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2013-12-28 21:57:48
BORELLI, Giovanni Alfonso
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2013-12-01 08:53:36
London: John Wickins,, 1680. Written by Peter Meruault, a Citizen of Rochel, who was in the City from the beginning of the Siege until the Rendition of it. Octavo (159 × 97 mm). Nineteenth-century tree calf, red morocco label, floral devices to the compartments, gilt panel to the boards, matching roll to the turn-ins, edges and endpapers marbled. A little rubbed, joints just started, slightly browned, some cropping of the shoulder-notes, a very good copy. Second English edition, one year after the first, an account first published in French in 1648. An uncommon and important narrative of the great siege of 1627-8, described by Kevin Robbins as "one of the best sources about daily events in the surrounded city" (City on the Ocean Sea … p223n). Also prints a translation of the full text of the Edict of Nantes as an appendix. Mervault was 20 at the time of the events that he records "and having been bred to commerce, wanted the advantage and ornament of Scholarship; yet nevertheless my curiosity prompting me, I made it my business to take notice of what then passed, and my Father being a Member of the Common Council, and as Master of the Artillery exercised the second Charge or Office in the City, I learned from him divers Particulars, which I carefully committed to writing" (author's preface). Robbins considers Mervault to be a "scrupulous antiquarian". Crested bookplate of A[lfred] J. Cipriaut to the front pastedown. f
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2013-11-25 06:03:10
Jan Jansson/Moses Pitt
1680. A scarce map depicting the course of the Dvina River in strip map style. The headwaters are at bottom left, with the mouth at Archangel in the upper right. The map is decorated with a superb title cartouche surrounded by putti and a distance scale flanked by wildlife. The plate was originally engraved by Jan Jansson. After his death it was inherited by his son-in-law, known as Jansson-Waesberg, who published it in conjunction with Moses Pitt.
Bookseller: Art Source International Inc. [Boulder, CO, U.S.A.]
2013-11-10 22:04:58
Fabro Bremudan, Francisco
Bernardo De Villa Diego, Madrid 1680 - Muy bello frontis grabado, grabado en Roma por Thibault - Portada - 13 hojas y 160 pp. a gran papel. Decoración con frisos y letras capitulares grabadas. Muy buen ejemplar con una muy bella encuadernación de época en piel, muy grabada al oro y con escudo en cada tapa. Lomera con nervios y florones. Cortes dorados. Con dos ex-libris, uno con el lema "Todo por Aragón y para Aragón. Semper Idem." y el otro de la Biblioteca de Juan M. Sánchez, con el indicativo de "Preciosísimo ejemplar". También firma de Gregorio Marañón, datada en 1924, en la primera blanca. Palau 86151. Salvá, II, 2933. ="En cumplimiento de su promesa verbal expresada a los diputados del reino de Aragón don Jaime de Palafox y don José de Aragón, Carlos II viajó a Zaragoza para efectuar la tradicional jura de los Fueros Aragoneses. En Aragón se recibió con esperanza la convocatoria a Cortes para el día 10 de marzo de 1677. El Infante Juan de Austria tenía así la oportunidad de corresponder a las gentes e instituciones aragonesas, que tanto apoyo le habían prestado. Ceremonias de ritual y protocolo, vestimenta, descripción e historia de templos y monasterios, paisajes, fiestas populares, leyendas, .un valor documental que la letra impresa fijó para siempre. Este libro representa una rica fuente de información del pasado histórico de Aragón." Alfonso Fernández González [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
2013-11-10 19:56:01
Spenero, Philippo Jacobo
Francofurti Ad Moenum: Joannis Davidis Zunneri, 1680. In two volumes; 1680: 36 + 778 + (32) (and) the 1690: (14) + 368 + (68 index pages) + (36) leaves of plates, including illustrated title & preliminary plate + (23) leaves of plates, which belong with the 1680 volume, these bound differently than usually; in Latin & with some German text; the 1690 with classically dramatic full-page engraved title by Ludwig Christoph Glotsch after Bottschild; title page in red and black with large illustrated ornament; content concentrating on the science of heraldry, with illustrations of shields and blazonry, royal arms of nobility of the countries of Europe; with useful lists of family names in indices, corresponding to the text information by German theologian Philipp Jakob Spener (1635 - 1705) author, "a voluminous writer," devoted to the study of philology, history and philosophy, noted as being the "father" of the Protestant Pietist religious movement and who studied heraldry devotedly throughout his life (Britt. 11th ed.); previous owner inscription on endpaper of one book; large heavy volumes, approx. 8 1/4" x 13" (21 x 33.5 cm) in size; bound in contemporary full brown polished leather; spines with 5 raised bands, gilt floral sprays and surrounds in each compartment, gilt titles on lighter leather labels, all edges lightly sprinkled in red; gilt armorial device on covers; marbled endpaper pastedowns, facing endpapers blanks; bindings very worn and rubbed, tips wear-through; cover leather with old worming; spines very worn and chipped, holed; edges of spine leather splitting; blo … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-11-06 11:10:34
Gerónimo de Blancas, Martín Carrillo, Diego Iosef Dormer
Herederos de Diego Dormer,, Zaragoza, 1680. Se añaden las inscripciones a los retratos de los Reyes D. Felipe Primero, Segundo, y Tercero. Traducidas., las de los Reyes de Sobrarbe, y Condes antiguos de Aragón, Las de los Reyes de Aragón, con la descripción de la Sala, y otras noticias, 32 + 532 pags., portada y texto orlados en toda la obra. Texto en latíin y castellano. Escudos en el texto. La 1ª edición, en latín, fue impresa en 1587; esta segunda fue aumentada con respecto a aquélla, falta la anteportada con escudo de Aragón. Size: 19 x 14 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Reus, Paris, Londres [Valldoreix, Spain]
2013-11-04 20:03:47
Mackenzie George
Printed by the Heir of Andrew Anderson Edinburgh 1680 - Later boards, rebacked, quite worn, without the frontispiece to the first work and with 25 (of 30) plates and the folding frontispiece of the second [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc., member ABAA
2013-11-03 18:43:19
AUDA Fr. Domenico
Subject: (Libri de 'secreti'). Venezia, Benedetto Miloco, 1680, 12 pergamena morbida coeva, dorso rappezzato, marca tipogr. xil. al front. pp. (20)-316. Ferguson, I, 35 - Duveen, 33 - Paleari, 47 (per altre edizioni) - Vinciana, 1829. Le pag. 301/304 sono erroneamente assieme all'indice, all'inizio.
2013-11-01 13:59:31
Flechier, Espirit:
Seconde Edition by , Paris: 1680. Good in a 17th century binding of full leather covered boards with five raised bands on the spine with only fragments of the backstrip remaining, but enough to show gilt tool work and gilt text in the compartments. In subsequent years to preserve the binding the spine area was heavily varnished. In the area where the backstrip has been lost the underlying sewing supports (cords) are visible. The front and rear joints seem to be cracked but the varnish continues to hold the book together with the aid of the still strong front and rear hinges. A 16mo measuring 6 1/4" by 3 1/2" with two recent prior owner's names on the first free end page. 326 pages of text.
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2013-10-26 20:27:07
Paul Rycaut
John Starkey at the Mitre in fleet street, 1680. Firste dition, Folio,(6), 89,336,(14)of index.Two title pages. One by hand ink portrait of Sultan Ibrahim and three engraving portaits and one engraving of a pageant. Missing the frontispiece engraving. Modern brown leather binding. The copy is internally with some pages rubbed and soiled. In 1661 Rycaut "was sent to Turkey as secretary in the embassy of Heneage Finch, second earl of Winchilsea. He was attached to the Porte about six years, and during that period twice travelled to England" (DNB). "Rycaut, from his long residence and connection with the Embassy, was well qualified to delineate Levantine customs [His] History is regarded as one of the best of its kind with respect to the religious and military state of Turkey" (Cox I, 210). An unsophisticated copy of this nowadays rare book in its first edition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Pontes [Madrid, Spain]
2013-10-24 02:03:32
George Whitehead (Attributed)
London: New-Buildings, Without Biships-Gate. Fair. 1680. First Edition. Hardcover. Three quarter tan leather bound cover with 4 raised bands and marbled boards has heavy wear to extremities and chipped at caps. Boards and spine are straight. Front board detached but present. Binding is tight. Pages have some faint damp staining but free of foxing and little age toning. Pages otherwise clean and in good condition. Former owner's inscription on front endsheet. ; 127 pages .
Bookseller: New Boston Fine and Rare Books
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2013-10-23 23:58:47
1680. Kleine Lochstelle (ca. 5 x 5 mm) im unteren rechten Drittel. Gewicht in Gramm: 500
Bookseller: Antiquariat Daniel Schramm e.K. [Kiel, Germany]
2013-10-22 14:14:37
Pitt, Mosem (Commercial Editor)
Janssonius-Waesbergius, Amstelodami, 1680. 2 p. Circa 168? Description: 17th century dual sided cartograph of upland Sweden, matted, framed under glass. Dimensions: 21" x 25" (53.34 x 63.5 cm) overall, 15" x 19" (38.1 x 48.26 cm) sight. Condition: Very good (attractive); age toned, light puckering at areas of fold, light foxing in sporadic areas visible under close scrutiny; not examined out of frame. Size: Elephant Folio - over 15 - 23" tall Language: lat 20 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: dC&A Books [Crockett, CA, U.S.A.]
2013-10-16 07:56:36
nella Regia Stampa di Castaldo, appresso Carlo Porsile 1680 RACCOLTA di varii libri overo opuscoli d?Historie del Regno di Napoli di varii et approbati autori che con difficoltà si trovavano. Nella quale si contengono l?infrascritti cioè Le croniche dell?inclita Città di Napoli con li bagni di Pozzuolo et Ischia di Gio. Villano. Dell?antichità, sito, chiese, corpi santi, reliquie e statue di Roma con l?origine e nobiltà di Napoli composta per Luigi Contarini. Antichità di Napoli e del suo amenissimo distretto descritta da Benedetto Di Falco. In Napoli, nella Regia Stampa di Castaldo, appresso Carlo Porsile, 1680. Tre parti in un volume in 8vo; pp. 8n.nn., 120, 8n.nn.; 92, 5n.nn.; 170, 2n.nn.; 64. Vignette silografate ai frontespizi di ciascuna opera: il Castello d?Ischia, insegna tipografica di Giuseppe Cacchi, il seno di Baia. Mezza pelle coeva, dorso a cordoni con titlo e fregi in oro. Piatti rinnovati. Santoro, 2185; BL 17th Century Italian Books II, pag. 176; Giustiniani, pag. 122.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Casella
2013-10-11 17:55:12
Harvey, William
Arnold Leers, Den Haag, 1680. 12mo. Mit gest. Titel. 17 Bl., 582 S., 2 Bl. Pgt. d. Zeit. Blauschnitt. Erstmals 1651 erschienene bedeutende Schrift des Entdeckers des Blutkreislaufes William Harvey (1558-1657), in welcher er die grundlegenden Theorien der Epigenese formuliert. Gut 200 Jahre bevor die erste Eizelle eines Säugetiers entdeckt wurde, vertrat Harvey die Ansicht, der Mensch entstehe aus deren Befruchtung durch eine Samenzelle: "ex ovo omnia". - Einband etw. fleckig u. m. rauhen Stellen, eliminierter Stempel auf Rücks. d. Titels, sonst ein wohlerhaltenes Ex. gr. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Düwal [Berlin, Germany]
2013-10-05 12:57:04
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2013-09-18 16:17:41
(Castellamare di) Stabia, 1680-1709. 192 Bll. ( 140 nummerierte und 52 unnummerierte Bll.) Umfangreiches handschriftliches Steuerdokument aus Stabia, heute Castellamare die Stabiea am Golf von Neapel. Von verschiedenen Händen fast vollständig beschrieben, ca. 10 kleine beschriebene Blätter zusätzlich aufgenäht, einige kleine papiergedeckte Siegel. Fortlaufend werden die Steiereinnahmen aus den Jahren 1680 bis 1709 registriert. Die Steuerpflichtigen dokumentieren jeweils ihre Steuerschuld und bestätigen ihre Zahlung mit Datum und Unterschrift. Der Pergament und ungewöhnlicher Bindetechnik, in Kopert-Heftung, gebunden - mit Verstärkung durch die drei aufgenähten Lederbändchen am Rücken am Rücken und auf den Deckeln. Einband etwas wellig, Bindeband fehlt. Etwas gebräunt und fleckig, einige Wurmspuren. Insgesamt von ordentlichem Erhalt. Sprache: Italienisch Gewicht in Gramm: 1200 Folio (34 x 22 cm) Flexibler Pertgamentband der Zeit mit umschliessender vorderer Klappe in Kopert Heftung. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Michael Solder [Münster, NRW, Germany]
2013-09-13 07:42:47
Frederick de Wit
ca 1680 - Grenzkolorierter Kupferstich, Darstellung: 55,5 x 47,5 cm Karte zeigt die Arabische Halbinsel, die Türkei, Israel, Syrien, Persien etc. Mit schönem Altkolorit.Etwas gebräunt und stockfleckig, kleine Risse im Rand. - Tibbets 121 mit Abb. S. 88 (dat. 1666); Al Ankary S. 221. Map of the Arabian Peninsula, Turkey, Persia, Syria, Israel etc. With original coloring in outline. Age toned with foxing, small tears in margins, otherwise in a good condition. - Tibbets 121 mit Abb. S. 88 (dat. 1666); Al Ankary S. 221.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dasa Pahor
2013-09-08 14:52:55
Isaac Barrow
Miles Flescher , Brabazon Aylmer, 1680. First edition. Full Leather. Fine. Isaac Barrow - Love of God - 1680& & Of the Love of God & Our Neighbour in Several Sermons& & Printed for Miles Flescher , Brabazon Aylmer ,At the Three Pigeons against the Royal Exchange in Cornhill.& & First Edition& & Newly Rebound& & Contemporary binding in authentic antique (50 years + ) brown leather with its own aged markings/look.& & Pagination& Title page / Dedication / Contents / 1-316 / 1 ad page& & Text Block& Pages exceptionaly clean , with slight browning to text block edge.& Slight loss to the corners of the 1 page advert to the rear , not effecting text.& Old (very) worm hole , pin head shape/size effecting page 25-99 then cigar shape 101-139 then back to pin head shape/size 141-317 - see pictures.& Front hinge slight crack.& & & Author& & Isaac Barrow (1630-1677) was the first Lucasian Professor of Mathematics at Cambridge and resigned his chair in favor of Newton to become royal chaplain in London& & As a mathematician, he was ranked by his contemporaries as second only to Isaac Newton.& & Dr. Barrow was the friend and tutor of Sir Isaac Newton, and first Lucasian professor of mathematics at Cambridge. It is impossible to estimate the loss the world has sustained by his early death (in his 49th. year), but it is certain that Newton alone equalled him in genius.
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2013-09-06 10:40:01
Frederick de Wit
1680. This beautifully engraved chart shows the main Danish islands plus the eastern coastline of Denmark and a little of Sweden. The map is filled with minute detail of fortresses, cities, towns and tiny villages. The superb cartouche features the royal coat of arms and a scene of merfolk frolicking in the sea.
Bookseller: Art Source International Inc. [Boulder, CO, U.S.A.]
2013-08-13 07:54:25
Abraham Wolfgangk
Amsterdam-La Haye, 1680. Book. Signed by Author(s). A rare collection of 17th century diplomatic texts, treatise, negotiation and correspondence. This work provides important original sources and contemporary accounts of the Treaties of Peace of Nijmegen (Ngotiations de Nimegue or Ngotiations de la Paix de Nimgue; Friede von Nimwegen). Theseseries of treaties, signed in the Dutch city of Nijmegen between August 1678 and December 1679, ended various interconnected wars among France, the Dutch Republic, Spain, Brandenburg, Sweden, Denmark, the Prince-Bishopric of Mnster, and the Holy Roman Empire. Text in French. Second edition. Scarce. Condition: In a full vellum binding with title inked on the spine. Externally, sound with marks to boards. Internally, firmly bound. pages are remarkably bright and clean for their age withthe few handling marks or small spots confined to the endpapers. Front pastedown has a faded and partially removed ink inscription. Overall: VERY GOOD. Very Good. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Rooke Books PBFA [Bath, United Kingdom]
2013-08-11 09:27:38
Stockholm, Niclas Wankijff, 1680. 4:o. (8) s. Liten fläck på titelbladet. Tagen ur band. Ur Ericsbergs bibliotek. Klemming, Sveriges förhållanden, s. 269f. Varianten med "af" istället för "aff" på titelsidan. Efter att fred äntligen slutits 1679 arbetade Karl XI:s närmaste man, Johan Gyllenstierna (1635-80) för en allians mellan Sverige och Danmark. Han ledde själv den viktiga ambassad som 1680 sändes till Köpenhamn och lånade personligen, med pantförskrivningar och egna skuldförbindelser, upp betydnade summor för att ge sin ambassad en pampig inramning, pengar som Karl XI efter Gyllenstiernas död i juni samma år vägrade betala tillbaka till släktingarna. Med sig hem från Köpenhamn tog Gyllenstierna även något kuppartat prinsessan Ulrika Eleonora och forcerade därmed fram giftermålet mellan henne och Karl XI.
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [SE]
2013-08-08 13:14:22
R. H.
London-John Norris, 1680 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. A handsome and rather scarce First Editionaccount of Thomas Blood's exploits. Bound in quarter leather with a spine labeland gilt lettering, and marbled paper-covered boards. With numerous blank pages bound in. Anonymously published; author information from Copac. 'R. H. ', possibly Richard Halliwell, [was] Blood's accomplice in 1671-ODNB. Colonel Thomas Blood (1617/181680) was an Irish-borncolonelbest known for attempting to steal the Crown Jewels of England from the Tower of London in 1671. He was also implicated in one attempted kidnapping and one attempted murder of the Duke of Ormonde, and switched allegiances from Royalistto Roundheadduring the Wars of the Three Kingdoms, but later found favour at the court of King Charles II. Condition: The binding is tight and firm. There is only some slight wear to the extremities, with just some slight bumping and lifting to the spine label. Internally the pages have light scattered spotting and mild browning. With ink notes to the title page and the margin of page two. There are several repairs to small closed tears and chipping to the corners. The edges of the first couple of pages have been professionally repaired, which is only detrimental to the top of the title. The interior has a distinctive odour. Overall the condition is near fine with a very good interior. Very Good. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Rooke Books PBFA [Bath, United Kingdom]
2013-08-08 06:21:54
DE WIT, Frederick
Amsterdam,: c., 1680.. Engraved map, 460 x 560 mm., superb handcolouring; in fine condition, framed. Fine early map of the East Indies showing the discoveries of Tasman by Frederick de Wit, at a time when he was one of the foremost map-makers in Holland. His firm's 'maps were distinguished by their excellent craftsmanship, exactness and beauty...' (Schilder).This map stretches from Persia in the west to China and Taiwan in the east, and shows northern "Hollandia Nova", bearing three significant place names: "Van Diemens Landt"; "Baya van Diemen" and "Vuyle hoeck" (the last a disparaging term meaning something like "rotten corner" and evidently relating to the inhospitable coastline). All of these relate to Abel Tasman's second voyage of 1644.'Frederick de Wit, an apprentice of William Blaeu... became one of the most prominent and successful map engravers and publishers in Amsterdam following the decline of the Blaeu and Jansson establishments. His work, notable for the beauty of the engraving and colouring, was very popular and editions were issued many years after his death...' (Parry, The Cartography of the East Indian Oceans, p. 118).The map is handcoloured in outline and decorated by a beautiful cartouche showing four dramatically-posed costumed figures of the East.Not in Tooley; Parry, The Cartography of the East Indian Islands, plate 4.29.
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2013-08-07 10:02:31
PLAN D'ORLEANS). [attribué à Frederik de WITT].
ca 1680. Gravure sur cuivre de 51 x 39,5 cm à la cuvette, dimensions de la feuille 56 x 44 cm. Trace de pliure au centre, mais un bel exemplaire. Beau plan légendé avec indication de près de cent-trente rues, places remarquables, et paroisses de la ville.
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE DES CARRÉS [Gennes-Val-de-Loire, France]
2013-08-07 08:14:38
Cornelius Danckerts
1680. Quite a rare map by Dankerts of Brittany from Noirmoutier-en-L'lle on the South to Normandy on the North. We were not able to find any recent sales of this map.
Bookseller: Art Source International Inc. [Boulder, CO, U.S.A.]
2013-07-31 14:00:35
Peter Heylyn
London - Basset. 1680. Hardcover. Book, Very scarce not listed on ESTC. A detailed and illustrated catalogue of British history and geneaology from Peter Heylyn in a vellum binding. Bound in half vellum with gilt lettering and decoration. Containing the Catalogue of Kings, Catalogue of Bishops, and Catalogue of Dukes, Marquesses, and Earls. With numerous heraldric woodcuts. Originally published under the name Robert Hall, this work is identified as that of Peter Heylyn. Condition: The binding is tight and firm. The joints are starting. There is rubbing with edge wear and loss to the paper boards. Internally the pages have slight browning with marks and the occasional spot. There are tidemarks to the first few pages, and tidemarks to the lower margin throughout the book that does not affect the text. There are fore-edge margin tidemarks from page 507 to the rear, becoming prominent to the last fifteen leaves. Overall the condition is good. Very Good.
Bookseller: Rooke Books PBFA [Bath, United Kingdom]
2013-07-28 14:16:42
Catullus, Gaius Valerius; Tibullus; & Propertius
Trajecti ad Rhenum [Utrecht]: Rudolphi a Zyll, G.F., 1680. Thick 8vo (19.6 cm, 7.75"). 2 pts. in 1. [12] ff., 638, [2] pp.; 662 pp. (i.e., 672), [32] ff. The works of Catullus, Tibullus, and Propertius were first published together in 1472. The first part here contains a section for each of these Roman poets, each with copious notes by Joseph Justus Scaliger (1540–1609); the second part is divided into => 14 chapters of commentary by Muretus, Statius, and others as per the title-page. The volume's text is in Latin with some Greek, printed in roman, italic, and capital letters, with the main text single-column above Scaliger's notes, printed smaller and in double columns; the separate commentaries, paginated continuously but quite erratically, are also in double-column. Dotted throughout are attractive woodcut initials of floral, historiated, and factotum designs; ornaments and head- and tailpieces; a small woodcut diagram; and a few inscriptions printed in capitals, including one set lengthwise on a full page. The title-page features the printer's large device and is preceded by an => added engraved title-page. Binding: Contemporary vellum => prize binding paneled in gilt on each cover with fleurons at corners, this surrounding the => coat of arms of Rotterdam, i.e., two gilt lions supporting a shield of four lions passant above a pale charge, crowned by a ducal coronet with a fleur-de-lis at the helm. Spine blind-ruled with a single floral ornament blind-stamped in each compartment, title written in early ink (now faded). Provenance: Two different bookplat … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-07-28 14:16:42
Catullus; Tibullus, Propertius; Scaliger, Joseph (ed.) et al.
Utrecht: Rudolph Zyll, 1680. Hardcover (Vellum). Near Fine Condition. Full contemporary vellum, slight soiling, old label at base of spine, an attractive binding. Loss to the first few page edges, scattered foxing, otherwise fine internally. A nice copy of this collection of Latin poetry with Scaliger's commentary. Extra engraved title, (xxii), 638 (2), 662, (40). Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Poetry; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 043246.
Bookseller: Pazzo Books (ABAA-ILAB) [Boston, MA, U.S.A.]
2013-07-28 11:23:28
Becher, Johann Joachim:
Frankfurt, Weidmann 1680.. Mit 1 gest. Kupfertafel. 136 S., 20 Bl.; 4 Bl. "Index librorum". Prgt. d. Zt. mit 2 Schließen. Ferchl 31; Rosenthal 134 (ohne das Bücherverzeichnis). - Erste Ausgabe, erschien auch als drittes Supplement zur "Physica subterranea". - Vorgebunden: Experimentum chymicum novum... Supplementi in Physicam suam subterraneam. Supplementum I & II. S. (559)-810, 5 Bl. "Index rerum". - Zusammen formt dieser Sammelband die kompletten Supplemente zu Bechers Hauptwerk. - Einband fleckig und berieben, Rückenbezug größtenteils abgelöst. Durchgehend gebräunt und fleckig, beide Titel alt gestempelt.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
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2013-07-26 21:48:02
Sthlm, H. Keyser, 1680. 8:o. (16),346,(22) s. Bra samtida pergamentbd med en mindre brun fläck på främre pärm. Blåstänkta snitt. Inre falsar och insidan av bakre pärm med svaga sprickor. Enstaka svaga fuktränder i marginalerna, t.ex. i översta marginalen på sista bladet, några råkanter och vikta hörn. I samband med tryckningen har s. 218-19 och 222-23 blivit lätt solkiga. Med en oläslig gammal signatur och Sune Lindqvists namnteckning daterad den 26 oktober 1959. Fint ex. Collijn Sveriges bibliografi 1600-talet 830. Almquist Sveriges bibliografiska litteratur 19. Med en tryckt dedikation till Magnus Gabriel De la Gardie från Schefferus änka och ättlingar. Sveriges äldsta egentliga bibliografi. Den är uppställd kronologiskt och förteckningen börjar med de medeltida landskapslagarna. På s. 273-315 förtecknas i Sverige verksamma utlänningars svenska verk, bl.a. författarens egna, och på s. 316-24 finländares tryckta skrifter från Michael Agricola till Johannes Paulinus. Vad gäller personhistoriska tryck och akademiska avhandlingar försvarade utanför Sverige och Finland är bibliografin fortfarande aktuell.
Bookseller: Mats Rehnström [SE]
2013-07-26 14:39:35
Kupferstich von Johannes (Jan) de Visscher nach Philips Wouwerman bei Justus Danckerts um 1680. 33.5x39 cm. - Hollstein, Dutch 27III. - Nagler, Lex. XXIII, 28.1 - Thieme / Becker XXXIV, 416 - Darstellung aus der bekannten Folge der Marketenderzelte nach Wouwerman. Mit umlaufenden Rändchen um die Plattenkante. 2 kleine Löchlein nach vorn unauffällig restauriert.Der Kupferstecher, Maler und Zeichner Johannes (Jan) de Visscher "stach Bildnisse (meist nach eig. Vorlage), Landschaften u. Genrestücke (nach C. u. N. Berchem (ca. 80 Bl.), A. Brouwer, A. v. Ostade u. Ph. Wouwerman" (Thieme/Becker).
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2013-07-26 12:27:52
BERRY, William (fl. 1669-1708)
London: "Sold by William Berry at ye Sign of the Globe between Charing Cross and Whitehall", 1680. Engraved double-hemispheric world map, period hand-colouring in outline. (Expertly repaired tears at sheet edges). 23 1/4 x 35 1/8 inches. Scarce separately issued seventeenth century English world map. "William Berry, a minor map-seller who sometimes worked in conjunction with Robert Morden, has here adapted the Sanson world map as published by Hubert Jaillot in 1674. Berry has patriotically marked the islands discovered by Drake just off Tierra del Fuego and has added New Albion in the northern part of California, shown as an island. Decoration is minimal except for a cartouche carrying a dedication to Charles II and his coat-of-arms" (Shirley). Other differences from the Sanson map include additional toponyms in North America, reflecting English settlements, including Carolina. The map was offered for sale as a separate sheet and within a composite world atlas offered for sale by Berry. Of the latter, Phillips writes: "This collection of English maps by William Berry is sometimes known as the English Sanson atlas. The maps were published separately at various dates and the atlas was issued without a title page. There are only two other copies of this atlas known, one in the King's collection in the British Museum, where it is regarded as one of the rarest of English atlases." Shirley, Mapping the World 501; Wagner, Cartography of the Northwest Coast 417; cf. Phillips, Atlases 3442.
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2013-07-24 17:43:35
Cornelius Danckerts
1680. Map of southern Italy, the Kingdom of Naples, with inset map of Sicily by Danckerts. Exceptional engraving and original hand color.
Bookseller: Art Source International Inc. [Boulder, CO, U.S.A.]
2013-07-22 19:08:54
Cubero, Sebastian Pedro
1680 - First edition of Cubero’s circumnavigation and peregrination to Asia and America. 1680. Madrid. Juan Garcia Infaçon. In 4to (195 mm x 128 mm). 10 ff. + 360. Fine blue morocco by Brugalla, supralibros to boards in blind, spine lettered in gilt, edges and turn-ins gilt. Mainly marginal restoration to title page, with a small portion restored in facsimile, some headlines shaved, light foxing towards the end, else a very good copy; manuscript note on title page. First edition. Cubero’s was the first circumnavigation performed eastwards, that is, first making his way from Europe to Asia, then America –through Mexico and Cuba- and finally back to Europe instead of the other way around. Cubero (c. 1645 - c. 1697) was a Spanish Priest and missionary, he studied humanities, philosophy and theology; in 1671 the Congregation of Propagande Fide sent him as an Apostolic Preacher to Asia and the East Indies, mission during which he would travel largely across Russia (Moscow), Turkey (Istanbul), Armenia, Persia, etc., making his way to Goa and Madras. In Malacca he will be detained by the Dutch for a short period of time, after which he journeyed once more, this time towards the Philippines, then making the famous route between Manila and Mexico. He set sail across the Caribbean –visiting Cuba- and reached Spain in 1680. “Towards the end of the volume, Cubero describes his experiences of the New World” (Sabin). An interesting fact is that Cubero made most of his route by land –as will later Careri-, thus being constantly in touch with the costumes … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: HS Rare Books
2013-07-21 17:49:26
De Beatiano, Giulio Cesare
Venetia: Apresso Nicolo Pezzana, 1680. (12) + 345 + (15) pages; title page engraving with the ceremonial Venetian Doge's crown "corno ducale" and 3 plates in the text, illustrating heraldic shields and arms, the last plate specifically a large representation of the arms of Venice, by Domenico Rossetti; these accompanied by explanatory text; woodcut initial and tailpiece; diagrams of genealogy, heraldry; Italian text concerning the Venetian Republic and its heraldic heritage; small ex libris ticket of Leonis S. Olschki Bibliopolae Veneti on front endpaper; binding approx. 6" x 8 5/8"" size (16 cm x 22 cm approx.); in full vellum, handwritten spine title and author name, date; cover with arms hand-drawn in black ink, with motto "Honoris Tantum"; edges of block lightly red-sprinkled; binding with some soiling and wear, still very well-bound and strong; lacks free endpapers at front and back; half-title present; some inner margin worming, no loss to text; occasional spot or stain; generally very clean and the leaves fairly fresh, in very good condition.. First Edition. Vellum. Very Good.
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2013-07-21 12:08:54
Virgil (P. Virgilii Maronis); Emmenessii, Jacobi (Ed)
Lugduni Batavorum (Leiden): Jacobum Hackium, 1680. Three volumes in six - Volume One - [384], 178pp; Volume Two - 179-704pp; Volume Three - 640pp; Volume Four - 641-1124; Volume Five - 498pp and Volume Six - 499-982pp. Later (late-18thC) full-calf, uniformly bound, raised bands, double contrasting title / volume labels to spines, gilt to compartments and bands, gilt border to covers, all edges marbled with blue paste endpapers. Slightly rubbed to extremities, labels a little rubbed, volume labels to volumes three and particularly volume four chipped with some loss. One or two marks and scrapes to covers, front outer joint of volume four split at head, but holding well. Internally some very minor browning, but generally quite bright and clean, bottom corner of H missing in volume one (not affecting text). Additional engraved title and thirteen other full-page engravings by G. Appelmans. Previous owners name to title or first page of text to each volume. Dibdin notes that "this is called the best Variorum edition ... Emmenessius began the compilation of it, but Mascivius completed it. The text is taken from the best Elzevir edition of 1676; the Erythraean Index, from the Venetian edition of 1566. The typography, which is extremely beatiful, and not inferior to the best Elzevir editions in octavo, is accompanied with elegant vignettes; and this edition may be considered as a very valuable and commodious one" (Dibdin 4th ed, Volume 2, Pages 549-550). Brunet V:1290, "bonne edition pour l'ancienne collection Variorum". An attractive set of this important edition of Virgil. Te … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-07-20 06:52:50
NICCOLO MACHIAVELLI. ( Nicholas Machiavel, Machiavelli ). Translated by Henry Neville.:
London, printed for John Starkey, Charles Harper, and John Amery, 1680.. SECOND EDITION 1680, (first published in English in 1675), folio, approximately 320 x 190 mm, 13 x 7½ inches, pages: (24), 1-528, (16), several mispaginations but complete with all signatures and all catch words following on, The History of Florence, The Prince, The Discourses of Nicholas Machiavel, upon the first decade of Titus Livius, and The Art of War each have separate dated title page, pagination and signatures are continuous, small printer's ornament on title pages, decorative headpieces and initial letters. Bound in modern mottled panelled calf, raised bands, gilt rules and recent gilt lettered red morocco label, new appropriate endpapers. Title page has a couple of small light creases and is very slightly darkened at edges, tiny rust hole on Aa2, no loss of legibility, neat early name in top margin of page 1, brief neat ink marginal notes to 23 pages, a couple of pointing hands, small blank piece torn off 2 top corners, a little pale splashing to page 354, no loss of legibility. A very good clean tight copy. Contents: The History of Florence, The Prince, The Original of the Guelf and Ghibilin Factions, The Life of Castruccio Castracani, The Murther of Vitelli &c. by Duke Valentino, The State of France, the State of Germany, The Discourses on Titus Livius, The Art of War, The Marriage of Belphegor, a Novel, and Nicholas Machiavel's Letter in Vindication of Himself and his Writings. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING. POSTAGE AT COST.
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2013-07-19 15:23:18
Martialis, M. Valerii (Martial, Marcus Valerius); Collesso, Vincentius (Ed)
Antonium Cellier, Parisiis (Paris), 1680. [28], 793, [3], 59, [1], 168pp. Full vellum, raised bands, spine in seven panels, title in ink to second panel, covers with central arabesque inside a two line panel with fleuron corner pieces inside a double fillet border. Small amount of loss to first panel, some creasing and browning to spine, covers slightly splayed. Internally slightly browned and very lightly dust-stained to edges. Previous owners bookplate to front pastedown and another name to title page. Additional engraved title. Usual attractive Delphin edition. Brunet III:1492, Schweiger 599 Size: 4to [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Temple Rare Books [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2013-07-18 20:54:24
Cubero, Sebastian Pedro
First edition of Cubero?s circumnavigation and peregrination to Asia and America. 1680. Madrid. Juan Garcia Infaçon. In 4to (195 mm x 128 mm). 10 ff. + 360. Fine blue morocco by Brugalla, supralibros to boards in blind, spine lettered in gilt, edges and turn-ins gilt. Mainly marginal restoration to title page, with a small portion restored in facsimile, some headlines shaved, light foxing towards the end, else a very good copy; manuscript note on title page. First edition. Cubero?s was the first circumnavigation performed eastwards, that is, first making his way from Europe to Asia, then America ?through Mexico and Cuba- and finally back to Europe instead of the other way around. Cubero (c. 1645 - c. 1697) was a Spanish Priest and missionary, he studied humanities, philosophy and theology; in 1671 the Congregation of Propagande Fide sent him as an Apostolic Preacher to Asia and the East Indies, mission during which he would travel largely across Russia (Moscow), Turkey (Istanbul), Armenia, Persia, etc., making his way to Goa and Madras. In Malacca he will be detained by the Dutch for a short period of time, after which he journeyed once more, this time towards the Philippines, then making the famous route between Manila and Mexico. He set sail across the Caribbean ?visiting Cuba- and reached Spain in 1680. ?Towards the end of the volume, Cubero describes his experiences of the New World? (Sabin). An interesting fact is that Cubero made most of his route by land ?as will later Careri-, thus being constantly in touch with the costumes, religions, ceremonies and such of the pe … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-07-18 13:03:46
Lübeck, Volck 1680. 21 cm. 2 Teile in 1 Band. (8 Blatt = Kupfertitel und 7 nicht numeriert Blatt), 103, (2) Blatt; (2), 46, (16, letzte 2 weiß) Seiten mit Kupfertitel von Wolfgang Hardtmann (Hartmann), 2 Titelvignetten und 1 Blatt Zwischentitel (zwischen Blatt 84 und Blatt 85), Pergamentband der Zeit - VD17 23:240138L - Schleswig-H. LB 834 (vgl.) - Sahlmann 3.27 - Kaspers 64 (vgl.) - Gedruckt bei Schmalhertz. Das Stadtrecht Lübecks, das sogenannte "Lübische Recht" breitete sich im 13. Jahrhundert aus und entwickelte sich so zum gemeinsamen Recht der Seehandelsstädte der Ostseeküste (Kapsers). Die Schiffsordnung und das Seerecht der Hansestädte liegen hier in der revidierten Fassung vom 16. Mai 1614 vor. Der Kupfertitel enthält in der Bordüre oben den Reichsadler und Allegorie der "Religio" und "Justitia"; seitlich die Kaiser Friedrich I. und Ferdinand III.; darunter eine Ansicht der Stadt Lübeck (5 x 13,5 cm). Die Stadtansicht entstand kurz vor dem Tod Kaiser Ferdinand III., der ebenfalls auf dem Titel abgebildet ist. Sie zeigt unter anderem die Befestigungen der Stadt und den von Hardtmann nach dem Vorbild von St. Petri ergänzten Turm der 1628 abgebrannten Jakobikirche (Sahlmann). Einband etwas fleckig, innen stellenweise leicht gebräunt -
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2013-07-17 19:56:23
Dacnkert, Justus:
Justus Danckert., Amsterdam, 1680 - Amsterdam, Justus Danckert. (Um 1680). Blattgrösse: 53x61,5 cm. Gestochene grenzkolorierte Karte (48,5x57 cm) Blumer 124. - Nicht bei Ryhiner. - Kartusche mit Engeln oben links. - Linker Rand ausserhalb der Platte fachgerecht restauriert. Sprache: N
Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein
2013-07-17 16:55:45
Venator, Johann Caspar:
Nürnberg, Knorz für Scheurer 1680.. Mit gest. Titel und 27 Kupfertafeln. 7 Bll., 15 S., 508 (recte 498) S., 21 Bll. Blindgepr. Schweinsleder d. Zt. auf Holzdecken. 20 x 16,5 cm. VD17 3:303669S; Wermke 1805; Winkelmann, Bibl. Liv. 4944. - Erste Ausgabe der Geschichte des Deutschen Ritterordens, vornehmlich auf Ostpreußen und Livland bezogen. Vier Tafeln zeigen Szenen aus dem Ritterleben, die übrigen 23 mit insgesamt 45 Wappen. - Schönes Exemplar!
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2013-07-16 09:25:14
CRUZ, Francisco de la (1585-1647)
Impresso en Napoles, por Marco Antonio Ferro, año 1680. Y reimpresso en Valencia por Antonio Balle, año 1724. 4to.; frontispicio, 10 hs., 304 pp., más 24 interesantísimas láminas grabadas en cobre por Quart. Encuadernación de la época en pergamino. Contiene un gran número de apuntes biográficos de frailes y monjas carmelitas, en su mayor parte españoles e italianos y lleva un prólogo escrito por Fray Pedro de la Trinidad en el mismo año de la edición, 1724, en Zaragoza, en el Convento de Carmelitas Descalzos. Su autor, el hoy Venerable Fray Francisco de la Cruz, nació en Mora, Toledo, como hijo legítimo de Bartolomé Sánchez, portugués, y de María Hernández, de Alcobendas. Su figura, aparte de sus escritos, es la del peregrino por excelencia, ya que a lo largo de su vida peregrinó a Roma, Tierra Santa y Santiago de Compostela, con la cruz a cuestas.
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2013-07-16 07:29:38
KEULEN, Johannes van (1678-1727)
Amsterdam: [1680]. Copper-engraved map, period hand-colouring in outline and with the cartouche fully coloured (expert restoration at sheet edges). 21 x 24 1/4 inches. First state of Van Keulen's dramatic chart of the Pacific, here with beautiful period hand-colouring. "This sea chart typifies the Dutch published image of the Pacific during this era. The southern Pacific contains the usual two islands of Magellan, along with the various landfalls of Le Maire and Tasman" (Suarez). Although centered on the Pacific, the map also encompasses all of North America, including a large depiction of California as an island, and most of South America. The present example is Burden's first state, issued in Van Keulen's 1680 Zee-Atlas and 1683 Zee-Fakkel. The Van Keulen family were chart and instrument makers, and publishers of nautical textbooks, books on sea law, shipbuilding, almanacs and more. Founded by Joannes van Keulen (c.1654- 1715), the firm remained in business for over 200 years. Burden, The Mapping of North America II: 518; Clancy, The Mapping of Terra Australis 7.4; McLaughlin, The Mapping of California as an Island 76; Suarez, Early Mapping of the Pacific, pp. 94-95; Tooley, Australia 795; Wagner, Cartography of the Northwest Coast 443.
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2013-07-15 12:00:17
Rushworth, John [1612? - 1690]
London:: Printed fro John Wright and Richard Chiswell,. 1680.. Folio: A2 ¹B - C2 B - K4 L2 2A - 2T4 3A - 5B4 5C2. 12-1/2" x 7-7/8". 1st edition (Wing R-2333). [1]], 1 - 76, 101 - 252, 401 - 786 pp. Text continuous despite pagination gaps.. Early full brown calf binding.. Some binding wear, with joints starting @ the ends & board showing @. tips. Evidence of previous spine label. Engraved bookplate of. Thomas Seabright, Bart. A VG copy.. Frontis of Strafford. Elaborate decorative initial capital letters.
Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA
2013-07-14 05:26:58
Brusoni Girolamo
Bartolomeo Zappata,, Torino, 1680 - Volume in folio antico (30x21 cm), legatura coeva in piena pergamena (minime mancanze agli angoli esterni), titolo manoscritto ab antiquo al dorso, bianca, frontespizio con impresa tipografica in silografia, prefazione, sommario degli argomenti di ciascun libro, 8 cc., 1082 pp. Testatine, iniziali e cul-de-lampe ornati. Settima edizione (la prima è del 1656 di Venezia, col titolo "Storia delle guerre d'Italia dal 1635 al 1655"), notevolmente ampliata, di questa pregiata opera storiografica, strutturata annalisticamente ed in parte fondata sull'esperienza diretta, che procurò all'autore l'invito a recarsi a Torino come storiografo e consigliere di corte nel 1676. I libri VII-XIII trattano delle guerre civili in Piemonte e contengono animate descrizioni degli assedi di Ivrea e Torino. Lo scrupoloso lavoro di ricerca e rigoroso vaglio delle fonti, rende quest'opera una fra le più apprezzate ed accurate descrizioni della storia d'Italia, a cui attingerà ancora, nel secolo XIX, Carlo Botta. Sostanzioso trattato, esteso e prezioso di notizie e conoscenze, assolutamente degno d'attenzione. Il volume presentato è in più che buono stato, malgrado la carta "povera" secentesca, è del tutto esente da bruniture, rarissime le mende, solo una lieve gora al margine bianco, esterno, inferiore, alle prime carte. D'altissimo valore e di buona rarità.
Bookseller: Accademia degli Erranti
2013-06-24 07:46:10
LOMEIER, Johannes.
Utrecht, Johannes Ribb, 1680.. 8vo, pp. [xvi] including engraved title (specially engraved for this edition), printed title with printer's mark, 414; [20] index, [1] errata, [1] blank; contemporary full calf, spine in compartments, gilt lettered spine label; from the Macclesfield library with North Library book plate to front pastedown and blindstamp to title; a fine copy. Second much enlarged edition of this comprehensive survey and history of libraries (first edition 1669). Lomeier (1636-1699), professor of belles-lettres at the academy at Zutphen, studies the origin of libraries, conservation of records in Biblical times, the most celebrated collections of Europe, with especially detailed information on the great libraries of the seventeenth century. Lomeier is also of great interest for information on the responsibilities of librarians, library locations and buildings, and library fittings. His work proved a great sourcebook for Le Gallois Traité des plus belles bibliothèques de l'Europe. The fine engraved title was specially engraved for this second edition. Petzholdt p. 26 (with a discussion on the order of books in libraries).
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