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2012-01-07 14:51:45
F. de Wit
Amsterdam, 1680. Size : 485x585 (mm), 19.125x23 (Inches), Original Hand Coloring Very Good, some browning due to the colour transfer of the image on the opposite page while in atlas.
Bookseller: Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2011-12-26 23:23:38
Littleton, Adam (1627-1694)
London: S. Roycroft for Richard Marriott, 1680. Hardcover. Good. Folio contemporary calf with newer label (spine repaired with old spine relaid/recornered but some surface pitting).TP +(14p=Preface & table of texts) +352pp TP +328pp TP +102pp (!0p= Scripture texts) +(52p=Index +(1p=errata verso blank) First titlepage in red and black + 4 further titlepages dated 1679 one of which is within thru pagination) Free endpapers with fine calligraphic ownership dated 1770 surrounded by Biblical inscriptions but endpaper restored to all margins and hinge. Both front and back pastedowns marked, lacks rear free endpaper but final leaf of text (errata) is blank on rear except for ownerships which have ink show-through to the errata on the recto of **Mmm(4). Book block with some marginal browning and a few marks but wide margins, and tightly bound sound condition.
Bookseller: Abbey Antiquarian Books [United Kingdom]
2011-12-21 01:01:51
L'Estrange, Ro[ger] (Trans )
London: Printed By Tho. Newcombe for Henry Brome.... 1680. First Edition. Hardcover. Contemporary black morocco with five raised bands and elaborate gilt decoration on spine now a little faded, boards with gilt ruled border and panel with gilt decoration, corners lightly bumped/rubbed and some chipping to joints, aeg, marbled endpapers, engraved port. frontis with ink inscription of Agnes Yonge, 1717 to verso else internally clean and bright. Collation *4 B-S6. Wing E3210. L'Estrange's translation of Eramus' colloquies are a classic that continued to be reprinted into the 20th century. The dialogues are Erasmus' critique of corruption in the Catholic church, a subject that no doubt appealed to L'Estrange, an ardent Royalist and Anglican. , 8vo 8" - 9" tall, [8] 264 [4] pp .
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2011-12-03 09:49:33
WIT, Frederick de
Amsterdam., c.1680. Copper engraving. Original colour. Two small wormholes. Unobtrusive blind stamp. In very good condition with generous margins Size: 58 x 49 cm. An extremely precise and detailed map of Germany including the low countries, Switzerland, and parts of France, Austria, Bohemia and Poland. Cartouche at top left, with king, cherub and eagle.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2011-11-28 13:31:28
de Wit, Frederik
Amsterdam, de Wit, Frederik, 1680. "Accuratissima totius Asiae Tabula". Copper-engraving. Published by F. de Wit in Amsterdam, ca. 1680. Original old colouring. With great figure title-cartouche and several ships. 47,5:58 cm.. Beautiful old coloured map of Asia with East Indies, Japan and northern part of Australia ("Hollandia Nova").
Bookseller: Antikvariat Karel Krenek
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2011-11-23 18:44:32
Matthaus Merian
Mathias Merian the Elder (1593-1650) was one of the most prominent members of the leading print publishing family of 17th-century Germany, known throughout Europe for his engravings of cityscapes and landscapes, his scientific books, and his editions of the noted series of travel books, the “Great Voyages”. Born and trained in Basel, Switzerland in the early 1600’s he began studying drawing, engraving and etching in Zurich with engraver Friedrich Meyer. Merian joined the Frankfurt publishing house of Johann Theodor de Bry in 1616 and, the following year, he married de Bry’s daughter Maria Magdalena. Merian gained his greatest acclaim as head of the family publishing house following the death of his father-in-law in 1623. He rapidly and almost single-handedly built up the house to become one of the most important in Europe, etching most of the plates himself until about 1645, when he increasingly relied upon the help of a growing staff of assistants and pupils, among them Wenceslaus Hollar, Rudolf and Conrad Meyer of Zurich, and his sons Matthaus and Casper. “Topographia Germaniae” was published around 1680 in partnership with Zeiller Martin who wrote the text. “Topographia Germaniae” was one of the larges and most comprehensive publishing’s of its time with engravings of major European cities and historically important locations, each expertly engraved by Merian and his sons. In total, Topographia Germaniae is comprised of 30 volumes with more than 2,000 individually detailed engravings with maps and views of cities, towns, castles, fortresses and monasteries. This engravin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2011-11-15 16:34:02
FERRER DE VALDECEBRO (Andrés)
El templo de la fama con instrucciones políticas, y morales. Lo escrivía ... Lo da a la estampa Don Ausias Antonio Ferrer de Valdecebro, Dignidad de la Santa Iglesia de Tarragona. ... .- Madrid, en la Imprenta Imperial, por la Viuda de Ioseph Fernández de Buendía, Año de 1680; en 4º menor holandesa moderna, frontis, 8 h. - 270 pp. - 4 h. Palau nº 90613. Anteportada y frontis facsimilados en papel de época. Portada remarginada y algunos defectos del papel restaurados.
Bookseller: LIBRERIA ANTICUARIA SANZ [MADRID, Spain]
2011-11-13 20:27:00
Kupferstich-Karte um 1680. 40.5x52.2 cm. - Das Tal der Pioverna u.a. mit den Orten Cremeno, Introbio, Taceno und einem Teil des Comer Sees, im Süden begrenzt durch Lecco, im Norden durch das Tal des Varrone. Die Berge und Täler im Profil dargestellt mit geographischen und historischen Anmerkungen im Kartenbild. Detaillierte Karte dieses wenig dargestellten Gebietes mit Wappenkartusche, figürlicher Legende, Meilenzeiger und Windrose. Weisser Papierrand außerhalb der Einfassungslinie neu angesetzt, kurze Einrisse im Kartenbild restauriert, Papierabriss mit Abbildungsverlust von 3 cm der Randleiste oben rechts ergänzt.
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2011-10-26 21:22:32
Flandern -
Kupferstich-Karte von Th. Danckerts, Amsterdam ca. 1680, koloriert. Ca. 50 x 58 cm. Mehrere Einrisse hinterlegt. An allen Seiten bis in die Einfassungslinie angerändert. Zeigt die Grafschaft Flandern zwischen Gravelines, Antwerpen, Mons und Douai. Links unten prächtige kolorierte figürliche Titelkartusche. Hervorragend restauriertes Blatt in prachtvollem Kolorit.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen [Trier, Germany]
2011-10-19 04:11:55
Vauquer, J.
Paris. Poilly.Ohne Jahr (um 1680). Erste Ausgabe. 20,5 x 16,5 cm. Moderner Pappeinband. Gering fleckig. Erste Ausgabe. - Thieme-B. XXXIV, 140. Benezit X, 411. - Vgl. Ornamentstichslg. Berlin 4432. - Bedeutendes, äußerst rares barockes Musterbuch (nicht im KVK), das sehr feine, überaus präzise gestochene florale Ornamente zeigt (Rundbilder, Bordüren, mehrere auf jeder Tafel). - Ein Nachdruck erschien 1888 in der Reihe " Quaritsch`s reprints of rare books " . Dieser reproduziert alle 11 Blätter und den Titel, während Thieme-Becker nur 8 Blätter anführt.; - Leicht gebräunt und fleckig. Sehr selten !. Book of samples of the 17th Century. The books show floral ornaments and others. Extrimly scare - not in any Librarys. ----------- Important, extremely rare Baroque pattern book (not in the KVK), which shows very fine, very precisely engraved floral ornaments (circular pictures, borders, several on each board). - A reprint appeared in 1888 in the series "Quaritsch`s reprints of rare books". This reproduces all 11 leaves and the title, while Thieme-Becker lists only 8 leaves .; - Slightly browned and stained. Very rare. ------ Fragment with engraving. Title and 3 copper plates, laid on backing paper. Versand D: 3,00 EUR 17. Jahrhundert; Book of Samples; Musterband; Pattern Book, Barock
Bookseller: P.u.P. Hassold OHG [Germany]
2011-10-12 17:41:43
F. de Wit
Amsterdam 1680 - This map depicts the northern coast of Germany., Size : 490x565 (mm), 19.25x22.25 (Inches), Original Hand Coloring Very Good, uniform toning of the paper.
Bookseller: Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books
2011-10-11 20:03:08
F. de Wit
Amsterdam, 1680. The map depicts the Bavaria region of Germany, Size : 485x570 (mm), 19.125x22.375 (Inches), Original Hand Coloring Very Good, some browning at the margins.
Bookseller: Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2011-10-11 20:03:08
F. de Wit
Amsterdam, 1680. The map depicts central Germany showing Frankfurt and the surrounding vicinity., Size : 570x500 (mm), 22.375x19.625 (Inches), Original Hand Coloring Very Good, some browning at the margins.
Bookseller: Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2011-10-07 14:24:49
. Altkolorierter Kupferstich b. Frederick de Wit in Amsterdam, um 1680, 44 x 55 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Koeman, Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. III, S. 215 f., Nr. 119. - Zeigt China, Sibirien, die Mongolei u. mit Taiwan (Formosa) sowie Korea und Japan. - Oben rechts Kartusche mit Kartentitel in 5 Zeilen; unten rechts in der Kartenecke Verlegeradresse. - 2. Zustand dieser Sibirienkarte mit verändertem Kartentitel u. getilgter Stechersignatur unten rechts im Kartenrand.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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2011-09-16 12:03:04
Lohner, Tobias, SJ.
Dillingen, Friedrich Severin Grosch für Johann Kaspar Bencard, 1680. (8), 352, (10) SS. (Beigebunden) II: Ders. Instructio practica quarta pastorum continens doctrinas, & industrias ad pastorale munus pie, fructose, ac secure obeundeum pertinentes [...]. Dillingen, Johann Federle für J. K. Bencard, 1687. (16), 282 SS. Pergamentband der Zeit mit hs. Rückentitel. Dreiseitiger Farbschnitt. 8vo. Jeweils dritte Ausgabe des (jeweils in sich abgeschlossenen) dritten und vierten Bands der bei ihrem Abschluß zehnbändigen pastoraltheologischen Reihe, die "von 1670 an einzeln, zum Theil in einer Reihe von Auflagen, dann 1726 und 1739-49 in Gesammtausgaben erschien" (ADB XIX, 130). - Der bayerische Jesuit und Prediger T. Lohner (1619-97) aus Neuötting war zeitweise Kollegiumsrektor in Luzern. Er war bekannt für seine tolerante Haltung gegenüber anderen Religionen; der von der Beicht handelnde fünfte Band seiner "Instructiones practicae" wurde auf den Index gesetzt. - Papierbedingt stellenweise etwas braunfleckig. Zeitgenöss. hs. Besitzvermerk am Titel. Rücken mit Spuren von neuerem Bibliotheksetikett. Selten; diese Ausgaben beide nicht in Wolfenbüttel. - I: VD 17, 1:082722H. De Backer/Sommervogel IV, 1906, 31. - II: De Backer/Sommervogel IV, 1907, 32. Nicht im VD 17.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2011-09-14 08:11:13
F. de Wit
Amsterdam, 1680. Size : 575x485 (mm), 22.625x19.125 (Inches), Original Hand Coloring, 0 Very Good, laid on contemporary thick paper. Some browning due to the colour transfer of the image on the opposite page while in atlas.
Bookseller: Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2011-09-05 16:22:51
IN CHRISTI NOMINE. AMEN
Bononiae, Typis Iosephi Longhi 1680. In 4° cartonato rustico moderno. Pp. 43 (bianca la volta) + 2 n.n. (Errori ritrovati nel collationare il presente instromento con l'originale autentico). La "Magna lite" ebbe inizio nel 1636 e, con alterne vicende giudiziarie, continuò nei tribunali romani e bolognesi fino al 1679, chiudendosi definitivamente nel 1680 con questo "Instromento". Una piccola comunità bolognese, quella di Sant'Agata, si vide minacciata in una delle più antiche istituzioni agrarie, quella della Partecipanza, dai nobili locali, i Conti Caprara che intendevano vendere i loro possedimenti in quelle terre, compreso quelli appartenenti all'antica Partecipanza. La reazione all'ingiustizia subita fu improvvisa, forte e sicuramente inaspettata: per anni i Santagatesi difesero le loro terre e, nel 1675, una commissione di Partecipanti guidati dal sacerdote Don Giuseppe Maria Feliciani si incammina (nel vero senso della parola) verso Roma. Dovettero però passare altri quattro anni prima che il Papa decidesse di mettere fine alla controversia decidendo in favore della piccola comunità: solo nel 1679 si potranno riprendere le normali assegnazioni novennali terriere dei beni comunali. Fascicolo in buono stato di conservazione con capilettera e finalino ornati [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria SEAB srl (socio Alai/Lila) [Bologna BO, BO, Italy]
2011-08-18 22:03:18
Francard, Laurent).
- Paris, N(icolas) Langlois, (no date, ca. 1680). Complete series of nice etched title and 5 plates showing chimney-pieces with scales of measurements in French feet. ca. 27,7 x 16,8 cm on leaves of ca. 29 x 19,8 cm. Sewn (title loose).*Not in Fuhring, Guilmard, or any of the other usual bibliographies. Cf. Kat. Orn. Berlin No. 3786 (later edition published by I. Mariette). Very rare first edition. Complete series of designs for nicely ornamented chimney-pieces, in architectural style, with mirrors. A typical feature of two designs is the cornice of the frieze above the tablet, which is interrupted by a round medallion. The plates are irregularly numbered, as Francard included three (changed) plates from another series (see explanation of Kat. Orn. Berl.) Laurent Francart (flourished in Paris ca. 1681 - 1690), architect, ornament designer and painter, became Royal architect. The ornamentation of the portal of the Parisian Dôme des Invalides was made by him. - Small stain to two plates. The word 'cheminé' is added to 4 plates in contemporary handwriting.[(4462)] [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Ludwig Rosenthal's Antiquariaat
2011-08-16 23:14:45
MARCO DA LISBONA.
Bonis., Napoli, 1680. In 8° , p. perg., cc.nn. 40 + da pag. 513 a pag. 1142, antip. con ricca inc. raffigurante il Santo. Stemma vescovile, finaline e testatine xilografiche. Mende alla cop. Disp. del solo vol. sopra descritto.
Bookseller: Libreria M. T. Cicerone [Roma, RM, Italy]
2011-08-14 17:59:12
WIT, Frederick de.
Amsterdam. c.1680. Copper engraving. Original colour. Size: 56.5 x 45.5 cm. Two wormholes. Some offsetting. Expert repair to lower margin at centrefold. Very good condition. A handsome map of South East Asia, showing the mythical Lake Chiang Mai, the north coast of Australia and the slightly thinned view of India. Title cartouche at top right flanked by four jesting Asian men. De Wit's decorative maps illustrate Dutch cartographic endeavours at their very best.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA/ ILAB. [London, United Kingdom]
2011-07-14 18:13:48
Stryk, Samuel (praes.) / Agricola, Johann Wilhelm (resp.).
1680. 46, (2) SS. Geheftet. 4to. Erste Ausgabe (1698 nachgedruckt). - Frankfurter Dissertation zum Obligationenrecht. Der große Rechtslehrer Samuel Stryk (1640-1710) begann 1665 in Frankfurt/Oder mit seiner Lehrtätigkeit, "stand 1682 an der Spitze der Fakultät und war dreimal Rektor. Nach einem Zwischenspiel in Wittenberg (seit 1690) war Stryk seit 1692 in Halle tätig, wo er mit Seckendorff und Thomasius maßgeblich am Aufbau der neuen Univ. beteiligt war. [...] Stryk ging es vor allem um den gerechten Ausgleich zwischen der römischen Grundlage des Privatrechts und den Regeln des einheimischen Rechts" (DBE). - Papierbedingt etwas gebräunt. VD 17, 12:135429U.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [AT]
2011-07-11 00:00:00
DE WITT, F.
DE WITT, F. Belgium Foederatum emendate auctum et novissime editum. 477 x 560 mm. Original engraving with colour by F De Witt, published in Amsterdam, c.1680.#2061116
Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd. [United Kingdom]
2011-07-03 21:40:26
WIT, Frederick de.
Amsterdam., c1680, Second state.. Map Monde. Copper engraving. Original colour. Size: 56.2 x 48 cm. (22 x 19 inches). Framed size 85 x 77cm Good margins. Centrefold strengthened. Expert repair to worm hole on lower right margin, a little darkened and some spotting mainly on margins, very good condition. A very beautiful and ornate world map. "De Wit's map is one of the most attractive of its time. The brilliant scenes in the corners combine images of the four seasons, the elements, and the signs of the zodiac in a well-balanced and naturalistic way..." Shirley, R.W. The Mapping of the World page 468. This is state two with the cherubs in the cusps. There are two inset hemispherical maps showing polar projections.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington [United Kingdom]
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2011-06-18 10:25:10
Cornelis Danckerts Cum Previlegie
ca 1680. Grenzkolorierter Kupferstich, Platte: 56,5 x 48 cm. Seltene Karte von Cornelis Danckerts (1603-1656) umfasst das Gebiet der Arabischen Halbinsel, Zypern, Türkei, Persien, Armenien etc. Cornelis Danckerts "der Älter" war der Vater von berühmteren Justus und Theodorus Danckerts. Die Karte ist fast identisch zur zeitgenössischen Karte von de Wit, ist aber mit der Unterschrift Danckerts seltener. Mit schönen altkolorierten Kartuschen. Etwas fleckig, Falte gebräunt. Nicht bei Tibetts. Rare map by Cornelis Danckerts (1603-1656) shows the Arabian Peninsula, Persia, Cyprus, Turkey, Armenia etc. C. Danckerts was the father of more known Justus and Theodorus Danckerts. The map is similar to the almost contemporary map with the same title by de Wit, but edition is much more scarce. With beautifully contemporary coloured cartouches. Slightly age-toned and stained, fold age-toned. Not in Tibbets.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dasa Pahor
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2011-06-02 16:48:16
BUXTORF (Johannes)
Emanuel König, Basel, Switzerland, 1680. Title-page in red and black. [16]ff. 779pp. [1 page] [18]ff. Basilea. The important third edition of this important treatise on the Jewish synagogue. Many leaves lightly foxed. Newly bound by a master bookbinder. Lacking frontispiece. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Meir Turner [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2011-04-23 01:09:33
TRUE.)
[London, ], 1680. Folio broadside. Drop-head title. Small section cut from the lower inner margin when once folded into a volume, expertly made good, not affecting the text otherwise a very good copy. Wing T2863. A poem of 11 verses. Part of the hysterical anti-catholicism associated with the Popish plot. The last verse offers the "Paddington Swing" to any traitor seeking to support the Catholic cause. Still present is a Frank Hammond invoice for this poem dated December, 1969 for 16 to the ephemera collector Leslie Shepherd. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: C R Johnson Rare Book Collections (PBFA) [Cheshire, United Kingdom]
2011-04-04 05:49:02
Wit, F. De
- Amsterdam, niet gedateerd (ca. 1680). ca. 62 x 53 cm. Mooie kaart van de provincie Utrecht, met het noorden rechtsonder. Handgekleurd, met gekleurde cartouche linksboven en rechtsonder de gegevens van de Wit: "tot Amsterdam by Frederick de Wit inden Calverstraat by den Dam inde Witte Pascaert". Zeldzame staat: deze versie heeft een andere Cartouche linksboven, met een bisschop die een kerktoren (de dom?) vasthoudt, engelen en een wapenschild. Rechtsonder is geen cartouche. De meeste varianten hebben linksboven en rechtsonder een cartouche, die gekopieerd zijn van Visscher. Deze versie is misschien vroeger (?) en zou dan kunnen dateren rond 1670, toen de Wit de eerste versie van zijn "Nieut Kaartboeck" publiceerde, waar deze kaart in voorkwam. Deze cartouche met de bisschop is later gekopieerd door Danckerts, maar in de versie van de Wit zeldzaam. Goede conditie, enkele scheuren op de vouwen professioneel gerestaureerd. Toont het gebied tussen Amsterdam, Amersfoort, Culemborg en Oudewater. Getoonde steden zijn naast de genoemde ondermeer Woerden, Naarden, Muiden, Buren, Utrecht, Ijsselstein, Asperen, Schoonhoven. Nice early map of Utrecht province, oriented west at the top. VG condition, original colouring (including cartouche); some professionally repaired tears on folds. Koeman Wit 25.
Bookseller: Librairie Melchior
2011-03-21 06:51:46
Helmont, Jan Baptista van =
o,O., o.J.(ca. 1680), auf 27,8 x 20,4 cm. "Johann Baptist von Helmont (1577-1644) - Iatrochemiker, untersuchte das Verhalten der Gase, lehrt das die Stoffe auch in der Verbindung weiter bestehen und erkannte damit das Gesetz von der Erhaltung des Stoffes." Valentin
Bookseller: Antiq. F.-D. Söhn - Medicusbooks.Com [Marburg, Germany]
2011-03-12 20:55:03
Matthaus Merian
Mathias Merian the Elder (1593-1650) was one of the most prominent members of the leading print publishing family of 17th-century Germany, known throughout Europe for his engravings of cityscapes and landscapes, his scientific books, and his editions of the noted series of travel books, the “Great Voyages.” Born and trained in Basel , Switzerland, in the early 1600’s he began studying drawing, engraving and etching in Zurich with engraver Friedrich Meyer. Merian joined the Frankfurt publishing house of Johann Theodor de Bry in 1616 and, the following year, he married de Bry’s daughter Maria Magdalena. Merian gained his greatest acclaim as head of the family publishing house following the death of his father-in-law in 1623. He rapidly and almost single-handedly built up the house to become one of the most important in Europe, etching most of the plates himself until about 1645, when he increasingly relied upon the help of a growing staff of assistants and pupils, among them Wenceslaus Hollar, Rudolf and Conrad Meyer of Zurich, and his sons Matthaus and Casper. “Topographia Germaniae” was published around 1680 in partnership with Zeiller Martin who wrote the text. “Topographia Germaniae” was one of the larges and most comprehensive publishing’s of its time with engravings of major European cities and historically important locations, each expertly engraved by Merian and his sons. In total, Topographia Germaniae is comprised of 30 volumes with more than 2,000 individually detailed engravings with maps and views of cities, towns, castles, fortresses and monasteries. This engrav … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2011-03-07 03:48:49
Elbelauf -
Kupferstich-Karte von C. Allard, ca. 1680, koloriert. 38,7 x 48,5 cm. Sorgfältige Restaurierung mehrerer Risse im unteren Bugbereich. Zeigt den Elbelauf von den Quellen bis zur Mündung in zwei übereinander liegenden Teilen. Links oben manieristische Titelkartusche, rechts unten Meilenzeigerkartusche mit dem Stechervermerk "Amstelodami apud Carolum Allard". Seltener Einblattdruck, stark an der entsprechenden Janssonius-Karte orientiert, jedoch sicher von einer anderen Platte.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen [Trier, Germany]
2011-03-02 08:53:07
ALLARD CAROLUS.
Amsterdam, 1680 - Incisione in rame di mm 500x595, coloritura d'epoca, arricchita da elegante cartiglio (mm 170x210). Tratta da "Atlas Major". Bell'esemplare con margine sinistro restaurato, macchia nel mare di fronte a Lisbona.
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini
2011-02-28 16:48:38
Matthaus Merian
Mathias Merian the Elder (1593-1650) was one of the most prominent members of the leading print publishing family of 17th-century Germany, known throughout Europe for his engravings of cityscapes and landscapes, his scientific books, and his editions of the noted series of travel books, the “Great Voyages”. Born and trained in Basel, Switzerland in the early 1600’s he began studying drawing, engraving and etching in Zurich with engraver Friedrich Meyer. Merian joined the Frankfurt publishing house of Johann Theodor de Bry in 1616 and, the following year, he married de Bry’s daughter Maria Magdalena. Merian gained his greatest acclaim as head of the family publishing house following the death of his father-in-law in 1623. He rapidly and almost single-handedly built up the house to become one of the most important in Europe, etching most of the plates himself until about 1645, when he increasingly relied upon the help of a growing staff of assistants and pupils, among them Wenceslaus Hollar, Rudolf and Conrad Meyer of Zurich, and his sons Matthaus and Casper. “Topographia Germaniae” was published around 1680 in partnership with Zeiller Martin who wrote the text. “Topographia Germaniae” was one of the larges and most comprehensive publishing’s of its time with engravings of major European cities and historically important locations, each expertly engraved by Merian and his sons. In total, Topographia Germaniae is comprised of 30 volumes with more than 2,000 individually detailed engravings with maps and views of cities, towns, castles, fortresses and monasteries. This engravin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2011-02-28 16:48:38
Matthaus Merian
Mathias Merian the Elder (1593-1650) was one of the most prominent members of the leading print publishing family of 17th-century Germany, known throughout Europe for his engravings of cityscapes and landscapes, his scientific books, and his editions of the noted series of travel books, the “Great Voyages.” Born and trained in Basel , Switzerland, in the early 1600’s he began studying drawing, engraving and etching in Zurich with engraver Friedrich Meyer. Merian joined the Frankfurt publishing house of Johann Theodor de Bry in 1616 and, the following year, he married de Bry’s daughter Maria Magdalena. Merian gained his greatest acclaim as head of the family publishing house following the death of his father-in-law in 1623. He rapidly and almost single-handedly built up the house to become one of the most important in Europe, etching most of the plates himself until about 1645, when he increasingly relied upon the help of a growing staff of assistants and pupils, among them Wenceslaus Hollar, Rudolf and Conrad Meyer of Zurich, and his sons Matthaus and Casper. “Topographia Germaniae” was published around 1680 in partnership with Zeiller Martin who wrote the text. “Topographia Germaniae” was one of the larges and most comprehensive publishing’s of its time with engravings of major European cities and historically important locations, each expertly engraved by Merian and his sons. In total, Topographia Germaniae is comprised of 30 volumes with more than 2,000 individually detailed engravings with maps and views of cities, towns, castles, fortresses and monasteries. This engrav … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2011-02-28 16:48:38
Matthaus Merian
Mathias Merian the Elder (1593-1650) was one of the most prominent members of the leading print publishing family of 17th-century Germany, known throughout Europe for his engravings of cityscapes and landscapes, his scientific books, and his editions of the noted series of travel books, the “Great Voyages.” Born and trained in Basel , Switzerland, in the early 1600’s he began studying drawing, engraving and etching in Zurich with engraver Friedrich Meyer. Merian joined the Frankfurt publishing house of Johann Theodor de Bry in 1616 and, the following year, he married de Bry’s daughter Maria Magdalena. Merian gained his greatest acclaim as head of the family publishing house following the death of his father-in-law in 1623. He rapidly and almost single-handedly built up the house to become one of the most important in Europe, etching most of the plates himself until about 1645, when he increasingly relied upon the help of a growing staff of assistants and pupils, among them Wenceslaus Hollar, Rudolf and Conrad Meyer of Zurich, and his sons Matthaus and Casper. “Topographia Germaniae” was published around 1680 in partnership with Zeiller Martin who wrote the text. “Topographia Germaniae” was one of the larges and most comprehensive publishing’s of its time with engravings of major European cities and historically important locations, each expertly engraved by Merian and his sons. In total, Topographia Germaniae is comprised of 30 volumes with more than 2,000 individually detailed engravings with maps and views of cities, towns, castles, fortresses and monasteries. This engrav … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2011-02-28 16:48:38
Matthaus Merian
Mathias Merian the Elder (1593-1650) was one of the most prominent members of the leading print publishing family of 17th-century Germany, known throughout Europe for his engravings of cityscapes and landscapes, his scientific books, and his editions of the noted series of travel books, the “Great Voyages.” Born and trained in Basel , Switzerland, in the early 1600’s he began studying drawing, engraving and etching in Zurich with engraver Friedrich Meyer. Merian joined the Frankfurt publishing house of Johann Theodor de Bry in 1616 and, the following year, he married de Bry’s daughter Maria Magdalena. Merian gained his greatest acclaim as head of the family publishing house following the death of his father-in-law in 1623. He rapidly and almost single-handedly built up the house to become one of the most important in Europe, etching most of the plates himself until about 1645, when he increasingly relied upon the help of a growing staff of assistants and pupils, among them Wenceslaus Hollar, Rudolf and Conrad Meyer of Zurich, and his sons Matthaus and Casper. “Topographia Germaniae” was published around 1680 in partnership with Zeiller Martin who wrote the text. “Topographia Germaniae” was one of the larges and most comprehensive publishing’s of its time with engravings of major European cities and historically important locations, each expertly engraved by Merian and his sons. In total, Topographia Germaniae is comprised of 30 volumes with more than 2,000 individually detailed engravings with maps and views of cities, towns, castles, fortresses and monasteries. This dual c … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2011-02-28 16:48:38
Matthaus Merian
Mathias Merian the Elder (1593-1650) was one of the most prominent members of the leading print publishing family of 17th-century Germany, known throughout Europe for his engravings of cityscapes and landscapes, his scientific books, and his editions of the noted series of travel books, the “Great Voyages.” Born and trained in Basel , Switzerland, in the early 1600’s he began studying drawing, engraving and etching in Zurich with engraver Friedrich Meyer. Merian joined the Frankfurt publishing house of Johann Theodor de Bry in 1616 and, the following year, he married de Bry’s daughter Maria Magdalena. Merian gained his greatest acclaim as head of the family publishing house following the death of his father-in-law in 1623. He rapidly and almost single-handedly built up the house to become one of the most important in Europe, etching most of the plates himself until about 1645, when he increasingly relied upon the help of a growing staff of assistants and pupils, among them Wenceslaus Hollar, Rudolf and Conrad Meyer of Zurich, and his sons Matthaus and Casper. “Topographia Germaniae” was published around 1680 in partnership with Zeiller Martin who wrote the text. “Topographia Germaniae” was one of the larges and most comprehensive publishing’s of its time with engravings of major European cities and historically important locations, each expertly engraved by Merian and his sons. In total, Topographia Germaniae is comprised of 30 volumes with more than 2,000 individually detailed engravings with maps and views of cities, towns, castles, fortresses and monasteries. This engrav … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2011-02-28 16:48:38
Matthaus Merian
Mathias Merian the Elder (1593-1650) was one of the most prominent members of the leading print publishing family of 17th-century Germany, known throughout Europe for his engravings of cityscapes and landscapes, his scientific books, and his editions of the noted series of travel books, the “Great Voyages.” Born and trained in Basel , Switzerland, in the early 1600’s he began studying drawing, engraving and etching in Zurich with engraver Friedrich Meyer. Merian joined the Frankfurt publishing house of Johann Theodor de Bry in 1616 and, the following year, he married de Bry’s daughter Maria Magdalena. Merian gained his greatest acclaim as head of the family publishing house following the death of his father-in-law in 1623. He rapidly and almost single-handedly built up the house to become one of the most important in Europe, etching most of the plates himself until about 1645, when he increasingly relied upon the help of a growing staff of assistants and pupils, among them Wenceslaus Hollar, Rudolf and Conrad Meyer of Zurich, and his sons Matthaus and Casper. “Topographia Germaniae” was published around 1680 in partnership with Zeiller Martin who wrote the text. “Topographia Germaniae” was one of the larges and most comprehensive publishing’s of its time with engravings of major European cities and historically important locations, each expertly engraved by Merian and his sons. In total, Topographia Germaniae is comprised of 30 volumes with more than 2,000 individually detailed engravings with maps and views of cities, towns, castles, fortresses and monasteries. This engrav … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2011-02-28 16:48:38
Matthaus Merian
Mathias Merian the Elder (1593-1650) was one of the most prominent members of the leading print publishing family of 17th-century Germany, known throughout Europe for his engravings of cityscapes and landscapes, his scientific books, and his editions of the noted series of travel books, the “Great Voyages”. Born and trained in Basel, Switzerland in the early 1600’s he began studying drawing, engraving and etching in Zurich with engraver Friedrich Meyer. Merian joined the Frankfurt publishing house of Johann Theodor de Bry in 1616 and, the following year, he married de Bry’s daughter Maria Magdalena. Merian gained his greatest acclaim as head of the family publishing house following the death of his father-in-law in 1623. He rapidly and almost single-handedly built up the house to become one of the most important in Europe, etching most of the plates himself until about 1645, when he increasingly relied upon the help of a growing staff of assistants and pupils, among them Wenceslaus Hollar, Rudolf and Conrad Meyer of Zurich, and his sons Matthaus and Casper. “Topographia Germaniae” was published around 1680 in partnership with Zeiller Martin who wrote the text. “Topographia Germaniae” was one of the larges and most comprehensive publishing’s of its time with engravings of major European cities and historically important locations, each expertly engraved by Merian and his sons. In total, Topographia Germaniae is comprised of 30 volumes with more than 2,000 individually detailed engravings with maps and views of cities, towns, castles, fortresses and monasteries. This engravin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2011-02-28 16:48:38
Matthaus Merian
Frankfurt 1680 - Mathias Merian the Elder (1593-1650) was one of the most prominent members of the leading print publishing family of 17th-century Germany, known throughout Europe for his engravings of cityscapes and landscapes, his scientific books, and his editions of the noted series of travel books, the “Great Voyages.” Born and trained in Basel , Switzerland, in the early 1600’s he began studying drawing, engraving and etching in Zurich with engraver Friedrich Meyer. Merian joined the Frankfurt publishing house of Johann Theodor de Bry in 1616 and, the following year, he married de Bry’s daughter Maria Magdalena. Merian gained his greatest acclaim as head of the family publishing house following the death of his father-in-law in 1623. He rapidly and almost single-handedly built up the house to become one of the most important in Europe, etching most of the plates himself until about 1645, when he increasingly relied upon the help of a growing staff of assistants and pupils, among them Wenceslaus Hollar, Rudolf and Conrad Meyer of Zurich, and his sons Matthaus and Casper. “Topographia Germaniae” was published around 1680 in partnership with Zeiller Martin who wrote the text. “Topographia Germaniae” was one of the larges and most comprehensive publishing’s of its time with engravings of major European cities and historically important locations, each expertly engraved by Merian and his sons. In total, Topographia Germaniae is comprised of 30 volumes with more than 2,000 individually detailed engravings with maps and views of c … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco
2011-02-28 11:50:36
F. de Wit
Amsterdam, 1680. The map shows the northern tip of the Netherlands and a small portion of neighboring Germany., Size : 490x580 (mm), 19.25x22.875 (Inches), Original Hand Coloring Very Good, laid on acid free paper for long term preservation and for strengthening the oxidation of the colour pigments.
Bookseller: Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2011-02-22 18:46:51
Cicero, Marcus Tullius.
Dillingen, Friedrich Severin Grosch für Johann Kaspar Bencard, 1680. Kl.-8°. 1 Bl., 751 S., 1 weißes Bl., Grün gefärbter Pgmt.-Bd. d. Zt. m. handschriftl. Rückentitel. Das vorliegende Werk enthält Briefe an verschiedene Personen aus der Zeit von 62-43 v. Chr. sowie Briefe von Marcus Caelius, Lucius Munatius Plancus, D. Brutus, M. Cato, C. Cassius, Asinius Pollio, M. Lepidus u.a. an Cicero. - Die Briefe wurden 1389 von dem florentinischen Staatskanzler Coluccio Salutati wiederentdeckt und gewannen in der Renaissance große Bedeutung. Man begann, sich für die individuelle Persönlichkeit, für den Menschen Cicero zu interessieren. Man lernte durch Ciceros Briefe, die Gattung als ein Medium individueller, rückhaltloser Selbstäußerung zu begreifen und zu benutzen. - Deckeln lichtrandig. Rücken verblasst. Durchg. unterschiedlich gebräunt. - VD17, 12:625426D (nur ein Exemplar in der Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek, München). Versand D: 9,80 EUR Cicero, Epistolarum ad familiares libri sedecim
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2011-02-16 19:40:31
WIT, Frederick de.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington [United Kingdom]
2011-02-16 07:50:11
Matthaus Merian
Frankfurt 1680 - Mathias Merian the Elder (1593-1650) was one of the most prominent members of the leading print publishing family of 17th-century Germany, known throughout Europe for his engravings of cityscapes and landscapes, his scientific books, and his editions of the noted series of travel books, the “Great Voyages.” Born and trained in Basel , Switzerland, in the early 1600’s he began studying drawing, engraving and etching in Zurich with engraver Friedrich Meyer. Merian joined the Frankfurt publishing house of Johann Theodor de Bry in 1616 and, the following year, he married de Bry’s daughter Maria Magdalena. Merian gained his greatest acclaim as head of the family publishing house following the death of his father-in-law in 1623. He rapidly and almost single-handedly built up the house to become one of the most important in Europe, etching most of the plates himself until about 1645, when he increasingly relied upon the help of a growing staff of assistants and pupils, among them Wenceslaus Hollar, Rudolf and Conrad Meyer of Zurich, and his sons Matthaus and Casper. “Topographia Germaniae” was published around 1680 in partnership with Zeiller Martin who wrote the text. “Topographia Germaniae” was one of the larges and most comprehensive publishing’s of its time with engravings of major European cities and historically important locations, each expertly engraved by Merian and his sons. In total, Topographia Germaniae is comprised of 30 volumes with more than 2,000 individually detailed engravings with maps and views of c … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco
2011-01-27 21:52:22
Matthaus Merian
Mathias Merian the Elder (1593-1650) was one of the most prominent members of the leading print publishing family of 17th-century Germany, known throughout Europe for his engravings of cityscapes and landscapes, his scientific books, and his editions of the noted series of travel books, the “Great Voyages”. Born and trained in Basel, Switzerland in the early 1600’s he began studying drawing, engraving and etching in Zurich with engraver Friedrich Meyer. Merian joined the Frankfurt publishing house of Johann Theodor de Bry in 1616 and, the following year, he married de Bry’s daughter Maria Magdalena. Merian gained his greatest acclaim as head of the family publishing house following the death of his father-in-law in 1623. He rapidly and almost single-handedly built up the house to become one of the most important in Europe, etching most of the plates himself until about 1645, when he increasingly relied upon the help of a growing staff of assistants and pupils, among them Wenceslaus Hollar, Rudolf and Conrad Meyer of Zurich, and his sons Matthaus and Casper. “Topographia Germaniae” was published around 1680 in partnership with Zeiller Martin who wrote the text. “Topographia Germaniae” was one of the larges and most comprehensive publishing’s of its time with engravings of major European cities and historically important locations, each expertly engraved by Merian and his sons. In total, Topographia Germaniae is comprised of 30 volumes with more than 2,000 individually detailed engravings with maps and views of cities, towns, castles, fortresses and monasteries. This engravin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2011-01-27 21:52:22
Matthaus Merian
Mathias Merian the Elder (1593-1650) was one of the most prominent members of the leading print publishing family of 17th-century Germany, known throughout Europe for his engravings of cityscapes and landscapes, his scientific books, and his editions of the noted series of travel books, the “Great Voyages”. Born and trained in Basel, Switzerland, in the early 1600’s he began studying drawing, engraving and etching in Zurich with engraver Friedrich Meyer. Merian joined the Frankfurt publishing house of Johann Theodor de Bry in 1616 and, the following year, he married de Bry’s daughter Maria Magdalena. Merian gained his greatest acclaim as head of the family publishing house following the death of his father-in-law in 1623. He rapidly and almost single-handedly built up the house to become one of the most important in Europe, etching most of the plates himself until about 1645, when he increasingly relied upon the help of a growing staff of assistants and pupils, among them Wenceslaus Hollar, Rudolf and Conrad Meyer of Zurich, and his sons Matthaus and Casper. “Topographia Germaniae” was published around 1680 in partnership with Zeiller Martin who wrote the text. “Topographia Germaniae” was one of the larges and most comprehensive publishing’s of its time with engravings of major European cities and historically important locations, each expertly engraved by Merian and his sons. In total, Topographia Germaniae is comprised of 30 volumes with more than 2,000 individually detailed engravings with maps and views of cities, towns, castles, fortresses and monasteries. This engravi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2011-01-27 21:52:22
Matthaus Merian
Mathias Merian the Elder (1593-1650) was one of the most prominent members of the leading print publishing family of 17th-century Germany, known throughout Europe for his engravings of cityscapes and landscapes, his scientific books, and his editions of the noted series of travel books, the “Great Voyages.” Born and trained in Basel , Switzerland, in the early 1600’s he began studying drawing, engraving and etching in Zurich with engraver Friedrich Meyer. Merian joined the Frankfurt publishing house of Johann Theodor de Bry in 1616 and, the following year, he married de Bry’s daughter Maria Magdalena. Merian gained his greatest acclaim as head of the family publishing house following the death of his father-in-law in 1623. He rapidly and almost single-handedly built up the house to become one of the most important in Europe, etching most of the plates himself until about 1645, when he increasingly relied upon the help of a growing staff of assistants and pupils, among them Wenceslaus Hollar, Rudolf and Conrad Meyer of Zurich, and his sons Matthaus and Casper. “Topographia Germaniae” was published around 1680 in partnership with Zeiller Martin who wrote the text. “Topographia Germaniae” was one of the larges and most comprehensive publishing’s of its time with engravings of major European cities and historically important locations, each expertly engraved by Merian and his sons. In total, Topographia Germaniae is comprised of 30 volumes with more than 2,000 individually detailed engravings with maps and views of cities, towns, castles, fortresses and monasteries. This engrav … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2011-01-27 21:52:22
Matthaus Merian
Mathias Merian the Elder (1593-1650) was one of the most prominent members of the leading print publishing family of 17th-century Germany, known throughout Europe for his engravings of cityscapes and landscapes, his scientific books, and his editions of the noted series of travel books, the “Great Voyages”. Born and trained in Basel, Switzerland in the early 1600’s he began studying drawing, engraving and etching in Zurich with engraver Friedrich Meyer. Merian joined the Frankfurt publishing house of Johann Theodor de Bry in 1616 and, the following year, he married de Bry’s daughter Maria Magdalena. Merian gained his greatest acclaim as head of the family publishing house following the death of his father-in-law in 1623. He rapidly and almost single-handedly built up the house to become one of the most important in Europe, etching most of the plates himself until about 1645, when he increasingly relied upon the help of a growing staff of assistants and pupils, among them Wenceslaus Hollar, Rudolf and Conrad Meyer of Zurich, and his sons Matthaus and Casper. “Topographia Germaniae” was published around 1680 in partnership with Zeiller Martin who wrote the text. “Topographia Germaniae” was one of the larges and most comprehensive publishing’s of its time with engravings of major European cities and historically important locations, each expertly engraved by Merian and his sons. In total, Topographia Germaniae is comprised of 30 volumes with more than 2,000 individually detailed engravings with maps and views of cities, towns, castles, fortresses and monasteries. This engravin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2011-01-27 21:52:22
Matthaus Merian
Frankfurt 1680 - Mathias Merian the Elder (1593-1650) was one of the most prominent members of the leading print publishing family of 17th-century Germany, known throughout Europe for his engravings of cityscapes and landscapes, his scientific books, and his editions of the noted series of travel books, the “Great Voyages”. Born and trained in Basel, Switzerland in the early 1600’s he began studying drawing, engraving and etching in Zurich with engraver Friedrich Meyer. Merian joined the Frankfurt publishing house of Johann Theodor de Bry in 1616 and, the following year, he married de Bry’s daughter Maria Magdalena. Merian gained his greatest acclaim as head of the family publishing house following the death of his father-in-law in 1623. He rapidly and almost single-handedly built up the house to become one of the most important in Europe, etching most of the plates himself until about 1645, when he increasingly relied upon the help of a growing staff of assistants and pupils, among them Wenceslaus Hollar, Rudolf and Conrad Meyer of Zurich, and his sons Matthaus and Casper. “Topographia Germaniae” was published around 1680 in partnership with Zeiller Martin who wrote the text. “Topographia Germaniae” was one of the larges and most comprehensive publishing’s of its time with engravings of major European cities and historically important locations, each expertly engraved by Merian and his sons. In total, Topographia Germaniae is comprised of 30 volumes with more than 2,000 individually detailed engravings with maps and views of cit … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco
2010-11-11 01:55:59
Early Trials
Printed For Tho. Basset And Sam. Herrick. London 1680. 1stEdition. Bound in full gilt-blocked buckram. Wide margins with the text in impressively bright condition. Remains uncommonly well-preserved; tight. bright. clean and strong; 67 pages; Physical desc. : 67. 32 cm ; fol. Subject: Gascoigne. Thomas. Sir. 2nd Bart. Trials (Treason) - England - London. Great Britain - History - Charles II. 1660-1685.Weight in Kg appr.: 1
Bookseller: MW Books Ltd. [Galway, Ireland]
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