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2010-10-28 18:41:08
Lucanus, Marcus Annaeus [Lucan].
Jean Ribou, 1670. Lucan's Pharsalia in the French verse translation done by Georges de Brébeuf, here in an uncommon and relatively early edition. Brébeuf's version was originally published in 1654, with several editions (including one Elzevir) following over the next few years, and one additional Paris printing by Loyson appearing in the same year as this example, which is acknowledged in the statement of privilege. The => 10 full-page engravings present in this nicely printed volume include a frontispiece displaying a bust of Lucan (a native of Cordoba, Spain) surrounded by Roman motifs, an additional engraved title-page bearing a martial scene, and -- among other war images done by various hands -- a striking rendition of Cato and the snakes.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2010-10-17 12:05:42
Dalton, Michael
1670. Dalton, Michael [d. ca. 1648]. Officium Vicecomitum: The Office and Authority of Sherifs: Gathered out of the statutes and books of the common Laws of this Kingdom, Corrected and Very Much Enlarged: To Which is Added An Appendix or Supplement, Containing a Collection of the Statutes Touching Sheriffs Made Since Mr. Dalton's Writing, Which are in Force and Use at This Day, Several Special Returns of Writs, and the Expositions, Judgements and Resolutions of the Reverend and Learned Judges, in the Several Courts at Westminster, Upon Divers Statutes, Cases and Questions in Law Relating to Sherifs, And Several Other New Matters: The Whole, Being a Work of Great Use and Profit, Not Only to the Students and Practitioners in the Law, But to All Other the Gentry of This Land, (On Whom the Burthen of this Office Lyeth) Especially to All Immediate High-Sheriffs and Under-Sheriffs: With a New and Copious Table, Wherein the Defects and Imperfections of the Old Table are Suppressed and Amended, The New Matter is Inserted in the Table, Under Their Proper Heads, And Have This Mark * Set Before Them. London: Printed by John Streater, James Fletcher and Henry Twyford, 1670. [iv], 500, [4], 501-564, [32] pp. Two parts. The second part is preceded by a title page reading (in part) Vicecomitis Officio Supplementum: An Appendix or Supplement. Folio (11" x 7-1/2"). Contemporary calf, blind rules, gilt fillets and small blind corner fleurons to boards, raised bands and early hand-lettered title label to spine. A few minor scuffs and stains to boards, chipping to spine ends, joints starti … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-10-15 23:08:53
POLYBIUS
Used [Publisher: JANSSONII Johannis] 1670-01-01
Bookseller: amazon.fr
2010-10-07 15:53:40
[FELLTHAM, OWEN ]
London: printed for A. Seile, 1670. Folio, 8 p.l., 364, 99; engraved allegorical title, sectional titles for Lusoria: or, Occasional Pieces. With a Taste of Some Letters; and, A Brief Character of the Low-Countries ... being Three Weeks Observation of the Vices and Virtues of the Inhabitants (both London, 1670); recent half tan Niger morocco over marbled boards, waterstained on spine and lower cover, stains pervading text at top and bottom. A book with a publishing history spanning more than 200 years. Felltham (1602-1668) first published the Resolves, a series of moral essays, at the age of 18 in 12mo, [?1620]. By 1628 it had grown to a quarto; the 8th edition of 1661 was the first in folio, of which this "ninth impression" is a verbatim reprint. An edition appeared in octavo in 1709, and selections from the Resolves appeared in 12mo in 1818. Pickering reprinted the quarto of 1631 in 1840. "Felltham's poems are few in number, but varied in style; some have considerable merit, and none are contemptible" (DNB). Wing F656.
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [U.S.A.]
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2010-09-10 15:22:45
Curtus, Quintus
Amstelodami, Elzeviriana, 1670;. Hardback. Good plus condition. 24mo ( 5.25" x 3"). pp335 with engraved title page, portrait medallion of Alexander Magnus plus index. Text in Latin. Boards in half morocco with gilt line decoration & title on spine. Board edges slightly worn. All Edges spotted in blue. Good tight copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Wheen O' Books [Selkirk, United Kingdom]
2010-08-25 08:50:23
Fournier, Georges [1595 - 1652]
Mogunti¾:: Apud Ludovicum Bourgeat,. 1670.. 24mo: ¹2 A - F12 G8 (-G3 - G8, blanks). F3 missigned F2. 5" x 2-7/8". 1st edition thus. OCLC locates only one copy of this edition of a work 1st published in Paris [1648] under the title, "TraitŽ des fortifications ou architecture militaire." [4], 150 pp. Catchword p. 24 (A12v) does not match p. 25 (B1r) first word. P. 112 misnumbered 12.. Bound in full vellum, blue speckled edges. Author hand-inked to spine.. Spine label shadow to base of spine. Prior owner signature to front. paste-down. A Nr Fine copy.. No copies of this edition at auction in the last 30 years, and 1992 the last time the title came to auction [a 1654 edition]. . 110 leaves of copperplate engravings. Head- tailpieces. Plate 91 misnumbered 92.
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2010-08-03 16:20:25
DESLYONS Jean
à Paris: chez la veuve Savreux, 1670. Fine. chez la veuve Savreux, à Paris 1670, in 12 (9x15,5cm), (56) 346pp., relié. - First Edition. Uncommon. This is the second book by the author devoted to this topic. Half glazed calf camel. Back faux tooled raised florets. boards long grain morocco with coaching roulette. Binding signed Simier tail. Foxing marks on the boards. Gilt edges. Some minor accidents. Celebrations on the eve of kings, or bean and Roy-Boit, from the eve of the Epiphany, where the cries of the banqueting King drinks are very old and are still present today in the popular form of galette. Jean Deslyon, theologian, share in this book crusade against the pagan festivals, seeking to prove that originally we fasted the day before Lent and the pagan Roman hints we come and Saturnalia. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Peu courant. C'est le deuxième livre consacré par l'auteur à ce sujet. Reliure en demi veau glacé camel. Dos à faux nerfs orné de fleurons. Plats de maroquin à long grain avec roulette d'encadrement. Reliure signée Simier en queue. Traces de mouillures sur les plats. Tranches dorées. Quelque accidents légers. Les fêtes de la veille des rois, ou de la fève et du Roy-Boit, soit de la veille de l'épiphanie, où l'on banquetait aux cris du Roi boit, sont très anciennes et sont encore présentes aujourd'hui sous la forme populaire de la galette des rois. Jean Deslyon, théologien, part dans cet ouvrage … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-07-30 17:44:48
Romanus, Paul Franz. Starck, Christoph Heinrich.
1670. 1670 Thesis on Blasphemy Romanus, Paul Franz [d.1675]. Starck, Christoph Heinrich [fl. 1662-70], Respondent. De Blasphemia, Indultu Illustris JCtorum Ordinis Praeside Viro Excellentissimo Dn. Paulo Francesco Romano...Patrono ac Fautore Suo Honoratissimo ad d. XXVII. Octobris MDCLXX. D. Autor Christophorus Heinrich Starck. Leipzig: Typis Johann-Erici Hahni, [1670]. 31, 3 pp. Quarto (7-1/2" x 6"). Sewn pamphlet with contemporary reinforced spine, woodcut head-piece. Light rubbing to extremities, some soiling and minor stains to title page and verso of final leaf, spotting to a few text leaves. Early owner signature to title page, internally clean. A well-preserved copy of a scarce item. $500. * Only edition. This is the text of a thesis on blasphemy in canon law and the law of Saxony and the Holy Roman Empire defended on October 30, 1670 at the University of Leipzig. OCLC locates no copies in North America. We located 1 copy at Harvard Law School. Verzeichnis der im Deutschen Sprachraum Erschienenen Drucke des 17. Jahrhunderts 12:161905V.
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2010-07-21 22:55:09
FERRARIUS Philippus
- Apud Franciscum Muguet, Lutetiae Parisiorum [Parisiis] (Paris) 1670, in-folio (23,5x39cm), (12) 533pp. et (2) 483pp. (21), 2 volumes reliés. - Edition originale. Grande vignette de l'imprimeur figurant l'adoration des rois mages. Epître à Colbert avec un bandeaux par Chauveau et une grande lettrine. Impression sur deux colonnes. Reliure en plein vélin d'époque. Dos à nerfs janséniste. Titre et tomaison à la plume noire. Une partie de la coiffe supérieure du tome I manquante. Coiffe de queue du tome II arrachée. Mors supérieur fendu du tome I sur trois caissons. Travaux de vers sur le dos du tome II, parfois assez important. Trous de vers sur les dos des deux volumes. Papier souvent jauni. Vaste répertoire géographique composé sous la forme d'un dictionnaire par Ferrarius, augmenté et remanié par Michel Antoine Baudrand (l'éditeur scientifique). L'ouvrage recense non seulement les villes, mais aussi les lacs et rivières. A côté de la nomination latine, les termes sont dans la langue vernaculaire, et souvent dans plusieurs langues lorsque cela est nécessaire ; le dictionnaire constitue donc une importante source pour les origines latines, d'autant qu'il contient jusqu'au plus petit village et au plus petit ruisseau connu jusqu'alors dans le monde. En fin d'ouvrage une table des longitudes et latitudes. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] First Edition. Large thumbnail of the printer set the Adoration of the Magi. Letter to Colbert with headbands by Chauveau and a large drop cap. Printing on both colonnes.Plein Velin time. Spine ribbed Jansenist. Title and volume number … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [Paris, France]
2010-05-25 14:27:17
NOBLE Eustache Le
- pour Pierre Marteau, à s.l. [Leyde] 1670, petit in-12 ( 14x8cm), (4) 186 pp. (1)., relié. - Edition originale elzévirienne, en réalité imprimée en Hollande. Reliure en plein veau moucheté d'époque, dos à nerfs janséniste. Pièce de titre contrecollée en papier de l'époque. Frottements, un mors fendu le long des deux premiers caissons du plat supérieur. Ecrivain français souvent porté aux pamphlets et à la satire, Eustache le Noble (1643-1711), baron de Saint-Georges et de Tenelière, fut emprisonné à la Conciergerie pour actes frauduleux, s'en échappa, fut alors pris à nouveau et banni de France pour 9 ans, il mourut pauvre alors qu'il avait été riche. Ce dialogue prend place parmi 19 dialogues ou pasquinades qui furent édités toujours séparément, lesquels réunissent Pasquin et Marforio, deux personnages arlequinesques, et qui parurent anonymement entre 1670 et 1691. Plus tard, les dialogues porteront plus précisément sur la situation et les crises politiques de l'Europe, mais la satire est déjà politique, contre les moines, le pape et l'église, les princes, les écrivains. Le Noble a également écrit les dialogues du diable boîteux. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] Edition elzévirienne, actually printed in Holland paper. Full speckled calf time, back with nerves Jansenist. Piece of laminated paper title at the time. Friction, a bit split along the first two boxes of the upper plate. French writer often worn with pamphlets and satire, Eustache le Noble (1643-1711), Baron de Saint-Georges and Tenelière, was imprisoned in the Conciergerie for fraudulent acts, escaped, th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [Paris, France]
2010-05-01 23:03:10
CHARRON, Pierre [1541-1603]
London: Printed for Nathaniel Ranew and Jonathan Robinson, 1670., 1670. small 4to. pp. 14 p.l., 524, [18]index, [1 leaf]ads. engraved title. An attractive copy in full gilt-paneled black morocco, gilt back & inside dentelles, all edges gilt (front joint repaired, occasional light foxing). Eighth Edition of the English Translation by Samson Lennard (first: c1608) of Charron's most famous treatise, in which he presents a complete popular theory of moral philosophy. De La Sagesse, first published in 1601, was "one of the first important philosophical works to be written in a modern language and to present a moral theory apart from religious considerations." (Popkin, Encyc. of Philosophy) It "was highly influential in disseminating sceptical views and arguments into philosophical and theological discussions and played an important role in the development of modern thought, libertinism, and fideism." (Idem) The sceptic philosopher and theologian Charron was the disciple and intellectual heir of Montaigne, who adopted him as his son. Wing C3719. cfRand I p. 144.. Hardcover.
Bookseller: D & E Lake Ltd. (ABAC, ILAB) [Canada]
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2010-05-01 16:54:46
[PERRAULT, Charles] [1628-1703]
Paris: Imprimerie Royale [Sebastian Mabre-Cramoisy], 1670., 1670. folio. pp. ff. [4], pp. 8, ff. 9-62, pp. 63-67, [1], 65-104. [all but 3 plates incl. in foliation/pagination]. engraved title with bust of Louis XIV by Aegid. Rousselet, 11 engravings on 7 double-page plates, 30 large engravings with letterpress text (most verso's blank, 1 double-page), & 10 sheets with 55 small engraved emblems. 7 engraved headpieces, 5 engraved tailpieces & 3 engraved initials. A nice crisp copy, bound in full modern period-style marbled calf, gilt back. First Edition of this beautiful fête book, recording one of the most celebrated of the spectacular festivals held at Versailles by the young Louis XIV. The tournament took place in front of the Tuileries, in a vast amphitheatre since designated by the name 'place du Carrousel'. Five groups of costumed noblemen representing Romans, Persians, Turks, Indians, and Americans, participated in the event which included games of skill, the Romans led by the King, the Persians by his brother Philippe, the Turks by the Prince de Condé, the Indians by the Duc d'Enghien, and the Americans by the Duc de Guise. The magnificent engravings by Israel Silvestre and François Chauveau depict the splendid procession from the Place Vendôme to the Place du Carrousel, the elaborate costumes of the participants, the emblems and devices of the participating French nobles, and the grand festivities held in the amphitheatre. Of special note are the six engravings of the members of the American group, dressed in fantastic 'native American' costum … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: D & E Lake Ltd. (ABAC, ILAB)
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2010-05-01 08:19:57
Cicero, Marcus Tullius
Paris: Au Palais, Par La Compagnic Des Libraires Associez Au Privilge, 1670. Paris: Au Palais, Par La Compagnic Des Libraires Associez Au Privilge. Good+. 1670. Hardcover. Tome X only. Contenant "Les Tusculanes". Translated by Du Ryer, Pierre. Full leather darkened over time. Spine with five raised bands & gilt decorated panels. Marbled endpapers & page edges. Hinges just strating by spine head with covers firmly attached. Chipped spine head . Corners with mild wear. Works of Cicero. Philosophy; 16mo 6" - 7" tall; 497 pages .
Bookseller: Nick Bikoff, Bookseller [U.S.A.]
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2010-04-29 09:13:57
D'aulnoy (Marie Catherine Le Jumel de Barneville)
London. 1670. Printed for Henry Herringman. First edition in English of this well known book, a fictional account of the author's travels in Spain, republished countless times. Many currently in print copies are for sale by Internet booksellers. This first edition from 1670 is exceptionally rare. The book is disbound, the boards present but unattached and the spine is worn. Title page is browned at margins and has some chipping at edges, also an owner's inscription in a fine hand in brown ink, in French. The book block is solid and internally the book is very nice without staining or foxing, except for a tear in the bottom corner of one leaf with a slight loss of text. An old brown ink stain is on the paper edges as seen in pic but the stain does not extend beyond the edges into the margins of the paper.
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2010-04-28 23:01:14
GOOS, Pieter (1615-1675).
Amsterdam: Peter Goos, 1670. Folio (20 6/8 x 13 2/8 inches). Letterpress title-page within an engraved elaborate allegorical border with contemporary hand-color (lightly soiled, edges a bit frayed). 41 double-page or folding engraved charts, all those called for in the index plus the additional CHART OF NEW JERSEY which is present in some examples, but not called for, the chart of the Zuyder Zee extended to include Harderwijck, all with EXCEPTIONALLY FINE CONTEMPORARY HAND-COLOUR in outline, the cartouches and frontispieces fully colored (outer margins of the chart of the Pacific with a few early repairs not affecting the image, some minor marginal worming and a few pale stains, occasional light browning). Original Dutch vellum gilt, with large corner pieces and central cartouche gilt on the sides, all gilt edges, two pairs of leather ties (expert and discreet repairs by Sangorski and Sutcliffe). Provenance: With the contemporary ownership inscription of Harr[y] Smyth obscured at the head of the title-page and the recto of the first map, but clearly visible on the recto of the 9th map, and with contemporary numbering in the top margin of each map; Christopher Henry Beaumont Pease, Lord Wardington (1924-2005), Library of Important Atlases and Geographies, his sale Sotheby's 18th October 2005, lot 178. Fourth edition in English, the charts correspond with the edition of 1668, although chart 3 is now dated 1669. Like most Dutch Sea-Atlas publishers of the 17th century, Goos issued English editions to satisfy the British market. These are among the scarcest editions of … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-04-24 15:07:43
Ferrer de Valdecebro, A.
Madrid, M. Alegre, 1670. 4to (20.5 x 13.7 cm). [xl], 205 numbered leaves, 30 pp. of "tabla general" (general index), one engraved portrait of San Vicente Ferrer and 18 engravings in the text, all of the birds discussed. Limp vellum with beautifully contemporary calligraphed title on the spine. Rare first illustrated edition. An interesting mixture of fact and fancy that throws much light on popular ideas regarding the ornithology of Spain in the 17th century, in which (with some information of value) one finds the usual pious adjuncts to be expected from this author. Although Wood only quotes 17 plates, we think it should have 18, as our copy has. It deals with the Aguila (eagle), Buytre (buzzard), Cigueña (stork), Garza or Garça (heron), Cisne (swan), Fenix, Pelicano (but the illustration suggests that the writer did not know this bird), Halcon (falcon), Gavilan (harrier), Buho (owl), Grulla (crane), Papagayo (parrot), Ansaron (goose), Avestruz (ostrich), Pavo Real (peacock), Cuervo (crow), Paloma (pigeon), and the Gallo (chicken). The leaf numbering is not entirely consistent. Some marginal foxing and one right corner of the text (p. 143) with some slight loss of paper, but without touching the text itself. Later flyleaves and a library stamp on the title page. Palau mentions a first, unillustrated edition from 1668. However, we find no references to that edition elsewhere. In any case, this is the first illustrated edition, including an engraved portrait of the author. The Licencia de la Orden is dated 30 de Setiembre 1669, the Aprobation Octubre 23 de 1669. Several late … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Schierenberg [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2010-04-23 10:54:53
FERRARIUS Philippus
Lutetiae Parisiorum [Parisiis] |(Paris): Apud Franciscum Muguet, 1670. Fine. Apud Franciscum Muguet, Lutetiae Parisiorum [Parisiis] (Paris) 1670, in-folio (23,5x39cm), (12) 533pp. et (2) 483pp. (21), 2 volumes reliés. - First Edition. Large thumbnail of the printer set the Adoration of the Magi. Letter to Colbert with headbands by Chauveau and a large drop cap. Printing on both colonnes.Plein Velin time. Spine ribbed Jansenist. Title and volume number in black pen. Part of the upper cover of Volume I missing. Tail cap of volume II torn. Upper jaw split of Volume I of the three cases. To work on the back of Volume II, sometimes quite important. Wormholes on the backs of two volumes. Often paper jauni.Vaste gazetteer compound as a dictionary Ferrarius, increased and revised by Michel Antoine Baudrand (scientific editor). The book presents not only the cities, but also lakes and rivers ... Next to the Latin appointment, the terms are in the vernacular, and often in several languages when necessary; So the dictionary is an important source for Latin origins, especially since it contains to the smallest village and the smallest known to date in the world Creek. End of the book a table of longitudes and latitudes. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Grande vignette de l'imprimeur figurant l'adoration des rois mages. Epître à Colbert avec un bandeaux par Chauveau et une grande lettrine. Impression sur deux colonnes. Re … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [France]
2010-04-18 17:20:36
Masson, Antoine; Sève, Gilbert De (After).
Kingdom of France: ca. 1670. Copper plate engraving. 37 x 29.5 cm. Bust-length portrait. Signed & inscr. in plate. Stamped/embossed "F. R. K." lower left corner. VG-NF. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts [U.S.A.]
2010-04-08 16:39:06
Caesar:
Amstelodami [Amsterdam], ex Officina Elzeviriana, 1670. 8vo. pp. [xvi], 918, [xxxii], with engraved title page and engraving of siege walls on p. 292 + engraved folding map of the Roman world. Occasional light waterstaining, old underlining in ink at intervals. Contemporary vellum. Old owenership signature to title and nineteenth century die-sinker bookplate of William Francis Segrave to front pastedown. A line for line reprint of the 1661 variorum edition, according to Willems (Dibdin, relying on Harwood’s judgement, favours the 1661 edition).
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2010-04-02 13:25:28
Marzioli Francesco
Bologna: In fine: Bologna, Erede di Domenico Barbieri. 1670(1670). [Figurato Militaria] (cm39) ottima piena pergamena originale, titolo manoscritto al dorso. -- cc. 3 nn., pp. 166 (numerate da 15 a 166), cc. 3 nn. Occhietto, ritratto, frontis figurato + 27 tavv. f.t. e 37 tavole nel testo di cui 15 a piena pagina. Il ritratto e lo stemma sono incisi da D. A. Bricio Delin., L. Tintus Sculp. Edizione originale rarissima (manca a molti repertori biliografici) di uno dei più celebri figurati del '600 consacrato all' arte militare. Uso della picca e del fucile, tattica di fanteria e delle truppe in battaglia. Di grande interesse anche per i costumi. Magnifico esemplare fresco e marginoso. Con incisioni in rame in prima tiratura con alta definizione come raramente si incontra. * Gelli 139; * Dayala 40;* Lipperheide Qb49; * Haym 578; * Capponi 249; * Michel-Michel V 138; * Britisch M. Cat. XVII Cent. Italian Books II 552.[f55]. Libro. Book Condition: molto buono. Binding: Rilegato
Bookseller: Libri antichi e rari Francesco e Claudia [Arezzo, ITALY]
2010-03-28 15:15:18
(ARNAULD)
Paris, Charles Chavreux (1), Veuve Charles Chavreux (2), Guillaume Desprez (3), Jean Baptiste Coignard (4 and 5)., 1670. 5 vols. Large 4to. Contemporary calf, backs gilt in compartments (top and foot back vol. 2 sl. dam.). Fine set of the famous "Grande Perpétuité" by N. Arnauld, continued by E. Renaudot (vol.4 and 5) , uniformly bound. ¶ Collation: Vol.1: (ii blank), (viii),xxxii, 856, 84(= deux dissertations sur le sujet de Iean Scot & de Bertram), (ii blank) pp.; vol.2: (ii blank), (xii), 844, (ii blank) pp.; Vol. 3: (ii blank), (xxxii), 853, (i), (ii blank) pp. ; Vol.4: (ii blank), (xxviii), 824, (xii), (2 blank) pp; Vol. 5: (ii blank), (xx), 712, (viii), (ii blank) pp. (Small library-stamp on verso titles)
Bookseller: Boekhandel - Antiquariaat Emile Kerssema
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2010-03-23 23:02:52
BLOUNT, THOMAS
London: John Martin & Henry Herringman, 1670. London: John Martin & Henry Herringman. G: in Good condition. Modern rebind with new eps. With Corrigenda page. Title page worn and repaired. Edge wear to preface pages and tape repair to dedication page. Darkening to page edges. 1670. First Edition. Brown hardback half-leather cover. 300mm x 200mm (12" x 8"). [300pp.]. The author was the first English legal lexicographer who cited reference to authorities. .
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2010-03-04 22:56:21
ADAM av BREMEN || MADER, Joachim Johann (Ed).
Helmstad, Henningi Mulleri, 1670. 4:o. (16),+ 163,+ (12),+ (blank),+ 175-201, 102-129, 110-116, 237-252,+ (20) s. Enstaka småfläckar. Modernt skinnband, blindpräglad rygg med upphöjda bind och guldprägade pärmar. Bunden i Valencia, Spanien. Warmholtz 1637. Bra exemplar av Maders textkritiska utgåva av Adam av Bremens viktiga krönika över Hamburgstiftet, med dess skildring av hednakulten i Uppsala m.m. Joachim Johann Mader (1626-80), var tysk historiker och bibliograf som arbetade biblioteket i Wolfenbüttel och på akademien i Helmstad. Tidigare fanns dansken Anders Sørensen Vedels utgåva från 1579, utökad av Erpold Lindenbrog 1595 och omtryckt flera gånger.
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [Sweden]
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2010-01-26 00:44:21
Zeeland.
Kopergravure, ca. 1670 - . F. de Wit. Handgekleurd. Gekopieerde kaart van Nic. Visscher. Eerste staat. Titel in cartouche met wapenschild en Neptunus.Ref.:Gittenberger p.104/105. Blonk 45.1. Afmeting:55,5 x 47 cm. Geleverd in zuurvrij passe-partout.* Buitenverblijven, boerderijen, polders en wegen worden zeer getrouw weergegeven.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Boekenbeurs
2010-01-16 20:28:32
OUDENHOVEN, J. VAN,
Haarlem, A. Vermerck, 1670. 12mo. (VIII)+545+(5)+40 pp. Met uitsl. kaart. Gebonden. Perkament uit de tijd. Goed ex. (Band wat vlekkig, onderkant rug l. besch.; bruine vlek in kaart).
Bookseller: Charbo's Antiquariaat [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2010-01-15 11:20:32
Noy, William
An unusually cast work by Noy, attorney general and one of the finest lawyers of his day, numbering Hale and Maynard among his pupils, with a first part in question and answer format, and a second expository; with a prefatory account of Noy's life. Early calf, extensively restored and very worn, ex-library, some browning and early underlining, yet a crisp, usable copy; without the portrait. Printed For S.S. and are to be sold by W. Jacob [etc.], London, 1670.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2009-12-15 14:32:04
SHERINGHAM, Robert.
Cambridge, Joann Hayes, 1670. 8:o. (32),+ 96, 95-488,+ (19) s. Litet hål sid. 147-148 med förlust av pagina. Enstaka småfläckar med en något större sid. 345-346. Sista bladen med fuktrand. Samtida pergamentband, röda stänksnitt. Ur Hemming Forelius bibliotek, med hans namnteckning på titelbladet, daterad 1699, med Gahm Perssons namnteckning på frampärmens insida, daterad 1767 samt med dennes exlibris, med D. G. Neschers biblioteksstämpel på titelbladet och ur Ericsbergs bibliotek, med Carl Jedvard Bondes exlibris klistrat ovanpå Gahm Perssons. Med KB:s "Dupl"-anteckning i bläck. Warmholtz 1327. Carlander II, 174, 561ff, III, 12 resp. 564ff. Då Sheringham i denna bok om det engelska folkets härkomst stöder den svenska linjen, att goternas/ geternas/ göternas härkomst är att finna i Skandinavien och att Noaks söner är förfäder till göterna, vinner den Warmholtz fulla gillande. I övrigt behandlar Sheringham Britanniens läge, saxarnas, anglernas och "geternas" ankomst dit, bruk och seder. Sheringham förfäktade åsikten att saxarna och cimbrerna härstammade från Troja. Robert Sheringham (1602-78) var språkvetare och historiker i Cambridge men fick gå i landsflykt till Holland för rojalism 1644, där han undervisade i arabiska och hebreiska. Först efter restaurationen 1660 kunde han återvända till England. Fin kedja av provenienser. Vältalighetsprofessorn i Uppsala Hemming Forelius (1654-1708) boksamling såldes efter hans död på auktion i Uppsala 1709, enligt tryckt förteckning. Arkivarien Sigfrid Lorents Gahm Perssons (1725-94) stora boksamling såldes likaledes efter hans död på … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2009-12-13 15:23:20
RAAM, PEDER NILSON.
Om staaff och råå/ och thes beskaffenheet. Allom them til nytto/ gagn och underrättelse/ som emillan sigh och sine grannar förmedlest räknekonsten/ åker och äng/ haghar/ skogh och marck/ effter öre och ortigh deela willia. Uptänckt och sammanskrifwen. Strängnäs, Z. Brockenio, 1670. 8:o. (16),110,(1) s. Med flera illustrativa figurer och tabeller i texten. Samtida nött och lätt solkigt vitt fårskinnryggbd. Pärmhörnen i pergament. Bitvis obetydligt bruntonad. Bra ex. med delvis raderade samtida ägaranteckningar, bl.a. av J. G. Sack. Ur Bergshammarsbiblioteket och Gustaf Bernströms bibliotek med hans anteckning "coll. cat." i blyerts.. Collijn 753. Några bokstäver på titelbladet saknas då trycket inte tagit ordentligt. Med en tvåsidig rekommendation av Uppsalaprofessorerna P. Fontelius och J. Fornelius samt en hyllningsvers av Daniel Dusæus Troll. I förordet tackar författaren Gustaf Rosenhane för ekonomiskt bistånd i arbetet med författandet av denna den äldsta svenska läroboken i lantmäteri. Anteckningarna på för- och eftersättsblad innehåller ytterligare räkneexempel liknande de i arbetet
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2009-11-22 04:35:55
RACHELIUS, SAMUEL. - [TREATISE ON DUELLING]
Lübeck, Ulricus Wetsteinius, 1670. Lacking printed wrappers, bookblock only. (120) pp. 8vo. Text in Latin and German. Samuel Rachel (1628-91), German jurist, diplomat and professor in moral philosphy. At thesis on duels and their legality including the Royal resolution on duels from 1668. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2009-11-17 21:14:07
DU RYER, Pierre, (d.1658) & CICERO, Marcus Tullius [106BC-43BC]
A Paris: au Palais, par la Compagnie des libraires associez au privilege, 1670. 1st Edition. Good. 17TH CENTURY CICERO BOOKS ARE SCARCE Volume #10 only of 12 volumes originally published. 6.5 x 4 inches. Pages: complete with all 499 pages in this Vol. X only; generally free from markings or foxing. Condition: Good, wear to the corners, edges, and spine ends; some rubbing and scuffing to the leather in places; attractive shelf appearance with gold gilt design. Binding: tight and secure leather binding. Publisher: A Paris, : au Palais, par la Compagnie des libraires associez au privilege., M.DC.LXX.. Imprint on t.p. verso: A Paris, chez Guillaume de Luyne, ... Iean Cochart, ... Estienne Loyson, ... Gabriel Quinet, ... Claude Barbin, ... et René Guignard ... Tusculanae Disputationes is a series of books originally written by Cicero, around 45 BC, attempting to popularise Stoic philosophy in Ancient Rome. In the sixty-second year of Cicero's age, his daughter, Tullia, died in childbed; and her loss afflicted Cicero to such a degree that he abandoned all public business, and, leaving the city, retired to Asterra, which was a country house that he had near Antium; where, after a while, he devoted himself to philosophical studies, and, besides other works, he published his Tretise de Finibus, and also this treatise called the Tusculan Disputations, of which Middleton gives this concise description: "The first book ["On the contempt of death"] teaches us how to contemn the terrors of death, and to look upon it as a blessing rather than an evil; "The second, ["On beari … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2009-09-09 16:55:47
LOCCENIUS, Johannes.
Uppsala, Henricus Curio, 1670. 8:o. (8),+ 210,+ (14) s. Rikligt med samtida understrykningar och marginalanteckningar. Enstaka småfläckar. Papperslagning sid 83-86 med pagina ersatt av handskrift. G-arket felbundet. Samtida skinnband med blindornerad rygg med senare titeletikett. Namnteckning H. Fryxell. Collijn sp. 528. Warmholtz 1416. Hesse 1263. Tredje upplagan, fast den andra separata, av Loccenius svenska kulturhistoria "Antiquitatum ...". Den utkom första 1647 och sedan kom den som bihang till första (1654) och tredje (1676) upplagorna av Loccenius svenska historia. Det är ett av de första försöken att använda det äldre svenska lagmaterialet som källa till medeltidens materiella och andliga kultur, och är ansett som ett av Loccenius främsta arbeten.
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [SE]
2009-08-10 08:26:43
Ohne Autor
Amsteldam (Amsterdam). Paulus van Ravesteyn 1670. 1670 239 Bl. (5 Bücher Mose); 88 Bl. Propheten; 112 Bl. Neues Testament; 72 Bl. Apokryphen. 239 Bl. (5 Bücher Mose); 88 Bl. Propheten; 112 Bl. Neues Testament; 72 Bl. Apokryphen. Pergament der Zeit. Goldprägung auf Rücken: "HOLLAENDISCHE. BIBEL.", d.h. wohl nicht in den Niederlanden gebunden. Druck zweispaltig jeweils mit Kommentarspalte. Einband angenehm patiniert in Elfenbein-Ton. Bindung fest, Papier hell und fast ohne Stockflecken. Wenige Marginalien, Klebereste und vereinzelte Fraßspuren am Vorsatz. Die vier dem Werk oft beigebunden ausfaltbaren Karten aus dem Druck von Paulus van Ravesteyn sind diesem Exemplar nicht beigebunden. Pergament der Zeit. Goldprägung auf Rücken: "HOLLAENDISCHE. BIBEL.", d.h. wohl nicht in den Niederlanden gebunden. Druck zweispaltig jeweils mit Kommentarspalte. (Sprache: Holländisch) Versand D: 4,80 EUR
Bookseller: HENNWACK - Berlins größtes Antiquariat [Germany]
2009-07-11 12:19:33
Amsterdam, Elzevier 1670 - 16°. Mit gestoch. Titel (in Pag.). 271 S., 8 Bl. Schwarzes langnarbiges Maroquin des 19. Jhdts. mit Rtit., schlichter Rvg., goldgepr. Filete auf Deckeln und Stehkanten, Innenkantenvg. und dreiseit. Goldschnitt (etw. berieben, wenig bestoßen). Einer von 2 oder 3 Drucken der sog. 'kleinen Curtius-Ausgabe' , S. 3 mit der Kustode 'hac'; . - Willems 2146. Berghman (Suppl. zu Willems) 572. - Geschichte Alexanders des Großen. - Leicht gebräunt, wenig fleckig, schön gebunden. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: A la Recherche
2009-06-23 12:30:23
[Bible in English]
Cambridge: John Hayes, Printer to the University. 1670. Small 4to (8.75" x 6.5"). First Thus. H Hard Cover. Very Good. Engraved title dated 1673; New Testament title dated 1670; first edition thus. Sound and attractive copy containing the Old and New Testaments plus Apocrypha, six unidentified pages of prayers and four unidentified pages of psalms bound in at the rear. Small 4to (22 cm x 16.5 cm) full textured black leather, most likely early nineteenth century, with concentric rectangular panels and other blindstamped designs, gilt decorated edges and inner dentelles, rebacked in brown morocco lettered in gilt with raised spine bands, nineteenth century endpapers but with one original endpaper bound in, all edges gilt, elaborate engraved title by Chantry, double column format, decorative woodcut initials scattered throughout. Extremities rubbed and lightly scuffed, text block sound, margins lightly shaved but without loss of text or margin notes, minor chip to upper corner of final leaf of Revelations, affecting the top three lines of the outer colums, pages lightly age-toned but clean.
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2009-06-19 20:34:26
Hospinian, Rodolphus
Zürich, Wolff 1670. 34 cm. (30), 418 Seiten mit Titelvignette und Kopfvignette (Putten mit Büchern). Festeinband, Ledereinband der Zeit mit reicher Rückenvergoldoldung, Wappen-Supralibros und vergoldeten Stehkanten - VD17 12:114276G - BL German 1601-1700 H1685ff (vgl.) - Bogeng, Bibliophilen I, 259 (Bünau) - NDB II, 739 (Bünau) - Rudolf Hospinian, eigentlich Rudolf Wirth (1547 - 1626), Zürcher Prediger und Autor zahlreicher historischer Werke über Taufe, Messe, Mönchtum usw. mit dem Ziel, die katholische Kirche des Irrtums zu überführen. Die Historia Iesuitica ist eine Geschichte der Jesuiten aus protestantischer Sicht. Schönes Exemplar aus der Bibliothek des Grafen Heinrich v. Bünau mit dessen Wappen-Supralibros. Vorgebunden: Hospinian, Rodolphus: De Monachis hoc est, de origine et progressu Monachatus ... Libri sex. Editio nova, ab auctore ante obitum emendata, aucta, et locupletata. Genf, de Tournes, 1659. (50), 550 Seiten mit Titelvignette. - Geringe Restaurierung am Rücken oben und unten, sonst schön. - Sprache / Language: Lateinisch / Latin -
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2009-05-20 20:50:47
Kupferstich von zwei Platten gedruckt aus Merian, Theatrum Europaeum 1670. 28.5x72.5 cm. - Fauser 5764 - Mit Ansichten der Orte Segelhorst und Barksen. Dekorative Darstellung der Schlacht zwischen evangel. Truppen unter Georg von Calenberg und kaiserlichen Truppen unter Gronsfeld und Merode.Für die 1670 erschienene Auflage des Theatrum Europaeum-Bandes wurde ein verkleinerter Nachstich angefertigt (das Blatt der Erstausgabe ist ca. 94 cm breit).
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2009-04-24 16:20:42
Kupferstich von G. Bouttats aus Gualdo Priorato 1670. 38x51 cm. - Geisberg Ansichten 41 und 1932 Nr. 50 - Schmale Rändchen, kleines Loch in alter Faltung restauriert.
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2009-03-13 21:13:00
EVELYN, John
London.Printed for Jo. Martyn and Ja. Allestry. 1670.. Near Fine. Hardcover. Book folio, 30.5cm, [xlvii],247,[iv],67,33,[1]p., with 5 engraved plus title vignette, in full con-temporary dark paneled calf, raised bands with label, wanting the front andrear endpapers as issued, (books in this period were often issued withoutendpapers) a very good to fine antique binding. (cgc) A very good copywith Imprimatur leaf at the beginning and errata leaf at the end. An indexon pp25 was added to this edition which was not in the firstedition. .
Bookseller: J. Patrick McGahern Books Inc. (ABAC) [Ottawa, ON, Canada]
2009-03-10 04:10:37
CHARRON, Pierre [1541-1603].
London: Printed for Nathaniel Ranew and Jonathan Robinson, 1670. small 4to. pp. 14 p.l., 524, [18]index, [1 leaf]ads. engraved title. An attractive copy in full gilt-paneled black morocco, gilt back & inside dentelles, all edges gilt (front joint repaired, occasional light foxing). Eighth Edition of the English Translation by Samson Lennard (first: c1608) of CharronÂ’s most famous treatise, in which he presents a complete popular theory of moral philosophy. De La Sagesse, first published in 1601, was "one of the first important philosophical works to be written in a modern language and to present a moral theory apart from religious considerations." (Popkin, Encyc. of Philosophy) It "was highly influential in disseminating sceptical views and arguments into philosophical and theological discussions and played an important role in the development of modern thought, libertinism, and fideism." (Idem) The sceptic philosopher and theologian Charron was the disciple and intellectual heir of Montaigne, who adopted him as his son. Wing C3719. cfRand I p. 144. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: D & E LAKE LTD. (ABAC/ILAB) [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2009-03-02 23:14:04
HOSPINIAN RUDOLPH.
apud I.R. Wolphium,, Tiguri, 1670. Cm. 34, pp. (30) 418. Frontespizio in rosso e nero con grande marchio tipografico in xilografia. Bella legatura coeva in pelle di scrofa su assi di legno, dorso a nervi e piatti decorati a secco con superlibro della "Society of Writers to Signet". Fermagli di chiusura originali in metallo (di cui uno mutilo). Manca verosimilmente un occhietto o una carta sicuramente bianca. Bell'esemplare, marginoso ed in ottimo stato di conservazione. Seconda edizione (la prima apparve nel 1619) di questa celebre opera sulla storia dei gesuiti, ultima fatica letteraria del zurighese R. Hospinian (pseudonimo di Wirth). Non comune ed impreziosita da un'affascinante legatura.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
2009-02-22 07:11:24
Blount, Thomas
London: In the Savoy, Printed by Tho. Newcomb, for John Martin and Henry Herringman, at the Sign of the Bell in S. Pauls Churchyard, and a Little Without Temple-Bar, and in the New Exchange, 1670 - Hardcover. First Edition. Folio. Modern cloth binding--original margins trimmed slightly, without loss of text. Modern binding in fine condition. Internally, occasional tape repairs to edges of title page, dedication and preface, as well as the last page of text and the rear free endpaper. Staining to two pages of text. Otherwise, some light foxing. Handwritten notes on rear free endpaper, as well as on one page of text. Unpaginated. Complete, with title page, epistle dedicatory, corrigenda [misbound between dedication and preface], preface, advertisements, saxon characters, and a titular and chronological table of kings and queens from the conquest to 1670. Overall a good copy of a scarce First Edition of one of the most important books in English law.
Bookseller: A Book By Its Cover [U.S.A.]
2009-02-10 03:19:45
Spanheim, Frederic 1632-1701
Geneva: Petri Clouet, 1670. Book. Religion; Job, biblical figure; [8], 226 pages; 21.7cm; full vellum binding; spine damaged; pages with worm holes; folded map entitled Descriptio locorum quorum sit mentio in historio Jobi; hand written note on front flyleaf. Very good-condition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Kurt Gippert Bookseller ABAA [Chicago, IL, U.S.A.]
2008-12-07 07:54:34
DEUS, Jacinto de, O.F.M.
Lisbon, Na Officina de Antonio Craesbeeck de Mello, 1670. 4°, contemporary limp vellum (ties gone, small hole in spine near head), vertical manuscript title on spine, text-block edges sprinkled red. Large elegant woodcut initial on recto of second leaf. Smaller woodcut initial on p. 1. In fine condition. (12 ll.), 307 pp. *** FIRST EDITION. In this work Fr. Jacinto de Deus treats 61 military orders, including the Orders of Santiago, Malta, Aviz, Christ, the Templars, etc. There is even a brief section (pp. 192-4) devoted to King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table! He gives accounts of their foundation, their jurisdiction, and their activities, if any, in the early discoveries, in Ethiopia, and in the "Estado da Índia." The final section (pp. 266-307) contains letters from King Philip III (II of Portugal) to the Conde da Vidigueira, to D. Jeronymo de Azevedo, and to D. Francisco Mascarenhas, viceroys of India, as well as one letter from King Philip II (I of Portugal) to D. Fr. Aleixo de Menezes, Archbishop Primate of India, regarding various decrees, papal authorizations, and so on, related to the military orders in the East. The book is dedicated to D. Rodrigo de Castro, Senhor de Sirigão, in Damão. The preliminary leaves include a neo-Latin epigram, a sonnet in Portuguese "A Monarchia Portugueza ao Author", an unsigned poem in Spanish of four ten-line stanzas, a poem in Portuguese of six six-line stanzas by Fr. Hyacintho de Santo Thomas, followed by two Portuguese sonnets and a three-page elegy in Portuguese, all by the same author. The Capuchin Fr. Jacinto de Deus, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Richard C. Ramer Old and Rare Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2008-12-06 21:00:44
Müller, Heinrich
Frankfurt, Wust, 1670.. (...Benebenst einem Anhang zweyer theologischer Fragen. 1. Ob ein Christ in gewissen Fällen für seinen Nähesten das Leben zu lassen schuldig seye? 2. Ob ein Christ, von einem Trunckenbold überfallen, lieber tödten sol oder sich tödten lassen. Auffgerichtet und erörtert durch Doct. Heinrich Müllern, der Heil. Schrifft Profess. und Pastorn der Gemeine zu St.Marien in Rostock - hier wohl die Erste Ausgabe vorliegend ) Mit 30 Kupfertafeln ( das Eingangskupfer doppelblattgroß ), 11 n.n. Blätter ( Zuschrift und Vorrede an den Leser ), 662 Seiten mit 30 Kupfertafeln sowie einigen Vignetten im Text, 4 n.n. Blätter ( Register Biblischer Sprüche ), geprägter Oldr der Zeit mit 1 ( von 2 ) Schließen, Klein8° ( 14,5 x 8.5 cm ). Einband berieben, Ecken und Kanten bestoßen, oberes Kapital beschädigt, 1 Schließe fehlt, bei der vorhanden Schließe ist der Dorn defekt. Innen Besitzvermerke von alter Hand auf dem Vorsatz, vorderer Vorsatz beschädigt, das doppelseitige Eingangskupfer knapp beschnitten und zum Rand hin beschädigt sowie zum Rand hin rostfleckig. Ansonsten innen wenige Seiten gering fleckig bzw. stockfleckig, die schönen Kupfer meist von guter Erhaltung. Letzte Seiten wiederum gering beschädigt und gering rostfleckig ( durch die Schließen bedingt ). - sehr selten - ( Gewicht 400 Gramm) ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available ).
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2008-12-04 10:46:11
ARCHIMEDES OF SYRACUSE. - [FIRST GERMAN ARCHIMEDES]
Nürnberg, Paulus Fürsten, 1670 (Sand=Rechnung: 1667). Folio. Cont. full calf, rebacked in old style with 5 raised bands. Corners neatly repaired. Extremities slightly rubbed. Engraved frontispiece with globes, world-systems and archimedean figures. Title in red a. black. (18),427,(1) pp. and (8),32 pp. Numerous diagrams in the text. Occasional light browning, a few brownspots. Some leaves in the "Sand-Rechnung" with a dampstain. In general fine, printed on good paper. ¶ First German edition of Archimedes' main mathematical works. The translation was made on the basis of David Rivault's latin-greek edition of 1615 and it has commentaries by the editor J.C. Sturm. It comprises, in first German translation, these main works of Archimedes: 1. Sphere & Cylinder (2 Books) - 2. Measurement of the Circle. - 3. Equilibrium of planes. - 4. Quadrature of the parabola. 5. Conoids & spheroids. 6. Spirals. - 7. Sand reckoner (Psammites, Arenarius) here with its own titlepage dated 1667.The famous Sand reckoner introduced an extremely large number in arithmetics, "How many grains of sand could the whole universe hold" ?, and this work also contained the first printed statement of the heliostatic world-picture, a theory first put forward by ARISTARCHUS in a lost work and here referred by Archimedes: "Dann er fetzet (Aristarchus) die Fix-oder Haft-Sterne, samt der Sonne als unbeweglich in einem Kreiss umb die Sonne, welche das Mittel solches Kreises besitze. Der Fix-oder Haft-Sternen aber ihren umb der Sonnen Mittelpunct ausgespannten, Himmel beschreibet er in solcher Grösse, dass der Erden … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Herman H J Lynge & Søn A/S [DK]
2008-12-02 18:04:27
Goedaert, Johann [Joanne Goedartio]
Middleburg: Fierensium. Lacks front board. Page edges browning. Title page soiled and fep detached. 61 plates present and in good order + one un-numbered plate and two engraved pages. [1670]. Reprint. Leather cover. 160mm x 100mm (6" x 4"). 236pp. 61 b/w engraved plates. Early edition of Goedaert's famous work on the metamorphosis of insects. The work has been described as "the beginnings of a new direction in the progress of entomology". Suitable for restoration and rebinding or research. Text in Latin. Dedication dated 1672. .
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2008-11-30 06:09:10
ATLAS - BLOME, RICHARD.
London, Printed by T.N. for R. Blome, 1670. Small folio. Cont. full calf. Rebacked. Some heavy scratches to covers. Covers with wear. Privilege, title in red/black, Dedication to Charles II (on verso is the Privilege repeated), Approbation (on verso Index), 113,(5) pp. + 82,(4) pp. + 138,(6) pp. + 56,(2) pp. + 55,(1) pp, 5 large engraved vignettes and 5 large engraved initials. Some tears and repairs to margins, some staining and soiling, mainly marginal. With 25 double-page (of which 9 are folded) engraved maps (the main part signed by the artists Francis Lamb and Wenceslaus Hollar). Some maps strenghtened on verso, some brownspots, some cut close, a few with repaired corners, the map of Spain repaired in 3 corners with some loss of image. A few wormtracts, sometimes browning to foldings. ¶ First edition with all 5 parts and complete with 25 maps. Although this atlas was never reprinted, the maps were used over the following 25 years in successive editions of Varenius's Cosmography."In 1667, the first of a new series of maps were engraved for Blome's A Geographical Description....1670. The completed volume was in small folio, and contained 24 maps (plus one duplicated), engraved by Francis Lamb, Thomas Burnford and Wenceslas Hollar). The maps in the atlas, as is clearly stated in the title to each, are copied from the equivalent map, published by the French geographer and mapmaker, Nicolas Sanson, and issued in his Cartes Generales de toutes les Parties du Monde of 1658. Althought this was not an original publication, it is worth pointing out that that this was the first n … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Herman H J Lynge & Søn A/S [DK]
2008-11-24 16:21:14
Girard,Guillaume (but not mentioned on titlepage) translated by Charles Cotton
London: Henry Brome, 1670. Hardcover. Good+. Fine portrait frontispiece Presentation copy from the author with inscription on margin of Titlepage. Folio (in 4's) 18th century half calf wide spine bands gilt compartments (hinges split but held by cords and inner hinge) (xvi)+651pp Main titlepage in red & black + 2 additional titlepages but through paginated. Armorial bookplate of Lord Strathallen. Three marginal tears all without loss but one to the third titlepage being nearly 3" long. Some foxing passim. Quite a scarce book appearing in only one edition. The ex dono is probably by Cotton (not the French author). *Cotton was a poet and author of several burlesques but his best known work is Scarronides though he also wrote on billiards, gaming and even fruit trees.
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