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2018-10-01 20:51:57
WILLIAM HUGHES
London: 1675. Only edition, 12mo, pp. [36], 136, [7] George Dawes catalogue; approbation leaf backed in Japanese tissue, fore- and bottom margin of title similarly restored; very good in recent full brown calf antique, black morocco label. Wing H3329; Yale, LC, Michigan, Harvard, Columbia and California in NUC.
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [Saint Paul, Minnesota, US]
2018-09-28 08:14:48
The Netherlands-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 Printed by Stephen Stewart Amsterdam, 1675 First English Edition First English Edition; Bound Full worn contemporary calf. 4 raised bands. Front cover attached by 2 of the 4 sewing threads, so wobbly and a bit fragile. Rear board firmly attached. Small 8vo. Lacks free endpapers. viii,560(2), 16pp. 28 of 29 called for double-page or folding plates (4 portraits, 1 battle scene, the deaths of the DeWitt brothers, etc.).Missing plate #2, a map of fortifications at Rijnberg,Orfoy .Top threads are stretched causing some sections to be nearly pulled loose.Needs resewn. About half of leather spine is chipped away.The Original metal latch which is no longer attached is laid-in loose. Two names inked on the 1/2 title page and original owners names Mary and Henry Bartlett are inked on the title page. Complete but for one plate, text is overall in good readable condition with only mild tanning and foxing. The book is a contemporary history of the Franco-Dutch war,(1672-1674) with plates showing the fortifications of Dutch cities and European heads of state, as well as the dramatic deaths of the DeWitt brothers. See Sabin 52347.
Bookseller: Dearly Departed Books [Alliance, Ohio, US]
2018-09-28 06:00:41
HISTORY OF RENOWNED VICTORIOUS PRINCESS ELIZABETH 1675 W. CAMDEN FINE FOLIO THE HISTORY OF THE MOST RENOWNED AND VICTORIOUS PRINCESS ELIZABETH, LATE QUEEN OF ENGLAND; CONTAINING ALL THE MOST IMPORTANT AND REMARKABLE PASSAGES OF STATE.... WRITTEN BY WILLIAM CAMDEN... THE THIRD EDITION... LONDON PRINTED BY E. FLESHER...AND JOHN AMERY... 1675 A substantial rare folio edition in a high quality recent full calf binding. Folio, bound in recent(1983) tan full calf, spine with 6 gilt ruled raised bands and red morocco label. The text is complete, meeting collation: [9], 10 leaves, 11-661, [41] pp, with title in red and black. The frontispiece portrait plate is lacking The books measure 19cm by 30.5cm. The binding is holding firmly and in very good order, some light rubbing / marking to surfaces, minor shelf wear to edges. Textblock holding firmly, contents generally in very good clean condition if a little toned, with occasional minor foxing/handling marks. Title browned and with slight chipping to fore edge, the following few leaves of prelims more notably foxed and with some light waterstaining toward lower edge, final few leaves also foxed though otherwise a good fresh copy. Modern plain endpapers, retaining early bookplate to upper pastedown. CHECK OUT MY STORE FOR MORE WONDERFUL BOOKS, MEDALS AND TOKENS * ALWAYS FREE SHIPPING IN U.S.A. AND CANADA * INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING ENQUIRIES WELCOMED PAYMENT DUE UPON 5 DAYS OF SALE PAYPAL ONLY Track Page Views With Auctiva's FREE Counter.
Bookseller: COLLECTED-BOOKS [Vancouver Island, BC, CA]
2018-09-28 01:06:44
Plato
London: 1675. First edition in English of The Apology - the account of the speech Socrates makes at the trial in which he is charged with not recognizing the gods recognized by the state, inventing new deities, and corrupting the youth of Athens. A cornerstone of Western philosophy and a reminder to examine one's life truthfully without succumbing to pressure and fear. [40], 300, [6, blank] - likely the initial blank leaf bound at the rear along with the other two that are called for. Bound in early 20th century blue morocco with red speckled edges. Engraved frontispiece of Socrates accepting hemlock - small piece of upper corner torn away. Paper flaw touching 2 letters of G4, textblock edges a bit dusty. Several early notations throughout, otherwise quite internally clean. A Very Good copy of a rare and foundational work. Also here for the first time in English is Phaedo - describing the moments in the prison cell leading up to Socrates' death from poisoning by use of hemlock. "Phaedo is unique in that it presents Plato's own metaphysical, psychological, and epistemological views; thus it belongs to Plato's middle period rather than with his earlier works detailing Socrates' conversations regarding ethics. Known to ancient commentators by the title On the Soul, the dialogue presents no less than four arguments for the soul's immortality. It also contains discussions of Plato's doctrine of knowledge as recollection, his account of the soul's relationship to the body, and his views about causality and scientific explanation. Most importantly of all, Plato sets forth his most … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: penus.ox1ve [Pasadena, California, US]
2018-09-28 00:15:47
ENLARGED PICTURES!! Please scroll ALL the way down to view LARGER images. R470. Romae, in Aedibus Populi Romani. Written in Latin.. Eleven genealogical illustrated pages of 10 Scottish Kings and Mary Queen of Scots. Reprinted 1675 8" X 6". 1543 pages. Large Index. Full leather. Ribbed spine. Original label. Strong, clean, little wear. Very Good condition. Book recently removed from home of heavy smoker. It has been my experience that if smell occurs, it will disappear with time. Our books reside in a fresh air barn.
Bookseller: phelps old books [Belfast, Maine, US]
2018-09-27 23:05:54
Maffei, Scipione. (1675-1755) & Rolli, Paolo Antonio. (1687-1765) & Virgil. (70 BC-19 BC) Merope; Canzonette e Cantate; Eclogues Three eighteenth-century editions of Italian works of poetry and music bound together, including Scipione Maffei's Merope; a collection of the important librettist Paolo Antonio Rolli's canzonettas and cantatas, with 23 pages of engraved music; and Virgil's Eclogues. 7" x 5". Early leather-backed boards, leather portions mostly perished and with glue to spine, holding the whole. Contents with occasional light foxing, second work age-toned and a few other leaves with some toning as well, a few of the engraved sheets of music with closed marginal tears, contents very good overall. The contents bound in the following order: Maffei, Scipione. (1675-1755). Merope, Tragedia del Marchese Scipione Maffei [...]. In Modena: Per Bartolomeo Soliani Stamp. Due, 1735. [2], xxxvi, 125, [1] pp. Rolli, Paolo Antonio. (1687-1765). Di Canzonette e di Cantate, Libri Due, di Paolo Rolli. Londra: Presso Tommaso Edlin, 1727. [8], 124, xxiiii pages of engraved music. Virgil. (70 BC-19 BC). La Bucolica: di Publio Virgilio Marone all' Altezza Serenissima di Giorgio Prencipe della Gran Britannia da Paolo Rolli, Compagno della Reale Societa. Londra : [publisher not identified], MDCCXLII [1742]. [2], 73, [1] pp. The Italian librettist and poet Paolo Antonio Rolli was born in Rome, Italy and, like Metastasio, was trained by Gian Vincenzo Gravina. He worked in London from 1715 to 1744 where he became Italian tutor to the prince of Wales and the Royal Princesses . During this pe … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schubertiade Music [Newtonville, Massachusetts, US]
2018-09-26 19:03:09
Thomas Horton
London: 1675. A very good copy in full leather binding.
Bookseller: spurgeon789 [Milton Keynes, GB]
2018-09-24 01:08:02
WORLIDGE, JOHN.
Printed by J. C. for T. Dring; and are to sold by Charles Smith and Tho. Burrell, at the Angel neer the Inner-Temple-gate, and the Golden Ball under St. Dunstans Church in Fleet-street., London, 1675. Folio, 8 x 12 inches. [xxxvi] + 324 + [4] pp. index. Separate title pages for Kalendarium Rusticum and Dictionarium Rusticum but pagination and register continuous. Bound in original full calf with blind stamped borders; spine in compartments with raised bands. Extremities very slightly worn with an expert repair to top of rear board adjoining spine, internally a very good crisp copy. Signature dated January 14th 1675-6 on front pastedown. A fine copy in completely original unsophisticated condition. Illustrated by engraved title, with ' Explanation of the Frontispiece,'opposite and by 6 large wood engravings in text. Decorated by Headpiece vignette, by initials and by additional title page vignettes. According to Blanche Henrey, John Worlidge of Petersfield 'is generally considered one of the most enlightened of the seventeenth-century writers on gardening and husbandry.' Fussell praises his 'systematising the knowledge of a subject current in his day.' with 'a measure of originality.' As it appeared in five editions from 1669, 'clearly it must have been a popular and acceptable work.' This second edition is considerably larger in content than the first of 1669 The most notable of the illustrations in the Systema Agriculturæ is Worlidge's design for an improved 'Engine for setting Corn' (a seed drill, p. 47). This is considerably earlier than Jethro Tull's famous invention. T … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Marrins Bookshop [Folkestone, KENT, United Kingdom]
2018-09-22 11:46:29
LYDIAT, Thomas
Theatro Sheldoniano, 1675. In -4°, pp. (8), 126, (2), 200, 254 (i.e. 256). Legatura in marocchino rosso con stemma inciso ai piatti di Jacques-Nicolas de Colbert, tagli spruzzati. Al frontespizio nota di possesso manoscritta ("Bibliotheca colbertina"); ex libris "Wican free public library". Ex libris Biblioteca Colbertina. Red morocco binding witha arms of De Colbert, marbled edges.
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [IT]
2018-09-19 06:38:59
Turner [Turnor], Thomas
The final much expanded, thorough polemic written by a Grays Inn barrister, analyzing the results of the infamous Stop of the Exchequer in 1672, leading to much financial ruin and litigation and, ultimately, to the Bank of England's founding in 1694. Later 3/4 sheep over marbled boards, rubbed, light browning, else quite sound with the errata and the bookplate of Baron Hambro; the Taussig copy. No Publisher Stated, London, 1675.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2018-09-05 07:37:46
B[Lagrave], J[Oseph].
Printed for Benjamin Billingsley, 1675. Comprizing all necessary directions for the improvement of it, viz. plowing, sowing, grafting, gardening, ordering of flowers, herbs; directions for the use of the angle; ordering of bees: together with the gentlemans heroick exercise discoursing of horses, their nature, and use, with their diseases and remedies: of oxen, cows, calves, sheep, hogs, with the manner of ordering them, their diseases and remedies. Of the nature of marle, the best way of planting clover-grass, hops, saffron, liquorice, hemp, &c. To which is annexed by way of appendix, a new method of planting fruit-trees, and improving of an orchard: with directions for taking, ordering, teaching, and curing of singing birds, and other useful additions. By J.B. Gent. [3rd Ed]. 2 vols. in 1 as issued. Sm. 8vo. [xii] + 159pp. + pp. (158-246) + [2] + 136pp. + [viii]. 2 additional engraved t. ps. (1 sl. frayed and neatly reinforced to rear). Some light browning, rebound in moderm period style speckled calf, gilt ruling and gilt lettered label to spine. First published in 1669. ESTC R4466. ‘J.B. = Joseph Blagrave. With an additional title page, engraved: The epitome of the whole art of husbandry. "New additions to the art of husbandry" (Wing B3120) has separate dated title page, pagination, and register, and an additional engraved title page: New additions to the epitome of the art of husbandry. Includes indexes. Wing (2nd ed., 1994), B3117; Wing (2nd ed., 1994), B3120. ' Goldsmiths 2580 (1685 Edition). Joseph Blagrave (b. 1610, d. in or before 1682), Astrologer. [Attributes: H … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Francis Edwards [United Kingdom]
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2018-09-03 06:48:32
ARMAND LOUIS DE BOURBON PRINCE DE CONTI - MARIE ANNE DE BOURBON LEGITIMEE DE FRANCE
- 20 pages in-folio dont 18 et demi manuscrites constituant la copie d"époque du contrat de mariage entre le premier Prince du Sang Armand Louis de Bourbon Conty et la Fille Naturelle de Louis XIV Marie Anne légitimée de Bourbon et dotée pour l'occasion par Louis XIV d'"un million de Livres Tournoi en avance d'hoire". L'acte évoque également la filiation de Marie Anne avec la "puissante dame Louise francoise Duchesse de la Vallière sa mère à présent religieuse Professe au Couvent des Carmélites du Faulbourg St Jacques à Paris conformément à une lettre patente du 5 avril 1675..." cf. p.5.. Il est fait référence des divers versements faits par le Roi par le Garde du Trésor Royal et en conclusion "au moyen de quoi il ne restera plus à payer dudit million de livres que la somme de cinq quatre vingt mil livres ainsi signé Morlon - Acte passé "en la présence de nous Notaires gardinottier du Roy nostre sire au Chastellet de Paris - Document absolument passionnant et étonnant des pratiques du Monarque. - Ce mariage sera une catastrophe, le prince est bossu et leur première consommation du mariage sera épouvantable. Elle contractera la petite vérole et en survivra ce qui ne sera pas le cas de son mari. - Marie-Anne dite Mademoiselle de BLOIS, troisième fille naturelle qu'il eut de Madame de Lavallière et sa préférée, épousa à 13 ans, le 16 janvier 1680 à Saint-Germain-en-Laye, Louis-Armand de Bourbon, prince de Conti, 18 ans. C'est le premier mariage entre un prince du sang et un enfant naturel du Roi. À cette occasion, le Roi consent à sa fille une dot d'un million de livres. I … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Bernard Marie Rolin [France, Blet]
2018-08-30 14:23:02
LOGGAN, David (1635-?1700).
Oxford: Sheldonian Theatre, 1675. Folio (17 1/8 x 114/8 inches). Engraved title-page, engraved dedication to Charles II, preface leaf, mezzotint portrait of James Butler, 2nd Duke of Ormonde, by J. Smith after Godfrey Kneller, engraved privilege leaf, and 40 fine double-page views including one folding panorama of Christchurch (close cropped), engraved index leaf at end, all mounted on guards (one or two marginal tears). Fine contemporary red paneled morocco, spine in eight compartments with seven raised bands, gilt lettered in one, the others decorated with small gilt tools, all edges gilt. Provenance: Armorial bookplate of Sir Thomas Hare, Bart (died 1834), High Sheriff of Norfolk 1803, on the front paste-down; engraved bookplate of Syston Park, the magnificent library of which was sold at Sotheby's in December of 1884, on the front paste-down; Kelmscott Press, Shenley Grange bookplate of John Charrington (died 1939) on front paste-down whose important library of Private Press books sold at auction in 1939, this lot 362 purchased by; Lloyd Kenyon, bookplate on the front past-down. First edition, and a fine tall copy of Loggan's celebrated work containing magnificent views of Oxford University. Originally from Gdansk, David Loggan (1635-1700?) moved to England in the middle of the 17th century and became engraver to Oxford University, and subsequently to Cambridge University. "The "Oxonia Illustrata" was evidently intended as a companion to Wood's "History and Antiquities of the University of Oxford," published in 1674, for the table of contents gives, opposite each plat … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries - Aradernyc [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-08-20 22:35:36
BORRICHIUS,O.
Copenhagen (Hafniae), Sumptibus Petri Hauboldi, Reg. Acad. Bibliop., 1675 & 1682. 4to. 2 volumes in 1: (XVI),314,(6 index); (IV),63,(1 blank);68 p. Contemporary blindstamped vellum. 21 cm (Ref: P.A. Hansen, 'A bibliography of Danish contributions to Classical scholarship', no. 1350, 1352 & 1413) (Details: 6 thongs laced through both joints. Short title in ink on the back. Blind ruled borders, with floral corner pieces. Title in red and black) (Condition: Vellum slightly soiled. Boards slightly curved. Paper of the first volume browned) (Note: The grammarian, scientist and physician Ole Borch, latinized as Olaus Borrichius, 1626-1690, was one of the most important Danish philologists of the 17th century. This polymath was appointed professor of Philology, Botany and Chemistry at the University of Copenhagen in 1666. He corresponded with the Dutch scholar Johann Gerhard Vossius and the German controversionalist Caspar Schoppius. In 1660 Borrichius published 'De lexicorum Latinorum jenunitate (.) dissertatio', which is a kind of supplement to Vossius' 'De vitiis sermonis'. In 1675 appeared Borrichius' 'Cogitationes de variis latinae linguae aetatibus', in which he corrects Scioppius' division in periods of latin literature (golden, silver, bronze, iron) that the German scholar had suggested. The book contains also a defence of Vossius against Scioppius. Vossius' 'De vitiis sermonis', (Amsterdam 1645) met with a condemnatory judgement of Scioppius. He wrote several letters to Vossius, in which he offered to send him one of his works. The Amsterdam professor Vossius answered the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Fragmenta Selecta [AMSTERDAM, Netherlands]
2018-08-19 19:12:49
Molière
Molière The Writings 1675 Morocco garnet 1ère edition Elzevirienne 5 volumes The description of this item has been automatically translated. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. Molière. The works of Monsieur Molière. At Jacques the young [Daniel Elzevir], 1675 in Amsterdam. 5 small volumes in-12 (dimensions of the margins: about 130 x 75 mm). Garnet leather, back to 5 nerves adorned with gilded caissons, guillochees caps, gold title, parts, place and date gold, triple net Golden coaching dishes and double on the cuts, the same leather lining covered moire night-blue at the center of a broad lace inner Golden, guard the same memory, double guard combed paper, slices Golden on marbling. Binding late 19th century signed Reymann, who to had the initiative to keep the parts in their original condition, without a wash of paper. First elzevirienne edition composed of the meeting, under 5 General titles, 27 pieces printed separately and previously by Daniel Elzevier. "Nice edition". Lacroix, moliéresque bibliography, 2nd ed., 271. "Two of these pieces aren't Molière: the feast of Peter [which is of Dorimond] and the shadow of Molière [of Brécourt]. There are two parts to the imaginary invalid, one containing the interludes, the other the comedy in three acts." Tchemerzine, VIII, 357. Composition of the collection: Volume I. The estourdy, 1674, 96 pp. Despite lovers, 1674, 84 pp. The valuable ridiculous, 1674, 48 pp. Sganarelle or the Cuckold fantasy, 1662, (4) ff., 40 pp. The Fascheux, 1674, 60 pp. Volume II. The feast of stone, 1674, 84 pp. The husbands, 167 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Le crépuscule des idoles [tours, Centre, FR]
2018-08-18 21:49:47
Hughes, William
Only edition of these mooted cases, continuing a tradition existing before the Inns of Courts were established, setting forth the facts, the issues, and (sometimes tentatively) the conclusions, often reminiscent of 20th century pedagogy. Modern calf, gilt ruled and lettered, new endpapers, some browning, else clean and usable, with good margins and the imprimatur leaf; the Taussig copy. Printed for George Dawes, and are to be sold at his Shop [etc.], London, 1675.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2018-08-18 05:50:07
Hughes William
Printed for George Dawes, and are to be sold at his Shop [etc.], London, 1675. Modern calf, gilt ruled and lettered, new endpapers, some browning, else clean and usable, with good margins and the imprimatur leaf; the Taussig copy The only early modern collection of mooted cases, continuing a tradition existing before the Inns of Courts were established, setting forth the facts, the issues, and (sometimes tentatively) the conclusions, often reminiscent of 20th century pedagogy [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc., member ABAA [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2018-08-05 01:08:04
FROMMANN, J. C.
Sumptibus Wolfgangi Mauritii Endteri & Johannis Andreae Endteri haeredum, Nuremburg, 1675. Hardcover, Thick Quarto, 4°, 172mm x 210mm, [68]+1068 +[44]pp. Early (contemporary?) calf with raised bands and gilt tooling to spine. Engraved title-page/frontis followed by rubricated title page. Decorated initials at the beginning of each Liber. Woodcuts in text. Caillet 4241. A study by Johann Christian Frommann, a physician from Saxe-Coburg. Despite its title his 'Tractatus de fascinatione novus et singularis' ('New and Unique Study of Fascination') is drawn largely from earlier works. It is divided into three 'books,' which dealt respectively with vulgar, natural, and lastly, and most expansively, magical or demonic fascination (the latter taking up the larger portion of the book) and was intended for the use of theologians, lawyers, physicians and village priests, who would encounter cases of 'fascination.' To a modern reader Frommann's contentions are at best contradictory. Thorndike summarises: "Frommann denies the possibility either of visual or vocal fascination, and that words or sounds or characters or incantations possess such power. Nor can it be accounted for by the influence of the stars or power of the human soul and imagination, which cannot act outside their own body. He grants to amulets some natural action through subtle effluvia which come from them and enter the pores of other bodies. But he limits the scope of natural fascination to little more than antipathy, and holds that magicians and witches of themselves cannot injure by sight or voice or touch or in any … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Weiser Antiquarian Books, Inc. [Cape Neddick, ME, U.S.A.]
2018-08-03 17:28:39
Drexel, Jeremias ; Pieter De Vos
Sumptibus Ioannis-Antonii Huguetan (Hugvetan), Lugduni (London), 1675. This is the 2nd printing of the first comprehensive edition. (First Printing was in 1658.) Both editions available in 6 libraries only worldwide (3xNetherlands, 3xUSA). +++ Folio (36 x 24,5 cm), (36 p.), p. 1-588 Tomus Primus; (2 p.), p. 589-906, (24) p. [=968 p.}. Richly blind-stamped full calf, gilt lettering on spine, large fine frontisp. The 2 title pages in red and black, pictorial woodcuttings at important parts. Red sprinkled paper edges. Some foxing, pages still quite bright. Last page of index of 2nd part almost loose, torn and wrinkled. ++++++ Jeremias Drexel S.J. (1581 ¿ 1638) was a Jesuit writer of devotional literature and a professor of the humanities and rhetoric. He served for 23 years as court preacher in Munich to Maximilian I, Elector of Bavaria. Drexel wrote a number of very popular educational books with mystical titles like 'Zodiacus Christianus', first published in 1622 and teaching God's choice by means of the twelve signs of the Zodiac, 'Horologium Auxiliaris tutelaris Angeli', also first published in 1622 and translated in English as 'The Angel-Guardian's Clock' in 1650, or 'Trismegistus Christianus', a threefold teaching of cleansing one's conscience, honouring the Saints and condemning rich clothing, first published at Munich in 1624. +++ Kleiner Wurmschaden an den 2 ersten Bl., Ebd. stellenweise etwas fleckig, Titelkupfer sauber, alter Besitzvermerk a. T.Buchblock vot Titel angeplatzt, aber Bindung fest. +++ +++ Very rare on the public market. Collector's piece. From non-smok … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Magister Michalis, Internet-Antiquariat [Wielenbach, Germany]
2018-07-17 05:43:49
Brownlow, Richard and John Goldesborough
Third and second editions of the reports devoted primarily to Elizabeth's reign, principally the work of the Middle Temple bencher praised by both Holdsworth ("a great reputation") and Baker ("the wise old man"); with the two frontispiece portraits. Contemporary calf, rubbed, neatly rebacked, clean with ample margins and the early signature of Thomas Phillipps of the Middle Temple; the Taussig copy. Printed for Henry Twyford . . . and Samuel Heyrick [etc.], London, 1675.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2018-07-04 13:43:59
Phillips, William
1675. London: 1675. 3rd & final ed.. London: 1675. 3rd & final ed. "Directions for the Study of Law" [Phillips, William]. Studii Legalis Ratio, or, Directions for the Study of Law Under These Heads; the Qualifications or [sic], Nature, Means, Method, Time and Place of the Study. Corrected and Enlarged. London: Printed for F. Kirkman and T. Dring, 1675. [xii], 204 pp. Includes four-page printer catalogue. 12mo. (5-1/2" x 3-1/2"). Recent period-style calf, blind rules to boards, raised bands and lettering piece to spine, endpapers renewed. Moderate toning and occasional (very) faint dampstaining to text, minor tear sto fore-edges of preliminaries and LWaf B1 (pp. 1-2), faint library instamps and embossed stamps to title page, brief library annotation to verso. A handsomely bound copy of a scarce title. $1,500. * Third and final edition of a well-respected vade mecum first published in 1662. "[This] is a book on the same lines as those written in the preceding period by Fullbecke and Dodderidge. It tells the student something of the kinds of knowledge essential to him...It gives him a little elementary information as to the various kinds and species of laws...and then it goes on to discourse the main features of the common law and its position in the state. It concludes bygiving a list of the chief books on English law which he must study.": Holdsworth, A History of English Law VI:601. English Short-Title Catalogue R40100.
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [US]
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2018-07-03 20:42:34
Phillips, William
1675. London: 1675. 3rd & final ed. "Directions for the Study of Law" [Phillips, William]. Studii Legalis Ratio, or, Directions for the Study of Law Under These Heads; the Qualifications or [sic], Nature, Means, Method, Time and Place of the Study. Corrected and Enlarged. London: Printed for F. Kirkman and T. Dring, 1675. [xii], 204 pp. Includes four-page printer catalogue. 12mo. (5-1/2" x 3-1/2"). Recent period-style calf, blind rules to boards, raised bands and lettering piece to spine, endpapers renewed. Moderate toning and occasional (very) faint dampstaining to text, minor tear sto fore-edges of preliminaries and LWaf B1 (pp. 1-2), faint library instamps and embossed stamps to title page, brief library annotation to verso. A handsomely bound copy of a scarce title. $1,500. * Third and final edition of a well-respected vade mecum first published in 1662. "[This] is a book on the same lines as those written in the preceding period by Fullbecke and Dodderidge. It tells the student something of the kinds of knowledge essential to him...It gives him a little elementary information as to the various kinds and species of laws...and then it goes on to discourse the main features of the common law and its position in the state. It concludes bygiving a list of the chief books on English law which he must study.": Holdsworth, A History of English Law VI:601. English Short-Title Catalogue R40100.
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2018-06-29 07:43:44
CAPEL, (RUDOLPH).
Hamburg, Joh. Naumanns und Georg Wolffen, 1675- (1676). 4to. Contemp. full vellum. Handwritten titles on spine. Spine a bit rubbed. Capel: (4),236 pp. + Ein kurzer Discours: (8) pp., 1 engraved map (Northpole) and 1 woodengraved map in the text (Nova Sembla). A dampstain in outer margin of the first 25 leaves (decreasing). ¶ Scarce first edition. The "Discours" is a German translation of Joseph Moxon's pamphlet, translated from the London edition of 1674, and here as "Ein kurtzer Discours von Der Schiff-Fahrt bey dem Nord-Pol nach Japan China und so weiter.L auridsen II,42.
Bookseller: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [DK]
2018-06-25 06:17:31
Marcello Malpighi, Filosofo e Medico bolognese
Impensis Johannis Martyn, Regiae Societatis Typographi, ad insigne Campanae in Coemeterio Divi Pauli - Londini, 1675. LATINO 1,51 Volume di pregio della seconda metà del XVII secolo in 2°, condizioni discrete, magnifica coperta in pelle con ricca decorazione incisa in oro su piatti e caselle del dorso, marca tipografica sugli specchi dei piatti, dorso con quattro nervi, una delle caselle contiene titolo ed autore incorniciati incisi in oro, molti segni del tempo, tagli di colore rosso, pagine ben conservate con marginalia con riferimenti alle figure e tavole che si trovano in fondo al volume, alcune con accenno di fioritura, risguardia e controguardia foderate con carta marmorizzata del tipo Old Dutch. Stupenda antiporta con incisione in nero di R. White, scultore, con lungo strappo trasversale e una zona restaurata. Splendida marca tipografica in nero, timbro a secco, ex libris, "Prof. Pellegrino Severino - Napoli", due caratteri scritti con pennino su frontespizio. Presenta segnatura dei fascicoli e richiami. LIV tavole con illustrazioni in b. e n. fuori testo, alcune di queste tavole leggermente brunite. Eleganti capilettera incisi in nero. USATO
Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele [IT]
2018-06-24 03:36:19
[Bible][latin). 1675]
LugduniLaurens 1675 -in-folio plein-veau 2 volumes, reliure d'époque plein veau raçiné brun in-folio (binding full calfskin in-folio) (26 x 38,5 cm), dos à nerfs (spine with raised bands), décoré or (gilt decoration), titre et tomaison frappés "or" (gilt title), pièce de titre et de tomaison sur fond bordeaux avec roulette "dentelles" "or" et double filets "or" en encadrement, entre-nerfs à caissons "or" dans un encadrement d'un double filet "or" avec rinceaux "or" aux angles, un filet à froid de part et d'autre des nerfs, roulette large "or" en tête et en pied, coiffes supérieures manquantes + coiffe de pied accidentée, coins écornés, roulette "or" sur les coupes et roulette "dentelle" "or" sur les chasses avec léger manque de dorure (blurred gilding), toutes tranches lisses dorées, titre imprimé en rouge et noir, Texte en latin à colonnes et manchettes, orné d'une gravure titre (frontispice) gravé sur bois en noir par Germain AUDRAN + une importante gravure en bas de la page de titre : "Marque de Pierre Guillimin", gravée sur bois en noir par Nicolas Auroux + 2 gravures front-de-chapitre historiées et légendées gravées sur bois en noir + de trés nombreuses lettrines historiées gravées sur bois en noir + cul-de-lampes historiés gravés sur bois en noir, ([12] + 482) + (455) Pages, M.DC.LXXV (1675) Lugduni, sumptibus Antonii Laurens Editeur,Impression : Lugduni, ex typographiis Petri Guillimin, & Antonii Laurent. M.DC.LXXV ........Note(s) : Vulgate sixto-clémentine. - Marque de Pierre Guillimin, gr. par Nicolas Auroux. Référence(s) : Bibles Paris, 1066 ......RARE..... … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Guimard [France, Nantes]
2018-06-16 18:26:02
LOGGAN, David (1635-?1700).
Oxford: Sheldonian Theatre, 1675. Folio (17 1/8 x 114/8 inches). Engraved title-page, engraved dedication to Charles II, preface leaf, mezzotint portrait of James Butler, 2nd Duke of Ormonde, by J. Smith after Godfrey Kneller, engraved privilege leaf, and 40 fine double-page views including one folding panorama of Christchurch (close cropped), engraved index leaf at end, all mounted on guards (one or two marginal tears). Fine contemporary red paneled morocco, spine in eight compartments with seven raised bands, gilt lettered in one, the others decorated with small gilt tools, all edges gilt. Provenance: Armorial bookplate of Sir Thomas Hare, Bart (died 1834), High Sheriff of Norfolk 1803, on the front paste-down; engraved bookplate of Syston Park, the magnificent library of which was sold at Sotheby's in December of 1884, on the front paste-down; Kelmscott Press, Shenley Grange bookplate of John Charrington (died 1939) on front paste-down whose important library of Private Press books sold at auction in 1939, this lot 362 purchased by; Lloyd Kenyon, bookplate on the front past-down. First edition, and a fine tall copy of Loggan's celebrated work containing magnificent views of Oxford University. Originally from Gdansk, David Loggan (1635-1700?) moved to England in the middle of the 17th century and became engraver to Oxford University, and subsequently to Cambridge University. "The "Oxonia Illustrata" was evidently intended as a companion to Wood's "History and Antiquities of the University of Oxford," published in 1674, for the table of contents gives, opposite each plat … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries - Aradernyc [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-06-13 06:38:45
Biblia Latina. ?
Tiguri (Zürich), Ex Typographeo Bodmeriano, 1675. 12°. 484 S. Lederband auf Holzdeckeln der Zeit., Abb. Neues Testament übersetzt von Théodore de Bèze (1519?1605). Der aus Paris stammende Hummanist und Schriftsteller musste seine Heimatstadt 1548 wegen Glaubenskonflikt verlassen. Nach einigen Jahren Aufenthalt als Griechischlehrer in Lausanne zog er nach Genf, schloss sich dort Calvin an und hatte regen Kontakt mit Heinrich Bullinger in Zürich. Zudem wurde er von Calvin für diplomatische Verhandlungen nach Frankreich und Deutschland entsandt. Weitere Informationen im Historisches Lexikon der Schweiz http://www.hls-dhs-dss.ch/textes/d/D11048.php ? Mit Exlibris Paul Ad. Leemann. ? Vorderes Einbandgelenk angeplatzt. Schliessen ausgerissen.
Bookseller: EOS Buchantiquariat Benz [CH]
2018-06-10 07:02:28
SARPI, Paolo).
S.l., s.t., 1675. (Unito:) Trattato Delle Materie Beneficiarie Nel quale si narra, col fondamento dell' Historie, come si dispensassero l' Elemosine de' Fedeli nella pimitiva Chiesa. In Mirandola (forse Ginevra), s.t., 1683. (Segue:) De Jure Asylorum Liber Singularis Petri Sarpi Alias Patris Pauli Servitae. Accesserunt viri eruditi De asylis Collectanea. Venetiis, Apud Robertum Meietti, 1683. 3 opere in un vol. in 12 (cm. 13,5x8), pp. (12)-210, (24)-255-1 b., (6)-206, solida leg. perg., tagli color. Qq. pagina brunita. Cfr. Parenti, Dizionario dei luoghi di stampa falsi, p. 143.
Bookseller: Libreria Salimbeni [Firenze, FI, Italy]
2018-06-08 06:06:07
TAVERNIER Jean Baptiste
1675Paris, Chez Gervais Clouzier, 1675, volume in-8 reliure plein veau brun de l'époque sans accident notable, (18 non paginées)-277 pages, dos à nerfs orné de caissons dorés à la grotesque, titre frontispice gravé, très bon état
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Jean Faye [France, Vichy]
2018-06-06 15:20:26
SARPI, Paolo).
S.l., s.t., 1675. (Unito:) Trattato Delle Materie Beneficiarie Nel quale si narra, col fondamento dell' Historie, come si dispensassero l' Elemosine de' Fedeli nella pimitiva Chiesa. In Mirandola (forse Ginevra), s.t., 1683. (Segue:) De Jure Asylorum Liber Singularis Petri Sarpi Alias Patris Pauli Servitae. Accesserunt viri eruditi De asylis Collectanea. Venetiis, Apud Robertum Meietti, 1683. 3 opere in un vol. in 12 (cm. 13,5x8), pp. (12)-210, (24)-255-1 b., (6)-206, solida leg. perg., tagli color. Qq. pagina brunita. Cfr. Parenti, Dizionario dei luoghi di stampa falsi, p. 143.
Bookseller: Libreria Salimbeni [Firenze, FI, Italy]
2018-06-06 06:33:30
Saletta Giacomo Giacinto
Typis Ludovici Montiae, (Mediolani), 1675. 4 parti con autonomo frontespizio e paginazione in un vol. in-folio (363x250mm), pp. (14), 56; (4), 201; (6), 92, (2); (2), 84; legatura settecentesca piena pergamena rigida con titolo in oro su tassello rosso al dorso. Antiporta calcografica incisa da Simone Durello da invenzione di Lorenzo Guala con bordura architettonca con stemma gentilizio, allegoria della Giustizia, le figure di Mosé e di Elia, una veduta di Casale, ecc. Fregi tipografici in xilografia. Ex-libris manoscritto antico Jacobi Maria Maroni ex Causidiscis Cortismiliensibus (Giacomo Maria Maroni dei causidici di Cortemilia). Sparse gore. Restauri marginali ad alcune cc. Buon esemplare. Prima e unica edizione, assai rara completa dell'antiporta allegorica, non menzionata né dal Manzoni né dal Manno, di questa raccolta dei decreti e degli statuti civili, criminali e di vario ordine del Monferrato, dall'antichità sino all'età barocca. Il libro IV contiene gli Ordini et capitoli del datio generale, imprese regali, et altri diversi datii & appalti del Monferrato. anche gl'ordini concernenti gli Hebrei con li privilegi loro conceduti. Il compilatore, Giacomo Giacinto Saletta, fu segretario nel Consiglio di Stato del Monferrato. Di lui rimane quest'unica opera a stampa. Valerani, I primordi della stampa in Casale e i tipografi casalesi, p. 54. Fontana, II, p. 239. Manno / Zucchi, n. 31257. Biblioteca del Senato della Repubblica, Catalogo degli Statuti IV, 1991, p. 395. Latino [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Gilibert Libreria Antiquaria (ILAB-LILA) [Torino, ><, Italy]
2018-06-02 06:12:14
Saletta Giacomo Giacinto
Typis Ludovici Montiae, (Mediolani), 1675. 4 parti con autonomo frontespizio e paginazione in un vol. in-folio (363x250mm), pp. (14), 56; (4), 201; (6), 92, (2); (2), 84; legatura settecentesca piena pergamena rigida con titolo in oro su tassello rosso al dorso. Antiporta calcografica incisa da Simone Durello da invenzione di Lorenzo Guala con bordura architettonca con stemma gentilizio, allegoria della Giustizia, le figure di Mosé e di Elia, una veduta di Casale, ecc. Fregi tipografici in xilografia. Ex-libris manoscritto antico Jacobi Maria Maroni ex Causidiscis Cortismiliensibus (Giacomo Maria Maroni dei causidici di Cortemilia). Sparse gore. Restauri marginali ad alcune cc. Buon esemplare. Prima e unica edizione, assai rara completa dell'antiporta allegorica, non menzionata né dal Manzoni né dal Manno, di questa raccolta dei decreti e degli statuti civili, criminali e di vario ordine del Monferrato, dall'antichità sino all'età barocca. Il libro IV contiene gli Ordini et capitoli del datio generale, imprese regali, et altri diversi datii & appalti del Monferrato. anche gl'ordini concernenti gli Hebrei con li privilegi loro conceduti. Il compilatore, Giacomo Giacinto Saletta, fu segretario nel Consiglio di Stato del Monferrato. Di lui rimane quest'unica opera a stampa. Valerani, I primordi della stampa in Casale e i tipografi casalesi, p. 54. Fontana, II, p. 239. Manno / Zucchi, n. 31257. Biblioteca del Senato della Repubblica, Catalogo degli Statuti IV, 1991, p. 395. Latino [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Gilibert Libreria Antiquaria (ILAB-LILA) [Torino, ><, Italy]
2018-06-01 20:52:06
SELLER, John
[London,: Printed by John Darby, for the Author, and are to be sold at his Shop at the Hermitage in Wapping, 1675]. [London,: Printed by John Darby, for the Author, and are to be sold at his Shop at the Hermitage in Wapping,, 1675].. Double-page engraved map, old vertical fold, with contemporary hand-colour in full. The rare first state of Seller's separately published map of New Jersey, with the imprint of the engraver “Ja. Clark sculp.” lower right, the view of New York upper right, and without the large dedication and arms of Carteret, or subsequent additions. Some examples have been found in his ‘Atlas Maritimus' of 1675, possibly including this one, but generally it is not expected to be present. It shows the whole of New Jersey from the Delaware to the Hudson, with part of Long Island, and Manhattan. It includes the first engraved view of New York upper right. The title is in a cartouche at the lower left. The colony of New Jersey was founded on 24 June 1664. James, Duke of York, had been granted the land by his brother, Charles II, but he proceeded to bestow the land between the Hudson and the Delaware Rivers on John Berkeley and Sir George Carteret. In recognition of Carteret's loyalty to the King during the Civil War as Lieutenant Governor of the Island of Jersey, it was called ‘New-Caeserea of New-Jersey'. Following the brief ‘Restitution' of the area to the Dutch, between August 1673 and February 1674, Berkeley consigned his share of the colony to two Quakers, John Fenwick and Edward Byllynge. Seller's map is based on Augustine Herrman's map published shortly t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books NY LLC [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-05-25 05:53:19
Passerone di Lantosco Lodovico
per Bartolomeo Zapatta [Zappata], 1675. In-12° (155x87mm), pp. (8), 230, (2), legatura coeva p. pelle con filetti e fregi floreali in oro entro scomparti su dorso a nervetti. Bella antiporta allegorica incisa su rame. Vignetta con vaso floreale inciso su legno al titolo. Alcune figure astronomiche calcografiche intercalate n.t. raffiguranti le sfere artificiali e naturali "overo delle Regioni, celeste e elementare". Antiche firme di appartenenza, di cui una cassata. Bell'esemplare. Prima edizione, assai rara, di questo trattato di scienza cosmografica dedicato al Principe di Piemonte, che del Passerone di Lantosco (autore anche di alcune compilazioni geografiche e su cui quasi inesistenti sono le informazioni biografiche) era protettore. Riccardi, I/2, 252: "Trattatello di cosmografia". Houzeau-Lancaster, 9664. Michel-Michel, VI, 85. Italiano
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Galleria Gilibert [IT]
2018-05-22 07:29:52
SPEED, John [& KEERE, Pieter van den].
Two works plus the addendum to the second work in one volume. Small oblong 8vo. Contemporary full calf, spine with raised bands, blindstamped border to the boards. In total 90 maps, comprising: 63 maps to the first work, a folding map of the British Isles plus maps of the regions and counties; 20 maps to the "Prospect", including a fine double hemisphere world map, 4 maps of the continents (Americas supplied from another copy and with neat marginal repairs) and 15 of countries and empires; the "Epitome" with a further 7 maps including three North American maps featuring Virginia & Maryland, New England & New York and Carolina plus individual maps of Jamaica and Barbados and another two featuring south east Asia and Russia. The title page of the first work sometime neatly laid down, the British Isles map with an old paper repair to the lower third, the often problematic Yorkshire map (usually presented folding) is here mostly trimmed within the neatline and has some small loss to the printed area at the gutter, five maps bound in on a slight angle thus two are shaved close (Middlesex and Ireland) and three are slightly trimmed (Chester, Lancaster and Durham), another two maps (Southern and Eastern Scotland) with slight loss to the lower margins only just affecting the former, occasional mild dampstaining to the first work, expert repairs to the spine ends, a decent copy overall.
Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop [UK]
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2018-05-21 08:20:26
SERRES Olivier de, Sieur du Pradel
Lyon Pierre ANDRE 1675 in-4 plein-veau un volume, reliure plein veau brun (binding full calfskin) petit in-quarto (21 x 25,5 cm), Reliure d'époque, dos à nerfs (spine with raised bands), dos décoré or (gilt decoration) et à froid, titre frappé or, entre-nerfs à fleurons or dans un encadrement à double filets or avec rinceaux or aux angles, dos avec manque de dorure (blurred gilding), coins émoussés, toutes tranches jaspées rouges, titre imprimé en rouge et noir, légère tache brune à droite en marge (moins de 1/2 cm2) des 20 premiers feuillets mais sans atteinte au texte, orné d'une vignette gravée sur la page de titre + 15 gravures in-texte gravées sur bois en noir + une grande planche dépliante : "Jardin Médicinal" gravée sur bois en noir + 4 figures in-texte gravées sur bois en noir pour le traité de "la composition et l'usage de la jauge"in-fine, (XXVI + 902 + 16 p. de tables) pages, 1675 à Lyon chez Pierre ANDRE Editeur,Le plus important traité d'agriculture jusqu'alors, composé par le plus grand des premiers agronomes français, Olivier de Serres..... Au sommaire : Lieu premier (Livre Premier): Du devoir du Mesnager, C'est à dire, De bien cognoistre et choisir les terres, pour les acquérir et employer selon leur naturel. Approprier l'habitation champestre, et ordonner la conduite de son mesnage. Lieu second: Du laboratoire des terres à grains, pour avoir des Bleds de toutes forces. Lieu troisième: De la culture de la vigne. Lieu quatrième: Du bestail à quatre pieds. Lieu cinquième: De la conduite du poulailler (etc.). Lieu sixième: Des jardinages pour avoir des herb … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Guimard [nantes, France]
2018-05-16 21:28:25
Frà Noè (Attributed to Noè Bianchi)
Bassano: Giovanni Antonio Remondini, 1675. Later edition. Hardcover. f to g+. 16mo. 192pp. Original stiff paper boards. Title page in red and black lettering. Title page with three woodcut crosses, including one in red. Decorative initials, head-, and tailpieces. Exquisite edition of this early travel guide to the Holy Land, originally published in 1566. This work is magnificently illustrated with 157 large and small woodcuts in the text depicting cities, monuments, exotic trees and animals. Including 5 splendid double-page views of Corfu, Modone, Candia, Rhodi, and Cairo. Moderate rubbing along edges of binding. 1/2" closed tear on upper front joint. The first 16 pages detached from book block, but present. Title page slightly sunned. Minor and sporadic browning throughout. Text in Italian. Binding in overall fair to good-, interior in good to good+ condition.
Bookseller: Eric Chaim Kline - Bookseller [US]
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2018-05-15 12:02:54
PASCAL Blaise
Rouen david Berthelin 1675 in-12 plein-veau un volume, reliure plein veau raciné (binding full calfskin in-12) brun in-douze (8,6 x 15,2 cm) cm), dos 5 nerfs (spine with raised bands), décorations "or" et à froid, titre frappé "or" dans un encadrement d'un filet "or", filet à froid de part et d'autre des nerfs, entre-nerfs à fleuron (floweret) "or" au centre et des feuillages exécutés aux filets courbes "or" aux angles dans un encadrement à filet "or", léger manque de cuir au nerf de tête, roulette "or" sur les coupes avec manque de dorure, coins écornés, tête lisse, toutes tranches lisses jaspées rouge, texte en français, sans illustrations excepté des bandeaux et lettrines (dropped initial) historiées gravées sur bois en noir + une marque de l'Editeur gravée sur bois en bas de la page de titre, les 19 premiers feuillets sont jaunis, 38 ff. préliminaires non chiffrés + 348 pages chiffrées + 10 ff. non chiffrés pour la table, 1675 Rouen david Berthelin Editeur, Blaise Pascal, né le 19 juin 1623 à Clairmont (aujourd'hui Clermont-Ferrand) en Auvergne et mort à 39 ans le 19 août 1662 à Paris, est un mathématicien, physicien, inventeur, philosophe, moraliste et théologien français......... trés recherché ...RARETE.......en bon état malgré le léger défaut signalé (good condition in spite of the light defect indicated). bon état
Bookseller: Librairie Guimard [nantes, France]
2018-05-15 12:00:01
PASCAL Blaise
Rouen david Berthelin 1675 in-12 plein-veau un volume, reliure plein veau raciné (binding full calfskin in-12) brun in-douze (8,6 x 15,2 cm) cm), dos 5 nerfs (spine with raised bands), décorations "or" et à froid, titre frappé "or" dans un encadrement d'un filet "or", filet à froid de part et d'autre des nerfs, entre-nerfs à fleuron (floweret) "or" au centre et des feuillages exécutés aux filets courbes "or" aux angles dans un encadrement à filet "or", léger manque de cuir au nerf de tête, roulette "or" sur les coupes avec manque de dorure, coins écornés, tête lisse, toutes tranches lisses jaspées rouge, texte en français, sans illustrations excepté des bandeaux et lettrines (dropped initial) historiées gravées sur bois en noir + une marque de l'Editeur gravée sur bois en bas de la page de titre, les 19 premiers feuillets sont jaunis, 38 ff. préliminaires non chiffrés + 348 pages chiffrées + 10 ff. non chiffrés pour la table, 1675 Rouen david Berthelin Editeur, Blaise Pascal, né le 19 juin 1623 à Clairmont (aujourd'hui Clermont-Ferrand) en Auvergne et mort à 39 ans le 19 août 1662 à Paris, est un mathématicien, physicien, inventeur, philosophe, moraliste et théologien français......... trés recherché ...RARETE.......en bon état malgré le léger défaut signalé (good condition in spite of the light defect indicated). bon état
Bookseller: Librairie Guimard [nantes, France]
2018-05-12 07:27:16
PSAUTIER] MAROT Clément
Se vend à Charenton, Par Estienne Lucas 1675 In-16 plein maroquin brun, dos à nerfs, caissons ornés, dentelles et filet d'encadrement des plats, décor aux petits fers à compartiments et volutes, roulettes sur les coupes, tranches dorées, (208) pp. Musique notée en plain-chant. Infimes rousseurs. Petit accroc en pied.et manque pages de garde. Les 150 psaumes traduits en français et mis en musique dans la grande tradition protestante inaugurée par Clément Marot et Théodore de Bèze. Suivi de "La Forme des prieres ecclesiastiques", du "Catechisme", de la "Confession de foi" et de prières. Le psautier était le support principal de la ferveur populaire chez les réformés. L'Edit de Nantes interdisait le culte réformé dans les villes où résidait le roi de France et la seule ville autorisée autour de Paris était Charenton. Superbe reliure dans le style d'Antoine Ruette, dite reliure de Charenton. Bon état d'occasion Livres anciens
Bookseller: Librairie de l'Avenue - Henri Veyrier [Saint-Ouen, FR, France]
2018-05-07 12:01:02
Charles Cotton]
Henry Brome, London, 1675. Front board detatched. 5/8" head of spine missing. ; Author was an English poet and writer, best known for translating the work of Michel de Montaigne from the French, for his contributions to The Compleat Angler, and for the highly influential The Compleat Gamester which has been attributed to him. Full brown leather boards, with ruled covers and compartments on spine and four raised bands. Gilt dentelle on inside boards. Previous owner's (Rev. H. L. Cotton) fishing illustrated bookplate on inside front board, signed. ; 16mo 6" - 7" tall; 200 pages [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Bookshelf of Maine [Franklin, ME, U.S.A.]
2018-05-05 17:43:49
[ WOOLEY, Hannah ]?:
London, (no imprint), printed in the year 1675. This is the angling section extracted from "The Accomplisht-Ladys Delight", 1675, attributed to Hannah Wooley, the original engraved portrait frontispiece and general title page to the "Accomplisht Ladys Delight" present at the front. This is a copy which has been taken apart and the angling section laid down on larger paper and ruled in red, originally a 12mo, now approximately 200 x 125 mm, 8 x 4¾ inches, engraved frontispiece of a lady and gentleman fishing, letterpress title page and 33 pages, plus 10 blank pages as padding at rear, no pagination due to trimming of margins, catchwords correct, an engraving of a fish follows the title page, (misplaced), bound in half sheep with marbled boards, marbled endpapers, bookbinder's ticket to first pastedown. Binding rubbed, hinges cracked at head of spine, covers still firmly attached, tips of corners worn with board slightly showing, slight shelf wear, rubbing to covers, crack between first free endpaper and frontispiece, no loose pages, small neat repair to first pastedown and first free endpaper, offset from frontispiece to title page, text has pale age-browning with occasional light mark, neat old ink note to blank endpaper, another to blank side of title page describing the book, otherwise a very good copy. The note on the endpaper gives the title and the following: "It was my dear brother's book which he had bound to his own liking", The last chapter has the heading " The names of the Flyes that are used in Angling, with the Times when they are in Season and what the Bodies … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [GB]
2018-05-02 17:46:10
WOOLEY, Hannah ?]
London no imprint printed in the year. This is the angling section extracted from "The Accomplisht-Ladys Delight", 1675, attributed to Hannah Wooley, the original engraved portrait frontispiece and general title page to the "Accomplisht Ladys Delight" present at the front. This is a copy which has been taken apart and the angling section laid down on larger paper and ruled in red, originally a 12mo, now approximately 200 x 125 mm, 8 x 4¾ inches, engraved frontispiece of a lady and gentleman fishing, letterpress title page and 33 pages, plus 10 blank pages as padding at rear, no pagination due to trimming of margins, catchwords correct, an engraving of a fish follows the title page, (misplaced), bound in half sheep with marbled boards, marbled endpapers, bookbinder's ticket to first pastedown. Binding rubbed, hinges cracked at head of spine, covers still firmly attached, tips of corners worn with board slightly showing, slight shelf wear, rubbing to covers, crack between first free endpaper and frontispiece, no loose pages, small neat repair to first pastedown and first free endpaper, offset from frontispiece to title page, text has pale age-browning with occasional light mark, neat old ink note to blank endpaper, another to blank side of title page describing the book, otherwise a very good copy. The note on the endpaper gives the title and the following: "It was my dear brother's book which he had bound to his own liking", The last chapter has the heading " The names of the Flyes that are used in Angling, with the Times when they are in Season and what the Bodies and Wings … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2018-04-30 21:12:20
BOILEAU DESPREAUX, Nicolas]
Denys Thierry, Paris, 1675. Plein maroquin du dix-neuvième siècle, triple filet doré encadrant les plats, dos à cinq nerfs orné et doré portant le titre doré, tranches dorées, filets dorés sur les coupes, gardes en papier marbré (reliure de David). Deux parties reliées en un volume in-12 (162x88 mm), 233 pages y compris le frontispice gravé, le titre, la gravure en tête de l'Art poétique et la gravure en tête du Lutrin et 13 feuillets de tables et privilège. Les pages 133 à 139 sont doublèes par un cahier supplémentaire contenant l'Epître à Guilleragues et nous avons en plus un feuillet d'avis au lecteur supplémentaire et une gravure en tête de la satyre / (7) feuillets pour le faux titre et la préface, 1 gravure en tête du traité du sublime, 139 pages dont la pagination commence à 14 et (8) feuillets de table et de privilège. . . Troisième édition, l'un des rares exemplaires contenant l'Epître à M. Guilleragues. Notre exemplaire comporte quelques particularités bibliographiques non mentionnées par Tchemerzine, La Rochebilière ou Magne - Une gravure en sus en tête de la Satyre - l'avis au lecteur de l'édition in quarto, alors que les bibliographies précisent au contraire que ce dernier a été remplacé par un avis nouveau (qui figure aussi dans notre exemplaire.) - Cette édition se trouve chez Billaine ou D. Thierry. Le fleuron de notre page de titre correspond à celui utilisé pour Billaine. Magne (in. Bibliographie des Oeuvres de Boileau-Despreaux, n° 250), donne une édition au format in-8 avec la même collation que notre édition in-12 (gravures et pagination), notre exempla … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Eric Zink Livres anciens [LE VÉSINET, France]
2018-04-29 17:45:38
Marcello Malpighi, Filosofo e Medico bolognese
Impensis Johannis Martyn, Regiae Societatis Typographi, ad insigne Campanae in Coemeterio Divi Pauli - Londini, 1675. LATINO 1,51 Volume di pregio della seconda metà del XVII secolo in 2°, condizioni discrete, magnifica coperta in pelle con ricca decorazione incisa in oro su piatti e caselle del dorso, marca tipografica sugli specchi dei piatti, dorso con quattro nervi, una delle caselle contiene titolo ed autore incorniciati incisi in oro, molti segni del tempo, tagli di colore rosso, pagine ben conservate con marginalia con riferimenti alle figure e tavole che si trovano in fondo al volume, alcune con accenno di fioritura, risguardia e controguardia foderate con carta marmorizzata del tipo Old Dutch. Stupenda antiporta con incisione in nero di R. White, scultore, con lungo strappo trasversale e una zona restaurata. Splendida marca tipografica in nero, timbro a secco, ex libris, "Prof. Pellegrino Severino - Napoli", due caratteri scritti con pennino su frontespizio. Presenta segnatura dei fascicoli e richiami. LIV tavole con illustrazioni in b. e n. fuori testo, alcune di queste tavole leggermente brunite. Eleganti capilettera incisi in nero. USATO
Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele [IT]
2018-04-28 05:45:39
Bos / Bosch, L. v. d.
Jacob van Meurs & Johannes von Someren, Amsterdam, 1675. Schau-platz des Krieges: Aufgerichtet in den Vereinigten Niederlanden: Durch die Waffen der Könige von Franckreich und Engeland, Cöllnische und Münsterische Bischöffe u. Gegen die Staten der Vereinigten Niederlande und dero Gealiirten. Neben den merckwürdigsten Sachen etc. - Deutsche Erstausgabe, VD17 23:230266S. Papiereinband mit handschriftlichem Rückenschild. Format ca. 21 cm x 18 cm x 8 cm. Vier Teile in einem Buch, 1.436 S. (davon 12 in Kopie). Mit 14 (von 58) ausfaltbaren Kupfertafeln. Frontispitz fehlt. Wie auch den 24 Originalbildern zu entnehmen, ist der Papiereinband an den Kanten stärker bestoßen & eingerissen. Einige der Textseiten sind gebräunt oder angeschmutzt; gelegentlich ein Fleck oder am Seitenrand etwas hellbraun. Ein auffälligerer, brauner Fleck über 15 Seiten, ansonsten alles wenig störend. Vier Seiten mit dem typischen Büttenpapierabschluss, die Seite 141 ist falsch (mit 144) beschriftet. Bei drei Seiten fehlt ein Stück der Ecke. Eine Seite mittig ein Stück gelockert, bei einer drei Einrisse. Bei zwei Seiten wurde ein Riss über die Hälfte der Seite mit Tesa geklebt (ein Teil des Klebebandes hat sich bereits wieder gelöst, s. auch Bild 23). Eine lose Seite wurde wieder eingeklebt (allerdings chronologisch umgekehrt zuvorderst mit der größeren Seitenzahl), die ersten beiden Seiten wurden an einer Stelle fachgerecht ausgebessert (s. Bild 5). 44 Kupfertafeln, der Kupfertitel sowie sechs Seiten mit beidseitig bedrucktem Text (=12 Textseiten) fehlen, bei einer weiteren Seite fehlt ein Stück Text (die … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lexikon und Enzyklopädie [Leverkusen, Germany]
2018-04-27 04:33:10
STERBEECK, F. VAN.
Antwerpen, Joseph Jacobs, 1675. 4to (198 x 160mm). pp. (38), 396, (20), with engraved frontispiece, 1 folded engraved portrait and 36 (many folded) engraved plates. Contemporary vellum, old handwritten title on spine. Scarce first edition, a reissue appeared 1712. "First edition of the first separate general work on fungi, describing edible and poisonous varieties. L'Escluse has done a study called 'Fungorum in Pannonis Observatorum Historia' which was first published as part of his 'Rariorum Plantarum Historia', 1601. However, according to Nissen, L'Escluse's original manuscript for this treatise with its eighty-seven original drawings had been lost by the publisher, so they had to use other illustrations for the 1611 edition, and these were quite inaccurate. Afterwards the lost manuscript reappeared and Sterbeeck used it as a basis for his work, adding much new material of his own" (Hunt 341)./"Frans van Sterbeeck, a Flemish priest of noble extraction, was born and died in Antwerp where he lived for the greater part of his life. During the eight years following his ordination in 1655, while suffering from a chronic illness, he returned his attention to botany, with particular reference to fungi and soon became a recognized expert. He was on friendly terms with other Flemish botanists and in May 1663 was visited by John Ray who admired the rare plants in van Sterbeeck's garden. It was in 1672 that Adriaan David, an Antwerp pharmacist and amateur botanist (he contributed a sonnet to the collection of adulatory tributes to the author which prefaces the 'Theatrum fungorum'), … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat JUNK B.V. (Natural History Booksellers since 1899) [Netherlands]
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2018-04-22 01:09:04
Bos / Bosch, L. v. d.
Jacob van Meurs & Johannes von Someren, Amsterdam, 1675. Schau-platz des Krieges: Aufgerichtet in den Vereinigten Niederlanden: Durch die Waffen der Könige von Franckreich und Engeland, Cöllnische und Münsterische Bischöffe u. Gegen die Staten der Vereinigten Niederlande und dero Gealiirten. Neben den merckwürdigsten Sachen etc. - Deutsche Erstausgabe, VD17 23:230266S. Papiereinband mit handschriftlichem Rückenschild. Format ca. 21 cm x 18 cm x 8 cm. Vier Teile in einem Buch, 1.436 S. (davon 12 in Kopie). Mit 14 (von 58) ausfaltbaren Kupfertafeln. Frontispitz fehlt. Wie auch den 24 Originalbildern zu entnehmen, ist der Papiereinband an den Kanten stärker bestoßen & eingerissen. Einige der Textseiten sind gebräunt oder angeschmutzt; gelegentlich ein Fleck oder am Seitenrand etwas hellbraun. Ein auffälligerer, brauner Fleck über 15 Seiten, ansonsten alles wenig störend. Vier Seiten mit dem typischen Büttenpapierabschluss, die Seite 141 ist falsch (mit 144) beschriftet. Bei drei Seiten fehlt ein Stück der Ecke. Eine Seite mittig ein Stück gelockert, bei einer drei Einrisse. Bei zwei Seiten wurde ein Riss über die Hälfte der Seite mit Tesa geklebt (ein Teil des Klebebandes hat sich bereits wieder gelöst, s. auch Bild 23). Eine lose Seite wurde wieder eingeklebt (allerdings chronologisch umgekehrt zuvorderst mit der größeren Seitenzahl), die ersten beiden Seiten wurden an einer Stelle fachgerecht ausgebessert (s. Bild 5). 44 Kupfertafeln, der Kupfertitel sowie sechs Seiten mit beidseitig bedrucktem Text (=12 Textseiten) fehlen, bei einer weiteren Seite fehlt ein Stück Text (die … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lexikon und Enzyklopädie [Leverkusen, Germany]
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2018-04-14 01:52:07
POULLAIN DE LA BARRE ( François)
Paris, Jean Dupuis, 1675. 112 pp. 118 pp, 112 pp. Deux parties en un volume in-12, pleine basane brune, dos à quatre nerfs orné de fleurons, tranches mouchetées, manques aux coiffes, quelques usures. Reliure d’époque. Tout aussi rare que "De l'égalité des deux sexes, discours physique et Moral" - "De l'excellence des hommes contre l'égalité des sexes" - publié à Paris en 1675, est la suite et l'amplification du premier manifeste de Poullain de la Barre, publié chez le même éditeur en 1673. Comme l'auteur le précise dès la deuxième page de sa préface, non seulement, il reste convaincu de la réalité de l'égalité entre les hommes et les femmes, mais, " il l'est plus que jamais encore". Face aux réactions vives et violentes, que provoqua la publication de son essais sur l'égalité des deux sexes il s’étonne "qu'après tant de menaces d'écrire contre l'égalité des sexes, aucun ne l'ai fait encore", l'auteur décide donc de relever le défit afin de " répondre à l'attente que ces menaces avoient données" de manière à ce que le lecteur puisse de lui même trancher le débat. C'est bien parce que nul n'a osé répondre à son placet qu’il se propose de combler cette lacune afin de constater si la thèse de la supériorité masculine sur la nature féminine peut être envisagée comme viable au regard de la raison. Mais avant de se livrer à cet exercice, l’auteur se propose d’entamer une lecture des textes saints, évangiles et pères de l'église, afin de relever la moindre allusion à une prétendue supériorité masculine. N'en trouvant aucunes traces, bien au contraire (Poullain de la Barre était thé … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: L'Oeil de Mercure [Paris, France]
2018-04-13 13:56:01
SOMERVILLE, William.
1675. ESTC T139403; Foxon S569; Schwerdt II, p. 168; not in Thiebaud. First edition of a poem, praising falconry and angling, by the English poet William Somerville (1675-1742). It covers different types of falconry, including chasing stags with eagles "after the manner of the Asiatic princes" and hawking partridges and larks. It is said to be Somerville's last poem, which can be seen as an addition to one of his most popular poems, The chase (1735).Only very slightly browned, otherwise in very good condition. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
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