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        Catalogue de Livres d'Estampes et des Figures en Taille douce. Avec un dénombrement des pieces qui y sont contenuës. Fait à Paris en l'annee 1666

      - Woodcut vignette on title. 167 (i.e. 157), [15] pp. 8vo, fine red morocco of about 1760, triple gilt fillets round sides, tiny gilt stars at each corner, flat spine richly gilt "á la grotesque," green morocco lettering piece on spine, blue paper endpapers, a.e.g. Paris: F. Leonard, 1666. First edition of the catalogue of the first of two print collections formed by Marolles (1600-81), abbot of Villeloin and man of letters. He began acquiring prints in 1626 and by 1644, his collecting activities governed his life. At that time there was little competition, and Marolles bought several important collections en bloc, including those of Delorme, Maugis, Kerver, Petau, La Reynie, and others. His first collection amounted to 123,400 separate prints by more than 6000 print makers, mounted in 400 large volumes and 141 smaller ones. It was acquired in the name of the King by Colbert in 1667 for 28,000 livres. This was the largest and finest collection ever formed up to that time and is today the foundation of the Bibliothèque Nationale's Department of Prints. Marolles assembled "the first print collection on the grand scale?[and]?was among the first of the private collectors in history to sacrifice his life and fortune to his passion. He may truly be called the 'Father of Print Collecting'?by the very scope of his activity, and his interest in separating his many thousands of pieces of paper into artist schools, Marolles lifted the printed picture from a by-path of typography to being one of the major prizes of the born collector."-Taylor, The Taste of Angels: A History of Art Collecting. Fine copy, handsomely bound. Stamp on title of the Abbey of St. Germain de Près. Cipher "HDD" on title (Lugt 739). This is the stamp of Pierre Defer (1798-1870), expert to King Louis Philippe, and his nephew Henri Dumesnil (1823-98), who inherited Defer's collection. Defer formed an important private collection of prints and drawings in the first half of the 19th century. He devoted much of his life to the study of prints and drawings and is best remembered for his unfinished Catalogue général des Ventes Publiques de Tableaux et d'estampes. ? Besterman, Old Art Books, pp. 71-72. Brunet, III, 1443-"Ce deux petits catalogues ne sont communs ni l'un ni l'autre." Lugt, Marques, pp. 339-40-"L'abbé Michel de Marolles est un des plus remarquables amateurs d'estampes de l'histoire. La richesses de son cabinet était fabuleuse.". [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Traitté de l’esprit de l’homme, de ses facultez et fonctions, et de son union avec le corps. Suivant les Principes de René Descartes

      Chez Theodore Girard, dans la Grand’Salle du Palais, du costé de la Cour des Aydes, ò l’Envie, 1666. 4to (cm. 23,3), 28 cc,nn, 453(3), con un ritratto f.t. inciso su rame in antiporta di Patigny e due piccole xilografie n.t. Bella \vignetta incisa su rame al frontis. entro il motto ‘virtus invidiam superat’. Ottima legatura coeva in bazzana con nervi, titolo e fregi oro al ds. (leggere abrasioni ai piatti e restauri alle cuffie). Edizione originale rara: come si legge al colophon ‘le privilège [du Roi]’ fu ceduto dall’Autore a Theodore Girard, il quale divise il detto privilegio con Michel Bobin e Nicolas Le Gras. Brunet, III, p. 764.

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        Lettera di un dottore dell'ordine di S. Domenico, sopra le cerimonie della China.Cologne [=Amsterdam?], heirs of Cornelis van Egmond, 1700. 8vo. Contemporary sheepskin parchment.

      KVK & WorldCat (1 copy); Michel, Repertoire des Ouvrages Imprimés en Langue Italienne au XVIIe siècle I, p. 87; not in BCNI; BMC STC Italian; Cordier, Sinica; cf. Löwendahl 238; Lach & Van Kley, Asia in the Making of Europe III, p. 386. Only edition of a surprisingly rare Italian translation of Noel Alexandre's lettre d'un docteur de l'orde de S. Dominique sur les céremonies de la Chine published in the same year also by Van Egmond at Cologne, a name and address common in false imprints by Dutch publishers between 1666 and 1769. In this anonymously issued series of seven letters, the French Dominican Alexandre responds to the Jesuits who were permitting converts to continue practicing the Confucian rites and who falsely claimed the Dominicans were also permitting this. First ten leaves with minor dampstains. Very good copy.

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        Neues Weberbild- und Musterbuch, ... zur Beförderung der edlen Leinen- und Bildweberkunst, und zum Nutzen und Vergnügen angehender Meister und Gesellen, auch anderer Liebhaber der Weberkunst, auf 74 Kupfertafeln ... Fünfte Original-Ausgabe.Heilbronn, Classische Buchhandlung, 1836. Oblong folio (21 x 32 cm). With 74 numbered engraved plates showing about 300 patterns for weaving. Contemporary half tanned sheepskin, tiger marbled sides.

      WorldCat (1 copy); cf. Berlin Kat 1666-1667 (1771 & 1793 eds.); not in Lotz. Fifth edition, printed from the plates of the 1771 first edition, of an extremely rare and richly decorative weaver's sample book containing about 300 models for weaving cloth in all sorts of patterns (some wholly abstract, some with acorns, flowers, trees, etc.) and colours. The title-page indicates that it intended for master and journeyman weavers, as well as amateurs. Kirchenbaum (1725-1782) was a master weaver in Heilbronn. Some of the patterns create odd visual affects reminiscent of 1960s op-art. Others resemble patchwork quilt patterns. Since all follow the grid of the warp and woof they foreshadow today's digital art based on a grid of pixels. All editions are extremely rare. We have located only one other copy of the present edition, at the International Institute of Social History in Amsterdam.The letterpress text provides explanations plate by plate and also includes the text of Kirchbaum's preface to the first edition of 1771 and the publisher's new preface for the present 1836 edition.With an 1839 purchase inscription. He or another early owner drew a weaving pattern on the back of one leaf in brown ink. This ink drawing has bled through, slightly affecting the pattern in plate 43. The book is otherwise in very good condition (remarkably good for this sort of practitioner's model book), with an unobtrusive water stain in many leaves and the fore-edge margin of one leaf extended. The binding is rubbed and there is a chip in the spine. A rare weaver's model book: an essential primary source for the history of weaving, cloth and folk art.

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        Wund-Artzneyisches Zeug-Haus / In Zween Theil abgetheilt: Welches auss dem Lateinischen / von dess Authoris Brudern Sohn / Johann Schultes . reformirtem / verbessert- und an vielen Orten vermehrtem / auch mit 56 neuen / sehr nutzlichen Kupfferstücken geziertem Exemplar, in die Teutsche Sprach übersetzet hat . Amadeus Megerlin. Mit drey vollkommenen Registern aller denckwürdigen Sachen.

      Ulm, Johann Gerlin. 1666 - Klein-4°. 4 n.n. Bl., 263 S., 238 S., 65 n.n. S. Mit 56 (2 gefalteten) Kupfertafeln. Lädierter Pappband der Zeit. Hirsch-H. V, 156. - VD17 12:194393D. - Vgl. Krivatsy 10759. - Vgl. Garrison-M. 5571 (für lateinische Erstausgabe von 1655). - Erste deutsche Ausgabe. Das Hauptwerk des Schülers von Fabricio de Aquapendente und Adriaan Spieghel in Padua. Die umfassendste Darstellung von Apparaten, Instrumenten und Verbänden seiner Zeit. Wurde durch den Neffen des Autors nach dessen Tode 1645 herausgegeben. Die vorliegende Ausgabe wurde übersetzt nach der Amsterdamer Ausgabe durch Amadeus Megerlin. Die Tafeln zeigen neben Instrumenten auch verschiedene Operationen. - Alle Tafeln wahrscheinlich im frühen 18. Jahrhundert ausgeschnitten und neu auf starkes Papier montiert. Buchblock gebrochen. Rücken mit Fehlstellen. Durchgehend gebräunt und fleckig. S. 163 bis Schluss mit grösser und dann wieder kleiner werdendem Wurmgang. Ca. 20 Blatt am Aussenrand beschnitten, mit minimalstem Textverlust. Ein Arbeitsexemplar.

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        [Collection of revised ornithological offprints from "Comptes rendus"].Paris, Mallet-Bachelier, 1855-1856. 4to. 7 parts in 1 volume. With a collective title-page for several of the offprints: Tableaux paralléliques des oiseaux praecoces ou autophages. Gallinacés, échassiers, palmipèdes et rudipennes (Paris, 1856) and all first leaves of the quires signed with a "B", indicating a revised offprint. Modern half morocco. Including: Coup d'oeil sur l'ordre des pigeons. Paris, 1855.Tableaux synoptiques de l'ordre des hérons. Paris, 1855.Catalogue des genres et sous-genres d'oiseaux contenus dans le Muséum Brittanique. Paris, 1855. Note sur les oiseaux des Iles Marquises, et particulièrement sur le genre nouveau Serresius. Paris, 1855.Tableaux paralléliques de l'ordre des gallinacés. Paris, 1856. Excursions dans les divers musées d'Allemagne, de Hollande et de Belgique, et tableaux paralléliques de l'ordre des échassiers. Paris, 1856. Ornithologie fossile servant d'introduction au tableau comparatif des ineptes et des autruches. Paris, 1856.

      Ronsil 294; Zimmer, pp. 72-77. Collection of revised ornithological offprints from Comptes rendus (a French scientific journal published since 1666), by Charles Lucien Bonaparte, a well-known ornithologist and nephew of Napoleon. Included are taxonomic classifications of various birds, including pigeons, herons, galliformes and ostriches, birds found in the collections of various museums in the Netherlands, Belgium and the Marquesas Islands, and also a review of George Robert Gray's Genera and Subgenera of Birds (1855). Apparently several similar collections were published, containing various articles by Bonaparte from the "Comptes Rendus".Some foxing near the edges, otherwise a good copy.

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        Neues Weberbild- und Musterbuch, . zur Beförderung der edlen Leinen- und Bildweberkunst, und zum Nutzen und Vergnügen angehender Meister und Gesellen, auch anderer Liebhaber der Weberkunst, auf 74 Kupfertafeln . Fünfte Original-Ausgabe.Heilbronn, Classische Buchhandlung, 1836. Oblong folio (21 x 32 cm). With 74 numbered engraved plates showing about 300 patterns for weaving. Contemporary half tanned sheepskin, tiger marbled sides.

      - WorldCat (1 copy); cf. Berlin Kat 1666-1667 (1771 & 1793 eds.); not in Lotz. Fifth edition, printed from the plates of the 1771 first edition, of an extremely rare and richly decorative weaver's sample book containing about 300 models for weaving cloth in all sorts of patterns (some wholly abstract, some with acorns, flowers, trees, etc.) and colours. The title-page indicates that it intended for master and journeyman weavers, as well as amateurs. Kirchenbaum (1725-1782) was a master weaver in Heilbronn. Some of the patterns create odd visual affects reminiscent of 1960s op-art. Others resemble patchwork quilt patterns. Since all follow the grid of the warp and woof they foreshadow today's digital art based on a grid of pixels. All editions are extremely rare. We have located only one other copy of the present edition, at the International Institute of Social History in Amsterdam.The letterpress text provides explanations plate by plate and also includes the text of Kirchbaum's preface to the first edition of 1771 and the publisher's new preface for the present 1836 edition.With an 1839 purchase inscription. He or another early owner drew a weaving pattern on the back of one leaf in brown ink. This ink drawing has bled through, slightly affecting the pattern in plate 43. The book is otherwise in very good condition (remarkably good for this sort of practitioner's model book), with an unobtrusive water stain in many leaves and the fore-edge margin of one leaf extended. The binding is rubbed and there is a chip in the spine. A rare weaver's model book: an essential primary source for the history of weaving, cloth and folk art. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Oud en nieuw Oost-Indi?n, vervattende een naaukeurige en uitvoerige verhandelinge van Nederlands mogentheyt in die gewesten, ... Te zamen dus behelzende niet alleen een zeer nette beschhryving van alles, wat Nederlands Oost-Indi?n betreft, maar ook 't voornaamste dat eenigzins tot eenige andere Europe?rs, in die gewesten, betrekking heeft.Dordrecht, Johannes van Braam; Amsterdam, Gerard onder den Linden, 1724-1726. 5 volumes. Folio. With engraved frontispiece, engraved dedication to Egidius van den Bempden, engraved author's portrait, 264 (of 265) engraved plates (many folding), 8 letterpress folding tables, and 80 engravings in text. Contemporary calf, gold-tooled spine with a floral/ornithological tool in 5 of 7 compartments, gold-tooled board edges. Bound by the so-called Pentateuch Bindery, located in Amsterdam.

      Howgego D-88; Landwehr & V.d. Krogt, VOC 467; Schilder, Australia unveiled, p. 152; for Valentijn: NNBW V, cols. 989-990. Richly illustrated first edition (the only early and only unabridged edition) of Valentijn's monumental study of the East Indies and especially Ambon, where he lived for more than 15 years. Besides being the most comprehensive and authoritative source about the Dutch colonial empire in the East for centuries, its literary qualities were praised even by modern critics. The work is also of particular interest for Australia as it "for the first time gave a complete and accurate account with maps and drawings of Tasman's first voyage", including information based on manuscripts now lost. Valentijn is "remarkably complete; the book is therefore a goldmine overflowing with information; he brought together everything accessible in his day ... [and] includes much information that one can find nowhere else; for that reason it remains indispensable" (NNBW). Valentijn (1666-1727) went to the East Indies as a minister of the church in 1685 and settled in Ambon. With 18th-century(?) owner's inscription in each volume, partly erased or covered. Lacking the engraved portrait of Mattheus de Haan in volume 4 and an errata leaf in volume 3. Some occasional browning, occasional small spots and stains, and with a tear in a some of the folding plates. Bindings rubbed along the extremities, a few slightly damaged at the foot or head of the spine. Overall in good condition.

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        OPERE DI GIULIO CESARE CORTESE IN LINGUA NAPOLETANA, BOUND WITH I CANTICI DI FIDENTIO GLOTTOCHRYSIO.

      Napoli, per Novello de Bonis, ad istanza d'Adriano Scultore, 1666.. in questa XV. impressione purgate con somma accuratezza da infiniti errori, che le rendevano manchevoli, e diffettose, e ridotte alla vera perfettione dell'autore. 2 works bound together, 1666. No. 1: Cortese, Opere, 6 volumes in 1, each with separate pagination, register and dated title page, plus half-title and general title page at the front listing the 6 works in Neapolitan dialect on the reverse. 12mo, approximately 140 x 70 mm, 5½ x 2¾ inches, each title page has a woodcut decorative border, a few pictorial tailpieces, similar borders to the "argomienti" of the canti, pages: Volume I, [10], 96; Volume II, 130; Volume III, [2], 96; Volume IV, 71 [1]; Volume V: 80 misnumbered 84 with a jump in pagination from page 72 to 77, catchwords correct, nothing is missing; Volume VI, 72, bound in full old vellum, gilt lettering within gilt border to spine. Vellum slightly worn at head of spine, old ink shelf number at tail of spine, upper cover slightly spotted, small ink stain to upper outer corner of first 7 leaves of Volume I, many leaves lightly age-browned, occasional small pale stain, neat ink note in 1 margin, small ink blot on last page of Volume III, text still legible. A very good tight copy of a scarce work. Giulio Cesare Cortese (1575 - c.1640) was born and lived most of his life in Naples. He studied law but became a courtier in Spain and Florence and was known as the author of poems and prose works in both the Tuscan and the Neapolitan dialect. With Giambattista Basile whom he had known as a boy in Naples he was responsible for laying the foundations for the artistic and literary dignity of the Neapolitan language. Despite the statement in the title that this is the fifteenth edition of the Opere, no earlier editions of either the collected edition or the single works are listed in the Italian libraries (ICCU). In the Bibliotheque Nationale there is a made up edition dated 1645-1652 published by Cavallo in Naples. In our edition the title pages are all dated 1666. It contains the following works: [1]: Micco Passaro nnammorato. Poema eroico di Giulio Cesare Cortese; [2]: La rosa fauola di Giulio Cesare Cortese; [3]: La vaiasseide poema, di Giulio Cesare Cortese. Il pastor Sebeto, a compita perfettione ridotta, con gli argomenti, & alcune prose di Gian Alesio Abbattutis. Dedicata al potentissimo re de' venti; [4]: Li trauagliuse ammure de Ciullo, e Perna de Giulio Cesare Cortese; [5]: Viaggio di Parnaso poema, di Giulio Cesare Cortese; [6]: Lo cerriglio ncantato poema eroico di Giulio Cesare Cortese. Brunet, II, page 314, cites only our edition of the Opere but mentions an edition of La Rosa of 1621 and an edition of La Vaiasseide of 1628. BOUND WITH, No. 2: I CANTICI DI FIDENTIO GLOTTOCHRYSIO, et d'altri celeberrimi ludimagistri. Novamente impressi & locupletati. Dedicati alli Discepoli della Scola Fidentiaca. Vicenza, Domenico Amadio, 1614. Anonymous and generally attributed to the Vicenzan poet Camillo Scrofa (Scroffa). 12mo, Italian text, printer's pictorial device to title page, another different one to final page, woodcut head and tailpieces, pages: (12), 119, (1). Title page a little spotted and laid down on old paper, upper and fore-edge margins slightly trimmed, couple of tiny inkspots to 2 pages, no loss of legibility, 2 tiny holes in margin of first text page. These Cantici belong to a minor genre of Italian poetry known as Fidentian which originated as a vehicle for homosexual themes that within the larger context of burlesque poetry have given rise to Burchiellesque and Bemesque poetry. Its initiator was Camillo Scroffa (1526-1565) who probably composed I Cantici di Fidentio when studying law (1545-50), and first published them in 1562 in an edition of some 29 pages. They are supposed to have been written by an "amorous pedant" Fidentio Glottochrysio who is hopelessly in love with the handsome Camillo Strozzi. The anthology amounts in the main to an anti-Petrarchan pamphlet, poking fun at well-worn conventions of love poetry, while at the same time it is a satire on the excessive preoccupation with classical antiquity into which the humanists had fallen, both from a linguistic standpoint and in view of their exaltation of the so-called Socratic love. What came to be known as Fidentian poetry - which is technically the opposite of macaronic poetry, which mixes vernacular elements into Latin, instead of vice versa - was cultivated even before the first authorized edition of the Cantici in 1562, and lasted until the beginning of the eighteenth century. With numerous additions from different poets this anthology was reprinted many times and was still in print in 1781. See, COPAC. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Oud en nieuw Oost-Indiën, vervattende een naaukeurige en uitvoerige verhandelinge van Nederlands mogentheyt in die gewesten, ... Te zamen dus behelzende niet alleen een zeer nette beschhryving van alles, wat Nederlands Oost-Indiën betreft, maar ook 't voornaamste dat eenigzins tot eenige andere Europeërs, in die gewesten, betrekking heeft.Dordrecht, Johannes van Braam; Amsterdam, Gerard onder den Linden, 1724-1726. 5 volumes. Folio. With engraved frontispiece, engraved dedication to Egidius van den Bempden, engraved author's portrait, 264 (of 265) engraved plates (many folding), 8 letterpress folding tables, and 80 engravings in text. Contemporary calf, gold-tooled spine with a floral/ornithological tool in 5 of 7 compartments, gold-tooled board edges. Bound by the so-called Pentateuch Bindery, located in Amsterdam.

      Howgego D-88; Landwehr & V.d. Krogt, VOC 467; Schilder, Australia unveiled, p. 152; for Valentijn: NNBW V, cols. 989-990. Richly illustrated first edition (the only early and only unabridged edition) of Valentijn's monumental study of the East Indies and especially Ambon, where he lived for more than 15 years. Besides being the most comprehensive and authoritative source about the Dutch colonial empire in the East for centuries, its literary qualities were praised even by modern critics. The work is also of particular interest for Australia as it "for the first time gave a complete and accurate account with maps and drawings of Tasman's first voyage", including information based on manuscripts now lost. Valentijn is "remarkably complete; the book is therefore a goldmine overflowing with information; he brought together everything accessible in his day ... [and] includes much information that one can find nowhere else; for that reason it remains indispensable" (NNBW). Valentijn (1666-1727) went to the East Indies as a minister of the church in 1685 and settled in Ambon. With 18th-century(?) owner's inscription in each volume, partly erased or covered. Lacking the engraved portrait of Mattheus de Haan in volume 4 and an errata leaf in volume 3. Some occasional browning, occasional small spots and stains, and with a tear in a some of the folding plates. Bindings rubbed along the extremities, a few slightly damaged at the foot or head of the spine. Overall in good condition.

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        Entretiens sur les vies et sur les ouvrages des plus excellens peintres anciens et modernes, Paris, Pierre Le Petit, 1666.

      1666 - In-4º menor.- (14 h.) 323 (11) p.- Encuadernación de la época en becerro; tapas con recuadro de filetes dorados; lomo de cuatro nervios, ornado con hierros dorados.- Bisagras con ligeros desgastes.- Mínimas oxidaciones ocasionales.- Primera edición del primer volumen de esta serie completada a lo largo de veinte años. CICOGNARA 2263. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Oud en nieuw Oost-Indiën, vervattende een naaukeurige en uitvoerige verhandelinge van Nederlands mogentheyt in die gewesten, ... Te zamen dus behelzende niet alleen een zeer nette beschhryving van alles, wat Nederlands Oost-Indiën betreft, maar ook 't voornaamste dat eenigzins tot eenige andere Europeërs, in die gewesten, betrekking heeft.Dordrecht, Johannes van Braam; Amsterdam, Gerard onder den Linden, 1724-1726. 5 volumes. Folio. With engraved frontispiece, engraved dedication to Egidius van den Bempden, engraved author's portrait, 264 (of 265) engraved plates (many folding), 8 letterpress folding tables, and 80 engravings in text. Contemporary calf, gold-tooled spine with a floral/ornithological tool in 5 of 7 compartments, gold-tooled board edges. Bound by the so-called Pentateuch Bindery, located in Amsterdam.

      Howgego D-88; Landwehr & V.d. Krogt, VOC 467; Schilder, Australia unveiled, p. 152; for Valentijn: NNBW V, cols. 989-990. Richly illustrated first edition (the only early and only unabridged edition) of Valentijn's monumental study of the East Indies and especially Ambon, where he lived for more than 15 years. Besides being the most comprehensive and authoritative source about the Dutch colonial empire in the East for centuries, its literary qualities were praised even by modern critics. The work is also of particular interest for Australia as it "for the first time gave a complete and accurate account with maps and drawings of Tasman's first voyage", including information based on manuscripts now lost. Valentijn is "remarkably complete; the book is therefore a goldmine overflowing with information; he brought together everything accessible in his day ... [and] includes much information that one can find nowhere else; for that reason it remains indispensable" (NNBW). Valentijn (1666-1727) went to the East Indies as a minister of the church in 1685 and settled in Ambon. With 18th-century(?) owner's inscription in each volume, partly erased or covered. Lacking the engraved portrait of Mattheus de Haan in volume 4 and an errata leaf in volume 3. Some occasional browning, occasional small spots and stains, and with a tear in a some of the folding plates. Bindings rubbed along the extremities, a few slightly damaged at the foot or head of the spine. Overall in good condition.

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        Ambrae historiam ad omnipotentis dei gloriam, et hominum sanitatem.

      - Wittenberg, Mevius and Schumacher, Typis Henckel, 1666. 8vo (20.3 x 16.6 cm). Title page, [vi], 76 pp., three engraved plates and one folded engraved map of the world including the "Terra Australis incognita" and a peculiar map of "Iapan Olim Chrÿse". Contemporary vellum; spine with small morocco label with author's name and abridged title. Blue-grey edges. Preserved in a 20th century green cloth box (22.3 x 18.0 x 2.3 cm) with gilt lettered morocco label.l Rare first edition of this treatise on the origins of amber and ambergris. "A book on amber, published by Justus Fidus Klobius of Wittenberg in 1666, examined eighteen opinions as to its origin and preferred the view that it was the dung of a bird native to Madagascar (illustrated in the book), the Maldives and East Indies, or possibly the excrement of a certain kind of whale" (Thorndike). Among the plates the famous and curious "shitting bird" or "Vogel mit dem Schopff. denn er setzt sich bei Nacht auf die Spitzen der hohen Klippen. was er alsdann von sich spritzt. und kömbt der Ambar von ihnen her"; a second plate shows a frog and a lizard; a third plate contains images of exotic, perhaps imaginary mammals. It also deals with the medical use of amber. Old owner's name written in ink on the title page; a few spots, but generally in very good condition. Rare. Duveen, 325; Krivatsky, 6455; Not in Nissen. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Les Mémoires de Henry de La Tour d'Auvergne, souverain duc de Bouillon adressée à son fils le Prince de Sedan.

      à Paris, chez René Guignard, 1666, in 16, de 7ff. 359pp., pl. veau brun époque, dos orné, coiffe sup. très lèg. usée, bon exemplaire. Edition originale de ces Mémoires composés en 1609 par le père du futur maréchal de Turenne, le récit couvre les années 1565-1586 et relate les efforts de l'incorrigible conspirateur pour évincer Henri de Navarre à la tête du parti réformé. Il est au siège de La Rochelle en 1573. Il se montra pourtant un bon administrateur de la principauté de Sedan. Henri IV a dit à son propos "Méfions-nous des brouillons et des Bouillons" ¶ Hauser sources 1463.

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        The Historie Of The World In Five Books: 1 Intreating Of The Beginning And First Ages Of The Same, From The Creation Unto Abraham. 2 Of The Times From The Birth Of Abraham To The Destruction Of The Temple Of Salomon. 3 From The Destruction Of Jerusalem, To The Time Of Philip Of Macedon. 4 From The Raigne Of Philip Of Macedon, To The Establishing Of That Kingdome In The Race Of Antigonus. 5 From The Settled Rule Of Alexanders Successors In The East, Untill The Romans (Prevailing Over All) Made Conquest Of Asia And Macedon

      Robert White, John Place & George Dawes, London 1666 - Pp. [58], 1143, [54]. 8 double-pages engraved maps & diagrams, lacks frontispiece portrait. Repair to title page, one letter of text affected. Contemporary full calf, neatly respined, but more recently damaged at the head of spine 19thC. A sound working copy containing the interesting maps and diagrams. Rare. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Les Religions du Monde, ou démonstration de toutes les religions & hérésies de l'Asie, Afrique, Amérique & de l'Europe, depuis le commencement du monde jusqu'à présent. Traduit par Thomas La Grue. Enrichy par tout de figures en taille douce.

      A Amsterdam, chez Jean Schipper, 1666, - in-4to, 8 ff. (titre gravé + titre imprimé avec vignette sur bois + préface + table) + 400 p., illustrée avec 15 gravures à mi-page, qqs ornements gravés sur bois, nom ms. sur titre ?Libris R.P. Sapere cuider ? & Sr. Inncocent Guerig, reliure en veau d?époque, dos richement orné or, (dos remonté et professionellement restaurée). Bel exemplaire. Première édition en français. First French edition. Contemporary mottled calf, gilt spine (professionally restored), occasional foxing or browning). First Edition of the French Translation by Thomas La Grue of Ross?s Pansebeia (London: 1653), treating of the religious beliefs and customs practised by various nations throughout the world, including North and South America (pp. 77-89), Canada, Virginia, Florida, New Spain, Mexico, Guiana, Peru, Brazil, Hispaniola.Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Alden 666/139. NCBEL I 2121. Sabin 73318. JCB III 147-48; Dorbon-Ainé, Bibl. Esoterica, n. 4233. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Paskaarte van Het Zuydelijskste van America van Rio de la Plata, tot Caap de Hoorn, ende inde Zuyd Zee, tot B. de Koquimbo

      Amsterdam 1666 - Carta nautica relativa all’area dell’America meridionale che abbraccia Argentina, Cile, Terra del Fuoco e Stretto di Magellano. Nel mare, un veliero e una rosa dei venti. La carta fu pubblicata nell’edizione del 1672 del De zee-atlas ofte water-wereld di Pieter Goos. Incisione su rame, contorni finemente acquarellati, margini aggiunti, qualche sporadica ossidazione, nel complesso in ottimo stato di conservazione. Rara. "Nautical map of South America that embraces Argentina, Chile, Tierra del Fuego and the Strait of Magellan. In the sea, a sailing ship and a compass rose. The map was published in 1672 edition of De zee-atlas ofte water-wereld by Pieter Goos. "Pieter Goos' marine atlases were held to be among the finest printed at the time and were often added tot the nine or twelve volumes of Blaeu's Atlas Maior." (Shirley) Copper engraving, outlines hand coloured, margins added, some light stains, otherwise in very good conditions. Rare." Dimensioni 550 450mm

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        Tavola esatta dell’antico Latio e di Nova Campagna di Roma

      Roma 1666 - Carta geografica stampata a Roma da Giovanni Giacomo de Rossi e successivamente inclusa nel Mercurio Geografico della famiglia De Rossi. Innocenzo Mattei era un monaco camaldolese che fu nominato da papa Clemente X geografo pontificio. Intagliata da Giorgio Widman. Incisione in rame, finemente colorata a mano, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Geographiv map printed in Rome by Giovanni Giacomo de Rossi and afterwards included in the Mercurio Geografico realized by the De Rossi family. Innocenzo Mattei was a amaldolite monk who was appointed Papal Geographer by Clemente X. Engraved by Giorgio Widman. Copper engraving, fine hand colour, in excellent condition. Istituto di Studi Romani, a cura di A. Frutaz, "Le Carte del Lazio", XVII.6, tav. 7; Almagià, Documenti cartografici dello Stato Pontificio p. 39. Dimensioni 520 390mm

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        Nova experimenta physico-mechanica pro demonstranda genuina causa elevationis aquae, et mercurii. Supra solitam eorum libellam in vitreis fistulis Torricellianis, à se nuper excogitate.

      Rome: Ignatius de Lazaris, 1666. Hardcover. Very Good. 8vo [15.7 x 9.9 cm]. 79 pp., (1) folding engraving, with woodcut headpieces and initials, cancel slip at p. 36. Bound in contemporary Roman red morocco by Andreoli, spine and covers richly gold tooled, covers with the arms of Cardinal Giacomo Rospigliosi (1628-1684), all edges gilt. Minor rubbing and edge wear to spine and covers. Several contemporary (authorial?) manuscript corrections in the text, minor spotting and browning. Very rare first edition of Matteo Campani's (1620-1678) important treatise on barometry, here in a finely bound copy decorated with the arms of Cardinal Giacomo Rospigliosi (1628-1684). Campani examines the recent discoveries and inventions of Evangelista Torricelli (1608-47) - foregrounding his work with a discussion of the concept of the vacuum and the physical properties of mercury - and illustrates his treatise with a folding engraving depicting a dozen Toricellian tubes and related devices with which he conducted his experiments. Although mentioned as early as 1644 (in a letter to Michelangelo Ricci), a full report of Torricelli's groundbreaking experiments was not published until 1663, at which time it was printed by Carlo Dati (under the pseudonym 'Timauro Antiate') as Lettera a Filaleti. Published just three years after the Lettera, Campani's present Nova experimenta physico-mechanica is thus a vital early witness to the scientific discussion of the science of barometry at the time. "The argument on vacuum or fullness goes back to the first Greek philosophical schools. In the Middle Ages, Catholic theology replaced Aristotle's doctrine that a vacuum is a contradiction in logic by the concept that nature abhors a vacuum (horror vacui). During the Renaissance the argument between supporters of vacuum and those of fullness flared up again" (DSB, vols. 13-14, p. 438). The discovery barometry "changed the appearance of physics just as the telescope changed that of astronomy; the circulation of the blood, that of medicine; and Volta's pile, that of molecular physics" (DSB, vols. 13-14, p. 439). "Although Galileo had experimentally demonstrated the weight of atmospheric air in 1613, he failed to realize that suction phenomena were linked to the weight of air, instead explaining the fact that water will not rise more than nine meters in a suction pump by his hypothesis of the 'force of vacuum.' Using a barometer, Galileo's pupil Torricelli used mercury as his experimental liquid, reasoning that since mercury was fourteen times denser than water, the pressure of the atmosphere should produce a column one-fourteenth as high . He asked his associate Viviani to construct a long glass tube capable of supporting the weight of mercury, and Viviani was the first to perform the experiment, which confirmed Torricelli's predictions" (Norman, vol. 2, p. 761). The present volume's printed dedication is to Pope Alexander VII, who in 1667 (just after the treatise's publication) was succeeded by Clement IX (Giulio Rospigliosi), uncle of the Giacomo Rospigliosi whose arms decorate the present copy. Matteo Campani was well known for his work on horology and optics, having manufactured the lenses with which Cassini discovered two of Saturn's satellites (see Tiraboschi). Matteo Campani's brother Giuseppe was a noted astronomer and telescope and microscope maker. Matteo is sometimes credited with the invention of the magic lantern, while the two brothers are known to have invented a silent night clock presented to Pope Alexander VII in 1656. OCLC locates only 1 U.S. copy of this work: University of Oklahoma. * Riccardi 218.1; D. H. Hook and J. M. Norman, Norman Library of Science and Medicine; G. Tiraboschi, Storia della letteratura italiana ., vol. 7, part 1, pp. 263-5.

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        Prospectus Castri e Pontis S. Angeli

      Roma 1666 - Acquaforte, 1666, firmata e datata in lastra in basso a sinistra. Esemplare del rarissimo primo stato di due, avanti i ritocchi a bulino. Magnifica prova, stampata su carta vergata coeva e rifilata al rame tracce di piega centrale verticale, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. Cruyl inizia a disegnare ed incidere vedute nel momento in cui si trasferisce a Roma, intorno al 1664. Le prime opere furono i ventuno disegni, un tempo conservati all’Albertina di Vienna ed oggi divisi tra Cleveland Museum e Rijksmuseum. I disegni risultano, per finalità incisorie, in controparte rispetto ai luoghi rappresentati. Solo dieci di questi soggetti furono incisi dal Cruyl e pubblicati per la prima volta nel 1666 da Giovan Battista de Rossi in un volume dedicato a papa Alessandro VII, dal titolo Prospectus loco rum Urbis Romae Insignis, opera che in seguito fu ristampata da Matteo Gregorio de Rossi nel 1692/98. Cruyl caratterizza ogni sua veduta con l’inserimento di figure perfettamente aderenti al contesto urbano e, allo stesso tempo, descrive e definisce monumenti esistenti nella città di papa Chigi. Per raggiungere il suo obbiettivo l’artista non esita ad alterare la realtà prospettica ne a modificare lo spazio urbano. Rarissima. Bibliografia: B. Jatta, Lievin Cruyl e la sua opera grafica, pp.53/9, 11. Dimensioni 483x400. Etching, 1666, signed and dated on lower left plate. Example in the very rare first state of two, before the engraving adjustments. Magnificent work, printed on contemporary laid paper trimmed to platemark, sings of central paper fold, otherwise in excellent condition. Cruyl started drawing and carving landscapes around 1664, when he moved to Rome. His first works were twenty-one drawings which were once kept at the Albertina in Vienna and are nowadays divided between the Cleveland Museum and Rijksmuseum. Since they were meant to be used for the engravings, the drawings are the counterpart of the depicted subjects. Only ten of these subjects have been carved by Cruyl and published for the first time in 1666 by Giovan Battista de Rossi in a volume dedicated to Pope Alessandro VII, called Prospectus loco rum Urbis Romae Insignis, afterwards reissued by Matteo Gregorio de Rossi in 1692/98. Cruyl characterized every view by including figures that stick perfectly with the urban context and, at the same time, describes and defines the city monuments of the Chigi period. To reach his aim, he did not hesitate to alter the real perspective or to change the appearance of the city. Very rare. Bibliografia: B. Jatta, Lievin Cruyl e la sua opera grafica, pp.53/9, 11. Dimensioni 483x400. B. Jatta, Lievin Cruyl e la sua opera grafica, pp.53/9, 11. Dimensioni 483x400. Dimensioni [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Maximi Totius Europae Fluminis Danubii Cursus Per Germaniam Hungariamque Nova Delineatio. - Amstelodami, Sumpt. Ioannis Ianßonii.':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich aus Atlas Contractus b. Janssonius Erben, 1666, 45 x 51,5 van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. I, 1110.1A.2.1.407. - Zeigt den Donaulauf von der Quelle bis zur Mündung in 2 Teilen übereinander. - Oben rechts Titelkartusche. - In der Blattmitte Kartusche mit Maßstab. - Die Karte nur in drei Ausgaben erschienen! - Erstmalig in diesem Atlas!

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        The Historie of the World, in Five Books, The First, Intreating of the Beginning and First Ages of the Same, from the Creation unto Abraham. The Second, of the times from the Birth of Abraham to the Destruction of the Temple of Salomon. The Third, from the Destruction of Jerusalem to the time of Philip of Macedon. The Fourth, from the Reign of Philip of Macedon, to the establishing of that Kingdom in the Race of Antigonus. The Fifth, from the settled rule of Alexanders Successors in the East, until the Romans (prevailing over all) made conquest of Asia and Macedon

      London: Robert White, John Place, and George Dawes, 1666. Later printing. Hardcover. Very Good. 1666. Later printing, reprint of original 1614 edition- included in Carter's "Printing and the Mind of Man". Hardcover, folio. in original full leather boards with later calf spine. 1143pp. complete with all contents called for, including 8 maps and rad frontis portrait of Raleigh. Very good. Mottling, discoloration to rear board. Damp stain to margin of first 60pp. Mottling and staining to rear endpapers. Internally complete with clean plates, in a sound binding. This copy considered for purchase (and handled) by the great astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson at our most recent book fair. Digital images available upon request.

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        Villa Pamphilia eiusque palatium, cum suis prospectibus, statuae, fontes, vivaria, theatra, areolae, plantarum, viarumque ordines, cum eiusdem villae absoluta Delineatione

      Roma, Italia: Giovanni Giacomo de Rossi [Io. Iocabi de Rubeis] No date. Likely a first edition from around the time of the death of Camillo Pamphili in 1666, but possibly dating from the 1670s. Approximately 16.25 x 11.5 inches. Bound in later, 18th century [?] brown quarter calf, with somewhat faded gilt-stamped lettering and decorative devices to the spine, and with complementary marbled paper hardboards in tones of dark and light greens. Spine and boards much rubbed. Large losses at board corners. Hinges still strong and text block firmly bound in. With illustrated half title page, portrait page of "Camillus Pamphilius," and 60 full-page copper plates by Dominique Barrière, including 41 statues and 19 busts from the buildings and gardens of the Villa Pamphili. The complete edition believed issued with 84 engraved plates. The present copy lacking full title page, two-page dedication, 9 plates of statues, and 3 of busts, and also lacking plan/landscape views [as many as 10?] by Giovanni Battista Falda. Rag content, hand-made pages. Pages on the whole quite sturdy though thickness varies from page to page. Half title page with copper engraved title vignette, with the Pamphili coat of arms. Portrait of Camillus Pamphilius, signed: "Gio. Batista Gaulus Genouen pinx. (may be Giovanni Battista Gaulli also known as Baciccio, or Baciccia), L. Visscher Sculp." The 2nd statue plate, Venus Marina Genetrix Alma, charmingly hand-colored. Iulia Augusta plate with tidewater mark at upper margin. Apollo plate with tidewater mark at upper margin and into plate. Occasional light to moderate foxing and/or soiling to plates, mostly restricted to the margins. Quite a few plates impressively clean and free of significant demerits. Pastedowns and opposite FEPs very age-toned. First several pages dog-earred at top and bottom corners, last several at bottom corners. A Very Good Minus copy in a Fair Only binding. Rare in any condition. According to Dumbarton Oaks: "The Pamphili were a Roman dynasty. Giovanni Battista Pamphili [1574-1655] became Pope Innocent X in 1644. His nephew, Camillo Pamphili [1622-1666], was a Cardinal." Christie's comments: "The Villa Pamphili was the last and most magnificent of the Roman villas built in the 16th- and 17th- centuries: the construction of the villa, under the architect G.F. Grimaldi and the sculptor Algardi, lasted from 1644 to 1648, and the gardens were laid out in 1650. The house included some of the finest stucco work of the 17th century, and a main feature of the gardens was the collection of Roman and Greek statuary, displayed in niches in the facade of the villa and in the grounds. Shortly after this collection was installed, Pamphili commissioned Barrière -- one of the pre-eminent architectural draughtsmen in Rome in the 1640 and 1650s - to create copper plates (some of which survive) showing views of the Villa and a number of the statues; this commission was probably executed by Barrière (together with Carlo Orlandi, thought to be an assistant or student) between 1652 and 1657, when payments to them are recorded. After Camillo Pamphili's death in 1666, the plates were inherited by his son Giambattista, who presumably arranged the publication of Villa Pamphilia by de Rossi." Wikipedia states: "Barrière was born at Marseilles in about 1622. He spent most of his career in Rome, where he engraved a considerable number of plates, after Claude and other landscape painters, as well as other subjects. They are neatly etched in the manner of Stefano della Bella. He died in Rome in 1678." Grazie tanto a Furlanetto Stampe Antiche per il seguenti: [Abbiamo] il piacere di proporre la vendita di alcune stampe antiche di statue di Villa Pamphili, una prestigiosa villa romana, tratte da un'opera dedicata all'edificio e al suo parco. L'imponente costruzione principale fu edificata in pochi anni per onorare l'ascesa al Soglio Pontificio di Innocenzo X, al secolo Giovanni Battista Pamphili. Fu suo nipote ad ordinare l'arricchimento della villa barocca e del suo giardino attraverso una serie di migliorie tra cui la disposizione della collezione di statue antiche nel parco, tra le sale del palazzo e nelle nicchie della facciata. Come sovente capitava nelle migliori famiglie, come estrema esaltazione tra i vivi e per i posteri, si diede l'incarico a uno tra i migliori architetti romani di origine francese, Dominique Barrière, di eseguire alcuni disegni da cui poi trarre le incisioni da raccogliere in un volume commemorativo. Il Barrière vi lavorò per cinque anni tra il 1652 e il 1657, ma sarà dopo la dipartita del nipote di Innocenzo X nel 1666 che il volume in folio vedrà la luce, composto da 82 incisioni di cui 10 tra vedute della villa e fontane opera del bravissimo Giovanni Battista Falda e tutte le altre illustranti le numerose statue che indubbiamente caratterizzavano soprattutto il giardino.. Presumed First Edition. Quarter-leather. Very Good Minus. Illus. by Barrière, Dominique [Dominicus]. Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall.

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        Americas, Caribbean sea chart - Theunis Jacobsz Lootsman, 1666.

      SEA CHART OF THE CARIBBEAN"Pascaert van de Carybes, Nieu Nederlandt, Brazil, de Flaemsche en Soute Eylanden ende landen daer omtrent gelegen." Copper engraving published by Theunis Jacobsz Lootsman in Amsterdam 1666.This progenitor chart covers the American shores of the Atlantic Ocean. The objective of the map was to present in atlas form the most desirable information from the "West Indische Paskaert" maps of Willem Blaeu. These charts had previously been sold as loose sheets. To accomplish this, Theunis Jacobsz concentrated on the waters between the Cape Verde islands and Azores, and removed the Gulf of Mexico.New Amsterdam is identified on the map as "Amsterdam". The map is decorated with the family emblem of a sailor holding a lead and line, and the official coat of arms of the Dutch West India Company. This chart was copied by Colom, Doncker, Goos, De Wit and others.Literature: Koeman IV, p. 223-226, Jac 1; Burden 298Price: ?1.350,- (excl VAT/BTW).

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        The Poems of Horace, Consisting of Odes, Satyres, and Epistles, Rendred in English Verse By Several Persons.

      London: E. Cotes for Henry Brome at the Gun in Ivy-lane 1666 - 8vo. [30], 400 p., [2] leaves of plates : ports. Professionally restored in leather with original contemporary leather covers and spine. Tight binding and good cover. Minimal wear. Clean, unmarked pages with toning. Missing frontispiece. Please feel free to view our photographs. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        MIrabILIs DeUs in SanCtIs SUIs Ps. 67, Mechlinia illustrata luce miraculorum S. Francisco Xaverii orbis utriusque solis ac thaumaturgi chronicis distichis evulgata anno MDCLXVI.

      Mecheln, Lints, () 1666 - Klein-4°. 4 nn. Bl., 121 S., 7 nn. Bl., mit 2 (1 heraldischen) Kupferstichen. Neuer Pappband. Erste und einzige Ausgabe, sehr selten. - Textseiten jeweils in Form eines Chronogramms und auf dem gegenüberliegenden Blatt normal gesetzt. - Der Jesuitenpater Grumsel (1613-1678) hat laut Sommervogel noch 2 weitere ebenfalls ausgesprochen seltene Titel mit Chronogrammen veröffentlicht. - Die Kupfer zeigen einen Reliquienschrein für Franz Xaver in Mecheln sowie vermutlich das Wappen von Andreas Cruesen, der von 1657-1666 Erzbischof in Mecheln war. - Wappenkupfer schief eingebunden, dadurch etwas beschnitten, alter Besitzeintrag auf Titel, Ex-Libris auf Innendeckel. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Architectura civilis, oder Beschreibung und Vorreissung vieler vornehmer Dachwerck, als hoher Helmen, Creutzdächer, Wiederkehrungen, Welscher Hauben, auch Kelter, Fallbrücken: Item allerley Pressen, Schnecken oder Windelstiegen...

      Architectura civilis, oder, Beschreibung und Vorreissung vieler vornehmer Dachwerck, als hoher Helmen, Creutzdaecher, Wiederkehrungen, welscher Hauben, auch Kelter, Fallbruecken : item allerley Pressen, Schnecken oder Windelstiegen und andern dergleichen mechanischen Fabrichen / alles mit hoechstem Fleiss zusammen getragen, und der lieben Jugend, sonderlich aber allen Kunstliebhabern der Architectur zu Nutz und Dienst an Tag gegeben, von Johann Wilhelm Ohne Angabe Jahr, aber nicht vor 1666, Paul Fürst starb 1666, Witwe und Erben druckten bis 1704. Eine von zwei undatierten Fürst-Ausgaben, vgl. Ornamentstichslg. Berlin 2177. Vorher waren drei Ausgaben des 1. Teils in Frankfurt erschienen. Wilhelm Johann war ein sehr bekannter und geachteter Baumeister seiner Zeit. Die Kupfer zeigen u.a. Holzkonstruktionen von Dachstühlen, Kräne, Zugmaschinen, Wein- u. Druckerpressen, etc. Teil 1 enthält 44 Tafel, Teil 2 hat 30 Tafeln. Erste 2 Blatt kleine Beschädigungen unten rechts durchs umblättern, Seiten Fingerfleckig und teils gebräunt, wenige alte Restaurationsspuren. Buchrücken oben etwas vom Pergament abgeplatzt. Deutschland kostenloser Versand DHL

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        Americas, Caribbean sea chart - Theunis Jacobsz Lootsman, 1666.

      SEA CHART OF THE CARIBBEAN"Pascaert van de Carybes, Nieu Nederlandt, Brazil, de Flaemsche en Soute Eylanden ende landen daer omtrent gelegen." Copper engraving published by Theunis Jacobsz Lootsman in Amsterdam 1666.This progenitor chart covers the American shores of the Atlantic Ocean. The objective of the map was to present in atlas form the most desirable information from the "West Indische Paskaert" maps of Willem Blaeu. These charts had previously been sold as loose sheets. To accomplish this, Theunis Jacobsz concentrated on the waters between the Cape Verde islands and Azores, and removed the Gulf of Mexico.New Amsterdam is identified on the map as "Amsterdam". The map is decorated with the family emblem of a sailor holding a lead and line, and the official coat of arms of the Dutch West India Company. This chart was copied by Colom, Doncker, Goos, De Wit and others.Literature: Koeman IV, p. 223-226, Jac 1; Burden 298Price: ?1.350,- (excl VAT/BTW).

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        Les Oeuvres de Monsieur de Montreuil

      first edition. Chez Thomas Iolly à Paris 1666 in-12 (8,5x14,5cm) (16) 629pp. (1p. priv.) relié

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        Les fortifications du Chevalier Antoine de Ville, Tholosain Avec l'Ataque et la défense des places.

      à Paris, pour la Cie des libraires du Palais, 1666, in 8°, de 8ff. 520pp. et 20ff. de table dont les 2 derniers blancs, ill. de 53 gravures sur cuivre de fortifications dont certaines se dépl., pl. veau brun moucheté époque, dos orné, bel exemplaire. Une des dernières éditions augmentées de ce fameux traité technique de fortifications. Antoine de Ville (1596-1656) fut le premier de nos ingénieurs militaires qui connut parfaitement la construction, et plusieurs détails de son système furent adoptés par Vauban. En praticien averti, il justifie ses parti-pris par des exemples tirés de ses multiples expériences, et les gravures sont remarquables. L'auteur n'a pas eu l'ambition de présenter un système novateur mais plutôt de fournir un compendium des différents systèmes modernes de fortifications. Deville se distingue par son souci de rationalisation de l'art de la guerre. Accordant une grande importance à l'économie du siège, à la logistique militaire et à l'ordre des attaques et de la défense, ses écrits seront une source d'inspiration majeure pour l'ouvrage de Vauban. ¶ Graesse VII, 321 (édit. de 1666)

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        Arca Noae. Sive historia imperiorum ex regnorum

      Leiden & Rotterdam, Petrus Hackius, 1666. - (32), 545, (44) pp. With engraved title-page by Wingendorp. Contemporary sheepskin parchment. One of the two first editions published simultaneously of a historical work written by the German historian Georgius Hornius (1620-70). "In the dusk of his life, he moved to universal history, an endeavor that culminated with his Arca Noae, which comprised the chronicles of Europe, alongside descriptions of the cultures of China, Egypt, Assyria, ancient Greece, Rome, and pre-Columbian America, and surveys of their religion, art and literature" (Kowner). Entitled "Noah's Ark", it contains the history of the world starting at its creation up to the 17th century. It successively deals with all the great empires and kingdoms and their important founders and rulers. It contains narratives about the founding of Damascus, the founding of Arab kingdoms by Ishmael and Isaac, the caliphates, and the Turks. Beside sections dealing with the Middle East, the book deals with Chinese and American history as well, struggling with sources that predated the biblical sources. Hornius identified biblical figures with characters mentioned in early Chinese annals, suggesting that Cain's offspring had settled in China. Nevertheless, he rejected the possibility that some Chinese sources predated the flood for which Noah built his ark. - Born in Germany, Hornius later became a professor of history at Leiden University, the Netherlands. He mainly dealt with the topic of chronology, discussing how (world) history was to be divided into periods. Among others the compared the difference in biblical, classical and oriental chronologies, and wrote many works on history, theology, geography, and chronology. - With old shelfmark on spine and library stamp on flyleaf. Browned with some small spots throughout, engraved title-page slightly thumbed, a waterstain on leaf *2 and a small tear in leaf *3, and frequent wormholes, slightly affecting the text near the end of the book. Book block only loosely attached to binding. Otherwise a good copy. Sabin 33013. European Americana 666/75. R. Kowner, From white to yellow (2014), 9.

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        Trait

      - Paris, chez Thomas Jolly, 1666. 1 volume in-12 plein veau brun porphyre de l’

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        Collection of revised ornithological offprints from "Comptes rendus"].Paris, Mallet-Bachelier, 1855-1856. 4to. 7 parts in 1 volume. With a collective title-page for several of the offprints: Tableaux parall

      - Ronsil 294; Zimmer, pp. 72-77. Collection of revised ornithological offprints from Comptes rendus (a French scientific journal published since 1666), by Charles Lucien Bonaparte, a well-known ornithologist and nephew of Napoleon. Included are taxonomic classifications of various birds, including pigeons, herons, galliformes and ostriches, birds found in the collections of various museums in the Netherlands, Belgium and the Marquesas Islands, and also a review of George Robert Gray's Genera and Subgenera of Birds (1855). Apparently several similar collections were published, containing various articles by Bonaparte from the "Comptes Rendus".Some foxing near the edges, otherwise a good copy.

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        Tractaet van vrede, tusschen de Heeren Staten Generael Der Vereenichde Nederlanden: Ende den heere bisschop van Munster. Gesloten ende onderteeckent tot Cleve, den 19 April 1666. Uyt het Latijn overgeset.[Amsterdam, 1666]. With:(2) [DUTCH REPUBLIC - ENGLAND - POLITICS]. Vervolgh tweede deel van 't discours over den tegenwoordigen toestant, ende apparetien van vreede, tusschen Engelant, ende vereende Provintien. Verhandelt met een Fransman, Engelsman, Hollander, Sweedt, ende Deen. Rotterdam, Floris Ghijssen, 1667. (3) [DUTCH REPUBLIC - NAVIGATION - POLITICS]. Tractaet de marine, tusschen den grootmachtighsten Prince Carel de II. Koningh van Groot Brittannien, &c. ter eenre: en de Ho. Mog. Heeren Staten Generael der Vereenighde Nederlanden, t

      - Knuttel 9410 (ad 1), 9477b (other edition of 2) 9620 (ad 3); Tiele, Pamfletten 5471 (ad 1), 5522 (ad 2), 5610 (ad 3). Three popular pamphlets in one volume. Ad 1: The terms of the Peace Treaty of 1666 between the Bishop of Munster and the Dutch Republic, in 15 articles. Ad 2: Anonymously published popular pamphlet discussing the feelings of the people about the peace with England in the form of a discussion between 5 people belonging to the different European nations involved. This is the second of three such pamphlets published at the time, all very rare. Ad 3: The terms of the treaty on navigation between England and the Dutch Republic, concluded in 1668, in 19 articles, with a general introduction, and with the official forms of the Dutch and English passports at the end. Good copies of three rare pamphlets.

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        Draft Document in a neat clerk's hand with their 'signatures' in the same hand (Edward Hyde, 1609-1674, Lord Chancellor of England, from 1661 1st Earl), his son CLARENDON (Henry, 1638-1709, from 1661 Viscount Cornbury, from 1674 2nd Earl), ARLINGTON (Sir Henry Bennet, c. 1618-1685, from 1663 1st Baron, from 1672 1st Earl, Principal Secretary of State), Philip HOWARD (1629-1694, 3rd son of the 15th Earl ofArundel, Chaplain & Almoner to Queen Catherine of Braganza, Cardinal, 1675), Sir Richard BELLINGS (b. c. 1632, Secretary to Queen Catherine, elder son of Richard Bellings, Secretary to the Irish Confederation), the Hon. Benjamin WESTON, (son of Richard, 1st Duke of Portland and Frances Waldegrave) and William ERSKINE (d. 1685, youngest son

      1666 - as Executors of the property in England of Ludovic STUART, 1619-1665, born in London but brought up in France, from 1642 10th Seigneur d'Aubigny), of which they have already obtained probate, appointing Edward BURDETT of Gray's Inn their Attorney to sell his "Plate, household stuff and goods" for the best prices that can be obtained, to call in all debts due to the deceased, if necessary through the courts, not least the arrears of the £1000 a year allowed him by the Duke of Richmond out of the Aulnage, giving Burdett himself power to appoint one or more Attorneys for the same purpose, and requiring him to report back from time to time, 1 side 14¼" x 19", no place, 17th September original corrections, a few tiny tears at blank ends of folds, original ink smudge in blank portion A fascinating set of Executors, some Protestant, some Roman Catholic, all notable for their ties in one way or another to the King, Queen or Court. Ludovic Stuart d'Aubigny was the 5th son of Esmé Stuart, 3rd Duke of Lennox. The family descended in a female line from James II of Scots and from Sir John Stuart of Darnley (d. 1429). The latter was granted lands at Aubigny-sur-Nère (in Berry, now in Cher) for his services to the Crown of France against the English. In 1495 James IV of Scots created the 5th Seigneur d'Aubigny Earl of Lennox, and the Earls and then Dukes of Lennox became very active in Scottish affairs. Thereafter the Aubigny title was held by some younger son. (And of course, Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley, was Charles II's grandfather). Ludovic d'Aubigny was a Dominican Monk, then in priest's orders. When Charles II met Catherine of Braganza at Portsmouth in 1662, the Pope had not yet recognised Portugal's independence from Spain. In a public Roman Catholic ceremony, the Queen would have appeared only as the daughter of a Duke. So Ludovic d'Aubigny married Charles II and Catherine of Braganza in secret. Archbishop Sheldon married them the same day in a public Anglican ceremony. The Aulnage was a tax on woollen cloth, payable at the time of its inspection by the Aulnager for quality and width. Here the Duke of Richmond is Charles Stuart, 1639-1672, Ludovic's nephew, from 1660 3rd Duke of Richmond and 6th Earl of Lennox. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Kongl: Mayst:tz Placat och Påbudh, Om Gamble Monumenter och Antiquiteter.

      Georg Hantsch, Stockholm 1666. Häftad. Tagen ur band. 8 sidor. Endast lätt nött. Denna fornminneslagstiftning är utfärdad av Karl XI:s förmyndarregering med Magnus Gabriel De la Gardie i spetsen och är den första i sitt slag i världen. Plakatet är skrivet efter ett förslag av Johan Hadorph, som senare blev riksantikvarie. Han var en drivande kraft i Antikvitetskollegiet och kan betraktas som Sveriges förste arkeolog och genom sin insamlingsverksamhet grundare av vårt första fornsaksmuseum. Sverige etablerade sig som ett kulturpolitiskt föregångsland.

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        More News from Rome or Magna Charta, Discoursed of between a Poor Man & his Wife . . . An Assertion of Dr. William Warmstrey . . . wherein he affirmeth, that It is a lesser sin for a man to kill his Father, than to refrain coming to the Divine Service

      One of the few surviving works of Wallis, the radical protestant called the Cobbler of Gloucester, invoking Magna Charta as part of his vituperative attack on the Church of England and "the scandalous and shameful conduct of Anglican clergyman". Modern 1/4 calf over marbled boards, gilt, definite browning and the margins cut close, but clean and usable; the Taussig copy. for the Author, for the only benefit of his Wife and Children, London, 1666.

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        Le Solennità lugubri e liete in nome della Fedelissima Sicilia nella felice e primaia città di Palermo..per la morte di Filippo Quarto il Grande e le festose acclamationi della Maestà di Carlo Sercondo, figlio, e herede.. (Legato con:) LUBRANI, Giacomo. L'Anfiteatro della Costanza vittoriosa. Oratione funerale..per le solenni essequie.. Palermo, Andrea Colicchi, 1666

      Colicchi A, 1666. 2 opere in un vol. in-4 (mm 295 x 205), pp. (52), 44; 50, (2 bianche); 544 (per le 3 parti della prima opera); pp. 48 (per la seconda); legatura coeva in pergamena, titolo ms. al dorso. Il Padre teatino (Palermo 1625-1679) fu per 40 anni temuto consultore del S. Uffizio: un altro suo scritto riguarda la facoltà della polizia palermitana di catturare i ricercati rifugiati negli edifici di culto, in specie durante la rivolta palermitana del 1647. La sua opera in tre parti descrive ampiamente la morte del Re Filippo IV (1605-1665), l'accoglienza festosa riservata al figlio Carlo II (1661-1700), le cerimonie pubbliche, gli apparati architettonici, le solenni esequie. E' magnificamente illustrata da 7 tavole disegnate ed incise da Paolo Amato, alcune delle quali più volte ripieg.: antiporta con due grandi figure allegoriche che sorreggono in volo lo stemma della Sicilia; stemma a p. pag. di Francesco Gaetani, "duca di Sermoneta, e di San Marco.."; una tavola ripieg. (mm 510 x 380) raffig. su quattro piani la cavalcata verso la Cattedrale, con carrozze, cavalieri, paggi, alabardieri, ecc.; seguono due tav. con gli ornamenti della facciata anteriore e quella interna del tempio palermitano; la sesta tav. (mm 960 x 385) riproduce gli ornamenti laterali interni con doppieri, ghirlande, statue; l'ultima (mm 770 x 510) ritrae la fastosa architettura barocca del mausoleo, riccamente ornato di statue di re e guerrieri, con in basso il catafalco reale. La seconda opera contiene l'orazione funebre del Padre G. Lubrani (1619-1693). "Il libro celebra una delle più memorabili cerimonie funebri del Seicento; architetto della mesta pompa è Paolo Amato, qui ad una delle sue prime prove.." (da il "Funeral Teatro" di M. C. Ruggieri Tricoli). "Uno dei più belli e più rari libri illustrati del '600 siciliano" (Moncada Lo Giudice), raro e difficile a trovarsi completo di tutte le tavole. Bell'esempl. (salvo un timbro di bibliot. privata sul tit. e sulla tav. delle armi ed alcuni rinforzi alle piegature di alcune tav.).

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        Usibus et Martis Domitoris proderit artes. /Es wird gewiss im Krieg sehr grossen Vortheil bringen, Soll man rechts oder lincks nach zeit.

      Artist: Rugendas Georg Philipp ( - 1742 ) Augsburg; issued in : Augsburg; date: 1710 1666 - - technic: Copper print- Aquatinta; colorit: gouache; condition: Folds and tears perfectly set down; size (in cm): 48,5 x 66 - description: View of a battle in the field, from the -great war instruction- of g Ph. Rugendas.Georg Philipp Rugendas (1666 - 1742) was a battle and military genre painter and engraver born in the Free Imperial City of Augsburg in what is now Bavaria, Germany.

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        Mémoires pour l'histoire du cardinal de Richelieu

      New editionBinding post Restore signed Simier, right calf icy blond. Back to nerves decorated with 4 florets. Wheels on the nerves, tail and head. Part of title and volume number of black morocco. Fillet border on covers. Gilt edges. Tail: Simier connected and Elz. 1666. Light friction caps, bits and parts, but nice copy of a very beautiful inner freshness. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! chez Pierre du Marteau [Amsterdam, Elsevier]. A Cologne [Amsterdam] 1666 in-12 (7,5x13,5cm) 2 volumes reliés

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        El dia de fiesta por la tarde Parte segunda Lisbon na officina de Domingos Carneyro

      

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        Erneuertes Hauss- und Kaufmännisches Rechen-Büchlein

      Hans Jacob Thomann (auch Thoman, 1666-1713) "... wurde mit 20 Jahren Rechenmeister an der Schule und in seinem Nachruf heisst es, dass er seinen Vorgänger nicht weniger als an Länge der Amtsführung an Verdienst übertroffen habe. Er war als Lehrer ... geliebt und geehrt, ... so dass ihm von auswärts immer junge Leute in Kost und Schule zugeschickt wurden und er in seiner Leichenrede der 'gemeinsame Lehrer Schwabens, der Schweiz und Rhätiens' genannt wird". (vgl. Wolfart, Geschichte der Stadt Lindau am Bodensee, Tl. 2, 1910). - Dekoratives Exemplar. Stempelchen auf Vorsatz getilgt. Mit dem hübschen allegorischen Titelkupfer. Seltene Ausgabe dieses originellen Lindauer Druckes. Erscheinungsjahr aus mathematischem Rätsel ermittelt

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        Traité des maladies des femmes, par M. Jean Varandée. Reveu, augmenté d'annotations et traduit en français par J. B[onamour].

      Paris, Robert de Ninville, 1666. ____ Publié pour la première fois, en latin, à Lyon en 1620. Varandal est le premier à décrire la chlorose des jeunes filles, qu'il nomme (p. 2) "chlorosis ou pasles-couleurs. "Divisé en trois livres : Le 1er traite des maladies propres aux femmes. Le 2e de la stérilité, des signes de la grossesse, de l'accouchement... Le 3e, de l'allaitement, des mamelles, du lait... Jean de Varandé (ou Varandal) (Nimes, 1564-1617) fut nommé doyen de la Faculté de Montpellier en 1609. "Il composa plusieurs traités mieux écrits que ceux qui avaient paru avant lui, et débarrassés de ce tas de recettes frivoles, ainsi que de cette quantité de remèdes inutiles, dont les ouvrages des sectateurs des arabes avaient été surchargés jusqu'alors. Il n'en publia cependant aucun. ... Mais on s'empressa de les faire imprimer après sa mort, et c'est à ses écoliers qu'on en doit les éditions." (Bayle et Tillaye). Bon exemplaire. *****. In-8. [162 x 95 mm] Collation : (16), 620, (12) pp. Basane marbrée, dos à nerfs orné, tranches rouges. (Reliure du XIXe.).

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        Saggi di naturali esperienze fatte nell'Accademia del Cimento sotto la protezione del Ser. Principe Leopoldo di Toscana.

      Florence: Giuseppe Cocchini, 1666. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. Folio (370x250mm), [18], i-cclxix, [17] pp. Half-title, title printed in red and black with engraved alchemical device of the Academy, engraved portrait of Grand Duke Ferdinand II of Tuscany by Lotaringus after François Spierre, 75 full-page illustrations of experimental apparatus printed from 30 plates, engraved by Modiana possibly after Stefano della Bella, 30 engraved head- and tailpieces by V. Spada, large woodcut historiated initials, errata leaf and index. Preface and privilege each dated 1667. Very minor spotting, short marginal tears and old repair to gutter of half-title, dedicatory epistle lightly browned, very light marginal dampstain to final leaves. Uncut in contemorary flexible card wrappers, title in manuscript to spine (spine rubbed with small repair). Provenance: inscription to front pastedown. ---Dibner 82; Norman 485; Carli-Favaro 73 (305); Cinti 286 (146); Riccardi II 407. - FIRST EDITION, FIRST ISSUE, A VERY GOOD UNSOPHISTICATED COPY, COMPLETE WITH THE RARE PORTRAIT. "The Accademia del Cimento, active from 1657 to 1667, was the first organized scientific academy; the Saggi, a very beautiful and expensively produced work, was its only publication. Established under the patronage of the Grand Dukes Ferdinand I and Leopold of Tuscany, the Accademia was devoted to empirical observation and experimentation, and particularly to the development of the scientific ideas of Galileo. The ten members of the Accademia included some of the most illustrious scientists then in Italy: Vincenzo Viviani, the pupil of Galileo and Torricelli, Giovanni Borelli; Francesco Redi, and Niels Stensen [Steno]; Lorenzo Magalotti, who prepared the Saggi, served as secretary. The members were presided over by Duke Leopold, a talented amateur who devised some of the Accademia's most ingenious instruments and methods, and who provided it with the first well-equipped physical sciences laboratory in Europe. In spite of the short time of its existence, [the Accademia] achieved remarkable results, and exerted an enormous influence on the development of experimental physics all over Europe ... [The Saggi] contains the description of the first true thermometer (as opposed to Galileo's thermo-baroscope), which had its tube for the first time sealed and a graduated scale attached to it ... It describes the first true hygrometer, and an improved barometer, giving also classical experiments on air pressure, experiments on the velocity of sound, radiant heat, phosphorescence, and the first experiments showing the expansion of water in freezing. Of great importance were the experiments on the compressibility of water, discovering at the same time the porosity of silver, and the pendulum experiments, when the deviation of the pendulum from its true plane of oscillation was first discovered, which was afterwards used by Foucault to prove the earth's rotation' (Zeitlinger). "There are two issues of the first edition of the Saggi: the first with the imprint dated 1666, and the second dated a year later; a four-page dedication, addressed to Duke Ferdinand II, was added to the second issue. The portrait of Duke Leopold was added to only part of the edition, and is often lacking" (Norman Catalogue). In this copy, the portrait is likely from a large paper copy as it was trimmed to fit the size of the uncut pages. Fine.

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        Arsace, roi des Partes

      First edition, rare. Full Calf frozen time. Back tooled raised the grotesque. Central florets on the flats and in the spandrels. Top cap leveled. Lower cap torn off. Lower jaw open 10 cm. Guards restarted late nineteenth. 3cm tear on p. 3 Brown spots on the first pages. The third play of Le Royer de Prade was not the desire of the author to be printed, as evidenced by the preface of the publisher. This tragedy into poetry has long played in salons since 1650, and several sources have reported the esteem in which she was held, including Cornelius. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Chez Theodore Girard à Paris 1666 in-12 (8,5x15,6cm) (12) 82pp; (1) relié

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