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2014-01-19 18:20:06
M.F. GREGORIO DE ARGAIZ'
'Melchor Alegre' '1668', 'Madrid' - 'frontis=12h= 368 pags =7h' 'papel oscurecido, 2 hojas restauradas' [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Libreria Laia
2014-01-10 03:13:39
AMERICANA, NEW YORK.:
Amsterdam, Jacques Benjamin, 1668.. a Breda en l'an 1667. Avec une introduction preliminaire, contenant l'exile & la restitution du present roy d'Angleterre &c. FIRST FRENCH EDITION 1668. Small 4to, approximately 180 x 135 mm, 7 x 5½ inches, large engraved illustration on title page, 8 engraved illustrations in the text (just over half page each), pages: 241, (2), bound in full antique calf, gilt ruled border to covers, raised bands, gilt rules and gilt lettering to spine, edges speckled red, marbled endpapers. Spine rubbed with wear to gilt, head of spine worn with tiny chip at top of upper hinge, 2 tiny holes at tail of lower hinge, covers slightly rubbed, tiny chip to leather on upper cover, corners slightly worn, armorial bookplate on front pastedown, pale red ink number in top corner of title page, small closed tear from 1 inner margin into text, no loss, couple of small ink letters in 1 margin, tiny chip to fore-edge margin of 4 pages, some show-through from the illustrations to the text on reverse. Binding tight and firm. A good clean copy. First published in Dutch in 1667, there was no English edition. "This work may be considered as the most complete and authentic contemporary account of the war between Holland and England, the consequence of which was the final loss of New-Netherland, by the peace of Breda, 1667". Sabin, 38246, 38247 (Dutch editions). Pages 22-25 describe briefly the capture of New Amsterdam and set out the terms of the surrender of the province to the English. On page 36 the province is referred to as "le Nouveau Jorck", this book bei … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-01-03 10:32:32
HEVELIUS, Johannes
Fine engraved frontis., head- & tailpieces, 38 engraved plates (four of which are folding), & 71 engravings in the text. 20 p.l. (incl. frontis. & blank leaf), 913, [45] pp., one leaf of errata. Folio, fine cont. smooth vellum over boards. Danzig: Auctoris Typis, & Sumptibus, 1668. First edition and a fine copy of another of Hevelius's most important books. "After nearly 15 years, the Cometographia was published as a series of books or chapters. The first chapter presented observational data on the comet of 1652. One of the more interesting observations was the comet's expansion in size as it receded from perihelion. Later, Isaac Newton would have trouble trying to explain a similar phenomenon observed in the comet of 1680. The second and third chapters were devoted to arguments for comets existing beyond the Earth's atmosphere, and Chapters Four and Five presented a parallax determination for the comet of 1652 and a discussion of its true position and distance from the Earth. The work went on to discuss the comets of 1661, 1664, and 1665. It is interesting to note that in his discussion of the comet of 1664, Hevelius did not use his disputed observation of February 18, 1665. The book ended with a catalog of 251 cometary apparitions from the Biblical deluge to 1665... "Embedded in Cometographia was Hevelius' theory of comets, an interesting collection of ideas based primarily on those of Kepler. Like Kepler, Hevelius began with the premise that comets were transitory objects, and hence their basic motions were rectilinear."-Yeomans, Comets, pp. 84-85. The fi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.
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2013-12-26 14:16:26
BAILLARD (Le Sieur)
Paris: Librairie Koegui 21, rue vieille boucherie 64100 Bayonne Tél. +33 5 59 59 78 74 BAILLARD (Le Sieur) - Discours du Tabac, ou il traite Particulièrement du Tabac en Poudre - 1668 - Edition Originale 1668 - Edition originale 35047 BAILLARD (Le Sieur) Martin Le Prest - 1668 Reliure plein maroquin rouge. Dos à nerfs très finement orné. Triple filet doré sur les plats. Trois tranches dorées. Large dentelle dorée intérieure. Reliure signée HARDY-MESNIL. Intérieur parfait. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Librairie KOEGUI [BAYONNE, France]
2013-12-11 01:59:53
ROBERTS, JOHN.:
London, printed by E. Okes, and are to be sold by George Hurlock, 1668.. Wherein are set forth exactly the chief grounds and principals of the whole art, in a very brief and compendious form, never by any set forth in the like nature before. With divers excellent conclusions, both arithmetical and geometrical belonging thereunto: as also sundry serviceable fire-works both for sea and land service. A study delightful and very useful for men of the best quality, and imbrac'd by the greatest princes. FOURTH EDITION 1668 (first published in 1637). Small 4to, approximately 185 x 140 mm, 7¾ x 5½ inches, frontispiece of a cannon, repeated on page 24, a few diagrams in the text, pages: (8), 59, (5), bound in modern half morocco over marbled boards, raised bands to spine, no lettering or label. Small piece missing from lower margin of frontispiece, neatly repaired with very slight loss to ruled border only, pages browned throughout, all still legible, ink notes in an early hand in 3 margins, small ink diagram in 1 margin, small ink blot to text on 1 page, all still understandable, ink correction to a couple of numbers, brown stain to upper corner of last 8 leaves, another small one to fore-edge margin of last 5 leaves, 2 tiny burn holes in last page of index, affecting 3 letters on recto. Binding tight and firm. A good copy of a scarce military manual for the artillery-man. See: Cockle, A Bibliography of Military Books up to 1642, page 111, No. 140; Sotheby's, The Library of the Earls of Maclesfield, Part 10, page 130, No. 3492. Roberts "gives tables showing names, calibre, … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-12-09 23:02:40
Wilkins, John
Printed for Sa. Gellibrand and for John Martyn Printed to the Royal Society 1668. . 1st Ed. Sm. 4to. [ii] + (a-[d2]) + 454pp. + [ii] blank + Fly-title [3a] + (3a2-[Ttt3]). Character plate to pp.451 & 376, 2 engraved plates, 2 diagrams, 1 folding plate. T.p. with Imprimatur leaf affixed to verso, all the text of signature leaf 3a4 affixed to the lower margin of verso of signature 3a3, light browning, sl. soiling and chipping to t.p., light stain to head of hinges until pp.50, upper joint cracked, C19th half leather with cloth boards, rubbed, upper joint repaired, lower joint cracked with lower board detached, crack to lower portion of spine. ESTC R21115.& Apparently there were two distinct issues, one with all the plates, and one in which several plates were clearly never bound in, as above.& John Wilkins, Bishop of Chester (1614-72), was a founding member of the Royal Society and one of the most influential thinkers of the seventeenth century. His masterpiece the above work is a key text in the history of language. Ready for publication in 1666 but destroyed by the Great fire, the work that was finally published in 1668 is Wilkin’s attempt at creating a universal language. Wilkins provides an examination of the origins, change, adoption, and diffusion of languages and alphabets as well as offering a ‘Universal Philosophy’ classification system. Appended to the essay is an alphabetical dictionary which lists English words, their symbols in the real character and references to their proper place in classification. Additional postage may be necessary. US$1200
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2013-11-27 11:22:54
Wilkins, John
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [U.S.A.]
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2013-11-27 11:22:54
Wilkins, John
London: printed for Sa. Gellibrand, and for John Martyn, printer to the Royal Society, 1668. London: printed for Sa. Gellibrand, and for John Martyn, printer to the Royal Society, 1668. First edition, folio, pp. [20], 454, [2], [158]; woodcut arms of the Royal Society on the title page, errata and approbation leaves, sectional title at the back for An Alphabetical Dictionary wherein all English Words according to their Various Significations are Referred to their Places... London, 1668, (an index of words referred to in the whole work); 1 small engraving in the text, 2 full-page engraved plates in the text, other tables and diagrams, several different fonts use sparingly, including Chinese and black letter; this copy includes the 2 tables (after 3L1 and before 3a2) and 2 plates (after Y3 and 2B1 respectively) which are, according to Alston, not in all copies (but we've handled at least a half dozen copies over the years and every one has had these plates); upper joint cracked, lower joint starting, else a very good, sound copy in contemporary full calf, maroon morocco label on spine; spine ends slightly chipped; supralibros of The Society of Writers to the Signet. The text, the first full exposition of universal language in English, contains sections on the origin of languages and letters, the theory of grammar and phonetics and their relation to universal language, and the proposed alphabet for Wilkins's devised universal language. Wilkins (1614-1672), bishop of Chester, was proficient in both mathematics and astronomy, and was an early proponent of, and active in the fo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [U.S.A.]
2013-11-27 11:22:54
Wilkins, John
London: printed for Sa: Gellibrand, and for John Martin printer to the Royal Society, 1668. First edition, large paper copy, folio, pp. [20], 454, [2] blank, [156]; engraved vignette title bearing the arms of the Royal Society, 4 engraved plates (1 folding), 2 very large folding tables; separate title and pagination for An Alphabetical Dictionary wherein all English words according to their various significations are ... explained, London, 1668; occasional marginal flaws, small rust hole to 2G2 (no loss), 2R1 and 2R4 printed on a smaller sheet, neat restoration to paper flaw on the final leaf; full contemporary mottled calf with a nice central panel in gilt, neatly rebacked, gilt-paneled spine in 7 compartments, morocco label in 1, extremities a bit rubbed and worn, some modest scratching to the covers, but all in all a very good and compelling copy, with a handful of interesting early eighteenth-century annotations which show a particular interest in Wilkins' analysis of the alphabet with which the reader takes issue (Chapter XIII). Wilkins (1614-1672), bishop of Chester, was proficient in both mathematics and astronomy, and was an early proponent of, and active in the foundation of certain weekly meetings of learned men of his time, which subsequently became the Royal Society, of which he was the first secretary. In 1648, he was made warden of Wadham College, Oxford, where he became intimate with Boyle, Wren and Evelyn. In 1656 he married Cromwell's sister. Wilkins' interest in universal language goes back to 1641 when he published the anonymous Mercury, or the secret a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [U.S.A.]
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2013-11-27 11:22:54
Wilkins, John
London: printed for Sa: Gellibrand, and for John Martin printer to the Royal Society, 1668. First edition, large paper copy, folio, pp. [20], 454, [2] blank, [156]; engraved vignette title bearing the arms of the Royal Society, 4 engraved plates (1 folding), 2 very large folding tables; separate title and pagination for An Alphabetical Dictionary wherein all English words according to their various significations are ... explained, London, 1668; occasional marginal flaws, small rust hole to 2G2 (no loss), 2R1 and 2R4 printed on a smaller sheet, neat restoration to paper flaw on the final leaf; full contemporary mottled calf with a nice central panel in gilt, neatly rebacked, gilt-paneled spine in 7 compartments, morocco label in 1, extremities a bit rubbed and worn, some modest scratching to the covers, but all in all a very good and compelling copy, with a handful of interesting early eighteenth-century annotations which show a particular interest in Wilkins' analysis of the alphabet with which the reader takes issue (Chapter XIII). Wilkins (1614-1672), bishop of Chester, was proficient in both mathematics and astronomy, and was an early proponent of, and active in the foundation of certain weekly meetings of learned men of his time, which subsequently became the Royal Society, of which he was the first secretary. In 1648, he was made warden of Wadham College, Oxford, where he became intimate with Boyle, Wren and Evelyn. In 1656 he married Cromwell's sister. Wilkins' interest in universal language goes back to 1641 when he published the anonymous Mercury, or the secret a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [U.S.A.]
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2013-11-27 11:22:54
Wilkins, John
London: printed for Sa. Gellibrand, and for John Martyn, printer to the Royal Society, 1668. First edition, folio, pp. [20], 454, [2], [158]; woodcut arms of the Royal Society on the title page, errata and approbation leaves, sectional title at the back for An Alphabetical Dictionary wherein all English Words according to their Various Significations are Referred to their Places… London, 1668, (an index of words referred to in the whole work); 1 small engraving in the text, 2 full-page engraved plates in the text, other tables and diagrams, several different fonts use sparingly, including Chinese and black letter; this copy includes the 2 tables (after 3L1 and before 3a2) and 2 plates (after Y3 and 2B1 respectively) which are, according to Alston, not in all copies (but we've handled at least a half dozen copies over the years and every one has had these plates); upper joint cracked, lower joint starting, else a very good, sound copy in contemporary full calf, maroon morocco label on spine; spine ends slightly chipped; supralibros of The Society of Writers to the Signet. The text, the first full exposition of universal language in English, contains sections on the origin of languages and letters, the theory of grammar and phonetics and their relation to universal language, and the proposed alphabet for Wilkins's devised universal language. Wilkins (1614-1672), bishop of Chester, was proficient in both mathematics and astronomy, and was an early proponent of, and active in the foundation of certain weekly meetings of learned men of his time, which subsequently becam … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-11-27 11:22:54
WILKINS, JOHN.
printed for Sa. Gellibrand, and for John Martyn, printer to the Royal Society, London 1668 - "First edition, folio, pp. [20], 454, [2], [158]; woodcut arms of the Royal Society on the title page, errata and approbation leaves, sectional title at the back for An Alphabetical Dictionary wherein all English Words according to their Various Significations are Referred to their Places London, 1668, (an index of words referred to in the whole work); 1 small engraving in the text, 2 full-page engraved plates in the text, other tables and diagrams, several different fonts use sparingly, including Chinese and black letter; this copy includes the 2 tables (after 3L1) and 2 plates (after Y3 and 2B1 respectively) which are, according to Alston, not in all copies (but we've handled at least a half dozen copies over the years and every one has had these plates); a very good, sound copy in contemporary full calf, maroon morocco label on spine; spine ends slight chipped. The text, the first full exposition of universal language in English, contains sections on the origin of languages and letters, the theory of grammar and phonetics and their relation to universal language, and the proposed alphabet for Wilkins's devised universal language. Wilkins (1614-1672), bishop of Chester, was proficient in both mathematics and astronomy, and was an early proponent of, and active in the foundation of certain weekly meetings of learned men of his time, which subsequently became the Royal Society, of which he was the first secretary. In 1648, he was made warden of Wadham College, Oxford, where he becam … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB)
2013-11-27 11:22:54
Wilkins, John
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2013-11-05 13:24:48
SPEED, John
London: for Roger Rea,, 1668. with ye historie relation of things worthy memory from a farr larger voulume. [London?: s.n.], 1666; [bound with:] — A Prospect of the Most Famous Parts of the World. 2 works bound in one, oblong octavo (108 × 165 mm). Contemporary mottled calf, neatly rebacked in brown goatskin with original gilt spine laid down, marbled edges. First work with 2 folding maps inserted as plates, other maps full page in the text throughout, 61 in the first part, 20 in the second; all with hand-colouring to style. First work with engraved title. Binding rubbed, first work R2 torn in fore-edge margin without loss and T4 with marginal paper restoration not affecting text, one or two minor paper flaws elsewhere, but a very good copy. An attractive pairing of the miniature versions of the Speed atlases, the engraved maps in the Prospect signed by Pieter van den Keere, brother-in-law of Jodocus Hondius, those of the county atlas unsigned but attributed to the same engraver. The publication history of the miniature Speeds is rather tortuous. At Speed's death, the materials for the History and Theatre were the property of Sudbury and Humble, and later passed to the sole ownership of Humble. He added plates for the miniature county atlas. On his death in 1640, his son William inherited the stock and added the miniature edition of the Prospect. In 1659 William Humble sold his rights in Speed's books and atlases to William Garrett, but Garrett swiftly resold them to Roger Rea the Elder and Younger, who planned new editions. Although the date 1662 appears on th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington
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2013-11-02 20:14:10
ALDROVANDI Ulisse
Subject: (Erbario -). Bologna, Ferroni, 1668 (in fine, 1667). Due vol. in uno, folio, leg. piena pelle con tassello e dorso incisi in oro, front. allegorico inc. da Lorenzo Tinti, pp. (10)-660-(52) con num.me inc. xil. (moltissime a piena pag.) vignetta e marca tipografica in fine. Gore finali, tagli marmorizzati. Nissen BBI, 14.
Bookseller: LIBRERIA PIANI
2013-10-10 14:00:19
Hesychios
Hacks, Leiden u. Rotterdam 1668 - 4to. Mit gest. Titelvignette. 1003 S., zweispaltig gedruckt. Pgt. d. Zeit. Blauschnitt. Griechischer Text mit lateinischem Apparat. - Nach der Ausgabe bei Aldus von 1514. - Umfangreichstes erhaltenes Lexikon des griechischen Grammatikers Hesychios aus Alexandreia (5. o. 6. Jh.). Erlebte starke Veränderungen durch die Kopisten, "trotzdem besitzt das Werk auch in der vorliegenden Fassung großen Wert, der nicht zuletzt auf der erheblichen Zahl von Dialektglossen beruht." (Kl. Pauly 2, 1120). - Beteiligt: Cornelius Schrevel (1608-64), Hadrianus Junius (1511-75), Joseph Juste Scaliger (1540-1609), Claude Saumaise (1588-1653), Jacques Le Paulmier (1587-1670), Francois Guyet (1575-1655?), Gottfried Sopingius (1583-1615), Johannes Coccejus (1603-69), Johann Friedrich Gronovius (1611-71), Tanneguy Le Fèvre (1615-72). - Einband d. Zeit wohl v. einem anderen (dickeren) Buch stammend später gebunden. Kl. Signaturschild am Rücken, Pgt. leicht angeschmutzt. Zeitgenöss. Name u. Datum auf Titel, kl. Stempel verso. Die ersten 5 Bl. am Rande sorgfältig restauriert, etw. knapp beschnitten, sauberes u. gutes Ex. gr.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Düwal
2013-10-07 07:46:58
Luther, Martin
, 1668 Published by BERLEGUNG THEODOR FALFENFEN Binding: HARD BACK BROWN Size: 15 X 9 1/4 1500 Pages Overall Condition is: GOOD small blackLeather label on spine torn through gold gilt title; overall wear to book covers with some fraying to corners; top and bottom of spine tearing creasing and wear to spine cover; overall binding good. contains 5 double-page maps plus one double-page table. *NOTE: Additional Shipping required; very large heavy weight book book weighs 14 1/2 pounds.
Bookseller: Princeton Antiques Bookshop [Atlantic City, NJ, U.S.A.]
2013-08-06 15:15:22
Gerardus Iohannis Vossius
Amsterdam - ApudJoannem Blaev12.5 by 8; [xii]634[44] pp, 1668. A single volume of Gehrard Voss's (1577-1649) intriguing catalogue of pre-Christian paganism. Scarce. Last copy seen in 1978. Voss was educated at Leyden, where he developed a friendship with the famous Hugo Grotius. He was made Regent of the States-General for Leyden in 1615, but had to resign in 1619 thanks to controversy brought on by a theological work published the preceding year. Voss went on to become professor of history at Leyden and eventually at the Athaneum in Amsterdam; having twice turned down offers of positions at Cambridge. In the Theologia Gentili, Voss draws upon the earlier word De Diis Syris in an exploration of pre-Christian religious practice. The three books contained within this volume cover the origin, development, worship, and idols of the Pagan world. Condition: Externally, bound in old calf with rubbing and loss of calf to corners of boards and joints. Front hinge has failed withboard and preliminary pages detached. Some chipping to spine, with wear to head and tail. Internally, remaining rearhinge tender but pages remain firmly bound. Dusty throughoutwith slight stain mainly in margin on rear leaves; bookplates of Professor David Arthur Pailin andScottish Episcopal Church Library, Edinburgh on pastedown, (latter crossed through in pencil), and some notes in old ink; Chr: Jackson in old ink at top of title-page;engraved figure on title-page; text printed in double columns. ONE VOLUME ONLY. Overall:FAIR [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Rooke Books PBFA [Bath, United Kingdom]
2013-07-27 08:50:08
DESCARTES, René [VIEUSSENS, Raymond]
Paris: Bobin & Le Gras, 1668. Hardcover. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. (55), 477 pp, (2). With 22 full-page woodcuts (1 folding) and 70 woodcut illustrations in text. Ink ownership inscription of Raymond Vieussens to front pastedown & shelf mark on front free endpaper. Bound in contemporary French calf, spine in six compartments with gilt florets and title; some wear to boards but generally an excellent copy, clean and fresh.Scarce edition of Descartes' magnum opus, bearing the manuscript ex-libris of Raymond Vieussens (1635-1715), Royal Physician to Louis XIV and an important anatomist in his own right. Drawing directly on the dualistic theories of Descartes, Vieussens became fascinated by the actions of the heart and of the brain in particular. "In his speculations on physiology, Vieussens drew inspiration from both the mechanistic philosophy of Descartes and the iatrochemical ideas of F. de la Boë (Sylvius). He believed that he had demonstrated the existence of the nervous fluid." (DSB) "Without Descartes, the seventeenth-century mechanization of physiological conceptions would have been inconceivable," notes the DSB, ".No other great philosopher, except perhaps Aristotle, can have spent so much time in expermintal observation. According to Baillet, over several years he studied anatomy, dissected and vivisected embryos of birds and cattle, and went on to study chemistry. His correspondence from the Netherlands described dissections of dogs, cats, rabbits, cod, and mackerel; eyes, livers, and hearts obtained from an abattoir.". Descartes' magnum op … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-07-21 01:24:55
ESTIENNE CHARLES / LIEBAVLT JEAN
GIMEAVX IEAN-BAPTISTE. Used. R320030109. L'AGRICVLTVRE ET MAISON RVSTIQUE - L'AGRICULURE ET MAISON RUSTIQUE - AVEC UN BREF RECUEIL DES CHASSES DU CERF, DU SANGLIER, DU LIEURE, DU RENARD, DU BLEREAU, DU CONNIL, DU LOUP, DES OYSEAUX ET DE LA FAUCONNERIE .... / DERNIERE EDITION.. 1668. In-4. Relié plein cuir. Etat passable, Coins frottés, Mors fendus, Intérieur acceptable. 574 pages + 18 pages de Tables des Matières + 44 pages "LA CHASSE AU LOUP, NECESSAIRE A LA MAISON RUSTIQUE" par Jean CLARMORGAN, SEIGNEUR DE SAANE, PREMIER CAPITAINE DE LA MARINE DU PONANT - Ouvrage augmenté de quelqeus gravures en noir et lettrines - Quelques taches, sans conséqeunce sur la lecture - Dos frotté et fané - quelques piqures de ver - Manque pages 115 à 120 incluses.. . . . Classification Dewey : 94.2-Livres anciens XVII ème.
Bookseller: Le-Livre [SABLONS, France]
2013-07-21 01:24:55
CHARLES ESTIENNE and JEAN LIEBAULT.:
Lyon, Jean-Baptiste Gimeaux, 1668.. Jauge, ou Diapason. Plus a este adjoute en cette derniere Edition, une instruction pour scavoir en quels temps, Mois, Lune & Saison on doit semer et replanter selon le pays froid, pour faire avancer & retarder les semences, & toutes sortes de graines. REPRINT 1668, approximately 230 x 170 mm, 9 x 6¾ inches, 36 woodcuts in the text, 1 full page, pages: (16), 574 plus 18 index, rebound in modern quarter dark brown calf over marbled boards, gilt title with gilt rules, new endpapers. Title page soiled, slightly creased at lower inner corner, same creasing to following leaf a2, many pages age-browned, some pale staining throughout, affecting text in places but with no loss of legibility at all, small piece missing from 4 lower margins and 1 fore-edge margin, small piece torn off 3 lower corners, small hole in 1 margin with loss of one word of margin heading, a few ink spots on index with loss of a few letters. Bound with La Chasse du Loup by Jean Clarmorgan also published in Lyon by Jean-Baptiste Gimeaux in 1668, 14 large woodcuts, 48 pages, also stained throughout and age-browned. L'Agriculture et Maison Rustique was first published by Charles Estienne in Latin in Paris in 1554, then translated into French and enlarged by Estienne's son-in-law Jean Liebault and published in Paris in 1564. Since 1570 it has always been published with Clamorgan's treatise on wolf-hunting. The work is a thorough-going treatise on agriculture, viticulture, bee-keeping, gardening and orchards, distilling, fishing, all kinds of hunting including falconr … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-07-20 23:43:39
FRANZ, Erasmus
N¸rnberg,: Johann AndreÊ Endter, 1668.. Thick folio, engraved title, followed by title-page in red & black, envoi to German Emperor Leopold I with separate armorial frontispiece, 65 plates, with one textual illustration and the terminal Errata leaf; contemporary full pigskin with blind-embossed armorial stamps "Insigne Preposit Rayhradensis Ordinis S Benedicti" (with manuscript annotations from the Benedictine library on title-page), leather straps on brass clasps repaired but original, banded spine with early manuscript spine title. A monumental work on the East and West Indies and Asia; a splendid copy, in a well-preserved binding from a Benedictine library, of this work of exotic natural history by one of the most prolific authors of the seventeenth century. This ornate and lavishly illustrated book was a good companion to aristocratic collections of curiosities and Wunderkammern. The descriptions of natural history are interspersed with ethnographical musings, homeopathic advice on folk medicines and the history of European exploration and expansion, both actual and fabulous.The three books of this vast work treat of the natural history, the customs, and the curiosities of the East and West Indies, and the Americas, 'with many very curious details' (Sabin), as curious as speculations about which animal might triumph in a fight between a tiger and a dragon, the anatomy of mermaids and mermen, or the habits of the flying tortoises of China. One of its delights is the extraordinary series of detailed plates, including two views of Batavia (founded 1623) showing the harbour … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-07-16 15:47:12
NOSTRADAMUS, Michel
Amsterdam: Jean Jansson a Waesberge et la vefue de fu Élizée Weyerstraet, 1668. Hardcover. 12mo. pp. [32], 158. With extra engraved title depicting the beheading of King Charles I of England and the fire of London… and a portrait of Nostradamus. Bound in full period calf. Front joint is professionally repaired; inner hinge is strengthened. Pages are generally clean. No pastedown is present on the inner rear board. An uncommon and attractive edition of the prophecies of Nostradamus. According to Willems “Jolie édition don’t les beaux exemplaires sont rares et fort recherchés.” [Caillet 8074; Dorbon-Aine 3275; Willems 1797].
Bookseller: Robert McDowell Antiquarian Books
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2013-07-03 15:53:13
Schott Franz//Scoto Franco
per Mattio Cadorin, detto Bolzetta 1668-1670 4 volumi in uno, in 8°, 16 cm, rilegatura coeva in piena pergamena morbida, titolo manoscritto al dorso pp. (16), 552. Incisione a piena pagina all'antiporta del primo volume, ogni volume ha un proprio frontespizio con vignetta tipografica incisa, complessivamente 51 piante di città e tavole ripiegate fuori testo su 52, (manca la pianta di Bergamo). Leggero alone laterale alle prime 10 carte Esemplare molto buono
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Orfeo
2013-07-02 17:52:09
[Simons
London, Printed by M.S. for Tho. Jenner..., 1668 . Sm.4to. (180x135mm., 7 by 5½ ins.), pp.197 (i.e. 194), 40 engraved maps with tables of distances, 3 of them folding, irregular slight marginal dampstaining, H2 with a paper flaw at head and short tear without loss at tail; contemp. sprinkled sheep, gilt, sometime neatly rebacked, corners restored, and label renewed, good Wing B.3718 (under Book); Chubb LI (under Simons). Provenance: blind-stamped arms of the Duke of Sutherland to front cover; armorial bookplate of Sir John Leveson Gower and small Kenney Collection label to front pastedown. A most attractive seventeenth century travellers' guide. It was first published in 1635 as A Direction for the English Traviller, with "thumb-nail" county maps on a scale of 10 miles = 1/4 inch: the 1643 and subsequent editions contain new maps drawn on twice the scale, providing more detail and showing towns in the surrounding counties. They occupy the whole of the S.E. angles of the plates, and are surmounted by triangular tables of distances.
Bookseller: Grant & Shaw Ltd
2013-06-12 13:00:50
DURANTE CASTORE
Edito nel 1668 a Venetia , in 16°, legatura in piena pergamena con titoli manoscritti al dorso, marca al frontespiziocapilettera e finalini.Importante e celebre opera, sovente ristampata, composta prima in latino a pubblicata a Pesaro nel 1565, fu tradotta in italiano dall'autore stesso. Repertorio d'igiene, medicina e sopratutto gastronomia, curioso e di notevole interesse, che dopo un'introduzione generale, dedica ampi spazi ai cibi (frumenti, legumi, erbe, radici, frutti, carni, pesci, condimenti), descrivendone la qualità, i nomi, l'utilizzo in cucina, i vantaggi e i possibili effetti nocivi. Ed infine parla dell'acqua e sopratutto del vino, per la cui fruizione della 12 regole e ne analizza numerose specie. Buon esemplare con leggeri aloni sui bordi delle prime pagg.
Bookseller: Libreria Internazionale Ulrico Hoepli
2013-06-10 21:21:19
Spener Philipp Jacob
Francofurti, Typis & Sumptib. Aegidii Vogelii, 1668 - 1678.4 parti in un vol. in-folio (337x200mm), pp. (16), 167, (20); (8), 124, (20); (8), 89, (11); (8), 88, (12) + 7 di "Appendix Prior de Illustrissimorum Comitum Dauniorum, illustri prosapia" e (2), 34 di "Appendix Altera Illustrioris Nobilitatis Venetae Centum Tabulae Progonologicae rarissimo in Italia exemplo concinnatae opera.. Comitis Dn. Jacobi Zabarellae". Legatura antica in p. pergamena rigida. Splendido frontespizio calcografico inciso da Johann Philipp Thelott con albero genealogico dell'Imperatore Ferdinando I d'Asburgo. Fregi tipografici incisi su legno. Diffuse e uniformi bruniture tipiche della carta dei libri tedeschi dell'età barocca. Aloni marginali a varie pp. Buon esemplare. Prima edizione, completa di tutte le sue parti, di quest'opera relativa alle famiglie reali e nobili dell'intera Europa, il principale lavoro storico dello Spener (Ribeauvillé, 1635?Berlino, 1705), il grande teologo luterano che, oltre ad essere stato il fondatore del Pietismo, fu altresì uno dei padri degli studi moderni di genealogia e araldica. VD17 23:232246N e. 23:232248C. Faber du Faur, 1407. DBE, IX, p. 39.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Galleria Gilibert
2013-06-07 07:59:36
Leti Gregorio
Cologne (ma Leida), s.e. (Hackius), s.d. ma 1668. 1668 In 12° (cm13,2x7,7) pagg. (8)-132-(4) legatura coeva in piena pergamena, titolo calligrafato al dorso , marca tipografica al frontespizio. Gregorio Leti (Milano 1630 - Amsterdam 1701), anticlericale ed avverso al cattolicesimo fin dalla prima giovinezza, si stabilì a Ginevra nel 1660, sposando la figlia di un medico e convertendosì al calvinismo. Numerosi furono i suoi libelli di polemica anticattolica. Durante il soggiorno a Ginevra svolse incarichi diplomatici per conto di Venezia, della Francia e del Granduca di Toscana. Scrittore fecondissimo per genio e per necessità di denaro, non si peritò nell'attingere a piene mani dal lavoro di altri scrittori contemporanei. Il suo libertinismo intellettuale, il temperamento avventuroso e insofferente delle regole, entrò spesso in conflitto con il rigore dell'ambiente ginevrino. Processato per diffamazione del protestantesimo e per malcostume nel 1679, fu costretto a riparare in Francia. Luigi XIV, per accordargli la sua protezione, mise come condizione un suo ritorno al cattolicesimo, condizione che Leti rifiutò. Nel 1680 fu a Londra dove ricevette da Carlo II l'incarico di scrivere il «Teatro Britannico». Ma l'eccesso della polemica anticattolica lo fece bandire anche dall'Inghilterra. Il 1683 lo vede finalmente in Olanda dove continuerà nella sua attività di scrittore e polemista fino alla morte. Il «Puttanismo di Roma» è opera fondatamente attribuita a Leti, secondo quanto afferma Melzi (ediz. del pag. 388) : "Non puossi mettere in dubbio che Gregorio Leti non abbia compo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Biggio Giuseppina
2013-05-22 23:23:08
HOBBES, THOMAS. - [EDITIO PRINCEPS OF THE LATIN TRANSLATION OF "LEVIATHAN"]
(Amsterdam, Apud Ioannem Blaeu, 1668). 4to. Bound together in one contemporary full vellum with handwritten title to spine. A bit of wear to extremities. Very elaborate, neat, contemporary handwritten notes to inside of front board (½ page) and to front free end-papers (3 pages), all in Latin. Contemporary owner's name to title-page: "D. Burchard" Last few leaves with a marginal wormhole, far from affecting text. "De Cive" evenly browned. With both half-title, as issued (the separate volumes have no general title-pages). [Leviathan: (4), 365, (3 - Indices) + errata-slip. + [De Cive:] (16), 174 pp.This volume constitutes extremely scarce variants of the separately sold volumes 8 and 5 of the Opera. Volume 8 is made up of "Leviathan" and constitutes the FIRST LATIN EDITION of the work. Like Keynes 899, this copy "being without signatures 5b and 5c, and having the errata printed on a slip following 5a 4. In all other copies we have seen the errata are printed at the foot of 5a 4v." (Macdonald & Hargreaves). Volume 5 is made up of the "De Cive" and constitutes the ONLY EDITION of the work, apart from the exceedingly scace first edition, to appear in 4to. This copy seems to be a rare variant, in which the title is not merely "Libros tres de Cive; ad eundem" as noted in Macdonad and Hargreaves", but "Elementorum Philosophiae sectio tertia de Cive", as otherwise ONLY the first edition is called. All later registered editions are called "Elementa Philosophica de Cive" and none of them have the original title as here and are furthermore in either 12mo or 8vo.Supporting the theory th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn A/S
2013-05-18 04:48:01
BIRKEN, SIGMUND VON und JOHANN JACOB FUGGER
21 ungez. Blatt, 1416 S., 17 ungez.Blatt mit Register. Mit gestoch. Frontispiz, 8 ganzseitige und 21 halbseitige gestoch. Portraits, 2 doppelblattgroße Kupfertafeln und 191 (10 ganzseit.) Textkupfer. Brauner, zeitgen. barocker Ganzledereinband auf 7 echten Bünden mit starker Rückenvergoldung. Gr.4to. Wilpert/Gühring/II 27. Bereits ein Jahrhundert zuvor von J.J. Fugger (1516 - 1575) niedergeschrieben, nunmehr von Birken nach gründlicher Neubearbeitung erstmals im Druck vorgelegt. - Die teilw. ganzs. Kupfer zeigen Wappen, Münzen, Portraits, historische Ereignisse, Karten und Ansichten. Die hübschen Kupferansichten zeigen Ansichten von Breisach, Bruck und Kloster Königsfeld, außerdem von Sempach integriert in einer ausklappbaren Wappentafel, ferner Karten von Österreich, der Schweiz und dem Lauf der Donau, sowie 1 Plan von Konstantinopel. - Gelegentlich etwas gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig, anfangs auch etwas fingerfleckig. Frontispiz mit hs. Besitzvermerk, Tbl. mit kl. alten Bibl.-St.. Kaum gebräunt. Prachtband.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Karel Marel
2013-05-18 04:48:01
CERDA, MELCHIORE de la
Vol 1: 8 unpag. Bll., 531 Seiten + Index Rerum: 21 unpag. Seiten. // Vol 2: 532-1019 Seiten + Index: 21 unpag. Seiten; + Mantissa...: 78 Seiten. Zeitgenössischer geprägter schweinsleder Einband (mit Resten von "Schliessbänden". Kl.8vo. (16x10,5 cm) Aussen sauber, innen, untere Hälfte, mit schwachen Feuchtigkeitsspuren". Mit kl. unbed. Ausschnitt a.d.Tbl.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Karel Marel
2013-04-20 10:36:01
Descartes, René
Amsterdam, Daniel Elzevier, 1668. Klein-4°. 4 n.n. Bl., 383 S.; 4 n.n. Bl. 404 S. Mit ca. 180 Holzschnittillustrationen im Text. Lederbände der Zeit mit Rückenvergoldung. 2 Bände. Willems 1393. - Erste lateinische Ausgabe aus dem Nachlass herausgegeben. - Einbände stark beschabt. Rückenvergoldung oxydiert.
Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein Buchantiquariat [Switzerland]
2013-04-20 10:36:01
Welsch, Georg Hieronymus
3 n.n. Bl., 71 S., 9 n.n. S. Index. Mit gestochenem Titel und 3 Kupfertafeln; Titel, 101 S., 27 n.n. S. Index und Tafelverzeichnis. Mit gestochener Titelvignette und 5 gestochenen Tafeln. Pergamentband der Zeit. 2 Teile in 1 Band. Krivatsy 12926. - Lindner 11.2204.01 und 2205.01. - Erster Teil in der zweiten Auflage nach 1660, die gleichzeitig mit dem nur in einer Auflage gedruckten zweiten Teil erschien. Berühmtes Traktat über die sogenannten "Gamskugeln" (den Bezoarsteinen), denen man sowohl magische wie medizinische Kräfte nachsagte. Sie waren sowohl als Talisman wie als Heilmittel sehr gefragt. Auch heute werden die Ansichten über den Nutzen der Gamskugel vor allem unter Jägern kontrovers diskutiert. Die Schrift beschreibt die verschiedenen Formen der Kugeln und gibt einen kulturhistorischen Abriss über deren Anwendung in der Heilkunde. Die Tafeln zeigen verschiedene Steine, das Titelkupfer und die Titelvignette jeweils mit einer abweichenden Gamsdarstellung. Stellenweise gebräunt und stockfleckig, Teil zwei stärker. Rücken fleckig.
Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein Buchantiquariat
2013-04-10 04:12:01
BIRKEN, SIGMUND VON und JOHANN JACOB FUGGER
17 ungez. Blatt, 1416 S., 17 ungez.Blatt mit Register. Mit gestoch. Frontispiz, 8 gestoch. Portraits, 2 doppelblattgroße Kupfertafeln und 200 (10 ganzseit.) Textkupfer. Brauner, zeitgen. barocker Ganzledereinband auf 7 echten Bünden mit starker Rückenvergoldung. Gr.4to. Wilpert/Gühring/II 27. Bereits ein Jahrhundert zuvor von J.J. Fugger (1516 - 1575) niedergeschrieben, nunmehr von Birken nach gründlicher Neubearbeitung erstmals im Druck vorgelegt. - Die teilw. ganzs. Kupfer zeigen Wappen, Münzen, Portraits, historische Ereignisse, Karten und Ansichten. Die hübschen Kupferansichten zeigen u. a. Ansichten von Breisach, Bruck und Kloster Königsfeld, ferner Karten von Österreich, der Schweiz und dem Lauf der Donau, sowie 1 Plan von Konstantinopel. - Gelegentlich etwas gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig, anfangs auch etwas fingerfleckig. Frontispiz mit hs. Besitzvermerk, Tbl. mit kl. alten Bibl.-St.. Kaum gebräunt. Prachtband.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Karel Marel
2013-04-07 15:25:20
Descartes, Rene
Bookseller: Royoung bookseller, Inc. [U.S.A.]
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2013-04-04 23:36:27
Field
Cambridge: John Field, 1668.. Reprint. Dark green hardback tooled leather cover with ribbed spine and red/gilt title with silver clasps and panels. G: in Good condition. Cover rubbed. Some light foxing and occasional other minor flaws. Heraldic bookplate on front paste-down. Aeg. [700pp] :: 230mm x 170mm (9" x 7") :: 19th century tooled leather binding and endpapers with silver clasps
Bookseller: Barter Books
2013-03-20 15:44:23
[Emblem Book]: Camerarius, Joachim, the Younger:
Mogvntiæ [i.e. Mainz]: Sumpt. Ludovici Bovrgeat ... Typ. Christophori Kuchleri, 1668.. [8],201,[1],204,[4(blanks)],204,[4(blanks),201, [1]pp. Small octavo. Four parts in one volume. Later limp vellum. Engraved title, illustrated with four hundred circular engraved emblems within 7x7cm frames. Loss from lower margin of engraved title and first four prelims due to worming (with no loss of letterpress and some repairs to foremargins), the same worm track recedes to nothing by A8, part of one line of text marked through in early ink on 2M6, short tear in corner of one leaf mended at an early date; main portion of the text block, apart from some tanning characteristic of the paper, very good., A collective edition of this popular series of emblem books, uniting the four sequences: I. Stirpium; II. Animalium quadrupedium; III Volatilium & insectium; and IV: Aquatilium & reptilium. Camerarius (1534-1598), the son of the German humanist, was a practicing physician and botanist, and served as dean of the medical college at Nuremburg until his death. This work, originally published in sequence in Nuremburg 1590-1604, prints each emblem accompanied by a Latin distich along with an essay in Latin. It proved a model for further works in the genre, including a continuation by Jacob Bornitz. The fourth century, devoted to aquatic animals and reptiles, was published posthumously under the supervision of his son, Ludwig Camerarius. The original editions feature large in Nissen and Hunt, where the engravings are ascribed to Hans Sibmacher. The engravings were reworked for the Frankfurt editi … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-02-01 01:22:15
GUISE (Henri II de Lorraine, duc de)
Paris, Edme Martin, Sébastien Mabre-Cramoisy, 1668, in 4°, de 4ff. 795 pp., pl. veau moucheté époque, dos orné, plats frappés aux armes de Jacques-Maire Leboeuf, Marquis de Valdahon, colonel d'artillerie (O.H.R. pl. 371), (Ex-libris Robert d'Avril comte de Burey, et Bernard Jubin), bel exemplaire. Edition originale de ces Mémoires rédigés en fait par Philippe Goibaud Du Bois à la demande de Saint-Yon, secrétaire du duc. Henri de Lorraine (1614-1664) cadet destiné au clergé, fut archevêque de Reims. Il ne devint 5e duc de Guise qu'en 1640 après la mort de son frère aîné le prince de Joinville. Son caractère brouillon et instable en fit la fable de son époque. Ces mémoires relatent surtout l'entreprise extravagante de la révolte de Masaniello en 1647, pour asseoir les prétentions familiales sur le royaume de Naples, qui se solda par un lamentable échec (il fut prisonnier des Espagnols de 1648 à 1652). Il tentera une seconde campagne contre Naples en 1654, mais échouera aussi. ¶ Bourgeois & André Sources 785.
Bookseller: L'intersigne Livres anciens [France]
2013-01-16 15:24:58
ESTIENNE Charles.
L'agricoltura et casa di villa. Nuovamente tradotta dal Cavaliere Hercole Cato. Aggiuntavi in questa impressione ultima la Caccia al Lupo. In Vinetia, Brigonci, 1668. In 8vo; pp. 36n.nn., pp.427. Lievi tracce d'umido. Mezza pelle posteriore, tassello al dorso. Ceresoli, pag. 499; Lastri, 121; Souhart, 175.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Casella
2013-01-05 03:40:04
Wilkins, J
Erste Ausgabe.- Enthält 'An alphabetical Dictionary, Wherein all english words According to their various significations, are either referred to their places in the philosophical tables, Or explaines by such Words as are in thos Tables.'.- Ausgabe ohne die 7 Kupfertafeln.- Die Textvignette mit Wappen der Royal Society.- John Wilkins (Fawsley 1614 - 1672 London) war Bischof von Chester und Gründungsmitglied der Royal Society. In diesem Werk entwickelte er eine universale philosophische Sprache, da Wissenschaftler befürchteten, die Ungenauigkeit der allgemeinen Sprache würde den wissenschaftlichen Fortschritt hindern. Er setzte sich damit das Ziel, das gesamte Wissen im Universum detailliert darstellen zu können - genauer, als es mit Englisch oder einer anderen Sprache möglich war. So entwickelte er ein System von Tabellen und graphischen Zeichen, um die gewünschten Konzepte darstellen zu können.- Teilweise schwacher Feuchtrand im weißen Kopfsteg.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Schramm
2013-01-03 21:41:47
Gertrude, Saint the Great
Paris: Chez: Covterot, Jean, 1668. Gertrude the Great, Saint. (1256-1302) Pratiqve Des Exercices Spiritvels, Tirée Des Oevvres de Sainte Gertrvde. Vtile & profitable à l'Ame devote, qui desire s'avancer à la perfection. Avec plusieurs Meditations & salutaires enseignmens, tant pour les personnes seculieres, que pour la Profession Religieuse, & la renovation des Vœux. Nouvelle Edition, reveuë, corrigée, & mise en la pureté de nostre langue. Et enrichie de plusieurs figures en taille douce. Paris: Chez Iean Covterot, ruë S. Iacques, au petit Iesus, prés les Mathurins, 1668. An extremely rare book. No copies found in any of the libraries. Copies of Jean Couterot's works only hold small numbers in libraries across the world. His publications were very small runs and a limited number have survived. Saint Gertrude the Great:8vo, 5.94 x 3.25 in. a8, e2, A-Z8/4, Aa-Zz4/8; lacking the engraved frontispiece (of Saint Gertrude), but with twenty one full-paged engravings, and four full-paged engraved tables. The engraving on page 272 is mistakenly printed upside down. This copy is in very good condition internally, without stains or browning. Some of the corners toward the end are a bit curled, but this is very minor. The binding is contemporary limp parchment with ties, and is also in good condition. The bookplate of the Maison des Oiseaux of Paris is pasted inside the front board. "In the 'Exercises' we have the saint at her best. They were written for her Sisters in religion and we feel she has here a free hand unhampered by the deep humility which made it so repugnant f … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-12-22 20:53:30
PLINIUS (GAJUS PLINIUS CAECILIUS SECUNDUS).
3 volumes (complete). Hackios, Leiden 1668-69. 8°. Engraved titlepage to each volume. (16)+838+(136) + 917+(85) + 853+(83) pages. Contemporary full amrbeld calf bindings with gilt crowned (count) monogram on boards. Bindings somewhart worn, but intact. Upper spine-end of vol. 2 defective.. State-of-the art 17th century set of the Natural History by Pliny the Elder, partly published by himself and by his nephew, Pliny the Younger
Bookseller: Vangsgaards Antikvariat
2012-12-22 19:29:33
WILKINS (John)
London: Printed for Sa: Gellibrand, and for John Martyn printer to the Royal Society, 1668.. First edition, folio, [20], 454, [162] p., with the initial imprimatur leaf (creased), "An alphabetical dictionary, wherein all English words according to their various significations, are either referred to their places in the philosophical tables, or explained by such words as are in those tables" ([162] p. at end) has a separate dated title page and register, engraved armorial bookplate of Robert Maxwell of Finnebrogue, also signed "Robert Maxwell, Belfast, May 20th 1731", wide margin copy, 2 folding engraved plates, 2 engraved character and 1 phonic plate within pagination, LACKING THE TWO ENGRAVED TABLES, text clean, cont. full calf, covers scratched and peeling, upper joint cracked but holding by cords, gilt title label to spine.Wing W2196.
Bookseller: Forest Books
2012-12-12 22:12:34
Alchemie - Geber, (Gabir [Jabir] Ibn Hayyan).
(Lugduni Batavorum [Leiden], apud Arnoldo Doude, 1668). 13x7,7 cm. 9 (von 10) Bl., 179 (recte 279: S. 241-279 falsch pag. als S. 141-179) S. Pgt.-Bd. der Zeit mit hs. Rückentitel. Ferguson I, 299. - Viele Texte wurden Gabir (Jabir, Dschabir) ibn Hayyan, im Lateinischen Geber genannt, der im 8. Jahrhundert gelebt hat, zugeordnet. Lateinische Texte des 13. Jahrhunderts (Pseudo-Geber) wurden mit älteren arabischen alchemistischen Texten vermischt. - In dieser Ausgabe erschien erstmals die "Medulla Alchimiae Gebricae" des Herausgebesr Caspar Horn. - (Gestoch. Titel mit "Gebri Arabis Chimicae Cum Correctione et Medulla G. Horni, M.d.Nor." und mit dem Erscheinungsvermerk "Lugduni Batavorum Apud Arnoldum Doude 1668" fehlt. Rücken eingerissen). Sprache: lateinisch.
Bookseller: Biblion Antiquariat [Zürich, ZH, Switzerland]
2012-09-13 06:23:17
Luciani
Amstelodami: Danielem Elzevirium 1668 - This was the first separate edition of this work. Translated from the original Greek into Latin. Recent buckram spine with grey card boards. Recent owner’s name to the front end papers. A touch of darkening to the spine and boards. The pages are a little darkened. There is slight nicking to the edges of the title page. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Harrison-Hiett Rare Books NVvA/ILAB PBFA
2012-06-30 22:32:23
Lucian
Daniel Elzevir, Amsterdam 1668 - .[[10], 130 pgs., [1 addenda], [6 index]].FIRST SEPERATE EDITION OF ONE OF LUCIAN'S WORKS.LUCIAN WAS ONE OF THE INTERESTING GREEK WRITERS.The translator and commentator was the eminent German classics Scholar Johann Georg Graeve .Text in facing pages in both Greek and Latin.WILLEMS 1396, BRUNET III, HOFFMAN II, 54B, 28. Contemporary vellum binding. Size: Small 8vo [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Eveleigh Books
2012-06-29 19:50:22
JOHN OGILBY Esq
1668: THOMAS ROYCROFT a very good copy - 1668, in elephant folio (17 by 10.5 inches), (6) 528 pp. contemporary covers with spine recently rebacked and new end papers, with 100 original plates of well kown artists: quite unusual, the book starts with a double plate (before title page) with the engraved portrait of Ogilby by William Faithorne after Peter Lely and an engraving by Pierre Lombart after Francis Cleyn. The title page is printed in red and black lettering. This volume is illustrated with 100 full-page engravings, including the portrait and title page, and engraved initials and head-and-tail pieces. Featured is a two-page map and one engraving with hand-colored tinting. the following are the srtist whose engravings comprise this book: 29 plate signed by Lombart, 42 plate signed by Hollar, 3 plate signed by Ludwig Richer, one Faithorne and one William Carter. 19 plates have no text of the back page. One leaf (pages 233/234) has been replaced with a facsimilia from the original book currenlty at Huntington Library on ancient paper and one etching folowing page 28 has been profesionally restored (about 3 by 3 inches from the engraving was missing). Complete set. Neat signature on the title page dated 1679 and below "WORKS" another siganature which was crossed out. Overall, an extremelly attractive book in VG conditions with some tears but most have been profesionally repaired. NOTE: the facsimilia page has been restored such as for a non-connoisseur of books, it would be difficult to see the difference.. Full-Leather. Very Good. Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall.
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2012-06-27 16:51:39
Mansi, Giuseppe
Johannes Busaeus, Köln, 1668. 4°, 1. lateinischer Druck - erschien erstmals 1662 in italienischer Sprache in Rom., 4 Bll., 226 S., 19 Bll., 567(1) S., 32 Bll., 567(1) S., 32 Bll. 3 Bände in 1 Band (so vollständig). Pergamentband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln, mit handschriftl. Rückentitel und den Resten von 2 Metall-Lederschließen. Sprache: Latein, Jeweils mit Holzschnittdruckermarke auf dem Titel. Einband berieben und etwas fleckig; kleine Fehlstelle am oberen Kapital; Rücken mit einigen weiteren Läsuren (vorderes Gelenk angeplatzt; kleinere, oberflächliche Bezugsfehlstellen und Einrisse - Rücken aber stabil); beide Deckel mit kleinen Bezugsfehlstellen an der Fußkante; wenige weitere, winzige Bezugsfehlstellen; beide Deckel sowie erste und letzte Bll. mit wenigen winzigen Wurmlöchern; von den Schließen sind nur die Lederteile der Schließenbänder und der Messingverschlußknopf der unteren Schließe vorhanden; vorderer Innendeckelbezug (Spiegel) an einer Stelle etwas angeplatzt bzw. eingerissen; Vordervorsatz mit Knickspur in der unteren Ecke und hier auch etwas fingerfleckig; durchgehend stockfleckig (teils stärker) und teils auch etwas gebräunt; einige Bll. mit kleinem, schwachen Wasserfleck in der unteren Ecke; häufiger am Kopf wasserrandig und zum Schluß hin hier auch einige Bll. mit größerem, recht schwachen Wasserfleck; vereinzelt etwas fleckig; einige Bll. mit winzigen Knickspuren in den Ecken; Besitzvermerk von alter Hand auf dem Titel von Band 1. Giuseppe Mansi (1607-1694); italienischer Theologe; Oratorianer. VD 17 12:205044Q. 2400 Gramm.
Bookseller: AixLibris Antiquariat Klaus Schymiczek [Aachen, Germany]
2012-06-27 14:38:09
Hobbes, Thomas.
Amsterdam, Blaeu, 1668.. 1. Auflage. 44, 146, 261, 86, 42, 64 SS. Späteres HLdr. über vier Bünden mit vergoldetem Rückentitel. Enger gebunden. Einband berieben und bestoßen, Seiten wenig gebräunt, erste Seiten etwas ausgefranst, letzte Seiten mit einer Fraßstelle, ansonsten gut erhalten. Bibliotheksstempel.. Erste Ausgabe der gesamelten philosophischen Schriften des großen Aufklärers und theoretischen Begründers des Absolutismus Thomas Hobbes. 6 von 8 Teilen, ohne Libros tres de Cive und Leviathan, in einem Band: I. Problemata Physica; II. Examinatio et Emendatio Mathemathicae Hodiernae; III. Elementorum Philosophiae Sectio Prima de Corpore; IV. Elementorum Philosophiae Sectio Secunda de Homine; V. Dialogus Physicus de Natura Aeris. VI. De Principiis et Ratiocinationes Geometrarum. Mit 30, meist ausfaltbaren Kupfertafeln und zahlreichen, kleineren Textkupfern reich illustritert. Dargestellt sind mathematisch-geometrische, physikalische, mechanische, anatomische und optische Konstruktionen.
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