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2017-05-22 20:28:50
OGILBY, John.
London 1671. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Size: 35.5 x 29 cm. Very good condition; some light age toning of sheet and slight foxing, not affecting the image. This fascinating copperplate engraving comes from a famous work originally published in Dutch by the trade diplomat Jan Nieuhoff, but translated into English by the British mapmaker and publisher John Ogilby. The images provide a document of early western contact with China and come from the account written by the diplomat Jan Nieuhoff who was the steward of the first Dutch trade Ambassadors to China. The Dutch East India Company was keen to persuade the Emperor to open up the Chinese ports to the Dutch, and Nieuhoff joined Pieter van Goyer and Jacob de Keyser on the mission to visit the Emperor Chun-Chi. The work includes many remarks on Chinese manners and customs, together with a second part comprising a general description of the Chinese Empire. The fine plates and illustrations show town views in China, Tibet and Tartary, together with subjects such as costumes and natural history. Atlas Chinensis is a superb work on China, noteworthy not only for text, bringing notice of the mysteries of the East to English readers, but for the magnificent engraved illustrations and plates.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
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2017-05-22 20:28:50
OGILBY, John.
London 1671 - Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Size: 36 x 29.5 cm. Very good condition; some light age toning of sheet; a tear to the bottom margin. This fascinating copperplate engraving comes from a famous work originally published in Dutch by the trade diplomat Jan Nieuhoff, but translated into English by the British mapmaker and publisher John Ogilby. The images provide a document of early western contact with China and come from the account written by the diplomat Jan Nieuhoff who was the steward of the first Dutch trade Ambassadors to China. The Dutch East India Company was keen to persuade the Emperor to open up the Chinese ports to the Dutch, and Nieuhoff joined Pieter van Goyer and Jacob de Keyser on the mission to visit the Emperor Chun-Chi. The work includes many remarks on Chinese manners and customs, together with a second part comprising a general description of the Chinese Empire. The fine plates and illustrations show town views in China, Tibet and Tartary, together with subjects such as costumes and natural history. Atlas Chinensis is a superb work on China, noteworthy not only for text, bringing notice of the mysteries of the East to English readers, but for the magnificent engraved illustrations and plates.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member
2017-05-22 20:28:50
OGILBY, John.
London 1671 - Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Size: 36 x 29 cm. Very good condition; some light age toning of sheet and some foxing to the margins and a tear along the bottom centrefold. This fascinating copperplate engraving comes from a famous work originally published in Dutch by the trade diplomat Jan Nieuhoff, but translated into English by the British mapmaker and publisher John Ogilby. The images provide a document of early western contact with China and come from the account written by the diplomat Jan Nieuhoff who was the steward of the first Dutch trade Ambassadors to China. The Dutch East India Company was keen to persuade the Emperor to open up the Chinese ports to the Dutch, and Nieuhoff joined Pieter van Goyer and Jacob de Keyser on the mission to visit the Emperor Chun-Chi. The work includes many remarks on Chinese manners and customs, together with a second part comprising a general description of the Chinese Empire. The fine plates and illustrations show town views in China, Tibet and Tartary, together with subjects such as costumes and natural history. Atlas Chinensis is a superb work on China, noteworthy not only for text, bringing notice of the mysteries of the East to English readers, but for the magnificent engraved illustrations and plates.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member
2017-05-22 20:28:50
OGILBY, John.
London, 1671. No.1. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Fine condition; some light age toning of sheet. Size: 47.5 x 27.5 cm. (18� x 11 inches) This fascinating copperplate engraving comes from a famous work originally published in Dutch by the trade diplomat Jan Nieuhoff, but translated into English by the British mapmaker and publisher John Ogilby. The images provide a document of early western contact with China and come from the account written by the diplomat Jan Nieuhoff who was the steward of the first Dutch trade Ambassadors to China. The Dutch East India Company was keen to persuade the Emperor to open up the Chinese ports to the Dutch, and Nieuhoff joined Pieter van Goyer and Jacob de Keyser on the mission to visit the Emperor Chun-Chi. The work includes many remarks on Chinese manners and customs, together with a second part comprising a general description of the Chinese Empire. The fine plates and illustrations show town views in China, Tibet and Tartary, together with subjects such as costumes and natural history. Atlas Chinensis is a superb work on China, noteworthy not only for text, bringing notice of the mysteries of the East to English readers, but for the magnificent engraved illustrations and plates.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2017-05-22 20:28:50
OGILBY, John.
Atlas Chinensis; Being a Second Part of a Relation of Remarkable Passages in two Embassies from the East India Company of the Un, 1671. Atlas Chinensis; Being a Second Part of a Relation of Remarkable Passages in two Embassies from the East India Company of the United Provinces to the Vice-Roy Singlamong and General Taising, Lipovi, and to Konchi, Emperor of China and East Tartary.. John OGILBY., 1671. No.2. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Fine condition; some light age toning of sheet. Size: 47.5 x 27.5 cm This fascinating copperplate engraving comes from a famous work originally published in Dutch by the trade diplomat Jan Nieuhoff, but translated into English by the British mapmaker and publisher John Ogilby. The images provide a document of early western contact with China and come from the account written by the diplomat Jan Nieuhoff who was the steward of the first Dutch trade Ambassadors to China. The Dutch East India Company was keen to persuade the Emperor to open up the Chinese ports to the Dutch, and Nieuhoff joined Pieter van Goyer and Jacob de Keyser on the mission to visit the Emperor Chun-Chi. The work includes many remarks on Chinese manners and customs, together with a second part comprising a general description of the Chinese Empire. The fine plates and illustrations show town views in China, Tibet and Tartary, together with subjects such as costumes and natural history. Atlas Chinensis is a superb work on China, noteworthy not only for text, bringing notice of the mysteries of the East to English readers, but for the magnificent engraved illustrations … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2017-05-22 20:28:50
OGILBY, John.
London 1671 - Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Size: 35.5 x 29 cm. Very good condition; some light age toning of sheet and a few light stains to the bottom hardly affecting the image. This fascinating copperplate engraving comes from a famous work originally published in Dutch by the trade diplomat Jan Nieuhoff, but translated into English by the British mapmaker and publisher John Ogilby. The images provide a document of early western contact with China and come from the account written by the diplomat Jan Nieuhoff who was the steward of the first Dutch trade Ambassadors to China. The Dutch East India Company was keen to persuade the Emperor to open up the Chinese ports to the Dutch, and Nieuhoff joined Pieter van Goyer and Jacob de Keyser on the mission to visit the Emperor Chun-Chi. The work includes many remarks on Chinese manners and customs, together with a second part comprising a general description of the Chinese Empire. The fine plates and illustrations show town views in China, Tibet and Tartary, together with subjects such as costumes and natural history. Atlas Chinensis is a superb work on China, noteworthy not only for text, bringing notice of the mysteries of the East to English readers, but for the magnificent engraved illustrations and plates.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member
2017-05-22 20:28:50
OGILBY, John.
London, 1671. No.4. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Very good condition; some light age toning of sheet and some foxing to the margins; two wormholes. Size: 47.5 x 27.5 cm. This fascinating copperplate engraving comes from a famous work originally published in Dutch by the trade diplomat Jan Nieuhoff, but translated into English by the British mapmaker and publisher John Ogilby. The images provide a document of early western contact with China and come from the account written by the diplomat Jan Nieuhoff who was the steward of the first Dutch trade Ambassadors to China. The Dutch East India Company was keen to persuade the Emperor to open up the Chinese ports to the Dutch, and Nieuhoff joined Pieter van Goyer and Jacob de Keyser on the mission to visit the Emperor Chun-Chi. The work includes many remarks on Chinese manners and customs, together with a second part comprising a general description of the Chinese Empire. The fine plates and illustrations show town views in China, Tibet and Tartary, together with subjects such as costumes and natural history. Atlas Chinensis is a superb work on China, noteworthy not only for text, bringing notice of the mysteries of the East to English readers, but for the magnificent engraved illustrations and plates.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2017-05-22 20:28:50
OGILBY, John.
London 1671 - Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Size: 36 x 29 cm. Very good condition; some light age toning of sheet and some foxing to the margins. This fascinating copperplate engraving comes from a famous work originally published in Dutch by the trade diplomat Jan Nieuhoff, but translated into English by the British mapmaker and publisher John Ogilby. The images provide a document of early western contact with China and come from the account written by the diplomat Jan Nieuhoff who was the steward of the first Dutch trade Ambassadors to China. The Dutch East India Company was keen to persuade the Emperor to open up the Chinese ports to the Dutch, and Nieuhoff joined Pieter van Goyer and Jacob de Keyser on the mission to visit the Emperor Chun-Chi. The work includes many remarks on Chinese manners and customs, together with a second part comprising a general description of the Chinese Empire. The fine plates and illustrations show town views in China, Tibet and Tartary, together with subjects such as costumes and natural history. Atlas Chinensis is a superb work on China, noteworthy not only for text, bringing notice of the mysteries of the East to English readers, but for the magnificent engraved illustrations and plates.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member
2017-05-22 20:28:50
OGILBY, John.
London, 1671. No.3. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Very good condition; some light age toning of sheet and some foxing to the margins; a tiny wormhole. Size: 47.5 x 27.5 cm. This fascinating copperplate engraving comes from a famous work originally published in Dutch by the trade diplomat Jan Nieuhoff, but translated into English by the British mapmaker and publisher John Ogilby. The images provide a document of early western contact with China and come from the account written by the diplomat Jan Nieuhoff who was the steward of the first Dutch trade Ambassadors to China. The Dutch East India Company was keen to persuade the Emperor to open up the Chinese ports to the Dutch, and Nieuhoff joined Pieter van Goyer and Jacob de Keyser on the mission to visit the Emperor Chun-Chi. The work includes many remarks on Chinese manners and customs, together with a second part comprising a general description of the Chinese Empire. The fine plates and illustrations show town views in China, Tibet and Tartary, together with subjects such as costumes and natural history. Atlas Chinensis is a superb work on China, noteworthy not only for text, bringing notice of the mysteries of the East to English readers, but for the magnificent engraved illustrations and plates.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2017-05-22 20:28:50
OGILBY, John.
London. 1671 - Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Size: 35.5 x 29 cm. Very good condition; some light age toning of sheet and a few light stains to the bottom hardly affecting the image. This fascinating copperplate engraving comes from a famous work originally published in Dutch by the trade diplomat Jan Nieuhoff, but translated into English by the British mapmaker and publisher John Ogilby. The images provide a document of early western contact with China and come from the account written by the diplomat Jan Nieuhoff who was the steward of the first Dutch trade Ambassadors to China. The Dutch East India Company was keen to persuade the Emperor to open up the Chinese ports to the Dutch, and Nieuhoff joined Pieter van Goyer and Jacob de Keyser on the mission to visit the Emperor Chun-Chi. The work includes many remarks on Chinese manners and customs, together with a second part comprising a general description of the Chinese Empire. The fine plates and illustrations show town views in China, Tibet and Tartary, together with subjects such as costumes and natural history. Atlas Chinensis is a superb work on China, noteworthy not only for text, bringing notice of the mysteries of the East to English readers, but for the magnificent engraved illustrations and plates.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member
2017-05-22 20:28:50
OGILBY, John.
London, 1671. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Very good condition; some light age toning of sheet and some foxing and stains to the margins. Size: 33 x 22.5 cm. This fascinating copperplate engraving comes from a famous work originally published in Dutch by the trade diplomat Jan Nieuhoff, but translated into English by the British mapmaker and publisher John Ogilby. The images provide a document of early western contact with China and come from the account written by the diplomat Jan Nieuhoff who was the steward of the first Dutch trade Ambassadors to China. The Dutch East India Company was keen to persuade the Emperor to open up the Chinese ports to the Dutch, and Nieuhoff joined Pieter van Goyer and Jacob de Keyser on the mission to visit the Emperor Chun-Chi. The work includes many remarks on Chinese manners and customs, together with a second part comprising a general description of the Chinese Empire. The fine plates and illustrations show town views in China, Tibet and Tartary, together with subjects such as costumes and natural history. Atlas Chinensis is a superb work on China, noteworthy not only for text, bringing notice of the mysteries of the East to English readers, but for the magnificent engraved illustrations and plates.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2017-05-22 20:28:50
OGILBY, John.
London, 1671. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Very good condition; some light age toning of sheet and slight foxing, not affecting the image. Size: 36 x 29 cm. This fascinating copperplate engraving, showing Chinese worshipping various gods, comes from a famous work originally published in Dutch by the trade diplomat Jan Nieuhoff, but translated into English by the British mapmaker and publisher John Ogilby. The images provide a document of early western contact with China and come from the account written by the diplomat Jan Nieuhoff who was the steward of the first Dutch trade Ambassadors to China. The Dutch East India Company was keen to persuade the Emperor to open up the Chinese ports to the Dutch, and Nieuhoff joined Pieter van Goyer and Jacob de Keyser on the mission to visit the Emperor Chun-Chi. The work includes many remarks on Chinese manners and customs, together with a second part comprising a general description of the Chinese Empire. The fine plates and illustrations show town views in China, Tibet and Tartary, together with subjects such as costumes and natural history. Atlas Chinensis is a superb work on China, noteworthy not only for text, bringing notice of the mysteries of the East to English readers, but for the magnificent engraved illustrations and plates.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2017-05-22 20:28:50
OGILBY, John.
London 1671 - Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Size: 35.5 x 29 cm. Very good condition; some light age toning of sheet and a few light stains hardly affecting the image. This fascinating copperplate engraving comes from a famous work originally published in Dutch by the trade diplomat Jan Nieuhoff, but translated into English by the British mapmaker and publisher John Ogilby. The images provide a document of early western contact with China and come from the account written by the diplomat Jan Nieuhoff who was the steward of the first Dutch trade Ambassadors to China. The Dutch East India Company was keen to persuade the Emperor to open up the Chinese ports to the Dutch, and Nieuhoff joined Pieter van Goyer and Jacob de Keyser on the mission to visit the Emperor Chun-Chi. The work includes many remarks on Chinese manners and customs, together with a second part comprising a general description of the Chinese Empire. The fine plates and illustrations show town views in China, Tibet and Tartary, together with subjects such as costumes and natural history. Atlas Chinensis is a superb work on China, noteworthy not only for text, bringing notice of the mysteries of the East to English readers, but for the magnificent engraved illustrations and plates.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member
2017-05-22 17:45:27
Engel, P. Ludovicus:
Mayr, 1671. gebundene Ausgabe Altersgemäß angedunkelt, Deckel lagerspurig und gebogen, Innentitel mit Einträgen, Seiten teilweise mit kleinem Knick und stellenweise mit minimal fehlenden Teilstücken, Schnitt lagerspurig und mit Eintrag , Preise inkl. Mwst. Versand D: 2,90 EUR
Bookseller: Versand-Antiquariat Konrad von Agris
2017-05-22 08:52:48
Ridderus, Franciscus
Rotterdam, Joannes Borstius 1671. (22) 522 (5) p. Origineel Perkament, 8° (Plaatselijk wormgaatjes in de marge, hierdoor enkele letters tekstverlies, mist de titelprent.).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Roo
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2017-05-21 18:33:57
Weller, Jacob (Jacobi Wellerie).
Sumptibus Tobiae Riesens, Literis Christiani Michaelis. Leipzig (Lipsia), 1671. 384 Seiten, ca. 100 S. Index, (9,5 x 16). Pergamenteinband der Zeit, Fadenheftung, Seiten gebräunt, Titels. fast lose, sonst allg. kleine Einbandläsuren der Zeit. Titelvignette Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 500 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat im Schloss [Germany]
2017-05-21 16:00:36
Montanus, A. / Ogilby, J.
Arias Montanus / John Ogilby 1671. 29x35cm. Uncoloured. Excellent condition.
Bookseller: Garwood & Voigt [Sevenoaks, United Kingdom]
2017-05-21 12:40:24
Riolan, Jean (Riolanus, Johannes)
Printed by John Streater, And are to be sold by George Sambridge, at the Sign of the BIBLE on Ludgate-Hill., London, 1671. Third edition. Small folio in fours. [8], 142, 191 - 288, [12]pp [48] leaves of plates. Signatures A4 , D - P4, T - 2N4, 3A - 3C2. Twenty four double plates with letter press explanation on inner verso and numbered engravings on inner recto. Translation of Encheiridium anatomicum et pathalogicum, first published in Paris 1648. ESTC Citation no R15596. Contemporary sheep binding with five raised bands to spine. Some edge and corner wear with a little loss at the head of the spine. Joints lightly cracked. Some old damp staining to lower margins. Minor worm tracks to lower margins of E1 - L3. Front end paper torn across lower corner with some loss. Armorial bookplate of Hugh Cecil, earl of Lonsdale to front pastedown. Collation is correct and complete but the following page misnumbering is evident:- Page 33 as 40, 40 as 43, 119 as 116, 122 as 127, 123 as 112, 126 as 120, 127 as 122, 209 as 219.
Bookseller: Ariadne Books, PBFA [Eynsham, Witney, OXON, United Kingdom]
2017-05-21 04:54:38
[Beer, Johann Christoph]
Sultzbach/ Nürnberger, Lichtenthaler (Drucker) für Johann Hoffmann, 1671 Kl.-8°, Kupfertitel, 9 Bl., 384 S., 22 Kupfertaf., OPerg d. Zeit, 2 Bl. etwas locker, 1 Kupfertaf. u. ein Bl. m. kleiner Fehlstelle (kleiner Textverlust), einige Seiten etwas fleckig u kleinen Einrissen, gebrauchspurig - gutes Exemplar. Johann Christoph Beer (1690 - 1760) empfing 1715 die Priesterweihe und war ab 1728 Pfarrer in Gottmannshofen in der Diözese Augsburg. Die Kupferstiche von Johann Franck (1659-1690) und H. I. Schallenberger. Im ersten Teil werden die Fürsten der sieben sächsischen Königreiche beschrieben. \"Das ander Theil\" (Teil II) berichtet \"von dem Leben der eigentlich sogenannten Könige von Engelland\" und der umfangreichste dritte Teil stellt chronologisch die Könige von Wilhelm. dem Eroberer bis Jacobus II dar; Holzmann-Bohatta VI. 4308. Versand D: 20,00 EUR Alte Drucke - nach 1550 Geschichte - allgemein
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Petrej
2017-05-20 18:13:12
Engelhus, Dietrich
Henning Müller, Helmstedt, 1671. 4 Bll., 300 Seiten. 16 Bll., schlichter Ppbd. des ausgehenden 18. Jahrhunderts, 19 x 16 cm. Weltchronik des Dietrich Engelhus. - Hg. von Joachim Johann Mader. - VD17 23:238676E. Kollationiert anhand des digitalisierten Exemplars der BSB München (Sign. 866551) und vollständig. Wie bei allen über VD17 nachgewiesenen Exemplaren fehlen die beiden Blätter der Dedicatio (u.a. SBB, BSB, HAB, Anna Amalia.). - Etwas berieben und bestoßen, der Rücken etwas wasserrandig; das Titelblatt mit getilgtem Besitzstempel; insgesamt etwas fleckig. Sonst und insgesamt ordentliches Exemplar. 702 Gramm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Tautenhahn [Lübeck, Germany]
2017-05-20 16:38:41
LA MOTTE LE VAYER François de]
Mons Paul de la Flêche 1671 in-12 demi-Maroquin un volume, reliure demi-maroquin noir petit in-douze (binding half morocco duodecimo) (13 x 8 cm), RELIURE TARDIVE (milieu 19ème), dos à nerfs (spine with raised bands), décoré or et à froid (gilt and blind stamping decoration), titre frappé "or" avec filet à froid de part et d'autre du titre, filet à froid en place des nerfs et en tête et en pied, entre nerfs à caissons formés d'un double filet à froid en encadrement, plats décorés à froid d'un double filet à froid aux mors, papier marbré marron, beige et rouge aux plats (cover with marbled paper),toutes tranches lisses peignées bleu, blanc et rouge, marque page en tissus vert, texte à manchettes, sans illustrations (no illustration) excepté une vignette en bas du titre gravée sur bois en noir + lettrines et culs-de-lampes gravées sur bois en noir, 332 pages, 1671 à Mons[Amsterdam] Chez Paul de la Flêche [Blaeu] Editeur, La Mothe Le Vayer est l'un des principaux représentants de ce qu'on appelé le « libertinage érudit », un mouvement français de pensée qui se situe préalablement à l'esprit des Lumières. Dans l'ensemble des dialogues, qui sont de libres entretiens, l'auteur s'acharne à démolir toutes les certitudes établies, et toutes les illusions, notamment la raison, et ce dans toutes les disciplines établies : la physique, la logique, la politique dans les premiers dialogues, et ce qui concerne la vie privée dans les derniers.......EDITION ORIGINALE elzévirienne parue sous le pseudonyme de Oratius Tubero. On notera avec intérêt que cette oeuvre n'a curieusement pas été r … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Guimard [nantes, France]
2017-05-20 15:14:27
Stillingfleet
London Robert White for Henry Mortlock , 1671 , Small 8°, pp [34], 496, [2, adverts] Binding: contemporary calf , boards detached and not matching, internally sound, crisp and clean. SECOND EDITION. An obsessive interest in the worship of images permea 1 vol volumes. Full leather restored calf , raised bands, gilt title. Sound, crisp and clean copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: de KunstBurg [gent, Belgium]
2017-05-20 14:23:52
Antoin E. Murphy (Autor) Wirtschaftswissenschaften Trinity College Universität Dublin
Wirtschaft und Finanzen Schäffer-Poeschel, 1671. Wirtschaftsgeschichte Geldtheorie Volkswirtschaftslehre VWL Hartgeld Geldpolitik Wirtschaftswissenschaften
Bookseller: LLU-Bookservice
2017-05-20 02:21:40
Voigt, Johann Henrich
Rebenlein Hamburg 1671 Mit 26 n. n. Blättern ( incl. des Titelblatts ), geheftet, 8° ( 20,5 x 17 cm ). Das Titelblatt als kolorierter Holzschnitt mit Darstellung des Baums der Künste und Wissenschaften ( Musica - Gnonomica - Optica - Astrolog: - Statica - Architect - Geographia - Stereomet ). Titelblatt und Seiten teils in rot und schwarz gedruckt Innen mit einem weiteren kolorierten Textholzschnitt zum Aderlassen, Schröpfen, Baden. Leider von schlechtert Erhaltung: Das Titelblatt stärker angestaubt, angeknickt und mit Randläsionen. Innen Seiten teils mit alten handschriftlichen Notizen in alter Tinte, Seiten teils etwas stock- oder braunfleckig, einige Seiten tintenfleckig, Ecken und Seitenränder teils stark angeknickt bzw. eselsohrig, teils mit Randläsionen . Letzte Blätter stark beschädigt ( und bei den letzten 2 Blättern die nur noch rudimentär vorhanden sind ist nicht ganz gewiß ob zu diesem Kalender gehörend. Das letzte Blatt das sehr stark beschädigt ist ( nur in etwa zur Hälfte vorhanden ) mit schöner kolorierter ( wenn auch etwas beschädigter ) Holzschnitt-Schlußvignette. - sehr selten - ( Gewicht 50 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ) Versand D: 6,00 EUR Kalender, Calender, Calendarium, Johann Henrich Voigt, Rebenlein, Holzschnitt, Aderlass, Schröpfen, Baum, Künste, Wissenschaften, Google
Bookseller: Antiquariat Friederichsen [Germany]
2017-05-19 19:18:21
FLORUS (Lucius Anneus)
Parisiis Apud viduam Claudii Thiboust et Petrum Esclassan Jurat Bibliop. Jurasum nec-non Univers. Paris. Ord. via D. Joan. Later. e regione Auditorii Regii, 1671. Small 8vo, 113 x 58 mms., pp. [4], 5 - 144 [145 - 170 notes], including engraved title-pages, which is dated 1672, contemporary calf, with gilt fleur-de-lys in centre of each cover and at four corners of binding and on spine, red leather label; binding worn, with joints cracked, top and base of spine chipped, and corners very worn, marbled paste-down end-papers, inscription on recto of front paste-down end-paper obscured at early state. Florus (there is some uncertainty about his exact name) compiled his epitome of Roman history from Livy. Early scholar-printers, e. g., Aldus, Vinetus, Salmasisu, Freinsheim, Graevius, and Duker were instrumental in establishing the text from extant manuscripts. Florus' text was popular for generations and used as a text well into the 19th century as an introduction to the history of Rome, despite a style which was said to be bombastic and belletristic. Copac and WorldCat record various copies with Simon Benard named as publisher on the title-page, but not this printing, which is clearly a different setting, as the Benard imprint is 187 pages. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: John Price Antiquarian Books, ABA, ILAB [LONDON, United Kingdom]
2017-05-19 08:05:40
Voigt, Johann Henrich
Rebenlein Hamburg 1671 Mit 26 n. n. Blättern ( incl. des Titelblatts ), geheftet, 8° ( 20,5 x 17 cm ). Das Titelblatt als kolorierter Holzschnitt mit Darstellung des Baums der Künste und Wissenschaften ( Musica - Gnonomica - Optica - Astrolog: - Statica - Architect - Geographia - Stereomet ). Titelblatt und Seiten teils in rot und schwarz gedruckt Innen mit einem weiteren kolorierten Textholzschnitt zum Aderlassen, Schröpfen, Baden. Leider von schlechtert Erhaltung: Das Titelblatt stärker angestaubt, angeknickt und mit Randläsionen. Innen Seiten teils mit alten handschriftlichen Notizen in alter Tinte, Seiten teils etwas stock- oder braunfleckig, einige Seiten tintenfleckig, Ecken und Seitenränder teils stark angeknickt bzw. eselsohrig, teils mit Randläsionen . Letzte Blätter stark beschädigt ( und bei den letzten 2 Blättern die nur noch rudimentär vorhanden sind ist nicht ganz gewiß ob zu diesem Kalender gehörend. Das letzte Blatt das sehr stark beschädigt ist ( nur in etwa zur Hälfte vorhanden ) mit schöner kolorierter ( wenn auch etwas beschädigter ) Holzschnitt-Schlußvignette. - sehr selten - ( Gewicht 50 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ) Versand D: 5,00 EUR Kalender, Calender, Calendarium, Johann Henrich Voigt, Rebenlein, Holzschnitt, Aderlass, Schröpfen, Baum, Künste, Wissenschaften, Google
Bookseller: Antiquariat Friederichsen
2017-05-18 10:51:24
Ferdinand de FURSTENBERG
First Edition, in Elzevier. As a frontispiece by Rudolphi AG. The second part contains the poetic works of Theodor Baron Capar Furtsenberg. An edition of the BN France, but nothing to the British Library and one in the Scottish edition catalogs 1684. Sheepskin brown Full time. Back tooled raised. Top cap damaged and missing. The Prince and Baron Ferdinand de Furstenberg (1626-1683) was a poet, historian and arts promoters, he was bishop of Munster in Germany, Paderborn, where his father founded a university. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Apud Danielem Elzevirium Amstelodami (Amsterdam) 1671 in-8 (11,5x17,5cm) (24) 343pp. (1) relié
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [France]
2017-05-17 19:51:11
Athanasius KIRCHER
Amsterdam, 1671. Tavola topografica pubblicata nel volume "Latium, id est, nova et parallela Latii tum veteris tum novi descriptio", pubblicata ad Amsterdam nel 1671. L'opera s'inserisce nella lunga tradizione corografica, ma a differenza delle pubblicazioni dei predecessori, Kircher delimita lo studio alla sola area del Lazio. Incisione in rame, carta leggermente ossidata, in buono stato di conservazione. Map published in the volume "Latium, id est, nova et parallela Latii tum veteris tum novi descriptio", in Amsterdam in 1671. Istituto di Studi Romani, a cura di A. Frutaz, "Le Carte del Lazio", XVII.6 450 340mm
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2017-05-17 19:51:11
Athanasius KIRCHER
Amsterdam, 1671. Veduta pubblicata nel volume "Latium, id est, nova et parallela Latii tum veteris tum novi descriptio", pubblicata ad Amsterdam nel 1671. L'opera s'inserisce nella lunga tradizione corografica, ma a differenza delle pubblicazioni dei predecessori, Kircher delimita lo studio alla sola area del Lazio. Incisione in rame, carta leggermente ossidata, in buono stato di conservazione. 220 340mm
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2017-05-17 19:51:11
Athanasius KIRCHER
Amsterdam, 1671. Tavola topografica pubblicata nel volume "Latium, id est, nova et parallela Latii tum veteris tum novi descriptio", pubblicata ad Amsterdam nel 1671. L'opera s'inserisce nella lunga tradizione corografica, ma a differenza delle pubblicazioni dei predecessori, Kircher delimita lo studio alla sola area del Lazio. Incisione in rame, carta leggermente ossidata, in buono stato di conservazione. Map published in the volume "Latium, id est, nova et parallela Latii tum veteris tum novi descriptio", in Amsterdam in 1671. 440 340mm
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2017-05-17 19:51:11
Athanasius KIRCHER
Amsterdam, 1671. Tavola topografica pubblicata nel volume "Latium, id est, nova et parallela Latii tum veteris tum novi descriptio", pubblicata ad Amsterdam nel 1671. L'opera s'inserisce nella lunga tradizione corografica, ma a differenza delle pubblicazioni dei predecessori, Kircher delimita lo studio alla sola area del Lazio. Incisione in rame, carta leggermente ossidata, in buono stato di conservazione. 220 340mm
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2017-05-17 19:51:11
Athanasius KIRCHER
Amsterdam, 1671. Tavola topografica pubblicata nel volume "Latium, id est, nova et parallela Latii tum veteris tum novi descriptio", pubblicata ad Amsterdam nel 1671. L'opera s'inserisce nella lunga tradizione corografica, ma a differenza delle pubblicazioni dei predecessori, Kircher delimita lo studio alla sola area del Lazio. Incisione in rame, carta leggermente ossidata, in buono stato di conservazione. 220 340mm
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2017-05-17 19:51:11
Athanasius KIRCHER
Amsterdam, 1671. Pianta prospettica delka ciità pubblicata nel lavoro del Kircher "Latium, id est, nova et parallela Latii tum veteris tum novi descriptio", edito ad Amsterdam nel 1671. L'opera s'inserisce nella lunga tradizione corografica, ma a differenza delle pubblicazioni dei predecessori, Kircher delimita lo studio alla sola area del Lazio. Incisione in rame, in buone condizioni. Taken from "Latium, id est, nova et parallela Latii tum veteris tum novi descriptio", published in Amsterdam in 1671. The work followed a long tradition of "chorography", but unlike works of his predecessors, which tended to be on the whole of Italy, Kircher’s book had as its focus the much more limited area of Latium itself. Kircher’s explanation of the purpose of this study was that he wanted to use the physical remains of ancient Latium to teach the reality of human mutability and transience. Etching, in good conditions. 450 350mm
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2017-05-17 19:51:11
Athanasius KIRCHER
Amsterdam, 1671. Tavola topografica pubblicata nel volume "Latium, id est, nova et parallela Latii tum veteris tum novi descriptio", pubblicata ad Amsterdam nel 1671. L'opera s'inserisce nella lunga tradizione corografica, ma a differenza delle pubblicazioni dei predecessori, Kircher delimita lo studio alla sola area del Lazio. Incisione in rame in buone condizioni. Taken from "Latium, id est, nova et parallela Latii tum veteris tum novi descriptio", published in Amsterdam in 1671. The work followed a long tradition of "chorography", but unlike works of his predecessors, which tended to be on the whole of Italy, Kircher’s book had as its focus the much more limited area of Latium itself. Kircher’s explanation of the purpose of this study was that he wanted to use the physical remains of ancient Latium to teach the reality of human mutability and transience. Engraving, in good condition. 430 345mm
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2017-05-17 19:51:11
Athanasius KIRCHER
Amsterdam, 1671. Tavola topografica dell'antica regione Sabina pubblicata nel volume "Latium, id est, nova et parallela Latii tum veteris tum novi descriptio", pubblicata ad Amsterdam nel 1671. L'opera s'inserisce nella lunga tradizione corografica, ma a differenza delle pubblicazioni dei predecessori, Kircher delimita lo studio alla sola area del Lazio. Incisione in rame, lieve brunitura, qualche alone d'inchiostro nel margine inferiore, per il resto in buone condizioni. Taken from "Latium, id est, nova et parallela Latii tum veteris tum novi descriptio", published in Amsterdam in 1671. The work followed a long tradition of "chorography", but unlike works of his predecessors, which tended to be on the whole of Italy, Kircher’s book had as its focus the much more limited area of Latium itself. Kircher’s explanation of the purpose of this study was that he wanted to use the physical remains of ancient Latium to teach the reality of human mutability and transience. Copper engraving, slight browning, some alone ink in the lower margin, otherwise in good condition. 455 349mm
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2017-05-17 19:51:11
Athanasius KIRCHER
Amsterdam, 1671. Tavola topografica pubblicata nel volume "Latium, id est, nova et parallela Latii tum veteris tum novi descriptio", pubblicata ad Amsterdam nel 1671. L'opera s'inserisce nella lunga tradizione corografica, ma a differenza delle pubblicazioni dei predecessori, Kircher delimita lo studio alla sola area del Lazio. Incisione in rame, carta leggermente ossidata, in buono stato di conservazione. 210 320mm
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2017-05-17 13:01:20
COALE, JOSIAH
Bookseller: Joseph J. Felcone Inc., ABAA [Princeton, NJ, U.S.A.]
2017-05-14 21:51:54
Basilius Valentinus et al
Text: Latin. [Sumptibus Andreae Frisii; 1671]. Limited to 125 numbered copies, this being NO. 28. Quarterbound.
Bookseller: VENTURA PACIFIC LTD Out of Print Books [Ventura, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-05-14 17:28:34
POLYDORUS VERGILIUS.
Amsterdam, Daniel Elzevir, 1671. - Hardcover 2 parts in 1 vol.- in-16, (44), 511+ (1),100,(92) pp., frontispice, full calf, decorative gilt spine & moroccos title pieces. A Very Fine Copy of this virtual encyclopaedia of the origin of all things and crafts.- Tres bel exemplaire, tres frais, dans une reliure tres decorative dans un etat de fraicheur exceptionnel. [BU-1] [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Pique-Puces
2017-05-14 08:29:59
Basilius Valentinus ( Basil Valentine )
Published in London in 1671, this is the reissue of the 1670 first edition with the cancel title page of this classic early work on Alchemy, there has been some question over the true authorship of the work, and it is thought that at least part of it was the work of Johann Tholde a Salt Manufacturer in Germany, whoever the author was, he had a considerable knowledge of Chemistry and showed that ammonia could be obtained by the action of alkali on sal-ammoniac (ammonium chloride), described the production of hydrochloric acid by acidifying brine of common salt (sodium chloride), and created oil of vitriol (sulfuric acid), among other achievements, the book is divided into three parts, each with its own title page, one of the parts is on the mineral Antimony, the book is bound in an old full leather binding which is heavily worn with some loss to spine and boards, front board attached but remains of hinge fragile, internally the given collation is 238, [8], 122 p. this copy appears to lack the final leaf of the preface, the main body of the text appears complete, but the opening text page of chapter one is numbered page 3, so there appears that there is also a leaf preceding the opening page of chapter one that is also not present, else the text to all three parts is complete along with the final unnumbered publishers advert leaf at rear, there is some noticeable worming to a number of pages, though this is all in the blank page margins and only touches a few letters of text, a few pages have some very old scholarly manuscript notes, some wear to front blank endpaper, else te … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-05-14 02:00:34
Varotari Dario
Zamboni, 1671. antip. incisa da Iacopo Piccini (fauno che stuzzica vespaio). Iniziali e finalini incisi. ottimo es. Prima e rara edizione delle dodici satire dialettali del Varotari, poeta veneziano figlio del celebre pittore Alessandro. In appendice al volume un curiosissimo glossario contenente "alcune voci che non fossero intese in ogni luogo" e "modi figurati e frasi veneziane".
Bookseller: Libreria Minerva
2017-05-13 12:54:17
Lambarde, William; Lambard, William; Turner, R
1671 - Adapted from Eirenarcha Lambarde, William. Turner, R., Editor. The Duty and Office of High-Constables of Hundreds, Petty-Constables, Tythingmen, And Such Inferiour Ministers of the Peace. With the Several Duties and Offices of Churchwardens, Overseers and Collectors for the Poor, Of Surveyors for Amending the Highwayes, And Distributors of the Provision for the Destruction of Noysom Fowl and Vermin. First Collected by William Lambard, In the Reign of Queen Elizabeth; And Now Enlarged with Many Useful Additions, According to the Succeeding Statutes: by R. Turner, Gent. London: Printed by Joh. Streater, Hen. Twyford, And Eliz. Flesher, 1671. [xii], 144 pp. 12mo (5-1/2" x 3-1/2"). Later sheep, blind rules to boards, lettering piece and gilt fillets and ornaments to spine. Moderate rubbing to spine and extremities, chipping to head of spine and lettering piece, joints starting, faint dampstain to rear board, a few cracks to text block, armorial bookplate of the Earls of Macclesfield to front board, small embossed Macclesfield stamp to title page. Some toning to text, internally clean. A nice copy. * First edition. Turner extracted the main parts of this book from the second edition of Lambarde's Eirenarcha (1587) and added material to bring the contents up to date (i.e. 1671). A second edition was published in 1671. Our copy once belonged to the library of Shirbirn Castle, the library of the Earls of Macclesfield, one of the finest private libraries in Great Britain. Both editions of this work are rare. OCLC locates 2 copies of the first edition in North America at the H … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-05-13 12:54:17
Lambarde, William; Lambard, William; Turner, R.
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB [Clark, NJ, U.S.A.]
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2017-05-13 12:54:17
Lambarde, William; Lambard, William; Turner, R.
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB [Clark, NJ, U.S.A.]
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2017-05-12 19:54:04
D'ANTILLY ARNAULD
1671. PIERRE LE PETIT. 1671. In-12.Carré. Relié plein cuir. Etat d'usage. Plats abîmés. Dos abîmé. Intérieur acceptable. 576 pages - Augmenté d'un frontispice - Quelques annotations a l'encre noire sur la page de garde et page de titre - Plats et coins frottés - Dos a 5 nerfs, frottés et fané - Mors fendus.
Bookseller: Le-Livre.Com
2017-05-12 14:02:24
FLEISSNER, Samuel (resp.) || CYPRIAN, Johannes (pres.)
Leipzig, Literis Johannis-Erici Hahnii, (1671). 4:o. (56) s. Delvis lagerfläckig, mest i marginalerna. Häftad med gul ryggremsa. Dedikation från preses, d.v.s. Cyprian. Ur Ericsbergs bibliotek. VD17 12:000131C. Warmholtz 4835, "hon är intet mindre än almän, och jag har haft mycken möda att förskaffa mig ett exemplar från Tyskland." Respondenten Samuel Fleissner (1652-1703) från Stettin skrev själv denna avhandling om Karl X Gustav. Han valde dock den militära banan och tog 1674 värvning i svenska armén och avancerade så småningom till major vid Kronobergs regemente, och dog i Villeitza i Polen. Han blev adlad i Sverige 1688 med namnet von Fleissner, men slöt själv sin ätt. Johannes Cyprian (1642-1723) var polsk fysiker och teolog, från 1670 verksam i Leipzig.
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [Sweden]
2017-05-11 14:55:37
TAISNE, Philippus Franciscus
'Antwerpen, Michiel Cnobbaert, 1671. Gebonden, eigentijds leder met 5 nerven en titelvignet op rug, gravure-frontispice, originele titelpagina, 110 x 180mm., (14)502 + 133pp. En naderhant religieus, in derden generael van de Societeyt Jesu: Om sijne groote Heyligheydt, soo inde werelt, als inde Religie, met veel lijden, en seldsaeme deughden, Vande menschen seer groot gheacht ende Van Godt, door veel mirakelen soo in Sijn Leven als naer sijne doodt vereert. Boek is in goede staat.
Bookseller: Erik Tonen Books
2017-05-10 19:59:37
OGILBY, John
Amsterdam: Arnold Montanus, 1671. unbound. View. Copper plate engraving. Image measures 10.5 x 14".This view depicts the port of St. Augustine, one of the oldest cities in what would become the United States. First settled by the Spanish in 1565, the port became the northernmost base of operations for Spanish trade in the West Indies. Here, the city is shown in full swing, with ships and boats docked outside the city's walls, beyond which some buildings and a church are visible. In the foreground, slaves and Native Americans work and accompany a European woman to the coast. The view appeared in Montanus's "Die Nieuwe en Onbekende Weereld: of Beschryving van America." It is a dark impression in very good condition with no chips or tears. Stain to lower left corner of page, not affecting the image. German text below and on verso. Arnold Montanus (1625-1683) was a Dutch theologian, historian, author, and publisher best known for his encyclopedia of the New World, entitled "Die Nieuwe en Onbekende Weereld." His travelogues, as well as the famous volume that developed out of them, were rich with geographical, cultural, and scientific information. John Ogilby (1600-1676) is often noted in the literature for his wide ranging pursuits--dancer, actor, translator, tutor, among others--that, more often than not, ended in failure. But rather than thinking of these pursuits as unsuccessful, they might be better considered as steps toward his ultimate destiny: cartography. Ogilby got his first taste of the trade in 1666--himself at the age of 66--by surveying and mapping London after t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store [US]
2017-05-08 21:08:54
HERRERA (Antonio de).
A Paris, chez Nicolas et Jean de la Coste, 1660-1671. - 3 volumes in-4. 14ff. 776pp. (i.e. 772). 12ff. + 12ff. 784pp. 14ff. + 9ff. 790pp. (i.e. 760). 6ff. (interversions de feuillets à la table du troisième volume et diverses erreurs de pagination sans incidence sur le texte). Plein veau brun, dos à nerfs ornés (reliure de l'époque un peu frottée, petit manque de cuir au dos du troisième volume). Première Edition Française, bien complète des trois volumes qui étaient parus séparément sur une durée de plus de dix ans et qui se trouvent rarement réunis. Antonio Herrera y Tordesillas (1559-1625) fut le premier historiographe officiel des Indes Occidentales (1596), ce qui lui permit d'accéder à des documents inédits et confidentiels. Son ouvrage constitue le témoignage le plus complet sur la découverte de l'Amérique et les conquêtes espagnoles de l'Amérique latine. L'original espagnol couvrait la période allant de 1492 à 1554 mais cette traduction des trois premières décades s'arrête à 1526. "L'ouvrage d'Herrera est précieux. C'est l'histoire de la découverte et de la conquête de l'Amérique espagnole la plus détaillée que nous ayons" (Boucher de la Richarderie). Petit mouillure marginale à quelques feuillets du premier volume. Quelques rousseurs. Petit défaut au dos de la reliure du deuxième volume mais très bon exemplaire par ailleurs. Sabin, 31548. Palau, 114293. Boucher de la Richarderie, Bibliothèque Universelle des Voyages (1808), V, p.494. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas
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