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2010-10-19 09:24:10
Gunter, Edmund
London: A.C. & Francis Eglesfield, 1673. Fifth Edition.. 20th cent. three quarter leather by Sangorski.. A very good, bright copy; small spot on frt. cover; feint tide mark to a few leaves.. 4to. There are three plates and many text illus.. [24], 309, [3], 224, [168], [4] pp.; 3 plates. An important edition because it was edited by William Leybourn. Leybourn is best known for his books on the use and constructions of dials. He was, perhaps, best able to to edit the works of the man who devised and constructed one of the most useful mathematical instruments for calculations prior to the slide rule. It is an infrequent occurrence when the editor of a book is as able as the author in his chosen field. Though it is stated ' fifth edition ' on the title it is actually the third edition - there being no edition prior to the third of 1653 known. The book is in four parts or sections each dealing with different aspects of instruments and their construction, navigation, and the final section devoted to logarithms. There is a superb folding plate of Gunter's sector bound into the book. This appears to have been intended as a pattern for the manufacture of the sector. Waters has a lengthy account of the sector commenting that Gunter, ' ... first made arithmetical navigation a practical proposition at sea ... [this] did but pave the way towards the realization of his main objective, the general adoption of charts on Mercator's projection and the application of the principles of plane trigonometry to the problems of position finding at sea.' A handsome copy, complete with half title, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Palinurus Antiquarian Books [US]
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2010-10-11 10:58:49
[Walker, Obadiah]
Oxford: At the Theater. 1673. n Second edition. 12mo. (10),264,(247)-280,(2)pp. Large copper engraved printer's device on title page. Cont. blind tooled paneled calf, plainly rebacked. Cont. engraved armorial bookplate of John Cator on front pastedown.
Bookseller: Kenneth Karmiole, Bookseller, Inc. [US]
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2010-10-02 15:23:27
Bartholin, Thomas
Officina Hackiana Leiden: Officina Hackiana, 1673. Bartholin, Thomas. Anatome ex omnium veterum recentiorumque observationibus. 8vo. [30, incl. eng. title by G. Appelman], 807, [16]pp. Engraved portrait of Bartholin after Dittmer, 13 engraved plates (12 folding), numerous engraved text illustrations, mostly full-page. 17th century calf, rubbed, rebacked, endpapers renewed, front hinge split but still attached. Engraved title remargined, some tears in margins and plate folds repaired, insignificant marginal worming in a few leaves. Later edition of Garrison-Morton 1377.3, Thomas Bartholin's revision of his father's classic "Anatomicae institutiones" (1611). Bartholin began his influential series of revisions in 1641, bringing his father's text up to date in view of the discoveries of Harvey, Aselli and other contemporaries, and presenting his own important anatomical findings.Four of the images from the "De ossibus" section in Bartholin's "Anatome" were adapted for use in the "Kaitai shinsho" (1774), the first Japanese anatomical treatise based directly on Western materials. The images are Tabula II, showing two views of the skull; Tabula VI, showing the upper and lower portions of the skull's interior; figures I - III of Tabula VII, illustrating types of vertebrae; and the folding plate of the skeleton opposite p. 748.
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2010-04-18 21:50:05
[ALLESTREE Richard] 1621/2-1681
G, 1st ed, 1673, 1 pl.In contemporary full chipped calf, some blind tooling, corners & edges bumped & worn. Spine, no title, some calf loss, joints cracked. Internally, frontis, lacks half title, [24], 1-97, pages 98-103 mis-numbered 74-79, 104-141 pp, [1], 1 pl. Second Part, half title, [2], 95 pp, [1]. Contemporary ink name to fep (Cresseth 1693), fep edges chipped, light edge browning, some worm marks to last few leaves at margins, contemporary ink notes to ep, lacks fpd & epd. 2 Parts in 1 volume. Title has sometimes been attributed to both Lady Pakington and Archbishop Sterne. No edition stated but 1st. (ESTC R23973. Madan 2960). First printing with holy and Women. Allestree, Richard, Church of England clergyman. See ODNB for a full Bio. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Madoc Books [United Kingdom]
2010-04-15 14:35:08
Richard Blome
Blome, Richard : Britania [Britannia] or, a Geographical Description of the Kingdoms of England, Scotland and Ireland, with the Isles and Territories thereto belonging... London, Thomas Roycroft for Richard Blome, 1673. First Edition. Small folio size approx 320mm x 200mm. Title within double ruled lined border. Dedication. Preface [5]. Table of Benefactors [5], 24 engraved leaves showing 806 Coats of Arms. Folding engraved map of the British Isles. 50 folded engraved maps of counties of England and district maps of Scotland, Ireland, Wales and Islands within pp464. Contemporary full calf, five raised bands with gilt decoration within each. Red gilt title piece. Binding bumped at edges, spines weakening at edges. Later book label of Gloddaeth Library on front pastedown. Manuscript signature of Thos. Mostyn of Gloddaeth, who is included in the list of benefactors. The map of Norfolk has a 11mm hole within engraved area, otherwise all pages and maps are in near fine condition.
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2010-04-14 20:21:58
Jant, Jacques Chevalier de. [Nostradamus]
[Rouen?], 1673.. First Enlarged Edition.. 12mo.. Contemp. limp vellum, title in ms. in old hand, bookplate of Daniel Ruzo (1900-1991) Peruvian archaeologist and Nostradamus authority, small tears in folding plates. 3 folding plates of medals. The chevalier de Jant (1626-1676) French historian and Nostradamus commentator was born in Dijon. He was treasurer of finances for Dijon,the official in charge of the Cabinet des Raretes of Phillippe d'Orleans and held several important posts in the French government. He was a chevalier of the Order of Malta. Comarat 264. Benazra 264.Buget 1863,472. Caillet 5513. Cioranescu 36063. Guaita1483. Leoni 92. Houzeau/Lancaster 5283 "Tres rare." Cantamessa 2242. See: Dekesel 17th J3.
Bookseller: Krown & Spellman, Booksellers
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2010-04-14 06:24:55
Seneca, Lucius Annaeus [Philosophus] / Seneca, M. [recte: L.] Annaeus [Rhetor].
Amstelodami [Amsterdam ], Daniel Elzevier, /1672/1672. Amstelodami [Amsterdam ], Daniel Elzevier, 1673/1672/1672. 24 Bll., 869 S.; 2 Bll., 998 S., 42 Bll.; 12 Bll., 750 S., 1 Bl., 316 S., 14 Bll. Mit 1 illustr. Kupfer-Frontispiz (Seneca-Büste umgeben von mytholog. Figuren) u. 2 Kpfr. im Text und zahlr. holzgestoch. Vignetten und Initialen. Pgt. d. Zt. mit je 2 RSch. Die hinzugefügten Quaestiones des Libertus Fromondus erscheinen in Bd. 2. - Zu L. A. Seneca [Philosophus] (d.J.) (um 4 v. Chr. - 65 n.Chr.) u. L. A. Seneca [Rhetor] (d.Ä.) (um 55 v. Chr. - um 40 n.Chr.), Vater des Philosophen vgl. Wilpert, Lex. d. Weltlit., S. 1477 f. - Justus Lipsius (1547-1606) (Zischka, Allgem. Gelehrten-Lex., S. 388); Johann Friedrich Gronovius (1611-1671) (ebda., S. 261); Libert Froidmont (1587-1653); Nicolas (Nicaise) LeFèvre (auch Lefebvre) (1544-1612) (ebda., S. 375); Andreas Schottus (André Schott) (1552-1629). - Mit dem Holzschnitt-Druckerzeichen der Vettern Daniel u. Ludwig Elzevier (Ölbaum, Eule u. Minerva, mit dem Motto "Ne extra oleas") auf dem Titel. - Pergament angestaubt u. tls. braunfleckig, schadhafte Rücken dilettantisch mit Tesastreifen ergänzt (!) und "repariert"; Vorderschnitt von Bd. 1 leicht welllig, 1 Vorsatzblatt fehlt, 1 Blatt mit schwachem Abklatsch; Buchblöcke straff und sauber. - Mit Wappen-Exlibris des Hugh Cecil Earl of Lonsdale (1857-1944), eines der wohlhabendsten und extravaganten Engländer seiner Zeit [Attributes: Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Pabel [Hamburg, Germany]
2010-03-13 18:19:35
Hutton, Sir Richard
1673. [Hutton, Sir Richard (1561?-1639)]. The Young Clerks Guide in Four Parts: Or An Exact Collection of Choice English Presidents, According to the Best Forms Now Used for All Sorts of Indentures, Letters of Attorney, Releases, Conditions, &c. Very Useful and Necessary for All, But Chiefly for Those That Intend to Follow the Attourneys Practice. London: Printed by T.R. & N.T. for Ambrose Isted, 1673. Four parts, each with separate pagination and register. [i], [iii], 232; 231; [1], 64, 61-202; [2], 68, [20] pp. Includes one-page publisher advertisement. Octavo (6-1/2" x 4"). Recent period-style quarter calf over marbled boards, raised bands and lettering piece to spine, endpapers renewed, faint early hand-lettered title to fore-edge of text block. Toning, faint dampstaining to outer edges of margins, light foxing in a few places. Illegible early owner signature to title page, interior otherwise clean. * Fourteenth edition. "The fourth part added to this Impression contains divers Presidents, never printed in any Book before" (Advertisement). First published in 1649, this popular formbook went through sixteen editions, the final appearing in 1691. 7 copies of this edition located in North America, 3 in law libraries (Harvard, Library of Congress, UCLA). Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth 1:482-83 (34).
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
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2010-03-10 14:35:30
APROSIO, Angelico
Frontis. containing a scene of a library (outer margin carefully strengthened on verso). L (incl. the frontis.), [10], 336, 387-733 pp. 12mo, cont. vellum over boards. Bologna: Manolessi, 1673. First edition of the very rare catalogue of the books donated by Aprosio to the library which was to bear his name. "Angelo Aprosio of Ventimiglia was in correspondence with most of the learned men of his day, and they sent him many books to read. Aprosio's catalogue of 1673 is a small duodecimo list of these gifts in alphabetical order of the donors' names. The purpose of such a fantastic method of arrangement was presumably to attract more gifts; but the printed catalogue goes no further than the letter C...This catalogue became celebrated as a picture of the learned world in Aprosio's day, and it was translated into Latin by J.C. Wolf at Hamburg in 1734."­Pollard & Ehrman, pp. 262-63. Very good copy of an extremely rare book. Brunet, I, 325­"Ouvrage rare." Grolier Club, Bibliography, 67­"Although the work ends with the letter C, and remained incomplete, the large number of entries makes it one of the earliest and most comprehensive select bibliographies of Italian literature. It enjoyed great popularity among scholars as a reference work." Peignot, p. 77­"fort rare." Taylor, Book Catalogues, pp. 5-6, 105, 110, 144, 181, & 207. .
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.
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2010-02-01 22:17:53
London, 1673. Copper engraving, 33 x 27 cms, original hand-colour, blank verso. Map
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2010-01-15 11:20:32
St. Germain, Christopher
A late 17th century edition of the first classic of English equity and the first work on legal philosophy and natural law written in England, "a brilliant, comprehensive and intellectually satisfying attempt to construct a systematic theory of law". Contemporary calf, a little dusty, else quite a fresh copy. Printed by John Streater, Eliz. Flesher, and Henry Twyford [etc.], London, 1673.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2010-01-15 11:20:32
Mainwaring, Thomas
. Modern blind-ruled calf, quite attractive. Printed for S. Lowndes [etc.], London, 1673.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2010-01-15 11:20:32
St. Germain, Christopher
A late 17th century edition of the first classic of English equity and the first work on legal philosophy and natural law written in England, "a brilliant, comprehensive and intellectually satisfying attempt to construct a systematic theory of law". Contemporary unlettered sheep, rubbed, spine ends chipped and a bit wormed, else quite a clean fresh and unsophisticated copy. Printed by John Streater, Eliz. Flesher, and Henry Twyford [etc.], London, 1673.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2010-01-03 01:06:09
Schefferus, Johannes
Frankfurt, Ex Offcina Christiani Wolffii, Typis Joannis Andreæ, 1673. 4to. (14) + 378 + (4) s. Tittelbl. trykket i rødt og sort. Ekstra kobberstukket tittelbl., Treskåret illustrasjon på tittelbl. Illustrert med tresnitt i teksten. Kobberstukket foldet kart. Samt. helskinnbd. med fire opphøyde bind. Rødt skinn tittelfelt. Rik ryggdekor i gull. Litt brunplettet. Ex libris på forsats. . . Contemporary full calf with 4 raised bands. Red title-label. Title-page printed in red and black. Additional engraved title-page. Woodcut illustration on title-page. Engraved folding map. Woodcut illustrations. Light spotting. Bookplate on front pastedown.
Bookseller: Ruuds Antikvariat [Norway]
2009-12-14 18:56:45
A Paris: Guillaume Desprez & Elie Josset, en la boutique de Charles Savreux, 1673. relié. In 8 (10,5x17,5cm). Edition originale. Illustrée d'un frontispice dépliant légendé : Luther disciple du Diable, où l'on voit ce dernier alité, conversant avec le Diable. Certains bibliographes donne Nicolas Pilon comme auteur à la place de Paul Bruzeau. Pleine basane marbrée d'époque. Dos à nerfs orné. Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge. Epidermures sur le plat supérieur et les mors. 2 galeries le long du mors inférieur, une autre au dernier caisson. En se fondant sur le récit même de Luther qui conte que la Diable chercha à le convaincre d'abolir les messes privées, l'auteur fait de Luther un disciple de Satan puisqu'il fut convaincu par les arguments du Diable, toute sa doctrine ainsi que celle de Calvinistes qui en découle est partant hérétique et diabolique. L'ouvrage se base sur une analyse systématique du récit de Luther. - Guillaume Desprez & Elie Josset, en la boutique de Charles Savreux, A Paris _1673, In 8 (10,5x17,5cm), frontispice (22)187pp., relié. - relié
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet
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2009-12-13 14:52:34
Lugduni (Lyon), Ioannis Certe, 1673,. 150x80mm, 443 pages, relié plein veau de l'époque, dos à 4 nerfs, titre et ornementations dorés, tranches jaspées, nom de possesseur sur la page de garde et de titre, vignette gravée sur la page de titre. Très bon état de conservation.
Bookseller: Bouquinerie du Varis [Switzerland, Russy]
2009-12-12 07:15:25
(BECKMAN, Nicolaus.) Index quarundam novitatum, quas dnus Samuel Puffendoff libro suo De jure naturæ et gentium, contra orthodoxa fundamenta Londini editit. (Giessen, Friedrich Karger), 1673. 4:o. (16) s. Lager- och brunfläckig. Titelbladet skuret nedtill med lätt bokstavsförlust. Tagen ur band. Collijn sp. 53f. (3 bibliotek). Åhlen 16:81a. Almquist, Bibliografisk förteckning över stridskrifter, A 1a. Första upplagan. Ett rättat nytryck utkom samma år. "Index" är Beckmans första och viktigaste stridskrift i striden med Pufendorf, skriven tillsammans med Josua Schwartz. Den blev förbjuden och offentligt bränd 1675, efter att Pufendorf svarat med "Apologia pro se et suo libro" 1674, och gått vinnande ur striden. Den finns avtryckt av Almquist i Lychnos 1941. Striden gällde Pufendorfs "De jure naturae et gentium", hans mest berömda bok, som utkom i Lund 1672. Den angreps för sina naturrättsliga idéer, både från tyska och svenska forskare, men framförallt ifrån kollegan i Lund, Nicolaus Beckman, vilken även angrepp betänkliga inslag i Pufendorfs undervisning och avhandlingar i Lund. Pufendorf hade dock myndigheternas stöd och efter en bitter utväxling av inlägg fick Beckman slutligen gå i landsflykt. Sina egna polemiska svar samlade Pufendorf i "Eris Scandica"
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet
2009-12-03 17:01:29
Stapylton, Sir Robert
London: Printed for Peter Parker...and Thomas Guy., 1673. Third edition. Hardcover. Otherwise very good condition. First published in 1644 (the first six satires only) and then complete in 1647, with another edition following in 1660. This is the vigorous and well-annotated translation of Juvenal by the royalist poet and dramatist Sir Robert Stapylton (1605?-69). Wing J1292. This is one of the earliest publications of Thomas Guy (d. 1724), founder of Guy's Hospital and benefactor of St Thomas's Hospital. He had become a bookseller in 1668, but his fortune was made through trading South Sea stock. 8vo, (xx) 246pp (last blank) 2 pp adverts, engraved portrait frontispiece and additional title page, all edges stained green. Original sheep boards quite rubbed at corners, nicely rebacked in brown calf with red & gilt title label, slt. rubbed. A very pleasant copy.
Bookseller: Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints [U.S.A.]
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2009-11-30 15:24:36
London: Henry Hills and John Starkey 2nd edition of the 1st volume 1st edition of the 2nd volume, 1673. London: Henry Hills and John Starkey 2nd edition of the 1st volume 1st edition of the 2nd volume, 1673. Hardcover. Good. Copperplates 1 folding in volume One but lacks the Frontis. & 4 of 5 in "Further Justification.." (lacking the second coin plate) plates by W. Sherwin or unsigned. Two Volumes in One: bound with A FURTHER JUSTIFICATION OF THE PRESENT WAR .. Small quarto contemporary calf with red spine label raised bands (neatly rebacked/ tips slightly worn) all edges blue. Armorial bookplate Ilchester. Collation: (8)+80, (24)+80 +79-86 +57-136pp (ie. recte 168pp). First volume came out anonymously in the previous year, the FURTHER JUSTIFICATION is here in a first edition but it was soon reprinted with through pagination as a Single two-part volume. There is a plate list in volume 2 but none in volume 1. The missing plates are tipped in in good facsimiles. Some damp staining but mainly marginal with Preliminaries and first 2 leaves and last 6 or 7 leaves most affected. *A vehemently anti-Dutch volume written in Answer to "Considerations upon the Present State of the United Netherlands". The author includes illustrations of the tortures that the Dutch were supposed to have perpetrated. Yet war was unpopular with the British who sympathized with the Protestant Dutch and not with the allied Catholic French, who, like the English king were out to destroy a rival naval and trading nation. Stubbe's hatred was irrationally venemous but his discussion of principles of interna … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Abbey Antiquarian Books [Blockley, GLOS, United Kingdom]
2009-08-24 20:48:30
HOWE, J[ohn]
Printed by A. Maxwell, for Sa. Gellibrand, 1673. Very Good. Hardcover. Second edition (first published in 1668). Small octavo. 514, [12], 96pp. Probably late 18th or early 19th Century American full calf gilt. Joints a little tender but sound and tight, small strip cut from the top of the title page, presumably to remove a name, a very good copy. Ownership Signature (twice) of Rev. Frederick T. Tiffany of Cooperstown, New York, with a couple of ink notes in the text, probably in his hand. Tiffany was the Episcopalian Rector of Cooperstown, and according to some sources, the model for Rev. Mr. Grant in fellow townsman James Fenimore Cooper's novel *The Pioneers*, probably the reason why there exists a record of Tiffany suing Cooper for libel, although we have yet to determine how that worked out. Tiffany later became Chaplain to the U.S. House of Representatives. The author, John Howe was a Puritan cleric and chaplain to Oliver Cromwell. *OCLC* locates no copies of the first edition, and two physical copies of this edition (and innumerable microfilmed copies in the U.S.); *Copac* adds several more in the U.K. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABAA [U.S.A.]
2009-08-24 20:48:30
HOWE, J[ohn]
London: Printed by A. Maxwell, for Sa. Gellibrand. 1673. First. Second edition (first published in 1668). Small octavo. 514, [12], 96pp. Probably late 18th or early 19th Century American full calf gilt. Joints a little tender but sound and tight, small strip cut from the top of the title page, presumably to remove a name, a very good copy. Ownership Signature (twice) of Rev. Frederick T. Tiffany of Cooperstown, New York, with a couple of ink notes in the text, probably in his hand. Tiffany was the Episcopalian Rector of Cooperstown, and according to some sources, the model for Rev. Mr. Grant in fellow townsman James Fenimore Cooper's novel The Pioneers, probably the reason why there exists a record of Tiffany suing Cooper for libel, although we have yet to determine how that worked out. Tiffany later became Chaplain to the U.S. House of Representatives. The author, John Howe was a Puritan cleric and chaplain to Oliver Cromwell. OCLC locates no copies of the first edition, and two physical copies of this edition (and innumerable microfilmed copies in the U.S.); Copac adds several more in the U.K. .
Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA
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2009-08-23 01:59:05
Aston, Robert; Brownlow, Richard (1553-1638); Gulston, John; Moyle, Robert (1589/90-1638); Cory, Thomas (d. 1656)
London: London, printed for H. Twyford, John Place, and T. Basset; and are to be sold at their shops in Vine-Court, Middle-Temple, Furnival's-Inn Gate in Holborn, and the George in Fleetstreet, M DC LXXIII. [1673], 1673. Ex-Library. Good. Hardcover. Ex-library with name and insignia on back and boards, bookplate, round stamps to title and three other pages. Quarter calf over nineteenth century pebbled boards, worn at corners. Pencil doodle to title and second leaf. Although a stated third edition, the only other recorded edition is 1661. (Cf. Wing A4069, cancelled as a ghost.).
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2009-08-05 20:44:52
SCHEFFERUS, Johannes (utg.)
Uppsala, Henricus Curio, 1673. 8:o. (10),+ 256, (22) s. Sid. 129-130 lagad, med viss textförlust. Välbevarat samtida pergamentband med äldre handtextad, delvis trasig, titeletikett. Lätt skada på främre pärmens nedre framkant. Ur Abraham Hülphers bibliotek, med hans namnteckning, daterad 1766. L. F. Rääfs exlibris. Collijn sp. 164. Warmholtz 1883. Schefferus utgåva av den nyupptäckta upsaliensiska ärkebiskopskrönikan blev genom hans kommentarer en del av striden mellan honom och Olof Verelius om Uppsala hednatempels läge och ålder. Krönikan, som är en av Sveriges viktigaste medeltidskrönikor, hittades av Hadorph 1668. Han överlämnade den genast till Schefferus och redan 1671 var denne färdig med texten, men på grund av Curios försumlighet dröjde tryckningen till 1673. Den omtrycktes av Benzelius i "Monumentorum veterum ecclesiæ Sveogothicæ prolegomena", 1709-13.
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [SE]
2009-06-18 10:22:35
Rosa, Salvator (After).
ca. 1673. Original ink and wash on laid paper, 27 x 38 cm. Stamped mark, illeg., l.r. Stamped mark of A. Schaller, dated and inscribed on verso. Near fine.
Bookseller: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts [U.S.A.]
2009-03-17 06:30:47
Fabro Bremundan, Francisco
Diego Dormer, Zaragoza, 1673. Folio, 1 retrato, 3 hoj., 458 p. Viñetas, iniciales decoradas. Ladillos. Pergamino romana, nervios, florones, hilos dorados. Corte superior dorado. Espectacular edición, con notables viñetas, iniciales decoradas, y un suntuoso retrato grabado por Nanteuil de Don Juan José de Austria, hijo natural de Felipe IV, que dirigió el sitio de Barcelona, negoció su rendición, en 1652 entró en la ciudad, y fue nombrado lugarteniente de Cataluña de 1653 a 1656. Aunque en la portada figura Parte I y al fin se anuncia una segunda parte, es obra completa. Ejemplar muy bien conservado. (Palau, 86150; Salvá, II, 2932). Historia. Corona de Aragón. History. Crown of Aragon.
Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Studio [Barcelona, Spain]
2009-03-15 09:18:42
Arnaldo Pietro Antonio
per Bartolomeo Zapatta, in Torino, 1673. In-16° (155x104mm), pp. (8), 202, (6) di indici dei personaggi. Legatura coeva p. pelle marrone (abilmente restaurata) con filetti in oro sul dorso e, ai piatti, riquadro di filetti perimetrale impresso in oro. Piccoli fregi ornamentali impressi in oro al centro dei piatti. Complessive 19 tavv. incise su rame f.t.: all'antiporta, ritratto in ovale di Carlo Emanuele II; al frontespizio, stemma sabaudo coronato; un ritratto in ovale di Maria Giovanna di Savoia Nemours, uno del Marchese di Greisy e 14 blasoni nobiliari (di Ludovica Maria di Savoia, di Emanuele Filiberto Amedeo, di Emanuele Filiberto Amedeo di Savoia, di Antonio di Savoia, di Fabrizio Spada, di Michele Beiamo, di Gaspare Lascaris, di Enrico Provana, di Giovan Battista Trucchi, di Augusto Filiberto Scaglia di Verrua, di Francesco Sanmartino d'Agliè, di Ignazio Carrotio, del Marchese di Caraglio, di Agostino Olgiati, di Carlo Francesco Renato Della Chiesa, di Antoine Des Pienes, del Conte Cigliari), il tutto inciso finemente da Georges Tasnière, da A. Depiene, da J. Chaussoy. Estrema irregolarità nella segnatura della paginazione. Ex-libris manoscritti settecenteschi alla prima c. bianca. Bruniture, fioriture ed aloni sparsi di non grave entità; discreto esemplare nel complesso. Prima edizione, di estrema rarità. La collazione del numero esatto delle tavole incise del volume risulta alquanto dubbia e problematica. L'esemplare catalogato dalla Libreria Vinciana, nel suo storico catalogo delle seicentine italiane del 1950, conteneva soltanto 7 tavole; il Manno accenna fuggev … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Gilibert Libreria Antiquaria (ILAB-LILA) [Torino, TO, Italy]
2009-03-02 09:17:41
Bartholin Thomas
Ex Officina Hackiana, Lugduni Batavorum, 1673. Ex libris al contropiatto una tavola sezionata a metˆ lievi e naturali fioriture sparse Frontespizio calcografico firmato 'Appelmans sculp.' recante data 1674. Ritratto dell'Autore firmato 'Henr. Ditmer pinx. G. Appelmans sculp.' Iniziali e fregi xilografici. Questa edizione si arricchisce di quaranta tavole in pi rispetto alla precedente (32) + 807 + (16) con 120 tavv n.t. alcune delle quali ripiegate p. - in-8
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Giulio Cesare [roma, ROMA, Italy]
2009-02-25 06:16:38
Clarendon, Henry Hyde.]
R. Royston, London, 1673. First edition, 8vo, pp. [8], 262, [1] ads; contemporary full black goatskin, double gilt rules on covers enclosing a central panel with decorative borders and fleurons in the corners, gilt-decorated spine in 6 compartments, red morocco label in 1, a.e.g.; spine a little discolored, else generally fine throughout. Early armorial bookplate of John Dolben, Bart. of Finedon, Northhamptonshire, a prominent divine and a close friend of Bishop Atterbury (see DNB). A substantial work by the great Restoration statesman now best remembered for his History of the Rebellion, the best contemporary account of the Civil War. Clarendon here replies to a book by Hugh Paulinus (or Serenus) Cressy, a graduate of Oxford who converted to Roman Catholicism, studied at Paris, and became a Benedictine monk. The work in question was published on the continent, probably at Douai, in 1672. Clarendon had known Cressy quite well many years earlier and was distressed at his friend's apostasy. In 1647 he wrote to an acquaintance: "It is a great loss to the church, but greater to his friends, dead and alive; for the dead suffer when their memory and reputation is subjected to question and reproach . If we cannot keep him a minister of our church, I wish he would continue a layman in theirs, which would somewhat lessen the defection and, it may be, preserve a greater proportion of his innocence." Wing C4414; CBEL II, 1679. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB) [St. Paul, MN, U.S.A.]
2009-02-23 07:26:26
SMITH, John [Edited by John Worthington].
John Hayes for W. Morden, Cambridge 1673 - Hardcover. large 8vo. xxx + 512pp. Contemporary calf boards, rebacked (probably in the late nineteenth century ) with a leather spine with gilt titled spine label, and raised bands. A collection of essays by John Smith (1618-1652), who, along with Henry More (1614-1687), Ralph Cudworth (1617-1689), Benjamin Whichcote (1609-1683), John Worthington (1618-1671), and others was one of that group of seventeenth-century English thinkers associated with the University of Cambridge who are commonly referred to as the 'Cambridge Platonists.' Boards a bit chafed overall, particularly at extremities, edges of boards a bit darkened. Corners bumped and rubbed through, spine ends chafed with a tear and some loss at upper spine. Endpapers split at inner hinges but hinges sound, page edges and outer margins darkened, some minor browning to pages, a few pencil marks and creases. Otherwise an internally bright, sound VG copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Weiser Antiquarian Books, Inc.
2008-12-31 19:55:32
de Jesus, Fray Tome
Jacinto Andreu, Barcelona, 1673. "Que compuso el venerable padre Fray Tome de Iesus, de la Orden de los Eremitas de San Augustin de la Prouincia de Portugal, estando cautiuo en Berberia. Traduzidos de la Lengua Portuguesa por Christoual Ferreya, y Sampayo. Va anandido en esta ultima impression otro Tratado del mismo Autor, intitulado, Oratorio Sacro, y otras devociones de N. Senora, y puestos a la margen los lugares de Escritura, y Santos, y cosas mas notables, con Tablas muy copiosas para los Evangelios que se predican. Tomo Segundo. En Barcelona, por Jacinto Andreu Impressor, a la calle de Santo Domingo, Ano 1673. A costa de Jacinto Azcona, Antonio Ferrer, y Juan Payssa, Libreros." From our own research, Fray Tome de Jesus/Thome de Jesus/Thomas of Jesus was a reformer and preacher born in Lisbon, 1529 and died in prison at Sagena, Morocco in April 1582. He was educated by the Augustinian Hermits from age ten, entered the order in Lisbon in 1534, completed his studies at Coimbra, and was appointed novice-master. The eventual establishment of the Discalced or Reformed Augustinians is attributed to his innovations which became associated with the Crown and the Papal office. There are 2 volumes to this study, but we only have this one. The book was eventually translated into Spanish, English, French, and Italian to name but a few. From what we know, the earliest printing appeared sometime around 1601-1609--Biblioteca Nacional de Espana has a copy dating from 1619 and 1622; Princeton University has the 1673 edition. Our copy is bound in calfskin/vellum; the spinetail and corne … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PAGE ONE TOO [Albuquerque, NM, U.S.A.]
2008-12-07 21:50:36
In qva multa de origine, superstitione, sacris magicis, victu, cultu, negotiis Lapponum, item animalius, metallorumque indole, quæ in terris eorum proveniunt, hactenus incognita produntur, & eiconibus adjectis cum cura illustrantur. Frankfurt, ex officina Christiani Wolffi, typis Joannis Andreæ, 1673. 4:o. Grav. extra titelblad,+ (14),+ 378,+ (2) s.+ utvikbar grav. karta. Med 25 träsnitt i texten, varav 6 helsides. Titel tryckt i rött och svart. Det graverade titelbladet något skuret, med årtalsangivelsen 1674. Enstaka fläckar. Samtida pergamentband. Med Bengt Löws namnteckning samt dennes diskreta marginalkorrigeringar i blyerts. Saknar ett erratablad på slutet. Collijn sp. 828. Fant 35. Warmholtz 705. Marklund 2605. Graesse VI, 297. Blyertskorrigeringarna i marginalen har Bengt Löw utfört efter Schefferus egna egenhändiga rättelser, som återfinns i Kungliga bibliotekets exemplar. Första upplagan av Johannes Schefferus berömda beskrivning av Lappland och samerna. Den spreds snabbt i Europa, och en engelsk översättning utkom året därpå, en tysk 1675, en fransk utökad 1678 och en holländsk 1682. Det är ett tidig verk och en viktig källa till samernas historia och kulturhistoria, och inte minst till religionen och bruket av trolltrummor (varav ett flertal avbildas i boken), då Schefferus med nära nog modern etnologisk metod, och inte utan källkritik av äldre källor, sammanställde sitt väldiga material om detta folk, som dittills levat i en så gott som okänd värld. Uppdraget hade Schefferus fått två tidigare av universitetskanslern Magnus Gabriel De la Gardie, och vid sidan av … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet
2008-12-06 19:07:47
St. Germain Christopher]
Printed by John Streater, Eliz. Flesher, and Henry Twyford [etc.], London 1673 - Contemporary calf, rubbed; a serviceable copy The first classic of English equity and the first work on legal philosophy written in England, here in a late 17th century edition, published some 150 years after its first appearance
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc., member ABAA
2008-12-03 15:12:04
SCHEFFERUS, Johannes (utg.) Incerti scriptoris Sveci qui vixit circa ann.
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet
2008-11-29 13:02:08
Zaragoza, Diego Dormer, 1673. - Elegant woodcut initials and factotums. Large woodcut head- and tailpieces. Engraved portrait, (1 blank, 5 ll.), 458 pp., (1 blank l.). Folio, contemporary vellum, originally limp (board stiffeners, new endpapers and leather ties recently added), spine gilt, text-block edges sprinkled red. Browning to a few leaves, a few early marginalia. A crisp, wide-margined copy, in fine to very fine condition. Stamp of the Casa de Cadaval in blank portion of title. ---- FIRST and ONLY EDITION of this extremely detailed account of D. Juan of Austria's campaign in Catalonia to 1652, with information not only on military maneuvers but on debates over strategy and tactics. It includes transcriptions of many letters and documents plus a summary of events from early 1640, when Catalonia first revolted. The promised second part, which would have included Mortara's actions, never appeared.D. Juan of Austria, illegitimate son of King Philip IV, was sent to Catalonia in mid-1651 to oust the French. After Barcelona surrendered in October 1652, the French were left with only frontier outposts in Catalonia; but in the meantime, Portugal had seized her chance to secede, and military efforts on these two fronts had a disastrous effect on Spain. D. Juan of Austria was defeated by Schomberg at the battle of Ameixial in 1663, and led the 1677 @golpe de estado that wrenched power out of the hands of Valenzuela, favorite of D. Carlos II.The author served for twelve years as D. Juan's secretary. He also published a massive 5-volume work on the Turkish wars, Madrid 1684-1690. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Richard C. Ramer Old and Rare Books
2008-11-29 10:14:08
Venice: Hertz 1673. With engr. titlepage & 20 woodcuts. (16) + 244 pp. Later half morocco, all edges gilt. Titlepage repaired without loss of text
Bookseller: Peter Grosell's Antikvariat
2008-11-29 10:14:08
. Venice: Hertz 1673. With engr. titlepage & 20 woodcuts. (16) + 244 pp. Later half morocco, all edges gilt. Titlepage repaired without loss of text..
Bookseller: Peter Grosell, Antiquarian Bookseller
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2008-11-26 13:30:27
Hen. Herringman, London, 1673. The third edition, adorn'd with several sculptures, small 8vo, engraved frontis and title, pp. [4], 351; 9 copper-engraved portraits of royalty, 40 woodcut heraldic shields; compelling copy in full contemporary calf, richly gilt spine, red morocco label; edges worn and rubbed, small cracks starting in joints but sound and venerable. First published in quarto in 1655, but Lowndes terms the 1673 edition as "best." "A useful little compilation from the best writers on heraldry . for many years the most popular text-book for all who studied heraldry" (DNB). Wing C660. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB) [St. Paul, MN, U.S.A.]
2008-11-16 16:29:09
Salisburgi (Salzbourg): sumpt & typis Joannis Baptistae Mayr, 1673. Fine. sumpt & typis Joannis Baptistae Mayr, Salisburgi (Salzbourg) 1673, in 4 (19,8x15,5cm), (8) 216 pp, 186 pp., deux parties en un volume relié. - First Edition. Rare. A copy of the BN France and Bristol in England, another in catalogs del Germany from the west. A second edition will be launched in 1675 with two new parties. 2 beautiful frontispieces Full Vellum later. As part of the twentieth and black endpapers also. Lace worm on the first 2 pages and last 5. Scattered spots. Otto Aicher (1628-1705), Benedictine and professor, was an Austrian playwright, professor of rhetoric and a grammarian, but also a historian, he brings together in this book epitaphs of all time, including Roman emperors and kings, the whole forming a scene of death as epitaphs are like voices from beyond the grave, the epitaph is the latest sign that the dead leave to posterity. Very interesting to measure the ratio for death in the story. Brunet I, 118. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Rare. Un exemplaire à la BN de France et un à Bristol en Angleterre, un autre dans les catalogues del' Allemagne de l'ouest. Une seconde édition verra le jour en 1675 avec 2 nouvelles parties. 2 très beaux frontispices Reliure en plein vélin postérieur. Pièce de titre XXe noire et pages de garde également. Dentelles de ver sur les 2 premières pages et les 5 dernières. Rousseurs éparses. Ott … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet
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2008-09-23 17:46:43
Uppsala, Henricus Curio, (1673). 8:o. (2),+ 26 s. Senare pappersomslag. Joh. Ax. Almquists biblioteksstämpel och Bengt Löws namnteckning i blyerts. Blad B1-2 felhäftade. Fant 33, anger 4:o. Warmholtz 4913. Hyllningstal till Karl XI hållet den 17 januari 1673 i anledning av dennes trontillträde och övertagande av regeringsmakten den 18 december året innan.
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [Sweden]
2008-08-20 19:16:48
D'estrées (marechal)
Etienne Loyson, Paris, 1673. 350 pp. Petit manque aux coiffes. Probable premiere edition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Domifasol [charbonnieres, France]
2008-02-22 16:16:03
WILD, Robert.]
London, printed by A. P. for Phillip Brooksby, next door to the ball in West-Smithfield, neer the Hospital-Gate. 1673 - Folio. 5p. Disbound. A very good copy. First edition. Wing W2144B L, O; CH, MH, WF. A straightforward panegyric, uncharacteristically muted, lacking the sarcastic wit usually typical of Wilde's verse. Great Britain's naval power is celebrated in some memorable lines: "Lords of the worlds great wast, the Ocean, we Whole Forrests send to range upon the Sea: And ev'ry Coast may trouble or Relieve, But none can visit us without your leave. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: C R Johnson Rare Book Collections (PBFA)
2008-01-27 23:35:47
- Ril. in mz. pelle, titolo e decorazioni in oro al dorso con nervature, cm 14x8, cc. 5 non numer., pp 534, fine incisione all’antiporta, buon frontespizio con stemma inciso, bella incisione con ritratto del Marino in medaglione. La tavola dei nomi è mutila e le due mezze pagine ca. superstiti sono applicate su carta coeva, peraltro ottimo esemplare. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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