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        Statuti dell'antica, e nobile arte de' ferrari. in roma, nella stamperia apostolica, 1690.

      Cm. 25, pp. (20) + 55 (1). Stemma xilografico al frontespizio. Leg. coeva in piena pergamena semirigida con nervi passanti. Restauri alla legatura ed un timbretto privato di possesso (novecentesco) ripetuto all'angolo basso di tutte le carte. Peraltro esemplare genuino e marginoso. Non comune ed interessante raccolta stutaria riguardante maniscalchi, fabbricanti di coltelli, chiavi, spade, stagnari e le loro relative università della città di Roma.

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        Tavola esatta dell'antico Latio e Nova Campagna di Roma. Situata sotto il quinto clima. Dedicata all'Ill. mo et Ecc. mo D. Sigismondo Chigi Gran Priore di Roma e Suo Da Innocenzo Mattei Rom. MC. Aut. E Descrit. Geogr in Roma nella Stamperia di Giac. De Rossi alla Pace.

      Giacomo De Rossi alla Pace, Roma, 1690 circa. Incisione in rame all'acquaforte, b/n, cm 39,5 x 52 (alla lastra) pi? margini. Stemam in alto a sinistra, semplice ma bel cartiglio in alto a destra, un grande compasso in basso a destra e sotto il motto "Stipite de nitido terras, mare, sidera librat"; sono segnalati a grandi lettere la Spiaggia romana con Capo D'Anzio e il Mare Tirreno. Bella carta, interessante e ben dettagliata. Esemplare in buono stato di conservazione.

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        Inquisitiones Medico-Physicae, de Causis Catameniorum, sive fluxus

      Charleton, Walter (1690-1707). Inquisitiones Medico-Physicae, de Causis Catameniorum, sive fluxus Menstrui; nec non Uteri Rheumatismo... Petrum Vander Aa, Batavia 1686. 1st London edition 1685. 12mo, (8) 204pp. Original vellum binding darkened black title on spine indistinct. Wing C3680; LC RG163; OCLC 14304557 cites 9 copies. An early treatise about menstruation by a member of the Royal College of Physicians.

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        Geologia: or, a Discourse Concerning the Earth before the Deluge

      London: R. Chriswell, 1690 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Geologia: or, a Discourse Concerning the Earth before the Deluge. Wherein the Form and Properties ascribed to it, in a Book intituled The Theory of the Earth, are Excepted against; And it is made appear, That the Dissolution of that Earth was not the Cause of the Universal Flood. Also a New Explication of that Flood is attempted. First edition. R.Chiswell, London, 1690, 4to, [15], 359, [1] pp., 4 text illus. Title sl. soiled and torn, relaid with small hole to blank area where previous owner's name erased, ownership inscription dated 1834 to second leaf. Bound with II.: WARREN, Erasmus. A Defence of the Discourse Concerning the Earth Before the Flood... John Southby, London, 1691, [2], 232, [2] pp. Bound with III.: WARREN, Erasmus. Some Reflections Upon the Short Consideration of the Defence of the Exceptions Against the Theory of the Earth, first edition, 1692, 53, [3] pp. Publishers ad. leaf at rear of each, some spotting and occn. dampstaining (heaviest towards rear of third work), title page and first two(?) unnumbered leaves missing to third work. Recent half calf gilt. - Wing W966a; BBA: I 1135, 324; Watt, Bibliotheca Britannica, 1824. - Very scarce. Warren "was a rector who was more than a little perturbed by Burnet's cavalier treatment of the Mosaic writings. In responding to Burnet, Warren insisted that Genesis be taken literally...Warren maintained that God created the earth with its present form, and he defended the beauty of mountains against Burnet's diatribes. Getting into the scientific spirit, Warren even tried to show that there were mechanical problems with Burnet's hypothesis and that the earth could not possibly dry and crack in the manner he advocated."-Linda Hall Library, Theories of the Earth 1644-1830 (1984), 8. The first book in English to use the word "geology"..

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        America Settentrionale Colle Nuove Scoperte fin all' anno 1688

      Venice: V. M. Coronelli, [1690, or later]. Copper-engraved map, on two joined sheets, in excellent condition. 24 x 35 inches. A superlative impression of Coronelli's important and innovative map, and a foundation map for any serious collection of the cartography of North America. Vincenzo Maria Coronelli, a Venetian scholar and Minorite Friar, became one of the most celebrated map and globe makers of his era. Throughout his industrious life he produced more than one-hundred terrestrial and celestial globes, several hundred maps, and a wealth of cartographic publications. In 1683, he completed the Marly Globes for Louis XIV, the largest and most magnificent globes ever made. In 1684 he founded the Academia Cosmografica degli Argonauti, the first geographical society, and was appointed Cosmographer of the Republic of Venice. He published two atlases, the Atlante Veneto (Venice, 1691) and the Isolario (1696-98), and compiled the first encyclopedia to be arranged alphabetically. This magnificent map of North America, published in the Atlante Veneto, is widely considered to be one of Coronelli's finest maps, and is cartographically similar to the scene depicted on his famous globe of 1688. Printed initially on two separate sheets, the present example has been carefully joined to form a wonderful unified image. The map is beautifully preserved in its uncoloured state, as originally intended. Artistically, it is a masterpiece of late Baroque engraving. Its title cartouche, featuring scenes of gods blessing this era of European expansion evinces the sumptuous style of Coronelli's Venice. Finely engraved scenes of native Americans and real or imagined beasts adorn the land and seas. Apart from displaying a fine aesthetic sense, Coronelli has rendered the continent with far greater geographical detail than his contemporaries, having benefited enormously from his favour at the French court and his publishing partnership with Paris cartographer Jean-Baptiste Nolin. The Great Lakes are drawn with unrivalled accuracy, drawing on information gleaned in 1673 by the Quebecois explorer Louis Jolliet, and his traveling companion, the French-born Jesuit Jacques Marquette. The Mississippi basin is rendered with great detail, reflecting French discoveries, most notably those by René-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle on his first expedition of 1679-82. This map depicts La Salle's dramatic misplacement of the mouth of the Mississippi 600 miles to the west of its true location. Importantly, it is on the western portion of the map where Coronelli has added the most significant amount of new information, drawn mostly from a highly important manuscript map by Diego Dionisio de Peñalosa Briceño y Berdugo, which included numerous previously unrecorded place names and divided the Rio Grande into the Rio Norte and the Rio Bravo in the south. The manuscript map was probably originally prepared by Peñalosa between 1671 and 1687 as part of his attempts to interest the French King Louis XIV in his plans to mount a military expedition against New Spain. The most prominent geographical detail of the map is California's appearance as a massive island, this map being one of the best renderings of this beloved misconception. The precise geographical details are enlivened by the presence of numerous captions noting discoveries or details of the terrain. "Although continuing serious errors such as depicting California as an island and his incorrect drawing of the Mississippi River, Coronelli's career marked a step forward through the slow but steady recording of the explorations that brought Texas into the limelight of European politics" (Martin & Martin). Burden, The Mapping of North America II, 643; Burden, Mapping the West, pp.43-47; Cumming,The Exploration of North America, p.148; Leighly, California as an Island, 88; Martin & Martin, Maps of Texas and the Southwest , p.87, plate 12; McLaughlin, California as an Island, 103; Portinaro & Knirsch, The Cartography of North America, pl.CII; Phillips, A List of Maps of America, p. 795; Shirley, The Mapping of the World, 548; Tooley, The Mapping of America p.125; Cf. Tooley, Maps & Map-Makers (1979 ed.), p. 21; Wheat, Mapping the Transmississippi West I, 70

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      Amsterdam: Antoina Michils, 1690. The very rare first edition; pp. [3-14), 15-360, [9]. Title page printed in red and black, preface, Esope in Belle Humeur (printed in red and black), La Vie D'Esope (The life of Aesop); Censure de L'Ordinaire. Numerous woodcut vignette illustrations in the text, plus head and tail pieces, the first vignette to the La Vie D'Esope page shows Aesop dancing between apes playing stringed instruments and in the background his murder is depicted. There is no frontispiece plate in this copy, but otherwise is complete. Later (Victorian) full mottled sheep binding with burgundy title label to the spine; binding very good with a little gentle wear and rubbing. Contents clean and tight; a little edge-wear to the title page, which has a small old paper repair to the base, a few pages with short edge-tears. A very good copy of the scarce first edition.. First Edition. Full Leather. Very Good. 12mo.

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        Augusti Corona Augustissima Augustae Coronata. Das ist: Die Krone aller Prinzessinnen auf Erden, nemlich, des Leopoldi Magni et Pii Kayserliche Gemahlin, Die Allerdurchleuchtigste, Großmächtigste Fürstin und Frau, Frau Eleonora Magdalena Theresie, Gebohrne Ofaltz-Gräfin bey Rhein, etc. So als Römische Kayserin Mit allen hierzu erfordernden Solennitäten und größten Herrlichkeiten in des Heil. Reichs Stadt Augsburg Den 9. (19.) Jenner des 1690sten Jahrs gesalbet

      Augsburg, Kroniger u. Göbel (1690).. 2 Tle. in 1 Bd. 4°. Frontisp., 28 S. HPgmt. d. Zt. Textteil gebräunt. Lipperheide Sba 15 u. 16 - Beigeb.: Ders. Austria S. R. Imperii conjux. Das ist: Des Heil. Röm. Reichs Mit dem höchst-gepriesenen Herzoglichen Ertz-Hause Oesterreich Beständige Ehe, ... Herr Josephus, zu Hungarn, Croatien... Von den Heil. Röm. Reichs Chur-Fürsten en 14. (24.) Januarii Zum Römischen König Einhellig erwöhlet, und, nach vollzogenem Ehe-Pactis, Durch Solenne Aufsetzung Der Römischen Reichs-Krone... Ebda. Frontisp., 86 S., 1 Bl. 8 (v. 10) Portraitkupfer gest. v. Leonh. Heckenauer. (Portr. d. Kaiserin Eleonora Magdalena Theresia und d. Portr. v. Philipp Wilhelm in Kopien auf altem Papier, eingebunden).

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        BIBLIA, dat is De gantsche H. Schrifture, vervattende alle de Canonijcke Boeken des Ouden en des Nieuwen Testaments. Door last der Hoogh Mog: Heeren Staten Generaal...volgens het Besluyt vande Synode Nationael...Uyt de oorspronckelijke talen in onse Nederlandtsche tale getrouwelick over-geset

      Dordrecht / Amsterdam., Hendrick en Jacob Keur / Marcus Doornick., 1690. 39 x 26 cms, Gegraveerd titelblad, (1) blad ; De Staten Generael, (21) bladen: Register, (1) blad: Vermaninghe, 332, (2) bladen: De Prophetien, Kort Bericht, 144, (2) bladen: Titelblad het Nieuwe Testament, Inhoudt, (12) bladen: Nieuw Register, 169 bladen. (1) titelblad: De Boecken genaemt Apocryphe, (1) blad: waerschouwinghe, 58 bladen, (finis) te Dordrecht. 6 Gegraveerde dubbelblage kaarten. Band uit de tijd: Houteren platten, overtrokken met gestempeld leer. 8 koperen verstevigingen aan de hoeken, 2 koperen sloten. Uiteinden van de rug verstevigd met genagelde lederen stroken. In fijne staat. KEYWORDS: Biblia

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      [Np. ca. 1690].. 127pp. numbered in contemporary manuscript, plus two pen-and-ink drawings, one of Carthagena and the other a map, "Plan de Ste. Marthe." Folio. Gathered signatures. Internally bright and clean. Near fine. In a half morocco and cloth box. A remarkable and extensive memoir composed by the career French naval officer, M. La Vallier des Roches, spanning nearly three decades of service in the Near East, Africa, and the Americas. From the papers of Michel Bégon (1638-1710). Bégon was a French civil servant and colonial administrator who served for a while in Canada, and then in the Caribbean at Martinique. In the 1680s he became intendent at Santo Domingo, and was later sent to Martinique for official duties. Later he was the intendent of the port of La Rochelle and gathered a great deal of intelligence for the French Crown. Des Roches' narrative is divided into seven main sections: the march of six thousand French soldiers to Hungary before the battle of St. Gothard; the seizure of the Dutch slave colony of Gorée off the African coast in 1678; an account of the taking of Tobago later in 1678; the disaster suffered by the French fleet under d'Estrées on its way to attack Curacao in August of 1678; a 1682 naval reconnaissance voyage along the coast of Central America; a French demonstration of force off the coast of Copenhagen in 1683; and Tourville's defeat of the English and Dutch fleets off Beachy Head in 1690. Des Roches' narrative is rich in specific detail, sometimes at the expense of style. Excerpts from each section follow below (in English translation): 1) From the march to Hungary: "During the different [?] between the Pope and the King, the Kingdom of Hungary which for several years has rested from the fatigues of a furious war which overwhelmed it, began anew to feel itself torn asunder by the Ottoman armies, and to be reduced to having these vast and fertile lands serve only as theater for playing bloody tragedies. This numerous army, at the head of which the grand Seigneur had placed his first Vizir, would without a doubt have subdued the rest of this Kingdom if the Emperor hadn't asked for help from his allies, that is, the Electors and other Christian Princes. The King, who has no greater passion than helping his brothers, and all those who have need of his forces, particularly when it lies in the interests of the Religion, at the first demand from the Emperor provided 6000 men from the best troops of his Kingdom: 4000 infantry and 2000 horse, which troops were paid by his majesty. The companies of light horse already in Italy were ordered to leave and to pass into Hungary to go to the aid of this pitiful realm." 2) From the taking of Gorée: "L'Isle de Gorée est terre d'affrique...; arrived Sunday last of Oct.; squadron carried Dutch colors; fired upon; moored; same evening armed sloops detached; saluted by enemy but continued approaching land; enemy abandoned lower fort; retired to upper; next day Mon. 1 Nov. vice admiral requested surrender; gov. replied saying he had a good fort; Sr. de Combe, Ingenieur, was envoy; attacked planned; participants listed; cannonade followed by surrender; garrison of 120 men taken prison; Tues. forts razed; armaments listed incl. 40 black slaves." 3) From the taking of Tobago: "...arrived 6 Dec.; d'Estrées sent troops ashore; Blenag & Grancey share command by land & sea; camp; placing cannon, cutting road through woods; took some prisoners; several French came to help; request for surrender includes threats against Gorée prisoners if French in fort are harmed; 'renegade' French for Prince of Orange; preparations continue; Sunday midday 14 cannon volleys; a bomb in their powder magazine; vice admiral immediately to fort to accept surrender; such good care given to wounded that others surrender easily; 650 prisoners as well as fort; Precieux, 56, retaken with three others; one a 52; a frigate of 8 and 200 ton flustre, 10; fort no less well armed; sang Te Deum; blew up fort." 4) From the journey to Curacao: "...I note that we got lost on the way to the third...called Corosol [Curacao]...we left St. Christophe 6th May; squadron joined by several smaller craft from St. Dominique, by order of the king, carrying 13 or 14 hundred men, inhabitants, buccaneers, filibusters; northeasterly wind favorable...four days to the south & southwest seeking favorable winds favorable to reconnoitre Orchilla & seek Corosol in the same longitude; the plan being prudently enough formed seemed to have only the happiest consequences; nevertheless things were otherwise: currents of which we knew not the force drove us westward upon a Rock unknown to us & unmarked in the had been nice but as soon as we touched the wind increased greatly, driving the sea before it, both of which contributed to the loss of several boats." 5) From the reconnaissance of the Central American Coast: "Took on stores & water, left Martinique 15 July intending to go by way of Grenada but had an easterly wind so steered westward with a following wind; 24th made St. Martha [represented by one of the maps], called 'Tierra Nivadas' which in our language means mountains of snow...Inhabitants at its feet & along part of its coast by a small people who could be called pygmies; they live apart from other peoples; they flee & hide; in time of great heat they live higher up the mountain; they eat ouycou, magnoc; religion unknown...2d August left Portobello; reconnoitred the Isles des catives which number 50, uninhabited, & Roatan, inhabited only by corsairs, went to reconnoitre the Isle despins, Cap St. Nicolas, Cap St. Antoine, west of Cuba. 3 Sept. passed Cayenne; 6th, Havana, rendezvous of the galleons as well as for all the West Indies...." 6) From the naval demonstration off Copenhagen: "10th, north wind, prepared for departure; wind southerly, stayed where they were. 11th, news by a letter intercepted that the Swedish army would emerge; 14th detained Swedish frigate flying so large a flag it looks as though it were made expressly to be recognized, asked questions about Swedish dispositions; following this ingenuous confession the frigates saluted the admiral who did not return it and the frigates who did...ordered back to France, giving joy to all but one who prefers the pay of extended tours to returning to his family." 7) From Tourville's defeat of the English and Dutch off Beachy Head: "4th found the English fleet to the NE but they have the wind; French moored 5th, wind SW the French prepared to attack; wind veers SE the English try to flee at which they succeed knowing better the coastal waters, wind NE, both fleets moored 4 leagues apart for the night; the 6th, NE breezes, form line of battle, a new way of signaling...Combat: the 10th, blue squadron rejoins as avant garde; enemy approaches...the Dutch (25 ships of which the smallest carried 50 cannon); French line of battle extended SE-NW; violent battle...solid bravery of M. de St. Cler second the Precieux & the offices, I made every effort to imitate their example until I was wounded toward the end; the Dutch were so busy firing at us that they let 6 of our ships gain the wind, which all did their duty well; the enemy could do no more & fled...." A unique record of a French soldier, with major New World interest.

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        Histoires des perruques

      A Paris: Aux dépens de l'auteur, 1690. relié. In 8 (9,5x17cm). Edition originale. Pleine Basane brune d'époque. Dos à nerfs très orné. Mors supérieur infimement fendu et ouvert en queue. Assez bon exemplaire. Il s'agit du tout premier écrit d'envergure sur le sujet. Cette histoire des perruques et des coiffes, mais aussi du port de la barbe et de la teinte des cheveux (de l'Antiquité au XVIIe) fut écrite en outre de manière à prouver aux écclésiatiques qu'ils devaient abandonner le port de la perruque qui s'était incroyablement répandu au XVIIe siècle.'...les ouvrages de ce théologien sont remplis d'érudition et abondant en détails sont devenus rare' (Brunet V, 819-820). Ouvrage fort intéressant, plein de renseignements précieux sur le sujet. - Aux dépens de l'auteur, A Paris _1690, In 8 (9,5x17cm), (24) 544pp. (1), relié. - relié

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        Les vrayes centuries et propheties de Maistre Michel Nostradamus

      A Lyon: Chez Antoine Besson, 1690. relié. In 12 (8,5x15cm). Nouvelle édition ; la première édition des Centuries, bien qu'incomplète, date de 1555, à Lyon. Edition illustrée de 5 portraits (Nostradamus, henri II, Henri IV...) et d'un gravure représentant la décapitation de Charles Ier d'Angleterre. Un feuillet d'avis au relieur en fin d'ouvrage. Pleine Basane brune d'époque. Dos à nerfs orné. Tête arasée, en plus d'un manque en coiffe. Coiffe de queue manquante. Mors ouverts en queue. 3 coins émoussés. Rousseurs. Mauvais papier d'édition. Cette édition contient : la vie de Nostradamus, la préface adressée à son fils César, l"épître à Henri II, Les centuries et la centurie X complète, les prédictions admirables ... présentées à Henri IV par Vincent de Sève en 1605, les autres prédictions de Nostradamus, commençant en l"an 1600, la dédicace du Chev. de Jant et les remarques curieuses sur les centuries. Ex-libris XXe Pierre Roller. - Chez Antoine Besson, A Lyon _S.d. [Ca 1690], In 12 (8,5x15cm), (32) 218pp. (2), relié. - relié

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        Instruction Pour Les Jardins Fruitiers et Potagers, Avec un Traité des Orangers, Suivy de Quelques Réflexions sur l'Agriculture (2 Volumes)

      Paris: Claude Barbin, 1690. First Edition. Full leather. An amazing record of La Quintinye';s lesson learned as the director of the royal fruit and vegetable gardens under Louis XIV. A high spot in books on garden history. Instructions for Fruit and Vegetable Gardens. 4to. Volume I: 1, 6, 16, 522, 2 pp. Volume II: 566, 2 pp. Volume I begins with a 6 page dedication to the King of France, Louis XIV; followed by 16 pages of poems, the first an ode to Pomona by Santolius Victorinus, a frontispiece engraving of La Quntinye followed by an ode to La Quntinye by Perrault. Volume I contains 3 plates: pp. 32/33 tri-fold plate of the Potager du Roy a Versailles (Kitchen Garden of the King at Versailles), older Japanese paper tape repair at verso width of plate where it was completely separated in half; pp. 305/305 tri-fold plate of 15 illustrations of pruning instructions; pp. 504/505 tri-fold plate of 15 illustrations of pruning instructions. Volume I divided into three parts, each section begins with an engraving at the top of the page introducing that section, illustrated first letter of lead paragraph, small illustration engravings inserted into text throughout. P. 276 has a 1-3/4" tear at upper right corner along gutter, lower right corner of p. 277 has a 2"x3" piece missing. Volume II divided into three parts, IV-VI, each section begins with an engraving at the top of the page introducing that section, illustrated first letter of lead paragraph, small illustration engravings inserted into text throughout. Also includes two additional sections, Traité de la Culture des Orangers and Reflexions sur Quelques Parties de l';Agricutlure, each section beginning with an engraving and capital engraving. Volume II contains 11 plates: p. 24/25, single page with 9 examples of pruning; p. 26/27, single page with 9 examples of pruning; p. 36/37, single page illustration of a pruning knife; p. 38/39, single page illustration of a pruning saw; p. 42/43, single page with 9 examples of pruning; p. 52/53, single page with 12 examples of pruning; p. 66/67, single page with 11 examples of pruning; p. 76/77, single page with 12 examples of pruning; p. 158/159, single page with 2 examples of pruning; p. 160/161, single page with 9 examples of pruning; p. 246/247, single page illustration of a pruning knife.& & Full leather with five raised bands at spine, elaborately decorated panels between bands, gilded decoration with gold embossed patch titling in second panel from top, volume number on third panel from top. Contemporary bindings with considerable chipping and wear at edges, scuffing, splitting at head and foot, but all cords on which the signatures are sewn are intact and tight to the boards and spine. Small losses at head and base of spine from leather chipping. An early 1" wide inventory sticker affixed to upper right corner of rear board next to hinge of Volume I. Very light age toning to pages, light swelling to each volume at foredge due to the high quality of this paper and its interaction with the environment for over 300 years. Very Good.

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        Nova Orbis Tabula, in Lucem Edita, A. F. De Wit. Amstelodami cum Privilegio Potentiss D. Dominorum Ordinum Hollandia et Westrische

      De Wit Amsterdam:: De Wit,. c. 1690.. A most attractive double hemisphere map of the world, with smaller polar insets. Handsomely decorated with allegorical vignettes of the four seasons in the border. The first edition of the map is recorded as Shirley 451- he records the 2nd state adding a border & some cherubs to the plate as well as Nova Guinea and Quiri Regio on the left hand hemisphere. This edition, (Shirley 499) is further altered in that California as an island has a pointed tip (instead of a flat top), and by the insertion ot some of the Great Lakes instead of the single open-ended inland sea shown previously. De Wit was granted privilege in 1688, and included a line to that effect under the title. Australia is illustrated post-Tasman, showing the tip of Tasmania & Cape York Peninsula, the full West coast of Australia. The bottom of Cape Horn is the only geographical feature on the Antarctic polar projection. Copper engraving with old color refreshed. Size: 48 x 57 cm. (19 x 22½ in.) [HxW].Bottom center fold strengthened, with small margin tear strengthened. Overall in very good condition. A most attractive world map. References: Shirley, R.W. (World) 499. See 451 for first edition plate 333.

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        Iutiæ. Tabula in qua sunt Dioeceses Alburgensis, Wiburgensis, Ripensis et Arhusiensis quæ et Sunt Divisæ in Omnia Dominia.

      Håndkoloreret kort over Jylland. Handcoloured engr. map of Jutland. Amsterdam ca. 1690. 58 x 48 cm. With large allegorical cartouche

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        Veteres Arcus Augustorum Triumphis Insignes Ex Reliquiis quae Romae adhuc Supersunt cum Imaginibus Triumphalibus restituti antquis nummis notisquae Io: Petri Bellorii illustrati Nunc primùm per Io: Iacobum de Rubeis Aeneis typis vulgati.

      Romae, 1690. Ad Templum Sanctae Mariae de Pace, Cum Priuilegio Sum. Pontificis. Folio. With a dedication portrait frontispiece by Lucatellus depicting cardinal Pietro Ottoboni in an oval frame surrounded by a lovely baroque setting. Also with 48 engravings on 46 sheets, most of which are doublepaged. The plates and the text pages are paginated continuously from 1 to 52. Bound in a contemporary full leather binding of speckled calf with raised bands on the spine as well as with gilt decoration. Small parts of the spine as well as the edges are professionally restored. No title on the spine. This apart, it is a nice and presentable binding. Owner's stamp on the flyleaf and the inside of the back cover. The title page and the text pages are with minor foxing. The engravings are almost all nice and clean. A few with minor browning. Two of the engravings with marginal wormholes.. Brunet I, 758. Complete according to Brunet which states 52 sheets. Also according to Brunet, the binding was done prior to the insertion of the sheets, explaining the fact that this binding leaves space for insertion of further sheets.** Brunet also recommends this work for the many beautiful engravings.*** Magnificent work by the engraver Pietro Santo Bartoli (1635-1700) depicting antique Roman triumphal archs. At first a painter, Bartoli later devoted his entire energy to engraving ancient Roman monuments and paintings. He worked closely with the art historian Gian Pietro Bellori (1613-1696), who produced his famous 'The Lives of the Artists', a biography of 17th century artists. Incidentally, they both worked as antiquarians for Queen Christina of Sweden in her exile in Rome

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        Le Globe Terrestre Representé En Deux Plans-Hemispheres Et En Diverses Autres Figures

      Paris: Jean-Baptiste Nolin, [after 1690]. Copper-engraved map, with original outline colour. 18 7/8 x 24 5/8 inches. A very beautiful and finely engraved world map, principally devised by one of the period's greatest cartographers This very fine map is the result of the synergy of the talents of Coronelli and his French colleague Tralage, popularly known as the Sieur de Tillemont. It principally depicts the world in a bi- hemispheric projection, and largely follows the geography represented on Coronelli's celebrated globe of 1688. California is shown to be an island, and in the enigmatic void that lies to the northwest is the 'Strait of Anian' that supposedly forms the western terminus of a presumed Northwest Passage. Beyond the strait, just to the northeast of Japan is the mysterious "Terre de Jessu," that supposedly represents Hokkaido. Much further south, the loosely-defined area that is now known as New Guinea is labelled as the "Terre de Quir," noting on the map that it was discovered in 1606 by the Spanish explorer Ferdinand de Quir. The only major addition here to Coronelli's established geography is the appearance of the Solomon Islands.Surrounding these principal hemispheres are eight diverse hemispheric projections of the world, evincing a playful fascination with mathematics and perspective that anticipated the Enlightenment of the next century. Adorning the two upper corners of the map are a pair of hemispheres capturing the world from an oblique perspective, one centered on Paris, and the other from its diametrically opposite position in the antipodes. Also, in the upper portion of the map, is a pair of hemispheres capturing the world in an ovoid projection, and resting in the spaces in between the two main hemispheres are a pair of projections depicting the world from a perspective centered at the poles. In the lower left corner, the entire world is captured on a projection centered at the North Pole. Most strikingly, in the lower right corner the world is captured in a cordiform, or heart-shaped projection, which since it was first devised during the Renaissance was considered an iconological symbol of various humanist values.Vincenzo Maria Coronelli, a Venetian scholar and Minorite Friar, became one of the most celebrated map and globe makers of his era. Throughout his industrious life he produced more than one-hundred terrestrial and celestial globes, several hundred maps, and a wealth of cartographic publications. In 1683, he completed the Marly Globes for Louis XIV, the largest and most magnificent globes ever made. In 1684 he founded the Academia Cosmografica degli Argonauti, the first geographical society, and was appointed Cosmographer of the Republic of Venice. The present map is the result of the lucrative partnership Coronelli formed in the late 1680s with the prominent Paris cartographer Jean-Baptiste Nolin, who printed editions of Coronelli's maps that flourished on the French market. Coronelli published two atlases, the Atlante Veneto (Venice, 1691) and the Isolario (1696-98), and compiled the first encyclopedia to be arranged alphabetically.This map was first printed in 1690, and the present map is in the second state, as indicated by its dedication which honors Louis Philippeaux de Ponchartrain, the French minister of Finance. Shirley, The Mapping of the World, 546

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        Neue Garten-Lust: das ist Gr¸ndliche Vorstellung wie ein Lust-K¸chen und Baum Garten unter unserem Teutschen Climate f¸glich anzurichten

      Leipzig: Moriss Georg Weidmann 1690 [Leipzig]: Moriss Georg Weidmann, 1690. First edition. Small 4to. Title page printed in red and black. With 10 engraved (2 folding) plates. Collation: )(4 A-3I4. Pp. [1-8] (title, preface, signed "Theodorus Phytologus"), 1-416 (text), [i-xxiv] (three registers, i.e., table of contents and two indexes). Contemporary vellum. Owner signature of "D:E: v Stiedtencron" on the title-page lower right, "H v. Stiedencron" on front flyleaf. Small piece of bottom corner of front flyleaf torn away, a couple of minor paper flaws in margins, a very good, fresh copy of an uncommon book. OCLC records 3 existing copies: HAB Wolfenb¸ttel, Dumbarton Oaks, N.Y. Botanical Garden. The copy in the Herzogin Anna Amalia Bibliothek Weimar is reported destroyed in the 2004 fire . First edition of the most important late seventeenth century German work on gardening, by Heinrich Hesse, overseer of the Electoral Gardens in Mainz, who specifically adapted French notions of garden design to German conditions, and whose work remained influential through the mid-eighteenth century (further editions in 1696, 1706, 1714, and 1740). Rare

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        Hochnutzbar und bewährte edle Bierbrau-Kunst, lehrend die rechte Art und Weise gut, wohlschmeckend, gesund und kräfftig Bier zu brauen, und dasselbige bey gutem Stande im Brauhause und Keller zuerhalten . nebst einem Anhang von Wein und Essig, jetzo zum andern mal zum Druck befördert.

      Mit gest. Titel. 7 Bll., 263 (recte 259) S., 13 Bll. Prgt. d. Zt. VD17 3:602283Q; Schoellhorn 230; Ferchl 269; Ferguson I, 457 Anm. - Zweite Ausgabe; die erste war 1687 erschienen, jedoch ohne den Anhang über Wein und Bier. Seltenes und frühes Werk über alle Zweige der Braukunst. Behandelt auch die verschiedenen Biersorten, z. B. Wacholderbier, Farnkrautbier, Kirschbier, Rosmarinbier, Berliner Bier. Mit Anhang (ab S.160) über die Zubereitung, Erhaltung und Verbesserung von Wein und Essig.- Der Kupfertitel zeigt die verschiedenen Stationen des Bierbrauens. - Einband etwas beschabt und fleckig. Tls. etwas fleckig.

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        Fleissiges Herren-Auge / Oder Wohl-Ab- und Angefuehrter Haus-Halter / Das ist: Gruendlich- und kurtz zusammen gefasster Unterricht / Von Bestell- und Fuehrung eines nuetz- und eintraeglichen Land-Lebens und Wirthschafft / Worinnen Gar außfuehrlich / und auß vielfaeltig- gruendlicher Erfahrung / Anweisung geschihet / wie nicht allein der Feld- und Acker-Bau / Teiche und Fischereyen / Brauerey / Brandtwein-Brennen / Kuechen- und Obst-Gaerten / Weinberge / ... ordentlich und nuetzlich anzulegen und zu fuehren / sondern auch / wie die vorfallende mancherley Fehler / Hindernuessen / Abgang und Schaeden zu verhueten / oder zu verbessern. Anfaenglich in Lateinischer Sprache beschrieben (...) Anjetzo aber ins Teutsche übersetzet von Agatho-Carione (d.i. Tobias Nislen).

      2 Tle. in 1 Band. Mit 2 gest. Kupfertiteln und 12 Monatskupfer. 7 Bll., 296 S.; 3 Bll. 312 S. Prgt. d. Zt. 20 x 16 cm. VD17 12:118981F; De Backer/S. III, 752; Souhart 186; Westwood/S. 92; Schoene3, 3695; Weiss 1048. - Erste deutsche Ausgabe des beliebten, erstmals 1679 als "Oeconomia suburbana" erschienenen Werkes des Prager Jesuiten Fischer (1611-1680). Mit 2 schönen allegorischen Titelkupfern und 12 reizenden Monatskupfern. - Spätere Ausgaben erschienen in 3 Teilen, die hier vorliegende Erstausgabe ist in 2 Teilen komplett. - Ecken bestoßen, Rücken oben und unten mit Fehlstellen im Bezug. Kupfertitel des ersten Bandes gelockert, dort der typographische Titel mit seitlichen Randläsuren. Am unteren Bug mit durchgehendem kleinen grünen Fleck. Unterschiedlich gebräunt.

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