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2020-01-10 18:18:06
Frederick de WIT (1630 - 1706)
Acquaforte e bulino, dimensioni mm 475x550 entrambe. Tavole prive di data (ma 1675); nella parte occidentale titolo in latino nel cartiglio in alto, replicato in olandese nel cartiglio in basso. Doppio imprint editoriali nei cartigli: Apud F. de Wit per il titolo in latino, e t' Amsterdam Gedruckt by F. de Wit per quello in lingua olandese. Il foglio orientale presenta un grande cartiglio nella parte superiore, dove troviamo il doppio titolo e un solo imprint editoriale: Apud F. de Wit. Magnifiche prove, impresse su carta vergata coeva e finemente colorate in epoca, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Carte tratta da: Orbis Maritimus ofte Zee-Atlas, Tot Amsterdam, by Frederick de Wit in Calverstraet by den Dam inde Witte Paskaert. Il celebre Orbis Maritimus ofte Zee-Atlas è una raccolta nautica che è composta da 27 carte, finemente lavorate con attenzione particolare ai cartigli decorativi; fu pubblicata per la prima volta nel 1675 e, dopo il 1680, fu ristampata insieme all'atlante di mappe geografiche. In queste raccolte miste di carte geografiche e nautiche il De Wit non inseriva mai il frontespizio dell'Orbis Maritimus ofte Zee-Atlas; in questo caso, le carte venivano indicate nell'indice dell'atlante, insieme alle carte terrestri. F Frederick de Wit (1630 - 1706), incisore e venditore di mappe, nacque a Gouda nel 1630, figlio di Hendrick Fredericksz de Wit. Nel 1661 ottenne la cittadinanza della città di Amsterdam grazie al matrimonio con Maria van der Waag. Divenne uno dei più famosi incisori di mappe della seconda metà del XVII secolo ad Amsterdam. Sebbene de Wit fosse … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-10 18:07:09
Frederick de WIT (1630 - 1706)
1675. Totius Europae Littora Novissimè edita. Pascaert vertoonende alle de See-custen van Europa Acquaforte e bulino, 495x890 mm. Priva di data (ma 1675), firmata in lastra nel cartiglio in basso al centro: Gedruckt tot Amsterdam by Frederick de Wit in de Kalverstraet in de Witte Pascaert. Magnifica prova, con bellissima coloritura d'epoca, in eccellente stato di conservazione. La carta di Frederick de Wit è interamente basata sulla mappa di Willem Janszoon Blaeu del 1621, ma esclude la parte settentrionale e la rappresentazione della Groenlandia. Mostra tutta la costa dell'Europa, con il Mediterraneo orientale spostato all'interno dell'Africa. Il cartiglio del titolo, al centro, è generosamente circondato da putti e strumenti di navigazione. In alto a destra, contiene una scala metrica in miglia olandesi, spagnole e inglesi. In basso a destra, troviamo un cartiglio con la scala di miglia germaniche, in basso a sinistra, uno con la scala di miglia spagnole e olandesi. Al centro della carta, come nel modello di Blaeu, sono rappresentati i cartigli dei principali stati europei. Opera tratta dalla prima edizione del celebre atlante nautico Orbis Maritimus ofte Zee-Atlas, stampata con imprint: Tot Amsterdam, by Frederick de Wit in Calverstraet by den Dam inde Witte Paskaert. La raccolta, che è composta da 27 carte finemente lavorate con attenzione particolare ai cartigli decorativi, fu pubblicata per la prima volta nel 1675 e, dopo il 1680, fu ristampata insieme all'atlante di mappe geografiche. Bibliografia: C. Koeman, Atlantes Neerlandici: Bibliography of Terrestrial, Maritim … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-09 19:34:04
(Wohl Stra0burg), 1675. Artikeldetails Straßburgisches Collegium Medicum, Sambt Beygefügten Ordnungen der Medicorum und Apotecker. Anno M.DC.LXXV. [Medizinverordnung.] - (Wohl Stra0burg), 1675. Mit gr. Titelholzschnitt. 35 S. Späterer Marmorpapier-Karton. 34 x 22,5 cm. Sprache: Deutsch Bestell-Nr: 25239 Bemerkungen: VD17 1:041787T. - Interessantes Dokument besonders zur Pharmaziegeschichte Straßburgs. Die Stadt hatte zu dieser Zeit nur 4 Apotheken (1757 wurden 6 genehmigt, zu Beginn des 19. jahrhunderts waren es 8). Es gab noch keinen pharmazeutischen Unterricht, es genügte fünf Jahre in einer Apotheke zu arbeiten oder ein Chemiestudium zu absolvieren um eine bestehende Apotheke zu übernehmen oder zu kaufen,. Neugründungen waren nicht erlaubt. Mit der Verordnung der Monopolcharakter der bestehenden Apotheken festgeschrieben, die als wahre Goldgruben auch fest im jeweiligen Familienbesitz verblieben. - Unbeschnitten. Titel mit längerem handschriftl. Eintrag d. Zt. Tls. etwas stockfleckig, eine Seite etwas angeschmutzt.EUR 1.200,00 (inkl. 7,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Weitere Abbildungen Aufgenommen mit whBOOK Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2019-12-14).
Bookseller: Seltene und wertvolle Bücher (schwabing-antiquariat) [München, DE]
2020-01-08 17:31:10
Wilkinson, John
Final edition of the first treatise by a named author on the coroner and on the sheriff, written by a Barnard's Inn attorney and appearing in many printings throughout the century; with separate sections on each officer and on each court. Modern calf, the spine lightly faded, first blanks a bit chipped, small hole in title, early ownership signatures, else quite sound; the Taussig copy. Printed by E. Flesher [and two others] to be sold [by 14 others], London, 1675.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2020-01-08 06:14:48
SCULTET (Jean) - SCULTETUS (Johannes).
Lyon, Antoine Cellier, 1675. Petit in-quarto (177 X 230 mm) veau brun marbré, triple encadrement de filet à froid sur les plats, dos quatre nerfs, caissons dorés ornés d'un fleuron et fers d'angle dorés, titre doré, tranches mouchetées en rouge (reliure moderne, à l'imitation) ; (10) ff. dont titre-frontispice gravé et titre en rouge et noir, 381/385 pages, (1) page et 12 ff. de tables et errata. Petit manque dans l'angle inférieur droit et petite tache brune dans la marge latérale du feuillet de titre, mouillure dans la partie supérieure du corps de l'ouvrage, quelques rousseurs et feuillets roussis, petite tache brune dans la marge supérieure des pages 183 à 200, déchirure restaurée sans manque pages 57/58 et 339/340. SECOND TIRAGE de la PREMIÈRE TRADUCTION FRANÇAISE réalisée par François Deboze ; il est identique au premier tirage paru à Lyon chez le même éditeur en 1672 (achevé d'imprimer à la date du 4 mars 1672). L'édition originale parue initialement en latin à Ulm en 1655 d'après le manuscrit intitulé "Armamentarium chirurgicum", est de toute rareté. "L'Arcenal de chirurgie" constitue le PREMIER OUVRAGE ENTIÈREMENT CONSACRÉ À L'INSTRUMENTATION DES PRATICIENS, le traducteur François Deboze expliquant le titre de la façon suivante : «Ainsi l'auteur a-t-il intitulé son livre parce que, comme dans les arsenaux, vous pouvez trouver ici des armes chirurgicales, et pour résister aux maladies, et pour combattre celles qui ne veulent céder à la diète, ni à la pharmacie, en quelque partie du corps qu'il faille travailler ». Cette édition lyonnaise de 1675 contient un beau TIT … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE ERIC CASTERAN [TOULOUSE, MP, France]
2020-01-07 16:19:14
Serres, Olivier de
Lyon, Mathieu Liberal, 1675. 14 nn. Blätter, 878 S., 1 nn. Bl., S. 879-902, 8 nn. Blätter. Gr.8° (23,8 x 18 cm). Späterer Druck des erstmals 1600 in Paris erschienenen Werkes. Mit 1 gefalteten Holzschnitt-Tafel und 17 teils fast ganzseitigen Textholzschnitten. Der neuere Einband (um 1900) etwas berieben und beschabt; Rücken mit winziger Fehlstelle am oberen Kapital und mit kleinen Einrissen am unteren Kapital; Fußkante des Vorderdeckels mit kleiner Bezugsfehlstelle; Einbandvergoldung mit kleineren Abplatzungen; Titel leicht angestaubt, leicht stockfleckig und manchmal leicht fingerfleckig; vereinzelt leicht fleckig; am Schluß einige Blätter im seitlichen Rand etwas wasserfleckig (bei einem Blatt gering in den Textrand hineingehend) - einige weitere Blätter leicht wasserrandig: einige Blätter mit kleineren Wurmgängen - zumeist im weissen Rand, vereinzelt aber auch leicht in den Text hineingehend (minimaler Buchstabenverlust); teils kleine Knickspuren in den Ecken und vereinzelt kleine Läsuren im weissen Rand; Seite 111 mit Tintenmarginalie von älterer Hand; 2 kleine Vorbesitzerstempel auf dem Titel, derselbe Stempel auch auf Seite 123; Exlibris auf dem vorderen Innendeckel. Umfangreiches Kompendium, das, ähnlich der Hausväterliteratur, über die reine Landwirtschaft hinausgeht - enthält auch Beiträge über Gartenanlagen, Weinbau, Obstbau, Bienenzucht, Jagd (als Anhang mit einem Beitrag von Jean de Clarmongan über die Wolfsjagd), einen Beitrag "Vers a soye" (Ver a soie) über die Seidenraupenzucht etc.. Mit gedruckter Widmung des Verfassers für den französischen König Heinrich … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: AixLibris- Antiquariat Klaus Schymiczek [Germany]
2020-01-03 19:46:07
Adrian Huyberts
London: The author, 1675. PHARMACIST VS. PHYSICIAN ¶ [2], 38 p. | 4to | A-E^4 | 196 x 145 mm ¶ First and only edition of the author's plea for reformed medical education in England. His apology might appear simply as retaliatory invective for his own mistreatment by the medical establishment, but it does underscore a serious clash between physicians and apothecaries at the time. ¶ Apothecaries had been gaining reputational ground since breaking ties with the Company of Grocers in 1617. An official laboratory had been established at Apothecaries' Hall, for example, just four years prior to publication of the present work. It's clear from Huyberts's own work, too, that he was a student of both Francis Bacon and Robert Boyle, forging links between his practice and some of England's most respected scientific minds. Convincing the rather conservative College of Physicians of their merit, however, was a hard fought battle. Huyberts had choice words for these physicians, among whom he found "many that run loose from being schoolmasters, or preachers, in England, to be made doctors at Leyden, and the like places beyond-sea; and by reading a few books and prating, intrude into a calling, which is not to be acquired but by years of labour, and studie of experimental, not school-philosophy" (30). "As for their pretensions of discoveries in anatomie, if they insist upon them, I am readie to prove, they have done nothing in all their anatomick theatres, which may conduce to better cure; and no more than what may serve the salta-di-banco's upon a stage, it being the last part … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Patrick Olson Rare Books [United States]
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2020-01-03 15:35:25
1675. [ELZEVIER]. [ARNAULD (Antoine) et Pierre NICOLE]. La Logique ou l'art de penser : contenant, outre les regles communes, plusieurs observations nouvelles, propres à former le jugement. Derniere edition. Amsterdam: [Daniel Elzevier pour] Abraham Wolfgank (1675). 1 volume petit in-12, 556+(8) pages, reliure en maroquin vert (DELANOE père), triple filet doré, dos à nerfs orné, guillochis sur les coupes et les mors, dentelle intérieure, tranches dorées (dos légèrement passé). Edition elzévirienne de la Logique de Port-Royal, imprimée sur la quatrième édition de l'ouvrage, donnée à Paris l'année précédente. La première édition fut publiée la première fois à Paris par Savreux en 1662. Source: Willems, Les Elzevier, 1510. Bel exemplaire.
Bookseller: lafatrasie [Pontoise, FR]
2020-01-03 14:04:14
Serres, Olivier de
Mathieu Liberal, Lyon, 1675. Gr.8° (23,8 x 18 cm). Späterer Druck des erstmals 1600 in Paris erschienenen Werkes., 14 nn. Blätter, 878 S., 1 nn. Bl., S. 879-902, 8 nn. Blätter. Späterer Lederband (um 1900) über Holzdeckeln, auf 5 Bünden, mit etwas Rückenvergoldung, schmaler, goldgepr. Bordüre auf beiden Deckeln (Doppelfileten, floraler Rollenstempel, Eckfleurons) und Marmorpapiervorsätzen (Vorsätze um 1900). Sprache: Französisch, Mit 1 gefalteten Holzschnitt-Tafel und 17 teils fast ganzseitigen Textholzschnitten. Der neuere Einband (um 1900) etwas berieben und beschabt; Rücken mit winziger Fehlstelle am oberen Kapital und mit kleinen Einrissen am unteren Kapital; Fußkante des Vorderdeckels mit kleiner Bezugsfehlstelle; Einbandvergoldung mit kleineren Abplatzungen; Titel leicht angestaubt, leicht stockfleckig und manchmal leicht fingerfleckig; vereinzelt leicht fleckig; am Schluß einige Blätter im seitlichen Rand etwas wasserfleckig (bei einem Blatt gering in den Textrand hineingehend) - einige weitere Blätter leicht wasserrandig: einige Blätter mit kleineren Wurmgängen - zumeist im weissen Rand, vereinzelt aber auch leicht in den Text hineingehend (minimaler Buchstabenverlust); teils kleine Knickspuren in den Ecken und vereinzelt kleine Läsuren im weissen Rand; Seite 111 mit Tintenmarginalie von älterer Hand; 2 kleine Vorbesitzerstempel auf dem Titel, derselbe Stempel auch auf Seite 123; Exlibris auf dem vorderen Innendeckel. Umfangreiches Kompendium, das, ähnlich der Hausväterliteratur, über die reine Landwirtschaft hinausgeht - enthält auch Beiträge über Gartenanlagen, We … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: AixLibris Antiquariat Klaus Schymiczek [Aachen, Germany]
2020-01-02 01:53:10
Sleidanus [i.e. Philippi], Johannes
Stockholm, Nicolaus Wankijff 1675. Folio. 2 (von: 6) Bll., 906 Ss., (6) Bll. Zwei verschiedene Holzschnitt-Druckermarken. Leder des 18. Jahrhunderts (berieben, etwas bestoßen) mit goldgeprägten De-ckelfileten, sparsamer Rückenvergoldung und goldgeprägtem Rückenschild. Zweite schwedische Ausgabe von Sleidanus Reformationsgeschichte. Titel und vorderer Vorsatz mit hand-schr. Besitzereintrag aus dem Jahr 1770, Reste von entferntem Exlibris auf Vorsatz. Durchge-hend gebräunt, stellenweise etwas stock- oder fingerfleckig; einige Ss. mit kleineren Braunfle-cken. V. d. Vekene E/h 002; Graesse VI, 421. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Buechel-Baur [Winnenden, Germany]
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2019-12-22 15:20:29
(Wohl Stra0burg), 1675. Mit gr. Titelholzschnitt. 35 S. Späterer Marmorpapier-Karton. 34 x 22,5 cm. VD17 1:041787T. - Interessantes Dokument besonders zur Pharmaziegeschichte Straßburgs. Die Stadt hatte zu dieser Zeit nur 4 Apotheken (1757 wurden 6 genehmigt, zu Beginn des 19. jahrhunderts waren es 8). Es gab noch keinen pharmazeutischen Unterricht, es genügte fünf Jahre in einer Apotheke zu arbeiten oder ein Chemiestudium zu absolvieren um eine bestehende Apotheke zu übernehmen oder zu kaufen,. Neugründungen waren nicht erlaubt. Mit der Verordnung der Monopolcharakter der bestehenden Apotheken festgeschrieben, die als wahre Goldgruben auch fest im jeweiligen Familienbesitz verblieben. - Unbeschnitten. Titel mit längerem handschriftl. Eintrag d. Zt. Tls. etwas stockfleckig, eine Seite etwas angeschmutzt. Versandkostenfreie Lieferung
Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski [Germany]
2019-12-19 11:52:05
STENGEL, Johann Peterson.
First edition of the Latin translation of Stengel's extensively illustrated Gnomonica universalis, originally published in German in 1675. It gives a detailed introduction to sundials, the measurement of time and other astronomical data, and is divided into four parts, treating the regular and vertical declining dials, reclining dials, horizontal dials, and portable dials respectively. The work proved very popular going through six editions in the original German and six in the present Latin translation.Some occasional slight browning, minor stain on first half-title, one tiny restoration in the margin, and one plate detached. Binding slightly rubbed. Very good copy, complete with all plates.De la Lande, p. 293; Houzeau & Lancaster 11525; VD 17, 23241626V (2 copies, incl. 1 incomplete); Zinner, Astron. Instrumente, p. 541..
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2019-12-19 06:26:45
Brydall, John
1675. Laws Relating to the Stuart-Era Nobility Brydall, John [b.1635?]. Jus Imaginis Apud Anglos; Or the Law of England Relating to the Nobility & Gentry. Faithfully Collected and Methodically Digested for Common Benefit. London: Printed for John Billinger, 1675. [xvi], 76, [1] pp. Blank interleaves throughout without annotations. Copperplate frontispiece (Arms of Great Britain). Folding table. Collates complete. Octavo (6-1/2" x 4-1/4"). Nineteenth-century three-quarter calf over marbled boards, raised bands and gilt title to spine. Moderate rubbing to extremities, corners bumped, hinges cracked, armorial bookplate to front pastedown, small early owner (or bookseller) stamp to verso of frontispiece. Moderate toning to text, occasional faint dampspotting, internally clean. Ex-library. Faint inkstamps to boards, another stamp to rear free endpaper, bookplate to front free endpaper, perforated stamp to head of title page. A solid copy of a scarce title. * Only edition. Brydall was a fellow of Queen's College, Oxford, and a bencher of Lincoln's Inn. A remarkably prolific writer, he published 36 legal treatises, and left 30 others in manuscript at the time of his death. All of these are brief, synthetic works. Holdsworth says they are good summaries that are "clearly arranged and based on the leading authorities." OCLC locates 12 copies in North American law libraries. Holdsworth, A History of English Law VI:605. Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth 1:203 (9).
Bookseller: lawbook exchange (intrepidbooks) [Clark, New Jersey, US]
2019-12-19 02:29:32
Lancelot Andrews
1675. Rare antique book, REV. PATRIS LANC. ANDREWS EPISC. WINTON. PRECES PRIVATÆ. GRÆCÈ & LATINÈ. OXONII, E THEATRO SHELDONIANO. M. DC. LXXV. (1675). Lancelot Andrewes (1555 - 25 September 1626) was an English bishop and scholar, who held high positions in the Church of England during the reigns of Elizabeth I and James I. During the latter's reign, Andrewes served successively as Bishop of Chichester, of Ely, and of Winchester and oversaw the translation of the King James Version of the Bible (or Authorized Version). In the Church of England he is commemorated on 25 September with a Lesser Festival. His best-known work is the Preces Privatae or Private Prayers, which has widespread appeal and has remained in print since renewed interest in Andrewes developed in the 19th century. Please look at all the photos for the best understanding of the condition and contents. The book measures 8.5cm x 13.5cm. There are some signs of age, use and wear. The leather hard cover is significantly faded and discoloured, some wear of the edges and general surface, though still bound tight. There is some occasional age/use related page discolouration/creasing dotted throughout, brown spotting/foxing etc typical with age. Overall contents binding appears strong, tight and complete. There are previous owner margin notes, text underlining, pen highlighting dotted throughout, mostly English translations of the Greek and Latin text The page edges are gold gilded, with an intricate gauffered design. A fabulous unique quality rarely seen in these works, including the rare Greek and Latin text. Overa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: bridgesbuyandsell [Shrewsbury, GB]
2019-12-18 23:34:41
London: 1675. contemporary calf bordered in gilt; rebacked, some hand-soiling, marginal staining. Binding sound. The leather boards have wear and crackling. [FISHER, PAYNE]. 1616-1693 He was made poet-laureate to Oliver Cromwell. Extremely rare book. Deus, et Rex, Rex, & Episcopus. Carmen ad Clerum. [1], [4], 104, [i.e 124], [18] pages. {God and King; King and the bishop. A song for the Clergy} Blank bordered frontispiece with manuscript dedication as pictured. 8vo, contemporary calf bordered in gilt; rebacked, some hand-soiling, marginal staining. Binding sound. The leather boards have heavy external wear and crackling. Rubbed. Joints starting to split about 3" along spine and front board as pictured. Leather is dry. Corners bumped and rubbed. Soiling to edges. Contemporary ownership name of Samuel Burton, and pencil notes on fly leaves. Edges gilt but faded. End pages red marbled. Repair as pictured. Page 31 chips on edge not affecting text. Scattered marginal stains. Overall good condition for age. Additional photos on request. [Np, 1675] Attributed to Payne Fisher RARE. "Hardly any two copies are found to agree exactly." - Lowndes II, page 801; Hazlitt I, page 156; Wing F1015. Fisher was the son of Payne Fisher, one of the captains in the royal life guard while Charles I was in Oxfordshire, and grandson of Sir William Fisher, knight. He was born at Warnford, Hampshire, in the house of his maternal grandfather, Sir Thomas Neale. He matriculated at Hart Hall, Oxford, in Michaelmas term, 1634; three years later he moved to Magdalene College, Cambridge. While at Cambridge h … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: bluemangobooksandmanuscripts [New Hope, Pennsylvania, US]
2019-12-18 20:00:10
ANVERS: 1675. %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% FRANCISCI ZYPAEI MECHLINIENSIS I.C. CELEBERRIMI OPERA OMNIA Nunc primum in duos Tomos redacta; ac in multis ab Authore locis aucta & emendata; Quorum Elenchum altera post Epistolam Dedica- toriam pagina indicabit. ANTVERPIAE 1675 ************************ Complet en 2 volumes in-folio (22 x 33 x 7) plein veau brun jaspé, dos à nerfs ornés de petits fleurons dorés Pièces de titre et de tomaison en basane verte, tranches jaspées, reliure du temps. Bandeaux, culs de lampe..texte sur 2 colonnes. Joli frontispice gravé au 1er tome Bel état général (fragilité et accroc en tête du tome II, début de fissure au mors sup. tome I) Autres photos sur simple demande Première édition collective complète des œuvres du canoniste flamand ******************** Chanoine Francisus ZYPAEUS (1580 - 1650) Savant canoniste flamand dont les écrits forment une importante source d'information sur l'histoire des institutions dans les pays-bas méridionaux. %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: laurentb832 [Beillé, FR]
2019-12-18 19:03:03
Rolle, Sir Henry
1675. Rolle's Reports Rolle, Sir Henry [1589-1656]. Les Reports de Henry Rolle Serjeant del Ley, De Divers Cases en le Court del' Banke le Roy. En le Temps del Reign de Roy Jacques, Colligees par Lui Mesme & Imprimees par Original. London: Printed for A. Roper, 1675. [iv], 279, [1], 285-339, [1], 353-477, [51] pp. Lacking final blank leaf. Copperplate portrait frontispiece. [Bound with] Rolle, Sir Henry. Un Continuation des Reports de Henry Rolle Serjeant del' Ley, , De Divers Cases en le Court del' Banke le Roy. En le Temps del Reign de Roy Jacques. London: Printed for Francis Tyton, 1676. [iv], 183, 186-274, 273-509, [55] pp. Folio (12-1/2" x 7-1/4"). Recent period-style quarter calf over cloth, raised bands and lettering piece to spine, endpapers renewed. Moderate toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, brief annotations in a few places, light soiling, brief annotation and library stamps to title page, other stamps to foot of frontispiece and rear endleaf. A handsome volume. * First editions. Covers the period from 1614-1625. Rolle was a friend of Selden and belonged to his intellectual circle. His reports are of excellent quality and are highly recommended by Matthew Hale. His work "shows not only stupendous industry, but a fine head for analysis and distinction, was partly the work of this season of his life.": Wallace, The Reporters 249. English Short-Title Catalogue R17382, R23092. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: lawbook exchange (intrepidbooks) [Clark, New Jersey, US]
2019-12-18 09:50:16
Leipzig: BON ETAT. 1675 1ere EDITION P Terentii Carthaginiensis Afri Comoediae Sex, Interpretatione et Notis Illustravit Nicolaus Camus J.V.D. Jussu Christianissimi Regis, in Usum Serenissimi Delphini par Terence PARISIIS, Apud Fredericum Leonard Typographum Regis, Serenissimi Delphini, & Cleri Gallicani, via Jacobaea. MDCLXXV, cum privilegio regis. Reliure d'époque plein veau, dos orné de caissons dorés, pièce de titres en cuir rouge. Beau frontispice gravé par F. Chauveau et I. Langlois, page de titre avec vignette gravée, Epistola en 2 feuilles signé de l'éditeur Frederic Leonard (162 p), 710 p, index (113p), bandeaux, culs-de-lampes gravés. Exemplaire solide, texte en très bon état. Fort In 4 , dim: 19 x 26 x 7 cm Les frais de port vers l'étranger peuvent varier en fonction de la destination, le montant indiqué dans l'annonce est le montant maximum. Merci de nous contacter à ce sujet. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: napo12 [Paris, FR]
2019-12-15 23:49:26
(Wohl Stra0burg), 1675.. Mit gr. Titelholzschnitt. 35 S. Späterer Marmorpapier-Karton. 34 x 22,5 cm. VD17 1:041787T. - Interessantes Dokument besonders zur Pharmaziegeschichte Straßburgs. Die Stadt hatte zu dieser Zeit nur 4 Apotheken (1757 wurden 6 genehmigt, zu Beginn des 19. jahrhunderts waren es 8). Es gab noch keinen pharmazeutischen Unterricht, es genügte fünf Jahre in einer Apotheke zu arbeiten oder ein Chemiestudium zu absolvieren um eine bestehende Apotheke zu übernehmen oder zu kaufen,. Neugründungen waren nicht erlaubt. Mit der Verordnung der Monopolcharakter der bestehenden Apotheken festgeschrieben, die als wahre Goldgruben auch fest im jeweiligen Familienbesitz verblieben. - Unbeschnitten. Titel mit längerem handschriftl. Eintrag d. Zt. Tls. etwas stockfleckig, eine Seite etwas angeschmutzt.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski [Germany]
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2019-12-15 01:41:29
Meurs, Johannes van; Meursius, Johannes
1675. Studies of Ancient Greece by an Important Dutch Scholar Meurs, Johannes van [1579-1639]. [Graevius, Johannes Georgius (1632-1703), Editor]. Creta, Cyprus, Rhodus: Sive De Nobilissimarum Harum Insularum Rebus & Antiquitatibus, Commentarii Postumi, Nunc Primum Editi. Amsterdam: Apud Abrahamum Wolfgangum, 1675. Three parts in one, each with title page and individual pagination. [vi], 264, [2]; [2], 124, [68]; [2], 175 pp. [Bound with] Meurs, Johannes van. Theseus Sive de Ejus Vita Rebusque Gestis Liber Postumus. Accedunt Ejusdem Paralipomena de Pagis Atticis, Et Excerpta ex V. Cl. Jocobi Sponii Itinerario de Iisdem Pagis. Utrecht: Apud Franciscum Halma, 1684. [viii], 136, [12], 40, 52, [8] pp. Quarto (7-3/4" x 6"). Contemporary three-quarter calf over marbled boards, later hand-lettered title label and fragment of shelf label to spine, edges rouged. Light soiling, some spotting to spine, corners and spine ends bumped, small chip to rear board, front hinge cracked. Title page of Theseus printed in red and black. Light toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, light foxing to some leaves. Early owner annotations to pastedowns and front free endpaper, later annotations in pencil in a few places, interior otherwise clean. Ex-library. Stamps to title pages. ,000. * Creta: first edition; Theseus: later edition. Van Meurs was a notable Dutch classical scholar and antiquary. This volume collects to of his most important works. The first one discusses accounts of Crete, Cyprus, Rhodes and other Greek islands in ancient Greek, Latin and Byzantine literature. The second concerns … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: lawbook exchange (intrepidbooks) [Clark, New Jersey, US]
2019-12-14 14:06:01
Smith, William
William Smith, 1675. Smith, William Balm from Gilead: a collection of the living Divine testimonies First Edition Hardcover William Smith, 1675 Very Good Book Publishing Details Author: Smith, WilliamFull title: Balm from Gilead: a collection of the living Divine testimoniesPublisher: William Smith, 1675Edition: First EditionBinding: HardcoverBook ID: 272895 Comments & Item Features Poor binding copy (needs repair) in the original stiff-card wrappers; wear and tear as with age. Text remains in fine condition and without blemish. Physical description; 236 pages. Subjects; William Smith. Divine testimonies. Book Condition Report: Book Condition: Very Good. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: MW Books Select Antiquarian Books (mwbooks2) [Co. Galway, IE]
2019-12-14 11:08:41
Turner, Thomas
1675. The King and His Creditors [Turner, Thomas (d. 1679)]. The Case of the Bankers and Their Creditors, Stated and Examined. Wherein the Property of the Subject in This, And the Like Cases, Is Soberly Asserted, By the Common and Statute Laws of England, His Majesties Most Gracious Declarations; By Innumerable, Great and Important Records of This Kingdom, From the Time of the Norman Conquest to Our Own Times; By the Civil Law, History, Polity, Morality, And Common Reason: And All Objections Undeniably Refuted. As it Was Inclosed in a Letter To a Friend, By a True Lover of His King and Country, And Sufferer for Loyalty. London: S.n., 1675. [x], 147, [1] pp. Octavo (7" x 4-1/2"). Contemporary speckled calf rebacked in period style. Blind rules to boards, gilt title and raised bands to spine, endpapers renewed. A few minor nicks to boards, corners bumped. Light toning to text, heavier toning to title page and a few leaves. Contemporary annotations to rear endleaves, interior otherwise clean. * Second and final issue, a much-enlarged version of the previous printing, a 44-page pamphlet printed in 1674. The Bankers' Case concerned the liability of the King to repay loans. The decision gave creditors of the crown the right to petition to the Barons of the Exchequer for breach of contract. This definition of a legal obligation marked a significant turning point in the relationship between king and subject. English Short-Title Catalogue R217081.
Bookseller: lawbook exchange (intrepidbooks) [Clark, New Jersey, US]
2019-12-13 18:02:11
PRESTET, Jean]
André Pralard, Paris, 1675. Plein veau de l'époque, dos à cinq nerfs orné et doré portant le titre doré. Un volume in quarto (249x184 mm), (16)-418 pages et 2 tableaux dépliants. Reliure légèrement frottée Corps d'ouvrage très frais malgré quelques petites salissures Édition originale. Prestet y donne la première démonstration (page 368) de la "règle des signes" que Descartes avait énoncé sans justification dans sa Géométrie en 1637. Leibnitz avait bien indiqué un élément de démonstration, mais il ne la donna pas réellement. (Cajori) Prestet reconnu que sa démonstration était insuffisante et il fallut attendre 1828 et les travaux de Gauss avant d'en avoir une démonstration correcte. Bel exemplaire. Cajory ["A history of mathematics" p. 248], G. Eneström [in. bibliotheca mathematica, 7. 1906-1907, p.300] ___________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________ENGLISH_DESCRIPTION______________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ Contemporary full calf, spine gilt in six compartments lettered in gilt. 4to (249x184 mm), (16)-418 pages and two folding tables Binding slighly rubbed Few small stains, but a fresh and crisp copy First edition. "In the eighteenth century proofs were given of Descartes' Rule of Signs' which its discoverer had enunciated without demonstration. G. W. Leibniz had pointed out a line of proof, but did not actually give it. In 1675 Jean Prestet (1648-1690) publihed at Paris in his Elemens des mathematiques a proof." (Cajori) (page 368) F … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Eric Zink Livres anciens [LE VÉSINET, France]
2019-12-13 09:57:27
Frederick de WIT (1630 - 1706)
Acquaforte e bulino, dimensioni mm 475x550 entrambe. Tavole prive di data (ma 1675); nella parte occidentale titolo in latino nel cartiglio in alto, replicato in olandese nel cartiglio in basso. Doppio imprint editoriali nei cartigli: Apud F. de Wit per il titolo in latino, e t’ Amsterdam Gedruckt by F. de Wit per quello in lingua olandese. Il foglio orientale presenta un grande cartiglio nella parte superiore, dove troviamo il doppio titolo e un solo imprint editoriale: Apud F. de Wit. Magnifiche prove, impresse su carta vergata coeva e finemente colorate in epoca, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Carte tratta da: Orbis Maritimus ofte Zee-Atlas, Tot Amsterdam, by Frederick de Wit in Calverstraet by den Dam inde Witte Paskaert. Il celebre Orbis Maritimus ofte Zee-Atlas è una raccolta nautica che è composta da 27 carte, finemente lavorate con attenzione particolare ai cartigli decorativi; fu pubblicata per la prima volta nel 1675 e, dopo il 1680, fu ristampata insieme all’atlante di mappe geografiche. In queste raccolte miste di carte geografiche e nautiche il De Wit non inseriva mai il frontespizio dell’Orbis Maritimus ofte Zee-Atlas; in questo caso, le carte venivano indicate nell’indice dell’atlante, insieme alle carte terrestri. F Frederick de Wit (1630 - 1706), incisore e venditore di mappe, nacque a Gouda nel 1630, figlio di Hendrick Fredericksz de Wit. Nel 1661 ottenne la cittadinanza della città di Amsterdam grazie al matrimonio con Maria van der Waag. Divenne uno dei più famosi incisori di mappe della seconda metà del XVII secolo ad Amsterdam. Sebben … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2019-12-13 09:57:26
Frederick de WIT (1630 - 1706)
1675. Totius Europae Littora Novissimè edita. Pascaert vertoonende alle de See-custen van Europa Acquaforte e bulino, 495x890 mm. Priva di data (ma 1675), firmata in lastra nel cartiglio in basso al centro: Gedruckt tot Amsterdam by Frederick de Wit in de Kalverstraet in de Witte Pascaert. Magnifica prova, con bellissima coloritura d'epoca, in eccellente stato di conservazione. La carta di Frederick de Wit è interamente basata sulla mappa di Willem Janszoon Blaeu del 1621, ma esclude la parte settentrionale e la rappresentazione della Groenlandia. Mostra tutta la costa dell’Europa, con il Mediterraneo orientale spostato all’interno dell’Africa. Il cartiglio del titolo, al centro, è generosamente circondato da putti e strumenti di navigazione. In alto a destra, contiene una scala metrica in miglia olandesi, spagnole e inglesi. In basso a destra, troviamo un cartiglio con la scala di miglia germaniche, in basso a sinistra, uno con la scala di miglia spagnole e olandesi. Al centro della carta, come nel modello di Blaeu, sono rappresentati i cartigli dei principali stati europei. Opera tratta dalla prima edizione del celebre atlante nautico Orbis Maritimus ofte Zee-Atlas, stampata con imprint: Tot Amsterdam, by Frederick de Wit in Calverstraet by den Dam inde Witte Paskaert. La raccolta, che è composta da 27 carte finemente lavorate con attenzione particolare ai cartigli decorativi, fu pubblicata per la prima volta nel 1675 e, dopo il 1680, fu ristampata insieme all’atlante di mappe geografiche. Bibliografia: C. Koeman, Atlantes Neerlandici: Bibliography of Terrestr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2019-12-11 19:00:16
[MAP - NETHERLANDS - DELFT]. [BLEYSWIJCK, Dirk Evertsz. van].
B. v.'t Hoff, Oude Plattegronden Delft 17 (pp. 37- 51); Obreen, Archief III, pp. 197-206; Koeman III, p. 98 (De Ram); Landwehr, De Hooghe etcher, p. 371. A large, splendidly decorated map of the city of Delft in South Holland: "As a masterpiece of precision and of the engraver's art, it stands out above all that was produced in that genre before or after, whether for Delft or for other cities" (J. Soutendam in Obreen, p. 197). It also happens to be one of the best documented examples of map making and engraving of the Dutch golden age, with invoices, receipts and attached documents preserved for its production in the years 1675-77. The costs ran to well over 2500 guilders. In or shortly before 1675, the burgomasters of the city of Delft charged former burgomaster Van Bleyswijck (1639-1681), author of the 1667 Beschryvinge der stadt Delft (Description of the city of Delft), with the oversight of this map's production. Johannes Vercolje (1650-1693), Delft painter and mezzotint artist, executed most of the drawings, including that for the central map itself. The principal engraver was Johannes de Ram (1648-1693), as noted on the map. Romeyn de Hooghe was involved as well, but whether he carried out any work on the four main plates represented here is unclear. Overall slightly soiled and browned and rubbed in places, with some loss of image or engraved text, most notably in the lower corners. A beautiful and remarkable city map in reasonable condition, professionally restored.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2019-12-11 01:14:52
SWART, Steven
Stephen Swart, bookseller neer the Exchange, in the Crowned Bible. 1675 1ed Netherlands Franco-Dutch War Louis XIV Swart Dutch FORTS West Indies The Netherland-Historian is a rare 17th-century historical account of notable voyages, wars, and political history in Europe. This collection of historical reports and letters covers the Franco-Dutch War, political reigns of Louis XIV of France, Charles II of England, and the Prince of Orange, the military influence of Raimondo Montecuccoli, and the strength of importance of European star forts. Publisher Steven Swart included several impressive folding engravings of castle forts and portraits. This 1675 first edition is notable for its inclusion of information on voyages in the West Indies and Suriname. (Sabin). Item number: #8949 Price: $599 SWART, Steven The Netherland-historian: containing a true and exact relation of what hath passed in the late warrs between the king of Great Britain, and the French king with their allyes, against the States generall of the United Provinces; from the beginning thereof anno 1671, to the conclusion of peace between his aforesaid Majesty of Britain, and the said states, with the continuation of what hath since happened between France and his allyes, against the said States and their conf derates, to the end of the year 1674; illustrated with above 60 sculptures, being the exact delineations of the most principall fortifications in those provinces, and the pourtraictures of severall mighty princes and eminent officers Amsterdam: Printed by Stephen Swart, bookseller neer the Exchange, in the Crown … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2019-12-09 15:13:45
(BOURSAULT, Edmé)
H. Herringman. 1675 [vi], 196pp. 12mo. Contemp. dark brown speckled calf, panelled in blind, raised bands, red & black morocco labels; extremities sl. rubbed. Armorial bookplate of the Earl of Guilford on leading pastedown, pictorial bookplate of Martin & Josephine Orskey on leading f.e.p.ESTC R19455, BL & Oxford only in UK; 6 copies in US. Attributed to Edmé Boursault by Wing. Based loosely on the life and adventures of Louis I de Bourbon, Prince of Condé, 1530-1569, younger brother of Antoine, King of Navarre. Bourbon was a Huguenot leader and military general who frequently clashed with Catherine de Medici and had an ill-fated affair with notorious court beauty Isabelle de Limeuil. In the preface the author clarifies: 'Though in this little piece there are many historical circumstances which may make it seem true, yet my design is not so much to delude, as to divert my reader [...] All the passages of war and occurrences thereupon, are seriously true; but as to Love, and those Mystical Intrigues, I cannot secure you. To speak properly, it is a new kind of Romance, carried on under illustrious Names, to make it the more acceptable: for people have naturally more sense and compassion for a Prince of their own knowledge, then [sic] for a Heroe, they never heard of before'.
Bookseller: Jarndyce Rare Books [UK]
2019-12-02 17:10:04
Bartolocci, Giulio and Carlo Giuseppe Imbonati
Rome: Typographia Sacrae Congregationis de Propaganda Fide, 1675-1694. First edition of this monumental work, the first systematic, all-inclusive bibliography of Jewish literature. Folio, 5 volumes, bound in contemporary calf, morocco spine labels, gilt titles and tooling to the spine. Title pages printed in red and black, 10 tables printed in red and black in volume 2, music printing in volume 4, 2 engraved portraits, woodcut device on 4 title-pages, woodcut initials, head-and tail-pieces. First editions are scarce. Gulio Bartolocci was a Cistercian monk and Hebrew scholar, Bartolocci was appointed both professor of Hebrew and rabbinical literature at the Collegium Neophytorum in Rome and Scriptor Hebraicus at the Vatican Library in 1651. His monumental Bibliotheca magna rabbinica contains accounts of Jewish literature and customs, as well as bibliographical and biographical information. The fourth volume was published posthumously by his disciple Imbonati, who also wrote the supplementary fifth volume. "Bartolocci's work is the first systematic, all-inclusive bibliography of Jewish literature" Grolier/Breslauer & Folter 72. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books [United States]
2019-12-02 05:57:38
Peter Sterry
a very good annotated copy. Peter Sterry - Freedom of the Will 1675 - Cromwell, Platonist Puritan rare Peter Sterry - Freedom of the Will 1675 - Cromwell, Platonist Puritan rare Click images to enlarge Description A Discourse of the Freedom of the Will. 1675 ​​​​​​_____________________ ​30cm x 19cm ​​ A lovely copy of a rare work by the 'Platonizing Puritan' and chaplain to Oliver Cromwell. ​​​___________ London: printed for John Starkey, at the Miter near Temple Bar, in Fleet-street. Folio. 30cm x 19cm. Contemporary panelled calf, recently rebacked in style with red label and raised bands. ~ ESTC R471001. In this issue, line 8 of title has: Emanuel ; line 2 of imprint ends: near. Late nineteenth century ownership signature of noted theologian Nath. Micklem e Coll BVM Winton Oxon, and earlier ownership ink signature of R. Greaves (Richard Greaves 1794-1870), who has added numerous manuscript comments and anotations to the margins, and noted that he gave the book to Jane Taylor in 1866. There are also some additional ones by Micklem. Sterry was an English independent theologian associated with the Cambridge Platonists during the English Civil War era. Sterry was chaplain to Oliver Cromwell and also a member of the Westminster Assembly. He was a leading radical Puritan preacher. All of our books will be carefully packaged and are shipped courier, insured by us. Shipping to UK: £4.50 insured Shipping to US: £20 insured, air mail. ​ Images sell! Get Supersized Images & Free Image HostingCreate your brand with Auctiva's Customizable Templates. Attention Sellers - Get Templates I … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: spurgeon789 [Milton Keynes, United Kingdom]
2019-12-02 04:17:02
STERRY, Peter
London: printed for John Starkey, at the Miter near Temple Bar, in Fleet-street, 1675. Folio. 30cm x 19cm. Contemporary panelled calf, recently rebacked in style with red label and raised bands. ~ ESTC R471001, In this issue, line 8 of title has: Emanuel ; line 2 of imprint ends: near . Late nineteenth century ownership signature of noted theologian Nath. Micklem e Coll BVM Winton Oxon, and earlier ownership ink signature of R. Greaves (Richard Greaves 1794-1870) , who has added numerous manuscript comments and anotations to the margins, and noted that he gave the book to Jane Taylor in 1866. There are also some additional ones by Micklem. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Butler Rare Books [Milton Keynes, BUCKS, United Kingdom]
2019-12-01 04:24:10
AQUILA Pietro
[4 (title page; dedicatory plate to the Bishop of Tarso; frontispiece; Carracci's funeral monument)], 21 plates, all d.p. except 11 & 13, mounted on guards (title a little dusty, sporadic spotting, stronger on pl.21, faint waterstaining to upper fore-edge, not touching plates). Rome: Giovanni Giacomo de Rossi, [c.1674]. (with:) Deorum Concilium in Pincis Burghesianis hortis ab Ioanne Lanfranco Parmensi tum spirantibus ad vivum imaginibus tum monocromatibus atque ornamentis mira pingendi arte expressum, a Petro Aquila ad similitudinem delineatum et incisum expressum. [1(title page)], 8 d.p. plates, numbered 2-9 in manuscript, mounted on guards (dust-soiling, guards renewed, a few stains to title-page, 2 plates with short closed tears to lower margin, not touching plate, marginal tear to plate 6 (numbered 7), the corresponding right-hand panel laid onto thicker paper, plate 8 (numbered 9) similarly laid down). Large folio (463 x 360mm). Half-green vellum over marbled paper-covered boards (extremities rubbed and worn). Rome: Giovanni Giacomo de Rossi,
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2019-11-30 03:15:05
OGILBY, John
By the Author, 1675. 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 theorof. First edition. Engraved and rubricated frontispiece by Hollar after Barlow, title printed in red and black, 12ff., 200pp., 2ff., 6 engraved head-pieces, 6 historiated initials, 1 double page map of England and Wales signed James Moxon in lower left corner, and 100 double-page road maps. folio. Printed by the Author. 1675. A very good, tall copy of the first edition, second issue, with catchword "132" on D1r, without the dedication to Archbishop Gilbert, and with the 4 leaf description "Of the City of London". An early issue, the plates without numbering. Bound in contemporary cat's paw calf, very neatly rebacked (not recently), and with the original red morocco label. Armorial book-plate of Sir William Robinson, Knight, 1704, [of Studley Royal, Yorkshire], High Sheriff of Yorkshire, on the verso of the title-page. The maps are all crisp, clean, dark impressions, with the following minor imperfections. Very small natural paper flaws to maps 11, 20 (in blank margin), and D2 of text with natural paper slit. Tiny rust-holes in maps 21, 24, 40, 75 and 87. Small marginal waterstain to map 21. Clean horizontal tear along an old crease to three preliminary text leaves, but without any loss. The creases are also on a number of other text leaves and appear to be original minor flaws in the paper from the original production. John Ogilby's Britannia was composed of 73 major roads and cross-roa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Ken Spelman Books Ltd. (ABA, PBFA). [York, United Kingdom]
2019-11-30 00:52:16
FALDA, Giovanni Battista.
11 , [1 blank] pp. plus plates.Very rare first and only German edition of a collection of views of the fountains of Rome by Giovanni Battista Falda, first published in Italian in 4 parts from 1675 to 1685. The present German edition was issued simultaneously with a Latin edition by the same printer and publisher. It is one of a series of Sandrart editions of collections of plates first published by the de'Rossi firm in Rome. The 42 engraved plates are beautifully and skillfully designed and engraved. All show fountains, mostly in Rome's city squares with an entourage of people. Most follow the original plates in parts 1 and 2 of De'Rossi's Italian edition of Falda's Le fontane di Roma, ca. 1675-1676, but plate I was newly made for this edition; pl. XV is follows one in part 3 of Le fontane and pl. XXXXII, a view of the Villa Pamphili in Rome, follows one in another de'Rossi production. Every engraving is accompanied by a text in Latin and German. A number of the plates are signed by the engravers Hans Franck, Johann Meyer, Susanna van Sandrart and Johann Azelt. Falda's work is an important source not only for the topography and history of the city of Rome, but also for the terminology of art and architecture.In good condition. The spine is worn, with damage at the head and foot, the hinges cracked and the boards show some surface defects, but the binding is structurally sound. With the engraved armorial bookplate of Charles Viscount Bruce on the back of the title-page.l Berlin Kat. 3604; BAL 1015; P. Bellini, "Per una definizione dell'opera di G. Batt. Falda", in: Arte Cris … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2019-11-29 20:31:36
GOD
UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD PRESS, 1675. VERY GOOD CONDITION, PLEASE SEE COLLATION AND CONDITION REPORT BELOW. PRESENTING FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION EXQUISITE GENUINE 344 YEAR OLD BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER WITH THE PSALMS AND THE APOCRYPHA PRINTED BY THE OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS AT THE SHELDONIAN THEATER 1675 * QUARTO EDITION * MEASURES 9" x 7 " IN AMAZINGLY CLEAN, VERY GOOD CONDITION INSIDE !!! EXTRACTED FROM THE FIRST EDITION KING JAMES BIBLE EVER PRINTED AT OXFORD ! FINELY REBOUND IN EXTRA-GILT DARK BROWN FULL SHEEPSKIN LEATHER! *WITH* GORGEOUS HANDMADE MARBLED END PAPERS ! *AND* SUBSTANTIALLY THICK COVERS ! FROM: HERBERT # 719 A BEAUTIFUL EXAMPLE OF AN ENGLISH RESTORATION ERA BOOK FEATURES : 1.) BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER with BOTH THE ENGRAVED TITLE PAGE (rare) AND THE LETTERPRESS TITLE PAGE AND THE PSALTER (book of psalms) OF KING HENRY 8TH'S GREAT BIBLE 2.) THE APOCRYPHA 3.) THE WHOLE BOOK OF PSALMS COLLECTED INTO ENGLISH METER COMPLETE AND WITH UNTRIMMED PAGES ! **************************************************************************** THE SHELDONIAN THEATER AT OXFORD 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 fro … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Ancient Words Ever True Rare Bibles (tassbunch) [Jefferson City, Tennessee, US]
2019-11-28 04:01:08
AQUILA Pietro
[c.1675]. [4 (title page; dedicatory plate to the Bishop of Tarso; frontispiece; Carracci's funeral monument)], 21 plates, all d.p. except 11 & 13, mounted on guards (title a little dusty, sporadic spotting, stronger on pl.21, faint waterstaining to upper fore-edge, not touching plates). Rome: Giovanni Giacomo de Rossi, [c.1674]. (with:) Deorum Concilium in Pincis Burghesianis hortis ab Ioanne Lanfranco Parmensi tum spirantibus ad vivum imaginibus tum monocromatibus atque ornamentis mira pingendi arte expressum, a Petro Aquila ad similitudinem delineatum et incisum expressum. [1(title page)], 8 d.p. plates, numbered 2-9 in manuscript, mounted on guards (dust-soiling, guards renewed, a few stains to title-page, 2 plates with short closed tears to lower margin, not touching plate, marginal tear to plate 6 (numbered 7), the corresponding right-hand panel laid onto thicker paper, plate 8 (numbered 9) similarly laid down). Large folio (463 x 360mm). Half-green vellum over marbled paper-covered boards (extremities rubbed and worn). Rome: Giovanni Giacomo de Rossi, First editions of Sicilian printmaker Pietro Aquila's (c.1650-1692) striking works reproducing, in the first, the extravagant, baroque wall and ceiling frescos in the barrel-vaulted gallery at the Palazzo Farnese, executed between 1597 and 1601 by Annibale Carracci for Cardinal Odoardo Farnese, and depicting Greek and Roman myths on the subject of the loves of the Gods; and in the second, Lanfranco's 'The Council of the Gods', painted in 1624-5 in the central hall of the casino of the Villa Borghese for Cardinal Scipion … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2019-11-23 21:00:32
Enrico Caterino Davila
Imprenta Real, Madrid, 1675. Encuadernación en pergamino de época en buen estado. Formato folio. 6 h. 594 pág.+190 pág + 9 h. Portada a 2 tintas con un grabado. Bonitas letras capitulares. Corto de margen superior, 1 hoja con restauración en margen por defecto de imprenta que no impide su lectura. Con algunas pequeñas manchas [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librería García Prieto [Madrid, Spain]
2019-11-21 17:24:57
Boyle, Robert
London: E. Flesher, for R. Davis, 1675. First Edition. Cloth. Near Fine. First Edition. 1 leaf, 1-38 pages. 8vo. A1a (sub-title page on electricity) ; A2a-C4b (pp 1-38). Last two leaves with smaller font size as issued. Bound in later paper wrappers, the whole in cloth boards with 4 flap enclosure inside. Cloth. This tract is the first work on electricity in the English language. It is one (ONLY) of eleven tracts (each with separate sub-title pages) published in Boyle's collection "Experiments, Notes, &c. About the Mechanical Origine or Production of divers particular Qualities: Among which is inserted a Discourse of the Imperfection of the Chymist's Doctrine of Qualities...", 1675, London: Flesher for R. Davis.This is just the one tract - not the collection. Fulton in his Boyle bibliography (2nd edition) notes the collection of eleven tracts "is rare and often imperfect, and it contains two of Boyle's major contributions to physical science...The collection is important because of the tracts on magnetism and electricity." Fulton goes on to debunk the imposters to the title of "first work on electricity" in a paragraph long discussion I won't retrace here.There were two issues of the collection differing only in the title page date. It is important to note that Fulton confirms the last two leaves of this tract were published in smaller type (as here). An important tract on it's own and as the first work on electricity in the English language worthy of preservation. Fulton, "A Bibliography of the Honourable Robert Boyle, Fellow of the Royal Society, Second Edition … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2019-11-21 17:24:57
Boyle, Robert
E. Flesher, for R. Davis, London, 1675. First Edition. 1 leaf, 1-38 pages. 8vo. A1a (sub-title page on electricity) ; A2a-C4b (pp 1-38). Last two leaves with smaller font size as issued. Bound in later paper wrappers, the whole in cloth boards with 4 flap enclosure inside. Cloth. This tract is the first work on electricity in the English language. It is one (ONLY) of eleven tracts (each with separate sub-title pages) published in Boyle's collection "Experiments, Notes, &c. About the Mechanical Origine or Production of divers particular Qualities: Among which is inserted a Discourse of the Imperfection of the Chymist's Doctrine of Qualities.", 1675, London: Flesher for R. Davis. This is just the one tract - not the collection. Fulton in his Boyle bibliography (2nd edition) notes the collection of eleven tracts "is rare and often imperfect, and it contains two of Boyle's major contributions to physical science.The collection is important because of the tracts on magnetism and electricity." Fulton goes on to debunk the imposters to the title of "first work on electricity" in a paragraph long discussion I won't retrace here. There were two issues of the collection differing only in the title page date. It is important to note that Fulton confirms the last two leaves of this tract were published in smaller type (as here). An important tract on it's own and as the first work on electricity in the English language worthy of preservation. Fulton, "A Bibliography of the Honourable Robert Boyle, Fellow of the Royal Society, Second Edition", Oxford: 1961. #123. [Attributes: First Edit … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Kuenzig Books ( ABAA / ILAB ) [Topsfield, MA, U.S.A.]
2019-11-21 14:53:12
World map - Johann Hoffmann, 1675
1675. ?Mappe-Monde geo-hydrographique.? Rare, large, decorative double hemisphere map of the world, engraved by Sigmund Gabriel Hipschmann and published by Johann Hoffmann in 1675. Hipschmann copied Hubert Jaillot?s similar smaller world map from a year earlier, which in turn is based on the map of Nicolas Sanson made in 1651. Coloured by a later hand. Size: approx. 52 x 87 cm. The corners of the map have allegorical figures representing the four continents: an Indian woman with a parrot and an alligator for the Americas, a woman holding the sun in her hands and an elephant for Asia, a black woman with a palm tree and two lions for Africa, and an armoured woman amidst weaponry for an ever belligerent Europe. Between the hemispheres at the top are two elaborate cartouches composed of cherubs riding dolphins with flowering banners. At the bottom a bold cartouche is flanked by two twin-tailed mermen. The map shows California as an island (?Isle de Californie?), a ?Terre de Iesso ou Ieco? extends from Japan to California. Only the East Coast of New Zealand is shown, along with an incomplete Australia, southern coast of Van Diemen?s Land and a tentative line of ?Terre Australe et Inconnue? [the unknown Southern Continent]. The map distinguishes the Great Lakes, based largely on Jesuit reports, and mentions Lac Superior, Lac des puans [?Lake of evil smells? for Lake Michigan] and Mer Doux. Price: Euro 4.950,- (incl. frame)
Bookseller: Inter-Antiquariaat Mefferdt & De Jonge [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
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2019-11-20 20:40:08
Leiden - Christian Hagen, 1675
BEROEMDE WANDKAART VAN LEIDEN "Lugdunum Batavorum 1675." De befaamde zgn. 'Kleine Hagen'. Gravure gedrukt van meerdere koperplaten. "Afgemeten en Afgeteykent door Johan Douw De Jonge" en gegraveerd door Christia(e)n (van) Hagen. Later met de hand gekleurd. Afm. (prent) ca. 84 x 94 cm, lijst 108 x 116 cm. Wandkaart van Leiden, plattegrond met een panorama van de stad gezien vanuit het zuiden. Links met afbeeldingen van Pieters Kerk, "Pancras-" ook wel Hooglandse Kerk, universiteit met hortus, Lakenhal, de door geldgebrek nimmer verder dan de fundamenten gebouwde Nieuw Gefundeerde Kerk, stadhuis, burcht en Mare Kerk. Rechts de Witte Poort, Morspoort, Hogewoerdsbinnenpoort, Koepoort, Blauwpoort, Rijnsburger- of Haarlemmerpoort, Marepoort en Zijlpoort. Bovenaan de door festoenen verbonden wapens van de stad en van de vier regerende burgemeesters. Op de kaart zijn cartouches met allegorische figuren afgebeeld met genummerde aanwijzing van namen van straten en gebouwen. Aan het eind van de 16de- en in de eerste helft van de 17de-eeuw werd de bebouwing in het middeleeuwse stadsdeel sterk verdicht. Door overbevolking, verschuivingen in de sociale samenstelling van de bevolking en functieverandering van huizen en grachten, werden erven en binnenplaatsen volgebouwd met achtersteegjes; de zgn. poorten. De daaraan gelegen arbeiderswoningen waren zeer klein en vaak van slechte kwaliteit. Om te kunnen voorzien in het steeds nijpender gebrek aan ruimte werd de stad in de eerste helft van de 17de eeuw in een aantal uitleggen fors uitgebreid. Voor een deel zijn dit voor de hand liggende opv … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Inter-Antiquariaat Mefferdt & De Jonge [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2019-11-15 21:17:41
Jeremy Taylor; William Cave
London: R. Norton and R. Royston, 1675. Click here to see our other books! Antiquitates Christianae Or The History of the Life and Death of the Holy Jesus by Jeremy Taylor With Antiquitates Apostolicae Or The Lives, Acts and Martyrdoms of the Holy Apostles of Our Saviour To Which are Added The Lives of the two Evangelists, SS. Mark and Luke by William Cave Two Volumes in one Jeremy Taylor; William Cave 1675 R. Norton and R. Royston : London 13.5" by 9" xxvi, vii, 431, 107-176pp SUMMARY Two Volumes in one. A regency leatherbound volume with marble paper covered boards, engraved frontispiece, and illustrations. Illustrated,Leather Binding Overall Condition: Fair This book weighs 2 KG when packed UK Postage: £ 3.99 US Postage: £ 29.99 EU Postage: £ 21.99 European Postage: £ 23.99 Asia Postage: £ 37.99 Worldwide Postage: £ 38.99 DESCRIPTION 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 Bibliothèque universelle … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian (the-mad-librarian) [Bath, GB]
2019-11-13 10:09:33
Boyle, Robert
London: E. Flesher, for R. Davis 1675. First Edition. 1 leaf, 1-38 pages. 8vo. A1a (sub-title page on electricity) ; A2a-C4b (pp 1-38). Last two leaves with smaller font size as issued. Bound in later paper wrappers, the whole in cloth boards with 4 flap enclosure inside. Cloth. This tract is the first work on electricity in the English language. It is one of eleven tracts (each with separate sub-title pages) published in Boyle's collection "Experiments, Notes, &c. About the Mechanical Origine or Production of divers particular Qualities: Among which is inserted a Discourse of the Imperfection of the Chymist's Doctrine of Qualities...", 1675, London: Flesher for R. Davis. Fulton in his Boyle bibliography (2nd edition) notes the collection of eleven tracts "is rare and often imperfect, and it contains two of Boyle's major contributions to physical science...The collection is important because of the tracts on magnetism and electricity." Fulton goes on to debunk the imposters to the title of "first work on electricity" in a paragraph long discussion I won't retrace here. There were two issues of the collection differing only in the title page date. It is important to note that Fulton confirms the last two leaves of this tract were published in smaller type (as here). An important tract on it's own and as the first work on electricity in the English language worthy of preservation. Fulton, "A Bibliography of the Honourable Robert Boyle, Fellow of the Royal Society, Second Edition", Oxford: 1961. #123. Near Fine.
Bookseller: Kuenzig Books ABAA [USA]
2019-11-08 03:51:36
OGILBY, John
By the Author, 1675. 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 theorof. First edition. Engraved and rubricated frontispiece by Hollar after Barlow, title printed in red and black, 12ff., 200pp., 2ff., 6 engraved head-pieces, 6 historiated initials, 1 double page map of England and Wales signed James Moxon in lower left corner, and 100 double-page road maps. folio. Printed by the Author. 1675. A very good, tall copy of the first edition, second issue, with catchword "132" on D1r, without the dedication to Archbishop Gilbert, and with the 4 leaf description "Of the City of London". An early issue, the plates without numbering. Bound in contemporary cat's paw calf, very neatly rebacked (not recently), and with the original red morocco label. Armorial book-plate of Sir William Robinson, Knight, 1704, [of Studley Royal, Yorkshire], High Sheriff of Yorkshire, on the verso of the title-page. The maps are all crisp, clean, dark impressions, with the following minor imperfections. Very small natural paper flaws to maps 11, 20 (in blank margin), and D2 of text with natural paper slit. Tiny rust-holes in maps 21, 24, 40, 75 and 87. Small marginal waterstain to map 21. Clean horizontal tear along an old crease to three preliminary text leaves, but without any loss. The creases are also on a number of other text leaves and appear to be original minor flaws in the paper from the original production. John Ogilby's Britannia was composed of 73 major roads and cross-roa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Ken Spelman Books Ltd. (ABA, PBFA). [York, United Kingdom]
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2019-11-03 10:37:06
Loggan, David.
Loggan, David. Bodleian Library, Oxford. An original engraving from the 'Oxonia Illustrata', published in 1675. 320 x 420 mm.The preparation for the Oxonia Illustrata took several years, and resulted in plates of extraordinary detail. A part from the preface there was no text, as Loggan meant the work to be a companion to Wood's 'History and Antiquities of the University of Oxford,' 1675. It is said that book was printed in Loggan's own house.#2042357
Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd. [United Kingdom]
2019-11-03 10:37:06
LOGGAN, David.
LOGGAN, David. Christchurch College, Oxford. An original engraving from the 'Oxonia Illustrata', published in 1675. 420 x 830 mm.The preparation for the Oxonia Illustrata took several years, and resulted in plates of extraordinary detail. A part from the preface there was no text, as Loggan meant the work to be a companion to Wood's 'History and Antiquities of the University of Oxford,' 1675. It is said that book was printed in Loggan's own house.#2042350
Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd. [United Kingdom]
2019-11-03 10:37:06
Loggan, David.
Loggan, David. Bodleian Library, Oxford. An original engraving from the 'Oxonia Illustrata', published in 1675. 320 x 420 mm.The preparation for the Oxonia Illustrata took several years, and resulted in plates of extraordinary detail. A part from the preface there was no text, as Loggan meant the work to be a companion to Wood's 'History and Antiquities of the University of Oxford,' 1675. It is said that book was printed in Loggan's own house.#2042357
Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd. [United Kingdom]
2019-11-02 12:08:04
Mastelloni Frat Andrea
Per Girolamo Fasulo, in Napoli, 1675. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena con titolo manoscritto al dorso in grandi caratteri. Carte piuttosto ingiallite, ma ben leggibili. Un forellino di tarlo al margine superiore di poche pagine. Nel complesso esemplare in ottimo stato di conservazione Opera molto rara. Non in Br. Libr., non in Vinciana, non in Lozzi. 4to (cm. 20), 13 cc.nn. (compresa antiporta f.t. incisa su rame), 336 pp. con 9 tavole f.t. sempre incise su rame (due firmate Pesche, di cui una più volte ripiegata). [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Ex Libris ALAI-ILAB/LILA member [Roma, Italy]
2019-11-02 00:10:13
POULLAIN DE LA BARRE (François).
A Paris chez Antoine Dezallier 1675 1A Paris, chez Antoine Dezallier, 1675. In-12 de 329-(5) pp., veau brun, dos orné à nerfs, tranches jaspées (reliure de l'époque). Edition originale.Continuation par Poullain de La Barre (1647-1725) de la méthode cartésienne appliquée à l'émancipation de la femme une première fois dans De l'Egalité des deux sexes en 1673, deux ans plus tard avec la publication De l'Excellence des hommes contre l'égalité des sexes (1675) : « Si le titre peut faire croire que l'auteur se rétracte, ce n'est qu'un approfondissement très fort de sa première thèse. Les arguments, sur lesquels le sexe masculin prétend fonder cette prétendue excellence y sont bien exposés, mais c'est pour être démolis chacun à leur tour » (G. Reynier, La femme au XVIIe s p. 240).« Sans Descartes, il n'y aurait pas eu Poullain de la Barre ; sans Poullain de la Barre, l'histoire du féminisme aurait piétiné longtemps encore. Il ne faut pas craindre de voir en lui le doctrinaire de l'émancipation des femmes le plus important que nous ayons eu depuis le moyen âge jusqu'au milieu du XIXe siècle. Certaines de ses analyses parce que trop audacieuses, ne seront même comprises qu'au XXe siècle, notamment Simone de Beauvoir qui s'en est inspirée. C'est le contexte rationaliste qu'il faut voir naître et s'épanouir dans la pensée féministe de Poullain de la Barre » (M. Albistur & D. Armorgate, Le grief des femmes, p. 84).Très bon exemplaire. Gay, I, 798 ; Buisson, II, 2420.
Bookseller: Bonnefoi Livres Anciens [France, Paris]
2019-10-29 23:05:09
BOYLE (Robert).
67529 BOYLE (Robert). Observationes de Salsedine Maris. 1675 BOYLE (Robert). Observationes de Salsedine Maris. Bononiae, Petronii de Ruinettis, 1675. in-12. 46pp. 1f. Maroquin vert, triple filet sur les plats, tranches dorées (réemboîtage postérieur). Première édition en latin de l'ouvrage de Boyle sur la chimie de l'eau de mer et sur sa désalinisation, paru à Londres l'année précédente avec quelques autres textes, sous le titre de "Saltness of the Sea"."Boyle was much interested in the problem of rendering sea-water fit for consumption and much of the present tract is taken up with an account of experiments designed to make this operation feasible for sailors. As a result of the tract he became involved in long correspondance, some of which was printed in Grew's'Salt-Water sweetned', on distillation of sea-water" (Fulton).Cette première traduction latine, publiée à Bologne en Italie l'année suivant l'originale de Londres, est très rare. Elle manque à la plupart de bibliothèques européennes et aucun exemplaire ne figure dans les bibliothèques américaines. L'édition qu'on trouve habituellement est celle de Genève, 1686.Bon exemplaire, réemboîté dans une reliure en maroquin (dos refait). Fulton, 114.
Bookseller: livresrarescom [Barcelona, ES]
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