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2012-05-01 00:13:41
[Oxenstierna, Bengt Gabrielsson].
1675. (3) Bll. Geheftet. 4to. Schwedischsprachige Ausgabe der lateinisch gehaltenen Wiener Rede des schwedischen Diplomaten Bengt Oxenstierna (1623-1702). "In 1674 he was sent to Vienna to try to prevent the threatened outbreak of war between France and the empire. The connexions which he formed and the sympathies which he won here had a considerable influence on his future career, and resulted in his appointment as one of the Swedish envoys to the congress of Nijmegen (1676)" (Enc. Britannica, 11. Ausg.). Die deutsche Ausgabe der Flugschrift erschien unter dem Titel "Ihr königlichen Majest. zu Schweden Extraordinari-Ambassadeurs Herrn Graffen von Oxenstiern, zu Wien gethane Proposition, die bedrängten Evangelischen, in Hungarien, Böhmen und an andern Orten betreffend". - Selten; Wolfenbüttel verzeichnet eine schwedische Ausgabe dieses Titels mit 4 Bll. Umfang und abweichendem Fingerprint (l-t, erra r-t, nte- C); der Text vorliegend offensichtlich vollständig erhalten. Kleine Randläsuren und alte hs. Paginierung (aus Sammelband).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [AT]
2012-03-31 22:53:14
Nicolo Causino
Venetia, MDCLXXV Per Nicol� Pezzana, 1675. Venetia, MDCLXXV Per Nicolò Pezzana, 1675. Opera completa in 7 Tomi: 732 - 908 - 678 - 354 - 782 - 384 - 584. Legatura coeva in pergamena con titolo manoscritto ai dorsi. L'opera è così divisa: Tomo I - I Motivi, Gli Ostacoli, La Prattica della Virtù, La Pietà e la Fortuna; Tomo II - L'Huomo di Stato, Il Cavaliere, La Dama, Il Prelato; Tomo III - Delle Massime delle Due Corti,Santa e Profana; Tomo IV - L'Imperio delle Passioni sopra la Ragione; Tomo V - I Monarchi, Le Regine, Dame & C., I Cavalieri che fiorirono in Santità; TOMO VI - La Giornata Christiana, Le Pratiche Spirituali, La Pietà Vittoriosa, L'Avvento e la Quaresima; Tomo VII - Il Trionfo della Pietà, L'Angelus Pacis, Il Dio Dato e l'Effemeride". Capolettera e finalini incisi. Interno fresco e ben consservato, ma con lievi ossidazioni sparse.. prima edizione. Rilegato. ottimo/senza sovraccoperta.
Bookseller: Historia, Regnum et Nobilia [BATTIPAGLIA, SA, Italy]
2012-03-28 13:25:13
OGILBY, John.
Britannia 1675, first edition. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Size: 46 x 33 cm. Very good condition; light offsetting; wide margins. 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 Ipswich to Norwich. 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. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2012-03-27 12:22:45
Bouzonnet (Stella).
Paris chez Joubert graveur et marchand d'estampes, rue des Mathurins, aux 2 piliers d'or; 1675. Un album de format in 4° à l'italienne comprenant 25 planches gravées sur cuivre, marges non rognées; 3 planches remontées sur papier d'époque. Reliure moderne à la bradel en pleine toile bleu clair, muette; parfaitement exécutée. Edition originale en premier tirage de cette frise du magnifique "Palazzo TE" de Mantoue. Photos sur demande. Rare. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: librairie Daniel Sciardet [ALLEMANS-DU-DROPT, France]
2012-03-21 16:09:32
DE WIT, F
Finmarche et Laplandiae Maritima Nieuwe Pascaert vande Kusten Finmarcken en Lapland Streckende van Dronten tot Archangel. Portolan chart of the North and Barents Seas near the northern region of Finland and northeast Russia from Frederick de Wit's Zee Atlas. Coastal cities, bodies of water and islands are named. The map is crisscrossed by rhumb lines emanating from various points on the grid. A splendidly illustrated title cartouche is at the lower left area of map; and various small illustrations of hunting scenes and whaling scenes are shown throughout the map. Vibrant, original color with gold and silver leaf detailing. Frederick de Wit, Sr. was the founder of a prominent Dutch family firm of three generations of cartographers working in Amsterdam. The firms output was prolific, and de Wit maps are often found in atlases by other cartographers. During his long working life, de Wit published 124 land maps and 27 sea charts that were distinguished by their high standard of workmanship, beauty, accuracy and fine coloration. The maps are typical of the style of the period, being completely executed and decorated with cartouches. The founder's son, a skilled mathematician and grandson together carried on the work of the firm, and published 130 maps, although the business did not survive for long after the elder de Wit's death. DE WIT, F Amsterdam, 1675 539.75 x 597 mm Original color Discoloration along paper edges; some foxing.
Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2012-03-01 02:50:37
Terentii [ Terence ] & Camus, Nicolas [editor]
Apud Fredericum Leonard typographum Regis, Serenissimi Delphini, & Cleri Gallicani, vi� Jacobae�. Parisiis [ Par, 1675. Apud Fredericum Leonard typographum Regis, Serenissimi Delphini, & Cleri Gallicani, viâ Jacobaeâ. Parisiis [ Paris ], 1675. 1st edition.. Hardback. Contemporary full speckled calf, G+. [168]+264+263-318+317-660+671-710+[118]pp, large thick 4to ( page size 10 inches by 7 inches ), signatures ( ã4 é4 a-t4 A-4T4 ²a-²p4 (-²p4) ), marbled endappers, engraved Delphin series frontis depicting Arion & the dolphin signed L Moreau, woodcut printers device to the title page, index, bound in between signatures é4 & A is an engraved portrait of Terence from another work, leather to the upper hinge split but the board held firmly by the cords, leather rubbed to the corners with the leather rubbed through, head & tail of the spine worn with loss, internally a nice near fine copy with very slight occasional foxing & dustsoiling to the upper fore edge, ink stamp of the Pantasaph Monastery Library to the first blank & the small blank roundel at the base of the frontis, Ex Libris John Rutland with his armorial bookplate, a nice attractive copy. The first edition of the Delphin Terence. At pp 387-710 is the 'Aelius Donatus in Terentium' which is the commentaries of Aelius Donatus on Terence. Begun in 1670 for for Louis, le Grand Dauphin, the series was intended to be a definitive edition of the Roman & Greek classics with extensive commentary, word order & concordance. Publius Terentius Afer [ 195 - 159 ] BC, Roman playwright of North African descent, his entire output, of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Eastleach Books [Newbury, BER, United Kingdom]
2012-02-10 13:39:04
Allestree, Richard. )
Oxford, 1675 - frontis; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; [22], 270, [1] pages; Contemp. Paneled calf; rebacked, scuffed, spine ends rubbed. Frontis. Engraved device on title page. Small old inkprice? Markings on title page. Internally generally clean. Trimmed -no loss to ptg. Wing A-1143. Part I pp1-154, Part II pp155-270. Advises a cloistered environment for the education of women. ; 0 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: poor man's books (mrbooks)
2012-01-31 23:30:42
Jeremy Taylor
London-R. Norton and R. Royston, 1675. Book. Fine regency leatherbound volume with marble paper covered boards, engraved frontispiece, and illustrations. William Cave (December 30, 1637 July 4, 1713) was an English divine. Cave was born at Pickwell, Leicestershire. He was educated at St. John's College, Cambridge, and successively held the livings of Islington (1662), of All-Hallows the Great, Upper Thames Street, London (1679), and of Isleworth in Middlesex (1690). Cave was chaplain to Charles II, and in 1684 became a canon of Windsor, Berkshire, where he died. The two works on which his reputation principally rests are the Apostolici, or History of Apostles and Fathers in the first three centuries of the Church (1677), and Scriptorum Ecclesiasticorum Historia Literaria (1688). In both works he was drawn into controversy with Jean Leclerc, who was then writing his Bibliothque universelle et historique, and who accused him of partiality. He wrote several other works of the same nature which exhibit scholarly research and lucid arrangement. He is said to have been a good talker and an eloquent preacher. Condition: The binding is tight and firm with both covers and all pages attached. There is some wear to the extremities including heavy rubbing to the boards and slight bumping to the corners with some loss to the leather on the corners. The front outer hinge is beginning to crack at the top and bottom. The pagination is incomplete (see ESTC R19304[8], LI, [13], XXVI, vii, [3], 431, [21], XIII, [1], 176, [2] p., [5] leaves of plates)Internally the pages are generally clean an … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rooke Books [United Kingdom]
2012-01-21 15:23:27
TONDUZZI Giulio Cesare.
Zarafagli,, Faenza, 1675. 4 parti in un gr. vol. in folio, pp. (20), I-LII, XXV-XXXX, 1-728 (una carta bianca tra le pag.58 e 61, che sarebbe la 59-60), (46), bella leg. p. perg. coeva con tit. mss al d. Bellliss. antip. inc. in rame con figure allegoriche. Front. a due colori con lo stemma cardinalizio inc. in legno del Cardinal Rossetti cui è dedicata l'opera. Con ritratto dell'A. inc. in rame a pag.1. L'opera è preceduta dalla biografia dell'A. (1617-1673) curata da Pietro A. Cavina. Coleti p. 60, 3. Manca a Piantanida. Lozzi 1554: "Rarissimo. Il libro meritava di essere bibliograficamente descritto per la sua rarità essendo assai difficile trovarne qualche esemplare non difettoso e non sciupato". Inoltre il Lozzi, che riporta un'attenta collazione, non cita la carta al fine presente nel ns. esempl. con l'"Avvertimento al Lettore". Legg. gora al margine delle pagine di indice. Errori di numerazione a pag.XXIX e LII. Lievi mende ai margini dei piatti e qualche tarlo che interessa anche il d. [530]
Bookseller: SCRIPTORIUM Studio Bibliografico [Mantova, MN, Italy]
2012-01-05 22:38:30
Mermann von Schönberg (und Aufhoven).
Ingolstadt, Zinck 1675. 4°: Mit gestochenem Titel und 1 gestochenem Portrait. 15 Bl., 559 S., 6 Bl. Lederband der Zeit mit Rückenvergoldung, Deckel mit doppelten goldgeprägten Bordüren, goldgeprägten Eck- und Mittstücken, sowie dreiseitigem Goldschnitt (beschabt und bestoßen, Rücken mit kleineren Fehlstellen an Gelenken und Kapitalen, Stehkanten durchgerieben, vereinzelte Wurmspuren, ohne die Schließbänder). Erste und einzige Ausgabe. - Hirsch/Hübotter IV, 176; BL, German 17th cent. books, M 920; Krivatsy 7827 (nennt zu Beginn irrig "16 Bl.", wohl unter Einbeziehung des gestochenen Titels). - Mermann war ursprünglich Leibarzt des Fürstbischofs von Eichstädt, bevor er ab 1606 erster herzoglicher Leibarzt in München wurde. Die postume Sammlung seiner Schriften stellt mit ihren Gutachten und Rezepten für prominente Kranke ein Kompendium der frühbarocken, höfischen Praxis der Medizin dar. Behandelt werden u.a. verschiedene Nervenerkrankungen und Zahnkrankeiten. - Der gestochene Titel mit einer kleinen Ansicht Eichstätts, das Portrait wiederum wurde von Michael Wening gestochen. - Gering gebräunt, an den Rändern teils leicht braunfleckig. Der Buntpapierbezug des vorderen Spiegels weitgehend entfernt. Ansonsten von guter Innenerhaltung..
Bookseller: Antiquariat Christoph Sebald
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2011-12-21 19:44:46
John Brydall, of Lincolns-Inne, Esquire
1675 - London; 'printed for John Billinger in Cliffords-Inne-Lane near Fleetstreet; and Geo. Dawes over against Lincolns-Inne-Gate in Chancery-Lane, 1675'. FULL TITLE: 'Jus Imaginis apud Anglos; or The Law of England relating to the Nobility & Gentry. Faithfully collected, and methodically digested for common benefit; by John Brydall, of Lincolns-Inne, Esquire'. THIS IS AN IMPORTANT ASSOCIATION COPY OF THIS RARE TITLE: Originally the property of John Fetherstonhaugh, who served with the Duke of Marlborough and who was killed at the Battle of Blenheim in 1704. He has written his name across the title page. Later, this book became the property of the Duke of Sussex (Augustus Frederick, 1773-1843, son of George III) and the front paste-down bears his armorial bookplate. DETAILS: Hardcover, 16mo (6.75" tall), 76 pages + 1 page of ads; bound in [the original?] full dark brown calf leather; covers detached but present; later leather strip over spine; cloth tape in gutters of endpapers; contents age-toned with a little bit of foxing; lacking a small piece of the lower corner of pp. 67-68; some writing on the rear free endpaper; otherwise complete. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Seacoast Books
2011-12-11 21:35:18
SWALVE BERNHARD.
Janssonius Waesberge,, Amsterdam, 1675. In 12?(150x85); antiporta fig. in rame, pagg. (10), 286, (10); cartonato settecentesco marmorizzato con semplice doppia etichetta al dorso. Seconda edizione di questo trattato di dietetica in cui umoristicamente il protagonista, lo stomaco, si lamenta del cattivo comportamento alimentare nelle diete consigliate dai medici o intraprese autonomamente dagli uomini. L'autore, un medico olandese stimato dai suoi contemporanei, analizza i cibi e le bevande. L'antiporta raffigura un uomo indisposto di stomaco dopo aver mangiato.Ottimo esemplare con barbe a pieni margini, nota di possesso al frontespizio. Waller cita un esemplare con 11 pagine alla fine, per cui essendo completo l'indice, al nostro esempl. Manca forse la pagina di errata o un catalogo di pubblicazioni dell'editore. Cartonato un po' usurato.Krivatsy, 11596; Waller, 9383. medicina.
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini [Verona, VR, Italy]
2011-11-30 00:23:04
OGILBY, John.
Britannia, 1675, first edition.. Plate 75 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 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 King's Lynn to Harwich. 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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2011-11-30 00:23:04
OGILBY, John.
Britannia, 1675, first edition.. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Very good condition; light offsetting; wide margins. Size: 45 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 King's Lynn to Harwich. 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. ABA/ ILAB. [London, United Kingdom]
2011-11-29 12:35:49
OGILBY, John.
Britannia, 1675, first edition.. Plate 56: The Road from BRISTOL com. Glolz to West CHESTER. Plate 57: The Continuation of the Road from BRISTOL to CHESTER Comenceing at LUDLOW com. SHREWS and extending to CHESTER.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; wide margins. Size: 46.5 x 35.5 cm each These handsome road maps are 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 Bristol to Chester on two separate plates. The route is shown in 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 on each plate.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington [United Kingdom]
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2011-11-17 10:29:11
GARAU (Francisco)
El sabio instruido de la naturaleza en quarenta máximas políticas, y morales illustradas con todo género de erudición sacra, y umana, por ... .- En Barcelona: En casa Cormellas, por Vicente Suriá, 1675; en 4º menor pergamino de época, 14 hojas de preliminares incluida portada a dos tintas, 372 páginas y 6 hojas de índice. Palau nº 97608. Primera edición. Punto de polilla en parte blanca del margen superior desde la página 60 a la 100.
Bookseller: LIBRERIA ANTICUARIA SANZ [MADRID, Spain]
2011-11-10 20:08:13
OGILBY, John.
Britannia 1675, first edition. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Size: 44 x 32.5 cm. each Very good condition; light offsetting; wide margins. These handsome road maps are 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 Oakeham and further to Richmond in Yorkshire on three separate plates. The route is shown in 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 on each plate.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2011-11-08 01:33:01
Worlidge, John
Thomas Dring, London, 1675. Engraved title-page and Explanation leaf with small repairs not affecting imprint or text. Contemporary signatures of Tim Bagwith dated 1676 and 1695. Expertly rebacked. Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: John R. Sanderson, Bookseller (ABAA) [Stockbridge, MA, U.S.A.]
2011-11-05 04:25:02
OGILBY, John.
Britannia, 1675, first edition.. Plate 74 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: 46 x 33 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 Ipswich to Norwich. 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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2011-10-31 23:24:18
Losa, Francisco]
No publisher given], [No place listed: 1675 - Small 8vo, pp [56], 232. The first English, according to Palau (142535 note), was printed in Paris in 1638: he mentions this (anonymous) translation as well, but his collation is so far off that it is unlikely he had seen a copy. Perhaps the translator of this was an English Jesuit; the lack of any notice about the printer and place of publication is easily explained by the anti-Catholic environment in England at the time, and like the first edition it may have been printed abroad. The author was a hermit and companion of Gregorio Lopez "for many years", as he says in the preface. Lopez himself was of Spanish birth, came to Mexico as a young man, and lived the hermit's life for many years. His birth and family connections are unknown, but he was well-educated and had a knowledge of medicine; it was even rumored that he was the illegitimate son of the king of Spain. His knowledge of medicine he put to good use among the Indian villages surrounding his various hermitages, such that the natives whom he served came to look upon him as a great curandero -- some even as a brujo, which at one point in his life forced him to move into conventual life with the local Dominicans. He authored two widely used medical manuals, designed especially for use in the New World, the medicines being drawn from native plant resources. His sanctity was recognized by the Vatican, which confirmed him as "blessed". The French translation of Losa's biography was done by the great Port-Royalist Arnauld d'Andilly. Lacking front free end paper and trimmed but … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PLAZA BOOKS ABAA
2011-10-29 02:06:37
N/A.
Parisiis, Simonem Bernard, 1675.** Relié, plein - maroquin, dos brisé, dos orné de fil fleuronné doré et de pièce de titre doré, dos endommagé, premier plat détaché du dos, plats de papier marbré, tranches rouge, frontispice gravé, 17,5x24cm, 588pp (200).INDEX + interpretatio + notae Carolus ruaeus soc. Jesu. Jussu Christiannissimi regis ad usum serenissimi delphini + Index vovabulorum omnium quaein eclogis, greorgicis et aeneide virgilii leguntur. Virgilii Marco,is aeneidos lib. I -XII, georgica I-IV, Bucolica I-X Versand D: 12,00 EUR old books oude boeken livre ancien geschiedenis histoire history réligion religion theology godsdienst virgilii maronis opera interpretatione notis illustrativit Parisiis Simonem Bernard Carolus ruaeus soc Jesu Jussu Christiannissimi regis usum serenissimi delphini Index vovabulorum omnium quaein eclogis greorgicis aeneide virgilii leguntur
Bookseller: BOOKSELLER - ERIK TONEN BOOKS [antwerpen, Belgium]
2011-10-17 07:59:46
Marinis, Antonio de (Presidente de la Cámara Regia)
1675. Ioan. & Petri Arnaud. Lugduni (Lyon). . 1 Vol. . 8 h. + 476 páginas + index pp. Folio Mayor. Plena Piel de época. Derecho (Procesal), Idiomas (Latín), Siglo XVII . Interesante tratado de derecho procesal escrito por el presidente de la Cámara Regia de Nápoles, comentando la obra del juriconsulto Donato. Encuadernación a plena piel con nervios y dorados en lomera. Ejemplar procedente de la biblioteca del Marqués de Acillona, Palacio de Arrieta en Bizkaia. Tapas fatigadas, visagra interior fatigada. Texto en buen estado .
Bookseller: Librería Anticuaria Astarloa [Bilbao, Spain]
2011-10-08 17:58:10
N/a
London-George Dawes, 1675. Book. A scarce copy of one of earliest works on cases formoot courts. This title was only printed the once, making this a particularly hard title to comeby. Bound in early eighteenth century calf. This volume contains an account of 103 cases. The license to print page is on the verso of the first leaf. Condition: The binding of the text block is tight and firm, although the front board has become detached. The rear boardis firm. There is some wear to the extremities including some rubbing and some bumping to the corners. Internally, the pages are generally bright and clean, with some slight age-toning and the occasional mark. There is a copperplate signature to the top of the title page and the front blank endpaper. Overall, this volume is in very goodcondition. Needs some work to the binding, which is later anyway. An imprtant work in very good condition. Very Good. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Rooke Books PBFA [Bath, United Kingdom]
2011-07-25 07:56:05
OGILBY, John
Britannia, 1675, first edition.. Plate 45 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 x 35 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 St. Neotts. 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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2011-07-18 14:35:10
Marino Gio.Battista
Nicolò Pezzana 1675-1674, Venetia. Cartonato 800 rivestito in carta xilografata verde con titolo oro su tassello in pelle al ds. Buon esemplare in barbe. Ex libris Puccinelli Sannini. 12mo (cm. 15,5), 24 cc.nn., 401(7) pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Ex Libris ALAI-ILAB/LILA member [Roma, Italy]
2011-06-24 14:04:34
OGILBY, John.
Britannia 1675, first edition. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Size: 47 x 33 cm. Very good condition; light offsetting; wide margins. 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 Huntingdon to Ipswich. 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. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2011-06-24 13:21:29
OGILBY, John.
Britannia 1675, first edition. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Size: 45.5 x 35.5 cm. Very good condition; light offsetting; wide margins. 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. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2011-06-03 00:38:54
OGILBY, John.
Britannia 1675, first edition. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Size: 45 x 35 cm. Very good condition; light offsetting; wide margins. 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 Hereford to Leicester. 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. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2011-06-03 00:38:54
OGILBY, John.
Britannia 1675, first edition. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Size: 43 x 34 cm. Very good condition; light offsetting; wide margins. 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 Oxford to Darby via Coventry. 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. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2011-06-03 00:38:54
OGILBY, John.
Britannia, 1675, first edition.. Plate 71 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 x 33 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 Glocester to Montgomery in North Wales. 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. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2011-06-03 00:38:54
OGILBY, John.
Britannia 1675, first edition. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Size: 45 x 35 cm. Very good condition; light offsetting; wide margins. 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 Kendal to Carlisle. 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. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2011-06-03 00:38:54
OGILBY, John.
Britannia 1675, first edition. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Size: 43 x 34 cm. Very good condition; light offsetting; wide margins. 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 Oxford to Pool via Salisbury. 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. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2011-06-03 00:38:54
OGILBY, John.
Britannia 1675, first edition. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Size: 43 x 33 cm. Very good condition; light offsetting; wide margins. 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 Chelmsford to Gravesend. 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. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2011-06-03 00:38:54
OGILBY, John.
Britannia, 1675, first edition.. Plate 84 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 32.5 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 Prestaine to Carmarthen. 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. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2011-06-03 00:38:54
OGILBY, John.
Britannia 1675, first edition. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Size: 46 x 35 cm. Very good condition; light offsetting; wide margins. 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 Salisbury to Campden. 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. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2011-05-18 14:12:52
Boyle, Robert
London, Eng.: Printed by E. Flesher, for R. Davis Bookseller in Oxford, 1675. First Edition. Near Fine. 34 p.; 16 cm. Signatures: A-B8 C2(-C2). 8vo. Wing B3963A. Modern brown cloth with gilt-stamped spine reading: "Robt. Boyle. Notes of Mechanical Origine 1675." Front free endpaper inscribed: Miles Warner, October 1943. First edition. In Near Fine Condition. An attractive copy. Robert Boyle was one of the most important 17th-century English scientists, playing a pivotal role in the development of the modern experimental method. The publication offered here was the seventh of eleven works published in 1675 about his experiments in studying various physical properties. (These eleven works, although published with individual title pages and pagination, are also found bound together under the title: Experiments, Notes, &c, about the Mechanical Origin or Production of Divers Particular Qualities.) The individual works are very scarce.
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2011-03-30 07:52:26
WORLIDGE, JOHN).
London, J.C. for Thomas Dring, 1675. Folio. Cont. full calf. Binding rubbed and covers detached from spine. Some light foxing, occasional marginal dampstaining. Engraved title (and printed). (32),324,(4) pp. and some woodcut-illustr. in the text. Internally a little crisp.
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2011-03-19 05:50:36
Bauhin, Johann Caspar; Bauhin, Friedrich
Basileae: Proelo Io. Iacobi Deckeri, 1675, Kl.4°, (8 pp.), Pappband. Theses . medicas de cholera / . moderatore Io. Casparo Bauhino ad diem XV. Mens. Septembr. Anni M DC LXXV . publicae disquisitioni submittit Fridericus Bauhinus Basil. Johann Caspar Bauhin (1606-1685) von 1629 bis 1660 Professor für Anatomie und Botanik, von 1660 bis 1685 Professor für praktische Medizin. "Johann Caspar Bauhin, geboren in Basel am 12. März 1606 als einziger Sohn Caspar Bauhins, promovierte nach Studien in Paris, Leiden und Basel 1628 in seiner Vaterstadt zum Doctor medicinae. Schon im darauffolgenden Jahr wurde ihm die Professur für Anatomie und Botanik übertragen, die er bis 1660 innehatte. In diesem Jahr wurde er zum Professor praxeos ernannt und amtete als solcher bis zu seinem Tode am 14. Juli 1685. Von Johann Caspar Bauhin liegen keine eigenen wissenschaftlichen Publikationen vor, die seine Einreihung unter die bedeutenden Basler Wissenschaftler rechtfertigen würden; er hat lediglich 1658 das erste Buch des «Theatrum botanicum» seines Vaters posthum und 1674 eine weitere Schrift Caspar Bauhins, die «Petri Andreae Matthioli Opera», in zweiter Auflage herausgegeben. Doch komme ihm das große und bleibende Verdienst zu, erstmals - und zwar vermutlich um 1650 - das Mikroskop im anatomischen Unterricht an unserer Universität angewendet zu haben. Als Arzt erfreute sich Johann Caspar Bauhin weit über die Grenzen seiner Heimatstadt hinaus großer Beliebtheit; mehrere Fürsten ernannten ihn zu ihrem Leibarzt, und Ludwig XIV. verlieh ihm den Titel eines Medicus Ordinarius regis. Lit.: A. Burckhard … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2011-02-13 05:12:43
SANDRART, Jacob von (1630-1708) engraved by Johann Baptist HOMMAN (1663-1724)
J. von Sandart, Nuremburg, 1675. Copper engraving with early colour. Printed on laid paper. Title in manuscript ink on verso of sheet. Cleveland Historical Society collection stamp on verso of sheet. Numerous tears and creases in outside margins, which have been expertly repaired. Center fold has been strengthened. An early map of Africa by the great mapmaker Jacob von Sandrart, engraved by Homann. Sandrart's stunning map of Africa is a close copy of Fredrik de Wit's map, 'Nova Africa Descriptio' published in 1660. With the prime meridian running through Ferro Island, the map is typical of late seventeenth century maps of Africa. Like other maps of the period, Sandrart has included a highly decorative and informative cartouche in the lower left corner of the sheet. Homann's continental cartouches aspired to convey the natural history as well as the costume and manner of life of the human inhabitants. Here, while a woman peacefully nurses her baby in a hammock, a native chief stares out at the viewer from under the shade of a large umbrella. On the right side of the vignette, two riders on horseback, one with a cutlass and one with a decaptitated head, ride by a river where one man is attacking another with his sword. Among the humans are a lion, a snake, a reptile of some sort and another fox-like animal. Although the map repeats De Wit's decorations, it relies on Ptolemy for its description of the Nile basin. It is to some degree remarkable that seventeenth century maps of the interior of Africa were filled with geographical features and named locations, since there had be … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA) [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2011-02-03 12:08:51
[Schmidt, G. D.].
Ohne Ort, ohne Drucker, o. J. (um 1675). 12°. 66 nn. Bll., Mod. marmor. Ppbd. Erste u. einzige Ausgabe dieser äußerst seltenen Schrift mit Kapiteln wie „Ob ein Printz auß Büchern Nutzen haben könne, umb in Friede un[d] Krieg sich desto besser zu gouverniren“, „Von Kundtschaffters“, „Wie man tapffere Soldaten machen könne“ u.a. Mit einer gedruckten Widmung an Georg Ludwig, Herzog zu Braunschweig und Lüneburg. - Etw. gebräunt u. tlw. zeitgen. Unterstreichungen. - VD17, 23:652118T (nur ein Exemplar). Versand D: 9,80 EUR Schmidt, Historische Remarquen Uber den Krieg. Ihro Durchl. Printz Georg Ludwig, Hertzogen zu Braunschweig und Lüneburg dedicirt, Militaria, Krieg
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Austria]
2010-10-28 14:25:29
OGILBY, John.
Britannia, 1675, first edition.. Plate 72 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 x 35 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 Hereford to Leicester. 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.
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2010-10-26 10:04:29
GREW, Nehemiah
Paris: Roulland, 1675. First Edition, in French. 12mo, pp. (22), 215, (xxix;) 6 leaves. Bound in contemporary flexible interim boards, uncut, some wear and soiling, minor foxing, small blind stamp on former owner on title-page, bookplate. A very nice clean copy. Engraved frontispiece and 14 engraved text illustrations, 8 engraved head pieces, hand-coloured engraved title (inscribed 'F.C.'), several colored initials. Krivatsky 4988; Hunt 338; Pritzel 3554; Le Fanu, Bibliography of Grew, 3; cf. Nissen, BBI 758 (Engl. ed.); Hunt col. 338. First edition in French of Grew's Anatomy of Vegetables, published in London in 1672, which later developed into the first three parts of his magnum opus which was published as The Anatomy of Plants in 1682. This a major work in the history of botanical studies. As Grew assisted with the translation, and corrected it, this edition is of importance for the history of botany. Nehemiah Grew was one of the founders of the science of plant anatomy. Grew later explained that Le Vasseur had "taken special care to have all the difficulties of our own by me cleared to him." Grew also wrote a Latin epistle to the translator, dated 16/26 November 1674, which appears in this volume after Le Vasseur's own dedication and epistle.[Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Second Life Books Inc [United States]
2010-10-15 11:00:55
Coley, Henry & Kepler, John ( Johannes )
Printed by the Dawks, at the Bew-Anchor at the West End of St. Pauls, 1676 & 1675. Clavis astrologi¾ elimata, or, A key to the whole art of astrology, new filed and polished: in three parts: London : Printed for Benj. Tooke, and Tho. Sawbridge, and are to be sold at the Ship in St. Paul's Church yard, and at the three Flower de Luces in Little Brittain, 1676, the second edition, much enlarged and amended, [36], 16 leaves of plates, [8], 9-759, [1], pp., to which are added the Rudolphine tables, Whereby the places of the planets may be calculated from any time past, present, or to come, by Kepler, London, 1675, [1] 103, approximate one inch closed tear to each of the upper outer hinges at the spine, portrait frontis of the author which has been reset without its borders on a new leaf, new end-papers, else a vg+ copy with very nice contents bound in a 3/4 green leather binding with raised spine and five gold-gilt double ruled compartments in what appears to be a 20th century binding in the style of the 19th.
Bookseller: THE FINE BOOKS COMPANY [US]
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2010-10-13 17:36:44
Saint-Réal, César Vichard de.:
FIRST EDITION, FIRST ISSUE 1675. Translated from the French by an unknown hand, Small 8vo, 111 pages, last page blank, bound in full sheep skin. Binding rubbed, especially on the spine, foot of upper cover has small piece of leather missing, small spilt at top of spine, slight age browning to prelims otherwise a very good clean copy. ESTC, R220611. A second issue was issued in the same year with a different imprint: printed by J.D. for Richard Chiswel, at the Rose and Crown in St. Pauls Church-yard. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.
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2010-10-13 08:45:29
SANDRART, Jacob von (1630-1708) engraved by Johann Baptist HOMMAN (1663-1724)
Nuremburg: J. von Sandart, 1675. Copper engraving with early colour. Printed on laid paper. Title in manuscript ink on verso of sheet. Cleveland Historical Society collection stamp on verso of sheet. Numerous tears and creases in outside margins, which have been expertly repaired. Center fold has been strengthened. An early map of Africa by the great mapmaker Jacob von Sandrart, engraved by Homann.Sandrart's stunning map of Africa is a close copy of Fredrik de Wit's map, 'Nova Africa Descriptio' published in 1660. With the prime meridian running through Ferro Island, the map is typical of late seventeenth century maps of Africa.Like other maps of the period, Sandrart has included a highly decorative and informative cartouche in the lower left corner of the sheet. Homann's continental cartouches aspired to convey the natural history as well as the costume and manner of life of the human inhabitants. Here, while a woman peacefully nurses her baby in a hammock, a native chief stares out at the viewer from under the shade of a large umbrella. On the right side of the vignette, two riders on horseback, one with a cutlass and one with a decaptitated head, ride by a river where one man is attacking another with his sword. Among the humans are a lion, a snake, a reptile of some sort and another fox-like animal. Although the map repeats De Wit's decorations, it relies on Ptolemy for its description of the Nile basin. It is to some degree remarkable that seventeenth century maps of the interior of Africa were filled with geographical features and named locations, since there had … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-10-13 07:34:14
OGILBY, John.
Britannia, 1675, first edition.. Plate 93 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: 43 x 33 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 Chelmsford to Gravesend. 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.
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2010-09-09 04:11:42
OGILBY, John.
Britannia, 1675, first edition.. Plate 82 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: 43 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 Oxford to Darby via Coventry. 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.
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2010-09-09 04:11:42
OGILBY, John.
Britannia, 1675, first edition.. Plate 85 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: 46 x 35 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 Salisbury to Campden. 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.
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2010-09-09 04:11:42
OGILBY, John.
Britannia, 1675, first edition.. Plate 73 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: 47 x 33 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 Huntingdon to Ipswich. 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.
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2010-09-09 04:11:42
OGILBY, John.
London: Britannia, 1675, first edition.. Plate 89 and 90 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 x 35 cm. These handsome road maps are from John Ogilby's 'Britannia', 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 York to West Chester on two separate plates. The route is shown in 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 cartouches at top centre. Sold as a pair only.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
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