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2016-12-06 15:36:57
Anselmus Solerius & Hermanus Bossius
Amsterdam: Andries Fries, 1671. 2 parts in 1 volume. 12mo (13,2 x 7,9 cm). (10), 379, (39); 84, (12) pp. Contemporary full vellum. Illustrated with a frontispiece and 22 (of which 4 folding) plates. Index. Fine copy. On Roman, Secular, Clerical Toga's and Hats, including an engraved frontispiece by Romeyn de Hooghe. For a full description and more images please visit www.zaalbooks.nl .
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2016-11-29 20:09:30
CERVANTES (Miguel de).
En Bruselas, a costa de Pedro de la Calle, año 1671. - 2 volumes in-8. Frontispice. 14ff. 611pp. 2ff. 8 planches gravées hors-texte. + Frontispice. 7ff. 649pp. (interversion de 2 feuillets) 3ff. 8 planches gravées hors-texte. Plein vélin postérieur à l'imitation (c.1950?), titre calligraphié à l'encre aux dos. Réimpression à l'identique de la première édition illustrée en espagnol (Bruxelles, 1662). Elle reprend les mêmes 16 planches généralement attribuées au graveur anversois Frederick Bouttats, et copiées sur les figures dessinées par Jacques Savary qui avaient été publiées pour la première fois dans la toute première édition illustrée de Don Quichotte, l'édition hollandaise de 1657. Elle contient par ailleurs deux frontispices entièrement nouveaux, gravés par Launers. Brunissures éparses et quelques cernes clairs ici ou là mais très bon exemplaire agréablement relié à l'imitation. Rius, 24. Palau, 51997. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas
2016-11-26 07:54:38
PATIN, Charles.
Prostant apud Simonem Paulli Bibliopolam, Argentinae, 1671. [32] 500 35 [5] p. [10] c. di tav. di cui 2 doppie (2 c. geogr.) 2 ritr. 2º(375 cm) piena pelle coeva con dorso a cinque nervi con tassello in pelle coi titoli oro caselle con ricchi fregi floreali. Esemplare attrattivo con ampio margine e nitidamente impresso conservato in una piacevole legatura coeva. Il volume contiene le seguenti tavole a piena pagina f.t.: antip. simbolica disegnata e inc. in rame da F. Chauveau 1 ritratto dell'Imperatore Leopoldo cui è dedicata l'opera (spesso mancante) 1 ritratto dell'A. intagliato da Masson 2 carte geografiche a doppia pag. con "Urbium orientalium e occidentalium quae in nummis antiquis continentur" e 6 belle tavv. f.t. (ciasc. con due o più figg.) tutte inc. in rame. Il vol. ad ogni pagina è ornato da testate grandi iniz. figur. numerose grandi vignette ed illustrato da centinaia di monete nel t. tutte inc. in rame. Prima edizione.Cfr. Cicognara2967: "L'apparato di quest'opera ridonda di ricchezza per le stampe. Frequentissime sono le vignette d'ogni dimensione. Fra queste trovansi ai capi di molte pagine i fregi e Baccanali di Pietro Brebiette pieni di grazia per l'invenzione e per l'esecuzione" - BorroniII/VI n. 12453 - Lipsius "Bibliotheca numaria" (1801) p. 308 - BrunetIV439.Con fiorit. arross. e alone al marg. sup. ma complessivam. un buon esemplare. UsatoBuono Anno pubblicazione: MDCLXXI [1671]. Esemplare internamente più che buono un forellino di ca. 5 mm dovuto ad un difetto della carta al margine di una carta interna legatura con usuali e limitate spellature al do … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Adige
2016-11-22 17:28:53
Van Ostade
1671. IX stato su X
Bookseller: Galleria Garisenda
2016-11-22 10:24:42
Henniges (von Treffenfeld), Joachim, brandenburgischer General (1610-1688).
1671. 2½ SS. auf Doppelblatt mit Adresse und Siegelresten verso. 4to. An Karl Etzoldbach, Gerichtsadvokat zu Stendal: "Dessen schreiben vom 9 octob. benebenst den acten habe zu wohl erhalten, waß anbelangett der acten habe duhr gelesen, vernimmet eß so gutt genug zu sein, habe auch an etsliche orter etwaß bey gesetzett so ihm nuhn beliebet, kan es dabey gesetzett werden, gebe ihm auch hier nachricht, daß ich den 24 nach peendorf zu reisen gesinnett, die weil ich ohn dehin citieret bin, der begehrte dahler soll mit gesandt werden, wan eß abgehohlett wihrt, nach meinen gutt düncken sehe gern, daß man den soushauptmann ihr excelenz tituliret nicht allein in den achten sonder auch in der supplique [...]". Nach der Schlacht bei Fehrbellin 1675 verlieh Kurfürst Friedrich Wilhelm Henniges den Adel mit dem Namen "von Treffenfeld"; Heinrich von Kleist setzte ihm (als "Oberst Hennings") im "Prinz Friedrich von Homburg" ein literarisches Denkmal. - Papierbedingt gleichmäßig gebräunt; Faltspuren und geringe Randläsuren. Provenienz: 1931 versteigert bei Meyer und Ernst, Berlin (Kat. 18, Nr. 747).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris
2016-11-21 10:25:32
Agucchia Lattanzio
Vincenzo Gaiassi, 1671. 8vo (cm.20,5), (12)176 pp. con grande vignetta xilografica al frontis. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena con titolo manoscritto al ds. e laccio di chiusura. Fioriture diffuse, ma buon esemplare. Opera citata dalle più note bibliografie (Riccardi, Vinciana, Kress, ecc.); manca ad Einaudi.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l.
2016-11-19 14:00:10
Bout, Pieter (1658 Brüssel 1719)
Radierung, auf Bütten mit undeutlichem Wasserzeichen. 20,4:31 cm. Provenienz: Sammlung Duc d?Arenberg, Brüssel und Nordkirchen, Lugt 567. Literatur: Bartsch 5, I. Vorzüglicher Abdruck des 1. Zustandes, mit ca. 1,5 cm breitem Rand um die Plattenkante. Über die Ausbildung des Figuren- und Landschaftsmalers und Radierers Pieter Bout ist wenig überliefert. 1671 trat er in die Malergilde in Brüssel ein, seit 1675 etwa war er für einige Jahre in Paris tätig. Auch ein Aufenthalt in Italien wird angenommen. Er arbeitete eng mit anderen Künstlern zusammen, z.B. mit A.F. Boudewijns (1644-1712), für den er die Figurenstaffagen in dessen Bildern malte. Auch gab es eine Zusammenarbeit mit J. d'Artois (1613-1686) u.a. Signierte Werk von ihm besitzen Museen in Amsterdam, Antwerpen, Augsburg, Frankfurt am Main, Oldenburg, Pommersfelden, Prag, Rotterdam und Wien.
Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH [Oberursel im Taunus, Germany]
2016-11-18 14:27:14
LE SIEUR DE BEAUREPERE
CHEZ JEAN BAPTISTE LOYSON. R300113820: 1671. In-12. Relié plein cuir. Etat d'usage, Plats abîmés, Dos abîmé, Mouillures. 412 pages - coins et plats frottés - dos à 5 nerfs - titre et caissons dorés sur le dos - coiffe en pied abîmée - quelques traces de mouillures en début d'ouvrage sans conséquence sur la lecture - 2 photos disponibles. . . . Classification Dewey : 840.04-XVII ème siècle [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Le-Livre [SABLONS, France]
2016-11-17 17:14:00
BISSCHOP, JAN DE.
Amsterdam N. Visscher. 1671 and 1668 Quarto 12 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches. Full period vellum, upper board slightly cracked but holding. First work - engraved title by Gerard de Lairesse and 57 engraved plates. Second work - engraved title and 100 plates. Thus 2 engraved titles and 157 FINE ENGRAVED PLATES COMPLETE. Occasional marginal ink spots and one plate browned but a basically a reasonable or good copy. The plates were made after drawings by Carracci, Cigoli, Domenichino, Salviati, Arpinas, Michelangelo, and after the antique. - Some of the classical sculptures reproduced in Icones were from the 17th-century collections of G. Uylenburgh and H. Scholten. The sequence of the Icones adhered strictly to the classical tradition : first the individual parts of the body were illustrated (this section was left unfinished at de Bisschop's premature death), then complete figures, followed by poses and suggestions for compositions with more than one figure. The prints were intended to provide artists with examples of ideal poses. From the paintings of A. van der Werrff and N. Verkolje, it is clear just how influential these studies were in the development of Dutch classical painting during the late 17th century. (Ger Luijten) Jan de Bisschop, also known as Johannes Episcopius (1628-1671), was a lawyer, who became a Dutch Golden Age painter and engraver.
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2016-11-17 09:19:26
Antoine PEREZ
Amstelodami, apud Danielem Elsevirium, 1671. testo in latino su due colonne; duplice frontespizio, il primo r/n, con marca tipografica xilografata; vignette, capilettera e finali xilografati bella edizione elzeviriana del celebre commentario di Antoine Perez (1583 - 1672) al codice di Giustiniano. Giureconsulto spagnolo, fu professore all'Accademia di Lovanio, come da frontespizio, e in seguito consigliere del monarca spagnolo.
Bookseller: Libreria Editrice Belriguardo
2016-11-15 20:25:22
Picard, J. [F.]
- Paris, Académie des Sciences, 1671. Large folio (51.8 x 37.4 cm). 30 pp., title page with engraved vignette, four engraved plates, one engraved text figure and one leaf with allegorical endpiece. Beautiful contemporary style quarter calf over marbled boards, vellum corners. Spine rich gilt with floral pattern and title. Edges red.= The French astronomer and founding member of the Académie Royale des Sciences, Jean-Felix Picard (1620-1682) was the first person to measure the size of the Earth to a reasonable degree of accuracy in a survey conducted in 1669-70, the results of which are printed here. In fact, he was less than a half percent off, being 25 times more accurate than the previous record of accuracy set by Tycho Brahe: a remarkable effort indeed. To reach this goal, Picard modified and improved his equipment considerably. "In collaboration with Adrien Auzout he perfected the movable-wire micrometer . During the summer of 1667 he applied the astronomical telescope to the instruments used in making angular measurements" (DSB). His methods and means are clearly represented in this work and the instruments he used are figured in great detail. The French Academy of Sciences emphasized the importance of Picard's work by including it in their first publication. This copy is in the very rare first edition, being an extraordinary large folio edition presented to royals only and not offered for sale. A few spots to one plate, some small old marginal repairs, otherwise a very good, clean copy. DSB X, pp. 595-597. See also Houzeau & Lancaster, p. 225. [Attributes: First Editi … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-11-08 21:30:46
Petrus Cellensis.
1671. 4to. (16), 473, (11), (4), 232 (but: 230), (14) pp. Woodcut printer's device on t. p. Contemp. blindstamped pigskin with label to spine and blindstamped arms of the Discalced Augustians. Fine Maurine edition (the first complete one) by René-Ambroise Janvier (1613-82), on which that of Migne is based. -From the library of the Vienna Discalced Augustinians with their ms. ownership note (dated 1730) and shelfmarks. Browned unevenly; one slight edge defect (loss of a thumb index). Fine monastic binding insignificantly rubbed; covers slightly warped. Wetzer/Welte IX, 1898. Hoefer XXVI, 363. Not in Goldsmith.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris
2016-11-06 23:36:19
Matte La Faveur, S.
- Montpelier, Daniel Pech, 1671 [1672]. Small 8vo (15.7 x 9.8 cm). [x], 360, 10 (explanatory leaves), [xxxii] pp. Engraved (armorial) frontispiece, 14 engraved plates on 12 large, folded leaves, one being a table of chemical symbols. Contemporary full calf. Spine with five raised bands, rich gilt compartments with floral vignettes and gilt title. Edges mottled red.= "Extremely rare" (Neville) complete copy, with all the plates, of a groundbreaking work on distillation by the self-taught French chemist Sébastien Matte La Faveur (1626-1714). According to Wikipedia, his discovery of styptic water and other important research merited him the position of Demonstrator of Chemistry at the Faculty of Medicine of Montpellier, a position created for him in 1675. He was the inventor of a lavender distillate, "the water of the Queen of Hungary", which became very popular in European courts. Perhaps as a consequence he became the private pharmacist of King Louis XIV and was awarded the privilege of teaching chemistry at the Sorbonne, and at the University of Montpellier. Later he became intendant of the chair of chemistry at the Jardin du Roi (1680 to 1684). This book is his most important work. Daniel Pech was perhaps merely the printer; the title page states that the work was sold by Matte La Faveur. Although the title page is dated 1671, the final print date is stated to be "le premier Fevrier 1672". The explanatory leaves are numbered 1-10, of which 1-2 have been moved to the first folded plate, between pp. 46-47. The first folded leaf contains the first three plates, a fact not not … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-11-01 19:18:14
BAUHIN (Gaspard)
Bâle, Impensis Joannis Regis, 1671. 2 ouvrages reliés en 1 vol. de I. (24), 518, (20)pp., (1)f. d'errata. - II. (4), 160, (12)pp veau brun moucheté, dos à nerfs orné (reliure de l'époque) 1671, 1671, in-4, 2 ouvrages reliés en 1 vol. de I. (24), 518, (20)pp, (1)f. d'errata. - II. (4), 160, (12)pp, veau brun moucheté, dos à nerfs orné (reliure de l'époque), Nombreux bois gravés de plantes dans le 2° ouvrage, du même auteur et à la même adresse. Texte sur deux colonnes. Dans le "Pinax", Gaspard Bauhin (1560-1624) établit l'identité des plantes et détermine leurs espèces par un nom ou phrase très courte. Il est ainsi le premier à avoir présenté une concordance complète et méthodique des noms donnés aux plantes. Le "Prodromus" contient la description d'environ 600 plantes, la plupart d'après un herbier sec. La première édition du "Prodromus" fut publiée en 1620, et celle du "Pinax", en 1623. Rares annotations manuscrites. Exemplaire restauré, galeries de vers avec perte de lettres en fin de volume, rousseurs et mouillures
Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux
2016-10-20 13:29:22
Richardo Lower MD [Richard Lower]
Amstelodami [Amsterdam]: Danielem Elsevirium, 1671 A very good copy of the '3rd and Final' edition of Richard Lower's major treatise on the working of the heart and lungs. Richard Lower (1631-1691) was the first person to perform a blood transfusion, reporting in 1666 that blood had been successfully transferred between 2 dogs. Shortly afterwards he carried out an experiment to transfuse some blood from a sheep to a man - with some hopes that the gentleness of the lamb would be carried in the blood. He counted Thomas Willis (founder of the Royal Society) and Robert Hooke as close associates and was a follower of William Harvey. Tractatus de Corde (roughly translated as Treatment of the Heart) was his most important work, detailing his experimental surgery and findings. This copy, in contemporary full leather binding, formed part of the Selbourne Library - acquired by the late Hugh Selbourne - and has the Selbourne Library stamp to the verso of the title page, and the bottom margin of p 51. The binding, with raised bands and title label is worn (particularly at the joints and edges) but sound. Page edges lightly marbled. Internally, there is a signature of Charles Singer to the fep and the remains of some pencil notes. Contents: 2 blanks; title page with Selbourne stamp to verso; dedication 8pp; List of Chapters 6pp; text (with decorative headpiece and initial capital on p1) 237 pp; finis; blank; 6 folding plates; 2 final blanks. The contents are in very good clean condition. The plates would benefit from being refolded, but, apart from a little offsetting, are in very good … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: E C Books [United Kingdom]
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2016-10-20 08:33:18
Marco Polo.
1671. 4to. 3 parts in one volume. (6), 26, (16), 167, (51) pp. (8), 115, (13) pp. (4), 107, (9) pp. Letterpress title printed in red and black. With additional engraved title and engr. frontispiece to part 2 (lacking plates of Arabic characters); ornamental head bands and initials. 18th-century calf with gilt spine. All edges red. First edition. "Collated with a manuscript in the library of the Elector of Brandenburg, preface, geographical index, glossary, etc." (Lust). The gifted orientalist Andreas Müller (1630-94) compiled in a single volume this collection of travel accounts and information on China: Part I is an edition of a Berlin manuscript of Marco Polo, including comparisons with editions by Grynaeus (1532) and Ramusio (1559). Part II, often bound last, is an encyclopedia of China by Müller, listing "Chinese peculiarities" based on Chinese and oriental sources (cf. Löwendahl 153). Part III is a Latin version of "Historia orientalis" by the Armenian Hayton of Corycus (d. 1308). - According to Lach, Müller was "one of the most cosmopolitan of [...] world-conscious Europeans" of his time, although he never travelled outside of Europe. He fell out with Kircher over a linguistic issue, and when Chinese writing was described by theologians as a breach of the Second Commandment, his position in Berlin became untenable. Having resigned his position as provost of St. Nicolai in 1685, he relocated to Stettin and spent the remainder of his life with private studies. "By his own ways of publishing he much hampered the production of a bibliography of his works, which would cert … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris
2016-10-14 11:25:56
CHORIER (Nicolas)
Grenoble, B. Philippes, 1671 3 vol. petit in 12°, (12) ff. 357pp (10) ff. , 397pp (4) ff., 695 pp (2)ff., pleine basane marbrée, dos lisse très orné, p. de titre et de tomaison, tranches rouges Supplément - Grenoble, B. Philippes, 1672 pt. in 12°, (11) ff. 360 pp, reliure identique Supplément, par lequel plusieurs choses sont rectifiées, ajoutées, retranchées.« Les 2 premiers volumes sont un panorama politique et religieux de la province. Le 3ème est un nobiliaire, complété de quelques considérations sur le tiers-état et les relations entre ordres. Le dernier, paru un an après en 1672, complète et corrige l'ensemble. Son titre est : Supplement à l'estat politique du pays de Dauphiné de Nicolas Chorier. Le titre est légèrement différent car il parle de pays de Dauphiné au lieu de province de Dauphiné. » Bibliothèque dauphinoiseEdition originale rare complète de son supplément Saffroy-21594 - Brunet I 1850 [24848] ?
Bookseller: Librairie Bal
2016-10-09 17:04:34
Agucchia Lattanzio
Vincenzo Galassi, Todi, 1671. Leggere macchie ad alcune carte (12) + 176 p. in-8
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Giulio Cesare [roma, ROMA, Italy]
2016-10-09 14:03:51
MONTANUS, Arnoldus.
1671 - London: John Ogilby, 1671. Coloured. 295 x 350mm. A decorative map based on the cartography of Hessel Gerritsz, this early chart covers the coastline of Central America including, Mexico, the Yucatan, the Bay of Honduras, Costa Rica, and part of the Gulf Coast. Published in Ogilby's 'America', an English edition of Montanus' 'De Nieuwe En Onbekende Weereld', issued in the same year by Meurs.
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [United Kingdom]
2016-10-09 12:18:30
HERRERA Y TORDESILLAS (Antonio de).
Paris, Veuve Nicolas de La Coste, François Clouzier et Pierre Auboüin, 1671, in-4 de (16)-790-(14) pp. ; plein vélin moderne, genre ancien. -Mouillures claires marginales sur 3/4 des ff. ; rousseurs éparses. Le Clerc, Bibliotheca Americana, cat. de 1868 n° 710 ; European Americana 671/171 ; Sabin 31550.Traduction de la troisième décade de l'important ouvrage de Herrera. Elle couvre la période 1521 - 1526. Les décades 4 à 8 n'ont pas été traduites.La première édition en espagnol de cet ouvrage fut publiée à Madrid de 1601 à 1615. Elle contient 8 décades, généralement reliées en 4 volumes."Parmi les historiens de l'Amérique, D. Antonio de Herrera tient incontestablement le premier rang. Il naquit en 1559 et fut quelque temps secrétaire de Vespasien de Gonzague, vice-roi de Naples, et fut ensuite nommé par Philippe II, historiographe des Indes. Son ouvrage est ce que nous possédons de plus complet sur l'époque qu'il embrasse." Ternaux (Le Clerc 705).Les deux premiers volumes de cette traduction parurent en 1660 et en 1668. "Il n'est pas facile au reste de réunir les trois volumes qui la composent : comme ils n'ont été donnés au public que successivement, on ne le trouve communément que détachés." (Boucher de La Richarderie, Bibliothèque universelle des voyages, V-p. 494).
Bookseller: Librairie Philippe Sérignan [France, Avignon]
2016-10-07 18:16:21
MONTANARI, Geminiano (1633-87). -
Bologna, Manolessi, 1671. In - 4. Cartonatura rustica antica, ricucita. Con 2 finalini a piena pagina inc. in legno e una tavola ripiegata con 10 figure incise in rame. (12), 76 pp. Prima edizione. L'astronomo e fisico modenese Montanari espone in due lettere, scritte in aspra polemica con il matematico livornese Donato Rossetti, i motivi di un particolare comportamento del vetro che aveva interessato vari scienziati e suscitato dibattiti sulla struttura della materia. La disputa coinvolse anche Francesco Redi, le cui "Osservazioni" - qui in prima edizione - occupano ben nove pagine della seconda lettera (pp.42 - 50). Prandi, Bibliografia di Redi, 31. Gamba 2017. Vinciana, Aut. Ital. del '600, 1588. Riccardi II, 171: «Raro». DSB IX, 485: «In physics Montanari conducted experiments to obtain drops of tempered glass and to observe the curious way in which they shattered.» First edition of a scarce work by the distinguished scientist, of interest also for containing the first edition of the "Osservazioni" by Francesco Redi (pp.42 - 50). With an engr. folding plate. Old boards, recased.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Rappaport
2016-10-05 16:30:49
[Villefranche en Beaujolais]
Villefranche, Antoine Baudrand, 1671 ; petit in-4 ; plein veau havane marbré, dos à nerfs très décoré et doré, deux pièces de titre rouges, triple filet doré d'encadrement des plats, roulette décorative dorée d'intérieur, tranches rouges (reliure façon ancienne de Bruyère, relieur lyonnais de la mi-XIXe siècle) ; 187, (3) pp., frontispice gravé représentant cinq blasons, 3 planches gravées hors-texte représentant l'église de Villefranche, le tombeau d'Eléonore de Savoie et Edouard Prince de Beaujeu jouant aux échecs avec la fille de la Bessée, grand bois gravé aux armes de Villefranche sur le titre. Rare Edition originale. Antoine Baudrand est le premier imprimeur à avoir exercé à Villefranche et le présent ouvrage est est un des premiers sortis de ses presses. Cachet de la Bibliothèque du vicomte de Saint Trivier au Thil. "On n'est pas d'accord sur la paternité de ce mémoire attribué tantôt à Louvet (Morel de Voleine, Péricaud), tantôt au Père de Bussières (Le Long, Guillon, Troliem, Barbier, Brunet), tantôt à Lourrens (Galle, Hist. du Beaujolais, T.1, p.XLIV), tantôt à un anonyme (Brisson, La Roche la Carelle, Aug. Bernard)" (Audin : Bibliographie beaujolaise, 1906 - N°502).Cet exemplaire porte la mention manuscrite ancienne "par le père Jean de Bussières".Bel exemplaire imprimé sur vergé fin, d'une exceptionnelle fraicheur, dans une élégante reliure pastiche signée de Bruyère, très discrète restauration aux mors. Port et assurance inclus pour tout envoi en France Métropolitaine (sauf mention contraire).
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Clagahé [France, Lyon]
2016-10-02 17:58:17
ORGAN] Fabicius, Werner 1633-1679
- Ca. 1671. 268 x 181 mm. Some browning and staining; trimmed; tears to lower edge. A contemporary and friend of Heinrich Schütz, Fabicius was organist at both the Paulinerkirche and the Nicolaikirche in Leipzig. Reproduced in MGG Vol. 3 col. 1706.
Bookseller: J & J LUBRANO MUSIC ANTIQUARIANS LLC
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2016-10-01 03:09:10
ALLARD (Guy).
1671à Grenoble, chez Jean Nicolas, 1671. Un volume in 12. Plein maroquin vert, dos à nerfs, orné de dauphins dorés . titres dorés. date en queue de dos. Dauphins dorés aux angles des plats, double filet à froid entourant les plats. double filet doré sur les coupes . dentelle intérieure, tranches dorées (reliure du XIX° . reliure de Bruyère). tampon Bibliothèque de Miribel. ( Miribel Jonage ). titre+ privilège+ 6 ff. n.ch+91 pp + 91 pp + 66 pp. Tous les écrits de Guy Allard sont fort rares.Edition originale rare. Très Bel exemplaire. Reliure très soignée.
Bookseller: Librairie Quand-Même
2016-09-29 20:28:41
Jean Marie de la Mure
Lyon Marcelin Gautherin 1671. petit In quarto 24 x 18,5. 1 feuillet blanc 10 feuillets, 8 feuillets 1 feuillet blanc 408 pages. Bandeaux lettrines. Pleine basane moucheté de l'époque, dos à nerfs orné, tranche mouchetées roses. Reliure solide avec manques aux coiffes et de quelques mm2 au dernier caisson bas. mors solides. Intérieur en état d'usage, Cachet d'institution annulé.quelques feuillets roussi. A l'instar des fresques de la sixtine. Un Bragetone a frappé les bandeaux de sa plumes sur deux bandeaux et plus discretement de son gratoir sur un troisième. Témoins historiques de la pudibonderie religieuse au XVIIe. Rare édition originale de cette histoire de la ville de Lyon à travers ses saints évèques ...et lieux saints. Probablement l'exemplaire de Claude le Laboureur autre historien Lyonnais à qui l'on doit les mazures de l'ile barbe Paris 1681 note manusrite Mr le laboureur historien de la ville de Lyon
Bookseller: Librairie Daniel Bayard livre luxe book [France, Millery]
2016-09-28 12:31:37
Bernier, (François)
Paris, Chez Claude Barbin, 1671. - 2 vols. small 8vo (16x9 cm). Contemporary full calf, spine gilt in compartments (gilt faded). Good bindings with a few small imperfections: corners bumped; top spine vol. 2 damaged; a few wormholing in hinges of second volume). Vol. 1: 178,(ii),138,70 pp. Vol. 2: 296 pp. (wormholes in lower margins). - Clean inside. - First editions, very rare. Vol. 1: Lettre à De la Mothe le Vayer contenant la description de Dehli & Agra, avec quelques particularitez .(sur) la cour et le génie des Mogols et des Indiens. 178 pp.; Lettre à Monsieur Chapelain touchant les superstitions, étranges façons de faire, et doctrines des Hindous ou Gentils de l'Hindoustan. (ii: blank),138 pp.; Lettre à Mr Chapelle sur le dessein qu'il a de se remettre à l'estude, sur . la doctrine des Atômes, & sur la nature de l'entendement humain. 70 pp. - The 2 volumes "Suite des Memoires" are the continuation of the 2 vols. "Histoire de la Révolution des Etats du Grand Mogol". Therefore printed on spines resp. "Vol. 3" and "Vol. 4". 500g [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Emile Kerssemakers
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2016-09-26 21:45:30
Mercurio, Scipione, und Gottfried (Übers.) Welsch:
Wittenberg, Mevius Erben und E. Schumacher (Druck: Wittenberg, M. Henckel) 1671 - 16 Bl., 844 (recte 836) Seiten (vollständig). Mit Kupfertitel u. 23 Kupferstichtafeln. Quart (20 x 16 cm). Pergamentband der Zeit (Rücken u. Schließbänder erneuert) ** Bedeutendes, reich illustriertes Werk des 17. Jahrhunderts zur Geburtshilfe - vollständiges Exemplar mit Kupfertitel, allen 23 Kupferstichen und sämtlichen Seiten. Mercurios Hauptwerk "La Commare", das erste in italienischer Sprache erschienene Hebammenbuch, wurde von dem Leipziger Medizinprofessor und Mitbegründers der modernen forensischen Medizin, Gottfried Welsch (1618-1690) übersetzt und bearbeitet. Deutsche Ausgaben erschienen 1652 (1653 als Titelauflage) in Leipzig und in 1671 in Wittenberg. Die teilweise für die dt. Ausgabe neuen Kupferstiche wurden von dem Leipziger Kupferstecher Johann Reinhold Schildknecht gestochen. Besondere Bedeutung erlangte das Werk vor allem auch mit seiner Erwähnung des Kaiserschnitts. Als erster erwähnte Mercurio ein enges Becken als Indikation zur sectio caesarea. "It is a work of importance for the study of history of Caesarean section; in it Mercurio advocated the Caesarean operation in cases of contracted pelvis" (Garrison-M. 6144 zur ital. Ausg. v. 1596) "One of the earliest works on obstetrics to be published in Italy. It maintained an authoritative position in Italy and Germany for more than one hundred and twenty-five years, and Mercurio's writings remain as the outstanding contribution to Italian obstetrics during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries" (Heirs of Hippocrates 234). - … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Hans-Jürgen Ketz
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2016-09-26 01:13:16
[PURCHAS, Samuel], John SANDERSON, Henry TIMBERLAKE and others.
Alden & Landis 678/140; Sabin 78871; STCN (6 copies); Tiele, Bibl. 955. First and only Dutch edition of an account of the voyages of three English merchant adventurers: John Sanderson in the Levant, Egypt and Constantinople (Istanbul), presented here as 1671-1676 but in fact describing travels in the years 1584-1602; Henry Timberlake in Jerusalem (1601); and the young John Smith in the Ottoman Empire (ca. 1598-1604) before his more famous voyage to America. All three are loosely translated from the relevant accounts in Purchas his pilgrimes, London, 1625, but the accounts of Sanderson and Timberlake are written in the first person. The present publisher added some texts from other sources, and the frontispiece and other illustrations, etched and engraved in a style sometimes reminiscent of Romein de Hooghe, are also new. Timberlake, though Protestant himself, shocked more narrow-minded Protestants by his accounts of the kindness of a Muslim Moor journeying from Fez to Mecca, who had joined his ship at Algiers and secured his release when he was arrested in Jerusalem. Slightly browned and with the title-page backed, apparently to strengthen it after a library stamp on the back was erased, minor and mostly marginal smudges or spots and a small marginal tear, but otherwise in good condition and with generous margins. Lacking the final blank leaf. The dedication was supposed to precede the publisher's note to the reader, but is here bound after it. The binding is rubbed and tattered, with most of the title-label gone. First Dutch edition of a fascinating account of English merc … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-09-23 00:18:29
PLUVINEL Antoine - CHARNISAY (René de Menou de Charnisay 1578-1651)
Par les Sieurs De Pluvinel, et Charnisay, Escuyers de Sa Majesté. Avec des Figures pour en donner l'intelligence. A Paris, Chez Estienne Loyson, au Palais, à l'entrée de la Galerie des Prisonniers, au Nom de Jésus - 1671. 2 ff, 367 pages, 1 frontispice, Extrait du Privilège du Roy, 5 planches repliées. Complet & Contrôlé. Reliure plein veau granité de l'époque. Dos à 4 nerfs orné et doré. Tranches jaspées rouges. Galeries de ver en marge. Coiffe sup. manquante. Pas de rousseur. Intérieur frais. Ouvrage RARE et recherché. Bon état. Format in-12°(16x10). Antoine de Pluvinel de la Baume (1552-1620), est l'un des précurseurs de l'école d'équitation française, avec Salomon de La Broue. Il a fait évoluer les techniques équestres utilisées en Italie à la fin du XVIe siècle. Auteur d'un célèbre manuel d'équitation, l'Instruction du Roy en l'Exercice de Monter à Cheval, il forma Louis XIII et eut également comme élève Richelieu. "La gentillesse est aux chevaux comme la fleur sur le fruit, une fois qu'on l'a cueillie, elle ne revient jamais".
Bookseller: Livres et Collections P. Commerot
2016-09-20 18:11:14
[PHARMACOPOEA BRUXELLENSIS editio II] .-- (VERBEELEN, Franciscus, Joannes van PAPENBROECK et al.).
Bruxellae, Petrum Hacquebaut, 1671. [xii], 237, [xi] pp. Small folio (20 x 30 cm.). Contemporary vellum (soiled; top & bottom of spine damaged). Title-page printed in red and black. With a very fine, baroque, printed title-page engraved by Jan van Troyen (see Thieme-Becker) showing on top the interior of an apothecary shop, in the middle the figures of Hippocrates, Galenus, Andromachus & Diorscorides, and a the bottom a view of Brussels. The second edition of the first (1641) Brussels' pharmacopoea. Exceedingly rare, only about 7 or 8 copies known, but no copy in Brussels nor in Amsterdam. A very good inner copy with only a few minor defaults: lower margin of the first 4 leaves frayed with some slight loss of paper; a few leaves with some scattered light soiling in the outer margin; top edges partly stained. Daems & Vanderwiele p 71 ; Volckringer p. 381.
Bookseller: Sylco livres anciens - antiquarian books [Belgium, Wenduine]
2016-09-19 19:57:08
CHERUBIN d'ORLEANS
Paris, Thomas Jolly, Simon Benard, 1671. (1)f. de front., (23)ff., 419, (1bl.), (30)pp., (1)f. de privilège en double, 57 planches veau fauve marbré, dos à nerfs orné, double filet en encadrement sur les plats, tranches rouges (rel. XVIIIe) 1671, 1671, in-folio, (1)f. de front, (23)ff, 419, (1bl.), (30)pp, (1)f. de privilège en double, 57 planches, veau fauve marbré, dos à nerfs orné, double filet en encadrement sur les plats, tranches rouges (rel. XVIIIe), Frontispice gravé par G. Edelinck d'après Le Pautre. Vignette. 57 planches (dont 6 dépliantes) et 2 figures in texte par L. Cossinus, représentant des microscopes, des télescopes, des planètes, la lune, et diverses machines. PREMIERE EDITION. Le père Chérubin, capucin d'Orléans, François Lasseray de son vrai nom (1614-97), fabriqua de nombreux instruments d'optique. Il perfectionna notamment le télescope binocle. Cet ouvrage montre les premières machines à tailler les lentilles et une des premières cartes de la lune. L'auteur le divise en trois parties: la doctrine de l'optique & de la dioptrique (vision simple et vision par rayons rompus); la théorique de l'oculaire dioptrique en toutes ses espèces; la positive (construction effective et usages de l'oculaire dioptrique) et la mécanique (comment former et polir toutes les sortes de verres qui servent à la construction de l'oculaire dioptrique). Ex-libris manuscrit sur le titre Nicolas Gelyotte. Ex-libris manuscrit sur le titre Rossillon 1740. Cachet du couvent des capucins de Perpignan (p.9). Cachet gratté sur la page de titre, certains feuillets légèrement roussis, le f … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux
2016-09-17 12:32:57
RICHELET (Pierre);
Paris Estienne Loyson 1671 In-12 de (8)-276-(2) pp., basane brune, dos orné à nerfs, tranches jaspées (reliure de l'époque). Edition originale rare. Première publication de Pierre Richelet (1626-1698) sous son nom, entièrement rédigée par ses soins après avoir signé en 1667 deux traductions de l'espagnol et le Dictionnaire des Rimes véritablement composé par Frémont d'Ablancourt. La Versification françoise ou l'art de bien faire et tourner les vers « a vu le jour en 1671 et a été fort lu. Richelet connaît ses prédécesseurs comme Sebillet, Du Bellay, Ch. Fontaine (B. Aneau) Gracien du Pont, de Laudun d'Aigaliers, Vauquelin, Deimier, Colletet, Boileau, Lancelot qu'il cite parmi plusieurs autres. Il s'est donc documenté avec soin. Son volume contient une brève histoire de la poésie française et un exposé des règles de la versification. Il étudie également les divers mètres ; mais en outre il examine des questions de style importantes, il signale les mots qui rendent les vers rudes et languissants, ceux qui n'entrent pas ou n'entrent que rarement dans les vers ; enfin, il définit le bon et le méchant vers. Son traité est donc bien loin d'avoir l'ampleur de l'Art poétique de Boileau, parce qu'il y fait une part beaucoup moins grande aux problèmes d'esthétique générale. En revanche il est d'un tour plus précis et plus technique » (Georges Lote, Histoire du vers français). Ex-libris armorié à la main ouverte non identifié sur le contreplat supérieur. Estafilade au feuillet A5 sans perte de lettres. Très bon exemplaire. Brunet, IV, 1291: « Cet ouvrage qui a paru pour la première fo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bonnefoi Livres Anciens [France, Paris]
2016-09-17 12:32:25
BOYLE, ROBERT (1627 - 1691) :
Oxford, printed by W.H. for Ric. Davis, 1671. Relié ensuite : Tracts consisting of observations about the saltness of the sea ; an account of a statical hygroscope and its uses ; together with an appendix about the force of the air's moisture ; a fragment about the natural and preternatural state of bodies. By the honourable Robert Boyle. To all which is permis'd a sceptical dialogue about the positive or privative nature of cold ; with some experiments of Mr Boyl's reffer'd to in that discourse. By a member of the Royal Society. London, printed by E. Flesher for R. Davis bookseller in Oxford, 1674. Deux tomes reliés en un volume, in-8 ; plein veau brun, dos à nerfs muet (reliure ancienne, dégradée mais dont les nerfs sont solides) ; Premier volume : (4) ff., pp. (1)-42 ; (1) f., 1-27, (28) ; (1-2), 3-25, 22, 23, 28, (1) f. blanc, (1) f. avec titre en long ; pp. (1-2), 3-43, (44) ; (1-2), 3-18, (1) f., 3-21 (22), (1) f., 1-16, (2) ff. blancs. Deuxième volume : (4) ff., pp. 1-52 ; (1) f., pp. 1-6 ; (1) f., pp. 1-(6) ; (1) f., pp. 1-(12) ; (1) f., pp. 1-(40) ; (1) f., pp. 1-(6) ; (1) f., pp. 1-(12) ; (1) f. pp. 1-(28) ; (1) f., pp. 1-14. Edition originale et premier tirage de ces deux ouvrages très rares, tout à fait conformes à leur collation respective donnée par Fulton (Nº83 et 113) et Duveen (93 et 95) (Collation très détaillée sur demande). Ces deux ouvrages font partie des publications importantes de Robert Boyle, physicien et chimiste anglais né à Lismore en Irlande, il est la quatorzième enfant du Comte de Cork. Après des études à Genève et Florence, o� il découvre l' … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Clagahé [France, Lyon]
2016-09-17 12:04:14
[Chinon (Père Gabriel de) - donnés au public par le (Père Louis Moreri, docteur en Théologie)] :
Lyon, Jean Thioly, 1671 ; in-12 ; demi-veau havane pastiche du XVIIIe, tranches marbrées, dos décoré et doré, pièce de titre ; (28), titre, Épître, Préface, 481, (17) pp. Edition originale (imprimée le 24 décembre 1671) de toute rareté (Barbier, III-237, qui donne par erreur la date de 1691). Originaire de Touraine, le père Gabriel de Chinon capucin fut missionnaire en Perse et y séjourna de 1640 à 1668 ou 1670 ; il est enterré à Erevan, capitale de l'Arménie, c'est dire s'il a connu profondément le pays et les habitants, ce qui rend son témoignage très précieux, différent de celui d'un simple voyageur. Minuscule travail de ver en marge de quelques feuillets qui a été fait avant la reliure et revient à chaque sixième feuillet, sans aucune gravité. Quérard-Supercheries-II-798c ; absent à Chadenat, au Dictionnaire de Biographie française, à Brunet et au catalogue de la vente de la bibliothèque de Sefik Atabey en 2002 ! Imprimeur établi à Lyon en 1668, Jean Thioly exerça jusqu'au début du XVIIIe siècle ; fils d'un cartier de Lyon, il fit son apprentissage à Lyon et à Paris. Port et assurance inclus pour tout envoi en France Métropolitaine (sauf mention contraire).
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Clagahé [France, Lyon]
2016-09-16 16:57:55
ROHAULT (JACQUES) :
Paris, imprimerie Denys Thierry et se vend chez ledit Thierry et la Veuve Charles Savreux, 1671 ; 2 tomes reliés en un volume in 4°, veau marbré, dos très orné et doré, pièce de titre grenat, roulette sur les coupes, tranches rouges (reliure de l'époque) ; [32], 378, [2] ff. Blancs avec 2 pl. dépliantes collées ; 382 pp., [8] pp., (1) f. blanc, (A-Z, Aa-Zz, Aaa4, Bbb1, ; A-Z, Aa-Zz, Aaa-Ccc4, planche plus petite collée p. 311).Edition originale du principal ouvrage du célèbre Jacques Rohault (Amiens 1620-1675), d'abord professeur de mathématiques et de philosophie du Dauphin grâce à Bossuet et professeur de mathématiques auprès des princes de Conti, puis très populaire grâce à ses séances publiques au cours desquelles il faisait des expériences prouvant les théories de Pascal et Descartes dont il fut un brillant adepte, salué plus tard par Leibniz qui le jugea comme le plus original des continuateurs. Coiffes et mors soigneusement restaurés, exemplaire globalement en bon état, bien complet des 3 planches dépliantes dont la plus petite est collée à la fin de la troisième partie. Rohault anima également chez lui, un groupe de chercheurs qui se signala parmi les autres groupes parisiens comme ceux de Marin Mersenne, des frères Dupuy, de l'abbé Picot ami de Descartes, M. Denis, etc. (La Pléiade : Histoire de la science, p. 89). Ce Traité de physique fut en si grande faveur qu'il atteignit sa douzième édition en 1708, et qu'une traduction imprimée à Londres parvint à la sixième en 1739. (Pierre Rousseau : histoire de la science, p. 299). Port et assurance inclus pour tout envoi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Clagahé [France]
2016-09-15 17:44:51
Albrecht, Andreas. ‘Shakespeare in Germany’
Nuremberg, Paul Fürst, 1671. Albrecht, Andreas. Zwey Bücher: das erste von der ohne und durch die Arithmetica gefundenen Perspectiva. Das andere von dem darzu gehörigen Schatten. Nuremberg, widow & heirs of Paul Fürst, 1671. 2 parts in 1 volume. Small folio. I: Engraved allegorical title by H[ans] Troschel depicting three muses (geometry, optics & arithmetic) in front of an ornate Renaissance palace symbolizing perspective, 75+[1 blank]p text, [1] double-page engraved plate of fencing tournament, [6] engraved folding plates (with 100 numbered illustrations of optical diagrams), [1] double-page folding table, 5 numbered engraved plates ; II: Engraved title within architectural border incorporating scientific instruments and emblems of shaded objects + [2]p of preface to reader + text pp77 - 124 (pp115-116 misbound), [3] folding engraved plates (comprising diagrams numbered 101-139) illustrating principles of shade, [2] folding engraved plates (with XXX diagrams on perspective). Antique style boards. One of the most influential treatises on perspective published in 17th century Germany. The Nuremberg mathematician and engineer Albrecht (1586-1628) interprets the theories of earlier German writers in the light of new mathematical discoveries. His work is divided into general optics and the principle of shade; it was first published in 1623. An especially noteworthy feature of this volume is the striking double-page plate of a fencing tournament taking place in the courtyard of the Heilsbronner Hof at Nuremberg, a purpose-built playhouse consisting of two elongated tall inn bui … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hünersdorff Rare Books ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2016-09-13 23:46:35
Corradi Pyrrhi
apud Paulum Balleonium, 1671. in - folio
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Giulio Cesare
2016-09-13 23:46:35
Corradi Pyrrhi
apud Paulum Balleonium, Venetiis, 1671. (6) + 400 + (32) p. in-folio p.perg cordonata coeva titoli a mano sul dorso
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Giulio Cesare [roma, ROMA, Italy]
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2016-09-11 10:30:35
[BALLET - 17th Century]
[n.p.]: [n.p.], 1671. Rare, possibly unique. Not in Worldcat, KVK, Wolfenbüttel Libretti Catalog, or the RISM libretto database online.. Small quarto. Early marbled wrappers. 1f. (half-title), [i] (title with dedication), [11] pp. With ornamental woodcut headpiece, opening initial, and tailpiece. Text in German. A Baroque "Ballet" or dance festival book. Title includes printed dedication to "Herr Julius Frantz, Hertzogen zu Sachsen/ Engern und Westphaln... " and his wife "Frawen Maria Hedwig Augusta" as well as a note on the first performance, which took place in Wolfenbüttel "auf dem fürstl[ichen] Residentz-Hause" on December 8, 1671. Wrappers somewhat worn and rubbed; creased at lower outer corner. Occasional minor creasing; small stain to blank outer margins of some leaves; several leaves slightly wormed at upper outer corner, not affecting text. A very good copy overall.
Bookseller: J & J Lubrano Music Antiquarians LLC
2016-09-11 10:30:35
[BALLET - 17th Century]
[n.p.]: [n.p.], 1671. Rare, possibly unique. Not in Worldcat, KVK, Wolfenbüttel Libretti Catalog, or the RISM libretto database online.. Small quarto. Early marbled wrappers. 1f. (half-title), [i] (title with dedication), [11] pp. With ornamental woodcut headpiece, opening initial, and tailpiece. Text in German. A Baroque "Ballet" or dance festival book. Title includes printed dedication to "Herr Julius Frantz, Hertzogen zu Sachsen/ Engern und Westphaln... " and his wife "Frawen Maria Hedwig Augusta" as well as a note on the first performance, which took place in Wolfenbüttel "auf dem fürstl[ichen] Residentz-Hause" on December 8, 1671. Wrappers somewhat worn and rubbed; creased at lower outer corner. Occasional minor creasing; small stain to blank outer margins of some leaves; several leaves slightly wormed at upper outer corner, not affecting text. A very good copy overall.
Bookseller: J & J Lubrano Music Antiquarians LLC
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2016-09-11 10:30:35
BALLET - 17th Century]
[n.p.], [n.p.] 1671 - Small quarto. Early marbled wrappers. 1f. (half-title), [i] (title with dedication), [11] pp. With ornamental woodcut headpiece, opening initial, and tailpiece. Text in German. A Baroque "Ballet" or dance festival book. Title includes printed dedication to "Herr Julius Frantz, Hertzogen zu Sachsen/ Engern und Westphaln. " and his wife "Frawen Maria Hedwig Augusta" as well as a note on the first performance, which took place in Wolfenbüttel "auf dem fürstl[ichen] Residentz-Hause" on December 8, 1671.Wrappers somewhat worn and rubbed; creased at lower outer corner. Occasional minor creasing; small stain to blank outer margins of some leaves; several leaves slightly wormed at upper outer corner, not affecting text. A very good copy overall. Rare, possibly unique. Not in Worldcat, KVK, Wolfenbüttel Libretti Catalog, or the RISM libretto database online. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: J & J LUBRANO MUSIC ANTIQUARIANS LLC
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2016-09-09 20:41:42
Tothill, William
1671 - Important for Its Insights Into the Development of Chancery Practice Tothill, William, Compiler. The Transactions of the High Court of Chancery, Both by Practice and President; With the Fees Thereunto Belonging, And All Special Orders in Extraordinary Cases, Which Are to be Found in the Registers Office as They Are Quoted by Terms, Years, And Books. Collected by that Famous Lawyer William Tothill Esq; Late One of the Six Clerks: And Since Reviewed by Sir Ro: Holborne, Bencher of Lincolns-Inne. London: Printed for R. Best and J. Place, 1671. [viii], 192, 225-240, 209-224, 257-288 pp. Text continuous despite pagination. Octavo (5-1/2" x 3-1/2"). Later sprinkled calf, gilt fillets to boards, gilt spine with lettering piece, all edges gilt, marbled endpapers. A few light scratches and nicks to boards, moderate rubbing to extremities, joints starting at ends, corners bumped and somewhat worn. Title printed within typographical border, typographical head-pieces. Light browning and occasional faint spotting to text, spark burns to a few leaves. Later owner signaures to front endleaf and head of titel page, early owner signature to head of following leaf, interior otherwise clean. * Second edition. As Wallace notes, this work, originally published in 1649, is "frequently interesting as showing in a positive and plainly authentic form the rudimentary shape of the present.developed chancery system of England; and as illustrating, by instances, that singular constitution of jurisprudence peculiar to Great Britain and the United States of America, by which a copious, precise, an … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB
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2016-09-07 10:37:44
Grenoble: P. Charvvs, 1671, 12°, (6), 135, (1), (5), pp., contemporary sheep, spine gilt; fresh and bright, a fine copy. Chinese & Japanese Ground Breaking Medical Text ! - - First edition of an exceptionally rare book, it is "the first Western book on Chinese medicine, with a few brief comments on Japanese methods. This anonymous collection of translations of early Chinese texts on pulse medicine has been variously attributed to different Jesuits working in China at the time." Garrison & Morton - - This work gives the first account in the West of the Chinese theory of pulses and of the theory and practice of acupuncture. The text appears to be a Compilation of Chinese texts translated or summarized and seems to be a partial source for the two books generally credited with giving the first Western accounts of Chinese medicine: Andreas Cleyer's Specimen Medicinae Sinicae (Frankfurt: 1682) and Michal Piotr Boym's Clavis Medica ad Chinarum doctrinam de pulsibus (Nuremberg: 1686). - - The authorship of this book is not known. The Wellcome and NLM catalogues site the following as authors, or possible authors, while noting the reservations of Grmek: Louis-Augustin Alemand (1643-1728), Michel Boym (1612-59), and Julien Placide Flervieu (1671-1746), but dates alone rule out all three. The author, a Jesuit, States that he is writing from Canton in 1668, having been ejected from Peking along with his fellow Christians. M.D. - - Grmek, in "Les Reflets de la Sphygmologie chinoise dans la Medecine occidentale," Biologie medicale, Vol. 51 (1962), pp. lix-lxiii proposes as possible candid … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: MedicusBooks.Com [Germany]
2016-09-07 10:37:44
Albers, Johann Friedrich Hermann
Grenoble: P. Charvvs, 1671, 12°, (6), 135, (1), (5), pp., contemporary sheep, spine gilt; fresh and bright, a fine copy. Chinese & Japanese Ground Breaking Medical Text ! First edition of an exceptionally rare book, it is "the first Western book on Chinese medicine, with a few brief comments on Japanese methods. This anonymous collection of translations of early Chinese texts on pulse medicine has been variously attributed to different Jesuits working in China at the time." Garrison & Morton This work gives the first account in the West of the Chinese theory of pulses and of the theory and practice of acupuncture. The text appears to be a Compilation of Chinese texts translated or summarized and seems to be a partial source for the two books generally credited with giving the first Western accounts of Chinese medicine: Andreas Cleyer's Specimen Medicinae Sinicae (Frankfurt: 1682) and Michal Piotr Boym's Clavis Medica ad Chinarum doctrinam de pulsibus (Nuremberg: 1686). The authorship of this book is not known. The Wellcome and NLM catalogues site the following as authors, or possible authors, while noting the reservations of Grmek: Louis-Augustin Alemand (1643-1728), Michel Boym (1612-59), and Julien Placide Flervieu (1671-1746), but dates alone rule out all three. The author, a Jesuit, States that he is writing from Canton in 1668, having been ejected from Peking along with his fellow Christians. M.D. Grmek, in "Les Reflets de la Sphygmologie chinoise dans la Medecine occidentale," Biologie medicale, Vol. 51 (1962), pp. lix-lxiii proposes as possible candidates the Jesuit … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiq. F.-D. Söhn - Medicusbooks.Com [Marburg, Germany]
2016-09-05 11:07:25
GREGORY, John
London: for Richard Royston, 1671. FIRST EDITION. 2 vols. in 1, square 4to, 7-1/4" x 5-3/4", (xii)166:(xiii)330pp., astrological chart & 3 woodcuts, complete. Bound in contemporary full speckled calf over cords, hinges cracked but covers firmly attached, covers double ruled in glit, minor dampstain to extream upper corner of textblock not affecting text otherwise clean and bright throughout.\r\nIncludes a chapter on the use of Terrestrial Globes.\r\n"The Dissertaion & plates on the Boy-Bishop and the Monk-fish, are curious & exhibit some of the follies of former times." - Orme's Bibl. Bib.\r\nWing G1914
Bookseller: D&D Galleries - ABAA [Somerville, NJ, U.S.A.]
2016-09-05 10:04:31
BOCCHINI Bartolomeo
Pisarri Ant, 1671. 3 opere in cinque parti in un vol. in - 12, pp. 82, (2); 72; 48; 71; 118, (2); leg. coeva p. perg., tit. ms. al dorso. Con 3 belle silografie raffig. commedianti, vignette e fregi. Pregevole raccolta, in edizioni diverse, di opere poetiche, giocose e burlesche (la prima edizione delle Opere è probabilmente quella di Modena, Soliani,1655). Il Bocchini, nato a Bologna nel 1604 e morto nel Bergamasco o a Venezia tra il 1648 ed il 1653, fu stravagante autore ed attore della commedia dell'arte e scrisse le sue opere, secondo molti bibliografi e critici (Quadrio, Gay, Brunet, Graesse, ecc.), in dialetto bergamasco, mentre per il Gamba (Opere in dialetto veneziano, p. 125), sono "nel vero dialetto veneziano, alterato quando a quando alla maniera propria di parlare de' Zanni, ch'erano i mimi a suo tempo i più motteggevoli sulle scene". Il Sanesi (vol. I, pp. 432 - 3) ci informa che "Zanni", forma dialettale di Giovanni o Gianni, è caricatura dei grossolani facchini bergamaschi. E' interessante osservare, comunque, che proprio nel 1671 viene rappresentata a Parigi "Les fourberies de Scapin" di Molière, che, riprendendo la vecchia maschera italiana, la fisserà definitivamente sulle scene. Discreto esemplare (un po' corto il margine super. e con un piccolo lavoro di tarlo nel margine delle ultime 24 pp. della "Corona").
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