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2014-01-12 05:00:07
BAITELLI, Ludovici
Genevae, Sump. Ioannis Antonii Chouër, 1687,folio piel, 25h + 428 págs CIVIL HEREDITARIO
Bookseller: Libreria Jimenez [Madrid, Spain]
2014-01-07 10:21:18
EMANUEL FORD. (Forde):
London, printed for J. R. and W. W. for W. Thackeray, and T. Passenger, 1687.. and how he came to the knowledge of his parents. Interlaced with variety of pleasant and delightful discourse. 1687, slim small 4to, approximately 190 x 140 mm, 7½ x 5½ inches, woodcut frontispiece, title page with narrow ornamental border, printed in black letter, pages (6), 186, finely bound by Francis Bedford (1799-1883) one of the noted binders of the 19th century, in full polished calf, triple ruled gilt border to covers, gilt raised bands, elaborate decoration in compartments, 2 gilt lettered and decorated morocco labels, all edges gilt, gilt inner dentelles (turn ins), marbled endpapers. Hinges slightly worn and slightly tender, surface starting to crack at foot of lower hinge, very small chip to leather at head of spine, the same armorial bookplate on front pastedown and reverse of front free endpaper, 4 tiny holes on the frontispiece, 2 on the title page, all expertly repaired and 4 letters with partial loss neatly restored by hand, image of frontispiece not affected, 4 blank corner tips also expertly repaired, small light stain to 2 margins, 2 very small brown stains on 2 facing text pages, no loss of legibility, a couple of minor printing flaws with loss of a few letters, all still easily legible. Binding tight and firm. A very good copy of a book which is scarce in any sixteenth century edition. This is the third chivalric romance by Ford (fl. 1585–1599), of which the earliest known edition is that of 1633. It was very popular, reprinted at least 12 times before the end of the ce … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-12-30 01:21:14
Turner, Robert
Printed for Obadiah Blagrave, London. The later edition of 1687, (the first edition was published in 1664); pp. [2 - blank leaf], [8 - preliminaries], 363, [1 blank page], [20 - Alphabetical Table], [8 - Books, Printed for and Sold by Obadiah Blagrave]; engraved frontispiece plate, title page. Contemporary full calf binding with some rubbing and scuffing, front joint professionally and inconspicuoulsy strengthened, a little chipped to the head/tail of the spine. Contents complete, some general reading wear with a little fraying/chipping to the edges of some leaves but not affecting text (T2 with fore-edge cropped, but this is perhaps an original paper error - no loss of words), some browning and staining, light fading and abrasion to text to lower right corner of the title page. Provenance: Lady Wolryche (early signature to the front free end paper); R. Manby & Thomas Datchet (signatures on front blank dated 1745 and 1763 respectively). Very scarce, particularly with the charming frontispiece plate and the publisher's adverts (all copies we have located at auction have been missing the frontispiece plate) Referenced by: Wing (2nd ed.), T3329; Henrey, 363; Hunt, 379 and ESTC R30175 Size: 8vo [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: LOE BOOKS [Launceston, United Kingdom]
2013-12-10 07:31:16
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George Wells, London, 1687. Early Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. Full contemporary green gilt morocco, spine rubbed and faded, but still an attractive binding, gilt page edges, marbled endpapers. 2 parts in one with a separate title for the second part, but continuous pagination. (12), 646pp. The 1687 8vo edition is considerably scarcer than the 1683 folio. Size: Octavo (8vo). Previous owner's book-plate on endpaper. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Religion & Theology; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 044326. .
Bookseller: Pazzo Books
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2013-12-06 19:22:28
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George Wells, London, 1687. Early Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. Full contemporary green gilt morocco, spine rubbed and faded, but still an attractive binding, gilt page edges, marbled endpapers. 2 parts in one with a separate title for the second part, but continuous pagination. (12), 646pp. The 1687 8vo edition is considerably scarcer than the 1683 folio. Size: Octavo (8vo). Previous owner's book-plate on endpaper. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Religion & Theology; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 044326. .
Bookseller: Pazzo Books
2013-12-05 17:05:00
TABERNAEMONTANUS (BERGZABERN), JACOB THEODOR.
Johann Ludwig König & Johann Brandmüller, Basel/Basle 1687. Folio. (10)+(663+(2)+(-665-)1529+(96) pages. With more than 2400 woodcuts of plants and herbs. Engraved title + titlepage in red/black. Contemporary full pigskin binding over wooden boards with 6 raised bands and with blindtooled decorations. 2 clasps with brass hinges. Contemporary owner's insciption on engraved title. A few marginal tears and 1 hole in an index page repaired, the latter with a small loss of text. Pages slighly browned. Otherwise a well-preserved copy.. The first edition of this immense catalogue of plants, herbs and recipes, for both humans and cattle) by Jacob Dietrich Bergzabern (latinized as Tabernaemontanus) (c. 1520-1591), was published in Frankfurt in 1588-90, and again in 1613 (see Brunet V,623). The first enlarged edition, with hundreds of new woodcut, edited by Caspar Bauhin, was published in Basle in 1664
Bookseller: Vangsgaards Antikvariat
2013-12-05 10:13:30
MIEGE, Guy
Thomas Basset, 1687-88. Unpaginated. 39 cm. Full leather with raised bands and gold impressing on spine. Worn, scuffed, most corners worn. Spine chipped at both ends. Repair patches to boards near spine at both ends. Book plate of former owner on front pastedown and some label residue below. Minor tears and stains. Last page of text and rear endpapers torn, crumpled, corners chipped. Miege was a native of Lausanne who settled in London in 1661, became under-secretary to the Earl of Carlisle, and eventually became ambassador to Sweden, Russia, and Denmark. He wrote a number of miscellaneous works including two other French dictionaries, a French grammar, other philological works, gazetteers, etc. and translated a number of items. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Attic Books (ABAC, ILAB) [London, ON, Canada]
2013-11-12 07:18:02
Francisco a MESGNIEN MENINSKI
Ex libris manoscritto, altra firma di possesso tagliata (piccola striscia) piccolo bollo.. ex libris gora chiara all'angolo superiore delle prime 100 pp, bruniture più o meno diffuse. 6ppnn, 16 pp numerate per pagina, poi dal 17 per colonna, 1998 colonne. Piena pergamena del tempo, mancanza restaurata al dorso, strappo, cerniere fendute. L'opera doveva completare il Thesaurus linguae orientali pubblicato sempre a Vienna nel 1680, ma l?assedio dei turchi rese impossibile la stampa e mise a soqquadro la tipografia che doveva comporre il dizionario (la vicenda viene spiegata nell?introduzione di questo volume). Dopo sette anni il dizionario venne infine completato e pubblicato, e viene considerato anche come opera a se stante (vedi per esempio GBV, Union Catalogue Northern Germany). E il primo grande dizionario per la traduzione dei termini in turco, arabo e persiano.
Bookseller: Libreria Bacbuc
2013-10-14 13:37:51
ABERCROMBY, D.:
London, printed by H. C. for J. Taylor, L. Meredith, T. Bennet, R. Wilde, 1687.. FIRST EDITION, 1687, 12mo, 145 x 100 mm, 5¾ x 3¾ inches, pages: (22), 179, (12) - Appendix, lacking first leaf with license to print, English and Latin on opposite pages, bound in modern tan cloth, 4 gilt rules and gilt title to spine, new endpapers. Cloth a little marked on lower cover, brown stain to front inner paper hinge, another on rear pastedown, title page age-browned, tiny chip to lower edge, early name in upper margin, text pages very lightly age-browned. A very good clean tight copy of scarce book. David Abercromby (d.1701?), was a physician and philosopher who made his name with a treatise on syphyllis. Academia Scientiarum is a philosophical–scientific dictionary with Latin facing English entries arranged alphabetically from ‘Algebra’ to ‘Rectiline trigonometry’, including Astrology, Astronomy, Military Architecture, Chemistry, Geography, Hydrography, Music, Mechanics, the Art of Sailing, Dialling, Optics, Medicine, Philosophy and Divinity. It concludes with a five-page appendix devoted to Robert Boyle and the corpuscularian philosophy. Abercromby was a member of Boyle's circle, a principal recipient of Boyle's patronage during the 1680s, and, at the author's own request, translated several of Boyle's works into Latin. Sotheran's Bibliotheca Chemico-Mathemica, page 1, No.8. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.
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2013-10-08 09:43:44
[Leeuwenhoek, Antoni van. 1632 - 1723]. Le Clerc, Jean [1657 - 1736]; Lacroze, Jean Cornand de [d. ca. 1705]; Bernard, Jacques [1658 - 1718] - Editors.Ê
Amsterdam:: Chez Wolfgang, Waesberge, Boom & van Someren.. 1687.. 12mo: * - **12 A - X12. *1 as frontis. D7 mis-signed as D6. 14.5 cm x 8 cm. Seconde Edition revue & corrigee. [46], 481, [23] pp. Text in French. Index at rear. Last page blank.. Period full vellum binding, with title hand-inked to spine. Red speckled edges.. Inked out names to t.p. Minor worming in gutter, primarily in the. 'A' gathering. Loose 'Q' gathering. 2 short tears to plate. attachment point. Withal, a VG copy.. Contains letter extract [p. 469 - 481] from Leeuwenhoek to the Royal Society, with the plate showing examples of his work. . Frontis. Printer's device to t.p. Head- Tailpieces. Decorative initial capital letters. Folding copperplate engraving after p. 480.
Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA
2013-10-06 10:01:54
[Leeuwenhoek, Antoni van. 1632 - 1723]. Le Clerc, Jean [1657 - 1736]; Lacroze, Jean Cornand de [d. ca. 1705]; Bernard, Jacques [1658 - 1718] - Editors.
Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA [U.S.A.]
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2013-10-06 10:01:54
[Leeuwenhoek, Antoni van. 1632 - 1723]. Le Clerc, Jean [1657 - 1736]; Lacroze, Jean Cornand de [d. ca. 1705]; Bernard, Jacques [1658 - 1718] - Editors.
Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA [U.S.A.]
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2013-09-14 18:34:24
García, Francisco.
Napoli, per Camillo Cavallo, e Michele Luigi Mutii, 1686 (en el colofón, 1687). 22,5x16 cm., 12 hojas (inclusive frontispicio) 664 páginas. Pergamino de la época. En la portada ex-libris manuscrito del siglo XVIII, y cuatro sellos de caucho de una institución religiosa francesa. Ejemplar con grandes márgenes. Primera edición italiana tan rara como la edición castellana, y ampliada con más noticias por el traductor, el padre Ambrosio Ortiz. En esta obra se siguen los pasos de los primeros misioneros encabezados por el padre Diego Luis de Sanvítores (1627-1672) que se establecieron en las islas Marianas. El frontispicio que ilustra esta obra, y que suele faltar en la mayoría de ejemplares, es un magnífico retrato del P. Sanvítores con dos nativos en el momento de su asesinato, y está grabado al cobre por Pesche. No se encuentra en la Biblioteca Nacional de España. First Italian trsl. by A. Ortiz of Garcia's "Vida y el martyrio de el Venerable Padre Diego Luis de San Vitores", first publ. in Madrid in 1683. It contains descriptions of the Jesuit mission in the Pacific during the 17th century and the biography of Father Diego Luis de San Vitores (1627-1672), a Spanish Jesuit missionary, recognized as founder of the first Catholic Church in Guam and for establishing the Spanish presence in the Mariana islands. With information on the circumstances on the Islands and the difficulties encountered by the Jesuits in converting the native people. Ill. with a full-page engr. pl. by F. Perche depicting Father San Vitores. Palau 97962. De Backer & Sommervogel 1214. Simón Díaz, X, 4181.
Bookseller: Arteclío S. L. [Pamplona, NA, Spain]
2013-09-10 11:58:10
PETIT, PIERRE.
Amsterdam, J. Wolters & Y. Haring, 1687. 8:o. Extra grav. titelblad,(10),398,(12) s. Med gravyrer i texten på s. 132-35, 159, 161-64, 166-68, 172, 180, 187-89, 202, 124. 133, 237-38, 242-43, 248, 253-55, 259, 262, 265-68, 270, 272, 276, 284-89 och 377. Samtida lätt nött pergamentbd med spår av handskriven ryggtitel. Reva i yttermarginalen på s. 99. Svag fuktfläck upptill på s. 289-338. Anteckning på försättsbladet: "Vigilantibus 1729". Warmholtz Bibliotheca historica Sueo-Gothica 1310, noten. Första upplagan trycktes 1685. Arbetet är en grundlig och lärd genomgång av antika författares uppgifter om amasoner, kvinnliga krigare. Arbetet är rikt illustrerat med bl.a. myntavbildningar. Pierre Petit (1617-87) var läkare i Paris.
Bookseller: Mats Rehnström [SE]
2013-09-10 04:58:02
MIEGE, Guy
London: Thomas Basset 1687-8. Unpaginated. 39 cm. Full leather with raised bands and gold impressing on spine. Worn, scuffed, most corners worn. Spine chipped at both ends. Repair patches to boards near spine at both ends. Book plate of former owner on front pastedown and some label residue below. Minor tears and stains. Last page of text and rear endpapers torn, crumpled, corners chipped. Miege was a native of Lausanne who settled in London in 1661, became under-secretary to the Earl of Carlisle, and eventually became ambassador to Sweden, Russia, and Denmark. He wrote a number of miscellaneous works including two other French dictionaries, a French grammar, other philological works, gazetteers, etc. and translated a number of items.
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2013-08-29 16:10:42
Edward Fairfax, Gent.
London - Printed by J. M for George Wells 1687 - Godfrey of Bulloigne or the Recovery of Jerusalem done into English heriocal verse byEdward Fairfax. Together with the Life of the saidGodfrey. Licensed to be reprinted on September 18, 1686 by Ro. L'Estrange. Jerusalem Delivered (La Gerusalemme liberata) is an epic poem by the Italian poet Torquato Tasso first published in 1581, which tells a largely mythified version of the First Crusade in which Catholic knights, led by Godfrey of Bouillon, battle Muslims in order to take Jerusalem. The poem is composed of eight line stanzas grouped into 20 cantos of varying length. The first attempt to translate Gerusalemme liberata was made by Richard Carew, who published his version of the first five cantos as Godfrey of Bulloigne or the Recoverie of Hierusalem in 1594. More significant was the complete rendering by the translator Edward Fairfax (c1580 -1635) which appeared in 1600 and has been acclaimed as one of the finest English verse translations. Previous owner's bookplates to front pastedown and ink inscriptions to front and rear pastedown. Condition: Rebacked in leather preserving contemporary calf boards. Externally, sound but with slight wear to extremities, and loss to leather to original front board. Hinges strained with free endpapers absent. Internally, firmly bound. Bright but with foxing to tail of pages and slight closed tears to gutters. Annotated paper tipped-in to front pastedown and other paper to replace loss to pastedowns. Overall: GOOD [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Rooke Books PBFA
2013-08-29 16:10:42
Edward Fairfax, Gent
London - Printed by J. M for George Wells, 1687 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Godfrey of Bulloigne or the Recovery of Jerusalem done into English heriocal verse byEdward Fairfax. Together with the Life of the saidGodfrey. Licensed to be reprinted on September 18, 1686 by Ro. L'Estrange. Jerusalem Delivered (La Gerusalemme liberata) is an epic poem by the Italian poet Torquato Tasso first published in 1581, which tells a largely mythified version of the First Crusade in which Catholic knights, led by Godfrey of Bouillon, battle Muslims in order to take Jerusalem. The poem is composed of eight line stanzas grouped into 20 cantos of varying length. The first attempt to translate Gerusalemme liberata was made by Richard Carew, who published his version of the first five cantos as Godfrey of Bulloigne or the Recoverie of Hierusalem in 1594. More significant was the complete rendering by the translator Edward Fairfax (c1580 -1635) which appeared in 1600 and has been acclaimed as one of the finest English verse translations. Previous owner's bookplates to front pastedown and ink inscriptions to front and rear pastedown. Condition: Rebacked in leather preserving contemporary calf boards. Externally, sound but with slight wear to extremities, and loss to leather to original front board. Hinges strained with free endpapers absent. Internally, firmly bound. Bright but with foxing to tail of pages and slight closed tears to gutters. Annotated paper tipped-in to front pastedown and other paper to replace loss to pastedowns. Overall: GOOD.
Bookseller: Rooke Books
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2013-08-11 11:36:23
[KOSA PAN, OK-LUANG KANLAYA RATCHAMAITRI, & OK-KHUN SISAWAN WACHA - SIAMESE AMBASSADORS TO FRANCE]
Paris: Sebastien Mabre-Cramoisy, 1687. Hardcover. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 6 pp, [plus 1 integral blank]. Bound in old vellum, internally perfectly clean and fresh, a very good copy. Extremely rare first edition of this ephemeral pamphlet documenting the final royal audience of the Siamese embassy to France in 1686/7. The work is a formal request for permission to return to Siam - citing the King of Siam's impatience to hear of the results of the embassy as well as the prevailing winds and the season. Increasingly concerned at the Dutch predominance over Eastern trade, Phra Narai, King of Siam, succeeded in sending the first Siamsese embassy to France in 1684. The present account relates to the second such embassy (June 1686 - March 1687), whose purpose, as noted in the text here, was to secure an eternal alliance between France and Siam. For its part the newly-reorganized French Company of the Orient was delighted by these proposals, securing them valuable trade in spices and textiles. "The mission in Siam became the focus of France's activities in the East during the 1680's. Ayut'ia, King Narai's capital, became a "French Macao" for missionaries and merchants departing for and returning from the stations further to the East." (Lach & Van Kley, III: 252) The arrival of three Siamese ambassadors in northern France in the summer of 1686 caused a great deal of consternation in the popular sphere: illustrations of the embassy were frequently produced for eg almanacs of the time. The present work, printed by the Imprimerie Royale 'de l'exprés commandement de Sa Maje … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Martayan Lan, Inc. [U.S.A.]
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2013-08-11 11:36:23
[KOSA PAN, OK-LUANG KANLAYA RATCHAMAITRI, & OK-KHUN SISAWAN WACHA - SIAMESE AMBASSADORS TO FRANCE]
Paris: Sebastien Mabre-Cramoisy, 1687. Hardcover. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 6 pp, [plus 1 integral blank]. Bound in old vellum, internally perfectly clean and fresh, a very good copy.Extremely rare first edition of this ephemeral pamphlet documenting the final royal audience of the Siamese embassy to France in 1686/7. The work is a formal request for permission to return to Siam - citing the King of Siam's impatience to hear of the results of the embassy as well as the prevailing winds and the season.Increasingly concerned at the Dutch predominance over Eastern trade, Phra Narai, King of Siam, succeeded in sending the first Siamsese embassy to France in 1684. The present account relates to the second such embassy (June 1686 - March 1687), whose purpose, as noted in the text here, was to secure an eternal alliance between France and Siam. For its part the newly-reorganized French Company of the Orient was delighted by these proposals, securing them valuable trade in spices and textiles. "The mission in Siam became the focus of France's activities in the East during the 1680's. Ayut'ia, King Narai's capital, became a "French Macao" for missionaries and merchants departing for and returning from the stations further to the East." (Lach & Van Kley, III: 252) The arrival of three Siamese ambassadors in northern France in the summer of 1686 caused a great deal of consternation in the popular sphere: illustrations of the embassy were frequently produced for eg almanacs of the time. The present work, printed by the Imprimerie Royale 'de l'exprés commande … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Martayan Lan, Inc. [United States]
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2013-08-09 14:29:08
Sebastian, Marquard; Frédéric Melchior De Schonborn
1687/ 1688. Later Boards. 4to. [40], 16 pages. 28 cm. Both tracts are first edition. In Latin. Bound in decorative boards, exquisite typography and printing on fine parchment, volume contains 18 ornate copper plates depicting angels offering objects of wealth and power to saints, princes, and bishops, as well as plates depicting various coats of arms of peace and love. Title translates as: “Wedding Song and festive rite offered to the devout clergy of Bamberg, presented by Sebastian Marquard, consecrated bishop of the reverend and celestial prince” and “Poetry and Wreaths, with Vows of Praise, by Leo Schonborn, with a coat of arms of peace and love, the treasure of the Jesuit college of Cologne. ” No libraries show listings for any bound tome containing both tracts. Marquard Sebastian Schenk von Stauffenberg (1644-1693) was archbishop from 1683 to 1693 in the diocese of Bamberg, and canon of the church of Bamberg, Würzburg and Augsburg. Frédéric Melchior de Schonborn (1644-1717) was an influential nobleman, imperial privy councilor, chief marshal of Würzburg, and nephew of the archbishop of Mainz. Of note, on page 39, “Votum Cabalisticum” with letters and number leading up to the date of printing, 1687. OCLC lists 1 copy of each volume worldwide (Bayerische Staatsbiblio and Biblio Natl France) . Light wear to boards. Title page lightly soiled. Pages lightly soiled and lightly foxed throughout, but remarkably well preserved and very clean. Good + condition. (SPEC-36-21) .
Bookseller: Dan Wyman Books
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2013-08-05 19:06:47
[Tasso, Torquato]; Fairfax Edward, Trans
London: Printed by J. M. For H. Herringman, 1687. First 8vo Edition of Fairfax’s translation into English of Tasso’s Il Godfredo, Gerusalemme Liberata (The Liberation of Jerusalem). This printing also contains a preface by Robert L’Estrange, a “Life of Godfrey”, an essay on the Allegory of the Poem and an added poem by Robert Gould. 8vo, in a handsome modern binding of full blue morocco, the spine with blind ruled raised bands and lettering in gilt. [xxxii], 655 pp. A very nice copy, internally fresh and crisp and extremely well preserved, modern binding sturdy and attractive with no evidence of wear or use. FIRST OCTAVO EDITION OF THIS IMPORTANT ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF A CORNERSTONE OF ITALIAN LITERATURE. Three titlepage imprints of this edition are known, no priority has ever been given. Fairfax’s translation of Tasso (first published in 1600) was an important step in the introduction of Italian literary masterpieces to English readers. James I is said to have preferred it “above all other English poetry”. Although Fairfax clearly took liberties with Tasso’s words the translation is rich and beautiful. It predates the full translation into English of Dante’s DIVINA COMMEDIA by roughly 120 years Fairfax’s translation of ‘Il Goddredo” is an extremely early example of the English concept of “world literature”.
Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc.
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2013-07-30 08:21:05
KEULEN, Johannes van (1678-1727)
Amsterdam: Johannes van Keulen, [1687]. Copper-engraved map, period hand- colouring in outline. 20 7/8 x 24 inches. Van Keulen's 17th century chart of the Maritime Canada, here with period hand-colouring. This map accurately depicts the Grand Banks, though is somewhat more fanciful regarding the coasts of Newfoundland, Labrador and Nova Scotia, indicative of the Dutch charts of the Gulf of St. Lawrence in this early period. This chart appeared in editions of both Van Keulen's Zee-Fakkel and Zee- Atlas. The present copy is an example of Burden's second state (of 4), with the page number in the lower left corner but without a shoal added to the coastline of Nova Scotia. Burden, The Mapping of North America 584; Kershaw, Early Printed Maps of Canada 188.
Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books
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2013-07-25 09:34:47
Xarque, Francisco
One of the most authoritative accounts on the Jesuit missions of Argentina, Brazil & Paraguay. 1687. Pamplona. Juan Micon. In 4to (193 mm x 143 mm). 12 ff. + 432 ?with errors in foliation. Contemporary vellum, recased, spine lettered in ink, slightly soiled. Endpapers renewed, paper flaw on title restored without loss, ownership inscription at lower margin, upper margin a little trimmed ?however the copies we have examined all present the same issue-, ownership inscription to lower margin of title page, a fresh copy overall. First edition. Xarque?s work is, along with Ruiz de Montoya?s Conquista Espiritual del Paraguay (1639), one of the most relevant and trustworthy sources of information on the history, progress, reality and state of the Jesuit Missions in modern Northern Argentina, Paraguay and South Brazil at the end of the 17th century. It also provides rich details on the life of the missionaries who dedicated themselves to the evangelization of the Guarani?s and native peoples; this later aspect sheds light on ethnological aspects of one of the great South American civilizations.  His relation was virtually unmatched until 1754 when Lozano published his Historia de la Compañia de Jesus en la Provincia del Paraguay. It contains fresh information from contemporaneous accounts on what was a most successful Jesuit enterprise in South America. Xarque (1609 ? 1691) was a Jesuit Priest and missionary; he dedicated a large portion of his life to the study of the Jesuit Reductions of Paraguay, having written several works on the subject, such as "Vida apostolica del venerable … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hs Rare Books
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2013-07-21 21:51:52
Sir Walter Raleigh
The History of the World, in five Books. The First, Intreating of the Beginning and first Ages of the same, from the Creation unto Abraham. The Second, Of the Times of the Birth of Abraham to the Destruction of the Temple of Solomon. The Third, From the Destruction of Jerusalem to the Time of Philip of Macedon. The Fourth, From Reign of Philip of Macedon, to the Establishing of that Kingdom of the Race of Antigonus. The Fifth, From the settled Rule of Alexander?s Successors in the East, until the Romans ( prevailing over all ) made Conquest of Asia and Macedon. By Sir Walter Ralegh, Knight. Whereunto is added in this Edition, the Life and Tryal of the Author. London, Printed for John Walthoe, over against the S. Johns-Head-Tavern in Chancery Lane, near Lincolns-Inn. 1687. Bound in full calf, rebacked with original boards, new front and end papers, block splitting near the front of the book, but holding well together. Contents complete, pages clean, very little browning.2 blank front papers, frontispiece, title page, 32 pages preface numbered i ?xxxi, 24 pages contents, title page The Life of Sir Walter Raleigh, 41 pages the Life of Sir Walter Raleigh, 122 pages first book, 250 pages second book, 72 pages third book, 88 pages fourth book, 278 pages fifth book, 2 pages to the reader, 26 pages Chronological table, 16 pages alphabetical table, 2 blank end papers. 7 double page plates and two half page plates.
Bookseller: Avoca Antiquarian Books
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2013-07-21 21:18:38
China] [Anonymous]
Letters to a missionary in China. 1687. 4to (206 x 144 mm). [with] Segunda carta de un doctor en theologia a un Missionero de la China 10 de Mayo de 87. In 4to (203 mm x 142 mm). 40 pp. –from page 13 is found “Carta de un doctor Parisiense a un Missionero Apostolico de la China, que le ha propuesto diversas dudas” + 16 pp. Unbound. First title with lower right marginal loss of paper, upper margin with minor loss of paper, away from text, foxing; overall a good unsophisticated copy. Extremely rare Spanish translation of two letters addressed to a missionary posted in China. The first letter is composed of two, both dealing with the doubts expressed by the aforementioned missionary in regards to the path to be followed in his mission; this reply comes from two different unnamed authors, who recommend different ways to continue the apostolic mission, one for instance, making reference to the Chinese’s interest in Astrology, argues the value of astrology towards the knowledge of God; historic references as Yam Quam Sien’s persecution of missionaries are also found. The second deals with a variety of subjects, including Confucius and Confucian philosophy, the names and treatments of Regents and God. Both are exceedingly rare, no copy is registered as having sold at auction, no copy of the Segunda Carta is found in public institutions in Spain, only one complete copy of the first at the Real Academia de la Historia (Madrid, Spain). The titles mention both are translations of French letters, which we have been unable to find. Not in Palau. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: HS Rare Books [Capital Federal, CAP, Argentina]
2013-07-17 23:18:50
CERVANTES SAAVEDRA, Miguel de
London: printed by Thomas Hodgkin, and sold by William Whitwood,, 1687. And his Trusty Squire Sancho Pancha. Now made English according to the Humour of our Modern Language and Adorned with several Copper Plates. By J[ohn]. P[hilips]. Folio (316 × 195 mm). Contemporary calf, spine gilt in compartments, red morocco label, sides ruled in blind with fleurons at inside corners, red sprinkled edges. Engraved frontispiece and 8 plates, 2 images to each plate. Armorial bookplate of John Ward, probably John Ward (1679-1758), biographer of the Gresham professors, fellow of the Royal Society, and one of the original trustees of the British Museum. A little skilful restoration to corners and front joint, one or two trivial spots, one leaf (sig. 3O2) hand-trimmed a little short at fore-edge apparently at an early date; an excellent copy. First illustrated edition in English, translated by John Phillips (1631–1706), nephew of the poet John Milton. This English translation superseded Shelton's, published in two parts, 1612–20, which was already archaic to later 17th-century readers.
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2013-07-17 23:18:50
Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de (1547-1616)
London: Printed by Tho. Hodgkin, and are to be sold by John Newton, 1687 [18], 616 [i.e. 612], [3] pp. A7 (3d and 6th l. signed: A2), c², B-R4, S³, T-2O4, 2P³, 2Q-4I4, 4K². Translated by John Phillips. With copper-engraved frontispiece & 8 copper-engraved plates, each bearing two images. (folio) 12¾x8, period calf, rebacked with modern calf, morocco spine label, later endpapers. First Illustrated Edition in English. First illustrated edition available in the English language of one of the high spots of world literature. Complete with all the plates, rare thus. Plates to face p. 135 and p. 295 are included in the pagination. Page 58 wrongly numbered 63, p. 63 numbered 58. Wing C1774A. / Condition: Frontispiece backed, margins extended, a few tiny worm holes; title-page with repair along gutter, ink ownership signature; light stain to top margins of prelims. extending to text in a few instances, A2 corner missing, C1 & S4 lower corner repaired, repair to A5v, very good. Protected by an acid-free clamshell box that we made for that masterpiece. PHOTOS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST.
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2013-07-16 13:27:50
F. Toussain Bridoul
London - Randall Taylor, 1687 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A scarce FirstEnglish-language Edition of Bridoul'sSchool of the Eucharist. Bound in full calf leather with gilt borders. Rare Catholic Jesuit work in post-civil war England. Established upon the Miraculous Respects and Acknowledgments, which Beasts, Birds, and Insects, upon several occasions, have rendred to the Holy Sacrament of the Altar. Whence Catholicks may increase in Devotion towards this Divine Mystery, and Hereticks find there, their Confusion. Printed in French at Lille, 1672. And now made English, and published, with a preface concerning the Testimony of Miracles. Condition: The binding is tight and firm. There is only very mild wear to the extremities, with just very mild bumping, rubbing, and marks to the boards. Internally the pageshave occasionalspots and handling marks, and mild browning. Overall the condition is very good..
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2013-07-16 13:27:50
Bridoul, Toussaint - [translation & preface by William Clagett]
London: Printed for Randall Taylor, near Stationers Hall. 1687. First English Edition. Hardcover. Modern boards with paper label on upper board bearing titles, Imprimatur leaf present before title page, contents clean and bright, (Wing B4496). , First published in Lille in 1672 this tract is a collection of somewhat absurd accounts of acts of animals and birds which purport to demonstrate the natural world's recognition of and devotion to the Catholic faith. These acts include; "Caterpillars revenge on injury done the H. Sacrament" and "A falcon teaches us the reverence and decency due to places where the H. Sacrament lies, and is kept." The English divine William Clagett wrote the preface and provided the translation for this English edition published in 1687. Clagett's purpose in this was to make Catholicism seem ridiculous and blasphemous and to support the strong anti-Catholic stance he had taken throughout his career and several of Clagett's works would become part of the canon of eighteenth-century anti-Catholicism, being included in Edmund Gibson's 'Preservative against Popery'., 4to , [3] xxiv [2] 45 [1] pp .
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2013-07-16 07:29:38
KEULEN, Johannes van (1678-1727)
Amsterdam: [1687]. Copper-engraved map, period hand-colouring. 21 x 24 inches. Van Keulen's scarce 17th century chart of the Arctic. This rare chart by Van Keulen "delineates the territory surrounding the North West Passage and entrance to Hudson's Bay. Its progenitor is the Joannes van Loon chart first published in 1666 ... This version is drawn directly from Hendrick Doncker's chart published in 1678 as it similarly extends further south and eastwards..." (Burden). The map depicts the southern and western coasts of Greenland, the Gulf of St. Lawrence and the entrance to Hudson's Bay, with Baffin's Bay, Button's Bay, Lancaster Sound named, and Fort Nelson shown (among other toponyms). The cartouche depicts a Greenland native, dressed in a bear skin, shooting a bow and arrow at a mother bear and cubs. The Van Keulen family were chart and instrument makers, and publishers of nautical textbooks, books on sea law, shipbuilding, almanacs and more. Founded by Joannes van Keulen (c.1654- 1715), the firm remained in business for over 200 years. This is the second state, with the privilege line added at the bottom of the cartouche, but with the engraver's error with Newfoundland reading "Teppa Nova." Burden, The Mapping of North America 515; Kershaw, Early Printed Maps of Canada 206.
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2013-07-16 07:29:38
KEULEN, Johannes van (1654-1715) and Claes Janszoon VOOGHT (d. 1696)
Bookseller: Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA) [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
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2013-07-13 21:03:04
BIZOT (Pierre)
A Paris Chez Daniel Horthemels Libraire, 1687. FIRST EDITION. Folio, 370 x 235 mms., pp. [xiv], 317 [318 blank, 319 - 331 Index, 332 - 333 Errata and Privilege, 334 blank], engraved title-page (by S. La Clercinu Lalouette after Sébastien Le Clerc) preceding letter-press title-page, 12 full-page engraved plates, engraved vignettes in text, and culs de lampe, all finely executed, contemporary calf, gilt spine; paper a bit browned, binding dried and worn, spine faded, corners and extremities worn, lacks label, but a firm binding with the armorial bookplate of Baron John Rolle (1751 - 1842), on the front paste-down end-paper. The French numismatist Pierre Bizot (1630 - 1696) made his reputation with this on the history of coins and medals of the Dutch Republic. He published a second part in 1690, but it only appeared in the Dutch editions, the first of which was published in that year. The coins and medals which he illustrates were themselves produced between 1566 and 1680. In the same year Bizot also published Theatre d'honneur des héros qui out sacrificé leurs vies pour la Republique de Hollande, o'u l'on voit gravez, sur le suivre, les Tombeaux magnifigues qui ont été en leur honneur et leurs épitaphes. Many of the engraved illustrations celebrate great moments in Dutch history. For example, in 1590, a turfship was the instrument by which the Dutch recaptured the port city of Breda from the Spanish, and Bizot records the feat in this work, with engravings (p. 63) of the medals struck. McGrath, Elizabeth: "A Netherlandish History by Joachim Wtewael," in Journal of the Warburg … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: John Price Antiquarian Books, ABA, ILAB [LONDON, United Kingdom]
2013-06-11 15:18:05
CAVAZZI GIOVANNI.
Monti 1687 In Folio, (310x220); pagg. (14), 933, (1). Capolettera e testatine silografiche, antiporta figurata in rame, una carta geografica, 9 tavv. f.t. a piena pagina e 40 incisioni n.t.; testo con note al margine. Mezza pelle marmorizzata con angoli, piatti in cartone decorato, titolo su tassello in oro al dorso fregi dorati, tagli neri. Elegante custodia moderna in mezza pelle, titoli, nervi e fregi dorati. Prima rara edizione di questa fondamentale opera storiografica sull?Africa centrale, una delle più importanti sul Congo e delle più antiche in assoluto sull?Africa. Redatta in sette libri dal monaco cappuccino Cavazzi, inviato in missione nel 1654 in questa area selvaggia, dove rimase per 37 anni, descrive oltre all?aspetto geografico-naturale anche tradizioni e consuetudini socio-religiose degli indigeni, oltre ad abitudini culinarie, abbigliamento, medicina e molto altro. Ottimo esemplare con lievi saltuarie fioriture ed ossidazioni a poche pagine. Minime tracce del tempo alla legatura. Frontespizio rifilato in basso. Brunet I, 699: ?Editiòn peu commun?; Sabin 11592; Graesse I, 50; Henze, I, 50.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Perini s.a.s.
2013-06-09 11:01:34
LEEUWENHOEK, A. VAN.
Lugduni Batavorum, typis Cornelii Boutesteyn, Bibliopolae, 1687. 4to (200 x 160mm). pp. (6), 64 (mispaged 58); 260 (mispaged 258), with an engraved frontispiece after a drawing by Romeyn de Hooghe, 11 (some folding) engraved plates and 82 text engravings, as well as one woodcut on page 31 of part 2. (Bound up with:) Continuatio Epistolarum, datarum ad longe Celeberrimam Regiam Societatem Londinensem. Lugduni Batavorum, apud Cornelium Boutestein, Bibliopolam, 1689. pp. (8), 124, with 10 (some folding) engraved plates and 2 text engravings. Contemporary vellum. A very interesting association copy from the library of Karl Ernst von Baer. Our copy agrees with the collation of Dobell no. 22 and 24. The 'Anatomia seu interiora rerum' contains the following letters 28-31, 34-36, 38, 42-52 and the 'Continuatio Epistolarum' letters 53-60. All letters are in the first issue of the first Latin edition apart from letters 38, 42, and 43 which are in the second issue. The first issue of these letters was published in 1685 (see Dobell 21) and is excessively rare and Dobell comments that that his copy of the first issue is the only one he has seen. Letters 32, 33, 37, 39, 40, 41 were published as late as 1695. Leeuwenhoek published 165 letters numbered 28-146 and I-XLVI, the first 27 were not published. Anthonie van Leeuwenhoek's letters, sent to the Royal Society of London or to its secretary Robert Hooke, were written in Dutch, and their first printing, from 1673 on, in the Philosophical Transactions, was in translation and in an abridged form. In 1684 the first letters in unabridged for … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk B.V.
2013-06-07 10:10:08
TABERNAEMONTANUS, J.T.
samt ihren Namen in mancherley Sprachen/ beschrieben: Desgleichen auch/ wie dieselbige in allerhand Kranckheiten/ beyde der Menschen und des Viehs ... durch Casparum Bauhinum mit vielen neuen Figuren ... zum Andern durch Hieronymum Bauhinum mit sehr nutzlichen Marginalien, Synonimis, neuen Registeren und anderem vermehrt. Basel, Joh. Ludwig König/ und Brandmyllern, 1687. Folio. 3 parts (bound in one). pp. (12), 1-663, (5), 665-1529, (96, register), with an engraved title, a title printed in red and black and 2472 woodcuts. Contemporary blind-tooled pigskin over wooden boards, clasps gone. Nissen BBI, 1931. A fine complete copy in an impressive contemporary binding of the second enlarged edition to be edited by Caspar and Jean Bauhin. The first enlarged edition edited by Caspar and Jean Bauhin appeared in Basel in 1664 and several hundred new woodcuts were included. The very rare first edition was published in 2 volumes from 1588-1591. Jacob Dietrich von Bergzabern (?1520-1590), better known as Tabernaemontanus, was a pupil of Otto Brunfels and Jerome Bock. "The 'Kreuterbuch' is a massive and fully illustrated work, with some attractive woodcut decorations; the title-page states that 3000 plants are described. Its lasting popularity is attested by the fact that a version appeared at as late a date as 1731. The figures are for the most part not original, but are reproduced from Bock, Fuchs, Mattioli, Dodoens, de l'Écluse and de l'Obel ..." (Arber p. 76). Apart from some very slightbrowning, small old paper repair to the engraved title and small wormhole at the last 5 leaves o … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk B.V.
2013-05-30 10:48:27
KEULEN, Johannes van (1654-1715) and Claes Janszoon VOOGHT (d. 1696)
Amsterdam: Johannes Van Keulen, 1687. {rtf1ansideff0{fonttbl {f0fswiss MS Sans Serif;}}pardf0fs20 Copper-engraved map, period hand-colouring. Inset of the waters near Vera Cruz. (Expert restoration at sheet edges)}. {rtf1ansideff0{fonttbl {f0fswiss MS Sans Serif;}}pardf0fs20 Van Keulen's scarce 17th century chart of the western Gulf of Mexico, oriented with west toward the top of the page.}Van Keulen's rare chart of the western portion of the Gulf of Mexico "covers the coastline from the panhandle of present day Florida around to the Yucatan peninsula. The main feature of this map is its originality of form. It is the first sea chart of the western portion of the Gulf of Mexico detailing the coastal waters of present-day Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas. The geography is largely derived from the exceedingly rare Hessel Gerritz chart of c. 1631" (Burden). As expected, most of the toponyms are Spanish and the mouth of the Mississippi is labelled Baja de Spirito Sancto. Oriented to the west, "it represented the most sophisticated rendering of the coast then available" (Martin & Martin). The Texas portion of the coastline, along the top of the map, begins at "Rio Bravo" (Rio Grande) gives an indication of the many rivers that flow from Texas into the Gulf, though of course the names have been changed.The Van Keulen family were chart and instrument makers, and publishers of nautical textbooks, books on sea law, shipbuilding, almanacs and more. Founded by Joannes van Keulen (c.1654-1715), the firm remained in business for over 200 years. For the publicat … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books [US]
2013-04-20 10:36:01
Herfelt, Heinrich, Gerhard
Klein-8°. 29 n.n. Bl., 462 S., 11 n.n. Bl. Index, 2 Bl. Anzeigen. Mit einer Holzschnittvignette auf dem Titel und 4 kleinen Holzschnitten im Text. Pergament der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel. Krivatsy 5503 - Nicht bei Hirsch, Waller u.a. - Zweite Ausgabe. Erschien erstmals 1685 in Amsterdam. Der Holländer Herfelt war Arzt und gelichzeitig einer der Förderer der Philosophie von Descartes. - In seinem Werk vergleicht er die anatomischen Erkenntnisse seiner Zeit mit der Philosophie. - Vorsatz mit getilgtem Stempel. Titel mit einer kleinen hinterlegten Stelle am oberen Rand. Durchgehend bis an den Textrand beschnitten (ohne Textverlust). Papier gebräunt. - Am Schluss ist ein Prospekt des Verlegers Peter van den Berge aus dem Jahre 1662 mitgebunden.
Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein Buchantiquariat
2013-04-20 10:36:01
Bailly, Louis und Settala, Lodovico
Genève, Samuel de Tournes, 1687. 4°. 7 n.n. Bl., 733 (recte 735) S., 22 n.n. Bl., 20 S., 2 n.n. Bl. Halbpergamentband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel. Hirsch I, 261 und V, 373. - Von Theophile Bonet aus den Schriften von Baillou oder Bailly (1538-1616) und Settala (1552-1633) zusammengestellt. Mit einem Vorwort von Bonet und den Biographien. Baillou war der Erste, der den Zusammenhang zwischen bestimmten Krankheiten, Klimazonen und Jahreszeiten beschrieb. Seine Schriften erschienen zum grössten Teil erst nach seinem Tode. - Mit gestochenem Exlibris "Petrus Giller" auf dem inneren Hinterdeckel. - Leicht stockfleckig. Einband leicht beschabt. Rückentitel verwischt.
Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein Buchantiquariat [CH]
2013-04-20 10:36:01
Malpighi, Marcello
Folio. 4 n.n. Bl. (inkl. Frontispiz), 15 S., 2 n.n. Bl., 78 (recte 82) S., 1 Bl., 35 S., 2 n.n. Bl., 72 S., 2 n.n. Bl., 44 S., 2 n.n. Bl., 20 S.,; 1 Bl. Titel, 2 n.n. Bl. 144 S. Mit gestochenem Frontispiz und 123 gestochenen Tafeln. Lederband der Zeit mit rotem geprägtem Rückentitel. Wellcome IV, 38. - Garrison-M. 66. - Krivatsy 7319. - Waller 6201. - Nisssen 2656. - Erste Ausgabe, hier in einem Druck mit 1687 im ersten Band. Ohne das meist fehlende Porträt und dem Frontispiz zu Band zwei, jedoch mit den sieben später nachglieferten kleinformatigen Kupfern und den 116 Kupfertafeln. "Malphigi was the founder of histology and greatest of the microscopists" (Garrison-M.). 1660 beschrieb er als Erster die Kapillaren. Er gilt als einer der grössten Embryologen. Sein Werk umfasst wesentliche Entdeckungen in der Medizin, Zoologie und Botanik und beinflusst die biologische Forschung bis in die Gegenwart. Er war der Erste, der das Mikroskop in der wissenschaftlichen Forschung konsequent einsetzte. - Mit gestochenem Exlibris von "Sir John Rawdon" auf dem Innendeckel und mehreren handschriftlichen Besitzvermerken . Ein Blatt mit einem Einriss. Sonst sehr breitrandiges Exemplar. Einbandrücken fachgerecht restauriert.
Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein Buchantiquariat
2013-02-15 05:50:17
CHAUCER, Geoffrey (1340?-1400)
London 1687 . Eighth Edition Folio, [-]2, A, a-c, B-Rrrr4, Ssss2, , eng. front., 17ff, 660pp, 12ff, 8-line cancel slip pasted to G1 verso, mainly black letter with some roman, 2 faint ownership stamps on title, antique-style full calf, blindstamped double fillet borders with small floral cornerpieces, morocco label on spine, by John Smart,a good tall copy (123/4" against Pforzheimer's 121/4"). This, the third edition to be edited by Thomas Speght, is a straight reprint of the 1602 edition, except that on the last leaf it carries an "advertisement" stating that a manuscript has just been discovered with endings for the Cook's Tale and the Squire's Tale which were thought lost. They consist of 12 lines to be added to the former and 10 to the latter. It is the last Black Letter edition.
Bookseller: H M Fletcher
2013-01-30 08:45:46
Stockholm, Johan Georg Eberdt, (1687). 4:o. (8),+ 229,+ (45) s. Enstaka småfläckar. Sid. 74 med marginalkommentarer med bläck. Sammanbunden med: Confessio fidei, det är, then christeliga troos bekännelse, som Gudz försambling i Sweriges rijke, alt sedan evangelii sanning först uthi konung Gustaf then förstes regementz tijdh i liuset upkom, allmenneligen trodt och bekänt hafwer, och bleff änteligen anno 1593 uthi Upsala concilio af alle Rijkzens ständer, medh underskriffning och insigel stadfäst och confirmerat. Nu på nyt igen, tillijka medh hans kongl. may:ts sahl. konung Carl Gustafs (glorwyrdigstes i åminnelse) här bifogade af anno 1655 publicerade stadga om wår christelige religions rätte öffning och conservation, [...]. Stockholm, Henrich Keysers enkia, 1663. 4:o. A4-Y4. Genomgående med fuktrand och med enstaka stänk. Nött samtida skinnband, blindpräglad rygg med lätt upphöjda bind, litet hål nedtill på främre fals. Bläckanteckningar på eftersättsbladet. Med Constantine Emanuel Rödholms namnteckning. Collijn sp. 479-80 resp. 186. Första upplagan av Karl XI:s viktiga kyrkolag. Den tryckes igen 1697 och 1718. Tillsammans med fjärde upplagan av Confessio fidei, som trycktes på svenska första gången 1593-94. Den innehåller besluten från kyrkomötet 1593 samt den Augsburgiska bekännelsen.
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [SE]
2013-01-30 08:45:46
Lagar.]
Stockholm, Henrich Keyser, 1687. Folio. (12),+ 15,+ (9),+ (8),+ 9-73,+ (24) s. En stor träsnittsillustration i texten. Titel tryckt i rött och svart med träsnittsvinjett. Bläckplump s. (11-12) i företalet och sid. 1-2 med gammal papperslagning i övre hörn. Saknar som nästan alltid den graverade kartan. Sammanbunden med: Gothlandz-laghen på gammal göthiska, med en historisk berättelse wid ändan, huruledes Gothland först är uppfunnit och besatt, så och under Swea rijke ifrån hedna werld altijd lydt och sin skatt giordt. Med nu brukelig swensk uthtolkning och fullkomligit register på alla dhe måål i thenne lagbook finnes. Första gång uplagd genom hans kongl. may:ts bekostnadt. Stockholm, Henrich Keyser, 1687. Folio. (14),+ 53,+ (23) s. Titel tryckt i rött och svart. Företalet med 7 träsnitt i texten. Sammanbunden med: Wisby stadz lag på Gotland, såsom then i forna tijder giord, och sedan af swenske konungar och regenter, kon. Magno Ladulås, kon. Byrger, hertig Erik, hertig Waldemar, och kon: Magno Erikson, stadgat, förbättrat och stadfäst är. Med hans kongl. may:ts bekostnadt. Stockholm, Hendrick Keyser, (1688). Folio. (8),+ 86,+ (14) s. Saknar två registerblad. Sammanbunden med: Then gambla Wijsby siö-rätt, fordom på göthiska sammansatt af dhe förnämste kiöpmän och skieppare i Wijsby, at bruka för rätt lag uthi stora siön emillan skieppare, kiöpmän, redare, skiepzmän, det är båtzmän och allehanda skiepzfolk, högre och lägre widh påkommande händelser. Förra uthrijkes på åtskillige orter tryckt uppå gammal och ny tyska, hollendska och engelska; men nu först på wårt swenska språ … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [Stockholm, Sweden]
2013-01-19 15:36:49
LUCIANO DI SAMOSATA
In-16 gr. (mm. 185 x 112), 2 voll., bella leg. ottocentesca in p. pelle, eleganti cornici dorate e a secco ai piatti, dorso a cordoni con decoraz. a secco e oro e tit. oro, tagli blu, pp. (24),1060,(18);(10),46; inclusa una bellissima antiporta figur. inc. in rame; (4),922,(26);55; testo su due colonne (greco e latino). Al fine di ciasc. vol. si trovano le: ?Scholia.. Nunquam hactenus edita. Recensuit & Notulas adjecit Joannes Clericus?. Cfr. Brunet,III,1207: "Edition assez rare.. On doit trouver à la fin du premier et du second volume des scolies. Ces deux parties séparées ne sont pas dans tous les exemplaires" - Graesse,IV,278: "Une des plus rares éditions". Esempl. molto ben conservato.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi
2013-01-14 16:04:03
Kyrkolagen.]
Stockholm, Joh. G. Eberdt, (1687). 4:o. (8),+ 189,+ (45) s. Stora riksvapnet i träsnitt på titelbladets baksida. Enstaka små svarta fläckar, t.ex. s. 89. Fint samtida skinnband, rikt guldornerad rygg med röd titeletikett och upphöjda bind, röda snitt. Ur Johan Henrik Schröders bibliotek, med hans namnetikett. Ur Ericsbergs bibliotek. Collijn sp. 480. Carlander III, 368ff. Den tyska upplagan av Karl XI:s nya kyrkolag. Ytterligare en tysk upplaga trycktes i Riga samma år. Denna kyrkolag och ordning skulle gälla även i de svenska provinserna, varför det var viktigt med en internationell utgåva för de baltiska och de tyska delarna av riket. Historieprofessorn Johan Henrik Schröders (1791-1857) bibliotek, "fullt af gamla sällsynta svenska böcker", såldes på bokauktion i Uppsala efter tryckt förteckning. Enligt Henrik Klemming rådde auktionsdagen sådan snöyra i Uppsala att många, både anbud och spekulanter, inte kunde komma fram till auktionen i tid. Böckerna såldes ofta mycket billigt.
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [Stockholm, Sweden]
2013-01-14 08:33:48
(BILBERG, JOHAN)
In usum collegii privati in compendium redacta. Uppsala, H. Keyser, 1687. 8:o. 32 s. & 2 utvikbara grav. plr. + (BILBERG, JOHAN) Computatio cyclica ad formam anni & kalendarii Juliani. Uppsala, H. Keyser, 1688. 8:o. (4),28 s. Lätt solkigt samtida pergamentbd med titeltext prydligt textad på ryggen. Främre pärmens utsida med noteringen "Kumblin tillhörig". Inlagan interfolierad och med en mängd prydliga samtida anteckningar. Med J. Afzelius namnteckning. Från Ericsberg.. Collijn Sveriges bibliografi 1600-talet 79. "Elementa geometriæ" i den mycket sällsynta första upplagan. Andra utvidgade upplagan från 1690-91 omfattar 200 sidor! En andra upplaga av "Computatio cyclica" utkom 1692. Johan (Jan) Afzelius (1753-1837) var professor i kemi och under en period i slutet av 1700-talet rektor vid Uppsala universitet. Afzelius ansågs av Torbern Bergman som en av dennes skickligaste och kunnigaste lärjungar, men "han saknade hågen för anställandet av rön och eggades icke av önskan att bliva bemärkt." "Svenskt biografiskt lexikon" skriver att "genom sitt originella, pepprade skämt och sin livliga humor var 'Sten-Janne' känd i det dåtida Uppsala"
Bookseller: Mats Rehnström
2013-01-13 16:07:56
Bridoul, Toussaint - [translation & preface by William Clagett]
London: Printed for Randall Taylor, near Stationers Hall. 1687. First English Edition. Hardcover. Modern boards with paper label on upper board bearing titles, Imprimatur leaf present before title page, contents clean and bright, (Wing B4496). , First published in Lille in 1672 this tract is a collection of somewhat absurd accounts of acts of animals and birds which purport to demonstrate the natural world's recognition of and devotion to the Catholic faith. These acts include; "Caterpillars revenge on injury done the H. Sacrament" and "A falcon teaches us the reverence and decency due to places where the H. Sacrament lies, and is kept." The English divine William Clagett wrote the preface and provided the translation for this English edition published in 1687. Clagett's purpose in this was to make Catholicism seem ridiculous and blasphemous and to support the strong anti-Catholic stance he had taken throughout his career and several of Clagett's works would become part of the canon of eighteenth-century anti-Catholicism, being included in Edmund Gibson's 'Preservative against Popery'., 4to , [3] xxiv [2] 45 [1] pp .
Bookseller: double B books
2013-01-13 04:51:51
COLUMBUS, SAMUEL.
Sthlm, J. G. Eberdt, 1687. 4:o. (136) s. Med träsnittsvinjett på titelbladet och tryckta noter i texten. Halvpergamentbd med handtextad ryggtitel och tegelröda pärmsidor (Johanna Röjgård & Lars Laurentii). Ngt lagerfläckig. En del gamla solkfläckar nedtill i text och noter på C-arket och ett hål upptill i inre marginalen på blad F1. Med J. G. Psilanderhielms namnteckning.. Collijn Sveriges bibliografi 1600-talet 178. Davidsson Svenskt musiktryck före 1750, nr 74-75. Varianten med träsnittsvinjett på titelbladet i stället för graverad titelvinjett. Musiken är komponerad av Gustaf von Düben. Denna den första samlade editionen av Columbus diktning utgavs av hans elev Jacob Reenstierna och innehåller även begravningsverser över bl.a. Marcus Cronström, Ebba Brahe och Ludvig Pontus De la Gardie. Johan Gustaf Psilanderhielm (1723-82) hade ett fint bibliotek som innehöll många äldre svenska rariteter. Det såldes på auktion efter hans död 1782
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2013-01-05 13:32:38
KEULEN, Johannes van (1654-1715)
Amsterdam: Johannis van Keulen, [1687]. Copper engraved map, period hand colouring. Sheet size: 21 1/8 x 24 1/4 inches. In good condition. An attractive map with an inset of Charleston Harbour, the mouths of the Ashley and Cooper rivers and showing the settlement before it was moved from the west bank of the Ashley. This copy in Burden's second state, with period hand colouring. An excellent copy of Burden's second state with the number '18' engraved at the lower left corner. Burden notes that the cartographer C.J. Vooght draws on unpublished sources for this map, but that the "southern regions still call upon old Spanish nomenclature ... The immediate Carolina coastline is ... compressed on a northerly axis and does not utilise the advances made in the Second Lords Proprietors map of 1682 ... The more southerly of the Outer Bank sounds differ from earlier depictions and C. Hatteras is less prominent also. The soundings off more northerly Outer Banks are from an unknown but presumably English source" (Burden). Burden The Mapping of North America II, 589, state 2; Cumming & De Vorsey 91; Koeman Atlantes Neelandici IV, Keu109A, no.18 & p.376; cf Phillips Atlases nos. 530, 3444 & 3453.
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2013-01-05 13:32:38
KEULEN, Johannes van (1678-1727)
Amsterdam: Johannes van Keulen, [1687]. Copper-engraved map, full contemporary hand-colouring, heightened with gold. 20 7/8 x 25 inches. A very fine copy of this excellent and very early chart of French Guiana. This beautifully-finished map was published by innovative Dutch cartographer and publisher ,Johannes van Keulen, in the 1687 second edition of the third volume his Sea-Atlas [or Zee-Fakkel]. The chart concentrates on Cayenne (now the capital of French Guiana) and coast to the north-west almost to the border with Surinam and south-east to the border with Brazil and beyond to the Rio Arowary, close to the mouth of the Amazon. There are two insets: one a close-up of the island of Cayenne, and the second of the French fort of the same name. The French made a number of abortive attempts to colonise the region, in 1604 and 1643, and it was not until 1664, when France finally succeeded at establishing a permanent settlement at Cayenne. As with most parts of the region, the area changed hand a number of times, between the French, Dutch and English, before being finally restored to France. Cf. Koeman IV, Keu109B
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2013-01-05 13:32:38
KEULEN, Johannes van (1678-1727)
Amsterdam: Johannes van Keulen, [1687]. Copper-engraved map, full contemporary hand-colouring, heightened with gold. 20 7/8 x 25 inches. A very fine copy of this excellent and very early chart of Suriname: the area that the Dutch accepted in lieu of New York. This beautifully- finished map was published by innovative Dutch cartographer and publisher Johannes van Keulen in the 1687 second edition of the third volume his Sea- Atlas [or Zee-Fakkel]. The chart concentrates on coastal Suriname, with the site of the capital identified as Starrenbergh Para Maribo t' fort Zeelandia. To the left is the Rio Marrawini (the river Maroni or Marowijne) which forms the border with French Guiana. The map shows the area less than 20 years after the Dutch had agreed to forego any claims to New Amsterdam and its surroundings in North America, in exchange for the English relinquishing their claims to Guyana or Suriname. Cf. Koeman IV, Keu109B
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