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2014-02-09 15:55:06
Zwelfer, Johann.
Dordrecht, Caimax, 1672.. (21,5 x 16 cm). 16, 876 (36) S. Mit mitpaginiertem gestochenem Titel, 4 Textkupfern und 1 Holzschnitt. - Beigebunden: Derselbe. Appendix ad animadversiones in pharmacopoeiam augustanam... Ebendort. 1672. (8) 66 (2) S. - Beigebunden: Derselbe. Discursus apologeticus... adversus Hippocratem chymicum Ottonis Tachenii... Ebendort. 1672. (8) 239 S. Pergamentband der Zeit.. Seltene Ausgabe der von Zwelfer verfassten Schriften. - Zwelfer (1618-1668) "hat sich um die Pharmakologie dadurch erhebliche Verdienste erworben, dass er den Kampf gegen die Verwendung menschlicher Leichentheile, namentlich von Mumien, in der Pharmakopoe wieder aufgenommen hat" (Hirsch). - Zu I und II: Hier die beiden Hauptwerke Zwelfers, seine "Animadversiones..." und die von ihm verfasste "Pharmacopoeia regia". Mit seinen "Animadversiones..." verfasst er den ersten wirklichen und sich großer Beliebtheit erfreuenden Kommentar zu einer Pharmakopöe. Die Abbildungen in der "Pharmacopoeia regia" zeigen chemische Apparaturen sowie eine Schaumünze, die Kaiser Ferdinand II. aus dem vermeintlichen Gold prägen ließ, das der Alchemist Richthausen bei einer angeblich gelungenen Transmutation gewonnen hat. - Zu III: Der "Discursus..." ist eine Streitschrift gegen Otto Trachenius und dessen Schrift "Hippocrates chymicus". Trachenius gibt das von ihm gefundene "Vipernsalz" als Geheimmittel aus und verdient damit viel Geld. Dies bringt ihm die Anklage und Gegnerschaft des bedeutenden Hamburger Arztes H. Dietrich und von J. Zwelfer ein. - Gestochener Titel mit kleiner hinterlegter Fehlstelle. Recht … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-02-08 16:14:18
Sorbait, Paul de:
Nürnberg, Michael & Johann Fr. Endter, 1672.. Klein-Folio. 16 n.n. Bl., 796 S., 19 n.n. Bl. Index. Mit gestochenem Porträt und allegorisch gestochenem Titel. Lederband der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel und Rückenvergoldung.. Vgl. Waller 9088 und Krivatsy 11221. - Hirsch-H V, 344. - Lesky 621. - Erste Ausgabe. Unser Exemplar mit einem Anhang (Seite 783-796), der den uns zugänglichen Bibliographien unbekannt ist: "Inauguralis ab eodem domino Paulo de Sorabait & quarta promotio ...". Sorbait (1624?-1691) war einer der ersten Professoren an der Universtiät in Wien. "Betrieb die Medizin als Empiriker im Herumziehen" (Hirsch). Er organisierte die Spitäler Wiens neu und erlangte grosse Verdienste in Kampf gegen die Pest im Jahre 1679, in deren Verlaufe 75'000 Menschen in Wien starben. - Die ersten 100 Seiten mit durchgehendem Wasserrand, sonst nur vereinzelt stockfleckig. Einbandkanten stellenweise mit Mäusefrass, beschabt und bestossen.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Daniel Thierstein
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2014-02-04 17:05:43
CENSALII, Francifci
- Lvgdvni, Apud Ioannem Pavlhe, 1672,3 partes en 1 volumen en gran folio piel, 3 h.+676 pgs.+14 h. JURIDICO HISTORIA
Bookseller: Libreria A & M Jimenez
2014-02-02 16:58:22
Hughes, William
London: J. C. for William Crook, 1672. Hughes, William (d. 1683). The American physitian; Or, a treatise of the roots, plants, trees, shrubs, fruit, herbes &c. growing in the English plantations in America. 12mo. [22], 159, [7]pp. London: J. C. for William Crook, 1672. 140 x 80 mm. Sheep ca. 1672, hinges repaired preserving most of the spine, corners repaired; boxed. Minor browning and foxing, a few leaves with marginal chips (not affecting text), but very good. 17th century initials "H.M." on the title; early 19th century inscriptions on front pastedown. First Edition of the earliest work in English on the medicinal virtues of North American tropical plants. This is the first copy I have seen in fifty years of specializing in the history of medicine and science; it was very surprising to find a classic on early American medicine that was completely unknown to me after 50 years in the trade. Had I known of this work I would most certainly have included it in my 1991 revised and expanded fifth edition of "Garrison-Morton". It definitely deserves a citation there alongside John Josselyn's work, and since I put "Garrison-Morton" online I added it to the bibliography as No. 7007.An imperfect copy sold in the 1970s is the only copy sold at auction during the past fifty years. Hughes's work was published the same year as John Josselyn's New-Englands Rarities Discovered, which Garrison-Morton (no. 1826.1) calls "the first detailed account of the natural history and botany of North America." Based on first-hand observations made in the West Indies, Hughes's work "contributed gre … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman & Co., Inc. [US]
2013-12-27 18:05:35
JUAN DE LA CRUZ (San).
En Madrid, Por Bernardo de Villa-Diego, 1672 - -16 x 21,5 cm.- 29 hs. con portada grabada y otros dos grabados + 636 págs. + 56 hs. Enc. en pergamino de época. (BUEN EJEMPLAR.) [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Berceo (Libros Antiguos) [Spain]
2013-12-17 23:34:38
Denys, Nicolas:
Paris: Claude Barbin; Louis Billaine, 1672.. Two volumes in one. [32],267,[1]; 480[i.e.,486],[6]pp. Lacks the map and plates. 16mo. 19th-century red morocco, gilt, gilt inner dentelles, a.e.g., by Bauzonnet. Hinges lightly rubbed, minor wear to boards. Very minor scattered foxing. Last few leaves lightly tanned. Very good plus. A lovely copy of this very rare work, one of the first detailed descriptions of Acadia. "The author gives an account of the long and unsuccessful attempt to colonize the territory between Cape Canso and Cape Rosier, of which he had been appointed Governor by the French king. The second volume is devoted largely to the cod-fishery, the natural history of the country, and the manners and life of the Indians. ... The country over which M. Denys claimed to exercise jurisdiction under the King of France extended from Cape Canso, at the eastern extremity of Nova Scotia, to Cape Rosier at the mouth of the Penobscot Bay. This country the Governor explored and surveyed himself, and hence his book is among the best and most authentic materials we have relating to those Provinces" - Church. Two issues are noted, one published by Claude Barbin and one by Louis Billaine, though both texts are identical. This set has the Barbin imprint in the first volume and the Billaine imprint in the second. Volume two has the title HISTOIRE NATURELLE DES PEUPLES, DES ANIMAUX, DES ARBRES, & PLANTES DE L'AMERIQUE SEPTENTRIONALE, & DE SES DIVERS CLIMATS.... The map is a rarity in any circumstance, and the plates are nearly as scarce, and virtually never are present. Page four … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
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2013-12-11 13:51:36
Muratori, Ludovico Antonio. Ponzelli, Giuseppe, ed.
Napoli: A spese di G. Ponzelli,v. 2-3. Nella stamperia di G. Ponzelli, ed a spese del medesimo; v.4-21. Nella stamperia. 4to (28 x 20 cm). Full vellum, gilt embossed titles and borders; sewn-in silk bookmarks. First edition (Prima edizione). Illus. with 2 engraved portraits, 1 folding map, numerous title vignettes, head and tail pieces, and initials. Ludovico Antonio Muratori (1672-1750), Librarian and Keeper of the Archives of the duchy of Modena, had access to all the private muniments of the family of D?este as well as to the Vatican, Farnese, and other libraries, many of which are now lost. He is perhaps the most important and influential Italian intellectual of the Settecento, a source of inspiration to the philosophy of the Enlightenment, and a scholar whose broad learning defined and revived modern Italian culture. Of him Gibbon wrote "Through the darkness of the middle ages I explored my way [with] learned Muratori.? Scarce. ABPC shows no copies for auction in the last 30 years. RLIN and OCLC list 13 copies worldwide. Contents: Vol. I: Primi disegni della republica letteraria d'Italia ; Riflessioni sopra il buon gusto nelle scienze e nelle arti (pseudo Lamindo Pritanio); Della Pubblica Felicita. Vol. II: Introduzione alle Paci Private; De I pregi Dell? Eloquenza Popolare; Della Forza della Fantasia Umana; Delle Forze dell? intendimento Umano. Vol. III - Vol. IV: Della perfetta poesia italiana. Vol. V: Il cristianesimo felice nelle missioni de'Padri della Compagnia di Gesu nel Paraguai. Vol. VI-VII: Osservazioni per le controversie del dominio comacchio: sopra una l … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Collectors Treasury
2013-11-25 21:19:15
NOSTRADAMUS, Michel
London: by Thomas Ratcliffe, and Nathaniel Thompson, and are to be sold by John Martin [& 7 others], 1672. Physician to Henry II. Francis II. and Charles IX. Kings of France, And one of the best Astronomers that ever were. A Work full of Curiosity and Learning. Translated and Commented by Theophilus de Garencieres, Doctor in Physick Colleg. Lond. Folio (300 × 195 mm). Near-contemporary full calf, spine in compartments with a gilt-tooled red morocco title label, sides with blind ruled border and blind tooled cornerpieces, gilt-roll to board edges, marbled edges. Engraved frontispiece incorporating portraits of the author and translator, title printed in red and black, woodcut initials and head- and tailpieces. Bookplate, dated 1727, of Sir George Cooke of the Inner-Temple, London, Chief Prothonotary of the Court of Common Pleas, Westminster, one of a long line of prothonotaries of the same name, which include his great-grandson Sir George Cooke (1768–1837), major-general at the Battle of Waterloo. Also bookplate, dated 1977, of Homeric scholar and linguist Roberto Salinas Price (noted for his claim that the real Troy was not in Turkey but in Bosnia), of the Biblioteca Huicalco, Mexico. Very skilful rebacking, light rubbing to extremities, some internal spots and tanning but on the whole in very good condition. First edition in English. The prophecies of Nostradamus (1503–1566) were first published in part as Les Propheties in 1555; the complete collection of 942 verses was posthumously published in 1568. Theophilus Garencières (1610–c.1680) was a French physic … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-11-25 15:49:42
Guericke, Otto Von
1672 FIRST EDITION AND IMPORTANT ASSOCIATION COPY of 'one of the greatest books in the history of experimental physics' (Jenkins, Sparkmuseum). In this volume, Guericke "describes the invention of the air pump and the famous experiment with the Magdeburg hemispheres in which two teams of eight horses were employed in an attempt to pull apart two copper hemispheres from which the air had been withdrawn. [He] also describes the invention of the first electrical machine, which generated the first visible and audible electric charges" (Honeyman). Gifted (with inscription) from the German physicist Woldemar Voigt to the Dutch physicist Hendrik Lorentz, this copy is in near fine condition in every way save for its lack of an engraved portrait. (See provenance below).Experimenta nova describes and beautifully illustrates Guericke's personal and detailed report on his establishment of the physics of vacuums. Questioning Descartes's assertion that a vacuum could not exist, Guericke began in 1850 with the construction of "the first air pump, which he [then] used to create a vacuum in various containers. He showed that sound would not travel in a vacuum, and furthermore that a vacuum would not support combustion or animal life. In 1654 Guericke gave an impressive demonstration [the Magdeburg experiment] in front of the emperor Ferdinand III of the force of atmospheric pressure. Two identical copper hemispheres 12 feet (3.66 m) in diameter were joined together. When the air was pumped out, 16 horses could not pull them apart although when the air reentered the hemispheres they fell apa … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-11-13 11:02:07
Caballo, Pietro
Venetiis : Apud Bertanos, 1672. Folio extra (32 cm; 12.125"). [14], 362 [i.e. 374], [66], 269, [71], 48, [12] p. Caballo (d. 1616) was a Florentine judge and legal writer who saw his "Resolutionum criminalium" achieve great acceptance upon publication in 1606 and as attested to by the several later editions in the 17th century. This dense work on criminal law begins with a title-page in red and black with type in a great variety of point sizes of roman and italic. The text is printed in double-column format and each "century" begins with a large woodcut headpiece and ends with a small woodcut tailpiece. This edition, "Hac quarta editione pluribus mendis expurgatae," has several very good indices of "arguments," words, and "things. Later limp, but rather stiff, vellum. Inkstains on bottom edge of closed volume; some captions a little shaved, half-title a little tattered. Remarkably solid and => clean.
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2013-11-08 17:45:00
Suetonius, Tranquillus Caius; Graevii [editor] and Causoboni et al [notes]
Printed by Gisberti a Zyll (book seller), Utrecht, 1672. , [xxvi], 826, [2], 112, [126] including title page, woodcut title page, 87 woodcut illustrations of coins, 126 page index at the rear, First Edition , front spine hinge split, cover rubbed and stained, pages internally clean, front pastedown torn, book in good condition , full calf, rasied bands, gilt title and decoration on spine Quarto Hardback ISBN: [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Keoghs Books [Stroud, United Kingdom]
2013-11-03 01:49:33
GUAZZINI, Sebastiano
Macerata: Maceratae, ex Typographia Iosephi Piccini, 1672. Folio; 6 hs, 212 pp., 22 hs. Impresión a doble columna. Encuadernación de época en piel, fatigada, con pérdidas en los planos y en toda la lomera.
Bookseller: Hesperia Libros
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2013-10-18 16:45:09
PHILIPOT (Thomas)
London Printed by E. Tyler and R. Holt and ar to be sold Tho. Passinger, 1672. FIRST AND ONLY EDITION. Small 8vo, 164 x 104 mms., pp. [viii], 143 [144 blank], later (probably 20th century) full calf, paper label on spine, new end-papers; small pink stain on title-page but a very good copy. Thomas Philipot (d. 1782) was the elder son of John Philipot (c. 1589 - 1645), the Somerset Herald. Thomas inherited part of the large collection of heraldic material that his father had accumulated at his death, and it is possible, even likely, that this is partly if not entirely the work of his father. Thomas published under his own name in 1659 his father's treatise, Villare Cantianum, or, Kent Surveyed and Illustrated. A reviewer in volume 62 of The Gentleman's Magazine (1792) said of the work that "It seems one of those foolish books which attempts to discover the Art of Heraldry in all the symbols and hieorglyphicks of the antient nations"; later, Lowdnes described it as a "pedantic little work." [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: John Price Antiquarian Books, ABA, ILAB [LONDON, United Kingdom]
2013-10-14 15:33:55
RIVIERE, LAZARE, ( Lazarius Riverius ). NICHOLAS CULPEPER, ABDIAH COLE AND WILLIAM ROWLAND.:
London, printed by John Streater, and are to be sold by George Sawbridge, 1672.. Wherein is plainly set forth, the Nature, Cause, Differences, and several sorts of signs; together with the cure of all diseases in the body. By Nicholas Culpeper, Physitian and Astrologer. Abdiah Cole, Doctor of Physick. And William Rowland, Physitian. Being chiefly a translation of The Works of that learned and renowned doctor, Lazarus Riverius, sometimes councillor and physitian to the King of France. To which are added Four Books containing five hundred and thirteen observations of famous cures. By the same author. And a Fifth Book of select medicinal counsels, by John Fernelius. 1672, folio, 305 x 190 mm, 12 x 7½ inches, engraved frontispiece with 4 portraits, a few woodcut head- and tailpieces, separate title page to the second part with the same imprint and date and separate pagination and register, pages: (12), 184, 245-436, 489-594, 611-645, (13), 120, 221-463, (33) - Physical Dictionary and index of diseases, the jumps in pagination are present in all copies, (see: ESTC 214736, our copy collates the same as the ESTC copy), in addition 4 leaves (pages 153 to 160) are bound in the wrong order, collated and guaranteed complete, bound in full contemporary calf, blind tooled rules and decoration to covers, rebacked with gilt and blind rules, raised bands, gilt lettered morocco label, new endpapers. Small repairs to corners, covers slightly stained and slightly scuffed, small bookplate on front pastedown, small light stain to inner margins at the top from prelims to page 9, occasional small … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-10-11 23:24:47
Keye, Otto
An important work for Dutch colonization of New York and Guyana. 1672. Leipzig. Rikschischen Buchladen. In 4to (197 mm x 155 mm). 10 ff. + 144 + 4 ff. Fine modern quarter morocco over marbled boards, spine lettered in gilt. Marginal repairs to one preliminary leaf affecting a few letters of text browned as always, else a very good copy of ample margins. Scarce first German edition; published after the first in Dutch of 1659. Keye?s work is important for the history for Dutch colonization in the New World, comparing the advantages for establishing in New York and Guyana. ?The author having an interest in the Colony of Guiana, to which he was attached as an officer, here attempts to show how much Guiana is superior to New Netherland for the purposes of colonisation, and so, to prove that false thesis, he generalises his theme and speaks of the advantages that warm countries have over cold ones? (Asher). Keye visited Guiana, of which he provides an excellent description, and which he was convinced was a better choice as a colony than New Netherland. However the point might be made that since he was an officer of the colony and stood to profit by its advancement, he was not impartial. Most of his information relating to New Netherland is negative and bent on demonstrating the inferiority of its situation compared with the warmer climate of the Caribbean. Keye's work was influential both in aiding Guiana and diverting attention from New Netherland. By the time this edition was issued, New Netherland was already lost to the British, making his comparison unnecessary; however, Key … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-10-09 21:17:24
Grew, Nehemiah
London: Printed for Spencer Hickman, Printer to the R. Society, at the Rose in S. Pauls Church-Yard, 1672. pp. [xxxiv], 198, [ii blanks], [xx - The Explication of the Figures]; 3 folding engraved plates. Contents: "At a Meeting of the Council of the R. Society" dated Thursday, November 9 1671; title page; To the ...President & Fellows of the Royal Society; To the Right Reverend John (Epistle Dedicatory); The Preface; The Contents; The Anatomoy of Vegetables; Plates and Explication of the Figures. contemporary full brown sheep binding, rebacked to style, red title label (not to style), binding good with a little general wear and rubbing. Contents good and tight, the first leaf has been repaired to the edges using Japanese tissue, just touching a couple of letters, fore-edges unevenly trimmed leaving narrow margins, with a few words a little cropped to the Epistle Dedicatory and contents; title page sligthly tanned to edges and trimmed close to border, light general reading wear and paper slightly toned; all plates very good. A good/very good copy. [Wing G1946; Henrey 163; Krivatsy 4987] Grew's first book, and the first work in plant anatomy and morphology, containing accurate observations on the structure of wood, bark and roots. "His most important contribution to botany was his belief that the flower contains the sexual organ of a plant. He distinguished the calyx, stamens and pistils, and that the anthers scatter pollen" (Dibner). . First Edition. Hardback. Good/No dust jacket. 16mo (8 x 16cm).
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2013-10-09 21:17:24
Grew, Nehemiah
London: Spencer Hickman, 1672. Grew, Nehemiah (1641-1712). The anatomy of vegetables begun, with a general account of vegetation founded thereon. 8vo. [32], 186, [22]pp. 3 folding engraved plates. London: Spencer Hickman, 1672. 163 x 96 mm. Contemporary sheep, red leather spine label, rebacked, corner repaired. Small area of edgewear on back cover, light toning, but a very good and unusually tall copy. Bookplates of the High Legh Library, Edward Neville da Costa Andrade (1887-1971) and Haskell F. Norman. First Edition. Along with Malpighi, Grew is considered the founder of plant anatomy; his pioneering investigations into how organs and tissues are formed during plant growth marked the beginning of efforts to link plant structure and development. As a physician, Grew was originally interested in the structures of animal life, but turned to plant anatomy because, unlike animal anatomy, it had not yet been investigated. Anatomy of Vegetables, his first book, contained accurate observations of the structures of wood, bark and roots, and introduced the term "parenchyma." Grew also described fruits, seeds and flowers, distinguishing in the last the calyx, stamen and pistils, and he was the first to observe that plants had two sexes. The title-page gives 1672 as the date of publication, but the printing was completed by 7 December 1671, when four copies were delivered to the Royal Society for presentation. This copy was once owned by British physicist E. N. da C. Andrade, Quain Professor of Physics at University College, London, who collaborated with Ernest Rutherford on exper … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-10-06 13:24:25
Augustinus, Antonius [or AgustÃn, Antonio] revised by Baluzius, Stephanus.
Parisiis : excudebat Franciscus Muguetus ., 1672 - pp: [56],660; title-page woodcut device; a few head and tail pieces and ornate initial letters; 12mo (116mm X 177mm). Probable contemporary binding, though full leather binding has fallen away, leaving boards fully exposed. Leather from front board still present, but exists as a separate piece and is yapped with corner and border tooled decorations. Text-block has red-speckled edges. Boards however, are sturdy and securely held by their chords, and text block is also sturdy too. Leaves are clean and crisp leaves - a few turned corners - and while the text-block has been trimmed, the lower and fore-edges still have generous margins, and upper edge has been trimmed to approx. 10mm. Scarce.
Bookseller: Lost World Books
2013-10-04 20:30:35
PUFENDORF, SAMUEL von. - THE STATE OF NATURE IS PEACE.
Londini Scanorum (Lund), Adami Junghaus - Vitus Haberegger, 1672. 4to. Contemp. full vellum, contemp. faint handwritten title on spine. A few small spots to covers, otherwise fine. Titlepage in red/black. (20),1227,(9) pp. Internally clean and fine.. Scarce first edition, in a fine copy, of Pufendorf'sa main work, being a system of universal law in which he profoundly revised the natural law theories of Hobbes and Grotius. In his teaching, that the will of the state is but the sum of the individual wills that constitute it, he shows himself a precursor of Rousseau and of the "Contrat Social"."In the 'De jure naturae et gentium' Pufendorf took up in great measure the theories of Grotius and sought to complete them by means of the doctrines of Hobbes and of his own ideas. His first important point was that natural law does not extend beyond the limits of this life and that it confines itself to regulating external acts. He disputed Hobbes's conception of the state of nature and concluded that the state of nature is not one of war but of peace. But this peace is feeble and insecure, and if something else does not come to its aid it can do very little for the preservation of mankind.As regards public law Pufendorf, while recognizing in the state (civitas) a moral person (persona moralis), teaches that the will of the state is but the sum of the individual wills that constitute it, and that this association explains the state. In this a priori conception, in which he scarcely gives proof of historical insight, he shows himself as one of the precursors of Rousseau and of the Cont … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn A/S
2013-09-24 10:49:31
Grew, Nehemiah
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
2013-09-24 10:49:31
Grew, Nehemiah
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
2013-09-24 10:49:31
Grew, Nehemiah
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
2013-09-24 10:49:31
Grew, Nehemiah
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
2013-09-24 10:49:31
Grew, Nehemiah
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
2013-09-24 10:49:31
Grew, Nehemiah
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
2013-09-24 10:49:31
Grew, Nehemiah
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
2013-09-24 10:49:31
Grew, Nehemiah
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
2013-09-24 10:49:31
Grew, Nehemiah
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
2013-09-24 10:49:31
Grew, Nehemiah
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
2013-09-24 10:49:31
Grew, Nehemiah
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
2013-09-24 10:49:31
Grew, Nehemiah
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
2013-09-24 10:49:31
Grew, Nehemiah
Spencer Hickman, London. Grew, Nehemiah (1641-1712). The anatomy of vegetables begun, with a general account of vegetation founded thereon. 8vo. [32], 186, [22]pp. 3 folding engraved plates. London: Spencer Hickman, 1672. 163 x 96 mm. Contemporary sheep, red leather spine label, rebacked, corner repaired. Small area of edgewear on back cover, light toning, but a very good and unusually tall copy. Bookplates of the High Legh Library, Edward Neville da Costa Andrade (1887-1971) and Haskell F. Norman. First Edition. Along with Malpighi, Grew is considered the founder of plant anatomy; his pioneering investigations into how organs and tissues are formed during plant growth marked the beginning of efforts to link plant structure and development. As a physician, Grew was originally interested in the structures of animal life, but turned to plant anatomy because, unlike animal anatomy, it had not yet been investigated. Anatomy of Vegetables, his first book, contained accurate observations of the structures of wood, bark and roots, and introduced the term "parenchyma." Grew also described fruits, seeds and flowers, distinguishing in the last the calyx, stamen and pistils, and he was the first to observe that plants had two sexes. The title-page gives 1672 as the date of publication, but the printing was completed by 7 December 1671, when four copies were delivered to the Royal Society for presentation. This copy was once owned by British physicist E. N. da C. Andrade, Quain Professor of Physics at University College, London, who collaborated with Ernest Rutherford on experiments to … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
2013-09-24 10:49:31
Grew, Nehemiah
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
2013-09-24 10:49:31
Grew, Nehemiah
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
2013-09-24 10:49:31
Grew, Nehemiah
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
2013-09-24 10:49:31
Grew, Nehemiah
Spencer Hickman, London. Grew, Nehemiah (1641-1712). The anatomy of vegetables begun, with a general account of vegetation founded thereon. 8vo. [32], 186, [22]pp. 3 folding engraved plates. London: Spencer Hickman, 1672. 163 x 96 mm. Contemporary sheep, red leather spine label, rebacked, corner repaired. Small area of edgewear on back cover, light toning, but a very good and unusually tall copy. Bookplates of the High Legh Library, Edward Neville da Costa Andrade (1887-1971) and Haskell F. Norman. First Edition. Along with Malpighi, Grew is considered the founder of plant anatomy; his pioneering investigations into how organs and tissues are formed during plant growth marked the beginning of efforts to link plant structure and development. As a physician, Grew was originally interested in the structures of animal life, but turned to plant anatomy because, unlike animal anatomy, it had not yet been investigated. Anatomy of Vegetables, his first book, contained accurate observations of the structures of wood, bark and roots, and introduced the term "parenchyma." Grew also described fruits, seeds and flowers, distinguishing in the last the calyx, stamen and pistils, and he was the first to observe that plants had two sexes. The title-page gives 1672 as the date of publication, but the printing was completed by 7 December 1671, when four copies were delivered to the Royal Society for presentation. This copy was once owned by British physicist E. N. da C. Andrade, Quain Professor of Physics at University College, London, who collaborated with Ernest Rutherford on experiments to … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
2013-09-24 10:49:31
Grew, Nehemiah
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
2013-09-24 10:49:31
Grew, Nehemiah
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
2013-09-24 10:49:31
Grew, Nehemiah
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
2013-09-24 10:49:31
Grew, Nehemiah
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
2013-09-24 10:49:31
Grew, Nehemiah
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
2013-09-24 10:49:31
Grew, Nehemiah
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
2013-09-24 10:49:31
Grew, Nehemiah
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
2013-09-24 10:49:31
Grew, Nehemiah
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
2013-08-26 22:56:46
Sherley, Thomas
Printed for W. Cademan, 1672. 12mo. Later 3/4 leather binding with marbled boards. Good binding and cover. New end pages. [16], 143 p. Title leaf has a small marginal chip that has been restored. Toning. Scattered marks. Waller I 8901; Wing S3523; Wellcome V p.102. Good. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Sequitur Books [Boonsboro, MD, U.S.A.]
2013-08-15 19:29:07
Reider, Jacob Ernst von (1784-1853), Carl Wilhelm Hahn (1786-1835)
Oktav. Zeitgenössischer Pappband mit Titelrückenschild. X S., mit 47 kolorierten Kupferttafeln, jeweils mit den unpaginierten Erläuterungsblättern. Die Tafeln im Papierformat etwas größer als der Text (wie erschienen). Zwei Tafeln mit etwas Randverlust, verursacht durch den Beschnitt des Binders (Abbildung nicht betroffen). Im oberen Rand etwas gebräunt. Insgesamt jedoch gutes Exemplar. Erste Ausgabe, selten. - BMC (Natural History), p. 1672. Dean II, p. 329. Nissen, ZBI 3356. Wood, p. 533. - "A valuable contribution to the faunal literature of Bavaria" (Wood). - Die vollständige Fisch-Abteilung des gesuchten Werkes, das in insgesamt 27 Lieferungen mit 351 Tafeln, verteilt auf 6 Sektionen (Säugetiere, Vögel [von Hahn], Insekten, Amphibien, Gewürme, Fische), herausgegeben wurde und sowohl in Einzelbänden als auch komplett kaum aufzufinden ist. - Die Tafeln zeigen mehr als 50 Süßwasserfische. Diese Abteilung entspricht nach Nissen den Lieferungen 5, 9 und 21, unser Exemplar verzeichnet auf den Tafeln jedoch die Lieferungen 5, 19 und 28. Vermutlich liegt hier lediglich ein Irrtum seitens des Bibliographen vor, da weitere Auflagen (mit Ausnahme der unter anderem Titel auch separat erschienenen Abteilung zu den Vögel) nicht bekannt sind.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Stefan Wulf
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2013-07-28 17:21:16
Morison, Robert [Roberto Morison]
Oxford: E Theatro Sheldoniano. 1672. Folio. H Full Vellum. Good. (vii), 91, (15 [8 engraved tables plus text]), (4), (plus 12 engraved plates) pp. Contemporary full vellum. Damage to spine ends at head & tail. Damage to upper corner of rear board, lacking 2" piece. Remains of paper label to front board. Vellum marked. Some light staining and foxing to leaves. Binding tight. Eight engraved tables and 12 engraved plates. Latin text. Robert Morison (1620-1693), the Scottish botanist and taxonomist, developed the first systematic classification of plants and was the first to write a monograph on a specific group of plants. 103a
Bookseller: Stephen Foster Books
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