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2013-06-10 18:48:20
HESSEL van EST Willem (ESTIUS Guilielmus - ESTIO Guglielmo)
Parisiis, Sumptibus Edmundi Couterot, Caroli Angot, Michaelis Le Petit, Jacobi Piget via Jacobaea Cum Approbatione Doctorum, & Privilegio Regis 1672 Buono. Gore d'acqua e tracce d'uso alla rilegatura 2 volumi Guglielmo (nederl. Willem Hessel van Est, latinizz. Guilielmus Estius) è un esegeta e teologo cattolico (Gorkum, Olanda, 1542 - Douai 1613). Discepolo a Lovanio di M. Baio, fu poi prof. di teologia e di Sacra Scrittura e dal 1595 cancelliere [...] 4 libri in due volumi stampati su due colonne, in latino. Fioriture, bruniture e gore d'acqua. Ogni frontespizio riporta la marca incisa, i capilettere e i finalini sono incisi. Nel Primo vol.: 1c [...]
Bookseller: Libreria Editrice Belriguardo
2013-06-06 08:20:48
ELSZHOLZ, J.S.
Cölln an der Spree, Georg Schultze, 1672. 4to (224 x 164 mm). pp. (16), 376, (34), with engraved frontispiece, 8 engraved plates and 5 woodcuts in the text. Contemporary vellum, lettering on spine. Second edition (first 1666) of the first comprehensive German horticultural manual. Johann Sigismund Elszholz (1623-88) was an eminent Prussian botanist, physician to the Elector Friedrich Wilhelm of Brandenburg at Berlin. The beautifully engraved frontispiece shows a bird's-eye view of the Elector's palace and garden, the other plates show horticultural implements, protective glass frames, methods of propagating plants (walnut seedlings and a layered vine), a 'sensitive plant' (Herba sensibilis) raised in the Berlin garden in 1672, 5 examples of containers for flower arrangements are shown, perforated with holes for stalks, one with the initials of F and W (for Friederich Wilhelm), finally a detailed view of the Elector's terraced vineyard. There are large sections on trees, grafting, foreign trees, fruit trees, illnesses of trees etc. A very well preserved copy of a rare book, with the engraved bookplate of C.W.G.V.N. Pritzel 2632; Hennero & Hoffmann, Geschichte der deutschen Gartenkunst II, no. 134.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk B.V.
2013-05-25 12:59:55
HADORPH, Johan (utg).
Boo Jonsson, fordom Sweriges rijkes drotset, som uthi konung Albrechts tijd lefde. Visingsborg, Johann Kankel, 1672. 4:o. )( 4,+ A 4-3D4, 3E3. Saknar det sista blanka bladet 3E4. Enstaka småfläckar, lagad reva blad Dd2. Brea fina marginaler. Något nött hfrbd från mitten av 1700-talet, ryggen med upphöjda bind och med svart titeletikett. Ur Ericsbergs bibliotek, med Carl Jedvard Bondes exlibris klistrat ovanpå ett äldre. Äldre bläcknoteringar med kommentarer i Boo Jonssons testamente. Collijn sp. 9. Schück III, s. 228ff. Almqvist s. 132 & s. 45ff. Komplett i första sättningen med tillägget "Herr Bo Jonssons drotz i Swerige testamente. Detta böts 1673 ut mot ett nytt tilägg som även innehöll "Trenne konung Albrechts forskriffningar." Hadorph uppfattade dikten som en furstespegel och antog att det var därför Bo Jonsson låtit översätta den och då troligen som ett polemiskt inlägg gentemot Kung Albrekt. Han såg det således som ett svenskt historiskt-politiskt dokument och därav bihanget, som innehåller andra dokument rörande Bo Jonsson och Kung Albrekt. Förlagan till den medeltida översättningen, som endast är känd i en handskrift, är presbytern Leos "Alexandri Magni regis macedonie de preliis", som i sin tur går tillbaka på en okänd alexandrinsk författare, Pseudo-Kallisthenes. Det svenska manuskriptet hittades av Messenius, och återfanns bland hans saker, när de konfiskerades och fördes till riksarkivet vid hans fängslande. Boken trycktes i 550 exemplar, varav 50 på skrivpapper
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet
2013-05-09 17:01:54
RIVERIUS Lazarus (RIVIERE Lazare de, RIVERII CL. V. Lazari)
Antonii Cellier Patris & Filii 1672 in folio (cm 36x22,5), pp. 12 nn., 186, 10 nn. di indici; 8 nn., 348, 28 nn. di indici; 4 nn., 143, 6 nn. di indici; p/pelle coeva restaurata al ds. e agli angoli, ds. a nervi, tagli spruzz., grande ritratto dell'A. inciso all'antip.; 1° front. in rosso e nero con grande vignetta barocca con le cifre del tipografo, altri 2 front. in nero con vignette floreali; grandi testatine, capil. e finalini. L'A., abile medico, nacque a Montpellier nel 1589, e quivi ottenne nel 1622 la cattedra in medicina che tenne per 33 anni. Autore di numerosi scritti, è stato molto stimato da Haller che ne ha analizzato l'opera nella sua 'Biblioteca di medicina pratica'. La prima ediz. della presente opera fu edita a Lione nel 1663. Antichi restauri, che riguardano gli angoli sup. delle pp. da 119 delle Observationum fino alla fine del vol. (circa una trentina di pp.), con lieve perdita di testo; lievi fior.; antiche firme all'antip. 094/24
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria La Fenice
2013-05-01 08:24:38
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: Kaaterskill Books, ABAA/ILAB
2013-04-20 10:36:01
Tulp, Nicolaus
8°. 6 n.n. Bl., 392 S. Mit gestochenem Frontispiz, gestochenem Porträt und 20 (19 ganzseitigen) Textkupfern. Pergamentband der Zeit. Hirsch-H. V, 657. - Osler 4126. - Waller 9717. - Garrison-M. 3737 (für die 2. Ausgabe von 1652). - Um die "Monita medica", einer Aphorismensammlung, auf Seite 383-392 erweiterte, dritte Ausgabe. Nicolaus Tulp (1593-1674) war nicht nur einer der angesehensten Anatomen in Holland, sondern auch Bürgermeister von Amsterdam, befreundet mit Rembrandt, der ihn porträtierte. Sein, gemessen an der Zeit, schmales Werk enthält wesentliche Beiträge u.a. über Beri-Beri, zur Chirurgie, zur Pathologie und ist hervorragend illustriert u.a. mit einem Schimpansen, der irrtümlicherweise als Orang-Outang beschrieben ist. - Exlibris auf Innendeckel. Kleiner Besitzerstempel auf dem Vorsatz. Nur leicht gebräuntes, wohlerhaltenes Exemplar.
Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein Buchantiquariat
2013-04-20 10:36:01
Barbette, Paul:
Leiden, Joh. Gelder, 1672. 12°. 12 n.n. Bl., 216 S., 221 S., 17 n.n. S. Index. Mit gestochenem Frontispiz, Holzschnittdruckermarke auf dem Titel und einer gestochenen Tafel von Romeyn de Hooghe. Pergamentband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel. Hirsch-H. I, 324. - Waller 666. - Wellcome II, 98. - Erste Ausgabe. Eines der am häufigsten aufgelegten Werke seiner Zeit. Beschreibt viele kleine Operationen und Rezepturen, darunter auch die Von Romeyn de Hooghe meisterhafte Darstellung der Aszitespunktion mit dem Blick in den Chirurgiesaal als Frontispiz. Seite 165ff beschreibt Barbetts Beobachtungen über die Pest nach der grossen Epidemie von 1655. - Mit gestochenem Exlibris "Ducret". - Vorsätze etwas stockfleckig. Wenige alte Unterstreichungen. Sprache: n.
Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein [Bern, Switzerland]
2013-03-31 22:09:03
Beverwyck, Jan Van
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
2013-02-18 05:35:36
RHYNE, Willem ten
Leiden, apud Johannem Schuylenburgh 1672.. 12mo, [24], 387,[29] p., with the blank leaves S5-6, engraved title and a folding plate by the author, contemporary vellum, a fine copy. Hoffmann II, 309. Willem ten Rhyne (1647-1700), a Dutchman, qualified as M.D. at Angers in 1670, published this book, took a post as physician to the Dutch East India Company, and spent most of the rest of his life in Java. While in Japan he met with acupuncture, the first man with a Western medical training to do so. He wrote the first study of it to be printed, and published other pioneering works, on tea, Hottentots and similar subjects. His books are all scarce, this one particularly so: COPAC records BL copy and 3 in Scotland; OCLC 3 in Holland, none in U.S.A. He had of course written it before he went to the East, but it seems likely that this very detailed study of On Ancient Medicine, one of the oldest and most interesting parts of the Hippocratic corpus, with its theories of the balance of humours in the body, seemed relevant in his confrontation with Japanese medicine: the relation between the two appears to be virgin academic territory. Our collation agrees with that of Leiden Univ., except that we have the blank leaves they guess at; the pagination given by Vrije Univ. Amsterdam appears to include these blank pages. 21vf
Bookseller: Sevin Seydi Rare Books
2013-01-28 17:13:51
Ursatus (orsato) Sertorio.
Cm. 33, pp. (16) 532. Frontespizio in rosso e nero con grande vignetta xilografica centrale, capolettera e grandi fregi nel testo. Solida e bella legatura coeva in piena pergamena rigida con fregi a secco, dorso a nervi con titoli manoscritti. Un timbretto scolastico francese ed un'antica nota di possesso manoscritta al frontespizio. Esemplare fresco, marginoso ed in ottimo stato di conservazione. Sontuosa edizione di quest'importante dizionario dedicato soprattutto alle abbreviazioni, la cui compilazione si è basata principalmente su testi del '500 e '600. Il capitolo finale riguarda le iscrizioni sulle lapidi.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2013-01-16 15:09:35
SELDEN, John.
London: Printed by E. Tyler, and R. Holt for John Leigh 1672.. Third edition, folio, (xxxiv), 756 pp, with some mispagination. Portrait frontispiece plus wood engravings in the text, a few leaves marked, later manuscript to front blank listing the illustrations. Contemporary calf with a blind stamped panel, edges worn and darkened, rebacked with new endpapers. One of the leading jurists of the 17th century, advisor to several monarchs and author of many books. Best know for his "Table Talk", this learned work "has remained to this day the most comprehensive and trustworthy work of its kind that we possess" (Encyc Brit.). Wing S2440. First published 1614 with a second edition in 1631. The third is "considered the best edition" (Lowndes).
Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop, ABA, ILAB
2013-01-13 16:07:56
Giuglaris, Luigi [1607 - 1653]
In Venetia:: Presso Paolo Baglioni.. 1672.. 4to: a^4 A - N^8 O^4. 8-1/2" x 6-1/8". 2nd Venetia Edition, 1st published in 1668. Not in the BL Catalogue of 17th C Italian Books. [8], 216 pp.. Period full vellum binding, with title hand-inked to spine crown.. Vellum soiled. Bookplate ["Coll - Stonyhurst. / 1810."]. Short. horizontal split to ffep chain line segment. Period po signature to. t.p. Lacks rfep. Withal, still a solid VG copy.. OCLC records 2 copies of this edition; the Italian Union Catalogue adds 4 additional. . Title page printer's device. Head- tailpieces. Decorative initial capital letters.
Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA
2013-01-13 16:07:56
Uppsala, H. Curio, 1672. Folio. (8),194,(6) s. & 2 träsnittsplr. Med några träsnittsillustrationer i texten. Samtida stänkdekorerat skinnbd med upphöjda bind, oxiderad ryggdekor och stänkta snitt. Smala oxiderade pärmbårder. Ryggen blekt och flammig. Falsarna spruckna allra överst och med smärre maskangrepp nederst. Pärmhörnen stukade. Insidan av pärmarna samt för- och eftersättsbladen och även några kringliggande blad missfärgade i marginalerna på grund av skinnet. Ställvis ngt solkig i marginalerna. En solkfläck i yttermarginalen på s. 61-66 och på planscherna. Sidorna 59-62 helt loss och en fläck i inre marginalen och även en bit in i texten på s. 165-66. Fuktfläck i inre marginalen från s. 193 till slutet. Raderad namnteckning på pärmens insida. Med Ulric Celsings namnteckning. Bra ex. från Biby.. Collijn Sveriges bibliografi 1600-talet 384. Warmholtz Bibliotheca historica Sueo-Gothica 2555. Fiske Icelandic collection s. 240. Variant med två enkelsidiga planscher istället för en dubbelsidig. I denna den första svenska upplagan av "Hervarar saga" är den isländska originaltexten parallelltryckt med den svenska översättningen och varje kapitel avslutas med Verelius noter på latin. Enligt Warmholtz förtjänar de sistnämnda att läsas: "de vitna om denna mannens ogemena lärdom och stora insikt uti våra äldsta handlingar." Lindroth kallar arbetet "Verelius' förnämsta verk som isländsk textutgivare". "Hervarar saga" rör till sitt innehåll bl.a. folkvandringstidens strider mellan ostrogoter och hunner samt anknyter till svenska förhållanden. Språkligt fick Verelius utgåvor av isl … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Mats Rehnström
2013-01-13 16:07:56
HOLYK, GEORGIO.
Uppsala, H. Curio, 1672. Liten 8:o. (8) s.,A8-D8,E4. Tagen ur band och insatt i ett pappomslag från slutet av 1800-talet med en handskriven titeletikett på främre omslaget. Främre omslaget har varit loss och är återfäst. Inlagan genomgående nära skuren och med en del understrykningar i bläck. Från Ericsberg. Collijn Sveriges bibliografi 1600-talet 394-95. Med en tryckt dedikation till Magnus Gabriel De la Gardie och en efterskrift av Johannes Schefferus samt en hyllningsvers av Johannes Columbus. Utkom 1673 på tyska med titeln "Blutige Thränen des höchst bedrängten und geängsten Böhmer-landes." Författaren (död ca 1685) var böhmare och mot slutet av sitt liv lärare i polska i Riga.
Bookseller: Mats Rehnström [SE]
2013-01-06 13:21:07
[ROZE DE CHANTOISEAU]
Engraved allegorical frontis. [414] pp. 8vo, cont. red morocco with the arms of Nicolas Joseph Terrier, Marquis de Mailleroncourt of the Franche-Comté (Olivier 1672, variant of fers 1 & 2), triple gilt fillet round sides, flat spine gilt, spine finely gilt, contrasting leather lettering piece on spine, a.e.g. Paris: la Veuve Duchesne, 1769. First edition, in a superb armorial binding, of this scarce commercial almanac; it is an invaluable document giving the names, addresses, and specialties of many dozens of professions in and outside of Paris plus much other detailed information regarding daily life in the city and in the country. The copy contains the supplement of 168 unnumbered pages with further details. We offer just a few of the professions for which the author gives detailed information: architects, armorers, firework makers, gold-beaters, lumber dealers, hosiers, butchers, cork dealers, harness-makers, brewers, embroiderers, brush-makers, belt-makers, candle-makers, pork butchers, carpenters, coppersmiths, nail-makers, rope-makers, cutlery-makers, dancing masters, gilders, drapers, public scriveners, enamelers, sculptors, grocers, fan-makers, clock- and watch-makers, cart- and wagon-makers, midwives, makers of inlaid furniture, printers, booksellers, bookbinders, hoteliers, musical instrument makers, opticians, engravers, dyers, wine merchants, vinegar dealers, etc., etc. The depth of information is wonderful: one learns how much it cost to stay in a wide variety of hotels per month, the surcharge for meals included (with a further surcharge for room service), etc … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-01-05 10:08:23
(HENRY VIII). HERBERT of Cherbury, Edward, Lord
London: Printed by Andr. Clark, for J. Martyn, S. Mearne, and H. Herringman 1672. . Second edition, folio, (vi), 639, (1, 15 Index, 1) pp. Portrait frontispiece of Henry VIII, front blank with a slightly later full page manuscript account of Herbert’s life and works. Coleridge family copy with the inscription of Sir John T. Coleridge, nephew of the poet, to another blank and bookplate of Bernard, Lord Coleridge to the fly leaf, 18th century armorial bookplate of John Lewis Petit to paste down. Contemporary calf, rebacked in a slightly lighter calf with a maroon label. An excellent copy. Wing H1505B. First published in 1649.
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2013-01-04 20:43:27
Saar, Johann Jacob
Nuremburg: Johann Daniel Tauber, 1672. Enlarged edition. Hardcover. Later quarter vellum and boards. Very good.. 30.5 x 21 cm. [*3,12, 22, a-d6, B-P6,Q4]. Full page engraving of ship at sea by Boner, frontispiece portrait of Saar, title page in black and red, one leaf with two engravings, 12 engravings in the text, floriated chapter head designs. First published 1662, this an enlarged edition. Saar was employed as a mercenary for the East India Company, spending 15 years in South East Asia, including Indonesia and Ceylon. He died at age 38 in the battle of Mogersdorf. Most of Saar's descriptions relate to Ceylon. The publisher also added other contemporary accounts to help authenticate Saar's accounts. Scattered text toning, ex-library stamp effaced from head of title page, title page slightly chipped fore-edge and foot, dampstain lower corners M-M4.
Bookseller: Royoung bookseller, Inc. [U.S.A.]
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2013-01-04 20:28:12
VARENIUS, BERNHARD Edited by ISAAC NEWTON.:
Cambridge, 1672.. Lucasiano apud Cantabrigienses. FIRST EDITION EDITED BY NEWTON, NEWTON'S FIRST PRINTED WORK, Latin text, Cambridge, ex officina Joann. Hayes, sumptibus Henrici Dickinson, 1672. 8vo, 180 x 110 mm, 7 x 4½ inches, title page printed red and black with Cambridge University device and motto, 5 folding plates of diagrams, pages (32), 511, (1) - plate list, bound in full antique calf, blind tooled decoration to covers, rebacked to style in modern calf, raised bands, gilt lettered morocco label. Covers and corners slightly worn, small dark mark to upper cover next to tail of spine, small old inscription on front endpaper, title page trimmed at top and bottom (no loss of text), laid down on rather thick paper and badly stained (due to old glue) mainly to the edges, occasional light age-browning to text, small ink mark on 1 page with loss of about 6 letters, some upper margins trimmed, no loss to running title, small ink smudge to 1 upper margin, occasional light brown spot, tiny hole in 1 text page (paper flaw) with loss of 5 letters. Binding tight and firm. A very good copy of the very scarce first edition edited by Newton. This book is sometimes described as Newton's first work as his name appears on the title page, but he was in fact the editor who expanded and revised the text for his Cambridge students. The work was on physical geography by a German physician and was first published in Amsterdam in 1650. Varenius was considered to be the founder of modern geographical science. This was the first time Newton's name appeared on the title page of any … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-12-24 17:18:07
(HENRY VIII). HERBERT of Cherbury, Edward, Lord.
London: Printed by Andr. Clark, for J. Martyn, S. Mearne, and H. Herringman 1672.. Second edition, folio, (vi), 639, (1, 15 Index, 1) pp. Portrait frontispiece of Henry VIII, front blank with a slightly later full page manuscript account of Herbert's life and works. Coleridge family copy with the inscription of Sir John T. Coleridge, nephew of the poet, to another blank and bookplate of Bernard, Lord Coleridge to the fly leaf, 18th century armorial bookplate of John Lewis Petit to paste down. Contemporary calf, rebacked in a slightly lighter calf with a maroon label. An excellent copy. Wing H1505B. First published in 1649.
Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop, ABA, ILAB
2012-12-12 03:40:01
Sorbait, Paul de
Kl.-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: EOS Buchantiquariat Benz
2012-10-27 21:49:28
BOYLE, Robert
William Godbid, 1672. 185 pages, 12mo, original calf covers (slightly bowed), neatly re-cased. London: William Godbid, 1672. First edition. A very clean tight copy. Small contemporary brown ink notation on the fly-leaf and previous owners name on the publishers note. The Essay marks the beginning of the modern development in knowledge of crystal structure. Wing B3947. Fulton 96. Neville 193. Very good. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2012-08-12 15:01:48
Loss, Friedrich [Lossii, Friderici]
London: Gaulterium Kettilby, 1672. 150mm x 90mm (6" x 4"). [xi], 384pp. Text in Latin. G: in Good condition. Cover rubbed and soiled with small chip on fore edge of lower board. Spine darkened. Neat manuscript notes to early blank leaves. Some foxing and page-edge darkening. Ex Royal College of Surgeons Library Ireland. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Barter Books Ltd [Alnwick, NORTH, United Kingdom]
2012-06-30 10:43:58
Dapper O(lfert).
. . VD17 1:670573P - Blackmer 451 - Tiele 72 - vgl. Schwob 117 - Cat. Nederl. Scheepvart Museum 219 u. Lipperh. Lc 3 (holl. Ausg. 1672).- Erste deutsche Ausgabe.- Olfert Dapper (1639-89) "was a Dutch physician and scholar devoted to geographical and historical studies. His works are of especial importance because of the fine plates, which include maps, plans, beautiful views and costumes" (Blackmer).- Die Kupfer, mit Ansichten vorwiegend indischer und persischer Städte (u.a. Isfahan, Khom, Vishnapur), Trachten Religionsbräuchen u. Gottheiten, Pflanzen, Elefanten, Prozessionen, etc. sind Nachstiche der holländ. Orig.-Ausgabe.- 9 der blattgroßen Tafeln mit 2 Darstellungen wurden in der Hälfte auseinandergeschnitten, um die jeweilige Darstellung an die richtige Seite binden zu können.- Tls. etw. gebräunt od. braunfleckig, 1 Bl. mit kl. Einriss, 1 Taf. mit großem Einriß in der unteren Hälfte und Wurmgang, Innengelenke verstärkt, Ebd. etw. fleckig Rücken fachm. ergänzt, insges. gutes, vollständiges Exemplar.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller
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2012-06-29 02:27:35
RIVIERE, LAZARE, NICHOLAS CULPEPER, ABDIAH COLE AND WILLIAM ROWLAND.:
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 stain, occasional short closed margin tear, 1 lower margin corner torn off, 5 sma … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton
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2012-06-27 10:43:46
Cradock, Samuel
London., A. Maxwell., 1672. 29 x 19 cms, xvi, 464 p. Prelim. blanc ff. With folding map 36 x 48 cms : Descriptio peregrinationis D. Pauli Apostoli.... Opera Abrahami Ortelii. Signed : Phillip Holmes sculp, Petrus Kaerius Coelavit. At the top 2 decorative cartouches. Binding repaired, original front en back goldstamped covers, spine : new calf. Exlibris: ( Bisshop ) T.L.C. KEYWORDS: Biblia church history. Holy Land.
Bookseller: antiquariaat de rijzende zon [Netherlands]
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2012-06-25 23:14:20
LEEWEN [LEEUWEN], SIMON VAN,
Leyden, Joh. van Gelder, 1672. 12mo. (VIII)+16+593+(19) pp. Compleet met uitsl. kaart, uitsl. plattegrond, 12 platen (w.v. 11 uitsl.). Reg. Gebonden. Perkament uit de tijd. Redelijk/goed ex. (Opnieuw in de band gezet, schutbladen vernieuwd, parkament gespleten op scharnier achterplat; papier wat verbruind op de sneden en hier en daar in de marges, wat scheurtjes in de platen gerep.). * Nijhoff/ Van Hattum 187.Topografie Zuid-Holland Leiden leeuwen, simon van
Bookseller: Charbo's Antiquariaat [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2012-06-22 17:31:21
Giuglaris, Luigi [1607 - 1653]
In Venetia: Presso Paolo Baglioni, 1672. 2nd Venetia Edition, 1st published in 1668. Not in the BL Catalogue of 17th C Italian Books. Period full vellum binding, with title hand-inked to spine crown. Vellum soiled. Bookplate ["Coll - Stonyhurst. / 1810."]. Short horizontal split to ffep chain line segment. Period po signature to t.p. Lacks rfep. Withal, still a solid VG copy.. [8], 216 pp. Title page printer's device. Head- tailpieces. Decorative initial capital letters. 4to: a^4 A - N^8 O^4. 8-1/2" x 6-1/8" OCLC records 2 copies of this edition; the Italian Union Catalogue adds 4 additional.
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2012-06-18 12:27:17
SEBASTIANI, GIUSEPPE DE SANTA MARIA:
1672. 4to. Pp. (xxiv), 261, (1). With one nice large folding engraved map "Serra de Malavari". Contemporary full vellum, upper part of spine repaired, title in manuscript on spine. Old ownership signature on title page. First edition of Sebastiani's account of his second voyage to India between 1660 and 1665. Sebastiani, Bishop of Hierapolis and Apostolic Commissary of the Serra, was sent on missions to India to try to reunite the contending factions in Malabar. During this time he witnessed the fall of Cochin (1661) and Cranganore (1663) to the Dutch. Lach & Van Kley, 3:1, p. 383. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Charlotte Du Rietz Rare Books (ILAB) [Stockholm, Sweden]
2012-06-14 15:17:32
Kirchmann, Johan of Lubeck (1575-1643) and Nicolas Ricault
Frankfurt: Thomas Henr. Hauenstein 4th edition, 1672. Hardcover. Good. Three Works in one Volume, small octavo marbled roan on five raised bands, spine extra gilt with floral compartments with red gilt spine label (edges & corners worn/spine ends chipped). General title in red & black +[22]pp prelims +Ricault's FUNUS PARASITICUM 22pp (with separate titlepage dated 1672) bound here when it probably should be at the end + 489pp +[35]pp +[2]pp blank); red & black titlepage to DE ANNULIS with mask woodcut to title +[14]pp +184pp +[21]pp index. Sporadic browningthroughout but text otherise clean and complete. *The first work describes various Roman funeral ceremonies, burial customs, obituary etc. the second work everything on Roman rings. Text in Latin.
Bookseller: Abbey Antiquarian Books [Blockley, GLOS, United Kingdom]
2012-06-12 15:00:49
SCHONAEUS, Cornelius. (eig. C. Schön)
Frankfurt, Haubold 1672.. 3 Tle. in 1 Bd. 8 Bll., 245, 64, 64 S.; 8 Bll., 254 S.; 294 S. Pgmt. d. Zt. m. hs. Rückentit. Tit. in Rot u. Schwarz. Einbd. angestaubt. Vgl. Graesse VI, 313 - Pars secundae. Qua continentur sacrae comoediae sex ; Susanna, Daniel, Triumphus Christi, Typhlus, Pentecoste, Ananias / Auctore Cornelio Schonæo Goudano ... - Lucubrationum Pars Tertia. Qua continentur Baptistes, Dyscoli, Pseudostratiotæ, Cunæ, Vitulus ; Quibus adjecti sunt Liber Elegiarvm, [et] alter Epigrammatvm. - Cornelis Schonaeus (1541-1611), war Rektor der Universität in Haarlem. Er verfasste für Schüler und Studenten eine Reihe von Dramen religösen und biblischen Inhalts im Stile des Terentius. Sie erfreuten sich großer Beliebtheit und erschienen in vielen Ausgaben bis ins 18. Jhdt.
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2012-06-07 19:11:31
BALDAEUS, Philip (1632-1672)
Amsterdam: Johannes Janssonius van Waesberge & Johannes van Someren, 1672. 3 parts in one volume (as issued), folio. (15 1/8 x 9 1/2 inches). General letterpress title printed in red and black, two letterpress section titles in black. Engraved additional title, 37 engraved portraits, plates, plans and maps (including 1 portrait of the author inserted from a smaller copy, 2 single page engravings, 34 double-page), 1 engraved armorial headpiece, 55 engraved illustrations (most half-page, but including 1 full-page and 9 three-quarter page illustrations, and the three plates of scripts. Contemporary Dutch speckled sheep, covers panelled in gilt with large central blocked lozenge-shaped arabesque, skilfully rebacked. First edition of what is an early primary source-work on southern India and Sri Lanka: Baldaeus' "narrative gives considerable information on the Dutch settlements in Southern India"(Cox), besides providing "most detailed and the best account of Ceylon" (Lach) This beautifully-illlustrated work, containing much first-hand eye-witness material, is divided into three parts: the first offers a general description of the region; the second a description of Ceylon, and the third a treatise on Indian deities. It was written by Baldaeus, a Dutch missionary after his return from Sri Lanka in 1666. "Philip Baldaeus left the Netherlands ... in October 1654 bound for Batavia, and arrived in July of the following year. Immediately after the capture of Colombo by the Dutch from the Portuguese, Baldaeus and several of his countrymen were posted to Ceylon ... As chaplain to th … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-06-07 15:13:13
ERCKER, Lazarus
Frankfurt Johann David Zunners 1672. - Scarce augmented edition of this illustrated technological classic, "second only to Agricola in the number of original contributions to the literature of mining and metallurgy and the beauty of the graphic treatment of the crafts." Dibner 89 (1574).
Bookseller: Martayan Lan, Inc
2012-06-04 12:31:31
Soresini G.M.
Romae, ex typographia Varesij, 1672, in-8 piccolo, leg. coeva o di poco successiva in piena pergamena, pp. [32], CXXXVIII, [54], XXXVIII. Con stemma del dedicatario inciso in legno sul front. Bianca la carta I6. Non è stata legata l'ultima carta (c4), che era bianca. A c. a1 inizia con proprio occhietto: Appendix ad opusculum de Scala Sancta Iosephi Mariae Soresini Romani. Prima edizione. Lievi bruniture.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Gozzini [IT]
2012-06-02 14:12:36
ERCKER, Lazarus
Frankfurt: Johann David Zunners, 1672. Scarce augmented edition of this illustrated technological classic, "second only to Agricola in the number of original contributions to the literature of mining and metallurgy and the beauty of the graphic treatment of the crafts." Dibner 89 (1574).
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2012-05-31 09:51:08
ANTONIO, Nicolás
Two finely engraved inserted frontispieces. Title printed in red & black. 40 p.l., 633 pp.; 690 pp. Two vols. Folio, cont. red morocco (lower edges very slightly worn at outer corners), triple gilt fillets round sides, spines richly gilt, contrasting leather lettering pieces on spines, a.e.g. Rome: N.A. Tinassi, 1672. [with]:--. Bibliotheca Hispana Vetus, sive Hispanorum, qui usquam unquámue scripto aliquid consignaverunt, notitia. Complectens scriptores omnes qui ab Octaviani Augusti imperio usque ad annum M. flouerunt. xl, [8], 410 pp.; 9 p.l., 286, [62] pp. Two vols. in one. Folio, cont. red morocco with nearly identical tooling as above, a.e.g. Rome: A. de Rubeis, 1696. First editions and a fine complete set of this incomparable one-man achievement in the field of national bibliography. "To Spain belongs the credit of having produced what is easily not merely the biggest but the best national bibliography before the eighteenth century. This is the Bibliotheca Hispana of Nicolaus Antonius. The first section of this work appeared in two large folio volumes from the press in Rome of Nicolaus Angelus Tinassius. Extending altogether to 1,360 closely printed pages, it consists of the main text in alphabetical order of authors by Christian names, followed by a succession of appendixes and appendixes to appendixes, bringing the work up to date; a section devoted to women writers; a section in three parts, devoted respectively to foreign writers in Spanish or to writers in the Spanish colonies, to writers closely connected with Spain, and to foreign writers on Spain; an index by … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-05-29 15:27:22
Albert Jouvin de Rochefort
D. Thierry, Paris 1672 - 416 pages. Three blank front endpapers and one blank rear endpaper, apparently as issued. Map folds out to 22 x 27 cm / 8.6 x 10.6 inches with closed tears and moderate soiling. Preliminary pages to first page, as well as rear endpaper are grubby, very faint water stain to lower right corner of a few pages; else a clean and unmarked interior. One cm of vellum along fore-edge of rear cover chipped off 60 % from bottom, but binding is sturdy and hinges sound. Page edges rouged but now faded. A very presentable example of this scarce title from this famous French cartographer. This volume, complete in itself, is part 5 [the first part of Tome 3] of Albert Jouvin's masterwork Le voyageur d'Europe, où sont les voyages de France, d'Italie et de Malthe, d'Espagne et de Portugal, des Pays Bas, d'Allemagne et de Pologne, d'Angleterre, de Danemark et de Suède. The complete work in 1672 had six volumes in three tomes Voyage de Turqui qui comprend la terre Sainte et L'Egypte followed in 1676. The title page inclusion of d'Angleterre, de Danemark et de Suède refers to the second part of Tome 3. t\The final page is misnumbered 404. An early classic of travel writing, published a mere 25 years after the Thirty Years War. General background, followed by town by town presentations, with six pages of currency information and 34 pages of petit dialogue with German and Polish phrases and their French equivalent at rear. Size: 16 Mo. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: The Odd Book
2012-05-17 18:45:30
Kirchmann, Johann, 1575-1643 ; Longus, Georgus ; Goorle, Abraham van, 1549-1608 (Gorlaeus) ; Kornmann, Heinrich, ca.1580-ca.1640. ; Officina Hackiana.
Lugd. Batav. (Leiden, Netherlands) : Apud Hackios, MDCLXXII. (1672). - 4 pt. in 1 ; [24], 249, [27], 140, [22], 22, 65, [3] pp. ; 15 cm. ; (12mo) ; Text in Latin with sections in Greek ; Signatures: A-Z6 ; Title: Joh. Kirchmanni Lubeccensis De annulis liber singularis : accedunt Georgii Longi, Abrahami Gorlaei, et Henr . Kornmanni de iisdem tractatus absolutissimi.Tractatus de annulis signatoriis antiquorum / Dactyliotheca / Tractatus de anulorum origine / De annulo triplici : usitato, sponsalitio, signatorio ; OCLC: 23165998 ; LCCN: 48-31161 ; LC: NK7444 ; Title vignette: woodcut device of Hackius ; Added engraved title page ; Each section has a special title page and pagination ; collation is continuous throughout ; Includes bibliographical references and indexes ; contemporary vellum with bead clasps (one bead missing) ; heraldic stamp at top of textblock ; 1733 bookplate of Don Joseph Pardo de Figueroa, an early 19th century knight of the order of St. James, and writer of a 1819 poetical funerary oration for María Luisa, consort of Carlos IV, King of Spain, 1751-1819, on front end paper ; an old tear to vellum on back cover ; nick to top corner ; else VG [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Joseph Valles - Books [U.S.A.]
2012-05-15 15:00:50
ELSZHOLZ, J.S.
1672. Cölln an der Spree, Georg Schultze, 1672. 4to (224 x 164 mm). pp. (16), 376, (34), with engraved frontispiece, 8 engraved plates and 5 woodcuts in the text. Contemporary vellum, lettering on spine. Second edition (first 1666) of the first comprehensive German horticultural manual. Johann Sigismund Elszholz (1623-88) was an eminent Prussian botanist, physician to the Elector Friedrich Wilhelm of Brandenburg at Berlin. The beautifully engraved frontispiece shows a bird's-eye view of the Elector's palace and garden, the other plates show horticultural implements, protective glass frames, methods of propagating plants (walnut seedlings and a layered vine), a 'sensitive plant' (Herba sensibilis) raised in the Berlin garden in 1672, 5 examples of containers for flower arrangements are shown, perforated with holes for stalks, one with the initials of F and W (for Friederich Wilhelm), finally a detailed view of the Elector's terraced vineyard. There are large sections on trees, grafting, foreign trees, fruit trees, illnesses of trees etc. A very well preserved copy of a rare book, with the engraved bookplate of C.W.G.V.N. Pritzel 2632; Hennero & Hoffmann, Geschichte der deutschen Gartenkunst II, no. 134..
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2012-04-30 13:59:22
STILLINGFLEET (Edward)].
Bruges Printed by Luke Kerchove, 1672. FIRST EDITION. Small 8v, 143 x 87 mms., pp. [xviii], 80, 42, 32, 102. UNIFORMLY BOUND WITH: [SERGEANT (John)]: Errour Non-plust, Or, Dr. Stillingfleet Shown to be The Man of No Principles. With An Essay how Discourses concerning Catholic Grounds bear the Highest Evidence. [London] Printed in the Year 1673. FIRST EDITION. 8vo, 143 x 87 mms., pp. [xvi], 144, 153 - 272. With the contemporary autograph "Tho. Browne" [almost certainly NOT the Sir Thomas Browne (1605 - 1682)] and the later 18th century autograph "W. Waring" on the title-page. UNIFORMLY BOUND WITH: [WARNER (John)]: Dr. Stillingfleet still against Dr. Stillingfleet: or The Examination of Dr. Stillingfleet against Dr. Stillingfleet Examined. By J. W. [?Paris], Printed in the Year 1775. 8vo, pp. [xviii], 279 [280 blank]. With the 18th century autograph "W. Waring" on the title-page, and an early annotation by the author's initials, "Addenda to Ch/ iii. o. p. 4." 3 volumes, uniformly bound in early 18th century calf, gilt spines, red morocco labels; some chips to tops and bases of spine, but generally a very good and attractive, if made-up, set. With a steel-engraved bookplate by Perkins and Heath of a lion couchant guardant in a circle of ornaments surmounted by a crown (?marquess) and on top of a horse and knight in armour. Edward Stillingfleet (`1635 - 1699) seems to have had a gift for controversy. The first volume, by Canes, is a reply to Stillingfleet's polemical A Discourse Concerning the Idolatry Practiced in the Church of Rome (1671); the second, by Sergeant, to "Faith o … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: John Price Antiquarian Books, ABA, ILAB [LONDON, United Kingdom]
2012-04-29 16:13:08
Sucquet, Antonius.
Wien, o. Dr., 1672. Titelkupfer, (4), 45 Bll. Mit Holzschnittvignette nach dem Sachindex, zahlreichen figuralen Initialen in Holzschnitt sowie 32 Kupfertafeln, in Platte fortlaufend numeriert. Zeitgenössischer Lederband mit goldgepr. Deckelfilete und Eckfleurons. Rote Wolkenkleistervorsätze (Spuren von entferntem Exlibris). 4to. Zweite Ausgabe des außergewöhnlich populären Werkes, das erstmals 1620 in Antwerpen (unter dem Titel 'Viae vitae aeternae') erschienen war und allein bis 1630 sieben Auflagen erlebte. Für die christliche Ikonographie des 17. Jh.s war das Werk grundlegend. Brunet schreibt darüber, "die Frommen suchen das Buch wegen seiner Texte, die Neugierigen wegen der 32 Stiche, die es zieren." - Das Titelkupfer der vorliegenden Ausgabe ist signiert vom Wiener Kupferstecher Johann Martin Lerch, der wohl auch die anderen Illustrationen verantwortlich zeichnet. Jeder der (nicht mitpaginierten) Kupfertafeln ist eine ausführliche Erklärung anhand der eingestochenen Bezeichnungen gegenübergestellt. - Titel am unteren Rand abgeschnitten (kein Text- oder Bildverlust); Kapitale lädiert. Ohne das Errata-Blatt am Schluß. Vorderdeckel mit kl. Einriß. Praz, Studies in 17th century image, 506. Vgl. Brunet V, 577. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2012-04-26 20:39:51
Clemens X., Papst (d. i. Emilio Altieri, 1670-1676).
Rom, "Idibus Julii", d. i. 15. Juli, 1672. Auf Pergament. 1 S. Qu.-gr.-Folio (480:380) mm. Mit angehängtem (jedoch nicht hinzugehörigem) Siegel von Papst Pius IV. Heiratsdispens für ein Brautpaar, dem die Ehe wegen zu naher Verwandtschaft verboten war.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2012-04-18 20:53:15
FERRETI, Giovanni Battista
1672. Paperback. Fine. FERRETI, Giovanni Battista. MUSAE LAPIDARIAE Antiquorum in Marmoribus Carmina. Seu Deorum Donaria, Hominumque Illustrium oblitterata Monumenta, & deperdita Epitaphia: cum Rerum perpetratarum publicis incisis Lapidibus [etc.]. Verona, Typis Antonii de Rubeis, 1672. Folio. [x]10,372pp. "THE LAPIDARY MUSES: Poems of the Ancients in marble, or inscriptions from lost sanctuaries and monuments: epitaphs, votive tablets, statue bases, tombs, urns, vases, lamps, columns, obelisks, lead and bronze tablets, etc." Only edition. Copperplate frontispiece, by I. Werner, showing the nine muses among tumbled monuments. Title in red and black, with heraldic copper engraving. An extremely scarce collection of lost Latin verses, "on all matters Gentile, whether sacred or profane." Many are touching, the grief- stricken outpourings of ordinary families (for a mother taken with her twin sons, a beloved father, an adulterous wife slain by her husband, a merry child) as well as the epitaphs of the famous (Virgil, Ovid, Scipio Africanus). Printed in a variety of type styles, with borders and woodcut ornaments. Three indexes. In original stiff cream wrappers, with title written by hand on spine. Tears and a chip to spine; light smudges, and small library stamp (Bologna, 1816) in margin, else internally fine. Pages untrimmed. Very scarce. (Three copies in NUC, none in OCLC. British Museum 143.e.22).
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2012-04-11 07:31:08
Coler, Johann(es):
Franckfurt. Schönwetter 1672. 1672 128, 12 nn. S. (Register), 732, 35 nn. S. (Register), 358, 10 nn. S. (Register), 59 und 1 nn. S. (Register). Gr-4to. 128, 12 nn. S. (Register), 732, 35 nn. S. (Register), 358, 10 nn. S. (Register), 59 und 1 nn. S. (Register). Rücken der Zeit mit 5 Bünden, Blindprägung mit punzierten Kartuschen und floraler Umrahmung. Moleskin-Deckel aus dem 20. Jahrhundert. Titelblatt von Teil 1 fehlt. Einige Bleistiftanstreichungen und -marginalien, wenige Seiten mit verblaßten Tintenanmerkungen, im mittleren Teil ca. 10 Seiten fleckig und mit kleinem Brandloch, 1 Blatt mit Randeinriss, 1 Blatt gerändelt, im hinteren Teil mehrere Seiten mit Randläsuren (kl. Fehlstücke, ohne Textverlust, Einrisse, Knickspuren) und ebenfalls gelegentliche Anstreichungen, insbesondere das Traumbuch scheint öfter konsultiert worden zu sein. Insgesamt schönes und sauberes Exemplar. Rücken der Zeit mit 5 Bünden, Blindprägung mit punzierten Kartuschen und floraler Umrahmung. Moleskin-Deckel aus dem 20. Jahrhundert. Johannes Coler auch Johannes Colerus, Joanni Colero, Johannis Coleri oder Johannem Colerum (* 19. September 1566 in Adelsdorf bei Goldberg/Schlesien; † 23. Oktober 1639 in Parchim) war protestantischer Pfarrer und wichtigster Vertreter der frühen Hausväterliteratur. (Sprache: mehrsprachig) Versand D: 4,80 EUR Hausväterliteratur
Bookseller: HENNWACK - Berlins größtes Antiquariat [Germany]
2012-04-11 00:58:52
Dyer, Jaques
The final issuance of the first edition of Dyer, included in the top-most echelon of early named reporting and, in Dr. Baker's words' "second only to the Yearbooks as a source of authority"; no copy with this imprint in ESTC. Contemporary calf, rebacked, quite worn, ex-library, definite browning, occasional (informed) early annotations; a serviceable copy only. Excudebant Johannes Streater & Henricus Twyford [etc.], London, 1672.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2012-03-23 13:51:14
BOYLE, Robert
London: William Godbid, 1672. First. hardcover. very good. 185 pages, 12mo, original calf covers (slightly bowed), neatly re-cased. London: William Godbid, 1672. First edition. A very clean tight copy. Small contemporary brown ink notation on the fly-leaf and previous owners name on the publishers note.The Essay marks the beginning of the modern development in knowledge of crystal structure. Wing B3947. Fulton 96. Neville 193.
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