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2014-02-09 11:29:06
Oberösterreich - VISCHER, G. M.
. Kupferstichkarte, schw.-weiß (delineavit Georgius VISSCHER[!] ... - Melchior KÜSELL F. Aug. Vind. 1669 - C. A. SCHANTZ renov. Styriae 1762), 2. Ausgabe, Steyr 1762, zusammengesetzt aus 12 auf Leinen aufgezogenen Faltkarten zu je 4 Segmenten, Gesamtgröße 120 x 114 cm, Maßstab etwa 1 : 144.000.. Descriptio Austriae Taf. 38. - Die erste große Landeskarte von Georg Matthäus Vischer (1666-68 als Pfarrer in Leonstein tätig), von ihm gezeichnet nach seinen im Sommer 1667 durchgeführten Vermessungsarbeiten und von M. Küsell (Schwiegersohn und Schüler von Matthäus Merian in Augsburg) adäquat in Kupfer gestochen. Teils deutsch und teils lateinisch beschriftet, ist sie gegenüber ihren Vorläufern wesentlich genauer und anschaulicher und gibt die Geländeformen in perspektivischer Zeichnung wieder; mehrere dekorative vignettenartige Randansichten zeigen wichtige Orte sowie Landesprodukte. Die vorliegende 2. Ausgabe enthält erstmals auch wichtige Straßenzüge. - Unter Folie auf Holzplatte montiert und gerahmt, die einzelnen Kartenblätter dabei nicht immer ganz bündig aneinanderstoßend; von uns nicht ausgerahmt. - Selbstabholung erwünscht; Versandkosten auf Anfrage.
Bookseller: Wiener Antiquariat Ingo Nebehay GmbH
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2014-02-04 17:05:43
CENSALII, Francisci
Francofurti Norimbergae, Joh. Andream Endterum, 1669,gran folio piel estilo mudejar, 4 h.+356 págs.+7 h. Sigue otras dos obras: MARZARII, Francisci.- TRACTATUS AUREUS DE FIDEI COMMIFFARIAE MATERIAE y OEREGRINI, Marci Antonii.- TRACTATUS VARII HISTORIA CIVIL
Bookseller: Libreria Jimenez [Madrid, Spain]
2014-01-27 14:17:26
LAYMANN, Paul
Joannis Arnoldi Cholini, 1669. Joannis Arnoldi Cholini. Hardcover. B0049Y9VMG In Latin. 1669 sixth edition Joannis Arnoldi Cholini (Bamberg, Germany), in Latin, 8 1/4 x 13 1/2 inches tall green leather hardbound, five raised bands to spine, red leather label with stamped gilt lettering to spine and 1669 stamped to bottom panel of spine, [9], 512, 549, 107pp. Two engraved title pages, and many engraved printer's devices throughout. Modern rebinding, with endpapers refreshed and the torn and chipped engraved title page expertly repaired. A small amount of rubbing to binding and abrasion to title label. Upper front cover has several small discolorations/stains to leather. Internally, there is some expected aging of the paper, but overall it is largely quite bright and supple. Some occasional worming, mostly to outer margins and mostly in the first third of the book. Several pages with a bit of creasing and a few with small closed tears at the outer margins. Otherwise, an extremely handsome copy of a rare and important volume of early Christian intellectual thought on morality and canon law. ~FFF~ Paul Laymann (1574-1635) was an Austrian Jesuit. He was one of the greatest moralists and canonists of his time, and a frequent writer on philosophical, moral, and juridical subjects. The most important of his thirty-three literary productions is the book for sale here, a compendium of moral theology. Until the second quarter of the eighteenth century it was edited repeatedly (latest edition, Mainz, 1723), and was extensively used as a textbook in seminaries. . Very Good. 1669.
Bookseller: Flamingo Books [Temecula, CA, U.S.A.]
2014-01-22 14:12:40
Olea, Alonso de.
sumpt. Laurentii Arnaud & Pedri Borde, 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.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2014-01-13 12:39:43
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 let … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-12-19 21:10:28
"Liberati, Francesco"
Roma: Michele Hercole. 1669. "Small 4to, pp. [12], 223, [1]; woodcut printer's device, intials, head- and tail-pieces, and illustrations throughout; wood-engraved folding plate; contemporary mottled sheep with the arms of Ioannes Iosephus Comes de Wildenstein stamped in silver on both boards, 18th-century manuscript (cancelled) paper label to spine head, all edges speckled red; minor scuffing, small 20th-century bookplate to front pastedown, else very good and sound. A treatise on equestrian care and maladies first published in 1639.& & Graesse IV, p. 198."
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2013-12-16 19:41:38
MOLINETTI, Antonio
Ex Typographia Matthaei Bolzetta de Cadorinis. 1669 ...In celeberrimo Patauino Lyceo Theoricae Medicinae, & Anatomes Professoris. Dissertationes anatomicae, et Pathologica de Sensibus, et eorum Organis. MOLINETTI, Antonio - Patavii, Ex Typographia Matthaei Bolzetta de Cadorinis, 1669. In-8°, cartone coevo (piccola erosione della copertina in alto a destra). (viii), 116 pp. con bella tavola in antiporta incisa da Ruffon e con testatine e finaletti. Marca (Donna con caduceo e cornocupia. Omnem sensum exuperat) sul front. In questo volume mancano le tre tavole. Note di mano d' epoca nel margine bianco di 7 pp. Esemplare ben conservato. Edizione originale.
Bookseller: Brighenti libri esauriti e rari
2013-12-16 15:21:01
SALTSMANN, JOAN. RUDOLPHI:
Hactenus inedita. Edente Theodoro Wynants, Medico Amstelodamensi Ordin. Amstelodami: Jadc. Konynenberg 1669. With copperengraved frontispiece. 72 pp.Bound with:WILLIS, THO.: Affectionum Quæ dicuntur Hystericæ et Hypochondriacæ. Pathologia spasmodica vindicata, 1. De sanguinis accensione. 2. De motu musculari. Lugd. Batav.: Apud Cornel. Driehuysen, Felicem Lopez, 1671. (6) + 172 pp. Bound with SCHUYL, FLORENTIUS: Pro veteri medicina. Lugd.[uni] Bat.[avorum] ; Amstelod.[ami] : Gaasbequii, 1670. With folded copperengraved plate. (6) + 185 + (1) pp. Last leaf with handwritten notes.All 12mo, bound in one contemporary full vellum binding, vellum missing on backboard, though. Inner front- and backboards contains various handwritten notes from various times.. Willis: Hystericæ et Hypochondriacæ was first published 1670 in 4to size and contained 2 folded plates
Bookseller: Peter Grosell's Antikvariat
2013-12-04 22:50:48
MUN, Thomas
London: Printed by J. Flesher for Robert Horne,, 1669. Or, The Ballance of our Forraign Trade is the Rule of our Treasure. Octavo (162 x 102 mm). Contemporary sheep, rebacked. The volume has been rebacked for a second time, preserving the spine of an early 20th-century rebacking, two corners repaired, two corners worn, new endpapers Second edition, John Locke's copy of Mun's masterpiece of mercantile literature, with his ownership inscription to the front pastedown and his usual markings to the date on the title and to the page number on the final leaf, without his price code to page 11. "For those who want to read a single example of mercantilist writing, it is difficult to better Thomas Mun's England's Treasure by Forraign Trade, completed in 1628 and published posthumously in 1664. Adam Smith at any rate regarded it as perfectly representative of a vast body of similar literature: 'The title of Mun's book,' he said, 'became a fundamental maxim in the political economy, not of England only, but of all other commercial countries'" (Blaug).
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2013-11-24 11:19:56
STELLA BENEDETTO
per Filippo Maria Mancini 1669 Il tabacco. Opera nella quale si tratta dell?origine, historie, coltura, preparazione, qualità, natura, virtù e uso in fumo, in polvere, in foglia, in lambitivo et in medicina della pianta volgarmente detta tabacco. In Roma, per Filippo Maria Mancini, 1669. In 16mo; 15 cc.n.nn., pp.480. Sei tavole a piena pagina in silografia con le specie della pianta del tabacco e ?de varij modi di pigliare il tabacco in fumo?: le pipe. Capilettera e finaletti silografati. Ultima carta con margine inferiore ridotto e timbro di appartenenza. Legatura coeva in pergamena, titolo calligrafato al dorso. Edizione originale rara. Autori Italiani del ?600,1806; Niccoli, pag.237; BL 17th Century Italian Books II, pag.876; Michel VII, pag.151, Krivatsy, 11425.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Casella
2013-11-18 11:49:11
( WAGSTAFFE, John ).:
FIRST EDITION 1669, no printer named, small 8vo, approximately 142 x 90 mm, 5 5/8 x 3 5/8 inches, pages: (6 of 8), 1-128, lacking initial blank, pages 81-128 contain "Philopseudeis [Greek characters] Lovers of Lies: a Dialogue made by the famous Lucian", bound in early sheep, blind ruled border, rebacked to style with blind rules, no lettering or label.  A few small scrapes and marks to covers, armorial booklate of Edmund Lechmere on front pastedown (Christus pelicano), early Lechmere signatures on original front endpaper, which is slightly soiled, some pages slightly trimmed at top edge, tiny hole in 1 page, loss of 1 letter only, occasional faint age-browning, pastedown and endpapers replaced, old ink inscription to first pastedown.  A very good copy.  John Wagstaffe (1633-1677) "offered a robust critique of the belief in witchcraft, appealing to reason and invoking sarcasm to make his case that the power of witches was illusory" (ODNB). ESTC R1795; Short-Tile Catalogue by Harry Price, Volume 1, page 383. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.
Bookseller: Roger Middleton
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2013-11-16 20:51:38
[SCOTLAND]
[CHARLES II], His Maesties Letter to His Parliament in Scotland, Assembled October 19 1669. Together with the speech of His Grace the Earl of Lauderdaill, his Majesties High-Commissioner... [London], Printed by Tho. Newcomb, 1669. [2], 2, 9-12, [2], 3-6pp, [1] - complete but with C1-C2 bound before A1. Some shaving to pagination. Wing C3104. [PARLIAMENT], The Acts and Orders of the Meeting of the Estates of the Kingdom of Scotland, Holden and Begun at Edinburgh, the 14th Day of March 1689... Edinburgh. Printed By The Heir of Andrew Anderson, 1690. Four parts in one. [2], 51, [5], 4, [4], 6, 5-90, [4], 7pp, [3]. Some shaving and loss to page numbers, running titles, part titles and first line of text to leaf E2r, small paper flaw to R touching text but without loss of sense. Small printed correction pasted to (rather shaved) title of final part, changing 1689 to 1690. Wing S1161. [J.S.] Scotch Politicks: In a Letter to a Friend. London. Printed for Richard Janeway, 1682. [2], 10pp. Contemporary ink noting purchase in London (in a Scottish hand), to head of title. Later inscriptions to foot scored through in ink and shaved. Wing S85. [OLD PRETENDER]. At the Council-Chamber in Whitehall, Monday the 22 of October. 1688. [Edinburgh. Printed by the Heir of Andrew Anderson, 1688]. [2], 16pp. Preliminary leaf with authorisation of printing in Edinburgh, dated November 9, 1688. Sometime folded, with some consequent slight loss to license leaf and A1, creasing to remaining leaves. Some soiling. Wing E821C. ESTC locates copies at only NLS and Yale [PRYNNE, William. A Breviate of the L … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-10-30 12:12:47
ZURITA, Jeronimo
Zaragoza, Diego Dormer 1669 - 6 volumes in-4 de (10), 455 ff.(noté 454) / (8), 460 ff. (noté 458), / (8), 326 ff. / (8), 371 ff. / (6), 351 ff. / (8), 407, (1), 31, (1) ff. Vélin. (Reliure de l'époque.) "Obra de las mas insignes de la historiografia espanola." (Palau). Cuarta edicion de la primera parte y tercera de las demas. Sin el Indice publicado en 1671. En el tomo sexto, con una nueva portada : "Apologia de Ambrosio de Morales con una información al consejo del rey, hecha por su orden en defensa de los Anales de Geronimo Curita". Encuadernacion de epoca en pergamino. Bueno ejemplar. Palau 381762-381768. Petits trous de vers dans la marge du dernier tome, en début et fin de volume. Brunet II, 445 : "Ouvrage très estimé." // // //
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude
2013-10-26 10:12:26
GOOS, Pieter
Amsterdam: Jacques & Gasper Anthoine, 1669. unbound. Sea chart. Uncolored copperplate engraving. Image measures 11.75" x 20.75". This rare sea chart by Pieter Goos shows the western Cape of South Africa with north oriented to the left. The map extends roughly from Cabo Negro in Angola to the Cape of Good Hope, covering an area of trade waters that the Dutch East India Company used heavily in this period. Two insets show the Cape, including Table Mountain, and Vlees Bay to the east of the Cape. Uncommon for Goos' maps, the insets feature small illustrations of native animals: a pair of birds in Vlees Bay, and an ostrich, hyena, and monkey, among others, around the Cape. Mountains rendered pictorally. In addition to ports, the map includes topographical features, soundings, sand bars, fishing banks and navigational hazards. It also features rhumb lines, scales, two decorative ships, and embellished compass roses, one in the main map and one in the inset. Also uncommon for Goos, there is no title cartouche, but instead a title done in fine calligraphy. 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 slight foxing, soiling, and off-setting. Small chips in the margins, not affecting the image. Pieter Goos (1616-75) 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 i … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-10-26 10:12:26
GOOS, Pieter
Amsterdam, 1669. unbound. Sea chart. Uncolored copperplate engraving. Image measures 17" x 20 3/4". This sea chart by Pieter Goos depicts the islands of Zeeland, the westernmost province of the Netherlands. These areas are particularly interesting to see from a mid-17th century perspective, as many have since been filled in and altered in the course of Dutch land reclamation and polder construction. The mouth of the River Maas, then the gateway to one of the biggest ports in Europe, is visible in the upper left corner. In addition to ports, the map includes soundings, sand bars, fishing banks and navigational hazards. It also features rhumb lines, a ship, an embellished compass rose, and scale and title cartouches with scrollwork. 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 slight foxing, soiling, and off-setting. Chips in bottom margin not affecting the image. 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 fine example of Goos' high quality, visually appealing sea charts.
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2013-10-26 10:12:26
GOOS, Pieter
Amsterdam: Jacques & Gasper Anthoine, 1669. unbound. Sea chart. Uncolored copperplate engraving. Image measures 17 1/2" x 21 1/2". This pair of two sea charts on one sheet describes regions of the Netherlands. The left chart depicts Texel and the entrance of the Zuiderzee, with an inset showing the north coast of West-Friesland. The other depicts the Maas-River estuary through Rotterdams and the islands of Voorne and Goeree. These areas are particularly interesting to see from a mid-17th century perspective, as many have since been filled in and altered in the course of Dutch land reclamation. In addition to ports, the maps include soundings, sand bars, fishing banks and navigational hazards. They also feature rhumb lines, decorative compass roses, scales, and title cartouches with scrollwork. The left map includes an inset of Medemblick and Enkhuize, two powerful Dutch port cities of the period. This chart 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 slight foxing, soiling, and off-setting. No chips or years except minor wear to bottom corners, not affecting the image. 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 regio … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-10-26 10:12:26
GOOS, Pieter
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
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2013-10-26 10:12:26
GOOS, Pieter
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2013-10-26 10:12:26
GOOS, Pieter
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2013-10-18 13:31:47
GOOS, Pieter
Amsterdam, 1669. unbound. Sea chart. Uncolored copperplate engraving. Image measures 17.5" x 21.5".This rare sea chart by Pieter Goos shows the coasts of Russia and Finland with north oriented to the right. The islands of Spitsbergen and the tip of Novaya Zemlya are also visible. An inset map, oriented with north to the lower right, shows the River Dvina as it flows through the city of Arkhangelsk (Archangel), the chief seaport of Russia at the time. In addition to ports, the map includes topographical features, soundings, sand bars, fishing banks and navigational hazards. Around Spitsbergen particularly are detailed demarcations of safe anchorage points and whaling stations from when the islands were used as a whaling base. The map also features rhumb lines, scales, and embellished compass roses. A figured title cartouche adorned with scrollwork and feathers shows inhabitants and wildlife of the region. 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 slight foxing, soiling, and off-setting, particularly of the cartouche. Very few chips and tears. Pieter Goos (1616-75) 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 a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store [United States]
2013-10-18 13:31:47
GOOS, Pieter
Amsterdam: Jacques & Gasper Anthoine, 1669. unbound. Sea chart. Uncolored copperplate engraving. Image measures 17 1/4" x 21 1/4".This rare sea chart by Pieter Goos shows a section of the eastern coast of the Netherlands, covering the regions of present-day North and South Holland. It is oriented with north to the lower right and extends from the island of Texel in the north to the Hook of Holland in the south. At the center of the map is the Breeveertien, a large shallow area just off the coast that, today, is used as an offshore wind farm. In addition to ports, the map includes soundings, sand bars, fishing banks and navigational hazards. It also features rhumb lines, scales, a ship, and two embellished compass roses. The title cartouche and scales are decorated with scrollwork. 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 slight foxing, soiling, and off-setting. No chips or tears, although bottom corners are worn and the center seam is slightly separated, not affecting the image. 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 th … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-10-18 13:31:47
GOOS, Pieter
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2013-10-17 13:25:41
LETI Gregorio
LONDRA (ma Lyone o Ginevra), TOMASO BYET, 1669Esemplare in buone condizioni Elegante legatura settecentesca in piena pelle rossa ITALIANO Elegante legatura settecentesca in piena pelle rossa con triplice filetto e roselline cantonali in oro ai piatti, titolo in oro su tassello verde e fregi floreali in oro agli scomparti del dorso, tagli dorati, dentelle interne dorate, sguardie marmorizzate. Al contropiatto anteriore ex-libris in pelle con Ex Museo Caroli Nodier, in oro. Frontespizio, 6 pagine non numerate;" 272-176 pagine numerate (la prima numerazione parte  da pagina 3, secondo Melzi mancherebbe un occhiello ma potrebbe essere un errore di numerazione). L'autore fu un celebre libellista italiano, cattolico convertito al protestantesimo che Curzio Malaparte ebbe a definire ""il più grande pamphlétaire italiano"". Il volume è costituito da due opere di cui la prima in due parti:  da pagina 9 a 108 per il Puttanismo Romano"; da pagina 109 a 272 per il Dialogo tra Pasquino e Morforio; seguono 176 pagine per Il Nuovo Parlatorio delle Monache. La prima e la seconda parte, Il Puttanismo Romano e il Dialogo, vennero pubblicate in forma anonima nel 1688. Nel Puttanismo,  attraverso la narrazione di dialoghi pruriginosi avvenuti  in un confessionale  si esprime una satira violentemente anticlericale,  attaccando la dissolutezza dei costumi della corte papale e del clero;" nell'opera si narra che le cortigiane romane per contrastare la sodomia dilagante organizzino un Conclave per la successione di Papa Alessandro VI, passando al loro  particolare vaglio i cardinali del tempo. Nel … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Il Cartiglio di R. C
2013-10-16 08:46:58
GOOS, Pieter
Jacques & Gasper Anthoine, Amsterdam 1669 - This rare sea chart by Pieter Goos shows the western Cape of South Africa with north oriented to the left. The map extends roughly from Cabo Negro in Angola to the Cape of Good Hope, covering an area of trade waters that the Dutch East India Company used heavily in this period. Two insets show the Cape, including Table Mountain, and Vlees Bay to the east of the Cape. Uncommon for Goos' maps, the insets feature small illustrations of native animals: a pair of birds in Vlees Bay, and an ostrich, hyena, and monkey, among others, around the Cape. Mountains rendered pictorally. In addition to ports, the map includes topographical features, soundings, sand bars, fishing banks and navigational hazards. It also features rhumb lines, scales, two decorative ships, and embellished compass roses, one in the main map and one in the inset. Also uncommon for Goos, there is no title cartouche, but instead a title done in fine calligraphy. 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 slight foxing, soiling, and off-setting. Small chips in the margins, not affecting the image. Pieter Goos (1616-75) 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 fir … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB
2013-10-13 07:00:46
ALVARES DA CUNHA. (Antonio)
1669. QUE AFECTUOSAMENTE CONSTRUE D. ANTONIO ALVARES DA CVNHA. AO MAIS FAUSTO DIA, QUE EM MUITOS SECULOS VIO LISBOA, NO BAPTISMO DA SERENISSIMA INFANTE D. ISABEL MARIA IOSEPHA, LISBOA. Na officina de Antonio Craesbeeck de Mello, Impressor de Sua Alteza. Anno 1669. In 8.º de 19x15 cm. com [iv], 130 págs. Encadernação da época inteira de pele, com nervos e rótulo vermelho na lombada. Exemplar com leve pico de traça marginal e carimbo de posse na folha de rosto. Inocêncio I, 84. "D. ANTONIO ALVARES DA CUNHA, não menos illustre por sangue que esclarecido por seu talento, foi 15.º senhor de Taboa, Ouguella etc., Commendador da Ordem de Christo, Coronel das Ordenanças da Côrte, Guarda mór da Torre do Tombo, um dos fundadores e Secretario da Acad. dos Generosos, etc., etc. - N. em Gôa em 1626, e m. em Lisboa a 26 de Maio de 1690, deixando numerosa descendencia. Obelisco Portuguez chronologico, genealogico e panegyrico, ao fausto dia do baptismo da serenissima infanta D. Isabel Maria Josepha. Lisboa, por Antonio Craesbeeck de Mello 1669. 4.º de 130 pag. - Preço de 240 até 400 réis. Pouco vulgar. O sr. Figaniere possue um exemplar, e eu tenho outro." Language: Português / Portuguese Location/localizacao: M-3-C-15 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Livraria Castro e Silva [Lisboa, Portugal]
2013-10-04 21:55:11
Da Vico Giovanni
Brogiollo Francesco, Venezia, 1669. Appresso vi e vn bellissimo Compendio . composto per Mariano Santo barolitano. Con due Trattati di Gio. Andrea Dalla Croce, l'vno in materia delle ferite, l'altro del cauar l'armi, e le saette fuori dalla carne. - in 8° - pp.pp 8nn +478 - Mezza pelle con titolo in oro al dorso - Figure in disegno de i semplici nel settimo libro - Legatura ottocentesca - Antico restauro al frontespizio, lievi gore d'umido alle prime pagine - Libro usato [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antica Libreria Srl [San Gregorio di Catania, CT, Italy]
2013-10-04 20:13:57
BERCHEM, Nicolaes
Paris: Elzevier, 1669. Map. Engraving. Image measures 16.5" x 21.5". This map of Jerusalem appeared in La Sainte Bible, a French edition of the Bible published in 1669. The center plan was likely based on the model of Nicolas Visscher and shows the city's prominent landmarks, including the City of David and Solomon's Temple. These landmarks are labeled in accordance with keys in the upper corners which are printed on scrolls and supported by cherubs. A grid laid over the city is distorted to show its various hills and elevations. Surrounding the plan are various vignettes and illustrations by Berchem, including an elevation of the Temple of Solomon, trompe-l'oeil statues in niches, and allegorical scenes related to the Holy Land and its history. Both the plan and the illustrations are finely engraved and lend the map a fascinating level of intricacy. The map is in very good condition with no tears and only a very minor chip to the lower margin, not affecting the image. Narrow margins. Dark impression on crisp, bright paper. Nicolaes Berchem (1620-1683) was a painter of the Dutch Golden Age known for his pastoral landscapes. After studying with Cornelis van Poelenburgh and Jan van Goyen, well-known Dutch landscape painters, Berchem adopted a classicizing style which he applied to the Italian countryside, producing evocative, sun-bathed scenes which found great popularity in Holland. It was likely his skill as an artist that led the Elzevier publishing house to commission him to do the maps and decoration of their Sainte Bible. This lovely map is a fine collector& … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-09-29 21:01:53
GOOS, Pieter
Amsterdam: Jacques & Gasper Anthoine, 1669. unbound. Sea chart. Uncolored copperplate engraving. Image measures 17 1/4" x 21 1/4".This rare sea chart by Pieter Goos shows the Spanish territory of the Canary Islands off the coast of northwest Africa. It encompasses, from left to right, El Hierro, La Palma, La Gomera, Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura, Isla de Lobos, Lanzarote, La Graciosa, Montaña Clara, and Alegranza. In addition to ports, the map includes soundings, sand bars, fishing banks and navigational hazards. It also features rhumb lines, scales, a ship, and an embellished compass rose, as well as a decorative title cartouche with scrollwork. An inset map shows the harbor of Lanzerote, an important 17th-century Dutch trading center, with another small cartouche and compass rose. 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 slight foxing, soiling, and off-setting. Only small chips to edges, not affecting the image. Pieter Goos (1616-75) 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 fine ex … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-09-28 22:05:27
GOOS, Pieter
Amsterdam: Jacques & Gasper Anthoine, 1669. unbound. Sea chart. Uncolored copperplate engraving. Image measures 17 1/2" x 21 1/2". This sea chart by Pieter Goos depicts the coasts of Southern Europe that comprised the Spanish Empire during the peak century of its power. The chart is oriented with east to the top and begins at Le Conquest in Bretagne in the North (at left). It covers the entire western coast of Spain and ends at the Straits of Gibraltar in the south. A small bit of the African coast across from Spain, including Tangier, is visible in the top right corner. In addition to ports, the map includes soundings, sand bars, fishing banks and navigational hazards. The map also features rhumb lines, two small ships, and three compass roses, two of which are finely embellished. A large, ornate figured title cartouche features the Spanish coat of arms, with two men standing in for the Pillars of Hercules. A smaller French coat of arms appears in the top left corner. 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. No tears and only small chips to the edges, not affecting the image. 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, … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-09-26 16:27:52
COWLEY, Abraham
London: Printed By J.M. For Henry Herringman, at the Sign of the Blew Anchor in the Lower Walk of the New Exchange, 1669. London: Printed By J.M. For Henry Herringman, at the Sign of the Blew Anchor in the Lower Walk of the New Exchange, 1669. 29.5 cm x 18 cm bound in folio, pp. [42], 41, 80, [4], 70 [i.e. 68 - page numbers 59/60 omitted from pagination though complete with register continuous], 154, 23, 148. Engraved frontispiece portrait by William Faithorne. Contemporary mottled calf. An excellent rebacking, sympathetically executed to period, 5 raised bands, gilt-stamped compartments, gilt-stamped dark maroon leather spine label. Early ink signature of Anne Rochester at the head of the title-page (one is tempted to speculate whether this may be the autograph of the mother of John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester). Separate title-pages dated 1669 for "The Mistress", "Pindarique Odes", and "Davideis, a Sacred Poem". Also with "An Account of the Life & Writings of Mr. Abraham Cowley Written to Mr. M. Clifford" signed T. Sprat [Thomas Sprat, 1635-1713]. A very good copy. . First Edition?. Full Leather. Very Good. Small Folio.
Bookseller: Contact Editions, ABAC, ILAB [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2013-09-22 17:52:57
GOOS, Pieter
Jacques & Gasper Anthoine, Amsterdam 1669 - This rare sea chart by Pieter Goos features six charts of northwest Africa on one sheet. The upper chart covers the area once known as the Barbary Coast in Morocco, reaching from Mehdya, near Casablanca, in the north to Ras Nouadhibou (known as Cape Blanc or Cabo Blanco) in the south. The middle chart extends from Ras Nouadhibou along the coast of Western Sahara. The lower part features four insets with detailed charts of the islands of São Miguel, Faial, and Terceira in the Azores, and Madeira and Porto Santo in the Madeira Archipelago. In addition to ports, the map includes soundings, sand bars, fishing banks and navigational hazards. Each chart has rhumblines and its own title cartouche and embellished compass rose. 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 slight foxing, soiling, and off-setting. Minor chips to lower margin not affecting the image. 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 fine example of Goos' high quality, visuall … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2013-09-22 17:52:57
GOOS, Pieter
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2013-09-14 22:46:36
Vulson, Marc de, Sieur de la Colombiere
Paris and London: Chez Sebastien Mabre-Cramoisy, Imprimeur Du Roy, Rue S. Jacques Aux Cicognes, 1669. (16) + 540 + (20); French text; with classically dramatic full-page engraved title by G. Huret; printed title with large illustrated ornament, (two cranes in flight, landscape below, in a circular snake frame); the text with numerous engravings and ornaments throughout, concentrating on the science of heraldry, with illustrations of shields and blazonry, armored knights standing and horsed; with a useful list of family names at back, corresponding to the text information; the prefatory material explains the need for updating, expanding & correcting the first edition; Vulson (whose name is spelled in several different ways) is credited with revising and codifying the modern science of heraldry and with the invention of the method of 'hatching' or illustrating properly the various arms and blazons associated with that study; previous owner name on front endpaper of Gabriel Bastonneau 1686 - our research indicates he was the Vicomte D'Azelie-Chadieu; a large, heavy volume, approx. 10 3/4" x 15 1/4" (26.5 x 39.25 cm) in size; bound in contemporary full dark brown speckled leather; spine with 6 raised bands, gilt floral sprays and surrounds in each compartment, gilt titles, all edges speckled red; binding very worn and rubbed, bottom edge of front board especially is worn-through, leather separating; spine leather edges splitting; one signature at back coming loose, block of text is securely sewn; few leaves with closed tear; the occasional spot in the text; some lea … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-09-13 19:24:37
MONTANUS, Arnoldus.
Amsterdam, Jacob Meurs, 1669.Folio. Contemporary blind-tooled calf, spine with raised bands. With title-page printed in red and black, fine engraved allegorical frontispiece, large folding map, 24 folding or double-page plates (some margins restored; one plate damaged on the fold) and 71 half-page engravings in the text. (8),456,(16) pp.First and only Dutch edition. - A sumptuously illustrated account of the two Dutch missions of 1649 and 1661 to the shogun's court. After the expulsion of all foreigners from Japan, the Dutch were allowed to settle on the man-made island of Deshima in the bay of Nagasaki. The Dutch trading center there served not only commercial ends, but it was also Japan's window on the western world. In addition, it provided other countries with an avenue of approach to Japan. Thus, from 1637 to 1854, the Dutch alone were able to retain their trading rights. During this period they were able to exercise their mediating functions for other nations, as they did in preparing the way for America's admiral Perry. 'Some new information along with a lot of old material about Japan became available in 1669 with the publication of Montanus' Gedenkwaerdige gesantschappen. Ostensibly a description of several VOC embassies to the shogun's court after 1640, it is in fact an encyclopedia of things Japanese' (Lach, Asia in the making of Europe, III, p.488). With o.a. fine large views of Tokyo, Osaka and Kyoto. Including also a description of Batavia with double-page plan after Janssonius (see Brommer, Batavia, Bat K15). With strong impressions of the plates. - Fine.Tiel … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Gert Jan Bestebreurtje Rare Books (ILAB) [Vianen, Netherlands]
2013-09-06 12:31:30
MOLINETTI, Antonio
Ex Typographia Matthaei Bolzetta de Cadorinis. 1669 ...In celeberrimo Patauino Lyceo Theoricae Medicinae, & Anatomes Professoris. Dissertationes anatomicae, et Pathologica de Sensibus, et eorum Organis. MOLINETTI, Antonio - Patavii, Ex Typographia Matthaei Bolzetta de Cadorinis, 1669. In-8°, cartone coevo (piccola erosione della copertina in alto a destra). (viii), 116 pp. con bella tavola in antiporta incisa da Ruffon e con testatine e finaletti. Marca (Donna con caduceo e cornocupia. Omnem sensum exuperat) sul front. In questo volume mancano le tre tavole. Note di mano d' epoca nel margine bianco di 7 pp. Esemplare ben conservato. Edizione originale.
Bookseller: Brighenti libri esauriti e rari
2013-08-19 12:33:21
Matthaei Poli (Matthew Poole)
76-London-Typis J. Flesher, 1669. Book. A scarce and early set of Poole's controversial seventeenth-century synopsis and critical interpretation of biblical commentators. Complete in four volumes bound into five. Contains: Vol I. Complectens libros omnes a Genesi ad Jobum--Vol II. Complectens libros biblicos Jobi, Psalmorum, Proverbiorum, Ecclesiastis & Cantici Canticorum--Vol III. Complectens Prophetas omnes, tum majores, tum minores, nobis dictos--Vol IV. Complectens omnes libros Novi Testamenti &Epistolas universas et Apocalypsin. Matthew Poole [Pole] (c. 1624-1679) was a biblical commentator, known for authoring many controversial publications. The great work of Poole's life was the Synopsis criticorum aliorumque sacrae scripturae interpretum, a synopsis of the critical labours of biblical commentators. He commenced his studies for the project in 1666, and took ten years to complete it. During this time he would rise at three or four in the morning, take a raw egg at eight or nine, and another at twelve, and continue at his studies until late in the afternoon. The prospectus for the Synopsis bore the names of eight bishops and five continental scholars, besides other divines. Simon Patrick, Tillotson, and Stillingfleet, with four laymen, acted as trustees of the funds raised by subscription for the project. A royal patent for the work was granted on 14 October 1667. Four thousand copies were printed, and sold relatively quickly. The work constituted an important compendium of biblical commentary and exegesis, condensing into brief notes a great deal of study. In April 1 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rooke Books PBFA [Bath, United Kingdom]
2013-07-23 15:45:19
Sexti Aurelii Victoris
1669&1670 - Lugd. Batavorum Apud Gaasbequios BINDING: Full calf leather binding. Spine with five rised compartments. Spine title and ornaments gilded; Size: 8o (19 x 11.5 cm); Pagination: Complete (16) - 341pp - (7) + 132pp - (8); Language: Text in Latin;CONDITION: Full calf leather binding is tight and firm. Spines and boards rubbed, corners a bit bumped. Hinges a bit cracked and repaired but without no impacton binding and text block. Some yellowing and small brown spots on a few pages. Inscriptions on endpapers and initials of Ex-owner on title page. Pages/Text block complete and in a very good condition.Overall the condition to be VERY GOOD.
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2013-07-19 20:28:22
ZURITA, Jeronimo
Zaragoza, Diego Dormer 1669 - 6 volumes in-4 de (10), 455 ff.(noté 454) / (8), 460 ff. (noté 458), / (8), 326 ff. / (8), 371 ff. / (6), 351 ff. / (8), 407, (1), 31, (1) ff. Vélin. (Reliure de l'époque.) "Obra de las mas insignes de la historiografia espanola." (Palau). Cuarta edicion de la primera parte y tercera de las demas. Sin el Indice publicado en 1671. En el tomo sexto, con una nueva portada : "Apologia de Ambrosio de Morales con una información al consejo del rey, hecha por su orden en defensa de los Anales de Geronimo Curita". Encuadernacion de epoca en pergamino. Bueno ejemplar. Palau 381762-381768. Petits trous de vers dans la marge du dernier tome, en début et fin de volume. Brunet II, 445 : "Ouvrage très estimé." // Plus de photos sur latude.net // // More picture on latude.net
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude
2013-07-18 05:17:58
Guise, Henri, duc de (1614-1664)
A Cologne [i.e. Holland] : Chez Pierre Marteau, 1669, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good, First. Provenance; From the library of Hope (Bart.) of Craighall with his bookplate; the previous signature of James Dalyrmple and the seperate bookplate of James Digges. Very good copy bound in contemporary limp vellum over bevelled boards; the title applied in ink (manuscript) to the upper spine. Spine bands and panel edges somewhat rubbed and dust-toned as with age. Remains quite well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 0 pages; Variously paginated. Physical description 2 v. (328; 203, [1] p.) ; 13cm. (12mo). Notes; Edited by P. Goibaud, sieur Du Bois, and published by Saint-Yon. Imprint fictitious. Willems attributes to more than one press (vol. 1 before sig.L printed by one press, following sig.L by another) and notes sphere of Abraham Wolfgang on t.p. Subject; Guise, Henri, duc de, 1614-1664 - Early works to 1800. Naples (Kingdom) - History - Revolution, 1647-1648 - Early works to 1800. Other names; Du Bois, Philippe Goibaud, sieur, 1626-1694. Sainctyon, Sieur de, [publisher.] Marteau, Pierre, fictitious printer. Wolfgang, Abraham, fl. 1658-1694, [attributed name.] Related item Referenced by: Brunet, II, 1827 (note). Referenced by: Willems, 1790. Genre False imprints (Publishing) - Netherlands - 17th century. Language; French. 0 pages. Inventory No: 191391. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: MW Books Ltd. [Ireland]
2013-07-17 19:07:54
Sanson, Nicholas and Guillaume:
Paris: Chez Pierre Mariette, 1669.. Copper-engraved map. Sheet size: 16 5/8 x 23 1/3 inches. 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 under the charge of his eldest son, Guillaume. The younger Sanson continued his father's partnership with the Mariette family, who were prominent Parisian printers. Guillaume 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 taxonomy, 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. The map proved to be highly succes … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-07-17 10:39:23
WEBB, John
London: for Nath. Brook,, 1669. Small octavo (165 × 103 mm). Later, probably 18th-century, half calf, smooth spine, green morocco label, double gilt rules, sometime rebacked with original spine laid down, corners repaired. Large folding engraved map of China (central fold reinforced on verso), title printed in red and black, with the errata leaf at end but without final blank. Contemporary ink signature of N. White on title, other ink inscriptions and notes on front free endpapers. Rubbed, some wear to board edges, a little dampstaining at foot towards end, some light browning, still a very good copy. First edition, an influential treatise proposing Chinese as the original language, and one of the earliest books in English discussing Chinese culture in any depth. The architect John Webb, a pupil of Inigo Jones, argued that Noah could be identified with the legendary king Yao; that he had withdrawn from the tribes whose languages were confounded at Babel long before that point in biblical history, and that he had built the Ark in China, landed it there, and bequeathed to China the language spoken by Adam, preserved to Webb's day in modern China as the language of the court. Webb's view of Chinese script was strongly influenced by not only Semedo, but also the Jesuit polymath and hermeticist Athanasius Kircher. Webb was also inspired by John Wilkins's recent publication on artificial language, arguing that Wilkins, whether knowingly or not, had based the idea of his artificial language on Chinese. Webb's proposed harmonisation of world history was taken seriou … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-07-16 21:00:21
MENESTRIER C.F.
Splendida ril in marocch. rosso , tit. e ricche decoraz. in oro al dorso con nerv., taglio sup. in oro, cm 25x20, cc. 6 non numer., pp 400 (l'ultima pag. non è numer.), 23 pregev. inc. opera di Claude Derbage, sono poste all'inizio dei rispettivi capitoli (le inc. basilari sono 7 con successive riproposizioni). Grande fregio inc. al front., bei capilett., Ottimo e fresco esempl. Cioranescu 46919; Brunet III, 1624; Lipperheide Tb 12; Menessier de la Lance II, 186f.
Bookseller: Editoriale Umbra
2013-07-16 18:49:21
Petronius Arbiter
OFFERING:The rare 'first full edition', far closer textually to the work known today than any previous edition and universally praised for its accuracy, and compilation of the best of Renaissance textual criticism and commentary, including the contributions of Giovanni Lucio and Pierre Petit, the scholars who advocated for the CT manuscript's authenticity. "Following the reappearance of the manuscript containing the Cena Trimalchionis at Trogir in Dalmatia in 1650, a full edition of all that we possess of the Satyricon today became possible, and duly appeared in 1669." [Walsh, p. xxxvi] CONDITION: Acceptable in untouched early vellum, pages almost entirely bright and clean, complete except for leaf ii, the often excised, extra engraved title page. Detail: Pages: some with light fox spots at top edge, or fore-edge, a few pages with creased tips, a few pages toward rear with light toning; substantial humidity cockling from p. 435. / Endpapers: Front Pastedown with large tear, 2 chips and seller note in pencil. / Covers: minor corner bends and soiling, short title in neat script at head of spine. / Binding: Solid and reliable, but tightened; for many pages, book can't be laid flat. PAGINATION: [1], 34, 558 with Fragmenta on pp. 513-558, 42; the Priapeia, 168 pp., Priapeia Index, 8 pp. Complete except for leaf ii; illustrated with 2 b/w engravings in-text, 1 table, 12 b/w woodcut decorations (no repeats), 7 decorated initials, 3 footpieces, and 1 small illustration: [1] leaf, blank; First Section numbered by leaves, (1) leaf, title page and 17 numbered leaves (34 page … [Click Below for Full Description]
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