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2014-08-15 14:00:02
Böhmen - Tschechien - Grundbuch - Manuskript um 1685-1767.
Ca. 1685-1767.. 115 in deutscher Handschrift beschriebene Blätter und diverse eingefügte Ergänzungsblätter. Mit rotem Lacksiegel auf dem Innendeckel. 31,5 x 20,5 cm, Pergament unter Verwendung eines alten Antiphonar-Manuskriptes, mit 2 Bindebändern.. Grundbuch der Gemeinden Loucovice (deutsch Kienberg) und Oggold (Okoli) aus der Region Okres Cesky Krumlov (Böhmisch Krumau) sowie Hengst. Geordnet nach den Hausbesitzern (Urban Kocher, Nikolaus Viltzen, Philipp Häble, Ambros Zabo, Andrae Habertheur, Jacob Stockinger u.a.) - Einband fleckig, Rücken beschädigt, einige Blätter unten fingerfleckig. Insgesamt gut erhaltenes Dokument
Bookseller: Antiquariat Mertens & Pomplun GbR (Versa
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2014-08-13 17:10:48
De Soto]. [Citri de la Guette, Samuel de Broe].
1685 - First French edition, and amongst the earliest available, of Soto’s exploration of Southern United States. 1685. Paris. Denys Thierry. In 8vo. 12 ff. + 300. Contemporary French speckled calf, raised bands to spine, tooled in gilt, red morocco title label lettered; joints renewed, else fine. Title page with minor mainly marginal toning, scattered leaves present minor toning but overall very good. First French edition of the Relacam Verdadeira –first published in 1557, which is known in a single copy. A rare book consisting of the anonymous eyewitness’ account of De Soto’s expedition to Florida ad the Southern United States. Furthermore, the work includes the dramatic tale of Juan Ortiz, a member of the Narvaez expedition captured by the Indians and rescued by De Soto. The anonymous Portuguese original is a known in a single copy and is found at the NYPL. This is the first translation into French, made by the 17th century French historian Citri de la Guette, to compete with the later Florida del Ynca of Garcilasso de la Vega (published in Lisbon in 1605), considering this less well-known and historically more accurate –and considering the contemporaneity a consistent argument- relation was due for notoriety. It is the basis and inspiration for the English translation of the following year “A relation of the invasion and conquest of Florida by the Spaniards” (1686). The NUC mistakenly records an edition of 1589 (actually the 1699 reprint by Couterot). “The English translation, the first account in the English language of the settl … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: HS Rare Books
2014-08-13 10:00:41
. Kupferstich aus Wagner, Delineatio Provinciarum Pannoniae et .. b. Koppmayer, 1685, 19 x 34,8. Seltene und dek. Gesamtansicht.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck
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2014-08-12 23:29:55
Slezer, John:
Printed & sold by Tho: Bakewell, next the Horn Tavern in Fleetstreet, o. J. (ev. um 1685).. kolorierter Orig.-Kupferstich. Format der Abbildung ca. 23x41 cm, hinter geschnittenem Passepartout und gerahmtem Glas, Rahmengröße ca. 44,5x58 cm.. Goldbemalter Rahmen, wohl neueren Datums, allerdings recht hübsch auf alt gemacht. Mit einer Nummer am rechten unteren Eck: Nr. 32. Mit englischsprachiger gedruckter Dedication an den Charles Earl of Tankerville am oberen Bildrand. Dekorativ! Blick über den Fluß auf das Dryburgh Abbey House. Leichter gebräunt, leichtere Abreibungen, verso an den Ecken mit Tesafilm auf den Passepartout geklebt, dadurch an den äusseren Rändern etwas gebräunt, scheint aber nicht auf die Vorderseite durch! Knickspur mittig. insg. schön erhalten. Aus: Theatrum Scotiae von John Slezer, erstmals 1693 gedruckt bei John Jamieson.
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Riepenhausen
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2014-08-06 14:19:09
Curtius Rufus, Quintus
Ultrajecti [Utrecht]: Apud Franciscum Halma, academ. typog. ordinarium, 1685. [44], 94, [2], 847, [257] p., 10 folding plates (1 map); 20.5 cm. Added title-p., engraved. This copy has the bookplate of George Chetwynd (1783-1850) of Brocton Hall; the original full leather binding with new spine has an even earlier Chetwynd arms front & rear. Very Good; spine repair emphasized saving original rather than aesthetics. Stock#OB1025.
Bookseller: The Owl at the Bridge
2014-08-04 00:02:52
. mit altem Grenzkolorit,, um 1685, 43 x 52,5. Die Karte mit zwei kleinen fig. Kartuschen und Gradnetz. Der Südteil des Herzogtums Schleswig zwischen Apenrade und der Eider mit den Nordfriesischen Inseln.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck
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2014-07-31 14:40:29
Rycaut Paul
London: Christopher Wilkinson , 1685. Collation, [30]416+394+[18]pp, engraved portrait frontispiece. Book measures 12 3/4 x 8 1/2 inches.Bound in full calf. Recently rebacked, retaining the original period boards. Boards refurbished. Binding in very good clean firm condition. Internally, early signature on top margin of title page, some persistant but very light browing to extreme edge of margins. Pages in very good clean condition. A very nice well bound copy. A20. First Edition. Very Good. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.
Bookseller: George Jeffery Books
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2014-07-21 11:59:53
Dusart, Cornelis (1660 - Haarlem - 1704)
. Radierung, 1685, auf Bütten mit Wasserzeichen: V A C. 26,3:34,1 cm. Provenienz: Aus einer Berliner Sammlung, erworben 1917. Literatur: Bartsch 16; Weigel und Wurzbach 16, II; Hollstein 16, III. - Mit dem Namenszug und Datum in der Platte. - Guter Abdruck von Dusarts graphischem Hauptblatt mit Rändchen um die Einfassungslinie.. "Seine Radierungen, die ungefähr dieselben Gegenstände wie seine Gemälde behandeln und zum größten Teil 1685 (einige 1695) datiert sind, werden infolge ihrer selbständigen Technik recht geschätzt. Insbesondere wird die Art, wie Dusart zarte Übergänge von den tiefsten Schatten zu den hellen Lichtflächen schafft, gerühmt." (Vgl. Thieme-Becker X, S. 224).,
Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH
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2014-07-16 18:30:48
Falda, Giovanni Battista
Froberger for Sandrart, Nuremburg, 1685. Folio, early calf, worn and rubbed but sound. Minor worming. Plates fresh with strong impressions of the plates. Complete with 42 engraved plates of spectacular baroque Roman fountains whose style derived from the architecture of imperial antiquity. All but two of the plates are copies of etchings designed and engraved by Falda for "Le Fontane di Roma" of 1675. The fountains are linked to the urban spectacle of surrounding buildings and influenced by theatrical stage design. They include those in St. Peter's Square and at the papal palaces and the Pantheon; in the Piazzas Capitoline, Navona, de Popolo and di Spagna; in front of the Palaces Aldobrandini, Colonna and Farnese; and the Moses fountain (Fontana dell'Aqua Felice). Millard, Italian Books, 36: ". the most sophisticaed and elaborate collection of plates ever engraved on the subject." Berlin Catalogue, 3604 (this edition). Size: Folio [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Braiterman, Marilyn (ABAA member) [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2014-07-16 18:30:48
Falda, Giovanni Battista
Bookseller: Braiterman, Marilyn (ABAA member) [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2014-07-15 18:40:23
GOEDARTIUS, Johannes. Martin Lister.:
London, Excudebat R.E. sumptibus S. Smith, ad Insignia Principis in Coemeterio D. Pauli, 1685.LATIN EDITION EDITED by M. LISTER with his ADDED APPENDIX, 1685. Ex Library copy from the Birmingham Medical Institute. Small 8vo, approximately 185 x 120 mm, 7¼ x 4½ inches, 21 engraved plates, 14 to the first part and 7 in the Appendix, separate title page and pagination to Appendix, pages: [7], [1,blank], 1 - 356, [4], 1 - 45, [1] verso of page 45 blank, bound in plain vellum, no title to spine, gilt library stamp to foot of spine. Binding slightly dusty and stained, pale library stamps to title page and plates, a few plates have 2 pale library stamps, a few plates and text page just affected by pale stain to lower corners, a few margins a little dusty, 1 new free endpaper on old paper to match, 2 top margins trimmed off but no loss to images, 1 outer margin trimmed, no loss of image, library book - plate on first pastedown, overall a very good copy. Martin Lister edited this edition for the Royal Society, and supplied the appendix on marine life. Martin Lister (1639?1712) was a prominent Fellow of the Royal Society who was made an honorary MD in 1684. In later in life he moved to London, where he acted as Vice - President of the Royal Society and also as Censor of the Royal College of Physicians. In 1697?78 he travelled abroad, and finally retired to Epsom, where he continued to transact voluminous correspondence. Lister was one of the most high - profile and well - connected naturalists of the age. His letters thus provide a unique window onto early enlightenment cultures of m … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.
2014-07-15 09:13:32
TATE, Nahum. DURFEY, Thomas. Music by Henry PURCELL.:
London, printed for Henry Bonwicke, at the Red Lyon in St. Pauls Church-Yard, 1685.A DUKE AND NO DUKE: FIRST EDITION 1685, subtitle: A Farce. As it is acted by Their Majesties Servants.... With the several Songs set to Music, with thorow Basses for the Theorbo, or Basse Viol. Small 4to, approximately 210 x 145, 8¼ x 5¾ inches, pages: (8), 1 - 51 (1), prelims consist of dedication to Sr. George Hewyt, Preface, Prologue written by a friend of the Authors and the cast list. Bound in half green calf over dark blue boards, gilt dividing lines, gilt rules and gilt lettering for both titles to spine. Pages age - browned, 5 mm (¼") hole in title page partially affecting 2 letters in subtitle, now neatly repaired and hardly noticeable, slight binding crease across title page, no loss, very short closed edge tear to fore - edge, a few pages trimmed at top just shaving a couple of running titles, 1 or 2 dark spots, not obscuring text, a good copy. Binding slightly worn, small neat repairs to head and tail of spine, boards slightly rubbed, spine gilt slightly worn, armorial bookplate on front pastedown, play titles written in ink on front endpaper. Nahum Tate (1652 ? 1715) was an Irish poet, hymnist and lyricist, who became England's poet laureate in 1692. Tate's farce Duke and no Duke (first printed 1685, but acted earlier at the Theatre Royal) imitated Sir Aston Cockayne's Trappolin suppos'd a Prince. Bound with: A FOOL'S PREFERMENT, or, the Three Dukes of Dunstable. A Comedy. As it was Acted at the Queens Theatre in Dorset - Garden, by Their Majesties Servants. Written by Mr. D'urfe … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.
2014-07-14 10:13:42
D'EMERY, Sieur de. ( LEMERY, Nicolas, or ANTOINE JOSEPH D'EMERY ).:
Leiden (suivant la copie de Paris), Pierre van der Aa, 1685.Ouvrage tres utile & necessaire a toutes sortes de personnes, pour la conservation de leur vie. Experimentez & composez par le Sieur d'Emery. SECOND EDITION, 1685, printed in Holland, (first was 1684), much enlarged, revised and corrected, in 2 parts, the second part with its own title page, French text, 12mo, approximately 140 x 80 mm, 5½ x 3 inches, engraved additional pictorial title page divided into compartments showing a kitchen, gardening, an artist's studio, and the laboratory of an alchemist, plus 8 engraved plates by A. Schoonebeek, pages: [8], 398, [40]; 441 - 648, [16], bound in full antique leather, 4 raised bands, gilt decoration in compartments, gilt title to spine, all edges speckled red. Covers slightly worn with surface crazing, slight wear to corners, spine rubbed with some loss to gilt decoration, leather on raised bands just slightly chipped, hinges just starting to crack at top and bottom, small bookplate on front pastedown, small piece torn from 1 lower margin, white line to 1 plate (printing flaw), contents very clean, binding tight and firm. A very good copy . First published in Paris in 1674 with the title "Recueil de curiositez rares et nouvelles..." also as a 12mo but with only 394 pages, it is attributed by most libraries and reference books to French apothecary and physician Nicolas Lemery (1645 - 1715) but by some to Antoine Joseph Emery. It covers a great range of "secrets" including cooking recipes and the conservation of meat and fish, fruit, flowers, wine and vinegar, recipes for … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.
2014-07-13 17:46:29
Falda, Giovanni Battista
Nuremburg: Froberger for Sandrart, 1685. Folio, early calf, worn and rubbed but sound. Minor worming. Plates fresh with strong impressions of the plates. Complete with 42 engraved plates of spectacular baroque Roman fountains whose style derived from the architecture of imperial antiquity. All but two of the plates are copies of etchings designed and engraved by Falda for "Le Fontane di Roma" of 1675. The fountains are linked to the urban spectacle of surrounding buildings and influenced by theatrical stage design. They include those in St. Peter's Square and at the papal palaces and the Pantheon; in the Piazzas Capitoline, Navona, de Popolo and di Spagna; in front of the Palaces Aldobrandini, Colonna and Farnese; and the Moses fountain (Fontana dell'Aqua Felice). Millard, Italian Books, 36: "... the most sophisticaed and elaborate collection of plates ever engraved on the subject." Berlin Catalogue, 3604 (this edition).. Early Calf. Very Good. Folio.
Bookseller: marilyn braiterman rare books [United States]
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2014-07-13 17:46:29
Falda, Giovanni Battista
Bookseller: Braiterman, Marilyn (ABAA member) [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
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2014-07-10 17:21:31
D. Domingo de la Ripa
. Zustand: Bien Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa blanda. Zaragoza. 1685. 31X21. 861 p., 1 hoja de erratas y 16 h., de indices. La portada con orla tipografica, al final del texto lleva un escudo xilografico coronado del Reino de Aragon con orla tipografica. Primer volumen(son dos). Esta obra forma parte de los continuadores de Zurita y sus Anales de Aragon. La Ripa fue un monje benedictino prior del monasterio de San Juan de la Pena y cronista de Aragon. Bella Obra. Ref 5.6 Biblioteca A.
Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Marc & Antiques
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2014-07-09 13:53:42
Torquato Tasso
. Zustand: Excelente Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa dura. Bassano. Antonio Remondini. 1685. Pergamino a la romana. 10x5. 3h+672Pag+20 bellos grabados. La Obra contiene el cinque canti de Camillo Camilli. Magnifica Obra. Ref 9.8 Biblioteca A
Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Marc & Antiques
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2014-07-01 07:07:50
GOEDARTIUS, Johannes. Martin Lister.:
London, Excudebat R.E. sumptibus S. Smith, ad Insignia Principis in Coemeterio D. Pauli, 1685.. London, Excudebat R.E. sumptibus S. Smith, ad Insignia Principis in Coemeterio D. Pauli, 1685.. LATIN EDITION EDITED by M. LISTER with his ADDED APPENDIX, 1685. Ex Library copy from the Birmingham Medical Institute. Small 8vo, approximately 185 x 120 mm, 7¼ x 4½ inches, 21 engraved plates, 14 to the first part and 7 in the Appendix, separate title page and pagination to Appendix, pages: [7], [1,blank], 1-356, [4], 1-45, [1] verso of page 45 blank, bound in plain vellum, no title to spine, gilt library stamp to foot of spine. Binding slightly dusty and stained, pale library stamps to title page and plates, a few plates have 2 pale library stamps, a few plates and text page just affected by pale stain to lower corners, a few margins a little dusty, 1 new free endpaper on old paper to match, 2 top margins trimmed off but no loss to images, 1 outer margin trimmed, no loss of image, library book-plate on first pastedown, overall a very good copy. Martin Lister edited this edition for the Royal Society, and supplied the appendix on marine life. Martin Lister (1639–1712) was a prominent Fellow of the Royal Society who was made an honorary MD in 1684. In later in life he moved to London, where he acted as Vice-President of the Royal Society and also as Censor of the Royal College of Physicians. In 1697–78 he travelled abroad, and finally retired to Epsom, where he continued to transact voluminous correspondence. Lister was one of the most high-profile and well-connected natur … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton
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2014-06-30 09:21:17
SHAKESPEARE, William
London: for H. Herringman, E. Brewster, and R. Bentley, 1685. London: for H. Herringman, E. Brewster, and R. Bentley,, 1685. Published according to the true Original Copies. Unto which is added, Seven Plays, Never before Printed in Folio … Folio (363 × 232 mm). Contemporary mottled full calf over new boards, rebacked to style, spine elaborately gilt tooled in compartmetns with gilt-rolled raised bands, red morocco title label, sides bordered with blind rules and blind-tooled cornerpieces, board edges gilt-rolled, red speckled edges. Engraved portrait by Martin Droeshout above the verses To the Reader on verso of the first leaf, title with fleur-de-lis device (McKerrow 263), double column text within typographical rules, woodcut initials. Calf restored at board edges, rear pastedown relined, some scratches to sides, portrait frontispiece restored at inner margin and with a few trivial marks (some pencil) to recto, somewhat creased, 6cm tear from top edge repaired, faint ink ownership inscription at the top of title page, two 1920s newspaper clippings mounted on a stub following the title leaf, general light spotting and some toning to leaves up to A2, thereafter (saving some margins) generally fresh and untoned, though with the occasional spot or mark; toning and spotting increases somewhat towards the rear portion, penultimate leaf a little creased. A very good copy, unwashed and appealingly well-margined. Fourth folio, and the last of the 17th-century editions of Shakespeare's works, edited by John Heminge (d. 1630) and Henry Condell (d. 1627), the seven plays a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington
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2014-06-27 18:32:23
SHAKESPEARE, William.
London: for H. Herringman, E. Brewster, and R. Bentley, 1685 - Folio (363 × 232 mm). Contemporary mottled full calf over new boards, rebacked to style, spine elaborately gilt tooled in compartmetns with gilt-rolled raised bands, red morocco title label, sides bordered with blind rules and blind-tooled cornerpieces, board edges gilt-rolled, red speckled edges. Calf restored at board edges, rear pastedown relined, some scratches to sides, portrait frontispiece restored at inner margin and with a few trivial marks (some pencil) to recto, somewhat creased, 6cm tear from top edge repaired, faint ink ownership inscription at the top of title page, two 1920s newspaper clippings mounted on a stub following the title leaf, general light spotting and some toning to leaves up to A2, thereafter (saving some margins) generally fresh and untoned, though with the occasional spot or mark; toning and spotting increases somewhat towards the rear portion, penultimate leaf a little creased. A very good copy, unwashed and appealingly well-margined. Engraved portrait by Martin Droeshout above the verses To the Reader on verso of the first leaf, title with fleur-de-lis device (McKerrow 263), double column text within typographical rules, woodcut initials. Fourth folio, and the last of the 17th-century editions of Shakespeare's works, edited by John Heminge (d. 1630) and Henry Condell (d. 1627), the seven plays added by Philip Chetwin (d. 1680), publisher of the Third Folio. A reprint of the ill-fated Third Folio, this edition was issued by Henry Herringman in conjunction with other booksellers, a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member
2014-06-24 14:26:06
Leipzig, Göze für Gleditsch, 1685.. Tit., 81 S. HPrgt. Kl.-4°.. VD17 3:003421N; Apponyi II, 1191: "Handelt meist über den Krieg in Ungarn, die Ursachen des bisherigen Misslingens der Einnahme von Ofen etc. In Dialogform, nicht ohne Interesse"; Zedler XXXIV, Sp. 950 vermutet den Rechtsgelehrten Carl Scharschmid (1645-1717) als Verfasser. - Gutes Exemplar!
Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski
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2014-06-22 12:27:40
MASTERS, SAMUEL:
London, Printed by T.B. 1685. Size 6.0 x 7.75 inches. Re-bound in past. In half calf leather binding with gilt to spine. Marbled boards. In very good condition. Boards slightly rubbed. Slight browning to endpapers. Occasional small marks. Frontis bound in. Neat inscriptions to main title. Back free endpaper slightly creased. Else a clean and tight copy. 26pp. With portrait frontis. A sermon preached on the nature of Friendship from the late 17th century.
Bookseller: PROCTOR / THE ANTIQUE MAP & BOOKSHOP [DORCHESTER, United Kingdom]
2014-06-19 19:55:10
O. O., 1685.. O. O., 1685.. 4 Bll., 48 S. Rückenbroschur. 4°. VD17 23:317146Z (nur ein Nachweis in Wolfenbüttel). - Das Vorwort ist mit "Eva Maria von R." gezeichnet; nach Heßelmann, Simplicissimus redivivus, p. 170ff ist der Verfasser ein "schlesischer Protestant adeliger Herkunft", der diesen vom "Keuschen Joseph" von Grimmelshausen zu vorliegender Schrift inspiriert sieht.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
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2014-06-19 19:55:10
O. O., 1685.. 4 Bll., 48 S. Rückenbroschur. 4°.. VD17 23:317146Z (nur ein Nachweis in Wolfenbüttel). - Das Vorwort ist mit "Eva Maria von R." gezeichnet; nach Heßelmann, Simplicissimus redivivus, p. 170ff ist der Verfasser ein "schlesischer Protestant adeliger Herkunft", der diesen vom "Keuschen Joseph" von Grimmelshausen zu vorliegender Schrift inspiriert sieht.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski
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2014-06-03 13:05:57
Montaigne, Michael; Cotton, Charles (trans.)
London: T. Basset and M. Gilliflower and W. Hensman, 1685. London: T. Basset and M. Gilliflower and W. Hensman, 1685. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Three volumes in contemporary calf, each neatly rebacked and respined with new lettering pieces, corners worn, one heavily, notes and an old catalog entry to endpapers; light foxing, a few pages trimmed at the right margin (possibly removing marginalia), one closed tear in volume 2, scattered marginal pencil marks, mostly quite clean internally. .Published 1685, 1686, and 1685 - a variant of the first edition with "And an Account of the Author's Life" on the first title page. Cotton, though he became more famous as a friend of Izaak Walton and contributor to The Compleat Angler, also produced the edition of Montaigne that supplanted Florio's and was the standard English text for over a century. (xx), 638; 725; 573pp. Frontis portrait in each volume. Size: Octavo (8vo). 3-volume set (complete). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kilos. Category: Essays & Literary Criticism; Literature & Literary. Inventory No: 044722.
Bookseller: Pazzo Books
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2014-05-28 15:15:20
. mit altem Flächenkolorit,, um 1685, 38 x 48,5. Karte im Fürstenkolorit! Mit 2 altkol. Kartuschen ( eine mit schöner fig. Staff.), einem großen altkol. Wappen und einer altkol. Ansicht v. Liegnitz ( 5 x 15 cm.) oben links.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck
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2014-05-27 22:40:00
. Kupferstich aus Der Edle Rhein-Strohm b. Johann Philipp Steudner in Augsburg gedr. b. Leonhard Zacharias, 1685, 5 x 22,6 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Das Blatt altmontiert auf Albumseite (oben rechts handschriftlich "98"). - Sehr selten!
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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2014-05-27 22:40:00
. Kupferstich aus Der Edle Rhein-Strohm b. Johann Philipp Steudner in Augsburg gedr. b. Leonhard Zacharias, 1685, 6,8 x 22,7 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Reinger/Faust, Bingen am Rhein-Bilder einer alten Stadt, Nr. 21.1. (dort einziger Hinweis auf Steudner). - Das Blatt aufklappbar altmontiert auf Albumseite (oben rechts handschriftlich "114"). - Sehr selten!
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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2014-05-25 11:26:02
POSTEL, Nicolas
(Caen, Antoine Joüanne), 1685. ______ Format : In-12. Collation : titre, 1 f. bl., (22) ff., le dernier bl., 222 pp. Reliure : Cartonnage souple de papier éponge du XVIIIe. ____ Première édition. Nicolas Postel, (près de Coutances, 1612 - Caen, 1686) était doyen et professeur de la Faculté de médecine de Caen. Il a rédigé ce traité sous la forme d'un factum, pour défendre sa thèse sur les pneumonies d'hiver, qui était attaquée, et plus particulièrement par Puylon, doyen de la Faculté de Paris. Rare. *-------*.
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude [FRANCE]
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