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2017-10-28 10:50:48
PASCAL (Blaise)
Cologne, Balthasar Winfelt, 1684, in-8 (19,5x12cm), 20 ffnch. (Avis sur ces traductions, avertissement au lecteur, errata français, latin, espagnol et italien) - 613 pp., reliure époque plein veau, dos à cinq nerfs très orné de filets, fleurons et motifs dorés, coupes décorées, épidermures sur les plats. Bon état intérieur: rares piqûres, petit manque coin bas page 230 sans conséquence pour le texte, petites déchirures en marge pages 296 et 303 sans conséquence, cahiers inégalement jaunis. Ex libris A. KUHNHOLTZ dessiné et gravé par Dupont sur le contreplat de la couverture. Bon exemplaire de cette rare édition des Provinciales dite "des quatre langues" imprimée en français, latin, espagnol et italien. La traduction latine est de Pierre NICOLE ici sous le pseudonyme de Wendrock. L'adresse de Cologne est fictive.
Bookseller: Le Ver-Vert [France, Fourchambault]
2017-10-28 03:22:14
Wagner, Johann Christoph.
Augsburg, Jakob Koppmayer, 1684. Small folio (206 x 324 mm). (8), 162, (6) [instead of 8] pp. Title-page printed in red and black. With double-page-sized frontispiece, 39 (instead of 41) engr. plates and 2 engr. maps; numerous woodcuts in the text. Contemp. blindstamped leather over wooden boards with 2 clasps. First edition of this highly interesting, appealing work, a topical publication produced but a year after the 1683 Siege of Vienna. Four additional volumes would be prepared by 1689. The plates show views of Hungary, the Ottoman Empire, and the Near and Middle East (Jerusalem, Egypt, Babylon, etc.), as well as Sultan Mehmet IV and the relief of Vienna. - Binding rubbed. Some brownstaining throughout with occasional waterstains. Several leaves rebacked or reinforced in the margins (occasional loss to text or image); wants the view of Ofen (Buda) and the "Crowning of the Empress" as well as one leaf of the index. VD 17, 23:300271C. Lipperheide LB 22. Nebehay/W. 794. Not in Apponyi. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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2017-10-28 00:34:29
Türkenkriege, Polen 1684 -:
Venezia, Francesco Bossio (in fine: In Todi per il Galassi), 1684. - 4°, circa 22 x 15,5 cm. 2 Blatt mit figürlichem Holzschnitt auf dem Titel Gefaltet "IT\ICCU\RMLE\043311 (nur 1 Nachweis in Rom). Seltene Flugschrift mit der italienischen Übersetzung eines Briefes von Safi II. (oder Sulaiman I.; 1647-1694), dem Schah von Persien an den König von Polen Johann III. Sobieski. Darauf folgen Berichte über Auseinandersetzungen mit den Türken am Balkan und Gefechten zwischen den Kosaken und Tartaren. Im Jahr 1684 hatte sich das Reich unter Leopold I. mit Polen und Venedig gegen die Türken zur "Heiligen Liga" verbündet. - Weltweit nur 1 Nachweis für diese Flugschrift, in Polen nur ein Verweis auf das Exemplar in Rom. " "- Etwas gebräunt, sonst gut erhalten.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek [Germany]
2017-10-27 23:21:32
Blankaart, Steven (Blancard); W. Ten Rhyne
Amsterdam. By Jan ten Hoon, Boekverkooper, tegen over't oude Heere Longement, 1684, 8, XVI, 301 (p.286-287 mispag. 186-187), (1) XVIII pp., engraved frontispiece, contemp. vellum fine. Rare - First Edition of "Verhandeling van het podagra en vliegende jicht waar in des zelfs ware oorzaak en zekere genezingen werden voorgestelt. Als ook een korte beschrijving van de krachten des melks, toonende dat des zelfs voedsel, zoo voor gesonde als ongesonde, ( voornamelijk in het PODADRA) zeer dienstig is. Door Stephanus Blankaart. Item de Chineesche en Japansche wijse om door het branden van Moxa en het steken met een Goude Naald, alle ziekten en voornamelijk het podagra te genesen , door den Heer W. ten Rhyne. The half titles or 'tussentitels' run as follows: G2: 'VERHANDELINGE van de VLIEGENDE JICHT, ARTHRITIS VAGA Gezegt, Door Steph. BLANKAART M.D.' (L8): 'BESCHRYVINGE van PHILIPP. Jac. SACHS à LEWENHEIMB, Achtende dat de MELK Een troost der PODAGRISTEN is.' N5: 'BRIEFS-GEWYSE VERHANDELINGE Aan den HEER PILET Tot PARYS Wegens 't groote gebruik der MELK Zoo voor de Gezonde als Ongezonde, voornamentlijk in het PODAGRA BETOONENDE dat de MELK het aldergesondste voedsel des werelds is...': (R8): 'CHINEESE en JAPANSE Wyze om allerlei Ziekten door het BRANDEN van MOXA En het STEKEN met een GOUDE NAALD Zekerlijk te Genesen. Beschreven door den Hoog-geleerden en Wijd-beroemden HEER WILHELMUS ten RHYNE. Med. doct. &c. &c. Op BATAVIA in OOST-INDIEN.' One of the first works dealing exclusively with gout, with appended the rare treatise of Wilem Ten Rhyne (1649-1700) on acupuncture taken … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiq. F.-D. Söhn - Medicusbooks.Com [Marburg, Germany]
2017-10-26 10:48:07
Bernoulli, Johann; Leibniz Gottfried; Bernoulli, Jakob; Ehrenfried Walther von Tschirnhaus
Grosse & Gleditsch, Leipzig. FIRST EDITION, FIRST PRINTING OF JOHANN BERNOULLI'S FAMOUS BRACHISTOCHRONE PROBLEM (sometimes called the Brachistochrone challenge). The Brachistochrone (Greek for 'shortest' and 'time) problem itself was one of the earliest examples of a class of problem now known as the calculus of variations. By the 19th century, thanks to Lagrange among others, all fundamental laws of nature could be formulated in terms of the calculus of variations - a kind of universal language of physics. Bernoulli issued his mathematical challenge in the context of the argument between Newton and Leibniz over who first invented the calculus, the mathematical study of change. While Newton, save for a small notice, made something of a secret of his discovery of fluxions, Leibniz had published his calculus in 1684. By 1695, he and his student, Johann Bernoulli, had developed the calculus into a magnificent tool for solving an array of problems. Bernoulli and Leibniz, however, were curious about how much Newton really knew. Together they devised a test, the Brachistochrone problem, confident that only a mathematician who knew the calculus could solve it. Following the custom of the time, they published it. The problem read as follows: "Let two points A and B be given in a vertical plane. To find the curve that a point M, moving on a path AMB , must follow such that, starting from A, it reaches B in the shortest time under its own gravity" (ibid). Johann added that this curve is not a straight line, but a curve well known to geometers. Wanting to lure Newton, Bernoulli introd … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Atticus Rare Books [West Branch, IA, U.S.A.]
2017-10-26 10:48:07
Bernoulli, Johann; Leibniz Gottfried; Bernoulli, Jakob; Ehrenfried Walther von Tschirnhaus
Grosse & Gleditsch, Leipzig. FIRST EDITION, FIRST PRINTING OF JOHANN BERNOULLI'S FAMOUS BRACHISTOCHRONE PROBLEM (sometimes called the Brachistochrone challenge). The Brachistochrone (Greek for 'shortest' and 'time) problem itself was one of the earliest examples of a class of problem now known as the calculus of variations. By the 19th century, thanks to Lagrange among others, all fundamental laws of nature could be formulated in terms of the calculus of variations - a kind of universal language of physics. Bernoulli issued his mathematical challenge in the context of the argument between Newton and Leibniz over who first invented the calculus, the mathematical study of change. While Newton, save for a small notice, made something of a secret of his discovery of fluxions, Leibniz had published his calculus in 1684. By 1695, he and his student, Johann Bernoulli, had developed the calculus into a magnificent tool for solving an array of problems. Bernoulli and Leibniz, however, were curious about how much Newton really knew. Together they devised a test, the Brachistochrone problem, confident that only a mathematician who knew the calculus could solve it. Following the custom of the time, they published it. The problem read as follows: "Let two points A and B be given in a vertical plane. To find the curve that a point M, moving on a path AMB , must follow such that, starting from A, it reaches B in the shortest time under its own gravity" (ibid). Johann added that this curve is not a straight line, but a curve well known to geometers. Wanting to lure Newton, Bernoulli introd … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Atticus Rare Books [West Branch, IA, U.S.A.]
2017-10-26 10:48:07
Bernoulli, Johann; Leibniz Gottfried; Bernoulli, Jakob; Ehrenfried Walther von Tschirnhaus
Grosse & Gleditsch, Leipzig, 1684. FIRST EDITION, FIRST PRINTING OF JOHANN BERNOULLI'S FAMOUS BRACHISTOCHRONE PROBLEM (sometimes called the Brachistochrone challenge). The Brachistochrone (Greek for 'shortest' and 'time) problem itself was one of the earliest examples of a class of problem now known as the calculus of variations. By the 19th century, thanks to Lagrange among others, all fundamental laws of nature could be formulated in terms of the calculus of variations - a kind of universal language of physics. Bernoulli issued his mathematical challenge in the context of the argument between Newton and Leibniz over who first invented the calculus, the mathematical study of change. While Newton, save for a small notice, made something of a secret of his discovery of fluxions, Leibniz had published his calculus in 1684. By 1695, he and his student, Johann Bernoulli, had developed the calculus into a magnificent tool for solving an array of problems. Bernoulli and Leibniz, however, were curious about how much Newton really knew. Together they devised a test, the Brachistochrone problem, confident that only a mathematician who knew the calculus could solve it. Following the custom of the time, they published it. The problem read as follows: "Let two points A and B be given in a vertical plane. To find the curve that a point M, moving on a path AMB , must follow such that, starting from A, it reaches B in the shortest time under its own gravity" (ibid). Johann added that this curve is not a straight line, but a curve well known to geometers. Wanting to lure Newton, Bernoulli … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Atticus Rare Books [West Branch, IA, U.S.A.]
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2017-10-26 10:48:07
Bernoulli, Johann; Leibniz Gottfried; Bernoulli, Jakob; Ehrenfried Walther von Tschirnhaus
Grosse & Gleditsch, Leipzig, 1684. FIRST EDITION, FIRST PRINTING OF JOHANN BERNOULLI'S FAMOUS BRACHISTOCHRONE PROBLEM (sometimes called the Brachistochrone challenge). The Brachistochrone (Greek for 'shortest' and 'time) problem itself was one of the earliest examples of a class of problem now known as the calculus of variations. By the 19th century, thanks to Lagrange among others, all fundamental laws of nature could be formulated in terms of the calculus of variations - a kind of universal language of physics. Bernoulli issued his mathematical challenge in the context of the argument between Newton and Leibniz over who first invented the calculus, the mathematical study of change. While Newton, save for a small notice, made something of a secret of his discovery of fluxions, Leibniz had published his calculus in 1684. By 1695, he and his student, Johann Bernoulli, had developed the calculus into a magnificent tool for solving an array of problems. Bernoulli and Leibniz, however, were curious about how much Newton really knew. Together they devised a test, the Brachistochrone problem, confident that only a mathematician who knew the calculus could solve it. Following the custom of the time, they published it. The problem read as follows: "Let two points A and B be given in a vertical plane. To find the curve that a point M, moving on a path AMB , must follow such that, starting from A, it reaches B in the shortest time under its own gravity" (ibid). Johann added that this curve is not a straight line, but a curve well known to geometers. Wanting to lure Newton, Bernoulli … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Atticus Rare Books [West Branch, IA, U.S.A.]
2017-10-24 18:49:33
BOCCACIO, Giovanni, 1313-1375.:
London, printed for Awnsham Churchill, at the Black Swan at Amen Corner, MDCLXXXIV. [1684].. FIFTH EDITION IN ENGLISH 1684. 4to, approximately 300 x 195 mm, 12 x 7½ inches, LACKS ORIGINAL PORTRAIT, FACSIMILE PORTRAIT ADDED. (The facsimile has the name of Boccacio missing underneath his portrait), decorated initials, divisional title page to the last five days: "The Decameron Containing an Hundred very pleasant Novels" with a dedication page to Sir Philip Herbert Kt. and To the Reader on verso, pages: [16], 208, 221-483, [1], text is continuous despite pagination, catchwords are correct, ornament consisting of two rows of six printers devices on title page, rebound at sometime in half morocco with cloth sides, gilt title to spine, gilt rules between leather and cloth, new endpapers, top edge gilt, OLD INK SIGNATURE OF ELIZABETH HAWKSMOOR TO TITLE PAGE, probably that of the only daughter of the architect Nicholas Hawksmoor. Pale age-browning throughout, on a few pages the browning is heavy, but all text legible, spotting to margins, title page and last two pages have a small water stain to inner margin, vertical thin pale stain to title page and a small stain to outer edge, tips of corners missing to title page and following page, several pages have tiny closed tears to outer margin neatly repaired, a few other stains and small spots, a few pages have neat underlining, page 39 has a closed tear running into text, repaired, no loss to text, a good copy only. ESTC R2136. There are 2 variant printings, one with 12 flowers in two rows on title page the other with printer's device … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-10-24 17:01:24
MARTINUS, Johannes,
Stampa à Tschlin in Engadina bassa, Tras Nuot. Ianet, 1684. Primera edición de este Cancionero retorromance con numerosas partituras, raro en el mercado, de impresión popular con tipos de diverso formato y tamaño, - de ahí que la mayoría de los ejemplares presenten faltas. La obra se remata con la historia de Abraham (Gen. 22) y un epitafio en verso dedicado a Martino Martini. 18 hs., 216 fols. (+ 4 hs.), 26 hs. Encuadernación original restaurada en piel gofrada sobre tabla con cierres; algunas hojas con pequeños refuerzos en el vértice superior, las dos últimas laminadas. Los folios 200, 203-205 facsimilados.
Bookseller: MUNDUS LIBRI- ANA FORTES [Spain]
2017-10-23 01:12:38
Liset, Abraham,
1684 - Second separated edition. Folio, in two parts, [68]; [xiv], 14-36 [1], [2 leaves General Table], modern half calf. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Far Eastern Booksellers / Kyokuto Shoten
2017-10-22 17:12:53
Dresigius, Sigismund Friedrich (Präses).
1684. Enthält: 1. Johann Gottfried Unger: De adventu Christi ultimo et non gustaturis mortem ad Matthae. XVI, 28, Leipzig Diss. 1730, 32 S. 2. Sigismund Friedrich Dresigius (Präses: Johann Erhard Kappius): De novi foederis graeci latinismis merito et falso suspectis, Leipzig 1732, 24 S. 3. Adrian Deodatus Steger: De cicuta atheniensium poena publica, Leipzig 1734, 38 S., 1 Bl. 4. Georg Ebbesen: De usu stigmatum apud veteres ad Galat. VI,17, Leipzig 1733, 46 S., 1 Bl. zusätzlich: 5. Johann Benedikt Carpzow (Präses: Richard Simon): Historia Critica veteris testamenti, Leipzig 1684.
Bookseller: Wissenschaftliches Antiquariat Köln [Germany]
2017-10-19 13:11:35
BURNET, Thomas.
Printed by R. Norton for Walter Kettilby at the Bishops-Head in S.Paul's Church-Yard. London Folio, 1684. pp. (xviii), 327, (i). Engraved frontispiece, 2 double-page plates [world maps, with the land masses in relief and California as an island], 9 engraved figures in Book One and 3 in Book Two. Contemporary calf, front top corner repaired, spine edges worn, front free end-paper cut away, occasional neat oval stamp of TULLABEG COLLEGE, ex-libris ms. inscription of CAPT. THOS RIGBIE 1702, marginal marks and damp-staining at points throughout, a small rust-hole in H4, a reasonable copy. *This volume is complete on its own - a second volume, THE TWO LAST BOOKS - was published in 1690. See ARCHIBALD GEIKIE Founders of Geology - 'Nowhere did speculation run so completely riot as in England with regard to theories of the origin and structure of our globe. This craze reached its height during the latter part of the seventeenth century. In 1681 Thomas Burnet published in Latin his Sacred Theory of the Earth. This work, republished in English, and favoured with the patronage of Charles II, enjoyed a wide popularity and made some impression even on the Continent. It discoursed of the original structure of our planet, and of the changes which it was destined to undergo until 'the consummation of all things.' As its title denotes, the book was meant to support orthodox religion. With this view, the Deluge was taken as one of the great events in the history of the planet. Previous to that time, it was asserted, there had been perpetual spring upon the earth, but the wickedness of mankin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Patrick Pollak Rare Books ABA ILAB [SOUTH BRENT, DEVON, United Kingdom]
2017-10-16 14:07:41
Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski [München, Germany]
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2017-10-16 14:05:04
Mallet, Allain Manesson
Bookseller: Antiquariat T. Hatry [DE]
2017-10-16 14:05:03
[Siege of Vienna].
1684. 12mo. (8), 159 pp. With folding engr. portrait and folding engr. plan. Contemp. calf. First edition of this account of the 1683 Turkish siege of Vienna. The portrait shows Count Starhemberg. Owner's stamp to title page. Includes an additional engraving, captioned by a contemporary hand: "Mort du Grand Vizir, étranglé par l'ordre de Mehemed 4 pour n'avez pas pris Vienne". Old cancelled stamps. A clean, well-preserved copy, formerly in the Ottoman collection of the Swiss industrialist Herry W. Schaefer. Sturminger 2449. Kábdebo II, 182 ("1683" in error, not seen or located). Cf. Graesse VI/1, 76 (Brussels, 1684).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [AT]
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2017-10-16 13:48:49
L'ESTRANGE, Roger (1616-1704).
London: Printed by J. Bennet for William Abington, 1684-87. FIRST COLLECTED EDITION. Three volumes bound as two. Folio, unpaginated. Volume I, pp.[16]; followed by 470 sheets (including two extra sheets from larger issues), with nos. 471-73 bound into volume II. Volume II, pp.[12]; [6]; followed by sheets numbered 4 to 215. Volume III, pp.40; [4]; followed by 246 sheets. This adds up to all 931 sheets published. All three volumes have an arbitrarily arranged index preceding the main text, while volumes I and III also contain a preface, and volume III contains a potted history of the period. With a frontispiece copper engraving of the author by R. White, after a portrait by Godfrey Kneller. Also with an extract from Macaulay's 'History of England' neatly copied in black ink to front free endpaper of volume I. Recently re-backed, using original boards and title labels. In full brown calf with raised bands, gilt titles to original red labels on spines, and blind decoration to boards. Blind stamps of the American Congregational Association to title page of each volume. Bookplate of Silas Ketchum Hopkinton, as well as another bookplate bearing a coronet and the letter C, to front pastedown of each volume. Light browning throughout, most leaves brittle. One large tear to sheet 209 in volume I, gently repaired. One small worm hole towards the top of the sheets of volume I, from sheet 295 to end. Text unaffected. One large tear to sheet 4 of volume II, vertical near the binding. On sheet 78 of volume II the phrase 'Monarchy is anarchy ' has been corrected by hand to read 'Liberty i … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Adrian Harrington [UNITED KINGDOM]
2017-10-16 13:37:08
Horn, Georg.
Leiden Van der Aa, 1684. (14) 367 (25) S. Mit gestochenem Frontispiz. Pergamentband der Zeit. Zu I: Letzte Ausgabe des erstmals 1668 erschienenen Werkes. - "During the whole course of my investigations into this literature I have not come across any book more curious, less known, and scarcer . His name has been familiar to me for years as the editor of the works of Geber. It is on the secrets of creation, and includes a survey of natural history, and of the arts and sciences" (Ferguson, Secrets, Suppl. III, 79 zur EA.). - VD17 23:299434B; Ferguson I, 417 (Anm.); vgl. Caillet 5258, Rosenthal BMP 457 und Brüning 2198 (alle die EA). - Zu II: Seltene lateinische Ausgabe dieses erstmals 1679 in Französisch erschienenen Werkes. - "Très curieux, contient un certain nombre de secrets et de recettes. tirès en partie de la Philosophie hermétique" (Caillet). - Vgl. Rosenthal BMP 761; Caillet 9795; Duveen 525; Brüning 2421 (alle die Ausgabe Paris 1679). - Nahezu fleckenfreies Exemplar. Die letzten beiden Blätter mit alt hinterlegter oberer Ecke. Letztes weißes Blatt mit Notizen von alter Hand. Einband gering fleckig und mit Schnittspuren. Insgesamt wohlerhalten
Bookseller: Antiquariat Gerhard Gruber [Heilbronn, Germany]
2017-10-16 13:37:07
Morley, Christopher Love (Hrsg.)
Leiden Drummond, 1684. (21 x 16 cm). (32) 506 (21) S. Pergamentband der Zeit. Erste Ausgabe. - Das Hauptwerk des englischen Alchimisten und Mediziners ist eine Sammlung von 552 chemisch-alchemistischen und pharmazeutischen Abhandlungen und Rezepten nach Vorlesungen der Leidener Professoren de Maets, Margravius und Le Mort. - "The 'Collectanea' contains recipes arranged topically in alphabetical order, the name of the author (de Maets, Margravius, and Le Mort) responsible for each being given in the margin" (Partington). - Exlibris. Innendeckel mit Wurmspuren. Vereinzelt leicht stockfleckig bzw. gebräunt. Stellenweise mit Marginalien von alter Hand. Pergament an der vorderen Kante des Vorderdeckels leicht beschädigt. Insgesamt wohlerhalten. - Partington II, 736; Thorndike VIII, 152; Ferchl 369; Ferguson II, 110; Krivatsy 8107; Wellcome IV, 182; Bolton 373 (Anm.) [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Gerhard Gruber [Heilbronn, Germany]
2017-10-16 13:35:54
GASTALDI GIROLAMO.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Perini s.a.s. [IT]
2017-10-16 13:35:50
DuVerney, Joseph Guichard
Bookseller: Joseph J. Felcone Inc., ABAA [Princeton, NJ, U.S.A.]
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2017-10-16 13:33:44
DESMARETS DE SAINT-SORLIN (Jean);
Bookseller: Bonnefoi Livres Anciens [Paris, France]
2017-10-16 13:33:44
DESMARETS DE SAINT-SORLIN (Jean);
Bookseller: Bonnefoi Livres Anciens [Paris, France]
2017-10-16 13:24:57
Bunyan, John; Albert Ebbo Crous (vert.)
Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. van der Steur [Den Haag, Netherlands]
2017-10-16 13:01:34
Huber, Ulrik; Huber, Ulrich
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB [Clark, NJ, U.S.A.]
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2017-10-16 12:47:29
ORBIGNY, Alcide d'.
DSB X, pp. 221-222; Ward 1684; D.A. Young, Geological evidence for the age of the earth, p. 109. Complete first edition, including the often lacking tables, of a standard work on stratigraphy and paleontology by the famous Alcide d'Orbigny (1801-1857), "perhaps the most accomplished French paleontologist of the generation following Cuvier" (Young). In this work "he subdivided the Cretaceous System into 'stages', based on the notion that a typical fauna would be annihilated and replaced by a new fauna" (Young). He based his new classification of fossils on his research on geological strata, establishing the vital link between paleontology and stratigraphic geology that has proved so fruitful for both disciplines. Many contemporary geologists opposed his stratigraphic ideas, but despite this controversy he was appointed professor of paleontology at the Museum d'Histoire Naturelle in Paris in 1853. The work contains numerous woodengraved illustrations by E. Salle, which show an enormous variety of plant and animal fossils, from tiny invertebrates to gigantic dinosaurs.In very good condition, with only some faint foxing on the first and last few pages. Bindings of the text volumes slightly rubbed along the extremities and worn along the corners; paper wrappers of the tables slightly soiled, but still in good condition.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
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2017-10-16 12:41:37
Cicero, Marcus Tullius.
Works - Variorum edition. [1] Ciceronis (vel incerti Auctoris) Rhetoricorum ad Herennium libri quatuor. Et de Inventione Libri duo. Cum integris Dionysii Lambini, Fulvii Ursini, Jani Gruteri, Jacobi Gronovii & excerptis aliorum notis, Variantibus Codicum MSS. lectionibus, & ineditis Animadversionibus Joh. Georgii Graevii, additis sub finem Joh. Michaelis Bruti, & ineditis notis Francisci Oudendorpii, curante Petro Burmanno secundo. - [2] Epistolarum Ad Quintum fratrem libri tres, et Ad Brutum liber unus. Cum notis integris Petri Victorii, Paulli Manutii, Leon. Malespinae, D. Lambini, F. Ursini, Fr. Junii, J. Gruteri et Jacobi Gronovii, nec non Francisci Hotomanni Commentario in epistolam primam de Provincia admini-stranda. Adjectus est ad M. Tullium fratrem, De petitione consulatus, liber cum integro commentario Valerii Palermi Veronensis. - [3] M. T. Ciceronis liber de claris oratoribus, qui dicitur Brutus. Ad M. Brutum orator. Ad C. Trebatium topica. Oratorae partitiones. Liber de optimo genere oratorum / Cum interpretatione, ac notis, quas in usum serenissimi Delphini edidit Jacobus Proust, e Societate Jesu. Cum indice copioso. Juxta editionem novissimam Parisiensem. - [4] M. Tullii Ciceronis Academica. Recensuit, Variorum Notis suas immiscuit, et Hadr. Turnebi Petrique Fabri Commentarios adjunxit Joannes Davisius. Editio Secunda Emendata. Notis Auctior & Indice Rerum Locupletiori. - [5] M. Tullii Ciceronis ad Q. fratrem dialogi tres De oratore. Ex Mss. emendavit, notisque illustravit Zacharias Pearce, Decanus Wintoniensis. - [6] M. Tullii Ciceronis De Finibus Bonorum & Malorum libri quinque. Ex Recensione Joannis Davisii, Coll. Regin. Cantab. Praesidis. Cum Ejusdem Animadversionibus, Et Notis integris Petr. Victorii, P. Manucii, Joach. Camerarii, D. Lambini, ac Fulvii Ursini. Editio Secunda. - [7] M. Tullii Ciceronis De legibus Libri Tres. Recensuit, ac Petr Victorii, Paul Manucii, Jo. Camerarii, Dion. Lambini, et Fulvii Ursini Notis suas adjecit Joannes Davisiu
Bookseller: Collectable Books [GB]
2017-10-16 12:35:11
Sandrart, Joachim von.
Nürnberg Christian Sigmund Froberger 1684. Folio (38 x 26 cm). 1 Bl., 15 S., 64 (statt 72) z.T. gefaltete Kupfertafeln. Pergament d. Zeit m. geprägtem Rückentitel. Erste Ausgabe. - VD17 23:300768B. - Mit doppelblattgroßem illustrierten Kupfertitel, 2 gestochenen Vignetten u. 35 (statt 37) doppelblattgroßen (1 dreifach gefaltete) Tafeln nach J. von Sandrart gestochen von Johann Meyer, Johann Franck, J. J. von Sandrart und Johann Azelt. Es fehlen 7 Tafeln, darunter der großformatige Plan Roms in der Vogelperspektive. - Die Ansichten und Rekonstruktionen der Foren, Theater, des Circus Maximus, des Palatins, der Peterskirche, der Mausoläen und Grabdenkmäler, der Triumphbögen und -säulen, Obelisken, der spätantiken und mittelalterlichen Architektur etc. in klaren Abdrucken. - Einband etwas fleckig, hinteres Innengelenk aufgeplatzt, vorderer Vorsatz beschrieben, insgesamt etwas stockfleckig, die Tafeln davon überwiegend im weißen Rand betroffen, Textteil mit Feuchtigkeitsrand oben, wenige kleine Randläsuren, 2 Tafeln sowie die letzte Lage lose. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dieter Eckert [Bremen, Germany]
2017-10-16 12:31:12
REDI Francesco.
Per Piero Matini, In Firenze, 1684. Prima edizione. Cm.24x16,7. Pg.(8), 253, (1). Legatura in piena pergamena rigida, con titoli manoscritti al dorso a cinque nervature. Al frontespizio, impresso in rosso e nero, incisione calcografica con stemma della Crusca e il relativo motto "Il più bel fior ne coglie". Fuori testo ritratto del Redi inciso da Adrianus Halluech su un dipinto di Justus Supterman. In fine 26 tavole, due delle quali in grande formato, con numerose figure di raccapriccianti parassiti o organi di animali. Minime spellature ai margini. Tagli spruzzati. Buon esemplare, su carta greve. Le prime e le ultime carte sono interessate da pronunciati aloni bruniti. Volume di particolare interesse in quanto completo del ritratto dell'Autore, sovente mancante. Francesco Redi (Arezzo, 1626 ? 1697), naturalista, medico e letterato, compì gli studi a Firenze e a Pisa, laureandosi in Filosofia e Medicina, per poi entrare al servizio dei Medici. Fu arciconsolo della Crusca dal 1678 al 1690, partecipando ai lavori della terza edizione del "Vocabolario" e fu tra i fondatori dell'"Accademia del Cimento". Nominato archiatra del Granduca Ferdinando II, lasciò vari importanti studi tanto letterarari quanto scientifici, e morì a Pisa nel 1697. "I suoi studi, fra i quali quelli intorno alla generazione spontanea e al veleno delle vipere, rivestono particolare importanza nella storia della scienza moderna, per la loro opera di demolizione di alcune teorie di stampo aristotelico a favore di un'attività sperimentale e per la loro applicazione in campo medico di una pratica terapeutica d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: studio bibliografico pera s.a.s. [LUCCA, Italy]
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2017-10-16 12:25:18
Danckerts, Justus
Bookseller: Inter-Antiquariaat MEFFERDT & DE JONGE [Netherlands]
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2017-10-16 12:23:07
Bunyan, John; Albert Ebbo Crous (vert.)
Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. van der Steur [Den Haag, Netherlands]
2017-10-16 12:17:12
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE CHAMONAL [Paris, France]
2017-10-16 12:17:12
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE CHAMONAL [Paris, France]
2017-10-16 11:57:47
Mallet, Alain Manesson
Bookseller: Antiquariat im Hufelandhaus GmbH vorm. Lange & Springer [DE]
2017-10-16 11:55:18
Vitruvius Pollio, Marcus
Mit gest. Titel, 3 gest. Vignetten, 68 ´┐Żberwieg. blattgr. Kupfern, 2 gest. Initialen und zahlr. Textholzschnitten. Paris, J. Mit gest. Titel, 3 gest. Vignetten, 68 überwieg. blattgr. Kupfern, 2 gest. Initialen und zahlr. Textholzschnitten. Paris, J.-B. Coignard 1684. - Ldr. d. Zt., Rücken unter Verwendung alten Materials erneuert. Folio. 9 Bll., 354 S., 8 Bll. - . Zweite Ausgabe der Übersetzung ins Französische von C. Perrault, die erste erschien 1673. - ""Claude Perrault was a physican and scientist with a wide range of interests .... In the Dix livres Perrault expresses his interest in reforming contemporary monumental architecture ... His Vitruvius translation, which reflects the knowledge and interests of his broad scientific background, has been acclaimed ever since its publication as a work of outstanding quality. It remained the standard Vitruvius edition throughout the following two centuries. The large, beautifully designed illustrations for the text are etched by major artists of the time"" (Millard). - Tls. im Fußsteg etw. feuchtrandig, stellenw. etw. fleckig, 1 Bl. mit längerem reparierten Einriß, 1 Kupfer mit 4 Linien in Rötel, Titel mit gelöschtem Namenszug, Vorsätze erneuert. Einbd. leicht beschabt, Ecken erneuert. "
Bookseller: Ketterer Kunst GmbH, vorm. F. Dörling GmbH [Germany]
2017-10-16 11:41:37
FORD, EMANUEL.
London: Printed by M. H. and J. M. for J. Wright, J. Clarke, W. Thackeray, and T. Passinger, 1684. Stated "Twelfth Impression [i.e., edition]" on the title-page, which is not grossly incorrect. Two parts in one, small 4to, 19th century black half calf, reddish-orange paper boards, gilt decorations and lettering. Frontispiece to each part. A 17th century black-letter edition of a famous and popular late 16th century English romance, highly derivative of the Spanish novels of chivalry, but sufficiently influential on its own to appear in more than 20 editions over the course of 100 years and to be referred to in at least six 17th century English plays. See the DNB online. Little is recorded about Ford (sometimes spelled Forde), who wrote other popular romances. This was his best seller. Bibliographical manuscript notes on the front blank; frontispiece in part one laid down; title-page repaired on the verso; recently recased with new endpapers; very good copy.
Bookseller: Brick Row Book Shop [U.S.A.]
2017-10-16 11:38:03
JUVENAL] JUVENALIS / D. Junii [Decimus Junius Juvenalis] [together with] Auli Persii Flacii [Aulus Persius Flaccus]
Bookseller: GREENFIELD BOOKS Ltd. [CANADA]
2017-10-16 11:35:35
BOYLE, Robert.
Bookseller: Nigel Phillips [United Kingdom]
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