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2014-07-15 14:33:17
Walton, Izaak; Charles Cotton; and Robert Venables
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books, Inc. -- ABAA, ILAB [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]
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2014-07-14 14:48:02
London, printed by Andrew Clark for Charles Harper, 1676.Actually the third edition of Hobbe's translation, 1676, folio in fours, approximately 315 x 20mm, 12½ x 7¾ inches, engraved additional title page by Thomas Cecill, title at centre of wide pictorial border, full length figures of Archidamos and Pericles, a medallion portrait of Thucydides and 6 vignettes captioned in Greek, letterpress title page printed red and black, 3 folding engraved maps (Ancient Greece, Sicily, Syracuse), 2 engraved plates, pages: (48), 357, (11) - 1 page publisher's advert and 10 pages of Table, collation: pi2, A4, a - d4, e2, B - Aaa4, bound in contemporary full blind panelled calf, rebacked with original backstrip laid on, raised bands, blind diamond pattern in compartments, original gilt lettered red morocco label, new endpapers. Boards slightly marked with a few small scrapes, neat small repairs to corners, engraved title page reinserted with loss of inner margin, very small chip to lower edge of letterpress title page, ink note in upper margin of b3, small split at top of 1 fold of Map of Greece neatly repaired on reverse, neat small ink Roman numerals numbering the paragraphs on pages 1 - 27, occasional light age - browning, very occasional small pale spot, tip of 1 upper blank corner missing. A very good clean tight copy. Thomas Hobbes was the first scholar to translate this work from the original Greek. The first edition of his translation was published in 1628, and then it was reissued with a cancel title page in 1634, which makes ours the third despite what is stated on the title page … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.
2014-07-11 12:49:29
LOOTSMAN, Theunisz Jacobsz.
Amsterdam: Jacob and Caspar Jacobsz Lootsman, 1676. Original colour. 440 x 550mm. Repairs to edges. The mouth of the White Sea in northern Russia, orientated with north to the right, with two insets: 'Swetenoes' (Svyatoy Nos, on the Barents Sea coast of Russian Lapland) & 'De Eylanden van Lombascho' (Ostrov Lumbovskiy, nearby). At the time Archangel was the most important Russian port, but closed for much of the winter. For this reason Peter the Great founded his new capital city, St Petersburg, allowing access to the Baltic. Although their family name was Jacobsz, they used Lootsman to distance themselves from another printer.
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [London, United Kingdom]
2014-07-04 05:19:06
posp. Der Belägrung Maestricht und Wijck, durch den Princen von Orangien 1676. Copperengraving from M. Merian. Frankfurt ca. 1680. (34x27).
Bookseller: BREMMERS (Paul) Antiquariaat
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2014-07-01 23:51:58
"Aanwyzende de Middelen om Boomen, Bloemen en Kruyden te Zaayen, planten, aen queeken en voort teelen. [4], 144, [2], 145-224 pp. With engraved allegorical title-page, 2 engraved garden plans, 13 engraved plates of fruits and flowers (each in two parts), and 16 engraved plates of garden plans, parterres, and mazes. Bound with: Commelin,Jan. Nederlantze Hesperides, dat is, Oeffening en Gebruik van de Limoen- en Oranje-Boomen, gestelt na den aardt, en climaat der Nederlanden. [4], 47, [3] pp. With engraved allegorical title-page (dated 1676) and 26 engraved plates, of which 21 are of citrus fruits and 5 are of orangeries. small folio. Amsterdam by Marcus Doornick, 1676. First Editions of the finest Dutch horticultural books, with numerous botanical engravings reminiscent of De Passe. Ad I: Dedicated to William of Orange, with a fine plan of the layout of Soest Dyck, the Prince's estate at Utrecht. Cause also provides a contemporary view of Vranckryck's garden at St. Germain-en-Laye, the French royal residence which was later redesigned by Le Nôtre. The cultivation of 420 plants is described, of which Cause illustrates 52 of them, often with bees or butterflies hovering nearby. There are also 16 plates of parterres and labyrinths, comprising 32 geometric and ribbon designs. Ad II: Jan Commelin was director of the botanic gardens and professor of medicine at the University of Amsterdam.There are twenty fine plates of citrus fruit by Cornelis Kick, and another six plates by De Vree of orangeries, and the large view of the ""winter-Plaats"". Ad I: partly browned/waterstained and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat DE VRIES & DE VRIES
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2014-06-29 18:15:41
Speed, J.
London ca. 1676. Karte zeigt den westlichen Teil von Russland, auf einer Teilkarte einen Plan von Moskau, Stadtansichten von der Festung Narva, Archangel und Teilansichten, altkoloriert, Kupferstich, 40 x 50,5. Zustand: Perfekt, dem Alter entsprechend
Bookseller: Antique Sommer & Sapunaru KG
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2014-06-14 12:49:23
Ovidius Naso, Publius
Paris: De L'Imprimerie Royale, 1676. [14],463,[1],[8]pp. Quarto (28 x 22 cm). Full navy calf, ruled in gilt and blind, with overall decoration within gilt and ornamented rules of fleurs-de- lys and other ornaments, a.e.g., attributed to Milpied. Engraved pictorial extra-title, and 226 engraved illustrations in text. Small surface chips at extreme crown and toe of spine, lower joint cracking at crown, fore- edge of front free endsheet a bit nicked and frayed, scattered foxing and occasional marginal smudges, early ownership inscriptions to title with a faint shadow of a tidemark at the gutter, clean marginal tears in B1 and S4 (with no loss), early manuscript poem on blank [464]; early ink doodles across extreme upper margin of page 184; withal, a good, sound copy. Marbled board slipcase. First edition of this verse translation by Isaac Benserade, concluding with an amusing acrostic utilizing the names of Louis XIV and Madame de Ludre. The beautiful engraved extra- title is by Sébastien Le Clerc after Charles Le Brun. The 226 text engravings are by Le Clerc and Francois Chauveau. Prefatory "Lettre de m. Le Brun a m. de Benserade." "Édition recherchée uniquement à cause de grav[ures] ..." - Brunet. BRUNET IV:288. TCHEMERZINE-SCHELER I:614.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-ILAB [U.S.A.]
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2014-06-10 23:21:24
Anonymous, Thomas Sternhold, John Hopkins
London: John Bill and Christopher Barker, 1676. London: John Bill and Christopher Barker, 1676. Hardcover. Very Good. The Book of Common PrayerTogether with the Psalter or Psalms of David BOUND WITHThe Whole Book of PsalmsCollected into English Meterby Thomas Sternhold, John Hopkins, and others. Beautiful leather-bound volume with52 engravings, in collectible condition. London: John Bill and Christopher Barker, 1676. Psalms: London: Printed by A.C. for the company of Stationers, 1677. Full Leather. 12mo. Frontispiece, title page and 52 numbered engravings, not paginated, bound with The Whole Book of Psalms pp. 104. Ruled throughout in red. Fine binding in 19th Century straight grained black morocco with extensive gilt and blind decoration to the boards, raised bands and gilt decoration to the spine, wide inner dentelles. All edges gilt, moire silk endpapers. Binding very good with a little general wear and rubbing, most noticeable to the head and tail. Contents clean and tight, margins close trimmed to some pages, just shaving the odd letter to runing titles etc. but no loss to red lines or text. A Very Good copy with an attractive binding. Ink signature on title page blotted. Front endpaper removed. An attractive late 17th Century English prayer book.
Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books
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2014-06-03 15:35:04
Taylor, J
Richard Royston, 1676. Richard Royston. Hardcover. This leather bound volume has been relaid with the original boards and a new spine. The boards are heavily worn to the edges with some surface wear. The corners have been rounded off on the front board and are heavily bumped to the rear. The replacement spine has some moderate rubbing to the heads and raised bands. Inside, the newer endpapers are foxed and the text body is heavily foxed inside and out. There are several pages that are worh and a couple with small holes, occasional thumbing marks also appear within. . Good. 1676.
Bookseller: Infinitebooks
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2014-06-01 12:54:27
London, Printed for W. Thackery, 1676.. London, Printed for W. Thackery, 1676.. Together with the Husbandman's Practice ... With the Shepherd's Prognostication for the weather, and Pythagoras, his Wheel of Fortune. 1676 (date taken from second title page). Small 8vo, approximately 150 x 90 mm, 6 x 3½ inches, divided into three parts each with its own title page, frontispiece and 10 woodcuts in the text, plus woodcut on the second title page, THE FIRST TITLE PAGE IS A FACSIMILE, pages: frontispiece, facsimile title page, [6] pages of text, 3-172, [12], bound in full leather (sheep) with very faint part of title along spine. Binding worn, chipped with small loss of leather to head of spine, small repairs to top of spine, corners worn, covers rubbed and a little scuffed, frontispiece has neat repair to outer margin with acid free document repair tape, some pale age-browning throughout, 2 brown spots to inner margin of 2 pages, not affecting text, occasional pale soiling, final endpaper browned with old ink owner's name and date on both sides and a warning to anyone who tries to steal the book. The last 12 pages are on the names of the chief Fairs. See: The Wellcome Historical Medical Library, Volume 3, page 129. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.
Bookseller: Roger Middleton
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