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2012-06-18 15:25:27
PISANI, Octavius
Sulzbach, Lichtenthaler 1666.. 12°. 18 Bll., 1 (v. 3) gestoch. Portr., 168 S. Pgmt. d. Zt. mit Rückenschildchen. Kl. Fehlstelle am Tit. sauber restaur. Jöcher III, 1591; VD17 1:008696D - Mit Vortitel: "Der Italienische Lygurcus". Abraham Lichtenthaler erhielt 1664 die Erlaubnis für den Betrieb einer Druckerei. "Sein erster Druck ist aber wohl noch nicht von 1664, möglicherweise erst v. 1667" (Benzig, Die Buchducker des 16. u. 17. Jhdts. im deutschen Sprachgebiet 430). Es fehlen d. Portraits d. Erzherz. Sigismund Franz und Maria Hedwig Augusta.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag
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2012-06-02 09:12:56
Paris, vd. Woodcut Vignettes, engraved frontispieces and many folding plates. 44 vols. 4to. Contemporary calf, spines gilt (some general wear overall) and see below. Ex. Burnby Library. Woodcut Vignettes, engraved frontispieces and many folding plates. 44 vols. 4to. Together 44 volumes, 4to. Woodcut vignettes, engraved frontispieces in some volumes, numerous engraved plates, some folding. (Vol. I of Table lacking title-page.) The Académie des Sciences was founded in Paris in 1666 by Colbert as an informal gathering of scholars, who met twice-weekly in the King's library. In 1699, Louis XIV gave the Académie it's first rules as an official institution, renaming it the Académie Royale des Sciences. In this set, volumes I-VI of the 27 volumes of the Histoire are second editions, and volumes VIII-XXVIII are first editions. Volume VII (for the year 1707) is lacking. There is also the added volume : Jacques Cassinis's De la grandeur et de la figure de la terre. [In: Suite des memoires de l'Academie Royale des Sciences. Année M.DCCXVIII], with 5 maps and 10 plates. Brunet I, p. 27
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [U.S.A.]
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2012-06-01 20:39:50
DUMAS Alexandre
Non précisé - RO40158779: Env. 800 pages. Illustré de nombreuses gravures en noir et blanc dans le texte. Texte sur 2 colonnes. Auteur, titre, fleurons et filets dorés sur le dos. Bords des plats légèrement frottés. Impressions de Voyage, Quinze jours au Sinaï. Le Trou de l'enfer. Impressions de Voyage, De Paris à Cadix. L'Arabie heureuse, Souvenirs de voyages en Afrique et en Asie, par Hadji-Abd-El-Hamid Bey. Le Singe, ou La Famille de l'athée, 1666. La Guerre des femmes. Eugène Sue, Mathilde, Mémoire d'une jeune femme, Dessins par J.A. Beaucé, gravés par A. Lavielle. In-4 Relié demi-cuir. Bon état. Couv. convenable. Dos satisfaisant. Quelques rousseurs Classification Dewey : 840.08-XIX ème siècle [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Le-Livre
2012-05-28 15:38:12
Auda, Domenico, di Lantosca
Milano: Gioseffo Marelli, 1666. Boards. Good/Popular medical recipe book of home remedies (emetics, plasters, purges, antidiarrhea infusions, and so on), including tobacco soup for depression. Lizard blood mixed with tears, powdered coral and red clay makes a good clotting agent. There is also an essay on physiognomy (a slender neck signifies a penchant for betrayal), a chapter on mixing paints (!), a chapter on astrological traits, in short, a wide-ranging compendium of lore, some of it medicinal. The text first appeared in 1655, and was reprinted in succeeding decades with substantial alterations by several different printers.. 12mo (14 cm) [20], 346, [2] pages. Woodcut ornaments. Bound in contemporary vellum over boards, expertly rebacked. Well-thumbed text, foxed and dampstained. Owner's inscription on rear pastedown. References: Aboca Museum, 144; Thorndike VII, 595
Bookseller: Rodger Friedman Rare Book Studio
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2012-05-28 11:00:09
Goos, Pieter:
Amsterdam. 1666.. Copper engraving with period outline color. Sheet size: 17 3/4 x 22 1/8 inches. Very good. One of the finest and most beautiful 17th-century charts of the Northeast of America, from DE ZEE ATLAS OFTER WATER-WEERELD. The 17th century was the Golden Age of Dutch mapmaking. As the world's greatest trading nation, marine cartography was a particular specialty, and no one produced more lavish sea charts than Pieter Goos. Finely drawn and engraved, printed on top quality paper, and beautifully colored, they were intended more for the merchant collector than the practical mariner. Goos' ZEE- ATLAS was the companion marine atlas of choice for Joan Blaeu's famous terrestrial atlas, the ATLAS MAIOR. This is the general chart of New Netherland from the ZEE- ATLAS. It covers the Atlantic coast of America from Cape Cod to Cape Hatteras. The emphasis is on the Dutch colony of New Netherland. New Amsterdam (the future New York) is shown at the tip of Manhattan Island. Many other place names of Dutch origin appear, including "Staten Eylandt," "Lange Eylandt," and "Vlysingen" (Flushing). Along the Delaware River a number of Dutch settlements are shown, including Fort Casimir, Nassau, and Elsenburgh, as well as the Swedish Fort Christina. The Schuylkill River, site of the future metropolis of Philadelphia, is also located. In New England, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket are shown with their present names, and several early English settlements, such as "New Plymouth," are located. The delineation of the Chesapeake Bay is also quite good, with Jamestown locate … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
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2012-05-21 16:38:49
Napoli, per Novello de Bonis, ad istanza d'Adriano Scultore, 1666.. 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, 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, lacking 1 leaf of prelims, probably a blank as the Dedication and the Printer to the Reader are both complete; 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 art … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton
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2012-05-21 09:58:24
CHARLES II and ANNE, King and Queen of England and Scotland.]
- Small 4to, as described below; stitched with marbled paper spines but no covers. An interesting collection as follows: 1. ANTWOORT, VAN ZIJNE KONINGLIKE MAJESTEIT VAN GROOT BRITANNJEN. in date den 4. of 14. October 1666. op de Missive van de ho. mo. Heeren Staten Generaal der Vereenigden Nederlanden, in date de 16. September 1666. Over gezonden door den Trompetter Luz. Tot Rotterdam. Bij Joris Grootenhuise, 1666. Small 4to, pp. [8]; bound with a slight cropped copy of the Dutch version of the Treaty of Cleves, between the States General and the Bishop of Munster, 19 April 1666. 2. ARTICULEN VAN VREDE ENDE VERBONDT, tusschen den doorluchtighsten, grootmachtichsten Prins ende Heere, Heere Karel, de tweede van dien naem, Coningh van Groot Britannien, ter eenre; ende de Hoogh Magende Heeren Staten Generael der Vereentighde Nederlandtsche Provintien, ter andere zyde geslooten. In 'sGraven-Hage, by Hillebrandt van Wouw . Anno 1667. Small 4to, pp. [40]; stitched with contemporary marbled paper spine. 3. TRANSLAET UYT HET LATIJN. ARTICULEN VAN VREDE EN VERBONDT, tusschen den Doorluchtighsten, grootmachtighsten Prince ende Heere, Heere Karel, de tweede van dien naem . ter eenre: ende de Hoogh Mog: Heeren Staten Generael van Vereenighde Nederlandtsche Provincien, ter andere zyde gesloten. In 'sGraven-Hage, by Jacobus Scheltus . Anno 1674. Small 4to, pp. 19; stitched with contemporary marbled paper spine. 4. TRACTAET VAN VREDE, tusschen den alder-doorluchtighste en grootmachtigste Prince, Heere Carel de II. Koning van Groot-Brittannien, &c. ter eenre, ende de hoogh en mogende Heeren … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Christopher Edwards ABA ILAB [United Kingdom]
2012-05-14 21:38:18
Nieuhof, Johan:
Amsterdam. J. Mörs, 1666. 3 nn. Bll., 444 S., 6 nn. Bll. Mit 34 doppelblattgr. Kupfertafeln und 108 Textkupfern. 4°, Pergamentband der Zeit. Cordier 2346; vgl. Lipperheide Le 1; Kat. Nederl. Scheepvaart-Mus. 1, 499; Cox I, 325; Ebert 14807; Brunet IV, 77. - Der Bericht des in Uelzen geborenen Weltreisenden Neuhof war zu seiner Zeit ein Bestteller, der ein erstes zusammenfassendes Bild, nicht zuletzt dank der Kupferstiche, von China vermittelte. - 2 Tafeln mit Fehlstellen im weissen Rand, 1 Tafel mit hinterlegtem Einriss ausserhalb der Darstellung, Einband etwas fleckig, Schliessbänder fehlen. Versandkostenfreie Lieferung
Bookseller: Antiquariat Galerie Joy [Boppard, Germany]
2012-05-14 21:35:41
Nieuhoff, Johan:
Amsterdam. J. Mörs, 1666.. 3 nn. Bll., 444 S., 6 nn. Bll. Mit 34 doppelblattgr. Kupfertafeln und 108 Textkupfern. 4°, Pergamentband der Zeit. Cordier 2346; vgl. Lipperheide Le 1; Kat. Nederl. Scheepvaart-Mus. 1, 499; Cox I, 325; Ebert 14807; Brunet IV, 77. - Der Bericht des in Uelzen geborenen Weltreisenden Neuhof war zu seiner ein Beststeller, der ein erstes zusammenfassendes bild, nicht zuletzt dank der Kupferstiche, von China vermittelte. - 2 Tafeln mit Fehlstellen im weissen Rand, 1 Tafel mit hinterlegtem Einriss ausserhalb der Darstellung, Einband etwas fleckig, Schliessbänder fehlen.
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2012-05-11 19:01:09
Paris, Charles Savreux, 1666. 1 vol. in-12, maroquin noir, dos à nerfs avec titre doré, roulette dorée sur les coupes, roulette dorée intérieure, tranches dorées. Reliure de l'époque. (10) ff., 24 pp. (ajoutées : "L'Ordinaire de la Ste Messe), 435 pp., avec 1 fig. à pleine page (Ste Catherine de Gennes dessinée par Vallet gravée par Savreux). Les pp. 113 à 150 (Office des morts) sont reliées en tête (avant la p. 1). A partir de la p. 331 commence la 2nde partie intitulée Le Purgatoire de Sainte Catherine de Gennes, avec page de titre spéciale. Seconde édition, parue un an après l'originale. Claude de Sainte-Marthe, petit-fils du célèbre Scévole (1620-1690), succéda à Antoine Arnauld dans la direction des religieuses de Port-Royal de 1656 à 1679 (sauf de 1661 à 1669 à cause des persécutions). Ami intime de Pascal, celui-ci le voulut à son lit de mort en 1662. Ce traité de piété sur la mort chrétienne est écrit dans un style simple avec une volonté didactique et dans le but de montrer, à travers des textes forts, la vérité du Purgatoire. Il commence par l'Office de l'Eglise pour les morts (avec la traduction française) et la Messe pour le jour de la commémoration des morts. Viennent ensuite les traductions de quelques textes édifiants sur le sujet : Commentaire de S. Grégoire le Grand sur les neuf leçons de l'Office des Morts, Discours de S. Chrysostome, par lequel il exhorte les Chrestiens à ne point craindre la mort., Le Purgatoire de Sainte Catherine de Gennes, Sentimens de S. Bernard sur le Purgatoire, Traité de S. Cyprien de la Mortalité. Bel exemplaire en maroquin noir … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne J.-Marc Dechaud [CRISSAY SUR MANSE, -, France]
2012-05-08 09:19:08
Fraundorffer, Johann Georg.
Graz, Widmanstetter, 1666. 8°. Mit gest. Wappenfrontispiz (v. Johann Caspar Manasser nach J. Jovoda) u. einigen Holzschn.-Initialen u. -Vignetten. 4 Bll., 502 (recte 500) S., 8 Bll., Manuskript-Pgmt. d. Zt. Erstausgabe. - Fraundorffer war Kanonikus in Gurk, seine Widmung richtet sich an Wenzel Graf Thun, Bischof von Passau und Gurk, dessen Wappenkupfer dem Band vorangeht. - Einband berieben u. abgegriffen. Rücken fehlt. Innendeckel u. Titel m. zeitgen. Besitzeinträgen. Frontispiz seitlich knapp angeschnitten. Titel am Kopfsteg m. schmalem Ausschnitt ohne Textverlust. Etw. gebräunt u. tlw. schwach stockfleckig. Die letzten Bll. schwach wasserrandig. - Graff 557; VD17, 23:683709R (nur ein Exemplar); De Backer/S. VI, 1297, 3; Eichler, Kupferstecher 328. Versand D: 9,80 EUR Fraundorffer, Tractatus theologicus, de justitia, et jure, quem cum conclusionibus ex reliquis partibus theologiae, in Alma, et [...] Universitate Graecensi Societatis Jesu [...]. Praeside R. P. Georgio Püttner, Jesuiten, Graz, Widmanstetter
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2012-05-03 13:13:41
Aubery, Antoine:
Cologne, Pierre du Marteau [fingierte Verlagsadresse, wohl Elzevier in Amsterdam], 1666 & 1667. 2 vol. 22 nn. p., 644 S., 45 nn. p. (Register), 1 Kupferstichporträt / 3 Bll., 528 p. 12°, Pergament der Zeit, Rücken mit handschriftl. Titel. Zweite Ausgabe nach der Pariser Erstausgabe von 1660. - Einheitlich gebunden. Guter Zustand
Bookseller: Antiquariat Galerie Joy [DE]
2012-04-26 19:32:58
Vienna, 1666. Soft cover. Very Good. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. Folio [28.5 x 19.5 cm], (5) ff., including engraved frontispiece signed Melchior Küsell. (3) ff. of double-leaf folded plates also signed Küsell. Bound in patterned green wrappers. A fresh copy with excellent strikes of the plates. Very rare first and sole edition of the official festival program illustrating the firework display that marked the start of the month-long celebration of Leopold I's marriage to the Spanish Infanta Margaret Theresa, held in Vienna in the gardens of the Imperial Palace in December 1666. As the frontispiece and 3 double plates illustrate, and the accompanying text explains, the fireworks were arranged into an elaborate symbolic narrative, with fire representing the ardent love of the wedded pair, as well as the monarch's love for his subjects ("the Phoenix. consumes itself out of love for its people as the model of His Majesty"), their love for him ("ignit[ing] the flames of their most humble submission") etc. A re-creation of Mount Etna with the forge of Vulcan stands on one side, Mount Parnassus with the nine muses on the other, framing, in the foreground, two arches bearing hearts inscribed with the pair's initials, and set ablaze by the god of marriage. In our experience, firework displays accompanied by human figures forming tableaux are unusual. The text provides not only a very detailed description of each different kind of firework-including 'star fireworks', 'fire pumps', 'star grenades', and 'rockets'-but also describes the display in such a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Martayan Lan, Inc. [U.S.A.]
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2012-04-25 10:23:02
Lepautre, Jean.
(Paris), (Jean I) Leblond, (no date, before 1666). Complete untitled series of 6 fine etched plates. ca. 21,5 x 13,6 cm on leaves of ca. 28,5 x 20,8 cm.*I.F.F. XVII, 12, Nos. 2003 - 2008. Fuhring Nos. 9502 - 9504 (only 3 plates). First edition of this series of elaborate baroque designs for altars and retables, etched in the first manner of Lepautre. Two of the altars are in the shape of a triumphal arch; one altar is placed under a baldachin supported by four twisted Corinthian columns, set on a landing, accessed via a horseshoe-shaped stairway; richly decorated with paintings, vases, garlands, statues. Invented and etched by the famous French architect and ornament designer Jean Lepautre (Paris 1618 - 1682). - Piece of somewhat soiled blank paper pasted on top of blank margin of all leaves; occasionally blank margins very lightly thumbed. Ample margins.[(4439)] [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Ludwig Rosenthal's Antiquariaat [Leidschendam, Netherlands]
2012-04-23 07:46:38
Charles de Rochefort
J.M. for Thomas Dring and John Starkey, London, 1666. First Edition. Hardcover (rebound in leather). Good Condition. A translation of Rochefort's Histoire naturelle et morale des iles Antilles de l’Amerique. Small folio rebound in recent 1/4 leather over green cloth. Browned with a persistent dampstain throughout and occasional light staining from mold, but legible and complete; title page repaired at edges, verso of title is 1665 license to print. 9 plates with 52 illustrations, mostly of natural history, but with 3 illustrations of costume and one of a native canoeing. Two lovely illustrations of "sea unicorns" one a narwhal, one a fish with a unicorn head. (6), 351, (14) - lacking the last page of the table of contents at the rear, but with the complete 10 page "Caribbian Vocabulary" a translation of "Le vocabulaire caraibe" by Raymond Breton.. Lacking any blanks. Valuable and interesting observations on flora, fauna and the native population. An extended piece on diet includes details on cassava bread making, the extraction of sugar from sugar cane, and an unusually positive review of the potato (still over a century away from acceptance in Europe) in its many colors. Wing R1740, Sabin, 72322, Bibliotheca Americana 2608, Field (An Essay Towards an Indian Bibliography) notes "This book is an example of the most unblushing effrontery. The pseudo author assumes the credit of the performance with but the faintest allusion to its previous existence. It is a nearly faithful translation of Rochefort’s Histoire des Antilles." Size: Folio. Text is clean and unm … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pazzo Books
2012-04-12 19:33:51
HUISSEAU (Isaac d’)
, Genève / Saumur, René Pean & Jean Lesnier 1666, petit in-4, pl. parchemin de l'époque, couv. muette, (plats tachés, parchemin usé aux coupes et aux coins, petits manques sur les 5 premiers f. n'affectant pas le texte); on y joint des notes et correspondances d'un précédent propriétaire, 34-245p.-(1 f.).
Bookseller: La Memoire du Droit [PARIS, France]
2012-04-12 15:30:49
GHILINI, Girolamo
In Milano, nella Stamperia Gioseffo Marelli al Segno della Fortuna, 1666. In folio (cm. 33); legatura coeva in piena pelle con piccole mancanze. Bella copia, tagli rossi. Pp. (42), 340. Testo su due colonne. Sguardie colorate. Ex libris al frontespizio del napoleonico "Ettienne della Valle" con bandierina a strisce orizzontali bianco rosso e verde in seta. Axs
2012-04-12 05:53:56
GHILINI Girolamo.
Marelli, Milano, 1666. in folio, pp. (42), 340, bella leg. settecentesca p. perg. con tass. e tit. oro al d. Tagli spruzzati. Frontesp. con marca xilogr. Capilett. inc. e testo su due colonne. Dedicatoria a G. B. Dal Pozzo. Ediz. orig. Lozzi 36 (nota) cita questa del Ghilini come opera importante. Manno II, 7962. Platneriana 36. Esempl. a larghi margini in ottimo stato di conservazione. [013]
Bookseller: SCRIPTORIUM Studio Bibliografico [Mantova, MN, Italy]
2012-04-03 22:14:33
London: T[] R[] impensis Joh. Martyn ... , 1666. First edition edited by Nicolaus Mercator. 12mo. Engraved additional title page by William Faithorne, and 12 engraved geometric plates. [8], 136 pp. A-F12. Contemporary calf, recased, preserving original front endpapers with early gift inscription; rebacked with tan polished calf, red leather spine label. Rear free endpaper missing, covers a bit scuffed, text and plates quite clean and fresh. New Wing E3391 . The First edition of the Euclid to be edited by the great mathematician and astronomer, NICOLAUS MERCATOR (ca. 1619 - 1687), published in the same year as his election as a fellow of the Royal Society. Mercator's (not to be confused with the map-maker Gerhardus Mercator) contributions to astronomy were numerous and important, and his first book during his thirty year sojourn in England was HYPOTHESIS ASTRONOMICA NOVA (1664). Isaac Newton used Mercator's astronomical works "to fill gaps in his rather shaky knowledge of planetary and lunar theory ... [but] Mercator is remembered above all as a mathematician ... " - DSB. The publication of Mercator's small book LOGORITHMOTECHNIA in the year following his Euclid, is regarding as his most important achievement. His anonymously edited Euclid was published a second time by Martyn in 1678 -- but this First edition is very scarce: ABPC reports no copy at auction in the last 35 years
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2012-04-03 20:21:49
Scultetus, Johannes
. Frankfurt, Joh. Gerlins Witwe, 1666, Kl.4°, ( 6 pp.), 263 pp. + 238 pp., (1 Bl.), 56 Kupferstichtafeln mit 425 Fig. mit zahllosen Abbildungen, im Pergamenteinband der Zeit; feines Exemplar!. SEHR SELTENE ERSTE DEUTSCHE AUSGABE! - EIN 330 JAHRE ALTES "BILDERBUCH" DER CHIRURGIE - MIT HUNDERTEN VON ABBILDUNGEN AUF 56 KUPFERTAFELN - Johann Scultetus (1595-1645). Die schönste und umfangreichste Ikonographie der Chirurgie des 17. Jahrhunderts. Ein seinerzeit hochberühmtes Werk, prachtvoll gedruckt und ausgestattet in der sehr seltenen ersten deutschen Ausgabe. - Johann Schultes, Stadtphysikus in Venedig und Ulm, gehörte neben Albucasis und Pare zu den größten Illustratoren der Chirurgie. Ideenreichtum und Wagemut sprechen aus seinen operativen Darstellungen. Scultetus zeigt das ganze, umfangreiche chirurgische Instrumentarium jener Tage. - - Für die Neurochirurgie ist dieses Werk von besonderer Bedeutung durch seine ausführlichen Beschreibungen und Abbildungen der Operationen der Schädelverletzungen, Anlegung von Fontanellen und Trepanationen. - In 31 eindrucksvollen detaillierten figürlichen Darstellungen werden die wagemutigen Kopfoperationen seiner Zeit dargestellt mit den dazu gehörigen Instrumenten. - "Man könnte dem Verfaser des "Armamentarium Chirurgicum" nicht gerecht werden ohne nähere Betrachtung der Umstände, unter denen gerade der Chirurg jener Stunde im Stand sein mußte, wirklich zu helfen: In der Diagnostik fehlte jedes noch heute selbstverständliche technische Hilfsmittel. Der Arzt war allein auf seine Erfahrung, seine Beobachtungsgabe und seine Kombinationsfähig … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat für Medizin - Fritz-Dieter S
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2012-02-28 17:23:37
HECKERI, Johannis.
Imp. Simeonis Piget. Paris, 1666. . 23 cm. [512] pág, Sig. a-d4, A-Z4, AA-ZZ4, 3A-304. Profus. ilustr. con tablas y diagramas. Enc. pergamino de época.
Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Farré [Barcelona, Spain]
2012-02-26 16:28:18
Elsholtz Johann Sigismund
. . VD17 3:303673C - Güntz I, 163 - Pritzel 2672.- Dritte vermehrte und verbesserte Ausgabe des 1666 erstmals veröffentlichten Gartenbuches, verfasst vom Leibarzt und Botanicus des Großen Kurfürsten. "Hat als erster die Gartenpflanzen botanisch bestimmt, und übertrifft Le Gendre und Rhagor an Vollständigkeit. Mit Recht Vater der deutschen Gärtner genannt,... Bestes Gartenbuch des 17. Jh." (Wimmer 109).- Es fehlt das Frontispiz; Titel mit hs. Besitzvermerk, Innendeckel mit Exlibris, etw. gebräunt od. braunfleckig, Ebd. tls. gebräunt.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller
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2012-01-23 17:41:15
Anonimo. Gregorio Letí. 1630-1701. Seudonimo De Giulio Capocoda.
- Traduit de l' italien par M. B. E. Leyde. Chez (Imp.) Henry & Pierre de Lorme. 1666. 1 ª edic. en Frances. 68 págs. resto de sello. Plena piel época, nervios, tejuelo, lomo y cantos cuajados de hierros, cortes tintados. Encuadernado junto a : Capocoda. Giulio. LES AMOURS DE CHARLES DE GONZAGUE, DUC DE MANTOUË, & DE MARGUERITE, CMTESSE DE ROVERE. 1666. 1 ª edic. en Frances. Sin lugar, ni imprenta, emblema en cubierta, 13x7.5 cm. 256 págs. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Torreón de Rueda
2011-12-04 10:55:18
Capocoda. Giulio
1666. 1 ª edición en Frances. Sin lugar, ni imprenta, emblema en cubierta, 13x7.5 cm. 256 págs. encuadernado junto a: Anónimo ( Gregorio Letí. 1630-1701 ) Seudonimo de Giulio Capocoda.- ROME PLEURANTE, OU LES ENTRETIENS DU TIBRE ET DE ROME. -Traduit de l' italien par M. B. E. Leyde. Chez (Imp.) Henry & Pierre de Lorme. 1666. 1 ª edic. en Frances. 68 págs. resto de sello. Plena piel época, nervios, tejuelo, lomo y cantos cuajados de hierros, cortes tintados. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Torreón de Rueda [Segovia, Spain]
2011-12-03 15:18:51
WIT, Frederick de
Amsterdam., 1666. Copper engraving. Original colour. Good condition, good margins, lower 7cm of centerfold has split, no loss, some light offsetting. Size: 55 x 47 cm. Although this detailed map is titled 'Belgium', it roughly corresponds to modern day Holland. Map extends as far south as Ghent. Splendid decorated cartouche with title on drape with coat of arms above, surrounded by angels and cherubs. Wonderfully coloured.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington
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2011-10-16 15:39:38
London: Henry Mortloock, 1666. Book. Fair. Hardcover. 8 x 5. TITLE: ORIGINES SACRAE OF CHRISTIAN FAITH 1666 AUTHOR: EDWARD STILLINGFLEET B.D. PUBLISHER - (LOCATION) /COPYRIGHT: Henry Mortloock, London 1666 EDITION: Reprint edition with 'The Third Edition Corrected and Amended' on the title page CATEGORY: Religious, Rare ---NOT SIGNED--- BINDING/COVER: Hardback without dust jacket CONDITION: (All defects if any are formulated into pricing by ViewFair Books Books. If ViewFair Books miss any defects or highlights on any book/printings, our policy is to make immediate amends to any customer): The outside and inside are in a little rough condition. The boards have cracking along the edges, cracking at the hinges, front board a little weak at the hinge. The inside of the book is somewhat dark but very very readable. The front endpaper appears to be missing, but may be stuck to the paste down on the inside front board. There are some very very old style math notations on the back of the last page. Book is without any other marks or writings, pages are darky clean, and book is fairly tight and sturdy. Book has a old smell. Book is complete to the finish. SIZE: 5 ½ x 8 ½ (approximately) PAGES: 619 pages Extra pictures located at the following: ViewFair Books/store/catalog/004263-2.jpg BACKGROUND/DESCRIPTION: The Third Edition Corrected and Amended. Henry Mortloock, London 1666. Fair (plus book for its age) / None dust jacket as issued. ORIGINES SACRAE OR A RATIONAL ACCOUNT OF THE GROUNDS OF CHRISTIAN FAITH, AS TO THE TRUTH AND DIVINE AUT … [Click Below for Full Description]
2011-10-14 06:17:32
Ralegh Sir Walter
London: Printed for Robert White, John Place and George Dawes, 1666. 1141+ pp. Folio. Contemporary calf. 8 engraved maps and plates. Frontispiece displaying various masonic or cabalistic symbols, portrait preceding title page. Folding plates are in very good condition, tears to some. Leather worn and stained, bumping to corners w/ board exposure, front cover detached but included, large damp stain to rear cover w/ white paper stuck to it. Raised bands to spine, bumping to spine ends, chipping and cracking to leather, 5" crack starting at head. Front cover detached but present. Gift inscription to ffep. Browning to textblock, browning to page edges. Soiling to some pages, chipping and wear to edges of some pages. Top corner of ffep clipped. "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 Alexander Successors in the East, untill the Roman (prevailing over all) made Conquest of Asia and Macedon.". Good. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Cellar Stories Bookstore [Providence, RI, U.S.A.]
2011-08-23 18:46:43
PIAMONTE, Nicolás de
- 1666 1h+246 p.+ 5h. (14 cm) Enc. pergamino original. Fatigado. FALTA LA PORTADA. Algo corto de márgenes. F (Ref.13058) historia medieval francos carolingios
2011-08-03 00:00:00
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd.
2011-06-20 12:30:06
Bauhin,Hieronymus; Eglinger, Nicolaus
Basileae: Proelo Joh. Jac. Deckeri, 1666, Kl.4°, (16 pp.), Pappband. Theses medicas de peste / . directore Hieronymo Bauhino publice propugnandas ad diem . Aprilis An. M DC LXVI . exponit Nicolaus Eglinger Basil. Hieronymus Bauhinus "Joh. Caspari Bauhini dritter Sohn, geboren 1637 den 26. Febr. Trat in die Fußstapfen seiner Vorfahren, und bekam, nach erhaltenem Doctorat und vollbrachter Reise durch Frankreich und Italien, 1660 die Profeßionem Anatomices und Botanices, und An. 1664 die Profeßionem theroeticam Medicinä zu Basel, in welchem Jahr er auch des Tabernämontani Kräuter-Buch, welches schon von seinem Groß-Vater Casparo verbessert worden, von neuem übersehen und vermehret herausgegeben. Er ward nach dem Tode seines Vaters Medicus ordinarius bey Ludovico XIV, Könige in Frankreich, starb An. 1667 und hinterließ 1) Johannem Casparum, welcher An. 1665 geboren worden, und 1705 den 19. Mart. als würtembergischer Leib-Medicus und Land-Physicus zu Mümpelgard gestorben; und 2) Johannem Ludovicum, welcher als Licentiatus Juris zu Basel die Stelle eines Ratsherrn und andere ansehnliche Ehren-Aemter bekleidet." Jöcher I (1750) §Das Verzeichnis der Schrifen, welche diese große Männer der gelehrten Welt schenkten, befindet sich in den "Athenis Rauricis" sehr vollständig, S.295. 185. 186. 182. 220 und im Anhang S. 9" Leonard Meister: Helvetiens berühmte Männer, 1799 Husner: Verzeichnis bas. med. Univ.Schriften, Nr. 1122 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiq. F.-D. Söhn - Medicusbooks.Com [Marburg, Germany]
2011-03-03 00:48:43
Cantabrigiæ: excudit Ioannes Field, 1666. 4to, pp. [72], 431; inserted engraved vignette title-p.; parallel text in Greek and Latin; 2 short tears in fore-edge of title-p. (not touching any letterpress), worm track (occasionally touching letters) in first 60 leaves; stains on G2-G4; lacking the portrait of Charles II; contemporary calf-backed marbled boards, red morocco label on spine; minor rubbing and wear, small cracks starting at the extremities of the joints, else generally a very good copy. Paraphrase in Homeric language and verse, and its translation in Latin prose, on opposite pages, with a prefatory treatise on the ancient versions of the Old Testament. Translated by Jacob Duport. "Immediately after the Restoration he was made one of the king's chaplains, and reinstated in the possession of his prebend at Lincoln, but not of the archdeaconry of Stow, as he preferred holding his fellowship and vice-mastership in Trinity College. Widdrington was now dispossessed of the Greek professorship and Duport restored to it, but he resigned the chair the same year in favour of his pupil, Isaac Barrow. On 19 July 1660 he was by royal mandate, with many other learned divines, created D.D. at Cambridge (Kennett, p. 251). He was installed dean of Peterborough 27 July 1664. In 1668, on the death of Dr. John Howorth, master of Magdalene College, Duport was recalled to Cambridge and appointed by James, earl of Suffolk, possessor of Audley End, to fill the vacant headship. In the following year Duport was elected vice-chancellor of the university...Bishop Monk says that Duport 'appear … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB) [St. Paul, MN, U.S.A.]
2011-01-23 13:47:52
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. // Small-4to. 4 nn. ll., 121 pp., 7 nn. ll., with 2 (1 heraldic) engravings. New boards. First and only edition, very rare. - Text pages each in the form of a chronogram and set normally on the opposite page. - According to Sommervogel, the Jesuit priest Grumsel (1613-1678) published two more very rare titles with chronograms. - The plates are showing a reliquary for Franz Xaver in Mecheln and probably the coat of arms of Andreas Cruesen, who was archbishop in Mecheln from 1657-1666. - the engraving of the coat of arms uneven bound, thus somewhat trimmed, old ownership entry on title, ex-libris on inside cover. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Tresor am Roemer [Frankfurt, Germany]
2010-10-02 15:23:27
Bartholin, Thomas
The Hague: Adrian Vlacq, 1666. Bartholin, Thomas (1616-80). Anatomia, ex Caspari Bartholini parentis institutionibus . . . reformata. . . . 8vo. [16], 594 [14]pp. 8 fold. engraved plates and numerous engraved text illustrations, including a portrait of Bartholin. The Hague: Adrian Vlacq, 1666. 208 x 117 mm. 19th century quarter sheep, gilt spine, a bit rubbed. Light browning, occasional foxing, ownership signature crossed out on title. Very good copy. Early edition of Thomas Bartholin's revision of his father's classic Anatomicae institutiones (1611). Bartholin began his influential series of revisions in 1641, bringing his father's text up to date in view of the discoveries of Harvey and other contemporaries, and presenting his own important anatomical findings. The first edition of 1641 included the earliest depiction of the fissure of Sylvius, and the present edition includes Bartholin's discovery of the thoracic duct (G-M 1096) and his analysis of the lymphatic system (G-M 1097), first published in 1652-53. Krivatsy 778.
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2010-09-28 02:12:25
Neitzschitz Georg Christoph v.
VD 17 39:129491T - Tobler 102 (unter Jäger) - Gay 269 - Graesse IV, 656 - vgl. Ibrahim-Hilmy II, 62.- Etwa 5. Ausgabe (ertsmals 1666) dieser seltenen, auf Neitzschitz' Tagebuch beruhenden "gelehrten Reise", die eigentlich eine Beschreibung seiner beiden Reisen in die Levante in den Jahren 1630-37 enthält. Seine hier beschriebene Reise nach Konstantinopel unternahm er im Gefolge der kaiserl. Gesandtschaft unter der Führung des Grafen Buchheim. Enth. auch eine Beschreibung des Berges Sinai.- Mit einer Weltkarte (Shirley 440), einer Karte des türkischen Reiches, einer gef. Ansicht v. Jerusalem sowie Darstellungen zu Zoologie, Botanik, Sitten u. Gebräche.- Titel mit kl. hinterlegt. Auschnitt, gebräunt, 2 halbs. Kupfer auf 1 Bl., Jerusalem mit alt hinterlegt. Einrissen, Ebd. etw. berieben.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller [Salzburg, Austria]
2010-09-20 16:34:58
Used [Publisher: NN] 1666
2010-04-27 12:02:52
Nurnberg, 1666. * Houzeau & Lancaster 3039; Zimmer 5089 (1628 Strasbourg ed.); Poggendorff 1984. Warner, The Sky Explored, pp. 104-5.. Extremely rare German edition (a Latin edition was published the same year) of Sturm's enlargement of Habrecht's famous treatise on the making of celestial and terrestrial globes, published in 1628. The Habrecht family of clock and instrument makers were famous throughout Europe from the last quarter of the sixteenth century to the end of the seventeenth century. The author's father (also called Isaac) was responsible for making the monumental second Strasbourg clock which was one of the mechanical wonders of its time on the Continent. Isaac Habrecht (1589-1633) was a Strasbourg physician, mathematician and maker of globes. He was much influenced by Blaeu and Hondius, and his globes were highly regarded. J. C. Sturm was Habrecht's student and a scientist of vision. He organized the first scientific academy in Germany, the “Collegium Curiosum sive Experimentale” at Altdorf in 1672, and introduced the first course in experimental physics in a German university. In 1666, he undertook the task of augmenting Habrecht's original text and adding a number of folding plates. The plates include two handsome polar projections of the world, two polar stereographic celestial charts of the northern and southern constellations and ten folded engravings showing the various parts of his planiglobiums.The fourteen folded engravings, superbly executed by Jacob von der Heyden, were probably intended to be mounted and assembled to form several instruments, eac … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Martayan Lan [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2010-04-11 00:56:52
Pepys, Samuel And Henry B Wheatley
George Bell. 22 x 15cm. lxvii + 4948pp + 39 illustrations and 3 pedigrees. Gilt titling and gilt decoration on spines. Mild and infrequent foxing mainly picked up by the flimsies. The first eight volumes consist of the diary. The other two volumes are the index and Pepysiana. The diaries range from tittle tattle about Pepys' wife and mistresses and others of his contemporaries to the very astute observations of events in 17th century England such as the fire of London im 1666. The diaries also offer an insight into his work as First Secretary of the Admiralty and President of the Royal Society. Very Good. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Ray Hennessey Bookseller [United Kingdom]
2010-04-01 07:43:19
Klobius, J.
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. 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]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Schierenberg [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2010-03-25 12:24:17
A Saumur: chez Jean Lesnier., 1666. Fine. chez Jean Lesnier., A Saumur 1666, in 12 (9x15,5cm), (30) (1f.bc) 231pp. (2)., relié. - First Edition. Rare. Absent the BN of France and the French catalogs. A copy in the British Library, but nothing in the English catalogs. Thumbnail of the printer on the title page. Absent Brunet and QuÚrard. Graesse V, 323. Sheepskin Full Brown used the early nineteenth century. Back to nerves Jansenist. Split bits. Flush caps. Rubbed together. One of the first translations of the first Alcibiades. Estimated translation, more faithful and elegant in style, the scholar Tannegui Lefèvre (1615-1672). Notes in the margins of the translation and endnotes, added remarks. This dialogue aims to politics, Alcibiades was an Athenian politician and a general. He has 20 years in the dialogue and it is already consumed with ambition. In the First Alcibiades, Socrates attempts to show how his young interlocutor is not yet ripe to address the policy, since it is necessary to know yourself before you can command others with justice. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Rare. Absent à la BN de France et dans les catalogues français. Un exemplaire à la British Library, mais rien dans les catalogues anglais. Vignette de l'imprimeur sur la page de titre. Absent à Brunet et à Quérard. Graesse V, 323. Reliure en pleine basane brune usagée du début du XIXe. Dos à nerfs Janséniste. Mors fendus. Coiffes arasées. Ens … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-03-13 18:26:07
Tillotson, John and Edward Stillingfleet.
London, UK.: A. Maxwell and Sa. Gellibrand, 1666. London, UK.: A. Maxwell and Sa. Gellibrand. Very Good. 1666. Hardcover. 12mo - 18 x 10.5 cm.; (8) - 333 - (5) - 116 - (12) pp. Mottled brown full calf over boards with a six panel spine. Intricate gilt filligree work on the spine panels with no external lettering. Tillotson's "The Rule of Faith" is the first paginated section proceeded by a two page 'note' to Stillingfleet complimenting him on his work and explaining the need for his (Tillotson's) contribution and followed by a page of errata. This in turn is followed by Stillingfleet's work "A Reply to Mr. I. S his 3rd Appendix, Containing some Animadversions on the Book Entituled - A Rational Account of the Grounds of Protestant Religion." Following this is a six page postscript by Stillingfleet and then two pages of advertisements for other books sold by Henry Mortlock in St. Paul's Church-yard. Previous owner's name on the front paste down end paper, the front free end paper is almost detached with an inked note on the fore edge margin (not recent). Another previous owner's name is on the back free end paper and again not recent. The text is clean with very random and few pencil marginalia neatly done by the most recent owner in the first 45 pages. The foxing is minimal and confined to the surface of the text block edges which themselves are quite darkened as expected. The trimming of the text block when it was bound has left quite ample tail and fore margins yet the head margin is a tad tight with no loss of text though. The externals show rubbed co … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pilgrim Reader Books - IOBA [Combermere, ON, Canada]
2009-10-19 16:22:35
Amsterdam: Jansson, J., 1666. unbound. very good. Map. Uncolored engraving. Image measures 15.25" x 19.5". Map of three of the West Frisian Islands, Vlieland, Terschelling and Ameland, as well as part of Friesland. Shows rail lines, post roads and major churches. Latin text on back. Minor staining along top margin, some wear to lower corners. Jan Jansson was part of an influential family of map publishers from the Netherlands throughout the 17th century and beyond. They were based in Arnhem then in Amsterdam. They were printers, publishers and booksellers. Major publications were under the joint ownership of the Jansson heirs and their printing empire. This is a beautiful example of his work.
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2009-10-13 03:00:48
Cantabrigi�: excudit Ioannes Field, 1666. Cantabrigiæ: excudit Ioannes Field, 1666. 4to, pp. [72], 431; inserted engraved vignette title-p.; parallel text in Greek and Latin; 2 short tears in fore-edge of title-p. (not touching any letterpress), worm track (occasionally touching letters) in first 60 leaves; stains on G2-G4; lacking the portrait of Charles II; contemporary calf-backed marbled boards, red morocco label on spine; minor rubbing and wear, small cracks starting at the extremities of the joints, else generally a very good copy. Paraphrase in Homeric language and verse, and its translation in Latin prose, on opposite pages, with a prefatory treatise on the ancient versions of the Old Testament. Translated by Jacob Duport. "Immediately after the Restoration he was made one of the king's chaplains, and reinstated in the possession of his prebend at Lincoln, but not of the archdeaconry of Stow, as he preferred holding his fellowship and vice-mastership in Trinity College. Widdrington was now dispossessed of the Greek professorship and Duport restored to it, but he resigned the chair the same year in favour of his pupil, Isaac Barrow. On 19 July 1660 he was by royal mandate, with many other learned divines, created D.D. at Cambridge (Kennett, p. 251). He was installed dean of Peterborough 27 July 1664. In 1668, on the death of Dr. John Howorth, master of Magdalene College, Duport was recalled to Cambridge and appointed by James, earl of Suffolk, possessor of Audley End, to fill the vacant headship. In the following year Duport was elected vice-chancellor of the unive … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [U.S.A.]
2009-10-02 10:47:12
Uppsala, Henricus Curio, 1666. 8:o. (8),+ 192, 195-406,+ (4) s. Två träsnittsillustrationer i texten. Delvis med hoppande pagineringsföljd. Titelbladet fläckigt med små hål. Brännmärke i främre snittet och en bit in på pappret mot slutet. Hfrbd från 1700-talet, nött rygg med svart etikett och upphöjda bind. Lars Joh. Palmbergs namnteckning på titelbladet och med Gabriel Marklins stämpel. Förord och errata bundna i slutet. Collijn sp. 831. Fant 23. Lindroth II, s. 311f. Warmholtz 348. Med en hyllningshexameter av Loccenius. Ett av de första svenska konsekvent genomförda topografisk-antikvariska undersökningarna. Uppsala var dock ett känsligt ämne, inte minst mot bakgrund av Rudbecks snart publicerade Atlantica, och Schefferus arbete om Uppsala utgör startpunkten för den stora fejden mellan honom själv på ena sidan och Olof Verelius (och i bakgrunden Olof Rudbeck) på den andra om Uppsalas ålder och läge. Det gamla hednatemplet låg, påstod här Schefferus och stödde sig på bl.a. Ericus Olai, inte vid Gamla Uppsala utan inom den nuvarande staden Uppsala, och speciellt gammalt vad det inte heller, inte äldre än något före Kristi födelse
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet
2009-08-20 09:38:18
Mansi, Giuseppe
Köln, Busäus 1666. 22 cm. 4 Bände in 1. (16), 376 (irrig 386), (36); (8), 336 (irrig 434), (28); (8), 360, (32); (8), 439, (25) Seiten mit 4 (wiederholten) Druckermarken. Pergamentband der Zeit mit Bindebändern - Heitjan, Gymnich Nr. 185 - VD17 2:105746R - In Band 1 springt die Paginierung von 300 auf 311; in Band 2 Seiten 63/64 doppelt paginiert, Paginierung springt von 99 auf 200. Jeder Band mit einem Sachregister und Verzeichnis der Bibelstellen. Gutes Exemplar; Provenienz: ehemaliges Dominikaner-Kloster Osnabrück, auf Titel Besitzeintrag: "Ad usum F. Raymundi Petri Ord. Praed. Conventy Osnabrug. filij Ao 1686"; Raymunduns Petri war Prior des Dominikaner-Klosters Osnabrück von 1679 bis 1686, siehe Beckschäfer: Gesch. des Dominikaner Klosters zum Hl. Kreuz in Osnabrück. In: OM 37 / 1912 Seiten 106 Nr. 47. - Sprache / Language: Lateinisch / Latin -
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2009-08-01 21:09:07
Uppsala, Henricus Curio, 1666. (12) + 192 + 195-406 p. (P 193-194 not missing, erroneous pagination). Two woodcuts in the text and two vignettes. Contemporary full vellum. 15,5 X 9,5 cm. Old signature on title-page (Andreas Lydingk? 1669). Annotations in the margin from the 17th century. Fine interior
Bookseller: Antikvariat Röda Rummet AB
2009-07-07 05:41:38
Amsterdam, 1666. Map. 39 x 50.5 cms. Original colour. Spanish text to verso - from one of the Spanish text editions of 1653, 1656 or 1666. A couple of minor spots and a split at the foot of the centrefold affecting 3 cms of the printed area.
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2009-04-02 08:49:39
Kupferstich von Johann Schweizer (Schweitzer) aus Johann Tacke "Unverweslicher Ceder-Baum" um 1666. 38.5x25 cm. - Thieme / Becker XXX, 378 - Nicht bei Schefold. Unter der Darstellung ein 14zeiliges Sonett in zwei Spalten von Johann Tacke. Johann Tacke (1617 - 1676) war Professor für Medizin und Philosophie an der Universität Gießen und Leibarzt am hessen-darmstädtischen Hof.
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2009-03-17 02:18:08
DONCKER, Hendrik (1625/26-1699).
Amsterdam: Henrick Doncker, 1666 [but 1663/4]. Folio (20 2/8 x 13 2/8 inches). Index listing 20 charts. Engraved title-page, exceptionally fine double-page engraved world map "Nova Totius Terrarum Orbis Tabula…" by De Wit with an elaborate allegorical border in full contemporary hand-colour and the hemispheres with contemporary hand-colour in outline, and 27 fine double-paged charts with contemporary hand-colouring in outline, occasionally HEIGHTENED IN GOLD, all mounted on guards (some light browning, occasional minor spotting and a few pale stains). Original publisher's Dutch vellum, each cover gilt decorated in panels with an elaborate central arabesque, the smooth spine decorated in gilt in six compartments with five gilt Tudor roses, all gilt edges. Provenance: Christopher Henry Beaumont Pease, Lord Wardington (1924-2005), Library of Important Atlases and Geographies, his sale Sothebys' 18th October 2005, lot 141. First published in 1659, this is an early and intermediate state of Doncker's magnificent and celebrated Sea-Atlas: twenty of the superb sea charts are from Koeman's Don 2, the earliest example of the Zee-Atlas collated by Koeman and dated to 1660. The pair of charts of the Indian Ocean have engraved titles. Six additional charts, which were originally published in 1660, are dated 1661 (Don 3). Koeman's chart 9 "Pas-Caart van de Middelandsche Zee" has been replaced by the pair of charts of the Mediterranean introduced in 1664 edition (Don 7). A bookseller in Amsterdam from the age of 22, Doncker ran an extremely successful business for more than fif … [Click Below for Full Description]
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