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2012-12-22 18:41:54
STIERNHIELM, GEORG.
Sthlm, sumtibus & typis H. Keysers, 1685. 8:o. (4),169,(23) s. Trevligt halvpergamentbd med handtextad titeltext på ryggen och tegelfärgade pärmsidor (Johanna Röjgård och Lars Laurentii). Lätt bruntonad inlaga med några spridda småfläckar. Första arket med en fuktrand upp- och nedtill och de avslutande bladen med en fuktfläck upptill. Liten bläckfläck på titelbladet. Ställvis lite snävt skuren i nedre marginalen. Collijn Sveriges bibliografi 1600-talet 884. Warmholtz Bibliotheca historica Sueo-Gothica 1323. Utgavs av Johan Hadorph. I Philippus Cluverius skrift "Germania antiqua" från 1616 hade hävdats att goternas hemvist inte var Skandinavien utan snarare Preussen och Kassuben (ungefär nordöstra Pommern). Stiernhielm såg sig tvungen att vederlägga dessa blasfemiska påståenden, men blev inte nöjd med resultatet och lät arbetet ligga. Manuskriptet återfanns bland hans efterlämnade papper liksom avhandlingen "De Hyperboreis" som också den här utges för första gången. Schück spekulerar i "Kgl Vitterhets historie och antikvitets akademien. Dess förhistoria och historia", III, att Hadorph valde att ge ut de båda texterna för att visa att Rudbecks idéer i "Atlantican" inte var så originella som berömmet gjorde gällande.
Bookseller: Mats Rehnström [SE]
2012-12-22 16:01:24
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Lugduni: Petrum Guillimin & Antonium Beaujollin, 1685.. Full-Leather. Very Good. 4to "[...]Clemente IX. Clemente X. & Innocentio XI. recens concessis, suisque locis insertis". 4to, later (19th century) binding by Leicester and son, Worcester, black calf, gilt decorations, marbled endpapers. crudely repaired spine. front board bowed.A.E.G. very good. Manuscript annotation to top of title page reads " Ex Libris Richardi Brathwait". pp[xxxv], 643, CXXV (misprinted, should be cxxvi),[3], 2, [4] .copper plate engraving to title page, 8 full page engravings, engraved capital letters, printed in black and red, pages of music. Latin text. The final four pages consists of a pamphlet tipped-in (Supplementum ad missale romanum), issued by Carolus Ramaten V.A , which would date it to the latter end of the 18th century (Bishop Charles Walmesley,1722-1797, Bishop of Rama, Vicar Apostolic of the Western District of England)This, along with the Worcester link and the name Brathwait points to a possible English recusant connection.
Bookseller: Hava Books
2012-08-18 11:39:17
Italienische Literatur - Redi, Francesco.
Firenze, Piero Matini, 1685. 23,3x18 cm. 4 Bl., 46 S., 1 Bl., 264 S. Titelb. in Rot/Schwarz, mit einer gestoch. Vignette. Grüner Lederband des 18. Jhdts. mit goldgepr. Rückentitel. Simon 1268. - Gamba 827. - Erstausgabe. - Francesco Redi (1626-1697), Leibarzt von Cosmio III singt in seinen Versen ein Loblied auf die toskanischen Weine, im Anhang beschreibt er nebst anderen Getränken die Schokolade, ausserdem verfasste er in einem Vers ein Candiero-Rezept. - (Einband fleckig und berieben. Seitenränder etwas fleckig). - Breitrandiges Exemplar. Sprache: italienisch. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Biblion Antiquariat [Zürich, ZH, Switzerland]
2012-07-13 11:54:01
SPONTONE CIRO (SPONCIR OTTONE)
appresso Leonardo Pittoni,, Venezia, 1685. In 8?(210x160). Occhietto, frontespizio in rosso e nero, ritratto dell'imperatore Leopoldo I, "Leopoldo Augustissimo imperatore de romani" in rame. Belle testatine e finalini silografici, capilettera istoriati. Pagg. (24), 166, (2); 7 splendide tavole f. t. incise finemente in rame, ripiegate pi? volte, raffiguranti: una carta geografica della Germania - Ungheria, la citt? di Albaregale, Vicegrado, Novigradi, Vacia, Nayfel, Eperies. Piena pergamena semirigida coeva con titolo manoscritto al dorso. Ottimo esemplare genuino, con note a stampa al margine, in bella impressione e veste tipografica, stampato su carta vergellata. Lieve alone al margine inf. nella seconda met? del tomo. Opera alquanto rara; non repertoriata nelle biblioteche italiane, repertoriati solo poche copie in Germania, Canada, Australia. Francisci Szechenyi, 1799: Catalogo Bibliothecae Hungaricae pag. 364. Storia.
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini [Verona, VR, Italy]
2012-06-30 10:27:38
BEUGHEM CORNELIUS.
apud Jannsonio - Waesbergios,, Amstelodami, 1685 - Cm. 13,5, pp. (16) 788. Legatura strettamente coeva in piena pergamena molle con titoli manoscritti (posteriormente) al dorso. Piccoli ritocchi alla cuffia, peraltro esemplare genuino e ben conservato. Edizione originale, non comune, di quest'antica compilazione bibliografica riguardante le opere di storia, geografia e cronologia pubblicate in Europa nella seconda metà del '600. Il Beughem (1638-1710) fu libraio a Emmerich e le sue ricerche bibliografiche sono considerate fra le più interessanti del tempo. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2012-06-30 01:02:09
Simon, Richard]
Printed for Henry Faithorne, London 1685 - 8vo [12],271pp Subtitle: Wherein is handled according to the Laws, both Ancient and Modern, whatsoever concerns matters Beneficial, the Regale, Investitures, Nominations, and other Rights attributed to Princes / Written in French by a Learned Priest. And now done into English. Complete publisher's i mprint: Printed for Henry Faithorne and John Kersey, at the Rose in St. Pau 's Church-Yard, and Samuel Smith at the Prince's Arms in St. Paul's Church -Yard. Halkett & Laing III, 87; originally published at Frankfurt in 1684 ( and in 1709) under the pseudonym "Jerome a Costa". Uncredited English translation. Very rare. Bound in full dark brown calf, covers ruled and decorated in blind; plain endpapers. Good+ (some general external wear and rubbing, particularly to spine and corners; some internal browning and foxing, few leaves wrinkled and creased). Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Arundel Books
2012-06-28 09:51:08
Seutter, Mathaus
Bookseller: Nicholas D. Riccio Rare Books & Prints [U.S.A.]
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2012-06-23 18:51:37
JAMES II (PEPYS, Samuel)
1st.ed., 8vo., title + 1 (blank) + 220 pp., title and first page printed in red and black, some foxing mainly on early pages but a good copy in contemporary panelled calf, hinges cracked but firm, recent morocco label. London, n.p., printed anno 1685. Wing J381 showing only three copies in the U.K. at the British Library, Guildhall Library and Magdalene College, Cambridge with four in North America. A rare work in commerce; Samuel Pepys was named as first Master of the Trinity House in 1685 on its receipt of a new Royal Charter - ìand make our trusty and well beloved Samuel Pepys Esquire, Secretary of our Admiralty of England, to be the first and present Master of the said Guild.î (pp.9-10). A reprint appeared in 1715. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: The Chaucer Head [Ludlow, Shropshire, United Kingdom]
2012-06-22 23:46:27
LEMERY, Nicolas. (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, 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 cosmetics a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton
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2012-06-21 20:27:29
Fouquet Madama
a spese d Emanuele Massi s.d. [1685], in Cuneo - Legatura coeva in piena pergamena con titolo ms. al ds. Buon esemplare. Secondo Caillet (n. 4123): Ce préceux recueil de formules et de recettes secrètes de médicaments pour la guérison de tout les maux est universellement reputé et jouit encore actuellement d un certain succés . 12mo (cm. 13,3), 12 cc.nn., 497(1) pp., 14 cc.nn. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Ex Libris ALAI-ILAB/LILA member [Italy]
2012-06-17 20:01:06
Monterchi, Giuseppe.
Amsterdam, Hendrik Wetstein, 1685.. (20), 168 SS. Titel in rot und schwarz gedruckt. Mit gest. Frontispiz, 1 gest. Münztafel und 22 ganz. Münzkupfern im Text. (Beigebunden) II: Bellorio, Giovanni Pietro. Selecti nummi duo Antoniniani, quorum primus anni novi auspicia, alter Commodum & Annium verum caesares exhibet. Ex bibliotheca emin. principis Camilli Cardinalis maximi. Ebd., 1685. 51, (1) SS. Titel in rot und schwarz gedruckt. Mit 2 Münzkupfern. Schlichter pergamentfarbener Pappband über Holzdeckeln um 1900. Gr.-12mo.. Erste lateinische Ausgabe. - Von Giuseppe Monterchi (geb. um 1630), einem "in der Müntz-Wissenschaft sehr erfahrne[n] Antiquarius zu Rom" (Jöcher), besorgter Katalog seltener Münzen aus der Sammlung des Juristen und Kardinals Gaspero Carpegna (1625-1714). Erschien zuvor 1679 in Rom als "Scelta de medaglioni piu rari"; aus dem Italienischen übertragen von J. H. Wetstein. - II: Dritte Ausgabe (EA 1671 Rom). Die behandelten antoninischen Münzen zeigen Hadrian (Neujahrsmünze) bzw. Marc Aurels Söhne Commodus und den jungverstorbenen M. Annius Verus. - Giampietro Bellori (1613-96) "made a living as an antiquarian and was one of the first professional researchers in contemporary art [...] Bellori became a prominent archaeologist and art expert and in a joint effort with the artist and engraver Pietro Santo Bartoli (1635-1700) he would publish several archaeological monographs [...] In 1670 he was appointed Antiquario di Roma by Pope Clement X [...] Bellori maintained close connections with France, was a close friend of Poussin and was rewarded by Colbert for his … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
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2012-06-15 09:55:04
De La Fontaine. Sold As Is.
Amsterdam, Henry Desbordes, 1685. SOLD AS IS: 2 volumes bound in one with two title pages. Elaborate, detailed engravings for each fable done by de Hooge. All edges gilt. Resewn with a 20th century leather spine printed in gold letters. (see photo)with original marbled end paper bound in and original boards. There is singe damage to the top edge of both boards. The pages overall are slightly discolored and show a very minor amount of foxing which is from the ink in the text printing. What appears to be either a frontis or half title is trimmed and attached to an older leaf which is laid in. Hence collation: Volume One: Decorative title (laid-in) Title page, Advertisement (7 pages) followed by a Preface (5 pages) followed by a Table (2 pages) Then begins the tales numbered pages 1-236. Page 29-30 being a single leaf has a horizontal 3 inch tear just below the engraving and just before the text. There are no pages or leaves between Volume I and II. Hence, I believe a blank leaf is missing. Volume II: Collation: Title page, Preface (7 pages) LACKS first leaf of text which would have been pages 1-2 (the first leaf) Hence volume II starts with page 3. Being pages 3-216. Pages number 167-168, a single leaf is missing. The final 5 leaves are darkened at the top edge from result of singe. Thus all together 3 leaves are missing: 1st blank or possible illustrated title page of volume II, the first leaf of the text of volume II being pages 1-2, and pages 167-168, a single leaf. Hence there are 4 pages of text lacking, one of which probably had an engraving. [Attributes: First Edition; … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Bookstall [Richmond, CA, U.S.A.]
2012-06-14 16:38:36
LISTER, M.
1685. London, by the author, 1685-1692. Small folio (296 x 205mm). Leaves 667 with 976 engravings almost all before letters and mostly without the decorative borders, including engraved titles and engraved section titles, etc. 18th century green morocco, richly gilt ornamented spine in 6 compartments, sides with gilt corner pieces and borderlines, gilt edges. Early proof plates of Lister's famous work on shells and described by Wilkens as 'the true First Edition'. 'At intervals he would gather together sets of prints and give copies to his friends as an earnest of his progress, thus creating a confusing series of volumes, in which no two copies seemed to be alike' (Keynes p. 24). The title is different from the first collected edition which reads as follows: 'Historiae sive synopsis methodicae conchyliorum'. Our copy agrees with Keynes 45: "Lister seems to have distributed more copies of this form of the proofs.... Wing records nine with this title-page, not including the one in the Cambridge University Library". Keynes lists his own copy with 290 leaves. Our copy has almost as many leaves as the copy in the Cambridge University Library which seems to have 678 leaves and like our copy has the Appendix to Lib. IV. "In fact it seems that Lister distributed more than ten sets of prints under the title 'Historiae Conchyliorum'" (Keynes p. 24). The impressions of the engravings are sharp and clear as to be expected with an early state of the plates. The first collected edition has 490 leaves with 1084 engravings and is likewise dated 1685-1692, but was not published before 1697. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk
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2012-06-06 09:54:20
ROSSI GIO DOMENICO.
per Steffano Curti,, In Venetia, 1685. Cm. 15,5, pp. (12) 161 (5). Frontespizio ed alcuni titoli fra le preliminari in rosso e nero. Leg. in cart. antico rimontato. Alcune annotazioni ms. antiche all'occhietto, un alone chiaro al margine di alcune carte centrali e qualche altro minore segno d'uso. Manca l'ultima carta (d'indice). Esemplare comunque marginoso (in barbe) e genuino. Edizione originale ed unica, piuttosto rara in cui si tratta dei costumi e le usanze nuziali dei popoli al tempo conosciuti di tutti i continenti. Non presente in molte bibliografie consultate; cfr. Piantanida (n. 89): "Interessante operetta". [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
2012-06-06 07:30:34
Gracian, Lorenzo. translated by Giovanni Pietro Cattaneo
Appresso Nicolo Pezzanna, Venetia, 1685. Full contemporary vellum-backed boards, good. Half inch sq tear (with loss) to the half-title, inch sq cut from the bottom of the title page. Remains an exceptional example overall; scans &c on request. ; 312 pages; Printer's device to the title. Double columned type - minor foxing and worming. 1 Kg. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: MW Books Ltd. [Galway, Ireland]
2012-06-03 12:36:26
Shakespeare, William
Printed for H. Herringman, E. Brewster, and R. Bentley, at the Anchor in the New Exchange, The Crane in St. Paul's Church-Yard, and in Russel-Street Covent-Garden, London, 1685. The fourth and final of the 17th century Folios in which Shakespeare's plays were first collected. First State, without Chiswell's name in the publisher's imprint on the title-page. Contemporary full paneled calf, expertly rebacked in period style. The boards are scuffed and worn at the edges [most pronounced at the lower corners]. The first leaf, with the frontispiece portrait on the verso over a few lines of verse, is provided in facsimile. The title-page has been laid down with loss in the upper left corner to the first five letters of 'Comedies' and all but four or five letters of the Author's name [all of which were supplied long ago in manuscript facsimile]. The upper left corner of the dedication leaf [A1 of the preliminaries] has been similarly repaired with loss on the recto of only 10 or so letters in the first line [again supplied]. The top quarter of the page has been reinforced with paper on the verso, covering up the last eight lines of the Dedication [which have been rewritten in ink]. A repaired tear to the upper left corner of A2 affects only the typographical border on the recto. There is a one-inch square section of loss to the lower fore corner of the preliminaries and the first five leaves of text. On the preliminaries, it has been repaired with loss only to the typographical border. On the rectos of A1 through A5 of the text, there is loss to four-and-a-half catchwords only. On … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Clarel Rare Books [Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A.]
2012-06-01 11:30:09
Mackenzie, Sir George
Printed by T[homas].B[roun], London 1685 - Third Edition. 89pp. 1 vols. Small 12mo. Wickedness is Hard Work. With the bookplate of the Rev. Anson Phelps Stokes on the front pastedown, and inscribed on the first blank to his father: "F.B. Sanbborn to Anson Phelps Stokes. October 1903." F.B. Sanborn was friend and editor of Henry David Thoreau. Mackenzie was king's advocate during the period the period of covenanting persecution, and, according tot he DNB, his career as a public prosecutor"can only be defended if in law, as in love and war, 'all things are fair.'" He is known to this day in Scotland as "Bloody Mackenzie." Mackenzie's little essay in moral philosophy - whose basic argument is that it it much more inconvenient and harder work to be wicked - was first printed in 1667 (Wing M 181). Subsequent editions were incorporated into his book, Moral Gallantry, with a separate title-page. Wing M178 In a very attractive binding of full crushed red levant morocco, by BRADSTREET. Small slip pasted over name of a previous owner on flyleaf [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA
2012-05-30 22:23:06
Woodhead, Abraham
Printed at the Theater, Oxford, 1685. Contemporary leather binding with gilt on red leather spine label. Tips rubbed with a little loss of leather. 4 cm split in leather at base of front hinge, otherwise a silid binding with no broken strings. Spine in 5 compartments. Some names etc on endpapers. Internally a fresh clean copy. [viii], 342 pp. plus Supplenda. A respectable copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Church Green Books PBFA [Witney, OXON, United Kingdom]
2012-05-30 22:23:06
D. (P.)
Printed for Dorman Newman, 1685. FIRST EDITION, woodcut frontispiece and 14 woodcut portraits in the text, text printed in black letter, browned, one leaf with tear repaired with the loss of a couple of letters from the running title, other leaves with marginal repairs or tears without loss (apart from the '3' of the final page number), pp. [xvi, including initial blank], 143, [1], small 8vo, original sheep, rebacked, corners worn, various Scottish ownership inscriptions (see below), sound. Apparently the only edition of this somewhat crude and rather scarce production. The last 2 pages of the preliminaries list Books published by Newman, both 'Large and Small Histories', a good proportion of which seem not to have survived. The address to the Reader is signed P.D., although it is said to express 'the hearty Desire of the Publisher.' Early inscription on recto of first leaf: 'Ja Thomson his Book and no oyrs [?yours] but his.' 'Price 14 shillings Scots' on rear fly-leaf with signature James Knox opposite. Paper label on front fly-leaf with inscription presenting the volume to Campbeltown Free Library by a Mr. Mollison in 1901, and the book-plate of the library inside the front cover. The library was the gift of James Hall of Killean & Tangy (1823-1904), chairman of the British India Steam Navigation Company. (ESTC R27282, 7 copies, 4 in the UK, 3 in the US; Wing D78) [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Blackwell's Rare Books ABA ILAB BA [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2012-05-29 22:17:17
TORRE, G.
Padova, P.M. Frambotti, 1685. Folio (328 x 220mm). pp. (28), 709, (90), with one beautiful engraved emblematic title and an engraved portait of dalla Torre, printer's device on last leaf. Contemporary vellum, old repair to foot of spine. Hunt 372. Pritzel 9585. Georgio dalla Torre (Latin Turre) was an Italian botanist and director of the Padova Gardens from 1649-1681. A rare work.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2012-05-26 14:49:23
VAN HELMONT, F. M. [Franciscus Mercurius] .
J. C. and Freeman Collins for Robert Kettlewel, London, 1685. Hardcover, 8vo. (xvi) +1 - 127 [128] 1 - 215 [216]pp. Errata on final leaf. Two plates between pages 18 & 19 and 22 & 23 of the second part. Contemporary blindstamped calf boards, recently rebacked with a leather title-label. Later endpapers. Francis Mercurius Van Helmont (1614 - 1699 CE), was a son of the renowned Flemish chemist, physiologist, and physician, Jean Baptiste Van Helmont (1577 - 1644), whose works he edited and published. He was well known in the European intellectual world of his time, and became the tutor and friend to Leibniz (who wrote his epitaph). He was also friendly with the Cambridge Platonists, notably Henry More and the remarkable Anne Conway, who he introduced to Kabbalism (in Platonised form) and Quakerism, and whose work he also published. Francis Mercurius was profoundly interested in the Kabbalah, and it is now generally acknowledged that he was extensively involved with Knorr von Rosenroth in the publication of the collection of Kabblisitic text that were translated into Latin as the Kabbala Denudata (1677-78), a work which became the main resource on the Kabbalah for Hermetic Kabbalists for centuries to come. The 'Paradoxal Discourses,' is essentially a series of philosophical / theological / medical / scientific essays. They clearly demonstrate a world-view in which everything is both a vital living object or entity in it's own right, as well as a part of an ever evolving greater whole, with the influence of Kabbalistic and neo-Platonic thought particularly evident in the Fourth … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Weiser Antiquarian Books, Inc. [Cape Neddick, ME, U.S.A.]
2012-05-24 01:28:14
Juanini, Juan Bautista
1685: preparing coffee, a rare Spanish essay on the beverage. 1685. Madrid. In folio (320 mm x 220 mm). 2 ff. Loose in later red cloth binding. Uncut, a little foxed, else a fresh and clean example. First edition of this considerably rare, early, and interesting essay; written by Juanini and addressed to a Cardinal in Rome, on the history of coffee, both as a beverage and medicine. The essay makes references to the earliest description of the coffee plant by Prosper Alpini, in his De medicina Aegyptiorum (Venice, 1591) and of its knowledge by the Turcs, Arabs and Persians. The work concludes with instructions for its preparation, duration, ways and manners of drinking, recommendations, and even of mixing it with toasts and chocolate. Hunersdorf, Coffee: a bibliography, London, p776.
Bookseller: Hs Rare Books
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2012-05-22 20:36:35
Erasmus
Henricum Wetstenium, Amsterdami, 1685. 16mo. (Approx 3x5 inches). (viii),152pp. Engraved title showing a fool in the pulpit preaching. Dedicatory Preface to Thomas More. Bound to style in full brown calf, the spine in four compartments with three raised bands, and with the boards tooled in blind in period style. Ownership name dated 1696, early writing on the front pastedown and a preliminary blank; early bookplate. Title trimmed close else a very good copy in a fine binding by Beswick. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Thorn Books, ABAA [Tucson, AZ, U.S.A.]
2012-05-20 17:53:29
Maître Brice Bauderon
À Macon, Chez Robert Piget, 1685. Petit in-4° comprenant 4 ff (À Monseigneur Le Peletier) + 14 ff (Observations sur l'ortografe de ce livre + divers) + 547 pages + 1 ff. Le tout relié en plein veau (restauration moderne parfaite). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Le Beau Livre [Aix les Bains, France]
2012-05-19 21:13:23
REDI, Francesco.
H. Weinstein. Amsterdam, H. Wetstein, 1685-1686. In 12 de [10]-216-[37 index]-40-[6 index]-[2]-312-[32 index]pp., reliure en plein vélin rigide de l'époque, pièce de titre de papier ocre de l'époque, encadrée d'un double filet doré, deux petits manques dans les angles, titre doré, dos très légèrement sali, petites taches sur les marges latérales des plats, sig. d'app. et lettres à l'encre noire sur la première page de garde et le premier contreplat, deux frontispices ornés de gravures, 59 gravures en n/b, certaines dépliantes, représentant diverses espèces du règne végétal et animal, intérieur frais, tranches bleues, bel et bel exemplaire. 1100 € Cette édition est la traduction latine du volume ''Esperienze intorno alla generazione degli insetti'', publié en 1668. Dans cette oeuvre majeure, l'auteur contredit le phénomène de génération spontanée, héritage d'un concept élaboré par Aristote, qui prévalait encore au XVIIème siècle dans le monde scientifique, et non démenti par Galilée qui en 1632 dans son livre ''Dialogo dei due massimi sistemi del mondo" reconnaît partager cette thèse avec les aristoteliciens. Francesco Redi démontrera par ses observations au microscope que l'apparition de vers dans les cadavres n'est absolument pas un phénomène de génération spontanée mais le fruit d'une ponte, affirmation qui sera corroborée par son collègue Felice Fontana en 1767 et 1781. Francesco Redi (Arezzo 1626 - Pise 1697), étudiera le venin des serpents, notamment de la vipère, prouvant l'innocuité du venin s'il est ingéré, enfin il est considéré comme l'inventeur de la médecine lég … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Scritti [Paris, France]
2012-05-11 10:42:11
MEZERAY, Heer de ; (BROEKHUISEN, G. v.)
Door den Heer De Mezeray, raad, en Historieschryver des Konings van Vrankryk, in't Nederduitsch gebracht door G. v. Broekhuisen1, 2 vol. fort in-4 rel. plein vélin du temps dos à 5 nerfs, plats estampés à froid, Timotheus Ten Hoorn, Jan Bouman, t' Amsterdam, 1685, Tome I : 54 pl. hors texte - frontispice, 3 ff. n. ch. (titre et Aan de Leezer), 990 pp. et 11 ff. n. ch. (tables) ; Tome II : 8 pl. hors texte - 997 pp., 9 ff. n. ch. (tables) et 1 f. n. ch. (errata) Bon exemplaire, en reliure du temps (rel. lég. frottées, petite fente au mors en queue, petite tache à un plat, mq. le premier feuillet de garde du tome I) de cette traduction hollandaise des Chroniques de Mézeray, bien complet du frontispice et des 62 portraits hors texte (certains parmi les portraits des premiers rois étaient demeurés blancs). Klaversma et Hannema, Jan en Casper Luyken, 383-384 Néerlandais
Bookseller: Cardinal [FR]
2012-05-08 06:06:34
(VANEL, Jean de )
Paris, chez Guillaume de Luynes, Librarire, 1685. 8vo.; 24 hojas, 428 pp. y la mitad inferior del mapa de Hungria plegado. Manchas, posiblemente de un medicamento, desde la página 182 hasta 310. Encuadernación de época, en piel, con lomera profusamente ornada.
Bookseller: Hesperia Libros
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2012-04-30 23:34:48
Mackenzie, George
Printed for R.C. etc, London, 1685. 8vo. Pp (vi), xiv, ii, 190. Full calf, raised bands, gilt. Considerable wear to boards but the binding is pleasing. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Leakey's Bookshop Ltd. [Inverness, United Kingdom]
2012-04-30 05:04:01
The Curious Pencil of The Ever Memorable Sir Henry Wotton
London-B. Tooke and T. Sawbridge, 1685. Book. Hardbound volume in brown cloth covered boards with gilt title to the spine. Sir Henry Wotton (1568-December, 1639) was an English author and diplomat. In 1602 he was living at Florence, and a plot to murder James VI of Scotland having come to the ears of the grand-duke of Tuscany, Wotton was entrusted with letters to warn the king of the danger, and with Italian antidotes against poison. As Ottavio Baldi he travelled to Scotland by way of Norway. He was well received by James, and remained three months at the Scottish court, retaining his Italian incognito. He then returned to Florence, but on receiving the news of James's accession hurried to England. James knighted him, and offered him the embassy at Madrid or Paris; but Wotton, knowing that both these offices involved ruinous expense, desired rather to represent James at Venice. In 1627 he received a pension of 200, and in 1630 this was raised to 500 on the understanding that he should write a history of England. He did not neglect the duties of his provostship, and was happy in being able to entertain his friends lavishly. His most constant associates were Izaak Walton and John Hales. A bend in the Thames below the Playing Fields, known as Black Potts, is still pointed out as the spot where Wotton and Izaak Walton fished in company. Sir Henry Wotton was not an industrious author, and his writings are very small in bulk. During his lifetime he published only two works: The Elements of Architecture (1624), which is a free translation of de Architectura by Marcus Vitruvius Pol … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rooke Books PBFA [Bath, United Kingdom]
2012-04-29 17:06:47
[Acupuncture]
Juko Jushikei Hakki. Three parts in one volume. Kyoto (?), Enami Jinbee, Genroku 8 (= 1685). 4to size (27.0 x 19.0 cm). Xylographically printed on 69 double leaves folded in an accordion, or oriental, style, with 16 full-page woodcut plates. Original blue paper wrappers with xylographic text vignette on front. Contained in a modern blue cloth box made in Japanese style. Very rare illustrated work on acupuncture. Bibliographically, little is known about this work. It was anonymously published, and our copy seems to be a second issue. Mestler describes a similar work that was issued in 1684; this copy was published in 1685. The book was written in classical Chinese (in Japanese typescript). The author claims that he bases his writings on several classic Chinese medical texts from the 14th and 15th century. The beautiful illustrations appear to be made in the style of the mid-14th-century Chinese classic "Shi si jing fa hui" (An Elucidation of the Fourteen Channels) by Hua Shou. The plates show bodies of men with the acupunctural nodes indicated. The first 10 leaves have extensive contemporary handwritten annotations in two different hands (in red and black). Minor worming to lower blank margin of last two leaves. Wrappers with some wear and slight loss of blue paper, some uniform light age toning, but otherwise a very good copy of this rare work. Mestler, A Galaxy of Old Japanese Medical Books II, 474-475.
Bookseller: Bookshop Antiquariaat Schierenberg [NL]
2012-04-29 07:38:35
Le Gallois, P.
Estienne Michallet, Paris, [ but probably Leiden] second edition, 1685 - Contemporary speckled calf, spine in compartments, spine richly gilt, gilt edge decoration to boards, 12mo, 14 cm, engraved additional pictorial title, [8], 240 pp. Le Gallois is generally held to have stolen substantial parts of this work - his history of libraries, from the time of the Hebrews, the oriental nations, the Greeks and the Romans - from an earlier Latin treatise by Lomeier. But Le Gallois adds separate chapters on the prices of books before the invention of printing, on early printing history, on the classification of books, and on collecting a representative library - the last demonstrating the author's considerable knowledge and good taste. The imprint is false and the book was probably printed in the Netherlands - Rahir identifies the fleuron on the title-page as that of "S. Matthysz of Leyden". Bookplate of Vettor Giusti on front pastedown endpaper, front board a little bowed, front joint split at head and tail and head of spine worn with loss (1mm), boards slightly scuffed with small scrapes, corners slightly worn, contents generally browned with occasional light foxing. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Wykeham Books [United Kingdom]
2012-04-28 23:08:26
CHAGAS, Fr. Antonio das, O.F.M. [Antonio da Fonseca Soares].
Coimbra, Na Officina de Joseph Ferreyra, 1685. 8°, early limp vellum (a few stains; remains of ties), horizontal manuscript title on spine. Woodcut initials and tailpieces. Some faint dampstaining and small hole in blank portion of title page. Overall in very good condition. Early ink inscription on flyleaf, facing title page: "De bro [?] de Soror Izabel // Acta [?] de São Jozeph." (8 ll.), 316 pp., (1 l.). *** Little-recorded second edition (or issue?) of this addition to a classic work. The Obras espirituaes, first published in Lisbon, 1684 and 1687, have earned Fr. Antonio das Chagas a foremost place in Portuguese literature. According to Belchior Pontes, the Obras espirituaes posthumas first appeared in Lisbon, 1684, and again at Coimbra, 1685 (this edition); Coimbra, 1700; Lisbon, 1715; and Coimbra, 1728. The Lisbon, 1684 edition is described in Ameal 590 (xviii, 316, ii pp.), Nepomuceno 460 (xvii, 316, 2 pp.), and Castello Melhor 702 (without collation). Given the similarity of this collation with that of our Coimbra, 1685 edition, it is possible that the 1684 edition is merely a different issue, but without comparing the two side by side, it is impossible to be certain.António da Fonseca Soares was born at Vidigueira in 1631, and spent his youth as a soldier. After killing a man in a duel arising from one of many love affairs, he fled to Brazil. When he returned (1657?) he attained the rank of captain, but in 1663 abandoned his military career and took vows in the Franciscan monastery at Évora. He died in 1682 at the monastery at Varatojo, which he had founded. Bell … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Richard C. Ramer Old and Rare Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2012-04-24 16:37:36
Pierre Le Gallois
Estienne Michallet, 1685. [8], 240 pp; with engraved additional title; second edition; 12mo; 19th century red morocco by Thibaron-Joly, with triple fillet, elaborately gilt dentelles; marbled endpapers; raised bands, gilt spine; a.e.g.; hinges lightly rubbed. A survey of ancient and contemporary European libraries (first ed. 1680). Interior is clean and bright. With Robert Hoe's morocco booklabel (sale April 22, 1912, lot 1932) and bookplate of James Cox Brady, engraved by Charles Selkirk. A lovely copy with an important association. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: George Ong Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2012-04-20 03:13:05
May, Robert
London: Obadiah Blagrave, 1685. 471 pages. Wherein the whole art is revealed in a more easie and perfect method, than hath been publisht in any language. Expert and ready ways for the dressing of all sorts of flesh, fowl, and fish, with a variety of sauces proper for each of them; and how to raise all manner of pastes; the best directions for all sorts of kickshaws, also the terms of carving and sewing. An exact account of all the dishes for all seasons of the year, with other a-la-mode curiosities. The fifth edition, with large additions throughout the whole work: besides two hundred figures of several forms for all manner of bak'd meats, (either flesh or fish) as, pyes tarts, custards,cheesecakes, and florentines, placed in tables. and directed to the pages they appertain to. Approved by fifty five years experience and industry of Robert May, in his attendance on several persons of great honour. Cagle 868. Bitting 318 calls for four folding plates - these are not present in this copy, also lacks frontispiece. All pages are complete and clean. Kickshaws are mentioned in Shakespear's Henry IV part 2, act V, scene 1.. Fifth Edition. Full-Leather. Good/No Jacket - as issued. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.
Bookseller: Books & Bygones [United Kingdom]
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2012-04-19 11:17:30
ATHANASIUS of Alexandria, VALENTINIAN III, MARCIAN, THEODORUS ABUCARA
Edmundi Martini & Joannem Boudot, Paris, 1685. 8vo. pp. [34] 150. Dual page text in Greek and Latin. Each section contains a divisional half-title. Re-bound in modern thick un-sized rag paper over boards with yapp edges after an early style of paper covered binding. Interior is age-toned. A library perforated stamp is present in the bottom margin of the title page and in the bottom margin of leaf Dii. Both stamps are patched on the verso with a matching piece of thin early paper. Title contains minor edge chipping with outer corner tip neatly restored. Final blank / fly-leaf is a bit chipped. Author's name is written in an early hand on the fore-edge of the book. Contains three works edited from manuscripts by the German Greek scholar Andreas Arnold: Athanasius, "Syntagma Doctrinae ad clericos et laicos" - a treatise by St. Athanasius, Bishop of Alexandria (296-373 c.e.) on the Christian life and on Christian asceticism; Valentinian III and Marcian, "Epistolae duae ad Leonem" - two letters by the Roman emperors Valentinian III and Marcian to Pope Leo concerning the Council of Chalcedon (c.e 451); Theodorus Abucara, Bishop 0f Caria in Syria (8th cent.) "Tractatus de unione et incarnatione" - a treatise on the incarnation. Extensive notes included in the rear of the book (p.83-150).[Graesse I, p. 243]. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Robert McDowell Antiquarian Books [Concord, MA, U.S.A.]
2012-04-12 07:44:27
Banks [also Bankes], John. Dryden, John [1631 - 1700] - Contributor
London: Printed for Richard Bentley and Mary Magnes, 1685. 2nd edition (MacDonald 118b; TC II, 118; Wing B-664). [8], 62, [2] pp. 4to: A - I^4. 8-5/8" x 6-1/2". Later full brown calf binding, executed in a period style. Spine sunned. Usually browning to paper, with t.p. a bit grubby. Catchwords / running titles occasionally shaved by binder's knife. Bookplate of 'Kenneth Rapoport'. A VG copy. Item #32955 Dryden contributed the Epilogue.
Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA [Alameda, CA, U.S.A.]
2012-04-03 02:50:41
Redi, F
Amsterdam, H. Wetstein, 1685-1686. Six parts in one. 12mo. [10], 216, [37, index], 40, [6, index], [2], 312, [32, index] pp., two engraved frontispieces, 59 partly folded engraved plates. Later vellum with abridged title written on spine.* Mint copy of a collection of six papers by two authors (Redi and Lachmund) that are combined together as the second Latin edition of the Opuscula. The following are included: (1) "Experimenta circa generationem insectorum". DSB, vol.11, p.341: "Redi's masterpiece is considered to be 'Esperienze intorno alla generazione degl'Insetti...' (1668), in which he disproved the doctrine of spontaneous generation in insects, inherited from Aristotle and still considered dogma. The microscope revealed in insects an organization as marvelous as it was unsuspected..."; (2) "Generationem Insectorum" with its index; (3) "de Ave Diomedea section of F. Lachmund on the Albatross, with 5 plates, numbered "A", "B", I-III. the last four folded; (4) "Experimenta circa varias res Naturales"; (5) the important "Observationes de viperis" (the first edition of this part was published in 1664 in a quarto format in Florence), and (6) its "Epistola". A very nice, clean copy. Binding seems later, but is expertly made and looks contemporary. Especially important because of the Viper part, and the fine illustrations (e.g. of Siphonaptera and Phthiraptera). Horn-Schenkling, 17788. Nissen ZBI, 3320, 3322.
Bookseller: Dieter Schierenberg bv
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2012-03-30 15:52:07
ARCHIMEDES of Syracuse
Palermo: Cyllenius Hesperius, 1685. First edition of Maurolico’s translation of Archimedes, one of the two most important versions of the sixteenth century (the other being Commandino’s). Francesco Maurolico (1494-1575) “ranked with Commandino as a first-rate student of Archimdes, and indeed these two … were the outstanding interpreters of Archimedes in the first three-quarters of the century. However, Maurolico’s interest, unlike Commandino’s, was not in establishing a philologically sound version or translation of the Archimedean texts that survived but in presenting mathematically coherent texts that achieved Archimdedes’ objectives. This will become particularly clear when we examine … those texts in which Maurolico skillfully grafted medieval material onto the traditional Archimedean texts” (Clagett, Archimdes in the Middle Ages, vol. 3, part III, p.749; all of his chapter five, ‘Francesco Maurolico in the Medieval Archimedes’, pp.749-1053, is devoted to this translation). <br/><br/>& “This paraphrase of Archimedean texts was made by the Sicilian Francesco Maurolico (1494-1575) probably between 1534 and 1550. A partial edition was printed at Messina between 1670 and 1672 by Paolo Bonacota, printer to the Senate of Messina, which largely paid for the edition. This was, however, never published, as the editor, Borelli, had to leave Sicily for Rome. The sheets of what had been printed remained stored in the house of one Lorenzo di Tommaso, an apothecary, who had obtained the original manuscript from the family of … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-03-27 16:56:53
Erasmus
Amsterdami: Henricum Wetstenium, 1685. Early Edition. 16mo. (Approx 3x5 inches). (viii),152pp. Engraved title showing a fool in the pulpit preaching. Dedicatory Preface to Thomas More. Bound to style in full brown calf, the spine in four compartments with three raised bands, and with the boards tooled in blind in period style. Ownership name dated 1696, early writing on the front pastedown and a preliminary blank; early bookplate. Title trimmed close else a very good copy in a fine binding by Beswick. Very good.
Bookseller: Thorn Books, ABAA [U.S.A.]
2012-03-26 10:22:50
Genesis.
13. Ars librorum Druck, eines von 475 numerierten Exemplaren. Für den Satz wurde die 1685 von dem Ungarn Miklós Kis in Amsterdam geschnittene Janson-Antiqua aus dem Besitz der Stempel AG verwendet. Mit 9 Orig.-Farbholzschnitten von Felix Hoffmann, davon einer auf dem Einband. Tadellos erhalten. - Gotthard de Beauclair Leben und Werk S. 42-43 mit farb. Abb. u. S. 161.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Schmidt & Günther [Kelkheim, Germany]
2012-03-06 21:31:37
BONTEKOE, CORNELIS,
's Gravenhage, Pieter Hagen, 1685. Small 8vo. (LIII)+343 pp. With engr. title plate, general title printed in red & black. Contemp. vellum. (Rear cover has some brown spots; first 5 printed lvs. have torn off top corners with loss of a few letters in top lines, also slightly affecting title plate that has some superficial damage as well. Old price inscr. on verso of front endp.: "2 Stuyvers"). * BMN I: 417. Zachert p.235. 3rd edition published in the year of author's decease (1st appeared 1678) . Justification foreword ('Den drucker tot den leser') with printer's signature in ink. - In this most widely known work of the period on the subject, Dr. Bontekoe recommends the drinking of tea from 8 to 10 cups a day, given that he himself consumed such quantities, and claims to drink 50 to 200 cups daily. The treatise is preceded by a two-page laudatory poem by 'V.O.'. Added are a chapter on the healthy effects of coffee and another on chocolate, and 'an apology from the author against his slanderers' (he may have been under the employment of the Dutch East India Company, then having the monopoly on the tea market, while making these recommendations).Medisch, geneeskunst. Cultuurgesch., wonen, eten, drinken. Nederland Netherlands Holland Dutch bontekoe, cornelis
Bookseller: CHARBO'S Antiquariaat [Netherlands]
2012-03-03 17:52:21
Franck von Frankenau, Georg.
Straßburg, Josias Städel, 1685. 12°. Mit gefalt. illustr. Kupfertitel. 13 Bll., 165; 90 S., 4 Bll., Pgmt. d. Zt. m. handschriftl. Rückentitel. Zweite Ausgabe, erschien zuerst 1672. - Alphabetisches Verzeichnis von Heilpflanzen mit ihren lateinischen u. tlw. deutschen und griechischen Namen sowie deren Anwendung; die dt. Ausgabe erschien unter dem Titel „Flora Francica Aucta, oder vollständiges Kräuter-Lexicon, worinnen aller bekannten aus= und inländischen Kräuter, Bäume, Stauden, Blumen, Wurzeln etc. verschiedene lateinisch= und deutsche Namen, Temperamente, Kräfte, Nutzen, Wirkungen und Präparate gründlich beschrieben werden. - Der Mediziner Georg Franck von Franckenau (1669-1732) studierte seit 1685 in Heidelberg Medizin. Reisen führten ihn nach Holland und England, wo er sich einige Jahre aufhielt. 1689 ging Franck von Frankenau als Leibarzt an den Hof des Kurfürsten von Sachsen, wurde 1692 in Jena zum Lizentiaten der Medizin promoviert und ging als a.o.Prof. an die Univ. Wittenberg. Seit 1692 war Franck von Frankenau Mitglied der Deutschen Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina. 1693 vom Kaiser geadelt, reiste er 1695 gemeinsam mit seinem Vater nach Kopenhagen an den Hof des Königs von Dänemark. Seit 1701 designierter Professor phil. et med. an der Univ. Kopenhagen, wurde Franck von Frankenau 1708. o.Professor. - Rückenbezug etw. brüchig u. mit kl. Absplitterungen. Etw. gebräunt. - Pritzel 3015; Wellcome III, 59; vgl. Ferchl 162 u. Hirsch/Hüb. II, 595; VD17, 23:239180T. Versand D: 9,80 EUR Franck von Frankenau, Flora Francica h. e. Lexicon plantarum hactenus usualium … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2012-02-20 19:26:26
Bossuet (James Benigne) / William Wake / Henry Joseph Johnston / William Wake / Anon:
London; done into English from the 5th edition in French 1685 - Small 4to, [ii], 22, 48, [2]pp. [Wing B3783]. BOUND WITH: William Wake: An Exposition of the Doctrine of the Church of England in the several Articles proposed by Monsieur de Meaux, Late Bishop of Condom, in his Exposition of the Doctrine of the Catholic Church. To which is Prefix'd a particular Account of Monsieur de Meaux's book. London; Richard Chiswell, 1686. Small 4to, [ii], xxxvi, 87, advertisement on verso of pp87. [Wing W243]. BOUND WITH: Henry Joseph Johnston : A Vindication of the bishop of Condom's Exposition of the doctrine of the Catholic Church. In answer to a Book Entitled, An Exposition of the Doctrine of the Church of England, etc. With a Letter from the said Bishop. printed by Henry Hills, 1686. Small 4to, [ii], 222, contents page with advertisement on verso, imprimatur leaf. [Wing J871]. BOUND WITH: William Wake: A Defence of the Exposition of the Doctrine of the Church of England, against the exceptions of Monsieur de Meaux, Late Bishop of Condom, and his Vindicator. London; Richard Chiswell, 1686. Small 4to, [iv], xxiv, [ii], 166, [2]pp. [Wing W236]. BOUND WITH: Anon: The Answer of the New Converts of France, to a pastoral Letter from a Protestant Minister. Done out of the French Copy publish'd there with Permission. London; Henry Hill, 1686. Small 4to, [ii], 17, advertisement leaf. [Wing A3297]. Bound in full brown contemporary calf with raised bands, the panels elaborately gilt decorated, red lettering piece, text block edges sprinkled red. Both hinges tender; spine with much of the gilt … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Staniland (Booksellers) P.B.F.A.
2012-02-12 10:54:48
Courtin, Antoine de] (1622-1685)
London: R. Chiswell, T. Sawbridge, G. Wells & R. Bently, 1685. Hardcover. Very Good-. Duodecimo speckled roan red title label spine decorated with lyre designs between decorated rules & gilt panel to covers (tips rubbed) [10] + 300pp. Early initials G.A. at top of title, ownership John Haynes 1692 crossed out in margin of Contents, a few marginal worm holes, mainly to sign.C but none touching the print. *Original edition was Nouveau traite´ de la civilite´ (Paris 1671) by Antoine de Courtin. Neat handsome copy of an early well arranged translation from the French to include everything from eating to letter writing, from dancing to conversation, about neatness and all behaviour towards speriors and inferiors (referenced ESTC R14935).
Bookseller: Abbey Antiquarian Books [Blockley, GLOS, United Kingdom]
2012-02-10 16:48:51
García, Francisco ((Maestro de Theología de la misma Compañía de Jesús))
fe de erratas 1685. por Juan Garcia Infanzon . Madrid. . 1 Vol. . 6H + 490 pp. (488) pp. Cuarto Menor. Pergamino de época. Biografías , Religión / Teología / Ética / Monasterios /Ordenes Religiosas (Hagiografía / Biografías), Religión / Teología / Ética / Monasterios /Ordenes Religiosas (Jesuitas) . Hagiografía de San Francisco Javier escrita por el también jesuíta Francisco García. Los datos de la fecha de impresión están tomados de la fe de erratas. Volumen con la portada y aprobaciones facsimiladas (3 hojas). Ejemplar encuadernado en pergamino de época con restos de cierres de lacería y caligrafíado en lomera. Error de paginación, de la página 213 pasa a 216.
Bookseller: Librería Anticuaria Astarloa [Bilbao, Spain]
2012-02-01 11:03:15
Redi, Francesco
Henr Wetstenium, Amsterdam 1685 - small octavo (5 x 3 inches) illustrated with a frontispiece and 12 plates (mostly folding) and 2 full page text engravings. Original brown calf with later spine, marginal browning of frontispiece, title page and contents leaf, a nice clean and sound copy otherwise. £180.00
Bookseller: Peter Kennedy
2012-01-30 11:27:12
PORTAL, Paul.
Bookseller: Nigel Phillips [United Kingdom]
2012-01-20 10:08:32
. Kupferstich aus Der Edle Rhein-Strohm b. Johann Philipp Steudner in Augsburg gedr. b. Leonhard Zacharias, 1685, 6,3 x 22,6 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Nicht bei Sievers, Köln von seiner schönsten Seite; Reinger/Faust, Bingen am Rhein-Bilder einer alten Stadt, Nr. 21.1. (dort einziger Hinweis auf Steudner). - Das Blatt altmontiert.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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2012-01-19 16:18:37
de Gérard, Abbé
Estienne Loyson, Paris, 1685. Troisième édition. 6pp; 7ff; 357pp; 14 ff. 1 volumes. 164 g Veau mouchetée, dos à nerfs orné de caissons dorés, tranches mouchetées. Reliure de l'époque. kalfsfslederen band met rug op 4 nerven. Vergulde bloemversieringen en titel
Bookseller: de KunstBurg [gent, Belgium]
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