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2014-08-31 15:35:20
[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.
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2014-08-27 10:09:03
Redi, Francesco
Andreae Frisii, Amsterdam. FIRST LATIN EDITION OF FRANCESCO REDI'S MASTERPIECE REFUTING SPONTANEOUS REGENERATION, first published in Italian IN 1668 as Esperienze Intorno alla Generazione degl'Insetti (Experiments on the Generation of Insects). "A milestone in the history of modern science," Redi's book outlines the first series of experiments to disprove 'spontaneous generation' -- "a theory also known as Aristotelian abiogenesis. At the time, [the] prevailing wisdom was that maggots arose spontaneously from rotting meat"; in other words, that nonliving matter could generate the production of living organisms (Wikipedia). In his experiments, Redi captured maggots and waited for them to metamorphose, becoming flies. "Also, when dead flies or maggots were put in sealed jars with dead animals or veal, no maggots appeared, but when the same thing was done with living flies, maggots did" (Wikipedia). Redi compared two groups of meat: "the first left exposed to insects, and the second group covered by a barrier of gauze. In the exposed meat, flies laid eggs, which quickly hatched into maggots. On the gauze-covered meat, no maggots appeared, but Redi observed fly eggs on the outer surface of the gauze" (Benecke, A Brief History of Forensic Entomology). Knowing full well the terrible fates of out-spoken scientists like Giordino Bruno and Galileo Galilei, Redi was careful to express his new views in a manner that would not contradict to theological tradition of the Church; hence, his interpretations were always based on biblical passages, such as his famous adage: omne vivum ex viv … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Atticus Rare Books [West Branch, IA, U.S.A.]
2014-08-26 23:54:21
BEYEM VAN AERSSEN, Hippolytus.
Bierens de Haan 306; for the author: V.d. Aa, Bijvoegsel, p. 16. Geometry textbook by the otherwise unknown author Hippolytus Beyem van Aerssen, printed in Leeuwarden. The volume contains two treatises, the first part deals with triangles and some aspects of rectangles, the second treatise is on geometrical figures within circles as well as some remarks on the squaring of the circle. The final leaf contains errata.Minor ink stain on title-page, page 11 with small holes and some loss of text, diagram on page 62 pasted into text, faint marginal water stain in some parts. Clean and well-preserved copy.
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2014-08-20 15:36:47
John Caryll].
Bookseller: Kubik Fine Books Ltd., ABAA [Dayton, OH, U.S.A.]
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2014-08-20 10:20:18
OGILBY, John
London Printed for the Author. First Edition in English of this Classic Early Work on the Americas Including One of the First Views of New York City OGILBY, John, [editor, translator]. MONTANUS, Arnoldus [author]. America: Being The latest, And Most Accurate Description Of The New World; Containing The Original of the Inhabitants, and the Remarkable Voyages thither. The Conquest Of The Vast Empires Of Mexico and Peru, and Other Large Provinces and Territories, With The Several European Plantations In Those Parts. Also Their Cities, Fortresses, Towns, Temples, Mountains, and Rivers. Their Habits, Customs, Manner, and Religions. Their Plants, Beasts, Birds, and Serpents. With An Appendix, containing , besides several other considerable Additions, a brief Survey of what hath been discover'd of the Unknown South-Land and the Arctick Region. Collected from the most Authenntick Authors, Augmented with later Observations, and Adorn'd with Maps and Sculptures, by John Ogilby, esq; His Majesty's Cosmographer, Geographick Printer, and Master of the Revels in the Kingdom of Ireland. London: Printed for the Author, 1671. First edition, first issue in English of this classic early work on the Americas including one of the first views of New York City. Folio (16 3/16 x 10 3/4 inches; 411 x 274 mm). [2, blank], [2, frontis], [vii], [1, blank] 674, [1, binder's instructions], [3, blank] pp. Title printed in red and black. Complete with fifty-eight engraved plates, including engraved frontispiece, two folding maps, two folding plates, six full-page plates and forty-seven double-page plates. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Heritage Book Shop, ABAA [Tarzana, CA, U.S.A.]
2014-08-20 10:20:18
OGILBY, John
London Printed for the Author. First Edition in English of this Classic Early Work on the Americas Including One of the First Views of New York City OGILBY, John, [editor, translator]. MONTANUS, Arnoldus [author]. America: Being The latest, And Most Accurate Description Of The New World; Containing The Original of the Inhabitants, and the Remarkable Voyages thither. The Conquest Of The Vast Empires Of Mexico and Peru, and Other Large Provinces and Territories, With The Several European Plantations In Those Parts. Also Their Cities, Fortresses, Towns, Temples, Mountains, and Rivers. Their Habits, Customs, Manner, and Religions. Their Plants, Beasts, Birds, and Serpents. With An Appendix, containing , besides several other considerable Additions, a brief Survey of what hath been discover'd of the Unknown South-Land and the Arctick Region. Collected from the most Authenntick Authors, Augmented with later Observations, and Adorn'd with Maps and Sculptures, by John Ogilby, esq; His Majesty's Cosmographer, Geographick Printer, and Master of the Revels in the Kingdom of Ireland. London: Printed for the Author, 1671. First edition, first issue in English of this classic early work on the Americas including one of the first views of New York City. Folio (16 3/16 x 10 3/4 inches; 411 x 274 mm). [2, blank], [2, frontis], [vii], [1, blank] 674, [1, binder's instructions], [3, blank] pp. Title printed in red and black. Complete with fifty-eight engraved plates, including engraved frontispiece, two folding maps, two folding plates, six full-page plates and forty-seven double-page plates. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Heritage Book Shop, ABAA [Tarzana, CA, U.S.A.]
2014-08-19 11:31:46
NEWTON, Sir Isaac.
The Haskell F. Norman copy of Newton's first exposition of his fluxional calculus. Originally written in 1671, in Latin, this was Newton's first comprehensive presentation of his method of fluxions which, according to Hall 'might have effected a mathematical revolution in its own day' (<i>Philosophers at War</i>, pp. 65-6). It should properly be placed first in the great trilogy of Newton's major works: <i>Fluxions, Principia</i> (1687) and <i>Opticks</i> (1704). The original Latin text remained unpublished until 1779 when it appeared in Samuel Horsley's <i>Opera Omnia</i>.<br/><br/> Newton wrote three accounts of the calculus. The composition of the first, a tract entitled 'De analysi per aequationes numero terminorum infinitas,' resulted from Newton's reception from Isaac Barrow, in the early months of 1669, of a copy of Mercator's <i>Logarithmotechnia</i>, a work which contained the series for log(1 + <i>x</i>). The work, in which Newton demonstrated his much more general methods of infinite series, was not published until 1711, when William Jones included it, along with a number of other tracts, in his <i>Analysis per quantitatum series</i>. In 'De analysi,' however, Newton "did not explicitly make use of the fluxionary notation or idea. Instead, he used the infinitely small, both geometrically and analytically, in a manner similar to that found in Barrow and Fermat, and extended its applicability by the use of the binomial theorem. ... It will be noticed that although the work of Newton contains the essential procedures of the calculus, the justification of these is no … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sophia Rare Books
2014-08-07 17:37:47
Montanini, Pietro (1616 - Perugia - 1689)
1671. Radierung mit Kupferstich, 1671. 15,7:10 cm.- Schöner, frisch erhaltener Druck mit feinem Rändchen, am linken rand kleine ersetzte Fehlstellen.. Möglicherweise die einzige graphische Arbeit des als Landschaftsmaler bekannt gewordenen Schülers des Pietro da Cortona.
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2014-07-22 12:27:05
PALAFOX Y MENDOZA, Juan de
London: W. Godbid, 1671. Octavo, with the four page advertisement of the bookseller Moses Pitt at the rear, some of the early pages a little dusted and a few marks throughout; but a very good copy in a recent period-style binding of dark calf, spine decorated and gilt, with russet morocco label. Early work on China. First edition of this important early work on China, now quite rare. The first major news from China to be reported in the Western world was the Manchu conquest of 1644, beginning with Father Martinio Martini's generally accurate De bello tartarico (1654), a work which traced the history of the hostility between the Chinese and the Tartars north of the Great Wall. Palafox y Mendoza, who held bishoprics in both Spain and Mexico, served briefly as the viceroy of New Spain. In addition to his ecclesiastical duties, Palafox was also in charge of the dispatch of vessels to the Philippines during his stay in Mexico. In this capacity he collected "letters and memorials" on events in China as they were forwarded to him, using them to prepare this work, the second European history of the Manchu conquest. He begins his account with the rebellion of Li Tzu-ch'êng and Chang Hsien-Chung in 1640, and provides a good history of the conflict. Moreover, although saddened by the revolt, Palafox does not revert to simply depicting the Manchus as barbarians, arguing that the collapse of the empire was due largely to slow deterioration and neglect. His work is now primarily known for his interest in Chinese government, religion, dress, customs, military techniques and manner … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-07-21 08:13:40
FERNANDEZ, GERONIMO.:
London,1671.Continuing as well the valiant exploits of that magnanimous and heroick Prince, son to the Emperor Don Bellaneo of Greece; as also the wars between him and the Souldan of Persia. Wherein is likewise described the strange and dangerous adventures that befel him in the prosecution of his love towards the Princess Florisbella, daughter to the Souldan of Babylon. His releasing of her father the Souldan from a strange enchantment, and vanquishing the Emperor of Trebizond....Now newly written in English by F.K. First part only of 3 of second edition of Francis Kirkman's translation, printed by Tho. Johnson, for Francis Kirkman and are to be sold at his shop, 1671. Small 4to, 175 x 125 mm, 6¾ x 5 inches, printed mainly in black letter, pages (2), 1 - 32, 49 - 96, 90 - 93, LACKING 2 LEAVES C2 AND C3, pagination is erratic but catchwords to the rest of the text follow on, as does the register, curiously the title page has been replaced by the title page of the second part, which was identical to that of the first part except for the words "The Second Part" placed after the title, bound in full antique calf, blind ruled panels to covers, gilt rules and raised bands, lacking spine label. Covers lightly scuffed, head and tail of spine and corners slightly rubbed, front inner paper hinge cracked but binding tight and firm, title page and first page of text dusty and slightly marked with ink, first 5 leaves have neat paper repairs to either a margin or the top corner, 4 further margin repairs further on, pages age browned throughout, some upper margins trimmed just shaving th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.
2014-07-19 15:59:09
MATTE LA FAVEUR, Sebastian.
Extremely rare complete copy of this important work "less than a dozen copies are known to exist, most imperfect with missing leaves and fewer plates" (The Roy G. Neville Historical Chemical Library, vol. 2, p. 153 - describing their copy as "probably the finest example extant" - this copy collates as theirs and is similarly bound in contemporary unrestored calf). "Sold only by the author at his home in Montpellier, the <i>Pratique</i> contains clear directions on practical operations and the preparation of chemicals. Matte La Faveur (fl. 1671), distiller and demonstrator of chemistry at Montpellier, simultaneously gave a course at Paris until 1684, when he was succeeded by the famous chemist Nicolas Lemery. Undoubtedly, Lemery used this work when writing his celebrated <i>Cours de Chymie</i>(1675), and it is well known that he seldom acknowledged his sources. The <i>Pratique</i> forms a direct link between the <i>Traite de la Chymie</i> (1663) of Christophle Glaser and the <i>Cours</i> of Lemery. <b>Extremely rare.</b>" (Neville). Caillet, 7225; Dorbon-Aine, 6273; Duveen, 395; Ferchl, 345; Goldsmith, M669; Neu, 2681; Partington, 111, 27; Poggendorff, 11, 78; Sotheran, Cat. 800 [1926], 11519; Thorndike, VIII, 141; Thornton 8c, Tully, 122.. 8vo (158 x 100 mm), fully complete: pp [x], 360, 10 (explanatory leaves), [xxxii]. Engraved (armorial) frontispiece, 13 engraved plates, 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. Entirely unres … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sophia Rare Books
2014-07-16 02:39:02
PALAFOX Y MENDOZA, Juan de.
London: W. Godbid, 1671. Octavo, with the four page advertisement of the bookseller Moses Pitt at the rear, some of the early pages a little dusted and a few marks throughout; but a very good copy in a recent period-style binding of dark calf, spine decorated and gilt, with russet morocco label. First edition of this important early work on China, now quite rare.The first major news from China to be reported in the Western world was the Manchu conquest of 1644, beginning with Father Martinio Martini's generally accurate De bello tartarico (1654), a work which traced the history of the hostility between the Chinese and the Tartars north of the Great Wall.Palafox y Mendoza, who held bishoprics in both Spain and Mexico, served briefly as the viceroy of New Spain. In addition to his ecclesiastical duties, Palafox was also in charge of the dispatch of vessels to the Philippines during his stay in Mexico. In this capacity he collected "letters and memorials" on events in China as they were forwarded to him, using them to prepare this work, the second European history of the Manchu conquest.He begins his account with the rebellion of Li Tzu-ch'êng and Chang Hsien-Chung in 1640, and provides a good history of the conflict. Moreover, although saddened by the revolt, Palafox does not revert to simply depicting the Manchus as barbarians, arguing that the collapse of the empire was due largely to slow deterioration and neglect. His work is now primarily known for his interest in Chinese government, religion, dress, customs, military techniques and manners (see Donald F. Lach & Edwin J. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hordern House [Australia]
2014-07-15 14:27:01
OGILBY, John and Arnoldus Montanus.:
London, Printed by the Author, and are to be had at his House in White Fryers, M.DCLXXI, 1671.Containing The Original of the Inhabitants, and the Remarkable Voyages thither. The Conquest of The Vast Empires of Mexico and Peru, and Other Large Provinces and Territories, With The Several European Plantations In Those Parts. Also Their Cities, Fortresses, Towns, Temples, Mountains, and Rivers. Their Habits, Customs, Manner, and Religions. Their Plants, Beasts, Birds, and Serpents. With An Appendix, containing, besides several other considerable Additions, a brief Survey of what hath been discover'd of the Unknown South - Land and the Arctick Region. Collected from the most Authentick Authors, Augmented with later Observations, and Adorn'd with Maps and Sculptures, by John Ogilby, esq; His Majesty's Cosmographer, Geographick Printer, and Master of the Revels in the Kingdom of Ireland. LACKS ALL LARGE PLATES AND MAPS. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION 1671. Folio, approximately 430 x 280 mm, 17 x 11 inches, full page engraved frontispiece called America, 66 engraved illustrations in the text, all at the top of the page, all about a third of the page in size, engraved initials and head - and tailpieces, pages: title page printed in red and black, [6], 1 - 674, [1], jump in pagination from page 636 to 641, but complete, all catch words correct and collation is correct, printed marginal notes, full calf, modern reback with green morocco gilt lettered label, original old covers, new endpapers, edges stained red. Spine bumped on the raised bands, uneven fading on spine, original covers scuffed a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.
2014-07-14 22:35:30
BROOKS, Thomas.:
London, John Hancock, 1671.FOURTH EDITION 1671, corrected and amended, first 4 words of title in Greek characters, small 4to, approximately 180 x 135 mm, 7 x 5¼ inches, pages: title page, (10) Dedicatory Epistle, (6) Contents table, (4) publisher's adverts, 1 - 328, lacking half - title, collation: A - C4 ( - A1), B - Tt4, bound in full early sheep, blind tooled border to covers, no lettering or labels. Amateur repairs to spine, spine rubbed and scuffed, corners bumped and worn, shelf wear to edges, inner hinges strengthened with cloth tape, endpaper's replaced, fore - edge of title page neatly repaired, not affecting text, 2 following leaves have small neat edge repairs, not affecting text, early ink name at top of title page, occasional light soiling and some margins slightly trimmed, no loss of legibility at all, 2C2 and 3 slightly damaged in fore - edge, slightly shaving margin notes but all still legible, occasional pencil marks in the margin and some pencil underlining, small piece missing from lower inner corner of N3 with loss of a couple of letters, easily legible, small dark brown stain to Ee2 and Ee3 resulting in tiny hole in Ee3, all legible. A good copy only. Thomas Brooks (1608?1680) was an English non - conformist Puritan preacher educated at Emmanuel College, Cambridge. After the conclusion of the First English Civil War, he became minister at Thomas Apostle's, London, and was sufficiently renowned to be chosen as preacher before the House of Commons on December 26, 1648 (Wikipedia). MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUE … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.
2014-07-14 22:35:30
BROOKS, Thomas.
London John Hancock 1671 - FOURTH EDITION 1671, corrected and amended, first 4 words of title in Greek characters, small 4to, approximately 180 x 135 mm, 7 x 5¼ inches, pages: title page, (10) Dedicatory Epistle, (6) Contents table, (4) publisher's adverts, 1-328, lacking half-title, collation: A-C4 (-A1), B-Tt4, bound in full early sheep, blind tooled border to covers, no lettering or labels. Amateur repairs to spine, spine rubbed and scuffed, corners bumped and worn, shelf wear to edges, inner hinges strengthened with cloth tape, endpaper's replaced, fore-edge of title page neatly repaired, not affecting text, 2 following leaves have small neat edge repairs, not affecting text, early ink name at top of title page, occasional light soiling and some margins slightly trimmed, no loss of legibility at all, 2C2 and 3 slightly damaged in fore-edge, slightly shaving margin notes but all still legible, occasional pencil marks in the margin and some pencil underlining, small piece missing from lower inner corner of N3 with loss of a couple of letters, easily legible, small dark brown stain to Ee2 and Ee3 resulting in tiny hole in Ee3, all legible. A good copy only. Thomas Brooks (1608–1680) was an English non-conformist Puritan preacher educated at Emmanuel College, Cambridge. After the conclusion of the First English Civil War, he became minister at Thomas Apostle's, London, and was sufficiently renowned to be chosen as preacher before the House of Commons on December 26, 1648 (Wikipedia). MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.
2014-07-12 15:44:19
BOYLE, ROBERT.
Rotterdam, A. Leers, 1671. 12:o. (24),518,(29) s. Titelsidan tryckt i rött och svart. Lätt nött och ngt solkigt halvpergamentbd från 1800-talets andra hälft med röd titeletikett i saffian. Brunstänkta snitt. Det avslutande registret med lagad reva i nedre marginalen som på några blad når in i texten. Gammal oval rödstämpel från Bergsskolans bibliotek i Falun på titelbladet och med Christian Hammers exlibris. Fulton A bibliography of Robert Boyle 61. Det engelska originalet "Experiments and considerations touching colours" trycktes 1663. Om färgförändringar och deras användning inom kemin för att bestämma olika ämnens art, d.v.s. s.k. indikatorer. "Dictionary of scientific biography" skriver apropå Boyles banbrytande studier inom området: "The importance of these tests, upon which Boyle placed absolute reliance, was very great, for in the late seventeenth century there was still great confusion over the identity, not to mention the composition, of various simple substances." Robert Boyle (1627-91) har kallats "den förste moderne kemisten", men han var även verksam som fysiker, teolog och vetenskapsfilosof.
Bookseller: Mats Rehnström [SE]
2014-07-10 10:01:37
Haunold, Ch.
Ingolstadt. J. S. Knab (Bde. V und VI: J. Ph. Zinck).1671-74.. 6 Bde. mit 7 Tln. in 4 Bdn. 32 x 20,5 cm. Blindgepr. Schweinsldr. d. Zt. mit je 2 intakten Schließen. Beschabt, etw. bestoßen und fleckig.. Erste Ausgabe. - De Backer-S. IV, 142, 22. Schulte III/1, 145, 42, Wetzer-W. V, 1535. ADB XI, 70. - Bde. V und VI mit dem Titel Jurisprudentiae justiciariae bipartitae tomus prior (posterior) und dem Zusatz Operis totius de jure et justitia quintus (sextus); dem 6. Bd. ist angefügt mit separatem Titel das zum Druck gehörende Repertorium universale in sex tomos de jure privato, et judiciis. - Sehr gründliche Darstellung der thomistischen Rechtsphilosophie, das Hauptwerk des Jesuiten Christoph Haunold (1610-1689). - 3 Bde. mit je einem Blattweiser; alle Bde. leicht gebräunt und etw. fleckig. - Aus dem Jesuitenkolleg Altötting mit entsprechenden Vermerken aus dem Jahr 1716 auf den Titeln der Bde. I, III, V und VI. First edition. - Very exhaustive portrayal of the Thomist philosophy of law, the major work by the Jesuit Christoph Haunold (1610-1689). - 3 vols. each with one bookmark; all vols. slightly browned and a little soiled. - From the Jesuit college Altötting with corresponding notes of the year 1716 on titles of vols. I, III, V and VI. - Contemporary blind-pressed pigskin each with 2 intact clasps (scratched, a little scuffed, soiled).
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2014-07-09 18:59:18
Getruckt zu Bamberg in der Fürstl: Truckerey/ Durch Johann Jacob Immel, (1671).. Einblattdruck. Oben mittig mit Allianzwappen der Familien Voit von Rieneck, Erthal, Thüngen, Lichtenst(ein) (9,5 x 7,5 cm), links und rechts jeweils eine Leiste mit je 6 Wappenschildern der Beisitzer. Jeweils in Holzschnitt. 42,5 x 33 cm.. Nicht im VD 17, für mich bibliographisch nicht nachweisbar. Offensichtlich seltener Einblattdruck, der die Daten der Bamberger Gerichtstage verkündet und Richter und Beisitzer auflistet. - Die weißen Ränder eingeschlagen, in den Ecken jeweils ein stecknadelkopfgroßes Loch. Gebräunt und etwas fleckig, unten mit ca. 3 cm Einriss.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski
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2014-07-03 23:04:03
[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
2014-07-03 14:24:52
Fernando Calvo
. Zustand: Bien Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa dura. Madrid. 1671. 31X20. Pergamino a la romana. 4a edicion. 6h+386Pag+1h. Antiquissimo Tratado de Albeiteria del Siglo XVII. Raro. La Obra contiene desde recetas veterinarias, botanica veterinaria, herrar su dialogo o el horoscopo. Faltas en 2 Pag y manchas de humedad (fotos). Ref 6.7 Biblioteca A
Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Marc & Antiques
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2014-07-03 08:54:46
Montanini, Pietro (1616 - Perugia - 1689)
1671. Radierung mit Kupferstich, 1671. 15,7:10 cm.- Schöner, frisch erhaltener Druck mit feinem Rändchen, am linken rand kleine ersetzte Fehlstellen.. Möglicherweise die einzige graphische Arbeit des als Landschaftsmaler bekannt gewordenen Schülers des Pietro da Cortona.
Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH
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2014-07-02 16:02:58
Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
. Zustand: Muy Bien Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa dura. Bruxellas(Lyon). Grabador Conrad Lauwers. 1671. Tomo 2. 17x10. Pasta espanola. 8h+649Pag+4h(tabla). 9 Preciosos grabados. Completo. Una de las primeras ediciones del Quijote al ser del siglo XVII y Obra que se publico para conservar muy vivo en el resto de Europa la Grandissima Obra de Cervantes. Contiene muescas en varias paginas 11Pag. N° de ref. de la libreria 5.4 Biblioteca A.
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2014-06-25 14:20:34
Getruckt zu Bamberg in der F?l: Truckerey/ Durch Johann Jacob Immel, (1671).. Getruckt zu Bamberg in der Fürstl: Truckerey/ Durch Johann Jacob Immel, (1671).. Einblattdruck. Oben mittig mit Allianzwappen der Familien Voit von Rieneck, Erthal, Thüngen, Lichtenst(ein) (9,5 x 7,5 cm), links und rechts jeweils eine Leiste mit je 6 Wappenschildern der Beisitzer. Jeweils in Holzschnitt. 42,5 x 33 cm. Nicht im VD 17, für mich bibliographisch nicht nachweisbar. Offensichtlich seltener Einblattdruck, der die Daten der Bamberger Gerichtstage verkündet und Richter und Beisitzer auflistet. - Die weißen Ränder eingeschlagen, in den Ecken jeweils ein stecknadelkopfgroßes Loch. Gebräunt und etwas fleckig, unten mit ca. 3 cm Einriss.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
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2014-06-24 21:34:57
HOOFT, Pieter Corneliszoon
"Amsterdam by Jacob Lescailje 1671. P.C.Hoofts-,Henrik De Groote 187pp.-Vertaalingen.184pp.-gedichten van den Heere Pieter C.Hooft, Drost te Muyden, Baljuw van Goeylandt,&c.verzaamelt en uitgegeven door Jacob vanderBurgh, Raads des Heeren van Brederode.120pp.-Minnezinne-Beelden, Sonetten en Zangen.308pp. With 1 engr.title.1 engr.portr.of ""Henricus Magnus dei Gratia"" and 30 engr.plts. on 15 p.".
Bookseller: Antiquariaat DE VRIES & DE VRIES [Netherlands]
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2014-06-15 07:54:04
OGILBY, John and Arnoldus Montanus.:
London, Printed by the Author, and are to be had at his House in White Fryers, M.DCLXXI, 1671.. London, Printed by the Author, and are to be had at his House in White Fryers, M.DCLXXI, 1671.. Containing The Original of the Inhabitants, and the Remarkable Voyages thither. The Conquest of The Vast Empires of Mexico and Peru, and Other Large Provinces and Territories, With The Several European Plantations In Those Parts. Also Their Cities, Fortresses, Towns, Temples, Mountains, and Rivers. Their Habits, Customs, Manner, and Religions. Their Plants, Beasts, Birds, and Serpents. With An Appendix, containing, besides several other considerable Additions, a brief Survey of what hath been discover'd of the Unknown South-Land and the Arctick Region. Collected from the most Authentick Authors, Augmented with later Observations, and Adorn'd with Maps and Sculptures, by John Ogilby, esq; His Majesty's Cosmographer, Geographick Printer, and Master of the Revels in the Kingdom of Ireland. LACKS ALL LARGE PLATES AND MAPS. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION 1671. Folio, approximately 430 x 280 mm, 17 x 11 inches, full page engraved frontispiece called America, 66 engraved illustrations in the text, all at the top of the page, all about a third of the page in size, engraved initials and head- and tailpieces, pages: title page printed in red and black, [6], 1-674, [1], jump in pagination from page 636 to 641, but complete, all catch words correct and collation is correct, printed marginal notes, full calf, modern reback with green morocco gilt lettered label, original old covers, new endpap … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton
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Skinner, Stephano
typis T. Roycroft, & prostant venales apud H. Brome [et al.], Londini, 1671. First edition, folio, unpaged, and collating [*]2 a2 B-D4 E-V2 2A-2U4 2X-2Z2 3A-3Y4 3Z6 4A-5V4 5X2; text in double column; full contemporary pockmarked calf, new maroon morocco spine label; upper joint cracked, else very good and sound. Later (1739 and 1927) ownership inscriptions on front pastedown. Includes sections on botanical etymology, ancient names of English rivers and towns, and obsolete Anglican words. While the Etymologicon of Skinner "appears at first to represent a radical departure from the beaten paths of English lexicography.there was a definite foreshadowing of the sort of work that Skinner published. It represents not something new under the sun of lexicography, but rather a convergence of significant influences. " (Starnes & Noyes, pp. 64-65). Holoyoke, Blount, Phillips and Minsheu had made earlier attempts at compiling English etymologies, but this work was issued at a time when Anglo-Saxon scholarship was being revived, and it had considerable influence over contemporary and later etymologists; its comprehensiveness exceeded that of the earlier lexicographers. Indeed, the work was a major source for Johnson who acknowledges in his Preface his endebtedness to Skinner. Wing S3947; Alston V, 353; Graesse VI, p. 420; Zaunmuller, col. 115. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB) [St. Paul, MN, U.S.A.]
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