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2017-10-16 13:48:32
MILTON, John (1608-1674)
London: Printed by J[ohn] M[acocke] for John Martyn, MDCLXXVII, [1677]. Hardcover. Very Good. 8vo (173 x 108mm). 357, [59pp.]. Later calf, rebacked, spine stamped in gilt, “Milton’s History of Britain.” (lacking initial blank, only occasional spots otherwise good). Bound in before title is handwritten “Contents of ye Books” detailing the six books of the History in a near contemporary hand on linen paper (folded at right margin), the annotator has made good summaries for each. Armorial Ex Libris of Ralph Sylvester Bartlett (1868-1960), descended from a colonial family, laid in front with bookseller notations on reverse. Milton’s ‘History of Britain;’ containing republican thoughts at the crisis of the English Revolution. This is the first issue of the second edition, despite the fact that there is no edition statement on the title page. The second issue of the second edition (issued in 1678 by John Macock for Mark Pardoe) includes the words “The second edition” on the title page (Wing M2122). Milton’s History of Britain is an unfinished and censored prose work first published in 1670. Milton began work on the History around 1649, completing four books in the first phase, then continued in the 1650s with a further two books. The History was first printed at the Rose and Crown in St. Paul’s Church-yard. In this work, Milton, who had allegiances with the revolutionary cause during the English Civil War, mixed actual history based on a wide range of sources with comments on the restored monarchy of his time. He admitted the inaccuracy of many of his sources, but justified hi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sanctuary Books [US]
2017-10-16 13:06:16
Dolinar Joan
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
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2017-10-16 13:06:15
DUVAL, Pierre;
Paris, chez l'Auteur, sans date [1677] In-12 de un titre, tables, 34 pl. - un titre, 14 pl., veau havane, filet à froid en encadrement sur les plats, dos à nerfs orné de fleurons de caissons dorés, pièce des titre de maroquin rouge, filet doré sur les coupes, tranches rouges (reliure de l'époque). Ravissant atlas de poche fait de la réunion de deux importantes suites cartographiques de Pierre Duval.Elle comprend en tout 51 planches doubles - montées sur onglets - gravées en taille-douce, dont 48 cartes rehaussées en couleurs.A la suite de toutes les Provinces de France, se trouve l'atlas des Acquisitions de la France par la Paix, paru pour la première fois en 1660. Il avait pour but de faire connaître les agrandissements territoriaux résultant des traités de Westphalie (1648) et des Pyrénées (1659). Le nombre de cartes (10,2 x 12,7 cm) varie selon les éditions, notre exemplaire en réunit 14 comme celui décrit par Mireille Pastoureau (Duval I B 1667) : La France selon ses Parlements, avec ses Acquisitions ; Pignerol ; les Acquisitions de la France en Allemagne (Landgraviat de haute et basse Alsace, le Sundgow, Brisac, Ferette, Philisbourg) ; le Sundgo ; la Basse Alsace ; les Frontières de France et d'Espagne du coté de Bayone et de S. Sebastien ; le Roussillon et le Conflant ; le Capsir et le Val de Carol ; les 33 villages de Cerdagne cédés à la France ; l'Artois François ; les Acquisitions de la France en Flandre, en Hainaut, en Luxembourg par la Paix des Pyrénées ; la Lorraine ; le Chemin Royal des François en Lorraine ; Seigneurie de Malines.Installé à Paris et doté d'un … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Laurent Coulet [France, Paris]
2017-10-16 12:59:51
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2017-10-16 12:47:01
[MONTLAUR, T. de].
A Toulouse, sans nom d'imprimeur, 1677. in-8. 8ff. 152pp. 1f. Parchemin souple de l'époque. Edition Originale très rare de ce recueil de textes concernant l'amour, le mariage, la prostitution, l'homosexualuté, etc. recueillis, traduits et commentés par un gascon érudit, T.de Montlaur. Ce volume rédigé à partir des conceptios personelles de l'auteur, réunit des textes divers : satires de Boileau traduites en latin; une satire de Juvenal traduite en français; des textes de Malherbe, Sarrasin, Maucroix; les "Maximes du Mariage" de l'Ecole des Femmes de Molière; "La Solitude" de Saint-Amand, etc A propos de la satire de Juvenal, l'auteur se défend de viser toutes les femmes : "Nos femmes Françoises n'ont aucune part aux débordemens de ces infames Romaines, ce n'est pas contre nos Dames que je parle, ny pour elles aussi puisque n'entendans pas le Latin, elles ne peuvent prendre aucun plaisir à la traduction...". T. de Montlaur est l'auteur de deux autres ouvrages publiés également à Tolouse. Dans sa dédicace au marquis de Seigneley, Secrétaire d'Etat, il se dit "Gascon, n'ayant presque jamais perdu de vue les Pyrénées... tout à l'humeur gascone...". Exemplaire du mathématicien et astronome Jean Jacques Dortous de Mairan né à Béziers en 1678, mort en 1771; il porte sa signature autographe sur le titre, suivie de la date 1703. Quelques traces de mouillures claires. Bon exemplaire.
Bookseller: L'Ile Enchantée [France, Paris]
2017-10-16 12:32:18
CINELLI CALVOLI Giovanni
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2017-10-16 12:22:09
WANSLEBEN (Johann Michael);
Bookseller: Librairie Le Bail [France, Paris]
2017-10-16 12:21:25
SPINOZA, B. DE).
(Amsterdam, J. Rieuwertsz), 1677. With some illustrations and diagrams in the text, woodcut vignette on title. (40), 614, (32, index), (2), 112, (8) pp. 4to. Contemporary vellum, blind-stamped ornament in center of both sides, upper joint and endpapers expertly repaired, spine somewhat darkened. PMM 153; Van der Linde 22; Kingma-Offenberg 24; Wolf Collection, 378; Knuttel 377. First edition of Spinoza's posthumous works, including the first edition of the world-famous Ethica, which "have served, then and since, with the Tractatus Theologico-Politicus, to immortalize his name" (PMM 153). These posthumous works were published by Jan Rieuwertsz, an Amsterdam bookseller and friend of Spinoza, and edited by him together with the merchant Jarig Jelles, who probably wrote the preface. It contains the first publication of the Ethics. The remainder comprises the Tractatus Politicus- his last, unfinished production, which develops a theory of law and government akin to that of Hobbes; the Tractatus de Intellectus Emendatione, also unfinished; a selection of letters- restricted, owing to the dangers of publishing correspondence on questions of politics and theology; and, after an index, a Compendium Grammatices Linguae Hebraeae, paginated separately.Only one day before his death Spinoza arranged that his posthumous works should be sent to Jan Rieuwertsz in Amsterdam, who also published his Principia of Descartes and the Tractatus-theologico-politicus. In the book neither author, nor place nor editor are mentioned. This was no superfluous precaution, for in 1678, hardly one year after … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: A. Gerits & Son b.v. [Diemen, Netherlands]
2017-10-16 12:21:25
SPINOZA (Baruch)]
Bookseller: Librairie HATCHUEL [PARIS, France]
2017-10-16 12:20:39
Boccalini, Traiano.
1677. 4to. (8), 519, (1), 262 pp. With woodcut title vignette. Contemp. vellum with ms. title to spine. Edges sprinkled in red. Second edition (first printed in Geneva in 1669) of this posthumously published work by the versatile Roman satirist T. Boccalini (1556-1613). The Libreria Vinciana copy also contains a third part (47 pp.) apparently not bound with all copies, containing commentaries on Tacitus's Life of Agricola. The title vignette depicts "un circo romano dove si svolgono combattimenti contro le fiere" (Lib. Vinc.). "Rara ediz. sconosciuta alle principali bibl. Grande ammiratore di Tacito, come molti altri al suo tempo, il Boccalini occupo gran parte della sua vita a commentarlo e prendendo occasione dalle sue sentenze più notevoli giudicò e passò in rassegna le azioni dei principi del suo tempo. La prima parte è costituita dalle Osservazioni sopra i sei libri degli Annali di Tacito, la 2a parte dalle Osservazioni sopra il primo libro dell'Historia di Tacito" (ibid.). - Title page with two small, professionally restored defects. Slightly browned due to paper; faint waterstaining. Rare. Libr. Vinciana 346. Not in Weller (Druckorte).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [AT]
2017-10-16 12:20:38
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2017-10-16 12:17:42
Pacioni, Petri
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [U.S.A.]
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2017-10-16 12:09:28
Della Porta Gio: Battista.
Bookseller: Libreria e Casa Editrice Grimaldi & C.Editori srl [IT]
2017-10-16 12:06:36
VIOLA ZANINI GIUSEPPE (1575-1631).
Padova, per Giacomo Cadorino, 1677. In - 4ø; 4 cc., 176 pp., 192 pp., 4 cc. con 94 figure incise in legno a piena pagina nel testo; legatura del tempo in tutta pergamena, titolo manoscritto al dorso, taglio marmorizzato. Bell'esemplare assolutamente genuino, solo qualche piccolo segno di tarlo restaurato al margine bianco di poche carte. Seconda edizione (prima tiratura con la data 1677), migliorata e accresciuta del capitolo sul "modo di levare il fumo alli camini s? fatti, come da farsi di Andrea Minorelli", con l'aggiunta di una tavola di camini. "Questa seconda edizione Š assai pi-- completa e pregiata della prima" (Riccardi). Il trattato di architettura di Giuseppe Viola Zanini appartiene ad un genere di letteratura propriamente tecnica e con finalit... pratica che si sviluppa nel '600. A questo genere appartengono i trattati del Branca (Manuale d'architettura, Ascoli, 1629), del Barca (Avvertimenti e regole circa l'architettura civile, Milano, 1620), dell'Osio (Architettura civile, Milano 1641), del Capra (La nuova architettura familiare, Bologna, 1678). "Zanini's treatise is distinguished by its regional focus. Aimed at a local audience, Zanini?s ideas were exemplified through buildings and works of art predominantly drawn from Padua and nearby north Italian cities. Zanini's main contribution is that he provides the first formal discussion of the principles of quadratura ceiling painting, a subject explored in great depth by other XVIIth century authors, such as Agostino Mitelli. This large work is divided into two books. The three sections of the first book deal wit … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Mediolanum [IT]
2017-10-16 12:03:11
DESCARTES (René)
Paris, Michel Bobin & Nicolas Le Gras, 1677. 1 vol. in-4°, veau brun, dos à nerfs orné de caissons dorés, roulette dorée sur les coupes, tranches jaspées de rouge. Reliure de l'époque restaurée. Ex-libris (étiquette) de l'évêché de Chartres au contreplat et ex-libris ms. de la bibliothèque de St Jean du Val (diocèse de Chartres) sur le titre. 84 fig. gravées sur bois dans le texte, (32) ff., 511 pp., (9) pp. Quelques mouillures pâles. Seconde édition corrigée et augmentée du Monde ou Traité de la lumière, pour lequel Michel Bobin avait obtenu le privilège en 1663. Cette partie est illustrée de 32 figures gravées sur bois. Le reste de l'édition reprend le même texte que celui de l'édition originale de 1664 : le Traité de l'Homme proprement dit, illustré de 52 figures, les Remarques de Louis de La Forge et la traduction de la préface de M. Schuyl pour l'édition latine de 1664. Conçu au début des années 1630, le Traité de l'Homme était resté inédit à la mort de l'auteur, celui-ci ayant préféré ne pas le livrer à l'impression après la condamnation de Galilée en 1633. Rédigé en français, c'est pourtant la traduction latine (établie par le philosophe hollandais Florent Schuyl d'après une copie manuscrite de l'ouvrage) qui fut imprimée en premier en 1662. Ce livre qui décrit la physiologie et les mouvements du corps de l'homme comme ceux d'une machine mécanique eut une influence considérable sur les philosophes matérialistes du siècle suivant. Bon exemplaire. Guibert, 203.
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne J.-Marc Dechaud [France, Crissay-sur-Manse]
2017-10-16 11:57:15
PINEL Y MONROY, Francisco
En Madrid: En la Imprenta Imperial por Ioseph Fernandez de Buendia, 1677.- [20 h.], 424 p., [10 h.]: Tras la portada bellísimo grabado a plena página + 1 retrato a plena página de Don Andrés de Cabrera y otro a plena página de Doña Beatriz de Bobadilla + grabado a plena página del escudo de armas y blasones de los Marqueses de Moya, todos ellos grabados al cobre magistralmente por Diego de Obregón; Gran Folio (34 cm); Magnífica impresión sobre excelente papel de hilo verjurado blanco, sonoro y de fuerte gramaje; Enc. en Pleno pergamino época con doble rueda dorada en ambas tapas y florón en el centro de cada una; Cortes decorados y dorados.- Estado de conservación MUY BUENO. Tiene una alteración en la paginación pues salta de la página 168 a la 187, PERO ESTÁ COMPLETO, es error tipográfico. Tiene repetidas las páginas 303-304 y la siguiente 305-306. Magnífica obra del siglo XVII sobre la vida y hechos de este gran matrimonio, amigos y fieles vasallos de los Reyes Católicos.* Libro en español
Bookseller: Librería Miguel Miranda, AILA ILAB [Spain]
2017-10-16 11:50:53
Des-Cartes, Renati
Amstelodami, Apud Danielem Elsevirium, 1677. In 8° (cm 14,4 x 19,5), suggestiva legatura piena pelle settecentesca, decorata, con titolo al dorso, pp (36), 222, settantacinque incisioni silografiche nel testo di cui diciotto a piena pagina. Esemplare in buone condizioni,tiratura senza ritratto di Cartesio in antiporta, venduto separatamente e presente in poche copie, bruniture marcate ed uniformi dovute al tipo di carta. Nel 1643 la filosofia cartesiana viene condannata dall'università di Utrecht; quattordici anni prima dell'impressione di questa edizione, tutta l'opera di Cartesio viene messa all'Indice dalla Chiesa cattolica. Il primo tentativo di fornire un'esposizione sistematica della propria filosofia della natura risale agli anni che vanno dal 1629 al 1633, ossia al periodo in cui Descartes stava lavorando al trattato "Le Monde ou traité de la lumière", trattato che però rimase incompleto e che uscirà postumo nel 1664. Ad ogni modo, esposizioni alquanto elaborate della filosofia naturale cartesiana si trovano sia nei saggi che seguono al "Discours de la méthode", specialmente i primi due, sia, ovviamente, nell'opera più ampia uscita in prima edizione nel 1644, cioè i "Principia philosophiae". La peculiarità del testo cartesiano rispetto agli altri manuali di insegnamento del tempo, si trova soprattutto nell'apparizione di un nuovo stile scientifico, che si traduce in una diversa scrittura matematica, ma anche nell'unione della metafisica e della fisica in un manuale coerente, o nell'elaborazione di una nuova fisica che verrà successivamente disconosciuta dalla storia … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Bosio Giovanni [IT]
2017-10-16 11:34:36
Gage, Thomas
A. Clark, London, 1677. 8vo, titlepage, 3ff, folding map, pp 447 (misnumbered 547), and 9ff of index. "The third Edition enlarged by the Author, with a new and accurate Map." Sabin notes that the final chapter of the first edition, relating his trip to Rome, was suppressed in all later editions. Gage was a consummate rascal and his story of life in Mexico -- a unique relation in its time, as non-Spaniards were not alllowed into the Spanish colonies -- provided the only picture of the places described available in the English-speaking world. He was a Dominican priest in Mexico and Guatemala for about 10 years before making his "escape" back to England, funded by the theft of his parishioners' contributions, and ready and willing to stir up mischief for the Spanish, of which this book is one evidence. The other is the island of Jamaica, which he convinced Cromwell to seize, being insufficiently protected by the Spanish. Provenance of this copy: on ffep is the distinguished bookplate of G.R.G. Conway (1873 - 1926?), who was an English civil engineer who spent a number of years in Mexico as director of utility companies; but he was also a historian of Mexico and great collector: he issued in a very limited edition a selection of Gage's book in 1920. On front paste down is the bookplate of Frederick Ducane Godman (1834 - 1919), English natural scientist, co-author of Biologia Centrali-Americanum. Sabin 26300. Contemporary speckled calf, original spine relaid, with raised bands and title piece, in slipcase. Map in excellent condition: very good copy. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: PLAZA BOOKS ABAA [Port Townsend, WA, U.S.A.]
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2017-10-16 11:12:16
PETRUCCI Gioseffo
presso li Janssonio-Waesbergj [Janssonius van Waesberge], 1677. [16] + 200pp., illustrated with an additional engraved title and with 4 (of 5, lacking the pl. of the Vesuvius) folding plates and 4 plates out-of-text and with 19 illustrations in text (of which 7 full-page), woodcut ornament on title page, some ornamented initials, text in Italian, text clean and bright with only some occasional small stains and soiling, recent binding in fine condition (quarter-leather, spine with gilt title, marbled boards), 23cm., text in Italian, small inscription on title and in margin of p.[6], good condition, rare, [This is the first book about the famous Jesuit scholar Athanasius Kircher (Ghysen 1602 - Rome 1680), in which Petrucci, a follower of Kircher, defends his views of the "mirabilia", the marvels of nature and culture. The plates are taken from various of Kircher's works. The plates and illustrations show a.o. a map of South-Africa (folding), Speculum ustorium (folding, with 3 very small perforations), a funeral chamber (folding), obelisks (folding), 4 plates of Chinese flowers, some extraordinary creatures, etc. // Ref.: De Backer-Sommervogel IV col.1076-1077, Graesse V 241], G96668
Bookseller: Boekenantiquariaat De Lezenaar [BE]
2017-10-16 07:32:30
OUGHTRED, William.
1652; 1677; 1660. A remarkable sammelband containing the bulk of Oughtred's published works, with the exception of his Mathematical recreations. Oughtred (1574-1660) was one of the most important and influential mathematicians of the first half of the seventeenth century and was much admired by Newton, who described him as "a man whose judgment (if any man's) may be safely relied upon" (Correspondence III, 364). Oughtred "exercised a formative influence on a host of young men with a mathematical bent, alike at the university level and at the instrument maker's bench" (Taylor, Practitioners, p. 192). One of Oughtred's pupils, William Forster, visited him at his rectory at Albury, Surrey in 1630, and persuaded him to let him translate and publish his Latin treatises. Ad I. Third and best edition of Oughtred's most important work, edited by John Wallis, with three further treatises published here for the first time (or the first time in Latin for the last). Clavis mathematicae (The key of the mathematics now forged and filed in the English edition, 1647) was first published as Arithmeticae in numeris in 1631 and contained all that was then known in arithmetic and algebra. Both popular and hugely influential, both in England and on the Continent, the Clavis was translated into English in 1647 by Robert Wood and as late as 1694 a new translation by Halley was published. It was here that Oughtred introduced the signs x for multiplication and :: for proportion, along with many other signs and abbreviations which have not been adopted, though in a number of cases his lead has bee … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SOPHIA RARE BOOKS [Denmark]
2017-10-14 22:00:59
Petronius
Apud Adrianum Gaesbequium, Amsterdam, 1677. Bound With: Johannis Boschii in T. Petronii arbitri satyricon notae Amstelaedami apud Adrianum Gaesbequium MDCLXXVI Bound With: Bound With: PRIAPEIA, sive Diversorum Poetarum in Priapum Lusus Weight (kg): 0,105 Height (cm): 9 Width (cm): 5,5 Thickness (cm): 3,4 48MO 48mo Part 1: 2 Blank(s) / Engraved Title / Title Page / 20 NNP / 384 P Part 2: Title Page / 68 P / 4 NNP Part 3: Engraved Title / 62 P / 4 Blank(s) Condition: 8 (1-10) Good Condition [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Meuzelaar [Heusden, Netherlands]
2017-10-14 19:15:34
TOKAJ
Kupferstich von Merian aus "Theatrum Europaeum", 1677, 21,5 x 34,5 cm (Fauser 14021).
Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat [Eurasburg, Germany]
2017-10-11 12:03:56
Du Val, Pierre
published by "Pierre Du-Val Geographe du Roy à Paris Chez l'Auteur, Avec Privilege de sa Maiesté." 1677. - 15 x 23.5 cm, hand-coloured copper engraving. Map showing the track of Pirard's voyage from and back to France to Southeast Asia. Duval, Pierre (1619-1683). Cartographer and Pyrard, François (1570-1621) -- Voyager
Bookseller: Gallery of Prints
2017-10-11 07:59:02
SPINOZA (Baruch)]
Bookseller: Librairie HATCHUEL [PARIS, France]
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2017-10-10 19:48:00
Schenk, Pieter
Bookseller: Inter-Antiquariaat MEFFERDT & DE JONGE [Netherlands]
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2017-10-10 13:12:05
Boussingault, [Adam]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. VAN DER STEUR [Netherlands]
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2017-10-10 09:46:47
Boyle, Roger, Earl of Orrey
In the Savoy, by T.N. for Henry Herringham, London, 1677. Folio. L.P. p.p. 206. Fine contemporary calf. Fine frontis equestrian portrait of Charles ii plus 6 double page plates. Armorial B.P.Roger Boyle, Lord Broghill, Earl of Orrery (1621-1679), son of Richard Boyle, Earl of Cork, elder brother of Robert the scientist, was born at Lismore, Co. Waterford. He was deputy in Inchiquin’s Munster Command during theConfederate War and was bitterly opposed to the cessation of arms. After The execution of Charles 1, Boyle retired to his Somerset estate and was about to leave for the Continent to plot for the restoration of the Stuarts, when he was summoned by Cromwell who offered him the choice of imprisonment in the Tower or service under the Commonwealth. He accepted the latter and set off for Ireland, and late in 1649, he met Cromwell near Waterford, with 1,500 men whomhe had raised. He assisted at the Sieges of Clonmel and Limerick, destroyed Lord Muskerry’s royalist-confederate force at Macroom and executed the CatholicBishop, Boethius MacEgan. Afterwards in England he continued to be one of Cromwell’s most trusted friends and advisers. Not satisfied however with Cromwell’s successor he returned to Ireland and with Coote seized Youghal, Clonmel, Carlow, Limerick, Drogheda, Galway and Athlone for the King, and helped to end the rule of the Cromwellians there. After the restoration he was made Earl of Orrery, Lord Justice, and President of Munster, and in the latter capacity, he successfully defeated the attempt by Duke of Beaufort, Admiral of France, to land at Kinsale. In 1661 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Healy Rare Books [Galway, Ireland]
2017-10-06 20:30:33
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2017-10-06 09:56:49
Edmunds, Clement
Tho. Newcomb for Jonathan Edwin, London, 1677. Small folio, without the front end paper but complete with 322pp text and the 12 plates and the frontis. Contemporary calf boards, which are crudely strengthened, but when rebound the holes would be unnoticeable. Browning to the edges of the text, with the first few leaves loose with rubbing to the edges. Overall a good copy, a worthy candidate for a rebind. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Blackrock Rare Books [Co. Dublin, Ireland]
2017-10-03 08:44:21
Rimbertum, S./Arrhenius, Claudius ed.
Primi Hamburgensium Archiepiscopi & in Scandinavia vicinarumque; Gentium Regna ac ditiones Pontificii Legati VITA Gemina. Una Oratione prosa ante annos minimum DCCCVIII. scripta per S. Rimbertum. Ipsius Primum Diaconum, postmodum in utroque; munere successorem. Altera Oratione metrica ante annos DCVI. scripta, ut putatur per Gualdonem Corbeiensem Monachum; Nec non prioris vitae versio vetur Svesica, quam de dit ante annos saltem CCLXXXVII S. Nicolaus Lincopensis Episcopus; Una cum viri clarissimi Petri Lambecii Ante annos XXVI, Hamburgi ad has Vitas editis Annotatis. Junctim annos ista, adjectis suis Excerptis Chronologicis Indicibusque necessariis, primus in Svecia edidit Claudius Arrhenius. Henricus Keyser, Holmiae 1677. 4:o. (8),280,(233-236 felbundna),(24) s. Nött, samtida halvläderband med marmorerade pärmar och fyra upphöjda bind. Stänkta snitt. Liten reva ryggens huvud samt liten skada främre pärmens ytterkant. 4 1/2 cm spricka främre pärmen, från övre kanten, som fortsätter till hälften genomgående så gott som hela främre pärmen. Fläck främre pärm. Måttligt lagerfläckad. Vissa sidor brunfläckade. Samtida namnteckning titelblad. Exlibris (Axel Hultqvist) samt sentida namnteckning i blyerts främre pärms spegel. 20 x 17,5 cm.[#\85524]
Bookseller: Antiquaria Bok & Bildantikvariat AB [Göteborg, Sweden]
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