: "Gelegentlich wird der Titel Friedrich Breckling zugeschrieben, so in Jöcher (Gelehrtenlexikon) und Bircher (Barockkatalog); Dünnhaupt weist dies zurück und schreibt das Werk Johann Amos Comenius zu (vgl. Dünnhaupt, S. 786, F 2.1); vgl. ebenso: Müller, Joseph [Theodor]: Eine bis jetzt unbekannte deutsche Schrift des Comenius, in: Monatshefte der Comenius-Gesellschaft, Bd. 8 (1899), S. 295-300". - Eindringlicher Appell an den Kaiser nach Einberufung des Reichstages von 1663; es wird die Einigkeit zur Abwehr des herannahenden Türkenheeres beschworen, Comenius vergleicht die Situation mit dem Vormarsch Nebukadnezars auf Jerusalem. - Titelblatt etwas feuchtfleckig. Gebräunt.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
Check availability:
2015-01-31 22:03:02
(Comenius, Johann Amos):
O. O., 1664.. 22 Bll. Rückenbroschur. 4°.. VD17 14:007990V: "Gelegentlich wird der Titel Friedrich Breckling zugeschrieben, so in Jöcher (Gelehrtenlexikon) und Bircher (Barockkatalog); Dünnhaupt weist dies zurück und schreibt das Werk Johann Amos Comenius zu (vgl. Dünnhaupt, S. 786, F 2.1); vgl. ebenso: Müller, Joseph [Theodor]: Eine bis jetzt unbekannte deutsche Schrift des Comenius, in: Monatshefte der Comenius-Gesellschaft, Bd. 8 (1899), S. 295-300". - Eindringlicher Appell an den Kaiser nach Einberufung des Reichstages von 1663; es wird die Einigkeit zur Abwehr des herannahenden Türkenheeres beschworen, Comenius vergleicht die Situation mit dem Vormarsch Nebukadnezars auf Jerusalem. - Titelblatt etwas feuchtfleckig. Gebräunt.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski
Check availability:
2015-01-28 01:43:51
NADASDY, Ferencz III, Count de.
Nuremberg: Endter, 1664. Folio, title-page in black and red, additional engraved title, 59 full-page portrait engravings in the text; in contemporary vellum, spine lettered in ink. First edition of this handsome work on the Hungarian monarchy with a wonderful series of fifty-nine full-length heraldic portraits of kings and nobles of Hungary, sometimes with detailed views in the background of battles, landscapes, or cities. The text contains laudatory poetry for past kings and leaders, in both German and Latin.Ferencz III, Count de Nádasdy, was a prominent nobleman and patriotic Hungarian statesman who opposed the despotic policy of the Emperor Leopold. Unjustly condemned for conspiring against Leopold, he was beheaded in 1671. In this book, which is dedicated to the Hungarian nobility, he had promoted the idea of an independent Hungarian monarchy. The unsigned engravings, here in notably fine and dark impressions, are of great quality.Further editions of the work appeared in 1667 and 1758, and a modern critical edition was published in Budapest in 1991.The book is rare on the market, with just one poor copy recorded at public sale since 1986. A little spotting but a very nice copy.
Bookseller: Hordern House [Australia]
Check availability:
2015-01-26 14:26:37
DESCARTES, RENE.:
Leiden, Ex Officina Hackiana, 1664.SECOND EDITION, Latin text, 1664, small 4to, 200 x 150 mm, 8 x 6 inches, engraved pictorial printer's device to title page, 12 engraved plates, some folding, 54 illustrations in the text of which 5 full page, 2 overlay flaps to unnumbered plate at page 9 and 1 overlay flap to plate LIV, pages: (36), 121, (1), as in all copies page numbers 111 - 112 are repeated, collated and guaranteed complete, bound in half leather over marbled sides, rebacked to match with narrow gilt bands and gilt lettering. Edges of covers darkened, corners worn, couple of small dents to leather next to spine, marbled paper slightly rubbed, hand coloured armorial book - plate of Thomas Hare with neat old ink provenance next to it, title page lightly browned, occasional small pale mark in the margins, 4 one word ink notes in the margins, 2 small closed edge tears to 1 folding plate, repaired on blank side, not affecting image. Binding tight and firm. A very good copy. "Descartes considered the human body a material machine, directed by a rational soul located in the pineal body. This book was the first attempt to cover the whole field of "animal physiology". The work was really a physiological appendix to his Discourse on Method." Wellcome Medical Library Volume 2, page 453; Garrison and Morton 574; Waller 2376; Krivatsy, 3121. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.
2015-01-25 22:03:41
Homann, Johann Baptist
Europe: Nuremberg Homann, Johann Baptist c1720. Copper engraved map of the continent of Europe by Johann Bapt. Homann from his "Grosser Atlas" Original colour, verso blank. Decorative title cartouche black and white as issued. Fair impression; title cartouche some what weak impression by Iceland; lower centrefold tear, repaired, by use of guard at verso. Johann Baptist Homann (1664 ?" 1724) from 1687 Homann 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 recommendation for potential customers. In 1716 Homann published his masterpiece "Grosser Atlas ueber die ganze Welt" Numerous maps were drawn up in cooperation with the engraver Christoph Weigel the Elder, Homann died in Nuremberg. He was succeeded by the Homann heirs company, in business until 1848, known as "Homann Erben", "Homanniani Heredes", "Heritiers de Homann" abroad. Europe Europe as Continent
Bookseller: Mary Louise Bryan/Paralos Gallery
Check availability:
2015-01-22 20:32:26
DESCARTES, RENE :
Leiden, Ex Officina Hackiana, 1664.. SECOND EDITION, Latin text, 1664, small 4to, 200 x 150 mm, 8 x 6 inches, engraved pictorial printer's device to title page, 12 engraved plates, some folding, 54 illustrations in the text of which 5 full page, 2 overlay flaps to unnumbered plate at page 9 and 1 overlay flap to plate LIV, pages: (36), 121, (1), as in all copies page numbers 111-112 are repeated, collated and guaranteed complete, bound in half leather over marbled sides, rebacked to match with narrow gilt bands and gilt lettering. Edges of covers darkened, corners worn, couple of small dents to leather next to spine, marbled paper slightly rubbed, hand coloured armorial book-plate of Thomas Hare with neat old ink provenance next to it, title page lightly browned, occasional small pale mark in the margins, 4 one word ink notes in the margins, 2 small closed edge tears to 1 folding plate, repaired on blank side, not affecting image. Binding tight and firm. A very good copy. "Descartes considered the human body a material machine, directed by a rational soul located in the pineal body. This book was the first attempt to cover the whole field of "animal physiology". The work was really a physiological appendix to his Discourse on Method." Wellcome Medical Library Volume 2, page 453; Garrison and Morton 574; Waller 2376; Krivatsy, 3121. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.
Bookseller: Roger Middleton
Check availability:
2015-01-18 22:00:40
Sennert, Daniel.
Wittemberg, Mevius & Schumacher 1664.. 8°. 18 Bll., 936 S., 1 Bl., 248 S. Pergamentband d. Zt. mit 5 durchgezog. Bünden.. Daniel Sennert (* 25. November 1572, Breslau - 21. Juli 1637, Wittenberg) Sennert beschrieb als erster Scharlach als eigenständige Krankheit . Von ihm bekannt ist u.a. die erste Beschreibung eines Kaiserschnitts, den der zeitgenössische Wundarzt Jeremias Trautmann 1610 in Wittemberg durchführte.
Bookseller: Antiquariat K. Schöneborn
Check availability:
2015-01-16 10:48:33
Rycaut (Paul)
. . VD17 39:124179C - Atabey 1072.- Erste deutsche Ausgabe.- Forsetzungsband der reich illustrierten Türkenchronik für die Zeit von 1664-1700 (der Hauptband ist 1694 erschienen).- Der englische Diplomat Sir Paul Rycaut (1629-1700) war 1661 Gesandtschaftssekretär in Konstantinopel, 1667-79 Konsul der "Levant Company" in Smyrna (Izmir).- Das Frontispiz zeigt Kaiser Leopold I. als Sieger über die Türken und Schutzherrn von Siebenbürgen, Dalmatien und anderen Balkanstaaten. Das Porträt mit dem Widmungsempfänger Herzog Georg Ludwig von Braunschweig u. Lüneburg. Die Textkupfer mit Fürstenporträts, Kriegsszenen u. Städteansichten (u.a. Kanischa, Budapest, Kaschau, Methoni, Stuhlweißenburg, Klausenburg, Sisek, Belgrad, Novigrad, Temeswar).- Titel mit gelöscht. Stempel, Titel u. Vortitel etw. knittrig, nur wenig braunfleckig u. kl. Randläsuren, Ebd. berieben, Rückengelenk unterlegt.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller
Check availability:
2014-12-27 14:00:51
REDI Francesco.
All'Insegna della Stella 1664 Cm.23,6x17. Pg.91, (5). Legatura in piena pergamena semirigida, con minime tarlature ai margini. Tagli spruzzati. Frontespizio impresso in rosso e nero, con tavola calcografica che riporta il motto della Crusca "Il più bel fior ne coglie", ripetuta in xilografia al verso della carta L4. Le ultime due carte non numerate contengono l'imprimatur e l'errata. Fresco esemplare, a buoni margini. Francesco Redi (Arezzo, 1626 ? 1697), naturalista, medico e letterato, compì gli studi a Firenze e a Pisa, laureandosi in Filosofia e Medicina, per poi entrare al servizio dei Medici. Fu arciconsolo della Crusca dal 1678 al 1690, partecipando ai lavori della terza edizione del "Vocabolario" e fu tra i fondatori dell'"Accademia del Cimento". Nominato archiatra del Granduca Ferdinando II, lasciò vari importanti studi tanto letterarari quanto scientifici, e morì a Pisa nel 1697. "I suoi studi, fra i quali quelli intorno alla generazione spontanea e al veleno delle vipere, rivestono particolare importanza nella storia della scienza moderna, per la loro opera di demolizione di alcune teorie di stampo aristotelico a favore di un'attività sperimentale e per la loro applicazione in campo medico di una pratica terapeutica di impostazione ippocratica, costruita su regole di prevenzione e sull'uso di rimedi esclusivamente naturali e su precetti di vita equilibrata. Pubblicò un gran numero di ricerche naturalistiche, che destarono grande interesse in tutta Europa. Nelle "Osservazioni Intorno alle Vipere" dimostrò che il veleno di questi animali, contrariamente alla comun … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Pera
2014-12-25 11:26:21
BECHER Johann Joachim.
Apud Hermannum à Sande 1664 Testo latino. Cm.13x7,7. Pg.(12), 192, (8). Legatura in piena pergamena rigida con unghie e laccetti di chiusura, sempre pergamenacei. Titotli manoscritti al dorso. La seconda carta del volume è collazionata su carta diversa dalle altre: al recto vi compare una vignetta allegorica raffigurante Edipo e la Sfinge, al verso l'incipit della Dedicatoria al Sig. "Francisco De Le Böe, dicto Sylvio". Una carta fuori testo raffigurante la "Divina Metamorphosis" (medaglia di Praga, 1648). Cartiglio decorativo inciso in fine al testo. Al foglio di guardia antica notazione di proprietà manoscritta, con timbro in ceralacca e piccolo cartiglio ritagliato e incollato. Figlio di un ministro luterano, il medico e matematico Johann Joachim Becher (Speyer, 1635 - 1682) fu in gioventù al servizio dell'Elettore di Mainz in qualità di docente di medicina presso il locale ateneo. Ebbe vita assai avventurosa, svolgendo importanti mansioni in Baviera, a Vienna, in Olanda e a Londra. Il presente costituisce il suo testo più conosciuto. Si tratta di un approfondito studio di chimica e di alchimia, in cui il Becher (nome latinizzato Becherius) tratta delle principali sostanze e operazioni chimiche. In particolare si spinge a confutare la fondatezza dei quattro elementi aristotelici (aria, acqua, terra e fuoco) e dei tre principi della qualità di Paracelso (zolfo, sale, mercurio) dando così impulso alle nuove teorie già esposte dall'Helmont e dal Boyle. Così il Neville dipinge l'Opera: "an important book that contains the germs of the ideas that were later (by G.E. Stahl) d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Pera
2014-12-23 19:38:34
Lawrence, Matthew
Amsterdam, Johannes van Someren 1664. (28) 470 p. Opnieuw gebonden Perkament, 4° (plaatselijk vochtvlekken, stuk uit de buitenste marge pagina 417/418, laatste 2 plagina's geplakt).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Roo
Check availability:
2014-12-23 16:42:44
Bethune, Maximilian de, Duc de Sully:
Paris: chez Lovis Billaine 1664.. Titelei, 5 Blatt, 587 Seiten; Titelei, 3 Bl., 623 S. Leder der Zeit mit ornamentaler Rückenvergoldung, Folio, 37 x 23 cm.. (bestossen, berieben, Bezug mit Fehlstellen, Erster Titel und letztes Blatt eingerissen, Titel mit Ausrissen ohne Textverlust, innen nur wenig gebräunt resp. braunfleckig) Maximilian von Bethune, Herzog von Sully, Baron, dann Marquis von Rosny (geb. 13. Dezember 1560 in Rosny bei Mantes-la-Jolie (Yvelines); gest. 21. Dezember 1641 in Villebon (Eure-et-Loir), 20 km westlich von Chartres) war ein hochrangiger französischer Artillerieoffizier (Großmeister der Artillerie von Frankreich), Minister, Staatsmann, Marschall von Frankreich und Freund Heinrichs IV. Sein vollständiger Name und Titel lautete: Maximilien (Ier) de Bethune, Duc de Sully, Baron de Rosny, Pair de France, Prince Souverain d'Henrichemont et de Boisbelle, Marquis de Nogent-le-Rotrou, Comte de Muret et de Villebon, Vicomte de Meaux. Sully wurde in der reformierten Kirche erzogen und zugleich mit Heinrich von Navarra unterrichtet. Er nahm mit Auszeichnung an den Feldzügen des jungen Königs von Navarra teil und kämpfte bei Coutras (1587) und bei Ivry (1590) mit. Ein strenger Calvinist, stolz und schroff, trat er auch seinem königlichen Freund, besonders seiner Verschwendung und Ausschweifung, wiederholt mit Energie entgegen; doch vereinte beide bald wieder die gemeinsame Liebe zum Vaterland. Deswegen riet er auch 1593 Heinrich zur Annahme des Katholizismus, um den Bürgerkrieg zu beendigen. 1597 an die Spitze der Finanzen gestellt (Conseiller aux Finances), til … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Bürck
Check availability:
2014-12-10 23:34:39
DESCARTES, RENE [1596-1650]
Amsterdam: Daniel Elsevir, 1664. Daniel Elsevir, 1664. Quarto. Pp. 20 p.l., 222; [2] blank, [16], 248; [24], 92, [4] index. Three separate title pages. Engraved frontis portrait, woodcut printer's devices, initials, ornaments, and numerous textual woodcuts. Contemporary speckled calf, gilt panelled spine between raised bands. Binding a little rubbed at extremities, but on the whole an exceptionally clean, crisp copy internally, in a remarkably well-preserved binding. An early combined edition of Descartes's Philosophical Works, containing 1. "Principia Philosophiae", first published in Latin at Amsterdam in 1644. This is perhaps the most comprehensive of all Descartes's works, treating of both his theory of mind and his philosophy of matter. After recapitulating the conclusions concerning the mind arrived at the "Meditations" in part one, he goes on in the remainder of the work to deal with the principles of physical science, the concept of matter as extension, the laws of motion, the phenomena of heat, light , gravity, etc., and, at a more general level, the nature and justification of scientific hypothesis. This work also contains Descertes's famous vortex theory, by which he tried to reconcile Copernican astronomy with Biblical teaching, as well as the first scientific theory of magnetism. 2. The "Discourse on Method", which prefaces the treatises on "Dioptrics" and "Meteors", was first published in French as "Discours de la Methode" in 1637, and later appeared in a Latin version, revised by Descartes, as "Specimina Philosophicae" in 1644. Here we have the statement of t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Contact Editions [Canada]
Check availability:
2014-12-10 23:34:39
Check availability:
2014-12-10 23:34:39
2014-12-09 14:04:11
Georg Andream Böckler
Nuremberg 1664 - Georg Andream Böckler Architectura Curiosa Nova Nuremberg: 1664 Copperplate engravings Paper size: 14” x 9”; framed size: 19” x 15 3/4” Georg Andreas Böckler was a German architect, engineer and author. He was the architect of the city of Nuremberg and specialized in hydraulic architecture. Architectura Curiosa Nova, illustrated with 200 engravings, show the theory and application of of hydrodynamics for fountains, water-jets, spray-patterns, garden fountains and well heads; and elaborate and often fanciful designs for free-standing fountains.
Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco
2014-12-09 14:04:11
Georg Andream Böckler
Nuremberg 1664 - Georg Andream Böckler Architectura Curiosa Nova Nuremberg: 1664 Copperplate engravings Paper size: 14” x 9”; framed size: 19” x 15 3/4” Georg Andreas Böckler was a German architect, engineer and author. He was the architect of the city of Nuremberg and specialized in hydraulic architecture. Architectura Curiosa Nova, illustrated with 200 engravings, show the theory and application of of hydrodynamics for fountains, water-jets, spray-patterns, garden fountains and well heads; and elaborate and often fanciful designs for free-standing fountains.
Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco
2014-12-09 14:04:11
Georg Andream Böckler
Nuremberg 1664 - Georg Andream Böckler Architectura Curiosa Nova Nuremberg: 1664 Copperplate engravings Paper size: 14” x 9”; framed size: 19” x 15 3/4” Georg Andreas Böckler was a German architect, engineer and author. He was the architect of the city of Nuremberg and specialized in hydraulic architecture. Architectura Curiosa Nova, illustrated with 200 engravings, show the theory and application of of hydrodynamics for fountains, water-jets, spray-patterns, garden fountains and well heads; and elaborate and often fanciful designs for free-standing fountains.
Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco
2014-12-09 14:04:11
Georg Andream Böckler
Nuremberg 1664 - Georg Andream Böckler Architectura Curiosa Nova Nuremberg: 1664 Copperplate engravings Paper size: 14” x 9”; framed size: 19” x 15 3/4” Georg Andreas Böckler was a German architect, engineer and author. He was the architect of the city of Nuremberg and specialized in hydraulic architecture. Architectura Curiosa Nova, illustrated with 200 engravings, show the theory and application of of hydrodynamics for fountains, water-jets, spray-patterns, garden fountains and well heads; and elaborate and often fanciful designs for free-standing fountains.
Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco
2014-12-08 20:21:14
DESCARTES René
Paris,: chez Charles Angot, 1664. Paris, chez Charles Angot, 1664. In-8 (mm. 227x165), p. pergamena antica, tit. oro su tassello al dorso, tagli rossi, 35 cc.nn. (frontesp., dedica a Colbert, prefazione), 448 pp.num., 4 cc.nn. (Indice, Errata), con 49 interessanti figure di ottica e di anatomia, xilografate nel t. (molte a mezza pagina), basate sui disegni dell'Autore. Nel celebre trattato "l'Homme", dedicato in gran parte al cervello e all'organo della vista, il grande filosofo, matematico, medico e patologo (1596-1650), fornisce un notevole contributo al progresso delle scienze mediche e, in particolare, alla fisiologia. L'opera, pubblicata postuma, è introdotta da una lunga prefazione del curatore Claude Clerselier, suo amico e ammiratore. Al trattato fa seguito "La formation du foetus", qui in prima edizione, e il volume termina con un approfondito commento su "l'Homme" e sulle figure inventate dall'A. (pp. 171-408) di Louys de La Forge, medico e discepolo di Cartesio. "Prima edizione francese" di questa famosa opera (l'Homme era già apparso in latino nel 1662). Cfr. Cioranescu,II,23968 - Brunet,II,611 - Wellcome,II, p. 453 - Krivatsy,3117. Con lievi uniformi arross., ma certamente un buon esemplare.
Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas [Italy]
Check availability:
2014-12-08 20:21:14
DESCARTES René
Paris,: chez Charles Angot, 1664. Paris, chez Charles Angot, 1664. In-8 (mm. 227x165), p. pergamena antica, tit. oro su tassello al dorso, tagli rossi, 35 cc.nn. (frontesp., dedica a Colbert, prefazione), 448 pp.num., 4 cc.nn. (Indice, Errata), con 49 interessanti figure di ottica e di anatomia, xilografate nel t. (molte a mezza pagina), basate sui disegni dell'Autore. Nel celebre trattato "l'Homme", dedicato in gran parte al cervello e all'organo della vista, il grande filosofo, matematico, medico e patologo (1596-1650), fornisce un notevole contributo al progresso delle scienze mediche e, in particolare, alla fisiologia. L'opera, pubblicata postuma, è introdotta da una lunga prefazione del curatore Claude Clerselier, suo amico e ammiratore. Al trattato fa seguito "La formation du foetus", qui in prima edizione, e il volume termina con un approfondito commento su "l'Homme" e sulle figure inventate dall'A. (pp. 171-408) di Louys de La Forge, medico e discepolo di Cartesio. "Prima edizione francese" di questa famosa opera (l'Homme era già apparso in latino nel 1662). Cfr. Cioranescu,II,23968 - Brunet,II,611 - Wellcome,II, p. 453 - Krivatsy,3117. Con lievi uniformi arross., ma certamente un buon esemplare.
Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas [Italy]
Check availability:
2014-12-06 04:24:35
MORE, Henry
Printed by J. Flesher for W. Morden, London, 1664. (xii); 478; (xxii); (ii); (479)-567; (v) pages. Three parts each with separate title pages, the first printed in red and black. Some light age discolouration, one gathering slightly soiled and frayed at the outer margins. Blank front endpaper shows some pencil indentations. Contemporary calf, expertly rebacked with five raised bands and contrasting crimson morocco label on the spine. The second part of the work is the Synopsis Prophetica; the third the Apology. Contemporary ownership inscription of " J. Webster " on the title, which could be that of the metallurgist and associate of More (we have been unable to verify this). Henry More ( 1614-1687), theologian and philosopher. DNB, " More belonged to that little band of Christian Platonists which were formed at Cambridge in the middle of the seventeenth century, and the distinctive traits of their school of thought are perhaps best bought out in his writings. The " occult sciences," of which such men as Van Helmont and Greatrakes were in More's time the apostles, had a singular fascination for him . More thoroughly sympathised with Glanvill in his intense belief in witchcraft and apparitions." Henry More is believed to have been the editor of Glanvill's, Saducismus Triumphatus ( 1681 ). Wing, M2666 Size: Folio [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Roger Collicott Books [Widecombe in the Moor, DEVON, United Kingdom]
Check availability:
2014-11-30 21:19:22
FABRI Girolamo
Venezia,: per Francesco Valvasense, 1664. Venezia, per Francesco Valvasense, 1664. In-8 p. (mm. 215x150), 2 parti in 1 vol., p. pergam. antica, tit. oro su tassello al dorso, 16 cc.nn. (compresa la bella antiporta con veduta di Ravenna tra Santi Vescovi, inc. in rame), 591 pp.num.; testo ornato da testat., capilett. e finalini inc. su legno; con il catalogo cronologico di tutti gli Arcivescovi ravennati e loro stemmi (pure silografati). "Edizione originale". <br> Cfr. Piantanida,279: “Probabilm. unica ediz. di quest'opera che descrive le chiese e le loro origini, i sepolcri, le opere d'arte; tratta delle reliquie dei santi, delle vite dei beati, degli uomini illustri, dei prelati, dei loro stemmi e dà notizie di curiose cronache di Ravenna” - Lozzi,3894 - Graesse,II, p. 542 - Brunet,II, p. 1150 - Platneriana,279 - Cicognara,4005.<br> Solo qualche lieve uniforme arross., altrim. esemplare ben conservato.
Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas [Italy]
Check availability:
2014-11-12 10:28:12
Hazart, Cornelius
Antwerpen, Michiel Cnobbaert 1664. (4) 11-552, 168 p. Origineel overslaand Perkament, 8° (onderkant rug iets beschadigd, ex-libris Prof. Dr. K. Schilder op de titelpagina, de paginering begint bij 11 maar het werk is ondanks dat compleet).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Roo
Check availability:
2014-11-05 14:57:20
Gomarus, Franciscus
Amsterdam, Joannis Janssonius 1664. (24) 786, 372 (59) p. Origineel Perkament met ribben en stempels, Folio (De tweede, verbeterde druk van Alle Werken van Franciscus Gomarus, met de handtekening van H.F. Kohlbrugge op het schutblad. Het portret ontbreekt. Franciscus Gomarus 1563-1641, was hoogleraar in de theologie aan de Universiteit van Leiden, Middelburg, Samur en Groningen, en werd vooral bekend als voorman van de contraremonstranten in de strijd tegen Arminius c.s.) (24) 786, 372 (59) p. Contemporary blind-stamped Vellum with 6 raised bands, Folio (Second, corrected edition of The Works of Franciscus Gomarus, with the autograph of H.F. Kohlbrugge on the endpapers. Lacks author's portrait. Franciscus Gomarus 1563-1641, was professor at the University of Leiden, Middelburg, Samur and Groningen, and became mainly known as the front-rank man of the contraremonstrants in the conflict against Arminius c.s.).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Roo
Check availability:
2014-11-04 05:16:57
Justinian I, Emperor of the East
1664. Renowned for its Excellent Typography Justinian I [483-565 CE], Emperor of the East. [Lewisohn, Adolph (1849-1938)]. Corpus Juris Civilis. Quo Continentur Institutionum Libri Quatuor, et Digestorum Sive Pandectarum Libri Quinquaginta. Amsterdam: Johannes Blaeu and Louis and Daniel Elzevier, 1663, 1664. Two volumes, each with title page and individual pagination. Volume I preceded by handsome copperplate allegorical title page (which is misbound after index). [xxiv], 1037, [1]; 820, [2] pp. Main text in parallel columns. Octavo (8" x 4-1/2"). Later straight-grained morocco, gilt fillets and frames to boards, gilt spines and inside dentelles, moire endpapers, ribbon markers, all edges gilt. Moderate rubbing to extremities, corners bumped, hinges a bit loose, bookplate of Adolph Lewisohn to verso of front free endpaper of Volume I. Light toning to text, later annotations in pencil to front endleaves of Volume I, a leaf of notes in an early hand (with a small tipped-in engraving of French jurist Louis de Boucherat) laid in. A handsome set with a nice association. * Commissioned by the Emperor Justinian in 530 CE, the body of writings known collectively as the Corpus Juris Civilis reformed, restated and preserved early Roman law. Its subsequent influence on European jurisprudence is difficult to underestimate. According to Willems, this edition is renowned for its excellent typography. Lewisohn [1849-1938] was a prominent New York investment banker, mining magnate and philanthropist. Lewisohn Stadium, a low-priced summer music series at that stadium and generous donations … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
Check availability:
2014-10-07 19:31:55
Schilling Florentio
. . Vgl. Jöcher IV, 168.- Schilling war Priester in der Pfarrkirche St.Michael in Wien. Bei den frühen Sulzbacher Drucken handelt es sich wohl um Erzeugnisse aus der Offizin Abraham Lichtenthalers (seit 1664).- Erster Titel gestempelt, durchgehend gebräunt u. tls. stockfleckig, Ebd. berieben u. etw. fleckig.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller
Check availability:
2014-10-07 16:18:45
Blaeu, Joannes.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
Check availability:
______________________________________________________________________________


      Home     Wants Manager     Library Search     564 Years   Links     Contact      Search Help      Terms of Service      Privacy     


Copyright © 2020 viaLibri™ Limited. All rights reserved.