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2015-05-12 12:54:33
Moller, D.G.; Phillipe Fermin; R. J. Camerarius; Marbodus, Bishop of Rennes; F. E. Bruckmann; Erasmus Stella; J. E. Hebenstreit; G. L. Hueber; R. A. Vogel; J. G. Roederer; Johannes Reiske; Jean Etienne Guettard; J. H. Hottinger; J. T. Hensing; Muller;
Bookseller: Kurt Gippert Bookseller (ABAA) [U.S.A.]
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2015-05-12 12:54:33
Moller, D.G.; Phillipe Fermin; R. J. Camerarius; Marbodus, Bishop of Rennes; F. E. Bruckmann; Erasmus Stella; J. E. Hebenstreit; G. L. Hueber; R. A. Vogel; J. G. Roederer; Johannes Reiske; Jean Etienne Guettard; J. H. Hottinger; J. T. Hensing; Muller;
Bookseller: Kurt Gippert Bookseller ABAA [Chicago, IL, U.S.A.]
2015-05-12 12:54:33
Moller, D.G.; Phillipe Fermin; R. J. Camerarius; Marbodus, Bishop of Rennes; F. E. Bruckmann; Erasmus Stella; J. E. Hebenstreit; G. L. Hueber; R. A. Vogel; J. G. Roederer; Johannes Reiske; Jean Etienne Guettard; J. H. Hottinger; J. T. Hensing; Muller;
Bookseller: Kurt Gippert Bookseller (ABAA) [U.S.A.]
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2015-04-20 19:33:14
De Courcelles, Étienne
Amstelodami: Apud Danielem Elservirium Folio (31 cm, 12.2"). [18] ff., 1028, [34] pp.. 1675 Sole edition of theological works by the => leader of the Remonstrants (who was also a personal friend of Descartes). Courcelles, a minister at Amiens, became chair of Arminian theology at the Remonstrant Seminary in Amsterdam after Episcopius, who founded the school in 1634. The famous Elzevir print shop published this volume edited by Philippus van Limborch (1633–1712), Courcelles' student and successor. The eulogy following Limborch's preface was written by Arnold Poelenberg (1628–66), another professor at the Seminary whose remarks are still considered the => most important source of information on Courcelles' life (1586–1659). The Latin text is printed in roman and italic with occasional Greek and decorated with handsome woodcut initials and tailpieces. The title-page, printed in red and black, features the printer's device of Daniel Elzevir, the Minerva. Provenance: Swirly red stamp (not a rubber-stamp) blazoning owner's initials in a complicated monogram within a wreath, title-page verso. Contemporary full vellum with early ink title to spine, red speckled edges; leather scuffed and lightly soiled, upper joint starting. Ex-library: bookplate and old penciling on front pastedown. Waterstaining in outer margin of first eight leaves then intermittently, minor foxing on a few leaves only, occasional small ink blotches; tiniest touches of worming in bottom margin of 250 pages or so in middle of text and starting again at end, most noticeable on rear pastedown. Provenance mark as … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SessaBks, A Division of the Philadelphia
2015-04-20 19:33:14
De Courcelles, Étienne
Amstelodami: Apud Danielem Elservirium Folio (31 cm, 12.2"). [18] ff., 1028, [34] pp.. 1675 Sole edition of theological works by the => leader of the Remonstrants (who was also a personal friend of Descartes). Courcelles, a minister at Amiens, became chair of Arminian theology at the Remonstrant Seminary in Amsterdam after Episcopius, who founded the school in 1634. The famous Elzevir print shop published this volume edited by Philippus van Limborch (1633?-1712), Courcelles' student and successor. The eulogy following Limborch's preface was written by Arnold Poelenberg (1628?-66), another professor at the Seminary whose remarks are still considered the => most important source of information on Courcelles' life (1586?-1659). The Latin text is printed in roman and italic with occasional Greek and decorated with handsome woodcut initials and tailpieces. The title-page, printed in red and black, features the printer's device of Daniel Elzevir, the Minerva. Provenance: Swirly red stamp (not a rubber-stamp) blazoning owner's initials in a complicated monogram within a wreath, title-page verso. Contemporary full vellum with early ink title to spine, red speckled edges; leather scuffed and lightly soiled, upper joint starting. Ex-library: bookplate and old penciling on front pastedown. Waterstaining in outer margin of first eight leaves then intermittently, minor foxing on a few leaves only, occasional small ink blotches; tiniest touches of worming in bottom margin of 250 pages or so in middle of text and starting again at end, most noticeable on rear pastedown. Provenance mark as … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-04-19 04:55:55
Gregor I. ( Papst - Gregorius Magnus )
Paris, Lutetiae Parisiorum, Impensis Societatis Typographicae Librorum Officii Ecclesiastici jussu Regis constitutae, 1675.. ( Drucker: Societe Typographique Paris ) Mit 8 n.n.Blättern ( u.a. mit *Index Capitum* ), Titelblatt in rot und schwarz gedruckt mit schöner gestochener Vignette, 1614 Spalten ( = 807 Seiten ), 89 Seiten ( Index Rerum et Verborum ).Mit einigen gestochenen Vignetten im Text. Blindgepräger Schweinslederband über Holzdeckeln mit umlaufendem Rotschnitt, Folio ( 39 x 24,5 cm ). Einband berieben, etwas fleckig und angestaubt, Ecken und Kanten bestoßen, etwas wurmstichig, der Vorderdeckel mit kleiner Fehlstelle im Bezug zur rechten unteren Ecke hin. Zu den Schließen hin ist der Einband teils etwas rostfleckig. Der schmale Einbandrücken von alter Hand tituliert * Operum S.Gregor, Tom. II*. Von den 2 Einbandschließen ist eine noch vorhanden und funktionistüchtig, die andere Schließe ist nur noch rudimentär vorhanden. Innen mehrere alte Besitzvermerke auf dem Vorsatzblatt und Titelblatt, Seiten teils etwas fleckig, stock- oder fingerfleckig, einige Seiten angeknickt bzw. eselsohrig, Seiten teils etwas wurmstichig ( fast ausschließlich im weißen Rand außerhalb des Textes - nur wenige Seiten mit kleinem Buchstabenverlust durch Wurmstichigkeit ).Hinteres Vorsatzblatt stärker beschädigt und rostfleckig. - sehr selten - ( Gewicht 3300 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available // additional pics on request ).
Bookseller: Buchhandlung & Antiquariat Friederichsen
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2015-04-11 17:16:27
God
Herbert# 719A, 1675, FIRST EDITION, FIRST ISSUE, very good,  4TO, 8.5 " x  6.5" x  3", a rare example that is lavishly illustrated with 240 engravings,: Oxford University Press has a rich history which can be traced back to the earliest days of printing. The first book was printed in Oxford in 1478, just two years after Caxton set up the first printing press in England. The University was involved with several printers in Oxford over the next century, although there was no formal university press. In 1586 the University of Oxford's right to print books was recognized in a decree from the Star Chamber. This was enhanced in the Great Charter secured by Archbishop Laud from King Charles I, which entitled the University to print 'all manner of books'. Delegates were first appointed by the University to oversee this process in 1633. Minutes of their deliberations are recorded dating back to 1668. The structure of Oxford University Press (OUP) as it exists today began to develop in a recognizable form from that time. The University also established its right to print the King James Authorized Version of the Bible in the seventeenth century. This Bible Privilege formed the basis of OUP's publishing activities throughout the next two centuries. From the late 1800s OUP began to expand significantly, opening the first overseas OUP office in New York in 1896. Other international branches followed, including Canada (1904), Australia (1908), India (1912), Southern Africa (1914). Today OUP has offices in 50 countries, and is the largest university press in the world.COLLATION AND CONDITI … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Ancient Words Ever True Rare Bibles
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2015-04-08 10:18:03
FIORAVANTI LEONARDO.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
2015-04-06 13:51:25
Procopius ( v. Templin ) ( Procopium, Capucciner von Templin )
Johann Baptista Mayr Salzburg 1675 6 n.n. Blätter, 269 Seiten, 9 n.n. Blätter ( Index textuum et locorum sowie Inhaltsregister aller merkwürdigen Sachen in diesem V. Catechismal-Opuse ), Einige gestochene Vignetten im Text. Pergament der Zeit mit 2 intakten Messingschließen, 8°. Inhalt: Am Fest der Empfängnis Mariae - Am Fest der Geburt Mariae - Am Fest der Offenbarung Mariae - Am Fest der Verkündigung Mariae - Am Fest der Heimsuchung Mariae - Am Fest der Reinigung Mariae oder Lichtmeß-Tag - Am Fest der Himmelfahrt Mariae. Einband etwas berieben, etwas fleckig und etwas angestaubt. Bibliotheksschildchen auf dem Vorderdeckel sowie Reste eines Bibliotheksschildchens auf dem Rücken. Oberes Kapital leicht angeplatzt. Innen Reste eines Exlibris auf Spiegel vorn sowie diverse Besitzeintragungen von alter Hand. Vorsatz mit Eckabschnitt oben. Titelseite und erste Seiten stärker stock-und braunfleckig, sonst gelegentlich leicht stockfleckig bzw. braunfleckig. S. 250 oberste Zeile abgerieben, dadurch kaum leserlich. Buchschnitt stärker fleckig. Insgesamt durchaus ordentliches Exemplar.- selten - ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available ) Versand D: 6,00 EUR Predigten, Kinderpredigten, Salzburg, Templin, Evangelien, Katechismus, Maria, Marienverehrung, Jungfrau Maria, Mutter Gottes
Bookseller: Antiquariat Friederichsen [Germany]
2015-03-28 16:29:51
Gregor I: ( Papst )
Paris, Lutetiae Parisiorum, Impensis Societatis Typographicae Librorum Officii Ecclesiastici jussu Regis constitutae, 1675.. ( Drucker: Societe Typographique Paris ) Mit 4 n.n.Blättern, Titelblatt in rot und schwarz gedruckt mit schöner gestochener Vignette, 1127 Seiten, 89 Seiten ( Index Rerum et Verborum ).Mit einigen gestochenen Vignetten im Text. Blindgepräger Schweinslederband über Holzdeckeln mit umlaufendem Rotschnitt, Folio ( 39 x 24,5 cm ). Einband berieben, etwas fleckig und angestaubt, leicht wurmstichig, Ecken und Kanten bestoßen, der schmale Einbandrücken zum unteren Kapital hin angeplatzt und ausgefranst. Der schmale Einbandrücken von alter Hand tituliert * Operum S.Gregor, Tom. III*. Von den 2 Einbandschließen ist eine noch vorhanden und funktionistüchtig, die andere Schließe ist nur noch rudimentär vorhanden.. Innen 2 alte Besitzvermerke auf dem Titelblatt sowie oben auf dem Titelblatt eine alte handschriftliche Noitz. Seiten teils etwas fleckig, stock- oder fingerfleckig, wenige Seiten auch stärker. Einige Seiten angeknickt bzw. eselsohrig. Seiten teils zum Unterrand außerhalb des Textes etwas wurmstichig ( ohne Text- oder Buchstabenverlust , hinteres Vorsatzblatt stärker wurmstichig ). - sehr selten - ( Gewicht 2700 Gramm ).
Bookseller: Buchhandlung & Antiquariat Friederichsen
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2015-03-26 16:46:59
Hensbergen, Hieronymus von
König Hamburg Detailreiche Kupferstichkarte im Maß 37 x 42 cm ( Höhe x Breite ). Gerahmt ( Rahmenmaß: 58 x 61 cm ). Mit Titelkartusche oben Mitte, drei Erläuterungskartuschen unten ( mit Angabe von 39 einzeln bezeichneten Gebäuden, Straßen oder Plätzen ). Mit dem Festungswerk Hamburg, gestochen um 1675. Unter Passepartout unter Glas gerahmt. Die Karte etwas fleckig, sonst guter Zustand, der Rahmen gering bestoßen. ( Bitte beachten: Hier stark erhöhte Portokosten von 80.- € innerhalb Deutschlands und der EU aufgrund der Größe und Sperrgutversand – bitte Portokosten vor Bestellung mit mir abklären. Weltweite Versandkosten außerhalb der EU bitte anfragen ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ) Versand D: 6,00 EUR Hamburg, Kupfer, Kupferstich, Kupferstichkarte, Karte, Hensbergen, König, Festung, Fortifikation, Stadtmauer, Wall, Graben, Ringmauer, Schanzen, Google
Bookseller: Antiquariat Friederichsen [Hamburg, Germany]
2015-03-14 10:11:42
[Aldimari, Biagio; Pseud.:] Tobia Almagiore.
Naples, (Michele Monaco for) Antonio Bulifon, 1675.. 4to. (8), 120 [instead of 122], (6) pp. (wanting f. J4, supplied in ms.). (Bound with) II: Loffredo, Ferrante, Marchese di Trevico. L'antichita di Pozzuolo et luoghi convicini. [Ibid., 1675]. 38 pp. (wanting 4 pp. of prelims. [title, dedication] and final blank). 19th-c. half calf with giltstamped labels to spine.. Two valuable works on the history of Naples and its environs published simultaneously by Bulifon. Loffredo's account of Pozzuoli is often found appended to this publisher's productions of the time, when appropriate. - Variously browned throughout due to paper; some worming to margins. From the library of the Ducs de Luynes at the Chateau de Dampierre: their bookplate reproducing the arms of Charles Marie d'Albert de Luynes (1783-1839), 7th Duc de Luynes, on pastedown. - Libr. Vinciana 901. ICCU SBLE\013441; SBLE\009883.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
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2015-03-13 12:55:00
GODARD, Pierre.
Goldsmith, BMC STC French G-482; Houzeau-Lancaster 5299; Thorndike VIII, p. 334; Wellcome III, p. 128; KVK/WorldCat (3 copies); not in Krivatsky; De La Lande. First edition of a rare and remarkable "introduction to astrological judgments" carefully attempting to skirt along the edges of papal decrees that could be interpreted as prohibiting astrological predictions. It includes "ephemerides" giving tables of the positions and aspects of the sun, moon and planets for every year from 1675 (aspects 1678) to 1700. It then provides extensive predictions based on this data, intended as aids to medicine, agriculture, navigation and the making of horoscopes. The title-page cautiously notes that it provides these "sans neanmoins déroger au liberal arbitre, ny aux decrets de léglise Catholique". This wording is clearly a defence against any claim that might be made that such predictions went against the papal bulls of 1586 and 1631 concerning free will. There is also a brief treatise on talismans and a discussion of "sympathetic powder" and ink, supposedly written by Jean-Albert Belin (1610-1677). A second edition appeared at Rouen in 1689.With manuscript diagrams for the year 1651 on an endleaf and owners' inscriptions on the title-page. A small tear in fol. g2 occurred before printing, for parts of two words are printed on the folded-over flap. In very good condition, with the volvelle dial with its rotating disk and arm perfectly preserved.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)
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2015-03-12 18:02:08
LUPTON, Thomas..:
London, printed by Henry Bruges, for John Wright, 1675.very witty, usefull, and delightfull.1675, (first published 1579), small 8vo, approximately 165 x 100 mm, 6½ x 4 inches, pages: (6), 1 - 58, 69 - 403, (i.e. 294), (35) - alphabetical table, error of pagination at page 59, signatures correct, several other mispaginations, collated and guaranteed complete, page 304 misnumbered 403, modern full panelled calf, gilt lettered maroon morocco label, extra gilt spine. Title page faintly browned and very slightly dusty, with a couple of tiny brown spots, 3 small ink numbers in lower margin, many pages faintly age - browned, print is a little faint in a couple of places, easily legible, occasional ink "x" in the margin, very small closed tear to lower margin of 1 page, neatly repaired, tiny piece torn from 1 fore - edge margin, tiny worm track in fore - edge margin pages 243 - 274, continuing as a tiny single hole to final page of the index, most neatly repaired, a few very small light stains or marks, mainly to margins. A good copy of an early conjuring book. See Toole Stott, A Bibliography of English Conjuring 1581 - 1876, Volume I, page 153 No. 446. The book contains a number of simple conjuring tricks: A pretty device to put out and light a candle, to make them marvel that sees it; To make a writing being cast into the fire to leap out again; How to draw an egg through a ring; To make a glass with water burn anything nigh to it; That writing shall not be read unless the same be put first in the water; How to make a candle that it shall not be put out; To turn white wine into r … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.
2015-03-03 17:23:20
Sylvius II. Friedrich, Herzog von Württemberg-Oels (1651-1697).
Oels, 25. IV. [um 1675?].. 2 SS. auf Doppelblatt. Kl.-4to. Mit eh. Adresse (Faltbrief).. Krankenbericht an den Herzog Georg von Württemberg-Mömpelgard (1626-99), vielleicht über den Sohn des Adressaten, Leopold Eberhard (1670-1723): "E. gn. berichte gehorsamst in eil daß der H. Leopold Eb. [?] umb 9 Uhr einen kurtzen atem bekommen welcher zwar Gott lob gar balde sich wider verlohren, selber [?] auch darauf lustig geweßen u. gelachet. Sie husten aber doch dabey mehr alß ander mahl. Umb 10 uhr sind sie zu bette gegangen. Da sie unter dem gebette gar sanfft zu schlaffen angefangen iedoch im schlaffe ein wenig auch gehustet aber wenn sie nur auß gespihn gehabt früh wider eingeschlaffen, Gott gebe daß es sich wider bald völlig beßern möge [...]". - Spuren der alten Faltung; kl. Eckläsur von Siegelöffnung (kein Textverlust).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
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2015-03-01 04:32:05
LUPTON, Thomas..:
London, printed by Henry Bruges, for John Wright, 1675. very witty, usefull, and delightfull.1675, (first published 1579), small 8vo, approximately 165 x 100 mm, 6½ x 4 inches, pages: (6), 1-58, 69-403, (i.e. 294), (35) - alphabetical table, error of pagination at page 59, signatures correct, several other mispaginations, collated and guaranteed complete, page 304 misnumbered 403, modern full panelled calf, gilt lettered maroon morocco label, extra gilt spine. Title page faintly browned and very slightly dusty, with a couple of tiny brown spots, 3 small ink numbers in lower margin, many pages faintly age-browned, print is a little faint in a couple of places, easily legible, occasional ink "x" in the margin, very small closed tear to lower margin of 1 page, neatly repaired, tiny piece torn from 1 fore-edge margin, tiny worm track in fore-edge margin pages 243-274, continuing as a tiny single hole to final page of the index, most neatly repaired, a few very small light stains or marks, mainly to margins.  A good copy of an early conjuring book.  See Toole Stott, A Bibliography of English Conjuring 1581-1876, Volume I, page 153 No. 446.  The book contains a number of simple conjuring tricks:  A pretty device to put out and light a candle, to make them marvel that sees it; To make a writing being cast into the fire to leap out again; How to draw an egg through a ring; To make a glass with water burn anything nigh to it;  That writing shall not be read unless the same be put first in the water; How to make a candle that it shall not be put out; To turn white wine into red;  To … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-02-20 17:21:22
FOSTER, JAMES
Printed for the Author and Sold by Mr. Noon J. and P. Knapton [et al.]. First edition.. Spines somewhat rubbed; hinges starting, but sound; very nice copy.. NCBEL II, 1675. 2 vols, 4to, contemporary sprinkled calf, brown leather labels, gilt decorations and lettering. Frontis portrait. Errata leaf in volume two. An important work by a dissenter and celebrated preacher, James Foster (1697-1753). Included are chapters on self-denial, education, the duties of children, wives and parents, benevolence, masters and servants, civil government, etc.
Bookseller: The Brick Row Book Shop
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2015-02-16 21:21:33
Saxe, (Sachse), M.
1675. . Vgl. Wegehaupt III, 3147.- Selten.- Die erste Auflage erschien 1597 in Dresden. Das Werk gilt als 'Ringeltaube' unter den frühen Kinder- und Jugendbüchern (vgl. Göbels, Hundert alte Kinderbücher aus Barock und Aufklärung).- Kopfsteg knapp beschnitten (vereinzelt Verlust der Seitenzahl bzw. Kopfzeile), vereinzelt leicht fleckig, wenige alte handschriftliche Anstreichungen.-
Bookseller: Antiquariat Daniel Schramm e.K.
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2015-02-11 12:25:20
Otto (Otho) Joh(ann). Heinrich
. . Zaunmüller 178 - Steinschneider 2080 - Fürst III, 59 - Zedner 623 - nicht in VD17, Zischka u. Slg. Seemann.- Einzige zu Lebzeiten des Verfassers erschienen Ausgabe des rabbinischen Wörterbuches.- Titel mehrf. gestempelt, tls. etw. stockfleckig, gebräunt od. mit leichtem Wasserrand, Ebd. berieben u. bestoßen.- Kein Exemplar im Jahrbuch d. Auktionspreise.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller
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2015-02-07 02:51:49
Hale, Matthew
One of Hale's few published and polemical scientific works, disputing the theories of Descartes and Robert Boyle, relying in significant part upon Aristotle, and evidencing his "chosen public statement of the correct approach to the natural world". Modern calf, some light browning, else a good copy, with the addendum at p.281 and the folding table at page 304, neither noted in ESTC. Printed by W. Godbid, for William Shrowsbury [etc.], London, 1675.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2015-01-17 00:50:06
. Archiepiscopatus Salisburgensis cum octonis episcopatibus metropolitano Salisburgensi subiectis. Kupferstichkarte v. Rupert Marith Salzburg 1675, 42,5 x 54 cm - wir garantieren für die Echtheit. Schaup 8.3.1., (Abb. 113) - Zaisberger L.25.- Sehr seltene, erste repräsentative Karte der Kirchenprovinz Salzburgs von dem bedeutenden Landvermesser Rupert Marith (ca.1639-1709?) geschaffen; erschien auch als Beilage in der Chronik v. Mezger "Historia Salisburgensis".- Alte Faltungen geglättet.
Bookseller: Kunsthandlung Johannes Müller
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2015-01-16 11:22:02
LASTMANS, Cornelius Jansz
Amsterdam: By Hendrik Donkker, in Compagnie Met Jacob En Casparus Loots-man, 1675. Two parts in one volume. [4], 236, [2], 46pp, [16]. Woodcut diagrams to text. Contemporary mottled calf, spine richly gilt, with contrasting red morocco lettering-piece. Marbled edges. Slightly rubbed, with small splits to upper joint at head and foot of spine and a little loss to lettering-piece. Small stain to lower-edge of text block. Paper flaw to Cc1 affecting a single word to recto, Dd1r (table) slightly shaved at foot. Cornelis Jansz. Lastman (fl.1620-40s), mathematician and Dutch sailor, Captain of the ship Pascaert in 1626. Appointed as an official examiner of nautical pilots by Amsterdam in 1619 and sometime nautical schoolmaster with rooms in the Golden Quadrant of the same city, Lastman appears infrequently in the history of Dutch navigation, but almost exclusively as an avowed expert. This detailed, fundamental and definitive work on the science of navigation, with an extensive nautical almanack added as an appendix, appeared in several editions between 1642 and 1715. Judging by the scarcity of each in both insitutions and commerce, few have survived, making the condition of this copy all the more remarkable. OCLC locates only two copies of this edition, at Leiden and Rostock. . Quarto.
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2015-01-05 22:48:36
ZOESIUS Henricus.
Sumptibus Viduae Andreae Bingii 1675 Testo latino. Cm.20,6x16,5. Pg.1148, (64). Legatura in piena pelle. Tassello con titoli e fregi in oro al dorso a tre nervature. Vistose spellature alla coperta. Tagli bruniti. Marginatura limitata e bruniture. Marca tipografica al frontespizio. Henricus Zoesius è il nome latinizzato di Hendrik Jacob Zoes (Amersfort, 1571 - 1627), che fu docente prima di lingua greca poi di Istituzioni e Pandette nella Università di Lovanio. Il presente Commentario alle Pandette costituisce la sua opera principale.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Pera
2015-01-02 18:56:22
Lodge, John / de Fer, Nicholas / Kitchin, Thomas / Whymper, etc
recently released from the South Shields Library (Reference Department). Excellent collection of rare maps. We only list here the content of volume I, please ask for full list. The maps in this collection are all attached (glue) to paper. The majoritiy of the maps are not extractable since the compiler of this Sammelband did not single them out but used the verso to attache the next map. This does not apply to all maps and especially not to the John Lodge maps (except one) - which are (with the one exception) extractable. The John Lodge maps all in very good condition. The majority of the rare maps in this collection are in good to very good condition. Please ask for the option of images for single maps.. c.1675-1900. 8°-4°. Maps well attached, often trimmed inside plate mark (Full, thorough list of maps available). Original half morocco. recently released from the South Shields Library (Reference Department). Excellent collection of rare maps. We only list here the content of volume I, please ask for full list. The maps in this collection are all attached (glue) to paper. The majoritiy of the maps are not extractable since the compiler of this Sammelband did not single them out but used the verso to attache the next map. This does not apply to all maps and especially not to the John Lodge maps (except one) - which are (with the one exception) extractable. The John Lodge maps all in very good condition. The majority of the rare maps in this collection are in good to very good condition. Please ask for the option of images for single maps.
Bookseller: The Time Traveller's Bookshop
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2015-01-01 09:19:07
Ferselius Thomas
. . Nicht im VD 17 u. BL, German books.- Der erste in Linz erschienene Teil sehr selten.- Beide Bände in erster Ausgabe.- Die Rosenkranzbruderschaft ist eine von Dominikanern im 15. Jahrhundert gestiftete Gemeinschaft von Laien. Ihr Ziel ist die Vertiefung der Frömmigkeit breiter Volksmassen durch das Rosenkranzgebet.- Der Verfasser war Ordens Beichtvater im Dominikanerinnenkloster Windhaag u. später Prior im Dominikanerkloster St. Peter u. Paul in Krems.- Beide Titel mit hs. Besitzvermerk der Pfarre St. Martin in Innervillgraten, Titel v. 1. Tl. etw. fleckig, insges. nur leicht gebräunt u. tls. etw. wasserfleckig, Ebde. etw. fleckig u. berieben.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller
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2014-12-27 07:18:38
Jean-Baptiste La Barre
Paris - Chez Estienne Michallet 1675 - A scarce biographicalaccount of the life of Marie Agnes Dauvaine. With a beautiful full-page portrait of Marie and attractive headpieces. Marie Agnes Dauvaine (1602-1665) was a French nun from Nancy. After being introduced to the Duchess of Mantua, she decided to join the nuns of L'Annonciade Celeste, but faced opposition from her parents. Instead, Marie lived the life of a nun herself. After the death of her parents, she was able reach her goal and joined the convent in Paris in1619. By 1635 Marie was elected prioress, a position she held for thirty years, alternating with others in accordance with tradition. Jean-Baptiste La Barre wrote his biography of Marie Agnes Dauvaine in 1675,ten years after her death. With attractive bookplates to front endpapers of a Ramsgate Monastery and one Mary Barbara Hales. Condition: In a vellum binding. Externally, a trifle rubbed with wear to extremities, particularly to tail of spine. Front hinge slightly strained but firm. Internally, binding loosening slightly in places. Loss to bottom of front free endpaper. Institutional bookplates and a label to front endpapers. Three leaves have been replacedwith very neatly hand-written early copperplate manuscriptversions. Bright and generally clean. Overall: GOOD [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Rooke Books PBFA
2014-12-13 14:47:03
Sheppard, William
Sheppard's last work and, with his earlier abridgment (upon which this work is based), a pioneering one, the first to be in English and the first, in Holdsworth's words, to consist of "scientifically constructed treatises on all branches of the law". Contemporary calf, quite worn, rebacked, ex-library, some foxing and browning, yet still a good usable set. Printed by E. Flesher, J. Streater, and B. Twyford [etc.], London, 1675.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2014-12-06 18:34:12
NICOLS, T.
diejenigen/ so mit Edel-Gesteinen handeln und umbgehen ... auss dem Englischen in Teutsch übersetzet und herausgegeben von Johann Langen. Hamburg, in Verlegung Johann Naumanns und Georg Wolffs-Buchh., 1675. Small-8vo. pp. (16), 249, (7). Contemporary vellum. First German edition. The original English edition was published in 1652. "Regarding the text proper, this is the first independent gemological book written or published by a British author. The text is distinctly in two parts, the first being a general treatise on gemstones in 25 unnumbered chapters, while the second, entitled 'Books of particulars', contains 89 numbered chapters, each describing a gemstone, stone, fossil, or other substance then regarded as valuable and classed with precious stones' (Sinkankas 4754). Like the first English edition this first German edition is rare. A fine copy.//Ferguson II, p. 139; Sinkankas 4757.
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2014-12-02 22:44:06
Mediolani: Typis Antonij Malateste 1675. HLDr. der Zeit mit Lederecken, Rückenvergoldung und Rückenschildchen, [36]+104 Seiten, 16°, Einband leicht berieben und abgegriffen, Vorsatz recto & verso mit Besitzeranmerkungen, Signaturen (mit Bunt- und Bleistift); Titelblatt gleichfalls gestempelt und mit alter Signatur, Titelblatt am unteren Rand beschmutzt, Seiten leicht altersgebräunt, sonst sehr guter Zustand. Book Language/s: la [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antikvariat Valentinska [Praha, Czech Republic]
2014-12-01 14:01:37
Wolley (Woolley) Hannah
London: Richard Lowndes, 1675. Third Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. Full contemporary sheep rebacked with the original spine laid back down. Some browning, especially at page edges, foxing and minor stains. Bound without the supplement - two parts in one, the second title page dated 1674. (viii), 344, (28), the final 2 pages are ads for pills, powders and lozenges. Cagle 1063, Vicaire 878. Wolley (sometimes Wooley, Wolly) was the first name brand in household books and the first woman to publish a cookbook in English. She published a string of popular works beginning with The Ladies Directory in 1661, but it was her Cook's Guide (1664) which established her name and led to The Queen-Like Closet (1st ed. 1670). Her cookery is a sustained attempt to adapt current recipes and methods for non professional kitchens. Size: 12mo (duodecimo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Cooking, Wine & Dining; Inventory No: CAT000144.
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2014-12-01 13:08:59
Giovanni Battista Scanaroli
ROMAE: ROMAE TYPIS REBVERENDAE CAMERAE APOSTOLICAE , 1675. In folio. Dim. 34,5x24 cm. Pp. (152)+570+(2)125+(15). Peso Kg. 2,500. Edizione del 1675 dell'importante trattato sulle carceri romane scritto da Giovanni Battista Scanaroli (1579-1665) originario di Modena e vescovo di Sidona. Scanaroli, avvocato dei poveri a Roma e delegato della Congregazione per le visite alle prigioni, fu colui che con più competenza identificò le problematiche giuridiche ed assistenziali delle carceri romane nel XVII secolo Lo scopo principale dell'opera non era meramente giuridico, sebbene Scanaroli fosse competente in quell'ambito, ma una difesa dei carcerati, un tentativo di aiuto umanitario per migliorare la loro situazione. Scanaroli fornisce un'accurata descrizione della suddivisione interna delle carceri, ciò che accadeva e le varie situazioni a cui assisteva: usi e abusi; provvigioni per i carcerati, le meretrici; correzione; carcerazione dei figli, coniugi e clero; visite giuridiche; cauzione; le varie punizioni (supplizi, mutilazione dei membri, fustigazione, carcere a vita) in base alla colpa; le spese; testimoni; trattamento degli ebrei; alimenti. Una parte dedicata alle torture inflitte ai carcerati: Scanaroli analizza il passaggio da un tormento all'altro durante la tortura ed esorta ad ascoltare il parere dei periti per evitare eventuali decessi riportando casi realmente accaduti. L'autore riporta la testimonianza di un chirurgo delle carceri che descrive la procedura corretta da applicare nella tortura, indica ogni minima azione da compiere. Alla fine appendice con frontespizio … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-12-01 12:51:57
(Gutmann, Aegidius):
Amsterdam und Frankfurt, Betkius 1675.. 2 Tle. in 1 Band. 40 Bll., 530 S., 12 Bll.; 514 S., 14 Bll. Prgt. d. Zt. 4°. 20 x 18 cm. VD 17 3:308101M; Ferguson I, 355-56; Georgi II, 193; Jöcher II, 1287; Graese III, 1888; Wolfstieg 42096. - "Ein sehr seltner u. ehemals von den Alchymisten sehr gesuchter Commentar über die 5 ersten Verse der Genesis. Die 2e, übrigens ganz unveränderte, Ausg. ist die seltnere" (Ebert 9137). - "Gutmann (Aegidius), ein Mitglied der sogenannten Rosenkreutzer, oder gar Urheber derselben, ist auf viel Academien herum gereist, und hat um das Jahr 1580 meist in Schwaben gelebt, auch ein Buch unter dem Titel Offenbarung der göttlichen Majestät über die ersten 5 Verse des ersten Capit. Geneseos geschrieben hinterlassen, welches sehr verworren, 1619 nach seinem Tode zu Amsterdam in 4, 1675 aber von Henr. Ammersbach zu Halberstadt in 4 ediret ist und ungemein rar ist" (Jöcher). -Vorderer Innendeckel mit gestochenem Exlibris Adolph Friedrich Reichsgraf von der Schulenburg; am Schluss ca. 150 Bll. weißes Papier angebunden. - Etwas gebräunt, zu Beginn zahlreiche Unterstreichungen in grüner Tinte.
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2014-12-01 12:51:57
(Gutmann, Aegidius):
Amsterdam und Frankfurt, Betkius 1675.. 2 Tle. in 1 Band. 40 Bll., 530 S., 12 Bll.; 514 S., 14 Bll. Prgt. d. Zt. 4°. 20 x 18 cm.. VD 17 3:308101M; Ferguson I, 355-56; Georgi II, 193; Jöcher II, 1287; Graese III, 1888; Wolfstieg 42096. - "Ein sehr seltner u. ehemals von den Alchymisten sehr gesuchter Commentar über die 5 ersten Verse der Genesis. Die 2e, übrigens ganz unveränderte, Ausg. ist die seltnere" (Ebert 9137). - "Gutmann (Aegidius), ein Mitglied der sogenannten Rosenkreutzer, oder gar Urheber derselben, ist auf viel Academien herum gereist, und hat um das Jahr 1580 meist in Schwaben gelebt, auch ein Buch unter dem Titel Offenbarung der göttlichen Majestät über die ersten 5 Verse des ersten Capit. Geneseos geschrieben hinterlassen, welches sehr verworren, 1619 nach seinem Tode zu Amsterdam in 4, 1675 aber von Henr. Ammersbach zu Halberstadt in 4 ediret ist und ungemein rar ist" (Jöcher). -Vorderer Innendeckel mit gestochenem Exlibris Adolph Friedrich Reichsgraf von der Schulenburg; am Schluss ca. 150 Bll. weißes Papier angebunden. - Etwas gebräunt, zu Beginn zahlreiche Unterstreichungen in grüner Tinte.
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2014-12-01 08:02:58
Ridderus, Franciscus
Rotterdam, Joannes Borstius 1675/1676/1678/1679/1680. 5 delen, (28) 898 (26), (34) 1142 (48), (8) 1072 (33), (48) 632 (9), (20) 886 (9) p. Dl.1 Origineel Perkament, Dl.2-5 Opnieuw gebonden half Perkament, 4° (SGT-R182/NNBW 4, 1149).
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2014-11-24 16:22:31
CERVANTES, Miguel de. SHELTON, Thomas (translates).
R. Scot, T. Basset, J. Wright, R. Chiswell/Richard Hogkinson, London. 1675, 1672. Third edition. The first part was originally published in 1612 and the second in 1620; reprinted in 1652. Folio. pp [viii], 137, [v], 273. Full leather with what appears to be a nineteenth-century rebacking of eighteenth-century boards, raised bands lettered in gilt. Endpapers renewed. Thomas Shelton's translation is not only the first in English but also the first into any language. The first part, translated from the Brussels edition of 1607, appeared when Cervantes was still alive. There has been some speculation that Shelton may have known Cervantes but this is impossible to prove. Shelton's translation was until Motteux's translation of 1700 the most popular and still has its admirers, among them Samuel Putnam who produced one of the best translations of recent times.Two early ownership signatures on the title-page one of which has been rubbed away with some light damage to the paper. With the finely engraved bookplate on the front pastedown of Allan Heywood Bright (1862-1941) who was a Liberal politician, author of several books on Middle English literature and a great bibliophile. Tipped onto the front free endpaper is a short essay, presumably in his hand, "Don Quixote revived in the person of Ignatius Loyola".Covers rubbed. Some spotting to prelims and last pages. Very good. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Peter Ellis, Bookseller, ABA, ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2014-11-19 15:08:09
[SUETONIUS]
Basileae, 1675pp 492, engraved frontis., title-page vignette, and one other plate; decorated capitals and numerous text ills. Folding family tree. 4to, full calf. Title-page and engraved plate restored. A fine copy of a handsome book First edition of Charles Patin`s illustrated edition of Suetonius. Includes his books of the illustrious Grammarians and Orators as well as his lives of the twelve Caesars Quantity Available: 1. Category: ROME ANTIQUARIAN; Inventory No: 279295.
Bookseller: Louella Kerr Old Fine & Rare Books
2014-11-18 15:33:53
(STATUTI DI CORREGGIO)
Mutinae, Viviani Suliani, 1675. In folio (cm. 31,9); mezza tela verde dell?Ottocento, tassello con titolo in oro; pp. (22), 172, + Constituzioni ovvero Gride della città di Correggio e sue pertinenze: pp. (2), 70, (2). Comprensivo delle 2 carte bianche spesso mancanti. Timbri del censore dello Stato Estense Antonio Lombardi. Axs
Bookseller: Libreria Bongiorno Paolo
2014-11-09 18:12:52
VELSCHII, GEORGII HIERONYMI [WELSCH, GEORG HIERONYMUS]
Theophili Goebelii/Joannis Sch�nigkii, 1675. [Germany]: Theophili Goebelii/Joannis Schönigkii. Worn condition. Cover heavily rubbed with wear to extremities and spine. Inner hinges weak but holding. Scattered foxing. Ink inscription to fep. Ex Royal College of Surgeons Ireland Library. 1675. First Edition. Brown hardback leather cover. 220mm x 160mm (9" x 6"). [vi], 130pp + index, 74pp + index + plates. Twelve engraved plates bound into the rear; additional decorations. Two volumes bound as one. Woodcut title page vignette; woodcut head-and tail-pieces; woodcut initials. Date of publication precedes publisher and printer statement on title page. In two parts (Hecatostea I and Hecatostea II), each with its own half-title page, pagination and register. Title page followed by a four-page dedication to the "Societas Naturae Curiosorum in Germania" and a two-page preface. Text in Latin with Greek and Hebrew quotes. .
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2014-11-08 17:00:56
ARZET Andreas (1604-1675) gezeichnet, HAUTT Nikolaus (1641-1697) sculp. Graveur,
datiert 1675,. Kupferradierung, Bildmass 38.0x51.5cm Blattmass 48x61cm, sehr seltene Karte, 4 Kartuschen in den 4 Ecken, sehr schöner Zustand,. Lake of Constance, very rare etching, perfect condition,
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2014-11-04 22:33:32
Marot, Clement/Beze, Theodore de
Paris, Antoine Cellier 1675. (frontispiece) without numbering, Rebound Leather with ribbed back, 8°.
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2014-10-30 00:37:08
LE GRAND, Antoine
Second edition of Le Grand's exposition in Latin of Descartes's view of animals, first published in London in 1675. Later it was translated into English by Richard Blome and published as the third part of An Entire Body of Philosophy (1694). Le Grand was born at Douai and probably died in London. He was educated at the College in his native city of Douai, where many English Catholics would have been among his fellow students. He became a Franciscan friar, teaching philosophy and divinity before he was sent on the English Mission. He lived for many years in Oxfordshire and became known as the most prominent English Cartesian of his age. He was the first writer to present the doctrines of Descartes in scholastic format, in his Philosophia veterum e mente Renati Descartes, more scholastic breviter digesta (1671). This was expanded into the Institutio philosopiae, secundum principia Renati Descartes (1672) and was followed by the Historia naturae (1673), which sets out a variety of observations of natural phenomena, and then accounts for them in terms of Cartesian principles. 'And finally, in his third book, A Dissertation of the Want of Sense and Knowledge in Brute Animals, Le Grand argued against the supposed link of life and sense from Plato onwards, and after offering a brief survey of various hypotheses on the nature of soul by Aristotle, Gassendi, Fabri, and Descartes, he adopted Descartes's view. In the Preface, Le Grand writes that "this whole work contains nothing else, but his [Descartes's] opinions, or what may clearly and distinctly be deduced from them"' (Stanford … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-10-28 15:16:25
(ENGRAVED BOOK). SENAULT, LOUIS, Engraver
Paris: Chez Senault, 1675. n. Hardcover. Beautifully Bound, Handsomely Engraved, and with Bared Sylvan Breasts. 181 x 127 mm (7 1/8 x 5"). [131] leaves. REMARKABLY BEAUTIFUL BLACK STRAIGHT-GRAIN MOROCCO, ELEGANTLY AND LAVISHLY GILT, BY THOUVENIN (signed at base of spine), covers with elaborate broad frame featuring repeated palmettes, central panel with complex cornerpieces of massed antique tools, raised bands, spine compartments with red morocco cruciform inlay at center and with stylized tulips and multiple stippled leaves emanating from this central ornament, VERY LOVELY BROAD INNER GILT DENTELLES featuring 52 additional red morocco inlays (26 inside each cover), these within large "semis" rectangles with concave sides, the dentelles surrounding pink watered silk pastedowns bordered with a Neoclassical foliate and floral roll (facing a free endpaper of the same material and with the same decoration), all edges gilt, small and very expert repair just at top of joints. In marbled paper slipcase. ENGRAVED THROUGHOUT, WITH A GREAT VARIETY OF IMMENSELY CHARMING CALLIGRAPHIC INITIALS, HEADPIECES, TAILPIECES, BORDERS, FLOURISHES, AND OTHER DECORATIVE ELEMENTS. Front flyleaf with the bookplate of Hans Fürstenberg. Whalley, "The Art of Calligraphy," p. 200. Just the faintest hint of wear to joints, two minor blemishes on rear cover, discoloration at gutter of free endpapers (apparently from binder's glue), but A FINE COPY, with the extraordinarily handsome binding still glistening, and WITH THE TEXT NEARLY PRISTINE. The fine binding here covers a prayer book, with many elem … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-10-23 08:24:26
Borlase, Edmund
Printed By Andr. Clarke, for Robert Clavel at the Peacock in St. Paul's Church Yard, London, 1675. Also the original of the Universitie of Dublin, and the Colledge of Physicians. 1st edition. Pp. 48, 284. Illustrated with folding armorial plate & with bookplate of John Grogan Healthfield on front pastedown. Signature of John Knox Grogan Johnstown Castle on title page. Tear to bottom right hand corner of title page. Rare. Good. Size: 8vo [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Dublin Bookbrowsers [Dublin, NONE, Ireland]
2014-10-21 08:46:02
Francisco Sanz, Madrid, 1675. Fol, port. (remarg. lateral int, manchas de tinta), 1h, 183 fols. (faltan del 184 al 194f y 4h finales, fol. 37 rasgado), notas marginales y algún subrayado época. Plena piel algo roz. - Palau 161925. Genealogía y servicios de los Ulloa desde 1070 a 1675, y las familias entrelazadas con ellos (Barrantes).
Bookseller: Escalinata, librería [Soto del Real, Madrid, Spain]
2014-10-20 22:50:06
RESEN, PEDER HANSEN.
Med stort, udfoldeligt, kobberstukket kort udført af Johan Husman. København, Jørgen Gøde, 1675. Folio. Pænt, senere pergamentbind. (4) + 84 sider. Exlibris. Kortet med rifter i folderne, plettet og med reparationer. De første blade lidt plettede ellers et rent og fint eksemplar.. Thesaurus 619; Birkelund 64; Bibliotheca Danica II, 711.Alt hvad der udkom i Resens levetid af hans store "Atlas Danicus".I sidste del af bogen findes Thomas Kingos versificerede beskrivelse af Samsø
Bookseller: Mandøes Antikvariat
2014-10-20 07:02:54
. Grenzkol. Kupferstich von Sanson, dat. 1675, 34 x 47 cm.. Detaillierte Karte mit dem Rheinlauf von Speyer bis Oppenheim, im Westen bis Alzey und Deidesheim reichend, im Osten bis Miltenberg und Hornberg. - Sehr breitrandig.
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2014-10-18 23:38:45
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2014-10-12 15:32:01
Phaedrus, (Phaeder) (fl. first century A.D.) Danet, Pierre, ed
Parisiis: apud Fredericum Leonar, 1675-01-01. Paperback. Acceptable. Parisiis: apud Fredericum Leonard, 1675\r\n\r\nBoth boards severed but present. Free flyleaf and title page severed but present without any loss. Pictures show wear. About 9.5" tall. Important and scarce work. Foxing is minimal. Name on top of title page, faint.
Bookseller: Books Renewed
2014-10-09 16:59:50
CANTERBURY - HOLLAR, WENCESLAUS.
[London]: John Ogilby. [c.1675]. Original etching. Image size 22 x 7.5 inches. Good impression with narrow margins, uncoloured as issued. Dedication in cartouche on right hand side and coat of arms on left hand side cartouche with title in scroll in centre. Mounted in recent acid-free card. Image shows traces of old folds but is otherwise in very good condition. This etching was originally published in the 1650s and reprinted several times by a variety of publishers. This is an Ogilby edition, and although it is impossible to date the impressions in an accurate sequence, this version would be from the second half of the seventeenth century, c.1675. Wenceslaus Hollar (1607-1677) was born in Prague and spent the years 1637-1644 and most of the period from 1652 onwards in England. His output of work was prolific: 'It is largely from Hollar's many etchings and drawings that we know what England looked like in the middle of the seventeenth century.' John Ogilby (1600-76) was a publisher and geographer, who was appointed cosmographer to Charles II in 1671. His collaboration with Hollar began in 1652, when the engraver produced the plates for Ogilby's translation of Virgil and continued until 1675, when he engraved the title page for Britannia, Ogilby's strip map road book of Britain. A fine view of the entire city of Canterbury in its rural setting, surrounded by fields and woods. PRINTS/MAPS CANTERBURY PRINTS/MAPS
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