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        Radier - Büchlein / handelt Von der Etzkunst / Nemlich: Wie man mit Scheidwasser in Kupffer etzen / das Wasser / wie auch den harten und weichen Etzgrund machen solle; Daneben Kurtzer Beschreibung / wie die Kupfferplatten abzudrucken; die Druckerpresse zu machen / und was man sonsten darbey in acht zu nehmen hat. Erstmals sind, Abraham Bosse, berühmten Kupfferstechern zu Paris / in Französischer Sprache beschrieben / Anietzo aber zum Andernmahl / auff Begehren vieler Liebhaber in Teutscher Sprach heraus gegeben und vermehret : Samt einer Zugabe / von der Herold - Mahl - und Reisskunst / mit darzugehörigen Figuren / durch Georg : Andream Böcklern,.

      Nürnberg, Fürst ( gedruckt daselbst bey Christoff Gerhard) 1669 - 15 x 9.5 cm, 201 S., unpag. S. Vorrede (ca. 9 BL.), Vorsatz mit Kupfer, einige S. lose, 19 Kupfer auf Taf., Seiten gebräunt und stockfleckig, braun - roter Ledereinband läd. und berieben, Ecken bestossen, Name auf Vorsatz

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat A. Wempe]
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        Deß Hertzogthumbs Würtemberg.

      Stuttgart Rößlin 1669 - (30 x 18 cm). 186 (richtig 192) (8) S. Mit großem Wappenholzschnitt auf Titel. Moderner Halbpergamentband. Seltene Neuausgabe der Bauordnung von 1655. - Herzog Eberhard III, der nach dem Dreißigjährigen Krieg das zerstörte, verkleinerte, entvölkerte und mit hohen Schulden beladene Herzogtum Württemberg übernahm, erließ 1655, zum Wiederaufbau seines Landes, eine neue Bauordnung, welche die veraltete von 1568 ersetzen sollte. - Sie enthält im ersten Teil neben der eigentlichen Bauordnung auch eine Floß-Ordnung für den Neckar, die Nagold und die Enz, eine Ziegel-Ordnung und im zweiten Teil eine "Handwercksleuth-Ordnung" für Steinmetze, Maler, Schreiner, Schlosser, Glaser, Kupferschmiede und Hafner. - Papierbedingt durchgehend leicht gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig, sonst gut erhalten und breitrandig. - VD17 1:042567Y

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        Description anatomique d'un Cameleon, d'un Castor, d'un Dromadaire, d'un Ours, et d' une Gazelle.

      Paris, Frederic Leonard, 1669. 4to (195 x 155mm). pp. 120, with woodcut title vignette and 5 large folded engraved plates. Old black gilt ornamented boards (spine worn). First edition and second publication of a group of French anatomists called the 'Parisians'. "Perrault was the leader of a team of comparative anatomists, that included Guichard Joseph Duverney, Jean Pecquet, Moyse Charas and Philippe de la Hire; they were often called the 'Parisians' in contemporary literature because of their membership in the Académie Royale des Sciences. Their investigations began with a thresher shark and lion from the royal menagerie and went on to encompass forty-nine vertebrate species" (The Haskell F. Norman Library of Science & Medicine p. 610). The 'Parisians' laid the foundation of our knowledge of comparative anatomy. "No such detailed and exact descriptions and illustrations had been published before" (D.S.B). One plate with tear repaired on verso with no loss of illustration. / /Nissen ZBI, 3122. See also Cole, Comparative anatomy pp. 393-425.

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        La perpetuité de la foy de l'eglise catholique touchant l'eucharistie deffendue contre le livre du sieur Claude

      first edition. Maque the title page printer, a thumbnail of arms of Clement VI.Binding in full speckled brown sheepskin contemporary. Back to ornate nerves. As part of speckled brown sheepskin. A head slot. A white spot at the tail. Friction. Good copy. Chez Charles Savreux A Paris 1669 In-4 (18,5x25,5cm) (74) 970, 172, 86p (12) relié

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        Mondo simbolico formato d'Imprese scelte, spiegate, ed illustrate con sentenze, ed eruditioni sacre e profane in questa impressione da mille parti ampliato.

      Nella Stampa di Francesco Vigone,, In Milano, 1669 - Cm. 32,5, pp. (30) 854 + (230) di indici dei motti, delle imprese e delle cose notabili. Frontespizio in rosso e nero con vignetta xilografica. Bella antiporta allegorica, un ritratto del Picinelli inciso da Georges Tasniere a piena pagine, testatine, capolettera, finalini e 52 emblemi incisi su rame intercalati n.t. ad un quarto di pagina. Legatura coeva in piena pelle, dorso a nervi con titoli e ricchi fregi in oro. Al piatto anteriore, impressa in oro, lal scritta. Donné aux Capucins de Rouen. Ex libris inciso. Qualche ritocco alle legatura, una piccola fenditura esterna ad una cerniera, peraltro esemplare ben conservato. Seconda edizione, considerevolmente ampliata rispetto all'originale di Milano (1653), di questo monumentale libro di emblematica dell'età barocca che presenta numerosissimi emblemi, imprese e simboli di ogni genere (corpi celesti, elementi, divinità, mostri, creature mitologiche, animali, piante, fiori, frutti, gemme e pietre preziose, metalli, oggetti di culto religioso, utensili e strumenti domestici, giochi, lettere alfabetali, strumenti fabrili, strumenti marinareschi, matematici, militari, musicali, ecc.). Il Picinelli (Milano, 1604 - Roma, 1678), teologo e storiografo, fu Canonico Lateranense e appartenne all'Ateneo dei Letterati Milanesi. Cfr. Vinciana (272). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense]
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        CANDIA ANGUSTIATA.

      Ex Typographia Combi, & La Noù 1669 Prima edizione. Opera dedicata al Doge Domenico Contarini. Testo latino. Cm.14,4x7,4. Pg.288. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena semirigida, con titoli manoscritti al dorso. Piatto posteriore brunito, con minimo strappo. Tagli spruzzati. Marca calcografica al frontespizio raffigurante "La Minerva". Cartigli e capilettera incisi. Poche piccolissime tarlature ai margini, che non inficiano la fruibilità del testo. Il volume contiene la versione latina e di seguito la versione italiana della ?Candia angustiata svasoria all'Europa christiana?. Ascritto all'Ordine dei padri minimi di San Francesco di Paola, Il Frugoni (Genova, 1620 - 1684 circa) studiò in Spagna agli atenei di Alcalà e di Salamanca. Attivo presso l'Accademia degli Addormentati, fu segretario particolare di Aurelia Spinola e compì studi di teologia alla Sorbona. La sua opera principale è "Il cane di Diogene", stampata postuma nel 1689. Scrisse anche alcuni melodrammi, rappresentati con successo in importanti teatri europei. E' considerato uno dei massimi esponenti della lirica seicentesca italiana, cimentandosi altresì, tra i primi, nel romanzo di ispirazione contemporanea. "E' stato definito un "rappresentante tipico della mondanità in veste fratesca, della più strabiliante virtuosità barocca nell'eloquenza, nel romanzo, nella critica, nel teatro" (Sofia Armanini). La "Candia angustiata", qui in rarissima edizione originale, è un poema epico, e fu presentata al Senato della Serenissima il 6 maggio del 1669. > "Biblioteca volante di Giovanni Cinelli Calvoli", 353. Quattro esemplari censiti in SBN. Opera non segnalata da Piantanida, Melzi, Gamba, Graesse e Brunet. Codice libreria 128549.

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Pera]
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        Alcuni opuscoli filosofici del padre abbate D. Benedetto Castelli da Brescia ... Al serenissimo, e reverendiss. principe il sig. cardinale de' Medici. - Bologna, per Giacomo Monti: ad istanza degli eredi del Dozza, 1669.

      In - 4°; 4 cc., 79 pp., frontespizio con grande vignetta incisa in rame da P. Tedeschi, 5 incisioni in legno nel testo raffiguranti diagrammi ed esperimenti di ottica; legatura settecentesca in mezza pelle, tassello con titolo in oro e filetti in oro al dorso (minimi restauri). Buon esemplare. Prima edizione del più importante contributo di Benedetto Castelli agli studi di ottica; l'edizione include inoltre due lettere inedite a Galileo (27 giugno 1637 e 2 agosto 1638, pp. 47 - 79) nelle quali l'autore discute del calore, sulla base dei propri esperimenti sull'assorbimento e la trasmissione di calore da parte di oggetti bianchi e neri: ?more celebrated is Castelli's discussion of heat in a series of letters to Galileo (1637 - 1638) and particularly his experiments with the absorption of radiant and transmitted heat by black and white objects... [In these two letters] the pursuit of experimental science is even more clearly described than in Galileo's work on bodies in water? (DSB). Nel trattato, alle pp. 1 - 37, Castelli si occupa della percezione del movimento, di illusioni ottiche, dell'uso di lenti specifiche nei telescopi, della camera oscura: "Castelli optical investigations were continued in a treatise sent to Giovanni Ciampoli in 1639 and published posthumously in 1669 [pp. 1 - 37]; with four interesting woodcuts. Included are many observations and conclusions with respect to the persistence of optical images, by which Castelli explained the perception of motion, the illusion of forked tongues in serpents, and other phenomena. In the same treatise he recommended the use of diaphragms in telescopes to impede transverse rays, anticipating Hevelius. His discussion of the camera obscura, the inversion of images on the retina, and of cataract (from which Galileo had recently lost his sight), although less novel, are not without interest? (DSB). Nella parte centrale del volume (pp. 39 - 46), il Discorso sul modo di conservare i grani rappresenta un contributo interessante per la microbiologia e micropatologia: Castelli suggerisce di tenere il grano in una scatola sigillata anticipando gli esperimenti e le osservazioni contrarie alla generazione spontanea delle malattie e dei contagi. Riccardi I, col. 291. Carli - Favaro 322. DSB III, p. 116.

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        Horologi elementari divisi in quattro parti. Nella Prima Parte fatti con lâ??Acqua, nella Seconda con la Terra, nella Terza con lâ??Aria, nella Quarta col Fuoco...

      per Bortolo Tramontino 1669 4to (cm. 21,8), 155 pp., 2 cc.nn. con 16 ill.ni in xilografia a piena pagina. Frontis. entro cornice ornamentale. Fregi e capilettera. Legatura â??à lâ??imitationâ?? in piena pelle con nervi, ricchi fregi e titolo impresso in oro al ds. Cornici e fregi floreali ai piatti. Carte di guardia marmorizzate. Lievi aloni ed un piccolo timbro a secco su carta applicata al frontis. Modeste fenditure marginali su due carte. Nel complesso, bellâ??esemplare. Rara edizione originale di una ricercata opera italiana di orologeria. Riccardi I, 123.

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        An embassy from the East-India Company of the United Provinces, to the Grand Tartar Cham, emperor of China: delivered by their excellencies Peter de Goyer and Jacob de Keyzer, at his imperial city of Peking wherein the cities, towns, villages, ports, rivers, &c. in their passages from Canton to Peking are ingeniously described by John Nieuhoff; also an epistle of Father John Adams, their antagonist, concerning the whole negotiation; with an appendix of several remarks taken out of Father Athanasius Kircher; Englished and set forth with their several sculptures by John Ogilby

      Printed by John Macock for the Author, London 1669 - First English edition. Folio. Three quarter leather binding over marbled boards. Gift inscription in Swedish to first free end paper dated 1920 in pen. Very good. 18, 106, 327 (page skip from 184 to 205) Pages. Full page Frontispiece, Red and black lettered title page, 1 double page engraved map of China, 1 double page engraved map of Canton, 17 full page engravings, 121 engravings within the text. This is the first English edition translated from the Dutch edition of 1665 and expanded. An Embassy from the East-India Company of the United Provinces, translated into English by the bookseller John Ogilby in 1669, is one of the earliest European attempts at an accurate description of China and the Chinese people. Due to its isolation under the Ming dynasty, earlier descriptions of China relied on fanciful tales and legends, many originating from ancient and medieval texts. The book consists of both an account of an embassy of the Dutch East India Company to the Shunzhi Emperor (1638-1661) and an account of general Chinese customs and occupations. The information was gathered and collated by Johan Nieuhof, one of the party which visited the Emperor in Beijing. His first-hand account therefore, allowed accurate descriptions and depictions of Chinese architecture, clothing and landscapes. The book was immensely popular in Europe, and was translated into many languages besides English and was influential in the introduction and proliferation of the 'chinoiserie' style in European art throughout eighteenth century. This style manifested itself in a wide range of artistic fields, from Sèvres porcelain in France, to the ornamental pagodas found in Britain and Germany. Notably, the book contains possibly one of the earliest descriptions of tea and its production, specifically stating its expense and its value to East Asian society. This description may have led to the English East India Company seeking to profit from the crop, initially through trade with Dutch merchants in Batavia (now Jakarta), and later through its introduction to the company's Indian territories. COMPLETE and RARE. Condition: Overall very good condition. Original marbled boards, half leather, spine professionally rebacked. Internal hinges reinforced. Inner engraving line of frontispiece slightly thin. Some waterstaining to a few pages (61-65; opp 78; 95; 101-104/ opp 40 - 44; 225). Closed tears to page 150;161;221;227. 5 cm piece in margin of page 265 missing; 3 cm piece of corner page 2 missing. Slight page toning as usual. An odd printing mistake where page 184 goes to page 205, but all text is correct and complete as well as the engravings [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Traité des tournois, joustes, carrousels et autres spectacles publics.

      - Lyons: Jacques Muguet, 1669. 4to, (xvi), 400 pp. with the 2 cancels (C2-3) included in the preliminaries. Illustrated with an engraved title page vignette (variant featuring crest in an architectural setting), dedication vignette, 22 headpiece vignettes, some signed by Derbage (several repeated) and 23 historiated initials. 19th century tree calf without bands, backstrip with gilt rolls and morocco label, edges sprinkled, ribbon. Boards slightly rubbed, lower joint neatly repaired, occasional light foxing. Old handwritten cataloguing note on front free endpaper. Bookplate of A. Kuhnholtz-Lordat. First edition of this highly important work, a source for study of festive occasions of the late 16th and 17th centuries. It includes the iconographic program of such tournaments, dealing with the progress of events on land and water, the costumes, the machinery, dance, stage designs, music and other aspects. Ménestrier, a Jesuit from Lyons describes festivities in Italy, France, and Germany with references even to Polish and Lithuanian events. The vignettes show chariots, floats, a joust, equestrian quadrilles and machines. Brunet III 1624. Graesse IV, 487. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        De Solido intra Solidum Naturaliter contento Dissertationis Prodromus.

      - Engraved arms of the Grand Duke of Tuscany on title, a large folding engraved plate, & a folding sheet with descriptive letterpress. Title in red & black. 1 p.l., 78 pp., 1 leaf. 4to, modern panelled calf. Florence: ex Typographia sub signo Stellae, 1669. First edition of a fundamental work for the modern sciences of geology, crystallography, and palaeontology. In this book, Steno "described the composition of the earth’s crust in Tuscany and a famous diagram in his book shows six successive types of stratification: the first attempt ever made to represent geological sections. This was a sequence which he believed would be found all over the world. He explained the true origin of fossils found in the earth as being remains of once living things and he discriminated between the volcanic, chemical and mechanical modes of the origin of the rocks. He was the first clearly to recognize that the strata of the earth’s crust contain the records of a chronological sequence of events from which the history of the earth can be reconstructed. He attempted to find the principles of stratigraphy He deduced that these changes in the original position of the strata are the real causes of the unevenness of the earth’s surface. This was in direct contradiction to the accepted belief that mountains had existed ever since the beginning of things or had simply grown."–Printing & the Mind of Man 151. "This work also contains the first formulated crystallography and, of the constancy of interfacial angles of crystals of quartz, a study basic to mineralogy."–Dibner, Heralds of Science, 90. A very nice copy. ? Horblit 96. Sparrow, Milestones of Science, 185. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        CANDIA ANGUSTIATA.

      Ex Typographia Combi, & La Noù, Venetiis 1669 - Prima edizione. Opera dedicata al Doge Domenico Contarini. Testo latino. Cm.14,4x7,4. Pg.288. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena semirigida, con titoli manoscritti al dorso. Piatto posteriore brunito, con minimo strappo. Tagli spruzzati. Marca calcografica al frontespizio raffigurante "La Minerva". Cartigli e capilettera incisi. Poche piccolissime tarlature ai margini, che non inficiano la fruibilità del testo. Il volume contiene la versione latina e di seguito la versione italiana della ?Candia angustiata svasoria all?Europa christiana? Ascritto all'Ordine dei padri minimi di San Francesco di Paola, Il Frugoni (Genova, 1620 - 1684 circa) studiò in Spagna agli atenei di Alcalà e di Salamanca. Attivo presso l'Accademia degli Addormentati, fu segretario particolare di Aurelia Spinola e compì studi di teologia alla Sorbona. La sua opera principale è "Il cane di Diogene", stampata postuma nel 1689. Scrisse anche alcuni melodrammi, rappresentati con successo in importanti teatri europei. E' considerato uno dei massimi esponenti della lirica seicentesca italiana, cimentandosi altresì, tra i primi, nel romanzo di ispirazione contemporanea. "E' stato definito un "rappresentante tipico della mondanità in veste fratesca, della più strabiliante virtuosità barocca nell'eloquenza, nel romanzo, nella critica, nel teatro" (Sofia Armanini). La "Candia angustiata", qui in rarissima edizione originale, è un poema epico, e fu presentata al Senato della Serenissima il 6 maggio del 1669. > "Biblioteca volante di Giovanni Cinelli Calvoli", 353. Quattro esemplari censiti in SBN. Opera non segnalata da Piantanida, Melzi, Gamba, Graesse e Brunet. 150 gr. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        De Getrouwe Harder, ofte Een Voorstel van alle de princepaelste Plichten die een Dienaer Jesu Christi waerneemen moet, Soo neffens hem selfs, als ds Heeren dierbaere Gemeynte. Voorgestelt over de Woorden Pauli Actor. XX. vers XXVIII.

      Leeuwarden, Hendrik Rintjes, en Hauke Egberts Haeringa 1669 - (portret, titelprent, 36) 611 (50) p. Origineel Perkament, 4° (vernieuwde schutbladen, titelprent en titelpagina aan de randen verstevigd, plaatselijk vochtvlekken)

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        Epitome commentariorum Moysis Armeni, de origine & regibus Armenorum et Pathorum, item series principum Iberiæ et Georgiæ, cum notis & observationibus. Accessit ejusdem epistola ad plur. reverend. & celeberrim. Doct. Ericum Benzelium de præsenti statu quarundam gentium orientalium. Stockholm, J. L. Horrn, 1723.

      4to. Pp. (iv), 108. Contemporary half calf, renewed paper covered boards, spien rubbed, new title label on spine. First edition. Comprises two parts, of which the first titled "Breve comment. de origine nationis Armenorum" is based on the writings of Movses Khoernatzi, known as the father of Armenian literature and believed to have lived in the 5th century. The second part "Series regum sive principum" is mainly based on Georgian manuscripts. Henrich Brenner (1669-1732), a Swedish philosopher and diplomat accompanied the Swedish envoy, Ludvig Fabricius, to Persia in 1697. The aim of the embassy was to establish trade relations between Persia and Sweden. Three years later on Brenner's return journey he was imprisoned in Russia until 1721. Due to the war between Charles XII and Peter I, the czar suspected that Brenner's mission might be connected with political secrets and therefore had Brenner arrested at Moscow. He was imprisoned for 21 years until the conclusion of the peace of Nystad. During his journey and the long imprisonment in Russia he had opportunity to study the languages and the cultures of Armenia, Dagestan, Georgia and Circassia. Brenner's extensive commentary of the "Epitome com. Moysis Armeni" indicates his broad knowledge of classical and oriental literature. At end a letter by Erik Benzelius, Archbishop in Uppsala at the time. Scarce. Zenker, BO ii, 2289. Svenskt Biografiskt Lexicon, 6

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        TER TRIA: OR THE DOCTRINE OF THE THREE SACRED PERSONS, FATHER, SON, & SPIRIT

      London: [s.n.], 1669. Second edition n. This curious volume holds two special sources of pleasure: the text, which is a poem by an Irish clergyman who backed Cromwell, and a binding that one could easily mistake for a 17th century survival. The wonderfully-named Faithful Teate (ca. 1627-65/66) was born in County Cavan to a staunch Puritan family (his clergyman father was also Faithful and, one presumes, faithful). The younger Faithful followed in his father's ecclesiastical footsteps, eventually receiving a benefice in Sudbury, Suffolk, where he composed "Ter Tria." Critics now regard his verse, here in the style of the metaphysical poets, as being on par with Herbert; some, like Angelina Lynch, have even gone so far to label his work a "neglected masterpiece." Poetizing must have run in the blood, as Faithful's son Nahum Tate was appointed poet laureate of England in 1692. Our replica binding is remarkable, highlighting technical virtuosity, aggressively delicate touch, and notably high standards of craft and materials. Dusel's modern interpretations of classic binding styles impress with their fidelity, and they often innocently deceive all but the most sophisticated collector. When Bernard Middleton, the dean of British book conservators, saw examples of Dusel's work in California, he is reported to have said he was going to go away and shoot himself. Dusel's bindings are not signed, but this is certainly his work (the volume was formerly in the inventory of the dealer who is one of the binder's chief clients). This is not a common book: we could trace only three copies at auction since 1975.. 145 x 90 mm. (5 3/4 x 3 1/2"). 4 p.l., 190 pp. Second edition. CONVINCING RETROSPECTIVE BLACK MOROCCO, EXUBERANTLY GILT, BY PHILIP DUSEL, covers with floral roll border and central panel with animated design of flowers and drawer handle tools in period style, raised bands, spine gilt in compartments with floral centerpieces, gilt titling, turn-ins with floral gilt roll, all edges gilt. Wing T-618. The headline word on both sides of perhaps thirty leaves cut into, not infrequent minor foxing, but a perfectly acceptable copy internally, with no fatal defects, and with the very decorative retrospective binding unworn. This curious volume holds two special sources of pleasure: the text, which is a poem by an Irish clergyman who backed Cromwell, and a binding that one could easily mistake for a 17th century survival. The wonderfully-named Faithful Teate (ca. 1627-65/66) was born in County Cavan to a staunch Puritan family (his clergyman father was also Faithful and, one presumes, faithful). The younger Faithful followed in his father's ecclesiastical footsteps, eventually receiving a benefice in Sudbury, Suffolk, where he composed "Ter Tria." Critics now regard his verse, here in the style of the metaphysical poets, as being on par with Herbert; some, like Angelina Lynch, have even gone so far to label his work a "neglected masterpiece." Poetizing must have run in the blood, as Faithful's son Nahum Tate was appointed poet laureate of England in 1692. Our replica binding is remarkable, highlighting technical virtuosity, aggressively delicate touch, and notably high standards of craft and materials. Dusel's modern interpretations of classic binding styles impress with their fidelity, and they often innocently deceive all but the most sophisticated collector. When Bernard Middleton, the dean of British book conservators, saw examples of Dusel's work in California, he is reported to have said he was going to go away and shoot himself. Dusel's bindings are not signed, but this is certainly his work (the volume was formerly in the inventory of the dealer who is one of the binder's chief clients). This is not a common book: we could trace only three copies at auction since 1975.

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        Titi Petronii arbitri equitis romani Satyricon, cum Fragmento nuper Tragurii reperto. Accedunt diversorum Poetarum Lusus in Priapum, Pervigilium Veneris, Ausonii cento nuptialis, Cupido crucifixus, Epistolae de Cleopatra, & alia nonnulla. Concinnante Michaele Hadrianide

      typis Ioannis Blaeu, Amstelodami 1669 - Bella legatura 800 in mz. vitello biondo con nervi, ricchi fregi e titolo oro su tassello al ds. Tagli colorati e carte di guardia marmorizzate. Ottimo esemplare. 8vo (cm. 19,4), 18 cc.nn. (compresi antiporta incisa su rame e frontis.), 558 pp., 21 cc.nn., 168 pp., 4 cc.nn.

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        Collection of manuscript documents in Spanish on paper relating to his death and estate.

      Talavera Folio, 100 ff.. 1669–79 Suárez de Toledo seems to have been a serious collector of oil portraits — including one of Hernando Cortés and one of the Queen of France — as well as of religious art, silver, and other “objets d'art.” The several inventories present in this cahier document his passion, with the other documents further telling the story of the complicated settlement of the estate by the heirs. Written by several notaries so hands are varied. Stitching starting to loosen. A very few leaves with small loss of text to a hungry rodent.

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        Observationes Medicae circa Morborum Acutorum Historiam et Curationem.

      FIRST EDITION. A founding work in epidemiology, and Sydenham?s first book. This work includes the most minute account of measles, its differentiation from scarlatina (which he named), an important account of smallpox, and an excellent description of scarlet fever. The book was a result of clinical notes kept between 1669 and 1674, after the Great Plague of London. In the preface, Sydenham set out his ideas for ambitious therapeutic reforms, exemplified in the text with respect to epidemic diseases, paying attention to one particular factor causing seasonal and annual variations. ?Sydenham?s studies in the geography and meteorology of epidemic diseases and the rhythmic periodicity of their recurrences make him, with Hippocrates and Baillou, one of the main founders of epidemiology? (Garrison).G&M 2198, 5075 (scarlet fever), 5407 (smallpox) & 5441.1 (measles). Wing S6314 (this is technically a third edition of the Methodus Curandi Febres, but is so altered and enlarged as to constitute a new work). Lilly, Notable Medical Books, 89. One Hundred Books Famous in Medicine (Exhibition Catalogue), 35. Meynell, Bibliography, 1.4. Norman catalogue 2038. For a further study of Sydenham?s theory of epidemics, see Major Greenwood in Proc. Roy. Soc. Med., XII, 55-76, 1919.8vo, pp. (liv), 425, 27 leaves, engraved frontispiece portrait by Blooteling after Mary Beale. Title within double ruled border. Contemporary vellum, a little marked, head of spine repaired at an early date, later paper label. Paper very slightly browned and some mild foxing, foxing stain on pp. 51-54, otherwise a very good copy.

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        De Getrouwe Harder, ofte Een Voorstel van alle de princepaelste Plichten die een Dienaer Jesu Christi waerneemen moet, Soo neffens hem selfs, als ds Heeren dierbaere Gemeynte. Voorgestelt over de Woorden Pauli Actor. XX. vers XXVIII.

      Leeuwarden, Hendrik Rintjes, en Hauke Egberts Haeringa 1669. (portret, titelprent, 36) 611 (50) p. Origineel Perkament, 4° (vernieuwde schutbladen, titelprent en titelpagina aan de randen verstevigd, plaatselijk vochtvlekken).

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        Kst.- Karte, n. Sanson b. Mariette, "Amerique Septentrionale Par N. Sanson . Revenue et changée . Par G. Sanson . 1669".

      - dat. 1669, 39,5 x 55,5 Pastoureau, Sanson V E, Nr. 213; Burden, Mapping of America, Nr. 404 ( first state ). - Oben links die Titelkartusche. Die Karte zeigt Nordamerika. Kalifornien ist als Insel dargestellt.

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        Two Discourses.

      

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        PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS, 1669.

      London, printed for John Martyn, 1669-1670.. 12 monthly issues bound together 1660-1670 (a complete year), NO TITLE PAGES, numbered 45-56, March 1669 - February 1670, printed for John Martyn, the printer\'s details are at the foot of the last page of each part. Small 4to, 5 folding engraved plates and 1 folding map, pages, 893-1142 plus 4 pages of table and 4 pages of publisher\"s catalogue, bound in contemporary blind panelled calf with ornaments at corners, rebacked with maroon label with gilt lettering and rules between raised bands. Binding scuffed and darkened near to spine, corners worn, light cup ring to upper cover, modern bookplate on first pastedown, neat ink name and date on first free endpaper, 3 small neat repairs to blank side of folding map, small neat repair to folding plate of the woman with the swollen breasts, small neat repair with archival tape to fold of Wren\'s engine and a few edges of outer margins of the plates are slightly ragged but not affecting the image, top edge of pages 1038 and 1039 have tears with slight loss of text, affecting the last words on the first 4-5 lines, mostly still legible, top margins slightly trimmed which occasionally affects the numbers, occasional light staining to upper margins, some outer margins a little dusty with the occasional small pale stain or fox spot, otherwise a good copy of a scarce item WHICH INCLUDES 2 ARTICLES CONNECTED WITH SIR ISAAC NEWTON, SEE THE BABSON REFERENCE BELOW. Some articles included in this volume are: A Summary Account of the Laws of Motion, communicated by Mr Christian Hugens in a letter to the R. Society, written in Latin; followed by, An Account Concerning the Resolution of Equations in Numbers imparted by Mr. John Collins; Tractatus de Corde, item de motu & Colore Sanguinis etc by Richard Lower; An Observation made at Paris , the 17th August 1668 at night by M. Hugen and Picart; Instructions Concerning the use of Pendulum -Watches for finding Longitude at Sea; Observations concerning Japan; Observations concerning Bath-Springs by Joseph Glandvill; Some inquiries concerning the Eruptions of Mount Aetna; A Description of Dr Christopher Wren\'s Engin, designed for grinding Hyperbolical Glasses; The extracts of two letters, one written from Paris concerning some transactions there relating to the transfusion of Blood; A Learned Treatise concerning the Doctrine of Motion by J. Wallis; Some Observations Concerning the Baroscope and Thermoscope by Wallis and Beal; An Account of a small tract, entitled Thomas Hobbes Quadratura Circuli etc; and many other short articles. See A Descriptive Catalogue of the Grace K. Babson Collection of the Works of Sir Isaac Newton, pages 54-55, [109], and also Printing and the Mind of Man, 148, A Voice for Science. \"The Philosophical Transactions was the earliest scientific journal, they consisted at first of a small monthly pamphlet of about 20 pages. The contents included extracts or paraphrases from letters written to Oldenburg or reports to the Society, and book reviews. It was about the middle of the eighteenth century that the responsiblity for the transactions was officially assumed by the Royal Society\". MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Middelburg panorama - Smallegange.

      Panorama van Middelburg uit de Nieuwe Cronyk van Zeeland, kopergravure uit 1669, door P.J. Mattheus Smallegange (1624 - 1740), Zeeuws historicus, genealoog en vertaler. Afm. (prent) 27 x 67 cm. Later met de hand gekleurd.Prijs: € 875,- (incl lijst, BTW margeregeling).

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        PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS, 1669.

      London, printed for John Martyn, 1669 - 1670.12 monthly issues bound together 1660 - 1670 (a complete year), NO TITLE PAGES, numbered 45 - 56, March 1669 - February 1670, printed for John Martyn, the printer's details are at the foot of the last page of each part. Small 4to, 5 folding engraved plates and 1 folding map, pages, 893 - 1142 plus 4 pages of table and 4 pages of publisher"s catalogue, bound in contemporary blind panelled calf with ornaments at corners, rebacked with maroon label with gilt lettering and rules between raised bands. Binding scuffed and darkened near to spine, corners worn, light cup ring to upper cover, modern bookplate on first pastedown, neat ink name and date on first free endpaper, 3 small neat repairs to blank side of folding map, small neat repair to folding plate of the woman with the swollen breasts, small neat repair with archival tape to fold of Wren's engine and a few edges of outer margins of the plates are slightly ragged but not affecting the image, top edge of pages 1038 and 1039 have tears with slight loss of text, affecting the last words on the first 4 - 5 lines, mostly still legible, top margins slightly trimmed which occasionally affects the numbers, occasional light staining to upper margins, some outer margins a little dusty with the occasional small pale stain or fox spot, otherwise a good copy of a scarce item WHICH INCLUDES 2 ARTICLES CONNECTED WITH SIR ISAAC NEWTON, SEE THE BABSON REFERENCE BELOW. Some articles included in this volume are: A Summary Account of the Laws of Motion, communicated by Mr Christian Hugens in a letter to the R. Society, written in Latin; followed by, An Account Concerning the Resolution of Equations in Numbers imparted by Mr. John Collins; Tractatus de Corde, item de motu & Colore Sanguinis etc by Richard Lower; An Observation made at Paris , the 17th August 1668 at night by M. Hugen and Picart; Instructions Concerning the use of Pendulum - Watches for finding Longitude at Sea; Observations concerning Japan; Observations concerning Bath - Springs by Joseph Glandvill; Some inquiries concerning the Eruptions of Mount Aetna; A Description of Dr Christopher Wren's Engin, designed for grinding Hyperbolical Glasses; The extracts of two letters, one written from Paris concerning some transactions there relating to the transfusion of Blood; A Learned Treatise concerning the Doctrine of Motion by J. Wallis; Some Observations Concerning the Baroscope and Thermoscope by Wallis and Beal; An Account of a small tract, entitled Thomas Hobbes Quadratura Circuli etc; and many other short articles. See A Descriptive Catalogue of the Grace K. Babson Collection of the Works of Sir Isaac Newton, pages 54 - 55, [109], and also Printing and the Mind of Man, 148, A Voice for Science. "The Philosophical Transactions was the earliest scientific journal, they consisted at first of a small monthly pamphlet of about 20 pages. The contents included extracts or paraphrases from letters written to Oldenburg or reports to the Society, and book reviews. It was about the middle of the eighteenth century that the responsiblity for the transactions was officially assumed by the Royal Society". MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        The Complete Chymical Dispensatory, in Five Books: Treating of All sorts of Metals, Precious Stones, and Minerals, of all Vegetables and Animals, and things that are taken from them, as Musk, Civet, &c. How rightly to know them, and how they are to be used in Physick; with their several Doses.

      London : Printed by John Darby for Richard Chiswell, and Robert Clavell, 1669 A very good copy of the 1st edition of Johann Shroder's work in English, translated by William Rowland. An extremely scarce work. Johann Shroder (1600-1664) was a German physician and pharmacologist and is credited as the first person to recognise arsenic as an element - producing it by heating its oxide in 1649. This work was published in Latin in 1662. This copy has been recently rebound in half leather with marbled boards. The spine has gilt lined raised bands and titles. New endpapers have been added. Contents: title page with ink signature of Wm Goodwin ('bought of Mrs Field') and John Hurnon; Dedication by William Rowland 3pp; Book I - Introduction pp 1-49; blank; Book 2 'Of the Shop' pp 51-147; blank; Book 3 'called Macrocosmology - treating of the Great World, or Mineralogy, Treating of Minerals' pp 149-283; blank; Book 4 'Phytologia' pp 385-505; Book 5 'Zoology' pp 506-545; Finis; blank; Table 11pp; publisher's advert 1p. The binding is in near fine condition. Internally pages have some brown toning (some darker than others - and some with light spotting) and there is darker tone to the top margins. P 207 lacks the corner tip and some pages have corners turned over. Contents generally very clean with just the odd mark.

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        D. Alphonsi de Olea ... Tractatus de cessione jurium et actionum ... Editio 5a, ab ipso auctore aucta et locupletata additionibus.

      Lugduni [i.e., Lyons]: sumpt. Laurentii Arnaud & Pedri Borde Folio (33 cm; 13"). [6] ff., 688, [64] pp.; [4] ff., 92 pp., [8] ff.. 1669 Olea saw the first edition of his work on European legal procedure, parties, substitution of parties, and assignment under Roman law published for the first time in 1601; subsequent editions, like this one still of the 17th century, followed. A final section with its pagination is the decisions of the Roman Rota ("Decisiones Sacrae rotae romanae, recentissimè recollectae per ... Io. Dominicvm Fantini"). Title-page printed in black and red, text in double-column format. Contemporary limp vellum with ties; a browned copy. Half-title cut down and mounted; title-leaf remargined. Worming in margins and in text, with loss of words and letters; occasionally a tear, occasionally an old marginal note.

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        A True and Exact Relation of the Late Prodigious Earthquake and Eruption of Mount AEtna, Or, Monte-Gibello: (see description for full title);

      London, T. Newcomb in the Savoy, 1669.: T Newcomb in the Savoy, 1669. Hardcover. Fine. Title: A True and Exact Relation of the Late Prodigious Earthquake and Eruption of Mount AEtna Or Monte-Gibello As it came in a Letter Written to His Majefty from Nales by the Right Honorable The Earle of Winchilfea His Majesties late Ambaffador at Conftantinople who in his Return from thence Vifiting Catania in the Ifland of Sicily was an Ey-witnefs of The Dreadfull Spectacle Together with a more particular Narrative of the fame as it is Collected out of feveral Relations fent from CATANIA." New coloured paper-covered boards with new end-papers pp. 38 Coll. A4 B4 C4 D4 it is possible that a plate may have been issued but one is not present cr. 8vo. (7.5" x 5.25") text pages a little brown and soiled expert repair to tear in lower corner of last leaf slightly affecting text otherwise fine

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        Vulcani Liebes-Garn, Teutsch beschrieben Durch Den Wohlgebornen Herrn, Herrn Frantz, Freyherrn von Wützenstein. Obrist-Wachtmeistern, aus der Streittenden Gesellschaft der Werhafften genant. Vertheilet In Vier Bücher. 6 Bl., 260 S. Mit doppelblattgr. gestoch. Titel und 10 Kupfertafeln. 12°. Halbpergamentbd im Stil d. Z.

      (Nürnberg, Hoffmann?), Gedruckt im Jahr 1669. - Seltene erste deutsche Ausgabe des erotischen Werks, von dem wir nur das Exemplar der Berliner Staatsbibliothek aus der Sammlung Meusebach nachweisen können (nur 8 Tafeln). Bekannter mythologischer Stoff über die penetrante Untreue der Aphrodite (hier mit Ares) und die trickreiche Entdeckung der Ehebrecher. Mit einer entschuldigenden Vorrede "An das Löbl. Frauen-Zimmer". Die Zuordnung zu Pallavicino als Autor erfolgte nach Sartori, Bibl. der Theresian. Academie, 1802, S. 312, in der dieser nach der unzweifelhaften Vorlage für Wützensteins Übersetzung 'Schicksal der lieben Bellimire und Corilanders' (1671) dieses Werk ebenfalls als aus dem Pallavicino übersetzt angibt, allerding mit dem Erscheinungsjahr 1671 und dem Zusatz: "Post mortem Il. Mss. reliquit, quae edi curavit Frater ejus". Diese Informationen wiederholen, mit anderen Jahreszahlen, die Angaben aus Jöcher IV 2088. Hausmann, 'Bibliographie der deutschen Übersetzungen aus dem Italienischen' bestätigt Pallavicinos 'La Rete di Vulcano', Venedig 1641 als Vorlage. Ferrante Pallavicino (1616-1644) galt als einer der geistvollsten Dichter und Satiriker im Italien des 17. Jahrhunderts. Doch seine teils pornographischen Werke sowie die Schriften gegen die katholische Geistlichkeit und die mächtige Familie Barberini wurden ihm zum Verhängnis. Ein gedungener Verräter lockte den Dichter nach Avignon, wo er verhaftet, des Atheismus angeklagt und 1644 nach einem Scheinprozeß im Alter von 31 Jahren wegen seiner pornographischen und antiklerikalen Schriften enthauptet wurde. Über Wützenstein ist fast nichts bekannt. Er soll aus der Krain stammen. Im DBA werden als Erwähnungsdaten nur die Jahre 1671 und 1687 genannt. Auch über eine 'Streittende Gesellschafft', deren Mitglied Wützenstein unter dem Namen 'Der Werhaffte' gewesen sein soll, können wir nichts ermitteln. – Gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig, eine Lage im Satzspiegel stärker. Leicht ausgebunden. Titel mit radiertem Besitzvermerk und Papierverlust außerhalb des Drucks. Kupfertitel mit kleinen hinterlegten Fehlstellen. – VD17 1:665715U. Hayn/G VI 10. Hausmann, Bibliographie der deutschen Übersetzungen aus dem Italienischen, 0850. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Le tombeau de la fausse theologie (1-IV) extermine par la veritable venant du Saint Esprit, avancee en certaines missives ecrites a diverses personnes. 4 parts in 1 vol.

      Amsterdam 1669-1672. (6)+215+(8)+213+(7)+228+(12)+308 pages pp. With gray spota on first app 30 pages, Seperate titelleaves for each part. Bound in a contemporary full vellum. With some wear and light spottet. Old autographic writing in inside frontboard and on endpapers. First Edition.. 15062325

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        Vangiones Partie Meridionale de L'Archevesché De Mayence Estats Des Princes Palatins De Zweybruck ou Deux-Ponts dans le Palatinat Du Rhein. Par le Sr. Sanson Geographe ordinaire du Roy A Paris. Chez Pierre Mariette Rue St. Iacques à l'Esperance. Avec Privilege pour Vingt Ans. 1669.':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich b. Nicolas Sanson d' Abbeville in Paris, dat. 1669, 41 x 47,5 Hellwig/Reiniger/Stopp, Landkarten der Pfalz am Rhein, 1513-1803, S. 265. - Zeigt die Pfalz zwischen Rheinzabern, Worms-Pfeddersheim, Meisenheim, St. Wendel und Saarbrücken mit dem Saasrlauf. - Mittig Zweibrücken und Kaiserslautern. - Unten links Titelkartusche. - Unten rechts Meilenzeiger. - Selten! (hochauflösende Bilder auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - high resolution pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        HOMER HIS ILIADS [and] HOMER HIS ODYSSES Translated, Adorn'd With Sculpture, and Illustrated with Annotations, by John Ogilby

      London: by James Flesher for the Author, 1669. Bound together as one large volume. The second printings of Ogilby?s translations of both the ILIADS and the ODYSSES. The Iliads with a title-page in red and black, and 43 [of 47] magnificent plates by Hollar, Lampart, and others, engraved head- and tailpieces and initials throughout, without the portraits of Ogilby and Homer. The Odysses with title-page in red and black and 23 engraved plates [without the Ogilby portrait which is a repeat of the portrait in the Iliads or the portrait of Charles II which is very rarely if ever encountered], engraved head- and tailpieces and initials throughout. Royal folio [385x260mm], bound in the original contemporary calf, the covers with double fillet rules at the borders, the spine with raised bands. title, [42], 520. [ii], 358 pp. A rare copy of this magnificently illustrated Homer still retaining its original binding and without repairs. This copy was used throughout the centuries and has occasional closed tears or others with some loss, a title-age detached and present, there is some staining here and there typical to books that have been well used over the centuries. The binding has wear and some chipping or loss to the extremities at the spine tips, edges and corners. A copy highly unusual in that it has no repairs or re-backing and a reasonable copy including both of these great books, retaining virtually all of their original engraved illustrations and with rather typical loss to the textblock and the expected faults. HIGHLY IMPORTANT PRINTINGS IN ENGLISH OF TWO GREAT BOOKS OF THE ANCIENT WORLD. EXTENSIVELY ILLUSTRATED WITH ORIGINAL ENGRAVINGS. Ogilby's illustrated books and maps are perfect examples of the English baroque taste. It was Ogilby's illustrated edition of the ILIAD that first captured Pope's imagination as a schoolboy and would have led ultimately to his own celebrated translation of Homer. Johnson's tells how Pope was 'first regularly initiated in poetry by the perusal of Ogilby's HOMER, and Sandys's OVID,' and that as a schoolboy 'he formed a kind of play from Ogilby's ILIAD, with some verses of his own intermixed, which he persuaded his school-fellows to act, with the addition of his master's gardener, who personated Ajax' (quoted in the catalogue to the Garden Sale, Sotheby's New York, November 1989). The unsinkable John Ogilby, 1600-1676, never let adversity get the best of him. After surviving the loss of all his worldly possessions in Dublin in 1641 during the civil war, nearly being blown up and shipwrecked, he settled in London where he published books. Although the great fire of 1666 destroyed both his house and his book stock, it could not destroy his determination. Ogilby rebuilt his house and set up a large printing establishment. Ogilby has been referred to as "the English De Bry", as his works are similar in their objects, compilations and mode of illustration.

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        Grundfeste Des Heil. Römischen Reichs Teutscher Nation, Aus dem 8. Artic. des Ossabrückischen Friedenschlusses vorgestellet, und in Druck gegeben Durch Eitel Friederich von Herden, Lt. Neben itziger Röm Keys. Majest. Capitulation, und beygefügten Actu Processionis & Propositionis auff instenhenden Reichstag zu Regenspurg dieses 1663. Jahrs (Beigebunden:) Vorrede der Keyserl. Gesandtschafft bey der Reichs-Tags-Proposition So gesehen Durch den Herrn Grafen von Wolckenstein, zu Regenspurg den 10. (20.) Januarii Anno 1663. Darbei auch Ihr Hoch-Fürstliche Gnade Schluss-Red.

      Frankfurt , Tohmas Matthias Götz,, Frankfurt, (o. Dr.), 1669 - Frankfurt, (o. Dr.), Frankfurt , Tohmas Matthias Götz, 1669. 16x9 cm. Frontispiz, 5 Bl., 423 S., 19 n.n. S. Register, 1 w. Bl. mit 1 gefalt. Tabelle; Titelbl., 7 n.n. S., 15 S. mit 1 gefalt. Tabelle. Pgt.-Bd. der Zeit mit hs. Rückentitel. VD17 32:647392D. - (Schliessbänder ausgerissen. Name auf Innendeckel. Papier gebräunt. Wenige Bleistiftunterstreichungen). Sprache: Deutsch Pgt.-Bd. der Zeit mit hs. Rückentitel.

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        Amerique Septentrionale

      Paris: Chez Pierre Mariette, 1669. Copper-engraved map, in very good condition. The most important French map of North America of its generation, produced by the country's most esteemed family of cartographers This very influential map was the official successor to Nicolas Sanson's 1650 map of North America. When Nicolas Sanson, regarded as the father of the renaissance of cartography under Louis XIV, died in July, 1667, he left his flourishing business in the care of his eldest son Guillaume. The younger Sanson continued his father's partnership with the Mariette family, who were prominent Parisian printers. Guillame was determined to publish a new, updated edition of his father's Cartes Generales de toutes parties du Monde, the first French general atlas, originally published in 1657. The map of North America that appeared in the atlas, although masterful, was now considered to be geographically outdated. The present map, which appeared in the second edition of the atlas, featured updated toponymy, and is geographically based on Nicolas Sanson's wall map of 1666 (of which only two copies survive). While California is shown to be an island, in line with popular perception, unlike the map from 1650, it no longer attempts to build a geographical mythology in the place of the Pacific Northwest, which was then totally unknown. Appropriately the magnificent baroque title cartouche, which features swags and ribbons held aloft by putti, has been placed to fill this enigmatic space. Cartographically the map appears to be based on Sanson's maps of "Le Canada, ou Nouvelle France" and "Le Nouveau Mexique, et La Floride." Lake Erie is shown in a recognizable form and the entire Great Lakes network is shown in greater detail than his father's map, although the western lakes are still open-ended. On the East coast, Long Island is shown and the shape of the Outer Banks is improved. Several Indian tribes are identified in New Mexico where the R. del Norte (Rio Grande) mistakenly flows from an interior lake and empties into the Mar Vermeio ou Mer Rouge (Gulf of California). Iceland now appears in the Atlantic, as well as a bit of Britain. The map proved to be highly successful, and was sourced on numerous occasions by other mapmakers. The present copy is an example of Burden's first state of the map; a second state would be issued in 1690. Burden, The Mapping of North America I , 404; (first state) McCorkle, New England in Early Printed Maps , 669.4; McLaughlin, California as an Island, 45; Wagner, Cartography of the Northwest Coast of America , 399; Tooley, California as an Island 8.

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        Dissertatio epistolica de bombyce. Mit 12 gefalteten Kupfertafeln.

      London, Allestry 1669 - 5 Bl., 100 S. 22,5 x 17,5 cm. Neuerer Pappband mit Rückenschild (vorderes Gelenk angeplatzt). Sehr seltene erste Ausgabe des bedeutenden Frühwerks der vergleichenden Anatomie. – Krivatsky 7334 – Norman 14 28 – Garrison-Morton: “Malpighi’s work on the silkworm represents the first monograph on an invertebrate and records one of the most striking pieces of research work on his part. He dissected the silkworm under the microscope with great skill and observed its intricat structure; before the appearance of this work the silkworm was believed not to have internal organs.” – Titel fleckig, mit hinterlegter Fehlstelle und mit Tusche nachgezogenem Verfassernamen, nur teilweise leicht gebräunt, 2 Tafeln schwach wasserrandig. First edition. – With 12 fold. engr. plates. Later boards (front hinge partly burst). – Title-page stained, with restored loss, name of author retraced with ink, 2 plates slightly dampstained, slightly browned in places. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Denckwürdige Gesandtschafften der Ost-Indischen Gesellschaft in den Vereinigten Niederlandern, an unterschiedliche Keyser von Japan.

      Amsterdam, Meurs, 1669. - Folio, circa 31,5 x 20,5 cm. Kupfertitel, 3 Bll., 443 SS., 4 Bll., 1 gefaltete gestochene Karte, 24 (4 mehrfach gef.) Kupfertafeln, 70 Kupferstiche im Text Pergament d. Zt. Ebert 14293; Tiele 762; Cox I, 326. Erste deutsche Ausgabe des reich illustrierten Werkes, das im selben Jahr auch auf holländisch erschien und neben grossen Stadtansichten von Batavia, Jedo (Tokyo), Miako (Kyoto), Osaka und Kagosia auch Kostüme, historische Ereignisse, Feste, Götter, Naturkatastrophen u.a. zeigt. Der Historiker Montanus (Arnold van den Berghe, 1625-1683) erwarb zusammen mit dem Verleger Jacob van Meurs verschiedene Berichte von holländischen Seeleuten, die bei den beiden Gesandtschaftsreisen von 1649 und 1661 nach Japan beteiligt gewesen waren. Diese Quellen ergänzte Montanus um Informationen aus anderen Werken. - Gut erhalten, Titel mit älterer Stempelrasur und darüber dem Stempel des böhmischen Reisenden Joe Hloucha. Zwei Tafeln mit kleinen, unauffälligen Einrissen ohne Verlust, nur zu Beginn mit schmalem, kleinem Wasserrand, nur am Ende die letzten Registerblätter gebräunt und etwas stockig, sonst ein ungewöhnlich schönes und sauberes Exemplar!. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        La gloria gareggiante col merito nell'incoronazione del serenissimo Cesare Gentile duce della Repubblica Serenissima di Genova.

      Per Benedetto Celle 1669 - In-folio (29,5x21 mm.), pp. 26. Antiporta con stemma dei Gentile magnificamente inciso in rame. Testo incorniciato da bordura xilografica. Bella legatura coeva in piena pergamena semi-floscia. Perfetto esemplare di operetta molto rara e piccolo capolavoro di tipografia barocca. E' inoltre l'unico esemplare noto di una variante sconosciuta ai bibliografi e al repertorio SBN; il nostro esemplare presenta infatti 10 pagine in più, ovvero la segnatura A6; B-C4 in luogo di A-B4, il formato dell'in-folio in luogo dell'in-quarto, l'arma dei Gentile in luogo dell'effigie del Grimaldi fatta da G.B. Bonacina. Bibliografia: Manno, VI, 22973 (cita unicamente la diversa variante in più piccolo formato e minore numero di pagine). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Kununga ok höfdinga styrilse hoc est regum principumque institutio ab incerto auctore gentis sueticæ ante sæcula nonnulla patrio sermone conscripta.

      Quam ex mandato illustrissimi regni cancellarii comitis Magni Gabr. De-la Gardie &c. &c. In sermonem latinum vertit, notisq'; necessariis illustravit Joannes Schefferus argentoratentis. Sthlm, N. Wankivius, 1669. Folio. Grav. front,(14),234,(1) s. + (SNORRE STURLASSON) Norlandz chrönika och beskriffning: hwaruthinnan förmähles the äldste historier om Swea och Götha rijken/ sampt Norrie/ och een-deels om Danmarck/ och om theres wilkår och tilstånd. Sammanfattad och ihopa dragen aff åthskilliga trowärdiga bööker/ skriffter och handlingar. Visingsborg, J. Kankel, 1670. Folio. (12),26,26-104,(1 blank),105-10,1-376,378-504,506-23,(1 blank,7) s. Med en helsides träsnittsillustration föreställande riksvapnet på det näst sista preliminärbladet. Med en inklistrad rättelselapp i marginalen på s. 108 i första pagineringsföljden. + HYLTENIUS-(SILFVERSKIÖLD), NICOLAUS. Panegyricus regum maximo seculique sui potentissimo dn. Carolo Gustavo Svecorum Gothorum ac Wandalorum regi, magno principi Finlandiæ, duci Scaniæ, Esthoniæ, Careliæ, Bremæ, Verdæ, Stetini-Pomeranorum et Wandaliæ, principi Rugiæ, domino Ingriæ et Wismariæ, nec non comiti palatino ad Rhenum, Bavariæ, Juliaci, Cliviæ et Montium duci, &c. consecratus: et Ubsaliæ ipsis idibus februarii, qvibus augustissimum illud septentrionis sidus superiori hyeme Gothoburgi occidisset, dictus. U.o, (1661). Folio. (32) s. Ganska nött men stiligt samtida skinnbd med upphöjda bind och rikt guldornerad rygg samt titeltext: "Konunga: styrelse. och sagur". Stänkta snitt. Ryggskinnet naggat överst och frampärmens nedre ytterhörn med skada. Bakpärmen med mindre men djup repa. Lite svaga inre falsar. Titelsidan till det första arbetet med en gammal bläcknumrering i övre marginalen. Detta arbete har endast några enstaka obetydliga fläckar. Det andra arbetet har några fuktfläckar i inre marginalen och en bit in i texten på s. 1-3 och 6-9 samt i den inre marginalen på s. 365-71. En reva i övre marginalen på s. 351 och i yttermarginalen på s. 422 samt fläck i yttermarginalen på s. 374-75 och fuktfläckar på s. 389-95 respektive 412-17. Sista arbetet något lagerfläckigt och med ett par minimala maskhål i övre yttre hörnet mot slutet. Enligt en skriven innehållsförteckning på främre pärmens insida är två små arbeten diskret urtagna ur volymen. Med O. Kumblæus namnteckning och Lars P. Hülphers namnstpl.. Collijn Sveriges bibliografi 1600-talet 462 respektive 367-68 för det två första arbetena. Warmholtz Bibliotheca historica Sueo-Gothica 2698, Almqvist Johann Kankel 6, Fiske Icelandic collection s. 539 och Afzelius Svenska skrifter rörande Island s. 48 för det andra arbetet. Warmholtz Bibliotheca historica Sueo-Gothica 4826 och Åhlén & Åhlén Censur och tryckfrihet 16.52 för det avslutande arbetet. Exemplar av det första arbetet med den ovanliga extra hyllningsdikten av N. Heinsius. Frontespisen graverades av Dionysius Padt Brugge efter förlaga av David Klöcker Ehrenstrahl. Den föreställer den unga Karl XI styrande skeppet Sverige. Texten utgavs första gången av J. T. Bureus 1634 och trycktes om 1650. Det manuskript Bureus använt för sin utgåva var inte längre tillgängligt, så Schefferus fick utgå ifrån den tryckta texten till Bureus utgåva och förse den med latinsk parallelltext, dock inte utan att införa ett flertal förbättringar. Arbetet är en uppfostringslära för en ung kung skriven under svensk medeltid. Det kan vara författad för Magnus Eriksson ca 1330. Författaren är okänd, men troligen är verket en bearbetning av den italienska teologen och författaren Colonnas "De regimine principum" som var avsedd för Filip den sköne av Frankrike. Även om texten bygger på utländska förlagor är den både språkligt och innehållsmässigt en mycket lyckad och självständigt hållen bearbetning. Handskriften kom antagligen från Vadstena kloster. Schefferus edition utfördes på uppdrag av Magnus Gabriel De la Gardie som också bekostade tryckningen. Rättelselappen i det andra arbetet nämns inte i den bibliografiska litteraturen, men finns i minst två olika sättningar, varav denna har stavningen "affattat". Översatt och utgiven av Jonas Rugman. Med förord av Daniel Gyldenstolpe och "Hugonis Grotij företal på göthernes/ wänders och longobarders historia" som upptar över 100 sidor. Detta är den första tryckta utgåvan av Snorre Sturlassons "Heimskringla". De sista arbetet inleds med en tryckt dedikation till Karl XI och avslutas med en hyllningstext till Hyltenius som författats av Christian Ravius. Nicolaus Hyltenius (1635-1702) adlades Silverskiöld 1686. Han läste i skolan på Visingsö och studerade sedan vid Uppsala universitet. Han disputerade 1658 över Hugo Grotius men blev aldrig promoverad, utan "utförde i stället en oration 13 febr 1661 över den året innan avlidne Karl X Gustav, på årsdagen av kungens död. För att ha framgång måste en student skaffa sig mäktiga beskyddare, s k patroner, och S önskade väcka uppmärksamhet i kungahuset och hos den ledande i Karl XI:s förmyndarregering, Magnus Gabriel de la Gardie (bd 10), som var universitetets kansler. S kom dock i strid med konsistoriet genom sin dristighet att dedicera orationen till Karl XI och utan tillåtelse påbörja dess tryckning. S vädjade till kanslern, som ansåg att S skulle få trycka sitt tal utan dedikation. Märkligt nog skedde tryckningen trots detta med dedikation" skriver "Svenskt biografiskt lexikon". 1667 utnämndes han till professor i svensk och dansk rätt vid Lunds nya universitet. Sannolikt är det kyrkoherden i Rättvik Olof Kumblæus (1663-1731) som skrivit sitt namn i boken. Lars Petter Hülphers (1746-1800) var bror till den mer kände Abraham. Han var handlare och rådman i Västerås. Boksamlingen såldes troligen efter en skriven förteckning 1808

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        Amerique Septentrionale

      Paris: Chez Pierre Mariette, 1669. Copper-engraved map, period hand-colouring in outline. A lovely, rich impression of the first state of among the most important French maps of North America of the second half of the 17th century, produced by the country's most esteemed family of cartographers. This very influential map was the official successor to Nicolas Sanson's 1650 map of North America. When Nicolas Sanson, regarded as the father of the renaissance of cartography under Louis XIV, died in July, 1667, he left his flourishing business in the care of his eldest son Guillaume. The younger Sanson continued his father's partnership with the Mariette family, who were prominent Parisian printers. Guillame was determined to publish a new, updated edition of his father's Cartes Generales de toutes parties du Monde, the first French general atlas, originally published in 1657. The map of North America that appeared in the atlas, although masterful, was now considered to be geographically outdated. The present map, which appeared in the second edition of the atlas, featured updated toponymy, and is geographically based on Nicolas Sanson's wall map of 1666 (of which only two copies survive). While California is shown to be an island, in line with popular perception, unlike the map from 1650, it no longer attempts to build a geographical mythology in the place of the Pacific Northwest, which was then totally unknown. Appropriately the magnificent baroque title cartouche, which features swags and ribbons held aloft by putti, has been placed to fill this enigmatic space. Cartographically the map appears to be based on Sanson's maps of "Le Canada, ou Nouvelle France" and "Le Nouveau Mexique, et La Floride." Lake Erie is shown in a recognizable form and the entire Great Lakes network is shown in greater detail than his father's map, although the western lakes are still open-ended. On the East coast, Long Island is shown and the shape of the Outer Banks is improved. Several Indian tribes are identified in New Mexico where the R. del Norte (Rio Grande) mistakenly flows from an interior lake and empties into the Mar Vermeio ou Mer Rouge (Gulf of California). Iceland now appears in the Atlantic, as well as a bit of Britain. The map proved to be highly successful, and was sourced on numerous occasions by other mapmakers. The present copy is an example of Burden's first state of the map; a second state would be issued in 1690. Burden, The Mapping of North America I , 404; (first state) McCorkle, New England in Early Printed Maps , 669.4; McLaughlin, California as an Island, 45; Wagner, Cartography of the Northwest Coast of America , 399; Tooley, "California as an Island," 8 in Tooley, The Mapping of America.

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        Theatro moral de la vida humana, en cien emblemas; con el enchiridion de Epicteto, &c. y la tabla de Cebes, philosofo platonico.

      Brüssel: : Foppens . -1673. Mischauflage 1669 - Ledereinband d. Zt. auf 6 echen Bünden u. reicher Goldprägung. , Folio, 10 Bll., 207 S.; 4 Bll., 50 S, 1 Bl.; 27 S., mit einem ganzs. getochenen Porträt van Veens als Frontispiz, sowie 102 emblematische Kupfer, im 2. Teil ein großes Titelkupfer und im 3. Teil eine große Falttafel 'Tabula de Cebes', 3 Bde. in 1, Frühe spanische Ausgabe, des so erstmals 1669 bei Fossens in Brüssel erschienenen Werkes. 'Theatro moral de la vida.' 1672, erster Anhang 'Epicteto' Erstausgabe von 1669, zweiter Anhang 'Cebes' 1673. - Die ersten 3 - 4 Blätter mit dunklem Rand. ansonsten kaum gebräunt. Das vordere Rückengelenk kaum sichtbar angeplatzt. Insgesamt betrachtet ein vollständiges Exemplar in einem sehr guten Zustand. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Land-Lords Law: A Treatise Very fit for the perusal of most Men Being A Collection of several Cases in the Law concerning Leases As also touching Distresses, Replevins, Rescous and Waste in debate between Land-Lord and Tenant Wing M1804

      London: Printed for John Place . . . and Thomas Basset [etc.], 1669. Contemporary sheep, rebacked, somewhat rubbed, the first blank chipped, light browning, else quite a clean copy An early edition of the first work on the English law of landlord and tenant, especially important to the history of English land law, reflecting England's unique position among European countries in the amount of land cultivated by leasehold

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        Synopsis criticorum aliorumque S. Scripturae interpretum (5 volume set)

      London: Typis J. Flesher & T. Roycroft, 1669-01-01. First Edition. Hardcover. Acceptable. 4 volumes in 5. 43 cm, folios. Contemporary Cambridge style leather binding. Modern rudimentary rebacked spines. Vol. 1. front board nearly detached. Hinges cracked. Scattered foxing, margin stains. Early signatures of: Samuel Moseley, 1730; William Graves, 1794. (Moseley is presumed to be the Reverend Samuel Moseley, 1709-1791; pastor of the Hampton Congregational Church from 1734 to 1791. Graves (1766-1813) is presumed to be the pastor of Woodstock, CT). Additional early signature of Dan Cooper. Newton Theological Institution library markings on front paste downs. Matthew Poole (1624-1679) was an English Nonconformist theologian. He is best known for this work, Synopsis Criticorum Biblicorum, where he presents the view of 150 biblical critics (Catholic, Rabbinical, etc.) Poole attempted to bring together all that had been written to illustrate the Scripture throughout the ages. -DNB. An important early English (Puritan) source of religious commentary. "An elaborate and much-esteemed work, on which the author spent ten years. It consolidates with great skill and conciseness all the Critici Sacri of the London edition into one continued comment, besides many valuable additions from the authors of note..." Lowndes IV, p. 1912. Wing P2853.

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        Dissertatio Epistolica de Bombyce, Societati Regiae, Londini ad Scientiam Naturalem promovendam institutae, dicata.

      London, J. Martyn et J. Allestry, 1669. - in-4. 5ff. 100pp. + 12 pl. Vélin souple (Reliure de l'époque). Edition Originale de cet ouvrage classique, le premier consacré à un animal invertébré, du grand médecin et naturaliste italien Marcello Malpighi (1628-1694). Malpighi fut premier médecin du pape Innocent XII et l'un des grands scientifiques de son temps. On lui doit plusieurs découvertes réalisées, notamment, par l'utilisation du microscope. "Malpighi's work on the silkworm represents the first monograph on an invertebrate and records one of the most striking pieces of research work on his part. He dissected the silkworm under the micoscope with great skill and observed its intricate structure; before the appearance of this worm the silkworm was believed to have no internal organs" (Garrison-Morton). 12 grandes planches dépliantes. Bel exemplaire dans sa première reliure en vélin. Garrison-Morton, 293. Frati, Bibliografia Malpighiana, 20. Norman Catalogue, 1428. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Ubii, ubi antea Sunici/Partie Du Dioecese, Et Archevché De Cologne./Duché de Iuliers. Par le Sr Sanson d'Abbeville Geogr. ordre de S.M. Avecq Privilege pour Vingt Ans. 1669 à Paris Chez P. Mariette rue S Iacques':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich v. N. + G. Sanson aus Cartes particulieres de la France . b. Pierre Mariette in Paris, dat. 1669, 44 x 52 Pastoureau, Les Atlas Francais XVI.-XVII. Siècles, S. 402., Sanson VI, 104. - 2. Zustand dieser Karte, erstmalig in dem genannten Atlas erschienen. - Zeigt das Herzogtum Jülich mit dem Gebiet Nettetal-Krickenbeck, Schleyden, Linnich und Jülich im Zentrum. - Düren, Jülich, Köln, Neuss u. Aachen durch Befestigungspläne hervorgehoben. - Selten! (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Kst.- Karte, n. G. und N. Sanson d. Abbevile b. Pierre Mariette, "Atlantis Insula . 1669".

      - dat. 1669, 39,7 x 56 Burden, The Mapping of North America, Nr. 405 ( state 1 of 5 ). - Die Titelkartusche befindet sich rechts unten. Mit Californien als Insel dargestellt.

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        Kst.- Karte, n. G. Sanson b. Mariette, "Le Chili . 1669".

      - dat. 1669, 40 x 45,5 Pastoureau, Sanson V A. - Die Titelkartusche befindet oben links. Die Karte zeigt Zentralchile. Im Norden noch Huasco, im Süden Osorno. Schöne Karte mit zahlreichen Ortsnamen.

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        BADEN-WÜRTTEMBERG. - Karte. "La Souabe ou sont les Estats et Souverainetés".

      - Grenzkol. Kupferstich nach Sanson bei P. Mariette, Paris, dat. 1669, 40 x 41 cm. 1. Zustand der seltenen Karte. - Zeigt Baden Württemberg bis zum Neckar im Norden und Bayerisch - Schwaben bis zum Lech. - Mit Titelkartusche links unten.

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        Newes Wunder-Liecht und weltberühmbter Himmelsglantz, von der seraphischen Flammen S. Francisci bestrahlet, und scheinbar außgegossen. Durch die gantze Römisch-Catholische . Kirchen im Leben, Tugend, Gnadenwahl unnd Wunderwercken des . heiligen Petri von Alcantara,. ehrnbietig beobachtet. von den Franciscaner Vättern der reformirten Bayrischen Provintz. Beschriben und gemehrt. zum andernmal getruckt. München, L. Straub 1670. 8°. 7 Bll., 236 S., 2 (d.l.w.) Bll., mit illustr. Kupfertitel (dat. 1669), Ldr. über Holzdeckeln d. Zt.

      - Nicht im VD 17 (vgl. VD17 12:117506R Ausg. 1669 mit 211 S.) - vgl.Kobolt 343 - Jöcher 1, 226 - Wetzer-W. IX, 1880ff.- Sehr seltene, zweite vermehrte Auflage von dem Leben und Wunder des spanischen Mystikers und franziskanischen Ordensreformators Petrus von Alcantara (1499 - 1562), besorgt von dem aus Wiener Neustadt stammenden Priester Fortunatus Hueber (1639-1706).- Das Titelkupfer v. Michael Wening n. Caspar Amort.- Etw. braunfleckig, Ebd. beschabt, Gelenke mit Wurmspuren, Schließen fehlen.

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        De luce Hominum & Brutorum Libri III (tres). Novis rationibus, & raris historiis secundùm illustrati.

      Matthias Godicchenius/ Petrus Haubold, Kopenhagen 1669 - Kl.-8vo. Mit Titelvign. in Holzschnitt. Titel in Rot u. Schwarz. 12 Bl., 531 S., 22 Bl. Schlichte moderne Pp. Farbiger Schnitt. Zweite Ausgabe dieser frühen Schrift zur Biolumineszens (Erstausgabe 1647 unter dem Titel "De luce animalium") des dänischen Arztes, Anatomen und Mathematikers Thomas Bartholin (1616-1680). - Der meist beigebundene, auf dem Vortitel erwähnte Titel zum selben Thema v. Gesner (82 S.) hier nicht vorhanden. - Nur vereinzelt leicht gebräunt o. fleckig. gr.

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