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2017-06-06 13:14:36
Bachot, Stephano [d. i. Etienne Bachot]
Parisiis Typis Viduae Edmundi Martini 1675 kl 8°, Ganzledereinbd., 148 S. - Kanten des Rückens bestoßen, Einband stärker berieben, Eintrag auf dem Titelblatt, sonst innen sauberes Exemplar Versand D: 5,50 EUR
Bookseller: Graphem. Kunst- und Buchantiquariat [Berlin, Germany]
2017-06-05 00:00:36
Arnauld, Antoine
Paris, Jacques Henry Pralard, 1675. Un volume In-16 de 334 pages, Reliure plein veau, dos à 5 nerfs richement orné, 2 mors fendus, un coin tassé, une découpe (6 mm), marge superieure, page 16. Ensemble solide et bien propre.
Bookseller: Librairie Bombillon [Forges les bains, France]
2017-06-04 22:20:26
Parrino Domenico Antonio
1675. Parrino Domenico Antonio. Teatro eroico e politico dei governi de' Vicerè del Regno di Napoli dal tempo del Re Ferdinando il Cattolico fino all'anno 1675. Nel quale si narrano i fatti più illustri e singolari accaduti nella Città e Regno di Napoli nel corso di due secoli. Napoli, Mariano Lombardi Editore, 1875-1876. Tre volumi in 16mo; pp. 480; 499, 1n.n.; 334,LXXVI. Bross. editoriale, il volume primo parzialmente slegato.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Casella
2017-06-04 09:10:19
Peiresc, Nicolas Claude de
Paris, 1675.
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's Historyofscience.com
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2017-06-04 09:10:19
Peiresc, Nicolas Claude de
Paris, 1675.
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman & Co., Inc. [U.S.A.]
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2017-05-31 13:01:07
Rolle, Henry.
Roper, Titton, Starkey & Basset, 1675. Bound in modern red leather. Gilt spine. Fine binding and cover. Contemporary ink title to head of side page end. Lacking frontis. Dampstain to bottom corner of pages, affecting text from latter half of book. Ships daily. This is an oversized or heavy book, that requires additional postage for international delivery outside the US. Good. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Sequitur Books [Boonsboro, MD, U.S.A.]
2017-05-31 12:25:27
Jonghe, Clement de
ParysRare view of Paris by Clement de Jonghe, approx. 1675. Coloured by a later hand. Size: 40,1 x 52,9 cm. With poem on the beauty of the town in Latin, Dutch and French by A. Montanus. With legend of main churches, monastries and buildings. Price: ?1.250,- (excl. VAT/BTW).
Bookseller: Inter-Antiquariaat MEFFERDT & DE JONGE
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2017-05-31 12:25:27
Jonghe, Clement de
ParysRare view of Paris by Clement de Jonghe, approx. 1675. Coloured by a later hand. Size: 40,1 x 52,9 cm. With poem on the beauty of the town in Latin, Dutch and French by A. Montanus. With legend of main churches, monastries and buildings. Price: ?1.250,- (excl. VAT/BTW).
Bookseller: Inter-Antiquariaat MEFFERDT & DE JONGE
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2017-05-30 14:14:16
DU CLOS, [Samuel COTTEREAU].
[Paris]: Imprimerie Royale, 1675 - Edition originale, in-12; 203p.; [8p. Table et Colophon]; vignette gravée aux armes de France sur la page de titre, bandeau et cul-de-lampe gravés sur cuivre. Reliure d'époque en veau moucheté, dos à nerfs finement orné, coupes ornées. Petite usure à la coiffe supérieure, petite découpe à la première garde libre, autrement en très bon état, avec les tampons ex-libris des bibliothèques Léon Dru et Arrault. Joli exemplaire de cet ouvrage qui décrit les propriétés de nombreuses eaux minérales, dont celles d'Auvergne, de Normandie, du Languedoc, du Bourbonnais? [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE DES CARRÉS
2017-05-29 13:53:54
Bosca Pietro Paolo.
ex Typographia Francisci Vigoni, 1675. In-8° (cm. 17), legatura coeva in p. pergamena con titolo ms. al dorso; pp. [16] 114 [12] in ottimo stato, 1 tavola illustrativa in rame ripiegata f.t., fregi capilettera e finalini in silografia. Edizione originale di un noto saggio del prefetto dell'Ambrosiana. Vi espone una tesi che ebbe quali contraddittori il Muratori, il Mabillon, P. Verri e il Ferrari. Cfr. Argelati I, II, 205. Ottimo esemplare.
Bookseller: Gabriele Maspero Libri Antichi
2017-05-29 13:53:54
Bosca Pietro Paolo.
ex Typographia Francisci Vigoni,, Mediolani, 1675. In-8° (cm. 17), legatura coeva in p. pergamena con titolo ms. al dorso; pp. [16] 114 [12] in ottimo stato, 1 tavola illustrativa in rame ripiegata f.t., fregi capilettera e finalini in silografia. Edizione originale di un noto saggio del prefetto dell'Ambrosiana. Vi espone una tesi che ebbe quali contraddittori il Muratori, il Mabillon, P. Verri e il Ferrari. Cfr. Argelati I, II, 205. Ottimo esemplare. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Gabriele Maspero Libri Antichi [Como, Italy]
2017-05-28 20:54:08
Richard Mason
Anon, 1675. Full Calf with wear to the corners, edges and spine with spine creased and ends frayed. Very Light foxing to fore pages with the content remaining clean and bright with only a light age toning to fore pages. Solidly bound with the hinges being internally cracked but very well held.
Bookseller: BoundlessBookstore [Wallingford, United Kingdom]
2017-05-28 19:25:07
Cosin, John, Bishop of Durham.
Tho[mas]. Roycroft for Hen[ry]. Brome,, London: 1675 - Collation: A8, C-N8. Pagination: [16], 165, [10]p. Full old calf, blind tooled ruling, stamped panelling, floral gilt spine, title label, hinges started, but strong. Few old pen and pencil notes. Corner off frontis, no affect (see picture). Illustrations: Engraved frontispiece bust portrait of Cosin by William Dolle. Engraved initial. Cosin (1594-1672), chaplain to Charles I and a liturgical purist, was responsible for much significant revision in the Anglican liturgy during the Restoration. During the Interregnum, he was exiled to France, having been falsely accused of being a Romanist. "Cosin was a most uncompromising enemy to popery. In France he wrote his 'Historia Transubstantialis Papalis' at the request of Gilbert Talbot, who had undertaken to argue the matter out with a German princeÌ (the Duke of Newbourg), in the presence of Charles II at Cologne, and apparently did not feel quite equal to the task. Cosin readily consented, and showed in his treatise that the church of England held the doctrine of a real presence without in any way countenancing the doctrine of transubstantiation. It was not published until nineteen years after it was written (in 1675), and three years after the death of the author; but the title says it was 'allowed by him to be published a little before his death, at the earnest request of his friends.' It was then given to the world, with an interesting preface by Dr. Durel, in the original Latin." [-DNB] Citations: Wing C6358. ESTC:R2240. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Dark Parks Books & Collectibles
2017-05-28 14:20:34
Stopford, Joshua [1636-1675]
A. Maxwell, 1675, Hardcover (Full Leather), Book Condition: Good Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket, First Edition. Full leather, scuffed, edges worn, spine covered in transparent tape. Somewhat loose in binding. Scattered light to moderate foxing. Name blacked out base of title page & inside front cover. Size: Small 8vo. 46 + 303 + 148 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2 pounds or less. Category: Antiquarian & Rare; Renaissance 16thc to 17thc; Religion & Theology. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 1592.
Bookseller: Noah's Ark Book Attic
2017-05-26 20:37:03
Marino Gio. Battista
presso Gio. Pietro Brigonci, 1675. 12mo (cm. 13,6), 30-362 pp. con fregio xilografico al frontespizio e altri fregi n.t. Legatura posteriore in mz. pelle verde con fregi e doppi tasselli rossi con titolo e numerazione al ds. Tagli colorati. Ex Libris nobiliare. Ottimo esemplare. Rara edizione (ICCU, in una sola Biblioteca italiana). Giambonini, n. 190.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l.
2017-05-26 20:37:03
Marino Gio. Battista
presso Gio. Pietro Brigonci, 1675. 12mo (cm. 13,2), 30-362 pp. con fregio xilografico al frontespizio e altri fregi n.t. Legatura posteriore in piena pergamena con titolo ms. al ds. Alcune piccole macchie di inchiostro sulle prime carte, pallidi aloni marginali e qualche antica firma, ma buon esemplare. Rara edizione (ICCU, in una sola Biblioteca italiana). Giambonini, n. 190.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l. [IT]
2017-05-26 20:36:32
Marino Gio. Battista
presso Gio. Pietro Brigonci, in Venetia, 1675. Legatura posteriore in mz. pelle verde con fregi e doppi tasselli rossi con titolo e numerazione al ds. Tagli colorati. Ex Libris nobiliare. Ottimo esemplare. Rara edizione (ICCU, in una sola Biblioteca italiana). Giambonini, n. 190. 12mo (cm. 13,6), 30-362 pp. con fregio xilografico al frontespizio e altri fregi n.t. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Ex Libris ALAI-ILAB/LILA member [Roma, Italy]
2017-05-26 16:16:46
Laugeois De Paris Benoist
Paris 1675 - In-4, 14(ff)np (page de titre + Epistre + Préface + Approbations + Privilège du Roi) - 23pp ( Table des livres canoniques de l'ancien et du nouveau testament) - 742pp - 5(ff)np (Table des Matières contenues dans ce volume), reliure plein veau brun d'époque, dos à cinq nerfs titré et à caissons ornés - complet de sa gravure en regard de la première page de la science universelle - reliure torve, usagée (voir photos jointes), reliure restant solide, trace de mouillure brune haut des feuillets, sinon agréable exemplaire
Bookseller: librairie ESKAL
2017-05-26 09:08:52
PEDRO DE ARRIOLA
Herederos de Pedro Lanaja y Lamarca, Zaragoza, 1675. Materia: Libro antiguo de la segunda mitad del siglo XVII. Historia - Biografía de San Onofre. Publicación: Zaragoza, Herederos de Pedro Lanaja y Lamarca, 1675. Descripción: 11 hojas, 1 grabado, 416 páginas, 4 hojas. Encuadernación pergamino de época. Estado de conservación: Buen estado. Ligeras marcas de oxidación. Revisado completo. RBS1 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: LIBRERIA ANTICUARIA MARGARITA DE DIOS [MADRID, Spain]
2017-05-26 07:23:35
Felipe III
Mallorca, En la imprenta de la Viuda Guasp, 1675. 33x23 cm., [16] páginas. En la portada escudo real rodeado por ancha orla tipográfica. Encuadernado en tela moderna. Felipe III dio esta pragmática en San Lorenzo el 12 de julio de 1614. No se conoce ejemplar con fecha de 1614, y de esta que presentamos (1675) solo un ejemplar en la Biblioteca de la Universidad de Sevilla. No en Palau.
Bookseller: Arteclío S. L. [Pamplona, NA, Spain]
2017-05-25 20:42:03
MARTINIQUE / Französische Antillen / Karibik (Caribbean Sea):
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
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2017-05-25 17:34:47
Francois Antoine Pomey
APUD IO. IACOBUM HERTZ, 1675. In 16. Dim. 15x8,5 cm. Pp. (24)+356+(2).Bella edizione del 1675 di questo fortunato manuale di retorica scritto dall'umanista francese Francois Antoine Pomey (1619-1636).L'opera venne largamente utilizzata nelle scuole gesuitiche. Pomey nacque a Pernes ed entrò nella Compagnia di Gesù nel 1636. Fu insegnante di letteratura e retorica in vari collegi e prefetto degli studi a Lione dove morì. Tra gli argomenti trattati: retorica, eloquenza, oratoria, esempi, esordio, conferma, esortazione, perorazione, pronuncia, periodo, figure del verbo, amplificazione, narrazione favolosa, tesi, luogo comune, sinossi, analisi dell'orazione, filippica, modo di scrivere le lettere, esempi di lettere.Collazionato e risultato completo. In buone condizioni.Copertina in piena pergamena coeva con titolo manoscritto al dorso in buone condizioni generali con lievi usure ai margini e dorso. Legatura in buone condizioni. All'interno le pagine si presentano in buone condizioni con rare fioriture. Lievi gore d'umidità marginali. Resti di carta antica ai contropiatti e alle unghie. Beautiful edition of 1675 of this lucky manual of rhetoric written by the french humanist Francois Antoine Pomey (1619-1636). The work was largely used in jesuit schools. Pomey was born in Pernes and entered in Jesus Company in 1636. He was teacher of litterature and rhetoric in different colleges and prefect of study in Lione where he died.ì Between the issues treated: rhetoric, eloquence, horatory, examples, confirmations, exortation, peroration, pronounciation, period, figures of verb, amplifi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Sephora
2017-05-25 14:31:58
Herbert Croft; Francis Turner]
[London]: 1675 // London: printed by T. R. and sold by Benj. Tooke, 1676. Small Quarto. [6], 64, [8], 48, 51-66. Two pamphlets bound together in contemporary Cambridge panel binding; discrete repair to the bottom of the front joint; small leather loss at the head of the spine; Naked Truth is lacking the last leaf; in this edition signature F is imperfectly imposed, but all pages are present if out of order; the "B" of signature B1 is below the space between "I" and "am", a state not noted in Wing; in Animadversions, the preliminary Imprimatur page is present; the irregular pagination is a printer's flaw called for in Wing, the work is complete; 5 stab holes in the inner margin throughout this pamphlet where it was originally stitched prior to being bound; another work was bound in but has been excised at the end and a dozen or more leaves of stubbing is visible; both pamphlets are tightly trimmed occasionally trimming page numbers or a bit of text on both title pages, but no other text is affected; early inscription in Latin on the front free endpaper. Published anonymously, Croft's attack of the Church of England caused quite a stir. Pleased with the tract, Andrew Marvell followed it quickly with his own attack, "Mr. Smirke; or The Divine in Mode." Several responses were issued in short order including Turner's Animadversions, which is bound here with Croft's pamphlet. The two pamphlets present the heated controversies surrounding the Church of England in the 17th century. (Wing C6970; T3275). Very Good binding. Very Good binding. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Black Swan Books, Incorporated [U.S.A.]
2017-05-25 14:31:58
Marinonus, Petrus
Patavij: Maria Frambotti, 1675. 12mo. A-L7; 105pp. with 35 unnumbered pages with indice (index), not found in any other copies. Latin language with aphorisms from Scripture, scholastic writers, and unknown sources. In 1818 an auction house advertised a later edition (1694) but no copies with the index appear to exist either in OCLC or NUC. very rare item of late Catholic scholastic theology. Bound in an early flexible paper, spine paper nearly gone, early notes to front and rear free endpapers, worm hole through some catchwords near bottom margin of last few leaves, p. 95 present but detached, some damp staining. A good copy of this very rare work.
Bookseller: Alcuin Books, ABAA-ILAB [US]
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2017-05-25 01:14:52
Wingate, Edmund
1675. From Magna Carta to 1675 Wingate, Edm[und (or Edmond)] [1596-1656]. An Exact Abridgment of All Statutes in Force and Use. From the Beginning of Magna Carta Untill 1641. By Edm. Wingate of Grayes-Inne, Esq; With a Continuation, Under Their Proper Titles, Of All Acts in Force and Use, Untill the Year 1675. And Alphabetically Digested Under Apt Titles. Whereto is Annexed Four Tables Directing to the Several Matters and Clauses Throughout the Said Statutes. [London]: Printed by John Streater, Eliz. Flesher, and Henry Twyford, 1675. [viii], 512, 517-756, [136] pp. Woodcut of arms of England on leaf facing title page. Octavo (6-3/4" x 4-1/4"). Contemporary calf, blind panels with corner fleurons to boards, rebacked in period style with raised bands and lettering piece, original endleaves retained. Some minor scuffs and scratches to boards, rubbing to board edges with wear to corners, hinges cracked. Moderate toning to text, occasional faint dampspotting, some edgewear to preliminaries, early annotations and pen doodles to endleaves, a few brief figures in tiny hand below arms of England. A nice copy. $400. * Fifth edition, revised. First published in 1642, Wingate's Exact Abridgment offered a shorter alternative to the lengthy compilations of Rastell and Pulton. A standard work, it was updated and reissued several times. Its final edition appeared in 1708. English Short-Title Catalogue R171954.
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2017-05-24 23:14:48
ALLESTREE, Richard (and others)
London: Printed by R Norton for Robert Pawlett at the Sign of the Bible in Chancery Lane, near Fleet Street, 1675. Full Calf. Rebound in orange-brown calf with gilt lettering to the spine, raised bands and leaf motifs. Frontis, engraved titlepage, titlepage, all present. A few inked scribbled to the fep and titlepage. A clean and fresh copy all the better for a sympathetic rebind.
Bookseller: Worlds End Bookshop (ABA, PBFA, ILAB)
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2017-05-24 23:14:48
ALLESTREE, Richard (1619-81)
London : Printed by R Norton for Robert Pawlett at the Sign of the Bible in Chancery Lane near Fleet Street, 1675. Foolscap 12mo (155 mm); (28), (472), (8) pp; the first leaf bears the royal arms, with an additional engraved title-page, with 'Pawlett' in imprint and 'To the bookseller' page signed: H. Hammond. 'Private devotions for several occasions' has a separate dated title-page; pagination and register are continuous. With a final advertisement leaf 'A Catalogue of some book printed for, and sold by, Robert Pawlet, at the Bible in Chancery-Lane near Fleet-Street. Rebound in later, modern orange-brown calf, raised bands to the spine with gilt lettering and leaf decorations. Page edges dyed pink; several inked initials on endpaper and titlepage which appear to be contemporaneous with the date of book. A Fine copy. Published anonymously and variously attributed to Lady Dorothy Pakington, Archbishop Sterne, Bishop John Fell, or Humphrey Henchman and others, though generally attributed to Richard Allestree (ESTC) [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Worlds End Bookshop (ABA, PBFA, ILAB) [LONDON, United Kingdom]
2017-05-24 16:19:21
Montanus, Arnoldus
Amsterdam, Cornelis Jansz. Zwol 1675. (gegraveerde titelpagina, 22) 626 (62) p. Origineel overslaand Perkament, 12° (Overslag voorplat mist een stukje perkament.).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Roo
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2017-05-24 16:19:21
Montanus, Arnoldus
Bookseller: Antiquariaat de Roo [Zwijndrecht, Netherlands]
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2017-05-23 10:59:17
Schilling, Florentinus:
München, Jäcklin, 1675 und 1676. - 19 x 15 cm. [8] Bl., 402 [i.e. 505] Seiten (Paginierungsfehler: S. 224, 367 und 390 doppelt gezählt, 402 statt 502). Pergamentband der Zeit (etwas altersfleckig, ein paar kleine Wurmstiche im Rückenbereich). *VD17 23:296617K. - Einzige Ausgabe, enthält zahlreiche mit Sprachlust vorgetragene Leichenpredigten. - Titelblatt und Text in barocker Pracht ausgestattet bezüglich der blumigen Sprache und der Ausstattung mit anschaulichem Kupferstich und entsprechender Typographie. - Florentius Schilling (1602-70) war ein sprachgewaltiger Wiener Prediger und Verfasser von zahlreichen Predigtwerken und christlichen Ermahnungsbüchern. Er lebte als eine Art sprachlich-geistiger Vorläufer eine Generation vor dem deutschen Abraham a Santa Clara. Der programmatische Titel zeigt mit welcher Lust und Inbrunst Schlling sein Predigtwerk ausführte als auch die große Bereitschaft des Publikums zur Rezeption solch ausschweifender sprachlicher 'Wollust'. - Teils mit mäßiger Altersbräunung,Titelblatt mit 2 alten Klosterstempeln, insgesamt gut erhalten. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 2000
Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun
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2017-05-22 20:28:50
John Ogilby
13 1/8" x 17 1/4". covering the road from Warrington to West Chester and the branch from Manchester, via Stockport and Buxton, to Derby.A strong, uncoloured impression, as issued, of plate no. 90 from Ogilby's monumental survey of the roads of England and Wales. Covering about 7500 miles and undertaken in his late sixties, it marked the culmination of an extraordinary life encompassing the careers of dancing master, theatre impresario, translator, poet, bookseller, surveyor, cartographer and publisher. Taken at a consistent scale of 1 inch to the mile it revealed the detailed skeleton of the country previously only hinted at : hedges, walls, bridges, hills, streams, fields, houses - even gallows. Britannia was commercially successful and as a result, heavily plagiarised; but gave Ogilby, who died in 1676, the lasting recognition that his efforts deserved.
Bookseller: Michael Morris
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2017-05-22 20:28:50
OGILBY, John
[London: , 1675]. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Very good condition; light offsetting; wide margins. Size: 42 x 34 cm. This handsome road map is from John Ogilvy's Britannia, which was the first survey of the roads of England and Wales. It was also the first graphic delineation of roads which established the practice of representing the road on the continuous unfolding strip. It shows the journey from Welshpool to Carnarvan. The route is shown in seven strips, mile by mile, showing every town, village, wood and milestone along the way. Each strip has a compass rose showing north. Large decorated title cartouche at top centre with royal arms below.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington
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2017-05-22 20:28:50
OGILBY, John;
London John Ogilby n.d. ca. 1675 Early Edition. Large Map. Approx 24 x 20 inches framed. (18 x 14.5 ins within mount.) Hand coloured. Mounted. Framed behind glass in lovely deep wooden frame. In very good condition. Lovely crisp colouring. Vertical centrefold. Some darkening around outermost edges. A lovely example. Glass may need to be removed for transit.
Bookseller: PROCTOR / THE ANTIQUE MAP & BOOKSHOP [DORCHESTER, United Kingdom]
2017-05-22 20:28:50
OGILBY, John.
London, c.1675. Coloured. 330 x 445mm. The road from Llanbadarn Fynydd to Cardiff via Brecon. Plate 64 from Ogilby's 'Britannia', the first national road-atlas of any country in Western Europe. It was composed of maps of seventy-three major roads and cross-roads, presented as trompe-l'œil scrolls, each with a decorative title cartouche. It was the first English atlas on a uniform scale, at one inch to a mile, and the 'mile' Ogilby used became the national standard, the statute mile of 1,760 yards. Ogilby claimed that 26,600 miles of roads were surveyed in the course of preparing the atlas, on foot using the surveyor's wheel depicted in the cartouche, but only about 7,500 were actually depicted in print. It was only after the 'Britannia' that roads started being shown on county maps. Second state, with plate number bottom right.
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [London, United Kingdom]
2017-05-22 20:28:50
OGILBY, John.
London, c.1675, second state. Coloured. 330 x 445mm. Slight restoration to centre fold in title. The complete route from Hereford to Leicester, via Worcester, Bromsgrove and Coventry. Plate 72 from Ogilby's 'Britannia', the first national road-atlas of any country in Western Europe. It was composed of maps of seventy-three major roads and cross-roads, presented as trompe-l'œil scrolls, each with a decorative title cartouche. It was the first English atlas on a uniform scale, at one inch to a mile, and the 'mile' Ogilby used became the national standard, the statute mile of 1,760 yards. Ogilby claimed that 26,600 miles of roads were surveyed in the course of preparing the atlas, on foot pushing a surveyor's wheel, but only about 7,500 were actually depicted in print. It was only after the 'Britannia' that roads started being shown on county maps.
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [London, United Kingdom]
2017-05-22 20:28:50
OGILBY, John.
London, c.1675, second state. Coloured. 330 x 445mm. Repair at centre fold. Two complete routes, also marking Ripon, Richmond & Pontefract. Plate 95 from Ogilby's 'Britannia', the first national road-atlas of any country in Western Europe. It was composed of maps of seventy-three major roads and cross-roads, presented as trompe-l'œil scrolls, each with a decorative title cartouche. It was the first English atlas on a uniform scale, at one inch to a mile, and the 'mile' Ogilby used became the national standard, the statute mile of 1,760 yards. Ogilby claimed that 26,600 miles of roads were surveyed in the course of preparing the atlas, on foot using the surveyor's wheel depicted in the cartouche, but only about 7,500 were actually depicted in print. It was only after the 'Britannia' that roads started being shown on county maps. Second state, with plate number bottom right.
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [London, United Kingdom]
2017-05-22 20:28:50
OGILBY, John.
London, c.1675. Coloured. 330 x 445mm. The route between Welshpool and Caernarfon passing Dolgellau and Harlech. Plate 87 from Ogilby's 'Britannia', the first national road-atlas of any country in Western Europe. It was composed of maps of seventy-three major roads and cross-roads, presented as trompe-l'œil scrolls, each with a decorative title cartouche, in this case with mountain goats and putti. It was the first English atlas on a uniform scale, at one inch to a mile, and the 'mile' Ogilby used became the national standard, the statute mile of 1,760 yards. Ogilby claimed that 26,600 miles of roads were surveyed in the course of preparing the atlas, on foot using the surveyor's wheel depicted in the cartouche, but only about 7,500 were actually depicted in print. It was only after the 'Britannia' that roads started being shown on county maps. Second state, with plate number bottom right.
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [London, United Kingdom]
2017-05-22 20:28:50
OGILBY, John.
London, c.1675, second state. Coloured. 330 x 445mm. The route from St Davids, via Fishguard, Newport and Cardigan to Tal-y-bont. With an allegorical title cartouche. Plate 66 from Ogilby's 'Britannia', the first national road-atlas of any country in Western Europe. It was composed of maps of seventy-three major roads and cross-roads, presented as trompe-l'œil scrolls, each with a decorative title cartouche. It was the first English atlas on a uniform scale, at one inch to a mile, and the 'mile' Ogilby used became the national standard, the statute mile of 1,760 yards. Ogilby claimed that 26,600 miles of roads were surveyed in the course of preparing the atlas, on foot using the surveyor's wheel depicted in the cartouche, but only about 7,500 were actually depicted in print. It was only after the 'Britannia' that roads started being shown on county maps. Second state, with plate number bottom right.
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [London, United Kingdom]
2017-05-22 20:28:50
OGILBY, John.
London, c.1675, second state. Coloured. 330 x 445mm. The complete route, via Thetford and Ipswich. Plate 76 from Ogilby's 'Britannia', the first national road-atlas of any country in Western Europe. It was composed of maps of seventy-three major roads and cross-roads, presented as trompe-l'œil scrolls, each with a decorative title cartouche. It was the first English atlas on a uniform scale, at one inch to a mile, and the 'mile' Ogilby used became the national standard, the statute mile of 1,760 yards. Ogilby claimed that 26,600 miles of roads were surveyed in the course of preparing the atlas, on foot using the surveyor's wheel depicted in the cartouche, but only about 7,500 were actually depicted in print. It was only after the 'Britannia' that roads started being shown on county maps. Second state, with plate number bottom right.
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [London, United Kingdom]
2017-05-22 20:28:50
OGILBY, John.
London, c.1675. Coloured. 330 x 445mm. The route from Tynemouth to Carlisle, via Newcastle, Hexham and Hadrian's Wall. Plate 86 from Ogilby's 'Britannia', the first national road-atlas of any country in Western Europe. It was composed of maps of seventy-three major roads and cross-roads, presented as trompe-l'œil scrolls, each with a decorative title cartouche. It was the first English atlas on a uniform scale, at one inch to a mile, and the 'mile' Ogilby used became the national standard, the statute mile of 1,760 yards. Ogilby claimed that 26,600 miles of roads were surveyed in the course of preparing the atlas, on foot using the surveyor's wheel depicted in the cartouche, but only about 7,500 were actually depicted in print. It was only after the 'Britannia' that roads started being shown on county maps. Second state, with plate number bottom right.
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [London, United Kingdom]
2017-05-22 20:28:50
OGILBY, John.
London, c.1675. Coloured. 330 x 445mm. The complete route from Oxford to Poole in Dorset, via Abingdon, Hungerford & Cranbourne. Plate 93 from Ogilby's 'Britannia', the first national road-atlas of any country in Western Europe. It was composed of maps of seventy-three major roads and cross-roads, presented as trompe-l'œil scrolls, each with a decorative title cartouche. It was the first English atlas on a uniform scale, at one inch to a mile, and the 'mile' Ogilby used became the national standard, the statute mile of 1,760 yards. Ogilby claimed that 26,600 miles of roads were surveyed in the course of preparing the atlas, on foot using the surveyor's wheel depicted in the cartouche, but only about 7,500 were actually depicted in print. It was only after the 'Britannia' that roads started being shown on county maps. Second state, with plate number bottom right.
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [London, United Kingdom]
2017-05-22 20:28:50
OGILBY, John.
London, c.1675, second state. Coloured. 330 x 445mm. The complete route, crossing Chester, Wrexham, Ruabon, Llanfylen, Newtown, Llanbader to Cardiff. Plate 63 from Ogilby's 'Britannia', the first national road-atlas of any country in Western Europe. It was composed of maps of seventy-three major roads and cross-roads, presented as trompe-l'œil scrolls, each with a decorative title cartouche. It was the first English atlas on a uniform scale, at one inch to a mile, and the 'mile' Ogilby used became the national standard, the statute mile of 1,760 yards. Ogilby claimed that 26,600 miles of roads were surveyed in the course of preparing the atlas, on foot using the surveyor's wheel depicted in the cartouche, but only about 7,500 were actually depicted in print. It was only after the 'Britannia' that roads started being shown on county maps. Second state, with plate number bottom right.
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [London, United Kingdom]
2017-05-22 20:28:50
OGILBY, John.
London, c.1675, second state. Coloured. 330 x 445mm. From York to Warrington, via Leeds, Rochdale & Manchester. Plate 89 from Ogilby's 'Britannia', the first national road-atlas of any country in Western Europe. It was composed of maps of seventy-three major roads and cross-roads, presented as trompe-l'œil scrolls, each with a decorative title cartouche, in this case rustic figures. It was the first English atlas on a uniform scale, at one inch to a mile, and the 'mile' Ogilby used became the national standard, the statute mile of 1,760 yards. Ogilby claimed that 26,600 miles of roads were surveyed in the course of preparing the atlas, on foot using the surveyor's wheel depicted in the cartouche, but only about 7,500 were actually depicted in print. It was only after the 'Britannia' that roads started being shown on county maps. Second state, with plate number bottom right.
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [London, United Kingdom]
2017-05-22 20:28:50
OGILBY, John.
London, c.1675. Coloured. 330 x 445mm. The complete route, via Wells, Glastonbury & Crewkerne. Plate 60 from Ogilby's 'Britannia', the first road atlas of England & Wales, first published in 1675. It was only after his work that roads started being shown on county maps. The route is shown on scroll-like strips, with a decorative strapwork title cartouche. Second state, with plate number bottom right.
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [London, United Kingdom]
2017-05-22 20:28:50
OGILBY, John.
London, c.1675, second state. Old colour with additions. 330 x 445mm. From Basingstoke to Weymouth, via Cranbourne, Blandford & Dorchester. From Ogilby's 'Britannia', the first road atlas of England & Wales, first published in 1675. It was only after his work that roads started being shown on county maps. The routes are shown on scroll-like strips, with a decorative title cartouche
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [London, United Kingdom]
2017-05-22 20:28:50
OGILBY, John.
London, c.1675. Coloured. 330 x 445mm. The second of four sheets covering the route from London to Holyhead on Anglesea, showing from Towcester in Northamptonshire to Lichfield in Staffordshire, via Daventry & Coventry. Plate 22 from Ogilby's 'Britannia', the first national road-atlas of any country in Western Europe. It was composed of maps of seventy-three major roads and cross-roads, presented as trompe-l'œil scrolls, each with a decorative title cartouche. It was the first English atlas on a uniform scale, at one inch to a mile, and the 'mile' Ogilby used became the national standard, the statute mile of 1,760 yards. Ogilby claimed that 26,600 miles of roads were surveyed in the course of preparing the atlas, on foot using the surveyor's wheel depicted in the cartouche, but only about 7,500 were actually depicted in print. It was only after the 'Britannia' that roads started being shown on county maps. Second state, with plate number bottom right.
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [London, United Kingdom]
2017-05-22 20:28:50
OGILBY, John.
London, c.1675, second state. Old colour with additions. 330 x 445mm. Map of the roads from Stony Stratford to Derby, via Northampton & Leicester, published in Ogilby's 'Britannia', the world's first atlas to feature road maps.
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [London, United Kingdom]
2017-05-22 20:28:50
OGILBY, JOHN.
(London ) n.d. but, 1675. Hand-coloured, copper-engraving, 12.5 x 16.5 inches, with decorative cartouche. Wide margins, a very good copy with attractive colouring. Published in 'Britannia', John Ogilby's famous strip road maps were the first engraved sheets to map England's roads. They combine a decorative title cartouche with the detailed and practical arrangement of sections or strips, in this case six strips from London in the lower left corner of the map, through Lewisham and Bromley, Sevenoaks, Tonbridge and on via Lamberhurst to Rye. KENT MAPS KENT MAPS- ROADS 17TH CENTURY KENT
Bookseller: Marrins Bookshop [Folkestone, KENT, United Kingdom]
2017-05-22 20:28:50
DOVER - OGILBY, JOHN.
(London ) n.d. but, 1675. Handcoloured copper engraving 12« x 16« inches, with decorative cartouche. A very good copy with wide margins and attractive colouring. John Ogilby's famous strip road maps were the first engraved sheets to map England's roads. They combine a decorative title cartouche with the detailed and practical arrangement of sections or strip, in this case six strips from London in the lower left corner of the map, though Rochester and Canterbury to Dover. PRINTS/MAPS MAPS 17TH CENTURY MAPS- PRINTS/MAPS
Bookseller: Marrins Bookshop [Folkestone, KENT, United Kingdom]
2017-05-22 20:28:50
OGILBY, John.
Britannia, 1675, first edition.. Plate 54 from "Britannia, Volume the First. Or, an Illustration of the Kingdom of England and Dominion of Wales: by a Geographical and Historical Description of the Principal Roads thereof. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Very good condition; light offsetting; wide margins. Size: 45.5 x 35.5 cm. This handsome road map is from John Ogilvy's Britannia, which was the first survey of the roads of England and Wales. It was also the first graphic delineation of roads which established the practice of representing the road on the continuous unfolding strip. It shows the journey from London to Yarmouth. The route is shown in six strips, mile by mile, showing every town, village, wood and milestone along the way. Each strip has a compass rose showing north. Large decorated title cartouche at top centre with royal arms below.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington [United Kingdom]
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