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2015-02-27 00:29:41
(BINDING, Bartlett, Roger)
Oxford: Tho[mas] Guy, 1682. 8vo. Contemporary full black morocco, covers tooled in gilt to a cottage roof design with onlays of citron and red morocco, a.e.g., with visible fore-edge painting of flowers. 8vo. An English restoration binding by the Oxford binder Roger Bartlett, with a visible painted fore-edge. The book was owned by one Ann Bartlett, perhaps a relation of the binder, who signed her name in 1699. It is interesting to note that at least two Bartlett bindings - A Companion to the Temple, 1676 (Doheny Sale, lot 1290) and The Occasional Offices of Matrimony, 1679 (Oldaker Collection) - display painted fore-edges with the intials A.B., perhaps this same Ann Bartlett.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller
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2015-02-26 17:30:40
Molière, Jean Baptiste Poquelin.
Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller, ABAA [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2015-02-26 17:30:40
Molière, Jean Baptiste Poquelin.
Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller, ABAA [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2015-02-26 17:30:40
Molière, Jean Baptiste Poquelin.
Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller, ABAA [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2015-02-26 17:30:40
Molière, Jean Baptiste Poquelin.
Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller, ABAA [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2015-02-26 17:30:40
Molière, Jean Baptiste Poquelin.
Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller, ABAA [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2015-02-26 17:30:40
Molière, Jean Baptiste Poquelin.
1682. Paris: Thierry, Barbin and Trebouillet, 1682. Sm. 8vo, 312pp. With an engraved frontispiece and two engraved plates by Sauvé after Brissart. Original marbled wrappers. Brown cloth box. § First edition of vol. 8 of the posthumous works, containing three plays: first editions second issue of "Les Amans Magnifiques" and "La Comtesse d'Escarbagnes", and the second issue of "Le Malade Imaginaire" with the added stage directions (not in the first issue) in italics. 17th-century editions of Molière are very uncommon, and uncut in the original wrappers a genuine rarity. "Le Malade Imaginaire" is one of the most famous of Molière's plays and is still performed today. No copy located for sale as of July 2014, no copy at auction. This copy was last sold by Lucien Goldschmidt and has his description, citing these references: Rothschild II, 73-74. Guibert II, pp. 609-650. Le Petit pp. 326-334.
Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller [U.S.A.]
2015-02-25 02:04:23
BRATTLE, William
1682. hardcover. very good. Bound in the original 24mo sheepskin notebook (edge-worn but sound). The middle 10 pages are additional manuscript notes of William Appleton dated April 18, 1731. The last 12 pages are manuscript notes of Mr. Stone of Hartford dated February 14, 1788 (lacks the last leaf of Mr. Stone's notes). Very good condition. William Brattle was a Congregational minister. After graduating from Harvard College in 1680, he became a tutor there. From 1696 to 1700, Brattle was a Fellow of the Harvard Corporation. Previously he helped to administer Harvard College during the four years President Increase Mather was in England. In the manuscript William Brattle lists 18 ethical questions on points of marriage, law, abortion, and religion. Each question is written again, with seven additional questions, all followed by extensive answers. The format suggests that it was used by Brattle as lecture notes in a course he was teaching. William Brattle's brother, Thomas, graduated from Harvard College in 1676 and served as treasurer of the College from 1693 to 1713. The notes by William Appleton refer to his religious views. The last section by Mr. Stone is religious in nature and may have been notes for a sermon.
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store
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2015-02-20 12:06:12
Boehme, Jacob (1575-1624)
Amsterdam: [Johann Georg Gichtel, et al], 1682.. 1682.. Good. - Small octavo, 6-1/8 inches high by 4 inches wide. Two books in one leather bound volume. Bound in later full brown calf with a gilt-titled leather label and floral gilt decorations between raised bands on the spine. The covers are quite rubbed and scuffed and a piece is chipped from one of the labels. Title, engraved title, pages [1]-198, [1] leaf; and Title, engraved title, pages [3]-48. Illustrated with 2 engraved copperplate titles. The first depicts a winged clock superimposed over a stormy globe. Weeds and flowers grow between two crosses. Floating above, a small circle with arms encloses eyes depicted within a double pyramid. The second engraved title depicts a nude man, possibly Adam, holding a small round lettered shield with one hand and a torch in the other. The torch, held upside down, is setting fire to stars above a half-globe within which the sun and moon shine over a goat and sheep. Winged cherub's faces and a crown float above a pyramid illustrated with a cross at its center. Yet another crown floats above the man's head. Each engraved title is followed by a leaf of text explaining the figures/symbols in the plates. Additionally illustrated with two title vignettes, tail pieces and woodcut initials. Ex-library, de-acquisitioned by the Andover-Harvard Theological library with their book label mounted to the rear pastedown and their Rare Book Room's pictorial bookplate on the front pastedown. Both the label and the plate bear the library's "release" stamp. The front hinge is cracked and early anno … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Blue Mountain Books & Manuscripts, Ltd.
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2015-02-18 18:03:53
Bullart, Isaac.
Amsterdam, Elzevier, 1682.. 6 Bl., 501 S. m. gestoch. Titelvign., 157 gestochenen Porträts von de Larmessin u. Boulonois) u. 3 gestoch. (1 mont.) Emblemata im Text, Zierintialen u. ornamentalen Schlußstücken, 1 Bl. (Register). 4to. Ldr. d. Zeit auf 6 Bünden mit reicher Rverg.. Erste Ausgabe des zweiten von zwei Bänden. Er behandelt in 6 Büchern berühmte Theologen (u.a. Savonarola, Kardinal Bellarmin und Thomas a Kempis), Philosophen, Mathematiker, Astrologen und Mediziner (A. Piccolomini, Galilei, Kopernikus, Decartes, Campanella), Entdecker, Kartographen und Erfinder (Ortelius, Vespucci, Columbus, Magellan, Cortez, Gutenberg, Orlano di Lasso), Poeten (Ariost, Aretino, Tasso, Vittoria Colonna, Castillon, Dante), Berühmtheiten anderer Fachgebiete (Beatus Rhenanus, D. Heinsius, Erasmus von Rotterdam, R. Lullus) und - im umfangreichsten Kapitel - berühmte (vor allem niederländische) Maler (van Dyck, can Eyck, H. Holbein, Hemskerke, P. Brueghel, Rubens, R. van der Weyde, Patinier u.v.a.). - 1695 erschien eine Neuausgabe bei Foppens in Brüssel. - Beschabt, stark bestoßen, Außengelenke geplatzt, Vortitel mit Eckabriß, vereinzelte Randeinrisse. Mit kräftigen Abzügen der Bildnisse von scharfgratigen Kupferplatten.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Pabel
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2015-02-09 01:46:19
Neesen, Laurent
Köln, Egmont 1682. 891 S., 21 x 18 cm, mehrere dekorative Vignetten, Ledereinband der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem Rücken leicht beschädigt, Titelblatt mit alter handschr. Markierung, Bibliotheksstempel, Seiten am Rand teilweise geknickt, papierbedingt gebräunt, leicht fleckig..
Bookseller: Wissenschaftliches Antiquariat Köln
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2015-02-01 18:16:10
Schefferus, Johannes
Amsterdam, Jan ten Hoorn, 1682. 4to. (6) + 99 + (1 blank) + 146 + 73 + (7) + (7) s. Ekstra kobberstukket tittelbl. Kobberstukket foldet kart. 16 kobberstukne plansjer. Treskårne initialer og vignetter. 1800-talls pergamentryggbd. Kartonert for- og bakperm. Ryggen sprukket med tap av pergament. S ( 73) revet med tap av noen få bokstaver. Siden dublisert.. 19th-century vellum -backed blue bords. Additional engraved title-page. Engraved folding map, 16 engraved plates. Woodcut initials and tailpieces. Spine cracking with loss of vellum. Final four leaves dublicated. PP ( 73) torn with loss of a few letters (later dublicated)
Bookseller: Ruuds Antikvariat
2015-01-20 08:41:33
Rohault, (Jacques)
Paris, Guillaume Desprez, 1682. 4to. (32) + 777 + (3) s. Fint samt. helskinnbd. med 5 opph. bind. Rødt skinn tittelfelt. Rik ryggdekor i gull. Biblioteksstempel på forsatsbl. verso
Bookseller: Ruuds Antikvariat
2015-01-18 19:19:47
ANGO, Pierre
E. Michallet 1682 Complete with register, advertisements and errata. With 1 full page and numerous text illustrations. Contemporary full calf, gilt spine in compartments, binding a bit worn; contemporary signatures crossed out in ink on title, faint annotations, small strip of paper covering someone?s signature on top edge of title, signature of L. Besset (?) on front free endpaper and the bookkplate of J. Mouchet, S.D. on the paste - down. First edition of this valuable seventeenth century optical treatise, of major significance to the history of optics because it established the outline of a wave theory of light nearly eight years in advance of Huygens?s Traite de la lumiere. Divided into three books, the first presents a wave theory of light based upon a manuscript written by the Jesuit scientist Ignace Gaston Pardies (1636 - 1673) but left unpublished at his death, a work that Huygens also read. In this, Ango?s presentation of Pardies? theories of optics, he states that the speed of light is slower in a denser environment, an idea which was opposed to the then - established principles set forth by Descartes in 1637. An illustration shows waves reflecting off of curved mirrors. The second and third books describe the principles of vision and of colour, the means of correcting defective sight with glasses, as well as a variety of optical instruments. The author treats earlier works by Alhazen and Witelo, but supports Descartes? and Kepler?s view of the function of the eye in which the lens produces an image of the world focused on the retina. Ango also includes the mathe … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: B & L Rootenberg
2015-01-18 19:19:47
ANGO, Pierre
E. Michallet, Paris 1682 - 12mo. [viii], 368 (ie, 364; a printer’s error with page numbers 121-124 skipped), [4] pp. Complete with register, advertisements and errata. With 1 full page and numerous text illustrations. Contemporary full calf, gilt spine in compartments, binding a bit worn; contemporary signatures crossed out in ink on title, faint annotations, small strip of paper covering someone’s signature on top edge of title, signature of L. Besset (?) on front free endpaper and the bookkplate of J. Mouchet, S.D. on the paste-down. First edition of this valuable seventeenth century optical treatise, of major significance to the history of optics because it established the outline of a wave theory of light nearly eight years in advance of Huygens’s Traite de la lumiere. Divided into three books, the first presents a wave theory of light based upon a manuscript written by the Jesuit scientist Ignace Gaston Pardies (1636-1673) but left unpublished at his death, a work that Huygens also read. In this, Ango’s presentation of Pardies’ theories of optics, he states that the speed of light is slower in a denser environment, an idea which was opposed to the then-established principles set forth by Descartes in 1637. An illustration shows waves reflecting off of curved mirrors. The second and third books describe the principles of vision and of colour, the means of correcting defective sight with glasses, as well as a variety of optical instruments. The author treats earlier works by Alhazen and Witelo, but supports Descartes’ and Kepler’s view … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: B & L Rootenberg Rare Books, ABAA
2015-01-17 09:32:26
RACINE (Jean)
Paris, Suivant la Copie imprimee a Paris [i.e. Amsterdam, Elzevier, Abraham Wolfgang], 1682.. 2 volumes petit in-12, plein maroquin rouge "a la Duseuil", dos a nerfs filetes or richement ornes de compartiments garnis aux petits fers, titres et tomaisons dores, plats encadres d'un double jeu de triples filets dores sur les coupes et les coiffes, fer aldin en ecoincon, dentelle interieure, tranches dorees (rel. fin XIXe), 2 titres-frontispices et 7 figures h.-t., marque au Quaerendo. Seconde edition elzevirienne du theatre de Racine, ornee de 2 titres-frontispice et 7 figures hors texte (sur 10). Marque au Quaerendo d'Abraham Wolfgang au titre. Le frontispice du tome 2 porte : "Tragedies de Racine". Chaque piece possede sa propre page de titre (datee de 1678 a 1683), avec pagination et figure-frontispice propre (excepte Thebaide, Andromaque et Britannicus pour lesquels le titre-frontispice manque). Phedre est ici en premiere edition elzevirienne, a la date de 1678. (Guibert, 'Bibl. de Racine', p.179-86. Tchemerzine-Scheler, V, p. 357. Willems, 'Elzevier', n° 1924). Tres bel exemplaire parfaitement relie en maroquin rouge richement orne "a la Duseuil"..
Bookseller: Librairie Hatchuel
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2015-01-16 03:05:07
ANGO, Pierre
Paris: E. Michallet, 1682 Complete with register, advertisements and errata. With 1 full page and numerous text illustrations. Contemporary full calf, gilt spine in compartments, binding a bit worn; contemporary signatures crossed out in ink on title, faint annotations, small strip of paper covering someone?'s signature on top edge of title, signature of L. Besset (?) on front free endpaper and the bookkplate of J. Mouchet, S.D. on the paste-down. First edition of this valuable seventeenth century optical treatise, of major significance to the history of optics because it established the outline of a wave theory of light nearly eight years in advance of Huygens?'s Traite de la lumiere. Divided into three books, the first presents a wave theory of light based upon a manuscript written by the Jesuit scientist Ignace Gaston Pardies (1636-1673) but left unpublished at his death, a work that Huygens also read. In this, Ango?'s presentation of Pardies?' theories of optics, he states that the speed of light is slower in a denser environment, an idea which was opposed to the then-established principles set forth by Descartes in 1637. An illustration shows waves reflecting off of curved mirrors. The second and third books describe the principles of vision and of colour, the means of correcting defective sight with glasses, as well as a variety of optical instruments. The author treats earlier works by Alhazen and Witelo, but supports Descartes?' and Kepler?'s view of the function of the eye in which the lens produces an image of the world focused on the retina. Ango also includes … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: B & L Rootenberg Rare Books & Manuscript
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2015-01-15 08:24:18
Welser, Martin :
Nürnberg, Endter, 1682.. Mit gestochenem Portrait, ohne das Frontispiz (nicht eingebunden), zahlreichen gestochenen Vignetten und Textkupfern, 14 Kupferstichkarten im Text sowie 2 doppelblattgrosse Karten, 9 Blatt, 68 Seiten, 20 Blatt, 436 Seiten; Seite 437 bis 908, 45 Blatt, Halblederbände mit reicher Rückenvergoldung, 31 x 22 cm,. Deckelbezüge etwas angestaubt, Band 2 im letzten Drittel mit leichtem Wasserrand im rechten unteren Eck, sonst gut erhalten. Sehr aufwendig ausgestattete Sammlung. Enthält die Biographie Welsers von Christoph Arnoldus im Erstdruck, dann die Geschichte und Beschreibung der berühmten "Tabula Peutingeriana" (auf 12 doppelblattgrosse Textblatt), die von Welser 1591 herausgegeben wurde. Ferner Schriften über die Geschichte Augsburgs und seiner Umgebung, über die Heiligen und Frühgeschichte Bayerns etc. Die Kupfer zeigen meist Abbildungen von Altertümern. "The American interest lies in the 'Vita' of the author which includes an account of his profit from 1528-1555" (Sabin). Am Schluss 26 Blatt mit typographischem Figurendruck, teils in roten Lettern.
Bookseller: Antiquariat H. Carlsen
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2015-01-09 14:37:26
BOSSUET Jacques Benigne
Léonard, Paris 1682 - Le 9 novembre 1681 à la Messe solemnelle du Saint Esprit, dans l'église des Grands Augustins. Édition originale; intérieur à grandes marges, quelques rares rousseurs. Le sermon dit Sermon sur l'unité de l'Église fut le seul publié par Bossuet de son vivant. 1 volume in-4° Plein veau d'époque légèrement usagée. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Librairie Seigneur
2015-01-02 19:05:58
Prestel, Maria Katharina (geb. Höll 1747 Nürnberg - London 1794)
. Radierung und Aquatinta in Lavismanier, nach einer Zeichnung von J. van Huysum (1682-1749), auf Bütten. 14,2:17,8 cm. Auf die Umfassungslinie geschnitten und auf alten Sammlungsuntersatz montiert. Gedruckte Originalbeschriftung ausgeschnitten und verso aufgeklebt. Die Zeichnung stammte aus der Sammlung von J.F. Ettling, Frankfurt a.M. (Nr. 11). Literatur: Nagler 46; Le Blanc 48.. Die Malerin, Zeichnerin, Radiererin und Kupferstecherin ist seit 1769 in Nürnberg erst Schülerin, dann Mitarbeiterin und seit 1772 Ehefrau des Malers, Radierers und Kupferstechers J.G. Prestel (1739-1808), mit dem sie gemeinsam eine Reproduktionswerkstatt betrieb, die zwar großen, aber weniger finanziellen Erfolg hatte. 1782 zog das Künstlerpaar gemeinsam nach Frankfurt am Main, 1786 jedoch siedelte sie alleine nach London über in der Hoffnung auf bessere Verdienstmöglichkeiten - eine vollständige Trennung vom Ehemann war wohl entgegen bisheriger Annahmen nicht angedacht. Dort arbeitete sie erfolgreich als Radiererin und Kupferstecherin und fertigte für verschiedene bekannte örtliche Verleger zahlreiche Reproduktionen nach deutschen, holländischen und italienischen Meistern an, z.B. für Molteno, Colnaghi & Cie. Ihre beiden Kinder, Ursula Magdalena (1777-1845) und Michael Gottlieb (1779-1845), die ebenfalls die künstlerische Laufbahn einschlugen, Gottlieb wurde darüber hinaus Kunsthändler, folgten ihr 1789 nach London; ihr Ehemann blieb mit dem Rest der Familie in Frankfurt am Main ansässig. Ein Wiedersehen der Eheleute hat nicht stattgefunden.
Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH
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2014-12-24 20:22:25
STERNHOLD Thomas d 1549. HOPKINS John
London: Company of Stationers, 1682 1682, VG. In full contemporary speckled calf, gilt edge tooling with floral; corners, corners and edges lightly bumped and worn. Spine, raised bands, gilt tooling, no title, edges rubbed. Internally, lacking fpd, fep and ffep, title within double ruled borders, [2], 3-350 pp, [2] table, text block edges speckled red, (A1-Y8), light waterstain throughout. (ESTC R30807. Wing {2nd ed} B2542)Title continues: collected into English metre : By Thomas Sternhold, John Hopkins, and others ; conferr'd with the Hebrew: set forth and allowed to be sung in all churches, of all the people together, before and after morning and evening prayer ; and also before and after sermons ; and moreover in private houses, for their godly solace and comfort: laying apart all ungodly songs and ballads, which tend only to the nourishing of vice, and corrupting of youth.Sternhold [Sternall], whose English psalm paraphrases not only reflect the literary and religious sensibilities of the late Henrician and Edwardian court but also became the models for metrical psalms in Elizabethan and seventeenth-century English liturgies. Thereafter, the Sternhold psalm type influenced a wider range of English hymns. See ODNB.
Bookseller: Madoc Books (ABA-ILAB) [United Kingdom]
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2014-12-21 02:19:02
Pompeius, Nicolaus
Härtel und Weyrauchs Erben (Hertelii et Haeredum Matth. Weyrauchii. Typis v. Rebenlinianis), Hamburg, 1682. First edition. With 153 woodcut illustrations. In contemporary vellum. (8°); (12), 163 (i. e. 164.), (4) p.; 21 plates, [2] p. Scarce book on chiromancy. Contains 153 woodcut illustrations of palms, showing different shapes of hands, and various palm-lines. Nicolaus Pompeius (1591-1659) was a professor of mathematics, physiognomist and astrologer. This book is based on his lectures on chiromancy that he gave in 1653 at the University of Wittenberg. With "Biblioteka Komendoriy Sitkowieckey" label inside, stamp of "Biblioteka Peczarska" on title page and stamp of the Potocki family on last page with the family coat of arms and motto "Scutum opponebat scuto" (Shield opposing shield). [VD 17 23:244314V., Wellcome IV, 412., Fincham: Chiromancy and German Academic Orthodoxy. Porter: Windows of the Soul.]. First edition. With 153 woodcut illustrations. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Földvári Books [Budapest, Hungary]
2014-12-20 19:32:42
Ludolf, Hiob
London: Samuel Smith Folio (33.5 cm, 13.2"). [8], 88, 151?-53, 104?-05, 156?-370, 375?-398 pp. (pagination skips 245/46, 371?-74); 3 fold. plts., 4 double plts., 2 plts. (map and 1 plt. lacking).. 1682 First English edition of the Historia Aethiopica, translated by J.P. ("Gent."). Ludolf (1624-1704), a German orientalist and linguist who specialized in Ethiopian studies, also published the first Amharic grammar. The original Latin rendition of the present work was first published in the year before this appearance. Curious about nearly everything, Ludolf here recounts observation and history both accurate and fabulous as to Ethiopia's climate and terrain, exotic wildlife and human folkways, and religious and political and trade history; he offers => lots of amazing stories. Illustrated with => nine copper-engraved plates, this English edition has its tables and illustrations an "Ethiopic Alphabet"; a folding botanical study of "the Indian Figg"; another folding plate of an "Eastern sheep" whose tail is so fat it needs to be drawn behind him in a cart; and renditions of elephants, apes (i.e., monkeys) eating ants, and hippos with entertainingly implausible teeth. Provenance: Front pastedown with bookplate "Acquired for the Blumhaven Library," the rare book and manuscript collection of Philadelphia textile magnate Herman Blum; this plate notes that the book was at the Bethlehem, NH, "branch" of the Library, i.e., Blum's summer home. Later brown buckram, spine with gilt-stamped cloth title-label; cloth with streaks of light discoloration, extremities mildly rubbed. Map and one … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-12-14 09:42:44
Ludolf, Hiob
London: Samuel Smith Folio (33.5 cm, 13.2"). [8], 88, 151–53, 104–05, 156–370, 375–398 pp. (pagination skips 245/46, 371–74); 3 fold. plts., 4 double plts., 2 plts. (map and 1 plt. lacking).. 1682 First English edition of the Historia Aethiopica, translated by J.P. ("Gent."). Ludolf (1624-1704), a German orientalist and linguist who specialized in Ethiopian studies, also published the first Amharic grammar. The original Latin rendition of the present work was first published in the year before this appearance. Curious about nearly everything, Ludolf here recounts observation and history both accurate and fabulous as to Ethiopia's climate and terrain, exotic wildlife and human folkways, and religious and political and trade history; he offers => lots of amazing stories. Illustrated with => nine copper-engraved plates, this English edition has its tables and illustrations an "Ethiopic Alphabet"; a folding botanical study of "the Indian Figg"; another folding plate of an "Eastern sheep" whose tail is so fat it needs to be drawn behind him in a cart; and renditions of elephants, apes (i.e., monkeys) eating ants, and hippos with entertainingly implausible teeth. Provenance: Front pastedown with bookplate "Acquired for the Blumhaven Library," the rare book and manuscript collection of Philadelphia textile magnate Herman Blum; this plate notes that the book was at the Bethlehem, NH, "branch" of the Library, i.e., Blum's summer home. Later brown buckram, spine with gilt-stamped cloth title-label; cloth with streaks of light discoloration, extremities mildly rubbed. Map and one … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SessaBks, A Division of the Philadelphia
2014-12-04 16:26:16
Becher, Johann Joachim:
Franckfurt, In Verlegung Johann Georg Schiele Buchhändlers, 1682.. 4 Bll., 810 S., 18 Bll., 8°, Späteres Halbpergament (Deckel mit Kleisterpapier bezogen). Duveen 57; Ferguson I, 86; Kopp II, 349; Schmieder 417-418: "eine Sammlung von fünfzehnhundert alchemistischen Processen, nach dem Material in 20 Theile getheilt, so daß jeder Theil eine Art von Konkordanz darstellt. Der Leser hat die Wahl unter 20 Grundstoffen, und mag zusehen, daß er die rechte Prima Materia treffe, worauf der Titel (Glückstopf, nicht: Hafen des Glücks) sich bezieht." - Johann Joachim Becher (1635-1682), deutscher Universalgelehrter u. Alchemist. Er untersuchte u.a. die Natur des Verbrennungsprozesses u. ist zusammen mit Georg Ernst Stahl (1659-1734) Mitbegründer der Phlogistontheorie, die erst durch Antoine Lavoisier widerlegt wurde. - Die ersten vier fehlenden Blätter wurden einfühlsam mit Kopien auf altem Papier ergänzt, ebenso wie die zwei letzten Blatt des Registers; Seite 1 durch Eckabriß mit Textverlust bei den gedruckten Randbemerkungen; Seite 2 mit hinterlegter Blattecke; wenige Blatt leicht fleckig u. mit Randläsuren; Schnitt schwarzfleckig; seltene feine Anstreichungen u. Marginalien, sonst ein gutes Expl.
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Hans-Jürgen Lange
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2014-11-28 22:28:46
anon
Paris: Jean Ribou, 1682. Fourth Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. Full contemporary calf, lightly worn, corners a little bumped. Two small tears, one in the preliminaries, one later on, obscuring a few letters, a few minor stains - a very attractive copy overall with 42 mostly full page woodcuts (often copied according to Vicaire) within the pagination. (viii), 480, (28)pp.Cagle 179 (the 1662 1st ed.), Vicaire 339, Notaker 625.7. A popular and likable plagiaristic jumble of cookery texts put together by the anonymous author with bits from Le Maistre d'Hostel (1659), Le Patissier and Confiturier François (1653), de Lune's Cuisinier (1656), and Livre fort Excellent (1555) along with quite a few original recipes. It was translated into English in 1682. All of the 17th century editions are scarce. Size: 8vo (octavo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Cooking, Wine & Dining; Inventory No: CAT000081.
Bookseller: Pazzo Books [US]
2014-11-23 10:05:12
MONTE, Philippe de 1521-1603
. 184 x 137 mm. plus margins. With letterpress text below engraving and to verso. Extracted from Bullart: Academie des Sciences et des Arts, Bruxelles, 1682.. Komma 256. "[Monte] was an important representative of the last generation of the great Flemish composers of the Renaissance, and was one of the major composers of Italian madrigals." Robert Lindell and Brian Mann in Grove online
Bookseller: J & J Lubrano Music Antiquarians LLC
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2014-11-06 21:47:03
MUNTING, A.
Amsterdam, Jan Rieuwertsz., 1682. 4to. pp. (40), 656, (20), with engraved frontispiece and 40 engraved plates. Contemporary vellum. Second edition, first published in 1672. Abraham Munting (1626-1683) was the son of Hendrik Munting, who had founded in 1642 a botanical garden situated within the fortification circuit of Groningen known as the 'Paradise of Groningen', with its hothouses and forcing frames. It was famous throughout Europe and a place of horticultural pilgrimage. His son, Abraham, director of the garden from 1658, greatly enlarged the garden. The 'Waare oeffening der Planten' describes to a large extend trees and plants of the garden. The work was expanded to a folio format adding new text and plates and appeared in Dutch 'Naaukeurige Beschryving der Aardgewassen' in 1696 and Latin 'Phytographia curiosa' 1702. Our copy seems to lack the last leaf. The Register is complete but there is a small supplementary register 'Register Eeniger vernaamste Gedenkweerdigheden', which should have one more leaf. However of the above edition we have 2 copies both lacking this last leaf. The present copy is most likely an early issue.//Provenance: Signature on free endpaper 'Amico M. Slakman, Hugo de Vries Dec. 1932'//Hunt 363; Nissen BBI, 1430; Paradisus Batavus, 40.
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2014-11-06 03:58:12
LEYBOURN, William.:
London, printed for Awnsham Churchill, 1682.Shewing, how to make all such dials, and to adorn them with all useful furniture, relating to the course of the sun. Performed, arithmetically, geometrically, instrumentally and mechanically: and illustrated by sculptures, engraven in copper. Comprised in XI. distinct tractates, the contents whereof follow next after the Preface to the Reader. Collected, methodised and published by William Leybourn. FIRST EDITION 1682 of expanded version of Leybourn's Art of Dialling first published in (1669), small folio, approximately 295 x 200 mm, 11½ x 7¾ inches, portrait frontispiece, 23 engraved plates, of which 10 folding, plus 3 engravings in the text, pages: [12], 76, 89 - 187, [13], 189 - 192, 12, 181 - 226, 273 - 330, [2], pagination is somewhat irregular but register is continuous, collation: (pi2), a2 - b2, B2 - V2, Aa2 - Qq2, Rr4 - Uu4, Xx2,Yy6, Zz2, [a]2 - [c]2, Aaa2 - Lll2, Mmm1, Aaaa2 - Pppp2 ( - Pppp2 - a blank), bound in quarter calf over marbled sides, raised bands, gilt rules, tiny gilt motif in compartments, gilt lettered red morocco label. Boards worn with most of marbled paper missing, hinges starting to crack at head and tail, boards holding firmly, small chip at head of spine, portrait has been cut down and mounted inexpertly resulting in some wrinkling, pale damp stain in top margin, paper joint between endpaper and title page cracked, part of rear endpaper torn away, early inscription and 2 tiny repairs on title page, very occasional small stain to margins, 1 or 2 stains on text, no loss, 2 closed tears to blank part of … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-11-05 18:58:58
Becher, Johann Joachim:
Frankfurt, Schiele 1682.. 4 Bll., 810 S., 18 Bll. Prgt. d. Zt. 4°. VD 17, 23:238915 Z; Dünnhaupt I, 448, 32.1; Ferchl S. 31; Bolten I, 289; Duveen S. 57; Brüning I, 2504; Wellcome II, 125. - Erste Ausgabe der berühmten Sammlung von chemisch-alchemistischen Verfahren, nach dem Material in 20 Teile abgeteilt, so dass jeder Teil eine Art Konkordanz darstellt. Eine der letzten Schriften des Nationalökonoms und Naturwissenschaftlers J. J. Becher. Zu Lebzeiten wenig beachtet, waren seine Schriften von erheblicher Bedeutung für die Entwicklung der modernen Chemie, insbesondere durch Ihren Einfluss auf G. E. Stahl, der auch die 1755 erschienene Neubearbeitung des `Chymischen Glucks-Hafens` besorgte. - Einband etwas fleckig. Minimal gebräunt. Insgesamt sehr gutes Exemplar!
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2014-11-05 18:58:58
Becher, Johann Joachim:
Frankfurt, Schiele 1682.. 4 Bll., 810 S., 18 Bll. Prgt. d. Zt. 4°.. VD 17, 23:238915 Z; Dünnhaupt I, 448, 32.1; Ferchl S. 31; Bolten I, 289; Duveen S. 57; Brüning I, 2504; Wellcome II, 125. - Erste Ausgabe der berühmten Sammlung von chemisch-alchemistischen Verfahren, nach dem Material in 20 Teile abgeteilt, so dass jeder Teil eine Art Konkordanz darstellt. Eine der letzten Schriften des Nationalökonoms und Naturwissenschaftlers J. J. Becher. Zu Lebzeiten wenig beachtet, waren seine Schriften von erheblicher Bedeutung für die Entwicklung der modernen Chemie, insbesondere durch Ihren Einfluss auf G. E. Stahl, der auch die 1755 erschienene Neubearbeitung des 'Chymischen Glucks-Hafens' besorgte. - Einband etwas fleckig. Minimal gebräunt. Insgesamt sehr gutes Exemplar!
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2014-11-02 16:18:20
LEYBOURN, William.:
London, printed for Awnsham Churchill, 1682.. Shewing, how to make all such dials, and to adorn them with all useful furniture, relating to the course of the sun. Performed, arithmetically, geometrically, instrumentally and mechanically: and illustrated by sculptures, engraven in copper. Comprised in XI. distinct tractates, the contents whereof follow next after the Preface to the Reader. Collected, methodised and published by William Leybourn. FIRST EDITION 1682 of expanded version of Leybourn's Art of Dialling first published in (1669), small folio, approximately 295 x 200 mm, 11½ x 7¾ inches, portrait frontispiece, 23 engraved plates, of which 10 folding, plus 3 engravings in the text, pages: [12], 76, 89-187, [13], 189-192, 12, 181-226, 273-330, [2], pagination is somewhat irregular but register is continuous, collation: (pi2), a2-b2, B2-V2, Aa2-Qq2, Rr4-Uu4, Xx2,Yy6, Zz2, [a]2-[c]2, Aaa2-Lll2, Mmm1, Aaaa2-Pppp2 (-Pppp2 - a blank), bound in quarter calf over marbled sides, raised bands, gilt rules, tiny gilt motif in compartments, gilt lettered red morocco label. Boards worn with most of marbled paper missing, hinges starting to crack at head and tail, boards holding firmly, small chip at head of spine, portrait has been cut down and mounted inexpertly resulting in some wrinkling, pale damp stain in top margin, paper joint between endpaper and title page cracked, part of rear endpaper torn away, early inscription and 2 tiny repairs on title page, very occasional small stain to margins, 1 or 2 stains on text, no loss, 2 closed tears to blank part of 1 plate with ol … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-10-25 18:19:14
Francisco Núñez de Cepeda
A costa de Anisson, y Posuel León. Primera edición. 1682. 15h+703Pág. Piel, ruedas y dorados. 24X18. Contiene 42 Magníficos grabados, los autores Claudio Coello, Francisco Houat y Matt Ogier. Una de las Obras mas bonitas en grabados del siglo XVII, de los cuales uno es el logo de la tienda. Eclesiástico. Raríssima Obra. Ref 9.5 Biblioteca A.. 1ª Edición. Encuadernación de tapa dura. Excelente.
Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Marc & Antiques
2014-10-25 18:19:14
Francisco Núñez de Cepeda
A costa de Anisson, y Posuel León. Primera edición. 1682. 15h+703Pág. Piel, ruedas y dorados. 24X18. Contiene 42 Magníficos grabados, los autores Claudio Coello, Francisco Houat y Matt Ogier. Una de las Obras mas bonitas en grabados del siglo XVII, de los cuales uno es el logo de la tienda. Eclesiástico. Raríssima Obra. Ref 9.5 Biblioteca A.. 1ª Edición. Encuadernación de tapa dura. Excelente.
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2014-10-18 22:50:39
CHAMBERLAYNE, Peregrin Clifford
London: William Crook, 1682. 1st Edition. Hardcover. "12mo - over 6¾ - 7¾"" tall" "12mo (133x77 mm). [16], 140 pp. Contemporary full calf (rubbed and scuffed, spine ends chipped, hinges repaired). Title page with paper repair to upper margin (not affecting text but with partial loss of ruled border), lacking front endpaper, internally little browned and soiled. Still good copy of an impossibly rare work. Wing, C1861. - First edition (a second edition was printed in 1685) of this introduction into geography which included matter relating to America. It contains 17 chapters and A TABLE ""Of the Modern Names of all the Countries, Provinces, Islands, Cities, Towns, Hills, Seas, Lakes, and Rivers contained in this Book, reduced to an Alphabetical Order, and directing where they may be found in the Maps. Also shewing how the most noted of them were called anciently."" Exceedingly rare work, only 2 copies listed on COPAC (Oxford and Cambridge) plus one imperfect copy in the Huntington Library. No copy recorded at auction." good.
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2014-10-14 08:36:39
London: Printed for R. Read, 1682. Modern marbled wraps, lightly browned and a bit of staining, but a good usable copy; 32 pages The first reissue of the arguments made at mid-century by some of the most eminent lawyers and judges of Stuart England, including Serjeant Maynard and Sir Matthew Hale, appearing as the great threat to London's independence was mounted by Charles II
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2014-10-13 10:04:34
Prise de Maestricht.
Copperengraving from P. melchor de Novar after a drawing from Capt. ledesma. ca. 1682 (34x26,5 cm).
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2014-10-09 21:21:26
SWAMMERDAM, J.
Ou l'on expose clairement la manière lente & presqu' insensible de l'accroissement de leurs membres, & ou l'on decouvre evidemment l'erreur ou l'on tombe d'ordinaire au sujet de leur prétendué transformation. Utrecht, G. de Walcheren, 1682. Small-4to. pp. (8), 215, (1), with woodcut title-vignette, 1 folded table and 13 (10 folded) engraved plates. Contemporary boards, spine with 2 red gilt lettered labels. Hagen II, 209; Horn & Schenkling 21794; Nissen ZBI, 4054. First French edition; the original Dutch edition was published in 1669, entitled 'Historia Insectorum generalis'. "Swammerdam's thesis about insects was fundamentally new and significant. For his contemporaries, as for Aristotle, there existed three good arguments, that not only placed the insects far from the higher animals, but even tended to remove them from the realm of subjects open to scientific study. These arguments were: insects lack internal anatomy; they originate by spontaneous generation; and they develop by metamorphosis. Swammerdam believed that all three arguments were false and devoted a wide variety of investigations to refute these ideas" (D.S.B. XIII, pp. 168-175). One leaf with 2 small tears.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat JUNK B.V. (Natural History Booksellers since 1899) [Netherlands]
2014-10-03 15:53:16
HAPPEL, Eberhard Werner.
Hamburg, Thomas von Wiering, ... 1682.. 8° (2 Bl.), 112 S.; 64 S., mit 2 gef. Holzschnitttaf.; 63 S. mit 1 gef., gest. Taf.; 48 S., mit 3 gef., gest. Taf.; 44 S., (2 Bl.), mit 1 gef., gest. Taf.; 48 S., mit 1 gef., gest. Taf.; 64 S., mit 2 gef. Holzschnittaf. u. 3 gef., gest. Taf.; 102 (=112) S., mit 4 gef., gest. Taf.; (8 Bl.); 176 S., mit 7 (von 9) gef., gest. Taf. (1 Tafel fehlt, von 1 Tafel lediglich noch schmaler Rand vorhanden); 120 S., mit 6 gef., gest. Taf.; 120 S., (4 Bl.) (Instrumentum Pacis), mit einigen, teilw. ganzseitigen Holzschnittillustrationen, Kopfleisten u. Initialen.. Reske, Buchdrucker, 342. VD17 23:300741L (elektronische Ressource) - aus der von Thomas von Wiering (1640-1703), Hamburger Buchdrucker, hrsg. Zeitschrift "Relations-Courier" zusammengestellte Jahresrückblicke, redigiert von Eberhard Werner Happel (1647-1690). Vorl. Band umfasst die Jahrgänge 1670-1679, jedes zusätzlich mit eigenem Titelblatt sowie, dazwischengebunden, eine "Kurtz verfasste Kayser-Chronica von Anfang Julius Caesar, biß ... jetzo glücklich Regierenden Leopoldum den Ersten ... Gedruckt im Jahr 1676" (8 Bl.), und einen Anhang mit bis 1680 geschlossenen Friedens-Traktaten. Schweinslederband d. Zeit, mit Streicheisenlinien, Einbanddeckel verziert mit Rollen u. Plattenstempeln in Blindprägung, versehen mit zwei funktionsfähigen Metallschließen. Die beigegebenen Holzschnitt- u. Kupfertafeln sind, bis auf zwei, komplett, jedoch gebrauchs- u. altersbedingt, teilw. stärker ein- bzw. ganz durchgerissen, bei einigen wurden die Risse (bzw. eine Tafel ganz) hinterklebt. Seiten sonst gut … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-10-01 16:14:43
Schweizer Leichenpredigten
- Umfangreicher Sammelband mit tls. nicht nachweisbaren Leichenpredigten (z.B.: I, IV, VI, VIII, IX, X, XIV, XV, XVII, XVIII nicht im VD 17).- Enth.: I) Werenfels Peter, Christliche Leich-predigt, von Davids Thraenen und Gebätt in seiner Kranckheit. Basel, J. Bertsche (1682). 32 S.- II) Seyler F., Die Hochheit und Sterblichkeit der Regenten auf Erden, oder christliche Leichpredigt. Basel, E. König d. Ä. (1706). 48 S.- III) Merian Andrea, Göttlicher Wäisen und Wittwen Trost, an die Hand gegeben. in einer christlichen Leich-Predigt. Basel, Gebr. Thurneysen (1715). 32 S.- IV) Seyler Friederich, Pauli des Apostels Testament, oder Letzter Wille: Das ist, dritte Christliche Leich-Predigt. Basel, J. Bertsche 1696. 40 S.- V) Battler Friedrich, Der mit ewiger Freude und Herrlichkeit belohnte getreue Knecht Gottes, vorgestellet in einer Christlichen Leich-Predigt. Basel, E. u. J. R. Thurneysen 1722. 36 S.- VI). Werenfelß Peter, Der Christen Ruhm, Christi Creutz. Basel, J. R. Genath 1694. 28 .- VII) Werenfelß Peter, Christliche Leich-predigt, von dem Haupt-Trost, betreffend die Befreuyung von der Verdamnuß. Basel, J. Werenfelß 1703. 32 S.- VIII) Seyler Friedrich, Gottseliger Wittwen Spiegel oder schrifftmässige Erklärung der worten Pauli. Basel, J. Bertsche 1695. 35 S.- IX) Episcopius Nicolaus M., Christliche Leich-predigt, von dem Ampt rechtschaffener Lehreren und Zuhöreren Göttlichen Worts. Basel, J. Werenfelß 1693. 44 S.- X) Werenfelß Peter, Christliche Leich-predigt, von der Begird nach dem himmlischen Vaterland. Basel, J. Werenfelß 1698. 32 S.- XI) Seyler Friedrich, Gläubiger See … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Müller
2014-09-30 19:00:51
Glanvill,Joseph] (1636-1680) and Reverend Dr.[George] Rust [Annotations by Henry More]
London: James Collins and Sam. Lowndes 1st first edition, 1682, 1683. Hardcover. Good. Lacks frontispiece (supplied in facsimile). 5 complete titlepages for the TWO WORKS in One Volume. Octavo newer calf spined marbled boards (tips rubbed/sl.marked) lacks engraved frontis leaf as does the British Library copy but here supplied in facsimile mounted onto old fly leaf. Collation: [46]pp (inc. Titlepage in red & black, titlepage to Lux Orentalis dated 1682 & prelims) +151pp +[13]pp (inc. titlepage to Discourse of Truth dated 1682) +165-195 +[7]pp (inc. titlepage to Annotations upon the Two foregoing Treatises "by one not unexercized in these kinds of Speculation" dated 1682) +171pp +[7]pp (inc. titlepage to Annotations upon the Discourse of Truth .. Dr.Henry More dated 1683) +173-276 +[4]pp catalogue of books printed for Lowndes. Lacks pp131-2 (leaf supplied in facsimile). Titlepage browned/dusty with old name Joh: Wetherby to margin, corners rounded, margins bit chipped, 2nd title with another name blank verso of previous page, marginal paper repair to dedication page not touching print, other signs of use and a few pages at the beginning and end have marginal damp marks. Several inscriptions on blanks facing later titlepages inc. ownership poem dated Dublin 1795. *Glanvill wrote several books on occult matters the most famous being "Saducismus Triumphatus .. evidence concerning Witches and Apparitions". Here he defends belief in the prior existence of souls and thus reincarnation, also tied in with belief in ghosts, but as a sceptic he seeks empirical proof. His views and D … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Abbey Antiquarian Books [Blockley, GLOS, United Kingdom]
2014-09-29 17:26:15
Gali et Ramon, Hieronymus
1682. Guidance for Catalonian Notaries Gali et Ramon, Hieronymus. Opera Artis Notariae, Theoricam Simul, Et Practicam Eruditionem Complectentia. Barcelona: Ex Typographia Hyacinthi Andreu, 1682. [xii], 672 [i.e. 674], [16] pp. Folio (12" x 8"). Contemporary limp vellum, early calligraphic title to spine, ties lacking, endpapers renewed. Light soiling, spine slightly darkened, minor spotting to boards, some wear to spine ends and corners, two tiny chips to front joint. Title page, with woodcut vignette, printed within typographical border, woodcut typographical head-pieces. Light toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, faint dampspotting, mostly to margins, faint dampstaining to heads of preliminaries and the next few leaves, internally clean. Ex-library. Bookplate to front pastedown. A nice copy of a rare title. * First edition. In the civil and canon law systems of seventeenth-century Europe notaries occupied an important place in the legal hierarchy analogous to a present-day British solicitor. Ramon's handbook addresses the needs of a canon-law notary in Catalonia. It is an excellent source of information about notarial practices in that part of Spain. A second edition was published in 1684. Including both edition, OCLC locates 3 copies in North America, 1 in a law library (Harvard, which has a first edition). Palau, Manual del Librero Hispano-Americano 96728.
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2014-09-29 07:42:24
Corneille:
Paris, Chez Pierre Traboüill et, au Palais, en la Galerie des Prisonnies, à l`Image S. Hubert, & à la Fortune proche le Greffe des Eaux & Forests 1682. 591 S. Halbledereinband mit dreiseitigem Farbschnitt. Zustand: Buchrücken mit Riß, innensauber, insgesamt noch guterhaltenes u. seltenes Exemplar. Sprache: Französisch Gewicht in Gramm: 550 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat an der Uni Muenchen [München, Germany]
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