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2017-04-24 15:36:17
Selden, John, Pieter Van Der Aa und James , Archbishop Of Armagh Ussher
Ludg. Batavor [Leiden], Apud Petrum Van Der Aa., 1683. (2. Aufl.) späterer Pbd. (Leimpapier), [18], 128, [6], 98, [34] S., kl.8° * Lateinischer Text mit einigen Passagen in hebräisch bzw. arabisch. Zwei Teile in einem Band, zweite Auflage. Ussher's "De Macedonum et Asianorum anno solari dissertatio" hat ein seprates Titelblatt. Selden war engl. Jurist und Orientalist, Ussher Erzbischof of Armagh und ganz Irland. ++ Second Edition. In Latin; Texts of both works in Latin, with some passages in Hebrew and Arabic. Two parts in one. Ussher's "De Macedonum et Asianorum anno solari dissertatio" has separate fly title page. Selden was an "English jurist and Orientalist; born Dec. 16, 1584, at Salvington, Sussex; died at Whitefriars, London, Nov. 30, 1654. Ussher (1581-1656) was the Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland. ** bounced on corners / bestoßen, rubbed on edges / berieben an den kanten. Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Judaica + Jewish + Judaism + Jews + Juif + Juives Juden + Jiddisch + Religion + Altertum
Bookseller: Melzers Antiquarium [Germany]
2017-04-24 14:21:11
VIRGILIO.
Presso Paolo Baglioni, 1683. Cm. 32, pp. 160, 535 (1). Grande vignetta xilografica al frontespizio e 14 graziose incisioni in xilografia nel testo. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena floscia. Legatura staccata, qualche traccia d'uso sparsa ed un indebolimento al margine basso delle ultime 3/4 carte con perdita di qualche parola. Complessivamente genuino ed in discreto stato di conservazione. Celebre ed elegante edizione che riporta il testo integrale latino con l'ampio commento dei tre autori citati nel titolo. Cfr. Mambelli 322. Non comune.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2017-04-24 14:21:11
VIRGILIO.
Presso Paolo Baglioni, 1683. Cm. 32, pp. 160, 535 (1). Grande vignetta xilografica al frontespizio e 14 graziose incisioni in xilografia nel testo. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena floscia. Legatura staccata, qualche traccia d'uso sparsa ed un indebolimento al margine basso delle ultime 3/4 carte con perdita di qualche parola. Complessivamente genuino ed in discreto stato di conservazione. Celebre ed elegante edizione che riporta il testo integrale latino con l'ampio commento dei tre autori citati nel titolo. Cfr. Mambelli 322. Non comune.
Bookseller: Benacense [IT]
2017-04-24 08:18:38
MITELLI, Giuseppe Maria
1683. Incisione all'acquaforte, f. 26,5x19,5 cm. ca.  Larghi margini. in: Alfabeto in sogno. Esemplare per disegnare di Giuseppe Maria Mitelli pittore Bolognese
Bookseller: Galleria Garisenda
2017-04-24 07:44:49
POMEY FRANCISCO.
Poleti, 1683. In 16°, p. perg., cc.nn. 5 + pp. 352. cc.nn. 9.
Bookseller: Libreria Cicerone M.T.
2017-04-24 01:08:51
BLEGNY (Nicolas de)
à La Haye, chez Pierre Hagen, 1683, 3 parties in 16, de 12ff. 159pp. 4ff. & 1f. 173pp. 5ff. & 178pp. 6ff., ill. de 3 gravures sur cuivre à pl. page, rel. en 1 vol. pl. vélin époque à recouvrement, gardes renouvelées, titre au dos rajouté, ff. lég. brunis. 3e édition de ce traité paru en 1674. Ce chirurgien de la Reine préconise aussi la décoction de gaïac, dont les propriétés sont, d'après lui, égales à celles du mercure. ¶ Dezeimeris II/416 - Krivatsy n°1370 - Wellcome II. 179
Bookseller: L'intersigne Livres anciens [France]
2017-04-23 18:37:19
Anonimo
1683. Veduta planimetrico prospettica della città. In calce rimandi da 1 a 29. Restauri
Bookseller: Libreria Trippini Sergio
2017-04-22 22:28:26
CAPPEL, Louis
Saumur, Apud Renatum Pean,Typagraphum & Biblippolam. 1683.. Hardcover. Book 4to, 25.5cm, (uncut), [xii],163p., witha folding plan & a folding genealogical table, in the original boards,original glazed paper spine cap mostly wanting exposing the cords, thepaste down endpapers and one paste in leaf are heavily inscribed in acontemporary hand, some similar annotating on the upper cover, (two othersimilarly inscribed were removed), the boards are unevenly cut and areheavily worn, internal sewing a bit shaken but sound, very good, severalcopies on WorldCat otherwise rare (ds1). Church history, primitive andearly church, ca. 30-600; Apostles. English title translation: TheHistory of Enlightened Apostolic: Taken from the Acts of the Apostles andthe Pauline Epistles, and Carefully Compared Between Themselves, it isthe Assembly, Ordineque, According to the Number of Years, AccurateDigesta, & in Compendium Contracted: His Was Added to the History of theJewish Nation, from the Books of the Maccabees Asamonaeorum the Time, tothe Temple of Jerusalem by Titus & Vespasian Was the Last One, a ShortCompendium of Joseph .
Bookseller: J. Patrick McGahern Books Inc. (ABAC) [Ottawa, ON, Canada]
2017-04-22 21:13:03
Montanus Arnold, 1625-1683
Montanus Arnold, 1625-1683. Osaka-Japon, anno 1680, Montanus-Gedenkwardige Gesantschappen der Oost-Indische Maatschappy., Kupferstich, 14x17 cm., hinter Passepartout montiert: 30x24 und 19x14 cm., altes Kolorit. Arnold Montanus, eigentlich Arnold van den Berghe (* 1625 in Amsterdam; † 1683 in Schoonhoven) war ein niederländischer Theologe und Historiker. Neben einer ausgedehnten Herausgebertätigkeit verfasste er zahlreiche historische Abhandlungen, die sich mit den Völkern und der Kultur der Neuen Welt und den Aktivitäten der Niederländer in Übersee befassen. Obwohl er selbst Europa nie verlassen hat, übten seine in viele Sprachen übersetzten Bücher einen großen Einfluss auf die europäische Wahrnehmung der betreffenden Gebiet aus. De Nieuwe en Onbekende Weereld (Die unbekannte Neue Welt) und Gedenkwardige Gesantschappen der Oost-Indische Maatschappy in?t Vereenigde Nederland („Denckwürdige Gesandtschafften der Ost lndischen Gesellschaft in den Vereinigten Niederländern") sind seine bekanntesten Schriften. Montanus verfasste Werke zur Kirchengeschichte, Theologie, über die Geschichte der Niederlande und die Völker und Kulturen der Neuen Welt. Seine weit gefassten Interessen waren typisch für die intellektuelle Blüte der Niederlande während des Goldenen Zeitalters. Seine Leidenschaft galt aber der Kultur. Montanus kaufte Seefahrern und Mitarbeitern der Niederländischen Ostindien-Kompanie (Vereenigde Oostindische Compagnie, VOC) Informationen und Reiseberichte ab, und veröffentlichte sie 1669 im Verlag von Jacob van Meurs (1619-1680, der Verlag existierte von 1651 bis 1680) in … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat [Hammelburg, Germany]
2017-04-22 19:11:06
MADAGASKAR (Madagascar) / Afrika (Africa):
1683. Kupferstich v. Nicolas Sanson d' Abbeville n. Livio Sanuto aus Geographise en Historise Werelt Beschryving door N. Sanson . b. Johannes Ribbius in Utrecht, 1683, 19 x 24,5 Pastoureau, Les Atlas Francais XVI.-XVII. Siècles, S. 392, Sanson I F bis (1683). - Zeigt Madagaskar mit den umliegenden Inseln und der Küste von Mosambik. - Unten links Titelkartusche.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
2017-04-22 16:27:35
VILLEGAS SELVAGO Alonso.
1683. In Venetia, appresso Stefano Curti, 1683, due parti legate in un vol., in-4, leg. coeva in piena pergamena, pp. [24], 889, [1] - 135, [1]. Con decine di piccole xilografie n.t. Traccia di tarlo al margine alto delle prime 13 carte. Qualche fascicolo lievemente più brunito.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Gozzini
2017-04-22 14:41:02
WIEN ( Vienna ): TÜRKENBELAGERUNG:
- Kupferstich n. Romeyn de Hooghe b. Peeters, 1683, 15 x 19,5 Nicht bei Nebehay-Wagner; Sturminger 3760; Szene während der Türkenbelagerung 1683: vor der Stadt wedren Laufgräben angelegt und Kanonen in Stellung gebracht. Die Blätter von Romeyn de Hooghe erschienen in einer Serie von 10 Blatt erst bei Visscher und kurz später als (teils seitenverkehrte) Nachstiche bei Peeters, sie zählen zu den wichtigsten Darstellungen der Belagerung.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck
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2017-04-22 14:15:24
(Kh) Selden, John; Pieter Van Der Aa; James Ussher, Archbishop Of Armagh
Ludg. Batavor. [Leiden]; Apud Petrum Van Der Aa., 1683. Ludg. Batavor. [Leiden]; Apud Petrum Van Der Aa.. 1683. Hardcover. kh1, chrheb1, rab9, sef7. (ja) . Later half calf and decorative boards. 12mo. [20], 128, [6], 98, [34] pages. 17 cm. Second Edition. In Latin; Texts of both works in Latin, with some passages in Hebrew and Arabic. Two parts in one. Ussher's "De Macedonum et Asianorum anno solari dissertatio" has separate fly title page. Drop-head title to Selden's work on p.1 (C1 recto) : De anno civili veteris ecclesiæ, seu Republicæ Judaicæ dissertatio. Engraved title page only. Some pages in printed in red and black. "Ephemeris anni Macedonici & Asiani cum Juliano collati: ": [34] p. At end. John Selden was one of the earliest to deal with the views of the Karaite Jews, in his ‘De Anno Civili et Calendario Veteris Ecclesiæ seu Reipublicæ Judaicæ' (1644) . Selden was an “English jurist and Orientalist; born Dec. 16, 1584, at Salvington, Sussex; died at Whitefriars, London, Nov. 30, 1654. He was educated at Oxford, and was admitted to the Inner Temple June 14, 1612. He had the use of the valuable library of Sir Robert Cotton, and became interested in Oriental subjects in his antiquarian researches, the fashion of the time seeking the origin of all things in Hebrew antiquity. He was an exceedingly voluminous writer, and was one of the leading jurists on the side of the Parliamentarians in the struggle which led to the Civil war, undergoing imprisonment for his opinions. Almost all of Selden's works quote and refer to rabbinic opinions. ” (1906 Jewish … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Dan Wyman Books [U.S.A.]
2017-04-22 13:45:21
Bagatta Giovanni Bonifacio.
per Gio. Battista Tramontin, 1683. 4° (cm. 22,2), p. pergamena floscia coeva con tassello calligr. al dorso; pp. [8], 287, [1 b.] in ottimo stato, fresche, e 1 tav. f.t. di ritratto incorniciato inciso da Isabella Piccini; emblema teatino al front., frontalini, graziosis. finalini e capilettera figurati. Raro. Nel 1650 «Imbarcossi a Livorno per Lisbona, ove approdato [..]» fondò una casa teatina, e vi morì l'anno successivo a soli 33 anni. Cfr. Vezzosi I, 97. Genuino, ottimo esemplare.
Bookseller: Gabriele Maspero Libri Antichi
2017-04-22 10:31:55
Nieremberg, Juan Eusebio (1595-1658)
En Barcelona: en la Imprenta de Antonio Ferrer, y Balthasar Ferrer, 1683. [Para pedidos desde fuera de España, por favor, consulte las condiciones de venta y envío, tipo B / For orders to be delivered outside Spain, please, let you see our sale and shipping terms, type B / Pour les commandes à livrer hors d'Espagne, s'il vous plait, voyez les conditions de vente et de livraison, type B].- // 8º mayor, (230x150mm.); [12], 446, [50] p.; sign.: [calderón]4, 2[calderón]2, A-Z8, Aa-Hh8; portada orlada, texto en dos columnas, apostillas marginales.- // [12], 446, [50] p.; sign.: [calderón]4, 2[calderón]2, A-Z8, Aa-Hh8; portada orlada, texto en dos columnas, apostillas marginales.- // Encuadernación en pergamino de época; lomo rotulado. Ejemplar limpio aunque un poco mareado; fractura con pérdida de la encuadernación en el lomo; mínimas galerías sin afectar a texto en la punta inferior pp. 45-148 y en el margen interior junto al lomo a lo largo del volumen.- // Proc.: Exlibris manuscrito en contraplano delantero, 'Juan de Ros'; pequeño tampón ilegible en recto de guarda trasera.- // Refs.: No en Sommervogel.; Palau no lo vio (en 190839, tiene nota de que esta ed. existe, pero le pone fecha de 1667). - // La separación entre ciencia y fe, entre teología y moral del humanismo de los siglos XVI y XVII, que penetró en el barroco, posibilitó que fuese leída desde la Compañía de Jesús como la puerta abierta a la pureza de la fe. Si los eruditos libertinos y espiritus fuertes vieron en el conocimiento de Dios solo pudiese venir de la fe la oportunidad para prescindir de la teología en el … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Andarto B. [Pamplona, NA, Spain]
2017-04-21 15:33:36
John Oldham
Joseph Hindmarsh,, London. Good in a heavily worn, 19th century binding of 3/4 green leather and marbled paper covered boards with gilt text on the spine and matching marbled end sheets. A 12mo measuring 7 1/4 by 4 1/2 inches with the leather parted at the joints allowing both boards to be loose. The text block is very tight and clean shape with no markings and minimal tanning or foxing. A collection of 25 poems and odes. Interestingly, F. W. Bateson's four volume set of The Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature, suggests (Vol.II, p.284) that this title was published in 1683 anonymously. This copy clearly shows the authors name on the title page together with the publication date of 1683. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Town's End Books, ABAA [Deep River, CT, U.S.A.]
2017-04-21 14:10:32
SALLUSTIUS.
Rotterdam (Tot Rotterdam), By Fransois van Hoogstraeten, 1683. 12mo. (XVI),98,(2),196 p. Vellum 13 cm (Ref: Geerebaert 132,3; OiN 331; Schweiger 598; In NCC 5 copies) (Details: 5 thongs laced through the joints. Title printed in red and black) (Condition: Vellum slightly soiled) (Note: 'One of the most widely read and influential of Roman historians, along with Caesar, Livy, and Tacitus, Sallust (86-34 BC) has been studied, quoted, and imitated not only as a historian but also as a moral philosopher, political thinker, and stylist.' Until 1600 more than 200 editions of his work appeared. Sallust was used in the 16th and 17th century to support absolute theories of government. But, 'on the other hand, it was the republican Sallust, 'ennemy of tyrants,' whom John Milton admired and who bolstered the cause of liberty in the Lowlands during the war with Spain and, later, in France and on the American continent'. (The Classical tradition, Cambr. Mass., 2010 p. 856) Sallustius furnished indeed weapons to the supporters and opponents during the rebellion of the Netherlands against the Spaniards, a war of independence that lasted 80 years, from 1568 till 1648. Numberless pamphlets appeared during this war, and many are full of reminiscences and quotations of classical authors. Sallust also was widely used. William of Orange e.g. was once called 'desen seditieuse Catalina' (P.A.M. Geurts, 'Sallustius' Catilinae Coniuratio in politieke pamfletten'. In Hermeneus, 32, 1961. p. 113/7) The translator of both works is the publisher François van Hoogstraten, 1632-1696. He was a literary mi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Fragmenta Selecta [AMSTERDAM, Netherlands]
2017-04-21 11:14:29
Allain Manesson MALLET (1630 - 1706)
1683. Carta geografica tratta dal l'edizione tedesca della "Description de l'Univers". Incisione in rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Colonia Cologne 100 150
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2017-04-20 16:58:14
CHASSEPOL François de.
Cagnolini,, Venezia, 1683. in-16, pp. (12), 236, (4), leg. cart. rust. coevo con tit. mss al d. Dedicat. a Francesco Morosini. Fregi xilogr. Prima traduzione italiana dell'opera che narra le gesta dei visiri della dinastia Kiuprili, tra il 1656 e 1676. Raro. [057]
Bookseller: SCRIPTORIUM Studio Bibliografico [Mantova, MN, Italy]
2017-04-19 13:33:36
Kupferstich-Prachtwerk, Türkenjahr 1683, Emblemata - Wening, Michael:
München, Selbstverlag, 1683. - Klein-4°, circa 16,6 x 11,5 cm. 59 meist beidseitig mit Kupferstichen bedruckte Blätter Leder d. Zt. mit Rücken- und Deckelvergoldung, Goldschnitt Praz 338; Graesse VII, 435; Stetter S. 42; VD17 23:238964Z. Das schönste Andachtsbuch des bayrischen Barock, gestaltet nach dem Vorbild des französischen Erbauungsbuches ?Tableau de la Croix? von Fran?ois Mazot (erschienen 1651, in Teilen wiederum abhänging von niederländischen Vorbildern). Der Text stammt von dem Augustiner-Pater Fortunatus Faber. Nur die letzten drei Blätter sind ganz von Wenings eigener Erfindung, da sie auf die Ereignisse im Türkenjahr 1683 anspielen. - In leicht voneinander abweichenden Druck-Varianten bekannt: Der zweite Titel ?Hoch Adelicher Ehren-Thron? hier ohne den Zusatz ?von P. Fortunat O. E. S. A? Das Porträt des Salzburger Erzbischofs Max Gandolph (1667-1687) nach Benjamin Block hier verso weiss, in anderen Exemplaren auf den Titel recto gedruckt. Ebenso sind die Darstellungen ?Iesus admirabilis? und ?Mater amabilis? in anderen Exemplaren recto und verso auf einem Blatt gedruckt, während sie hier in die Gebete eingerückt wurden. - 59 leaves, engraved throughout, fols. (1-39) and (7) printed on versos only, the rest printed on rectos and versos, irregularly foliated and paginated as follows: (8) leaves, 38 leaves numbered to 40 (versos and rectos mostly with same foliation, but some paginated); 20 pp., (3) leaves. Illustrated throughout, text integrated with the illustrations. Contents: frontispiece, title, portrait of the dedicatee Maximilian Gandolph, Archbishop of Sa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek [Germany]
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2017-04-14 21:25:31
Barrow, Isaac Aka Isaaci, Edited By Dr. (John) Tillotson
London: Barbazon Aylmer, 1683. Early Edition . Full Spotted Calf. Good. 12 5/8" Tall. Frontispieces. Four Volumes, Dated 1683, 1686, 1686, 1687, Frontispieces In Volumes 1, 2 And 4. Original Full Spotted Calf, Blind-Stamped Boards With Corner Decorations, Old Re-Backing In Simple Calf With Five Massive Bands And Gilt Short Titles. Very Solidly Bound, Bindings Worn, All Nicely Refurbished. Contents Clean But Paper Somewhat Aged, No Spotting Or Damage. International Postage By Usps Insured Box.
Bookseller: Arroyo Seco Books, Pasadena, Member IOBA [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-04-12 17:50:57
TURNER, SIR JAMES.:
London, printed by M(argaret) W(hite) for Richard Chiswell, 1683.. FIRST EDITION 1683, folio, 295 x 180 mm, 11¾ x 7½ inches, engraved portrait frontispiece by Robert White, title page printed in red and black, decorative wood-cut headpieces and initials, pages: [20], 372, lacking final advertisement leaf, bound in modern full panelled speckled calf with blind decoration to covers, gilt raised bands to spine, richly gilt in compartments, gilt lettered red morocco label, edges speckled red, new endpapers. Upper margins slightly trimmed at some time, no loss to printed area, faintest browning to title page offset from portrait, tiny hole in margin of P1, no loss of notes, a few pages lightly age-browned, 2 very small neat old repairs to fore-edge of Xx1. A very good clean sturdy copy in a handsome modern binding, lacking 1 advert leaf as noted. The first 2 books are concerned with the art of war of the Greeks and Romans, page 157 onwards is devoted to the modern arts of war. Sir James Turner (1615-1689) graduated master of arts from Glasgow University in 1631 and then embraced an army career, serving and fighting in many European countries. He became a Royalist, putting his Covenanter past behind him and in 1648 fought for the King and later served Charles II when in 1651 at Worcester he was captured. He was knighted after the Restoration but after a shameful incident in Scotland in 1668 he was deprived of his commission. In retirement he devoted himself to his writing. (ODNB). MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.
Bookseller: Roger Middleton
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2017-04-06 00:53:08
TRYON Thomas pseud. Philotheos Physiologus
London: Andrew Sowle, 1683. First edition, contemporary panelled calf worn, spine restored, rusty paperclip mark on initial advertisement leaf facing title-page, body of text split at pp 334/335 but holding firm, occasional early marginal annotations in ink. PIONEER WORK IN ENGLISH ON VEGETARIANISM. Tryon was an ascetic and a vegetarian was strongly influenced by Jacob Böhme, Hinduism, Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa, &c. This was his most widely read book. It influenced Benjamin Franklin in his adoption of vegetariamism and was a powerful influence well into the 19th century. He had traveled to Barbados (where he lived intermittently for about five years) but was dismayed by the cruelty of slavery. ESTC R10677, Bitting pp 466-67. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Battledore Ltd [Kingston, NY, U.S.A.]
2017-03-31 21:33:42
WENING, Michael (1645-1718), engraver; FABER, Fortunatus (1664-1695).
Munich: gestochen und zu finden bey Michael Wening, Kupfferstecher, 1683. 8vo (155 x 113 mm). 59 leaves, engraved throughout, the portrait with contemporary coloring, fols. [1-3] and [7] printed on versos only, the rest printed on rectos and versos, irregularly foliated and paginated as follows: [8] leaves, 38 leaves numbered to 40 (versos and rectos mostly with same foliation, but some paginated); 20 pp., [3] leaves. Illustrated throughout, text integrated with the illustrations. Contents: frontispiece, title, portrait of the dedicatee Maximilian Gandolph, Archbishop of Salzburg, by Amling after B. Block, dedication (2 ff.), preface by the author, full-page illustration, poems, blank page, full-page illustration (Last Supper), text (see below). Very occasional light fingersoiling. Contemporary or slightly later presentation binding of gold-tooled red goatskin, sides with wide dentelle border composed of foliate and floral roll-tools and tools of a classical urn and Greek phiale or patera (shallow dish), garlands, and shells, the initials M. A. W. stamped in gold on upper cover and X. A. E. on lower cover, gilt edges, lime green endpapers (upper inner hinge cracked), spine with overall interlace tooling; matching two-part pull-off case in brown calf with simple gold tooling including the phiale tool, the top piece lined in decorative floral paper, the lower piece lined in the same green paper used for the binding endpapers slightly rubbed). Provenance: contemporary presentation inscription on blank recto of portrait leaf, "In Freundschaft und bedacht zu/einer Hochgnädigste … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Musinsky Rare Books [USA]
2017-03-27 05:36:58
MENESTRIER, P. ; Le LABOUREUR, M. ; JOLLAIN
1 vol. in-folio relié , rel. d'époque pleine basane marron, dos à 6 nerfs ornés (fleurons) A Paris, chez François Coustelier, rue Saint-Jacques, à l'image Saint Hilaire, 1683, 10 ff. n. ch. (titre, tables, Introduction), 2 pl. dépliantes gravées par Iollain, 60 pp., 2 ff. n. ch. (quartiers du Duc de Chartres), 1 pl. dépliante (quartiers de Dame de Noyelle), 100 ff. (paginés 119) Rare exemplaire bien complet des deux planches gravées et à toutes marges de Jollain et du tableau des quartiers de Magdeleine de Noyelle (non signalé par Paul Allut dans sa savante étude sur l'oeuvre du P. Menestrier) ; manquent seulement, comme souvent, les 2 ff. de la table des rois. On citera la longue analyse proposée par Paul Allut dans ses "Recherches sur la vie et sur les Oeuvres du P. Claude François Menestrier" : "Ce volume est divisé en deux parties, comme le titre l'indique : la première, De l'Origine et de l'Usage des quartiers pour les preuves de noblesse" est du P. Menestrier. 7 ff. non chiffrés pour la table alphabétique des tableaux généalogiques et pour l'extrait du privilège ; 2 ff. non chiffrés pour l'introduction à l'Origine des quartiers et des preuves de noblesse ; après "De l'Origine, de l'usage et de la pratique des quartiers et lignes pour establir la noblesse et la descendance des personnes", 60 pp. A la fin, 6 ff. non chiffrés pour les soixantes quartiers paternels et maternels de M. le duc de Chartres, et pour la table des rois, princes et seigneurs dont les quartiers généalogiques sont dans le volume. Signature A-P. ; écus armoriés dans le texte. Entre les pp. 6, 7, 8 e … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Du Cardinal
2017-03-07 17:14:01
Joseph Guichard DU VERNEY
First edition, very rare. Illustrated with 16 folding plates unsigned.Bound in full brown sheepskin contemporary. Back tooled raised. Head cover and a restored area. Work towards the middle of the book in high margin, some worm inconsequential, but the worms have eaten the seams and are therefore vulnerable to p. 20 to p. 200 the problem from fading. The last print was cut too short and lacks the last few lines of text.This is the first scientific monograph of the structure of the ear and its diseases, it is therefore very valuable, and was crucial to the understanding of this little studied organ before. It is also the first work of this renowned anatomist and physiologist who was the teacher of the dolphin and taught in the garden of the king.Stamp of Doctor Maurice Petit de Montereau. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Chez Estienne Michallet à Paris 1683 in-12 (9x17cm) (24) 210pp. relié
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet
2017-03-07 08:13:25
SELINCOURT (Jacques Espée, Vte de)
à Paris, chez Gabriel Quinet, 1683, in 12, de 14ff. 390pp. 1f. de privilège, pl. veau brun époque, dos orné, un mors inf. très lég. fendu et qq. mouillures claires en marge sinon bel exemplaire. (ex-libris mss. M. de Noret) Edition originale de ce rare traité consacré au perfectionnement de l'art de la chasse. Il contient des modifications et de nombreux ajouts par rapport aux manuels de l'époque, en particulier sur la chasse hors des frontières nationales, comme la chasse au renard, avec des chapitres sur les chasses en Afrique, en Asie, en Amérique et même la chasse à la baleine. Il y a aussi des instructions sur la façon de nourrir, soigner et éduquer les chiens. ¶ Souhart 433 "Ouvrage assez estimé, devenu peu commun" - Thiebaud 836 "Ouvrage très estimé et fort rare, qui n'a jamais été réimprimé. Paul Petit consacre une longue note à Selincourt, qui était commandant de la vénerie de Mgr le Dauphin" - Schwerdt I, 163 "First edition, rare ... the table, gives a list of the various forms of hunting as practiced in the different countries of Europe at that date" - Harting 165 "... of some rarity. The author gives sound advise as to the hawks to be used according to the nature of the country in which they are to be flown".
Bookseller: L'intersigne Livres anciens
2017-03-06 13:48:34
BOYLE, Robert
London: Samuel Smith, 1683. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. 8vo (159 x 94 mm). [xvi], 289, [7] pp., including cancel title, title within 2-line rule border, with the 3 final advertisment leaves. Contemporary calf (upper hinge repaired). Internally only little browned. Provenance: The library of Hugh Selbourne (small stamp to title verso). A fine, crisp and unmarked copy. ----Norman 308; Heirs of Hippocrates 565; Wing B3993; Fulton 146b; Garrison-Morton 861; NLM/Krivatsy 1708; Waller 1388; Wellcome II, p.223 (1684 ed.); Cushing B579. - FIRST EDITION, second issue of "the first analysis of blood, Boyle's Memoirs may be considered the first scientific study in physiological chemistry, exhibiting methods which have become universally adopted." (Garrison & Morton). The present work is Boyle's most important medical contribution and is one of the first to deal with the scientific analysis of the blood. Bloodletting was still quite common at the time, so Boyle had little difficulty obtaining blood for his experiments. In his analysis of the blood, Boyle includes its properties of taste, temperature, combustibility, and weight and also mentions its serous and red portions, volatile and fixed salts, oil, mucus content, etc. He discusses human and animal blood, and describes a series of experiments to test the anticoagulating properties of various substances. Boyle also provides a series of remedies prepared from blood for a wide variety of ailments from hysteria and epilepsy to coughs and other respiratory complaints." (Heirs of Hippocrates 565). Very Good.
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books
2017-03-05 09:18:45
Williams, Walter
N.p.. First edition of the first part of an uncommon work written by a Middle Temple bencher (and the Keeper of its library in the early 18th century) putting a strongly grounded historical case for the King's personal review of Chancery. Later 3/4 calf over pebbled boards, quite worn, definite browning, ex-library; a usable copy only. N.p., London, 1683.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc.
2017-03-03 21:22:55
Scott, George...
London, England: E.H. for Robert Boulter, 1683. 4to. contemporary calf, leather spine label. (xvi), 204, (28) pages. Lowndes II, 1250. Epistle to the Reader, letter from the author to his son, Melvil's Memoirs, "alphabetical table of the principal matter contained in this book" (index), "alphabetical interpretation" of Scottish words and phrases, catalogue of books printed for the publisher. James Melvil (Melville) (1535-1617) was a page to Mary Queen of Scots, emissary from Mary to Elizabeth I, and adviser to James VI of Scotland, later James I of England (DNB XIII, 240-1). See also The Popular Scotish Biography Being Lives of Eminent Scotsmen (Edinburgh: The Edinburgh Printing and Publishing Co., 1841), 557. The manuscript of Melvil's memoirs, by a circuitous route, came into the hands of Melvil's grandson, another James Melvil, who put it into the hands of the author (Henry Morley, English Writers: An Attempt Towards a History of English Literature (London: Cassell & Company, 1892), 356). Biographical sketch in The United Presbyterian Magazine by Rev. William Morison attached following text. Covers separated, rubbed and scuffed with loss at corners. Tanning, especially at edges of text. Previous owner's name on front free endpaper....
Bookseller: Oak Knoll
2017-02-27 15:05:25
William BERRY (1647 - 1708).
London: William Berry [circa ], 1683. Copper engraving with original colour in outline, printed from two plates, set together (trimmed to platemark, with a tiny loss of margins of the image and letters, old repaired tear in the cartouche in the left-hand side, otherwise in a good condition), A very rare map shows Swabia in the southwestern Germany, with Suttgart in the middle. While many maps were made to showcase this key region during this era, the preset map is exceptional in that it is a rare, large English map. Its author, William Berry (1647 - 1708), was one of the leading figures in great revival in English cartography that occurred in Restoration Era England. He carved out a niche for himself in the London print world by making attractive and high quality maps, based on authoritative sources. In this particular case, he used the advanced cartography of Nicolas Sanson, the late French royal cartography. Most of his maps were both sold separately and included in composite atlases. While Berry was financially successful, he ran a ‘boutique’ business (as opposed to driving mass production) and most of his maps are today quite scarce.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dasa Pahor [München, Germany]
2017-02-23 18:49:29
Scott, George; Melville, Sir James; [Mary Stuart]; [Elizabeth I]; [James I]
London: Printed by E.H. for Robert Boulter at the Turks-head in Corn-hill, against the Royal-Exchange, 1683. First edition of this charged political memoir, offering insight into the courts of Mary Stuart, Elizabeth I, and James I. As a teenager, James Melville was dispatched to France to serve as a page for Mary, Queen of Scots. He soon became a diplomat, sent on missions for Henry II, and later served in Mary's household in Scotland. The controversy over Mary's engagement to Lord Darnley, which complicated the royal line of succession and alarmed the English, prompted Mary to send Melville as her emissary to Elizabeth I: "I was dispatched to England, [w]ith these following Instructions out of the Queens own mouth, to deal with the Queen of England . . . I found her Majesty walking in an Alley. And after I had kissed her hand, and presented my Letter of Credence, I told her Majesty in French the effect of my Commission, as near to the aforesaid Instructions as I could, and sometimes being interrupted by her demands, I answered as I judged most pertinent. . . . Her first demand was concerning the Letter, that the Queen [Mary] had written to her with such despiteful Language, that she thence conjectured all friendship and familiarity to have been given up. Which made her resolve never to write any more, but another as despiteful." Over the years, Melville grew close to Mary and her son James, and eventually served as advisor to James VI (later James I) after he ascended to the throne. This work, unknown until after Melville's death, was published by his grandson after the ma … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-02-16 04:26:59
Bayern -
Kupferstich-Karte von J.G. Bodenehr bei Johann Philip Steudner, datiert 1683, alt grenzkoloriert. Ca. 48 x 59 cm. Im oberen und unteren Bugbereich hinterlegte Einrisse. Leicht gewellt. Allseitig bis zur Einfassungslinie beschnitten. Klöti, Kartensammlung Ryhiner X, 4, 3/12 mit Abb. (in: Speculum Orbis, Jg. 3/1, S. 50); nicht in den Bavaria-Kat. u. TMM. Zeigt das altbayrische Gebiet. Rechts oben kolorierte Titelkartusche mit Voluten. Links oben Wappen mit Hermelinmantel und Krone, gehalten von zwei Putten. Rechts unten Datumskartusche, gehalten von zwei Putten mit Girlanden, darunter Meilenzeiger. Rechts unterhalb der Darstellung Vermerk "J.G. Bodenehr sc.", links unten "Zu finden bey Johann Philip Steudner in Augspurg". Seltener Einblattdruck, nicht in Cartographia Bavariae, nicht in der Kartensammlung der Staatsbibliothek Berlin.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen [Trier, Germany]
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2017-02-12 22:30:19
BURTON, Robert or Richard ( pseud. of Nathaniel Crouch. ):
London, printed for Nath. Crouch, 1683. Containing I. THE MIRACLES OF NATURE, or the strange signs and prodigious aspects and appearances in the heavens, the earth, and the waters for many hundred years past, with an account of the most famous comets, and other prodigies, since the birth of our Blessed Saviour, and the dreadful effects of many of them: also a particular description of the five blazing stars seen in England, within eighteen years last past, and abundance of other unaccountable accidents and productions of all kinds, till 1682. II. THE MIRACLES OF ART, describing the most magnificent buildings, and other curious inventions in all ages, as Solomons temple, the seven wonders of the world, and many more excellent structures and rarities throughout the whole earth. Beautified with divers sculptures of many curiosities therein. By R.B. author of the Hist. of the wars of England; Remarks of London; Wonderful prodigies; Admirable curiosities in England; and Extraordinary adventures of several famous men. FIRST EDITION 1683. 12mo, approximately 145 x 85 mm, 5¾ x 3¼ inches, 6 engraved plates, pages: Title, To the Reader, 1-222, should be 232 as 10 numbers 155-164 have been repeated (not duplicated), rebound in quarter calf, red and black gilt lettered labels to spine, gilt rules to spine, marbled boards, old endpapers preserved. 2 plates have small repairs to blank side of outer edge with slight loss to image, light soiling and staining throughout, small hole in page 196 affecting a few letters, 2 tiny nicks repaired, not really noticeable, 1 plate has tip of corner m … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.
2017-02-07 08:55:49
OBERÖSTERREICH:
mit altem Grenz- und Flächenkolorit, 1683, 47 x 56,5 Nicolaes Visscher II (1649 - 1702) war der erste Verleger, der die großen Wandkarten von G.M. Vischer (1628 Wenns/Tirol - 1696 Linz) von Niederösterreich und Oberösterreich ins Atlasformat verkleinerte und für ein breites Publikum herausbrachte; die Atlanten von Visscher zählen zu den letzten großen Atlanten der Amsterdamer Verlage des 17. Jahrhunderts und "hinterlassen den Eindruck einer harmonischen Ausgewogenheit; in typischer Barockmanier sollen allegorische Figurengruppen spezifische Landesprodukte symbolisieren; hübsche bildliche Darstellungen zeigen meist Eingeborene und Tiere, was dem an Ethnologie und Zoologie der betreffenden länder interessiertem Betrachter der damaligen Zeit manch wertvollen Hinweis gab." (Wawrik, Berühmte Atlanten. Kartographische Kunst aus fünf Jahrhunderten, p. 128); die Karten von Visscher wurden später von Homann und Seutter kopiert; mit intensivem Flächenkolorit, von sehr guter tadellos.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck [Berlin, B, Germany]
2017-02-02 16:45:40
HEISTER, Laurenz.
Neue viel vermehrte und verbesserte Aufl. gr.-8. 7 Bll., 1078 S., 12 Bll., Mit 1 gest.Titelportr. u. 36 (v. 38) mehrf. gefalt gest. Kupfertaf. (Taf. 14 u. 22 fehlen). Pgmt. d. Zt. Mit hs Rückentit., Hs. Besitzvermerk auf Vorsatz u. Tit., Taf 26 u. S. 781 wurden nach Einriss geklebt. vgl. Garrison/Morton 5576 Hirsch-H. III, 141 Vgl. Waller 4265 - Hauptwerk Lorenz Heisters (1683-1758), der als Begünder der wissenschaftlichen Chirurgie in Deutschland gilt. 1719 krönte er seine schriftstellerische Tätigkeit mit der Chirurgie. Das ist ein Buch, worin alles, was zur Wund-Arztney gehöret nach der neuesten und besten Art gründlich abgehandelt und in vielen Kupfer-Tafeln die neu erfundenen und dienlichen Instrumente nebst den bequemsten Handgriffen der chirurgischen Operationen deutlich vorgestellet werden. Mit diesem Werk betrat Heister in zweifacher Hinsicht Neuland. Zum einen hat sich vorher, zumindest in Deutschland, kein an einer Universität ausgebildeter Arzt mit der Chirurgie beschäftigt die Chirurgie war ausschließlich Sache der zur Zunft der Bader und Barbiere gehörenden Handwerkschirurgen. Zum anderen wurden wissenschaftliche Bücher damals nicht in deutscher Sprache geschrieben. An diesen beiden Punkten lässt sich auch die enorme Bedeutung aufzeigen, die Heister für die Chirurgie gehabt hat. Das Buch erschien auch in einer vereinfachten Ausgabe für Wundärzte und Hebammen. Die zahlreichen Kupfer sind wahrscheinlich von Heister selbst, er hatte schon als Kind das Zeichnen gründlich gelernt, und weil er mit den Kupferstichen in seinen ersten Büchern nicht zufrieden war, hat e … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag
2017-01-27 21:33:11
Machiavel, Nicolas (Machiavelli, Niccolo):
Amsterdam, Chez Henry Wetstein, 1683. Klein-8°. 15,5 cm. 14 Blatt, 229 Seiten. Pergamentband der Zeit. 1. Auflage. Französischsprachige Ausgabe. Mit gestochenem Portrait Machiavellis als Frontispiz und gestochenem Titelkupfer. Exlibris auf Deckel. Einband wenig fleckig. Gutes, innen sehr gutes Exemplar. First edition. French language edition. Contemporary vellum-bound. With one engraved frontispiece and and one title engraving. Nearly fine condition. Versand D: 4,90 EUR Philosophie / philosophy; Politologie / political science
Bookseller: Antiquariat Lenzen GbR
2017-01-26 11:19:23
Culpeper, Nicholas.
Sawbridge London 1683 - Small octavo; [24],269 (ie.305),[38]. Contrempoary panelled calf, rebacked with a lighter calf spine with raised bands and two lettering pieces, replacement endpapers (ie rebound without the original blank endpapers),the margins closely croppedbut ssemingly without loss of any text.Sl browning title page, minor spots prelims, small chip corners title page. Overall a Good solid copy of this scarce early dispensatory.
Bookseller: Neil Summersgill Ltd ABA,PBFA,ILAB.
2017-01-24 13:27:11
Augustinus, Aurelius
Paris, Muguet, 1683-1700. Zus. ca. 20000 S.. Mit Frontispiz (Porträt) in Bd 11, 12 Titelvignetten, 12 gestochenen Kopfleisten, 12 gestochenen Initialen. Gr.-Folio (414 x 266 mm). Marmorierte Kalbslederbände d. Z. auf 6 Bünden, mit Rückentitel und reicher -vergoldung. Die vorliegende kritische Mauriner-Ausgabe gilt bis heute als vorbildlich, auch und vor allem wegen des 11. Bandes: "Der 11. Bd bringt die v. Mabillon verfaßte Praefatio generalis (...), dann ein ausführl. Leben des hl. A. auf Grund der Studien v. Tillemont, sowie ausgezeichnete Indices über die echten u. über die (...) unechten Schriften." (Buchberger: Kirchl. Handlexikon. S., 411f). Laut Aussage des Vorbesitzers erlitt die Ausgabe in den letzten 50 Jahren einen Wasserschaden, dessen Spuren im Papier noch deutlich zu sehen sind so sind beinahe alle Bände im unteren Blattdrittel wasserrandig, gelegentlich auch schwach wellig. Die Einbände waren ebenfalls betroffen auch hier zeigen sich Wasserflecken wenn es Schäden an der Bindung gab, wurde diese auf höchst professionelle Weise und kaum sichtbar ausgebessert ansonsten Einbände kaum berieben beziehungsweise mit geringen Kratzspuren. 2 Bände haben ein etwas abweichendes Rückendekor, sind einige Millimeter höher und haben eine lateinische Bandzählung am Rücken der 11. Band (Register und Vita) ist ca. 2,5 cm höher als die anderen. Die Bände 1-2 sind in 2. Auflage (zuerst 1679) von 1689. Vgl. Brunet I, 557. Zögern Sie bitte nicht, wenn Sie Fragen haben oder z. B. Bilder sehen möchten. Wegen des kolossalen Formats und Gewichts bevorzugt der Antiquar die Selbstabho … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg [Germany]
2017-01-19 22:49:26
BURTON, Robert or Richard ( pseud. of Nathaniel Crouch. ):
London, printed for Nath. Crouch, 1683.. Containing I. THE MIRACLES OF NATURE, or the strange signs and prodigious aspects and appearances in the heavens, the earth, and the waters for many hundred years past, with an account of the most famous comets, and other prodigies, since the birth of our Blessed Saviour, and the dreadful effects of many of them: also a particular description of the five blazing stars seen in England, within eighteen years last past, and abundance of other unaccountable accidents and productions of all kinds, till 1682. II. THE MIRACLES OF ART, describing the most magnificent buildings, and other curious inventions in all ages, as Solomons temple, the seven wonders of the world, and many more excellent structures and rarities throughout the whole earth. Beautified with divers sculptures of many curiosities therein. By R.B. author of the Hist. of the wars of England; Remarks of London; Wonderful prodigies; Admirable curiosities in England; and Extraordinary adventures of several famous men. FIRST EDITION 1683. 12mo, approximately 145 x 85 mm, 5¾ x 3¼ inches, 6 engraved plates, pages: Title, To the Reader, 1-222, should be 232 as 10 numbers 155-164 have been repeated (not duplicated), rebound in quarter calf, red and black gilt lettered labels to spine, gilt rules to spine, marbled boards, old endpapers preserved. 2 plates have small repairs to blank side of outer edge with slight loss to image, light soiling and staining throughout, small hole in page 196 affecting a few letters, 2 tiny nicks repaired, not really noticeable, 1 plate has tip of corne … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton
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2017-01-18 13:33:48
PATIN (Charles).
Venetiis, Ex Typographia Io. Francisci Valuasensis, (1683). - in-4. Frontispice. 148pp. Plein veau maroquiné havane, dos à nerfs orné, encadrement doré sur les plats avec fleurons dans les angles (reliure italienne de l'époque, quelques taches et menus défauts). Edition Originale de la description par le numismate français Charles Patin (1633-1693), du célèbre cabinet de médailles du sénateur vénitien Pietro Morosini qui venait de s'éteindre. L'illustration se compose d'un magnifique frontispice allégorique dessiné par le peintre et graveur Louis Dorigny (1654-1742), et de 41 figures de médailles en taille-douce, insérées dans le texte. Dorigny était un élève de Lebrun qui séjourna en Italie et notamment à Venise, puis émigra plus tard en Autriche où il fut le premier artiste français qui ait travaillé dans ce pays (cf. Dussieux). Bel exemplaire, bien relié à l'époque. Cf. Dussieux, Les Artistes Français à l'étranger (1856), n°4. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas
2017-01-16 23:52:04
Anonymus.
Original colour lithograph depicting a playful and satirical approach of a painter to his work. 47 x 38,5 cm. Excellent condition of this early lithograph - in old, original hand-colouring. Wonderful example of a very accomplished work using the still young technique of lithography. Playing with all sorts of clichées of artists and their approaches, centering the pastime of the usuccessful artist against the seriousness of the craft. The year 1683 on the easel surely a clue to deciphering the meaning of this image, we were not able to do so. Whoever solves the puzzle, receives 20% discount on the price of this artwork.
Bookseller: The Time Traveller's Bookshop
2017-01-14 10:37:25
MORETTI, Tomaso
1683. Woodcut frontis., seven folding woodcut plates, & one folding printed table (detached). 6 p.l. (incl. frontis.), 124 pp. 8vo, fine 18th-cent. mottled calf, flat spine gilt, red morocco lettering piece on spine. London: Printed by A.G. and J.P. for Obadiah Blagrave, 1683. Second edition in English, enlarged (1st ed. in English: 1673) of Moretti's Trattato dell'Artigliera (Venice: 1665). The makeup of our edition is complicated - just look at the bibliographical head scratching which takes place in the ESTC entry - and there is tremendous variation in copies. Our copy lacks the two preliminary leaves with dedication to George Wharton and two final advertisement leaves (none of the three Macclesfield copies had the leaves of ads and each had a different collation). This text was translated by the son of Jonas Moore (1617-79), mathematician and patron of astronomy, who supported John Flamsteed and helped finance the foundation, construction, and equipping of the observatory at Greenwich. Jonas Moore Jr. has made a number of additions and Abraham Dager's appendix appears here for the first time. Dager sought to apply principles used in firework displays to defensive warfare. Fine copy from the Macclesfield library with the South Library bookplate and embossed stamp. ? Philip, A Bibliography of Firework Books, p. 99. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller Inc. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
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