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2017-07-16 10:54:06
Trial; Murder; Great Britain
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB [Clark, NJ, U.S.A.]
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2017-07-16 00:28:06
Ménestrier, Claude Francois.
Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-07-16 00:28:06
Ménestrier, Claude Francois.
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.
Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller
2017-07-13 10:03:34
Salvian of Marseilles and Vincent of Lérins
Fransiscus Muguet, Paris 1669 - x, 452 pp, (index:32). Original mottled calf. Spine in elaborately gilt decorated panels between raised bands including title panel. Shelf wear and some scuffing to cover corners. Top of spine rubbed at left corner, rubbing at foot of spine. Original endpapers. Title page with vignette design, and attractive printer's devices throughout. Slight age toning to interior, but the text block is in very good condition, and this volume preserves in excellent condition a charming example of the printer's craft in the seventeenth century. The text was prepared by the French scholar Étienne Baluze (1630-1718), or Stephanus Baluzius. From the library of Cardinal Paul Cullen (1803-78). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Stonechat Editions
2017-07-13 03:09:52
Vincent, Thomas.
The Third Edition. London, Printed for George Calvert and Samuel Sprint, 1669. Small Octavo. 6 unnumbered pages (incl. Titlepage), 264 pages [collation complete]. 19th century Hardcover. Front board cleanly detached. Inkstain to titlepage. Tears without loss of text to pages 1 - 4, small damage to outer margin of text on page 59/60. Name of female preowner verso titlepage (dated April 1695). Extremely scarce and highly unusual in a signed edition. Thomas Vincent (May 1634 – 15 October 1678) was an English Puritan minister and author. He is referenced as a main character featured in "The Living," by Anthony Clarvoe, a play about 1665 plague London.nThomas Vincent, the second son of John Vincent and elder brother of Nathaniel Vincent (both also prominent ministers), was born at Hertford in May 1634. After passing through Westminster School, and Felsted grammar school in Essex, he entered as a student at Christ Church, Oxford, in 1648, matriculated 27 February 1651, and graduated B.A. 16 March 1652, M.A. 1 June 1654, when he was chosen catechist. Leaving the university, he became chaplain to Robert Sidney, 2nd Earl of Leicester. In 1656 he was incorporated at Cambridge. He was soon put into the sequestered rectory of St. Mary Magdalene, Milk Street, London (he was probably ordained by the sixth London classis), and held it till the Uniformity Act of 1662 ejected him.nnHe retired to Hoxton, where he preached privately, and at the same time assisted Thomas Doolittle [nonconformist minister] in his school at Bunhill Fields. During 1665, the year of the Great Plague of London, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Time Traveller's Bookshop
2017-07-05 10:22:43
Frankreich.-
1669 Mit kolorierter Titelkartusche unten links unten Meilenanzeiger unten rechts.- Etwas gebräunt. Versand D: 5,00 EUR
Bookseller: Antiquariat Schramm
2017-07-05 10:22:43
Frankreich.-
1669. Mit kolorierter Titelkartusche unten links unten Meilenanzeiger unten rechts.- Etwas gebräunt. Gewicht in Gramm: 500
Bookseller: Antiquariat Daniel Schramm e.K. [Kiel, Germany]
2017-07-04 21:01:15
Konungastyrelsen]
1669 - Stockholm, N. Wankivius, 1669. Folio. Engraved front,(14),234,(1) pp. Contemporary marbled calf with raised bands, spine richly decorated in gilt (partly oxidized), sprinkled edges. Minor worming at top of rear joint, covers with some shallow worming, in particular on the front. Old ink numberings and a crossed-out signature on front pastedown. A few minor tears in upper margin on p. 1. Occasional insignificant foxing and spotting. A very good copy from Biby Manor in Södermanland, Sweden.Collijn Sveriges bibliografi 1600-talet 462. This copy with the rare extra celebratory poem by N. Heinsius. Front engraved by Dionysius Padt Brugge from an original by David Klöcker Ehrenstrahl. It depicts the young Charles XI at the helm of the ship of Sweden. The text was first published by J. T. Bureus in 1634 and reprinted in 1650. The manuscript used by Bureus was no longer available, and Schefferus had to work with the printed text in Bureus' edition, to which he nonetheless made several improvements and added a parallel text in Latin. The work is a mirror for princes written during the Swedish Middle Ages. It may have been written for King Magnus Eriksson c. 1330. The author is unknown, but the work is probably an adaptation of "De regimine principum" by the Italian theologian and writer Colonna, which was written for Philip IV of France. Although the text is based on foreign models it is both in language and content a very successful and original adaptation. The manuscript probably originated from Vadstena Abbey in the southern part of Sweden. Schefferus' edition was made by … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Mats Rehnström Rare Books SVAF, ILAB [Sweden]
2017-07-02 11:19:14
2 Bücher in einem. Buch 1: 454 S. Buch 2:444 S. Der Erden Eitelkeit Der Höllen Gerechtigkeit Des Himmels Glückseeligkeit.übersetzt von Johann JakobFreyen/Dienern.(1669)Verlag Johannes König. Einband stark berieben und bestoßen. Fleckig und etwas schmutzig. 2 Ecken aufgeplatzt. Seiten leicht gebräunt und zum Teil etwas fleckig. Dem Alter entsprechend Guter Zustand
Bookseller: Ant. Unterberger Buchgemeinschaft Meran
2017-06-30 23:02:14
Lucanus, M. A.:
Leiden, Hack, 1669. 7 Blatt 614 Seiten 72 Blatt 8°, gebundene Ausgabe Ledereingebundene Ausgabe mit Goldrand und goldgeprägtem Rücken sowie Beschabungen und kleiner Brandspur auf dem Rückentitel. Leicht angeplatzter Rückenkopf. Mit Frontispiz. Kalbsledereinband der Zeit mit goldgeprägten Fileten und beriebenen und bestossenen. Die Seiten des Buches sind wenig gebräunt und ohne braune Flecken. Besitzvermerk im Vortitel. Im Rückentitel beiliegende handschriftliche Briefe. Schilderung des Bürgerkrieges zwischen Pompeius und Cäsar. Lucanus stand selbst auf der Seite des Pompeius, später beteiligte er sich an der Pisonischen Verschwörung und mußte sich das Leben nehmen. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Geschichte
Bookseller: Antiquariat Cordes
2017-06-30 23:02:14
Lucanus, M. A.:
Leiden, Hack, 1669. 7 Blatt 614 Seiten 72 Blatt Ledereingebundene Ausgabe mit Goldrand und goldgeprägtem Rücken sowie Beschabungen und kleiner Brandspur auf dem Rückentitel. Leicht angeplatzter Rückenkopf. Mit Frontispiz. Kalbsledereinband der Zeit mit goldgeprägten Fileten und beriebenen und bestossenen. Die Seiten des Buches sind wenig gebräunt und ohne braune Flecken. Besitzvermerk im Vortitel. Im Rückentitel beiliegende handschriftliche Briefe. Schilderung des Bürgerkrieges zwischen Pompeius und Cäsar. Lucanus stand selbst auf der Seite des Pompeius, später beteiligte er sich an der Pisonischen Verschwörung und mußte sich das Leben nehmen. la Gewicht in Gramm: 653
Bookseller: PlanetderBuecher [Hamburg, Germany]
2017-06-29 13:22:37
SWEERTS, Cornelis.
Landwehr, Emblem and fable books 779; Praz, p. 509; STCN (5 copies); WorldCat (9 other copies). First and only edition of a moral emblem book on the human virtues and vices, written by the Dutch poet and bookshop keeper Cornelis Sweerts (1669-1749). The work is divided into two parts, the first dealing with the ten vices, as mentioned on the title-page, the second with the ten virtues, each containing 10 engraved emblems. The emblems show the personification of the concerned virtue or vice, followed by poems of around 15 pages long. At the end (several smaller) poems and epigrams are included, with an individual title-page: Eenige zededichten, bestaande in puntdichten en andere… With owner's inscription, library stamp and and numerous pen exercises and signatures. Flyleaf mounted onto *1, browned throughout, engraved and letterpress title-page somewhat soiled, and purple stains on last leaf. Bookblock partly detached from binding. A decent copy.
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2017-06-29 13:22:37
SWEERTS, Cornelis.
- Landwehr, Emblem and fable books 779; Praz, p. 509; STCN (5 copies); WorldCat (9 other copies). First and only edition of a moral emblem book on the human virtues and vices, written by the Dutch poet and bookshop keeper Cornelis Sweerts (1669-1749). The work is divided into two parts, the first dealing with the ten vices, as mentioned on the title-page, the second with the ten virtues, each containing 10 engraved emblems. The emblems show the personification of the concerned virtue or vice, followed by poems of around 15 pages long. At the end (several smaller) poems and epigrams are included, with an individual title-page: Eenige zededichten, bestaande in puntdichten en andere With owner's inscription, library stamp and and numerous pen exercises and signatures. Flyleaf mounted onto *1, browned throughout, engraved and letterpress title-page somewhat soiled, and purple stains on last leaf. Bookblock partly detached from binding. A decent copy.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM BV
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2017-06-29 09:18:49
Besange Hieronymus
1669. Comenda 211 - Hess, Steyr 440.- Enth. 233 Biographien v. Mitgliedern d. Stiftes Kremsmünster mit Sterbedatum zwischen 1669 u. 1777.- Ebd. etw. berieben u. bestoßen, Rsch. etw. beschädigt, innen sauber.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller [Salzburg, Austria]
2017-06-28 08:33:28
NIEUHOF, Joan.
Amsterdam, 1669. Engraved view, 20 x 30 cm. Copperengraving, view from Nieuhof, unsigned. Depicting the city of Batavia. 17th c. German captions and legenda. Lower lefthand corner 'Suppl. zum VIII Bande No 2' From the German Nieuhof, 'Die Gesantschaft der Ost Indianischen Gesellschaft', 1669. Batavia, now Jakarta, Capital of Java, Indonesia. Under Coen Jakatra was destroyed in 1619 and after Ternate, built on the ruins of Jakatra, Batavia was founded and became the headquarters of the VOC. Coen had much preferred the name Nieuw Hoorn. From: Allgemeine Historie der Reisen zu Wasser und Lande; oder Sammlung aller Reisebeschreibungen, Leipzig, Arkstee und Merkus, 1764. KEYWORDS:indonesia/batavia/maps.
Bookseller: Krul Antiquarian Books
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2017-06-27 17:21:35
STELLA, Benedetto.
Arents II, 309; Krivatsy, p. 1140. First and only edition of an informative compendium on tobacco by Benedetto Stella. In his preface Stella's states that he doesn't have any intention to be original and just wants to make a compendium comprehensible to all of his countrymen. For this he used the usual sources, such as Magnenus and Neander, but also includes some controversial ideas. Mentioning the papal interdictions against the use of tobacco by the clergy, Stella thought the use of tobacco necessary for Catholic priests and monks who lived a chaste life, since he believed the smoke would repress the "sensual urges". The book includes information on the quality, cultivation, and preparation of the plant, together with an exhaustive examination of tobacco's medical qualities. Other chapters deal with the custom of smoking, different types of pipes (also shown on the woodcut illustrations), tobacco's role in divination among the Indians, and its rapid spread throughout the world.Browned with some occasional minor foxing, with a water stain on pages 77-115. Very small tear in the vellum on the front board, but otherwise in very good condition.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM BV
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2017-06-27 08:54:35
Biroat, Jacques.
Paris., Edm. Couterot., 1669. 2 tomes, 21 x 17 cms, viii, 581 + viii, 580 pages. Peau de vélin de l`époque. Bon état. KEYWORDS: Saints.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat DE RIJZENDE ZON
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2017-06-26 10:45:00
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. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Baden-Württemberg, Landkarten
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bierl
2017-06-24 11:05:20
Foscarini, Michiel
Venezia 1669, Pgt. 4°, Titelkupfer, 798 Seiten, Kupfer mit Portrait von Francus de Sales,Pgt. angedunkelt, Sprache: it.
Bookseller: Buchhandel Bernhard Kastenholz [Erftstadt, Germany]
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2017-06-24 07:04:30
SWEERTS, Cornelis.
Landwehr, Emblem and fable books 779; Praz, p. 509; STCN (5 copies); WorldCat (9 other copies). First and only edition of a moral emblem book on the human virtues and vices, written by the Dutch poet and bookshop keeper Cornelis Sweerts (1669-1749). The work is divided into two parts, the first dealing with the ten vices, as mentioned on the title-page, the second with the ten virtues, each containing 10 engraved emblems. The emblems show the personification of the concerned virtue or vice, followed by poems of around 15 pages long. At the end (several smaller) poems and epigrams are included, with an individual title-page: Eenige zededichten, bestaande in puntdichten en andere...With owner's inscription, library stamp and and numerous pen exercises and signatures. Flyleaf mounted onto *1, browned throughout, engraved and letterpress title-page somewhat soiled, and purple stains on last leaf. Bookblock partly detached from binding. A decent copy.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM BV
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2017-06-23 04:21:05
GUALDO Priorato, Galeazzo
1669 1ed Jesuit Cardinal Mazarin Italian Richelieu 3v Louis XIV Political Wars Cardinal Giulio Mazarin was a notable Italian politician and Catholic cardinal. He is most-remembered as the successor to Cardinal Richelieu, who was his mentor. This rare first edition is a historical reconstruction of the life and work of Carinal Mazarin, including his political affairs under Louis XIV. Notable details include: • several military encounters including o The Battle of Rhetel, o French naval battles, o Battle of Saint Antonio o English wars with France • Command of Duke of Orleans • Duchess of Cheverosa • Ordinances and negotiations, political • Sentiments of Cardinal Trivultio Item number: #786 Price: $599 GUALDO Priorato, Galeazzo Historia del ministerio del Cardinale Giulio Mazarino, primo ministro della corona di Francia : nella quale si raccontano i successi principali occorsi dal principio della sua direzzione sino alla sua morte Coloniae : [Amsterdam: Abraham Wolfgang], 1669. First edition. Details: • Collation complete with all pages: [8], 457, [15]; [4], 319, [9]; [4], 463, [13] • Binding: tight and secure vellum • References: Rahir 2397 (Catalogue de volumes Elzevier); • Language: Italian Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 786 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2017-06-22 20:06:28
Vollenhove, Joannes
sGravenhage, Michiel van Heiningen 1669. (24) 348 p. Origineel Perkament, 12°.
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2017-06-22 20:06:28
Vollenhove, Joannes
sGravenhage, Michiel van Heiningen 1669 - (24) 348 p. Origineel Perkament, 12°
Bookseller: Antiquariaat de Roo
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2017-06-22 11:44:57
PARIVAL Jean-Nicolas de
Leiden|(Leyde): chez Salomon Vaguenaer, 1669. Fine. chez Salomon Vaguenaer, Leiden (Leyde) 1669, in-12 (131 x 74 mm), de (12) 312pp. (11) ., relié. - Stories and facetious moralles, assembled and brought to light by JNDP with some tragic stories. Second edition, more enhanced by the author. Rare, is not found prior to publishing it to the BN of France or the British Library. vignette on title. Pages with red and black titles. On page 201 is a new page title "tragic stories of our time to Holland paper. By JNDP Third Edition. Leiden, ditto, 1669. "Half red calf wide corners early twentieth century. smooth back, as in long, double-net head and tail of spine. Date tail, double-net Cold boards. Nice copy. The book consists of 126 short stories, most pleasant and comical, often affecting the manners and gallantry. The second part contains 28 stories being passed in Holland paper with more creepy tales (stories of crimes, beheadings, thieves, dramas?). The stories are in a style reminiscent used by historians of the seventeenth, otherwise all stories are satire or criticism mores of the time (often ending with a moral short), and in this they are quite valuable for the information they provide countless life, morals and manners in the seventeenth and especially in Holland paper (but we see scroll across Europe). The first edition was given to the same address in 1663 III. Barbier, 844. Brunet III, 213. Parival (1605-1669), French author and professor at the University of Leiden gave further Delights of Holland paper and Stories from the miseries of that time. --- Please note that … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet
2017-06-22 06:01:33
BOUCHOUT, ALANUS,
Lovani, Heronymus Nempaei, 1669. 2 vols. in 1. Small 4to. (52)+412+69+(2) pp. With engr. extra title. Hardcover. Contemp. full vellum, inked title on spine. Good. (Binding sl. stained/soiled; lib.stamp on endp., old owner's name on title, few early annots. in margin). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Charbo's Antiquariaat [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2017-06-21 11:28:17
Ogilby John; Nieuhoff, John; [China]; [Kircher]; [Jesuits]
London: Printed by John Macock for the Author, 1669. First Edition. Magnificently illustrated with a frontispiece portrait engraving of Ogilby, title-page in red and black, a double-page plan of Canton, a large full page very finely engraved view of Peking, a full page engraved view of Batavia, 5 very elaborate and finely engraved headpieces, 5 elaborately engraved 8 or 9 line initials, 1 letterpress plate and 119 near half-page or very large and fine copperplate engravings within the text-body. Folio, handsomely bound in three-quarter antique brown calf over marbled boards, the spine with raised bands and contrasting red and black morocco labels tooled and lettered in gilt. [3ff.]; 1-146, [1 ff. blank], 149-(328), 1-18, 1 ff. blank], 1-106 pp. A very handsome and well preserved copy. The images and text-block are all in very pleasing condition. The illustrations are exquisitely rendered. The binding is beautifully preserved as well. A VERY RARE AND HIGHLY IMPORTANT WORK, MAGNIFICENTLY ILLUSTRATED AND REPLETE WITH THE MOST IMPORTANT WRITINGS KNOWN ABOUT CHINA UP TO THE TIME. This extraordinary work contains a number of sections, to whit: ?An Exact Relation of the Emabassy sent by the East-India-Company of the united Provinces, to the Grand Tartar Cham, or Emperour of China, Delivered at Peking, the Imperial City.? Pp. 1-146; ?A General Description of the Empire of China? Pp. 149-327; A Narrative of the Success of an Embassage Sent By John Maatzuyker De Badem, General of Batavia, Unto the Emperour of China & Tartary, The 20. of July 1655. Soliciting a License of Trade in the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc.
2017-06-21 10:04:32
Beveridge, William.
London: Thomas Roycroft 1669 - Beveridge, William (Guilielm. Bevergium). INSTITUTIONUM CHRONOLOGICARUM LIBRI II. Una cum totidem ARITHMETICES CHRONOLOGICAE LIBELLIS. London: Thomas Roycroft, 1669. William Beveridge (1637-1708) was an English divine. He studied at Cambridge, and in his twenty-first year published a work on the study of Hebrew, Chaldee, Syriac, Arabic, and Samaritan, with a Syriac grammar. In 1660 he became vicar of Ealing, and was, after various ecclesiastical preferments, appointed Bishop of St Asaph in 1704. His works include this Introduction to Chronology; his Synodicon, containing the Apostolic Canons, etc, 1672; and minor devotional treatises on the Christian life, public prayer, etc. The very rare first edition. Disbound but intact, with occasional contemp. marginal notations. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Cultured Oyster Books
2017-06-20 17:07:58
LAPLACE, Cyrille Pierre Théodore.
Borba de Moraes I, pp. 457-458; Ferguson 1669; Hill 980; cf. Sabin 38985 (other ed.). First edition of an important account of the circumnavigation of the world under command of Cyrille Pierre Théodore Laplace (1793-1875). In May 1829 Laplace was appointed commander of the ship La Favorite, to make a journey around the world for scientific and commercial purposes. He departed from Toulon, followed the coast lines of Africa past the Cape Good Hope and visited Pondichéry, Madras and Surabaya. He explored the coasts of Cochinchina and Tonkin and set sail to the Philippines and after that Australia, Tasmania and New Zealand. He crossed the Pacific on his return to Toulon, past Valparaiso, Cape Horn and the coasts of Brazil. On 20 April 1832 he touched ground in Toulon again. The journey was a considerable success and added many important details to the scientific knowledge of the areas explored.Some small tears, a few slight stains in the views volume. Very good set.
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2017-06-17 22:43:17
G(röning). J(ohann)
1669. Nicht in Lipsius.- Seltenes Werk des Rechtsgelehrten u. numism. Schriftstellers Johann Gröning (1669-1747).- Mit Kapitel u.a. über Ursprung u. Form der Medaillen; "Von dem Magischen Medaillen, Amuletis und Jettons"; Schriftsteller u. Bücher über Medaillen; Kunst- u. Schatzkammern; "Philosophie der Modern-Medaillen" (mit eigenem Titelblatt); "Von dem Nutzen der Medaillen in der Theologie und Kirchen-Historie, Architektur, Astronomie".- Ohne die 2 Blatt Inhaltsverzeichniss am Schluss.- Vorsatz u. Titel verso gestempelt,
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller [Salzburg, Austria]
2017-06-17 12:43:02
Stracca, Benvenuto; Straccha, Benvenuto
1669. Amsterdm, 1669. Final edition.. Amsterdm, 1669. Final edition. The First Treatise on Commercial Law Stracca (Straccha), Benvenuto [1509-1578]. De Mercatura, Cambiis, Sponsionibus, Creditoribus, Fidejussoribus, Debitoribus, Decoctoribus, Navibus Navigatione, Assecurationibus, Subhastationibus, Aliisque Mercatorum Negotiis, Rebusque ad Mercaturam Pertinentibus, Decisiones & Tractatus Varii: Ad Quorum Calcem nunc Accessere Ejusdem Benevenuti Stracchae De Assecurationibus, Proxenetis, Atque Proxeneticis, Tractatus Duo. Amsterdam: Apud Joannem Schipper, 1669. [x], 926, [68]; 114, [10] pp. Two parts, each with title page and individual pagination and indexes. Title page of second part dated 1668. Main text in parallel columns. Folio (14" x 8"). Later tan cloth, red and black lettering pieces to spine, endpapers renewed, title page re-hinged, an early along gutter tear mended with archival tape. Light shelfwear and soiling, chipping to lettering pieces. Title page of first part printed in red and black, title page of second part features a large woodcut of a Dutch warship. Moderate toning to text, darker along outer margins, light foxing in some places, occasional minor chips and tears to edges. Ex-library. Location label to spine. Small inkstamp to foot of title page, stamps and annotations to verso. $450. * Final edition. Stracca's treatise was the first to treat commercial law as a distinct field. First published in Venice in 1553 by Aldus Minutius, this pathbreaking treatise went through several editions throughout Europe, the final appearing in 1669. Notable for its ble … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-06-17 12:43:02
Stracca, Benvenuto; Straccha, Benvenuto
1669 - Amsterdm, 1669. Final edition. The First Treatise on Commercial Law Stracca (Straccha), Benvenuto [1509-1578]. De Mercatura, Cambiis, Sponsionibus, Creditoribus, Fidejussoribus, Debitoribus, Decoctoribus, Navibus Navigatione, Assecurationibus, Subhastationibus, Aliisque Mercatorum Negotiis, Rebusque ad Mercaturam Pertinentibus, Decisiones & Tractatus Varii: Ad Quorum Calcem nunc Accessere Ejusdem Benevenuti Stracchae De Assecurationibus, Proxenetis, Atque Proxeneticis, Tractatus Duo. Amsterdam: Apud Joannem Schipper, 1669. [x], 926, [68]; 114, [10] pp. Two parts, each with title page and individual pagination and indexes. Title page of second part dated 1668. Main text in parallel columns. Folio (14" x 8"). Later tan cloth, red and black lettering pieces to spine, endpapers renewed, title page re-hinged, an early along gutter tear mended with archival tape. Light shelfwear and soiling, chipping to lettering pieces. Title page of first part printed in red and black, title page of second part features a large woodcut of a Dutch warship. Moderate toning to text, darker along outer margins, light foxing in some places, occasional minor chips and tears to edges. Ex-library. Location label to spine. Small inkstamp to foot of title page, stamps and annotations to verso. $450. * Final edition. Stracca's treatise was the first to treat commercial law as a distinct field. First published in Venice in 1553 by Aldus Minutius, this pathbreaking treatise went through several editions throughout Europe, the final appearing in 1669. Notable for its blend of synthesis and original th … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-06-13 16:07:36
Vincent, Thomas.
London, Printed for George Calvert and Samuel Sprint. 1669 - The Third Edition. Small Octavo. 6 unnumbered pages (incl. Titlepage), 264 pages [collation complete]. 19th century Hardcover. Front board cleanly detached. Inkstain to titlepage. Tears without loss of text to pages 1 - 4, small damage to outer margin of text on page 59/60. Name of female preowner verso titlepage (dated April 1695). Extremely scarce and highly unusual in a signed edition. Thomas Vincent (May 1634 – 15 October 1678) was an English Puritan minister and author. He is referenced as a main character featured in "The Living," by Anthony Clarvoe, a play about 1665 plague London. Thomas Vincent, the second son of John Vincent and elder brother of Nathaniel Vincent (both also prominent ministers), was born at Hertford in May 1634. After passing through Westminster School, and Felsted grammar school in Essex, he entered as a student at Christ Church, Oxford, in 1648, matriculated 27 February 1651, and graduated B.A. 16 March 1652, M.A. 1 June 1654, when he was chosen catechist. Leaving the university, he became chaplain to Robert Sidney, 2nd Earl of Leicester. In 1656 he was incorporated at Cambridge. He was soon put into the sequestered rectory of St. Mary Magdalene, Milk Street, London (he was probably ordained by the sixth London classis), and held it till the Uniformity Act of 1662 ejected him. He retired to Hoxton, where he preached privately, and at the same time assisted Thomas Doolittle [nonconformist minister] in his school at Bunhill Fields. During 1665, the year of the Great Plague of London … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Time Traveller's Bookshop Ltd.
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2017-06-13 14:54:22
Brixen -
Oeniponti (Innsbruck), Jac. Christ. Wagner, 1669. 12°. 14 n.n. + 127 S. OPgm. der Zeit. In lateinischer Sprache. Titel und Text in Rot und Schwarz gedruckt. Beinhaltet auch \"Seqvvntvr Alia Sanctorvm Officia\". Mit Vignetten. - Ebd. fleckig u. berieben, Besitzsign. a. T., stockfleckig, rückw. fl. V. fehlt, Gbrsp. Versand D: 7,00 EUR Theologie, Religion; Tirolensien
Bookseller: Antiquariat Weinek
2017-06-13 12:34:47
Baudrand Michel-Antoine
1669. Carta geografica raffigurante l'Impero Romano, in bella coloritura coeva. Inserita in "Mercurio geografico overo Guida Geografica in tutte le parti del Mondo conforme le Tavole Geografiche del Sansone Baudran de Cantelli Data in luce con direttione, e cura di Gio. Giacomo de Rossi nella sua stamperia in Roma alla Pace all'insegna di Parigi con Priu: del S. Pont" edita a Roma alla fine del '600. Al verso testo manoscritto descrittivo con inchiostro bruno inerente la carta. Restauro al centro del margine superiore
Bookseller: Libreria Trippini Sergio
2017-06-10 21:07:05
(Anonyme) (Chrysostome)
Paris, chez Charles Savreux, 1669. Petit in/8 reliure plein veau du temps moucheté, dos à nerfs à caissons dorés portant un monogramme qui se répète en écoinçon sur les plats, vignette en page de titre, culs de lampes, bandeaux et lettrines historiées, 13 ff. (approb.), 506 p. 5 ff. de table insérés puis reprise de la numérotation jusqu'à la p. 1047., 3ème édition. Manque en coiffe inférieure et coins, coin supérieur restauré, bande de papier collée en coiffe inférieure, manque la page de garde, manque de papier dans l'angle inférieur de la p. 205 sans manque de texte, feuillets tachés : p. 217 et 403 ; cahier interverti (p. 859 à 874 entre la p. 843 et 844. Biblio : Colonna p.210. 8 vo in contemporary spotted full calf, ribbed spine with gilt compartments, monograms on both compartments & corners of boards, vignette on title page, head-pieces & tail-pieces, ornamented initials, [13], 1047 p. (5 ff of table between p. 506 and 507). Flaws : loss in bottom tip, chipped board, rubbed corners despite a restaured upper corner ; piece of paper stuck on bottom tip ; p. 205 a lack of paper without loss of text ; p. 217 & 403 stained, p. 859 to 874 between p. 842 & 843. "Jean Chrysostome né vers 349, à Antioche. Il étudia la rhétorique à l'école de Libanius. Il s'intègre au groupe des disciples de Diodore, futur évêque de Tarse, pour s'adonner à l'étude des sciences sacrées. Vivement attiré par la vie monastique, il se retire en 372 au désert et vit pendant quatre ans auprès d'un ancien. Puis il se retire, seul, dans une grotte, apprenant par c
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2017-06-08 13:26:32
CREMONA ( Territorio ):
mit altem Grenzkolorit, 1669, 38 x 49,5 Koermann, Bla 60 A.- Mit altkol.Titelkartusche und 1 altkol. Meilenanzeiger.
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2017-06-08 07:33:31
SALGADO DE SOMOZA,D. FRANCISCI.
Lugduni, 1669. Editio quarta. Sumptibus Laurentii Anisson. Pergamino de época. 7 + 670pp + 66h., 34x23cm. Texto a dos columnas. Grabado en frontis. Firma de anterior propietario. Buen estado general. (VSJ) PERGAMINOS
Bookseller: Librería Raimundo [CADIZ, Spain]
2017-06-08 07:33:31
FRANCISCO SALGADO DE SOMOZA
Laurentii Anisson, Londres 1669 - Materia: Libro antiguo del siglo XVII. Derecho. Tratados. Publicación: Lugduni, Laurentii Anisson, M. DC. LXIX (1669) Descripción física: Folio (35 cm.) Anteportada, portada, 2 hojas, 670 páginas + indice. Encuadernación pergamino de época con rotulo en el lomo. Conservación: Regular, puntos de xilófago en el margen inferior de las 43 primeras hojas y entre paginas 547 - 628 sin afectar al texto. Por lo demas buena conservación. BS1 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: LIBRERIA MARGARITA DE DIOS
2017-06-06 15:12:45
HANKII MARTINI.
Laurenti Sigismundi Corneri, 1669. In 8°, p. perg., cc.nn. 6 + pp. 306 + cc.nn 41 di indice. Antip. con pregevole e ricca inc. a tutta p. Capolettera.
Bookseller: Libreria Cicerone M.T.
2017-06-05 18:20:50
Gesneri, Conrad
Folio Gebunden in braunem Kunstleder mit dem Titel im Golddruck auf der Rückseite.392 S plus Index und Nachwort Nachdr. d. Ausg. v. 1669 unter Verwendung des Originals der Niedersächsischen Landesbibliothek in Hannover, Signatur N-A 10027 3877061761
Bookseller: Antiquariat Liber Antiqua
2017-06-05 08:13:33
Gynaekologie, Pharmazie und Alchemie, Exlibris Seyringer - Albertus Magnus:
Amsterdam, Boom, 1669. 12°, circa 13,3 x 8 cm., 329 SS., 3 Bll., mit Kupfertitel. Pergament d. Zt, auf Holzdeckeln mit Schliessen Wellcome II, 24. Caillet 129. Ferguson I, 15. Hübsche Taschenausgabe dieser beliebten und häufiger nachgedruckten Traktate über Frauenkrankheiten sowie die verborgenen Wirkungen bestimmter Kräuter, Steine und Tiere. Die Zuschreibung an Albertus Magnus ist sehr zweifelhaft (vgl. ausführlich Siebold I, 318 und Fasbender 88). - Dieses Exemplar aus der Bibliothek des Linzer Advokaten Johann Carl Seyringer (um 1654-1729) mit seinem schönen gestochenen Wappen-Exlibris, datiert 1692, mit dem Motto: "Haurit aquam cribris, qui vult sine discere libris". - Kaum gebräunt, Einband etwas berieben, nur gering angestaubt, meist sauber und schön, mit intakten Schliessen und sehr hübschem Exlibris. [5 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
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2017-06-03 06:26:26
Gesneri, Conrad
Folio Gebunden in rotem Kunstleder mit dem Titel im Golddruck auf der Rückseite. Tomus II (380 S plus Index), Tomus III (212 S plus Index und Nachwort) Nachdr. d. Ausg. v. 1669 unter Verwendung des Originals der Niedersächsischen Landesbibliothek in Hannover, Signatur N-A 10027 3877061834
Bookseller: Antiquariat Liber Antiqua
2017-06-02 09:57:14
Hooghe, Romeijn de
?Victorien der Nederl. Ge.oct. O. Compagn. op het Koninkryck van Macasser door den Ed. Heer C. Speelman?. Ets vervaardigd door Romeyn de Hooghe in 1669, afm. 40,3 x 55,4 cm.Sinds 1667 was de VOC gevestigd in koninkrijk Makassar op Zuid-Celebes, het vormde het ?slot op de deur? voor de oostelijker gelegen specerij eilanden: de Molukken, Ambon en Banda. De VOC had er in de eerste helft van de 17de eeuw monopolies op de uitvoer van muskaatnoten, foelie en kruidnagelen. Makassar werd door de bij deze handel uitgeschakelde Europese en Aziatische concurrenten gebruikt om ?smokkel? in specerijen te bedrijven. Omdat de vorsten van Makassar dit toelieten, zich niets aantrokken van de monopolies van de VOC en in deze een koers van ?vrijhandel? voorstonden, was het tussen de VOC en Makassar v??r 1667 al regelmatig tot ernstige gewapende conflicten gekomen, zowel op Celebes zelf als in Ambon.In de oorlog van 1666 tot 1669 lukte het admiraal Cornelis Speelman (1628-1684) met behulp van Arung Palakka, een vorst uit het naburige Bone, het verzet van Makassar te breken. ?Met slechts 600 man Europeesche militairen, die hevig door ziekten werden geteisterd, heeft hij drie jaren den strijd tegen de fanatieke Makassaren, ?de Haentjens van het Oosten?, volgehouden en ten slotte de overwinning behaald, die ook in het vaderland groot opzien baarde en Vondel tot een lofdicht dwong.?De ets toont in vogelvlucht het landschap van Makassar met de gevechten die daar door Speelman namens de VOC zijn gevoerd. Bovenaan portretten van Speelman en van Radja Palakka. Ook zien we Mercurius en Mars, de goden v … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-06-02 01:39:48
GOOS, Pieter
Jacques & Gasper Anthoine, Amsterdam 1669 - Sea chart. Uncolored copperplate engraving. Image measures 19 7/8" x 22 3/4" This handsome sea chart by Pieter Goos depicts Ireland in its entirety, with the north oriented to the right. The chart also extends to parts of Scotland, England, and France. Also prominently featured are rhumb lines, scales, embellished tall ships, an elegant cartouche, and the harp crest for Ireland and the lion crest for Scotland. This map was published in Goos' "De Zee-Atlas Ofte Water-Weereld" and remains in its original uncolored state, which allows Goos' intricate line work to shine. It is in good condition with some foxing, soiling, and off-setting. Minor chips along border. Bottom of the center seam is separated. Pieter Goos (1616-1675) was a Dutch cartographer, engraver, publisher, printer, and print-seller based in Amsterdam. He belonged to a noted family of cartographers, headed by his father Abraham, who prepared plates for many maps published in the important atlases of the time. His pilot guide, the "Zee-Spiegel," provided some of the first charts of newly explored regions in the West Indies and Western Africa, and his "Zee-Atlas" is considered one of the best sea atlases of its time. This map is a classic example of Goos' high quality, visually appealing sea charts.
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB
2017-06-02 01:39:48
Pieter GOOS
Amsterdam 1669 - Carta nautica della parte occidentale del Mediterraneo, che comprende la penisola. Figlio del cartografo ed incisore Abraham Goos, Pieter, riprese ed ingrandì l’attività del padre e divenne uno degli incisori più famosi di carte nautiche in attività ad Amsterdam durante la metà del XVII secolo. C osì come Colom, Doncker e Jacobsz, anche Goos pubblicò un atlante nautico, lo Zee-Spiegel, basandolo sulle lastre ottenute da Jacobsz. Questo atlante è stato poi ristampato in numerose edizioni e in diverse lingue, con titoli molto conosciuti all’epoca. Oltre a pubblicare il suo Zee-Spiegel nelle classiche I e II parte (Europa e Coste atlantiche) e parte III (Mediterraneo), diede inizio ad una nuova consuetudine, pubblicando le parti IV e V, relative a carte e indicazioni marinare per le coste delle Indie Occidentali e dell’Africa Occidentale. Incisione in rame, coloritura coeva dei contorni, lievi abrasioni e ossidazioni, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. Sea chart of the western part of the Mediterranean Sea, including the peninsula. Pieter was the son of Abraham Goos, cartographer and engraver; he enlarged his father’s business and became one of the most famous engraver of sea charts in Amsterdam of the XVII century. Like Colom, Doncker and Jacobsz, he published a sea atlas, the Zee-Spiegel, deriving his work from the plates he was given by Jacobsz. The atlas has been then reissued in different editions and languages, and it was very famous among its contemporaries. Apart from publishing his Zee-Spiegel in the classical part I an … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2017-05-31 14:11:52
AUSONE
Ioan. Blaeu, Amstelredami, 1669. un volume in-16 (6 x 11,5cm), 230 (2) pp. Reliure ancienne en veau blond (reliure du xviiie), dos à nerfs orné, pièce de titre, fleurons dorés, roulette sur les coupes, tranches rouges. (coiffes frottées avec des manques, marques d'usure sur les mors, sur les coupes et sur deux coins, exemplaire un peu court de marge, rares rousseurs). Titre gravé. Lettrine et cul-de-lampe. Belle impression de Blaeu pour cette édition portative en petits caractères des oeuvres du littérateur Ausone (aquitaine, 4e siècle après J.-C.). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Aparté [PEZENAS, France]
2017-05-29 13:45:13
Poole, M.
1669 - Wetzer/Welte X, 191, vgl. VD17 12:121964P (spätere Frankfurter Ausgabe).- Vollständige erste Ausgabe des voluminösen und häufig aufgelegten Lebenswerks des englischen Theologen Matthew Poole, der in dieser Synopsis die Kommentare von rund 150 Bibelexegeten versammelt hat. 'A elaborate and much-esteemed work, on which the author spent ten years' (Lowndes III, 1912).- Mit zweispaltigem Text in lateinischer Sprache. Gewicht in Gramm: 500 [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Daniel Schramm e.K.
2017-05-29 13:45:13
Poole, M.
1669 Wetzer/Welte X, 191, vgl. VD17 12:121964P (spätere Frankfurter Ausgabe).- Vollständige erste Ausgabe des voluminösen und häufig aufgelegten Lebenswerks des englischen Theologen Matthew Poole, der in dieser Synopsis die Kommentare von rund 150 Bibelexegeten versammelt hat. \'A elaborate and much-esteemed work, on which the author spent ten years\' (Lowndes III, 1912).- Mit zweispaltigem Text in lateinischer Sprache. Versand D: 5,00 EUR
Bookseller: Antiquariat Schramm
2017-05-28 08:21:28
Pérez, Antonio
1669. Apud Danielem Elzevirum. Amstelodami (Amsterdam, Países Bajos). . 1 Vol. . Grabado+portada+6 H.+540 pp.+2 H. de índice pp. Dieciseisavo. Pergamino de época. Derecho (Civil, Diplomático), Idiomas (Latín), Siglo XVII . El jurisconsulto español Antonio Pérez (1583-1672; no confundir con el secretario de Felipe II) redactó este tratado de jurisprudencia, editado en la legendaria imprenta holandesa de la familia Elzevir, ya trasladada desde su ubicación original en Leiden a la de Amsterdam. Anteportada ilustrada con un grabado calcográfico en el que se ve al autor asesorando a un rey ante la presencia de una alegoría de la Justicia. En la portada luce la marca tipográfica del impresor. Encuadernación en pergamino de época con lomera caligrafiada, algo envejecida y con el pergamino oscurecido. El ejemplar pertenece a la décima edición y se encuentra en muy buen estado de conservación.
Bookseller: Librería Anticuaria Astarloa [Bilbao, Spain]
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2017-05-27 13:12:17
ARDABIL / Iran (Persien / Persia):
- kolorierter Kupferstich b. Adam Olearius, 1669, 27,5 x 31,5
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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