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2018-06-12 06:20:39
ROHAULT, Jacques.
London: G. Wells & A. Swalle, 1682. Octavo (188 x 117 mm). Contemporary panelled calf, spine label absent, red edges. Joints rubbed and just split at head and tail, a couple of neat old tape repairs to verso of plates, occasional toning. A very good copy. 17 engraved diagrammatic folding plates. First London edition, following the Geneva Latin edition of 1674; originally published as Traité de physique (Paris: Charles Savreux, 1671). This edition is dedicated to the physician Thomas Short (1635-1685); Pepys owned a copy (item 1278 in the catalogue of his library). Through the English version of the theologian and philosopher Samuel Clarke (1675-1729) - known familiarly as "Clarke's Rohault" (1697) - it became the standard textbook for half a century, going through numerous editions. Decidedly uncommon: ESTC cites copies at just seven British and Irish institutional libraries (BL, Oxford, Cambridge, Hereford Cathedral, Newcastle, Wellcome, Trinity College Dublin), 12 copies in North America, one at the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin, one at Monash University Library. "Born at Amiens, Rohault [1618-1672] studied in the Jesuit college of his home city and then moved to Paris, where he became known as a professor of mathematics. He was the son-in-law of Claude Clerselier, the editor of Descartes' unpublished writings, and as a result of this connection became a lightning rod of the Cartesian movement in France. Besides hosting some of the most famous Parisian conferences of his time - 'the Wednesday meetings' - Rohault got actively involved in the dissemination of Cartesianism by s … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2018-06-07 15:58:11
Quintus Horatius Flaccus; Horace
ont E Typographia Regia : Parisiis. 1682. Hardcover. Book, A scarce royal quarto edition of leading Roman lyric poet Horace's works. Embellished throughout, with many head pieces in addition to illuminated letters. In a lovely morocco binding with the coat of arms/Royal Standard of France of the Bourbon Restoration to the front and rear boards. This arms has three fleur-de-lis, a crown and the Order of the Holy Spirit. In the original Latin. Collated, complete with half title and engraved title page as called for. Title page has a small closed tear to the page edge. Horace's Odes were regarded by many, including the rhetorician Quintilian, as the only Latin lyrics worth reading. Horace Condition: In a full straight grained morocco binding. Externally, generally smart with rubbing to the joints and to the spine. Loss to the head and tail of spine. Small loss to the extremities. Patches of rubbing to the boards. Joints are starting but firm due to cracks at the head and tail. Endpapers are cockled due to light damp staining. Internally, firmly bound. Pages have light tidemarks to edges. Engraved title page has small tear. Light spotting to pages with some offsetting from tailpieces, heaviest to pages 243, 285 and 302 not affecting the text. Overall Condition: Good. Very Good.
Bookseller: Rooke Books PBFA [Bath, United Kingdom]
2018-06-04 05:56:11
JAMES SANDELANDS AND ROBERT WADE
1682. No binding. Fine. Manuscript Document Signed. To William Markham. ""Upland"" [Chester, Pa.]. June 12, 1682. 1 page. Offered with Inventory# 21752, described below. ""... there are ffour Comissionrs who by the order & command of ye said Lord [Baltimore], have beene & are waiting ... ever since ye tenth day instant, for ye Running ye Division Lyne...""Sandelands and Wade, two members of Pennsylvania's first Provincial Council, alert Deputy Governor Markham of the arrival of Lord Baltimore's commissioners to Augustine Hermann's estate, near the disputed border between Maryland and Pennsylvania. Baltimore's commissioners sought to locate the 40th degree of latitude, the dividing line established by King Charles I's original charter for Maryland. Markham did not come, choosing to wait for Penn's arrival, most likely because he knew that an accurate measurement of the 40˚ line would deprive Pennsylvania of an outlet on the Chesapeake, and perhaps cause them to lose Philadelphia. Complete Transcript Upland [now Chester] June 12th, 1682May it please ye GovernorHere being a Messenger this day come to Upland with Letters from ye Lord Baltamore for you, which messenger also acquainting us that there are ffour Comissionrs who by the order & comand of ye said Lord, have beene & are waiting at Augustine Hermons in Bohemia River ever since ye tenth day instant, for ye Running ye Division Lyne; which being unexpectedly done in yor absence; by reason (as it seems) yt ye messenger by you sent to ye Lord came with yor message to him three days after ye Comissions was come forth f … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Seth Kaller, Inc. [US]
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2018-06-04 05:56:11
Devonshire House Meeting, London, England, 1682. 30-1⁄4 x 25-1⁄2 inches. Parchment sheet. Folds; soiled, stained, especially at right margin, not affecting sense; lettering rubbed or worn at places, but all legible; good. 30-1⁄4 x 25-1⁄2 inches. TRANS-ATLANTIC TRADE - PRINTING HISTORY - QUAKERS. An important 17th century Quaker marriage certificate documenting key interconnecting players in the London and Trans-Atlantic Book world of printers and publishers Biographical John Bringhurst (1655c-1699) apprenticed to stationer Andrew Toaler and also famed printer Andrew Sowle in London. Made a freeman about a year before this marriage in 1682, Bringhurst entered the business as publisher and stationer, increasing his reputation until he became identified as the printer and publisher for the Society of Friends. His business thrived, his publications were many, and he prospered. This career was not without trouble-free incident, notably Bringhurst was arrested and pilloried for his 1683 George Fox's Primer. Bringhurst had originally established his business at Gracechurch Street, London, but then removed to the Sign of the Book and the Three Black Birds near Black Bull and Colchester Arms. What happened to Bringhurst after 1685 and his printing concern is unknown. Family history suggests after his incident with his George Fox Primer he was persecuted more intensely for his faith as a Quaker. Other evidence suggests he was eventually disowned by the Friends "...for printing a work by Quaker separatist William Rogers" [Landes]. It is k … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [US]
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2018-06-02 06:12:15
BLAEU, IOANNES.
Amsterdam, 1682 circa. Dal "Theatrum Sabaudiae", incisione in rame all'acquaforte, b/n, cm 48,5 x 64,2 (alla lastra) più margini. Intorno alla metà del XVII secolo, per il Ducato dei Savoia, attento al proprio ruolo politico, si imponeva la diffusione di un'immagine magnifica che solo un'opera editoriale di grandiose proporzioni avrebbe potuto assicurare: un libro figurato, ove immagini e testi risultassero reciproco completamento per la celebrazione della dinastia. Nasceva così, presso i Blaeu, intorno al 1661, il "Theatrum Statuum Regiae Celsitudinis Sabaudiae Ducis Pedemontii Principis Cypri Regis", manifesto politico del duca di Savoia, diretto a tutte le altri corti europee, opera che si sarebbe conclusa solo verso il 1682. Nell'opera (due volumi in folio), le incisioni si fanno testimonianza ed esaltazione della grandezza del sovrano: nel primo tomo, alle antiporte, ritratti, dediche e carte geografiche, fanno seguito le vedute della città capitale con le sue piazze, i suoi più insigni edifici civili e religiosi, le certose e le abbazie, i castelli e le altre strutture di difesa dello Stato, tutti attributi di decoro e magnificenza; seguono quindi le vedute delle principali città del ducato. Il secondo volume descrive le terre della Savoia, del Vercellese e del Monferrato, i monumenti storici e archeologici del ducato e le cose da contemplare, perché straordinarie. L'opera riproduceva grosso modo lo schema di precedenti imprese editoriali realizzate dai Blaeu (è chiaro il riferimento al "Teatro delle città principali delle Fiandre.."). Foglio interessato da uniforme i … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Botteghina D'arte Galleria Kúpros [IT]
2018-06-02 06:12:15
SAVOYEN ( Savoy ):
mit altem Flächenkolorit, ( teilweise goldgehöht ), 1682, 50 x 59 Koemann III, S. 340; Cena, Carte del Piemonte, Nr. 44. - Seltene Karte aus Blaeus Städtebuch von Italien. ( siehe Koemann Bl. 76 / Nr.1) = 1. Ausgabe. - Mit einer besonders prachtvollen Titelkartusche ( altkol.) unten links, darüber am rechten Rand zahlreiche altkol. Wappen. Am rechten Rand weitere zahlr. Wappen die von Engeln an einem Band gehalten werden. - Zeigt Savoyen mit dem Genfer See im Norden. - Die Bugfalte wurde restauriert.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2018-06-02 06:12:15
BLAEU, IOANNES.
Amsterdam, 1682 circa. Dal "Theatrum Sabaudiae", incisione in rame all'acquaforte, b/n, cm 51 x 59 (alla lastra), cm 57 x 66 (il foglio). In basso a sinistra, entro cartiglio, titolo e legenda dei luoghi con 14 rimandi numerati; in basso a destra, entro l'inciso. "Amstelodami Exc. Ioannes Blaeu". In alto ai lati due stemmi. Intorno alla metà del XVII secolo, per il Ducato dei Savoia, attento al proprio ruolo politico, si imponeva la diffusione di un'immagine magnifica che solo un'opera editoriale di grandiose proporzioni avrebbe potuto assicurare: un libro figurato, ove immagini e testi risultassero reciproco completamento per la celebrazione della dinastia. Nasceva così, presso i Blaeu, intorno al 1661, il "Theatrum Statuum Regiae Celsitudinis Sabaudiae Ducis Pedemontii Principis Cypri Regis", manifesto politico del duca di Savoia, diretto a tutte le altri corti europee, opera che si sarebbe conclusa solo verso il 1682. Nell'opera (due volumi in folio), le incisioni si fanno testimonianza ed esaltazione della grandezza del sovrano: nel primo tomo, alle antiporte, ritratti, dediche e carte geografiche, fanno seguito le vedute della città capitale con le sue piazze, i suoi più insigni edifici civili e religiosi, le certose e le abbazie, i castelli e le altre strutture di difesa dello Stato, tutti attributi di decoro e magnificenza; seguono quindi le vedute delle principali città del ducato. Il secondo volume descrive le terre della Savoia, del Vercellese e del Monferrato, i monumenti storici e archeologici del ducato e le cose da contemplare, perché straordinarie. L'opera ri … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Botteghina D'arte Galleria Kúpros [IT]
2018-06-01 06:07:56
ALCAFORADA, Mariana.]
The Hague, C. de Graef, 1682. 12mo. 192 pp. Nineteenth-century full green morocco [Capé] with raised bands, richly decorated gilt spine, triple gilt line border on both sides, inside dentelles, all edges gilt and marbled endpapers. (19th cent.shelf-ticket on upper pastedown, shoulder ends very slightly rubbed; in very good condition.) [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Brinkman, since 1954 / ILAB [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2018-06-01 06:07:56
[ALCAFORADA, M]
The Hague, C. de Graef, 1682. 12mo. 192 pp. Nineteenth-century full green morocco [Capé] with raised bands, richly decorated gilt spine, triple gilt line border on both sides, inside dentelles, all edges gilt and marbled endpapers. (19th cent.shelf-ticket on upper pastedown, shoulder ends very slightly rubbed; in very good condition.).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat BRINKMAN [Netherlands]
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2018-05-29 07:25:04
Du Val, Pierre
Paris: L'auteur, Nicolas Langlois., 1682. Very good. Decorated gilt back with 5 raised bands, red morocco label, gilt dentelles, marbled edges. Gilt and hand-coloured title pages. Complete text, 312 pp. and 49 hand-coloured maps and 10 hand-coloured and occasionally silver/gilt blazons / coats-of-arms. Vol. 1 of 2. Includes the famous map of California shown as an island. Normal wear to corners and edges. Discrete ex libris. Contemporary very small initials on first two pages. Occasional toning/staining to leaves, but generally clean, and does not affect illustrations.
Bookseller: Caelestica Rare Books [Sweden]
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2018-05-29 06:29:57
CLEYER (Andreas)
Frankfurt, Johann Peter Zubrodt, 1682. 1682 1 vol in-4° (190 x 155 mm) de: [2] ff. (titre et privilège) ; 48 pp. (de nombreux schémas dans le texte) ; 99 pp. (3 schémas dans le texte) ; [11] pp. (dont une planche gravée sur pleine page) ; 54 pp. ; [1] f. blanc ; 16 pp. (de nombreux schémas dans le texte) ; 29 planches gravées sur pleine page. (manque un titre gravé, quelques feuillets rognés courts avec atteintes au texte, rousseurs et feuillets roussis) Plein vélin ancien à recouvrement, dos lisse titré à l'encre, tranchefils traversant les coiffes, titre manuscrit, boitier de rangement de demi chagrin brun en toile. Edition originale du premier ouvrage illustré sur la médecine chinoise publié en Europe. Ces traductions du latin d'une version médiévale tardive du Mo cheh (Instructions relatives au pouls) et d'autres courts textes sont l'uvre du jésuite polonais Michael Boym (1612-1659). Ils ont été publiés, sans mention de Boym, par Andreas Cleyer (1634-1697), un médecin de la Compagnie néerlandaise des Indes orientales qui uvrait à Java dans les années 1660 et plus tard au Japon. Le seul ouvrage occidental imprimé antérieurement sur la médecine chinoise était une courte collection non illustrée de traductions jésuites d'uvres chinoises similaires intitulées : « Secrets de la médecine chinoise » (Grenoble 1671). Les textes traduits ici, dont plusieurs sont de Vam Xo Ho (ou Wang Shu-ho), traitent principalement des théories relatives au pouls, et le lien étroit avec l'acupuncture est largement discuté. Lun des chapitres donne des remèdes pour différents types de troubles d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: JF LETENNEUR LIVRES RARES [Saint Briac sur mer, France]
2018-05-24 13:42:47
MAURICEAU François
1682. gravures sur cuivre dans le texte + 13 planches HT gravées sur cuivre (position du foetus, sièges à accoucher, coupe du cordon, manoeuvres a effectuer, etc) Manque avec petite atteinte au texte aux 20 premiers feuillets. Aucune atteinte aux gravures.. Manques les pages de gardes. Reliure frottée avec petits manques aux coiffes. Manque de 5 mm à une charnière. Coins émoussés. Nonobstant bonne reliure d'époque d'un manuel très important pour l'histoire de l'obstétrique.Ouvrage de référence, véritable bible des accoucheurs et des sages femmes pendant deux siècles. Paru pour la première fois en 1668, ce texte fut traduit dans toutes les langues de l'Europe. Les figures du traité de Mauriceau ont été dessinées par Du Cerceau et gravées sur cuivre par Charles Audran. Une des planches représente des instruments, qui, sauf erreur, sont représentés pour la première fois dans cette édition. Cf. En Français dans le Texte, 107 et Garrison & Morton, 6147 pour l'édition originale du traité de Mauriceau paru en 1668 (premier traité d'obstétrique véritablement scientifique, exposant les connaissances avec rigueur et clarté.) Mauriceau, a parisian, was an ordinary surgeon and not a doctor of medicine, but his close observation and detailed studies of the fetus, the pregnant uterus, the female pelvis and the techniques of delivery made him a leading obstetrician of his time. The present work is a compendium of seven hundred case histories dealing with pregnancy and childbirth as well as with the diseases and problems of the newborn. Mauriceau's case histories are models of clear and su … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Editions et régions. La bouquinerie [FR]
2018-05-21 05:48:55
CLEYER (Andreas)
Frankfurt, Johann Peter Zubrodt, 1682. 1682 1 vol in-4° (190 x 155 mm) de: [2] ff. (titre et privilège) ; 48 pp. (de nombreux schémas dans le texte) ; 99 pp. (3 schémas dans le texte) ; [11] pp. (dont une planche gravée sur pleine page) ; 54 pp. ; [1] f. blanc ; 16 pp. (de nombreux schémas dans le texte) ; 29 planches gravées sur pleine page. (manque un titre gravé, quelques feuillets rognés courts avec atteintes au texte, rousseurs et feuillets roussis) Plein vélin ancien à recouvrement, dos lisse titré à l'encre, tranchefils traversant les coiffes, titre manuscrit, boitier de rangement de demi chagrin brun en toile. Edition originale du premier ouvrage illustré sur la médecine chinoise publié en Europe. Ces traductions du latin d'une version médiévale tardive du Mo cheh (Instructions relatives au pouls) et d'autres courts textes sont l'uvre du jésuite polonais Michael Boym (1612-1659). Ils ont été publiés, sans mention de Boym, par Andreas Cleyer (1634-1697), un médecin de la Compagnie néerlandaise des Indes orientales qui uvrait à Java dans les années 1660 et plus tard au Japon. Le seul ouvrage occidental imprimé antérieurement sur la médecine chinoise était une courte collection non illustrée de traductions jésuites d'uvres chinoises similaires intitulées : « Secrets de la médecine chinoise » (Grenoble 1671). Les textes traduits ici, dont plusieurs sont de Vam Xo Ho (ou Wang Shu-ho), traitent principalement des théories relatives au pouls, et le lien étroit avec l'acupuncture est largement discuté. Lun des chapitres donne des remèdes pour différents types de troubles d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: JF LETENNEUR LIVRES RARES [Saint Briac sur mer, France]
2018-05-20 10:18:22
MOLIÈRE
Paris, Denys Thierry, Claude Barbin, Pierre Trabouillet, 16828 vol. (98 x 162 mm) de (12 ff.), 304 pp., (4 ff. 2 derniers blancs), 4 planches ; 416 pp., (2 ff.), 5 planches ; 308 pp., (2 ff.), 5 planches ; 296 pp., (2 ff.), 3 planches ; 335 pp. mal chiffrées 535, 3 planches ; 93, 195 pp., (2 ff.), 1 planche ; 261 pp., (1 f.); 312 pp. Maroquin rouge, dos à cinq nerfs joliment ornés, triple filet doré en encadrement sur les plats, filet doré sur coupes, tranches dorées, dentelle intérieure (Capé). Édition collective complète et édition originale pour six pièces des Oeuvres posthumes, aux volumes VII et VIII : Don Garcie de Navarre, L'Impromptu de Versailles, Don Juan ou le Festin de Pierre, Mélicerte, Les Amants magnifiques et la Comtesse d'Escarbagnas n'avaient en effet jamais été publiées du vivant de l'auteur, et les éditions séparées de ces pièces sont toutes postérieures à cette collective de 1682. La collection des OEuvres, donnée après la mort de l'auteur, fut composée sur ses manuscrits par les comédiens Vivot et Charles Varlet de La Grange, amis de Molière et anciens comédiens de l'Illustre théâtre, qui y introduisirent les jeux de scène. " Avec l'aide discrète d'Armande Béjart, veuve de Molière, La Grange assuma la survie de la troupe. Armande lui remit tous les manuscrits des pièces non publiées et, en collaboration avec Vivot, il transmit à la postérité tous les ouvrages du Maître disparu" (En français dans le texte, n° 119).Outre la préface, qui donne la plus ancienne biographie de Molière, cette édition est considérée comme la meilleure collective du XVIIème siè … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Walden [France, Orléans]
2018-05-14 16:10:53
PAZ (Juan de).
Hispali (Sevilla), Ex Officina Thomae Lopez de Haro, (c.1682). in-8. 12ff. 239pp. Plein vélin souple, fleurons dorés au centre des plats et dans les angles, double filet d'encadrement doré, tranches dorées (reliure de l'époque). Très rare édition imprimée à Séville de l'un des premiers ouvrages sur le Vietnam. Destiné aux Dominicains espagnols missionnaires du Tonkin, il dresse, sous forme de 274 questions avec leurs réponses, un tableau complet de la société tonkinoise,: lois, gouvernement, mœurs, religion, économie (avec notamment des chapitres sur l'usure et les taxes), etc. L'ouvrage avait vu le jour deux ans plus tôt dans une introuvable édition imprimée sur papier de riz à Manille, où l'auteur avait été recteur de l'Université Santo Tomás. Précieux exemplaire relié à l'époque en vélin doré. Il provient de la bibliothèque du bibliophile péruvien le Marquis José Agustín Pardo de Figueroa (1695-1747), qui fut l'un des premiers grands bibliophiles sud-américains avec une impressionnante bibliothèque de plus de 10 000 ouvrages. D'origine créole, il occupa de hautes fonctions au sein de l'administration coloniale du Pérou, et fut notamment maire de Cuzco. Son ex-libris gravé est collé au verso du premier plat. Marque de feu "SF" sur les tranches de tête et de queue. Bel exemplaire. Palau, 215716. Cordier, 1942 (pour l'édition originale de Manille). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2018-05-12 04:55:40
Doctoral Diploma of the University of Rome
ELEGANTLY WRITTEN DOCTORAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL AND CANON LAW GRANTED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF ROME. Decorated document on parchment, in Latin, Italy, Rome, April 10, 1682. Dimensions 447 x 610 mm. One sheet, written in italic script in thirty long lines, framed on three sides with a gold rule, headings and names in gold capitals, one six-line gold initial, stamp on lower margin with the initials "S.B." and motto "Elevat Et Illustrat." BINDING: Unbound; folded. TEXT: Doctoral diplomas such as this were proud symbols of the new graduate's place in society. The history of the Roman universities has been a subject of much recent scholarship, making this diploma in civil and canon law from the University of Rome, or Studium Urbis (today the Università degli Studi de Roma "La Sapienza") of particular interest to scholars studying the history of education, the city of Rome, and the papal curia. It is a very attractive object (perfect for exhibitions celebrating graduations or the history of script) and is equally of interest to modern calligraphers. PROVENANCE: Written in Rome and granted on April 11, 1682. CONDITION: Part of reverse darkened and soiled, upper margins slightly soiled, seal lacking, otherwise well preserved. Full description and images available. (TM 715)
Bookseller: Les Enluminures [US]
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2018-05-11 14:39:29
Doctoral Diploma of the University of Rome
ELEGANTLY WRITTEN DOCTORAL DIPLOMA IN CIVIL AND CANON LAW GRANTED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF ROME. Decorated document on parchment, in Latin, Italy, Rome, April 10, 1682. Dimensions 447 x 610 mm. One sheet, written in italic script in thirty long lines, framed on three sides with a gold rule, headings and names in gold capitals, one six-line gold initial, stamp on lower margin with the initials "S.B." and motto "Elevat Et Illustrat." BINDING: Unbound; folded. TEXT: Doctoral diplomas such as this were proud symbols of the new graduate's place in society. The history of the Roman universities has been a subject of much recent scholarship, making this diploma in civil and canon law from the University of Rome, or Studium Urbis (today the Università degli Studi de Roma "La Sapienza") of particular interest to scholars studying the history of education, the city of Rome, and the papal curia. It is a very attractive object (perfect for exhibitions celebrating graduations or the history of script) and is equally of interest to modern calligraphers. PROVENANCE: Written in Rome and granted on April 11, 1682. CONDITION: Part of reverse darkened and soiled, upper margins slightly soiled, seal lacking, otherwise well preserved. Full description and images available. (TM 715)
Bookseller: Les Enluminures (ABAA & ILAB) [Chicago, IL, U.S.A.]
2018-05-07 08:00:35
CLEYER (Andreas)
Frankfurt, Johann Peter Zubrodt, 1682. 1682 1 vol in-4° (190 x 155 mm) de: [2] ff. (titre et privilège) ; 48 pp. (de nombreux schémas dans le texte) ; 99 pp. (3 schémas dans le texte) ; [11] pp. (dont une planche gravée sur pleine page) ; 54 pp. ; [1] f. blanc ; 16 pp. (de nombreux schémas dans le texte) ; 29 planches gravées sur pleine page. (manque un titre gravé, quelques feuillets rognés courts avec atteintes au texte, rousseurs et feuillets roussis) Plein vélin ancien à recouvrement, dos lisse titré à l'encre, tranchefils traversant les coiffes, titre manuscrit, boitier de rangement de demi chagrin brun en toile. Edition originale du premier ouvrage illustré sur la médecine chinoise publié en Europe. Ces traductions du latin d'une version médiévale tardive du Mo cheh (Instructions relatives au pouls) et d'autres courts textes sont l'uvre du jésuite polonais Michael Boym (1612-1659). Ils ont été publiés, sans mention de Boym, par Andreas Cleyer (1634-1697), un médecin de la Compagnie néerlandaise des Indes orientales qui uvrait à Java dans les années 1660 et plus tard au Japon. Le seul ouvrage occidental imprimé antérieurement sur la médecine chinoise était une courte collection non illustrée de traductions jésuites d'uvres chinoises similaires intitulées : « Secrets de la médecine chinoise » (Grenoble 1671). Les textes traduits ici, dont plusieurs sont de Vam Xo Ho (ou Wang Shu-ho), traitent principalement des théories relatives au pouls, et le lien étroit avec l'acupuncture est largement discuté. Lun des chapitres donne des remèdes pour différents types de troubles d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: JF LETENNEUR LIVRES RARES [Saint Briac sur mer, France]
2018-04-28 07:14:25
CLEYER (Andreas)
Frankfurt, Johann Peter Zubrodt, 1682. 1682 1 vol in-4° (190 x 155 mm) de: [2] ff. (titre et privilège) ; 48 pp. (de nombreux schémas dans le texte) ; 99 pp. (3 schémas dans le texte) ; [11] pp. (dont une planche gravée sur pleine page) ; 54 pp. ; [1] f. blanc ; 16 pp. (de nombreux schémas dans le texte) ; 29 planches gravées sur pleine page. (manque un titre gravé, quelques feuillets rognés courts avec atteintes au texte, rousseurs et feuillets roussis) Plein vélin ancien à recouvrement, dos lisse titré à l'encre, tranchefils traversant les coiffes, titre manuscrit, boitier de rangement de demi chagrin brun en toile. Edition originale du premier ouvrage illustré sur la médecine chinoise publié en Europe. Ces traductions du latin d'une version médiévale tardive du Mo cheh (Instructions relatives au pouls) et d'autres courts textes sont l'uvre du jésuite polonais Michael Boym (1612-1659). Ils ont été publiés, sans mention de Boym, par Andreas Cleyer (1634-1697), un médecin de la Compagnie néerlandaise des Indes orientales qui uvrait à Java dans les années 1660 et plus tard au Japon. Le seul ouvrage occidental imprimé antérieurement sur la médecine chinoise était une courte collection non illustrée de traductions jésuites d'uvres chinoises similaires intitulées : « Secrets de la médecine chinoise » (Grenoble 1671). Les textes traduits ici, dont plusieurs sont de Vam Xo Ho (ou Wang Shu-ho), traitent principalement des théories relatives au pouls, et le lien étroit avec l'acupuncture est largement discuté. Lun des chapitres donne des remèdes pour différents types de troubles d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: JF LETENNEUR LIVRES RARES [Saint Briac sur mer, France]
2018-04-28 07:14:25
Wedel, Georg Wolfgang.
Jena Krebs für Bielke, 1682. (13 x 7,5 cm). (24) 96 S.; (22) 96 (17) S. Mit 1 Kupfertafel. Lederband der Zeit mit Rückenvergoldung. Zweite Auflage der beiden erstmals 1672 bzw. 1675 gedruckten Werke über die flüchtigen Salze der Pflanzen. - Wedel (1645-1721), Professor für Medizin in Jena und fürstlich sächsischer Leibarzt, "gehört zu den berühmtesten Universitätslehrern des 17. Jahrhunderts" (ADB). Anfangs entschiedener Gegner der Alchemie, wandte er sich ihr nach einer längeren Auslandsreise doch zu. Hier eines der wenigen Werke, die sich mit Chemie beschäftigen. - Leicht gebräunt bzw. braunfleckig. Einband etwas berieben und bestoßen, sonst gut erhalten. - Ferchl 570; Partington II, 316, III; Hirsch/H. V, 875; Ferguson II, 536; Brüning 2529; vgl. Duveen 613 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Gerhard Gruber [Heilbronn, Germany]
2018-04-26 10:44:52
Vignola Barozzi Iacopo
In Bologna, per Gioseffo Longhi, 1682. In 4°, bel cart. rustico posteriore, 1cb-(6ccnn)-pp.145-(7ccnn). Doppio front. di cui uno figurato inc. in rame (tempio marmoreo con angeli che sorreggono un cippo con tit. dell'opera incisa, mezzo busto dell'a. tra le colonne del tempio, in basso veduta della città di Bologna), piccolo stemma araldico inc. in rame al front., capilettera xilografati, al colophon inc. xilografica raffigurante la personificazione di Bologna ("Bononia docet"). Con molte incisioni in xilografia e in rame, alcune a piena p., di grande fascino. Copia priva delle pp.87-88 il cui testo, in piena epoca settecentesca, ù stato mirabilmente ricopiato ad inchiostro, come pure la tav. che doveva essere alla p. 88 magnificamente ricostruita. Copia con alcune vecchie mancanze restaurate al tempo, senza perdita di testo, qq. alone assai tenue a poche pp. e alcuni piccoli interventi di restauro conservativo sparsi n.t. Compless. buona copia. Bella e pregevole edizione. (Cfr. Riccardi, vol.I, c.87-88)
Bookseller: TABERNA LIBRARIA - ALAI - ILAB [Pistoia, Italy]
2018-04-25 15:12:02
CLEYER (Andreas)
Frankfurt, Johann Peter Zubrodt, 1682. 1682. 1 vol in-4° (190 x 155 mm) de: [2] ff. (titre et privilège) ; 48 pp. (de nombreux schémas dans le texte) ; 99 pp. (3 schémas dans le texte) ; [11] pp. (dont une planche gravée sur pleine page) ; 54 pp. ; [1] f. blanc ; 16 pp. (de nombreux schémas dans le texte) ; 29 planches gravées sur pleine page. (manque un titre gravé, quelques feuillets rognés courts avec atteintes au texte, rousseurs et feuillets roussis) Plein vélin ancien à recouvrement, dos lisse titré à l'encre, tranchefils traversant les coiffes, titre manuscrit, boitier de rangement de demi chagrin brun en toile. Edition originale du premier ouvrage illustré sur la médecine chinoise publié en Europe. Ces traductions du latin d'une version médiévale tardive du Mo cheh (Instructions relatives au pouls) et d'autres courts textes sont l'œuvre du jésuite polonais Michael Boym (1612-1659). Ils ont été publiés, sans mention de Boym, par Andreas Cleyer (1634-1697), un médecin de la Compagnie néerlandaise des Indes orientales qui œuvrait à Java dans les années 1660 et plus tard au Japon. Le seul ouvrage occidental imprimé antérieurement sur la médecine chinoise était une courte collection non illustrée de traductions jésuites d'œuvres chinoises similaires intitulées : « Secrets de la médecine chinoise » (Grenoble 1671). Les textes traduits ici, dont plusieurs sont de Vam Xo Ho (ou Wang Shu-ho), traitent principalement des théories relatives au pouls, et le lien étroit avec l'acupuncture est largement discuté. L’un des chapitres donne des remèdes pour différents types de troubl … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: JF LETENNEUR LIVRES RARES [Saint Briac sur mer, France]
2018-04-20 20:26:10
Pierre JURIEU
La Haye, The Hague, The Netherlands: LES DERNIERS EFFORTS DE L'INNOCENCE AFFLIGÉE - Volume I and II (bound together in this single book), par (PIERRE JURIEU). A LA HAYE : CHEZ ABRAHAM ARONDEUS, Marchand Libraire au Palais, a l'Enseigne du Roy de France, M. DC. LXXXII (1682). This book almost immediately became an important and controversial work that was quickly reprinted, most notably by Chez David Dufour, Ville Franche, who republished the book in several editions also in the year 1682. VELLUM BOUND, small format 3" x 5.25", two parts in this one book (complete), pagination: [4], 182; [2],160 pages. I collated both Volume I and Volume II page-by-page with the copy of each volume held in the Rare Book Holdings of the Bavarian State Library, Germany. Those rare copies were digitized in 2010. Condition: The vellum covers are yellowed with age, stained, worn through along some of the edges, are peeling at the folds and edges, and have a 1/2 piece missing at the bottom of the spine; the inner rear hinge has completely split, exposing the inner binding and meaning that the vellum covers are almost disbound (a strong tug would remove them from the inner bound text. There is interesting very early writing, in French, on the front pastedown, the rear free endpaper, and on a laid-in slip of paper; there is also a signature on the very last page of text of Volume II. There is a handwritten date of 1712 on the front pastedown, but I don't know if all the writing is from that time or not. The front and rear pastedowns are soiled, creased, and have large tears. The first page of Volum … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Blank Verso Books [US]
2018-04-13 05:01:04
Dalton, Michael
1682. The First English Treatise on Sheriffs Dalton, Michael [d.ca. 1648]. Officium Vicecomitum. The Office and Authority of Sheriffs: Gathered Out of the Statutes, And Books of the Common Laws of this Kingdom. To which is Added an Appendix or Supplement, Containing a Collection of the Statutes Touching Sheriffs made Since Mr. Dalton's Writing, Which are in Force and Use at this day; Also Several Special Returns of Writs, And the expositions, Judgments, And Resolutions of the Reverend and Learned Judges, In the Several Courts at Westminster; Upon Divers Statutes, Cases and Questions in Law Relating to Sheriffs; And Several Other New Matters. The Whole, Being a Work of Great Use and Profit, Not Only to the Students and Practitioners in the Law, But to All Other the Gentry of this Land, (On Whom the Burthen of this Office Lyeth) Especially to All Immediate High-Sheriffs and Under-Sheriffs. With a New and Copious Table, Wherein the Defects and Imperfections of the Old Table are Supplyed and Amended. The New Matter is Inserted Likewise in the Table, Under Their Proper Heads, And Have this Mark * Set Before Them. Purged from the Errors of All Former Impressions. London: Printed for the assigns of Richard Atkins, and Edward Atkins, 1682. [iv], 500; [4], 501-564, [28] pp. Two parts with continuous pagination. The second part, Vicecomitis Officio Supplementum... has separate title page, dated 1681. Folio (12-1/4" x 7-1/2"). Recent quarter calf over marbled boards, raised bands and retained contemporary lettering piece to spine, endpapers renewed. Moderate toning to text, somewhat h … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2018-04-13 05:01:02
Hutton Richard
Printed by the Assigns of Richard and Edward Atkins [etc.], London, 1682. Contemporary blind ruled unlettered calf, a bit rubbed, some minor marginal worming and staining, else very fresh with good margins; the Taussig copy The final edition of the reports of Hutton, the righteous judge famous for his opinion in the Shipmoney case (that the King may not impose a tax without parliamentary assent), here expanded with the addition of subsequent authorities in the margins
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc., member ABAA [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2018-04-11 18:33:51
BOYLE, Robert.
Geneva Apud Samuelem de Tournes. tum in aere compresso, tum in factitio, instituta, circa ignem, animalia, &c. Una cum descriptione machinarum continentur. 1682, Latin text, small 4to, 230 x 175 mm, 9 x 6¾ inches, printer's pictorial device on title page, 5 folding engraved plates, pages (8), 1-130, (2), rebound in full modern panelled calf, maroom gilt lettered label to spine, gilt decoration to spine, new endpapers. Pages lightly age-browned, occasional pale margin foxing, small light brown stain to title page and first 15 pages, 20 mm (1") diameter gradually diminishing in size, not obscuring text, occasional pale stain to margins, small tear on 1 lower margin (paper flaw?), scribble in margin of final text page and first page of index, 4th plate slightly foxed at lower edge, tiny hole in blank area of 5th plate neatly repaired. A good copy. This is an early Latin edition of the second continuation of Boyle's "New experiments physico-mechanicall, touching the spring of the air, and its effects", first published in 1660 and first published in Latin in London in 1680. This second continuation to Boyle's first scientific work describes the third air pump used in England. This pump was designed in 1676 by Denis Papin, who had brought it with him from France the same year, when he joined Boyle. Fulton, The Works of the Honourable Robert Boyle, No. 17A and see pages 9-13; Wellcome Historical Medical Library, Volume 2, pages 220- 221. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. POSTAGE AT COST. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2018-04-10 06:49:49
HALE, Matthew
Printed by the Assigns of Richard Atkyns and Edward Atkyns Esquires, London, 1682. [16], 272pp, [8]. With an engraved portrait frontispiece. Contemporary sheep. Heavily rubbed, soiled. Paste-downs sprung, ink ownership inscriptions of 'Thomas Dodd' to FFEP, title-page, and RFEP, small marginal worm-trail to latter two-thirds of text-block. The third printing of Lord Chief Justice Sir Matthew Hale's (1609-1676) definitive reference on the working of the court of common pleas. ESTC records copies at five locations in the British Isles (Advocates, Cambridge, Mitchell, Oxford, and NT), and a further five worldwide. ESTC R230551, Wing H255A. Size: 8vo
Bookseller: Antiquates Ltd - ABA, ILAB [Wareham, Dorset, United Kingdom]
2018-03-31 05:02:36
Hutton, Richard
The final edition of the reports of Hutton, the righteous judge famous for his opinion in the Shipmoney case (that the King may not impose a tax without parliamentary assent), here expanded with the addition of subsequent authorities in the margins. Contemporary blind ruled unlettered calf, a bit rubbed, some minor marginal worming and staining, else very fresh with good margins; the Taussig copy. Printed by the Assigns of Richard and Edward Atkins [etc.], London, 1682.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2018-03-22 06:00:35
[CARE Henry]
London, Printed by George Larkin for Benjamin Harris, under the Piazza, on the Royal Exchange, s. d. [1682 ?]. In-12, basane fin XVIIIe, dos lisse orné, pièce de titre en maroquin blond. (10) pp. dont titre, 228 pp. Une petite tache au premier plat, épidermures au second plat, un coin usagé. Rousseurs au bord de la page de titre. Exemplaire unique, à notre connaissance, avec cette adresse bibliographique. Absent du catalogue de la British Library et de l'English Short Title Catalogue, qui rassemble les éditions parues avant 1801 dans les pays anglophones. Une des premières éditions, parue à coup sûr avant le départ du libraire Benjamin Harris pour l'Amérique en 1686, et très probablement en 1682, car les pages 18 et 19 correspondent exactement aux mêmes pages de l'édition référencée ESTC R30882 à la British Library, dont l'adresse bibliographique est : "Printed by George Larkin, and to be sold by most Booksellers. 1682". Il s'agirait donc de l'édition originale ou de l'année de l'originale, car aucun exemplaire daté du Worldcat n'est antérieur à 1682. L'ouvrage de Henry Care fut condamné comme séditieux par les autorités mais fut réimprimé régulièrement au XVIIIe siècle comme manuel des libertés civiles. Des éditions de cet ouvrage parurent également en Nouvelle Angleterre (colonies anglaises d'Amérique du nord), où son influence fut notable. Benjamin Harris, le libraire pour qui fut imprimé cet ouvrage, émigra en 1686 à Boston, où il fonda le premier journal paru dans cette colonie, Publick Occurrences, Both Foreign and Domestick (25 septembre 1690), interdit par les … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Denis [France, Tours]
2018-03-19 09:08:33
Foy-Vaillant, Jean
Thomas Moette, 1682. in-4° (cm 25 x 18); Tomus primus de Romanis Aereis seu Senatus consulto percussis; Tomus secundus de Aureis et Argenteis; pp. (12), 183, (13); (4), 180, (14); vignette ai frontespizi; numerosissime incisioni calcografiche riproducenti monete e medaglioni; bellissime incisioni in rame ai capilettera ed alle testate del primo tomo; leg. del 18esimo secolo in mezza pelle marrone chiaro e carta marmorizzata ai piatti, preziosi decori al dorso liscio, con filetti dorati ai finti nervi e titolo in oro al tassello sul dorso, guardie in carta marmorizzata, tagli finemente marmorizzati; l'opera era già stata pubblicata a Parigi in prima ed. nel 1674, poi diverse ed. tra cui questa e altre sino al 1692; quindi furono pubblicate altre due ed. ad Amsterdam nel 1695 e 1696; il Tomo primo comprende una dedica a cura dell'autore (Epistola), una prefazione (Praefatio); il testo è impreziosito da numerosissime note informative (molte sulla vita degli imperatori raffigurati sulle monete riportate nel testo). Erudita opera storico-numismatica di Jean Foy-Vaillant (1632-1706), importante in quanto riporta informazioni su valori e rarita delle singole monete; la prima parte tratta delle monete in bronzo e la seconda di quelle in oro e argento. Prov.: integrazioni e correzioni in latino, nonché sottolineature vergate a mano da un possessore del libro, certamente un collezionista o un esperto numismatico. Rif.: IT\ICCU\CFIE\020532 (solo tre esemplari reperiti nelle Biblioteche Italiane). Dekesel F-52. Bn-Opale plus (3). BL London. Union Cat. Italy (1). Cond.: unici difetti pr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Books and collectibles di Paola Suaria [IT]
2018-03-11 12:23:48
WHELER, George Esq.
Cademan Fettlewel and Churchill, 1682. In -4°, pp. (14), 4 tavv., 483, b, cb., numerose illustrazioni nel testo e 1 tav. ripiegata ft che raduna tre illustrazioni da separare e inserire (a cura del legatore) nelle pagine di riferimento. Manca la carta del viaggio ripiegata. Mezza pelle e carta marmorizzata. Nel testo le incisioni sono di carattere botanico, storico, artistico, zoologico e topografico. Il libro di Wheler, per molti anni, rimase l'opera inglese di riferimento per i viaggi in Grecia, sebbene curiosamente non sia mai stato ristampato. The folding map is missing, for the rest a nice copy of this book that was for years the english reference guide for travellers to Greece.
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [IT]
2018-03-08 08:18:14
DESCARTES (René)
Amsterdam, Blaviana, 1682-1683, 3 VOLUMES petit in 4 reliés en plein veau, dos ornés de fers dorés, tranches rouges (reliures de l'époque), (coiffes usées, mors fendus), bon état interieur, T.1 (4), 383pp., T.2 : (2), 404pp., (2), T.3 : (8), 427pp., nombreuses figures dans le texte ---- Cinquième édition latine des LETTRES DE DESCARTES AUGMENTEE D'UN TROISIEME VOLUME par rapport aux éditions latines précédentes ---- "Cette édition des lettres de DESCARTES est augmentée d'un troisième volume par rapport à la précédente". (Guibert pp. 91/94)
Bookseller: Librairie Bernard Maille [France, Paris]
2018-03-07 19:36:36
Emanuel Bowen
0. 42.0 x 34.3 Cm. Libro, This handsome map covers the southeastern United States, eastern Mexico, Central America, the West Indies, and the northern part of South America. It is derived from Popple's important map of the region. The British colonies in North America are confined east of the Appalachians with France in control of Louisiana. Many early forts and Indian tribal territories are located. There are several interesting notations concerning the history of the region, such as a notation concerning the southern boundary of the Province of Carolina, "so that Fort St. Augustin as well as Georgia falls within these limits." Trade winds and sea routes are marked throughout, including the course of the Spanish gold fleet from Old Spain and the return trip from Cartagena and Vera Cruz. The title cartouche is adorned with Native Americans and an incongruous lion (likely representing the British colonies).Sharp impression and fine original color. Ref: Sellers & Van Ee #1682. Very Good.
Bookseller: Maite Muns. L'Art de la Memòria Edicions [Avinyonet de Puigventós, GIRON, Spain]
2018-03-02 18:00:03
JAMES SANDELANDS AND ROBERT WADE
1682. No binding. Fine. Manuscript Document Signed. To William Markham. ""Upland"" [Chester, Pa.]. June 12, 1682. 1 page. Offered with Inventory# 21752, described below. ""... there are ffour Comissionrs who by the order & command of ye said Lord [Baltimore], have beene & are waiting ... ever since ye tenth day instant, for ye Running ye Division Lyne...""Sandelands and Wade, two members of Pennsylvania's first Provincial Council, alert Deputy Governor Markham of the arrival of Lord Baltimore's commissioners to Augustine Hermann's estate, near the disputed border between Maryland and Pennsylvania. Baltimore's commissioners sought to locate the 40th degree of latitude, the dividing line established by King Charles I's original charter for Maryland. Markham did not come, choosing to wait for Penn's arrival, most likely because he knew that an accurate measurement of the 40˚ line would deprive Pennsylvania of an outlet on the Chesapeake, and perhaps cause them to lose Philadelphia. Complete Transcript Upland [now Chester] June 12th, 1682May it please ye GovernorHere being a Messenger this day come to Upland with Letters from ye Lord Baltamore for you, which messenger also acquainting us that there are ffour Comissionrs who by the order & comand of ye said Lord, have beene & are waiting at Augustine Hermons in Bohemia River ever since ye tenth day instant, for ye Running ye Division Lyne; which being unexpectedly done in yor absence; by reason (as it seems) yt ye messenger by you sent to ye Lord came with yor message to him three days after ye Comissions was come forth f … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Seth Kaller, Inc. [U.S.A.]
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2018-02-24 23:18:16
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 300 x 210 mm, 12 x 8 inches, portrait frontispiece, 23 engraved plates, of which 10 folding, plus 3 engravings in the text, pages: [10], 76, 89-188, [13], 189-192, 12, 181-226, 273-330, pagination is somewhat irregular but register is continuous. Bound in full early calf, rebacked to style with raiswed bands and gilt lettered morocco label, new endpapers, all edges red. Boards slightly worn and rubbed with a few scratches and minor stains, neat repair to 2 corners, margins of frontispiece and title page very lightly marked, lower corner of title page thumbed, lower margins throughout faintly damp stained to varying degrees, most noticeable on the last 13 leaves, a few pale brown stains to upper margin of page 69. A very good copy of the rare expanded edition, complete with all plates and housed in a fine sturdy custom made cloth bound clamshell box, with gilt lettered leather label to spine. William Leybourn (1626-1719) mathematician, was in his time a distinguished land and quantity surveyor (although he began h … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton
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2018-02-24 20:09:36
Original Engraving W. J. Delphinus, And In Small By Edme De Boulonois (Esme De Boulonois Boulonois, Esme De; Boulonnois, Esme De; Boulenois, Esme De; Boulonois, Edme De; Boulonois, Emé De) After Antony Van Dyck
Paris?, 1682. 1st Edition 1st Printing. No Binding. Very Good. Original Engraving. Trimmed Closely. One Of A Large Collection Of Original Antique Engravings Formed By A Southern California Artist In The Early To Middle Twentieth Century. Each Plate Has Small Glue Marks On Reverse Where They Were Tipped In To An Album. Michiel Janszoon Van Mierevelt, Often Abbreviated As Michiel Jansz. And The Surname Also Spelled Miereveld Or Miereveldt, (Dutch Pronunciation: [Mi?il J?ns V?n Mir?v?lt]; 1 May 1566 - 27 June 1641) Was A Dutch Golden Age Painter And Draftsman. Esme De Boulonois Was A Publisher/Printer And Printmaker; French; (1645 - 1681), Also Known As Boulonois, Esme De; Boulonnois, Esme De; Boulenois, Esme De; Boulonois, Edme De; Boulonois, Emé De
Bookseller: Arroyo Seco Books, Pasadena, Member IOBA [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]
2018-02-18 08:31:03
TRONCI, Paolo
Gio. Vincenzo Bonfigli, 1682. In 4°, pp. (32), 508. Pergamena semifloscia dell'epoca. Titoli calligrafati sul dorso. Piccola mancanza all'angolo superiore della seconda carta. Copia molto buona. Prima edizione. Cfr. Lozzi, 3684; Vinciana, 933; Moreni, I, p. 410; Brunet, V, 467. Graesse, VII, 207.
Bookseller: Libreria antiquaria Atlantis
2018-02-17 18:34:04
Perrault, Charles
Nicolaus Visscher, Amsterdam 1682, - marmorierter Pappband., gr 8_, XXI + 85 + 79s., (39 Fabeln + 41 Tafeln). , Ruecken restauriert, etwa berieben und bestossen., sonst in gutem Zustand, [AZA8, SL3]., Deutsch 1200g [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Petri [Germany]
2018-02-15 17:05:33
TRONCI, Paolo
Gio. Vincenzo Bonfigli, Livorno 1682 - In 4°, pp. (32), 508. Pergamena semifloscia dell'epoca. Titoli calligrafati sul dorso. Piccola mancanza all'angolo superiore della seconda carta. Copia molto buona. Prima edizione. Cfr. Lozzi, 3684; Vinciana, 933; Moreni, I, p. 410; Brunet, V, 467. Graesse, VII, 207. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Libreria antiquaria Atlantis (ALAI-ILAB) [Italy]
2018-02-14 20:47:54
Coloniae Agrippinae [Köln], Egmond und Paris, Martinus, 1682. 16 x 10 cm. [10] Bl., 544 S., [2] Bl., [2] weiße Bl. Durchgehend und Rot und Schwarz gedruckt. Zeitgenössisches Ganzleder mit Rückentitel, Rückenvergoldung, Stehkantenvergoldung und Goldprägung auf beiden Deckeln. Dreiseitiger Goldschnitt. Einband etwas verzogen, Ecken bestossen. Vorderes Aussengelenk oben mit Einriß (ca. 3 cm). Zu Beginn schwach wasserrandig. VD17 12:119961X. Vortitel mit handschriftlichem Besitzvermerk "Stoltz. Past. Decanus // Claravallis". Bei diesem Vorbesitzer handelt es sich wohl um Johann Baptist Stoltz, der von 1830-42 Pfarrer und Dechant in Clerf / Clervaux (Luxemburg) war. Gut erhaltenes Liturgicum für Bischöfe.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen [Trier, Germany]
2018-02-14 04:50:58
Du Val, P. [Pierre]
Chez l'Auteur, Paris, 1682. 12mo. 16 by 9.5 cm. [6], 312 pp. 52 double paged, hand-colored maps, including all the maps for the world, the poles, the Americas, Asia and Africa. Also nine hand-colored coat-of-arms of various nations. Not included are the text and maps for Europe, which would be in a second volume. Other than the table which list all the maps, there is indicia of a "partial set". We would also mention that Du Val's atlas is virtually never found with all the maps, and often one finds the maps in an uncolored state.) Certainly one of the major highlights is of this atlas is California, called Nouveau Mexique, because it is shown as an island; Modern full dark brown calf with raised bands and gilt decoration appropriate for late 17th Century book. Pasted onto FEP is a cameo antique map of the world, with Latin and Greek designations on outlying spokes. Toning to the leaves, as one would expect, but generally quite clean. A few minor closed tears at folds. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: White Fox Rare Books, ABAA/ILAB [West Windsor, VT, U.S.A.]
2018-02-13 20:11:27
WHELER, George Esq.
Cademan Fettlewel and Churchill, Londra 1682 - In -4°, pp. (14), 4 tavv., 483, b, cb., numerose illustrazioni nel testo e 1 tav. ripiegata ft che raduna tre illustrazioni da separare e inserire (a cura del legatore) nelle pagine di riferimento. Manca la carta del viaggio ripiegata. Mezza pelle e carta marmorizzata. Nel testo le incisioni sono di carattere botanico, storico, artistico, zoologico e topografico. Il libro di Wheler, per molti anni, rimase l'opera inglese di riferimento per i viaggi in Grecia, sebbene curiosamente non sia mai stato ristampato.The folding map is missing, for the rest a nice copy of this book that was for years the english reference guide for travellers to Greece.
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [Italy]
2018-02-12 11:51:44
CYPRIANUS CAECILIUS:
Oxford, Sheldon, 1682. gest. Frontisp., 4 Bl., 18 S., 26 Bl., 72, 244, 240, 40, 110, 72, 118, 37 S. Dibdin I, 213: Gesamtausgabe der Werke des Hl. Cyprian (um 200 bis 210 - 258), Kirchenvater, Märtyrer u. Bischof v. Karthago, kommentiert v. J. Fell, Erzbischof v. Oxford "An excellent and splendid edition: with the Annals of St. Cyprian, by Pearson: reprinted in Oxford and Amsterdam, in 1700". Enthält auch Arnoldi Carnotensis, abbatis Bonæ-Vallis opera. Mit den Dissertationes Cyprianicæ von Henry Dodwell und den Zusätzen zu den Dissertationes. Der Frontisp.-Kupferstich zeigt die Enthauptung des Heiligen, gestochen von Burghers nach Sonmans, Titel großer gestochener Vignette. Graesse II, 316. - Einband stärker berieben, innen sauber und gut erhalten lo Gewicht in Gramm: 2550 Fol., Halbleder der Zeit auf 6 Bünden, vergold. Rücketitel, Rückenvergoldung [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Werner Steinbeiß [München, Germany]
2018-02-12 10:25:46
RÜGEN:
1682, 30,5 x 36 Links unten die Titelkartusche, mit Windrose u. maritimer Staffage. In der Karte sind die Meerestiefen vor Rügen vermerkt.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
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2018-02-11 21:28:48
Laurentius von Schnüffis (d. i. Johann Martin).
Konstanz, Hautt für Mantelin, 1682. - Erste Ausgabe, das wichtigste Werk des Dichters, "his most poetical book, and it became the model for his later works" (Faber du Faur). "Man kann diese episch-lyrische Schäferei, in der sich Elemente der antiken Bukolik, zeitgenössischer Gesellschaftsdichtung, gelehrter Bildung und naive Volkstümlichkeit, romantischer Formensinn und oberdeutsche Mundart ein Stelldichein geben, als Beispiel für ein Zusammenfließen ansehen, in welchem sich das Entlegenste zu einem reizvollen, harmonischen Gebilde aneinanderfügt" (Newald). Mindestens genauso bedeutend wie die Dichtung sind die Vertonungen der Lieder, die alle von Laurentius selber stammen. Mit ihrer einfallsreichen, manchmal dem Volkslied nahestehenden Melodik gehören sie zu den schönsten Liedkompositionen der Zeit (vgl. dazu Vetter, Frühes dt. Lied und MGG VIII 335: "Schubert des 17. Jahrhunderts"). J. Martin (1633-1702) nannte sich Laurentius von Schnüffis nach seinem Heimatort in Vorarlberg. Nach mehreren Jahren Wanderschaft wurde er Mitglied der Hofschauspielertruppe des Erzherzogs Karl Ferdinand von Innsbruck. Nach dessen Tod 1655 zog er sich ins Kapuzinerkloster Zug und später nach Konstanz zurück, wo er auch starb. – Eine Ecke mit kleinem, restauriertem Papierfehler. Sehr schönes, frisches und breitrandiges Exemplar. – VD17 247531K; Dünnhaupt 4. 1; Faber du Faur 1067; Goed. III 196, 10, 2; Kistner/Seebaß NF 641; Manheimer 239; Wolffheim II 508 f. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Braecklein [Germany]
2018-02-11 10:32:36
PERKINS, Peter (d. 1680).
London: Printed for Obadiah Blagrave, at the Bear in St. Paul’s Church Yard, 1682. Complete title: The Seaman’s Tutor: Explaining Geometry, Cosmography, and Trigonometry. Compiled for Use of the Mathematical School in Christ's Hospital-London, His Majesty Charles II, his Royal Foundation. By Mr. P. Perkins, late Master of the Mathematical School. 12mo (131 x 80 mm.): engraved frontispiece portrait of Perkins, engraved plate depicting a pupil of the Hospital School, 260 pages, [2] pages of publisher’s advertisements, one full-page woodcut diagram (between pp. 70 and 71), four wood-cut charts (partially folded, between pp. 118 and 119), and one woodcut compass volvelle (on p. 229); followed by [180] pages of "Brigg’s Logarithms" tables and [1] leaf of publisher’s advertisements; and [88] pages of "Traverse tables" etc. (approximately 10 leaves shaved touching letters). Bound in early 20th century half-morocco over blue cloth, title in gilt on spine. PROVENANCE: typographic book label of Robert Jeffreys, Esq. of Acton, dated 1711, pasted on verso of title, identified as Robert Jeffreys (d. 1714) of Acton Park, near Wrexham, Wales. Most recently from the library of the Barons Harlech and the Ormsby Gore family of Glyn Cywarch, Wales. VERY RARE AND COMPLETE FIRST EDITION COPY OF NAVIGATION TEXTBOOK BY AN EARLY PROFESSOR OF MATHEMATICS AT THE ROYAL MATHEMATICAL SCHOOL. No copy traced in auction records since an incomplete copy sold in 1965. King Charles II, with the support of Jonas Moore, Christopher Wren, Samuel Pepys and Isaac Newton, founded the Royal Mathematical School (RMS … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries - Aradernyc [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-02-10 16:28:57
Tronci Paolo
appresso Gio. Vincenzo Bonfigli, 1682. In-4° antico (220x160mm), pp. (32), 508, (2), legatura settecentesca p. pergamena rigida con titolo in oro su tassello al dorso. Tagli azzurrati. Stemma mediceo al frontespizio, fregi tipografici in xilografia. Dedica a stampa al Principe Francesco Maria de' Medici, seguita da un'avvertenza ai lettori, da un'iscrizione funeraria dettata da Filippo Ricasoli posta sopra la sepoltura dell'autore e da un indice bicolonne. Lavoretti di tarlo al margine interno del contropiatto e del titolo ma fresco esemplare ottimamente conservato. Duplice ex-libris nobiliare dei Marchesi Salsa, uno dei quali col loro motto "Comme je fus". Prima edizione, postuma, di questi annali della storia pisana dalle remote origini greche fino al 1440. Monsignor Tronci (Pisa, 1585-ivi, 1648), di nobile famiglia pisana, fu storico, erudito, Protonotaro Apostolico e vicario generale dell'Arcivescovo di Pisa Giuliano de Medici. Lozzi, 3684: "Bello e raro". Vinciana, 933: "Non ci sono note altre edizioni di questa importante opera postuma, divenuta oggi molto rara". Moreni, I, p. 410: "I talenti non vi mancano e i materiali abbondano". Brunet, V, 467. Graesse, VII, 207. Franchini, 5254. Italiano
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Galleria Gilibert
2018-02-10 16:28:57
Tronci Paolo
appresso Gio. Vincenzo Bonfigli, in Livorno 1682 - In-4° antico (220x160mm), pp. (32), 508, (2), legatura settecentesca p. pergamena rigida con titolo in oro su tassello al dorso. Tagli azzurrati. Stemma mediceo al frontespizio, fregi tipografici in xilografia. Dedica a stampa al Principe Francesco Maria de' Medici, seguita da un'avvertenza ai lettori, da un'iscrizione funeraria dettata da Filippo Ricasoli posta sopra la sepoltura dell'autore e da un indice bicolonne. Lavoretti di tarlo al margine interno del contropiatto e del titolo ma fresco esemplare ottimamente conservato. Duplice ex-libris nobiliare dei Marchesi Salsa, uno dei quali col loro motto Comme je fus. Prima edizione, postuma, di questi annali della storia pisana dalle remote origini greche fino al 1440. Monsignor Tronci (Pisa, 1585-ivi, 1648), di nobile famiglia pisana, fu storico, erudito, Protonotaro Apostolico e vicario generale dell'Arcivescovo di Pisa Giuliano de Medici. Lozzi, 3684: Bello e raro. Vinciana, 933: Non ci sono note altre edizioni di questa importante opera postuma, divenuta oggi molto rara. Moreni, I, p. 410: I talenti non vi mancano e i materiali abbondano. Brunet, V, 467. Graesse, VII, 207. Franchini, 5254. Italiano
Bookseller: Gilibert Libreria Antiquaria (ILAB-LILA)
2018-02-10 10:43:30
NOBBES, Robert].
London. Printed by T. James for Tho. Helder. 1682.. Hardcover. 12mo, (in 6's)., 13.6x 8.5cm, The First Edition, [xi],78,[ii]p., 2 text engravings (hooks), trimmed touching the text, (header and collation letters), in several places, rebound in full mottled brown calf, raised bands, gilt titles, blind ruled half panels on the boards, fine condition. (spg) Nobbes was "the earliest. that discoursed at large, and in substantial shape, on it." W&S. This is the true first edition with hook on p.37 pointing outwards and a broken 'E' in the fifth word on the title, not the facsimile of c.1790 often mistaken for a first. Gee. p97. "This work was reprinted in facsimile about 1790, and afterwards was reprinted several times". Heckscher 1445; Sage pp147-148; "Nobbes is commonly called The father of trollers' but from this honourific title, we are by no means to infer that he was the earliest writer on that branch of the sport. He was the earliest, indeed, that discoursed at large, and in a substantial shape, on it, the earliest authoritative professor, but Venables proceeded him, and also Walton, . etc.". W&S 156; Wing N-1193. .
Bookseller: Patrick McGahern Books, Inc. (ABAC)
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2018-02-10 10:43:30
NOBBES, Robert].
London. Printed by T. James for Tho. Helder. 1682.. Hardcover. 12mo, (in 6's)., 13.6x 8.5cm, The First Edition, [xi],78,[ii]p., 2 text engravings (hooks), trimmed touching the text, (header and collation letters), in several places, rebound in full mottled brown calf, raised bands, gilt titles, blind ruled half panels on the boards, fine condition. (spg) Nobbes was "the earliest. that discoursed at large, and in substantial shape, on it." W&S. This is the true first edition with hook on p.37 pointing outwards and a broken 'E' in the fifth word on the title, not the facsimile of c.1790 often mistaken for a first. Gee. p97. "This work was reprinted in facsimile about 1790, and afterwards was reprinted several times". Heckscher 1445; Sage pp147-148; "Nobbes is commonly called The father of trollers' but from this honourific title, we are by no means to infer that he was the earliest writer on that branch of the sport. He was the earliest, indeed, that discoursed at large, and in a substantial shape, on it, the earliest authoritative professor, but Venables proceeded him, and also Walton, . etc.". W&S 156; Wing N-1193. .
Bookseller: Patrick McGahern Books, Inc. (ABAC)
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